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The Jewish Floridian ( January 23, 1953 )

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%  l^wifelbJEIIiDJriidBigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [27—Number 4 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Iter Slashes At Revive Ritual Murder Libel portents of Law Against Jews; UN Is Fearful lurst Is Applauded By [ress; See No Revision „ 4GT0N (JTA) — An anti-Semitic outburst in the House litatives last week featured an angry defense by RepresentaE. Walter, of Pennsylvania, of the McCarran-Walter Inland Naturalization Act which he had co-sponsored. tburst, which was warmly applauded by the new 83rd Conted presentation to the House of President Truman's mesg for "warrant and — mission headed by former Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman were aimed "to eliminate from our immigration laws the unfortunate provisions which apply discriminContinu.d en Page 10 A nsideration" of the reclons for revision of the ri in the report of the Commission on ImmiNaturalization. nan told Congress that ncndations of the comiort Contract Bias Is Continuing To Decrease jlNGTOM ns, subsequently invitIreau of Jewish Employ |>lems to a conference to In arrangement designed with the nondiscrimina then agreed to issue a of merit employment lall supervisory and em! personnel, to eliminate [>ry questions on re ligion and nationality from employment application forms and to* instruct its personnel department to employ qualified applicants from all ethnic groups. It is has been verified, said the Committee, that Jewish workers now arc employed by the company in office and plant occupations. The Committee, formed by Mr. Truman on December* 3. 1951, reported it had found that "evidence of discrimination is everywhere and takes many forms. To see bias in stark boldness, one need only read the help wanted section of almost any daily newspaper and note the advertisements signifying white only' or 'Gentiles only'." Dwight R. G. Palmer, of New York, chairman of the General Cable Company, headed the Committee. Its memberincluded Irving M. Engel, Boris Shiskin, James B. Carey, George Meany and others. eluded that the Jews were an "unstable" element of the population not to be relied upon in the event of war with the West, would deport the entire Jewish population of the Soviet Union to Siberia. The Kremlin's violent blast against the Jews, following so closely after the Prague purge trials, brought terror to the Jews of the Soviet satellite states. In Berlin, an American Air Force chaplain urged Western authorities to grant refuge to Jews fleeing to West Germany from Communistdominated lands. Twenty-five Jews from East Germany, including local Jewish leaders, sought safe haven m West Berlin 72 homvafter the first broadcast against the "Jewish conspirators". Condemn New Onslaught A world which has not yet forgotten the extermination of six million Jews by the Nazis, recoiled in shock as the Communists, borrowing from the Nazis and their predecessors among the Black hundreds, claimed discovery of a "Jewish plot" directed by American intelligence agencies relaying their orders to Soviet Jews through the Joint Distribution Committee, to kill off the leaders of the Soviet Union. This was to be done by Jewish doctors betraying the trust of their patients and deliberately mis-diagnosing and mis-treating their ailments. According to Moscow, the nine arrested doctors "confessed" that they had killed Andrei Zhdanov, Communist strong man, in 1948, and Alexander Sherbakov. head of the Red Army's political American medical authorities ridiculed the charges, coming so long after the deaths and made without any description of the treatments the Jewish doctors allegedly gave wrongfully. Dr. Louis H. Bauer, president of the American Medical Association, condemned the charges against the Jewish doctors. Both the State Departments Voice of America and the transmitters of the Committee for a Free Europe lost no time in carrying a full reply to the Communist allegatiqns, quoting medical authorities and representative Jewish organizations. JDC 'chairman Edthe JDC as "fantastic," was extensively quoted. • The Communist newspapers were the sole voices in the free world to seek to defend or justify the Soviet action, and this they did to a certain extent by intensifying their protestations of capitalist anti-Semitism in the Rosenberg case. Their trump card was an "interview" with the Chief Rabbi of Moscow by the correspondent of the London Daily Worker who quoted this witness to the effect that everything for the Jews was fine in the workers' paradise. Statesmen, churchmen and other public figures in every free nation and the press, publicly expressed revulsion over the new drive against the Jews. New York's ward M. M. Warburg's statement Governor Thomas E. Dewey sumdenouncing the Soviet slander of' Continued on Page 10A %  ir -tt it


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FRIDAY, Ororitz Nmmed Chairman ****** Convert Scheduled January 29ih Continued from Page 1 A of the Israel Government." he stated. Venezky. speaking of Israel, added: "This is not a barren land for which there is no hope. On the contrary, it is a land whose soil is ready to yield to water and careful cultivation and to give up a rich bounty. "It is a land which has vast mineral resources requiring machinery and transportation for profitable exploitation. It is a land where ambition and imagination, coupled with dollars, can create a widespread industry to meet the needs of the local consumers and to provide sufficient overage to create an advantageous export market." Hiehard Janaro Play Featured Believe With Me. an original three act play with music, will be premiered at the Box Theatre of the University of Miami on Sun day, Januarv 25th. 8:30 p.m. The play's author, Richard .Ian aro. of the University of Miami Drama and English Departments, will deliver the concert reading, and Sisterhood oi Agudath Israel with Mimi Newmark and Jick Mil Hebron Institute will take place ler singing to the piano accompanion Saturdaj evening, Januarj 31st, men! ol Jerry Herman 8 p.m.. at the Broadmoor H Joint Affair On 31st A joint affair of the Men's Club The Quality of our MerHiauiiliM* and our Courteous Service Remain the Same ONLY OUR PRICES HAVE CHANGED Jewish Groups Enroll For Bond Effort ,,.,. lartt ,1 Jewish organization, ,,fc ami Broward Counties „'.',, SSr I r behind the KcSning Yehudi Menuhin cert sot for Januarj 29tn at w am, Beach Auditorium Admis L will be by the purchase ol State ol Israel Bonds Mrg [rving Lehrman. Presidenl of t he Conference of Jewish Worn e„s Organizations, said groups.rep resenting all 'hades ol religious belief and all t>P !" t iTue philanthropic groups will eonUnoe ,heir concerted effort to achieve a $500,000 goal in connection •! he arrival hen ol the violin vir In addition to Mrs l-dinnan. Mrs Louis Glasser, immediate past presidenl and Mrs Anna Bn Meyers, the two pasl presidents ol the Conference, arc giving the Is reel Bond Drive their complete support Major responsibilitj for the success of the women por Uon ol the drive rests with Mrs Harn Gersten, chairman of the Women's Division, Major Samuel Neaman, repre sent in.; Ihe Israel Treasury, "ill address the Sephardic Jewish Community "i Greater Miami at the Town and Beach Club at 8 p.m on January' 25th. Elia Gaba> chair man said Major Neaman will dis cuss the Menuhin concert Local leaders have been a %  % % %  I reat i fforts to gear 1st %  handise lo requin the I s market Tl o extent efforts m that shown t>> investors in 1st thi Israel Expositi it It ; Vvenue Meanwhile, h ing Lehrn ich Jewish t [or his effort Holy da> sale ol Israel ; well as i"i" his continue I pi pation in th cat loseph i herner, national li • n| the Rabbi with a during I i es I In the last si man> volunteers have put in hout : %  i V*t* Sinm Together AT TMf Slat YIAR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT in NMT ef .la rob Srlunliior PIONEER IN JEWISH RADIO PROGRAMS which will ae •reseated at th, MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 14th Street A Drexel Avonuo. Miami beech, Florid Sunilav. January 25th. 8::||, TICKETS S2.00 (tax inc.) r TICKETS ON SALE AT THE STAR DAIRY "ESTAUR.J I watn.not'" Avenue For RMr„,„, ,^1 m n uality Kosher Meat Poultry Market 1961 S.W. 8th Street Miami. Florida Telephone 82-5001 U. S. Prime & Choice CHUCK: l b. 74c FLAHKEN: l b. 35c BABY STEER LIVER ... lb. 91 S. .1. FriMMlman A >1. ISrjiliiiii HEBREW BOOK STOHE 417 Washinqton AT. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religioui Supplier For Synagogues and Privsl* Uio. Also for Hebrew Schools. C**S ~:~ Telephone 5-9017 "MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH' Call 2-1776 B STEAK | b. 95c BREAST OF BEEF f t. 8 9c VEAL CHOPS | b. 89c 35C Lincoln Rodd Me2ian.ne Phone S 5419 Entrance on Washington AT. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Styles THE FINEST SOAP! Cuts your cleaning time in hall Made from pur* coconut oil. Distributed by Hi-Grede Food Company Phone SOMETHING TO SEE see it today I the fascinating Israel Exposition An unprecedented display of Israel's amaxing Industrial progreu 1604 WASHINGTON AVtNUi, MIAMI M Op." Su"doy thru Thutiday. 3 p.m. to II p.. ^mlsi!*! Sotu'doy evening, 7 p m. to 11 p.. Air-condil Off I'TMOST IMPORTAXfE IX Jewish Funeral Set Nothing can take the place of a_tk knowledge of Jewish religious tradiWn'J ducting a funeral service that is correct^ particular. I Through many years of faithful lentoj ish families, we'have gained thisal Ym experience and understanding. W^ bility to conduct every sen ice **% with reverence, beautv ami JW3 reservedly accept and honor as a M 0 0 Free Parking # iversii Memorial Cha^j TWO CONVENIENT LOCAU Mia" 'West Flagler fc 20th Ave. • Phone 9-0 Miami Btmck 1236 Washington Are. • Phone 3-777' 14-HOUR AMiULANCC flj EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Director kU :I*B*?J IN NEW YOMh 7dl Sl*rt ** A %  ItOOlLYN MONX L 0.



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JANUARY 23, 1953 +Je*lst) th,H, u PAGE 3 A An Immortal At The Age of 9 A generation ago the world stood still for one breath-taking second when a boy of nine appeared out of nowhere to become an immortal in the hall of musical fame. The genius of Yehudi Menuhin has startled the world for more than a auarter of a century. Today, at the age of 36, this great violinist is at the prime of his remarkable career. His visit to Miami on Thursday. January 29th. is identified with a cause that is very close to Mr. Menuhin's heart. Two years ago he went to Israel for the first time. Last spring he made a second trip to the new democracy of Israel. Since then, he has devoted his talents and his time to advancing the growth and development of Israel. To Menuhin, the building and pioneering of the courageous people of Israel are like the inspiration of great music. And the concert that he will give at the Miami Beach Auditorium will represent this famous artist's salute to a heroic young nation born out of the dreams and sacrifice of freedom-loving men and women. YEHUDI MENUHIN Thursday evening, January 29th at 3:30 p.m. Miami Beach Auditorium An Unforgettable Event In The Cultural Life Of Greater Miami Free Reserved Seats to those who Purchase State of Israel Bonds YEHUDI MENUHIN CONCERT COMMITTEE 1622 Collins Avenue Phone 58-5561 MAX OROV1TZ. Chairman



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i>AGE 4 A b~.it fksktter FRIDAY. IAfflu. T Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish Floridian at 12t N. E Sixth Street M.am. 11. £^J, Entered a. second-das, matter W*!" ^ ,7,9. Telephones 2-1141 2-WU S L B S C R I P T I O N RATES During The Week • .\* i $ BT LEO MIMOLIN DR KURT PEISER SITS IN A BOOK-LINED • One Year $3.00 Two Year, FRED K. SH OCHET E dito r and Publisher Volume 2 7 LEO MINDLIN News Editor FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1953^ ^ DR KURI Ktin • %  •• in DWK-LINED 0FF|rr ssoc Fair plant in Miami. Beyond the immediate sphere of his "*! are the bustle and the excitement of any large lnisin-J^H Shevat 7. 5 7 13 What's 1 our Kr.-iiid? Reports comina from behind the Iron Curtain are too numerous and freauent to catalogue. Out of the vortex of charges made by the Soviet Government and its satellites against Zionism and "the Jewish conspiracy". a definite pattern is currently being established. It is clear that anti-Semit:srr. has now become State policy. It is also clear that the age-old migration of Jews from the cauldrpn of hatred directed aqainst them once more takes up its way on the terrifyinq backroads of Europe. Unfortunately, the repercussion of Soviet anti-Semitism is felt strongly in the West, as well. Professing great outrage at the "revival" of poisonous prejudice and race murder, leaders here are in the process of making nouncements which betray their innermost feelings. The prevalent mode is to equate Stalii with Hitlerism but to distinguish between them on the basis of their particular brands of antiSemitism. The Fuehrer, it is popularly said, hated Jews because they occupied official posts he. himself, coveted. The Red Premier, on the other hand, advances such hatred to confuse the discontent of Soviet citizens who are infuriated by the fact thai "smart Jews" have ensconced themselves in the most enviable industrial posts. Both these premises are naive explanations. More important, however, is the fact that no difference but point of view exists between them. What they do is to highliqht Western "Tolerance". While arminq Iron Curtain Jewry against what seems a terrible and new onslaught, we must not disarm ourselves before the seeds of prejudice currently flowering here. \>\v Itriiisl. Spokesman Harold Beeley has been appointed head of the British Information Services in Washinqton. This is a significant bit of information when one recalls that Beeley organized and advised Arab opposition to the United Nations Palestine partition proposal in 1947. Remember Ernest Bevin. the late secretary of Britain's Foreign Affairs from 1945 through 1949? It is a curious matter of coincidence that Beeley was also Bevin's advisor on Palestine affairs. Perhaps these are all unrelated, but we choose not to think so. With a mixture of horror and humor, we look forward to the sort of "information" Beeley will be distributing in Washington. The Arab Legation in our nation's capitol might just as well shut down and save on upkeep expenses. It will have a competent spokesman in Harold Beeley. T;i I in miff's Appoint mem Announcement of the appointment of George J. Tahanoff as Assistant Attorney General came here early this week. Mr, Talianoff first moved to Florida as director of the state's reqional Anti-Defamation League office and served durinq a tryinq period for race relations work. He achieved rapid success in getting Miamians. Jew and non. Jew alike, interested in the problems resultinq from prejudice. Subsequently, he resigned to enter the private practice of law. But at no time did Mr Tahanoff give up his active participation in the civic and religious expressions of communal hfe Serving in many organizations, he has Brith nSen l na,ional direc, rship in B'nai The recognition that now comes to Mr Talianoff as Assistant Attorney General is a complim ent to him and a source of pride to Miami The llnl Xtotmnm Mr. Menuh.n places bow to strina herenext Thursday evening a. the M.am, Beach Audv torium. This promises to be an outstanding musical and social event of the current season. No program has yet been announced. Such reticence shows great taste on the part of the "less veritable honeycomb of cubbyholes bursts with the mov em — mercial activity, F.mployees walk through narrow corSU strange, running gait, their eyes filled by the calculation',uS Most thnn.~ seem t<> radiate away from I)r IVi-er, 0 *" then ;meticulous order. Momentarily, the books and th'* hty are Intrusive But once the visitor adjusts to lne ^" aura here, he i taken up by the fancy of Intellect and II,. is released from the nervously energetic patterns | e ft mu holes and the corridors outside. The quietude and the ease? tration assume a proportion of habit. The visitor observes l' eyes of In* host and wonder*. \rhat is the function of this library' within the hub of market chain' The presence here of the works ol great liierl' and social scientists seems, afterall. hardly neccs-.,r\ Dr pL' violin virtuoso. At this late date, Mr. Menu|l|1|p (o exp i a j n f„ r explanation means that he must talk ah hin continues to insist that his presence here M .„ T his. hf \, loath* to do: Dr. Peiser is a genuinely hunjjJ must not oveishadow the central function of Four items give clues to his past and future. Ihej are no J? ,, among the many volumes, but they serve as convenient (if conversation Israel Bonds will be in his mind as he ap-j A striking photographic portrait of the late |ir chaim tu pears before his audience. The spiritual tie j hangs on the wall. Beside it. in their frames, are two acidZl between himself as a Jewish artist and the tions One is • diploma in Latin, signifying that he has beet, new nafon in whose behalf he will play must the degree ol Doctor of Human Letters. The other is an IUB serve we hope as a common rdllyinq point certificate given Dr Peiser on his resignation as vice preside*. 1 for the thousands of our community's residents Unlversitj ol Pennsylvania The fourth .tern, a silver ei Br kj who turn out to hear Mr. Menuhin. ** "' h "" "> P"*"** All.ed jew.sh A, Meanwhile, a host of musical surprises a. DR pE|SER RET|CENTLY TALKS A§0UT in store for us. If the vutuosos past Dr W( 1/n|ann „, v „. m;irks m in(imaU>|v ,,„,„„, ^ ^ career is any indication, then we may truly m communa | an( j academic work. One learns thai hi expect a concert of rich proporlion. Whatever VMl degree (nun the University <>f Michigan and that he sn cur tastes, howevei we shall best applaud the became instrumental in the organization of numerous hospital visiting artist by bearing in mind, through sigcinnati as well as in Philadelphia. nificant bond purchases, that Mr, Menuhin has He apparent!) took -criously the spirit ol (he < ity oil. come here primarily to hasten the upbuildinq Love tor Inhlstorj is replete with long hours ol toil in thei 0 i i sra el. humanity l here, he was affiliated with the aged home. Tien i ader in I JA's annual drive. There, he attained the highest of his scholarly career. And there, were recorded many paint onein the years of his iriendship with Israel's first PreaH A scrapbook reveals chosen portraits made ol the to '. when Mr Wcit/mann visited the United StateThey >it [ Tu B'Shvat, Hebrew Arbor Dav, falls this near a window ,he ""^ linn re-ioiesia Peiser s scholarly inclination. Almost as an afterthought ai that he was a member of the faculty at Columbia Universityfaraj iod ol -i\ years Hut his pinnacle of attainment came at the Is |of Pennsylvania where, as vice president, he reached intoUttl realm of academic administration. As the only Jew in America to be granted such an honor, he bears the memorjl tenure with dignity and reserve. NOW, DR. PEISER SITS IN HIS OFFICE at the Food Far( Inbooks about him making an island of remembrance vague allusions to the fact that he might have assumed the | of the University of Pennsylvania when Harold Stassen n Mcome Dwight Eisenhower's mutual security administrator 0a| idly recalls that Dr Peiser was earnestly begged to reconsiderl resignation What then, is his purpose here' Primarily he has taken charge of the Food Fair FoundsttaU that he will have lost touch with neither of his fusial tHe will set up funds for scholarships, fellowships afl versit) endowments And he will consider his suggested \mT with an eye always on essential civic and philanthropic nerii At home on Normandy Isle, he lives with hiwife a manner A deepl) devout person. Dr. Peiser feelthat their" no compromise with spiritual bejief. Compromise he says, P*J loss of religion What he demands from humankind B 1 red with a hiKh level of intelligence. It seems ill" markable that has found so many friends. Although new to the Miami community, he knows ruU I nere Some are former associates in his myriad activities *" M is being sought after to take pert in the city s many M* 1 IT Peiser will, for a long time, continue his relative "rtun; at the Foundation and on s sociology b<.k be w cuBttun wn,c Meanwhile, he is content to spend his spare momenUtf^ Pointing at various persons as they pass and remarking: *Jl student i d e|,vered the address to his graduation 6 'nere is an old I niversity of Pennsylvania man .,[ But this is no retired schoolmaster's surviving on n*""J s a vigorous soul in the process of pause. This is a moHfjn *ing out the moral and the intelligent When Or *fSi "P the task of communal activity, he will bring to Miami •*-, never yet known EDITOR'S NOTE BETWEEN YOU AND ME conducted he Umted States THE DOMEST.C SCENE: The Ame ^ re ""ing from Arab i re^Hm iT^rrT^ *''' hp .tie propaganda related to Israel j audience! n^!. "!!f.^" dd re "" i UN MlLnSSLi*?*" ^'ood, of % %  •per 11-jbM II.


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INUARY 23. 1953 -Jtwlstrhrkfton PAGE 5 A Peiser (left) being interviewed by Jewish Floridian litor and columnist Leo Mindlin. A former vice preside University of Pennsylvania and an ardent Jewish \a\ worker. Dr. Peiser is now head of the Food Fair Son. (See Page 4 A) fonal Steps In udence Of Revealed Itional step for the indelof Israel has been made development of the port [of the Akaba Gulf and fine of the Negev wasteconstruction of a road [port to the historic city cement of these moves during a press conferho Israel Exposition by (Greater Miami chairman | of Israel. veiled that with these ^t> Israel has overcome an blockade of commodgh the Suez Canal. The tarrying a cargo of steel %  rom East Africa, docked pa-.t week. The port is the southern tip of BVIIZ. chairman of the tnuhin Concert Commitpced stars Jan Bart and at the conference. The Mcnuhin will be held lami Beach Auditorium I 29th. Admission is by Irchase of Israel bonds. [present were escorted Be Exposition by an Ism More than 1,100 itmanufactured, producpnbled in Israel — form display which is open lie from 3 p.m. to H Jay through Thursday, lay, it reopens Saturday 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Ac*adVmy Fathers Plan >w Season Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club met last night at the Academy building, according to Irving Firtel. president. The meeting served to launch a full schedule of activities and pro jects for the Spring Semester. In| eluded on the agenda was an announcement by Sidney Rubinowitz. chairman of the Concert Commiti tee, of plans for a Second Annual j Fathers' Club Concert at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium on | Sunday evening. March 8th. The concert will feature the renowned child Cantors Shimele and Lazarke Berger, 11 and 6 years old respectively. David Seid was selected chairman of the Family Picnic planned for Sunday. February 1st, at Crandon Park. Name Chairmen Of CJA Units; Speakers' Bureau Enrolled Tc Tell Appeal's Story Sam Hi ii i;m. chairman of the Trades Division, has announced appointments of leaders in ten major trade and professional units. Named to assist in tfafl campaign are Miami Attorneys UnitLouis Hciman: Miami Beach Attorneys-Judge Harold Spaet; Miami Beach Physicians—Dr. Charles Werblow; Miami Dentists—Dr. Melvin Backer; Miami Accountants I nit Joseph Post; Paints, Chemicals and Hardware—Al Sherman. The Drug Division will be headed by a four-man unit con-' listing of Herbert Grossman. Sam Goldman. Louis Fleischman and Jerome Stern. Liquor Division in eludes Marvin Levin. Marvin Rauzin and Leu Chaikin; Vending Machines Unit—Albert Cornfield and Sam Taran: and Health Services Unit—Rabbi Samuel Machtei. Aaron Kravitz. chairman of the Retail Stores Unit, entertained 15 I key workers at a cocktail party in | progress report dinner on Tueshis home on Tuesday. Joe Post sub-, day. January 27th. 6 p.m.. at the sequently organized the Miami Ac Biscayne Terrace Hotel, countants Unit at a reception in More than 40 key workers in nis Home. | the annua ] drive are expected to The Annual Attorneys Banquet I report on coverage of prospects in some 35 industry divisions in the Greater Miami area. A new trades group, the Coral Israel Viewed At 'Spinoza lor A symposium on Israel will be given tomorrow afternoon. 3 p.m., at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. Ruth Brotman. dramatic soprano and music critic, will describe the Music Festival held in the Jewish state last August. Jack Fishman, recent recipient I of a free trip to Israel, will speak on the economic and cultural conditions there. The Spinoza Forum meets on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham i Wolf son, 11th Street and Ocean 1 Court. (Shore Service iture Sermon trs at North Shore nter during Friday evepces tonight, 8:15 p.m., spiritual leader Rabbi tamowitz in a discussion Icncan immigration polpilated in the McCarran ibramowitz has first^rience in immigration was chief immigration Italy for three years. Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to th* Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nureing Service. Special Dieta Strictly Observed. Private and SemiPrivate Rooms. LEO ALLEN, Director 338 S.W. 2th Avenue Phones 2-S437 and 9-0271 lUzbbl JOMDII E. Rackornky 945 Michigan Arenu* Miami Beach Phonai 5-3595 by PALM DOmUBUTORS. INC. St. Miami 37. Flo. was planned at a luncheon meeting of Campaign Coordinator Aaron Kanner. Louis Heiman and Judge Harold Spaet earlier this| aS^wJSSmSTSi£li Z w2L2Z L'quor D.v.s.on me on is bcing organizcd under thc |ead Wednesday and discussed plans. c rship nf Si Kcmach It wilI hold for concentrated coverage of all its first mcc(jng at hc home of dealers distributors, wholesalers ; Na winokur 3314 Andcrson Road and reta!l stores. Cora Gab os Qn Thursday evening. The Paints. Chemicals and Hard January 29th. ware Unit, meeting earlier, heard .. An a „ out effort (0 organize an Al Sherman chairman^ report on oxclusivc Coral Gables trades the inaugural dinner. Key workers group who accepted pledge cards for im mediate coverage include Al Con-| S isters store on ~ M 7racle" MJle. stantin. Murray Herlands, Herman VOLUNTEERS!! JOIN THE BOND BRIGADE at the ALGIERS HOTEL SUNDAY. JANUARY 25, 1953 11 A.M. All Yehudi Menuhin Concert Workers are invited io attend a RALLY in their honor in the beautiful ALADDIN ROOM. JAN BART and a surrounding show oi outstanding entertainers will be on hand. Tickets are scarce Please return all outstanding tickets. will be made." said Kemach. who is manager of the Three Kellerman. Martin Raub and Mar tin Tower. A Speakers' Bureau designed to tell the story of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal to all organizations in Dade County has been set up by the Campaign Cabinet's Educational Committee. More than 30 speakers, in both English and Yiddish, are again Trades Chairman Sam Heiman has announced the appointment of Mrs. Frances Miller' to head a women's solicitation committee to be known as the Lincoln Road Unit for the purpose of covering worn en's apparel and children's shops. Mrs. Miller will be assisted by Mrs. Jack Ablin who recently served as chairman of the Patrons FOR RENT FOR WEDDINGS OR AUDITORIUM MEETING ROOMS COMPLETE KITCHEN FACILITIES AMPLE PARKING SPACE APPLY: A. PEPPER 82-1047 or 9-3004 available for informative talks beUnit in the Women's Division, fore civic, educational, religious. Leo Ackerman has been apand fraternal groups in this area, i pointed chairman of the Insurance Trades Division chairmen and i Unit in Miami, and the veteran members of the 1953 Combinedi campaigner reports an enrollment Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet I of nearly a score of workers in this will participate in a pep rally and trades unit. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELF RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9 8401 AL MEIDENBERO, Owner &f at"* COGUST BROS ftyrr f. a %  >. 11 t v I ts tht nt si DlFft^ &f /Creamy Smoothness all its ownl ^Far Richer Flavor! CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones Miami Office 153 N.K. 2th St* Phone 82-4731



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PAGE. 6 A + le*lstfMdto!L Miss Elaine Stone Chooses Nylon Tulle; Tailored Bolero Completes Ensemble Miss Elaine Iva Stone, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S Montague Stone. 752 Lenox Avenue, was wed on Sunday January 4th. to Harry Breiter. son of Mrs. Regina and the late Arnold Breiter. 1325 Daytonia Road. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, officiated at the ceremony performed in the Versailles Hotel. Cantor Irving Robinson assisted. Best man was Phil Breiter. brother of the groom. Myron I. Stone, brother of the bride, and Stanley Zimmerman were ushers. The altar was decorated with palms, white gladiolas. pompoms and white tulips. The bride chose a waltz-len-'h bown. with full white nylon tulle skirt over satin The chantilly lacetailored waist was attached to the skirt by a chantilly cummerbound. The halter neckline was finished with seedpearl and sequin design. A tailored bolero, with long-fitted sleeves, completed the ensemble Her triple-tiered veil of French illusion was held in place by a band of maching lace and ending in clusters of stephanotis at the ears. The bride carried a by gymmetrical bridal bouquet centered with two white orchids and showered with stephanotis and lace. Matron of honor was the groom's sister, Frances Zimmerman, attired in gold tissue lame and carrying a heart-shaped fan of orchids Miss Sandra Zimmerman, niece of the groom, was the bridesmaid. She chose a -hell pink tulle ballerina. with matching stole HIT flowers crc the si %  ..th %  of the matron of lion, r Diane Zimmerman, niece of tl r | etah H ward Stone, br <: the bride, was ring boarer Mrs Stone, mother of the bride. chose copper tissue lame with peach tulle, and MrBreiter. ninthi r : the groom, chose steel blue alencon lace. Both wore double slipper orchid corsages MrMeyer Davidson, maternal grandmother of the bride, wore I taffeta and purple orchid A reception and dinner dam the Versailles Hotel followed the ceremony. Table decorationwere of pink roses, white tuberoses and blue iris. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami The groom is a graduate of Plainfield High School and attended Rutgers University. He was with the United States Army in the European Theatre of War. Gables Thespians Ring Up Curtain Tomorrow Night The Theater GutW ol 'he I oral ,;.,,„. Jewish Center opens Ito curtain tomorrow evening! for the second presentation of the LOT ., lS on. when it presents .spring ., corned) drama in three act* Curtain time \i 8 30 pm The •plai will continue for performances on Januan 25th and 2th Bob Brenner again directtni^ production and indicationpoint to another smash it The play deals with Jewish family life, and com %  humor m s story The role of the mother will be ed bj Esther Naness who was ired in Morning Star produce I • year bj the Guild Mildred Wasman and Gail Podell fill the roleof daughti Supporting an Nal Walberg, Monroe Myers, Gertrude Man William Lieberman and Lou Tan ner Pear,s At \\'J Mi Sylvia R p2 | of Mrs „„* P p Jj lyn. New York. J^ of Jack H M Jr*l *< also of fcj Miami Beach wj January iot h ^* fe.W Mn. Harry Breiter For her going awaj costume the bride chose a pink faille suit and white accessories with white double orchid corsage Cpon completion of a wedding trip to Cuba, Mr and Mrs Breiter will reside at 132S Daytoni Kej Jacob Ben-Ami Here February 8 i in -. • 8'.h. a major 11 take place .' Hieh School Au lit actor %  ad the 40th Ju Theatrical • in a three • Ian im of drama, songs and Participating in the evening will 0 be the famous Israeli composer N'ahum Nardi; Ahuva Tsadok, Interpretor of Hi %  re folk and modern Israeli music; Bertha (ier-ten. of the American Yiddish Theatre Ben Bonus and Al Harris. Robert Sorosky Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Rotiert. -on of Mr and MrLou rosky, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, 3 am. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congr< gation The Bar Mitzvah attendMiami Beach Junior Huh School, ipres ident of hiclass and performin the school band He will conduct the servici WOTRabbi Sin i Vpril, spiritual %  r, will respond An will be held in the Bar MitzMr and '• %  • Soi osk) at "heir home, 815 I %  n Sund : include Coi nd Mi I Nybei Mr ai Frieda Sorosky, all ol I bicago, HI %  Ben-Ami MM. Jack Moiei Miss HochstadtTo NVcd Serviceman Mr and Mrs Max Hochstadt. of 2t>21 Lincoln Avenue, Coconut Grove, announce the engagement of their daughter. Gloria, to Jerry Siegel son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, 410 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach l he bride elect was graduated from Miami High School. Mr. Siegel attended the University of Mi ami and will serve in the United StateCoast Guard following the lied iled for March 28th, at the Lincoln Manor llomv Auxiliary Plans Family Xiiihl Tuvstlau \ famil) night meeting of the eater Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will take place on Tuesday. Jan27th 8 p m at Temple Beth 0 Mrs. Sol SU^ennan president. Mrs Louii Glass*)!*, program chairman, haarranged for a special playlette. The Face Of America which will 1. directed by Mrs. n Miller. The cast includes Sandy MichelMalcolm Stewart. Terry Wall. Morowite, Barbara (hemin. Mildred Dronge, F.laine Regelheim and Rachel Bramin. A surprise event for the evening. MrGlasaer -aid, will feature Anne Frankel Bessie MW the on Rabbi irv.ng u hrm leader. off, cla ted vZ '' was Florence Pod *. the bride. stanlev i best man "*' The bride selected 4 enna-length lm lace gown w,th a v .|, w ried white orchids on 1J shoulder-lenRth ilhj.,,,,7" attached to a cloche of, imported lace For something bomj bride wore a strand Z pearls that IK longs to W Newly wed Mrs M 0 ^ j from James Monroe Hi* in Brooklyn and Maim lege of the City of x w The groom was an pilot for five years Cecelia Alpenn. of \ n J A reception followed t mony in the Center Steinbeck Noveflj Renewed On Tu Mrs I. || Wemstem it. East Of Eden, by John' on Tuesday. January **x\ m.. at Temple Beth a The review is one in 11 the Tuesday Book Re-ajJ sored by the r.reater vJ ter of Hada--ah Ir, ciaj rangementis 1 r~>****' Beth David Sisterhood —! 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>ARY 23. 1953 *b*lshfhtilnri PAGE 7 A ISilverston Troth Announced I Saul I. Kenholz, of Avenue, Miami the engagement \ Helene Edythe, rerston, son of Mr. Silverston, Flushwho has resided for 18 years, is a liami Beach Senior Id attended the Unili. She was active in Junior Hadassah lh ^n attended Syracuse | was graduated from [ of Miami, where he of Zeta Beta Tau |compIeted two years the army, during )e was assigned in Military Intelligence ir East. is scheduled to Jew York. Goldman jged lent of Miss Phyllis krman Goldman was [a party held in the |>ridc-elect's parents, Samuel Bryman, 825 f.side. the son of Mr. and [man, 1355 13th Terleach. graduated from Mi lh School, where she |r of the Majorette I'nivcrsity of FlorMiss Hthn Kenholi Miss Torein Engaged To Law Student Mr. and Mrs. Harry Torem, 905 Fairway Drive, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their I daughter, Gloria Florence, to Melvin I. Muroff, son of Mrs. Joseph Muroff, 9350 East Bay Harbor Drive and Brookline, Massachusetts. Miss Torem was graduated from Miami Senior High School and New York University, where she pyffil Bryman d Alpha Epsilon hd was a member of M F dance organizapct is now a SociolIniversity of Mikn also graduated leach )(ii*ti School, active in sports. He liversity of Florida idont at the Univerwhere he belongs u Fraternity. Mist Gloria Torem received the BS degree. She was dean of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, president of Pan Hellanic Association and treasurer of the NYU Judson Council. Mr. Muroff receive the AB degree at Union College. His MS degree was granted him at Columbia University, and he is now a graduating senior at the University of Miami Law School. Mr. Muroff is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Kappu Nu. He is secretary of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. il. Crown To Live In Wyoming At Temple Beth Sholom on January 2nd, Leile E. Rosenthal, 193 North Shore Drive. Miami Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe A. Levi, Rochester, New York, became the bride of Irving E. Crown, of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Beth Sholom spiritual leader, officiated. A reception followed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Babel, 620—44th Street. Mrs. Crown's daughters, the Misses Zan and Helene Rosenthal, were the bride's attendants. Frank Crown was best man for his brother. Mrs. Norman Babel was matron of honor. The couple left for an extended Caribbean honeymoon and will make their home in Cheyenne. Wyoming. 7 .v* Crewa 3 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glazer. of 252 Westwood Drive, Key Biscayne, announce the birth of their son, Mitchell Aram, last December 16th. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal and children. Harvey and Sarah, have returned to Savannah. Georgia, after visiting with their parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. 451 SW 30th Road, ft ft ft Miss Selma Schenkman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schenkman, 1355 Drexel Avenue, arrived here yesterday for a two-week vacation with family and friends. A graduate of the University of Miami, she now resides in New York, where she is a student at NYU Graduate School. ft ft ft Mrs. Irving Ehrlich, of Brooklyn. New York, is a house guest here of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tudor, 829 SW 18th Avenue, Miami, ft ft ft Alan M. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gordon, 1519 SW 14th Street, Miami, has left for Boot Training in the Navy at San Diego, California. He was a student in the School of Engineering at the University of Miami. Kalman Salzman, of Brooklyn, New York, father of Mrs. Gordon, is visiting in Miami now. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classman, of 6477 SW 12th Street, announce the birth of their son, Gerald Lee. on December 17th. at Mercy Hospital. The Briss took place on December 25th. at the home of Gerald Lee's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Samowitz. 785 SW 21st Road, with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Seldman. of 701 SW 23rd Avenue. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Harry Classman. ft ft ft Errol Montgomery was born to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bloom, of 551 NW 40th Court, Miami, at Mount Sinai .Hospital on December 19th. The Briss took place on December 26th. with Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. John Feller, of 1345 SW 18th Street. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mandel. of 2350 SW 11th Terrace, and Mrs. Rachel Bloom. ft ft ft Captain David Seitlin, who spent one and a half years with the United States Army Dental Corps in Japan, is now in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, awaiting his release from service. Captain Seitlin will return to Miami shortly. ft ft ft Spending their winter vacation at the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schliff, of New York City. They are relatives of the Herman Gordons, Miami. ft ft tt*utlu J Meiakh 91A HELEN ALPERT Sparkling Saturday afternoon spotlights this week's Spinoza Forum when a now wrinkle to tho celebrated Samuel Johnson-Boswoll duo makes its appearance—taking Boswell notes on Ruth Brotman's Israel talk will be the Yiddish novelist Tolush, for the Yiddish papers. Further descriptions of his Israel trip will be given by Jack Fishman (he'll speak, not sing); and Max Axar will send you off chuckling with his readings from Sholom Aleichem ... As surely everybody knows, the place is 124 I lth Street, Miami Beach Ruth, incidentally, and it was no incident, nabbed those prized opera tickets as winner in membership for the Miami Beach Music and Arts League. This was so frantic a race that score keeper Audrep Edrick gave up trying to produce the photo-finish Thursday night at their installation dinner, despite Harold Shapiro's pleas for the verdict. Indeed, it stacked up as so delightful and friendly an evening that nobody could keep much of a mind on business, the main business being to welcome everybody to the opening of what promises a brilliant year's accomplishments Leo Mindlin and I managed to get there in time to avoid our own introductions; several friends later looked at us doubtfully, as if we didn't deserve it, to comment on what a "build-up" we'd received We're.heading their Literary Department, we'll try to hold our own against the preponderance of musicians and artists. In a businesslike way, therefore, we appointed committee-member Fred Palmer who, in his North Miami plant, is shortly issuing reprints of outof-date books. In New York, Fred's firm was Dover Publishers Drifting over to chat was Eva (Mrs. Sam) Fuchs. They've been here 2 years, and a couple of weeks ago bought the handsome Stratosphere apartments Blooming younger than ever was Mana-Zucra — she does look marvelous — along with husband Irwin M. Cassel, beside Jennie Grossinger. And sitting where she could admire them both was blonde Maria Marcy, diction and dramatic coach Charles H. Lee's typewriter writes in italics explaining he isn't sure why he "shines" in the League. As Astronomy lecturer, everybody knows he shines everywhere, so that's the answer, Doctor Lee! He's also special Israel newscaster for the Beach Zionists The new Cantor Jack Bornstein (spouse was home, ill) was accompanied by Josie Adler (spouse Lou Adler was away playing — don't misunderstand — his fiddle) pleasing all with a powerful voice ON TOUR: Any time Saul Worth craves to write a column, he's got a hurvltailored head: "It's Worth While!'' New note for actor Boris Pritcher, Isaac Gellis' manager, is heralded by his joining the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Pretty flack (means publicity) for Young Adult Group is Elaine Schwartzman. Roz Elbauni is curvaceous tMretary ... Trusted to heave them out of any rut is Saul Rabin, specialist in being director of education for small groups Talented Tally Brown, who left s lasting impact in Miami's little theatre work, sings in a 52nd Street night club, they report. Her brother Fuller's writing teevee. But staying put right here are their folks, the Sam Browns, in their Clavelon Hotel Sheer sensation is the French Jewess Irene Hilda who quietly hit a hotel cocktail lounge on the oceanfront, sent them into raves in Boca Raton at the Philco convention, and revued special material at a Martinique midnight show. Someone that evening dubbed her the French Betty Hutton. She electrified even the blase Harry Kilby THE HOMESTEAD STORY: Last week this pillar wove back to undeveloped Homestead in the Twenties, and up to 1930 Polly Rose Balfe, brilliant editor of the Redland District News, reports that the arriving Homestead Jewish Center is being viewed by founders as "an asset for the entire community, rather than just for their own group." The meeting room, stage, smaller rooms and kitchen will culminate en a Synagogue. In the Redland district are 25 Jewish families. The spark of a Jewish center first lit William Raskin in 1946, almost as soon as he moved to Homestead. And almost as soon as he came, in came the Julius Finkles, to a farming population of 2,900. The 17 families held services in Odd Fellows Hall. Herman Marks (you remember him as Max Losner's nephew) now sees his nephew Sidney Peekett as secretary of the Center. Financial secretary is Mrs. Jules Cherry —the Cherry family located in Florida City. New York's David Fisher bought a home oit Farmlife Road; the Irving Barnetts got gripped and stayed also; the late Dr. Henry Rubin had settled in a grove home on Hainlin Drive And the story winds on, never to stop. The old but ever-new tale of pioneers with fulfillment in their hearts — now carving a true Center for all faithsl SIGHT-SEEING: Dignitary visiting the Ring Theatre workshops last Thursday was Otto A. Harbach. 79-year old beloved president of ASCAP who's checked off 50 of his own Broadway shows. Remember "Roberta'' — "Cat and the Fiddle" — "Forbidden Melody"—? Number 51 is about to go into production. It'll be a strong plea for brotherhood, honor and conscience. Locale is West Point. Gladly guiding him on their best tour were Sam Hirsch, Gordon Bennett, Al Hochman. Greeting him especially was Malcolm Ross Flying in the following Sunday came the Herman Starrs. Starr is powerful chairman of ASCAP's board. And Next day, Irving Caesar was due Harbach loves soup, which is fine, because over good heaping dribbles, we got some sound conversation achieved. See next week — for what he saidl Samuels, Brush Rites Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Samuels. of 1048 West Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Natalie, to Leon H. Brush, of Chicago. Illinois. The couple plan to be married on j March 22nd, at the Monte Carlo ] Hotel. Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the West Miami Jewish Center, will officiate at the 6 p.m. ceremony. Miss I.it twin Weds The wedding of Miss Rhoda Littwin to Sumner Spellman will take place on Sunday at the Zamora Review At AJC Meet Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress, will have a book review on its program at its next meeting on Wednesday, January 28th, 1 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Jack Pector, 1895 SW 25th Street. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be principal speaker.



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PAGE 8 A il At Tea • Miss Fannie Hurst, American novelist, will be honored at a tea <.-. Tuesda) afternoon at the home .: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson, 4430 I netree Drive Miss Hur>t is the author of pop ular American classics inclu Back Street. Lummox and Humoresque. she has served as i r:an of the National Housing Comission, president ol the Authors' Guild of America and was a memIh'lla Phi Epsilan \Uair Earmiirks Eanii Ear 4 haritu Tin Greater Miami Alumnai As : Delta Phi E| • i ; roritj will sponsor a card parl on Monda) Januarj 26th S 30 p m at the Home Milk Card R 2451 NW 7th Avenue Reservations can be made with Mrs Joseph Shopiro or MrMar tin S Forman "pen to men and women, the affair will earmark all proceeds for charity Tifereth Israel Sisters To Meet On Monday Sisterhood ol the Tif< roth I Sorthside Center "ill meet on Monda) January' ,1|n ••' ,;:> '"' North Miami Av nue Mrs Irving Zuckerman will' •> for the Smorgas bord to take place on Saturday, Januarj 31st. at the Lions' Club Alter a short business meeting. Irene Sussman visiting clubwom an. will be guesl speaker TUereth Israel Teeaaaertt If old Square 10a nee The Teenager Canteen of the Tif.nth Israel Northside Center will |U lance tomorrow evening at 8pm Activities are being planned by the Social Committee, headed by Esther Glaotz, with co workers Judy Robinaon, Gwen Roberts and .! Tan Jerry Berke is president of the group. Leader is Jer• Schulman IAN PEEll SUNDAY, JANUUT1 MIAMI BtACN i MONDAY JANUAIY] DADE COUNTT l Membership Drive Planlor the beginning of it.annual membership drive were completed by ihe Board of Direc tors of the Miami Beach Apartment Association at a meeting last night, it was revealed by Sidney \ St iiner. executive director. Miss fonnie Hunt !. r of the New York Mayor's Committee "ii Unity. She reconth was named national vice chairman of the S25.IKHJ.IIUO Medical I lleg< Campaign sored by Yeshiva L'niversit) in conjunction with the City of New York Mi.-.Hurst will explain seme of the factrelating to the new non sectarian school. There will be no fund raising at the reception. MrKobinson said Frank To View iJhiial uhlire rin .' Frank, formerlj of the New York Ethical Culture Soci et) wj Iress the Miami Societj for Ethical Cultun inday, Januai 11 am at the I.uul sej Hopkins School Vice president ol Miami Societ) • Ethical Culture, Frank is a I Columbia L'niversit) He will discuss Ethical Culture and .The Solution of Problems Simons On Air Harry Simons, chairman of the Greater Miami Cemetery Association, will discuss the forthcoming dedication of Mount Sinai Memorial Park on Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. over Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air. Station is • %  VMIE. IKahbi Shapiro IK XaiiM'd thai r ui. • % % %  Of sp-i-iai Everts Rabbi David Shapiro, of Miami Beach, has been named chairman of the Special Events Division of the Florida campaign for the med ical college co-sponsored by Yeshiva University and the City of New York Rabbi Shapiro is executive chairman of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami He ia l-o a member of the Speakers' Bureau of the < ombined Jewish Appeal Inferfairth Panel Is Slated By Temple Israel Sisterhood A socio-psycho-religious drama 'will be featured at the next meet ing of Temple 1-rael Sisterhood on Monday. February 2nd. 1 30 p m Composing the panel will be Dr Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spir itual leader; Dr Joseph Barth, presenting the I hristian point of Mew. and MrGranville Fisher.I wife ol the chairman ol the I >. partmenl ol Psychology at the University of Miami Questioners will represent three different faithand are scheduled to include the Mesdames Russel WilliamHarrj Boyell and I I Mount Both Jewish and Christian won en are invited to attend, accord ing to MrHarold Thurman. chair man of the Program Mrs B J Breslauer will act amoderator Winter Social, Card Party At Temple Beth Sholom The Men s Club of Temple Beth Sholom will hold its Annual WirT ter Social and Card Party on Mondaj evening, January 26th. 8 p.m.. in the Banquet Hall, according to an announcement by Dr Alexander Bobbins, Men's club president. Abbot! iprogram chairman. Single T 300. Fc 5-0477 cktti: Rn. 9730. 4 Cl 1 %  Orovitz To Be Featured On Radio Program Harold Shapiro, commentator on the radio program. Meet Your Neighbor hainvited Max Orovtti to be his guest for Sunday. Januith, 1 15 p.m.. over station WIN/ President of Mount Sinai Hospital, Orovitt will discuss the Israel Bond Ismt World Pi NEXT IAN. Iff Tkfl InrVl UGHTS ... MUSIC... The BEACSJ PARAM0UNT1 Tickets Na( LOU. PEARL AT RITZ PLAZA Featuring "traditional Fr.dav night dinners at no increase in prices. "Lou and Pearl, former din ing room operators at the Atlantis atncian and the Atlantic Towers Hotels, are now operating the dm ing room at the Ritz pi aza Hotel •>cean Drive and 17th Street Mi ami Beach, under the personal -up • ru-ion of I.ou DAY WORKERS $5 fc FARE COLORED MAID* PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT N.E. lit A v.. PH. (. No Chargt to Employer FREE -4 m m .545 wzzv cjyycas w f ""*--' m rr s d 'r ~ sky. character actor, director and i„i !" ,UIe Performers (left to ,', u. 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^ t Y 23. 1953 Hear >oet known as the |1 speak before lisher -Forum toJanuary 24th, at received world ft. as well as a liquidation of the (escaped to fight he guerillas until nany at the conVar II. riter on the war movement, he [The Destruction The Camps and Kocherginski is New York for a the auspices of ippearance at the only one in Mi Jtroduced by Dr. pri. 1 Forum meets at onKregation. +Jfmia>fkrkam r %  &f Name George Talianoff Assistant Attorney General, Ervin Announces !S?Lf' ,a,i f noff Miami Be Attorney and civic leader was appointed this week as a Special AsaiaUnt Attorney General by R^h S^iSKrSt 1 he s,ate of Flor,da The *Tahanoff long active in the communal affairs of Dade Countv pres.dent of the Miami Beach Lodge, Bnai Brith, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Florida Regional office, Anti-Defamation League, ADI, national commissioner representing the South and vice president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. His duties as Assistant Attorney General will include "enforcement of Beverage Control Statutes" and other functions of the Attorney General's office. Talianoff was graduated from Cornell University with the AB degree. He obtained the LLB degree from St. Lawrence University, Brooklyn Law School. He is a member of the State Bar of New York and Florida. Talianoff maintains his office at 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. He resides with his wife, Lucille, and their two children. Susan and Marsha, at 4560 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. PAGE 9 A Meyer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lena Meyer, will take place Sunday, January 25th. 2 p.m., in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery, | with Rabbi Narot officiating. Mrs. I Levine is survived by her husband. I David, daughter, Mrs. David Rifas, 1 and two sons, Sigmund and SylI vester, of Chicago. Arrangements j are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Becker Unveiling The dedication pf a monument to the memory of Mrs. Rachel Becker, wife of the late Jacob Becker, philanthropist and longtime resident of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, January 25th, 1 p.m., at Woodlawn Park Cemetery'Mrs. Becker is survived by a son, Frank, and a grandchild, Bernard. 0 N %  E H A t F OF THE Hiiai %  ( %  iih loath Organization wo should like to thank tfc* so many people who helped make the rotont AZA BBC Convention in Miami a success. Without their help our Bnai B'rith Tool* could not have had the wonderful experience they did have. (MIS.) SAllY WELLINS, Chairman, Greater Miami BIVO Co* -?. George Tafianoff ADL Attorney Talks Levine Unveiling ibers of the linisterial Asbe quests of on Monday they convene Habeas Cron1 In Miami Ministers' InHsm. sponsored fael. Dr. Cron:uss two subAnd The Ser!ount and The n By An Amarisiting lecturer [Union College. %  R'S POUIW AND AARKET and Convenience a Fall tine of ITRY and FISH pc* Grades Only r-Call Adlor at 2-2279 | TRA/l •th'STREET Morris B. Abram. ADL and Civil Liberties attorney from Atlanta. Georgia, will be guest speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, Bnai B"rith. on Tuesday. January 27th. 12:15 p.m., in the National Hotel. Subject of Abram's talk will be: What's Ahead For The South? The speaker is a leader in the Anti-Defamation League and has long been active in civil liberties cases. Milton Malakoft MM Named State tlond Manager Assignment of Milton S. Malakoff to the post of Florida manager for the State of Isra/1 Bond Campaign was announced this week by Edwin L. Mayer, assistant field director of the American Financial and Development Corporation. Malakoff will assume his new duties on February 1st. His territory will include the entire state of Florida outside of Dade County. Mayer will serve as acting city manager for Greater Miami during the balance of the winter season. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Levine, formerly of 9333 Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. January 25th, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Lehrman officiating. Mr. Levine is survived by his wife, Jeannette. and four sons. David, Howard, Gilbert and Yale, all of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. i ii i : \ i i ; II WASHINGTON AT 15th MIAMI BEACH M.itim,7'Evening li.io EVERY TUES.. WED.. THUR. 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*Jeistnrridian === z FRIDAY. PAGE 10 A Jewish Home Of Aged Sets Meeting For February 1st; Plan Jack Ablin Memorial An Annual Membershii of the Jewish Home for th Vged will take plac. at D dens. 15H v i Streel Miami as at I on Sunday. Februarj 1st Weinl Some l.ixto mi expected to attenl. when reports of the t past year's progress and on the Sam Fri. future needol the Home will ". -• given ~ Highlight of the meeti. be the dedication of the Jacob Breske Mrs 1 Sher Plaque of Honor on which is Harry St< ner inscribed names of contribut rsjs Silvei %  '' nr who fulfilled pledges of S3.000 or more toward the purchase of $chul ... Gardens in 1949 M ice Pearlstein, executive director baum \ said that the membership will also \\v: I Kati elect 19 Board members and vote a constitution amendment dee nth. ; M Niermai creasing the residence requirerl> and ment of applicants in Greater Mi ami from three years to 18 months "The Executive Committee of the Home has approved the amend ment and is urging its approval." Pearlstein • Upwards of 50 Jewish communal leaders here and in Chicago met last Sunday as Wests of Colonel It, nt u iAbvi Xifiiinst Jvus Continued frorr^ Page 1 A marized the genera! attitude he declared in the p lira and Mrs Jack M Arvey %  at their h d home. 436 Wot Rivo Alto Drive. : ns f01 k A Mi -""rial Building at the 11I %  Colonel Arvej ;;i acl .>chairol the Buildii i i lirmi re Baron % %  Hirsch M the :..-• Ir | I th< HitU r | and become the newest ai vituperative pel •Communist Treatment Tin !-r. %  • • the led Nal suk. Mrs J. Cohen arx I St, • edical -....• %  mm t \ Left to right are Baron de Husch Meyer. Colonel Jack M. Array. Danny Tha screen star, and Abe Kurman. leaders in the plan* for the projected Jack Building at the Jewish Hcme for the Aged, interpreting the needs of the Homei 50 communal leaders. err>re ted to i man of the Board: 'rot \Bernbaui enl when it %  %  • Ad • • \ i n ir.ittei ted to i vice pre! ireentx n tl M. of thi Mrs Bi '• •: and Mrs Sol i -, • which i i ed the & In r tai IsoifJcii l<>i'rs Til a a .7. tinlloiior 'IIIM'I'I'S ists to open thi ol the Sot In order 1 %  • -,.. "t Union and satellite states forj idem Henr\ Garrison, the Golden "•* >dus of their unwanted Jews Age Friendshii I thi The Jewish Labor Committee er Miami Jew notice on Soviet Ambassa ,er • te to him and ol dor G N Zarubin in Washington : thi pasl .:• a meetii • thai 1 expected him to receive .-. Sunday January 25th 3 pm. at 1 delegation of the committee to dithe Center cuss th.Soviet anti-Jewish policy '" be hoi The committee charged th.i-lebrate w< nnivers r iet anti-Jewish propaganda has alies and birthday.thimonth ready resulted in outbreakagainst Those celebral nj thdays are Jews in Ukrainian villages and in MrL. Friedman. Mr\ Past cities like Moscow and Ode---, nick. P. Goldsmith I. Baskin, Mri„ T..I uiu hl r ,, I r, MrShridin, MrH Bur h aT." '" unite '" ci. M... new 8 viet anti-Jewish *ny in the Soviet Union &f .**. :i* t f dy and ca Pabkof using their time is time for Tarn Tarn | euuca ''' • • declared At Fever Pitch Anger ..nd excitemeni over the n r e nJr'lV atUCk n "" J**i trapped brhmd th,iron curain swept Israel thi, week and almJS completely obscured thi, country -concern over ,„ e SP • Z teg ol he umng u( the the perfect cracker i Skip the cigars, pop — jtiM pass those wonderful Tarn Tarns the flaky crackers with che tempting taste that suits you to a double T! by tkt bak,„ 9 f MANISCHfWITZ MATZOt /.OA < alls On Reds To li.ili Continued from Page 1 A • .. oul th.-.t the Communist rnments "havi ...... ...... .... %  f natioi thi es of hat n ntrollabli We 'i • avert rnajoi 1 ... %  • Jewish bourgeois ele' politai re unto who dictate the policies of the Sot el the) permitted to emigrate I Israel. Indeed, the Zionist move meat would gladly undertake to earn out such a transfer en ma** i( only the countries within the Soviet orbit would agree to it Ut them go to Israel, where the) will be warmly welcomed Likened To Naiism IT Miller, in addressing the session, stated that 'whatever the objective of Moscow ma) be we are forced to the conclusion that international Communism 1deliberatel) turning its back on its •• postureof democracy and liberah-m Like Nazism, it is adoptmti-Semitism ai ., weapon in the world war. an instrument of '• home, of propaganda •hroad it ,,he classic weapon ol those whose orgies ol hatred n bl > h,r own imminent downfall Dr Emanuel Neu ann. member "• U Jewish Agene) ExecuUve : I ibl> greater shocks '" "With profound shock" 5 sa,d "V mu>x f; '"'"• hor "fymg truth the i ^ %  accusations are ol one ge heralding not onl, an ant, V.onL-l cru^de but a new wave f >st leaders ln th,classic Nazi tra vh l^y^huu in Moscow are £-~~i >nd fantastic tor rl Representative Walter Slashes! Enemies Of McCarran Immigral ., %  < n %  m D '" s originate in Continued from Np 1 A | ual|> f ^^ ^ { :.based on national origin. | ,e or r ch nc* ta -reed and color and to subf C"*"" 3 Walter la stitute proviaioiu worthy of our Con 8 r ind our form of govern menl No Such revision, said the Presi^ sharp replvn would do much to convince Walter was made eople of the free world that Pn f„.;,| u'ho hid we have not lost an lota of our tn ,. r tr of :..ith in the croat principles upon cnm ., IO n sad %  a) Sena'.'-r VcCa which thination wafounded and • •1 which it has risen to a place ol pro eminence among all na1 ions "Professional Jews" K> presentative Walter, who won lection despite his repudiation I'v I'ro-ulential candidate Adlai Stevenson, hotly defended the law and complained that "so many pro, :< .-lonal Jews are shedding crocodile tears for no reason whatever He charred that the President's commission had been set solely "for the purpose of discrediting the law" and insisted there wanothing in the law that could .fMMlti in Cooi be construed as "anti-anything terview with Mr R -enheld Ntntativt Walter to ttie VcCamol came nol only prominent C spokesmen, indi Cushins of ey. of I>etroit. 0 of Los An?ete, Kuntr director 4 Service to field -tatemesti resentatue Wilttt !nal j-h Jtl Bostoad :-;-:.:ml Representative Jacob K Javits and Representative Kmanuel CellI bers. named Mr 1 man he had ia 1 er both'took th* floor to challenge ou a pr fWS Walter, but the I'ennsyIvanian re-1 — fused to elaborate on his charges ( acainst "professional Jews." -^ Representative Lester Holtznun. | of New York, a freshman in the House, said later that he had been shocked and disillusioned" by Representative Walter's anti-Jewi-h remarks and by "the round of applause which followed." It was revealed that some of the Jewish members of the House almost immediately after Walter's outburst received mail containing Nazi, anti Jewish insults. Reprsentative Celler. retiring as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee in which immigration WYLO*! •aiOCATtfl MOME-BAKE HUFFY KOSHER pats Muffins .urn m t ,,ef of min r-fnoutiheusiiw, date rau ? 2 ITS^*el-C oates. of course. -"y. loo! re Dr 6mtm WCk.M r/Cab% NvitCoU U.^'^-'-.wa • •• In Miami Beach :WOllM In New York W% The FL0RIDIAN FOR IHt GRBAUS1 CORNED BEEF $ ANN L^£jV IN TOWN. ^jgB'OPill DAILY UMTll S VUNCHION, IINNER. *' ** Mo tsa^lawy f or a $•** *• JL BROADWAY at 5jv



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IARY 23. 1953 + Mm*isi> IkrkUnr Istein Will Be Principal Speaker lary Meeting Slated February 8 Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological SemJca. will be one of two principal speakers at the Seminli Keview, Journal iterature, Harvard iew, Menorah Jourre. and many oth-1 %  ind theological pubin was Rabbi of (Kehillath Israel in jty from 1919-1931. lent of the RabbinicAmerica from 1928headquartors for have been opened Beach Jewish ("enIrving Lohrman hairman of the cone offices have been • 222. One Lincoln Miami Beach. three to two. the left wing Mapam Central Council decided to participate in a conference of the Demo LEGAL NOTICE DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice la hereby Riven that the partnership of Leslie Krlebert and Claire l-Yleb.rt trading: ns Claire Apartments in MI. mil Beach, Dude County, rfa.. has been discontinued and dissolved as of December 31. INI i ••-!<;--_•: -::. % gate to the Czech capital, where Mapam leader Mordecai Oren is under arrest, would only strain the cratic Youth Movement Prague I rga u nization Internally. A leader of -,,„ Hashomer Hatzair. M. Yasur, was The dec.s.on was taken despite .elected to S3 the Prague parwarning by some members of the! ley. To Dedicate New Mount Sinai Addition The Greater Miami Cemetery Association indicated early this week that the date for formal dedication of the latest addition to Mount Sinai Memorial Park will be shortly announced. Harry Simons, chairman, said that the 25 acre tract is located on NW 137th Street off 7th Avenue. The cemetery is owned and operated by the Association which includes as members Beth David Congregation, Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and Chesed Shel Emeth. In operation for the past five years, Mount Sinai is now complete, with paved streets and landscaping. Jamboree For Enthusiasts Enthusiasts of square and rounddancing will have an opportunity to fox trot, waltz, samba and do-sido to the music of Happy Harold and His Dixie Millers, during the gala Barn Dance Jamboree on Sunday evening, January 25th. 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. New Social Director At Wofford Beach Hotel Mrs J. B. Wofford. owner of the New Wofford Beach Hotel, announces that she has secured the exlusive services of Rose Rosenberg, social director, of Palm Springs, California. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in '.".-.,". .'!7 ..!"" ,, r "'•• ri.titi.M.-* name ..t CARIBBEAN COMMUNICATION, al l6 N E. let Avenue, .Miami I \,i intend to redder mid name with the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ROT i: JONES 8R ut.ie-a4i MA """ A !" n PTA I in tin Health pittelMM, chairman fer-Cranada Nursery (announces that the et at the Center on Inuary 28, 8:15 p.m. [Tommy Eat, a Menfcn. will be shown. IKIass. Miami pediaas commentator. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE f?V-, N .7 V IN CHANCERY No. 156399 I-.DITII %  ;. WARREN. P|al \ i HARRY ALLEN WARREN aka II \i:i:v WARREN, Defi nd.mt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IIAItltY ALLEN WARREN, %  lea HARRY WARREN New Orleans, l %  i, You. Harry Allen Warraa, aka Harry Warren, are herb> notified thai a Mill of Complaint r..i Divorce haa I n filed agamat you, and you are required to serve a %  ..|>\ of youi Anewi or Pleading to the BUI .>f Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN, 508 Olympla Building, Miami, Florida, and file jhc original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk ..I the Circuit Court on or before the Ifrd da) of February, IKS if yor fall to do ao, Judgment bj default will intaken against you for the rel l U manded In the mil >.f Compui m DONE ANfi ORDERED at Miami, la, tliN 21 el da) < .f January. !••'.: Circuit %  '"in l. i >ade Count y. E l; LEATHRRMAN, Clerk, Bj WM. W. 8TOCKJNO, Deput) .' • l; lClub Israel Club, sponiath Israel Hebrew fold iU first outing Creynolds Park. A form before the [1 a.m., according to sr, spiritual leader. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51095 Notice la hereb) given that Jt'LBS PKARLMAN. holder ..f City ..f Miami Taa H da Certll I. Num .-.i M4, dated the 5th da) ..f June, A.D l50, has riled -1ni Certificate In m> office, and haa made application for tax Bead to laf I.thereon In accordnnee v\irh law said Certificate embi icee the following described property, eltuated in Dade County, Mariii.i. t.. \ii Lot 213, Grapeland Height. Plat Book II. Page IS, i" the City of Miami. County of Dade, state of Hin nl i The aaaeaamenl of aald propertj under the Certificate Issued wan in the nama of unknown. I'nieei aald Certificate shall be redeem. I according to law, tax dead will issue thereon on the tftfa fa) ol February. A.D. IK4. Dated this 21st day of January, A.D. E. a I.EATHKKMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N <\ BTERRETT. ICIrouit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 1'2.1-30 2.6-13-20 NSURA Net it* k &* &w t:0 UNCOiN ROAD I MIAMI BEAC'L FLA J PHONE 5-2978 / of DAVID MEMORIAL f ARK nt0l Of IlltMl PHCf Bernard E. Supworth. Pres. alMCTTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI Ml. 474449 Tang* nay le Arrange* 1 if De.ired • Flagler Street h it wall to hova your family physician regularly check your children's eyes, earc, and general health. Necessary immunity tests may be mad* at the same time. Benefits can be great, and the cost will be little. Great peace of mind can reiult from knowing the condition of your children's health, and alto from the knowledge that this fine pharmacy ttandt ready with drugt and medicines of highest quality to help you and your children maintain good health. Phone 9-3771 BYRONS RED CROSS FREE DELIVERY IN GREATER MIAMI PH \ R MAO NOTICE BY PUBLItATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155069 ELBl'R.V TAI.HOT and NATALIE TA1.HOT. liix wife. I'la In tiffs va, MA ltd ABET C. JACQUES. aka MARUABET <\ RU88ELL and BCSSKI-, her hMband, I '.'i.iidant.H SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: MAIUJAIIKT <'. JAi'yl'KS. aka MARGARET C Itl'SSKI.I, and RU8BEL, her hutd>a:id l7th Street 37th Avenue Dade County, Florida Mailing addreaa Ri Poal Office Bos Ul-O, Hollywood, Florida You Maraarei C. Jaeajuea, aka Margarel C. Ruaaell and Ruaael, ner huaband, are herebj notified thai .i BUI ..f Complaint i" rorecloae Mori gaga haa been filed agalnat you, and you are aaqulrad i" aerv* a copy of your Anawer or I'lfadlnKs t< the Bl-I of Complaint on the Plalntlffa* Attorney, AMOH BENJAMIN 503 Olympla Building, .Miami. Florida, and tile tinoriginal Anawer oi Pleading In the office "f the Clerh "< the l 'r Court on of February, igst if yun fail to do to, jii.iKinrnt l>v default win be take i agalna] you for th.relief demai led !n the Bill <>f '"..niplalnt. DOME AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida this 'JIM day of January, [ %  >-,:,. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, l'lorida B) W.M w MK)CKIN<;, Deputy Clerk l J::-::-" — 2/S-13 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To AI.I. To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS This la to certify that, wbereaa, Max Mar. Miami Beach, I -"a. M.i\ It. Sliver, Miami. I''la. Nadoi • %  l-aai -..n. Miami BeBCh, Pla did ..a the -'-mi da) "i February, A 0. 1 '-•" %  l. cauae t. be Incorporated und*-rthe pro\ ilom of Chapter IO0M, Lawn of Florida, Acta >.f 125, STAR PROPI^RTIEH INC., a corporation, with Ita principal i.!...-...f bualneaa .ii Ml Dade "ount n thi Bute of Florid i. and whereaa the proper offlcera of %  ui h i ifporatlon did on the 19th .i.i. of .Ian II. \ I' 1953, i '.ui-.i i %  filed in the offli f the Secretar) State of the State "f Floi Ida, a •! ily authenl it Ion a l"i''."l TII-•" %  ;< i •'.. i inder the pro% of said Chapter I I Law n of I Ida, Acta of I'.j".. S'I.IW na the i lutlon of auch corporal '. and ; % %  %  aatlefli the requlrementa of law ha\ %  • '.. compile' 1 'i IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hen ntn tei my nan and have affixed the ; %  • • of the State of l". 'allal %  %  i he fapil Hiithe 19th day of Jan A.D R. A OKAY. itnr vi "' v f State. : :.: %  .:: ... NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD C f, U N TV IN CHANCERY. NO.-561C6 rilll.II' DEMBNER, PI tlf| \ a ROSE DEMBNER. lh •• d SUIT FOR DIVORCE ro: Ri .si: i •! :.\n:.\i:i:. | .. 8tr i Bi %  i \. > y or k Vou notified thai B r Dl' ,, '' %  l I i. and you are requi' % %  to %  rve .. i >nj of you \ -•..• • ig to the Bill ..f Compui S II 'I'll I KEBSL.ER, I s \v Knd Avi n i< M • %  •I file the ..i Icln il \"-. r T Pleading In the offl • the lerk ol th< Cli ilt r b, r ori •.., February, 19 II | rail l .1 i .... judga i fault will be taken the i. Ilef demanded In the B i omplalnt DONE AND ORDERED at Ml hi..,i,ia. thta Hat lay of Jai n i i: i: UEATHRRMAN Clei Circuit Court, Dade Count> F B) WM W. STOCKINOl tClrcult Court Seal) Deput) Clerk i tt-Sl -v;/-u N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. tffffO-B MlltHAY LEVINE and SAM LBVINE d b/a SAMSON BLOCK CO Plalntlffa VH. CORBIN D LANCASTER, a h • (' D. LANCASTER and MKl.KN A. LANCASTER, hla wife, ..__ IH-fendaiiti NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE NOTIlK IS JtERKBY i;|\'EN that the unileralKiitHI. as S|M lal Mast, uniler and by \lrtue of the Final I le rree heretofore entered in the above styled cause, on the 31st dav of DeCamber, 1952. will offer for sale ami jell at puhltiauction for oaak, to the hlKli.si and best bidder, at the south front goor of the Count) Court House of Had.County in the ctty of Miami, Dade County. Florida, on the tnd 'i. • %  f Mmvh. i9.'..i. between the hours of 11:110 O'clock a ill. ami P in., the aame being %  u-ani Bay, mi the hour* the legal hou ale. the following described on erty, lying, altuate and being in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lots I throiiKli i in Block t CAM BRIDGE LAWNS PARK St'liD1VISION, according to the P th. eof. r.'.nr led in IMa: l'age I of the Public Kerurds of Dade <" mill Florida, together with all the tenements, hereditaments and appurteni' ts thereunto helonginK. or In am wlae apKri ilnina. beinc; sold to satisfy aald i DATED at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this SOth day of January, 1953. HARRY GORDON Special Master In Chancery SAl'I, f!F!ET Attorneys for Plaintiffs CENET ft GENET 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla, l/tS-30 — 2/-lS



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liKwiislbJBoiciidlilgun SEC. B Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS jjd sales started this meeting of leaders assistinq in nts for the January 29th concert by Yehudi MenuMiami Beach Auditorium. Left to right are Sey[jebman, chairman of the Council of Organizations Miami for the sale of Israel Bonds; Fred Jonas, actJent of the Zionist Organization of America in Miami id Joseph Alter, director of Miami Beach ZOA and re industrialist and financier. Other members of the jch ZOA Menuhin Concert Committee are Alex Van [Dan Broad, Jacob Fishman, Sol Gevet, S. A. Goodlaham Mason, A. Perlmutter, Harry J. Sonz. Louis jnd Jacob Morris. Sinai Sets $150,000 Goal For Jubilee; Wien Is Chairman win complete cooperation from the American Guild of Variety Artists, and AGVA representatives Jerry Baker and Rajah Raboid have pledged the talents of all actors available in the area. Mount Sinai has won support of entertainers here because of the year around policy of providing all AGVA members with free hospitalization. More than 100 members have availed themselves of this service at Mount Sinai during the past year. •lubilw Honors Jacob S<*hachtcr Jacob Schacter's 22nd year in radio will be celebrated with a Jubilee Concert at the Miami Beach High School on Sunday, January 25th, 8:30 p.m. Presently director of the Jewish Variety Hour, he is a pioneer in Jewish radio programs which he began to feature in New York City 21 years ago. The Sunday evening concert will feature a leading New York artist. Tickets are on sale at the Star Dairy Restaurant, 841 Washington Avenue. Reservations may be made at 58 3300. |tho Third Annual Jubunt Sinai Hospital has si50,000, according to i Wien. chairman of the mittee. a star-packed show, :>n March 5th, at the oh Auditorium and is inri raising event sponhospital. Jubilee brought.in a 112.000. while the prev(r.ceipts totaled $88,000. Wien, who is aided by kson and J. Gerald Lewat the new, high goal I view of the tremendous S273.000 this year. If jance is achieved the IKreached." that the deficit, largest titution's history, is the %  I'll 1 '! Mount Sinai admis% uh the Social Service at and an increased numptors to the Out Patient It on a free or part-payIvan, noted columnist and Istar. will again be masbmonies for the show. He [with him celebrated pergom New York. Mlec is the only event to JNF Council Plans Arbor Day Program The Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida is scheduling 1 a radio campaign in connection with the local observance of Tu B'Shvat, Jewish Arbor Day. A drive for the planting of trees in the Chaim Weizmann Memorial Forest will be initiated at that time n tribute to the memory of Israel's first president. A special program will be presented on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Radio Hour over Station WMBM on Sunday, January 25th, at 2 p.m., and on Morris Nasatir's new program over Station WINZ, Sunday evening, February 1st, from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Participating will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. president of the Council; Rabbi David Shapiro, chairman of its Board; and Sam Prosterman, honorary life chairman. Assisting at the phones for the acceptance of tree pledges will be the Mesdames Barnett Beckerman, Harry Rogers and Benjamin Ka minetzky. Rabbi Mescheloff introduced the premiere showing of Those We Remember during a meeting of the JNF Council held at the Bureau of Jewish Education Library on Wednesday evening. Reports were also heard on South Florida's current participation in the Weizmann Memorial Forest and on the recent dinner tendered Mendel Fisher, JNF national executive director. Clara Goldenberg discussed results of the Tag Day Drive held in Dade County earlier this month. UNITED NATIONS—One of the humanitarian endeavors of the UN is the International Bureau for the Declaration of Deaths which may seem like a strange way of describing such a body, necessary though its work may be. The fact remains, however, that legal proof of death is an aid to the living: it settles inheritance and property claims, it allows men and women to marry again and it lays aside doubts wh;Vh have been worrying friends and relatives. The International Bureau was set up by a Convention on Missing Parsons whose signature was one of the last acts at the temporary UN headquarters in the factory at Lake Success. As might be expected, most of the work of this office in Geneva is in connection with the fate of so many Jews who disappeared during the last World War and whose death is presumed but cannot be legally established. For instance, the first two bulletins put out by the Bureau contain applications for declarations of death,on a dozen persons, all of them Jews. Although they are like any other applications, just a listing of names and addresses, they are heartening to read. There is the Landsberg family—Jaakow. Chaim, Hendel and Frieda—who lived at Czenstochowa, Poland, and who perished in the gas chambers and furnaces of the Nazi concentration camp of Oswiecim between July 5th and July 15, 1942. Legal proof of their deaths is sought by a brother and sister of Frieda Landsberg. There is the Salamon family— Dov, Rachel, Gershon and Zelda— who lived at Kovna. Lithuania, and were last heard of there in 1944. Applications for declarations of death have been filed by Yaacov, the son of Dov and Rachel, and the brother of Gershon and Zelda. National laws and procedures have proved inadequate to solve the difficulties caused by the disappearance of millions of peoples during the Second World War. The Bureau's bulletin points out that applications for declarations of death in the past have usually been published in one country whereas the missing person, if still alive, and the rightful claimants often live elsewhere. Furthermore, it says: "no national legislation can guarantee that the decisions of its courts will be recognized outside the country." As the bulletins show, the Bureau published the applications for declarations oT death. Any person who may be able to provide information is requested to communicate with the tribunal dealing with the applications—in the case of the 12 so far published, the District Court, Jerusalem. The Bureau serves as a clearing house. It keeps an index and cross-files any pertinent documents and court decisions. The court* in the countries which have ratified the convention or intend to do so are supposed to inform the bureau of all proceedings and decisions. They make no declarations of death until three months after the notices have been published in the bulletin; and presumably the Jerusalem Court can certify the Landsbergs and Salamons as dead if they do not receive any information to the contrary after the three months period. There is only one thing which spoils this humanitarian endeavor of the United Nations. That is that, until recently, the convention setting up the Bureau had been ratified only by Nationalist China which means the island of Formosa, Guatemala and Israel, none of them countries in which the majority of Jews disappeared during the last war. LOOK for this SIGN 4> A\ev Oeu displayed everywhere garden, chairman of ths Transportation Carps far the Sinai Jubilee, receive)* beet wishes from. General Cam^hainnah Leonard A. Win. The show will be F••• ,, fch 5th, at the) Miami Beach Auditorium. Karden • 'aclude routing performers cm spnt-saconcl timing *ram iht club activities to the Auditorium on the night ol .Hes*T.d inthe paj^ectpaeity. Ut y*ar -..! Demand ISRAEL KOSHER! Get What You Demand! "A Pound of Goodness in Every Ounce" Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc. 230 N.W. 5th STREET Phones 3-4225 — 3-6823 MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Racleovsky end the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutl



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PAGE 2 B 9-lmisfFkrtitor Additional Stars Slated For Telethon Martha Raye. chairman of the Talent Committee of the fritted Cerebral Palsy Association Telethon scheduled for January 24th and 25th, .nor station WTVJ. has announced the names of an addill number of Stan who will appear at the Palsy affair They are Joey Adams. Jar. Bart. Billy Vine. Betty George and Chris Columbo Mrs Gertrude Werner, chairman •if Volunteers for the Telethon stated that along with the talent, hundreds of organizations m the Greater Miami area haw volunteered the services of their mem bership. She also said that a dress rehearsal of volunteers will be held at the Miami Beach AudifffVffVfl/f SvtS • torium where the Telethon will _. take place \vir Hl'ltHlls Burnett Roth, vice Mayor if MiHialeah race track set •• ami Beach and chairman of the tendanci liter well total Telethon Campaign, stated More ht „„..,,. ,. ar!ed 0 riln that the work done by Miss Raye A total of 117.50 Is were and Mrs Werner in securing the distribute: I visit rs during a 10 talent and the volunteers needed daj H r (li ... ember 34 Dr. Rober: Gordii" centea goes ovet a lecture he delivered the Miami Beach Jewish Center with Rabb> Irvinn Lehrmcr. left and Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Men's Club. Dr. Gcrdis. professor of Bible and religion at Columbia and the Jewish Theoloaicai Seminary talked on Has Americao Jewry A Future? for this job. "foreshadows successful Telethon so that the S150.000 needed to serve th< •br.:! Palsied in th:< i go on"' percent increase over the previous : ear A • record was sel De cember 28th. when 23.000 cards were handed out to 9.200 C_:_i \sr. i n :single-daj Social Worker Talks MrMarjoi Halverstadl t Goodwill Group Meets En ti The Goodwill Gi Brai \ v ,h 27th. 7 30 p.m. al the Mc a Tues Allister Post. Vel uar> 27 Wars. II SV 271 \ SISBB the belongs in Kosher T>* il on ^oor'axt lywbol for j..„* (• % %  M f^'r~*^, t i, „„„, -KOJHE,w *KSHEi-. -o coo n.. TOd You ., fcd ** IMl on *. frort or fh, lob^ ol H*bq Kh, i oktd ,,„„.;,., m i#()| Of appro 0 l of TH t US10H 0 otT>.CX.o ItWISH CONOtfCATlONS Of fcMfJBCA. HEINZ KOSHER 29,BAKED BEANS •at..." |hsM 1.1>) ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL • WHOIUOME • DIUCIOUS £I01IC FlAVOtl • MooiiarciTPiiciD Eaj0f lit best tl the land ...mid help Israel's fceeeaif, reel Al r*ur v*" • "f all g.4 l"^T oucilvrt ELITE CANDIES %  iftUT-CAN. i. ROKEACH & IONS, INC. American Representatives MADISON AVI.. NIW YOI, ,.. N. V. Dislribuied jy Phil Rothstein 1357 DREXEL AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6275 Our Readers Get the New Calendar Free! All Hebrew and laUi r< %  -i Tears, 1931 I : I5J Yahrseit and Bat Mitivah Dates At A d.ar, %  MMMT Wi„ K „„„„. %  •* %  l"al|JI. Chr.i New and Used adding machines.^ jca PHced riqlit i>t tjou / J see FBIDAY a modern miracle in Miami see the Israel Exposill featuring the amazing industrial progress of modern IITS* I 1604 WASHINGTON AVINUE, MIAMI Op iv4ay Ihry TkvMtfey. 3 p.m. H 11 p.m. Soiwdo, tnnin,;^ Admission 25 < Air^ MADE FRESH DAILY TRY IT...You'll Like We Are Proud To Announce That Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Payw Are Now Operating The CAVALIER MOTEL 17545 COLLINS AVE. PHONE 816-2661 \ onn MON TH. f MMM 3-3441 AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO M3 N.E. 2 n4 Avjj... .o jjjsv *"• PuMif.t,*, h„ ,_. '/ AHI -B^J TONiCHT =00l.M. MIAMI BEACH KENNEL WTtfMi SOUTH IND Of ?OlUN* ***



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r' • IARY 23. 1953 Ititaite To Open New Session Jtetr/sf? Her Mian PAGE 3B semester of Me of Jewish Studies [Wednesday, Februbrill be held at the ish Education buildscheduled for eight trough March 25th. te will continue its through 9 p.m., in lebrew, ConversationElementary Yiddish re a new course, The kunity, with sessions |h 10 p.m. ag faculty for The lunity includes Max fcdget director of the %  i Jewish Federation, uss What Is The Jewy"!; Rabbi Leon Krone Beth Sholom, who Can The Synagogue Center Of American f; Louis Schwartzman, rector of the Bureau iucation of Greater Miami, who will discuss, Can American Jewry Create A Vital Jewish Culture? Albert Comonar, executive director of the Jewish Social Serv ice Bureau, who will present, "What Is Jewish In Jewish Welfare '. Agencies?;; Gilbert Balkin, direc-' tor of the Florida Anti-Defamaj tion League, who will discuss, Can j Community Relations Work Be. Centralized On The American: Scene?; Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who will present, Are Federation And Welfare Funds Meeting The Needs Of Jewish Agencies?" Seymour B. Liebman, attorney and communal leader — Should .There Be A Federation Of Zionist Organizations In America?; and Ephraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center—What Is the Role Of The Jewish Community Center? tephen Skop, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, ral Gables Jewish Center, is the first youth in Dade :o pass the official Bar Mitzvah Examination prior to iMnzvah on Saturday, January 31st. Louis Schwartzrector of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Educaaids the Certificate here indicating that Raphael has requirements of the Bureau and the Rabbinical Asl of Greater Miami. These include having attended School for at least three years and passina the Examination in Bible, History, Customs and Ceren*Band Hebrew language translation. Raphael will assist "jfcj er at both the Friday Sabbath Service and chant the crtion on Shabbat Shiran. His parents will be hosts neg Shabbat on Friday and at the Kiddush on SaturDOG RACING NIGHTLY (k&cept Sunday) fkstFlodffL 1 KENNELlUB mi 9&ujfo,St oi 3]Ui QrtnUL. { POST 8 P.MADM. 25c MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 Frost CvRHvrvatory ot 3iuttie Instructions in Voice. Sight-Reading, Piano. Violin, Cello, Accordion, Guitar. All Band Instruments PRIVATE USSONS TOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN Also Practising Studies Available 1410 ALTON ROAD PHONE 58-7560 IBBBaBHBIBBSSBaaeMBBBBBHeHBaSIIEeSBSaHHMMBHHBBMB^SSaBSBaSHMMeaBneaaBHiMMIS Howard J. Hollander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor D. Hollander, 4515 Adams Avenue, Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, January 24th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom* Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Howard is in the 7th grade at Nautilus Junior High SchooL General Repair on all Make Trucks and Car* Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecka Rebuilt — Body Repair* and Painting Free Plck-Up and Delivery — Wrecker 8ervlce Phonea 1-2244, 2-M52 §40 8.W. 8th Street piran JD prtnw PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St., Ph. 9-0968 famplek and SbepenJaUt 3ifle <&*** M IAMI TITLt tOktradCd I 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Pelicies of Kansas City Tills Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserve! Exceed (2,000,000.00 TELEPHONE 9-1892 SPACE FOR RENT (Offices & Stores) The new air conditioned Allapattah Branch office building of Dade Federal Savings & Loan Associatesn now under construction at 14th Avenue and N.W. 36th Street will be ready for occupancy about the middle of 1953. Applications or inquiries concerning space in ihis building should be directed to Mr. Tigar. c/o Allapattah branch. Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association. 1594 N.W. 36th Street. Telephone 82-4366. Rental spaces may be arranged to fit small or large tenant requirements on early applications. Ample parking space is being provided for tenants and customers. m\m HEATED GRflflDSTflno The new quarters for the Dade Federal Allapattah branch is being designed with one thought in mind convenience, efficiency and comfort for Its members. Join the Dade Federal family of savers and home loan members who enjoy the advantages of a safe and profitable savings plan or a monthly payment plan that makes home ownership easy. Dade Federal SAVINGS Account! are INSURED up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and EARN liberal dividends twice a year for thrifty members at the current rate of 2 'Dade 'Tedekal SavUuU AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI M JOSEPH M. UPTON, President TAMIAMI BRANCH MAIN OFFICE ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1359 S.W. fcUh Street 45 N.E. First Avenue 1594 N.W. 36th Street OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 45 MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE 4 B Southeastern Zionists Convene In Atlanta Southeastern Zionists ili con> ene on Sunday, Januarj 25th. 10 B.m :ii the Mayfair Club, Atlanta, ieorgia, in their fir „f the M lam *rAppointedtothe8ponaor.com' -...;-.hS far arc MrSUnley j SltOutQa Good h 1225 Wa Mum • Triton Hotel Dining 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI Phone for Reservations 5-SSS1 A.r Conditioned — Erwin and t Is H Lou and Pearl Ritz Plaza Dining Room 17tti Street and the Ocean Ml cows* HMH roFamous for our Traditional Friday Night Dinners I at No Increase in Prices For Retentions Phone $-6881 • WE CATER TO BANQUETS AND WEDDINGS II.9S Paul Sobel. Mn Milton Sirkin. Mrs Matilda Ratnor. Nathan Add man. Mrs Joseph Duntov. Ben Essen Abe Kurman. Mrs Sam \\, p • %  Harold Turk. Harold Thurman and Isidore Simkowitj The production is under the direction of Professor San Hirsch f the L'niversit) of Miami ROSEDALE • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDI!! 170 N.W. 5th ST. • FREE PARKIRG .te DRotner — ManagmJfct Sonntag •JBQ Restaurant 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5 3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 rmterlni tor All Qrrm^ mm Under Supervision f ^ ^ ^ and BeIh Jacob Vaad H.kashr,:, THE ON THE OCEAN 12th ST & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI tfACH -.Si HOTEL GOOD ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PC Dinntr Served For ReMrwiiSl] 8 • P.M. Phone M M^i O nners and A La Carte T A '* Condi i oned j^-s^.oaT^;, 0 :;? na A.Cooi.c r oomi Enterta nmenl S our Hott, FcAr | En iybi vacat 3I JOSEPH • WALDVAM • *" Fim.i, \? 1 s ROOS. OPES TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER. Owner 2M6 S.W., Stre ., Ph0 ; e 'AIR CONDITIONED 5 Food To Please AH Thtt r „ DAnr SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH ^ '£' %  i PREE PARKING ""^ 49c 28th Anniversary 2teue CUSTOM TAILOR *• World'. Most D tmctiy e Clientele II04 F£?S !^ PK i4n Air Conation* 1 R ES T A UHAJ m f*t£f^j" DELICATESJ Beautifully Redecorated and Enlarged The Smart New Spot on Washington A* Delicious TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS !ihlr Ttl ,,„, DttafN**] • Cr ^^ M BiMier* $em#irfees T,to •Muiciun jrwtsN SMciAirn CHUNK. SNI. CALL 5-2655 H41 WASHINGTON AVEHUE **4 ^Pot. City H.11 H^, ,, : 36 ^ THE APOLLO RESTAURAKT ANNONNCM fff ONMN W/TN A fAN Mi r. t.,ua.t„ CMl* "W^V^VV^V^V



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JARY 23. 1953 +Je*lstncridHan PAGE 5 B e Sabbath Its Meaning For Modern Man by Dr. Abraham J. Hcschel LOGL'E TO SANCTIFY TIME k their consciousness of God into a visible HatHim with a phenomenon in nature, space. In the Ten Commandments, the fcniverse identifies Himself by an event in event in time, the liberation, of the people id proclaims: "Thou shalt not make unto image or any likeness of anything that t>ve, or that is in the earth, or that is in \r the earth." Wtant cult-center of Egypt asserted its dogma that it was the site of creation." In ok of Genesis speaks of the days rather te of creation. In the myths there is no lie time of creation, whereas the Bible creation of space in time. l's greatest challenge. We all take part in irough its realm which never comes to an lable to gain a foothold in it. Its reality is i.> Abraham •' Haaohel. Publuhad by Planar, Inc., Niw fork, In cooperation with the Unitfel Amarta Raproduead by American Jewish Id feature Bervlce t the American Aaani lallilll nil Nawapapar* In conjunction with tha National %  Mire Bfforl as a public lenriea of the Cnlted apart and away from us. Space is exposed to our will; we may shape and change the things in space as we please. Time, however, is beyond our reach, beyond our power. It is both near and far. intrinsic to all experience and transcending all experience. It belongs exclusively to God. Time is the process of creation, and things of space are results and things of space are results of creation. When looking at space we see the products of creation; when intuiting time we hear the process of creation. Things of space exhibit a deceptive independence. They show off a veneer of limited permanence. Things created conceal the Creator. It is the dimension of time wherein man meets God, wherein man becomes aware that every instant is an act of creation, a Beginning, opening up new roads for ultimate realizations. Time is the presence of God in the world of space, and it is within time that we are able to sense the unity of all beginnings. A world without time would be a world without God, a world existing in and by itself, without renewal, without a Creator. A world without time would be a world detached from God, a thing in itself, reality without realization. A world in time is a world going on through God; realization of an infinite design; not a thing it itself but a thing for God. To witness the perpetual marvel of the world's coming into being is to sense the presence of the Giver in the given, to realize that the source of time is eternity, that the secret of being is the eternal within time. We cannot solve the problem of time through the conquest of space, through either pyramids or frame. We can only solve the problem of time through sanctification of time. To men alone time is elusive; to men with God time is eternity in disguise. Creation is the language of God. Time is His song, and things of space the cosonants in the song. To sanctify time is to sing the vowels in unison with Him. This is the task of men; to conquer space and sanctify time. We must conquer space in order to sanctify time. AH week long we are called upon to sanctify life through employing things of space. On the Sabbath it is given us to share in the holiness that is in the heart of time. Even when the soul is seared, even whn no prayer can come out of our tightened throats, the clean, silent rent of the Sabbath leads us to a realm of endless peace, or to the beginning of an awareness of what eternity means. There are few ideas in the world of thought which contain so much spiritual power as the idea of the Sabbath. Eons hence, when of many of our cherished theories only shreds will remain, that cosmic tapestry will continue to shine Eternity utters a day. L AH Bv^'^BJ-" l %  n^ 1 '-^jljjft ?-'.-, [ ^^nk ^nfl naaaf ') y J A. *v Jewish Appeal leaders in the Retail Stores Division swing into action at a workers' \ the home of Aaron Kravitz (seated, second from left). Chairman Kravitz displays the ^ave placard which will be awarded to all contributors in the Trades Division as members check a list of prospects for immediate solicitation. Shown -seated (left to JHy Young, Artie Kravitz, Meyer Morris, Barney Slifkin and William Weintraub. |(left to right) are Sam Suchman. Nat Winokur, Louis Suchman, Frank Seiden, Louis iilius Sperling, Herb Blake, Aaron Kanner. Samuel B. Meyers and George RosenScreen star Paul Luka3 will be guest of honor at a Dessert Luncheon sponsored by the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The initial function of the division is set for Tuesday, February 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Max Boderman, 6466 North Bay Road. Shown planning the event are Mrs. Sam Lipton, chairman (seated) and (left to right) Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Louis Goldman and Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Louis Glasser. u \ "' %  %  K^l CHflUCAtS /plans for the Testimonial Dinner to be given Rabbi I Rackovsky, spiritual leader, on Sunday evening, [22nd. at the Hotel Edward, are (left to right) Hyman Went of Congregation Beth Tfliah. Isidor Kramer and Morris Altschul. chairman of the Dinner ComExecutive members of the Miami Beach Hotel Association have high words of praise for the Israel Exposition, 1604 Washington Avenue, following their official visit. Shown, left to right, are Alfred Stone, vice president; Sam Caplan, executive secretary; Samuel A. Rivkind. executive president; and Benjamin Kline and Joe Rose, vice presidents. 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PAGE 6 B *JmlstFhr&&L ml Smothers Named To Committees Obituaries %  i S\V '\*\ %  I M Mi I .. i, I i7th 14 0 WASHINGTON Senator Smather and Insu the lnter> merce constituted The Interi Committee lating to the affairs of Puerto Rico and other territorial possessions of the United States It also admin isters Everglades National Park. national monuments and shrines and Indian affairs The question of proposed statehood for Alaska and Hawaii, as well as the Tidelands issue, erupted last week duo to President Tru" ,N mans decision to turn the coastal \ oil areas over to the Navy, are all before this committee J !" /:,.' Senator Smathers will also function on the Commerce Committee : which concerns itself with transportation, communications and othi !l till Hotel lnriu-1n Pli Campaign: Harry leading members of Greater Miami's hotel industry arc poised to i launch a record breaking drive to enlist total participation in the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Hotel Division Chairman Sam Ltchman. at a workers meeting Thursday afternoon, announced that nearly 90 per cent of the pledge cards in his division have FRIDAY. V • lit I S %  u. .. %  • to PI %  Mi I H M l Iff S %  %  -' %  KVT v %  • •• %  Ri %  SARAH I er activities relating to the nation'* business lifeli, / .... %  • %  Jewish Center Next Meeting is scheduled for Sundas evenins %  %  •• %  %  -• s I for .. %  \ %  lAMQaj HorHx Kv I bin J"^ 1 ^ Iunche„ non w • c-yne TerracT" he coverage of f. w the current cjT tnrr veteran %  Participate acln.!? A "" ( ursho n L Abe diireviti, Sam i Korttiky frff Ut %  %  %  New Bridge Club A Duplicate Bridge Club been formed at the West Miami H January -oth. at 8 15 p m I WANT MY MILK Xi %  • M %  '•• %  • %  V %  • • KI %  ... | l*un j %  .". %  MYl t %  II. %  %  %  • .. v %  -' %  %  %  %  \\\ i:u str-ri I H %  '• %  | • I And B. Sut m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZEL Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater iLam: Delivery Vtait Our Farm at .f Blra M. Happ,. C r.,, ._ %  %  • I \ ; been distributed and that the ho-1 tel group had already gone into' action as of last Sunday. Joe Gardner. Abe Kurman and Jack Muravchick. Hotel Unit cochairmen, reported receiving the names of more than 40 hotel opj erators and owners as volunteer. workers. Harry Koretzky. veteran campaigner in the Hotel Division, was! honored at the workers' meeting Thursday for bis 13 consecutive years of association with the Greater Mumi Jewish Federation and for his unique achievement in the field of community welfare work. Hotel men present at the meet-' in*; included Joseph Rose. Jack Fishman, Joseph Dallett. Bernard. Wmdt. Paul Grossinger. Ralph i I-achman. Douglas Raff and Sam Kaplan, executive secretary f the Miami Beach Hotel Association Douglas Raff, chairman of the Miami Hotels Init. and Irving KipII E R n i E WORRY About Yo| A Complete Boouriru] Hon Do Mada to OrdaT Ratal i CHINA • SEVL UNDO Entertainment sad i|( details arrangtd he* formal and inicrsai PHONE; NlOHTS. SUNOAYim JACK 4 JILL CAU 84 N.W 7th St. Oft I • N M %  • S GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 2SL!*"* PLAW and WINDOW CLASS % tring Our Specialty ...PHONE 3-4834 'R\I\G CORDOX %  A g • g a %  — WMUHI Our Sped mtVW"" nd mrror Work MORRIS ORUS Sadye G. Rose 2 -, 2 CORAL WAY Pnonf 48 078' PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT G'-eft.-g Cj-dt for A!. Occation§ St.it o-t', Nj p *>" *n fl Mjtcn,, i • ;. | Pjp*r Tablt Covt't Anfl Towf i Gift Wripp,„g Jn „ Pjrty GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVirr THE JEWISH CSMMUNJT? F OF GREATER MIAMITWO Convenient Location* AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELSI I Toys anfl ^Avori 1 School S u ppi,t G -tt i'Il I L1*^r9'*D*KI Pr,nt*d' Miami's On And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving tkl CommHitrS Exclusive ROCK if< MEMO! Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 Miami H>a<|i 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone 5-7677 NAT GANS "•tfapcMan L.fi in. C o •0' fctyn, e a B 9 ^ N)lr S,. WINZ • The Noted Playwrighi and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR %  Directiag Sunday l 2n ^ nt0 Tuesday __ 7 n w Pm 1 7 o 8 p.m. L "'*n to our new -Mrr-r U ^ dly F '"r. T^eltu^HT 'CHBOH lOLD S M HS Q EL HAROLD KANE Mu *cl AdT l4 r %  un-n s.w. sth str~ Phooa 2 m INSURED SAVINGS 224 S. Mianl An.... •yMatfatflfca Industrial SAVINGS BANK



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23. 1953 np-irtfkrAftori %  PAGE 7 B MADE EASY how is mother m a 'eriei 4 teHU in modem conversational Hebrew which will tjcly by The Jewuh Flor.d.an. The complete aerie, constitutes a course aimed at bdamentals of the language as it s now spoken i n Israel and is based on a texttde Easy by Miss Shoshana Spec tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, MiI and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over IBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled, Ut Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conWBpector and is a feature of Jacob Schachter s Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian fc visual aid necessary to participate in,the course. ZOHORAY-1M re you, Shalom Han-nah. man she-lo-mech? ,To-dah rab bah, she-lo-mi tov you, Mosheh? U-mah shlom-cha, Mo-sheh? is very hot To-dah, 'aval ham me'od Ve-gam-'a-ni ra'cv 'Ei-foh ham-mis'a-dah? Fred Jonas To Speak Fred Jonas, acting president of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, will be guest speaker at the Zionist Luncheon Club Meeting on Wednesday, January 28th, 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel. His topic will be Partners With Zlon. i hungry (restaurant? arant? 'Od ha pa'am j ham-mis'a-dah? I want to eat Ken, 'aval 'ach-shav 'a-ni ro-?eh lc-'echol 'aru-hat ha-zo-ho-ra-yim .310 Vhf ,nf} nTto ?n# why ntn ,ikj? on •?}$ ,n*rta • trrjy^D oyjw Tip ade Easy is published b?/ the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. PerI purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish [enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. tare ft ken then Coropa S>Wi f AOU* SINCt fr & GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS IAHK & HARDWARE r REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at Arenue Phone 9-3144 Sun ml in Prince Hi nils Tri Return Tri Beta Council recently held I election and installation of officers. Named to posts were Saundra Prince, president; Merle Jacobs, vice president; Susan Lapoff, secretary; Loretta Bernstein, treasurer; Jan Lippitz, sergeant-at-arms; Sandra Cohen, chaplain; Frbma I Block, auditor; and Elaine Fabricane, corresponding secretary. New officers were installed during a dinner at the home of out-, going President Loretta Bernstein. I I Tri Beta Council is under the leadership of Mrs. Rita Fogel. '^-^^w^V-^W^W'WA^WWA^A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH EMORIAL CHAPEL A/R COXDITIOKF.D rn Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel m Bir %  %  T b kw 1 1 1^ R fclilba. C "~ BailKSSfeflHB THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "M*\\ isli Forum On The Mr" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 c dial) With Various features Produced end Directed by NOTICE After Five Years of Continuous Developing and Beautification, We Are Proud to Present to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami THE MOST REAi'TiFWJL I Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery Proudly lAwnted nt 1125 N.W. 137th STREET (OFF 7th AVENUE) 25 ACRES OF PARKLIKE FAMILY ESTATES Wateh Ne-xl lssn of This Paper for Dedicatory Details and Date GREATER MIAMI CEMETERY ASS'N H. Simons. Chairman, Dedication Committee VS-V^*^ ^-v^-^^-v^-^ l^s-V-V^V THE FINEST f.V If HI VI % &vilta $ittlft tc |AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND rEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME i-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE 2



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.j^g^J.w^P^t. SO on exSoutheastern Art Exhibition to Monday."January bang with top paintings % % %  Charles R. Jacobson wi hibit starting Monday, januarj riant, wnu iy v 2Gth through 31st. at the new gal-jsouthern states at the High Mu Iery of the Northwest Furniture1^ ta Maata< Georj Company. 77 NW 36th Street. ^ ^ ^ m]y „.,„,,... A preview party will open the u (i from the South 1 showing on Sunday. January 25th. „„.-,,„ area b) the mu.-cum HiComposition No 210, I pure abstraction, was on exhil weeks ago at the L'niversit) i I M ami's Lowe Gallerj and h..acquired by Brandeis l'niversit) for their permanent art coll* I Jacobson studied with the prominent Chicago cubist Rudolph Wei unborn and completed studii commercial design .>t the I h Academy of Fine ArtHe has degrees in Liberal Arts from the • University of Illinois and North western Universit) He spent several years travelling and pail in the British W'esl Indies and Cuba and haexhibited widely m tincountry Jacobson's abstractions, which he calls dynamic rhythm deare owned local!} b> four teen M The public is invited to tl hibitii • Fred Malakoff Cited In Herald Contest ;h, Mu-nj Herald Isftl stwen,t l\n Malakoff H '' B ami Beach Huh Sch K „ the award Is t* Mrs Milton I 8023 Non i ai lw Organize Young Presidents' Group Charles K. Jacobson al Mrs hosts ol thi %  one-man shot ter Mi%  stractioi • l In Pythians Install New Officers T;i\|uivrs \.'iiin> .\oiiiiii;ii i ii£ Group H %  %  %  %  (he N rax \ %  dnes: '. %  '•: I Vlr> :• it ced tinwet k Pall presi nt of P Miami Bi I : N 177. • scheduled Pythias • • „,.,,, Ho %  th< ti I V '','.''' put> with : '' nder. Wolff. An I harles H \l %  %  %  • K Qu I %  %  eremony A i I i • PR' Be, .-,.. „"'' %  %  Police Dei rtment • : rThe mittee iheaded by Simon K R u l>y, %  • •, rs of the Young Presi lion met al the Mount B Manor Monda) to the first : i hapter of the m • tcietj and to ii urate a service to assist northern members wishing to locate indua trial planthe n Bernard B Shinderman 35, prea ideal of the Shinderman Manage menl Companj iorganizing chair man of the new chapter VPO now number468 men and two women presidents, all of whom became top %  ::.: %  • rossing ., minimum ol si 000.000 •• year in sales The Florida chapter will meet monthIj al the M pal Manor operated bj Shinderman who with Inbrother, Sidney, pyramided %  investment in six years to a companj managing six hotels and several country clubs, and grossing $2,000,000 annually ler; Outer Guard. Mark Surdut: treasurer. Arthur Rosen secretaries. Joe Schwartz and Murray i per. Ma-ter of Works, Roy Chaykin. in. with Charles H. Alcock a cnairman other member. re P J Davis. Charles K Quackenbush and Abe H. Mazor Korth DadJewUk CemUr Plans lit Wiener Roast A W ndoi I '.irk has %  Zionist District lurday. 4th A Mot Kill be in front ol thi at 8 I I.OIMX' I fl.lMlllTo liYsir IO|orl 'l he Louise Chapter of the Amir li A ish i ongres w ill meet on lay lanuary 26th l p m at the I %  %  %  H ti A report on the 'ommission on S V Can i Party will follow on al the home of MrDonald Murra) 5768 11 J Flamingo Court MvvtM Monday Flamingo Court No 12 Order Of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday, Januarj 2tith. K p.m., at 429 Lenox Avenue Royal Matron MrNat Scrota will preside Tomorrow al 12 30 p m Fla jningo Circle will have its Donor Luncheon at the Algiers Hotel Shown above are committee members fa, ] scheduled by the Southeastern Region WOBBJ the Alqiers Hotel. Left to right are the MeadajJ president; Jack Falk, Miami Beach Wi.w?i man; Frank Ro3e. Beth David Synaqoque TojJ man; and Harry Gordon, general chairmen). fogues of ArnerkaJ MrFrank Rost.; Terrace. Mn B B Wolfcj the Southeastern kg" that the brunchwiL Torah Fund evnt|l of the country guest -peakf r M i^ "The Torah Fuafi training of Rahk*] lay leaden at thj cal Seminar) m \^| the president up to MrWolfe,dM maintain the wide interfanh we-t coast brand i of Judaism I vtrthfel of Amrmf id Ju| David | Zamor.i Jcui-h fij Apartmenij Urges Cl Present Ti The Miami Brack/ social ion will Dade County tion. which mt etij Bouse in Febl Dade Count)' Okeil. Floyd and la; ator (iautier to changein the la*i Legislature ronvcsM it waannounce'" Sterner cxccutnn at ion "The present sakil quires all tenants ij on the first sn rental, said Sun*) Women's League Sets Bruncheon MrHam Gordon and Mrs. Jack Falk. of Miami, will be cochairmen of a bruncheon to be held at the Algiers Hotel on March 5th, 11 30 a in Announcement of the appointmentcamp at a meeting last week of repn -entatives of the four local affiliated groups of the National Women's league. I'nitcd Synalaiihles Sisi"r* .>lf Mondav s tl I hood Of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet on Monlanuar} 26th, 1 30 p.m.. at the %  ••r Speaker for the afternoon will ix Gertrude Baskiue, world tra\ eler who will discuss women in foreign lands \ I him -i luncheon and Card Partj will be sponsored by the Sisterhood on Wednesday. ^ rlil <-roii| iififi Ford l.rjuii NEM YORK Frank L Weil, prekidenl "f th<' World Federation i ^ MHA"and Jewish Community Centers and a honorars president of the National Jewish Welfare Board the World Federation's American member agency, has an""" ant of S1S.000 from The-Ford Foundation to the World Federal inn The granl la to enable five leaderin \y.\l\ work in France. Belmum. Scandinavia. Italy and North Africa to come to the t'nited States ; confident that we< for one >ear of intensive training I Legislative DeleM-. in Jewish Community Center and nent residence olotj VMHA work 'not be required tr Plans have been completed for the new North Dade Jewish (enter which will be erected on Dixie Highway and NF. 136th Street at on-estimated co-t of $75,000 Construction is expected t< • 1 nderway in February with plans ing for a Synagogue. HebrewSchool, social and recreational an administration building and guidance office The new building will be designed around a spacious, tropical I patio, separating the classrooms : T w u ^'V 20 ^' Entrance to the Hall of Worship is through a ; large public foyer <>_ f the outstanding features Of the tenter will be its modern room wing designed to take ^vantage of natural light Storage space for supplies, wort library facilities are also Jrovided Adequate flexibilitj in lay,.. well as structure allow f or the future addition lf a ,.,,„„, ^J ra-Madvrn Haildina Pmr Sunaaoquv. Hvliaio** Following conferencewith the Building Committee. Rabbi Ham Ettinger. spiritual leader, said that "he fabulous growth of the North Dade Jewish -enter ,„ h e ,,„., ""years, from a group of eight am,he S to a co ngr e gation „, „ w r 150 member famUies has made the Proposed buildii %  essitj The 'wreased activitiei ol the Menl I h. the S-,erh I ll( ,.,-, am| ,' >llU h Bfoup rei Istmg faeiliUes Inadequate i he result of a comprehensive study is I a contemporary center designed tor our tropical climate and intimate in scale." Serving on the Building Committee of the Center are Rabbi H. Ettinger; Murray Apfelbaum. president, and Leonard H Classer. Miami Beach architect. Officers of the Center are Murray Apfelbaum, president; Ben Mil ler Bernard Catz and David Green, vice presidents; Mrs Ida Goodman. correspondBfi Esther Kaufman I tary: ^ T fx*^'. cording secretary.au 1 stem, treasurer On the Board Max c.reenberg. B*^ Goodman. Fred BI bow. Joseph Ro dolph. Louis Meyw %  Dr Abraham Pal F'rieda Klein. 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23. 1953 1 %  "JewlstiFhrldUar PAGE 9 B 1 • \4 H"i ?*"^P^ fc. f '-' w Hts most recent social functions made possible of a motion picture projector by the Young the Miami Beach Jewish Center to the Center )1. Bob Stone (riqht) social chairman, and ion, publicity chairman, present Saul Rabin il director ol the Religious School, with the ;h Rabbi Kaplan Scholarship [was made last Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish loses Mescheloff. (Rabbinical AssoMiami, and Rabsccretary. that kion by 15 Rabbis (thiestablishment Student Scholarle 78th Birthday Cuplan, honorary Association, Rabsmplc Israel and Association of i>e known as the Kaplan Scholarworthy student eil study in any camp leading to in communal jini. The scholar crvised by the Education, headed by Louis Schwartzman, director. It will be presented each year on Dr. "Kaplan's birthday, December 24th. and to be used the following school year. Dr. Kaplan, known as the Dean of Florida Rabbis, has been an outstanding religious leader in Florida for the past 25 years. He has headed Rabbinical Associations comprised of Orthodox. Conservative. Reform and Liberal Rabbis. He is the author at, sparks From A Mental Anvil, numerous manuscripts of sermons, essays, Bible text interpretations and philosophic articles. His book, Prophets In The Hebrew Bible, was published in 1907. Jewish Women's Confab At Saxony Thursday Morning I I Conference of Jewish Women's! Organizations of Dade and Brow-1 | ard Counties met yesterday at the Saxony Hotel. Theme of the meeting was' I The Role Of The Jewish Woman I In The Community. It featured I a panel discussion by Mrs. Statue] C. Myers, president of the Jewish I Social Service Bureau of Greater j Miami; Mrs. Clarence Conn, presi-1 I dent of the Dade County Council I of the PTA; and Mrs. Irwin Wein-' stein, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The discussion dealt with the Jewish woman in the home and in Jewish and non-Jewish organizations. Mrs, Irving Lehrman. president of the Conference, invited presidents of all faiths to be guests at the affair. In charge for members of the Conference were Mrs. Irving Frankel and Mrs. Harold Rand. Non-members reservations were listed by Mrs. Alexander Kogan. The program was presented by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, with the morning session closing at noon. Closing the afternoon was a fash ion show portraying what the bestdressed clubwoman should wear. Members of the Conference acted as models. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg was ohairman of hostesses. Jan Barth. nationally known singer, was guest artist. Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan Peerce will appear with the University ol Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter on Sunday and Monday evenings, January 25th and 26th, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Mr. Peerce will be heard in arias from Mozart's Don Giovanni; Elijah, by Mendelssohn; La Traviata, by Verdi; and Puccini's La Tosca. The orchestra is scheduled to perform Haydn's Symphony No. 88 in G major; The Fountains of Rome by Res. pighi; and the Andante Cantabile from the Strina Quartet in G major by Arnold Volpe. The latter work will be performed in memory of the late Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. %  Daniel Shorell, M.D. Announces til* rmnl of his Offices ro ^ell Hospital for Plastic Surgery 7*7 41 tt STMIT Phones 5-9754 58-5497 58 5498 MIAMI BEACH %  Rabbi Horowitz Monument Unveiled The unveiling of a monument in memory of Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz will take place at Mount Sinai Cemetery on Sunday, January 24th, 2 p.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will conduct the service with the assistance of members of the Association. Cantor Aaron Weingarten, of Congregation Beth Jacob, will chant the memorial prayer. 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•I PAGE 10 B RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY k*i*t fkrifftr Greater Miami's us Directory FRIDAY BETH DAVIO CONCREOAT W TER ,:.'. h/, eve i i hing NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN%  HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM• MUNITY CENTER %  5 AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE %  • %  •• ••; the mils • %  Mr an I Mrs T k rnar recite l Kiddusl is srheduh Mrs & • Deuli service: rMoi • %  .%  %  • %  •.' %  .... HEBREW ACADEMY • p,m Satui ire at 9 BETH EL CONGREGATION evening • moraine ser • %  • S %  H %  %  %  V i 5M --.%  .•.-: -A \ V -: .. : Pi". \ '. • %  ..... .... rmp i %  • • I'.. • : Ari M'~" Bn h • •TEMPLE 55-SHOLOM %  %  %  HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CO'AMLNITY CENTER %  ...... %  .. Israel's Position L Mrs I• • • %  BETH J4C08 C0NGRE3A-I0N %  : ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE 1 KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION ... S i will : .SI s. Scapegoat Sat %  8 30 a m %  a t 5 15 | u r %  • Sell • |er the TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will la] evening services at I ji m with Rabbi Joseph Narot 1 lUCtl speaker will be Dr Abraham ("ronbach. of Cincm His ••riimn H scheduled as I I riastin*. • • • MIAMI HESRfc* SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday aervtai at 5 15 p.m. Late M are at 8 15 pm. when Rabbi Simon April will discuss: How Tan Our Lives Be Improved Saturdaj morning services are at • an. when the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Soroakjr will take place Musical portion of the liturgy will he rendered by Cantor Berele Kelemer A class in Mishna is ached uled for 4:30 p.m. Mtncha and ShaJoa Seudos will follow. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER anU hold Friday evening serv at 8 15 pm, with Rabbi Mor ris akop officiating and discussing. The Feeling Of Inadequacy Congregational singing will be led by Cantor Irving Robinson and the 1 Center Choir under the direction of Leon Schiff Saturday morning i services are z\ 9:30 am a • a BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Krida;. evening wrvieaa at 5 30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will • the Weekly Portion. At 4pm. the Rabbi will preach on the topic: Israel And Its Oppres Mincha is at 4:30 pm., folI b> Shalos Seudos and Maari\ Dail) Mnrieaa are at 7:30 a.m. • %  irK-nW" 8am Builders H| Meniridsl m Jevisfci g| 1 iia.i Look for tht H By Thurraond MARKEHSI CEMETERY ( Open Sundayi vO T ?&Z? I\)OV3ST BROS ay, %  ir'thr fit \ry MIANI S OIL I Roujii Gn %  EDWABDI 1813 S. W.i ALL W0RI WOLPERT FEATURES \ationalhf AdvertU*4 Hramh KROEHIER Living Room Furniture GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliance, SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet LANE Cedar Chests CARRIER Air Conditioning %  ATTENTION ATTORHfl < ORPOR \TKO\ Of Tl Lowest Prices — Quickest Deli in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORLDIANaj 2-436 o£/WOLPERVS Help You Make Your House a Home — *^552!!^*i ATLAIMT WrHi modern, spacious o*rhde roo**&f •oned dining room serving SoutHeffl L. rVeo Parking. In the midst of all tfca*' 9*1 Atlanta. Hctal and Itataraftf AAA *9 List.n to Sch.cter', H^'ISH RADIO HOUR WMBM-8QQ v 2 3 pm 800 on Your Dial L r — m l\ y \ 12oo c^tTrrr^r-—-, \ ^ M^ in,„.,^:: nut FHpl UJI "A 1091 •Rim? HI yl .11 I" A T FIVE PO.. Tfi *do PtrsonaUty J acob Schachter Naaiaaai ,,u "" Hotel ChWoki %  • :



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JARY 23, 1953 -Jewish HcrMton [•ICE ;RT OF THE lAL CIRCUIT OP ID FOR OAOE TERV. NO 154045 twos a. rialntlff I.M< i.NS. Defendant IBLICATION MM .Ml >NS Western Area P.O. L'-'T. r/o PostTorl.. N'.V. lY REQUIRED to Answer or other "ni Complaint for It you herein, on THEODORE |n. ..In It., i.l II' Florida, and file [with tne Clerk of | or before the first otherwise the ai* in trill b taken flay i f January. KA TllKRMA\', the Circuit Court ^H KICK. JR.. I i.-pulv Clerk PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE COURT OF,THE JIAL CIRCUIT IN COUNTY. FLOR Y. No. 156059 KK. Plaintiff Defend.in' JBLICATION JER, r.l Bradford ilng. I.l. NY. r.-.julred to serve •r to Hi. BUI of e upon llalntlffs •our original AustinClerk of the before the 2.>th day otherwise the Hill ilvorce heretofote will be fatten an li. Florida. this 20th IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. N o. 15b973 GLADTfl OORMAN, Plaintiff, v. LBWIH OORMAN. Defetidant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: LEWIS OORMAN Mlti Grand Concourse Bronx, New York You are hereby notified Hint .. Bill of Complaint for Divorce hat been ill.-. I against you and rou are herein require i rvi a cop) of your Answer to the mil of <-on.idai.it on I'laintlff s attorne) and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of tiie circuit Court ..ti or before the ii.ti. .1 i) of l ebruary, IJSJ; othei a lei the allegations of aald inn ,.f Complaint will b( taken as ,,n(,.,„.,| against you Dated thli 14th da.) ol Januari I9K1 E n LEATHERMAN, i lark of Circuit Court ,.. By R. H RICK, JR (eeal) Deputy cierk iIE'ilMPE 1. TALIANOFF. RHQ. Attorney for Plaintiff, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, r.orida !/--*> — 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ^_ NAMt CAW NOTICE IS HEKKItY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage in business under the fictitious name of J. SYDNKY \voi.FF ASS. .CIATES. at 163 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude Countv, Florida. JOSEPH S WOI.FF ANN WOLFF HERMAN GRAYS) iN Attorney for Joseph Wolff nnd Ann Wolff 1/18-23-30 — 2/ II Kit.MAN. Clerk, i Circuit Cou. t r. STOCK r NO. leputy Clerk of %  no-11 Olympla COURT OF THE %  ICIAL CIRCUIT IN COUNTY. FLORtRY. No 1b60a7 Plaintiff, Defendant, %  PUBLICATION |.M''K, 1M4 Millirookl)... N ^ ;. -quire i t>< aerve Iswer t" the Bill of oiw on Plaint I' • the original Ana( the Clerk of the before 11, >20th • Hit otherwise, it for 1 >;%..:-. .• herei .11 be taken as .a. uiiK roth I' 1151. I.EATHERMAN. I>I the Circuit Court Dunty, l .... Ida •;.M w HTOCKINO. Deputy Clerk ..i xs. HO'ifcOlympla I' l.s Ida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKI'.KHY OIVBN tliat the IIMIIWI -isiii'il, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PALM OARDENS. at T>2-70 Mend.an Avenue. Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dtide County, Florida. JA'K I.K.VXII'K ANN LENNICK A. mini CUTLER Attorney for Palm Hardens l _•:: :i > %  1/6-11 LEGAL NOTICE '/I JJ i £,$ mC0,T COURT OF THE Vi. E r NT ^i, J UOIC,AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. %  .. „ No 155532 IN RE: ADOPTION OF JILL MARILYN ORISWOI.D a Minor Child _„ NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: JAMES GHISWOLD v. .."'." "' Besldence unknown YOI ARE HEREBY commanded to !, e a,,d "I ar In the above styled I on the 2nd day of February, to show .m.,. why the Petition li3. Of Joseph Krupn and Shirley Krupa to adopt Jill Marilyn Orlswold should not be granted by this Curt. Dated. December 31st. I:.;,.' E. I! LEATHERMAN; i lerk of the Circuit Court ,_. Dacle County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal, Uy: M. c. OREBN, 1/2-9-16-23 1Je|,U,y '' k k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS u NAME LAW ..NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In if r**W!flE ,ne f '•'''< name of BILL MILLER'S RIVIERA, at 17i0 West Avenue. Miami Beach. Dane t.punty, l-iorlda. intends to register said name with th.clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida B. M R. CORP., BURNETT ROTH n r '" a ?#" Attorney Tor II. M. R. CORP., a Florida corporation 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida 1/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLICATION COURT OF THE tCIAL CIRCUIT. IN COUNTY. FLOR LRY. No. 15599* Plaintiff I defendant. DIVORCE r/.NEK. 74 BlackAngeles, California, led that a Bill of <•• %  has been fiie.i *u nre required t>> |ui Auswi •: %  or I MeadIf Complaint on the II.VRiiLD SIIAK. a,i. Miami Beach, [the original Answer i.fflee of tile Clerk iirt on or before the nary, I9:,3. If you lent by default will U for the relief Dun of r imnlalnt, BDERED at Mliml. of January, 1153. LEATHRRU \N. I Circuit Court. pounty, no.iita I H. RICK, JR. It Deput) Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that the underahjned, dealrlnc to eninie In business under the flctUloua name of THE RANCHER MOTEL, at 1780 N i: l.'i.th Street, North Miami. Fla Intends to recieler said name with the cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHAR illl'.l. CORP. B) HERMAN LAWNER, Ti eai II .i ALBERT L ROSEN Attorney for I'hai-Thel Corp. 74" 71al bt. M in ilea. n. Kla. 1 10-ill-l!.. I | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that thi ni deralaned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of I ASHloNS OF MIAMI, at ISM N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ,'ircull Court of Dade County. Florida. MIAMI FASHIONS. INC. BERICK, SHAPIRO *. PRIED Attorneyg for ApplU-ant 12" Lincoln Roi.l 1/16-23-SO — 1/1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51094 i„ J'i l ,'. e '? h ereb y given thaf BEN BoSKIN, holder as assignee of City of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 132, dated the 5th day of June. A.D. 1950, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County. Florida, to-wit: Lot 13. Block 149. Twelfth Addition to Hlaleah. Plat Book S. I'age 127. In the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of I'nknown. rules Certificate shall be redeemed arcordNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No 155104 FRANCES LILLIAN DEWEY Plaintiff vs. WILLIAM E. DEWEY, KR. HFD 4 Altmar, New York, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM E. DEWEY, SR lou are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN K KE8SLER. I S.W 21nn Avenue Miami. Florida, and file the original Answ.r or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Pith day of February, IfU. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default wu.1 be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of CompUriat This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weess In THE JEWISH M.OHIDIAN. DONK AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12th day of Januar>. A.!>. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING 1/18-23-30 — 2/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BKENA VISTA LAINDKH-1T AND DRY CLEANING, at 3002 N. W 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida GOLDIE CRKER and EVA KAPLAN, sole owners AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owners 1,23-3 1 — 2/6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156884 JOtttra GALLAGHER, Plaintiff. vs. EVELYN GALLAGHER, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: EVELYN GALLAGHER c/o Nettle Ritenour 365 East Liberty Street I'harles Town, West Virginia rOU, EVELYN GALLAGHER, ire hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed are required gainst you. and you are required ii s,iv.a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. ROBERT J. LEWIS. N, 7^ Beybold Building, M ami It, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offl e of the clerk of the clrenit Court Of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the 18th day of February, lull! if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complajnt. This notice shall he published or.re each week f<>: four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Kl.oKIDIAN. Do.NK AND ORDERED in Cham.t Miami, Dade Countv. Florida, this 16th day of January. 1953. E. Ii LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By WM. W BTOOKINO. Deputy Clerk 1/16-23-30 — 2/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155902 SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOCK. Plaintiff vs. MILToN THEODORE BoCK, •• %  fendant. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LOURUTH AITS., at 111-111 s. W. 18th Avenue, Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.oriS AND RUTH PITEI.M STEPHEN F KESSI.ER Attorney for applicants 4 S W 22nd Avenue 1/9-16-23-3.) i >eputy Clerk 12/26 — 1/2-H-16-2.'! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of BENDIX LAUNDRY, at ISO N.W Eighth Avenue. Miami. Dade Countv, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida ANTON MIKOLICII .Sole Owner) WILLIAM I. BRENNER 42u Lincoln Road Miami Beach, 1 la. 1/16-23-SO — 2/6 PUBLICATION COURT OF THE IICIAL CIRCUIT OF [AND FOR DADE /NCERY. No. 156052 IT |R DIVORCE I'IRT. 309 Berkley Ifield. N.J. ilrt. are hereby notif Complaint for DI•d against yog, and to serve a OOP) ol Pleading to the Bill the plaintiff's AtGAR8, I S W 22nd i an I HIthe original Ing ill the office of [Ci.ci.it coiiri on or of February, ISM •• Judgiii. t by .Vigalnai you for the the Bill of C .in U'ERRTJ Miami, laj of .!a". I.EATHKKMAN, fVin uit Court. %  Tounu i .,,,,, | W BTOCKINd Deput) Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of STONES LAUNDERETTE, at 3073 S W. 37th Ave.. Miami, intend to reglatel said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDITH II STONE ROBERT W. STONE STEPHEN F. KESSLKR Attorney for Applicants I B W Bnd Ave I, 11-11-10 — 2 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unde. signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI SHELL MFC. CO.. at 2724 N.W. Ind Avenue. Miami. Intends to register sni.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Itide County, Florida. MILKNE, INC. Bv MILTON FILLER, President STEPHEN F. KESSLKR Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W 22nd Avenue 1/16-23-SO — 1/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Intend to register rnld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALLEN R DENN BERN A It 11 TP.ACH TENHERO I.AWRKNCE COLLARD 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of K-A DISTRIBUTORS, SUN CITY VINTNERS, KNOX DISTRIBUTORS, TOWN VINTNERS. EDISON DiSTRIBI'TORS. COLONY WINE Co OF FLA. and BEST VINTNERS, at 690 N.W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. NATIONAL WINES, INC. By SAM I El. CLANK. Pres. MYERS. HEI.MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 1/1-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NEW SINGAPORE LOUNGE, at 221 23rd Street. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEYMOUR CORP. By ALFRED MASARONE, Prealdant SEYMOUR II. LIKBMAN. Att'y. 60.", Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 1/9-16-23-30 "lginal answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, or before the pith da) ot February, A.D, I9.13; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein. Will be taken as c .nfeeeed by you. i>aie, i at Miami, Florida, this the 14th day of Januarv. 1953 E II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, I hide County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Bt WM w STOCKING, Deputy Clerk Nam., and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Se.vl.old Bldg. Miami, Florida l ll-U-SO I I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155495 THE1.MA GAITOR FREEMAN. Plaintiff, Vs WALTER FREEMAN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WALTER FREEMAN 17IKHNorth Third Street Kansas City, Kan-.is You, WALTER FREEMAN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 29365-B In Re: ESTATE I •(•' SOPIE DIENER also known a* Sofia Dlener, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hiving 1'ia mis or Demands Against Said Estate You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which, you. or cither of you, may have again* estate of SOFIE DIENER. de eased late of Miami, llade • % %  inty, l to thII. HI County Judges of Dade County, and file the sacIn their office In the County Courthouse m Dad. i -ciits'. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, said or demands to contain the legal address of tii, laimani aad to be to and presented as aforesaid, or ia ne .11 Ibat %  •• I -• %  Section 11 ••: the I'-: Pi .bate A I i MI. Jan lai Sth, A.D i 5 I ABRAHAM DIENER Aa Iv. %  Itor of the Las' \\ and Testament of Si H-'IE Id EN Eft. I eased MYERS. HEI.MAN A.KAPLAN r.i Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla Attorneys for Executor i 't-it-n-io IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155462 LOUIS DRUCKER, Plaintiff CHARLOTTE DRUCKER, l>, fat I mt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLOTTE DRUCKER 111 Kast 169th Street Bronx "•-'. New York. TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for l> InI .en filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of of Complaint sei\e a C0p7 of vour Answer or PleadI your Answer to the Bill lug to the Bill of Complaint on the on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day ol February. 197.3. otherwise Decree Pro cmfesso will be entered ER LA F W T IT OU8 USBY GIVEN that •siring t,, engage in fictitious name of ^ 8 • !" ,, "* N.W. I Florida, Intends % me with the Clerk tt of I.,,|, County, INO-oiote Owner) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the un.I.i sign.-.I. desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fJcUtlou* name f SHOWER SHIELD CO., at 3211 8. W 27th Ave Miami. Fla Intends t.> register aald name with the Clerk ol I Court of Dude County. i PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol JRRI'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, at 317 Urd St. Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register saul name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fu.rnl.i MOLLIK GOLDSMITH BETTY H ASCII. HENRY NISSENBAIM Attorney for Applicants n>41 S.-ybold Building 1/1-11-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155479 ANNA ELIZABETH DUNN, Plaintiff, vs. VINCENT JOHN DUNN, I >efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: VINCENT JOHN DUNN a.I Remsen Avenue N.-w Brunswick, New Jersey You. VINCENT JOHN DUNN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce his been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy Of your Answer jr J*le ol ing to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH GOLDEN. Ill Beybold Bldg-, Miami, FtorIda. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court on or I..-torithe loth day of Januai i IM I If ) ou fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against v ou fxr the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint, This notlc,. shall be published oneeach areek for four consecutive weeki in TIIE JEWISH FIR1DI \ N DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of I mber, A H 1952. E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal! By M. C GREEN. Denvty Clerk JOSEPH GOLDEN 23 Sevbold Bldg.. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1,1/1-l-lt-!} plaintiff's Attorney*. CHKRTKOF AND KAI.ISH. 607-11 olympla Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Cb-rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of January, I9J3. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of December, A.D. 197.2. LEATHERMAN, Circuit Court. Had. County, FV.rlda Clerk, (Circuit Court Seal) By M C GREEN, Deputy Clerk CHKRTKOF AND KALISH Attorneys For Plaintiff r.i'7-11 tHympIa Bldg. Miami. Florida I 2-9-16-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business.under the fictitious name of HILL MILLERS MIAMI BEACH RIVIERA, at I7..a Weal Avenue, Miami Beach. Dade County, Florida, intends to i.-gister said n.ini. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court %  •: bade County, Florida. i: M R CORP a Florida col poral Ion BURNETT ROTH Itto • > for B M P. i'. iRP. a 1 i i irporstlon II .lling Miami. I'.orida 1/1-16-3 against you. This notice shall be published 01 each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of December. 1952. K. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM. W STOCKING. I .oputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVER & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff KOI Ingraham Building Miami. Florida. 1/2-1-1S-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jawigh Floxidicm soHdt your loaal notlcg*. W• apprweicrtg y o a r patronacja cxnu ^fuarcUaV •M accuratg) %  •rrlcg) at Uoal rertsjg. Phon* 2-1141 for messenger ssjrrle*. SEITLIN £ COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 V^ ^*j 3S>^ IIN.HMlT.MHMl31.fLA.



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 23, 1953

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Succeeded by:
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l^wifelbJEIIiDJriidBigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[27Number 4
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Iter Slashes At Revive Ritual Murder Libel
portents of Law Against Jews; UN Is Fearful
lurst Is Applauded By
[ress; See No Revision
4GT0N (JTA) An anti-Semitic outburst in the House
litatives last week featured an angry defense by Representa-
- E. Walter, of Pennsylvania, of the McCarran-Walter Inl-
and Naturalization Act which he had co-sponsored.
tburst, which was warmly applauded by the new 83rd Con-
ted presentation to the House of President Truman's mes-
g for "warrant and ----------------------------------------------
mission headed by former Solicitor
General Philip B. Perlman were
aimed "to eliminate from our im-
migration laws the unfortunate
provisions which apply discrimin-
Continu.d en Page 10 A
nsideration" of the rec-
lons for revision of the
ri in the report of the
Commission on Immi-
Naturalization.
nan told Congress that
ncndations of the com-
iort Contract Bias Is
Continuing To Decrease
jlNGTOM n (lovernment Contract Compliance reported this week-
non-discrimination clause in contracts was "almost for-
5i me Federal departments, there were indications in the
the Committee had achieved.concrete results for Jewish
.-i.,ue instances.
Of Mass Shipment To Siberia
(Copyright, i!'.",.i. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc- )
The ritual murder libel against the Jews of Tsarist Russia this week has been revived by the Soviet
Empire in a new guise and format but apparently with the same tragic consequences for Jews wherever
the Communist writ runs.
Within hours after Radio Moscow shocked the entire world with the report of the belated discovery
l aj"JTSh P'0t l murder top leaders o{ the Soviet Union, news seeped through the Iron Curtain that
the dread Soviet police had already begun to round up all Jews who ever had any contact with the out-
side world.
In United Nations diplomatic
administration, in 1945. and had
circles, belief was expressed that also tried unsuccessfully to kill a
the Soviet authorities, having con- dozen other top Reds
cm of Jewish Employ
Jems, Chicago, Illinois.
the Committee with
alleging that a defense
with the Army Ord-
partment discriminated
i fled Jewish and Negro
and members of other
lis complaint had been
previously to the Ord-
artment which reinvesti-
case following notifica-
k Committee. The com-
ph employs an estimated
>ns, subsequently invit-
Ireau of Jewish Employ
|>lems to a conference to
In arrangement designed
with the nondiscrimina
then agreed to issue a
of merit employment
lall supervisory and em-
! personnel, to eliminate
[>ry questions on re
ligion and nationality from employ-
ment application forms and to* in-
struct its personnel department to
employ qualified applicants from
all ethnic groups.
It is has been verified, said the
Committee, that Jewish workers
now arc employed by the com-
pany in office and plant occupa-
tions.
The Committee, formed by Mr.
Truman on December* 3. 1951, re-
ported it had found that "evidence
of discrimination is everywhere
and takes many forms. To see bias
in stark boldness, one need only
read the help wanted section of
almost any daily newspaper and
note the advertisements signifying
white only' or 'Gentiles only'."
Dwight R. G. Palmer, of New
York, chairman of the General Ca-
ble Company, headed the Commit-
tee. Its member- included Irving
M. Engel, Boris Shiskin, James B.
Carey, George Meany and others.
eluded that the Jews were an "un-
stable" element of the population
not to be relied upon in the event
of war with the West, would de-
port the entire Jewish population
of the Soviet Union to Siberia.
The Kremlin's violent blast
against the Jews, following so
closely after the Prague purge
trials, brought terror to the Jews
of the Soviet satellite states. In
Berlin, an American Air Force
chaplain urged Western authori-
ties to grant refuge to Jews fleeing
to West Germany from Communist-
dominated lands. Twenty-five Jews
from East Germany, including lo-
cal Jewish leaders, sought safe
haven m West Berlin 72 homvaf-
ter the first broadcast against the
"Jewish conspirators".
Condemn New Onslaught
A world which has not yet for-
gotten the extermination of six
million Jews by the Nazis, recoiled
in shock as the Communists, bor-
rowing from the Nazis and their
predecessors among the Black hun-
dreds, claimed discovery of a
"Jewish plot" directed by Ameri-
can intelligence agencies relaying
their orders to Soviet Jews through
the Joint Distribution Committee,
to kill off the leaders of the Sov-
iet Union.
This was to be done by Jewish
doctors betraying the trust of their
patients and deliberately mis-diag-
nosing and mis-treating their ail-
ments. According to Moscow, the
nine arrested doctors "confessed"
that they had killed Andrei Zhdan-
ov, Communist strong man, in
1948, and Alexander Sherbakov.
head of the Red Army's political
American medical authorities
ridiculed the charges, coming so
long after the deaths and made
without any description of the
treatments the Jewish doctors al-
legedly gave wrongfully. Dr. Lou-
is H. Bauer, president of the Amer-
ican Medical Association, con-
demned the charges against the
Jewish doctors.
Both the State Departments
Voice of America and the trans-
mitters of the Committee for a
Free Europe lost no time in carry-
ing a full reply to the Communist
allegatiqns, quoting medical auth-
orities and representative Jewish
organizations. JDC 'chairman Ed-
the JDC as "fantastic," was exten-
sively quoted.
The Communist newspapers
were the sole voices in the free
world to seek to defend or justify
the Soviet action, and this they did
to a certain extent by intensifying
their protestations of capitalist an-
ti-Semitism in the Rosenberg case.
Their trump card was an "inter-
view" with the Chief Rabbi of Mos-
cow by the correspondent of the
London Daily Worker who quoted
this witness to the effect that ev-
erything for the Jews was fine in
the workers' paradise.
Statesmen, churchmen and other
public figures in every free na-
tion and the press, publicly ex-
pressed revulsion over the new
drive against the Jews. New York's
ward M. M. Warburg's statement Governor Thomas E. Dewey sum-
denouncing the Soviet slander of' Continued on Page 10A
ir -tt it
ZOA Asks Commies
To Halt New Policy
NEW YORK (JTA) An appeal
to the Communist governments to
halt their present anti-Jewish pol-
icy in order "to avert a major
catastrophe" was issued here by
the national executive committee
and the national administrative
council of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America following an all-
day joint meeting. The appeal em-
phasized that the anti-Jewish pro-
paganda, which is now being di-
rected from Moscow, may lead to
pogroms on Jews in all countries
behind the Iron Curtain.
The statement, presented at the
meeting by Dr. Irving Miller, ZOA
president, and adopted unanimous-
ly by the 200 Zionist leaders who
attended the session, declared that
the "Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica repudiates with contempt the
fantastic charges against the Zion-
ist Movement and Israel which are
being fabricated by Communist
propagandists in ISastern Europe."
The statement voiced profound
"alarm over the fate of millions of
our fellow Jews in Eastern Europe
who have been placed in jeopardy
by the current Communist cam-
Continued on Page 10 A
iuhin Concert Thursday Appears Success As Israel Bond Purchases Soar
L
Max Orovitz, communal leader
! and chairman of the Yehudi Menu
hin concert, this week announced
a Giant Workers' Rally for Israel
Bond volunteers on Sunday morn-
ing, January 25th. 11 a.m., in the
Aladdin Room of the Algiers Ho-
tel.
At that time, workers will re-
port on current progress made in
bond sales through which admis-
sion to the concert is obtained.
Honoring some 500 civic leaders
who are working toward the suc-
cess of the Menuhin evening set
for Thursday, January 29th, at the
Miami Beach Auditorium will be
an entertainment program featur-
ing Jan Bart, Molly Picon and oth-
ers. Prizes will be awarded, and
refreshments and other surprizes
are being planned.
Oroviti indicated that tickets are
in great demand and that "scarcity
| of seats makes it imperative for
unsold admissions to be returned
on Sunday morning so that bond
purchasers at the rally will be as-
sured of entrance to the concert.''
The Menuhin concert, he said, will
be one of the major social and
musical events of the season, ac-
cording to early reports.
President of the Alfred Destin
Company in Miami since 1945, Or-
ovitz is also president of Mount
Sinai Hospital and a past president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and Temple Israel. He is
a director of the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank and the Citizens' Board
of the University of Miami.
Orovitz called on committee
members to approach permanent
residents, as well as visitors, to
achieve the $500,000 goal on bond
sales for the concert. He said com-
mittee members can advise out-of-
towners that their investments will
i be credited on request to the local
organizations in their home com-
munities.
Israel is experiencing far greater
progress than its own citizens who
are limited to their immediate
vicinity can appreciate.
This observation was noted to-
1 day by Julian B. Venezky, chair-
man of the Executive Committee, i "The only thing that can help
State of Israel Bonds, on his ar-1 Israel nownot next month, not
rival at the Versailles Hotel. Mi- next year, but nowis the sale on
ami Beach. Venezky arrived here
to finalize plans for the Yehudi
Menuhin concert on January 29th,
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
and to begin setting up a special
cabinet for the national campaign.
A well-known American philan-
thropist and business man, Ve-
nezky recently visited the new
state and reported that he and his
associates were "overwhelmed by
the expansion which Israel is un-
dergoing in every direction."
Bond proceeds are playing an j
extremely important part in that |
process of expansion, he added de-
claring "capital investment is the
key to the country's growth."
He pointed to the current Israel
Exposition. 1604 Washington Av-
enue, as offering evidence of pro-
duction in the country and urged
citizens here to attend the Yehudi
the widest possible scale of Bonds
Continued on Page 2A
Menuhin concert. Admission is
sale or purchase of bonds.
by
JeMe*j Veeezkr


FRIDAY,
Ororitz Nmmed Chairman ******
Convert Scheduled January 29ih
Continued from Page 1 A
of the Israel Government." he
stated.
Venezky. speaking of Israel, ad-
ded: "This is not a barren land for
which there is no hope. On the
contrary, it is a land whose soil is
ready to yield to water and care-
ful cultivation and to give up a
rich bounty.
"It is a land which has vast min-
eral resources requiring machin-
ery and transportation for profit-
able exploitation. It is a land
where ambition and imagination,
coupled with dollars, can create a
widespread industry to meet the
needs of the local consumers and
to provide sufficient overage to
create an advantageous export
market."
Hiehard Janaro
Play Featured
Believe With Me. an original
three act play with music, will be
premiered at the Box Theatre of
the University of Miami on Sun
day, Januarv 25th. 8:30 p.m.
The play's author, Richard .Ian
aro. of the University of Miami
Drama and English Departments,
will deliver the concert reading, and Sisterhood oi Agudath Israel
with Mimi Newmark and Jick Mil Hebron Institute will take place
ler singing to the piano accompani- on Saturdaj evening, Januarj 31st,
men! ol Jerry Herman 8 p.m.. at the Broadmoor H
Joint Affair On 31st
A joint affair of the Men's Club
The Quality of our
MerHiauiiliM* and
our Courteous Service
Remain the Same
ONLY OUR
PRICES
HAVE CHANGED
Jewish Groups
Enroll For
Bond Effort
,,.,. lartt,1 Jewish organization-
, ,,fc ami Broward Counties
'.',, SSr I.......r behind the
KcSning Yehudi Menuhin*
cert sot for Januarj 29tn at w
am, Beach Auditorium Admis
L will be by the purchase ol
State ol Israel Bonds
Mrg [rving Lehrman. Presidenl
ofthe Conference of Jewish Worn
e-s Organizations, said groups.rep
resenting all 'hades ol religious
belief and all t>P..... *tiTue
philanthropic groups will eonUnoe
,heir concerted effort to achieve a
$500,000 goal in connection !
he arrival hen ol the violin vir
In addition to Mrs l-dinnan.
Mrs Louis Glasser, immediate past
presidenl and Mrs Anna Bn
Meyers, the two pasl presidents ol
the Conference, arc giving the Is
reel Bond Drive their complete
support Major responsibilitj for
the success of the women por
Uon ol the drive rests with Mrs
Harn Gersten, chairman of the
Women's Division,
Major Samuel Neaman, repre
sent in.; Ihe Israel Treasury, "ill
address the Sephardic Jewish Com-
munity "i Greater Miami at the
Town and Beach Club at 8 p.m on
January' 25th. Elia Gaba> chair
man said Major Neaman will dis
cuss the Menuhin concert
Local leaders have been a'
I reat i fforts to gear 1st
handise lo requin
the I s market Tl o extent
efforts m that
shown t>> investors in 1st
thi Israel Expositi it It ;
Vvenue
Meanwhile, h
ing Lehrn
ich Jewish t
[or his effort
Holy da> sale ol Israel ;
well as i"i" his continue I pi
pation in th cat loseph
i herner, national li
n| the Rabbi with a
during I i es I
In the last si man>
volunteers have put in hout
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An Immortal
At The Age of 9
A generation ago the world stood still for one breath-taking second when a boy of nine appeared out of
nowhere to become an immortal in the hall of musical fame.
The genius of Yehudi Menuhin has startled the world for more than a auarter of a century. Today, at
the age of 36, this great violinist is at the prime of his remarkable career.
His visit to Miami on Thursday. January 29th. is identified with a cause that is very close to Mr. Menuhin's
heart. Two years ago he went to Israel for the first time. Last spring he made a second trip to the new
democracy of Israel.
Since then, he has devoted his talents and his time to advancing the growth and development of Israel.
To Menuhin, the building and pioneering of the courageous people of Israel are like the inspiration of
great music. And the concert that he will give at the Miami Beach Auditorium will represent this famous
artist's salute to a heroic young nation born out of the dreams and sacrifice of freedom-loving men and
women.
yehudi MENUHIN
Thursday evening, January 29th at 3:30 p.m.
Miami Beach Auditorium
An Unforgettable Event In The Cultural Life
Of Greater Miami
Free Reserved Seats to those who Purchase State of Israel Bonds
YEHUDI MENUHIN CONCERT COMMITTEE
1622 Collins Avenue
Phone 58-5561
MAX OROV1TZ. Chairman


i>AGE 4 A
* b~.it fksktter
FRIDAY. IAfflu.T
Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish
Floridian at 12t N. E Sixth Street M.am. 11. ^J,
Entered a. second-das, matter W*-"^ ,7,9.
Telephones 2-1141 2-WU
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 27
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor________
FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1953^ ^
DR KURI Ktin in DWK-LINED 0FF|rr
ssoc Fair plant in Miami. Beyond the immediate sphere of his "*!
are the bustle and the excitement of any large lnisin-J^H
Shevat 7. 5713
What's 1 our Kr.-iiid?
Reports comina from behind the Iron Cur-
tain are too numerous and freauent to cata-
logue. Out of the vortex of charges made by
the Soviet Government and its satellites
against Zionism and "the Jewish conspiracy".
a definite pattern is currently being estab-
lished.
It is clear that anti-Semit:srr. has now be-
come State policy. It is also clear that the
age-old migration of Jews from the cauldrpn of
hatred directed aqainst them once more takes
up its way on the terrifyinq backroads of Eur-
ope.
Unfortunately, the repercussion of Soviet
anti-Semitism is felt strongly in the West, as
well. Professing great outrage at the "revival"
of poisonous prejudice and race murder, lead-
ers here are in the process of making
nouncements which betray their innermost feel-
ings.
The prevalent mode is to equate Stalii
with Hitlerism but to distinguish between them
on the basis of their particular brands of anti-
Semitism. The Fuehrer, it is popularly said,
hated Jews because they occupied official
posts he. himself, coveted. The Red Premier,
on the other hand, advances such hatred to
confuse the discontent of Soviet citizens who
are infuriated by the fact thai "smart Jews"
have ensconced themselves in the most envi-
able industrial posts.
Both these premises are naive explanations.
More important, however, is the fact that no
difference but point of view exists between
them. What they do is to highliqht Western
"Tolerance". While arminq Iron Curtain Jew-
ry against what seems a terrible and new on-
slaught, we must not disarm ourselves before
the seeds of prejudice currently flowering here.
\>\v Itriiisl. Spokesman
Harold Beeley has been appointed head of
the British Information Services in Washinqton.
This is a significant bit of information when
one recalls that Beeley organized and advised
Arab opposition to the United Nations Palestine
partition proposal in 1947.
Remember Ernest Bevin. the late secretary
of Britain's Foreign Affairs from 1945 through
1949? It is a curious matter of coincidence that
Beeley was also Bevin's advisor on Palestine
affairs.
Perhaps these are all unrelated, but we
choose not to think so. With a mixture of hor-
ror and humor, we look forward to the sort of
"information" Beeley will be distributing in
Washington.
The Arab Legation in our nation's capitol
might just as well shut down and save on
upkeep expenses. It will have a competent
spokesman in Harold Beeley.
T;i I in miff's Appoint mem
Announcement of the appointment of George
J. Tahanoff as Assistant Attorney General
came here early this week.
Mr, Talianoff first moved to Florida as direc-
tor of the state's reqional Anti-Defamation
League office and served durinq a tryinq per-
iod for race relations work. He achieved rapid
success in getting Miamians. Jew and non.
Jew alike, interested in the problems resultinq
from prejudice.
Subsequently, he resigned to enter the pri-
vate practice of law. But at no time did Mr
Tahanoff give up his active participation in
the civic and religious expressions of commun-
al hfe Serving in many organizations, he has
Brith nSen l na,ional direc,rship in B'nai
The recognition that now comes to Mr Tal-
ianoff as Assistant Attorney General is a com-
pliment to him and a source of pride to Miami
The llnl Xtotmnm
Mr. Menuh.n places bow to strina herenext
Thursday evening a. the M.am, Beach Audv
torium. This promises to be an outstanding
musical and social event of the current season.
No program has yet been announced. Such
reticence shows great taste on the part of the
"less
veritable honeycomb of cubbyholes bursts with the movem
mercial activity, F.mployees walk through narrow corSU
strange, running gait, their eyes filled by the calculation',uS
Most thnn.~ seem t<> radiate away from I)r IVi-er, 0 *"
then ;- meticulous order. Momentarily, the books and th'*
hty are Intrusive But once the visitor adjusts to lne ^"
aura here, he i taken up by the fancy of Intellect and
II,. is released from the nervously energetic patterns |eft mu
holes and the corridors outside. The quietude and the ease?
tration assume a proportion of habit. The visitor observes l'
eyes of In* host and wonder*.
\rhat is the function of this library' within the hub of
market chain' The presence here of the works ol great liierl'
and social scientists seems, afterall. hardly neccs-.,r\ Dr pL'
violin virtuoso. At this late date, Mr. Menu- |l|1|p (o expiajn. fr explanation means that he must talk ah
hin continues to insist that his presence here M. This. hf \, loath* to do: Dr. Peiser is a genuinely hunjjJ
must not oveishadow the central function of Four items give clues to his past and future. Ihej are no, J?
, ,, among the many volumes, but they serve as convenient
(if conversation
Israel Bonds will be in his mind as he ap-j A striking photographic portrait of the late |ir chaim tu
pears before his audience. The spiritual tie j hangs on the wall. Beside it. in their frames, are two acidZl
between himself as a Jewish artist and the tions One is diploma in Latin, signifying that he has beet,
new nafon in whose behalf he will play must the degree ol Doctor of Human Letters. The other is an iUb
serve we hope as a common rdllyinq point certificate given Dr Peiser on his resignation as vice preside*.1
for the thousands of our community's residents Unlversitj ol Pennsylvania The fourth .tern, a silver eiBr kj
who turn out to hear Mr. Menuhin. ** "' h"" "> P"*"** All.ed jew.sh A,
Meanwhile, a host of musical surprises a. DR pE|SER RET|CENTLY TALKS" A0UT
in store for us. If the vutuosos past Dr W(.1/n|ann ,v .m;irks m in(imaU>|v ,,,, ^ ^
career is any indication, then we may truly m communa| an(j academic work. One learns thai hi
expect a concert of rich proporlion. Whatever VMl degree (nun the University <>f Michigan and that he sn
cur tastes, howevei we shall best applaud the became instrumental in the organization of numerous hospital
visiting artist by bearing in mind, through sig- cinnati as well as in Philadelphia.
nificant bond purchases, that Mr, Menuhin has He apparent!) took -criously the spirit ol (he < ity oil.
come here primarily to hasten the upbuildinq Love tor In- hlstorj is replete with long hours ol toil in thei
0i israel. humanity l here, he was affiliated with the aged home. Tien
i ader in I JA's annual drive. There, he attained the highest
of his scholarly career. And there, were recorded many paint
one- in the years of his iriendship with Israel's first PreaH
A scrapbook reveals chosen portraits made ol the to
'. when Mr Wcit/mann visited the United State- They >it [
Tu B'Shvat, Hebrew Arbor Dav, falls this near a window year on January 31st. In countries outside of l'""1; 'f ",h;,,( ,n' ttf2 ,he *"**"
Israel, the day'for planting new trees is ob- i S "l"."* Cutehing Dr. Pifasrt Writ, fer he had rttj
ill then But he would not be moved to a hospital before t|
graphs were lim-hed
The two Intellectuals must have had much to talk about DcJ
er ii an intimate knowledge of the Near Eastern scene git
hi- experiences in North Africa during World War II lie hs|
anecdotes t<, relate regarding a General in the American Ai
subsequently rose to Presidency of the United States Hem
tenderness and understanding the establishment of Israel tall
(when pressed to -peak about himself) his own part in LS J
drive to strengthen the youthful democracy
in irsiiv.-ii
served by eating fruits generously.
But Israel's Jews spend Tu B'Shvat in tree
planting ceremonies throughout the day. Thus
is the need to re-forest the state for the purpose
of preventing soil erosion, as well as for con-
servation, drainaae and beautification, united
with the ancient custom of symbolizing fer-
tility and strength.
As American Jews, we can do both. We can
eat the fruits of Israel's trees. We can also
tion.
And always there is the two-fold phase of his e\isteni
balancing upon a fulcrum of human aspiration. Never doesssi
extend .h^'new sTa^rproa^am'orr^oiesTa" pTV" ^T'i a"d overse" act,vi,y *""> ,he ""^
linn re-ioiesia Peiser s scholarly inclination. Almost as an afterthought ai
that he was a member of the faculty at Columbia Universityfaraj
iod ol -i\ years Hut his pinnacle of attainment came at the Is
|of Pennsylvania where, as vice president, he reached intoUttl
realm of academic administration. As the only Jew in
America to be granted such an honor, he bears the memorjl
tenure with dignity and reserve.
NOW, DR. PEISER SITS IN HIS OFFICE at the Food Far(
In- books about him making an island of remembrance
vague allusions to the fact that he might have assumed the |
of the University of Pennsylvania when Harold Stassen n
Mcome Dwight Eisenhower's mutual security administrator 0a|
idly recalls that Dr Peiser was earnestly begged to reconsiderl
resignation What then, is his purpose here'
Primarily he has taken charge of the Food Fair FoundsttaU
that he will have lost touch with neither of his fusial
t- He will set up funds for scholarships, fellowships afl
versit) endowments And he will consider his suggested\mT
with an eye always on essential civic and philanthropic nerii
At home on Normandy Isle, he lives with hi- wife a *
manner A deepl) devout person. Dr. Peiser feel- that their"
no compromise with spiritual bejief. Compromise he says, P*J
" loss of religion What he demands from humankind b1-
red with a hiKh level of intelligence. It seems ill"
markable that has found so many friends.
Although new to the Miami community, he knows ruU I
nere Some are former associates in his myriad activities *"
M is being sought after to take pert in the city s many M* 1
it Peiser will, for a long time, continue his relative
"rtun; at the Foundation and on s sociology b<.k be w
cuBttun wn,c
Meanwhile, he is content to spend his spare momenUtf^
Pointing at various persons as they pass and remarking: *Jl
student i de|,vered the address to his graduation 6
'nere is an old I niversity of Pennsylvania man .,[
But this is no retired schoolmaster's surviving on n*""J
s a vigorous soul in the process of pause. This is a moHfjn
*ing out the moral and the intelligent When Or *fSi
"P the task of communal activity, he will bring to Miami *-,
never yet known

EDITOR'S NOTE
BETWEEN YOU AND ME conducted ,he Umted States.
THE DOMEST.C SCENE: The Ame^ re""ing from Arab i re^Hm iT^rrT^ *'''hp
.tie propaganda related to Israel j audience! n^!. "!!f.^"dd.re"" i UN MlLnSSLi*?*"
^'ood, of
per 11-jbM II. .^^"NSi-Deslingwith
e\11 rW'sh and "* Zionist de-
^ opments ,n the Soviet satellite
I "linLsterlcUrH'^ *" Undn Mal! d*"
in this mimittinjg**** & ss
in
an editorial
"giuiiof'i" ^'^'"-n"5etS
^termination "to ingratiate them-
selves with the Arab <
stir up trouble in U* **J,
What U happenini t0 J
satellite oountrie*. |
_.. ..___i. .kii-rs aw
said, "sends shivers
apinn and makes
people despair
all a*!
MBtfLWllDKl. "LJ. ju jT*
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INUARY 23. 1953
-Jtwlstrhrkfton
PAGE 5 A
Peiser (left) being interviewed by Jewish Floridian
litor and columnist Leo Mindlin. A former vice presi-
de University of Pennsylvania and an ardent Jewish
\a\ worker. Dr. Peiser is now head of the Food Fair
Son. (See Page 4 A)
fonal Steps In
udence Of
Revealed
Itional step for the inde-
lof Israel has been made
development of the port
[of the Akaba Gulf and
fine of the Negev waste-
construction of a road
[port to the historic city
cement of these moves
during a press confer-
ho Israel Exposition by
(Greater Miami chairman
| of Israel.
veiled that with these
^t> Israel has overcome
an blockade of commod-
gh the Suez Canal. The
tarrying a cargo of steel
rom East Africa, docked
pa-.t week. The port is
the southern tip of
bviIz. chairman of the
tnuhin Concert Commit-
pced stars Jan Bart and
at the conference. The
Mcnuhin will be held
lami Beach Auditorium
I 29th. Admission is by
Irchase of Israel bonds.
[present were escorted
Be Exposition by an Is-
m More than 1,100 it-
manufactured, produc-
pnbled in Israel form
display which is open
lie from 3 p.m. to H
Jay through Thursday,
lay, it reopens Saturday
7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Ac*adVmy Fathers
Plan >w Season
Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club
met last night at the Academy
building, according to Irving Fir-
tel. president.
The meeting served to launch a
full schedule of activities and pro
' jects for the Spring Semester. In-
| eluded on the agenda was an an-
nouncement by Sidney Rubinowitz.
. chairman of the Concert Commit-
i tee, of plans for a Second Annual
j Fathers' Club Concert at the Miami
Beach High School Auditorium on
| Sunday evening. March 8th.
The concert will feature the re-
nowned child Cantors Shimele and
Lazarke Berger, 11 and 6 years old
respectively.
David Seid was selected chair-
man of the Family Picnic planned
for Sunday. February 1st, at Cran-
don Park.
Name Chairmen Of CJA Units; Speakers'
Bureau Enrolled Tc Tell Appeal's Story
Sam Hi ii i;m. chairman of the Trades Division, has announced
appointments of leaders in ten major trade and professional units.
Named to assist in tfafl campaign are Miami Attorneys Unit-
Louis Hciman: Miami Beach Attorneys-Judge Harold Spaet; Miami
Beach PhysiciansDr. Charles Werblow; Miami DentistsDr. Melvin
Backer; Miami Accountants I nit Joseph Post; Paints, Chemicals and
HardwareAl Sherman.
The Drug Division will be
headed by a four-man unit con-'
listing of Herbert Grossman. Sam
Goldman. Louis Fleischman and
Jerome Stern. Liquor Division in
eludes Marvin Levin. Marvin Rau-
zin and Leu Chaikin; Vending Ma-
chines UnitAlbert Cornfield and
Sam Taran: and Health Services
UnitRabbi Samuel Machtei.
Aaron Kravitz. chairman of the
Retail Stores Unit, entertained 15 I
key workers at a cocktail party in | progress report dinner on Tues-
his home on Tuesday. Joe Post sub-, day. January 27th. 6 p.m.. at the
sequently organized the Miami Ac Biscayne Terrace Hotel,
countants Unit at a reception in More than 40 key workers in
nis Home. | the annua] drive are expected to
The Annual Attorneys Banquet I report on coverage of prospects in
some 35 industry divisions in the
Greater Miami area.
A new trades group, the Coral
Israel Viewed At
'Spinoza lor.....
A symposium on Israel will be
! given tomorrow afternoon. 3 p.m.,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
Ruth Brotman. dramatic soprano
and music critic, will describe the
Music Festival held in the Jewish
state last August.
Jack Fishman, recent recipient
I of a free trip to Israel, will speak
on the economic and cultural con-
ditions there.
The Spinoza Forum meets on the
' lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham
i Wolf son, 11th Street and Ocean
1 Court.
(Shore Service
iture Sermon
trs at North Shore
nter during Friday eve-
pces tonight, 8:15 p.m.,
spiritual leader Rabbi
tamowitz in a discussion
Icncan immigration pol-
pilated in the McCarran
ibramowitz has first-
^rience in immigration
was chief immigration
Italy for three years.
Miami Convalescent Home
Specializing in Care to th* Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nureing Serv-
ice. Special Dieta Strictly Observed.
Private and Semi-Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN, Director
338 S.W. 2th Avenue
Phones 2-S437 and 9-0271
lUzbbl JomdIi E. Rackornky
945 Michigan Arenu*
Miami Beach
Phonai 5-3595
by PALM DOmUBUTORS. INC.
St. Miami 37. Flo.
was planned at a luncheon meet-
ing of Campaign Coordinator
Aaron Kanner. Louis Heiman and
Judge Harold Spaet earlier this|aS^wJSSmSTSili Z
w2L2Z L'quor D.v.s.on me on is bcing organizcd under thc |ead.
Wednesday and discussed plans.crship nf Si Kcmach It wilI hold
for concentrated coverage of all its first mcc(jng at ,hc home of
dealers distributors, wholesalers ; Na, winokur, 3314 Andcrson Road
and reta!l stores. Cora, Gab,os Qn Thursday evening.
The Paints. Chemicals and Hard January 29th.
ware Unit, meeting earlier, heard ..An'a out effort (0 organize an
Al Sherman chairman^ report on oxclusivc Coral Gables trades
the inaugural dinner. Key workers group
who accepted pledge cards for im
mediate coverage include Al Con-|Sisters store on~ M7racle" MJle.
stantin. Murray Herlands, Herman
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All Yehudi Menuhin Concert
Workers are invited io attend
a RALLY in their honor in
the beautiful ALADDIN
ROOM.
JAN BART and a surround-
ing show oi outstanding en-
tertainers will be on hand.
Tickets are scarce Please
return all outstanding tickets.
will be made." said Ke-
mach. who is manager of the Three
Kellerman. Martin Raub and Mar
tin Tower.
A Speakers' Bureau designed to
tell the story of the 1953 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal to all organiza-
tions in Dade County has been set
up by the Campaign Cabinet's Edu-
cational Committee.
More than 30 speakers, in both
English and Yiddish, are again
Trades Chairman Sam Heiman
has announced the appointment of
Mrs. Frances Miller' to head a
women's solicitation committee to
be known as the Lincoln Road Unit
for the purpose of covering worn
en's apparel and children's shops.
Mrs. Miller will be assisted by
Mrs. Jack Ablin who recently
served as chairman of the Patrons
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Miss Elaine Stone Chooses Nylon Tulle;
Tailored Bolero Completes Ensemble
Miss Elaine Iva Stone, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. S Montague Stone.
752 Lenox Avenue, was wed on
Sunday January 4th. to Harry
Breiter. son of Mrs. Regina and
the late Arnold Breiter. 1325 Day-
tonia Road.
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, officiated at the cere-
mony performed in the Versailles
Hotel. Cantor Irving Robinson as-
sisted.
Best man was Phil Breiter.
brother of the groom. Myron I.
Stone, brother of the bride, and
Stanley Zimmerman were ushers.
The altar was decorated with
palms, white gladiolas. pompoms
and white tulips.
The bride chose a waltz-len-'h
bown. with full white nylon tulle
skirt over satin The chantilly lace-
tailored waist was attached to the
skirt by a chantilly cummerbound.
The halter neckline was finished
with seedpearl and sequin design.
A tailored bolero, with long-fitted
sleeves, completed the ensemble
Her triple-tiered veil of French
illusion was held in place by a
band of maching lace and ending
in clusters of stephanotis at the
ears. The bride carried a by gym-
metrical bridal bouquet centered
with two white orchids and show-
ered with stephanotis and lace.
Matron of honor was the groom's
sister, Frances Zimmerman, attired
in gold tissue lame and carrying a
heart-shaped fan of orchids Miss
Sandra Zimmerman, niece of the
groom, was the bridesmaid. She
chose a -hell pink tulle ballerina.
with matching stole Hit flowers
crc the si ..- th of the
matron of lion, r Diane Zimmer-
man, niece of tl
r | etah H ward Stone, br
<: the bride, was ring boarer
Mrs Stone, mother of the bride.
chose copper tissue lame with
peach tulle, and Mr- Breiter. ninth-
i r : the groom, chose steel blue
alencon lace. Both wore double
slipper orchid corsages Mr- Mey-
er Davidson, maternal grandmoth-
er of the bride, wore I
taffeta and purple orchid
A reception and dinner dam
the Versailles Hotel followed the
ceremony. Table decoration- were
of pink roses, white tuberoses and
blue iris.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami
The groom is a graduate of Plain-
field High School and attended
Rutgers University. He was with
the United States Army in the
European Theatre of War.
Gables Thespians
Ring Up Curtain
Tomorrow Night
The Theater GutW ol 'he I oral
,;.,,. Jewish Center opens Ito
curtain tomorrow evening! for the
second presentation of the LOT
., lSon. when it presents .spring
., corned) drama in three
act*
Curtain time \i 8 30 pm The
plai will continue for perform-
ances on Januan 25th and 2th
Bob Brenner again direct- tni^
production and indication- point
to another smash it The play deals
with Jewish family life, and com
. humor m "s
story
The role of the mother will be
ed bj Esther Naness who was
ired in Morning Star produce I
. year bj the Guild Mildred
Wasman and Gail Podell fill the
role- of daughti -
Supporting an Nal Walberg,
Monroe Myers, Gertrude Man
William Lieberman and Lou Tan
ner
Pear,s At \\'J
Mi Sylvia R p2
| of Mrs PpJj
lyn. New York. J^
of Jack H MJr*l
*<
also of fcj
Miami Beach wj
January ioth ^*
fe.W
Mn. Harry Breiter
For her going awaj costume the
bride chose a pink faille suit and
white accessories with white dou-
ble orchid corsage Cpon comple-
tion of a wedding trip to Cuba, Mr
and Mrs Breiter will reside at 132S
Daytoni Kej
Jacob Ben-Ami
Here February 8
i in -.
8'.h. a major 11
take place .' '
Hieh School Au lit
'
actor
ad the
40th Ju
Theatrical
in a
three Ian
im of dra-
ma, songs and
Participating in
the evening will
0 be the fam-
ous Israeli composer N'ahum Nar-
di; Ahuva Tsadok, Interpretor of
Hi re folk and modern Israeli
music; Bertha (ier-ten. of the Am-
erican Yiddish Theatre Ben Bonus
and Al Harris.
Robert Sorosky Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Rotiert. -on of Mr and Mr- Lou
- rosky, will become Bar Mitz-
vah tomorrow morning, 3 am. at
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gr< gation
The Bar Mitzvah attend- Miami
Beach Junior Huh School, i- pres
ident of hi- class and perform- in
the school band He will conduct
the servici wot-
Rabbi Sin i Vpril, spiritual
r, will respond An
will be held in the Bar Mitz-
Mr and '' Soi
osk) at "heir home, 815 I
n Sund
: include
Coi
nd Mi I Nybei
Mr ai
Frieda Sorosky, all ol I bicago, HI

Ben-Ami
Mm. Jack Moiei
Miss HochstadtTo
NVcd Serviceman
Mr and Mrs Max Hochstadt. of
2t>21 Lincoln Avenue, Coconut
Grove, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Gloria, to Jerry
Siegel son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Siegel, 410 Michigan Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach
l he bride elect was graduated
from Miami High School. Mr. Sieg-
el attended the University of Mi
ami and will serve in the United
State- Coast Guard following the
lied iled for March 28th,
at the Lincoln Manor
llomv Auxiliary
Plans Family
Xiiihl Tuvstlau
\ famil) night meeting of the
eater Miami Women's Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will take place on Tuesday. Jan-
27th 8 p m at Temple Beth
.....0 Mrs. Sol SU-
^ennan president.
Mrs Louii Glass*)!*, program
chairman, ha- arranged for a spe-
cial playlette. The Face Of Amer-
ica which will 1. directed by Mrs.
n Miller.
The cast includes Sandy Michel-
Malcolm Stewart. Terry Wall.
Morowite, Barbara (hemin.
Mildred Dronge, F.laine Regelheim
and Rachel Bramin.
A surprise event for the evening.
Mr- Glasaer -aid, will feature
Anne Frankel
Bessie MW
the
on
Rabbi irv.ng uhrm
leader. off,clated vZ''
was Florence Pod *.
the bride. stanlev i
best man "*'
The bride selected 4
enna-length lm "
lace gown w,th a v.|,w'
ried white orchids on 1J
shoulder-lenRth ilhj.,,,,7"
attached to a cloche of,
imported lace
For something bomj
bride wore a strand Z
pearls that Ik longs to W
Newly wed Mrs M0^ j
from James Monroe Hi*
in Brooklyn and Maim
lege of the City of xw.
The groom was an
pilot for five years
Cecelia Alpenn. of \nJ
A reception followed t
mony in the Center
Steinbeck Noveflj
Renewed On Tu
Mrs I. || Wemstem it.
East Of Eden, by John'
on Tuesday. January **x\
m.. at Temple Beth a
The review is one in 11
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>ARY 23. 1953

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PAGE 7 A
ISilverston Troth Announced
I Saul I. Kenholz, of
Avenue, Miami
the engagement
\ Helene Edythe,
rerston, son of Mr.
Silverston, Flush-
who has resided
for 18 years, is a
liami Beach Senior
Id attended the Uni-
li. She was active in
Junior Hadassah
lh
^n attended Syracuse
| was graduated from
[ of Miami, where he
of Zeta Beta Tau
|compIeted two years
the army, during
)e was assigned in
Military Intelligence
ir East.
is scheduled to
Jew York.
Goldman
jged
lent of Miss Phyllis
krman Goldman was
[a party held in the
|>ridc-elect's parents,
Samuel Bryman, 825
f.side.
the son of Mr. and
[man, 1355 13th Ter-
leach.
graduated from Mi
lh School, where she
|r of the Majorette
I'nivcrsity of Flor-
Miss Hthn Kenholi
Miss Torein Engaged
To Law Student
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Torem, 905
Fairway Drive, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
I daughter, Gloria Florence, to Mel-
vin I. Muroff, son of Mrs. Joseph
Muroff, 9350 East Bay Harbor
Drive and Brookline, Massachus-
etts.
Miss Torem was graduated from
Miami Senior High School and
New York University, where she
pyffil Bryman
d Alpha Epsilon
hd was a member of
M F dance organiza-
pct is now a Sociol-
Iniversity of Mi-
kn also graduated
leach )(ii*ti School,
active in sports. He
liversity of Florida
idont at the Univer-
where he belongs
u Fraternity.
Mist Gloria Torem
received the BS degree. She was
dean of Alpha Epsilon Phi Soror-
ity, president of Pan Hellanic As-
sociation and treasurer of the NYU
Judson Council.
Mr. Muroff receive the AB de-
gree at Union College. His MS de-
gree was granted him at Colum-
bia University, and he is now a
graduating senior at the University
of Miami Law School.
Mr. Muroff is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and Kappu Nu. He is
secretary of the Miami Beach Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce.
il. Crown To Live In Wyoming
At Temple Beth Sholom on Jan-
uary 2nd, Leile E. Rosenthal, 193
North Shore Drive. Miami Beach,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe A.
Levi, Rochester, New York, be-
came the bride of Irving E. Crown,
of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Beth Sho-
lom spiritual leader, officiated.
A reception followed in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Babel, 62044th Street.
Mrs. Crown's daughters, the
Misses Zan and Helene Rosenthal,
were the bride's attendants. Frank
Crown was best man for his
brother.
Mrs. Norman Babel was matron
of honor.
The couple left for an extended
Caribbean honeymoon and will
make their home in Cheyenne.
Wyoming.
7
.v*
Crewa
3
Personally
Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glazer. of
252 Westwood Drive, Key Biscayne,
announce the birth of their son,
Mitchell Aram, last December
16th.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumen-
thal and children. Harvey and Sar-
ah, have returned to Savannah.
Georgia, after visiting with their
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Ap-
ril. 451 SW 30th Road,
ft ft ft
Miss Selma Schenkman. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schenk-
man, 1355 Drexel Avenue, arrived
here yesterday for a two-week va-
cation with family and friends. A
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, she now resides in New York,
where she is a student at NYU
Graduate School.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Irving Ehrlich, of Brooklyn.
New York, is a house guest here
of her sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tudor, 829
SW 18th Avenue, Miami,
ft ft ft
Alan M. Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David M. Gordon, 1519 SW
14th Street, Miami, has left for
Boot Training in the Navy at San
Diego, California. He was a stud-
ent in the School of Engineering
at the University of Miami. Kal-
man Salzman, of Brooklyn, New
York, father of Mrs. Gordon, is
visiting in Miami now.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classman, of
6477 SW 12th Street, announce
the birth of their son, Gerald Lee.
on December 17th. at Mercy Hos-
pital. The Briss took place on
December 25th. at the home of
Gerald Lee's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Henry Samowitz. 785 SW 21st
Road, with Reverend Abraham Seif
officiating. Godparents were Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Seldman. of 701 SW
23rd Avenue. Paternal grandpar-
ents arc Mr. and Mrs. Harry Class-
man.
ft ft ft
Errol Montgomery was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bloom, of 551
NW 40th Court, Miami, at Mount
Sinai .Hospital on December 19th.
The Briss took place on December
26th. with Reverend Abraham Seif
officiating. Godparents were Mr.
and Mrs. John Feller, of 1345 SW
18th Street. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Mandel. of 2350
SW 11th Terrace, and Mrs. Rachel
Bloom.
ft ft ft
Captain David Seitlin, who spent
one and a half years with the
United States Army Dental Corps
in Japan, is now in Fort Jackson,
South Carolina, awaiting his re-
lease from service. Captain Seit-
lin will return to Miami shortly.
ft ft ft
Spending their winter vacation
at the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach,
are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schliff, of
New York City. They are rela-
tives of the Herman Gordons, Mi-
ami.
ft ft Gary, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam
Schwager, 2012 SW 17th Avenue,
was Bar Mitzvah during early
morning services of Beth David
Congregation on Thursday, Jan-
uary 22nd.
Til Auxiliary
Plans Function
In February
The Greater Miami Auxiliary,
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
ciety, announces its Mardi Gras
Nite on Sunday, February 8th, 8:30
p.m.. at the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge.
The fund raising affair is part
of a continued plan on the part
of the organization to give all-out
aid to tuherculars in this area
through its hospital parties at the
county tubercular ward in Kendall
Hospital and through support of
Miamians who are convalescing at
the JCRS Sanitorium in Spivak.
Colorado.
Patients are maintained at the
hospital regardless of the time ele-
ment required for cure. At the
present time, seven Miamians are
receiving treatment there.
<^>tt*utlu J Meiakh
91A
HELEN ALPERT
Sparkling Saturday afternoon spotlights this week's Spinoza
Forum when a now wrinkle to tho celebrated Samuel Johnson-Bos-
woll duo makes its appearancetaking Boswell notes on Ruth Brot-
man's Israel talk will be the Yiddish novelist Tolush, for the
Yiddish papers.
Further descriptions of his Israel trip will be given by Jack
Fishman (he'll speak, not sing); and Max Axar will send you off
chuckling with his readings from Sholom Aleichem ... As surely
everybody knows, the place is 124 I lth Street, Miami Beach .
Ruth, incidentally, and it was no incident, nabbed those prized
opera tickets as winner in membership for the Miami Beach Music
and Arts League. This was so frantic a race that score keeper Aud-
rep Edrick gave up trying to produce the photo-finish Thursday
night at their installation dinner, despite Harold Shapiro's pleas for
the verdict.
Indeed, it stacked up as so delightful and friendly an evening
that nobody could keep much of a mind on business, the main busi-
ness being to welcome everybody to the opening of what promises
a brilliant year's accomplishments Leo Mindlin and I managed
to get there in time to avoid our own introductions; several friends
later looked at us doubtfully, as if we didn't deserve it, to comment
on what a "build-up" we'd received .
We're.heading their Literary Department, we'll try to hold our
own against the preponderance of musicians and artists. In a busi-
nesslike way, therefore, we appointed committee-member Fred Palmer
who, in his North Miami plant, is shortly issuing reprints of outof-date
books. In New York, Fred's firm was Dover Publishers Drifting
over to chat was Eva (Mrs. Sam) Fuchs. They've been here 2 years,
and a couple of weeks ago bought the handsome Stratosphere apart-
ments Blooming younger than ever was Mana-Zucra she does
look marvelous along with husband Irwin M. Cassel, beside Jennie
Grossinger. And sitting where she could admire them both was blonde
Maria Marcy, diction and dramatic coach .
Charles H. Lee's typewriter writes in italics explaining he isn't
sure why he "shines" in the League. As Astronomy lecturer, every-
body knows he shines everywhere, so that's the answer, Doctor Lee!
He's also special Israel newscaster for the Beach Zionists .
The new Cantor Jack Bornstein (spouse was home, ill) was ac-
companied by Josie Adler (spouse Lou Adler was away playing
don't misunderstand his fiddle) pleasing all with a powerful
voice .
ON TOUR:
Any time Saul Worth craves to write a column, he's got a hurvl-
tailored head: "It's Worth While!'' New note for actor Boris
Pritcher, Isaac Gellis' manager, is heralded by his joining the Miami
Beach Civic Orchestra Pretty flack (means publicity) for Young
Adult Group is Elaine Schwartzman. Roz Elbauni is curvaceous tM-
retary ...
Trusted to heave them out of any rut is Saul Rabin, specialist in
being director of education for small groups Talented Tally Brown,
who left s lasting impact in Miami's little theatre work, sings in a
52nd Street night club, they report. Her brother Fuller's writing tee-
vee. But staying put right here are their folks, the Sam Browns, in
their Clavelon Hotel .
Sheer sensation is the French Jewess Irene Hilda who quietly hit
a hotel cocktail lounge on the oceanfront, sent them into raves in Boca
Raton at the Philco convention, and revued special material at a Mar-
tinique midnight show. Someone that evening dubbed her the French
Betty Hutton. She electrified even the blase Harry Kilby .
THE HOMESTEAD STORY:
Last week this pillar wove back to undeveloped Homestead in
the Twenties, and up to 1930 Polly Rose Balfe, brilliant editor
of the Redland District News, reports that the arriving Homestead
Jewish Center is being viewed by founders as "an asset for the en-
tire community, rather than just for their own group." The meeting
room, stage, smaller rooms and kitchen will culminate en a Syna-
gogue.
In the Redland district are 25 Jewish families. The spark of a
Jewish center first lit William Raskin in 1946, almost as soon as he
moved to Homestead. And almost as soon as he came, in came the
Julius Finkles, to a farming population of 2,900. The 17 families
held services in Odd Fellows Hall. Herman Marks (you remember
him as Max Losner's nephew) now sees his nephew Sidney Peekett
as secretary of the Center. Financial secretary is Mrs. Jules Cherry
the Cherry family located in Florida City. New York's David Fish-
er bought a home oit Farmlife Road; the Irving Barnetts got gripped
and stayed also; the late Dr. Henry Rubin had settled in a grove
home on Hainlin Drive .
And the story winds on, never to stop. The old but ever-new
tale of pioneers with fulfillment in their hearts now carving a
true Center for all faithsl
SIGHT-SEEING:
Dignitary visiting the Ring Theatre workshops last Thursday was
Otto A. Harbach. 79-year old beloved president of ASCAP who's check-
ed off 50 of his own Broadway shows. Remember "Roberta'' "Cat
and the Fiddle" "Forbidden Melody"? Number 51 is about to go
into production. It'll be a strong plea for brotherhood, honor and con-
science. Locale is West Point. Gladly guiding him on their best tour
were Sam Hirsch, Gordon Bennett, Al Hochman. Greeting him espec-
ially was Malcolm Ross Flying in the following Sunday came the
Herman Starrs. Starr is powerful chairman of ASCAP's board. And
Next day, Irving Caesar was due Harbach loves soup, which is fine,
because over good heaping dribbles, we got some sound conversation
achieved. See next week for what he saidl
Samuels, Brush Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Samuels.
of 1048 West Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Natalie, to Leon
H. Brush, of Chicago. Illinois. The
couple plan to be married on j
March 22nd, at the Monte Carlo ]
Hotel.
Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, spiritual leader of the West
Miami Jewish Center, will officiate
at the 6 p.m. ceremony.
Miss I.it twin Weds
The wedding of Miss Rhoda Litt-
win to Sumner Spellman will take
place on Sunday at the Zamora
Review At AJC Meet
Miami Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress, will have a book re-
view on its program at its next
meeting on Wednesday, January
28th, 1 p.m., in the home of Mrs.
Jack Pector, 1895 SW 25th Street.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will be
principal speaker.


PAGE 8 A
riaglcr MfctOTK
Hear Talk Oh
Happy Marriage
The Women's Group of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center heard Hal Nappan, assistant
supervisor of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, last night in a talk
on: What Makes For A Happj
Marriage.
The next monthly luncheon will
be held on Tuesday. January1 27th.
12:30 p.m.. at the Center under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Leon
Bernard. .
The U
Goodwill Group
Has Card Party
The Goodwill Group ol Greater
Miami will hold a Luncheon and
Card Party for its chanty fund
c n February 19th. 12 noon, at the
Republican Club. 1934 West
Flagler Street Mrs Eva Krohn
and Mrs Gertrude Covner are co-
chairmen.
HUE*?. IAND1
26lhS,
nfeaajl
SYMPHONY
JOHN BITTEHr
I m ~a Mrc I pr; chnwn center with their qrandchildrenl Others present at the Toran
E^~H?*ZEEL. ""bu, YeL. C,,o, Rudol, Mil Pcu. Goldb.,,. Ab.
Maloff and Joe Weisbrol_________________________
I intuit- Hurst To
Itf iftt>il At Tea
Miss Fannie Hurst, American
novelist, will be honored at a tea
<.-. Tuesda) afternoon at the home
.: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson, 4430
I netree Drive
Miss Hur>t is the author of pop
ular American classics inclu
Back Street. Lummox and Humor-
esque. she has served as i
r:an of the National Housing Com-
ission, president ol the Authors'
Guild of America and was a mem-
Ih'lla Phi Epsilan
\Uair Earmiirks
Eanii Ear 4 haritu
Tin Greater Miami Alumnai As
: Delta Phi E| i -
; roritj will sponsor a card parl
on Monda) Januarj 26th S 30 p
m at the Home Milk Card R
2451 NW 7th Avenue
Reservations can be made with
Mrs Joseph Shopiro or Mr- Mar
tin S Forman "pen to men and
women, the affair will earmark all
proceeds for charity
Tifereth Israel Sisters
To Meet On Monday
Sisterhood ol the Tif< roth I
Sorthside Center "ill meet on
Monda) January' -,1|n- ,;:>'"'
North Miami Av nue
Mrs Irving Zuckerman will'
> for the Smorgas
bord to take place on Saturday,
Januarj 31st. at the Lions' Club
Alter a short business meeting.
Irene Sussman visiting clubwom
an. will be guesl speaker
TUereth Israel
Teeaaaertt If old
Square 10a nee
The Teenager Canteen of the Tif-
.nth Israel Northside Center will
|U.....lance tomorrow ev-
ening at 8pm
Activities are being planned by
the Social Committee, headed by
Esther Glaotz, with co workers
Judy Robinaon, Gwen Roberts and
.! Tan Jerry Berke is pres-
ident of the group. Leader is Jer-
Schulman
IAN
PEEll
SUNDAY, JANUUT1
MIAMI BtACN i
MONDAY JANUAIY]
DADE COUNTT l
Membership Drive
Plan- lor the beginning of it.-
annual membership drive were
completed by ihe Board of Direc
tors of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association at a meeting last
night, it was revealed by Sidney
\ St iiner. executive director.
Miss fonnie Hunt
!. r of the New York Mayor's Com-
mittee "ii Unity.
She reconth was named national
vice chairman of the S25.ikhj.iiuo
Medical I lleg< Campaign
sored by Yeshiva L'niversit) in con-
junction with the City of New
York
Mi.-.- Hurst will explain seme of
the fact- relating to the new non
sectarian school. There will be no
fund raising at the reception. Mr-
Kobinson said
Frank To View
iJhiial uhlire
rin .' Frank, formerlj of the
New York Ethical Culture Soci
et) wj Iress the Miami Societj
for Ethical Cultun inday,
Januai 11 am at the I.uul
sej Hopkins School
Vice president ol Miami Societ)
Ethical Culture, Frank is a
I Columbia L'niversit)
He will discuss Ethical Culture and
.The Solution of Problems
Simons On Air
Harry Simons, chairman of the
Greater Miami Cemetery Associa-
tion, will discuss the forthcoming
dedication of Mount Sinai Memor-
ial Park on Sunday morning. 10
a.m.. over Simon Seiden's Jewish
Forum of the Air. Station is
VMIE.
IKahbi Shapiro Ik
XaiiM'd thairui.
Of sp-i-iai Everts
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, has been named chairman
of the Special Events Division of
the Florida campaign for the med
ical college co-sponsored by Ye-
shiva University and the City of
New York
Rabbi Shapiro is executive chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami He i- al-o a
member of the Speakers' Bureau
of the < ombined Jewish Appeal
Inferfairth Panel Is
Slated By Temple
Israel Sisterhood
A socio-psycho-religious drama
'will be featured at the next meet
ing of Temple 1-rael Sisterhood
on Monday. February 2nd. 1 30
p m
Composing the panel will be Dr
Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spir
itual leader; Dr Joseph Barth,
presenting the I hristian point of
Mew. and Mr- Granville Fisher.I
wife ol the chairman ol the I >.
partmenl ol Psychology at the Uni-
versity of Miami
Questioners will represent three
different faith- and are scheduled
to include the Mesdames Russel
William- Harrj Boyell and I I
Mount
Both Jewish and Christian won
en are invited to attend, accord
ing to Mr- Harold Thurman. chair
man of the Program Mrs B J
Breslauer will act a- moderator
Winter Social, Card Party
At Temple Beth Sholom
The Men s Club of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold its Annual WirT
ter Social and Card Party on Mon-
daj evening, January 26th. 8 p.m..
in the Banquet Hall, according to
an announcement by Dr Alexan-
der Bobbins, Men's club president.
Abbot! i- program chairman.
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Orovitz To Be Featured
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Harold Shapiro, commentator on
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January 24th, at
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liquidation of the
(escaped to fight
he guerillas until
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movement, he
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+Jfmia>fkrkamr,
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Name George Talianoff Assistant
Attorney General, Ervin Announces
!S?Lf' ,a,ifnoff- Miami Be" Attorney and civic leader was
appointed this week as a Special AsaiaUnt Attorney General by R^h
S^iSKrSt1,he s,ate of Flor,da The *-
Tahanoff long active in the communal affairs of Dade Countv
pres.dent of the Miami Beach Lodge, Bnai Brith, chairman of the
Executive Committee of the Flor-
ida Regional office, Anti-Defama-
tion League, ADI, national com-
missioner representing the South
and vice president of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
His duties as Assistant Attor-
ney General will include "en-
forcement of Beverage Control
Statutes" and other functions of
the Attorney General's office.
Talianoff was graduated from
Cornell University with the AB de-
gree. He obtained the LLB degree
from St. Lawrence University,
Brooklyn Law School. He is a
member of the State Bar of New
York and Florida.
Talianoff maintains his office
at 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. He resides with his wife,
Lucille, and their two children.
Susan and Marsha, at 4560 Mer-
idian Avenue, Miami Beach.
PAGE 9 A
Meyer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lena
Meyer, will take place Sunday, Jan-
uary 25th. 2 p.m., in the Jewish
section of Woodlawn Cemetery,
| with Rabbi Narot officiating. Mrs.
I Levine is survived by her husband.
I David, daughter, Mrs. David Rifas,
1 and two sons, Sigmund and Syl-
I vester, of Chicago. Arrangements
j are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Becker Unveiling
The dedication pf a monument
to the memory of Mrs. Rachel
Becker, wife of the late Jacob
Becker, philanthropist and long-
time resident of Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, January 25th,
1 p.m., at Woodlawn Park Ceme-
tery'- Mrs. Becker is survived by
a son, Frank, and a grandchild,
Bernard.
0 N
E H A t F OF THE
Hiiai ( iih loath Organization
wo should like to thank tfc* so many people who helped make the
rotont AZA BBC Convention in Miami a success. Without their help
our Bnai B'rith Tool* could not have had the wonderful experience
they did have.
(MIS.) SAllY WELLINS,
Chairman, Greater Miami BIVO Co*
-?.
George Tafianoff
ADL Attorney Talks Levine Unveiling
ibers of the
linisterial As-
be quests of
on Monday
they convene
Habeas Cron-
1 In Miami
Ministers' In-
Hsm. sponsored
fael. Dr. Cron-
:uss two sub-
And The Ser-
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n By An Ama-
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Morris B. Abram. ADL and Civ-
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Georgia, will be guest speaker at
the weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, Bnai B"rith.
on Tuesday. January 27th. 12:15
p.m., in the National Hotel.
Subject of Abram's talk will be:
What's Ahead For The South?
The speaker is a leader in the
Anti-Defamation League and has
long been active in civil liberties
cases.
Milton Malakoft
Mm Named State
tlond Manager
Assignment of Milton S. Mala-
koff to the post of Florida man-
ager for the State of Isra/1 Bond
Campaign was announced this '
week by Edwin L. Mayer, assistant
field director of the American Fi-
nancial and Development Corpor-
ation.
Malakoff will assume his new
duties on February 1st. His terri-
tory will include the entire state
of Florida outside of Dade County.
Mayer will serve as acting city
manager for Greater Miami during
the balance of the winter season.
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Levine, formerly of 9333 Byron Av-
enue. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. January 25th, 1:30 p.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Lehrman officiating. Mr. Levine
is survived by his wife, Jeannette.
and four sons. David, Howard, Gil-
bert and Yale, all of Miami Beach.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
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PAGE 10 A
Jewish Home Of Aged Sets Meeting For
February 1st; Plan Jack Ablin Memorial
An Annual Membershii
of the Jewish Home for th Vged
will take plac. at D
dens. 15H v i Streel Miami as at I
on Sunday. Februarj 1st Weinl
Some l.ixto mi expect-
ed to attenl. when reports of the t
past year's progress and on the Sam Fri.
future need- ol the Home will ". -
given
~ Highlight of the meeti.
be the dedication of the Jacob Breske Mrs 1
Sher Plaque of Honor on which is Harry St< ner -
inscribed names of contribut rsjs Silvei '''nr
who fulfilled pledges of S3.000 or
more toward the purchase of $chul
... Gardens in 1949 M
ice Pearlstein, executive director baum \
said that the membership will also \\v: I Kati
elect 19 Board members and vote
a constitution amendment de- enth.; M Niermai
creasing the residence require- rl> and
ment of applicants in Greater Mi
ami from three years to 18 months
"The Executive Committee of
the Home has approved the amend
ment and is urging its approval."
Pearlstein
Upwards of 50 Jewish commun-
al leaders here and in Chicago met
last Sunday as Wests of Colonel
It, nt u iAbvi
Xifiiinst Jvus
Continued frorr^ Page 1 A
marized the genera! attitude .
he declared in the p lira
and Mrs Jack M Arvey at their h d
home. 436 Wot Rivo Alto Drive.
. : ns f01 k A
Mi -""rial Building at the 11- I
Colonel Arvej ;;i acl .>- chair-
ol the Buildii i
i lirmi re Baron Hirsch
M
. .
the :..- Ir | I th< HitU r |
and become the newest ai
vituperative pel -
Communist Treatment
Tin !-r.
the
led Nal
suk. Mrs J. Cohen arx I St,
edical
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Left to right are Baron de Husch Meyer. Colonel Jack M. Array. Danny Tha
screen star, and Abe Kurman. leaders in the plan* for the projected Jack
Building at the Jewish Hcme for the Aged, interpreting the needs of the Homei
50 communal leaders. ________________________________
err>- re ted to i
man of the Board: 'rot \-
Bernbaui enl when it

Ad \
i n ir.ittei ted to i
vice pre! ireentx n tl
M. of thi
Mrs Bi '
: and Mrs Sol i -, which i i
ed the & In r tai
IsoifJcii l<>i'rs Til
a a .7. tin-
lloiior 'IIIm'I'i's ists to open thi ol the Sot
In order 1 -,.. "t Union and satellite states forj
idem Henr\ Garrison, the Golden "* >dus of their unwanted Jews
Age Friendshii I thi The Jewish Labor Committee
er Miami Jew notice on Soviet Ambassa
,er te to him and ol dor G N Zarubin in Washington
: thi pasl .: a meetii thai 1 expected him to receive .-.
Sunday January 25th 3 pm. at 1 delegation of the committee to di-
the Center cuss th.- Soviet anti-Jewish policy
'" be hoi The committee charged th.i- -
-lebrate w< nnivers r iet anti-Jewish propaganda has al-
ies and birthday.- thi- month ready resulted in outbreak- against
Those celebral nj thdays are Jews in Ukrainian villages and in
Mr- L. Friedman. Mr- \ Past cities like Moscow and Ode---,
nick. P. Goldsmith I. Baskin, Mr- i t..i uiu ,hl r ,, ,
I r, Mr- Shridin, Mr- H Bur ,h aT." '" unite '"
ci. m... new 8 viet anti-Jewish
*ny
in the Soviet Union
? .**. :- i* t f dy and caPabk- of using their
time is time for
Tarn Tarn
|euuca ''' declared
At Fever Pitch
Anger ..nd excitemeni over the
,nre nJr'lV atUCk n "" J**i
trapped brhmd th,- iron curain
swept Israel thi, week and almJS
completely obscured thi, country -
-concern over ,e SP
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Continued from Page 1 A
.......
.. oul th.-.t the Commun-
ist rnments "havi
......
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.... .

- f natioi thi
es of hat n
ntrollabli We
.....
'i
avert rnajoi 1
...
Jewish bourgeois ele-
' politai re un-
to who dictate the
policies of the Sot el the)
permitted to emigrate
I Israel. Indeed, the Zionist move
meat would gladly undertake to
earn out such a transfer en ma**
i( only the countries within the
Soviet orbit would agree to it Ut
them go to Israel, where the) will
be warmly welcomed "
Likened To Naiism
It Miller, in addressing the
session, stated that 'whatever the
objective of Moscow ma) be we
are forced to the conclusion that
international Communism 1- de-
liberatel) turning its back on its
posture- of democracy and
liberah-m Like Nazism, it is adopt-
mti-Semitism ai ., weapon in
the world war. an instrument of
' home, of propaganda
hroad it ,- ,he classic weapon
ol those whose orgies ol hatred
nbl> h,r- own immi-
nent downfall
Dr Emanuel Neu ann. member
" U Jewish Agene) ExecuUve
: I.....ibl> greater shocks
'" "With profound shock"
5 sa,d- "V mu>x f;'"- '" hor
"fymg truth the i ^
accusations are ol one
ge heralding not onl, an ant,
V.onL-l cru^de but a new wave f
>st leaders ln th,- classic Nazi tra
, 'vh l^y^huu in Moscow are
-~~i >nd fantastic tor rl
Representative Walter Slashes!
Enemies Of McCarran Immigral
- ., < n m D'"s originate in
Continued from Np 1 A | ,ual|> f ^^ ^{
:.- based on national origin. |,,e or r chnc* ta
-reed and color and to sub- f C"*""3" Walter la
stitute proviaioiu worthy of our Con8r"
ind our form of govern
menl No
Such revision, said the Presi- ^ sharp replvn
would do much to convince Walter was made
eople of the free world that Pnf.;,| u'ho hid
we have not lost an lota of our tn,. rtr of
:..ith in the croat principles upon cnm., .IOn sad
a)
Sena'.'-r
VcCa
which thi- nation wa- founded and
1 which it has risen to a place
ol pro eminence among all na-
1 ions "
"Professional Jews"
K> presentative Walter, who won
lection despite his repudiation
I'v I'ro-ulential candidate Adlai
Stevenson, hotly defended the law
, and complained that "so many pro-
, :< .-lonal Jews are shedding croc-
odile tears for no reason what-
ever He charred that the Presi-
dent's commission had been set
solely "for the purpose of discred-
iting the law" and insisted there
wa- nothing in the law that could .fMMlti in Cooi
be construed as "anti-anything terview with
Mr R -enheld
Ntntativt Walter
to ttie VcCamol
came nol only
prominent C
spokesmen, indi
Cushins of
ey. of I>etroit. 0
of Los An?ete,
Kuntr director 4
Service to
field -tatemesti
resentatue Wilttt
!nal
j-h Jtl
Bostoad
:-;-:.:ml
Representative Jacob K Javits
and Representative Kmanuel Cell-
I bers. named Mr
1 man he had ia 1
er both'took th* floor to challenge ou* a' prfWS
Walter, but the I'ennsyIvanian re-1
fused to elaborate on his charges (
acainst "professional Jews." -^
Representative Lester Holtznun. |
of New York, a freshman in the
House, said later that he had been
shocked and disillusioned" by
Representative Walter's anti-Jew-
i-h remarks and by "the round of
applause which followed."
It was revealed that some of the
Jewish members of the House al-
most immediately after Walter's
outburst received mail containing
Nazi, anti Jewish insults.
Reprsentative Celler. retiring as
chairman of the House Judiciary
Committee in which immigration
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IARY 23. 1953
+ Mm*isi> IkrkUnr
Istein Will Be Principal Speaker
lary Meeting Slated February 8
Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological Sem-
Jca. will be one of two principal speakers at the Semin-
li Iht. February 8th, at the Roney Plaza Hotel, and will
day conclave.
quct speaker will be announced next week, according
j Fruchtman, dinner
Jgistrations for the
|m out-of-state lead-
pervative Movement
|e 100 mark, Samuel
conference chair-
PAGE 11 A
Mapam Sends Delegate To Pragae
TEL AVIV (JTA)-By a vote of party that sending a Mapam dele-
tein, who is the
nt in the Seminary's
rded as one of the
jgious leaders and
erica today. He was
hictor In Talmud at
[in 1920, a post he
tears.
chancellor was Solo-
Lecturer in Theol-
924-1930 period and
tssor of Theology in
ne assistant to the
(931, when only 36
was named provost
rinkelstcin assumed
in 1940.
fin was awarded the
ris Medal in 1940.
ir, he was appointed
I President Franklin
ppresentative of Ju-
|se him on step for
\v\ 1943-44. the chan-
Jersnll Lecturer on
of Man at Harvard
[and editor of many
fently edited a two-
pe Jews: Their His-
ind Religion. He is
Siience. Philosophy
lA initial Symposia, a
led in 1942. In ad-
contribator to the
iaTl> Keview, Journal
iterature, Harvard
iew, Menorah Jour-
re. and many oth-1
ind theological pub-
in was Rabbi of
(Kehillath Israel in
jty from 1919-1931.
lent of the Rabbinic-
America from 1928-
headquartors for
have been opened
Beach Jewish ("en-
Irving Lohrman
hairman of the con-
e offices have been
222. One Lincoln
Miami Beach.
three to two. the left wing Mapam
Central Council decided to partici-
pate in a conference of the Demo
LEGAL NOTICE
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice la hereby Riven that the part-
nership of Leslie Krlebert and Claire
l-Yleb.rt trading: ns Claire Apartments
in mi.mil Beach, Dude County, rfa..
has been discontinued and dissolved
as of December 31. INI
i -!<;--_: -::.?
gate to the Czech capital, where
Mapam leader Mordecai Oren is
under arrest, would only strain the
cratic Youth Movement Prague I rgaunization Internally. A leader of
-,, Hashomer Hatzair. M. Yasur, was
The dec.s.on was taken despite .elected to S3 the Prague par-
warning by some members of the! ley.
To Dedicate New
Mount Sinai Addition
The Greater Miami Cemetery
Association indicated early this
week that the date for formal
dedication of the latest addition
to Mount Sinai Memorial Park
will be shortly announced.
Harry Simons, chairman, said
that the 25 acre tract is located
on NW 137th Street off 7th Av-
enue.
The cemetery is owned and
operated by the Association
which includes as members Beth
David Congregation, Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation and
Chesed Shel Emeth.
In operation for the past five
years, Mount Sinai is now com-
plete, with paved streets and
landscaping.
Jamboree For
Enthusiasts
Enthusiasts of square and round-
dancing will have an opportunity
to fox trot, waltz, samba and do-si-
do to the music of Happy Harold
and His Dixie Millers, during the
gala Barn Dance Jamboree on Sun-
day evening, January 25th. 8:30
p.m., at the Town Branch, Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
New Social Director At
Wofford Beach Hotel
Mrs J. B. Wofford. owner of the
New Wofford Beach Hotel, an-
nounces that she has secured the
exlusive services of Rose Rosen-
berg, social director, of Palm
Springs, California.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
'.".-.,".,.'!7,..!"",,'r "' ri.titi.M.-* name ..t
CARIBBEAN COMMUNICATION, al
l6 N E. let Avenue, .Miami I \,i
intend to redder mid name with the
Clerk of Hi.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROT i: JONES 8R
ut.ie-a4i MA"""! An
PTA
I in tin
Health
pittelMM, chairman
fer-Cranada Nursery
(announces that the
et at the Center on
Inuary 28, 8:15 p.m.
[Tommy Eat, a Men-
fcn. will be shown.
IKIass. Miami pedia-
as commentator.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
f?V-,N.7V- IN CHANCERY No. 156399
I-.DITII ;. WARREN. P|al -
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the Plaintiff's Attorney, AMOS BEN-
JAMIN, 508 Olympla Building, Miami,
Florida, and file jhc original Anawer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
..I the Circuit Court on or before the
Ifrd da) of February, IKS if yor
fall to do ao, Judgment bj default will
in- taken against you for the rel l U
manded In the mil >.f Compui m
DONE ANfi ORDERED at Miami,
la, tliN 21 el da) < .f January.
!'.:
Circuit '"in l. i >ade Count y.
E l; LEATHRRMAN, Clerk,
Bj WM. W. 8TOCKJNO,
Deput) .' l;
lClub
Israel Club, spon-
iath Israel Hebrew
fold iU first outing
Creynolds Park. A
form before the
[1 a.m., according to
sr, spiritual leader.
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Notice la hereb) given that Jt'LBS
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Taa H da Certll I. Num......-.i M4,
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has riled -1ni Certificate In m> of-
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IK4.
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SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: MAIUJAIIKT <'. JAi'yl'KS.
aka MARGARET C Itl'SSKI.I,
and RU8BEL, her hutd>a:id
l7th Street 37th Avenue
Dade County, Florida
Mailing addreaa Ri
Poal Office Bos Ul-O,
Hollywood, Florida
You Maraarei C. Jaeajuea, aka Mar-
garel C. Ruaaell and Ruaael,
ner huaband, are herebj notified thai
.i BUI ..f Complaint i" rorecloae Mori
gaga haa been filed agalnat you, and
you are aaqulrad i" aerv* a copy of
your Anawer or I'lfadlnKs t< the Bl-I
of Complaint on the Plalntlffa* At-
torney, AMOH BENJAMIN 503 Olym-
pla Building, .Miami. Florida, and tile
tin- original Anawer oi Pleading In
the office "f the Clerh "< the l 'r
Court on of
February, igst if yun fail to do to,
jii.iKinrnt l>v default win be take i
agalna] you for th.- relief demai led
!n the Bill <>f '"..niplalnt.
DOME AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida this 'JIM day of January, [>-,:,.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, l'lorida
B) w.m w MK)CKIN<;,
Deputy Clerk
l j::-::-" 2/S-13
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To AI.I. To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREET-
INGS
This la to certify that, wbereaa,
Max Mar. Miami Beach, I -"a.
M.i\ It. Sliver, Miami. I''la.
Nadoi l-aai -..n. Miami BeBCh, Pla
did ..a the -'-mi da) "i February, A 0.
1 '-" l. cauae t. be Incorporated und*-r-
the pro\ ilom of Chapter IO0M, Lawn
of Florida, Acta >.f 125, STAR PROP-
I^RTIEH INC., a corporation, with Ita
principal i.!...-.- ..f bualneaa .ii Ml
Dade "ount n thi Bute of Florid i.
and whereaa the proper offlcera of
ui h i ifporatlon did on the 19th .i.i.
of .Ian ii. \ I' 1953, i '.ui-.- i i -
filed in the offli.....f the Secretar)
State of the State "f Floi Ida, a ily
authenl it Ion a l"i''."l '
tIi- -" ;< i '.. i inder the pro%
of said Chapter I I....... Law n of I
Ida, Acta of I'.j".. s'i.iw na the i
lutlon of auch corporal '. and *;
aatlefli
the requlrementa of law ha\ '..
compile'1 'i
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
have hen ntn tei my nan'
and have affixed the ;
of the State of l".
'allal i he fapil
Hii- the 19th day of Jan
A.D
R. A OKAY.
itnr vi "' "v "f State.
: :.: .::
... NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADC
f,U,N.TV' IN CHANCERY. NO.-561C6
rilll.II' DEMBNER, PI tlf|
\ a
ROSE DEMBNER. lh d
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ro: Ri .si: i :.\n:.\i:i:. | .
.. 8tri Bi i \. > york
Vou notified thai B
r Dl' ,,
'' ''l I..... i. and you are requi' -
! to rve .. i >nj of you \ -..
ig to the Bill ..f Compui
S II'I'll I
KEBSL.ER, I s \v Knd Avi n i< M
I file the ..i Icln il
\"-. r t Pleading In the offl '
the lerk ol th< Cli ilt r
b, rori .., February, 19
II | rail l .1 i .... judga i
fault will be taken
the i. Ilef demanded In the B
i omplalnt
DONE AND ORDERED at Ml
hi..,i,ia. thta Hat lay of Jai n i
i: i: UEATHRRMAN Clei
Circuit Court, Dade Count> F
B) WM W. STOCKINOl
tClrcult Court Seal) Deput) Clerk
i tt-Sl -v;/-u
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. tffffO-B
MlltHAY LEVINE and SAM LBVINE
d b/a SAMSON BLOCK CO
Plalntlffa
VH.
CORBIN D LANCASTER, a h
(' D. LANCASTER and
MKl.KN A. LANCASTER, hla wife,
..__ IH-fendaiiti
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
NOTIlK IS JtERKBY i;|\'EN that
the unileralKiitHI. as S|m lal Mast,
uniler and by \lrtue of the Final I le
rree heretofore entered in the above
styled cause, on the 31st dav of De-
Camber, 1952. will offer for sale ami
jell at puhlti- auction for oaak, to the
hlKli.si and best bidder, at the south
front goor of the Count) Court House
of Had.- County in the ctty of Miami,
Dade County. Florida, on the tnd 'i.
f Mmvh. i9.'..i. between the hours of
11:110 O'clock a ill. ami .....
p in., the aame being u-ani -
Bay, mi the hour* the legal hou
ale. the following described on
erty, lying, altuate and being in Dade
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lots I throiiKli i in Block t CAM -
BRIDGE LAWNS PARK St'li-
D1VISION, according to the P
th. eof. r.'.nr led in IMa:
l'age I of the Public Kerurds
of Dade <" mill., Florida,
together with all the tenements, her-
editaments and appurteni' ts there-
unto helonginK. or In am wlae ap-
Kri ilnina. beinc; sold to satisfy aald
i.....
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this SOth day of January,
1953.
HARRY GORDON
Special Master In Chancery
SAl'I, f!F!ET
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
CENET ft GENET
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla,
l/tS-30 2/-lS


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liKwiislbJBoiciidlilgun
SEC. B
Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
jjd sales started this meeting of leaders assistinq in
nts for the January 29th concert by Yehudi Menu-
Miami Beach Auditorium. Left to right are Sey-
[jebman, chairman of the Council of Organizations
Miami for the sale of Israel Bonds; Fred Jonas, act-
Jent of the Zionist Organization of America in Miami
id Joseph Alter, director of Miami Beach ZOA and
re industrialist and financier. Other members of the
jch ZOA Menuhin Concert Committee are Alex Van
[Dan Broad, Jacob Fishman, Sol Gevet, S. A. Good-
laham Mason, A. Perlmutter, Harry J. Sonz. Louis
jnd Jacob Morris.
Sinai Sets $150,000 Goal For
Jubilee; Wien Is Chairman
win complete cooperation from the
American Guild of Variety Artists,
and AGVA representatives Jerry
Baker and Rajah Raboid have
pledged the talents of all actors
available in the area. Mount Sinai
has won support of entertainers
here because of the year around
policy of providing all AGVA mem-
bers with free hospitalization.
More than 100 members have
availed themselves of this service
at Mount Sinai during the past
year.
lubilw Honors
Jacob S<*hachtcr
Jacob Schacter's 22nd year in
radio will be celebrated with a
Jubilee Concert at the Miami
Beach High School on Sunday, Jan-
uary 25th, 8:30 p.m.
Presently director of the Jew-
ish Variety Hour, he is a pioneer
in Jewish radio programs which
he began to feature in New York
City 21 years ago.
The Sunday evening concert will
feature a leading New York artist.
Tickets are on sale at the Star
Dairy Restaurant, 841 Washington
Avenue. Reservations may be
made at 58 3300.
|tho Third Annual Jub-
unt Sinai Hospital has
si50,000, according to
i Wien. chairman of the
mittee.
a star-packed show,
:>n March 5th, at the
oh Auditorium and is
inri raising event spon-
hospital.
Jubilee brought.in a
112.000. while the prev-
(r.ceipts totaled $88,000.
Wien, who is aided by
kson and J. Gerald Lew-
at the new, high goal
I view of the tremendous
S273.000 this year. If
jance is achieved the
IK- reached."
that the deficit, largest
titution's history, is the
I'll1'! Mount Sinai admis-
?uh the Social Service
at and an increased num-
ptors to the Out Patient
It on a free or part-pay-
Ivan, noted columnist and
Istar. will again be mas-
bmonies for the show. He
[with him celebrated per-
gom New York.
Mlec is the only event to
JNF Council Plans
Arbor Day Program
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of South Florida is scheduling1
a radio campaign in connection
with the local observance of Tu
B'Shvat, Jewish Arbor Day. A drive
for the planting of trees in the
Chaim Weizmann Memorial For-
est will be initiated at that time
n tribute to the memory of Is-
rael's first president.
A special program will be pre-
sented on Jacob Schachter's Jewish
Radio Hour over Station WMBM
on Sunday, January 25th, at 2 p.m.,
and on Morris Nasatir's new pro-
gram over Station WINZ, Sunday
evening, February 1st, from 8 to
9:30 p.m.
Participating will be Rabbi Mos-
es Mescheloff. president of the
Council; Rabbi David Shapiro,
chairman of its Board; and Sam
Prosterman, honorary life chair-
man.
Assisting at the phones for the
acceptance of tree pledges will be
the Mesdames Barnett Beckerman,
Harry Rogers and Benjamin Ka
minetzky.
Rabbi Mescheloff introduced
the premiere showing of Those We
Remember during a meeting of
the JNF Council held at the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education Library
on Wednesday evening.
Reports were also heard on
South Florida's current participa-
tion in the Weizmann Memorial
Forest and on the recent dinner
tendered Mendel Fisher, JNF na-
tional executive director.
Clara Goldenberg discussed re-
sults of the Tag Day Drive held in
Dade County earlier this month.
UNITED NATIONSOne of the humanitarian endeavors of the
UN is the International Bureau for the Declaration of Deaths which
may seem like a strange way of describing such a body, necessary
though its work may be. The fact remains, however, that legal proof
of death is an aid to the living: it settles inheritance and property
claims, it allows men and women to marry again and it lays aside
doubts wh;Vh have been worrying friends and relatives.
The International Bureau was set up by a Convention on Miss-
ing Parsons whose signature was one of the last acts at the tem-
porary UN headquarters in the factory at Lake Success. As might be
expected, most of the work of this office in Geneva is in connection
with the fate of so many Jews who disappeared during the last
World War and whose death is presumed but cannot be legally
established.
For instance, the first two bulletins put out by the Bureau contain
applications for declarations of death,on a dozen persons, all of them
Jews. Although they are like any other applications, just a listing of
names and addresses, they are heartening to read.
There is the Landsberg familyJaakow. Chaim, Hendel and
Friedawho lived at Czenstochowa, Poland, and who perished in the
gas chambers and furnaces of the Nazi concentration camp of Oswiecim
between July 5th and July 15, 1942. Legal proof of their deaths is
sought by a brother and sister of Frieda Landsberg.
There is the Salamon family Dov, Rachel, Gershon and Zelda
who lived at Kovna. Lithuania, and were last heard of there in 1944.
Applications for declarations of death have been filed by Yaacov, the
son of Dov and Rachel, and the brother of Gershon and Zelda.
National laws and procedures have proved inadequate to solve
the difficulties caused by the disappearance of millions of peoples
during the Second World War. The Bureau's bulletin points out
that applications for declarations of death in the past have usually
been published in one country whereas the missing person, if still
alive, and the rightful claimants often live elsewhere. Furthermore,
it says: "no national legislation can guarantee that the decisions of
its courts will be recognized outside the country."
As the bulletins show, the Bureau published the applications for
declarations oT death. Any person who may be able to provide in-
formation is requested to communicate with the tribunal dealing with
the applicationsin the case of the 12 so far published, the District
Court, Jerusalem.
The Bureau serves as a clearing house. It keeps an index and
cross-files any pertinent documents and court decisions. The court* in
the countries which have ratified the convention or intend to do so
are supposed to inform the bureau of all proceedings and decisions.
They make no declarations of death until three months after the
notices have been published in the bulletin; and presumably the Jeru-
salem Court can certify the Landsbergs and Salamons as dead if they
do not receive any information to the contrary after the three months
period.
There is only one thing which spoils this humanitarian endeavor
of the United Nations. That is that, until recently, the convention set-
ting up the Bureau had been ratified only by Nationalist China which
means the island of Formosa, Guatemala and Israel, none of them coun-
tries in which the majority of Jews disappeared during the last war.
LOOK for this SIGN
4>
A\ev
Oeu
. displayed everywhere
garden, chairman of ths Transportation Carps far the
Sinai Jubilee, receive)* beet wishes from. General Cam-
^hainnah Leonard A. Win. The show will be F,,!,*
fch 5th, at the) Miami Beach Auditorium. Karden
'aclude routing performers cm spnt-saconcl timing *ram
iht club activities to the Auditorium on the night ol
.Hes*T.d in- the paj^ectpaeity. Ut y*ar
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9-lmisfFkrtitor
Additional Stars
Slated For Telethon
Martha Raye. chairman of the
Talent Committee of the fritted
Cerebral Palsy Association Tele-
thon scheduled for January 24th
and 25th, .nor station WTVJ. has
announced the names of an addi-
ll number of Stan who will
appear at the Palsy affair
They are Joey Adams. Jar. Bart.
Billy Vine. Betty George and Chris
Columbo
Mrs Gertrude Werner, chairman
if Volunteers for the Telethon
stated that along with the talent,
hundreds of organizations m the
Greater Miami area haw volun-
teered the services of their mem
bership. She also said that a dress
rehearsal of volunteers will be
held at the Miami Beach Audi- fffVffVfl/f SvtS
torium where the Telethon will _. ,
take place \vir Hl'ltHlls
, Burnett Roth, vice Mayor if Mi- Hialeah race track set
ami Beach and chairman of the tendanci liter well
total Telethon Campaign, stated More ,ht. ..,,. ,.ar!ed ,0 riln
that the work done by Miss Raye A total of 117.50 Is were
and Mrs Werner in securing the distribute: I visit rs during a 10
talent and the volunteers needed daj .H.r,(li ... ember 34
Dr. Rober: Gordii" centea goes ovet a lecture he delivered
the Miami Beach Jewish Center with Rabb> Irvinn Lehr-
mcr. left and Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Men's
Club. Dr. Gcrdis. professor of Bible and religion at Columbia
and the Jewish Theoloaicai Seminary talked on Has Amer-
icao Jewry A Future?
for this job. "foreshadows
successful Telethon so that the
S150.000 needed to serve th<
br.:! Palsied in th:< i........
go on"'
percent increase over the previous
: ear
A record was sel De
cember 28th. when 23.000
cards were handed out to 9.200
C_:_i \sr. i n -:- single-daj
Social Worker Talks
Mr- Marjoi Halverstadl
t
Goodwill Group Meets
En ti The Goodwill Gi
. Brai \ v
,h- 27th. 7 30 p.m. al the Mc
a Tues Allister Post. Vel
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IARY 23. 1953
Ititaite To Open New Session
*Jtetr/sf? Her Mian
PAGE 3B
semester of Me
of Jewish Studies
[Wednesday, Febru-
brill be held at the
ish Education build-
scheduled for eight
trough March 25th.
te will continue its
through 9 p.m., in
lebrew, Conversation-
Elementary Yiddish
re a new course, The
kunity, with sessions
|h 10 p.m.
ag faculty for The
lunity includes Max
fcdget director of the
i Jewish Federation,
uss What Is The Jew-
y"!; Rabbi Leon Kron-
e Beth Sholom, who
Can The Synagogue
Center Of American
f; Louis Schwartzman,
rector of the Bureau
iucation of Greater
Miami, who will discuss, Can
American Jewry Create A Vital
Jewish Culture?
Albert Comonar, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Serv
ice Bureau, who will present,
"What Is Jewish In Jewish Welfare '.
Agencies?;; Gilbert Balkin, direc-'
tor of the Florida Anti-Defama- j
tion League, who will discuss, Can j
Community Relations Work Be.
Centralized On The American:
Scene?; Morris Klass, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, who will pre-
sent, Are Federation And Wel-
fare Funds Meeting The Needs Of
Jewish Agencies?"
Seymour B. Liebman, attorney
and communal leader Should
.There Be A Federation Of Zionist
Organizations In America?; and
Ephraim Gale, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity CenterWhat Is the Role
Of The Jewish Community Cen-
ter?
tephen Skop, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop,
ral Gables Jewish Center, is the first youth in Dade
__ :o pass the official Bar Mitzvah Examination prior to
iMnzvah on Saturday, January 31st. Louis Schwartz-
rector of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Educa-
aids the Certificate here indicating that Raphael has
requirements of the Bureau and the Rabbinical As-
l of Greater Miami. These include having attended
School for at least three years and passina the
Examination in Bible, History, Customs and Cere-
n*Band Hebrew language translation. Raphael will assist
"jfcj er at both the Friday Sabbath Service and chant the
crtion on Shabbat Shiran. His parents will be hosts
neg Shabbat on Friday and at the Kiddush on Satur-
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Southeastern
Zionists Convene
In Atlanta
Southeastern Zionists ili con>
ene on Sunday, Januarj 25th. 10
B.m :ii the Mayfair Club, Atlanta,
ieorgia, in their fir the year, according to Leo R Bur
son. chairman of the \ In
Council,
On the agenda al< ng ith n
rship, Israel projects
th, will be the il the
transfer ol the
'- to Miami.
President Fn M
ami Beach Zionist
i
numl
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ro on Satin

f the A
trade ;
:*each Lc-ige
present;:-
:rertor o! the
-:. George J
now be
mt of the An I
quently Miat
Bee;
Rabbi Shapiro On
Speakers' Bureau
' spiritual
I Beth Di
i
the National S| Bureau o(
Bonds for Israel and the Inited
' -- Appeal He has accepted
king rigag. i
lor : T,\.
Musi rill 1'omedu
Ai i-lnijh'v

resented at
(ten b)
; .i
Name Sponsors
Committee Of
GMJCC Review

the forthcomii
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Miami J munil

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^VJGUST BROS ftV-f
Is the o* sr
man
bllill in i u
P" mi Beach \u
Brandeis AJC 'ditorium on March l-t. will por
Brand.-. rk.nt K tMBUMi MlMit*tl in the his
IS ri P American ;r> f the Mlam,
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e Sabbath
Its Meaning For
Modern Man
by Dr. Abraham
J. Hcschel
LOGL'E TO SANCTIFY TIME
k their consciousness of God into a visible
Hat- Him with a phenomenon in nature,
space. In the Ten Commandments, the
fcniverse identifies Himself by an event in
event in time, the liberation, of the people
id proclaims: "Thou shalt not make unto
image or any likeness of anything that
t>ve, or that is in the earth, or that is in
\r the earth."
Wtant cult-center of Egypt asserted its
dogma that it was the site of creation." In
ok of Genesis speaks of the days rather
te of creation. In the myths there is no
lie time of creation, whereas the Bible
creation of space in time.
l's greatest challenge. We all take part in
irough its realm which never comes to an
lable to gain a foothold in it. Its reality is
i.> Abraham Haaohel. Publuhad by Planar,
Inc., Niw fork, In cooperation with the Unit-
fel Amarta Raproduead by American Jewish
Id feature Bervlce t the American Aaani lallilll
nil Nawapapar* In conjunction with tha National
Mire Bfforl as a public lenriea of the Cnlted
apart and away from
us. Space is exposed
to our will; we may
shape and change the
things in space as we
please. Time, how-
ever, is beyond our
reach, beyond our
power. It is both
near and far. intrinsic
to all experience and
transcending all ex-
perience. It belongs
exclusively to God.
Time is the process
of creation, and things of space are results and things of
space are results of creation. When looking at space we
see the products of creation; when intuiting time we
hear the process of creation. Things of space exhibit a
deceptive independence. They show off a veneer of
limited permanence. Things created conceal the Creator.
It is the dimension of time wherein man meets God,
wherein man becomes aware that every instant is an act
of creation, a Beginning, opening up new roads for ulti-
mate realizations. Time is the presence of God in the
world of space, and it is within time that we are able to
sense the unity of all beginnings.
A world without time would be a world without God,
a world existing in and by itself, without renewal, with-
out a Creator. A world without time would be a world
detached from God, a thing in itself, reality without re-
alization. A world in time is a world going on through
God; realization of an infinite design; not a thing it itself
but a thing for God.
To witness the perpetual marvel of the world's com-
ing into being is to sense the presence of the Giver in the
given, to realize that the source of time is eternity, that
the secret of being is the eternal within time.
We cannot solve the problem of time through the
conquest of space, through either pyramids or frame. We
can only solve the problem of time through sanctifica-
tion of time. To men alone time is elusive; to men with
God time is eternity in disguise.
Creation is the language of God. Time is His song, and
things of space the cosonants in the song. To sanctify
time is to sing the vowels in unison with Him.
This is the task of men; to conquer space and sanctify
time.
We must conquer space in order to sanctify time. AH
week long we are called upon to sanctify life through
employing things of space. On the Sabbath it is given us
to share in the holiness that is in the heart of time. Even
when the soul is seared, even whn no prayer can come
out of our tightened throats, the clean, silent rent of the
Sabbath leads us to a realm of endless peace, or to the
beginning of an awareness of what eternity means. There
are few ideas in the world of thought which contain so
much spiritual power as the idea of the Sabbath. Eons
hence, when of many of our cherished theories only shreds
will remain, that cosmic tapestry will continue to shine
Eternity utters a day.

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Jewish Appeal leaders in the Retail Stores Division swing into action at a workers'
\ the home of Aaron Kravitz (seated, second from left). Chairman Kravitz displays the
^ave placard which will be awarded to all contributors in the Trades Division as
. members check a list of prospects for immediate solicitation. Shown -seated (left to
JHy Young, Artie Kravitz, Meyer Morris, Barney Slifkin and William Weintraub.
|(left to right) are Sam Suchman. Nat Winokur, Louis Suchman, Frank Seiden, Louis
iilius Sperling, Herb Blake, Aaron Kanner. Samuel B. Meyers and George Rosen-
Screen star Paul Luka3 will be guest of honor at a Dessert
Luncheon sponsored by the Women's Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. The initial function of the division is
set for Tuesday, February 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Max Boderman, 6466 North Bay Road. Shown planning the
event are Mrs. Sam Lipton, chairman (seated) and (left to
right) Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Louis
Goldman and Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser.
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/plans for the Testimonial Dinner to be given Rabbi
I Rackovsky, spiritual leader, on Sunday evening,
[22nd. at the Hotel Edward, are (left to right) Hyman
Went of Congregation Beth Tfliah. Isidor Kramer
and Morris Altschul. chairman of the Dinner Com-
Executive members of the Miami Beach Hotel Association have high words of praise for the
Israel Exposition, 1604 Washington Avenue, following their official visit. Shown, left to right,
are Alfred Stone, vice president; Sam Caplan, executive secretary; Samuel A. Rivkind. exec-
utive president; and Benjamin Kline and Joe Rose, vice presidents. Rose is also Greater
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the United States It also admin
isters Everglades National Park.
national monuments and shrines
and Indian affairs
The question of proposed state-
hood for Alaska and Hawaii, as
well as the Tidelands issue, erupt-
ed last week duo to President Tru- ,N
mans decision to turn the coastal \
oil areas over to the Navy, are all
before this committee J /:,.'
Senator Smathers will also func- -
tion on the Commerce Committee :
which concerns itself with trans-
portation, communications and oth-
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leading members of Greater Mi-
ami's hotel industry arc poised to
i launch a record breaking drive to
enlist total participation in the
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Hotel Division Chairman Sam
Ltchman. at a workers meeting
Thursday afternoon, announced
that nearly 90 per cent of the
pledge cards in his division have
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action as of last Sunday.
Joe Gardner. Abe Kurman and
Jack Muravchick. Hotel Unit co-
chairmen, reported receiving the
names of more than 40 hotel op- j
erators and owners as volunteer.
workers.
Harry Koretzky. veteran cam-
paigner in the Hotel Division, was!
honored at the workers' meeting
Thursday for bis 13 consecutive '
years of association with the Great-
er Mumi Jewish Federation and
for his unique achievement in the
field of community welfare work.
Hotel men present at the meet-'
in*; included Joseph Rose. Jack
Fishman, Joseph Dallett. Bernard.
Wmdt. Paul Grossinger. Ralph i
I-achman. Douglas Raff and Sam
Kaplan, executive secretary f the
Miami Beach Hotel Association
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how is mother m a 'eriei 4 teHU in modem conversational Hebrew which will
tjcly by The Jewuh Flor.d.an. The complete aerie, constitutes a course aimed at
bdamentals of the language as it ,s now spoken in Israel and is based on a text-
tde Easy by Miss Shoshana Spec tor, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
I and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over
IBM on Sundays at 2 p.m. Entitled, Ut Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
WBpector and is a feature of Jacob Schachters Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian
fc visual aid necessary to participate in,the course.
ZOHORAY-1M
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is very hot To-dah, 'aval ham me'od
Ve-gam-'a-ni ra'cv
'Ei-foh ham-mis'a-dah?
Fred Jonas To Speak
Fred Jonas, acting president of
the Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District, will be guest speaker at
the Zionist Luncheon Club Meet-
ing on Wednesday, January 28th,
12:15 p.m., at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel.
His topic will be Partners With
Zlon.
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Tri Beta Council recently held
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Named to posts were Saundra
Prince, president; Merle Jacobs,
vice president; Susan Lapoff, sec-
retary; Loretta Bernstein, treasur-
er; Jan Lippitz, sergeant-at-arms;
Sandra Cohen, chaplain; Frbma
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cane, corresponding secretary.
New officers were installed dur-
ing a dinner at the home of out-,
going President Loretta Bernstein. I
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leadership of Mrs. Rita Fogel.
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One-Man Show Of Paintings By Charles j Y,vrai Jacobson Is Previewed Sunday Evening
A one-man show of 14 new paint o( ,he Eighth Annual
hi. non^hliu-livo ,-irti-t .-
ings by non-objective arti>t.
SO on ex-
Southeastern Art Exhibition to
Monday."January bang with top paintings
Charles R. Jacobson wi
hibit starting Monday, januarj riant, wnu iy v.......-
2Gth through 31st. at the new gal-jsouthern states at the High Mu
Iery of the Northwest Furniture1^ ta Maata< Georj
Company. 77 NW 36th Street. ^ ^ ^ m]y .,,,...
A preview party will open the ,u,(i from the South 1
showing on Sunday. January 25th. .-,,
area b) the mu.-cum
Hi- Composition No 210, I pure
abstraction, was on exhil
weeks ago at the L'niversit) i I M
ami's Lowe Gallerj and h..-
acquired by Brandeis l'niversit)
for their permanent art coll* I
Jacobson studied with the promi-
nent Chicago cubist Rudolph Wei
unborn and completed studii
commercial design .>t the I h
Academy of Fine Art- He has de-
grees in Liberal Arts from the
University of Illinois and North
western Universit) He spent sev-
eral years travelling and pail
in the British W'esl Indies and
Cuba and ha- exhibited widely m
tin- country
Jacobson's abstractions, which
he calls dynamic rhythm de-
are owned local!} b> four
teen M
The public is invited to tl
hibitii
Fred Malakoff Cited
In Herald Contest
;h, Mu-nj
Herald Isftl stwen,tl\n
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ami Beach Huh Sch
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Mrs Milton I
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Organize Young
Presidents' Group

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New Officers
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Pythias ,.,,, Ho
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mittee i- headed by Simon K Rul>-
y, rs of the Young Presi
lion met al the
Mount B Manor Monda) to
the first : i hapter of
the m tcietj and to ii
urate a service to assist northern
members wishing to locate indua
trial plant- he n
Bernard B Shinderman 35, prea
ideal of the Shinderman Manage
menl Companj i- organizing chair
man of the new chapter VPO now
number- 468 men and two women
presidents, all of whom became top
::.: rossing ,
., minimum ol si 000.000 year
in sales
The Florida chapter will meet
monthIj al the M pal Manor
operated bj Shinderman who with
In- brother, Sidney, pyramided
investment in six years to
a companj managing six hotels
and several country clubs, and
grossing $2,000,000 annually
ler; Outer Guard. Mark Surdut:
treasurer. Arthur Rosen secretar-
ies. Joe Schwartz and Murray
' i per. Ma-ter of Works, Roy
Chaykin.
in. with Charles H. Alcock a
cnairman other member. re P
J Davis. Charles K Quackenbush
and Abe H. Mazor
Korth Dad- JewUk CemUr Plans lit
Wiener Roast
A W ndoi I'.irk
has
Zionist District lurday.
4th A Mot Kill be
in front ol thi
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To liYsir IO|orl
'l he Louise Chapter of the Amir
li a ish i ongres w ill meet on
lay lanuary 26th l p m at
the I h ti
A report on the 'ommission on
S
V Can i Party will follow on
al the home
of Mr- Donald Murra) 5768 11
JFlamingo Court
MvvtM Monday
Flamingo Court No 12 Order
Of the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday, Januarj 2tith. k p.m., at
429 Lenox Avenue Royal Matron
Mr- Nat Scrota will preside
Tomorrow al 12 30 p m Fla
jningo Circle will have its Donor
Luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
Shown above are committee members fa, ]
scheduled by the Southeastern Region WobbJ
the Alqiers Hotel. Left to right are the MeadajJ
president; Jack Falk, Miami Beach Wi.w?i
man; Frank Ro3e. Beth David Synaqoque TojJ
man; and Harry Gordon, general chairmen).
fogues of ArnerkaJ
Mr- Frank Rost.;
Terrace.
Mn B B Wolfcj
the Southeastern kg"
that the brunchwiL
Torah Fund evnt|l
of the country
guest -peakf r M i^
"The Torah Fuafi
training of Rahk*]
lay leaden at thj
cal Seminar) m \^|
the president up
to Mr- Wolfe,dM
maintain the
wide interfanh
we-t coast brand i
of Judaism
I vtrthfel
of Amrmf
id Ju|
David |
Zamor.i Jcui-h fij
Apartmenij
Urges Cl
Present Ti
The Miami Brack/
social ion will
Dade County
tion. which mtetij
Bouse in Febl
Dade Count)'
Okeil. Floyd and la;
ator (iautier to
change- in the la*i
Legislature ronvcsM
it wa- announce'"
Sterner cxccutnn
at ion
"The present sakil
quires all tenants ij
on the first sn
rental, said Sun*)
Women's League
Sets Bruncheon
Mr- Ham Gordon and Mrs.
Jack Falk. of Miami, will be co-
chairmen of a bruncheon to be
held at the Algiers Hotel on March
5th, 11 30 a in
Announcement of the appoint-
ment- camp at a meeting last week
of repn -entatives of the four local
affiliated groups of the National
Women's league. I'nitcd Syna-
laiihles Sisi"r*
.>lf Mondav
s tl I hood Of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will meet on Mon-
lanuar} 26th, 1 30 p.m.. at the
r
Speaker for the afternoon will
ix Gertrude Baskiue, world tra\
eler who will discuss women in
foreign lands
\ I him -i luncheon and Card
Partj will be sponsored by the Sis-
terhood on Wednesday.
^ rlil <-roii|
iififi Ford l.rjuii
NEM YORK Frank L Weil,
prekidenl "f th<' World Federation
i ^ MHA"- and Jewish Community
Centers andahonorars president of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board the World Federation's
American member agency, has an-
""" ant of S1S.000 from
The-Ford Foundation to the World
Federal inn
The granl la to enable five lead-
er- in \y.\l\ work in France. Bel-
mum. Scandinavia. Italy and North
Africa to come to the t'nited States ; confident that we<
for one >ear of intensive training I Legislative DeleM-.
in Jewish Community Center and nent residence olotj
VMHA work 'not be required tr
Plans have been completed for
the new North Dade Jewish (enter
which will be erected on Dixie
Highway and NF. 136th Street at
on-estimated co-t of $75,000
Construction is expected t<
1 nderway in February with plans
ing for a Synagogue. Hebrew-
School, social and recreational
- an administration building
and guidance office
The new building will be de-
signed around a spacious, tropical
I patio, separating the classrooms
: T w u ^'V20^' Entrance to
the Hall of Worship is through a
; large public foyer
<>_ f the outstanding features
Of the tenter will be its modern
room wing designed to take
^vantage of natural light Storage
space for supplies, wort
library facilities are also Jrovided
' Adequate flexibilitj in lay,..
well as structure allow for the
future addition ,lf a ,.,,, ^J
ra-Madvrn Haildina Pmr Sunaaoquv. Hvliaio**
Following conference- with the
Building Committee. Rabbi Ham
Ettinger. spiritual leader, said that
"he fabulous growth of the North
Dade Jewish -enter ,he ,,.,
""years, from a group of eight
am,heS to a congregation w.r
150 member famUies has made the
Proposed buildii essitj The
'wreased activitiei ol the Menl
Ih. the S-,erh.....I ,ll( ,.,-, am|
,' >llU'h Bfoup rei
Istmg faeiliUes Inadequate i he
result of a comprehensive study is I
a contemporary center designed
tor our tropical climate and inti-
mate in scale."
Serving on the Building Com-
mittee of the Center are Rabbi H.
Ettinger; Murray Apfelbaum. pres-
ident, and Leonard H Classer. Mi-
ami Beach architect.
Officers of the Center are Mur-
ray Apfelbaum, president; Ben Mil
ler Bernard Catz and David Green,
vice presidents; Mrs Ida Good-
man. correspondBfi
Esther Kaufman I
tary: ^T" fx*^'.
cording secretary.au1
stem, treasurer
On the Board '
Max c.reenberg. B*^
Goodman. Fred BI
bow. Joseph Ro
dolph. Louis Meyw
Dr Abraham Pal
F'rieda Klein. I
Frieda Blank
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Architect's view of the
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23. 1953
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Hts most recent social functions made possible
of a motion picture projector by the Young
the Miami Beach Jewish Center to the Center
)1. Bob Stone (riqht) social chairman, and
ion, publicity chairman, present Saul Rabin
il director ol the Religious School, with the
;h Rabbi Kaplan Scholarship
[was made last Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish
loses Mescheloff.
(Rabbinical Asso-
Miami, and Rab-
sccretary. that
kion by 15 Rabbis
(thi- establishment
Student Scholar-
le 78th Birthday
Cuplan, honorary
Association, Rab-
smplc Israel and
Association of
i>e known as the
Kaplan Scholar-
worthy student
eil study in any
camp leading to
in communal
jini. The scholar
crvised by the
Education, headed by Louis Sch-
wartzman, director. It will be pre-
sented each year on Dr. "Kaplan's
birthday, December 24th. and to
be used the following school year.
Dr. Kaplan, known as the Dean
of Florida Rabbis, has been an
outstanding religious leader in
Florida for the past 25 years. He
has headed Rabbinical Associations
comprised of Orthodox. Conserva-
tive. Reform and Liberal Rabbis.
He is the author at, sparks From A
Mental Anvil, numerous manu-
scripts of sermons, essays, Bible
text interpretations and philoso-
phic articles.
His book, Prophets In The He-
brew Bible, was published in 1907.
Jewish Women's
Confab At Saxony
Thursday Morning I
I Conference of Jewish Women's!
, Organizations of Dade and Brow-1
| ard Counties met yesterday at the ,
Saxony Hotel.
Theme of the meeting was'
I The Role Of The Jewish Woman I
In The Community. It featured I
a panel discussion by Mrs. Statue]
C. Myers, president of the Jewish
I Social Service Bureau of Greater
j Miami; Mrs. Clarence Conn, presi-1
I dent of the Dade County Council I
of the PTA; and Mrs. Irwin Wein-'
stein, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah.
The discussion dealt with the
Jewish woman in the home and in
Jewish and non-Jewish organiza-
tions.
Mrs, Irving Lehrman. president
of the Conference, invited
presidents of all faiths to be guests
at the affair. In charge for mem-
bers of the Conference were Mrs.
Irving Frankel and Mrs. Harold
Rand.
Non-members reservations were
listed by Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
The program was presented
by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, with the
morning session closing at noon.
Closing the afternoon was a fash
ion show portraying what the best-
dressed clubwoman should wear.
Members of the Conference acted
as models.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg was
ohairman of hostesses. Jan Barth.
nationally known singer, was guest
artist.
Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan Peerce will appear with the
University ol Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton
of John Bitter on Sunday and Monday evenings, January 25th
and 26th, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums.
Mr. Peerce will be heard in arias from Mozart's Don Giovanni;
Elijah, by Mendelssohn; La Traviata, by Verdi; and Puccini's
La Tosca. The orchestra is scheduled to perform Haydn's Sym-
phony No. 88 in G major; The Fountains of Rome by Res.
pighi; and the Andante Cantabile from the Strina Quartet in
G major by Arnold Volpe. The latter work will be performed
in memory of the late Dr. Bowman F. Ashe.

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Monument Unveiled
The unveiling of a monument in
memory of Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz
will take place at Mount Sinai
Cemetery on Sunday, January 24th,
2 p.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association, will conduct the
service with the assistance of mem-
bers of the Association. Cantor
Aaron Weingarten, of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, will chant the
memorial prayer.
Rabbi Horowitz, descendant of
Rabbis and scholars of the pre-
vious generation in Israel, was a
frequent visitor here. He is sur-
vived by two sons and one daugh-
ter.
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la] evening services at
I ji m with Rabbi Joseph Narot
1 lUCtl speaker will be
Dr Abraham ("ronbach. of Cincm
His riimn h scheduled as
I I riastin*.

MIAMI HESRfc* SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
aervtai at 5 15 p.m. Late
M are at 8 15 pm. when
Rabbi Simon April will discuss:
How Tan Our Lives Be Improved
Saturdaj morning services are at
an. when the Bar Mitzvah of
Robert Soroakjr will take place
Musical portion of the liturgy will
he rendered by Cantor Berele Kel-
emer A class in Mishna is ached
uled for 4:30 p.m. Mtncha and
ShaJoa Seudos will follow.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER anU hold Friday evening serv
at 8 15 pm, with Rabbi Mor
ris akop officiating and discussing.
The Feeling Of Inadequacy Con-
gregational singing will be led by!
Cantor Irving Robinson and the1
Center Choir under the direction
of Leon Schiff Saturday morning i
services are z\ 9:30 am
a a
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Krida;. evening
wrvieaa at 5 30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m..
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
the Weekly Portion. At
4pm. the Rabbi will preach on
the topic: Israel And Its Oppres
Mincha is at 4:30 pm., fol-
I b> Shalos Seudos and Maar-
i\ Dail) Mnrieaa are at 7:30 a.m.
a.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will h- I Friday e\ening sen-1
PJBL Rabbi Irving
"(fuiate and diacuat:
I G "I icurage.
bower Saturdaj morning
cei .ir. at 9 am. when the

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JARY 23, 1953
-Jewish HcrMton
[ice
;rt of the
lAL CIRCUIT OP
ID FOR OAOE
TeRV. No 154045
twos a.
rialntlff
I.M< i.NS.
Defendant
IBLICATION
MM .Ml >NS
Western Area
P.O. L'-'T. r/o Post-
Torl.. N'.V.
lY REQUIRED to
Answer or other
"ni Complaint for
It you herein, on
, THEODORE
|n. ..In It., i.l II'
Florida, and file
[with tne Clerk of
| or before the first
otherwise the ai*
in trill b taken
flay i f January.
KA TllKRMA\',
the Circuit Court
^H KICK. JR..
I i.-pulv Clerk
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
COURT OF,THE
JIAL CIRCUIT IN
COUNTY. FLOR
Y. No. 156059
KK. Plaintiff
Defend.in'
JBLICATION
JER, r.l Bradford
ilng. I.l. NY.
r.-.julred to serve
r to Hi. BUI of
e upon llalntlffs
our original Aus-
tin- Clerk of the
before the 2.>th day
otherwise the Hill
ilvorce heretofote
will be fatten an
li. Florida. this 20th
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 15b973
GLADTfl OORMAN, Plaintiff,
v.
LBWIH OORMAN. Defetidant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: LEWIS OORMAN
Mlti Grand Concourse
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified Hint .. Bill
of Complaint for Divorce hat been
ill.-.I against you and rou are herein
require i ......rvi a cop) of your Ans-
wer to the mil of <-on.idai.it on
I'laintlff s attorne) and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of tiie circuit Court ..ti or before the
ii.ti. .1 i) of l ebruary, IJSJ; othei a lei
the allegations of aald inn ,.f Com-
plaint will b( taken as ,,n(,.,.,|
against you
Dated thli 14th da.) ol Januari I9K1
E n LEATHERMAN,
i lark of Circuit Court
,.. By R. H RICK, JR
(eeal) Deputy cierk
iIE'ilMPE 1. TALIANOFF. RHQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, r.orida
!/--*> 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
^_ NAMt CAW
NOTICE IS HEKKItY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
J. SYDNKY \voi.FF ASS. .CIATES.
at 163 North Shore Drive, Miami
Beach. Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude Countv, Florida.
JOSEPH S WOI.FF
ANN WOLFF
HERMAN GRAYS) iN
Attorney for Joseph Wolff
nnd Ann Wolff
1/18-23-30 2/
II Kit.MAN. Clerk,
i Circuit Cou. t
r. stock rno.
leputy Clerk
of
no-11 Olympla
COURT OF THE
ICIAL CIRCUIT IN
COUNTY. FLOR-
tRY. No 1b60a7
Plaintiff,
Defendant,
publication
|.M''K, 1M4 Mil-
lirookl)... N ^
;. -quire i t>< aerve
Iswer t" the Bill of
oiw on Plaint I'
the original Ana-
( the Clerk of the
. before 11, >- 20th
Hit otherwise,
it for 1 >;%..:-. here-
i .11 be taken as
.a. uiiK roth
I' 1151.
I.EATHERMAN.
i>i the Circuit Court
Dunty, l .... Ida
;.m w htockinO.
Deputy Clerk
..i
xs. HO'ifcOlympla
I' l.s Ida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKI'.KHY OIVBN tliat
the iimiIwi -isiii'il, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PALM OARDENS. at T>2-70 Mend.an
Avenue. Miami Reach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dtide County,
Florida.
JA'K I.K.VXII'K
ANN LENNICK
A. mini CUTLER
Attorney for Palm Hardens
l _:: :i > 1/6-11
LEGAL NOTICE
'/I JJi,$mC0,T COURT OF THE
Vi.ErNT^i,JUOIC,AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
.. No- 155532
IN RE: ADOPTION OF '
JILL MARILYN ORISWOI.D
a Minor Child
_ NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: JAMES GHISWOLD
v. .."'." "' Besldence unknown
YOI ARE HEREBY commanded to
!,e a,,d "I.....ar In the above styled
I on the 2nd day of February,
to show .m.,. why the Petition
li3.
Of Joseph Krupn and Shirley Krupa
to adopt Jill Marilyn Orlswold should
not be granted by this Curt.
Dated. December 31st. I:.;,.'
E. I! LEATHERMAN;
i lerk of the Circuit Court
,_. Dacle County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal,
Uy: M. c. OREBN,
1/2-9-16-23 1Je|,U,y ''k"k
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
u NAME LAW
..NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
if r**W!flE ,ne f''''< name of
BILL MILLER'S RIVIERA, at 17i0
West Avenue. Miami Beach. Dane
t.punty, l-iorlda. intends to register
said name with th.- clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
B. M R. CORP.,
BURNETT ROTHnr'"a ?#"
Attorney Tor II. M. R. CORP.,
a Florida corporation
412 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
1/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLICATION
COURT OF THE
tCIAL CIRCUIT. IN
COUNTY. FLOR
LRY. No. 15599*
. Plaintiff
I defendant.
DIVORCE
r/.NEK. 74 Black-
Angeles, California,
led that a Bill of
< has been fiie.i
*u nre required t>>
|ui Auswi : or I Mead-
If Complaint on the
II.VRiiLD SIIA-
K. a,i. Miami Beach,
[the original Answer
i.fflee of tile Clerk
iirt on or before the
nary, I9:,3. If you
lent by default will
U for the relief
Dun of r imnlalnt,
BDERED at Mliml.
. of January, 1153.
LEATHRRU \N.
I Circuit Court.
pounty, no.iita
I H. RICK, JR.
It Deput) Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the underahjned, dealrlnc to eninie In
business under the flctUloua name of
THE RANCHER MOTEL, at 1780 N
i: l.'i.th Street, North Miami. Fla .
Intends to recieler said name with the
cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHAR illl'.l. Corp.
B) HERMAN LAWNER,
Ti eai ii .i
ALBERT L ROSEN
Attorney for I'hai-Thel Corp.
74" 71al bt.
M in ilea. n. Kla.
1 10-ill-l!.. I |
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
thi ni deralaned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
I ASHloNS OF MIAMI, at ISM N.W.
2nd Avenue. Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
,'ircull Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
MIAMI FASHIONS. INC.
BERICK, SHAPIRO *. PRIED
Attorneyg for ApplU-ant
12" Lincoln Roi.l
1/16-23-SO 1/1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51094
i J'il,'.e. '? ,h,ereby given thaf BEN
BoSKIN, holder as assignee of City
of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Num-
bered 132, dated the 5th day of June.
A.D. 1950, has filed said Certificate In
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue thereon In ac-
cordance with law. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property, situated In Dade County.
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 13. Block 149. Twelfth Addi-
tion to Hlaleah. Plat Book S. I'age
127. In the City of Hlaleah, County
of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of I'nknown. rules
Certificate shall be redeemed arcord-
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for oaoe
county. n chancery.
No 155104
FRANCES LILLIAN DEWEY
Plaintiff
vs.
WILLIAM E. DEWEY, KR.
HFD 4
Altmar, New York, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM E. DEWEY, SR
lou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN K
KE8SLER. I S.W 21nn Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answ.r or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Pith day of February, IfU.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault wu.1 be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Kill of Com-
pUriat
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weess
In THE JEWISH M.OHIDIAN.
DONK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of Januar>. A.!>.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
____ By WM. W. STOCKING
1/18-23-30 2/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BKENA VISTA LAINDKH-1T AND
DRY CLEANING, at 3002 N. W 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
GOLDIE CRKER and
EVA KAPLAN, sole owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owners
1,23-3 1 2/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 156884
JOtttra GALLAGHER, Plaintiff.
vs.
EVELYN GALLAGHER, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: EVELYN GALLAGHER
c/o Nettle Ritenour
365 East Liberty Street
I'harles Town, West Virginia
rOU, EVELYN GALLAGHER, ire
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
re required gainst you. and you are required ii
s,iv.- a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. ROBERT J.
lewis.-N, 7^ Beybold Building, M
ami It, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the offl e of
the clerk of the clrenit Court Of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for
Dade County, Florida, on or before
the 18th day of February, lull! if
you fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plajnt.
This notice shall he published or.re
each week f<>: four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Kl.oKIDIAN.
Do.NK AND ORDERED in Cham-
.t Miami, Dade Countv. Florida,
this 16th day of January. 1953.
E. Ii LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM. W BTOOKINO.
Deputy Clerk
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155902
SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOCK.
Plaintiff
vs.
MILToN THEODORE BoCK,
fendant.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LOURUTH aits., at 111-111 s. W.
18th Avenue, Miami. Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I.oriS AND RUTH PITEI.M '
STEPHEN F KESSI.ER
Attorney for applicants
4 S W 22nd Avenue
1/9-16-23-3.)
i >eputy Clerk
12/26 1/2-H-16-2.'!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
BENDIX LAUNDRY, at ISO N.W
Eighth Avenue. Miami. Dade Countv,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida
ANTON MIKOLICII .Sole Owner)
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
42u Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, 1 la.
1/16-23-SO 2/6
PUBLICATION
COURT OF THE
IICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[AND FOR DADE
/NCERY. No. 156052
IT
|R DIVORCE
I'IRT. 309 Berkley
Ifield. N.J.
ilrt. are hereby noti-
f Complaint for di-
d against yog, and
to serve a OOP) ol
Pleading to the Bill
the plaintiff's At-
GAR8, I S W 22nd
i an I HI- the original
Ing ill the office of
[Ci.ci.it coiiri on or
of February, ISM
Judgiii. t by .V-
igalnai you for the
the Bill of C .in
U'ERRTJ Miami,
laj of .!a".
i.eathkkman,
fVin uit Court.
Tounu i .,,,,, |
W BTOCKINd
Deput) Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
STONES LAUNDERETTE, at 3073
S W. 37th Ave.. Miami, intend to reg-
latel said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
EDITH II STONE
ROBERT W. STONE
STEPHEN F. KESSLKR
Attorney for Applicants
I B W Bnd Ave
I, 11-11-10 2 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde. signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SHELL MFC. CO.. at 2724
N.W. Ind Avenue. Miami. Intends to
register sni.l name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Itide County,
Florida.
MILKNE, INC.
Bv MILTON FILLER, President
STEPHEN F. KESSLKR
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W 22nd Avenue
1/16-23-SO 1/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Intend
to register rnld name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALLEN R DENN
BERN A It 11 TP.ACH TENHERO
I.AWRKNCE COLLARD
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
K-A DISTRIBUTORS, SUN CITY
VINTNERS, KNOX DISTRIBUTORS,
TOWN VINTNERS. EDISON DiS-
TRIBI'TORS. COLONY WINE Co
OF FLA. and BEST VINTNERS, at
690 N.W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
NATIONAL WINES, INC.
By SAM I El. CLANK. Pres.
MYERS. HEI.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
1/1-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NEW SINGAPORE LOUNGE, at 221
23rd Street. Miami Beach. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SEYMOUR Corp.
By ALFRED MASARONE,
Prealdant
SEYMOUR II. LIKBMAN. Att'y.
60.", Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/9-16-23-30
"lginal answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on, or before the pith da) ot
February, A.D, I9.13; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein. Will be taken as
c .nfeeeed by you.
i>aie,i at Miami, Florida, this the
14th day of Januarv. 1953
E II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
I hide County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bt WM w STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
Nam., and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTon A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Se.vl.old Bldg.
Miami, Florida
l ll-U-SO I I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155495
THE1.MA GAITOR FREEMAN.
Plaintiff,
Vs
WALTER FREEMAN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WALTER FREEMAN
17IKH- North Third Street
Kansas City, Kan-.is
You, WALTER FREEMAN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 29365-B
In Re: ESTATE I ('
SOPIE DIENER also known a*
Sofia Dlener, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing 1'ia mis or Demands Against
Said Estate
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which, you. or
cither of you, may have again-- *
estate of SOFIE DIENER. de eased
late of Miami, llade inty, l
to th- II.hi County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sac- In their
office In the County Courthouse m
Dad. i'-ciits'. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, said
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of tii, laimani aad to be
to and presented as aforesaid, or ia ne
.11 I- bat I Section 11 :
the I'-: Pi .bate A I
i mi. Jan lai Sth, A.D i 5 I
- ABRAHAM DIENER
Aa I- v. Itor of the Las' \\
and Testament of
Si H-'IE Id EN Eft. I.....eased
MYERS. HEI.MAN A.- KAPLAN
r.i Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla
Attorneys for Executor
i 't-it-n-io
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155462
LOUIS DRUCKER, Plaintiff
CHARLOTTE DRUCKER,
l>, fat I mt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLOTTE DRUCKER
111 Kast 169th Street
Bronx "-'. New York.
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for l>
In- I .en filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
of Complaint
sei\e a C0p7 of vour Answer or Plead- I your Answer to the Bill
lug to the Bill of Complaint on the on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day ol February. 197.3. otherwise
Decree Pro cmfesso will be entered
ERLAFWTIT'OU8
USBY GIVEN that
siring t,, engage in
fictitious name of
^8,, "* N.W.
I Florida, Intends
?me with the Clerk
tt of I.,,|, County,
INO-oiote Owner)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the un.I.i sign.-.I. desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fJcUtlou* name f
SHOWER SHIELD CO., at 3211 8. W
27th Ave Miami. Fla Intends t.> reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk ol
I Court of Dude County.
i
PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner
______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
JRRI'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY,
at 317 Urd St. Miami Beach. Fla..
Intend to register saul name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fu.rnl.i _____
MOLLIK GOLDSMITH
BETTY H ASCII.
HENRY NISSENBAIM
Attorney for Applicants
n>41 S.-ybold Building
1/1-11-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155479
ANNA ELIZABETH DUNN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VINCENT JOHN DUNN,
I >efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VINCENT JOHN DUNN
a.I Remsen Avenue
N.-w Brunswick, New Jersey
You. VINCENT JOHN DUNN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce his been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy Of your Answer jr J*le ol
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH GOLD-
EN. Ill Beybold Bldg-, Miami, Ftor-
Ida. and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Cl.-rk
of the Circuit Court on or I..-tori- the
loth day of Januai i IM I If ) ou fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against v ou fxr the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint,
This notlc,. shall be published one-
each areek for four consecutive weeki
in TIIE JEWISH FIR1DI \ N
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of I......mber,
A H 1952.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal!
By M. C GREEN.
Denvty Clerk
JOSEPH GOLDEN
23 Sevbold Bldg..
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1,1/1-l-lt-!}
plaintiff's Attorney*. CHKRTKOF
AND KAI.ISH. 607-11 olympla Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Cb-rk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 30th day of January,
I9J3. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of December,
A.D. 197.2.
LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court.
Had. County, FV.rlda
Clerk,
(Circuit
Court Seal)
By M C
GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
CHKRTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys For Plaintiff
r.i'7-11 tHympIa Bldg.
Miami. Florida
I 2-9-16-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business.under the fictitious name of
HILL MILLERS MIAMI BEACH
RIVIERA, at I7..a Weal Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. Dade County, Florida, in-
tends to i.-gister said n.ini. with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court : bade
County, Florida.
i: M R CORP
a Florida col poral Ion
BURNETT ROTH
Itto > for B M P. i'. iRP.
a 1 i i irporstlon
II .lling
Miami. I'.orida
1/1-16-3
against you.
This notice shall be published 01 -
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
day of December. 1952.
K. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM. W STOCKING.
I .oputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
KOI Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
1/2-1-1S-23
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