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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LuME 27Number 52
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953
}nai B'rith
\ates Views
McCarthy
JTA
LSHINGTON The question
hether the Anti-Defamation
je of B'nai B'rith views Sen-
Joseph R. McCarthy as an in-
ce harmful to American
has now been answered.
E. Schultz, ADL national
nan, has provided the answer
current issue of The ADL
Lin.
hiltz expressed the opinion
to some degree. Congressional
kigating committees have
(effective in fighting Commu-
"But," he added, "when
committees disregard the
|inr; and potentialities of our
democratic institutions, we
ily wonder; as they now oper-
jrr they of more harm than
He reported that "through-
He country, there are count-
oups which make much noise
fighting Communism
lit any definition of their
(These constitute the extreme
(of the 'againsts,' the inciters
ljudice and even violence."
name McCarthy has not
[mentioned here at all," said
The man has become the
kl of these tendencies, and
enily I am asked, 'Is McCar-
i anti-Semite?' Certainly he is
anti-Semite in the sense
Kerald L. K. Smith is. Senator
thy has often expressed his
feelings toward 'people of the
faith.' He has made con
lus use of his staff members
Ire Jewish.
It I believe the security of
)inority groups is largely de-
nt on the strength of our
tratic institutions. It is de-
nt on good education for all
that we have emotionally and
ally healthy citizens. It is de-
pt on the extension of civil
and liberties. I believe that
br McCarthy's methods have
Id many of out democratic
Itions."
have listened," said Schultz,
fenator McCarthy discuss the
he is against. I have person-
Bki'd him what he believes in,
[positive ideals he has for
lea. I have suggested that he
Ithem. I would really like to
[what they are."
cribing advances against anti-
|i>m in the United States as
in their infancy," Schultz
['they can easily succumb un-
Bey are properly fed and cher-
Arrayed against them, he
(were a number of factors.
t>f these factors he said was
Continued on Pag* 16
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UN Gives Bennike Power to Settle River
Dispute; Arab Stalling Blocks Council Vote
"tor Itupk I. McCarthy
>yatbl ttnatftcics
A lane woman sits unconcerned, waiting for a bus at NW 36th
Street, east of Le Jeune Road. On a utility pole in the fore-
ground is an anti-Semitic sign which reads: Stop Jewish Immi-
gration.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Bit-,
ter delaying tactics by the Arab
States stalled action by the United '
Nations Security Council this week !
on the three-power resolution sub-
mitted to the Council to settle the
Syrian complaint against Israel
over the Bnot Yaakov hydroelec-
tric project on the Jordan River.
Efforts by Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr., head of the United States dele-
gation, to secure a vote on the
resolution to permit adjournment
of the council before holiday
week failed when the Lebanese in-
sisted they had not had time to
receive instructions from their
government and were not in a posi-
tion to vote.
The resolution, introduced by the
United States and co-sponsored by
Britain and France, placed full au-
thority for settlement of the Jor-
dan River power project dispute in
the hands of Major Gen. Vagn Ben-
nike, United Nations Chief of Staff
in Palestine, and instructed him
to report back within 90 days on
the measures taken to solve the dis-
pute.
The resolution gave no instruc
Anti-Defamation League Office Makes Discovery:
Hate Posters Appear in Miami
Area; Kelly Launches Hunt
The posting of an anti-Semitic
sign in Dade County reading, Stop
Jewish Immigration, has been dis-
closed by Gilbert J. Balkin, direc-
tor of the Florida Regional office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The anti-Semitic placard was
found posted on a utility pole on
Northwest 36th Street, east of Le
Jeune Road, Balkin revealed.
The existence of such overt anti-
Semitism in Dade County has been
reported to Dade County Sheriff
Thomas Kelly for investigation and
apprehension of the culprits re-
sponsible for posting the signs.
Similar placards on the Tamiami
Trail between Miami and Fort My-
ers and in the City of St. Peters-
burg have also been reported to
the Florida ADL office. A similarly
printed anti-Semitic placard found
on the Tamiami Trail bore the un-
American hate language, Is Com-
munist Jewish?, the ADL said.
"It is shocking to note such a
vulgar display of bigotry in our
community and state," Balkin said.
"The attention of law enforcement
authorities is called to Section
836.11 of the Florida Statutes,
commonly known as the Florida
Anti-Anonymous Hate Literature,"
he added.
This provision of the Florida
statutes makes it a criminal offense I
for any person, firm or corporation j
to print, publish or distribute any
publication or other printed mate-
rial which tends to expose any re-j
ligious group to hatred, contempt
or ridicule unless the true name,
and address of the party respon-'
sible for such printing, publishing
or distribution is shown- on the
printed material.
"We are hopeful that there will
be early apprehension and prose-
cution to the full extent of the
law of those responsible, for the
printing, distributing and posting
of these anti-Semitic placards," the
Florida ADL office said.
Balkin has also revealed that a
number of reports have been re-
ceived in the Florida ADL office of
the distribution and circulation of ;
the anti-Semitic hate sheet, Com-,
mon Sense, in Dade County, St. [
Petersburg, West Palm Beach.;
and other areas of Florida. The
Florida ADL office asked that citi-
zens of the State be alert to the
spread of this hate publication,
which is published in Union, New
Jersey, here and throughout Flor-
ida, and that any evidences of local
distribution of this publication be
brought to the attention of the
ADL office, 330 Seybold Building,
Miami.
The distribution of Common
Sense has also been reported to |
the responsible public officials,
Balkin said.
tions or made no recommendations
to Gen. Bennike on resumption of
work on the Jordan project by Is-
rael beyond the general provision
that he "explore possibilities of re-
conciling the interests involved in
this dispute including rights in the
demilitarized zone and full satis-
faction of existing irrigation rights
at all seasons, and to take such
steps as he may deem appropriate
to effect a reconciliation, having in
view the development of the nat-
ural resources affected in a just
and orderly manner for the general
welfare."
Authority Emphasized
The resolution instructed the
chief of staff "to maintain the ds-
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Soviet Union allied itself Wednes-
day in the Security Council with
Nationalist China, Pakistan and
Lebanon in an effort to torpedo
an amended draft resolution intro-
duced by the United States, Britain
and France, seeking settlement of
the Israeli-Syrian dispute over the
Israeli hydroelectric development
at Bnot Yaakov in the demilitarized
zone.
Soviet delegate Andrei Y. Vish-
insky, after violently criticizing the
three-power resolution as being
"irrelevant to the issue" and for
introducing broad new issues of
economic development, formally
called for indefinite postponement
of a vote on the resolution to give
time, he said, for negotiations be-
tween the two parties concerned,
and for further study of the impli-
cations of the economic develop-
ment indicated in the eleventh
paragraph of the draft resolution.
militarized character of the zone"
and called on both Israel and Syria
"to comply with all his decision-
and requests in the exercise of lys
authority under the armistice
agreement." It requested the UN
Secretary General to provide ex-
perts, particularly hydraulic engi-
neers, to give Gen. Bennike "the
necessary data for a complete ap-
preciation of the project in ques-
tion and of its effect on the de-
militarized zone."
Statements by the spokesmen
for the three sponsoring powers in
submitting the resolution assumed
almost as much importance as the
resolution itself.
Jews Present Protest to
Raab on Claims Deadlock
VIENNA (JTA) A five page
letter outlinging the stand of the
world Jewish organizations toward
the Austrian Government's break-
ing off negotiations for payment of
compensation for heirless property
of Jewish families annihilated by
the Nazis in Austria, was pre
sented to Chancellor Dr. Julius
Raab by Fred Feder, director of
the Joint Distribution Committee
in Austria.
The letter, which was signed by
Dr Nahum Goldmann. chairman of
the Joint Executive Board for Jew-
Mi 'laims on Austria, practically
accuses the Austrian Government
of breaking its promises and de-
mands that a settlement of Jewish
claims should precede the enact
ment of measures benefitting for-
mer Nazis. The letter declares that
the Austrian Government's an-
nouncement that it was impossible
to make a lump sum settlement of
heirless Jewish property claims
came as a "surprise" and caused
"consternation."
The Austrian interpretation that
settlement depends on a case-by-
case study to be made ,-ix months
after ratification of an Austrian
state treaty is not shared by other
governments. Dr. Goldmann's let-
ter states. It points 8ut that the
Allied Council in Austria, in-
formed of the progress of the Aus-
tro-Jewish talks, had posed no ob-
jections. Dr. Goldmann also notes
the treaty is not yet concluded.

1EWISI?
Shown is an anti-Semitic placard which was found posted on
the Tamiami Trail between Miami and Fort Myers, Florida.

vi



PAGE 2
Hodossah Plans Program
For Mothers. Daughters
An afternoon on musing, music
and munching is betns planned
for the mothers ami daughter
:he Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
-ah at the home of Mrs. Abra-
ham Cassel. chapter senior junior
advisor, on Monday. December
-h. 1 30 pm
Vr< lrwm Wemstein and Mrs
B J Maync will lead the informal
HHOMB Rabbi Abraham M
Ml and Joseph Pardo will part in-
pale in the program. Pardo will be
accompanied at the piano by Her-
man Frted
Hostesses for the afternoon will
V Mrs. Joseph Pardo and the
Misses Elaine Wolf son. Charlotte
Clyck and Sandra E1L
North Shore Sisterhood
Holds Choi Parties
North Shore Jewish Center Sis
terhaod holds its chai game* at the
Detaaonice Hotel on Tuesdays at 1
p.m. Fay Rosenthal is m ihargr
Stairway To The Stan luncheon
and fashion show sponmred by the
Sisterhood at the Sterhag Hotel on
January 13th. will be one of the
unlit aniting affairs of the season,
according to the
Warner. Gnssae Srhwarx. Lilhaa
Stem and Bert Ranger, in charge
: mraliMi
Youth will View
Inadequate Housing
On Station W10D
tnade^iate hou-inT and it effect
on youth will be discussed Satur-
day over station HOD during the
Youth Views program.
Moderator will be Al Freehlins
Guest panelists are John Turner.
chairman of the Florida Region
president of the South Flor-
ida Boy Scouts of America: Bobj
IVaH. member of Hi Y at Miami I
>n Hich School. Pepi Granet.
of B nai B nth Girls and Miami i
Beach Hich School. Veronica Dean. [
president of Y Teens at Dorsey J
High School: and Charles Lowry.
Hi Y member at Booker T Wash
ingtoa.
Aaasantiawl of the procram
here was made by the local chap-
ter oi the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Charming Reoppointed
To Zoning Board
Acting Governor Charley E.
Johns has reappointed Jules P.
Channinfi. consulting engineer, to
the Dade County Zoning Board of,
Adjustment Channing was origin
ally appointed to the Board by
former Governor Fuller Warren-
two years ago and is at present
serving as acting chairman
Channing is a past president of
the Miami Chapter of the Florida
Society of Professional Engineers
and has been active in state and
local engineering organisations for
many years. He is chairman of the
Engineering Division of the Dade
County Civil Defense Council and'
is a member of the Florida Plan
ning and Zoning Association.
Students fo Aft end
Model Friday frt Meal
Sunday morning. December 27th.
at 10 a.m.. students of the pre-kin
dergarten and first and second
grades of Beth David Religious
School will participate in a model
Friday evening supper.
The program, which includes the
lighting of candles and the tradi-
tional Kiddush. will be conducted
hy students of tat kb
class under the dir^'*'!
Ellis Bobbins 0lretU* .r-oodwnibeawwwi
chairman, Mrs. s jj'
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Beach Center Institute
Registration Announced
The
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Jonas is Guest Speaker Fred Jonas, president of the Mi ami Beach Israel Zionist District. will be psest iptnhir at the organ nation's hancheaa meeting as Wednesday. December 30th. 12: IS pja. in the Shclhome Hotel

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Judaea Group Planned
The North Share Chapter cf
Ywang hi dan ts now bemg
-ed accordang to an
neat the week hy Mb* Phytks
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13th. acrordlag to Rabbi bring
Lehraaaa. spiritual teader
Classes m Hebrew far be*..
ners. mtermediate and advanced
students will be given from 7 30 to
SIS pm The lecture coarses of
fered from &2Q to 9 0S pm will
deal with the Propheti and their
to mtfaatooe and
Jewish history
All rtawn are open to the conv
aad win be held la the Re-
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-ae and 17th Street
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Two films. Saanpson And Defimh
and David And Bathsheeha. will
he shown at the next mi nmg of
tXF\ at the Beth DavwJ
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)ECEMBEH 25. 1953
'JewlstifkirMi&n
lasser Honored for Service to
imen's Group; Workers Cited
Ily known civic leader
/tribute from members
later Miami community
on in her honor at the
Jack A. Ablin.
se event, attracting
i community personal-
honor to Mrs. Louis
_ her three years of out-
adership as chairman of
|ed Jewish Appeal Wo.n-
>n.
nent awards were also
_ more than 40 women
tved in top positions in
impaign.
' silver plaque.was pre-
(rs. Glasser by co-chair-
A. Ablin and Mrs.
>man.
Lcription, Carl Weinkle,
if Greater Miami Jewish
, extended his congrat-
Mrs. Glasser on behalf
ers and workers of Fed-
the entire Jewish com-
|cr Annual Ticket
^aya Approved
|lar annual ticket pro-
Imited visits to Vizcaya,
Jty's art museum, has
ved by the Dade County
I. D. MacVicar an-
turday that the non-
ticket may be bought
i and covers all visits
ee and gardens on the
Ihe late James Deering
Inths from the date of
Auxiliary Meets
[Miami Women's Auxil-
Jewish Home for the
hold its annual mem-
ffee on Tuesday, Decem-
::30 p.m., at the Algiers
Jonas, president of the
ich Israel Zionist Dis-
guest speaker.
munity, stating: "To Bess Glasser
in fond appreciation for your tire-
less devotion and dedicated leader-
ship to the Jewish community of
Greater Miami as chairman of the
Women's Division CJA for three
consecutive years 1951-53."
Accepting the award, Mrs. Glas-
ser paid tribute to the hundreds
of workers who had served side by
side with her in the past three
campaigns. With their cooperation,
she stated, the 1953 Women's Unit
achieved a record quota. Last year,
the Division raised $148,000, equiv-
alent to 12 percent of the amount
raised in the entire campaign.
Co-chairman Mrs. Lehrman out-
lined tentative plans for the Wom-
en's Division in this year's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. These events
include an initial Patrons' Tea on
January 25th, a second Patrons'
Tea on Februaryljt in Coral Ga-
bles and a third Tea late in Feb-
ruary in Miami Beach. A dessert
luncheon is scheduled for March
15th, and many workshop confer-
ences are being planned for indoc-
trination of division leaders.
Guest speaker of the afternoon
was Col. Jacob M. Arvey, who de-
scribed his recent visit to Israel.
He emphasized that border inci-
dents and tension continue to pre-
vail and that Israel is deeply con-
cerned with plans for a lasting
peace.
Outstanding speakers and per-
sonalities prominent in world af-
fairs are slated to appear at the
traditional social functions of the
Women's Division, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Ablin and Mrs.
Lehrman. They expressed confi-
dence that the Division would go
PAGE 3
Kupper, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Anna Brenner Meyers, Clem Myer-
son, Sam Nudelman, Matilda Rat-
ner, Joseph Rose, Sam H. Rose and
Jacob Sher.
For three years of outstanding achievement as chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, Mrs. Louis
Glasser (center) receives a sterling silver plaque bearing the
inscription of Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The tribute luncheon was held at the home
of Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (right) who, together with Mrs. Irving
Lehrman (left) will serve as the 1954 Women's Division
co-chairmen.
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SHANA SPECTM
over the top securing maximum
pledges in tue current campaign
and invited all women in Dade
County to join the ranks of volun-
teer workers to accomplish this
end.
CJA leaders who received silver
achievement medallions include
the Mesdames Louis Altschul, Jack
A. Ablin, Samuel Friendland, Leo
Gerngross, George Goldberg, Louis
E. Goldman, Saul Herman, Jean C.
Lehman, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel
Lipton, Harry Magid, Frances C.
Miller, Stanley C. Myers, David
Phillips, Harry Platoff, Henry
Seitlin, Fannie Selig, John N. Ser-
bin, Joseph L. Shawmut, Sol Sil-
verman, Sam Simonhoff.
The Mesdames Milton Sirkin,
Carl Susskind, Carl Weinkle, Max
Weitz, Leonard Barr, David Bass,
Joseph Cherner, Meyer Eggnatz,
Jennie Grossinger, Fred Jonas, Leo
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FRIDAY.
wjenisfr Meridian
Published every Friday tine* 1M7 by the Jewish
Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami It. Florida
Entered at second class mj'ter July 4, 1U0, at the Pest
Office ot Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S. 17.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity
and) te Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World-
wide News Servic*. National Editorial Associatian. Amer.
can Association Vf CngHsh-Jewish Newspapers. Florida
Press Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-1141 -JJ212__________
' The Jewish Flortdlaa doe. not parantee the -KaaaV
ruth of th. menhand.iH. ,lYern.>,l h. It- column..
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Friday. December 25. 1953
Volume 27 Number 52
Teveth 19. 5714
During The Week... a. i
y LEO MINDLIN
THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GRAT^T^
affair which concerns Itself, eves if onh ,, 'F'''< in *
institution. A luncheon Friday at the Algiers h' *'
Albert Einstein College of Medicine w
as Just such
.9\h Tag Pay
The Jewish National Fund Council of South
Florida will launch an intensive Tag Day cam-
paign Saturday evening. The drive will con-
tinue here through Sunday.
This year marks the 52nd anniversary of the
INF. At a time when the Zionist movement had
not yet reached the fulfillment of its dream with
the establishment of the State of Israel the
]ewish National Fund, with its blue and white
coin boxes, stood almost alone as a major fund
raising agency dedicated to the task of rebuild-
ing the ancient Hebrew homeland.
For many years, the JNF was a symbol of
Jewish aspiration for statehood and uniguely
typified a people's will to recreate a nation by
purchase rather than conquest or political in-
trigue. Since that time, other aaencies have
arisen to dedicate themselves to this noble ac-
tivity, and with the establishment of Israel by
UN decision in 1948. a whole host of philan-
thropic organizations now stand ready to aid
the infant republic in its upbuilding.
The Jewish National Fund still continues its
programs. Countless acres of land are being
rejuvenated through the organization. Its com-
plex system of afforestation makes a green and
fertile nation of stony rubble left neglected
throuqh the centuries. Perhaps its greatest job
chead is in Israel's Negev which forms over
one-half of the State's territory.
This is the vision to be borne in mind during
the JNF Tag Day drive Saturday evening and
ell day Sunday. The fund waits for our support
end deserves it.
proved doubly gratifying because it hiBhhehtiVh
academy of higher learning whose achievement
accolades to iU sponsors. The general tone of
of great exhuberance, reflecting the atmosphere
affair last year. .--. surrouasJ
The persons who sat around the Algiers tables to h., .
Attorney General Nathaniel Goldstein relate thl n
Einstein College of Medicine are renowned locllir0'!*0''
philanthropic circles. The Attorney General dev'riw '
additional physicians on the American scene
_.-------- ,_ ,.,c nuiriKin scene in ik. <
d^'X^Rfl""" !? 'Let u>
lstein said, i.
'** wm-mGto
Mr. Khan lak.s a Rest
Israel's Ambassador to the United States and
chief .delegate to the United Nations. Abba
Ebon, is in Miami Beach with Mrs. Eban far a
v.-ell-earned respite from his rigorous duties.
The Ambassador has had a hectic schedule
of activities, both in Washington and New
York, since late last summer. Way back then,
he began to force the uneasy Israel-Arab
armistice into the open and attempted, through
official channels, to bring public recognition of
the border infractions his country suffered at
the hands of Syrian and Jordanian marauders.
At the same time, Mr. Eban entered into talks
with the Arabs on the Huleh drainage project.
Neither of these critical problems was brought
to a satisfactory solution by October 19th, the
dale of the Kibya affair. Mr. Eban has been
engaged since then in the difficult process of
establishing some level of understanding be-
tween his government and our State Depart-
ment. In addition, he has had to defend the
Jewish State against the Big Three-led repudi-
ation by the United Nations.
Somewhere among all of these activities, we
recall that Mr. Eban made a fast trip to Israel.
in addition to acting as a "commuter" between
Washington and New York.
Along with the rest of Miami's Jewish com-
munity, we hope that the Ambassador and his
wife spend a restful stay here.
AN UNDISPUTED FACT
Presidential Silence
From Washington comes word this week that
President Eisenhower will avoid asking for re-
vision of the McCarran-Walter Ad when he
presents his State of the Union message to Con-
gress early in January.
The report does not come from the President
but from Senator Arthur V. Watkins chairman
of a joint committee studying operation of the
immigration act Many months ago, when
Mr. Eisenhower pushed his Emergency Immi-
gration Bill through Capitol Hill in the face of
heavy opposition. Senator Watkins told the
press he was certain that no recommendation
for change in the McCarran-Walter Act would
be forthcoming from the White House for a long
time to come.
As we see it. the Senator is a powerful man
in Washington, and he ought to know. Ours
is not the task to make predictions, but it now
seems safe to assume that the Presidential mes-
sage next month will refrain from making such
recommendations.
This appears to us to be a pathetic turn of
events in light of the fact that the University
of Washington at Seattle has just seen tit to
appoint to its faculty Dr. Konrad J. K. Buettner
who. according to the university's own state-
ment, served Hitler on research "concerned
with the effects of heat and cold on airmen
under different climatic and flight conditions."
The Nuremberg medical trial at the end of
World War II brought to light that many un-
willing Jewish subjects were employed in
carrying out these fatal tests. According to our
understanding, the University of Washington
is careful to screen all subversives from its
faculty. But the school says that the former
Nazi only served the German Luftwaffe in the
capacity of a non-combatant.
Most significant is that Dr. Buettner has ap-
plied for American citizenship. We just don't
know what strange direction our government's
attitude toward immigration will take next. The
McCarran-Walter Act makes a big issue about
subversives. But the fact remains that Dr.
Buettner is welcome here; many political and
religious refugees seeking freedom, some of
them victims of the German scientist and his
erstwhile colleagues, are not.
MoCarrans' and Watkins' definition of "sub-
versive" differs from ours. We find it difficult
to see how Mr. Eisenhower will be able intel-
ligently to avoid recommending changes in our
unmigration krws which, as of now, are appar-
ently not forthcoming.
here since the end of the nineteenth century "Let w?
change instead of the tolerated guest," (Mdstein rid "
restrictive quotas as an aspect of the new schools nJT
to the Jewish scene. ww"
An even more fascinating story, however, is that ol tk.
name graces the medical institution Dr. Albert Eiiw
ticularly significant to talk about him now in light oftaT
has become politically vocal to an increasing degree *T
few years. Dr. Einstein is well identified with a kL*
the future, make the Jew "a host instead of a tolerated
the years of his preeminence as a physicist and mai
many, he scrupulously avoided entering into those
stitute the periphery of the political arena and into
have been easily catapulted by virtue of his achievemeat-
and as the result of the religion into which he was bom -
In the face of the unbelievable existence of racial p
Us colleagues. Dr. Einstein remained in relative social
mitting to the most degrading personal attacks dispuie4
argument against his work at the Society of Physici i
reading of his paper on Relativity in 1905 brought the
response from Max Plank, author of the Quantum TJl
Germany's foremost mathematicians. Still, Dr Einsteii _
this seclusion, and it was only the subsequent Nazi host
his refuge in the Alps which brought the famous phili
realization that there must be a relationship between
human reasoning and that which is applicable to human
ships.
ONCE IN EXILE IN THE United States. Dr Einsteii
press himself in political matters. His pronouncement!
halting. He was shocked to discover that his fame lent I
most innocent remarks. The vast humility which is an
his nature emphasized for htm his belief that a scientist cat
of the wisdom motivating politicians. His dilemma, then*
ed. Such indeed was the ease when he refused to accept tie
of the State of Israel on the death of Dr. Chaim Weizmau.
formed the Knesset that the specialized quality of his
him ignorant of the understanding needed to be the lcaar
era meat.
His vacillation in political matters has had positive h
live results On the one send, his softspoken observants
like presonality make hifh seem a creature of some oater
moral qualities and intellectual achievement can hardly
the mortal imagination. On the other, his pronouneesflfj
late, brought upon him -undeserved scorn from those ard
mind him of his persecution in Germany and which he is
to combat as a free man. Many spokesmen for these ardsj
licly pronounce that he is taking advantage of his exile hoi
that he is an American citizen. "Yea, but we took him it
when reminded of this fact. Dr. Einstein's ambivalent*
body politic fails him at the moment of his greatest Deal
fails the need of that vast intellectual body in Amenall
he now carries in the battle for its integrity In a **iM
emerge from that restriction which his humility has plavedafl
the limitation he feels burdens a scientist who deals stub*!
relationships.
The charge that he takes advantage of his refuge amlj
the road for sharper attacks upon him. One ambitions
recently suggested that be be investigated. Mr Jenner
this into account but was wise enough to reply that Dr.
pea ranee befsww his committee might more profitably ti
future date. He even consciously avoided showing his
the philosopher told the press that he would refuse to
tions if subpoenaed. An Associated Press wirephoto
trait of the scientist in a humorous dark stocking cap
ed as a guest at the New York wedding of Cornell U
Thomas Rucky. (This last, symbolizing senility is perhaps
ious than Mr. Jenner's investigating calendar
DR. EINSTEIN'S MOST RECENT tiff with political
when he advised Albert Shadowitz. an engineer and for
of sensitive government installations, not to tell Wisconsin
McCarthy anything about his ideological beliefv The pt"!*
was obviously based upon principle; Mr. McCarthys deaWI
outgrowth of profitable hysteria. In this regard. Dr am
finds himself a prisoner ol bis own dilemma. His self**:
cal limitations multiplied by his humility here prove that
ited at all but that be is speaking a different language fro"
very practical adversaries.
When Dr. Einstein advises non-cooperation with Sen*^
he is expressing himself on the highest level of 'd**^
himself with principle and therefore fails to >d*nt1''
actuality; this is the limitation of the body politic which
among its virtues the humility pervading Dr Einstein sj
ed scientist, if he will continue his courageous battle
sihle and inquisitorial attack upon the American I
finally be brought to recognize yet another facet *
the illogical nature of his foe and the appeal to "no*1**
not recognize as acceptable in the battle for mens bus*
Adlai E Stevenson had a plausible answer for D
lem in an address at Yeshiva University's 25lh assjgap
New York CityW December 13th. when he accepted mj
orary Doctor ef taws degree. "The dynamic fortress*
ating without ethical or moral reatraiat." e'SJ,d-/TjL
organised forces of religion on the sidelines of the sw*
This brought about the great split in the soul of ******
Mr. Stevenson said, intellectual expansion and moral cot
split must be healed, for it is as potentially dangerous
which Dr Einstein helped to engineer. .... ...
This U the man who gives his saase to Yeshirt <'
medical school. This is the school Mismians honore*-^
Friday, paying homage to an academy of re,n'."_>
depths of whose wisdom win sot he probed by ore
centuries.
i anseSI


)ECEMBER 25, 1953
~*c gNnig^i
feers Push
Bonds
pted effort by 200 vol-
Radicrs on BIG Day
sale of Israel'-Bonos
0,000 tnafk slr.ee the
Issue was launched
ni area, it was announc-
fishman, commander of
Israel Government Day,
[his appreciation to his
inants, Nat Winokur and
|ie Bandell, as well as
"whose unselfish ef-
this cash collection day
ul."
I totals for the days' sale
yet available. The three
sllers will receive spe-
including a trip to
eekend stay at the Al-
ii and a night in the
[Room of the Nautilus
| Miami Chairman Mrs.
n thanked the popula-
te for "once again dem-
itheir support of the
tfracy of Israel."
ted other communities
1 country on Sunday in
effort. According to
ts, close to 700 homes
to redeem old pledges
State of Israel Bonds.
beting of a special pol-
ype, set up to guide the
art Bonds in this area,
Wednesday in the
Dtel. Mrs. Glasser pre-
report was given by
Jnzer, Jr., city manager
Bond Organization.
>inai Nursing
legislation on
vitz, president of Mount
tal's Board of Trustees,
[this week that the next
Ihe School of Practical
fill begin February 15,
cnt for this class will be
nesday, December 29th,
lay, January 2nd, at
the Pre-nursing Teat
en. All students inter
irolling must take this
screened by the School
Constable
Sovernor Charley Johns
announced that Leonard
unstable for the City of
ch.
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Secretary of State.
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of HEADACHE
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It and dentists recommend
PtT : Anocin it tike o doctor's.
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[bans Arrive in Miami
Israel Ambassador to the United
States and chief delegate to the
United Nations, Abba Eban, arriv-
ed in Miami Wednesday with Mrs.
Eban. They are stopping at the
Sterling Hotel for a short stay.

NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER AND DANCE
Given by th; West Miami Jewish Center and Sisterhjod
Thursday, December 31st, 10 p.m. Ill ???, 5720 S.W. 17h Street
COMPUTE TURKEY DINNER ORCHESTRA FAVORS
CATCH THE MYSTERY BALLOON AT KIDNIGHT AN3 WIN A PRIZE
for reservations call 87-7930 or 87-7593 Donation $5.00 per person
Mrs. Harry Latifor and Mrs. Harry Gordon are shown discuss-
ing ticket sales for the Beth David Sisterhood New Year's Eve
dinner-dance to be held at the Beth David .social hall on De-
cember 31st, 10. p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Jacques Donnet's orchestra
will furnish the music for the affair.
ATTENTION: SOCIAL HOSTS...
For FIESTA NIGHTS at your HOTELS r ORGANIZATIONS
GUEST PARTICIPATION in INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCES
SQUARE and ROUND DANCES
CALL 58-0651
SHIRL'S FOLK & SQUARE DANCE SCHOOL
1519 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Adult Classes:
Mon., Wed., Fri.8 to 10 p.m. Mon., Tues., Wed.3 to 5 p.m.
Class Fee $1.00
WALTZ, FOXTROT, RHUMBA, 6 Lessons $15.00
(Private Individual Instructions)
Fronton Schedules
Program for Hospital
The Miami Jai-Alai Fronton will
present its annual charity program
for the benefit of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital Sun-
day afternoon, December 27th, at
2 p.m.
Admission is,hv donation of fifty
cents to two dollars with all pro-
ceeds earmarked for the Cardiac
Hospital. All expenses are being
paid by the Miami Fronton, and
no deductions of any kind will be
made from the proceeds for the
Cardiac Hospital.
Three major league jai-alai
games, with afl of the great pro-
fessionals currently competing
here in action, are scheduled start-
ing at 2 o'clock. An entertainment
fare also is slated with many lead-
ing performers set to appear.
Mrs. Silverman is Hostess
Mrs. Sol Silverman and the
Orchid Club were hostesses Tues-
day at the birthday party for resi
dents of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Irving Pietrack and his or-
chestra, with Carole D' Arcy,
concert pianist, entertained.
Forum Continues Talks
On Crisis in Zionism
Der Yiddisher Forum wil} con-
tinue its discussion ol the crisis in
the American Zionist movement on
Saturday evening,. pecernber^26th,
at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Ehiel Lesowoder and N. Mininberg,
principal speakers last week, will
again appear at the forum. Spon-
sors are the local branch of the
Yiddish Scientific Institute.
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1954 Women's Division Leaders
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carrytBf forward the tradition aad
* life's work of her late
to Chirac*, she was
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Men aad was saateialry art ire is
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553E*sC3lEs^~.:SE
rkins, Seiflin are
imed to Regional
IB Committees
llr and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and
Seitlin, local Jewish conmu-
leaders, have bean appointed
chairmen of important regional
amiMees of the Southern Sec-
National Jewish Welfare
rd. according to a statement
by Leon Kaplan, of Miami,
sident of the Southern Section
IB.
|rs. Sirkin will head the Per-
nel Committee, which will un-
like to recruit as many suit-
people as possible for employ-
iit in the Jewish community
jter field and will aid in raising
personnel standards in all Jew
community centers in the
h.
\r. Sirkin, who is chairman of
Jewish Community Center
tennial Committee, will direct
b- for the celebration of Na
Jewish Community Center
^k during January 10-16, 1954.
hilm has been appointed chair-
of the Health and Phys-Ed
kmittee. He plans to develop a
|ram of inter-city athletic activ-
among the various Centers in
| Southern Region,
he JWB is the major national
|i'h group work agency in the
It is the national association
ewish Community Centers and
lYWHAs, the government ac-
Jited agency for serving the
ale. welfare and religious needs
lewish men and women in the
Vrmed Forces and in veterans
pjtals, and the sponsoring ag-
of the Jewish Book Council
America, the National Jewish
he Council and the National
.sh Youth Conference. It is a
nber agency of USO.
he Southern Section is one of
It sections through which JWB
ks Centers and Jewish corni-
iities.
Kam is President
Of Golden Age Club
Hyman Kam has been elected
president of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center's
Town Branch.
Kfem, who ha'
been a member
of the club for
the past six years,
is also a member
of t h e GMJCC
Board of Direc-
tors.
Others to serve
with him are Ja-
cob Blumensohn,
1st vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Minnie
Steighlitz, 2nd vice president; Mrs.
Lizzie Litt, 3rd vice president;
Louis Weintraub, treasurer; Mrs.
Rose Shlivek, recording secretary;
Mrs. Harriet Zimmerman, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Goldie Rosen
berg, social secretary; and Mrs.
Minnie Kanner, corresponding sec-
retary.
The Executive Committee is in
the process of selecting a Board of
Directors which will have the re-
sponsibility of recommending poli-
cies and programs for the Golden
Age Friendship Club.
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Canteen Show Friday
A Stage Door Canteen show will
be held in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Friday evening, 8 p.m.,
according to an announcement
this wee* by Maurice Klein, direc-
tor of the Servicemen's Informa-
tion Center. Scheduled on the pro-
gram are night club entertainment,
a 10-piece orchestra and more than
1.000 junior hostesses to dance
with servicemen, Klein said.
Jewish Music Fete
Slated February 21
Greater Miami Jewish Community
o, .teor;SuDday ni*ht. February
21st, 8:30 p.m., at Flamingo Park it
was-announced by Robert StraW
burg, GMJCC musical director.
Plans for the program were made
at a meeting of the Center's Festi-
val Committee, held last week 'at
the office of attorney Leo Sheiner
All adult choral groups from
greater Miami synagogues have
been invited to participate in the
program. Strassburg is also con-
ducting the Center's own festival
chorus, which meets Monday
nights at the Town Branch and for
which new voices are still being
accepted.
Feature presentation at the fes-
tival will be the cantata, Chag
Habikurim. by Max Helfman,
American-Jewish composer, involv-
ing both choral and dance presen-
tations. This will mark the first
local performance of the cantata.
The Modern Dance Group of
GMJCC, led by Ruth Walton Leon-
ard, will participate in this pro-
gram*
Members of the Jewish Music
Festival Committee are Harold
Thurman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
Mrs. Leo Glasser, Mrs. Joseph Mas-
ters, Mrs. Charles Blau. Milton
Balsam, Mrs. Sally Gainsboro, Mon-
roe Gelb, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs.
Benjamin Miller, Joseph Nevel,
Mrs. William Zuckerman and Leo
Sheiner.
Young Adults to Meet
Coral Gabies Young Adult
Group will meet on Wednesday
evening. December 30th, 9 p.m., at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Miss Pugatsky is
Landau President
New president of Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, is Isabel Pugatsky.
She was installed, with other offi-
cers of the group, at an affair held
on Sunday, December 13th.
Also named to office were Jud-
ith Edelman. vice president: Sue
Jaffee. treasurer; Rhoda Granat,
recording secretary; Jean Kupfer-
berg, corresponding secretary; and
June Katz. historian reporter.
Installing officer at the candle-
light service was Milton Friedman,
Miami attorney and national youth
commissioner. Participating were
Selma Rubin, counsellor of the
group, Miss Pugatsky and Sheila
Warhaftig, membership chairman.
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Abraham Glaser, of Miami, hold the Scroll of Law from Israel,
with silver pointer, silver bells and shield rescued from a
Nazi-destroyed synagogue in Hungary, presented to the Coral
Gables Jewish Center in their honor by their children, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert List, New York. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader, looks on. A ceremony of dedication will be held at the
Center on Saturday evening, 8 p.m., with Rabbi Simon April,
president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, par-
ticipating. Rabbi Skop will conduct the service, with Cantor
Irving Robinson and the Center Choir assisting. The Scroll
will join those previously presented by Sam Schulefand, Boris
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Center president, will direct the inscriptions to honor the
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F1UDAY, DECOg^.

Ruth Clein's Betrothal to S. .lack Lubin
Announced; Couple will be Feted Tuesday
Tha engagement of their daugh-
ter. Ruth, to S. Jack Lubin. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lubin. 923 SW
10th Avenue, is announced by Mr.
and Mrs. Hilliard Clein. 121 NW
43rd Place. Miami
The bndeelect is a native Mi-
Mitt *mtk CIm
amian. She is a graduate of Miami.
Senior High School, where she was
active in the National F<
League. She was also i
of the Young Judaea Council
and an officer in the regional or-
ganization.
Currently a sophomore at the
University of Florida. Miss Clein
is majoring in art education and
is vice president of Hillel House
there
Mr. Lubin is originally from
Hartford. Connecticut, and gradu-
ate from Miami Jackson High
School here A senior at the I" of
F. he will graduate in June and
enter the Air Force. Mr Lubin is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra
ternity and was formerly active in
local AZA programs. An engage-
ment party for the family and
friends of the young couple will be
held at the home of the bride-
elect's aunt. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
3620 Granada Boulevard, on Thurs-
day evening. December 29th.
Miss Clein is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Scbeinberg and
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. of
Miami.
Mitt Beatrice Saaaeff
Ardir.'>r
Carole Wien. Lawrence I'erlinutter Wed
At West view; Nassau is Honeymoon Site
The Westview Country Club Sun'*
day was the scene of the early eve-1
ring ceremony uniting in marriage
the former Miss Carole Nancy Wien
:.nd Lawrence Charles Perlmutter.
'I he aewlyweds are honeymooning
m Nassau and will be at home at
233 Phoenetia Avenue. Coral Ga-
bles, after January' 3rd.
The bride it the daughter of Mr. :
mi Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. 5130
North Bay Road. Miami Beach. Mr.
Perlmutter's parents are Mr and
Julius Jay Perlmutter. 1441
Lincoln Road.
The bride was attired in Italian ,
white silk taffeta fashioned with a
cathedral train She wore a cir-
. ibw veil of Belgian lace and ear-
ned lily-of-the-valley with spray
orchids
Maid of honor was Miss Josie
Vien. the bride's ristar Other at-
tendants included two Mattes,
< la.re Wien. Atlanta, and Isabel
- \V. -tin Connecticut. Also in
attendance were Mrs David Pass.
Atlanta, and Arlyne Sch egfat Y,iim The bridegroom's ath-r wa> be* l "lllf<. I HUlIl, UIIHIN
man. Ushering were Sheldon Aber ^' | m \\omv \\\U'S
rr.an, Arnold Straus. Lawrence Lan-
A December 2 0th ceremony
united in marriage Miss Judith
i Youngerman, daughter of Mr. and
; Mrs Alexander Youngerman. 3000
Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, and
Benjamin Gindy. .son of Mr. and
Hn Roy Gindy. of Miami. Rabbi
Mar.us Ransom, of Fort Lauder-.
dale, officiated in front of an alter
decorated with ferns and white,
chry sathemums at the home cere-,
mony.
Given in marriage by her father. I
the bride wore a gown of birdseye '
pique with a portrait neckline and !
cap sleeves completely bordered'
>> a lace fitted bodice and bouf-'
fant skirt of ballerina-length Her'
fingertip veil of tulle was attached ,
to a coronet of seed pearls. She
wore elbow-length lace mitts and
carried a white Bible covered with
lilies nf-the-valley
David Kulchin was best man
Mi Marianna Youngerman. sis-
ter of the bride, was junior brides
maid. She wore a pale blue dotted
swiss o r g andy ballerina length
gown. The bride's mother wore a
dusty rose paper taffeta cocktail
dress. The mother of the groOm
wore grey chiffon
For her traveling costume, the
bride chose a light tan suit with a
Shapoff, Wcstin
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. I S. Shapoff. of 318
SW 28th Road, announce the en- j bri<1 TntlT "*"
gagement of their daughter, Bea-
trice Patricia, to Alan Ftfrman
West in. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Westin. 1021 West 46th Street.
Miss Shapoff attended Florida
State University at Tallahassee,
Wayne University in Detroit and
received her degree at the Univer-
sity of Miami. She was a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Pan-
hellenic Society and Executive
Council of Hillel Foundation. She
was a Princess in the 1952 Home-
coming Queen's Court and was on
the Dean's List.
Member of the National Educa-
tion A inrmhnn. and a teacher at
Morningmie Elementary School,
Mr. Weatm was graduated from the
University of Florida magna cum
laude. He received the LLB degree
from Harvard Law School. At pres-
ent, he is an instructor in the Gov-
ernment Department at Havard
University He will receive the
PhD decree in Political Science in
June. 1864.
Hiv honorary fraternities are Phi
Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi.
He also belongs to Pi Lambda Phi
: social fraternity.
No definite date has been set
for the waiting
Miss Karger Chooses
Klizabethan down
Miss Saundra Karger. daughter
. of Mr. and Mrs. Saunder Karger,
8980 La Gorce Drive, was married
1 in a garden wedding at her home
Sunday to Stanley Brodsky, ton of
Mrs. Jack Brodsky. 951 Bay Drive,
and the late Mr. Brodsky. Rabbi
Meyer AbratnowiU officiated.
The bride wore a gown made
from the lace of her mother's wed-
ding dress. It was styled in Eliza-
bethan fashran featuring a stiff
collar covered with seed pearls
and a sweetheart neckline. The
lace sleeves were pointed over the
fingers, and the skirt ended in
accordion pleated flounces. She
carried a shower bouquet of white
orchids on a white Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Fay
Brodsky, sister of the bridegroom.
She wore a blue iridescent taffeta
gown. Tbe bouffant skirt featured
a full bustle that was draped to
the floor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Leila
Stein. Miss Jewel Muravchick and
Miss Lynn Salter. all Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority titters of the
gowns and
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Mrs. StmmUy Bredthy
rose velvet hats matched those
I worn by the maid of honor. They
carried red roses and carnations.
Linda Kamin and Mary Abbott.
flower girls, wore dresses of blue
: and pink net.
Best man was Lt. Seymour M.
Seff. a friend of the bridegroom.
Ralp Turner. Jerry Cohen and
Leonard Treister ushered.
A dinner and reception followed
! the ceremony. TVe couple left for
a wedding trip to New York CKy.
They will reside at 1000 West Bay
| Harbor Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Menrva A.
Adirims Honey.*]
In Havana
Merle Barbara Format i
vyn Alan Adinm are
ing in Havana Cuba.
wedding Sunday at the
Manor. Rabbi Max Stua
ciated at the noon ce'entn,
The bride is the riaughtar|
and Mrs. Michael Forma.;
16th Street. Miami Beak
Adirims parents are Mr. ai|
Herman Adinm 1931 NW
Avenue.
The bride was attired
lerina-length gown of
lace and a four-tiered Fn
sion veil held to a white i
A bouquet of white roses aji
tered with a white orchid
Matron of honor was Mn.1
ley Rosenfeld. of New York]
bara Gross and Pearl Cohai
bridesmaids. Harvey Stein
man. with Burt Kantor tai I
Adirim. brother of the I
acting as ushers
A reception followed thsj
mony at the Lincoln Maw.'
Berg Bar Mitzvah
Richard Martin Berg, sod efl
William Herg and toe lav]
Berg. 151 SW 51st Place.]
Mitzvah on Saturday it "
ler-Granada Jewish Co
Center. Open House followed!
Bar Mitrvahs h>me. f "
student at Kinloch Elei
School. His grandmother
Minnie Kessler. of Mum 1"
Mrs. itmmhr Matkim
Mrs. Immrtmct C. PtrlaHrrfer
dy and Robert Levitt, uncle of the
bridegroom, of Teaneck, New Jer-
sey.
The bride attended the Univer
Mties of Alabama and Miami. Mr.
Perlmutter was graduated magna
cum laude from the UM, where he
became a member of Omicron Del-
ta Kappa and Scabbard and Blade.
Newspaper Workers
Are Wed Sunday
The former Julie C. Parkman
and Stanley W. Platkin were mar-1
i ried on Sunday afternoon. The!
I bride is the daughter of Mr and i
I Mrs Nick Pablick. of New York
City
Mr Platkin is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Edward A Platkin. 1460 West
Avenue. Miami Beach
The bride formerly lived at 1609
champagne blouse and dark brown I SW *iL Slrcct Mr PUUtin resided
accessories. Tbe couple are honey j {. Cre$pl Bou,evrd- Miami
mooning in Haiti, after which they j f0" .
will reside in Miami Attendants at the ceremony were
The br.de is an alumna of 11*1* ^ "^ "**" ^^
**&**!* ,nd aUo Mr Platkin graduated from Mi-
"n"?ty..diai Beach High School, attended
the University of Florida and the
Government at the UM and is work
ing on the MA degree there.

Temple
Connecticut College School of the
I Dance. She is a teacher of the mod-
He also attended Oxford Univer-; ern dance
.-ity. is an instructor in American Mr Gindy WM grafted from
the University of Florida at Gaines-
ville, receiving the BS degree
A reception and wedding dinner, there. He was a member of Phi j Miami Herald' Newly wed Mrs. Plat
followed the ceremony at the West-' Lambda Pi Fraternity He it new kin is also employed at the Herald
\ iew Country Club. vice president of Rattan Craft. where the couple originally met
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Sigma Delta Chi and
Kappa Alpha Mu. He served in the
US Navy Air Carps for three years.
He is a sports writer for 'the
Hium Bar Mitzvah
Alan H. Blum, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Blum. 623 NE 61st
Street, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. December 26th. at
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Alan attended Edison Junior
High School, where he is in the
eighth grade. He is also a student
at Tifereth Israel Religious School.
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel will offi-
ciate. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah
will serve a Kiddush following the
ceremony. ,
Leeds Are Hosts
At Holiday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeds were
hosts on Sunday, December 13th.
to several hundred friends at a
holiday cocktail party held in their
Bayfront Manor home.
Among out-of-town gueu were
Mr. and Mrs. Risfcsei Mronner, of
I-North Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Bernstein, of New York.
Mrs. Leeds is the former Jane
Bronner.
One? Shabbat Dim
Miami Yonng Adult Zionist Dis-
trict will hold en Oneg IhtnfcM
Friday evening at the home of Mitt
Mickie Doych. 980 SW Tth Street.
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Leonard Saul Bobro*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
2211 SW 24th T*
ami will became*
^ on Saturday
Synagogue. Rabbi r*
po and CanW
MfflncheswiUoffic*
arf is in the eighth.
Shnoandoah Junio
School, where he
* rihn clubJTfett*1
a reception will
ceremony-


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953
mt H U|
Blitt, Courshon Wed
At Beach Center
Miss Sue Blitt became the bride
of Charles James Courshon Satur-
day at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Belle Blitt. 1611 Euclid Avenue.
Mr. Courshon is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Courshon, MO Ocean
Drive.
The couple both attended Miami
Mn. Cfrerlei I. Ceurshen
Beach High School. The bride is
also a former student at Adephi
College, Garden City, Long Island,
New York.
Mr. Courshon received the I.I.B
degree from the University of
Florida and is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi Fraternity. He is a
former lecturer of law at the Uni-
| versity of Miami.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mrs. Philip Gould of Schnectady
New York, and her daughter, Mar-
ion, are spending the whiter at the
Sterling Hotel.
it it
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pollack, of 715
Lakeview Drive, Miami Beaoh, and
Detroit, Michigan, announce the
birth of their daughter, Susan Pa-
trice, on December 17th, in De-
troit. Mr. Pollack is a Miami attor-
ney.
Ct it ii
It's a family reunion at the David
M. Gordons, of 1319 SW 14th
Street, Miami. Meryl (Mickie) is
home from the University of Cin-
cinnati, where she is a student in
the School of Nursing. Alan is
home from the Naval Base at Great
Lakes, Illinois, where he has been
attending Eleetawwes School. Both
will be home. *M *e New Year
weekend.
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Mr. and Mrs.iUeolIindlin. of 440
Marmore. Coral Gables, are enter-
taining Miss Sybil Langbaum dur-
ing the holidays. Miss Langbaum is
a graduate student at Yale Uni-
versity. She ami rs. Mindlin at-
tended Cornell University to-
gether.
it it it
Dr. and Mrs. Max R. Goldstein
and children, of Hartford, Con-
necticut, are visiting Mrs. Gold-
stein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Liebling, of 214 West San
Marino Drive, Miami Beach, for
the holidays.
it it it
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hochron and
their children, of New York, are
spending their vacation at the
home of Mrs. Hochron's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weissman,
1446 Meridian Avenue.
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Arnold Bar Mitzvah
At Beach Center
Charles Zachary Arnold, son of
Mrs. Jean Arnold, 850 Meridian
Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on Saturday. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Charles is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Siegal, pioneer
residents of Miami Beach. An ex-
pert equestrian, he has been the
winner of many prize ribbons in
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Harvey Gulkis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Gulkis. 735
Michigan Avenue, will cele-
brate the occasion of his Bar
Mitzvah at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday.
Rabbi living Lehrman will oi-
ticiate. Harvey is an eighth
grade student at the Ma M.
Fisher Junior High School
and attends the Religious
School of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. '
Miss Barbara Rosen
Miss Barbara Rosen
Chooses June 20th
Miss Barbara Rosen and Henry
A. Arman will be married on June
90, 1B54. when Barbara graduates
from the University of Miami.
The couple's engagement is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen, 6840
SW 25th Street. Mr. Arman is the
son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Coe
1845 SW 24th Street.
Bliss Rosen graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and is a
senior at the U of M, where she is
a member of Sigma Lambda Phi,
Delta Theta Mu and vice president
of Alpha Kappa Delta.
She is employed by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
and the Sunday School of the West
Miami Jewish Center.
Mr. Arman also graduated from
Miami Senior High School. He at-
tended the University of Florida,
the University of Miami and is cur-
rently a student at the Southern
College of Optometry. Mr. Arman
is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi,
Omega Epsilon Phi and is a fresh-
man Student Council representa-
tive at Southern College. He is em-
ployed by the Memphis Jewish
Community Center.
Mendelsohn Anniversary
A surprise party celebrating the
36th wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Mendelsohn was
held on Saturday night at the resi-
dence of their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Babok, 9040 Carlyle Avenue,
Surside. Among guests attending
the affair were three children and
three grandchildren of the couple
and also employees of their din-
ing establishment, Mendelsohn's
Kosher Restaurant.
Davidows are Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow,
of 647 Palermo Avenue, Coral Ga-
bles, will be hosts at a barbecue
for students of the Beth David Re-
ligious School Confirmation Class
and their teachers, Charles Grop-
per and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. oa
Saturday evening, at 8 p.m.
Golden Agers Plan Fete
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center's Town Branch, will
hold its annual New Year's eve
party on Thursday evening, De-
cember 31st. The program will in-
clude dancing, favors and supper.
In charge of reservations is Harry
Zicree.
Charles Z. Arnold
Photo by Werner-Kahn
Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Charles is a student at the Ida If.
Fisher Junior High School.
A reception in the Center din-
ing room will follow the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony.
Folk Dance Social
The Folk Dance Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, Town Branch, will hold its
regular social on Sunday, Decem-
ber 27th at 8:30 p.m. Sara Segal,
instructor, has arranged a series of
Israeli, European and American
dances which will be taught and
practiced.
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GLOBAL SHORTS
British Stand on Status of Mosley Announces Revival of
Jerusalem Outlined in London His Fascist Forty in Britain
LONDON .JTA) The British
Government would like to see the
situation with respeet to the status
I Jerusalem 'regularued" but
think< that it is too early to say
whether positive action can be ex-
pected at the next session of the
BBtted Nations General Assembly.
A. D. Dodds-Parker. Joint Parlia-
mentary Undersecretary for For-
eign Affairs said in Parliament
His statement was made in reply M.._
to questions from Richard Wood, IOJO "Of raTy OH MM
Conservative MP. who warned to |j, Jewish Emnloymont Hold
know whether the government was NW yQRK ,TTAi_Lndm ot
planning to initiate discussion at Amencan Jewlsh affiliated
the next General Assembly on the ^ ^ N>(jona| roInlnunJlv Re.
resolution to internationalize Jeru-
em





Mosiey. Britain's notorious Fascist
leader, has announced that he in
tends to revive his I'nion Move-
ment this coming spring. Speak-
ing at a Holiday Reunion of his
followers in the East End of Lon-
donwhere many Jews liveMos-
iey said that his party would under
take a national campaign including
entering slates for Parliament.
Siegel Named to Workmen's Circle
National Board of Directors Here
Jacob H Siegel. of 2143 SW 6th
Street, has been elected to the
Workmen's Circle national Board
of Directors for the state of Flor-
ida.
Siegel has been active in Work-
Ben-Gu.icn Vc:n.* m.u>
Quarters; Leaves for Nonov
TEL AVIV (JTA)David Ben-
Gurion vacated his Tel Aviv apart-
rtent here and left for Sdeh Boker.
the tiny Negev sheepherders' set-
tlement where he will become an
rdinary citizen His belongings
have already been shipped to the
prefabricated house on the tree
less and grassless plateau which
be will henceforth call home
lations Advisory Council held a
two-day conference here on dis-
crimination against Jews in em-
ployment, it was announced by
Bernard H. Trager. NCRAC chair-
man
chairman of the Lyceum, chairman
of the Workmen's Circle of Greater
Miami Cemetery Committee. Board
member of the Y. L. Perte School.
Board member of the Coordinate
Committees of the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach schools and is temporary
treasurer of Branch No. 099.
He is also a representative to the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Siegel is a volunteer worker for
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
has Worked as a captain for the
past several years. He is a member
of Painters Local Union No. ^S.
Siegel flew to New York City
Thursday for a three-day confer-
ence of the Board of National Di-
rectors of the Workmen's Circle.
Haifa Technion Faces Crisis;
May be Forced to Close
HAIFA JTA)The Haifa Tech
sical Institute is faced with a finan
c;al cn-> of such depth that the
kflj he forced to close its
SSB M was learned here Unless
the 1-raei Government offers aid
the battle to keep the school open
seems hat The Technion has been
unable to raise additional funds.
The .overnment has been unable
the difference between
operating costs and receipt*
Bomb Explodes at Beirut
Quarters of Ex-Mufti
LONDON (JTA)A bomb was ex-
ploded at the Beirut headquarters
. : BaJ Amin el Husseini. ex-Mufti
of Jerusalem, a violent enemy of
Israel who collaborated with Adolf
Hitler in Germany during World
War II < onsiderable damage was
cu~< d but no casualties were re-
ported here The ex-Mufti was
iway from Beirut at the time of
the explosion.
men s
US Mokes Surplus food
Available for Israel
NEW YORKThe United States
Government and Hadassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, have joined forces to
bring Operation Reindeer to the
people of Israel, it was announced
Wednesday by Mrs. Herman Shut
man. national president of Hadas-
sah. at the organization's headquar-
ters here
Mrs. Shulman reported that in
accordance with a r r angements
worked out by Mrs Raphael Tour-
over. Washington representative of
Hadassah. the IS Government,
through the Foreign Operations
Administration, had made avail-
able to Hadassah for free distribu-
tion in Israel. 1.169.000 pounds of Rabbinical Association
surplus food. Rabb. silrfon Apri, spiritual
leader of Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, was installed Thurs-
Release of Arrested Brothors da>. > EfiKf / USSTJt
ami Rabbinical Association at a
Circle and Jewish welfare
work for 30 years. He was one of
the organizers of the Jewish Wel-
fare Club Inc.. of Livingston Manor.
New York, in 1922, and was the
first president of that organiza-
tion. He was also chairman of the
Sholem Aleichem School No. 14,
Livingston Manor.
After moving to Miami in 1934,
Siegel transferred to Branch 692.
He later was one of the organizers
of Workmen's Circle Branch No.
699. and was its first president.
He now holds the office of vice
chairman of that branch, as well as
Rabbi April is Installed
President of Greater Miami
Rumanian Jews in US Ask
NEW YORK (JTAResolutions
calling for the establishment of an
"actions committee" to work for
the release of arrested Jewish
leaders in Rumania and the estab-
lishment of a Rumanian Jewish
world organization were adopted
here at the annual meeting of the
United Rumanian Jews of America.
Syrian, Lebanese Statesmen
Discuss Israel in Washington
WASHINGTON JT\He I
and Lebane>e Ambassadors
here discussed Near Eastern re-
ievetopsnent and naei
IJMM pertaining to Israel at a meet-
ing with Deputy Undersecretary of
State Ruben Murphy
Moslem Conference Votes to
Oppose Permanent Peace
LONDON (JTAA Moslem con-
ference in the Arab part of Jeru-
salem which included 34 delegates
from Arab and other Moslem
countries, passed a resolution this
week opposing permanent peace
buffet dinner in
his home.
Dr. Jacob H
Kaplan. Dean c
Florida R a bbi
installed R a bt
April and newl>
elected secretar
Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, o
the North Short
j Jewish Center.
Dr. and Mrs.
Kaplan were also
honored by his
colleagues in celebration of his
79th birthday with the presenta-
tion of a S100 scholarship to two
with Israel The eathenne was de orth>' Jewsh ** "?""
enbed a* the Moslem Conference for leadership in the Greater Ml
Jewish community
Israel Asks Armistice
Commission to Ad
TF.l. WIV JTA Israel has
rolled for an emergency session ol
I-rael-Lehanese Mixed Arais-
tice Commission to deal with an
attack on an Israeli bus in north-
ern Israd An investigation headed
United Nations observer-in-
( \ ered two prepared positions
I .me 20 yards north of the road
where the attack occurred. Tracks
from these sniping posts, where a
for Palestine Salvation from Is-
raeli Occupation In New York. Ab-
dul Khalek Hassouna. Secretary
General of the Arab League, indi-
cated that there would be no reply
: from Jordan on Israel's proposal
1 for direct negotiation* until the
Arab League Council had met.
Hail Court Decision Barring
Bible Distribution in Schools
NEW YORK JT\> Leaders of
various Jewish organizations issued
statements hailing as a victory for
the cause of religious libertv a
"unanimous decision of the New
Jersey Supreme Court that the
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to the Lebanese border.
MSI
Stevenson Extols Political,
Academic Freedom at Moot
NEW YORK (WNSi Adlai E
ftevenson. on accepting the honor-
ary degree of Doctor of Laws from
Yeshiva I'niversity here. MHrtsl
that the struggle of our times is
the struggle to preserve the integ-
ntey and creativity of the free
mind and that "reason will not
public schools The court issued a
permanent injunction in favor of a
Jewish parent against the Gideon
Society, an international Bible dis-
tributing agency, blocking the use
of Rutherford. New Jersey, public
schools for free distribution of
Bibles to students
Lehman Hits Book Burner*
As He Receives Award
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Herbert H Lehman, on accepting
triumph unless the mind is free") the first Mark Eisner Education
} nncipal speaker at a dinner at Award from the Amencan Associ-
the Waldorf Astoria ushering in ation of Jewish Education, lashed
the 25th anniversary of the Univer-' out against the book burners and

liege of Arts and Science.
Stevenson told the 1.500 guests
that "an academic ceremony
should be an occasion for the re
{.m.-ecration of free men to the
ruggle for the free mind.
"all those who have been attack-
ing and harassing the citadels of
freedom in this country and press-
ing the inquisition into people's
opinions and beliefs." Never in his
memory.
16 Local Judaeans
To Attend Conclave
In Daytona Beach
Sixteen members of Greater Mi-
ami Senior Judaea will travel to
Daytona Beach this weekend for
the annual Southern Senior Judaea
winter conclave at the Princess Is-
sena Hotel, according to Joseph
Pardo. chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Youth Commission,
educational youth agency of Ha-
dassah and the ZOA.
The Judaeans 'from Miami are
in charge of the Friday night. Sat-
urday morning and Havadallah
services ana are under the leader- >
ship of Tamra Mamches. regional
Jewish living chairman.
Other events that the group will
participate include basketball con-.
tests, Israeli folk dance contests'
and extemporaneous speaking
tournies.
Attending the conclave will be |
Judy Phillips, vice president from
the State of Florida. Janice Stein, j
Eileen Weiner. Tamra Mamches. I
regional Jewish living chairman.
Ronnie Faske. Sandy Rubenstein.
Steven Kneapler, Jack Becker.
Jerry and Ronald Askowitt. Robert
Castle. Al Mamlet, Herman Sha-
piro. Judy Flashman. Elsa Levick
and Helene Seidner.
Staff attending from this area in-
clude Miriam Scheinberg. Roni Hy-
man. Hinda Bricklin and Eleanor*.
Goodman. Louis Schwartzman. exe- ]
cutlve director of the Bureau of,
Jewish Education, will be guest j
speaker at the convention on Sun-
day, December 27th.
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PAGE 11
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with the
Adult Choir under the direction of
Lucille Moore presenting the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Rabbi
Henry Okolica will officiate and
discuss: The Tree And The Bush.
Cantor Maurice Neu will assist.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Catz and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Decker in honor of the engage-
ment of their children, Helen and
Eddie. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Daily services are at
6 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating and discuss-
ing: Our God Is One. Cantor Aaron
Weingarten will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Satur-
day morning servces are at 8:30
a.m. Subject of Rabbi Mescheloff's
sermon is scheduled as: Problems
Of Labor. Junior services are at 9
a.m. under the direction of Benja-
min Kaminetzky. Kiddush will be
sponsored by the Sisterhood with
Mrs. Dorothy Bergman and Mrs.
Aaron Weinqarten as hostesses.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m.
and at 5 and 5:30 p.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., dedicated to students
who are home from universities for
the holidays. Representing the
students will be Henry Forer, Je-
rome Coburn, Muriel August and
Reva Shapiro. Symposium will be
held entitled: College Youth
Sneaks. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the Center Choir
under the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be under the sponsorship
of Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Floral offer-
ings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Hjarry
Bobrow. Saturday, morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Leonard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bobrow, will take
place. Student services Saturday
are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are
scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. when
Rabbi Louis Cassei will preach on
the topic: My Brother's keeper.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Alan H. Blum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Blum, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will
follow:

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.,
with late services 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky will officiate and
discuss: The Element Of Time. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
M. Bennett in honor of their 50th
wedding anniversary. Guest Can-
tor Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8sl5 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Junior services are at 11 a.m. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m., followed by
Ehalos Seudos.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5 p.m., followed
by Kabbalat Sabbath. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offici-
ate and discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is
at 5 p.m. Shalos Seudos and Maariv
will conclude the Sabbath observ-
ance. Sunday morning services are
at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Daily services
are slated for 8:15 a.m. and 5 p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: Worshipping The
Gods Of A Beaten Enemy. Rabbi
Samuel Krolowitz will conduct a
class in Talmud at 3:45 p.m. Min-
cha is slated for 4:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. when the
Rabbi will discuss the Portion of
the Zohar. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 a.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will deliver the sermon on the
topic: An Exodus Today. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning
services are slated for 8 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and discuss: Should We
Keep Or Discard The Jewish Cal-
endar. A reception in honor of Dr.
and Mrs. Ja*l>'H. Kaplan will fol-
low on the occasion of Dr. Kap-
lan's 79th birthday. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 11 a.m.. when
the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Bier-
man, son of" Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bierman, (gill take place. Cantor
Jacob Bornstein will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Guest speak-
er will^be Mayor Harold Shapiro.
His talk is scheduled as: The
Heartbeat Of Our City. Rabbi Irv-
in? Lehrman will officiate. Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy, as-
sisted by the Center Choir. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m..
when Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the Weekly Portion. The Bar
Mitzvoth of Charles, son of Mrs.
Jeanne Arnold, and Harvey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis. will
take place during the service. Daily
services are in the chapel at 8
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky will officiate
i and discuss: On Names And Name
Calling. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low, with the Rabbi giving a book
review. Saturday morning services
are at 9:30 a.m.
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and discuss: Israel Must
Remain A Frontier. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the musical
I portions of the liturgy. A class in
Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.,
followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are 7:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating and dis-
cussing: Books By Jews About
Jesus. Cantor Irving Robinson will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by Robert Strass
burg conducting the Center Choir.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow, with
Rabbi George Fox answering ques-
tions. Saturday morning services
are at 10:30 a.m., when Malcolm
Kirschenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs
Murray Kischenbaum. 2475 SW
22nd Avenue, will become Bar
Mitzvah and receive the Certifi
cate of Completion awarded by the
Bureau of Jewish Education. His
parents will be hosts at the Kid-
dush following.

TEMPLE SINAI. Hollywood, wil'
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 p.m., in honor of college
youth. Rabbi David Shapiro will
speak on: How Shall Our Youth
Face The World. Cantor Joseph W
Malek and the Temple Choir will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low sponsored by Mr. and Mrs
Harry Scherman. Saturday morn-
ing services will be at 9 a.m.. with
Rev. Mordechai Haalman assisting
the Rabbi who will preach on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 10 a.m. Daily services arc
scheduled for 9 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER wil'
hold special services Friday at 8:30
p.m. Services will be dedicated by
Shown above are officers and Board members of the Greater Miami Chevra Kadish, the local
organization that administers orthodox last rites, during an installation affair held in the Beth
El Synagogue. Present were Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader, and Rabbi
and Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah; Habbi and Mrs. Morris Skop, Coral Gables; Rabbi
and Mrs. Henry Okolica, North Dade; and Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz. Officers are Nathan
Ginsburg, president; A. Kaplan, 1st vice president; S. Okanoff, 2nd vice president; S. Oster, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sam Geltner, recording secretary; D. Singer, treasurer; and I.
Schwartz, chairman. Board members are Sol Schwartz, Sam Lieber, Meyer Redlik, Henry
Spero, Harry Schwiller, William Clein, Hyman Lurie and Jacob Worblin. Below are guests
and officers of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess who were also installed at the joint affair. Left
to right are Philip Berkowitz, Beth El president; Rabbi Swirsky; Mrs. Anna Block, 1st vice
president; Mrs. Skop; Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president; Theodore Sakawitz, toastmaster; Mrs.
Rachael Sakawitz, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Bessie Geltner, sec-
retary; Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg and Israel Golc berg.
Rabbi Max M. Landman to the He-
brew students who will officiate.
Sermonettes will be delivered by
two of the students. Early services
will be held at 5:15 p.m.. conducted
by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. The Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Mai Byef in honor of
their wedding anniversary'. Serv-
ices will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday.
The topic of Rabbi Landman's ser-
mon will be: Who Shall Inherit
This Earth. Junior congregation
will hold services in the Maloff
Room at 11 a.m. Mincha is sched-
uled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Sunday
services are held at 9 a.m. paily
services are at 7 a.m. _
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM wil'
hold Friday evening services a*
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kron
ish officiating. Subject of his ser-
mon is scheduled as: The Cinema
Turns To Religion. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portion of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 am
when Richard Paul, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Alexander Robbins, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
Mrs. Weinstein Talk Due
Chaim Weizmann Group of Ha-
dassah will meet on December 28.
8 p.m.. at the Miami Jewish Com
munity Center, 450 SW 16th Av
enue. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, immediate past
president of the greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. She is vice
president of the Florida Region ol
Hadassah and chairman of the Flor
ida Region Zionist Youth Commis
sion.
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Palmer to be Honored at Testimonial *~J?*^
January 10th; Ben Essen Toastmaster
BMNstimonial dinner
honoring Sidney H Palmer, who
CWK-lud' fl five consecutive tents
its president, will he tendered
on January' 10. 1954 at the
ling Hotel. Miami Beach, by
iigregation Beth El and its affii-
groups. The dinner banquet
itvfjping given in recognition of
Palmer's service to the congrega-
tion and for his part in building
and establishing Miami's first all-
day Hebrew school, the Beth El
Academy
I Under Palmer's leadership, the
congregation has greatly expand-
ed, adding to the original building
five new classrooms, the Rabbis
study, offices, academy hall, and
a large auditorium.
Palmer has long been identified
with the growth of Miami's Jewish
community He made his first trip
to Miami in 1921. During his resi-
dence in Miami, he was closely
aligned with many religious and
philanthropic groups and was one
11 the first Jews to have been hon-
ored by the State and to receive
the commission of Lt. Colonel and
Personal Aide on the staff of the
Governor of Florida.
Palmer is a Mason, holding his
membership in Biscayne Lodge No.
124 for the past 25 years. He is a
member of the Scottish Rite Bodies
and is Past Monarch of Gazna ('.rot
1o MOVPER of Miami. He also
*erved four terms as Patron of
Emunah Chapter No. 175. Order of
the Eastern Star. He is a member
of the BPOE No. 948 of Elks. Bal-
timore Aerie Order of Eagles, Vi-
dalia Camp of Woodmen of the
World and a member of the Miami
gcach Lodge Knights of Pythias.
Palmer served as president of
Congregation Beth David three and
a half years, in addition to his pre-
sidency at Congregation Beth El
for five consecutive terms. He was
president of the Miami Avenue
Merchants Association and is a
member of the Manufacturers As-
sociation of Greater Miami
He has been serving as secretary
and executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association for 12 consecutive
ts. He is a member of the Board
*i. Governors of the Greater Mi-
ni Jewish Federation and a mem
tt of the Board of Directors of
he Greater Miami Jewish Commit-
jity Centers Palmer is also a mem
fr of the Board of Directors of
be Hebrew Free Loan Society-
He is a life member of the Jew
ih Home for the Aged and was
one of the charter members of the
Jewish War Veterans of Greater
Miami and a life member of the
Allied War Veterans of the World
Palmer is a member of the Vladeck
Branch No. 692. Workmen's Circle,
and an honorary citizen of Boys
Town He is a member of the Mi-
ami Chamber of ommerce.
Palmer is a graduate of the
American School of Practipedics.
During World War II. he served
with the IS Coast Guard Auxiliary
and was honorably discharged at
the conclusion of the war.
Ben Essen, local attorney, will
be toastmaster of the evening.
Tbjt dinner Banquet Committee
)- beaded by Dr Shmaryahu T
S-wifiky. Beth El spiritual leader.
Max Silver. Philip Berkowitz. Al
Brandeis AJC Lunch
Brandeis (ha pter. American
Jewish Congress, will have a mem-'
tership dessert luncheon at the
Sea Gull Hotel on Monday. De-
cember 28th. 1 p.m. Jerry Kogan,
son of Mrs. Yetta Kogan. Division
president, will be the speaker of
the day.
Ttie unveiline of a monument to
the memory of the late Kaltaan C. j
Burns, formerly Drive. Miami Beach, will take place .
undey. January 3rd. 11:30 a.m.
at Mem: Ometery. w
R>bt Ir\in; Letirmaa officiating
Mr Burns i rarvived by hi wi!
Lillian: four daughters. Mrs. Ellen
Mae Cohen. Greensboro. North
Carolina. Mrv Gioria Berger. Buf
falo. Nt* York. Mr. Rostjm Silver
man. Ctrictgn, Il'inois: and Miss
Joyce Burns Mr Burn< also leaves
his son. Maurice. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Weiner Unveiling
SHmty N. Mm*
Zisman. Burnette Roth. Hon. Mayor
Abe Aronovitz of Muuni and Hon.
Harold Shapiro. Mayor of Miami
Beach.
Dedication of a monument to th^
memory of the late Harry J. Wei
ner. formerly >t 82*3 Ocean Drive
will take place Sunday. December
. 27th at 130 p.m at ML Sinai Ceme
tery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
, officiating. Mr. Weiner is survived
by his wife, three sons, including
Edward of Miami, and one daugh-
, ter. Betty Kout; also two brothers
I and five sisters. Thurmond Monu-
j ment Company is in charge of ar-
rangements Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Honig Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory' of the late Rabbi
Jacob J Honig. former spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai of Holly-
Of, Fla will take place Sunday.
:h-i 27th, at 2:30 p.m. at Mt.
Sinai Yiemorial Park Cemetery
with Rubbis Moses Mescheloff of
Beth Jacob Congregation and David
Shapiro of Temple Sinai Congrega-
tion of Hollywood. Fla., officiating.
Rabbi Honig is survived by his
wife Bornice E., two sons, Barry
H. and Daniel I.: also two brothers,
Nat Honig of New York and Dr.
I Honig of Topeka. Kan-
ar.d three sisters, Mrs. Pearl
llousman. Mrs. Bert Schiller and
Mrs. Blossom Shilton, all of New
York. Arrangements are in charge
FRIDAY, DECEMBER* 1$J
" monument'
pany. Friends and rea*J
asked to attend.
*
Hoffman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Rev. Aaron
Hoffman, formerly of 1438 SW
14th Street will take place Sun-
day, December 27th at 2 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiat-
ing. Rev. Hoffman is survived by
his wife Lillian and a sister. Mrs.
Ida Tartell. of Jamaica. NY. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Co. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Saslow Unveiling
Dedication of a moment to the
memory of the late Harry Saslow.
formerly of 226 Jefferson Avenue,
will take place Sunday. December
27th at 1:30 p.m at ML Swai Ceme
tery. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating. Mr. Saslow is survived
by his wife. Motile; two sons. Jo-
seph and Mortimer; two daughters.
Mrs. Pauline Silver and Miss Fay-
Rita Saslow Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company: friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Abelson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Benja-
min Abelson. formerly of 1752
SW 10th Street, will take place
Sunday. December 27th at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery' with Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciating. Mr. Abelson is survived by
his wife Rose, his mother Yetta,
his son Milliard, of Buffalo and a
daughter. Mrs. Samuel Goodrich,
of Miami; also four sisters, Mrs.
Mary Neff. Lillian Gediman, Violet
Gelb and Mrs. Eleanor Schneider,
all of Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company: friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Soller Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Max Sol-
ler formerly of 2365 SW 9th St..
will take place Sunday. December
27th at 330 p.m at Mt Sinai Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Morris Skop offi-
ciating. Mr Soller is survived by
his wife, one son. three daughters
including Mrs Mildred Kammin
sky and Mrs Mathilda Grarf. one
sister and one brother Arrange-'
ments are in charge of Thurmond \
Monument Company: friends and'
relatives are asked to attend.
Wayner Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Murrav
Wayner. formerly of 515 Palermo.
Coral Gables, will take place Sun-1
day. December 27th at 1:30 p m. at j
Mt Nebo Cemetery' with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating Mr. Way
ner is survived by his wife, Syl-
via, two sons. Stephen Alan and
Barry Lee. and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Wayner; also one
sister. Mildred. Arrangements arc
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company; friends and relatives are
asked to be present..
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953
Demonstration
Classes Slated
Demonstration classes for all He-
brew teachers of Greater Miami
have been scheduled by the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education in cooper-
ation with the Jewish schools. Ses-
sions will be held at 2 p.m. before
live classes at the demonstration
schools.
On Thursday, classes were held
at Temple Beth Sholom with Miss
Nettie Goldstein as demonstration
teacher.
On Monday, December 28th,
classes will be held at Miami Beach
Jewish Center, with Mrs. Miriam
Solkoff demonstrating. On Tues-
day, Mrs. Rebecca Kelemer will
demonstrate before her class at
the Miami Hebrew School.
On Wednesday, Gregory Rosen-
kranz will present a demonstration
lesson before his class at the Beth
David Congregation.
The final session will include a
workshop in recent Israeli songs
conducted by Rafi Adler. Follow-
ing all demonstration classes the
teachers will evaluate and discuss
the methods used in an attempt to
improve classroom techniques.
JewlstinnrM***
Pioneer Women Gather
Clothing for Israel
Pioneer Women's Council of
Greater Miami is collecting clothes
for Israel, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Mrs.
Anna Sorin Bild. Collection head-
quarters are at 1251 SW 22nd
Street. In charge of the drive are
Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Mrs. Anna
Frey.
Miami Sisterhood to
Hear Rabbi April
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School arid Congregation will meet
on Tuesday, December 29th, at 1
p.m., it has been announced by
Mrs. William Weintraub, president.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual lead-
er, will discuss: Does A House Con-
stitute A Home.
PAGE 13
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Leven, of 7825 NE 1st Avenue, celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary Thursday with a family
dinner at the Colony Restaurant, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating. The couple have been residents here since 1929.
coming from Atlanta. Georgia. Mr. Leven was in the retail
grocery business until his retirement in 1946. They have four
children. Edward .Leven, Mrs. Joseph Walker and Mrs. Sol
Weinkle, all of Miami, and William Leven, of Chicago. There
are six grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Ethical Society to Hear
Hirsch on Drama
Sam Hirsch, originator of the
annual Shakespeare FestivaFat the
University of Miami and founder of
the Casablanca Playhouse 'In all-
ami Beach, will address the Miami
Society for Ethical Culture on Sun-
day, December 27th, 10 a.m., at the
Lindsey Hopkins School, 1410 NE
2nd Avenue. His subject is: The
Drama In The Modern World. Ad-
mission is free.
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Shapiros Are on Program
Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro,
of Miami Beach, will be the prin-
cipal attractions on the program
of the Louise Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, Monday, Decem-
ber 28th, I p.m., at the Hotel Monte
Carlo. Mayor Shapiro will give a
short talk, and Mrs. Shapiro will
render Israeli musical interpreta-
tions.
Klein Initiated into
Nu Beta Epsilon
Nathaniel J. Klein, chairman of
the Florida Bar Association's Board
of Law examiners, has been initi-
ated into Nu Beta Epsilon, legal
frateYnMy, by the Theta Chapter
at the University of Miami Law
School.
Officers elected at the same
meeting, presided over Monday by
Arthur J. Franza, past chancellor
of the UM Chapter, are Murray
Shear, chancellor; Dick Goodman,
vice chancellor; Larry Hollander,
treasurer; Fay Becker, recording
scribe; Don Norman, correspond-
ing scribe; Victor Rosentbal, war-
den; and Stanton Callet, publicity
director.
Beach Center Men Slate
Evening with Rabbi
Judge Irving Cypen, president of
the Men's Club of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, will preside at the
next meeting scheduled for Mon-
day, December 28th, 8:30 p.m., in
the Center social hall.
The meeting will be designated
as An Evening With The Rabbi.
Scheduled is a "behind-the-scenes"
talk by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the Center, on
phases of his pastoral work. Can-
tar Philip Briuamer will offer must-
Special Film at Beth
Jacob on Wednesday
Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president of
the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob, announces that a spe-
cial showing of the technicolor
film, A Holiday In Miami And Mi
ami Beach, will be featured at a
meeting in Beth Jacob Synagogue
Wednesday evening, December
30th, 8 p.m.
The picture will serve as a basis
for the development of the activi-
ties of the congregation and the
Sisterhood in keeping with the
growth of the community, accord-
ing to Mrs. Shafkin.
Mrs. Leo Meyer will report on
the completion of the school room
equipment project for the Talmud
Torah. Mrs. Abraham Bergman
will report on the Junior Congre-
gation services.
Mrs. John Starr and Mrs. Jean
Kruger are chairmen.
Assisting as hostesses are the
Mesdames Jack Wucher, Aaron
Weingarten, Harry Shopiro. Irving
Blum, Morris Frank, Malvine
ScaWartz, Harry Decky, Pauline
Chill, Anne Berow, Meyer, Jacob
Katz, Bess Felt and Rose Hayes.
Mrs. Louise Wolfe is chair-
man of the dinner-dance
scheduled by the Miami
Chapter, National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, on Sunday
evening, December 27th, 7
p.m., at the Latin Quarter.
Acting as co-chairman is Mrs.
Phil Bendell.
ol sections.
Detroit Club Nominates
Detroit Social Club of Greater
Miami will meet in the card room
of the International Hotel on Sat-
urday evening, December 26th, at
8 p.m. Nomination of officers will
take place. Quarters for the meet-
ing are given by Isidor Kowal,
owner of the Empress and Interna-
tional Hotels.
SUB-CONTRACTS WANTED
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small parts assembling, collating, handling of mall
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)AY, DECEMBER 25, 1953
JLt^hUkfHrtr
LEGAL NOTICE
[ZTTlRCUIT COURT OF THE
LHENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
rlU. DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
No. 106038
F0R DADE CO
j;^NCjHAOKEKNBERU. Plaintiff
[!: a. <
;!: BEN 11 ntO, I >efendant.
LoTICe BY PUBLICATION
|M* Yellowstone Boulevard
,.si HHI-. Long Island,
ABVrUsiUCBY NOTIFIED
Hill of Complaint for Divorce
.,. fllc.l against you in lbs
entitled cause and you aic
,,.,.,,,,, -, I l.i serve a copy or
.%'., to tbe Bill of V"Jl"i"'
Inttff's BttOrnays. and rile the"
in the office of the Clerk of
.rcull Court on or before the
,i v cf January, 1854: otherwise.
., o.nfesso wiU be enter-
iJ7,ol'l.e''s'hnll be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
I JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I.'il at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
, .member, ^THmUAVt
Deputy Clerk
,],,,! SILVER A MlJLLOY
neys for Plaintiff
undress Building, Miami, Fla.
I 1-s-H ________________
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLEXOID'S. at Imki N.W Till Ave
intend to register -aid name with the
C|rk of the Ctrcull Court of Dads
County Florida
ERIC MA.NVII.I.E
ERWIN It ELLER
SANFORD s FADNCB
Attorney for Applicants
1717 Congress Hldg.
I2/IS-2.'< 1/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREKT GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l.usi...-.-- under the fictitious name of
SUNSET Q1FTWARJC, at mil 3th
Street. Miami Beach, intend to rag.
later said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade Countv, I'lor
Ida.
IRVING BERGER
SAMI'KL ROFF
12/18-25 1/1-8
rNOTICE BY PUBLICATION_____
rHE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH|
kVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
iNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S60Z2
(RAY COHEN, Plaintiff
IaNOR COHEN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELEANOR COHEN
934 Carroll Street
Br.-.klvn. New York. New York
ELEANOR COHEN, are here-
n'tifled that a Bill of Complaint
[Divorce has been filed against
.iii.l you are required to serve a
J of voiir Answer or Pleading to
folll of Complaint on the plaintiffs
nev, SEYMOUR B. I.IEHMAN,
605 Lincoln Road, Miami- Beach,
liil.. nii.l file tin- original Answer
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
cult Court on or before the
da> nf January, l !:. if you fall
,, ho, judgment by default will
taken against you for the relief
landed in the Hill of Complaint.
is notice shall be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
III: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
JUNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
fiila, this Hit day of December,
E B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
i;. \i c. GREEN,
nit Conn Seal) Deputy Clerk
'Mum B. I.IEHMAN. Esq.
diiii-i for I'l.iintiff
[Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
1/1-8-15________________________
-ERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
fcUTHORITY OF THE 8TATE
OF FLORIDA
AI.I. To WlloM THESE PRES-
l"s SHALL COME. OHEET1NOS:
Is to certify that, whereas,
it: V IluVerger, Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER KBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under thftrfjcrFtlous:'name pf
MERCURY RE _3I_D DISTRIBU-
TORS, at 436 ith 'sfj Miami.
Dade County, Fla.T traiid, H register
said name with the cwrlr dT*the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Jflorida.
SAUL BRtV>KMIRK
ROME BROOK Ml RE
ERSTUNO, ZL'OKI.RMAN
A EHRICH
Attorneys for Applicants
976 W. Flagler St.
12/4-11-18-25
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29365-A
RE: estate OF
gOFIK DIENER, also known as
BOFIA DIENER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that I have
filed nn. fin.ii report and petition fot
Final Discharge as Exei utor of the
estate of SOFJK DIENER, ,,!-., known
u BOFIA DIENER, deceaaaed: and
that on tin- itti 6g) ,,f January. II ..:
I will apply to Hi,. Honorable v, I
BLANTON, County Judge of Dada
('..untv. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final .li-
as Executor of tbe Estate of HOFIE
I >IEN I R, also know n as S( il'IA
DIENER. deceased.
This 27th day of November, 1*53
1*1 ABRAHAM DIENER
Aliiaham Dice, a- Executor
of th< Batata of
Sum: DIENER, a/k/a
SOI- IA DIENER. I'e, ,.,.!
MYERS. 1IK1.MAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
12/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BROWNS MARKET, at W24 N.W.
22nd Avenue, Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY I ZAL.PH, Sole Owner
ROBERT M UEEHI,
Attorney for Applicant
'in, sVylxild Bldg.
12/4-11-ll-tt
rles H. Dennis. MJaml, Florida
>hen F. Kessler. MJfmi, Florida
on the 21st day of Shnuary. A.D*
J, cause to be incorporated under
provisions of Chapter 10098. Laws
J Florida. Acts of 1925. THE Du-
IRGER-DBNNIS CORP., a corpora-
with its principal place of busl-
at Miami, Dade County, In the
lie of Florida, and whereas the
ckholders of auch corporation did
the 10th day of December, A.D.
\ Cause to be filed In the office OT
\ Secretary of state of the State of
^rlda, a Consent of all the stock -
i-t under the provisions of said
pter 28170. Uwn of Florida. Acts
I."i3, Showing the dissolution of
rli corporation, and the Secretary of
ite Is satisfied that the requlre-
puti of law have been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the tenth day of Decem-
ber, A.D. 1953.
R. A. CRAY.
Secretary of State.
BAD
,15/11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FREDERICKS RRFRIfl ERATION
AND AIR CO.NIHTIONINO. at 7134
N.W, 1st Avenue. Miami. Dade Coun-
tv. Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
FREDERICK HLRW1CH
i ill.BERT .1. BALKIN
Attorney for Owner
HH Congress Building, Miami, Florida
12/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-18212
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
BEN BOSK IN. holder of Countv Tax
Sale Certificate No. 6457 issued the
28th day of May. A.D. 1951. has filed
same in my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to he Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described arqperty in
the County of Dade, St_.e of Florida.
to-wit:
Lots 23 & 24. Block 3, Dade Villa.
Plat Bonk Mi Page 70. containing
.12 Acres more or less. In the
County of Dade. State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: HEI.MA J. ANDERSON
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of January, KM, which Is the 4th day
of January. 1954,
Hated this 1st day of December,
1953.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
k of Circuit Court,
Dade c,,unty. Florida
By N C. STERRETT,
Circuit Court S...I Deputy Clark
12/4-11-1^-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the uudei signed, desiring to engage In
T,m!'('^!!l,l''',r.,,h-e,,l,,,l,lous "al"c of
IKI.AM l'.|. 1SI.K BEAUTY SALON,
at ftth st. Causeway, Miami. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court or Dade County,
B .'il U l.i.
12/Il-l-2.,:K':|n|,A BURME8TBR
... NOTICEnsV-PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164678
ROSE MILLER. Plaintiff
vs.
BAMUEL miller. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BAMUEL MILLER.
o/o m. Solomon,
IM-HA nth Avenue.
Bayalde. Long Island. .New York
You, s \.Mii:i. MILDER, are here-
bj notified that itill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
i ppy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaint-
iffs Attorney, FRANK CoH.N. One
Lincoln ltd. Bldg.. Miami Beach It,
Floilda. and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit .Court on or before the
12th day of January, 1954. If you fall
to do so. Judgment'py default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
inanded'ln the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of December,
A.D. IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) DeputJ Clerk
FRANK C.oilN
One Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
Miami Beach 39. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/11-18-25 1/1
'"COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
KK BBTATs.'oF***-*
NO^C,e:'bF!-VN'T,E;NTloN"TOSMAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
i .!',' ,h',|ll,v given that I
naye filed my final report and
"on for Final Discharge ..- Executor
'.''.' Wll and t. i,....., ,,
BABEL .L\e,,|,so.\. ......
Mutton the 11th day of Januari
t" \\|,;i'',-v'" ""' "<">rable FRAN
B DOW UNO, County Judge ol
county, Florida, for approv .1 ol
final report and for final discha
Executor or the Last Will and Ti
merit of ISABEL JACOBSON, .e -
This Tt'i .lay of I .... .-ml,,.-.
HARRY JACOBSON,
Executor or ti. Last wm
and Testiiiuent of
ISABEL JACOBSON
HARRY ZCKIBRNICK <"**"*
attorney tor Executor
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, FlI.
I85J.
"
" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE GRIDDLE, at 179 N.E. 79th
Street, Intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING MELL,
MARTIN ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
45 N.W. 27th Ave.
12/4-11-18-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
-ORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31720B
_ Re: ESTATE Oh'
[WILLIAM WOLFF. Deceased
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
[Inc Claims or Demands Against
Raid Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
D'iili.i and required to present any
ninis and demands which you, or
Jher of you, may have against the
Itate of WILLIAM WOIJT, deceas-
late of Dade County. Florida, to
* Honorable County Judges of I>ade
tiunty, and file the same In their
"flees in the County Courthouse In
nde County, Florida, within eight
tlendar months from the date of the
rst publication hereof. Said claims
demands to contain the legal ad-
^csh of the claimant and to be sworn
and presented as aforesaid, or same
III be barred.
[Date December 21, A.D. 1963.
ARTHUR A. KIMMEL.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
Wll.l.i A \ Deceased.
IoRTon ROTHENRERO
lltnrney for Executor
1'25 1/1-8-15
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 ROSNER
SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG
SHE1NER A SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
304 Roper Building, Miami, Florida
12/4-11-18-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.REBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
AUTO TRANSPORT SER\ It. E. at
1440 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit court
of Dade County. Florida. __
HARRY HOLTZMAN. Sole Owner
RICHARD MUROFF
Attorneys for Harry HolUman
12/4-11-18-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[notice is hereby given thnt
undersigned, desiring to engage In
Uslness under the flitltlous name of
I1TCH FORK DRIVE-IN and RES-
[AURANT, al Ittl Fifth St., Miami
leach, Florida, Intends to register
nie with the Clerk of the Cir-
iilt Court of Dade County, Mori.l.i
A. 1. KLEINMAN
M'.ol.D '/.INN
attorney f, a 1 Klelnman
1/1-8-K,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
uslness under the fictitious nai
LTIVs .v CHUCK'S GROCERY, at
l N.W, 7th Street. Miami, Intends
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
lorlda.
f F.SBLER
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. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register aa id name withithe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florid;., lbv1N80n
HAROLD ="'
12/4-11-18-25
LEV1NSON
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334
In Re:
Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWTTZ,
also known as BOPHIE MEYERSON,
also known as SOPHIE MF.YRI90N,
11, eased.
CITATION
TITE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To AI'KAM MEYERGOSS. and to his
wife, his children and grandchildren,
whose names and residences are un-
known, to JOSEPH GEN8TEIN,
whose residence Is unknown: t<. the
children and grandchlldien of cELIi:
GENSTEIN, Deceased, whose names
and residences are unknown: to the
widow of i \'-"B MEYERGOSS. I" -
ceased, and to the children ami grund-
children of JACOB JIEYERGOS8, P.-
ceased*. 4v^K>se names and resiliences
are unknown: to the widow of ELI
MEYERGOSS, Deceased, and to the
children and grandchildren of ELI
MEYEROOSS. I> .-.eased, whose
names and residences are unknown.
and to all parties known and un-
known, claiming by. through or under
any of the above parties, and to all
persons whomsoever claiming any in-
terest In and to the estate of the
above named decedent, as provided in
Paragraph Ninth, (a), (bL (c) and
(d), of her Last Will and Testament.
and to all of the unknown heirs, de-
visees and legatees claiming, pr en-
titled to claim, under said portion- of
the Laat Will and Testament
above, named decedent, j and
other persons ..lu-erne.t: .......,,,.,,
YOU ARE HEREBY- NOTIFIED
that a Petition has been filed praying
for a determination of the benefici-
aries of the alsive named decedent
and for a determination as to whether
or not the above name* parti.
dead and have been absent for seven
vears or more from the place of theli
last domoclle, and you arc further
notified that on the 19th day- of Janu-
ary, 1954, at 11:30 o'clock. A.M. tes-
timony will lie taken before the HON
ORABLK W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge, concerning the alleged ahsen. e
of the above named part es, who are
supposed ami believed to be dead and
the circumstances and duration there-
of, and ou are hereby required to
file vour written defenses to said
Petition within forty (40) day..after
the first publication hereof Should
you fail therein. Decree wffl bejJllter-
ed In due course upon said 1 Utlon.
WITNESS my hand and seal ol
said Court at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 27th day of November.
1 ii/W. F. BLANTON ,
W F BI.ANTON. County Judge
GEORGE CHERTKOF
07-ll Olvmnla Building #
Miami, Florida
Executor for above estate
12/4-U-1S-25 ________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersign,-.!, desiring to engage in
business under the fi. titious name of
AUTO MAINTENANCE SERVICE, at
:M1" N.W, l*th Sti.et. Miami, intend
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
CHARLES TORRCELLA
ELWOOD E. HORTON
M LNUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
82J Flagler St
l2/18-2a 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27981-B
RE: ESTATE OF
SOLOMON PODGAR8KY, also
known as Sol I'odgarsky. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
final Discharge as Administratrix pi
the estate of SOLOMON PODQAR-
SKY, also known as Sol Podgaraky,
deceased: and that on the UKh day
of January, 1951. I will apply to the
Honorable Countv Judges of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final dlsoharge ..s
Administratrix of the estat, ol
SOLOMON POIKiARSKY. also known
as Sol Podgarsky. deceased.
This 15th day or December. 19..3.
JESSIE PODUARSKY
MYERS. HE1MA.N A KAPLAN
Attorneys for
Jessie Podgarsky, Administratrix
It 18-SS -- 1 1-8
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164333
JOEL ISAACS, Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSIE ISAACS. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JESSIE ISAACS
141 A West End Avenue,
Brooklyn. NY.
c/o nlrsoh
You are hereby notified that I:
of Complaint for Divorce ha
filed against v.,....awl you are;
ed to serve a copy OIL your
or Pleading to the Bllliif Cn
on the plaintiffs Attorney
M. CAIN, 2518 Weal Flagler
Miami. Fla.. and file the origin
wer or Pleading In the office of
Clerk or the Circuit Court on or
fore the llth day or January. R.'t
11 you fall to do so. Judgment by di -
fault will he taken agalnsl you f.
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published on"-e
ea.h week for foui consecutive weel
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Ml
Florida, this 9th day of December,
A.D. USt.
B. I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida.
Bj WM W BTOCKINO.
I Circuit Court Seal)
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2S18 W.st Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.
12 11-18-28 l l
Deputy Cleric
of the
to all
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under he fictitious nanie of
- CASTER and V, '-1 '''", ?.' .
* ,. coLLECTINO AGENCY, at Sey-
Mlaml Ave.. Miami, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of jCir-
,-ul. Court of Ij-^k' TlALAOA0'1'1''-
PLOTKIN
12/4-11-18-2B
MAX
NOTIC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
b
C
bold BUimM/' Mta"""nSL,dfiU%,rk
to regl.-tei said name with the clerk
,',; Ihe Circuit Court of Da*. County.
nor,,ta- c. CASTER l',Vi/v
W E PIERCE <4)
KASS \NI> FELLER
Attorneys for
C. Caster and
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitiousinanM of
ELLIOT PEARL SAIL BELENKE
gnd BURTON BELENKE, Partners,
,i i, ., n.HSE OF WATCHES,
Beybold Building, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk Ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ELLIOTT PEARL (1 '8)
s ML BELENKE l I)
BURTON BELENKE (1/3)
KASS AND I I'LLER
Attorneys for Elliott Pea. 1.
Saul Belenke and Burton R.lcnke,
Partners, d/b/a House of Watches
12/18-21 1/1-8___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
ti.,- undersigned, desiring to engag.
business under the fictitious name nt
Till: BAZAAR, at 8011 N.K. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend '
register -..LI name with the Clerk of
tlie Circuit Court of Hade County,
'""i"a .T.-LIAN- KOTI.I-.L
HILDA KOTLER
KOVNIiR ft MANNHE1MER
Alt... nev s for The Kaza.i-e
I! 11-18-25 1/1_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In.
business under the fictitious name oi
TROPICAL SALES CO., at 3o B.W.
'.'Tth Ave. Miami, intend to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, ""o"
w .1 COUTH
SAXFf>RD S. FAUNCE
Attorney for Applicants
1717 Congress Bids;.
It 11-18-B i/l
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29926
RE. ESTATE OF
SARAH IDA C.LICKMAN, pecotiasd
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE .
NOTICE Is hereby given t
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as A trator of the estate of SARAH: IDA
C.LICKMAN. deceased; and that on
the llth day of January, 54, I will
apply to the Honorable I-TlANKR
IMIWLINO. County Judge of Hade
Countv. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of SAR-
AH IDA GLICKMAN. deceased
This Tth day of pvgPg&t.^5?'
NATHANIEL OLICKMAN
MILTON A. F-RIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
12/11-18-25 1/1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
iki Nin FOR DADE COUNT v,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 31356-A
In Re: K8TATE.OF
'l.o'llS i.lSKoWlTZ. Deceased
ToAIl Creditors and All PsrmsHav.
Ing Claims or Demands Against
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c,l\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Inislness under the fictitious name of
BAY PLAZA REACTY SALON
N E '.(Hi St., Miami. Intends t i
with the Clerk of
of Dade County.
480 .
register sai.i name
the Circuit Court
Florida.
12/11-1S-2.". 1 1
ANN REIS
nieOLUTI0N OF PARTNERSHIP
Dj?OTICE IS HEBEBT OIVEN th-t
the undersigned, engaged in the bust-
oVk-HA^sffen^
Southwest Douglas Road, Minn.
BWlda have dissolved ths said part-
nirshlP and use of the trade name by
^'^josSpiKe^T'nianilo,',
^^V'k-offYer
EDMOND O. ItoFF-LER
HI'TNER ft HllTNER
0;^r^.a,rBldg,,:,,M..!nl. Florida
12/11-18-fe I/"_________________
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)AY, DECEMBER 25, 1953 JLt^hUkfHrtr LEGAL NOTICE [ZTTlRCUIT COURT OF THE L H ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN rlU. DADE COUNTY. FLORNo. 106038 F0 R DADE CO j;^ N C j HA OKEKNBERU. Plaintiff [!•: A. < ;!: BEN 11 ntO, I >efendant. LoTICe BY PUBLICATION |M* Yellowstone Boulevard „,. s i HHI-. Long Island, AB VrUsiUCBY NOTIFIED Hill of Complaint for Divorce .,.„ fllc.l against you in lbs entitled cause and you aic ,,.,.,,,,, -, I l.i serve a copy or .%'., to tbe Bill of V"Jl"i"' Inttff's BttOrnays. and rile the" in the office of the Clerk of .rcull Court on or before the ,i v cf January, 1854: otherwise. ., o.nfesso wiU be enteriJ7,ol'l.e''s'hnll be published once week for four consecutive weeks I JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I.'il at Miami. Florida, this 23rd „, .member, ^ THmUAVt Deputy Clerk ,],,,! %  SILVER A MlJLLOY neys for Plaintiff %  undress Building, Miami, Fla. I 1-s-H LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLEXOID'S. at IMKI N.W Till Ave intend to register -aid name with the C|rk of the Ctrcull Court of Dads County Florida ERIC MA.NVII.I.E ERWIN It ELLER SANFORD s FADNCB Attorney for Applicants 1717 Congress Hldg. I2/IS-2.'< — 1/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREKT GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in l.usi...-.-under the fictitious name of SUNSET Q1FTWARJC, at mil 3th Street. Miami Beach, intend to rag. later said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, I'lor Ida. IRVING BERGER SAMI'KL ROFF 12/18-25 — 1/1-8 rNOTICE BY PUBLICATION rHE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH| kVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE iNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S60Z2 (RAY COHEN, Plaintiff IANOR COHEN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ELEANOR COHEN 934 Carroll Street Br.-.klvn. New York. New York ELEANOR COHEN, are heren'tifled that a Bill of Complaint [Divorce has been filed against .iii.l you are required to serve a J of voiir Answer or Pleading to folll of Complaint on the plaintiffs %  nev, SEYMOUR B. I.IEHMAN, 605 Lincoln Road, MiamiBeach, liil.. nii.l file tinoriginal Answer Pleading In the office of the Clerk %  cult Court on or before the da> nf January, l !•:• %  if you fall ,, HO, judgment by default will •taken against you for the relief landed in the Hill of Complaint. is notice shall be published once week for four consecutive weeks III: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. JUNE AND ORDERED at Miami. fiila, this Hit day of December, E B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida i;. \i c. GREEN, •nit Conn Seal) Deputy Clerk 'Mum B. I.IEHMAN. Esq. DI iii-i for I'l.iintiff [Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. — 1/1-8-15 -ERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE fcUTHORITY OF THE 8TATE OF FLORIDA AI.I. To WlloM THESE PRESl"s SHALL COME. OHEET1NOS: Is to certify that, whereas, IT: V IluVerger, Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER KBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under thftrfjcrFtlous:'name pf MERCURY RE _3I_D DISTRIBUTORS, at 436 ith 'sfj Miami. Dade County, Fla.T traiid, H register said name with the cwrlr dT*the Circuit Court of Dade County. Jflorida. SAUL BRtV>KMIRK ROME BROOK Ml RE ERSTUNO, ZL'OKI.RMAN A EHRICH Attorneys for Applicants 976 W. Flagler St. 12/4-11-18-25 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29365-A RE: ESTATE OF gOFIK DIENER, also known as BOFIA DIENER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that I have filed nn. fin.ii report and petition fot Final Discharge as Exei utor of the estate of SOFJK DIENER, ,,!-., known u BOFIA DIENER, deceaaaed: and that on tinitti 6g) ,,f January. II ..: I will apply to Hi,. Honorable v, I BLANTON, County Judge of Dada ('..untv. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final .lias Executor of tbe Estate of HOFIE I >IEN I R, also know n as S( il'IA DIENER. deceased. This 27th day of November, 1*53 1*1 ABRAHAM DIENER Aliiaham Dice, aExecutor of th< Batata of Sum: DIENER, a/k/a SOIIA DIENER. I'e, %  .,.! MYERS. 1IK1.MAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor 12/4-11-18-25 • LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BROWNS MARKET, at W24 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY I„ ZAL.PH, Sole Owner ROBERT M UEEHI, Attorney for Applicant 'in, sVylxild Bldg. 12/4-11-ll-tt rles H. Dennis. MJaml, Florida >hen F. Kessler. MJfmi, Florida on the 21st day of Shnuary. A.D* J, cause to be incorporated under provisions of Chapter 10098. Laws J Florida. Acts of 1925. THE DuIRGER-DBNNIS CORP., a corporawith its principal place of buslat Miami, Dade County, In the lie of Florida, and whereas the ckholders of auch corporation did the 10th day of December, A.D. \ Cause to be filed In the office OT \ Secretary of state of the State of ^rlda, a Consent of all the stock iT under the provisions of said pter 28170. Uwn of Florida. Acts I."i3, Showing the dissolution of rli corporation, and the Secretary of ite Is satisfied that the requlreputi of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the tenth day of December, A.D. 1953. R. A. CRAY. Secretary of State. BAD ,15/11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FREDERICKS RRFRIfl ERATION AND AIR CO.NIHTIONINO. at 7134 N.W, 1st Avenue. Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. FREDERICK HLRW1CH i ill.BERT .1. BALKIN Attorney for Owner HH Congress Building, Miami, Florida 12/4-11-18-25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File A-18212 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that BEN BOSK IN. holder of Countv Tax Sale Certificate No. 6457 issued the 28th day of May. A.D. 1951. has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to he Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described arqperty in the County of Dade, St_.e of Florida. to-wit: Lots 23 & 24. Block 3, Dade Villa. Plat Bonk Mi Page 70. containing .12 Acres more or less. In the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was in the name of: HEI.MA J. ANDERSON Unless said certificate shall he redeemed according to law. the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of January, KM, which Is the 4th day of January. 1954, Hated this 1st day of December, 1953. E. B. WEATHERMAN. k of Circuit Court, Dade c,,unty. Florida By N C. STERRETT, Circuit Court S...I Deputy Clark 12/4-11-1^-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the uudei signed, desiring to engage In T m '('^!! l l ''', r ., ,h e ,l,,,l,lous al "c of IKI.AM l'.|. 1SI.K BEAUTY SALON, at ftth st. Causeway, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County, B .'il U l.i. 12/Il-l-2. ,:K : | n | ,A BURME8 TBR ... NOTICEnsV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164678 ROSE MILLER. Plaintiff vs. BAMUEL MILLER. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BAMUEL MILLER. o/o M. Solomon, IM-HA nth Avenue. Bayalde. Long Island. .New York You, s \.Mii:i. MILDER, are herebj notified that %  itill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve %  i ppy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, FRANK CoH.N. One Lincoln ltd. Bldg.. Miami Beach It, Floilda. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit .Court on or before the 12th day of January, 1954. If you fall to do so. Judgment'py default will he taken against you for the relief deinanded'ln the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 7th day of December, A.D. IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida By R. H. RICE. JR. (Circuit Court Seal) DeputJ Clerk FRANK C.oilN One Lincoln Rd. Bldg. Miami Beach 39. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/11-18-25 — 1/1 '"COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA KK BBTATs.'oF***-* NO^C e : 'b F !-V N T E ; NTloN"TO S MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE i .!',' %  h ,|ll,v given that I naye filed my final report and "on for Final Discharge ..Executor '.''.' Wll and T. i, „ ,, BABEL .L\e,,|,so.\. Mutton the 11th day of Januari t" \\ |,; i'',-v'" ""' "<">rable FRAN B DOW UNO, County Judge ol county, Florida, for approv .1 ol final report and for final discha Executor or the Last Will and Ti merit of ISABEL JACOBSON, .e This Tt'i .lay of I .... .-ml,,. -. HARRY JACOBSON, Executor or ti„. Last wm and Testiiiuent of ISABEL JACOBSON HARRY ZCKIBRNICK <"**" %  attorney tor Executor 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, FlI. I85J. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE GRIDDLE, at 179 N.E. 79th Street, Intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING MELL, MARTIN ROTH Attorney for Applicant 45 N.W. 27th Ave. 12/4-11-18-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, -ORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31720B Re: ESTATE Oh' [WILLIAM WOLFF. Deceased All Creditors and All Persons Hav[Inc Claims or Demands Against Raid Estate: %  You, and each of you, are hereby D'iili.i and required to present any ninis and demands which you, or Jher of you, may have against the Itate of WILLIAM WOIJT, deceaslate of Dade County. Florida, to Honorable County Judges of I>ade tiunty, and file the same In their "flees in the County Courthouse In nde County, Florida, within eight tlendar months from the date of the rst publication hereof. Said claims demands to contain the legal ad^CSH of the claimant and to be sworn and presented as aforesaid, or same III be barred. [Date December 21, A.D. 1963. ARTHUR A. KIMMEL. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Wll. l.i A \ Deceased. IORTON ROTHENRERO lltnrney for Executor 1'25 — 1/1-8-15 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 ROSNER SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG SHE1NER A SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants 304 Roper Building, Miami, Florida 12/4-11-18-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF.REBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or AUTO TRANSPORT SER\ It. E. at 1440 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY HOLTZMAN. Sole Owner RICHARD MUROFF Attorneys for Harry HolUman 12/4-11-18-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt undersigned, desiring to engage In Uslness under the flitltlous name of I1TCH FORK DRIVE-IN and RES[AURANT, al Ittl Fifth St., Miami leach, Florida, Intends to register nie with the Clerk of the Ciriilt Court of Dade County, Mori.l.i A. 1. KLEINMAN M'.ol.D '/.INN attorney f,„ A 1 Klelnman — 1/1-8-K, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In •uslness under the fictitious nai %  LTIVs .v CHUCK'S GROCERY, at l N.W, 7th Street. Miami, Intends register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade County, lorlda. f F.SBLER <£J& RUM *"*<*> 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. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intend to register aa id name withithe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florid;., LBV1N80 N HAROLD %  =•" %  12/4-11-18-25 LEV1NSON IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 18334 In Re: Estate of SOPHIE RABINOWTTZ, also known as BOPHIE MEYERSON, also known as SOPHIE MF.YRI90N, 11, eased. CITATION TITE STATE OF FLORIDA: To AI'KAM MEYERGOSS. and to his wife, his children and grandchildren, whose names and residences are unknown, to JOSEPH GEN8TEIN, whose residence Is unknown: t<. the children and grandchlldien of cELIi: GENSTEIN, Deceased, whose names and residences are unknown: to the widow of i \'-"B MEYERGOSS. I" ceased, and to the children ami grundchildren of JACOB JIEYERGOS8, P.ceased*. 4v^K>se names and resiliences are unknown: to the widow of ELI MEYERGOSS, Deceased, and to the children and grandchildren of ELI MEYEROOSS. I> .-.eased, whose names and residences are unknown. and to all parties known and unknown, claiming by. through or under any of the above parties, and to all persons whomsoever claiming any interest In and to the estate of the above named decedent, as provided in Paragraph Ninth, (a), (bL (c) and (d), of her Last Will and Testament. and to all of the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees claiming, pr entitled to claim, under said portionof the Laat Will and Testament above, named decedent, j and other persons .•.•lu-erne.t: ,,,.,, YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED that a Petition has been filed praying for a determination of the beneficiaries of the alsive named decedent and for a determination as to whether or not the above name* parti. dead and have been absent for seven vears or more from the place of theli last domoclle, and you arc further notified that on the 19th dayof January, 1954, at 11:30 o'clock. A.M. testimony will lie taken before the HON ORABLK W. F. BLANTON. County Judge, concerning the alleged ahsen. e of the above named part es, who are supposed ami believed to be dead and the circumstances and duration thereof, and ou are hereby required to file vour written defenses to said Petition within forty (40) day. .after the first publication hereof Should you fail therein. Decree wffl bejJlltered In due course upon said 1 •Utlon. WITNESS my hand and seal ol said Court at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 27th day of November. 1 ii/W. F. BLANTON W F BI.ANTON. County Judge GEORGE CHERTKOF 07-ll Olvmnla Building # Miami, Florida Executor for above estate • 12/4-U-1S-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersign,-.!, desiring to engage in business under the fi. titious name of AUTO MAINTENANCE SERVICE, at :M1" N.W, l*th Sti.et. Miami, intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. CHARLES TORRCELLA ELWOOD E. HORTON M LNUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicants 82J Flagler St l2/18-2a — 1/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27981-B RE: ESTATE OF SOLOMON PODGAR8KY, also known as Sol I'odgarsky. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for final Discharge as Administratrix pi the estate of SOLOMON PODQARSKY, also known as Sol Podgaraky, deceased: and that on the UKh day of January, 1951. I will apply to the Honorable Countv Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dlsoharge ..s Administratrix of the estat, ol SOLOMON POIKiARSKY. also known as Sol Podgarsky. deceased. This 15th day or December. 19..3. JESSIE PODUARSKY MYERS. HE1MA.N A KAPLAN Attorneys for Jessie Podgarsky, Administratrix It 18-SS -1 1-8 AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 164333 JOEL ISAACS, Plaintiff, vs. JESSIE ISAACS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JESSIE ISAACS 141 A West End Avenue, Brooklyn. NY. c/o nlrsoh You are hereby notified that • I: of Complaint for Divorce ha filed against v.,....awl you are; ed to serve a copy OIL your or Pleading to the Bllliif Cn on the plaintiffs Attorney M. CAIN, 2518 Weal Flagler Miami. Fla.. and file the origin wer or Pleading In the office of Clerk or the Circuit Court on or fore the llth day or January. R.'t 11 you fall to do so. Judgment by di fault will he taken agalnsl you f. the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published on"-e ea.h week for foui consecutive weel in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Ml Florida, this 9th day of December, A.D. USt. B. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida. Bj WM W BTOCKINO. I Circuit Court Seal) HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2S18 W.st Flagler St.. Miami, Fla. 12 11-18-28 — l l Deputy Cleric of the to all %  he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under he fictitious nanie of CASTER and V, '1 ''•'", ?.' ,. coLLECTINO AGENCY, at SeyMlaml Ave.. Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of jCir,-ul. Court of IJ-^K' TlALAOA 0 1 1 ''PLOTKIN 12/4-11-18-2B MAX NOTIC UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In b C bold BUimM/' Mta""" n SL ,d fiU%,rk to regl.-tei said name with the clerk ,',; Ihe Circuit Court of Da*. County. nor,,ta c. CASTER l',V i/v W E PIERCE <4) KASS \NI> FELLER Attorneys for C. Caster and U — l/t- \\' E. Pierce ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Price* — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN a! 2-4366 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitiousinanM %  of ELLIOT PEARL SAIL BELENKE gnd BURTON BELENKE, Partners, ,i i, ., n.HSE OF WATCHES, Beybold Building, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk Ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELLIOTT PEARL (1 '8) s ML BELENKE l I) • BURTON BELENKE (1/3) KASS AND I I'LLER Attorneys for Elliott Pea. 1. Saul Belenke and Burton R.lcnke, Partners, d/b/a House of Watches 12/18-21 — 1/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that ti.,undersigned, desiring to engag. business under the fictitious name nt Till: BAZAAR, at 8011 N.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. 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PAGE 6 Mrs. Abfin. Mrs. Lehrman Named 1954 Women's Division Leaders JlSSIiDrco^j •f the HearierU SwM •f Jaator t l s rt ass. h ta New York Oty ad aerwJ as e*. ttr o( Uw Aaarriraa Jewish Caa> Two prauMt waaaea. weU, tears will see receet • aad „,..„._ ^ Vii i ia tte fieMsof pluUaUnw pjMtcra*s taken in bnel and ~f .*** ....' —^. >y |Mi -.-.. .... .I—For the past twe years. Mr* *"-^*^ l S Hl£ro. he ,^d ser.tefcc— **• the pboo of ,iDmsi of the ISM Coaabaaed KM y or tod through CIA ftf* finljli i' of the Coalereare of Jewish Appeal dollar* The trauua*aseetiara LEO ALLEN, o* aa a-w ma A Wain -**7 MM • % %  temattoaal t.rnii.rr Ca maawy rxarsm laaiau MAM TO row ncncajajj. AT rarr M*smm.i men AT all* MKATW MUVM. J (Jewish Appeal 'yean. Mrs Ablm. f oraa trt y of Characol ha* caaaed aataaaal recocaitioa for her phBnafhropy aad leadership. carrytBf forward the tradition aad life's work of her late to Chirac*, she was of the Woaa'i Wnaoa Special Gifts Groap to behalf of the Jew oh Chanties raad there She p e rio rsatd Tohawteer tasks with semce Men aad was sa a tei a lr y art ire is h Wa*del Otoar of Michael Reese HaspruL smrv Abba was chairman of the I Patrons Drrisson %  the 1963 Coa> ; toard Jewish Appeal This is the aaajor gafto .wherh set* the pace for VaM'ij i lanjiiff lrtirrlirr T*-T -' with the Campaien Advisory Coav __," aattee far the past three yenr*j J^ LTa_.fl" Mrv Abba has been host to asacy i *J^V**JZ^ -* •* %  i*a. to MLsuu of the New \otk AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE WHOLE SALE CMSTRiauTORS A PADLOCKS 1 ** m KIY BLANKS SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED ON ALL CARS ________ PHONE | I ME. lad AVCMUE a al Ma** Tnacka and Can COULTW"R'6S."GARAG{ Wraths a V iSal — Body n— a tr aad Paattaf PV*. Pkk-Ci aad P — I T T — Wmi 8*TT-.~ J-M44, 1-4*53 Ml s a. |fti ~_ fhfht potfen at the Westriew mm Caaatn Ctoh here aad Brya Mawrj 'Oiaatrj Ctoh. of Chicago Mrs. Abba's daafhter is Mrs. Schero. of Coral Gables. (Complete and Obepe/idrMe JiJIe M IAMI TITU & abstract Co, 2S TEARS OF TITLE ESCROWS I VICE Of DADE COUITT TITLE INSl •



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)ECEMBER 25, 1953 ~*c gNnig^i feers Push Bonds pted effort by 200 volRadicrs on BIG Day sale of Israel' Bonos 0,000 tnafk slr.ee the Issue was launched ni area, it was announcfishman, commander of Israel Government Day, [his appreciation to his inants, Nat Winokur and |ie Bandell, as well as "whose unselfish efthis cash collection day ul." I totals for the days' sale yet available. The three sllers will receive speincluding a trip to eekend stay at the Alii and a night in the [Room of the Nautilus | Miami Chairman Mrs. n thanked the populate for "once again demi their support of the tfracy of Israel." ted other communities 1 country on Sunday in effort. According to ts, close to 700 homes to redeem old pledges State of Israel Bonds. beting of a special polype, set up to guide the art Bonds in this area, Wednesday in the Dtel. Mrs. Glasser prereport was given by Jnzer, Jr., city manager Bond Organization. >inai Nursing legislation on vitz, president of Mount tal's Board of Trustees, [this week that the next Ihe School of Practical fill begin February 15, cnt for this class will be nesday, December 29th, lay, January 2nd, at the Pre-nursing Teat en. All students inter irolling must take this screened by the School Constable Sovernor Charley Johns announced that Leonard unstable for the City of ch. ECAL NOTICE PAGES DATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION NAME AND BV THE ITV OF THE STATE .OF FLORIDA f> Wllo.M THESE PRE8II.I. COMB, GREETINGS: l,, rerMf* that, wheiwis, tKLLUIAN. 1AM! BEACH, FLORIDA AKON/JVIT8. MIAMI, FLORIDA lADYOA, MIAMI. FLORIDA ..th day of June. A.D. 132, ( %  lnrni)inrat<-(! urnlcr the pf Chapter lima*, ij. of H or IJ2J, s. V. CORP., a with Its principal place i at MI'tml Beach, be.de I the State of Florida, an I proper offlcem of much \ Vdem under HIP provlnloiis |d.i jsiTn. Laws 'if Flor19 IS, Showing Ihe diaaouch i-orporatlnn, ami t luff State is aatlafled thai nts of law have been QcH, .IN" KSS WHKRKtlF. hereunto set my hand have affixed the II of the State of Florida. 1 T.illahasnee, the Ca\n I tl. I the Twenty-fiiHt day of pemlier. A.D. II CRAY. Secretary of State. 'OUSUFFER of HEADACHE NEURAtOiA NEURITIS [with I thousands It and dentists recommend PtT : Anocin it tike o doctor's. I. That 1, Anocin contomt not lit o combination ol medicolly 1 ingredient!. No ether prodBtter, longer-latting relief from •adoche, neuritis, neuralgia Tablett. Buy Annan today I [bans Arrive in Miami Israel Ambassador to the United States and chief delegate to the United Nations, Abba Eban, arrived in Miami Wednesday with Mrs. Eban. They are stopping at the Sterling Hotel for a short stay. NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER AND DANCE Given by th; West Miami Jewish Center and Sisterhjod Thursday, December 31st, 10 p.m. Ill ???, „, 5 720 S.W. 17h Street COMPUTE TURKEY DINNER ORCHESTRA FAVORS CATCH THE MYSTERY BALLOON AT KIDNIGHT AN3 WIN A PRIZE for reservations call 87-7930 or 87-7593 Donation $5.00 per person Mrs. Harry Latifor and Mrs. Harry Gordon are shown discussing ticket sales for the Beth David Sisterhood New Year's Eve dinner-dance to be held at the Beth David .social hall on December 31st, 10. p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Jacques Donnet's orchestra will furnish the music for the affair. ATTENTION: SOCIAL HOSTS... For FIESTA NIGHTS at your HOTELS r ORGANIZATIONS GUEST PARTICIPATION in INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCES SQUARE and ROUND DANCES CALL 58-0651 SHIRL'S FOLK & SQUARE DANCE SCHOOL 1519 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Adult Classes: Mon., Wed., Fri.—8 to 10 p.m. Mon., Tues., Wed.—3 to 5 p.m. Class Fee $1.00 WALTZ, FOXTROT, RHUMBA, 6 Lessons $15.00 (Private Individual Instructions) Fronton Schedules Program for Hospital The Miami Jai-Alai Fronton will present its annual charity program for the benefit of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital Sunday afternoon, December 27th, at 2 p.m. Admission is,hv donation of fifty cents to two dollars with all proceeds earmarked for the Cardiac Hospital. All expenses are being paid by the Miami Fronton, and no deductions of any kind will be made from the proceeds for the Cardiac Hospital. Three major league jai-alai games, with afl of the great professionals currently competing here in action, are scheduled starting at 2 o'clock. An entertainment fare also is slated with many leading performers set to appear. Mrs. Silverman is Hostess Mrs. Sol Silverman and the Orchid Club were hostesses Tuesday at the birthday party for resi dents of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Irving Pietrack and his orchestra, with Carole D' Arcy, concert pianist, entertained. Forum Continues Talks On Crisis in Zionism Der Yiddisher Forum wil} continue its discussion ol the crisis in the American Zionist movement on Saturday evening,. pecernber^26th, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation. Ehiel Lesowoder and N. Mininberg, principal speakers last week, will again appear at the forum. Sponsors are the local branch of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. Paramount Poultry, 1335 N.W. 7th AVENUE ..) • Eviscerated Kosher Poultry LIVE and DRESSED We Specialize in Supplying Hotels and Restaurants Under Supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF, RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY CAMP AKIBA >ti FOR BOY'S FORGIRLS 29th Season IN THE PICTURESQUE POCONOS NEAR STROUDSBURG, PA. 85 MILES FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA UNDER THE DIRECTION Of MORRIS EDELS0N, LOUIS SHIRR AND MEYER HUMAN SERVICE Announces (he Appointment of the GEORGE KR0NENG0LD TRAVEL SERVICE As Its Agent tor the Sole of Scrio and Parcel Certificates Give yeur family and friends in food-short Israel the most precious gift of all eur government-approved, ration-free Scrip Certificates, $10, $15, and $25, for their choice of Kosher foods in our Israel gift shops ... or a certificate for yeur choice of seven new parcels, $10.50 to $38.50. Call or write for brochure. GEORGE KR0NENG0LD TRAVEL SERVICE I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING PHONE 2-7631 but what flavor! ?? Top* In Camping' Separate exclusive camps for Boys and Girls. 950 Acres of mountains and woodlunds. Private lake. Superb water sports. Spacious athletic fields, outdoor camping, nature, crofts, etc. The finest in equipment, and facilities. Modern sanitation and artesian well water in each cabin. Unexcelled cuisine, prepared by outstanding chefs in modern kitchen and dining rooms. Resident physicians and nurses. Mature and competent stall. REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 1954 SEASON LOUIS SHERR will be in Miami Beach for a limited •lay and will be pleaded to meet with parents interested in enrollment, He can be reached at the Hotel Martinique, Miami Bewhf. Phone 86-5711. rWoffTt/fS WUCOMfO rVTf OR PHONE CAMP OFFICE: 1909 Spruce Street Philadelphia 3. Pa. Day Phone: PEnnypacker 5-6000 Night Phone: MOhawk 4-8592 WElsh Valley 4-9617



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PAGE 8 — *Je*4sfi fkrtftw F1UDAY, DECOg^. Ruth Clein's Betrothal to S. .lack Lubin Announced; Couple will be Feted Tuesday Tha engagement of their daughter. Ruth, to S. Jack Lubin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lubin. 923 SW 10th Avenue, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Clein. 121 NW 43rd Place. Miami The bndeelect is a native MiMitt *mtk CIM amian. She is a graduate of Miami. Senior High School, where she was active in the National F< League. She was also i of the Young Judaea Council and an officer in the regional organization. Currently a s ophomore at the University of Florida. Miss Clein is majoring in art education and is vice president of Hillel House there Mr. Lubin is originally from Hartford. Connecticut, and graduate from Miami Jackson High School here A senior at the I" of F. he will graduate in June and enter the Air Force. Mr Lubin is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra ternity and was formerly active in local AZA programs. An engagement party for the family and friends of the young couple will be held at the home of the brideelect's aunt. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, 3620 Granada Boulevard, on Thursday evening. December 29th. Miss Clein is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Scbeinberg and Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. of Miami. Mitt Beatrice Saaaeff — Ardir.'>r Carole Wien. Lawrence I'erlinutter Wed At West view; Nassau is Honeymoon Site The Westview Country Club Sun'*— day was the scene of the early eve-1 ring ceremony uniting in marriage the former Miss Carole Nancy Wien :.nd Lawrence Charles Perlmutter. %  'I he aewlyweds are honeymooning m Nassau and will be at home at 233 Phoenetia Avenue. Coral Gables, after January' 3rd. The bride it the daughter of Mr. : mi Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. 5130 North Bay Road. Miami Beach. Mr. Perlmutter's parents are Mr and Julius Jay Perlmutter. 1441 Lincoln Road. The bride was attired in Italian white silk taffeta fashioned with a cathedral train She wore a cir. ibw veil of Belgian lace and earned lily-of-the-valley with spray orchids Maid of honor was Miss Josie Vien. the bride's ristar Other attendants included two Mattes, < la.re Wien. Atlanta, and Isabel \V. -tin Connecticut. Also in attendance were Mrs David Pass. Atlanta, and Arlyne Sch egfat Y,iim be* l "lllf<. I HUlIl, UIIHIN man. Ushering were Sheldon Aber ^' | m \\ omv \\\U' S rr.an, Arnold Straus. Lawrence LanA December 2 0th ceremony united in marriage Miss Judith i Youngerman, daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs Alexander Youngerman. 3000 • Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach, and Benjamin Gindy. .son of Mr. and Hn Roy Gindy. of Miami. Rabbi Mar.us Ransom, of Fort Lauder-. dale, officiated in front of an alter decorated with ferns and white, chry sathemums at the home cere-, mony. Given in marriage by her father. I the bride wore a gown of birdseye pique with a portrait neckline and cap sleeves completely bordered' >> a lace fitted bodice and bouf-' fant skirt of ballerina-length Her' fingertip veil of tulle was attached to a coronet of seed pearls. She wore elbow-length lace mitts and carried a white Bible covered with lilies nf-the-valley David Kulchin was best man Mi Marianna Youngerman. sister of the bride, was junior brides maid. She wore a pale blue dotted swiss o r g andy ballerina length gown. The bride's mother wore a dusty rose paper taffeta cocktail dress. The mother of the groOm wore grey chiffon For her traveling costume, the bride chose a light tan suit with a Shapoff, Wcstin Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. I S. Shapoff. of 318 SW 28th Road, announce the enj bri<1 TntlT "*" gagement of their daughter, Beatrice Patricia, to Alan Ftfrman West in. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin. 1021 West 46th Street. Miss Shapoff attended Florida State University at Tall a has s ee Wayne University in Detroit and received her degree at the University of Miami. She was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Panhellenic Society and Executive Council of Hillel Foundation. She was a Princess in the 1952 Homecoming Queen's Court and was on the Dean's List. Member of the National Education A inrmhnn. and a teacher at Morningmie Elementary School, Mr. Weatm was graduated from the University of Fl orid a magna cum laude. He received the LLB degree from Harvard Law School. At present, he is an instructor in the Government Department at Havard University He will receive the PhD decree in Political Science in June. 1864. Hiv honorary fraternities are Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. He also belongs to Pi Lambda Phi : social fraternity. No definite date has been set for the waiting Miss Karger Chooses Klizabethan down Miss Saundra Karger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saunder Karger, 8980 La Gorce Drive, was married 1 in a garden wedding at her home Sunday to Stanley Brodsky, ton of Mrs. Jack Brodsky. 951 Bay Drive, and the late Mr. Brodsky. Rabbi Meyer AbratnowiU officiated. The bride wore a gown made from the lace of her mother's wedding dress. It was styled in Elizabethan fashran featuring a stiff collar covered with seed pearls and a sweetheart neckline. The lace sleeves were pointed over the fingers, and the skirt ended in accordion pleated flounces. She carried a shower bouquet of white orchids on a white Bible. Maid of honor was Miss Fay Brodsky, sister of the bridegroom. She wore a blue iridescent taffeta gown. Tbe bouffant skirt featured a full bustle that was draped to the floor. Bridesmaids were Miss Leila Stein. Miss Jewel Muravchick and Miss Lynn Salter. all Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority titters of the gowns and i J/SXA >'.• %  %  /•-' 3& 9 y% % %  < \t' Mrs. StmmUy Bredthy rose velvet hats matched those I worn by the maid of honor. They carried red roses and carnations. Linda Kamin and Mary Abbott. flower girls, wore dresses of blue : and pink net. Best man was Lt. Seymour M. Seff. a friend of the bridegroom. Ralp Turner. Jerry Cohen and Leonard Treister ushered. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony. TVe couple left for a wedding trip to New York CKy. They will reside at 1000 West Bay | Harbor Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Menrva A. Adirims Honey.*] In Havana Merle Barbara Format i vyn Alan Adinm are ing in Havana Cuba. wedding Sunday at the Manor. Rabbi Max Stua ciated at the noon ce'entn, The bride is the riaughtar| and Mrs. Michael Forma.; 16th Street. Miami Beak Adirims parents are Mr. ai| Herman Adinm 1931 NW Avenue. The bride was attired lerina-length gown of lace and a four-tiered Fn sion veil held to a white i A bouquet of white roses aji tered with a white orchid Matron of honor was Mn.1 ley Rosenfeld. of New York] bara Gross and Pearl Cohai bridesmaids. Harvey Stein man. with Burt Kantor tai I Adirim. brother of the I acting as ushers A reception followed thsj mony at the Lincoln Maw.' Berg Bar Mitzvah Richard Martin Berg, SOD efl William Herg and toe lav] Berg. 151 SW 51st Place.] Mitzvah on Saturday it ler-Granada Jewish Co Center. Open House followed! Bar Mitrvahs h>me. f student at Kinloch Elei School. His grandmother Minnie Kessler. of Mum 1" Mrs. itmmhr Matkim Mrs. Immrtmct C. PtrlaHrrfer dy and Robert Levitt, uncle of the bridegroom, of Teaneck, New Jersey. The bride attended the Univer Mties of Alabama and Miami. Mr. Perlmutter was graduated magna cum laude from the UM, where he became a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and Scabbard and Blade. Newspaper Workers Are Wed Sunday The former Julie C. Parkman and Stanley W. Platkin were mar-1 i ried on Sunday afternoon. The! I bride is the daughter of Mr and i I Mrs Nick Pablick. of New York City Mr Platkin is the son of Mr and Mrs. Edward A Platkin. 1460 West Avenue. Miami Beach The bride formerly lived at 1609 champagne blouse and dark brown I SW *iL Slrcct Mr PUUtin resided accessories. Tbe couple are honey j {£. !" Cre$pl Bou,ev rdMiami mooning in Haiti, after which they j f 0 will reside in Miami Attendants at the ceremony were The br.de is an alumna of 11*1* !" ^ "^ "**" ^^ **& **!— ,nd aUo Mr Platkin graduated from Mi" n "? !" ty .. !" di ai Beach High School, attended the University of Florida and the Government at the UM and is work ing on the MA degree there. Temple Connecticut College School of the I Dance. She is a teacher of the modHe also attended Oxford Univer; ern dance .-ity. is an instructor in American Mr Gindy WM grafted from the University of Florida at Gainesville, receiving the BS degree A reception and wedding dinner, there. He was a member of Phi j Miami Herald' Newly wed Mrs. Plat followed the ceremony at the West' Lambda Pi Fraternity He it new kin is also employed at the Herald \ iew Country Club. vice president of Rattan Craft. where the couple originally met University of Miami, where he was a member of Sigma Delta Chi and Kappa Alpha Mu. He served in the US Navy Air Carps for three years. He is a sports writer for 'the Hium Bar Mitzvah Alan H. Blum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Blum. 623 NE 61st Street, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. December 26th. at Tifereth Israel Northside Center Alan attended Edison Junior High School, where he is in the eighth grade. He is also a student at Tifereth Israel Religious School. Rabbi Louis A. Cassel will officiate. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will serve a Kiddush following the ceremony. Leeds Are Hosts At Holiday Party Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeds were hosts on Sunday, December 13th. to several hundred friends at a holiday cocktail party held in their Bayfront Manor home. Among out-of-town gueu were Mr. and Mrs. Risfcsei Mronner, of I-North Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bernstein, of New York. Mrs. Leeds is the former Jane Bronner. One? Shabbat DIM Miami Yonng Adult Zionist District will hold en Oneg IhtnfcM Friday evening at the home of Mitt Mickie Doych. 980 SW Tth Street. .11 ^1 phot. f> w*n Leonard Saul Bobro* Mr. and Mrs. Harry 2211 SW 24th T* ami will became* ^ on Saturday Synagogue. Rabbi r* p£o and CanW MfflncheswiUoffic* arf is in the eighth. Shnoandoah Junio School, where he *• rihn club JTfett* 1 a reception will • ceremony



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953 mt H U| Blitt, Courshon Wed At Beach Center Miss Sue Blitt became the bride of Charles James Courshon Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Belle Blitt. 1611 Euclid Avenue. Mr. Courshon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon, MO Ocean Drive. The couple both attended Miami Mn. Cfrerlei I. Ceurshen Beach High School. The bride is also a former student at Adephi College, Garden City, Long Island, New York. Mr. Courshon received the I.I.B degree from the University of Florida and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He is a former lecturer of law at the Uni| versity of Miami. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mrs. Philip Gould of Schnectady New York, and her daughter, Marion, are spending the whiter at the Sterling Hotel. it it Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pollack, of 715 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beaoh, and Detroit, Michigan, announce the birth of their daughter, Susan Patrice, on December 17th, in Detroit. Mr. Pollack is a Miami attorney. %  CT it ii It's a family reunion at the David M. Gordons, of 1319 SW 14th Street, Miami. Meryl (Mickie) is home from the University of Cincinnati, where she is a student in the School of Nursing. Alan is home from the Naval Base at Great Lakes, Illinois, where he has been attending Eleetawwes School. Both will be home. *M *e New Year weekend. i? r *r Mr. and Mrs.iUeolIindlin. of 440 Marmore. Coral Gables, are entertaining Miss Sybil Langbaum during the holidays. Miss Langbaum is a graduate student at Yale University. She ami rs. Mindlin attended Cornell University together. it it it Dr. and Mrs. Max R. Goldstein and children, of Hartford, Connecticut, are visiting Mrs. Goldstein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Liebling, of 214 West San Marino Drive, Miami Beach, for the holidays. it it it Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hochron and their children, of New York, are spending their vacation at the home of Mrs. Hochron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weissman, 1446 Meridian Avenue. %  VJWrfaJ/lnfr**^ Arnold Bar Mitzvah At Beach Center Charles Zachary Arnold, son of Mrs. Jean Arnold, 850 Meridian Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siegal, pioneer residents of Miami Beach. An expert equestrian, he has been the winner of many prize ribbons in PAGE 9 — Photo ky Ardmore Harvey Gulkis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis. 735 Michigan Avenue, will celebrate the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday. Rabbi living Lehrman will oiticiate. Harvey is an eighth grade student at the Ma M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Miss Barbara Rosen Miss Barbara Rosen Chooses June 20th Miss Barbara Rosen and Henry A. Arman will be married on June 90, 1B54. when Barbara graduates from the University of Miami. The couple's engagement is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen, 6840 SW 25th Street. Mr. Arman is the son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Coe 1845 SW 24th Street. Bliss Rosen graduated from Miami Senior High School and is a senior at the U of M, where she is a member of Sigma Lambda Phi, Delta Theta Mu and vice president of Alpha Kappa Delta. She is employed by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and the Sunday School of the West Miami Jewish Center. Mr. Arman also graduated from Miami Senior High School. He attended the University of Florida, the University of Miami and is currently a student at the Southern College of Optometry. Mr. Arman is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi, Omega Epsilon Phi and is a freshman Student Council representative at Southern College. He is employed by the Memphis Jewish Community Center. Mendelsohn Anniversary A surprise party celebrating the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendelsohn was held on Saturday night at the residence of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Babok, 9040 Carlyle Avenue, Surside. Among guests attending the affair were three children and three grandchildren of the couple and also employees of their dining establishment, Mendelsohn's Kosher Restaurant. Davidows are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow, of 647 Palermo Avenue, Coral Gables, will be hosts at a barbecue for students of the Beth David Religious School Confirmation Class and their teachers, Charles Gropper and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel. oa Saturday evening, at 8 p.m. Golden Agers Plan Fete The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Town Branch, will hold its annual New Year's eve party on Thursday evening, December 31st. The program will include dancing, favors and supper. In charge of reservations is Harry Zicree. Charles Z. Arnold Photo by Werner-Kahn Hendersonville, North Carolina. Charles is a student at the Ida If. Fisher Junior High School. A reception in the Center dining room will follow the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. Folk Dance Social The Folk Dance Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, will hold its regular social on Sunday, December 27th at 8:30 p.m. Sara Segal, instructor, has arranged a series of Israeli, European and American dances which will be taught and practiced. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC H£LP RELIABLE DAY WORKEHB A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 87 N. E. 5tn Street Phon. 1-8401 AL MEIDENBERG, Owner Morey Moss, son of Mrs. S. Moss, 4200 Alton Road, was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 19th, at Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. Mrs Genuine RUSSIAN BATHS $1.50 Admission PLAITSIH by IXPCRT PAHRSCHI6 Clubs and Groups Solicited Massage and Physical Therapy Department Open tvtry Day EMPRESS HOTEL 4333 COLLINS AVE. PH. 58-3670 Tots About Town... l'huto by Ardmore Richard Paul Robbins, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, 533 West 47th Street, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, December 26th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Richard, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. WE'RE HOLDING ON FOR SAFETY Alan Lee and Nina Penny consider wisely. They are the twin eon and daughter ol Mr. and Mr. Milton Balaam. 1095 NE 157th Street, North Miami Beach. GIRL WITH THE GOLDEN HAIR ... is Rose Hannah, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman. 2335 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. — Baby Photo, by Ardmore rOK MAI SATISFACTION TED BRAMSON INVITES you 10 ust NATIONAL Exterminators tSTABUSMD 1939 Emergency 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 %  mot URVKE AT tUSONABU SonnUf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets • Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 84-2078 (Evening) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami V'aud Hd^ashruth g J^fffiS the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •res. U.S. pat. off. 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PAGE 4 >.ifwi*t>ngr*0!*n FRIDAY. wjenisfr Meridian Published every Friday tine* 1M7 by the Jewish Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami It. Florida Entered at second class mj'ter July 4, 1U0, at the Pest Office ot Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S. 17. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and) te Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Servic*. National Editorial Associatian. Amer. %  can Association Vf CngHsh-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 -JJ212 The Jewish Flortdlaa doe. not parantee the -KaaaV ruth of th. menhand.iH. ,lYern.>,l h. Itcolumn.. r IUIIC 6ne Year _L. U. 1 I • T I Oil PATES: Two Voara MM Friday. December 25. 1953 Volume 27 Number 52 Teveth 19. 5714 During The Week... A. i •y LEO MINDLIN THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GRAT^T^ affair which concerns Itself, eves if onh ,, F '''•<• in institution. A luncheon Friday at the Algiers H' *' Albert Einstein College of Medicine w as Just such .9\h Tag Pay The Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida will launch an intensive Tag Day campaign Saturday evening. The drive will continue here through Sunday. This year marks the 52nd anniversary of the INF. At a time when the Zionist movement had not yet reached the fulfillment of its dream with the establishment of the State of Israel the ]ewish National Fund, with its blue and white coin boxes, stood almost alone as a major fund raising agency dedicated to the task of rebuilding the ancient Hebrew homeland. For many years, the JNF was a symbol of Jewish aspiration for statehood and uniguely typified a people's will to recreate a nation by purchase rather than conquest or political intrigue. Since that time, other aaencies have arisen to dedicate themselves to this noble activity, and with the establishment of Israel by UN decision in 1948. a whole host of philanthropic organizations now stand ready to aid the infant republic in its upbuilding. The Jewish National Fund still continues its programs. Countless acres of land are being rejuvenated through the organization. Its complex system of afforestation makes a green and fertile nation of stony rubble left neglected throuqh the centuries. Perhaps its greatest job chead is in Israel's Negev which forms over one-half of the State's territory. This is the vision to be borne in mind during the JNF Tag Day drive Saturday evening and ell day Sunday. The fund waits for our support end deserves it. proved doubly gratifying because it hiBhhehtiVh academy of higher learning whose achievement accolades to iU sponsors. The general tone of of great exhuberance, reflecting the atmosphere affair last year. .--. surrouasJ The persons who sat around the Algiers tables to h., •. Attorney General Nathaniel Goldstein relate thl n Einstein College of Medicine are renowned locllir 0 '!* 0 '' philanthropic circles. The Attorney General dev'riw additional physicians on the American scene !" ,—_ „„ ,.,c nuiriKin scene in IK. < d^'X^Rfl""" !? < !u an _^ armin ?. ly declin '"8 medical* 'Let u> ls tein said, i. '**• wm-mGto Mr. Khan lak.s a Rest Israel's Ambassador to the United States and chief .delegate to the United Nations. Abba Ebon, is in Miami Beach with Mrs. Eban far a v.-ell-earned respite from his rigorous duties. The Ambassador has had a hectic schedule of activities, both in Washington and New York, since late last summer. Way back then, he began to force the uneasy Israel-Arab armistice into the open and attempted, through official channels, to bring public recognition of the border infractions his country suffered at the hands of Syrian and Jordanian marauders. At the same time, Mr. Eban entered into talks with the Arabs on the Huleh drainage project. Neither of these critical problems was brought to a satisfactory solution by October 19th, the dale of the Kibya affair. Mr. Eban has been engaged since then in the difficult process of establishing some level of understanding between his government and our State Department. In addition, he has had to defend the Jewish State against the Big Three-led repudiation by the United Nations. Somewhere among all of these activities, we recall that Mr. Eban made a fast trip to Israel. in addition to acting as a "commuter" between Washington and New York. Along with the rest of Miami's Jewish community, we hope that the Ambassador and his wife spend a restful stay here. AN UNDISPUTED FACT Presidential Silence From Washington comes word this week that President Eisenhower will avoid asking for revision of the McCarran-Walter Ad when he presents his State of the Union message to Congress early in January. The report does not come from the President but from Senator Arthur V. Watkins chairman of a joint committee studying operation of the immigration act Many months ago, when Mr. Eisenhower pushed his Emergency Immigration Bill through Capitol Hill in the face of heavy opposition. Senator Watkins told the press he was certain that no recommendation for change in the McCarran-Walter Act would be forthcoming from the White House for a long time to come. As we see it. the Senator is a powerful man in Washington, and he ought to know. Ours is not the task to make predictions, but it now seems safe to assume that the Presidential message next month will refrain from making such recommendations. This appears to us to be a pathetic turn of events in light of the fact that the University of Washington at Seattle has just seen tit to appoint to its faculty Dr. Konrad J. K. Buettner who. according to the university's own statement, served Hitler on research "concerned with the effects of heat and cold on airmen under different climatic and flight conditions." The Nuremberg medical trial at the end of World War II brought to light that many unwilling Jewish subjects were employed in carrying out these fatal tests. According to our understanding, the University of Washington is careful to screen all subversives from its faculty. But the school says that the former Nazi only served the German Luftwaffe in the capacity of a non-combatant. Most significant is that Dr. Buettner has applied for American citizenship. We just don't know what strange direction our government's attitude toward immigration will take next. The McCarran-Walter Act makes a big issue about subversives. But the fact remains that Dr. Buettner is welcome here; many political and religious refugees seeking freedom, some of them victims of the German scientist and his erstwhile colleagues, are not. MoCarrans' and Watkins' definition of "subversive" differs from ours. We find it difficult to see how Mr. Eisenhower will be able intelligently to avoid recommending changes in our unmigration krws which, as of now, are apparently not forthcoming. here since the end of the nineteenth century "Let w? change instead of the tolerated guest," (Mdstein rid restrictive quotas as an aspect of the new schools nJT to the Jewish scene. ww An even more fascinating story, however, is that ol tk. name graces the medical institution — Dr. Albert Eiiw ticularly significant to talk about him now in light oftaT has become politically vocal to an increasing degree *T few years. Dr. Einstein is well identified with a KL* the future, make the Jew "a host instead of a tolerated the years of his preeminence as a physicist and mai many, he scrupulously avoided entering into those stitute the periphery of the political arena and into have been easily catapulted by virtue of his achievemeatand as the result of the religion into which he was bom In the face of the unbelievable existence of racial p Us colleagues. Dr. Einstein remained in relative social mitting to the most degrading personal attacks dispuie4 argument against his work at the Society of Physici i reading of his paper on Relativity in 1905 brought the response from Max Plank, author of the Quantum TJL Germany's foremost mathematicians. Still, Dr Einsteii this seclusion, and it was only the subsequent Nazi host his refuge in the Alps which brought the famous phili realization that there must be a relationship between human reasoning and that which is applicable to human ships. ONCE IN EXILE IN THE United States. Dr Einsteii press himself in political matters. His pronouncement! halting. He was shocked to discover that his fame lent I most innocent remarks. The vast humility which is an his nature emphasized for htm his belief that a scientist cat of the wisdom motivating politicians. His dilemma, then* ed. Such indeed was the ease when he refused to accept tie of the State of Israel on the death of Dr. Chaim Weizmau. formed the Knesset that the specialized quality of his him ignorant of the understanding needed to be the lcaar era meat. His vacillation in political matters has had positive H live results On the one send, his softspoken observants like presonality make hifh seem a creature of some oater moral qualities and intellectual achievement can hardly the mortal imagination. On the other, his pronouneesflfj late, brought upon him -undeserved scorn from those ard mind him of his persecution in Germany and which he is to combat as a free man. Many spokesmen for these ardsj licly pronounce that he is taking advantage of his exile hoi that he is an American citizen. "Yea, but we took him it when reminded of this fact. Dr. Einstein's ambivalent* body politic fails him at the moment of his greatest Deal fails the need of that vast intellectual body in Amenall he now carries in the battle for its integrity In a **iM emerge from that restriction which his humility has plavedafl the limitation he feels burdens a scientist who deals STUB*! relationships. The charge that he takes advantage of his refuge amlj the road for sharper attacks upon him. One ambitions recently suggested that be be investigated. Mr Jenner this into account but was wise enough to reply that Dr. pea ranee befsww his committee might more profitably ti future date. He even consciously avoided showing his the philosopher told the press that he would refuse to tions if subpoenaed. An Associated Press wirephoto trait of the scientist in a humorous dark stocking cap • ed as a guest at the New York wedding of Cornell U Thomas Rucky. (This last, symbolizing senility is perhaps ious than Mr. Jenner's investigating calendar DR. EINSTEIN'S MOST RECENT tiff with political when he advised Albert Shadowitz. an engineer and for of sensitive government installations, not to tell Wisconsin McCarthy anything about his ideological beliefv The pt"!* was obviously based upon principle; Mr. McCarthys deaWI outgrowth of profitable hysteria. In this regard. Dr am finds himself a prisoner ol bis own dilemma. His self**: cal limitations multiplied by his humility here prove that ited at all but that be is speaking a different language fro" very practical adversaries. When Dr. Einstein advises non-cooperation with Sen*^ he is expressing himself on the highest level of 'd**^ himself with principle and therefore fails to > d nt1 '' actuality; this is the limitation of the body politic which among its virtues the humility pervading Dr Einstein sj ed scientist, if he will continue his courageous battle sihle and inquisitorial attack upon the American I finally be brought to recognize yet another facet the illogical nature of his foe and the appeal to "no* 1 ** not recognize as acceptable in the battle for mens BUS* Adlai E Stevenson had a plausible answer for D lem in an address at Yeshiva University's 25lh assjgap New York CityW December 13th. when he accepted mj orary Doctor ef taws degree. "The dynamic fortress* ating without ethical or moral reatraiat." %  e' SJ,d -/TjL organised forces of religion on the sidelines of the sw* This brought about the great split in the soul of ******£ Mr. Stevenson said, intellectual expansion and moral COT split must be healed, for it is as potentially dangerous %  which Dr Einstein helped to engineer. .... ... This U the man who gives his saase to Yeshirt < %  medical school. This is the school Mismians honore*-^ Friday, paying homage to an academy of re,n '."_> depths of whose wisdom win sot he probed by ore— centuries. i anseSI



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)ECEMBEH 25. 1953 • 'JewlstifkirMi&n lasser Honored for Service to imen's Group; Workers Cited Ily known civic leader /tribute from members later Miami community on in her honor at the Jack A. Ablin. se event, attracting i community personalhonor to Mrs. Louis her three years of out%  adership as chairman of |ed Jewish Appeal Wo.n>n. nent awards were also more than 40 women tved in top positions in impaign. silver plaque.was pre(rs. Glasser by co-chairA. Ablin and Mrs. >man. Lcription, Carl Weinkle, if Greater Miami Jewish extended his congratMrs. Glasser on behalf ers and workers of Fedthe entire Jewish com|cr Annual Ticket ^aya Approved |lar annual ticket proImited visits to Vizcaya, Jty's art museum, has ved by the Dade County I. D. MacVicar anturday that the nonticket may be bought i and covers all visits ee and gardens on the Ihe late James Deering Inths from the date of Auxiliary Meets [Miami Women's AuxilJewish Home for the hold its annual memffee on Tuesday, Decem::30 p.m., at the Algiers Jonas, president of the ich Israel Zionist Disguest speaker. munity, stating: "To Bess Glasser— in fond appreciation for your tireless devotion and dedicated leadership to the Jewish community of Greater Miami as chairman of the Women's Division CJA for three consecutive years 1951-53." Accepting the award, Mrs. Glasser paid tribute to the hundreds of workers who had served side by side with her in the past three campaigns. With their cooperation, she stated, the 1953 Women's Unit achieved a record quota. Last year, the Division raised $148,000, equivalent to 12 percent of the amount raised in the entire campaign. Co-chairman Mrs. Lehrman outlined tentative plans for the Women's Division in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. These events include an initial Patrons' Tea on January 25th, a second Patrons' Tea on February„ljt in Coral Gables and a third Tea late in February in Miami Beach. A dessert luncheon is scheduled for March 15th, and many workshop conferences are being planned for indoctrination of division leaders. Guest speaker of the afternoon was Col. Jacob M. Arvey, who described his recent visit to Israel. He emphasized that border incidents and tension continue to prevail and that Israel is deeply concerned with plans for a lasting peace. Outstanding speakers and personalities prominent in world affairs are slated to appear at the traditional social functions of the Women's Division, it was announced by Mrs. Ablin and Mrs. Lehrman. They expressed confidence that the Division would go PAGE 3 Kupper, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Anna Brenner Meyers, Clem Myerson, Sam Nudelman, Matilda Ratner, Joseph Rose, Sam H. Rose and Jacob Sher. For three years of outstanding achievement as chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, Mrs. Louis Glasser (center) receives a sterling silver plaque bearing the inscription of Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The tribute luncheon was held at the home of Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (right) who, together with Mrs. Irving Lehrman (left) will serve as the 1954 Women's Division co-chairmen. IS TIME FOR Tarn Tarn IE PERFECT CRACKER truck or luncheon — loft tot crunch* raunchinl :, flakicft d if nd a mack ever ba4 'jitct iJUc-mice to all your rs cr ifn, jukes aod apreadal Svmbaf It Va*r A u nrmm n ei emi KAHUTM 4 nwisi ouAirrn Listen To :HACHTER-S %  Yiddish Program W WMiM, 12 to 2 B.m. >m is the lint MM! k.s tk N listening audicne* •he Jewish Fhil.i.pbtr R. LYONS. News Ml SHANA SPECTM over the top securing maximum pledges in tue current campaign and invited all women in Dade County to join the ranks of volunteer workers to accomplish this end. CJA leaders who received silver achievement medallions include the Mesdames Louis Altschul, Jack A. Ablin, Samuel Friendland, Leo Gerngross, George Goldberg, Louis E. Goldman, Saul Herman, Jean C. Lehman, Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, Harry Magid, Frances C. Miller, Stanley C. Myers, David Phillips, Harry Platoff, Henry Seitlin, Fannie Selig, John N. Serbin, Joseph L. Shawmut, Sol Silverman, Sam Simonhoff. The Mesdames Milton Sirkin, Carl Susskind, Carl Weinkle, Max Weitz, Leonard Barr, David Bass, Joseph Cherner, Meyer Eggnatz, Jennie Grossinger, Fred Jonas, Leo a bean is just a Vbean until it's baked.. / IT'S TASTE THAT COUNTS! WOLFFS BROWN KASHE 1$ to tempting ... grand at a breakfast cereal, in soups, for fillings and stuffings, countless fascinating "Old World" treats ond intriguing modem dishes. A tasty, nutritious replacement for potatoes, rice, beans, and other tide-dishes. Wonderful roasted nutlike flavor rich in protein and other wholesome food elements. DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY *<> flMBOXfl .ift ti*es ^o*



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1953 —— i—"*" "" %  "fewlstnorHimn RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 11 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with the Adult Choir under the direction of Lucille Moore presenting the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and discuss: The Tree And The Bush. Cantor Maurice Neu will assist. The Oneg Shabbat following will be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Catz and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Decker in honor of the engagement of their children, Helen and Eddie. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 6 p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating and discussing: Our God Is One. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning servces are at 8:30 a.m. Subject of Rabbi Mescheloff's sermon is scheduled as: Problems Of Labor. Junior services are at 9 a.m. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will be sponsored by the Sisterhood with Mrs. Dorothy Bergman and Mrs. Aaron Weinqarten as hostesses. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 5 and 5:30 p.m. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to students who are home from universities for the holidays. Representing the students will be Henry Forer, Jerome Coburn, Muriel August and Reva Shapiro. Symposium will be held entitled: College Youth Sneaks. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. The Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Hjarry Bobrow. Saturday, morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bobrow, will take place. Student services Saturday are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. when Rabbi Louis Cassei will preach on the topic: My Brother's keeper. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Alan H. Blum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Blum, will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow: • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m., with late services 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: The Element Of Time. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bennett in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. Guest Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8sl5 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Ehalos Seudos. • • • %  AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m., followed by Kabbalat Sabbath. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 5 p.m. Shalos Seudos and Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Sunday morning services are at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Daily services are slated for 8:15 a.m. and 5 p.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Worshipping The Gods Of A Beaten Enemy. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will conduct a class in Talmud at 3:45 p.m. Mincha is slated for 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. when the Rabbi will discuss the Portion of the Zohar. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on the topic: An Exodus Today. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning services are slated for 8 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and discuss: Should We Keep Or Discard The Jewish Calendar. A reception in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Ja*l>'H. Kaplan will follow on the occasion of Dr. Kaplan's 79th birthday. Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Bierman, son of" Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bierman, (gill take place. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will^be Mayor Harold Shapiro. His talk is scheduled as: The Heartbeat Of Our City. Rabbi Irvin? Lehrman will officiate. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of Charles, son of Mrs. Jeanne Arnold, and Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gulkis. will take place during the service. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will officiate i and discuss: On Names And Name Calling. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, with the Rabbi giving a book review. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss: Israel Must Remain A Frontier. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical I portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: Books By Jews About Jesus. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by Robert Strass burg conducting the Center Choir. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Rabbi George Fox answering questions. Saturday morning services are at 10:30 a.m., when Malcolm Kirschenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs Murray Kischenbaum. 2475 SW 22nd Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah and receive the Certifi cate of Completion awarded by the Bureau of Jewish Education. His parents will be hosts at the Kiddush following. • • • TEMPLE SINAI. Hollywood, wil' hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., in honor of college youth. Rabbi David Shapiro will speak on: How Shall Our Youth Face The World. Cantor Joseph W Malek and the Temple Choir will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Harry Scherman. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m.. with Rev. Mordechai Haalman assisting the Rabbi who will preach on the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. Daily services arc scheduled for 9 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER wil' hold special services Friday at 8:30 p.m. Services will be dedicated by Shown above are officers and Board members of the Greater Miami Chevra Kadish, the local organization that administers orthodox last rites, during an installation affair held in the Beth El Synagogue. Present were Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader, and Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah; Habbi and Mrs. Morris Skop, Coral Gables; Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Okolica, North Dade; and Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz. Officers are Nathan Ginsburg, president; A. Kaplan, 1st vice president; S. Okanoff, 2nd vice president; S. Oster, financial secretary; Mrs. Sam Geltner, recording secretary; D. Singer, treasurer; and I. Schwartz, chairman. Board members are Sol Schwartz, Sam Lieber, Meyer Redlik, Henry Spero, Harry Schwiller, William Clein, Hyman Lurie and Jacob Worblin. Below are guests and officers of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess who were also installed at the joint affair. Left to right are Philip Berkowitz, Beth El president; Rabbi Swirsky; Mrs. Anna Block, 1st vice president; Mrs. Skop; Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president; Theodore Sakawitz, toastmaster; Mrs. Rachael Sakawitz, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Bessie Geltner, secretary; Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg and Israel Golc berg. Rabbi Max M. Landman to the Hebrew students who will officiate. Sermonettes will be delivered by two of the students. Early services will be held at 5:15 p.m.. conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Mai Byef in honor of their wedding anniversary'. Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. The topic of Rabbi Landman's sermon will be: Who Shall Inherit This Earth. Junior congregation will hold services in the Maloff Room at 11 a.m. Mincha is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Sunday services are held at 9 a.m. paily services are at 7 a.m. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM wil' hold Friday evening services a* 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kron ish officiating. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: The Cinema Turns To Religion. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 am when Richard Paul, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mrs. Weinstein Talk Due Chaim Weizmann Group of Hadassah will meet on December 28. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Jewish Com munity Center, 450 SW 16th Av enue. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LuME 27—Number 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953 } nai B'rith \ates Views McCarthy JTA LSHINGTON — The question hether the Anti-Defamation je of B'nai B'rith views SenJoseph R. McCarthy as an ince harmful to American has now been answered. E. Schultz, ADL national nan, has provided the answer current issue of The ADL Lin. hiltz expressed the opinion to some degree. Congressional kigating committees have (effective in fighting Commu"But," he added, "when committees disregard the |inr; and potentialities of our democratic institutions, we ily wonder; as they now operjrr they of more harm than He reported that "throughHe country, there are countoups which make much noise fighting Communism — lit any definition of their (These constitute the extreme (of the 'againsts,' the inciters ljudice and even violence." name McCarthy has not [mentioned here at all," said The man has become the kl of these tendencies, and enily I am asked, 'Is McCari anti-Semite?' Certainly he is anti-Semite in the sense Kerald L. K. Smith is. Senator thy has often expressed his feelings toward 'people of the faith.' He has made con lus use of his staff members Ire Jewish. It I believe the security of )inority groups is largely dent on the strength of our tratic institutions. It is dent on good education for all that we have emotionally and %  ally healthy citizens. It is dept on the extension of civil and liberties. I believe that br McCarthy's methods have Id many of OUT democratic Itions." have listened," said Schultz, fenator McCarthy discuss the he is against. I have personBki'd him what he believes in, [positive ideals he has for lea. I have suggested that he Ithem. I would really like to [what they are." cribing advances against anti|i>m in the United States as in their infancy," Schultz ['they can easily succumb unBey are properly fed and cherArrayed against them, he (were a number of factors. t>f these factors he said was Continued on Pag* 16 PRICE: TEN CENTS UN Gives Bennike Power to Settle River Dispu te; Arab Stalling Blocks Council Vote "•tor Itupk I. McCarthy • • >yatbl • ttnatftcics A lane woman sits unconcerned, waiting for a bus at NW 36th Street, east of Le Jeune Road. On a utility pole in the foreground is an anti-Semitic sign which reads: Stop Jewish Immigration. UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Bit-, ter delaying tactics by the Arab States stalled action by the United Nations Security Council this week on the three-power resolution submitted to the Council to settle the Syrian complaint against Israel over the Bnot Yaakov hydroelectric project on the Jordan River. Efforts by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., head of the United States delegation, to secure a vote on the resolution to permit adjournment of the council before holiday week failed when the Lebanese insisted they had not had time to receive instructions from their government and were not in a position to vote. The resolution, introduced by the United States and co-sponsored by Britain and France, placed full authority for settlement of the Jordan River power project dispute in the hands of Major Gen. Vagn Bennike, United Nations Chief of Staff in Palestine, and instructed him to report back within 90 days on the measures taken to solve the dispute. The resolution gave no instruc Anti-Defamation League Office Makes Discovery: Hate Posters Appear in Miami Area; Kelly Launches Hunt The posting of an anti-Semitic sign in Dade County reading, Stop Jewish Immigration, has been disclosed by Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The anti-Semitic placard was found posted on a utility pole on Northwest 36th Street, east of Le Jeune Road, Balkin revealed. The existence of such overt antiSemitism in Dade County has been reported to Dade County Sheriff Thomas Kelly for investigation and apprehension of the culprits responsible for posting the signs. Similar placards on the Tamiami Trail between Miami and Fort Myers and in the City of St. Petersburg have also been reported to the Florida ADL office. A similarly printed anti-Semitic placard found on the Tamiami Trail bore the unAmerican hate language, Is Communist Jewish?, the ADL said. "It is shocking to note such a vulgar display of bigotry in our community and state," Balkin said. "The attention of law enforcement authorities is called to Section 836.11 of the Florida Statutes, commonly known as the Florida Anti-Anonymous Hate Literature," he added. This provision of the Florida statutes makes it a criminal offense I for any person, firm or corporation j to print, publish or distribute any publication or other printed material which tends to expose any re-j ligious group to hatred, contempt or ridicule unless the true name, and address of the party respon-' sible for such printing, publishing or distribution is shownon the printed material. "We are hopeful that there will be early apprehension and prosecution to the full extent of the law of those responsible, for the printing, distributing and posting of these anti-Semitic placards," the Florida ADL office said. Balkin has also revealed that a number of reports have been received in the Florida ADL office of the distribution and circulation of ; the anti-Semitic hate sheet, Com-, mon Sense, in Dade County, St. [ Petersburg, West Palm Beach.; and other areas of Florida. The Florida ADL office asked that citizens of the State be alert to the spread of this hate publication, which is published in Union, New Jersey, here and throughout Florida, and that any evidences of local distribution of this publication be brought to the attention of the ADL office, 330 Seybold Building, Miami. The distribution of Common Sense has also been reported to | the responsible public officials, %  Balkin said. tions or made no recommendations to Gen. Bennike on resumption of work on the Jordan project by Israel beyond the general provision that he "explore possibilities of reconciling the interests involved in this dispute including rights in the demilitarized zone and full satisfaction of existing irrigation rights at all seasons, and to take such steps as he may deem appropriate to effect a reconciliation, having in view the development of the natural resources affected in a just and orderly manner for the general welfare." Authority Emphasized The resolution instructed the chief of staff "to maintain the dsUNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The Soviet Union allied itself Wednesday in the Security Council with Nationalist China, Pakistan and Lebanon in an effort to torpedo an amended draft resolution introduced by the United States, Britain and France, seeking settlement of the Israeli-Syrian dispute over the Israeli hydroelectric development at Bnot Yaakov in the demilitarized zone. Soviet delegate Andrei Y. Vishinsky, after violently criticizing the three-power resolution as being "irrelevant to the issue" and for introducing broad new issues of economic development, formally called for indefinite postponement of a vote on the resolution to give time, he said, for negotiations between the two parties concerned, and for further study of the implications of the economic development indicated in the eleventh paragraph of the draft resolution. militarized character of the zone" and called on both Israel and Syria "to comply with all his decisionand requests in the exercise of lys authority under the armistice agreement." It requested the UN Secretary General to provide experts, particularly hydraulic engineers, to give Gen. Bennike "the necessary data for a complete appreciation of the project in question and of its effect on the demilitarized zone." Statements by the spokesmen for the three sponsoring powers in submitting the resolution assumed almost as much importance as the resolution itself. Jews Present Protest to Raab on Claims Deadlock VIENNA (JTA) — A five page letter outlinging the stand of the world Jewish organizations toward the Austrian Government's breaking off negotiations for payment of compensation for heirless property of Jewish families annihilated by the Nazis in Austria, was pre sented to Chancellor Dr. Julius Raab by Fred Feder, director of the Joint Distribution Committee in Austria. The letter, which was signed by Dr Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Joint Executive Board for JewMi 'laims on Austria, practically accuses the Austrian Government of breaking its promises and demands that a settlement of Jewish claims should precede the enact ment of measures benefitting former Nazis. The letter declares that the Austrian Government's announcement that it was impossible to make a lump sum settlement of heirless Jewish property claims came as a "surprise" and caused "consternation." The Austrian interpretation that settlement depends on a case-bycase study to be made ,-ix months after ratification of an Austrian state treaty is not shared by other governments. Dr. Goldmann's letter states. It points 8ut that the Allied Council in Austria, informed of the progress of the Austro-Jewish talks, had posed no objections. Dr. Goldmann also notes the treaty is not yet concluded. 1EWISI? Shown is an anti-Semitic placard which was found posted on the Tamiami Trail between Miami and Fort Myers, Florida. vi



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1953 Demonstration Classes Slated Demonstration classes for all Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami have been scheduled by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Jewish schools. Sessions will be held at 2 p.m. before live classes at the demonstration schools. On Thursday, classes were held at Temple Beth Sholom with Miss Nettie Goldstein as demonstration teacher. On Monday, December 28th, classes will be held at Miami Beach Jewish Center, with Mrs. Miriam Solkoff demonstrating. On Tuesday, Mrs. Rebecca Kelemer will demonstrate before her class at the Miami Hebrew School. On Wednesday, Gregory Rosenkranz will present a demonstration lesson before his class at the Beth David Congregation. The final session will include a workshop in recent Israeli songs conducted by Rafi Adler. Following all demonstration classes the teachers will evaluate and discuss the methods used in an attempt to improve classroom techniques. •JewlstinnrM*** Pioneer Women Gather Clothing for Israel Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami is collecting clothes for Israel, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. Collection headquarters are at 1251 SW 22nd Street. In charge of the drive are Mrs. Vera Zeltzer and Mrs. Anna Frey. Miami Sisterhood to Hear Rabbi April Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School arid Congregation will meet on Tuesday, December 29th, at 1 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. William Weintraub, president. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, will discuss: Does A House Constitute A Home. PAGE 13 Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Leven, of 7825 NE 1st Avenue, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Thursday with a family dinner at the Colony Restaurant, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The couple have been residents here since 1929. coming from Atlanta. Georgia. Mr. Leven was in the retail grocery business until his retirement in 1946. They have four children. Edward .Leven, Mrs. Joseph Walker and Mrs. Sol Weinkle, all of Miami, and William Leven, of Chicago. There are six grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Ethical Society to Hear Hirsch on Drama Sam Hirsch, originator of the annual Shakespeare FestivaFat the University of Miami and founder of the Casablanca Playhouse 'In allami Beach, will address the Miami Society for Ethical Culture on Sunday, December 27th, 10 a.m., at the Lindsey Hopkins School, 1410 NE 2nd Avenue. His subject is: The Drama In The Modern World. Admission is free. .j g .x From the Hiihwoyi an* Hit By-ways of tht world, inj you songs of the world •& Preseoffof if LARRY BLUE AMD MIS ACCORDION Entertainer, M.C., Singer Available for Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, and wherever GOOD entertainment li required Ph. 67-6109 or 48-1279 Shapiros Are on Program Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, will be the principal attractions on the program of the Louise Chapter, American Jewish Congress, Monday, December 28th, I p.m., at the Hotel Monte Carlo. Mayor Shapiro will give a short talk, and Mrs. Shapiro will render Israeli musical interpretations. Klein Initiated into Nu Beta Epsilon Nathaniel J. Klein, chairman of the Florida Bar Association's Board of Law examiners, has been initiated into Nu Beta Epsilon, legal frateYnMy, by the Theta Chapter at the University of Miami Law School. Officers elected at the same meeting, presided over Monday by Arthur J. Franza, past chancellor of the UM Chapter, are Murray Shear, chancellor; Dick Goodman, vice chancellor; Larry Hollander, treasurer; Fay Becker, recording scribe; Don Norman, corresponding scribe; Victor Rosentbal, warden; and Stanton Callet, publicity director. Beach Center Men Slate Evening with Rabbi Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will preside at the next meeting scheduled for Monday, December 28th, 8:30 p.m., in the Center social hall. The meeting will be designated as An Evening With The Rabbi. Scheduled is a "behind-the-scenes" talk by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, on phases of his pastoral work. Cantar Philip Briuamer will offer mustSpecial Film at Beth Jacob on Wednesday Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob, announces that a special showing of the technicolor film, A Holiday In Miami And Mi ami Beach, will be featured at a meeting in Beth Jacob Synagogue Wednesday evening, December 30th, 8 p.m. The picture will serve as a basis for the development of the activities of the congregation and the Sisterhood in keeping with the growth of the community, according to Mrs. Shafkin. Mrs. Leo Meyer will report on the completion of the school room equipment project for the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Abraham Bergman will report on the Junior Congregation services. Mrs. John Starr and Mrs. Jean Kruger are chairmen. Assisting as hostesses are the Mesdames Jack Wucher, Aaron Weingarten, Harry Shopiro. Irving Blum, Morris Frank, Malvine ScaWartz, Harry Decky, Pauline Chill, Anne Berow, Meyer, Jacob Katz, Bess Felt and Rose Hayes. Mrs. Louise Wolfe is chairman of the dinner-dance scheduled by the Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, on Sunday evening, December 27th, 7 p.m., at the Latin Quarter. Acting as co-chairman is Mrs. Phil Bendell. ol sections. Detroit Club Nominates Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami will meet in the card room of the International Hotel on Saturday evening, December 26th, at 8 p.m. Nomination of officers will take place. Quarters for the meeting are given by Isidor Kowal, owner of the Empress and International Hotels. 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PAGE 2 Hodossah Plans Program For Mothers. Daughters An afternoon on musing, music and munching is betns planned for the mothers ami daughter :he Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-ah at the home of Mrs. Abraham Cassel. chapter senior junior advisor, on Monday. December -h. 1 30 pm Vr< lrwm Wemstein and Mrs B J Maync will lead the informal HHOMB Rabbi Abraham M Ml and Joseph Pardo will part inpale in the program. Pardo will be accompanied at the piano by Herman Frted Hostesses for the afternoon will V Mrs. Joseph Pardo and the Misses Elaine Wolf son. Charlotte Clyck and Sandra E1L North Shore Sisterhood Holds Choi Parties North Shore Jewish Center Sis terhaod holds its chai game* at the Detaaonice Hotel on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. Fay Rosenthal is m ihargr Stairway To The Stan luncheon and fashion show sp o nm red by the Sisterhood at the Sterhag Hotel on January 13th. will be one of the unlit aniting affairs of the season, according to the Warner. Gnssae Srhwarx. Lilhaa Stem and Bert Ranger, in charge : mraliMi Youth will View Inadequate Housing On Station W10D tnade^iate hou-inT and it effect on youth will be discussed Saturday over station HOD during the Youth Views program. Moderator will be Al Freehlins Guest panelists are John Turner. chairman of the Florida Region president of the South Florida Boy Scouts of America: Bob j IVaH. member of Hi Y at Miami I >n Hich School. Pepi Granet. of B nai B nth Girls and Miami i Beach Hich School. Veronica Dean. [ president of Y Teens at Dorsey J High School: and Charles Lowry. Hi Y member at Booker T Wash ingtoa. Aaasantiawl of the procram here was made by the local chapter oi the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Charming Reoppointed To Zoning Board Acting Governor Charley E. Johns has reappointed Jules P. Channinfi. consulting engineer, to the Dade County Zoning Board of, Adjustment Channing was origin ally appointed to the Board by former Governor Fuller Warrentwo years ago and is at present serving as acting chairman Channing is a past president of the Miami Chapter of the Florida Society of Professional Engineers and has been active in state and local engineering organisations for many years. He is chairman of the Engineering Division of the Dade County Civil Defense Council and' is a member of the Florida Plan ning and Zoning Association. Students fo Aft end Model Friday frt Meal Sunday morning. December 27th. at 10 a.m.. students of the pre-kin dergarten and first and second grades of Beth David Religious School will participate in a model Friday evening supper. The program, which includes the lighting of candles and the traditional Kiddush. will be conducted hy students of tat kb class under the dir^'*'! Ellis Bobbins 0lretU *

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553E*sC3lEs^~.:SE rkins, Seiflin are imed to Regional IB Committees llr and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Seitlin, local Jewish conmuleaders, have bean appointed chairmen of important regional amiMees of the Southern SecNational Jewish Welfare rd. according to a statement by Leon Kaplan, of Miami, sident of the Southern Section IB. |rs. Sirkin will head the Pernel Committee, which will unlike to recruit as many suitpeople as possible for employiit in the Jewish community jter field and will aid in raising personnel standards in all Jew community centers in the h. \r. Sirkin, who is chairman of Jewish Community Center tennial Committee, will direct bfor the celebration of Na Jewish Community Center ^k during January 10-16, 1954. HI lm has been appointed chairof the Health and Phys-Ed kmittee. He plans to develop a |ram of inter-city athletic activamong the various Centers in | Southern Region, he JWB is the major national |i'h group work agency in the It is the national association ewish Community Centers and lYWHAs, the government acJited agency for serving the ale. welfare and religious needs lewish men and women in the Vrmed Forces and in veterans pjtals, and the sponsoring agof the Jewish Book Council America, the National Jewish he Council and the National .sh Youth Conference. It is a nber agency of USO. he Southern Section is one of It sections through which JWB KS Centers and Jewish corniiities. Kam is President Of Golden Age Club Hyman Kam has been elected president of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Town Branch. Kfem, who ha' been a member of the club for the past six years, is also a member of t h e GMJCC Board of Directors. Others to serve with him are Jacob Blumensohn, 1st vice president; Mrs. Minnie Steighlitz, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Lizzie Litt, 3rd vice president; Louis Weintraub, treasurer; Mrs. Rose Shlivek, recording secretary; Mrs. Harriet Zimmerman, financial secretary; Mrs. Goldie Rosen berg, social secretary; and Mrs. Minnie Kanner, corresponding secretary. The Executive Committee is in the process of selecting a Board of Directors which will have the responsibility of recommending policies and programs for the Golden Age Friendship Club. -JmlstncrAfto vn Kem SINGLE ROOM For Gentleman LARGE ROOM Twin Beds for Ceaale >ne 3-9666, Abraham Jungleib 975 S.W. 15th Avenoe -'W^W-'W^!— -*~r*~r> )R SALE OR EXCHANGE roe family sfot in m Lang IJIOIMI, Cemetery for same la Miami, Flo. further information call 0. %  tier at 5-0968. LECTURE y presents PROF. SAM HIRSCH. he University of Miami, in a leclon THE DRAMA IN THE MODWORLD, on Dee. J7th, 11 a.m., He Lindsay Hopkins School, 1410 2nd Ave., Miami. Admission ia IS, GIRIS SPEND rOtfft VACATION AT (Juniors Lodge arts, picnics, cook eats, crofts, Ming, Now Year's Eva, foe. Also up catering. CIS Dorms. b. Ft. Lauderdale 3-9741 Beautiful CORAL GABLES \" caa buy this 3 bedroom, 2 bath aa a lovely 137x110' corner J-400 sq. ft. f, r .^ $24,500. is a Gem" working distance "WISH CENTER, .hooain, mi nssmtotloe. Call Helen Saiagam, 51, or contact Christian %  ••a. Realtor, 2736 Ponce dc • lvd. Phone M.1M3. * V V3GUST BROS fty, 57! Canteen Show Friday A Stage Door Canteen show will be held in the Miami Beach Auditorium on Friday evening, 8 p.m., according to an announcement this wee* by Maurice Klein, director of the Servicemen's Information Center. Scheduled on the program are night club entertainment, a 10-piece orchestra and more than 1.000 junior hostesses to dance with servicemen, Klein said. Jewish Music Fete Slated February 21 Greater Miami Jewish Community o, te o r ; SuDday ni *ht. February 21st, 8:30 p.m., at Flamingo Park it was-announced by Robert StraW burg, GMJCC musical director. Plans for the program were made at a meeting of the Center's Festival Committee, held last week 'at the office of attorney Leo Sheiner All adult choral groups from greater Miami synagogues have been invited to participate in the program. Strassburg is also conducting the Center's own festival chorus, which meets Monday nights at the Town Branch and for which new voices are still being accepted. Feature presentation at the festival will be the cantata, Chag Habikurim. by Max Helfman, American-Jewish composer, involving both choral and dance presentations. This will mark the first local performance of the cantata. The Modern Dance Group of GMJCC, led by Ruth Walton Leonard, will participate in this program* Members of the Jewish Music Festival Committee are Harold Thurman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Leo Glasser, Mrs. Joseph Masters, Mrs. Charles Blau. Milton Balsam, Mrs. Sally Gainsboro, Monroe Gelb, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Benjamin Miller, Joseph Nevel, Mrs. William Zuckerman and Leo Sheiner. Young Adults to Meet Coral Gabies Young Adult Group will meet on Wednesday evening. December 30th, 9 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Miss Pugatsky is Landau President New president of Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, is Isabel Pugatsky. She was installed, with other officers of the group, at an affair held on Sunday, December 13th. Also named to office were Judith Edelman. vice president: Sue Jaffee. treasurer; Rhoda Granat, recording secretary; Jean Kupferberg, corresponding secretary; and June Katz. historian reporter. Installing officer at the candlelight service was Milton Friedman, Miami attorney and national youth commissioner. Participating were Selma Rubin, counsellor of the group, Miss Pugatsky and Sheila Warhaftig, membership chairman. PIANOS FREE ROOM & BOARD in air-conditioned apt. hotel, with daily maid service, ia exchange for helping elderly lady. See Mrs. Stone, 2115 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Do You Have a Problem? Need advice about building a house, becoming a citizen, Homestead Exemption, or trouble of any nature? If so, we will aid you without any initial obligation. THE SERVICE CLINIC Ph. 83-1628* 39 BEACOM BLVD., MIAMI. FLA. (-^ %  r^iM 1 ^.?^ t\ i <~l Q r GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" • EXPERT PIANO TUNING • REPAIRING A REFINISHING JACQUES COHEN, Prep. < MIAMI BEACH PIANO ] < COMPANY 746 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 58 9598 Der Yiddisher Forum Meets Every Sot., 8 p.m. Kneseth Israel Cong. 1415 Euclid Ave., M.B. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26th Speakers: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF E. LES0W0DER and I. MINEHBERG A Conlinuotion of the Topic: "THE CRISIS IM ZIONISM" ^M^^^^^^WA#^* 'WWWW>'W OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI Presents MADAM BUTTERFLY With LICIA ALBANESE METROPOLITAN OPERA ASSOCIATION Tuotday Evening, January 19th, -Miami Efoach Auditorium ~~TickoH Available at Burdinos Miami (3rd floor) 9-1332 Miami Beach Auditorium 5-0477 Miami Efoach Radio 58-7575 For Momborship Apply Opara Guild Offlca 3-5967 ir Ma m borahip JUlL 1 TROVATORE With JUSSI BJ0ERUNG leading Tenor METROPOLITAN OPERA ASSOCIATION Monday Evonino, March lit MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Marking their qolden wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Glaser, of Miami, hold the Scroll of Law from Israel, with silver pointer, silver bells and shield rescued from a Nazi-destroyed synagogue in Hungary, presented to the Coral Gables Jewish Center in their honor by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert List, New York. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader, looks on. A ceremony of dedication will be held at the Center on Saturday evening, 8 p.m., with Rabbi Simon April, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, participating. Rabbi Skop will conduct the service, with Cantor Irving Robinson and the Center Choir assisting. The Scroll will join those previously presented by Sam Schulefand, Boris Ettingoff and Sam Weissel. Ben Essen and Meyer A. Baskin, Center president, will direct the inscriptions to honor the donors. Principal speaker will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. You tun do bettor at JERRY'S Choice and Prime Meats Only Parkway Kosher .RK VVW ^POUlTWf FINEST QUALITY MEATS & POULTRY Biggest Reduction in Kosher Meat p-nnon ]a prmw RIB LAMB CHOPS 69c RIB STEAK 69c BEEF LIVER ... 69c CORN BEEF. 69c CHOP MEAT. 69c VEAL CHOPS. 69c PRIME CLUB STEAKS. 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GLOBAL SHORTS British Stand on Status of Mosley Announces Revival of Jerusalem Outlined in London His Fascist Forty in Britain LONDON .JTA) The British Government would like to see the situation with respeet to the status I Jerusalem 'regularued" but think< that it is too early to say whether positive action can be expected at the next session of the BBtted Nations General Assembly. A. D. Dodds-Parker. Joint Parliamentary Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs said in Parliament His statement was made in reply M .._ to questions from Richard Wood, IOJO •"Of raTy OH MM Conservative MP. who warned to |j, Jewish Emnloymont Hold know whether the government was N£W yQRK TTAi Lndm ot planning to initiate discussion at Amencan Jewlsh affiliated the next General Assembly on the ^ ^ N>(jona| roInlnunJlv Re resolution to internationalize Jeruem Mosiey. Britain's notorious Fascist leader, has announced that he in tends to revive his I'nion Movement this coming spring. Speaking at a Holiday Reunion of his followers in the East End of London—where many Jews live—Mosiey said that his party would under take a national campaign including entering slates for Parliament. Siegel Named to Workmen's Circle National Board of Directors Here Jacob H Siegel. of 2143 SW 6th Street, has been elected to the Workmen's Circle national Board of Directors for the state of Florida. Siegel has been active in WorkBen-Gu.icn Vc:n.* M.U>§ Quarters; Leaves for Nonov TEL AVIV (JTA)—David BenGurion vacated his Tel Aviv apartrtent here and left for Sdeh Boker. the tiny Negev sheepherders' settlement where he will become an • rdinary citizen His belongings have already been shipped to the prefabricated house on the tree less and grassless plateau which be will henceforth call home lations Advisory Council held a two-day conference here on discrimination against Jews in employment, it was announced by Bernard H. Trager. NCRAC chairman chairman of the Lyceum, chairman of the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami Cemetery Committee. Board member of the Y. L. Perte School. Board member of the Coordinate Committees of the Miami and Miami Beach schools and is temporary treasurer of Branch No. 099. He is also a representative to the Bureau of Jewish Education. Siegel is a volunteer worker for the Combined Jewish Appeal and has Worked as a captain for the past several years. He is a member of Painters Local Union No. £^S. Siegel flew to New York City Thursday for a three-day conference of the Board of National Directors of the Workmen's Circle. Haifa Technion Faces Crisis; May be Forced to Close HAIFA JTA)—The Haifa Tech sical Institute is faced with a finan c;al cn-> of such depth that the %  kflj he forced to close its SSB M was learned here Unless the 1-raei Government offers aid the battle to keep the school open seems hat The Technion has been unable to raise additional funds. The %  .•overnment has been unable the difference between operating costs and receipt* Bomb Explodes at Beirut Quarters of Ex-Mufti LONDON (JTA)—A bomb was exploded at the Beirut headquarters : BaJ Amin el Husseini. ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, a violent enemy of Israel who collaborated with Adolf Hitler in Germany during World War II < onsiderable damage was cu~< d but no casualties were reported here The ex-Mufti was iway from Beirut at the time of the explosion. men s US Mokes Surplus food Available for Israel NEW YORK—The United States Government and Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, have joined forces to bring Operation Reindeer to the people of Israel, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Herman Shut man. national president of Hadassah. at the organization's headquarters here Mrs. Shulman reported that in accordance with a r r angements worked out by Mrs Raphael Tourover. Washington representative of Hadassah. the IS Government, through the Foreign Operations Administration, had made available to Hadassah for free distribution in Israel. 1.169.000 pounds of Rabbinical Association surplus food. Rabb silrfon Apri spiritual leader of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, was installed ThursRelease of Arrested Brothors da >. •> EfiKf / USSTJt ami Rabbinical Association at a Circle and Jewish welfare work for 30 years. He was one of the organizers of the Jewish Welfare Club Inc.. of Livingston Manor. New York, in 1922, and was the first president of that organization. He was also chairman of the Sholem Aleichem School No. 14, Livingston Manor. After moving to Miami in 1934, Siegel transferred to Branch 692. He later was one of the organizers of Workmen's Circle Branch No. 699. and was its first president. He now holds the office of vice chairman of that branch, as well as Rabbi April is Installed President of Greater Miami Rumanian Jews in US Ask NEW YORK (JTA—Resolutions calling for the establishment of an "actions committee" to work for the release of arrested Jewish leaders in Rumania and the establishment of a Rumanian Jewish world organization were adopted here at the annual meeting of the United Rumanian Jews of America. Syrian, Lebanese Statesmen Discuss Israel in Washington WASHINGTON JT\—He I and Lebane>e Ambassadors here discussed Near Eastern reievetopsnent and n a ei IJMM pertaining to Israel at a meeting with Deputy Undersecretary of State Ruben Murphy Moslem Conference Votes to Oppose Permanent Peace LONDON (JTA—A Moslem conference in the Arab part of Jerusalem which included 34 delegates from Arab and other Moslem countries, passed a resolution this week opposing permanent peace buffet dinner in his home. Dr. Jacob H Kaplan. Dean c Florida R a bbi installed R a bt April and newl> elected secretar Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, o the North Short j Jewish Center. Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan were also honored by his colleagues in celebration of his 79th birthday with the presentation of a S100 scholarship to two with Israel The eathenne was de • orth >' Jew sh % % %  •"?•"" %  enbed a* the Moslem Conference for leadership in the Greater Ml Jewish community Israel Asks Armistice Commission to Ad TF.l. WIV JTA — Israel has rolled for an emergency session ol I-rael-Lehanese Mixed Araistice Commission to deal with an attack on an Israeli bus in northern Israd An investigation headed %  United Nations observer-in( \ ered two prepared p os itio ns I .me 20 yards north of the road where the attack occurred. Tracks from these sniping posts, where a for Palestine Salvation from Israeli Occupation In New York. Abdul Khalek Hassouna. Secretary General of the Arab League, indicated that there would be no reply : from Jordan on Israel's proposal 1 for direct negotiation* until the Arab League Council had met. Hail Court Decision Barring Bible Distribution in Schools NEW YORK JT\>— Leaders of various Jewish organizations issued statements hailing as a victory for the cause of religious libertv a "unanimous decision of the New Jersey Supreme Court that the King James version of the Bible THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of ~.lwi*li Font in On The Air*' EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 cm. Station: WMIE (1140 oo dial) Witfc voriavs r#ervr#f r?0M9C9w Ml SwtClM wf quantity of spent ammunition for cannot be distributed in the State's %  malic weapons was found, led to the Lebanese border. MSI Stevenson Extols Political, Academic Freedom at Moot NEW YORK (WNSi — Adlai E ftevenson. on accepting the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Yeshiva I'niversity here. MHrtsl that the struggle of our times is the struggle to preserve the integntey and creativity of the free mind and that "reason will not public schools The court issued a permanent injunction in favor of a Jewish parent against the Gideon Society, an international Bible distributing agency, blocking the use of Rutherford. New Jersey, public schools for free distribution of Bibles to students Lehman Hits Book B urn e r As He Receives Award NEW YORK WNS) — Herbert H Lehman, on accepting triumph unless the mind is free") the first Mark Eisner Education } nncipal speaker at a dinner at Award from the Amencan Associthe Waldorf Astoria ushering in ation of Jewish Education, lashed the 25th anniversary of the Univer-' out against the book burners and liege of Arts and Science. Stevenson told the 1.500 guests that "an academic ceremony should be an occasion for the re {.m.-ecration of free men to the ruggle for the free mind. "all those who have been attacking and harassing the citadels of freedom in this country and pressing the inquisition into people's opinions and beliefs." Never in his memory. 16 Local Judaeans To Attend Conclave In Daytona Beach Sixteen members of Greater Miami Senior Judaea will travel to Daytona Beach this weekend for the annual Southern Senior Judaea winter conclave at the Princess Issena Hotel, according to Joseph Pardo. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, educational youth agency of Hadassah and the ZOA. The Judaeans 'from Miami are in charge of the Friday night. Saturday morning and Havadallah services ana are under the leader> ship of Tamra Mamches. regional Jewish living chairman. Other events that the group will participate include basketball con-. tests, Israeli folk dance contests' and extemporaneous speaking tournies. Attending the conclave will be | Judy Phillips, vice president from the State of Florida. Janice Stein, j Eileen Weiner. Tamra Mamches. I regional Jewish living chairman. Ronnie Faske. Sandy Rubenstein. Steven Kneapler, Jack Becker. Jerry and Ronald Askowitt. Robert Castle. Al Mamlet, Herman Shapiro. Judy Flashman. Elsa Levick and Helene Seidner. Staff attending from this area include Miriam Scheinberg. Roni Hyman. Hinda Bricklin and Eleanor*. Goodman. Louis Schwartzman. exe] cutlve director of the Bureau of, Jewish Education, will be guest j speaker at the convention on Sunday, December 27th. T< M OHM Ann*""* leed T „ Want WITHOUT Gslnln, A Shu, DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHT AND LOW CALORIE Dim %  am wrmh -. u^moi Uuarapteef-N^TFgn jgjfVm M •nUwtaateaM ||t arMalkt •-Ox. Siza Bottle.. Only 75, AVAILABLE AT YOU! 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PAGE 12 • *••#> flnr*4htf> Palmer to be Honored at Testimonial *~J£?*^ January 10th; Ben Essen Toastmaster %  BMNstimonial dinner honoring Sidney H Palmer, who CWK-lud' fl five consecutive tents its president, will he tendered on January' 10. 1954 at the ling Hotel. Miami Beach, by iigregation Beth El and its affiigroups. The dinner banquet itvfjping given in recognition of Palmer's service to the congregation and for his part in building and establishing Miami's first allday Hebrew school, the Beth El Academy I Under Palmer's leadership, the congregation has greatly expanded, adding to the original building five new classrooms, the Rabbis study, offices, academy hall, and a large auditorium. Palmer has long been identified with the growth of Miami's Jewish community He made his first trip to Miami in 1921. During his residence in Miami, he was closely aligned with many religious and philanthropic groups and was one 1 1 the first Jews to have been honored by the State and to receive the commission of Lt. Colonel and Personal Aide on the staff of the Governor of Florida. Palmer is a Mason, holding his membership in Biscayne Lodge No. 124 for the past 25 years. He is a member of the Scottish Rite Bodies and is Past Monarch of Gazna ('.rot 1o MOVPER of Miami. He also *erved four terms as Patron of Emunah Chapter No. 175. Order of the Eastern Star. He is a member of the BPOE No. 948 of Elks. Baltimore Aerie Order of Eagles, Vidalia Camp of Woodmen of the World and a member of the Miami gcach Lodge Knights of Pythias. Palmer served as president of Congregation Beth David three and a half years, in addition to his presidency at Congregation Beth El for five consecutive terms. He was president of the Miami Avenue Merchants Association and is a member of the Manufacturers Association of Greater Miami He has been serving as secretary and executive vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association for 12 consecutive •• %  TS. He is a member of the Board *i. Governors of the Greater Mini Jewish Federation and a mem tt of the Board of Directors of he Greater Miami Jewish Commitjity Centers Palmer is also a mem fr of the Board of Directors of be Hebrew Free Loan SocietyHe is a life member of the Jew ih Home for the Aged and was one of the charter members of the Jewish War Veterans of Greater Miami and a life member of the Allied War Veterans of the World Palmer is a member of the Vladeck Branch No. 692. Workmen's Circle, and an honorary citizen of Boys Town He is a member of the Miami Chamber of £ommerce. Palmer is a graduate of the American School of Practipedics. During World War II. he served with the IS Coast Guard Auxiliary and was honorably discharged at the conclusion of the war. Ben Essen, local attorney, will be toastmaster of the evening. Tbjt dinner Banquet Committee )beaded by Dr Shmaryahu T S-wifiky. Beth El spiritual leader. Max Silver. Philip Berkowitz. Al Brandeis AJC Lunch Brandeis (ha pter. American Jewish Congress, will have a mem-' tership dessert luncheon at the Sea Gull Hotel on Monday. December 28th. 1 p.m. Jerry Kogan, son of Mrs. Yetta Kogan. Division president, will be the speaker of the day. Ttie unveiline of a monument to the memory of the late Kaltaan C. j Burns, formerly bt Ir\in; Letirmaa officiating Mr Burns i rarvived by hi wi! Lillian: four daughters. Mrs. Ellen Mae Cohen. Greensboro. North Carolina. Mrv Gioria Berger. Buf falo. Nt* York. Mr. Rostjm Silver man. Ctrictgn, Il'inois: and Miss Joyce Burns Mr Burn< also leaves his son. Maurice. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Weiner Unveiling SHmty N. Mm* Zisman. Burnette Roth. Hon. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Muuni and Hon. Harold Shapiro. Mayor of Miami Beach. Dedication of a monument to th^ memory of the late Harry J. Wei ner. formerly >t 82*3 Ocean Drive will take place Sunday. December 27th at 130 p.m at ML Sinai Ceme tery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Weiner is survived by his wife, three sons, including Edward of Miami, and one daugh, ter. Betty Kout; also two brothers I and five sisters. Thurmond Monuj ment Company is in charge of arrangements Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Honig Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory' of the late Rabbi Jacob J Honig. former spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Holly••Of, Fla will take place Sunday. :H-I 27th, at 2:30 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Yiemorial Park Cemetery with Rubbis Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation and David Shapiro of Temple Sinai Congregation of Hollywood. Fla., officiating. Rabbi Honig is survived by his wife Bornice E., two sons, Barry H. and Daniel I.: also two brothers, Nat Honig of New York and Dr. I Honig of Topeka. Kanar.d three sisters, Mrs. Pearl llousman. Mrs. Bert Schiller and Mrs. Blossom Shilton, all of New York. Arrangements are in charge FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1$J — % %  %  monument' pany. Friends and rea*J asked to attend. Hoffman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rev. Aaron Hoffman, formerly of 1438 SW 14th Street will take place Sunday, December 27th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Rev. Hoffman is survived by his wife Lillian and a sister. Mrs. Ida Tartell. of Jamaica. NY. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Saslow Unveiling Dedication of a moment to the memory of the late Harry Saslow. formerly of 226 Jefferson Avenue, will take place Sunday. December 27th at 1:30 p.m at ML Swai Ceme tery. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Saslow is survived by his wife. Motile; two sons. Joseph and Mortimer; two daughters. Mrs. Pauline Silver and Miss FayRita Saslow Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company: friends and relatives are asked to attend. Abelson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Benjamin Abelson. formerly of 1752 SW 10th Street, will take place Sunday. December 27th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery' with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Abelson is survived by his wife Rose, his mother Yetta, his son Milliard, of Buffalo and a daughter. Mrs. Samuel Goodrich, of Miami; also four sisters, Mrs. Mary Neff. Lillian Gediman, Violet Gelb and Mrs. Eleanor Schneider, all of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company: friends and relatives are asked to attend. Soller Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Soller formerly of 2365 SW 9th St.. will take place Sunday. December 27th at 330 p.m at Mt Sinai Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr Soller is survived by his wife, one son. three daughters including Mrs Mildred Kammin sky and Mrs Mathilda Grarf. one sister and one brother Arrange-' ments are in charge of Thurmond \ Monument Company: friends and' relatives are asked to attend. Wayner Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Murrav Wayner. formerly of 515 Palermo. Coral Gables, will take place Sun-1 day. December 27th at 1:30 p m. at j Mt Nebo Cemetery' with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating Mr. Way ner is survived by his wife, Sylvia, two sons. Stephen Alan and Barry Lee. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wayner; also one sister. Mildred. 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