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The Jewish Floridian ( January 30, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS PrCSS 111 Attack Smothers Sees Return %  Predicts That Israel Will Seftr Relations With Moscow iht, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ontinued its press and radio attacks on the Jews and the State of Israel last week with unbridled ferocity, s in London forecast the severance of diplomatic rellsrael and the Soviet Union. |ed the break would be initiated by Moscow's following pil of the nine doctors accused in a "Jewish plot" to eaders of the Sov— vakia and Poland. Both these Communist regimes had declared Israel's envoy, Dr. Arieh Kubovi, persona non grata. Mr. Sharett said, however, that for the time being, Israel will not nominate a successor to Dr. Kubovi in the dual post. A JTA dispatch from Tel Aviv last week reported another move by the Polish authorities to destroy all contacts between Jews in Poland and their coreligionists abroad. The Polish Legation informed a local attorney seeking information about the family of a client that it would no longer give information to Israelis about Jews living in Poland. Kremlin, these would use the the doctors as hostile intent of and therefore as Ihe break, rk Herald Tribune London that in atpaeli leaders, "the [evidently seek to into breaking relaspare them from jlative." It pointed event Russia sucking a break with en for granted the ean satellites will dispatch noted, the hopes of the |.i" id Jews who want Communist counith Satellites regardless of the Duld not take the ever diplomatic reSoviet Empire was Jerusalem^where evIs the need to mainIs, the tenuous links (rapped behind the •represented by the ins and consulates [inference broadcast el Radio, Foreign Sharett affirmed Government did breaking off dip with CzechosloHungriin Aid Program The American Joint Distribution Committee announced that "in the light of present developments in Hungary," it was no longer possible for the agency to operate there, and its relief activities in that country were being terminated forthwith. "The JDC in its work of relief and rehabilitation of Jewish victims of war and persecution has scrupulously refrained from political activities and has never deviated from its principle of exclusive adherence to its humanitarian role," Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC chairman declared. "In the program of aid in Hungary, carried on in behalf of the aged and the sick, of widows and children •ge Arabs With istile Border Policy (JTA) — The Arab [Israel's borders, es%  n. have adopted a toward Israel and rded the armistice tiich they have signColonel Haim Gaenior delegate to the Armistice Commishere last week, pit the "tightening anboth in the Mixed nmission.s and along had become evident meeting in Amman ei of the Arab deleUnited Nations •mistice bodies. The Dnference marked a Hi for the worse, Colelared. As another inhe Arab attitude, he I that the Arabs have ng dismissal of GenE. Reilly, American true set-up, who said, "wants peace." 'of the worsening sit[*the Jordan frontier, revealed that three Diving Arab Legion ken place in two f weeks. In addition, Jordan had refused to release Israeli soldiers who accidentally crossed the border, although Israel and Jordan have an agreement providing for the early exchange of such troops. As a result, Colonel Gaon declared, Israel has denounced agreements with Jordan which supplement the armistice pact. The Israeli representative also took exception to the activities of Colonel Bennett D. Ridder, one of General Riley's assistants, asserting that the officers "inefficiency was not helping to improve relations" between Israel and Jordan. Colonel Ridder is currently chairman of the Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice" Commission. The Israel Government this week distributed a year's supplementary food supplies to a Bedouin tribe living near the Syrian border. The food was supplied by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency to some 370 Bedouins in the village of Bakara, which is located in the demilitarized sone of Israel adjoining Syria. Supplementary rations had been distributed monthly in the past, but UNRWA recently recided to change the system. since the end of World War II, the JDC has remained faithful to these principles. "In the light of present developments in Hungary, it is no longer possible for the JDC to continue to operate and it is therefore ceasing its relief activities in that country as of this date. However, the JDC as the representative agency of American Jews, will continue to manifest its deep concern on behalf of Hungarian Jewry as well as on behalf of other Jewish victims wherever they may be." The Jewish Agency announced in Paris that it was ready to pay "the total cost" of emigration to Israel of all Jews who can escape from behind the Iron Curtain. The London Daily Telegraph reported from Vienna that the RuContinued on Pag* 4 A ***** Einstein, Urey Hit New Bias NEW YORK (JTA) — Professor Albert Einstein and Dr. Harold C. Urey, the atomic scientist, condemned the Soviet drive against Jews in statements to the New Leader, a weekly publication in New York which has been fighting Communism for many years. Professor Einstein said: "It gees without saying that the pervasion which manifests itself in all the official trials staged by the Russian Government, not only that in Prague, but also the earlier ones since the second half of the thirties, deserves unconditional condemnation. The most appropriate step would be, in my opinion, a kind of corporate condemnation from the side of recognized authorities in the field of science and scholarship. The advantage of such action would be that it would be obviously independent from politics." Dr. Urey declared: "In the 'workers' paradise of the USSR, gross injustices are done intentionally by government officials, directed by men with cast-iron hearts and minds at the very top. No need to read the evidence. There isn't any. But I protest these crimes and I hope others do, even though one expects that the protest will fall on the deafest ears in the whole world." To Rules Of Freedom By UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS Written Exclusively for The Jewish Floridian Now that the Republicans have regained control of the government and the Democrats are the minority party, we may see vanish an uriexplainable anomaly of recent years—an aversion by the socalled Liberals to the rule of freedom of vociferous protest. In the Senate, the tradition of unlimited debate may be preserved to the eternal gratitude of us in the minority—and to those in the minorities—who have been misled by those who would exploit them on the pretense of championing their cause. The effort to apply the "gag rule" on the Senate was the first firecracker exploded in the new Congress and the Senate voted this down 70 to 21 in the conviction our founding fathers were right in establishing rules, customs, and traditions under which this nation has grown great. The rule may be now revealed as a bulwark for that 21 who otherwise could always be silenced by any combination against them. In the past, it has blocked the drafting of railroad workers; it kept off the books the dictatorial "Force Bill" and it has permitted cool heads and calm better judgment to assert itself in many explosive situations. This fight goes far beyond a mere issue of the "Filibuster" or the "Gag Rule". It transcends the question of civil rights and problem relating to race, color, or creed. I am by no means original in asserting that the filibuster is a major, indispensable bulwark for civil rights for minorities and indeed it would be ironic if filibuster were swept away in the name of civil rights. For, the filibuster is a legislative device, honored over the centuries by the protection it has afforded, wh.ch gives strength to a minority when its interests are threatened by a narrow, and perhaps accidental, majority. The filibuster itself cannot block legislation. It can only force the issue to the acid test, and where it has the force of overwhelming public opinion with it, it can avert political tragedy. But of itself, it can only force the majority to garner strength of at least two-thirds, which should always be possible where the welfare of the whole nation is involved and the force of public opinion is with the advocates. We hear often (as we heard in that unfortunate affair which destroyed the Democratic Party's chances at Chicago) that the filibuster is a denial of the American principle of majority rule. Who adopted the principle of rule by simple majorities as fundamentally American? Or, to put it another way, what is an American majority? Is it the two-thirds strength in the Senate required to override a veto of the President—or approve a treaty? Is it the three-fourths vote of states required to ratify a change in the constitution? Is it the two-thirds vote necessary to shut off debate in the Senate and force an issue to a vote, where the will of a simple majority prevails? Or is it always to be the simple 51 per cent advocate by so-called "liberal" block. Shall it be 51 per cent of those present. 51 per cent of those voting, or 51 per cent of those entitled to vote? The answer, of course, is obvious. The founding fathers, recognizing the existence and the danger of the "tyranny of the majority" wrote into the Constitution and the able patriots who have served in the Senate during 163 years, have written into Senate rules a means of defeating hasty, emotional, and possibly oppressive action by a majority. It is part and parcel of what every school child learns as the United States Government's system of "checks and balances". It is the essence of our constitutional system that there should be easier and harder majorities to assemble, depending upon the gravity and the impact of the decision that the majority is being called upon to make. A search of the record reveals that filibusters have not deprived this nation of any beneficial legislation. Wc have come through six major wars, prospered, progressed and grown, but Senate rules remain substantially the same. Let us not, therefore, now change them for the sole purpose of forcing a compulsory F.E.P.C. for the danger in such action far outweighs any temporary claimed advantage. I'm happy the Senate as its first act this year successfully met this challenge to our democratic institutions. A Visitors Committee meets at the Algiers Hotel to map plans for participation of vacationists in the Mid-Winter Conference of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America scheduled for Miami Beach on February 6th through8th. Left to right are Morris Kaufman, Toronto, Canada; Lawrence Lipson, Forest Hills, New York; Harry M. Roren, Jewish Theological Seminary; Abe Malamuth, New York and Atlantic City; David H. Pleet, Philadelphia; Dave Levinson, Algiers Hotel; and Charles H. Fruchtman, chairman of the Conference Dinner.



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*P vr PAGE 2 A *Jeist>n€£idinrL %  FRIDAY, Jewish Home Cites Donors *^ ^^ ii.. in inil i:it 1IIvl Celebrating its second anniversary at Douglas Gardens, the Jewish" Home for the Aged of Greater Miami will hold its 8th Annual Membership Meeting at 150 NE 53rd Street. Miami, on Sunday. February 1st. 2:15 p.m. Abe Kurman. president of the Home. M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the Board, and Mrs. Sol Silverman, president of the Women's Auxiliary, announced that some 1,000 of the more th^n 2.000 Home members will attend. "Our move to Douglas Gardens in 1951. which nearly doubled the capacity of the Home in its old quarters on S\V 12th Avenue." said President Kurman. "would not have been possible except for the leadership of Judge Harold B. Spaet. former president of the Home, and Jacob Sher. who initiated the Sher Plan by which almost S200.000 was raised in 1949. "On Sunday we will pay public tribute to those who fulfilled their pledges of S3.000 or more through the Sher Plan." A bronze plaque will be dedicated at the meeting. Names oi contributors inscribed i are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barsky, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Beckerman. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward L Cowen, Henrv and Anna Diamond. Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Fleeman. Mr. and 'Mrs. Samuel Fricdland. Mr. and j Mrs Moses Ginsberg. Family of Lena Greenberg. Ida Hutzler. Benjamin N. Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koren. Mr and Mrs. Abe Kurman. Marcic Liberman, Mr. and Mrs. Baron do Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mevers. Joseph A. Garfield. Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary. Mr and Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher. Mr. and Mrs. Harts Sirkin, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M did so much recently in initiating and carryins through the plans for t he Jack Ablin Memorial Build ins." The Home is a beneficiary agen cv of the Greater Miami JewisB Federation A master plan for a new Home, of which the memor iial building will be a part, \ • pected to incorporate the joim Ihinlcins ol the Home. Federation and consultant experts on in I problems and needs of the Jewish ^Specialists on aged institutions including 1 S. Loewcnbcrg and Kurt Her/, chairman and secre tarv of t'.IFWFs National Committee on the Aged, met here reclontlv with representatives of the Home and Federation. Kurman said. We want the Jewish community to know that we haw 00 grandiose plans for the Home We have every intention of proceed in very carefully and only In consonance with the real present, and carefully estimated future, institutional needs of our area The Home has made substantial ress during the past year in ting the physical, heath, cultural, recreation, religious and social service need! oi its t'"> dents, according t" Board I M. J. Kope/ow.'fi DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE COLOHbD MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 NE. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer David Phillips W eidber | and Mr. and Mr-. Carl V, iiiikle. In its two years al Douglas Gar dens, according to Kurman. tinHome has outgrown its !>' %  plant. "There is a dire need for adequate facilities for the care ol the lionie's bedridden, wheel-chair and semi-ambulatory residents." he said. "Just as leadership came forward in 1949. through the Sher Plan, so new leadership has come forward to meet the present nee! of the Home. We will also pay public tribute Sunday to David Phillips. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, and Colonel Jack M, Arvev who SHIES HA-SIIlltIM Souji Ol' Songs Concert THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. 8:30 P.M. at MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 17th STREET & WASHINGTON AVENUE f t AT U R I N G My Giortoma Brotherg A NARRATIVE CANTA1A MOM NOVEl BY HOWARD FAST Muiic by Sonny Vole ALSO eY FOPUIAR REQUEST A REPEAT PERFORMANCE OF Boxinke* Mit Mnndlen EXCERPTS FROM GOlDfAD?N S FAMOUS OPERETTAS Arranged by Maurice Rouch PRESENTED By Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus BCN r0*EN, Conductor • Co„,or Jacob Barkin, Tenor ^^ „„„, Margaret Y.men, P ln „,s. Edward C. May, at the Hanmssd Croon NARRATOR MAURICE CARROU Ticket* .. Miami Be.ch Auditorium 4.00 3.00 2.24 1.75 US T„., lncluo d man M J. Kopelowitz. It has been able to meet these needs by means ,',l (he cooperation and assistance 0 f Mount Sinai Hospital. Jewish Social Service Bureau. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Bureau of Jewish Education. Rabbinical \ssonation and the National Council of Jewish Women, he said. presidents and administrative heads ol these organizations have been invited to the annual meeting Carl Weinkle. president of Federation, will be one of the speakers. Nineteen Board members will glso he elected at the annual meeting Recommendations of the Nominating Committee for a three year | term are: Sidney Ansin, R. W. \pt.\ Jacob Chaves. Mrs. Isidore Cohen. Edward L. Cowen. M. J. S. J. I-'reedman <& M. Hepliun HEBREW BOOK 8TORE 417 Washinqton AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St.3. Hebrew Religioui SuppUa* For Synagoguei and Private Uie. Also for Hebrew School*. D'TBC ":•Telephone 5-9017 ORKIN PEST CONTROL RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FLIES "MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH' Call 2-1776 35C -..;. uoad Mezianine Phone S-S419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles Mrs. Molly iihtrmam \ •• Kurman. Barney B Lee, Harrj 1 i \ ne, Mrs Baron d< Hirsch Meyer, Ben Meyers, Jack Phillips, Bon Sherrj Josi h Socolof, (His Trau, : %  % %  J eph %  W( idbei | and Harold Thurman. Two year term recommen for comb I lug go id human rel*S area. Agers In Politics J. Craw er at the Gol i Group of the lire.ter I ish Community Center February 1st, 3 pra. doing research at of Miami on Golden J tics. -! SHELL'S SUPER MARK. WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER ST0RT 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone I The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop| In Edison Center —Open Sundayi i' Jewish Funerals ...of dignified simplit Conducted with a thorough to 10 *' faithful regard for Jewish religious every service in our two complete homes is surrounded by an atmosphere nity and reverence. For manv years, we have served Jewish from every walk of life. We are ol •vary need, watchful of every detail, to that'each funeral shall be a tribute departed, a solace to*he living 9 Free Parking W mm Memorial Chsft TWO CONVENIENT LOCATlff J Miami 1 j 'We k lFlagIerlc20thAve..rl^ 9 ^| Miami Beath .. 1236 Washington Ave. • Pho > v X4-IIOUR AliiULANCE SEV ruwAROT NEWMAN. Funeral Director AM V* IN NEW YXNUt: 7* Straet Md BROOKLYN ONX



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IV, TANUABY 30. 1953 +J**lstifk)r*fter LjdiMenuhin Concert Great Success, ording To Chairman Max Orovitz PAGE 3 A i Yehudi Mcnuhin conceH at Reach Auditorium last niRht Led a spectacular start for the bite of Israel Bond Drive naIv. joint statement released to4ax Orovitz. concert commitlairman; and Julian Venezky, L, an of the board of the Ecan Financial and Develop[corporation. reported that Inspiration provided by the L of Miami will provide a |to local communities from |t coast committee paid particular to efforts of men's and j's organizations in Greater who contributed to the suc| the Israel Bond Sale in conii with the concert. Mr. Orchid one woman Volunteer Isold 40 Israel bonds; another 5, and many sold more than JUs. lis kind of effort on the part Terican Jews can indeed prothe salvation for the the-u[of our fellows who eek to _j a home in Israel. In buyonds we help provide the National Homeland with .1 improvements which crehs The more we can do to faze private capital to invest State of Israel, the sooner I be able to see a homeland ,hi Shapiro To IrpMs Zionists hi Max Shapiro will address Kionist Luncheon Club on t la\ February 4th at 12:15 It the Ritz I'laza Hotel on Beach His topic will be: Ism and the Soviet Union". bi Shapiro is Spiritual LeadCongrenation Beth David, I he has held the pulpit for 1st 20 > cars. He is the foundhe Zionist Council of Greater one of the founders of the Zionist District and has | on the Budget Committee of eater Miami Jewish Federate guest speaker is also a f Historian and taught Helistory at the University of [for a period of five years. featured on the program Charles H. Lee who will | a digest of the week's news eli and Jewish content. Zionist Luncheons are an (Wednesday function of the [Beach Zionist District, headFred Jonas as Acting PresiVI Ossip serves as Chairman pstmaster, assisted by Dan Jack Fishman, Irving nan. Frank A. Gordon, Faye [and Mrs. Ossip. Bonists and their friends are to attend. which is economically self-sufficient." The Israel Bond drive leaders said that funds provided to Israel through charitable contribution cannot be the complete answer to the little nation beset with tremendous problems of growing pains. "It is only in creation of profitable business that the people of Israel can hope to see salvation. With economic prosperity will come happiness for the thousands) of families who yearly seek refuge | on those shores." The Yehudi Menuhin concert! was described by music critics as one of the outstanding musical events in the current season at Miami. Many attended the concert in formal attire following cocktail parties held throughout the community in honor of this social event. The capacity house in the Miami Beach Auditorium gave a tremendous ovation to the great violinist at the conclusion of his concert. Gables B'nai B'rith Women Sponsor Donor Lunch The Coral Gables Chapter of B nai B'rith Women will have their Annual Donor Luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday, February 3rd, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Rae Imber, donor chairman, has Mrs. Arthur Zinner as treasurer and Mrs. Frank Smulson in charge of reservations. Awards to the high donor and free membership will be given. A queen for a day will also be selected. Stoy Is Named Heart Fund Head Charles 0. Stoy, assistant dairy supervisor for the Dade County Health Department, this week was named residential chairman for the 1953 Heart Fund campaign of the Heart Association of Greater Miami. Appointment was made by Paul Walker, director of the countywide appeal which will open Feb. 1. Dade County's appeal will coincide with that of the American Heart Association, being directed nation-wide by Bruce Barton, chairman of the board of Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn, Inc., advertising agency. Walker said Stoy will work with 17 dairies to map a coordinated, effort to reach the estimated 134,000 families that buy milk through dairy deliveries. "Plans are to deliver personalized appeals to milk consumers on Feb. 13 and 14," Stoy explained. 'This will be the fourth year dairy owners and employees nave cooperated with the Heart Fund. It is our hope that we can attain the most complete coverage possible this time and do a job of reaching all Dade Countians that will surpass all previous efforts," Stoy added. Walker said the 1953 goal would be announced soon, and he indicated it would "be considerably higher than last in keeping with the tremendous need for expansion of the program to lessen heart disease." Dade Center Lists Aetivities Gilbert Balkin will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the North Dade Jewish Center, on Wednesday evening, February 4th at 8 p.m. A Monte Carlo Night affair is being sponsored by the Men's Club and the Sisterhood of the Center will be held tomorrow evening, January 31st, at 8 p.m. Dr. William K. Boros is general chairman. Merchants and friends have responded to a call for donations of gifts to be used as prizes. In charge is Frieda Blank, chairman of the Gifts Committee. Proceeds of the affair will be used toward the building of classrooms for the Religious School of the Center. The Sisterhood of the Center will hold a White Elephant and Rummage sale on Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., February 6th and 7th, in front of the Key Shop at Shell's Super Market. Mrs. Harry Schumann is chairman of this project. This February 2 A wt ;$dtbratt:ffc# OF OUR SOUTH SHORE OFFICE •5 Washington Avenue. MIAMI UACH Remembrances for all on oaf bOthdaf. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL Sovinfs ft Lean Aw oc KvH oe OPENS SAT. EVE—Feb. 7 IN PERSON ON STAGE Yoks!Yoks!Yoks! lUMUlTlME Social scientists at the University of Florida show active in. terest in the problem of intolerance and subversive groups in the United States and the state of Florida. The problem is illustrated in the book. The Troublemakers, published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Receiving copies for the University are (left to right) Dr. Winston W. Ehrmann, pro: fessor of Sociology; D. R. (Billy) Matthews, former director of Alumni Affairs and newly elected representative from the Eighth Congressional District; Dr. Rembert W. Patrick, head professor of the Department of History; and Samuel Proctor, associate professor of Social Sciences. Copies were also presented to the University Library. I .^w^^^^^^^^^^ Soil Specialist Will Appear At Forum Der Yiddisher Forum will pre-! sent JacobS. Joffe at its weekly meeting tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid Avenue. The speaker is a professor of Pedology and a research specialist in soils at Rutgers University. He is the author of a textbook entitled. Pedology, used in agricultural institutions, as well as a book called, The ABC Of Soils. Professor Joffe has also written numerous scientific papers for technical journals in English, Russian and Hebrew. Tomorrow evening, his topic will be: Natural Resources Of Israel. His lecture is based on personal studies of the land and soils in the new state. Thank Yon! uality Kosher Meat and Jtry Market 1961 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida Telephone 82-5001 IV THE GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT FOR AMERICAN JEWISH PEOPLE • Starring %  BARTON BROS. LOU SAXON MARTY DRAKE LARRY ALPERT RICKIE LAYNE AND VELVEL JO ANN FLORIO AND OTHERS EVERY EVENING AT B:0 P.M. Orch. J.0 J.00 t.0, M.-ix J.0O, Ii.iIf -in 1.85 1.20, Tax Incl. Matina Sat. 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S'bw > *i*"'—fcfc*i-fw(w-. u>*'.Hy--j ^KK^f^f^;S PAGE 4 A rJevisUh&ggL nnDAY. /\_^W'W*W'W WW^W*\_ wJeHisK Florid iari ind P Telephon %  nt MT 120 N E. Sixth Street OFFICE and PLANT *^ lhK During The Week ... A %  i s BY LEO MINDLIN l -vs_^\^\_^<\_^/wv rjth of th' One Ver S C P T 13 00 ON BATE Two Vejr S0C FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publish er LEO MINDLIN News Editor Russian Door Closed Last week, representatives of the Israeli delegation to the United Nations called at Soviet headquarters there and requested an audience for the purpose of discussing Russia's current war against Zionism. The Israeli delegation was refused admission. According to NBC television reporters, the Jewish spokesmen were regarded as unwelcome visitors and told cf the USSR's regret at having sponsored the UN partition of Palestine to begin with. It seems that the United Nations is becoming less and less a meeting ground for parties to conflict, while the battlefield of the cold war receives sharper definition there with each passing cay. Having failed thusfar to arrcr.re a workabie solution to the Arab situation UN now appears scddled with a new problem it is hardly eager to tackle. Not to be forgotten is that both difficulties are per. of the same issue. Russia's current onslaught against the Jews is no less en expression of the war against the West then is the Moslem League's refuse! to cccep: a peace settlement with Israel. It seems that World War II is being restaged, with apparently innocent Germany making no overt moves. With Germcn "allegiance" as the prise, the Soviet regime and the US engage in increasingly menacing manoeuvres in northern Europe. And as government after government in the Near East is challenged by its indigent peoples, old guard Arab leaders stand firm in the resistance toward Israel, court the USSR as a means of confusing the West and contribute much toward a dangerous military imbalance around the Suez Canal area. In all these cases, the Jew becomes the scapegoat. While he is currently being attacked in his indefensible position as a citizen of the Iron Curtain countries, the State of his brothers in Israel must maintain an increasing vigil against invasion by Arab League neighbors. Only eight years have passed, but the situation has not changed. The centers of struggle, clone, are different. Shevat 14. 5713 V 1Ume FRIDAY JANUARY 30. 1953 Number 5 THEIR DEMOCRATIC HERITAGE — Dr. Kaplan Scholarship It seems fitting that the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association has made a decision to establish a Scholarship Fund honoring Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. This fund will represent a proper tribute to a spiritual lecder who may now see the fruit of his achievement crystallized in a manner "devote a number of their sessions to a study thcrt advances the scholarly attributes of Miof the aiarminq increase of anti-Semitism in ami's youth. Eastern Europe today. Dr. Kaplan has been associated with TernWe hope the conference comes up with workpie Israel for some 30 years. As its spiritual able suggestions tor approaching the problems leader, he developed an harmonious relation ; lh:s ia;esl expression of race murder. Its Seminary's ronfrrwirt? The first annual mid-winter national conference of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America will be held on Miami Beach starting February 6th. • This is a tribute to the growing stature of our community. In addition to the scores of spiritual leaders coming here especially for the conference, a host of vacationing representatives of the Conservative Movement will be afforded the opportunity of attending its sessions. An affiliate of the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagoque of America, the Jewish Theological Seminary has set as its course the unification of the spirituality of Torah and the position of the nation's Jewish community within the larger framework of US society. Thus, the Bible and Democracy, the theme of the conference, will serve to heighten the meaning of this religious meeting as an aspect of American Jewry's dual interest. Most appropriately, the convening spiritual leaders will THE ENGLISH-JEWISH PRESS, it appear „, portancp in the American community. Circulation i H constant tin m subscription, while the popularity *8 newspaper seems, in the same ratio, to decline The j are many Primarily, the number of persons e<|uip Pe) i*l read a Yiddish newspaper becomes increasingly small tercst in Jewish affairs has reached unprecedented heiehi past t,n years. None but a very few large American ,w nificant coverage to national and international Jewish i where sensation means extra papers soldi, and it ha**?! function ol the English-Jewish press to devote its ^ H coverage. *" Mod important, however, is the fact that the Englishj views its aim in a different-light from the Yiddish p U h strive! toward a presentation which is more ctwn-fnSj cticalh tea personal Geared for an essentially Kngli sn stll once, it seeks to show added awareness of the American as native ground and to deemphasize the European rood generations Avoiding the very fertile area of sentunentlL mull little over past history and to examine the present J with scrutinizing eye instead. But the English-Jewish press embraces weekly pubh. in this sense K becomes identified with individual eommua u~ drive toward cosmopolitanism seems foredoomed. Tbei between the individual organ and the area it lervei inevitable a home town" attitude on the part of reader to editor Fjil ing to reflect the pulse of non-sectarian activity, u L!7 ltd bj the large daily where its audience finds a tnonj coverage. The English Jewish press is therefore placed into a L compromise brought on by the clash between the attitude•(! %  ersbip and its own ideals. Tboneed it must fill takes the %  stimulant designed to encourage interest in the consoea, activity of the Jewish community. The examination of |Jl and tradition becomes centrally important to this need Sent borrowed to elaborate upon the future of World Jewry d| State of Israel An appeal to emotion is employed for the end of American Jewish community as a specific social groupiaj~i the jcberr.c of the Yiddish press is being adapted to the contradictions of compromise remain The dratJ •m is not completely abandoned The rill | rr.unal attitudes (not always interpreted from b point of view i remains despite the large daily's < lonty in this area And most of all. the effort to achieve all tatttl of independent editorship (where Federation and i controLs are no issue i continues in the face of an intimacy i ers of the English-Jewish press demand. This call for intimacy is the crux of a host of probieaJ the individual editor It becomes the battleground of hn| present news coverage in the one specific area where hei where he has little competition from the metropolitan i home town attttude here frequently overwhelms him mination to present a total rejection of activitv within thel of the community and nation in which he operates is a readership whose demands for the highest standards of| alism in the English Jewish press are nullified by con for personal notice Letters To The Edh ship betwen himself end his congregation. But his efforts in the direction of education and understanding have alweys extended into the community at large. The Rabbinical Association's tribute to Dr. Kaplan thus pinpo: his fundamental interest. Red P bra] concern for World Jewry's condition to• must certainly lead to a series of inter. rig conclusic. Our community welcomes the Seminary's •orer.ee here, as well as the leaders of its movemenl re] renting a sianificant part of 1 Jewry. ress n Attack Against Jews, Israel 5 M, !! ,, • S"^ !" •^"C^e* nd-l t>lll^tjlf e 2i rl j ^£^ .on and ;,.;.. lo networks have intensified their agencv of American ntelh„ '" ; : r %  %  jamming of programs from Israel The SovirtorgM u Tw „ !" ", d ,hi Z '" n "< : and Hebrew programs from the the American ££, £J T\ """"ously bo**" fa --^Broadcasting Corporation Committee „ claimed tha^ I "/",''"' n "" 1 ''"" "">ar-. that med to Israel though the JDC naTnot been £ .5£ w T^""*** I the i a direct attack on the heads erat.ng in the Soviet m „ < P "' ***** ** Anglo \m the State of Israel, the New n„ m w ., ,... ." l n ,n f r 'a bloc in intart.rtJ^f.w c !" and Hebrew Briti beamed In an I the Israel '" "*, iB interfering with Sov let pr "< • itrength ed Premier David Ben-Gurion and rom the ares! o f T A. L'" ,n a a <*'n-' -r.. ~£ZZ Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett as ^^rTf^^lrtot ST ** ^ '"^ %  he 2SS agents of the United States,' this espionage outfit C Z \J1A "' v, rnm '^. 'h.artiele wei State Department." The attack was most violent ver New Times said th our community It was not un1 1 when he came to Miami, thai inj Jewish person, for over a "f 25 years, had been able contact reputable Chrutian people to liecome recogniEed supporteri of Israel and the Jewish people rm As chairman of the Greater Miam. Z.onist hjnergency Council, he organized the American Christian laiestme Committee and made aonist public relations in Miami a living force for interpretation to our Christian neighbors and for I unification to our own people. His Southeastern Conference and Senv 'nar on Israel at the Columbus and McAllister Hotels was a momen tous achievement for i ity reaching hidden before yet tapped. Under his guidance.) Holt and Mrs LJ went to Israel and a message of the younfl nearly all civic ice clubs, churches ail schools in greater MiaaU as the leading colleges am in the southeastern p*f country He was a member of %  ] tive of BOA vkl Southeastern Zionist trict and chairman^*J Council of South his residence in tail' and since h.' •. voted tot to the cause of Ziomj and humanitv. I beta* fitting time to make I contributions to or I will greatly ap will kindly have tlui I in your Letter to the umn LilUsi 1 jTA $yn*ci^ Lord Reading uiaj^J British pol'O J *5| to the Middle East -J] time was in line %  French-Americas •* anteeing the bonfcrs". the Arab ^* *3 sion. The declara*"j ognized the need ol u and fcel to a-^J level of armed for^ aecortty. lor "Jj^j fense and to M *^l their part in the ^ entire Middle East



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1/7 Company Sponsored By ZOA To In Miami; Features Israeli Artists Israel 1953 Edition", bami under the auspices Li^t Organization of 1,1 (he Miami Zionist I which Sidney Sahs is on Monday evening. Iblli. 8:30 p.m. at Beth Wation, 2625 SW 3rd I Israel-1953 Edition," ,|amorous Israeli and tttets, is being launched -country good-will tour tuspices of the Zionist i,f America according kneement by Rabbi IrI ZOA president. Tjn, ;, native Israeli and %  the HKOIsrael film, lily, is ihe leading lady, ipany, sharing honors C| pershko, prominent Ipo'er and concert pianTsical director of the Is%  casting Service, and C,an outstanding young baritone, recently refti a successful concert Bel. hose of the "Here's Ist. Rabbi Miller said, is fcd American Jewry medium of song and Jlsrael's needs are still I vital concern to us; that Vbility did not end with hment of the State; that i.-hip with Israel is in k) l>ride—while Israel I., our material aid and bow-how, the Jewish nuch to give us in reof spiritual, cultural values." carances scheduled in |ics from coast to coast, npanies of American Isaincrs will serve as a Mount Sinai School Is Given Approval Samuel Gertner, executive director, has announced that Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami has received full approval of its School of Technology from the American Medical Association and the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Through affiliation with the University of Miami, students of the University course in technology may take their fourth year at the Mount Sinai Hospital School, Gertner said. Completion of the course leads to the BS degree given by the U of M. Kadimah Women Meet Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women, will meet on February 5th, Thursday, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation when final plans for the group's Donor Dinner arc scheduled to be made. Guest speaker will be Isaac Hamlin who will discuss: Moetzeth Hopalot. A skit by Betty Skolar will also be performed. Israelite Center Meeting The Israelite Center will meet on Tuesday at 8 p.m. A report on the progress of the Hebrew School Dinner will be heard at that time. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. f Wholeiale and Rrt.il Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEB 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Shear ration of a monument kory of the late Barnett taly of 3500 SW 21st take place Sunday. kt at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai park Cemetery. 1 is survived by his wife Iwo sons. Joseph of Miorris of Pittsburgh, Pa. aughtr-r Frieda Morgan %  Cisco, CtL, and a sisDa Lewis. Arrangements rce of Palmers Miami (Company. Friends and askt il to be present. kBLE DOMESTIC HELP ILE DAY WORKERS [EMPLOYMENT SERVICE |h Street Phone 9-M01 IDENBERO, Owner Skmvel ftrshke cultural vehicle not only for the ZOA's far-flung network of Regions and Districts, the ZOA head declared, but for the American Jewish community in general, whom the organization seeks to enroll as members in support of its broad program of aid to the young State of Israel. Tickets are available by calling Mr. Moe Meyer, Secretary of the district at 4-6831. The price of admission is contribution of $1.00 to the American Zionist Fund. Phi Sigma Tan SponHorn trance A square dance sponsored by Phi Sigma Tau Council will earmark its proceeds for a day camp scholarship. Main attraction of the affair, according to Barbara Seitlin, publicity chairman, will be calls by Uncle Martin, radio performer. The dance is scheduled for Tuesday, February 3rd, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. FOR RENT FOR WEDDINGS OR AUDITORIUM MEETING ROOMS > COMPLETE KITCHEN FACILITIES % AMPLE PARKING SPACE 'APPLY: A. PEPPER 82-1047 or 9-3004 COMPLETE NURSING CARE ^216 S.W. 2nd AVE., MIAMI — PHONE 9-7382 rasa view Nursing Home %  ri Equipment — Attractive Surroundings — Kindly, Court Care — Registered Sum* — Varied, InfTMIIlHi Well" Convalcictnts, Invalid!, Chronic Caeem, Etc. If on able, Homey 'Atmosphere — Moderate Kates — Yef% A el fl 0* %  m^P CV TONIGHT • NO MINORS ALLOWED ATTENTION JEWISH HOUSEWIVES SAVE MONEY! Buy Your FRESH KILLED KOSHER POULTRY Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth at ihe low price of lb. ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING KOSHER BUTCHER STORES iMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTREMI SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVI. Quality Kosher Market 1961 S.W. 8th Street Phone 82-5501 Miami Kosher Market 2011 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-2297 Dade Kosher Market 153 N.W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430 United Kosher Market 1553 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270 S. & M. Kosher Market 810 S.W. 22nd Avenue Phono 83-7748 Sam's Kosher Market 322 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 9-6266 Coral Way Kosher Market 1721 Coral Way Phone 83-1383 Parkway Kosher Market '1255 Coral Way Phone 9-0968 Katz Kosher Market 1896 S.W. 8th Street Phone 82-8869 Kubindale Kosher Market 2117 Coral Way Phone 48-4766



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JS^W^i Miss Shirley Kahn Becomes Bride Of Saul Seltzer; Chooses Gown Ot lulle Personally Miss Shirley Kahn was wed 10 JJUg** ^PTKI ,f £1 a d %  Saul B. Seltzer on Sunday evening ^ carrjeJ whitc orchl( |s ^ ( KmMr m Sevilla Avenue, at the Shelbourne Hotel. Rabbi Ir-i and mjes o{ thc valley on ribbon ^^ ^ g^ j^, on Mon ving Lehrman officiated. I streamers. Audrey Lou Silvern To Wed Medical Bride-Elect Is Winner Of ScholarriJ ling at (oral Cables Sen-j The bride is the daughter of Har-1 Best man was Arthur Seltzer, the day •" Son „, r rv Kahn who gave her in marbridegroom s brother. 1he> art „, r n,„n bcnooi. ria^e and Mrs Kahn. of 3770 Roy 'sons ofMr. and Mrs Harry Seltzer. ,,„,,,, r adrr 0 £ Troop No. 64. at 1557 Meridian Avenue. Usben ( ,,,..,, Gables .Jewish Center were Robert L. Kahn. the br.de s brother. Gilbert Milter, Gilbert £ ^^ R Brrgcr Rappaport. David Goodwin. Archie ^^ announce colored tulle with lace op. WM ol Zlw u s u maid of honor Mrs. Harriet Kobnn Ot tartMof*eTJOB ^ ^ in pale green taffeta, was matron art. gj ^ ^ ^ p a( e Couple will honeymoon in I -nuary 8th. with Rabbi S M Mexico. They'll be at home at 3770 Royal Palm Avenue, after February 14th. Arnovitz, Ross Wed Al Bel-Aire In the presence of some 100 guests on January 10th. Rabbi Machtei officiating Godparent. were Mr and MrMilton Berber. ,,i si Petersburg, who came here for the occasion Sandek was the baby's groat grandfather. Sam Greenspan Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs S Kreedman. of | 2144 SW 22nd Terrace. Julian Stuart, son of Mr. and Morris Skop read the ritual for Mfj gau| Ha(x r 24 M „ ntj | la A v the candlelight marriage of Miss '^ Cora GabU s MVl ., Sunda> Marilyn Jayne Arnovitz and Mr. ^^ Tu|anc Universityi wher e n %  > i >L.. t)..! Mr.i II >liJ %  >. .. .1' -I I Mrs. Saul Stltier al Palm Avenue. Her gov n ol tulle and satin featured a tucked, fitted bodice with Sam Ross, at the Bel-Aire Hotel. The bride is the daughter of MrAnn Rosensweet Arnovitz. of Hayton. Ohio, and Mr. Jack Arnovitz, Moraine Hotel. Dayton. Mr Ross is the son ol Mrs. Sophie Ross and the late Mr. Ross. Miami. The bride was given in marriage by her father, wearing a white tulle ballerina length wedding dress, with fitted bodice and a he will enroll as a premedica student He is past president of Hillel AZA here. .A, Mr and Mrs Irving Getzug. of 2941 SW 6th Street, announce the birth of their son. Neil Holden A cocktail party, dinner dance and family reunion marked the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Benjamin H. Silverman. The engagement of their daughter. Audrey Lou, to Dr. Gua Miller is announced by Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Silvern, of 2000 SW 12th Street. The bride-elect "s fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Miller, New Orleans, Louisiana. Miss Silvern attended Miami High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. National Thespian Society and president of Tri Beta Sorority. Winner of the Loveman-Joseph Ix>cb Scholarship Award. Miss Silvern attended the I'niversity of Alabama, where she received the BS degree. While there, she served as president of Phi Upsilon Omicron, vice president of Sigma Delta Tau. treasurer of Panhellenic Society and secretary-treasurer of Philos. The bride-elect's picture was included in the yearbook's beauty section, and her name was on the Dean's List. Dr Miller attended Loyola University and graduated from the Louisiana State University Medical School He is a member of E. A. Gamard Fraternity. Theta Beta, Phi Beta Pi and the Undergraduate Medical Society. During World War II, he served as a first lieutenant in the infantry in the European theater and was awarded the Bronze Star and a Presidential citation. boufant skirt. The bodice was trimmed with crystals and seeded of Louisville, Kentucky, and winter tiny jack,", and gauntlets of tulle. I pearls Her veil consisted of a half visitors here Hosts at the affair The full skirt was appliqued with band of French illusion tulle fall"ore Mr, and Mrs Jacob Sher Mr. Sher iMrs Silverman's brother. ali icon lace Her three-tieri I veil >l illusion (,• dwui Jerrj Miller and Leonard j Sj nderman. FREE RENT Yecr-round. Furnished Room. Shower oulside entrance to room. Kitchen privileges. Widower's lovely home on the Beach—in exchange for few hours house cleaning. MR. K., BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 700 S.W. 29th Court WANTED Male or Female SECRET A RY FOR AGED RABBI For 3-Month Period Contact: Rabbi A. B. Reines 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Home For Sale NEW C.B.S. CORNER HOME. Garage, Florida Room, Glass Jalousies, Tile Features, Completely Furnished. Sacrifice, $14,500. Owner: Ph. 4-4347. mg ,„ shoulder length. She wore CEMETERY LOTS BEST BUY-Plot of 4 graves beside curved drive SUPERB SITE. Mount Nebo. Bargain, S1200 cash. PHONE 3-5961 pearl earrings and carried a white Bible topped by white orchids. Her only attendant was Miss Shirley Friedman, of Miami Beach, gowned in an orchid taffeta ballerina length dress. Mr. Al Ses;al attended Mr Ross as his best man %  %  £ Mr and Mrs II M. Ponn. of 1971 j SW .12nd Place, announce the birth of their -on. Dennis Elton, on January 8th They have two daughters. Leslie Rae. five, and Nancy Jane, three. The Briss was held at their home with Rabbi S M. Machtei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Wlfjl liam Moss, maternal grandparents, of 2024 SW 20th Street, served as godparents. ir -Cr •' Dr. and Mrs Philip Gotlieb. of Chicago, have arrived here to spend their winter at 630 I'niversity Drive, ("oral Gables. %  %  : %  • %  .Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green berg, of Chicago, Illinois, are spending a three-week vacation with their son and daughter inlaw, Mr and Mrs Max Greenberg. of 1041 NE 138th Street While here, they will mark their 15th wedding anniversary. .-. %  %  Rabbi and Mrs Abraham M ('as sel have just returned from an extended trip following their marriage on January 11th. The couple will reside at 4625 North Bay Road. Miami Beach. .•. %  .-. Hen Ami Convert si ami For Gth World renowned actor and director Jacob Ben Ami will head the 40th Jubilee Farhand Theatrical Caravan in a program of drama, comedy and music on Sunday evening. February 8th. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Berta Gersten. formerly star of the New York Yiddish Art Theater, supported by Ben Bonus, Al 'Harris and the Israeli team of Ahuva T'sadok and Nahum Nardi, will appear with Mr Ben Ami in three acts by David Pinski. Ephraim Auerbach and Moeshe Nadir. This will be the only appearance of these artists in Greater Miami. *its Audrey l„ rj Chesed Shel Emess A regular meeting of the Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will be held on Monday, February 2nd, 1:30 p.m. in the Beth El Center. Mrs. Israel Goldberg will preside. Going Formal? Formal Weir that it freshly cleaned, amartly etyled, properly fitted. Complete outflta including ehoee. PHONE 48-201,1 H NlVERSlI MEN'S 2828 Ponce De Loon L Coral Gable. Rent a TYPEWRTTQ ADDING MACBll CALCULATM j All lift Matt FREE DELIVER! AMERICAN Typewriter Ci| 223 N.E. 2nd At Phone 34441 JEWISH GENTLEMAN Age 42, residing in Texas, plates move to Florida. Desires correspond with refined lady. Will i Mr Ross is assi furnish thorough references. Replies Royal Palm Sportswear Lincoln Elinor C Blumenthal has lust Followmg the ceremony In the rpturnp(l to hpr k ud|es h Theater Dinmg Room of the Bel versit, of Tennessee Dental School A.re Hotel, a reception was held | f „. r 8pendlng Ih( hoMm wi h mour met Blumenthal had IM I n-u 'V •" l r M'enuini' the ho idavs w ^J. will m^e their home in Miami ^Te^Mi^lJ^^ treated with utmost confidence. MR. C, BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 Road shop TV m r nits IMMlDtAU THtVISION SfRVICf. NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for Coll Phone CITY-WIDE TV 83-1298 Beth Tfilah Marks Tu B'Shvat Tomorrow Beth Tfilah Congregation will celebrate Tu B'Shvat at a Melavah Malke tomorrow evening, when installation of officers of the Chevrajton, Delaware. M house guest her room mate. Miss Reba Kolodnick, of Chattanrenm nee Out-of-town \iitors now in Miami are the fo lowing relativeof Or and Mrs Blumenthal: Dr and MrMvmar. Blumenthal. of Jersey City Mr and MrCharles Weinman, of linden. New Jersey; and Mr and Mrs. Jack Kamison, of Wilming YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BE 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Mishnayos is scheduled to take! place. % iirdine's „..•. JWW ^*.. w the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •re*;. US. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach %  Ft LaudtrdaU West Palm Boach DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT.. JAN. 31st. 8:30 P.M. ol Kneseth Israel M Plata t E.,11. AfMI „ Miami Beh Guest Speaier: Professor Jacob S. Jofle nun, "Wl MATUIAl #IJOOC 0' IMAIl" c^%el 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING ft PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO ANPjg l NEW YORK OR VICINITY .Jjgj THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALffOBWM LONG DISTAWC* DOOH-T0 P f WITHERS VAN LlNE$J looo NX i: A** *:? MIAMI'S OLDEST F U %  N I T U



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r TA NUARY 30. 1953 fii Pallot Weds Law Student Sunday; Ic Honeymoons In Virgin Islands !" r*r>nrs+*~„ PAGE 7 A ** 1 <^>ttlctlu y y ei HELEN ALPERT J veiaktat* f > > — I'llklngton Mr*. Richard Harwich fiya Pallot, daughter of Ifrs. Jack S. Pallot, 3051 Itreet, became the bride of Richard J. Horwich, Ide Leon Boulevard. The | was performed at the odye Auditorium, with hit A Skop and Cantor uinson officiating. marriage by her parI bride wore a gown of ported chantilly lace and (over white taffeta fashfitted bodice and long peve<= The illusion yoke ghted by cut-out medalhe lace Her bouffant three layers of nylon taffeia. with chantilly Idiny midway into the skirt. blth, the bridal veil was Ilk French illusion. It I chant illy lace clip trimheed pearls. The bride liiti Bible adorned with |id<. pliaienopsis, steph" satin lillies with pearl ff honor was Mrs. Joel F l 'd in navy blue taflart-haped bouquet of fathered carnations and with pearl centers. fds were Mrs. Walter W Mrs Edward Horfnicago and Elmwood fs, sisters-in-law of the %  iss Lorna Chassner, my blue taffeta cockIdresses and flowers MM of the matron of ridesmald was Miss P'Twich. of Oak Park, er of the groom. P-aune was best man. %  wed Walter Horwich Horwich, brothers of % %  nd Joel Vogel. 7" 1 and buffet followed t> at Hibiscus Lodge. Mrs. Horwich gradMiami High School 1 ln I niversity of Mi^m graduated from 8n School and the Unimi. where he reJ d c W*e summa cum t I?? urer and Plt" the InterfraternH member of the Debating Team and listed in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. Mr. Horwich now attends the University Law School, where #he is on the editorial board of the Miami Law Quarterly, chief of Iron Arrow and was 1952 Homecoming treasurer. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer T. Horwich, Oak Park, Illinois. Following a wedding trip to San Juan and St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, the couple will reside at 900 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Mitt Sally AIM Schaffer Ohioans Will Wed On April 12th Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Schaffer, of Hollywood and Shaker Heights, Ohio, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally Ann, to Larry Richard Gottfried. A sophomore it the University of Miami, Mis* Schaffer is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mr. Gottfried, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil H. Gottfried, Shaker Heights, graduated from Ohio State University and was president of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity there. The couple will wed on April 12th, in the Shaker Heights home of the bride-elect's parents. Sf51i^S*£iA*2£ T hr -" M,r,in $ wl,h %  iiation &f „ !T .! 7: Ar,na < California, a town that gave up civilCoast Our miL man y T* mountain *•• up and down the West contact v7at£ vnT "t 0 ^ ^ unidentified aircraft and maintain Thai f w Z re !" and rad W ,h CCntral "^dquarters at all times. 14 months at w, I %  > T -0 mecha !" You remember I spent! and stranJll ?nl u t' r ^ baSe in Illinois ^"ding radio school' El £ *? T Kh 0W am wo *ng in radio. (Many buddies from school are now cooks, postal clerks, etc) ouaaies ..nlw"^'"'!" IS h0W9h W# hav15 hot-blooded youth,, the tonll ml.". t '" b m •** •"• &f "• d-r room .nd an occ\tZ T ,J h r*' ,h,r h ""''buting factor. Whan th. fo 9 Mffhand .t seldom do.,, th. only benefit i, being able to ,.. th. rain Wh.n it worn, th. on. road down th. mountain i, cut off for wa.k, ai a r.m. and no on. can com. up or 90 down. I hop. that wh.n it snow, I am down intt.ad of up. tn, Two 1 b •* ,nin %  "P •'•: h. chow and th. Commanding r' 1 V# n V#r hMrd f M u dron >"9 *<> attached to th. C.O. as this. H. ..all for th. m.n and they're all for him which In th. eyes of th. Air Fore, i, optimum ... My beautiful son gained 5 pound,. He's really an eater, keeps Alc.ne on her to., all th. time. "Dave Guttman is in th. Army, radio operator school at Ft. Jackson.Miss. He married a girl named Pat, from North Carolina, on Nov. 30th. **m|*jM Bflel "Wed'd love to hear from you How's about calling n: (Mrs. Dora Keller) telling her you heard from us? it'll make her happy and who knows, you might even sell her a subscription'" (Private note to Mrs. Keller: Honey, I dialed you until I was numb. So please consider this the phone conversation we didn't have. I'd have said exactly these things anyway!) VERY CHARMED to hav. h.ard from th. poet Sony. Gerbert. Sh. had better luck — she dialad and got m. at one. ... I didn't confess to her that h.r Yiddish poems w.r. translated for m. by Rabbi Louis Cass.1, who luckily lives an iambic pentameter away Double-barreled were the crazy incidents marking Miami's B'nai B'nth Women's candlelight installation. To get in, members had to swim through mud and water, when a fire hydrant got knocked off by a car's backing into it. At the driver's wheel was a member — with faultless aim! Friends of Harry Zuk.rnick long hav. supported him as a superman — crusading for decent milk prices, decent laws and just plain dec.ncy. Latest tribute to his superman qualities is the way he walked around for a week with a ruptured appendix until finally admitting to wife Sue that perhaps a medico ought to examine this little matter troubling him. She says their surgeon, "a small genius", saved Harry. You'll now find the indestructible one heading back to his office! To comprehend th. vigor behind Miami's Anti-Defamation League and Gil Balkin, all you need do i, stare at one of their very busy rooms in the Seybold Building. Most loaded with impact around the mimeo machine are stacks of papers, news clips, boxes, a library collection of effective material — teeming industry for spot delivery of anything on this powerful topic "SAND IN YOUR SHOES" Zipping into action for production of a Greater Miami pageant with music and dancing are committee heads sparking the musico history called "Sand in Your Shoes" which is slated for March 1st at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Purpose is to raise funds for the huge spreading work of the Greater /—.ami Jewish Community Center. The idea already has gripped thousands in this area. Miami's early pioneers are excited at a production embodying their own lives — histories have been dusted off for highlights —those huddles aren't football players but Mennie Tropp, Ephraim Gale, Herman Binder, Sylvia Chertkof, Stanley Myers and Mrs. Myers (did you know she came here in 1919? — he followed her in 1925?) — Sam Hirsch, Robert Strassburg, all calling fast signals to make this thing hit us like a hurricane. GUEST LIST: Embassy Hotel visitor is English-born Mrs. Dora Struhl, operator of Atlantic City's Palm Hall Hotel. This trip is something of a triumph for her, because she's the cousin of the Martinique Hotel's nightclub sensation Irene Hilda — and had spent all the war years pounding with the Red Cross to locate the family after the Nazis threw Irene's father, Paris jeweler Saul Levitt, into a Marseilles concentration camp. Levitt's been left paralyzed by ill treatment and the shock of watching 14 in the family vanish —. Cousin Dora is relishing the joy of reunion here Florrie Loeb's brother from Holland is Alfred Karlsen, and for the benefit of his big public this column is proud to report that not sine. Hans Brinkar and his Silver Skates has such a talented Dutchman loomed on our horizon. Any time you eat split pea soup, you may remind yourself that it was Alfred's factory outside Rotterdam which split the peas for you He's a man who does favors on en international scale Members of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association are being alerted to attend the Feb. nth election meeting at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Funny thing is that enthusiastic member Nat Hankoff is almost too busy to attend the meetings — which take place right in his own hotel! PLEASE — there's an urgent blood call for the Meseda's Sam Soldinger at Mt. Sinai. Raphael Skop Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Raphael Stephen Skop, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, January 31st, 9:45 a.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The Bar Mitzvah will officiate at both the Friday evening and Saturday morning services. A student of the Hebrew Academy, he was named in honor of the late Rabbi Ste— rtlklnietun Raphael Stephen Skap • phen S. Wise, who taught his father at the Jewish Institute of Religion. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop will be hosts at both the Oneg Shabbat and the Kiddush in honor of their son. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dean of Florida Rabbis and honorary president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will offer the invocation. Rabbi Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and secretary-treasurer of the Association, will bless his son at the benediction. Cultural Outer Opeus Bazaar Tomorrow evening, the curtain will rise on the Second Annual Batarr of the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Lenox Avenue. The bazaar will be a three-day event through Monday, February 2nd. There will be a selection of ladwear, as well as appliances, toys, notions, groceries, yardgoods and gift items. A major attraction will be a restaurant which will offer a wide variety of home-cooked dishes. The restaurant and bazaar will be open to the public on all three days 1UCH Vt III l*"^ m VBSSSSSejaj %  % %  >• %  %  ***••*. fuuaa*. vu emea % % %  ;<. ies", men's wear and children's from 5 p.m., until midnight. Morton Shale Yulish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Yulish, 2870 Pinetree Drive, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, January 31st, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish* spiritual leader, will officfatax The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade student at Nautilus School. Scherers Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Scherer of 5751 SW 10th Street are celebrating their fortieth wedding anniversary this week. They will be hosts at a social following the Saturday morning services of the West Miami Jewish Center. The Scherers have three sons, Joseph and Seymour of Miami and Fred of Newark. N.J., and five grandchildren. Mr. Scherer is associated with his sons Joseph and Seymour in the operation of Scherer and Sons, Inc., manufacturers of belts and novelties.



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rniiSAT, JA1 PAGE 8 A Isaac Joffe, Local Attorney, Dies At 60; Active In Communal Affairs I-aac Joffe 60. local attorney and long active in Jewish and Masonic affairs of the community. died Sunday morning at his home. 6034 Indian Creek Drive. Beach The soil of Abraham P Joffe. nationally known philanthropist and real estate operator of Roch. t NY. Mr. Joffee moved here :;.ears ago from Rochester He was graduated from Syracuse University in 1912 He was a member : Zel Beta Tau fraternity and ir. Bad been a leader in the Z f the S jb. In Rochester. Mr. •' l er god ; of Temple D and pn need in Sew '• eld : % %  Mr. Joffe was thi first executive Fed and was active as a Scottish Rue He w* member of Temple Israel contributed articli the : wish LayIs**c Joffe Services For Kalman Burns Solomon Richman The dedication of a monument to The oe .i. Solomon the mem..p lnc MV formerly of lOKW ed h> his 'u of .lander. .: .nument an Unveiling N u in Montefiore Selig Dies WednesoV At 68; Succumbs To Heart AHmed r V for Kalman Bums, 64. of 2533 Pmetree Drive. man a national publication, spoke Beach, took place Thursday. Janoftei at the forum of the Conferuarj 22nd in Riv< ins ar.d Jew-, and Miami Beach, with in 1951 was er at [rviii Burial r. of followed in ML Nebo Cemetery erican Hebrew Congregations j|r. Burns died January 21sl Hi Joffe wi time per.. friend of Jan 1 leader an I saw him B l it appearance at the Sew York in Ocl ied on Mar hi : el it Mr many who c mended that th< i Crii i •red mitted to I la bar in 1941, Mr. Joffe h -ained a the Biscayne building rvivors are his wife nee n -. had owned K Burns an : S at 114 E. Fl • He ha I l jewelry lacksonville and Newark. Mr Burns was a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Community r and the Zionist organizati -. Surviving are his wife. Lillian: Maurice: five daughters. V. Joyce Burns Miami Beach: MrShi-iia Stern. Hackensack. N n runerai *P" Gussie Kapchan officiating. ; F : Stanl< ,nd Edward, J.: Mrs Gloria Berger. Buffalo. iter; a daughter. Mrs. Esther NY. MrEllen Cohen. GreensKach. Rochester, four brother! and Mrs Roelyn SilverN'athan, Miami Beach, and Harry, man. Chicago; two brotherA! N. and Samuel, all of Rochbert and Harry: and three sisters, e-ter: a lister MrMattie N'ievert, MrLillian Mihn-ky. Mrs Mizia New York, and oni ndchild Rothenberg and MrSarah HeimServices were held in the Miami burg. Beach chapel oi Gordon Funeral Home Tu< 1th Rabbi Narot and Max Shapiro of... -, VI, ujt .,. r k t the The dedication of a monument graveside in ML Nebo Cemetery, to the memory of the late (, Kapchan. formerly of 7570 Tatem Mr* lliiil itii-s Waterwaj MUmi Beach, will take .i r*. in rt i fvif p!a( ., 5u] lst at j O c|ock .XitPr IIInrss ai Memorial Park femeMn Elizabeth ;,r > with R^ 0 '" Mayer Abramof one of Miami's early retail merchants, died Wednesdaj January Mr Kapchan is survived b) bus21, in her home at 395 North Shore band Harrj a son Harry Morse and Drive. Miami Beach, after a long %  Helen Kreedman illness. and Claire BerkowHz, a Born in Merrill, Wisconsin, Mrs ter Fannie Hoskowitz and five Eerel lived in Gary. Indiana until grandchildren, Arrangement her marriage in 1933 to Arthur in charge of PalmerMiami MontiBare! Then the> moved to Miami, ment Company Friends and where Mr. Berel operated a won, tivi are asked to be pn er. ready-to-wear shop. Survivors include a si -ter. Mrs Louis Swortz The dedJ a monument .. f the Ufa I 5730 sw llth nlace Sunday Feb. t ML I* Cemetery Ufred Waxman offiirvived by rife Ann. a son Le-he and, belle and Fern-Su-1 san. his father > haim. a brother Jack ar.d : % % %  Betty Shaffer and Fannie Lk ami Monument Co Friends and relatives are asked to b> David Simon The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dawd Simon formerly of 1735 SW 8th Street, will take place Sunday. Feb. lst. 2 p.m. at the ML Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rahbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Simon is survived by his wife Ida. one son and 3 daughters. Mr Simon was a member of the lion Beth Kl of Miami. Arrangi ments are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Co. !and relatives are asked to be present. Montefiore Selig. of 725 West Di L.do Drive, died early Wednesday morning at Mount Sinai Hospital. Be -uccumbed to a heart ailment at the age of 68 \ loflg-tiflM philanthropic and communal leader. Mr. Selig came ami from Atlanta. Georgia, in Subsequently, he became dent of the Standard Wines. nipany here. He retired from boafcMM in 1948. president of the Her Miami Jewish Federation ;i t. 1945 He was a charter trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital, i( rl „f the Greater Miami : Haka-hruth. a director of the lh Home for the Aged and a rd member and vice president • I,niple I-rael. He a'-o served on the Board of the Greater Miami Jewish Comt> Center and was a member Mwitefiort S.G, of the Citizens' Committee for the ,„f Miami ers were R WUHtaji A I niversitv of Miami. "* Mr Selig is survived by his j man Binder. Benjamin S*. daughter, Mrs Stuart Gordon, Mii Lcvenson, Jacob Sher. Saa| ami: his mother. Mrs. Sophie Sel-jcn u/einkle, Carl Picmal ig. New York: and a sister. Mrs. ] Utf r Wvtkrs 4| „._ w ^ ig. New York: and a sister. Mrs. „ .. Sdore Zad.k. Mount Vernon. New ,ey £ Myers Al HirsAnJ ?ort He alM, leaves three grand! •>. Ernest P.owa.y, Hrt' children. Judith Ellen, Jon Irwin and Monte Alan. Service* were yesterday afterCharles Stern. Gerald LeaJ Herman Wall. Interment was on Grmkj J-K.-1 III.-, *.•*. ...-—. -, ,t Temple Israel, with Rabj morial Park in the Tempk -,-ph Narot and Jacob H. Kap, Section. Gordon Funerall fficiating. Acting as pallbearwas in charge of arrange* AmriTlbrrSALE^^ REXAIR The Greatest Indention Sine* Radio. Makes Vacuum Cleaners and all other House CM| Tools Obsolete. Recommended by Physician* as the only means oi; rid oi House Dust! Scrubs Floors Controls Humidity — Vapcriies KMs, Washes Air — Vacuum Cleans and Many Other FmxJ| We Need Salesmen — Direct Selling Oganixatioo. CALL OUR BRANCH OFFICE PHONE 4MB Between 11:00 tun. and 1:00 pjn. Harry Zimmerman of Glencoe, Illinois, and three brothers, David Milgrim of Los Angeles. Sam Milgrim of Chicago and Ed Milgrim of Gary. Services were held Thursday at the Cordon Funeral Home, Miami Beach. PARKWAY (3>IEATS • V POULTRY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0S6. 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Lger Addresses [Session Of Institute pttingcr, budget director eater Miami Jewish Fedn-il, address the first seshc Adult Institute of JewJes on Wednesday, Febru|0 p.m., at the Bureau of %  duration Building. |cr will discuss the topic: he Jewish Community. I worker and secretary of In's Planning Commission, | will define the Jewish My, trace its historical deIt and outline objectives Ll in Jewish community Ion with particular refer|iami. ition for language courskbrew and Yiddish will at the Bureau building ^me day at 8 p.m. The ititute of Jewish Studies, Ihe second semester, is [ by the Bureau of Jewish and Jewish congregaorganixitknu of Miami. i no tuition fees. Goren Take Tourney %  rlei If fioren, of Philapamed with Eddie Cohen, take first prize in Club of Temple Israel %  rnament held last week Hall an author and columhridge articles are synbd appear daily In the hid. Jrnia Mat! and Mrs. Jesnf Miami Beach, both bf the Championship Nation's Team of Four, were pants The following are ers in the Duplicate Canasta Tournaments: porth and South—Goren. ist and West—Mr. and P. Rosen. | North and South—Mrs. rtt. Mrs Maurice Weinfand West-Mrs. J. GoldCharlotte Fischer. Shapoff Reelected To Chairmanship Of Zionist Council Israel Shapoff has been reelect ed to serve another term as chair!? r~. i ab r Zi nist Council of Greater Miami. A vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, he is also vice president of the Zionist Council of South Florida and a Board member of the Jewish National Fund here and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Other officers elected include Nathan Ostrov. reelected vice chairman; Mrs. Henry Seitlin. 2nd vice chairman: Mrs. Ida Jacobs treasurer; Mrs. Bertha Sootin, recording secretary; Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, corresponding secretary and publicity. The Executive Board includes Manuel Burstcin. chairman. Ben Mininberg. Henry Seitlin. Dr Harry H. Queen; David Friedman and Mrs. Shirley Queen. Committee for Youth Activities will include David Friedman, Ben Mininberg. Mrs. Ruth Ulis. Mcs Miriam Halperin and Dr. Harry Queen. Representing youth groups are Oscar Burstein and Mrs. Shir ley Goldberg. Mount Sinai Ma Grunted SMAittH For nvnvnvvh in Pulmonaru ,*,„*, LEGAL NOTICE UN Program To List Questions Questions most frequently asked by visitors to the new United Nations Building in New York City will be discussed on Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., over radio station WWPB. The program is part of a regular Sunday series at that time and is entitled: UN Plus You. Under the direction of Professor George Kenneth Smart, it will feature Arno Hill, president of the local chapter of the American Association of University Professors. UN Plus You is one of the many activities sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Miami. Mrs. Manus Berman. of 1159 NW 4th Street, is executive director. r^fn. M ?£. Miami Beach residen '' P resent a $30,000 Board 5 £"< ^ < Vi,Z 5 re8ident f Mounl Sinai Hospitals ggyg £ !" t *y'.f ***U*al of a five-year research pro^VUH^L T Q f labora,ories The grant, which is for the investigation of pulmonary embolus. is the gift of the Lawrence Foundation. New York, of which Mrs. Oritt is president. Looking on is Samuel Gertner, Mount Sinai's executive director* • *; :> %  >•• Montiertlo Men Adopt Charter The Men's Club of Congregation Monticello Park has approved its charter of incorporation, according to Milton Balsam, temporary chairman, at a meeting last week. The film. The High Wall, produced by the Anti-Defamation League, was then shown. A discussion followed, with Hornstein, program chairman, in charge. The Nominating Committee, under the chairmanship of Daniel Abramowitz. presented a slate of candidates for the coming year. Election of officers will be held on Tuesday. February loth. Nrs. familiar stars !" d Yox. will open nghsh-Yiddish mus|dy revue, Tumul> e ^ ar 'ety Theatre, Pn Avenue and 6th •"her outstanding new laugh show F*on, Marty Drake f* and Velvel and FReserved seats U at the Variety f nd ay. Special P made for theSeven MA win Art* I'wftvntH Trio On Food And MJving Friends of the Seven Lively Arts will present a program on Sunday. February 1st. 7:30 p.m., at 124 11th Street, Miami Beach. Mount Sinai Hospital's Research Fund has been granted an endowment of $30,000. by the fcawrence Foundation of New York for the investigation of the cause and pre vention of pulmonary embolus. it was announced this week by Max Orovitz. president of Mount Sinai's Board of Trustees. The grant, which will be allocated over a five year period, is the largest single endowment to be contributed to the Research Fund since its founding last year. Presenting the grant to the hospital. Mrs. Selma Oritt. Miami Beach resident who heads the Lawrence Foundation, stressed the importance of promoting such research "for the purpose of solving medical problems which will otherwise continue to take lives until such time as scientists working in laboratories discover their causes and cures". Under the direction of Dr. MauI rice Lev, Director of Mount Sinai's Research Laboratories, investiga[ tion wijl be made of the cause of I unfortunate complications due to I blood clots which may develop I while patients are recuperating following operative procedures or attacks of heart disease. Physicians are aware that the clots may form in the veins of the legs while the patient is recumbent and break off when the patient becomes ambulatory. The cloth, or embolus, may then circulate to the heart and lodge at a point which makes the passage of blood impos sible. Because it lodges in the pulmonary artery, which is the outlet of the right side of the heart, the medical complication is termed a pulmonary embolus. Mount Sinai's research staff will probe the possibility of the clot having been formed due to changes which have taken place in the walls of the veins of the legs. Laboratory tests and studies will be made using the newest histologic means, when t h e cause for the formation has been determined, further research will be made to discover the key to the prevention of pulmonary embolus. The Lawrence Foundation grant is the fourth to be presented to Mount Sinai Hospital for research projects. The first was made by the Leon Lowenstein Fund for the study of arteriosclerois. The other two, by the Miami Heart Association and the United States Public Health Service, are being used for research on diseases of the heart. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEIIKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dcxfrlnic to engage in 5?S n 2*t.VJ&K ,he "'U'loua name or HOYS SHOES. Ht U3i NW 7th Avenue, Miami, Ha., Intends to register ald name with th,Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HARRY B SMITH. (#? COlIKN Attorney (or Applicant HO Lincoln Kond, Miami Beach, Fla 1/30 — t/4-lt-tO NOTICE BV PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156216 MII.TON WIENER. Plaintiff, v s QERTRL'DE WIENER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: GERTRIDE WIENER, ITS B Htb St.. Brooklyn, New fork You, aERTRL'DE WIENER, are. liir.li> notified that a Bill of Comi" ni ror Divorce haa bean rile i again*! you, H1 „] vou .,,,. ,,-,,,,ji,. t | ,,, serve ;i ropy of your Answer or Plea I Ins to the Mill .,f Complaint or the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE J. TAI.IANOFT, 42 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the origin ll Answer or I'leadiiiK in ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mth day of February, I9S8. If you fall to do MI, Judgment 1>N default will be takeii against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of 1 'otnplalnt. DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami, i i Ida. this 26th day of January, A D. IMS. B B. LEATHERMAN, nerk. Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida By H ll. RICE, Ji: (Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk l/H — 2R-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE %  OF THE PEACE. DISTRICT 1. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 14.677 HARMON EDWARD I.IEBEHWn/.. ya Plaintiff, LEWIS ALFRED SCOTT, Defenda NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE Nolle,, is hereby given thai ui and by virtue oi a Writ of Execution issued in the above styled cause bj the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dnde County, Florida, an : having been made. I will offer for sale anil sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, between the houis %  <( IDOO o'clock in the forenoon and 2 DO o'clock In the afternoon on the 2nd da> of March, PK>3, at the South Front door of theCourt House in Miami. Daile County, Florida, the following described property: Lot 1-. Block 21 of LIBERTY CITY, according to the Plat th. of. recorded in Biat Book I'age 7!> of the Public Recorda of Dole county. Florida. as the property of the Said LEWIS AI.FIIKD SCOTT to satisfy said Writ of Execution. Dated tins 2:1 rd day of January, 1953.. at Miami, Dade County, Florida THOMAS .1 KELLY, Sheriff. Bade County, y lorida By JOHN O'BRIEN, Deputy Sheriff l/3n — t/f-II-20 Koy Klkins. former associate of Gaylord Ilauscr, will expose vitamin messiahs in Food Fads And Fancies. Louis Spost will explain Papaya, The Wonder Fruit. Also appearing will be Chaim Rose in a discussion of The Importance Of Living. •• FUMIGATION -NYLON TENTS TWRVP.rn.I-HU HELLMAN mUM FUNWAl CHAPfU. la* f 1743 BAY ROAD £ MtAA DADf BOULIVARD | 58-0323 S-0664 24 MR. AMBULANCE SSRVICI NIW YORK CITY: IfM WAND CONCOURSC TMMOMT 2-4100 MM HsHsa— lerrkei* Helkom* jWwick HONSMU Hv' HeNaaaa Be. Leaie*, P.D. "Cewiag *• Tfceaa Y Caw Nr" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156301 ROGER BASHA. IMainllff vs. lilSKI.K BAS1IA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ro: QI8ELB BASHA. <:, LaFleur I'll. hene. Port an Prince, Haiti. TOU ARE HEREBY NoTIKIKD that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce haa he.n filed acainat you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby reciulred to serve %  copy of vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, ami nle the original In the office of the Clerk <•< the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd CUl] of ManJi, 1H53, otherwise .1 11,•%  lee Pro I'onfesso will be entered aval net you. This notice shall lie published once eaeh week for four consecutive weeks 111 THE JEWISH H.olllDlAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th day of January, IBM. E. It. LBATHERHAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: M C GREEN %  Seal) Deputy Clei k PALLOT, SILVER \MULLOT Attorney! for Plaintiff SOI InRraham Building, Miami, Florida I'10 — 2,6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY dlVBN iluu the mid, 1 sinned, desiring to engage In business under the fictiiious name of B A siioi'. at HHj N. FCrome \x eiiue. Mom, stead, Fla., Intends to rag aid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florid.1. JOSEPH S BROWN, Sole ownci HfTNTCR and IDTNKIt Attorneys for II & A Shop I" 2'K-I3-2Q NOTICE UiMOtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VRN tliat the underalgned. desiring to engage 111 hualni aa under the fictitious name of MOORKS INTKKNATIONAI. A<1ENCY, at 11 so .M.W. 3rd Aeenue, Miami. Dad,. County, Florida, Intends to register aald 11.ime with the Clark "f the Circuit Court of lHide County. Klonida. JASPEB MOORE RICHARD RRIEOER 1 INK Attorney for -laaper Moore 111 Cngr.ss Building. Miami, Florida I SO %  .' I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 29489B In Re: ESTATE OF KATHERINE FERDA, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-, Ing Claims or Demands Agal Bald Estate: Vou. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may hav,. against :!,• %  estate of KATHERINE FERDA, deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to ihe Hon. PRANK B. DOWLINO, one of the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same ,n hioffice in the County Courthouse In Da le County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof S.u.l claims or demands 10 contain th-legal addrei of the claimant and to IK* sworn to and presented as aforesaid, 01 will be iinrred. Kate Januarv 2lt. AD IBM. MAURICE FERDA, as Executor of the Last Will and Testatment 'f KATHERINE PERDA, Deci MAX I! BILVER \tiorney for Executor 1/30 — 2/-I3-2U NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictitious nan, CROYDON MANFFACTPRINO .-. EXPORT en. at Miami. Dade t>. Fla.. Intends to register said naTne trlth the Clark of the Circuit Court of 1 lade 1 'ount>. Florid 1 LOUI8 A, ItKV 1/M — S/C-1S-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15*172 MORTON MKNDEZ. Plaintiff. JPI.IA MENDEE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: .111.IA MENDKZ. 107 Riverside Drive. New York City, New York You are required to aerve a OOBty of the Answer to the Bin of Complaint iilHin the Plnlntlff'a nttornev, MoltTO.N ROTHENBHRO. 420 I-lneoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before February 23, 195J; otherwise, said Bill wlU he taken aa confessed by you. Dated this 33rd day of January, A.D. 1953. E B I.EATHERMAN Clerk 0/ the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 1/J0 — 2/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN : al the mule'signed, desiring to engage .11 business under th" fictitious name TCB-DOR COMPANY, at -'221 S.' 2Tlh Avenue. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of c.tcult Court of Dade County, I Ida rilll.IP CANTOR, Sole liv 1/30 — 2'6-13-20 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51095 Notice is hereby given th.it JPI.ES I'EAKI.MAN. holder of City of Miami Ta\ Sale Certificate Numbered Sfit. dated the 5th day of June, A.D. 196f>. haa filed aald Certificate in my office, and haa made application ( tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Nald Certificate emlu.ices the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot 213. (irnpeland Height. Plat Book H. Page 63. in the City of Miami. County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said prop, tinder the Certificate Issued was 1 the name of Unknown. I'nless s.\id Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 25th day of February, A 11 19.w. Dated this 21st day of January, A.D. 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. STERRETT. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 1/23-30 — 2/S-U-20



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+Jelstnt£*£UL FRIDAY. PAGE 10 A Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Schedules Concert Thorpe Is Guest At flflfler W •"*** Beach Lodge Luncheon Meet Tuesday Thorpc jnformation nnadi Jewi n ,.._-„,,„„ Tr | r nhonc Company, will be guest ter heW Its monttal) luncheon Tetepnj ^ ^weekly luncheon Bernard, chairman. „r, M ,( Miami Beach Lodge. Slate Annual Dade County Institute On Human Relations With a full of rehearsgjj undei the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra is rea I; for its first public concert of this season to be held Monday. February 23. in the Miami Beach Audi torium. There will be no adn • Institute on Human Relations in the School and ul oe Mrs l • aass by the auR Aaron Snapin.. }£> try Lecture Hal!. 1 i rmar R, Berrin^Jacl^WhJt Uona man. the School held on February • ier the co-sponson of the Dade O int) an *•*•* **•"• A u > Education Committee: the Depart^ nis ,„ a/alter Bloom mer.t of Human Relati -. of Miami: the 1: Miami Dfe Council Feiejl Panel Is SrJ Mrs. Alexander 1 of the Miam, Be*, Mesdame* Bnai B rith. on Tuesday. Febru Leo an 3rd. 12:15 p.m. at the Nail ,i.| Thorpe will give *j5 Cohen*.' 'Alfred Sadler, v,.,,;,! demonstrations of radio re-1 tional ,„ lncU „, announce. an invjt ...,.. —hosting the M Umj v \ ected Nominating <"m jpjF Accomplishments Wednesday, Febru M£Z? In commemoration of Jewish •* Temple Beth charge The orgai n.•£ %  <* ^.Defamation League I • ., h Masters. Herman e man In sh Subjw o( in, this concert is he Fr e nds of ^ anJ the Flonda R, n B en l lein and Arbor 1 the Miami Beach Owe Orchestra. ^ % nference Freed of which Richard K. Fink u presich itian5 and j, Sidney dent. Alfred A. Lessor a executive director of the group. Wiiliam T Reivo. former con Stiller. de\ '"!< %  women's Meet Your Neighbor, to a discusv Borin. chairman of group chairman, will act as chair i_. ,..,„„ f _„.. i nr the annual Carnival ano be held on March 8th sion of the accomplishments of the th ;'DadrCounty-iniersroup Edu^for the annual Carnival and Jewish Nationa. 1 Meet At Lear Home ductor of the Fort Lauderdale Symcation CommWtee -*£"*,* B arts ttJi&vz sa £ ?-sa -,. S zoId H adassah TO orchestra are business and profesman of the Institute sional men. civic leaders, and city Serving as Committee chairmen Officials of Miami Beach with Miss Bonn in planning the The next regularly schedu ed The Miami Beach City Council institute are Miss Mane Roberts, meeting of the Mr and Mrs. I mo copoerated in making this first Dr Frederick Routh. MrEliza„f the Henrietta Szold ( napter 01 concert possible by appropriating beth Eapy. Mrs Marcaret DeLaura. Hadassah will be held at the home funds for the rental of the AudiMrs Nettie Altshuier. Ore \\ 0 f Dr and Mrs Edward Lear. 582o torium and the Local Musician's Schwerr.mer. Martin Rubinstein A ] t n Road. Miami Beach. TomorUnion participated by paying the and Gilbert J Baikir. row evening. 8 p.m. salaries of the other half of the Orchestra's members who are union musicians. in I Free Arc We, Wls ( junction with Co Campaign Particip^ erend Joseph Bank, panelists Senator Cb Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chair man of the Jewish National Fund 1 representing politic, Council of Greater Miami, will be | mfnl 1!l| l Baggs, Dj umnist. represent^ for guest speaker. The program is scheduled Sunday evening, 8 p.m.. over station VYINZ. Academy Holds Member Meet; Panel Featured Young Judaeans At Conclave Seventv-five Young Judaeans The Hospitality and Reception r> r David Andron. founder and and Ix aders W JH gather this weekCommittee will be comprised 1 I president of The Hebrew Acadfnd a( Camp Da rom, Kendall, for student* in Human Relation* at the pm> u ,n be guest speaker Mrs | th 9 through 12. The F. metThe Hebr The Institute will be open to all chairman. Dade County School personnel. PTA officers and members, community agency representatives and the public Mist Bonn has ar. Bounced. r.eral meml>er-hip • ups of lemj • n Tusdaj February' rd. 8 p.m.. at the my build.18 • 6th trcct. Miami leach According 10 r David S AnIron president. of the eting are the Cantor KonigfBtry Hebrew Acad emy Women. Room Mothers and the Fathers' Club. Special feature for the evening will be a symposium on: Jews Behind The Iron Curtain—What Can We Do For Them?" Moderator and leading the discussion will be Leo Mindlin. of the Jewish Floridian. Participating in the Panel discussion will be a Board of young expert.-, comprised of Mrs Louis Glasser. chairman of Academy students and graduates. ,nt Women's Division of the Comileth Jacob Fete* Arbor Day Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will present the annual Tu B'Shvat program of the Beth Jacob Religious School on Sunday, February 1st, at 10 am. Boyand girls of the Sunday pre-chool classes, as well a* students of the Talmud Torah. will lake part in the program which will include Hebrew and English recitations and skits Mr Benjamin Kaminet/ky. Shirley Ger stein and Lorainc Safra will supervise the performance. Sully Berman Joins Turk, Newman Firm Ution.s; and Mrs man, principal of Dtmentary School," schools. A question period 1 the panel disnuski ] P. Catsman is Musaila Danvo Alh Masada. Miami Adult Zionist Distri a Cheese Cake Ductj Februan 1st, at the I Hotel. Dancing will >lrs.


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' Q| IRC t JANUARY 30. 1953 Lukas, Mrs. Harman Will Appear At ien's Division Affair On February 3rd i__.i/*n cently been touring the country jn a highly successful revival of "Accent on Youth" and is being featured in the new MOM production of "Kim." In the technicolor picturization of Rudyard Kipling's classic, Lukas teamed with Krrol Flynn and Dean Stockwell, making the three months location trip to India where the film was shot at actual locations described by Kipling. Lukas is married to the former Gizclla Bcnes, a cousin of the late President Benes in Budapest in 1927. Assisting Mrs. Lipton with arrangements will be co-chairmen Mesdames: Leonard Barr, George Goldberg, Louis Goldman. Joseph Jommiltee. She represent-; Lipton, Joseph Rose, and Carl Sussal (ho 6th session of the I kind. feral Assembly in Paris in — *Jewisl !k,,hti l I, u k a s. internationally Ltor. and Mrs. Zena HarFarl delegate to the United will appear at a Women's %  luncheon in behalf of the L| Jewish Appeal, it has bounced by Mrs. Louis I Chairman. %  onor Division event, header-; Samuel Lipton, will be [Tuesday. February 3, 1:30 the home of Mrs. Max 6466 North Bay Road. each. barman ll the only woman bf a I'nited Nations Comfcerving as alternate dele. as rapporteur of the UN Educational, and HumaniPAGE 11 A POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS BOYS SEPARATl CAMPS C I R 1 S I Ith SEASON In the Beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, 9 miles from famed Delaware Water Gap, 90 miles from New York City or/and Philadelphia. Registration quota now open for Florida and South. Enrollment definitely limited. Superb facilities and housing, well balanced program of activities on land and water; mature and responsible supervision; resident practicing Physician, 4 nurses (R.N.) Camp mothers. Florida group escorted to Camp. One of the North's outstanding Camp Organizations. Write for Complete Details or Contact local Representative and Member of Staff MURRAY BAUM 1735 S.W. 17th COURT, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. Miami 2-JI97 Phlla. Office: New Jersey Office: 905 Finance Bid?. 10 Barr Road Bertram U. Woinberg, MA, LIB. Maplewoed, NJ. •irecter [arie 0. Weinberg, B.S.E. Director kg in Jerusalem in 1940, Jmcd charge of the social [bureau of the Jewish Compound I there. Three years • joined the staff of Youth Jerusalem, where she | in close association with Szold, founder and first of Youth Aliyah, con|\rith the immigration of of London, Mrs. HarBeth David PTA To Fete Arbor Day The regular monthly meeting of Beth David PTA will be held on February 2nd, at 8:30 p.m., in the Synagogue. The program, honoring Tu BShevat. will include Israeli folk dances by the students under the direction of Roni Hyman and movies of The Life Of Beth David, 195152. Arthur Fiedler, Boston Pops Schedule Performances In Miami February 21,22 *WA'WWWW^M'tl BlFnuIIJBaUBB** ''' And Bo Butm tt FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vllamln "D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd A Snapp.r Creek 1HSURAN v&* l?0 IINCJlN ROAD MIAMI BEACH TLA PHONE t>-207H / AR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK f n 8 l Of (TfM.l HACl Bernard E. Supworth. Pres. |Z J MMfTT0 *, S0UTN MMM! PH. B7-3W Term. Me, Be Ai ra— %  H Bet Icee £ Builders of Immortal Memorials for the p-Drt O now Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS SiOJM) PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opan Suuuaya Phpne. 4-324B CAMP WINGO HARRISON. MAINE — ON BEAR LAKE BOYS %  GIRLS $450 (Aids $360) Mr. and Mrs. Morris P. Berk Our 24th Camping Summer 24 York Terrace, Brookline, Moss. • 75 oeres of stately nine woodlands and open campus. • Cabin with all modern facilities. • Mature staff with expert supervision. • Best wholesome food carefully prepared. MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE: Bernard Segal 611 S.W. 61st Ave., Miami; Phone 67-3583 \ \ } \ 11 { } } i0 U lt! I £JUNE> DAlRW \ BPANO HEALTH. EGGS BE5T BUTTER peopu dr% talking about the amazing Israel Exposition See it today at 1604 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Ope* lejatfBy thru Tkvrdey, 3 •.". le II p.m. iolvHayymng.7 p.m. te 11 pun.



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lliewilslhJEIIiDipidliiaun LORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1953 SEC. B )t In Seminary Conference fens; Schedule Is Announced Miami's interest in the annual midwinter conference of geological Seminary of America, scheduled here from through 8th". heightened this week with announcement ire's theme. The Bible and Democracy. fj. Friedland, conference chairman, reported out-of-state the three-day conference will exceed 200. while local Trades Division Leaders Given 5100,000 Goal; Group Working Units For Action %  |ers around a breakon Friday. February banquet at the Bis[• Hotel on Sunday lary 8th. [highlight of the banknounced today by Kruchtman. dinner Ispecial preview broadgeminary's famed profeternal Light, will be the Starlight Roof of Ck. news editor of teleWTVJ, will star in. From Illinois, a tale I the life of Abraham [program will be heard er WIOD a wee im Hirsch. of the Ring University of Miami krtrnent. will produce (the play written by nengrad, Pea body tr and one of the outhurin radio and telenodulnl to take parts ire Jerry Schultz. Ivan neth Reid, Dave HenHeather Woodard. kburg, local composer, special music for the ^gistr.ition for the coni take place Thursday, h, beginning at 9 a.m., I Beach Jewish Center. the Center's sisterby their president, jBerm.in. will serve on Ition Committee. The II facilities have been be conference's disposK tu Itabbi Iriving S. (-chairman. •mine;, more than 100 Ivic. religious and gov^adors in South Florida [at the Shelbourne Hopeakfast meeting that I the problem! of AmerUal leadership in the 1 nklin William, vice l-an of the faculty Wsitj of Miami, and Dr. stein, chancellor and If Hi. Jewish Theologiwill preside over the Bsenstein, president of %  a Assembly of Amerguesl speaker at servMiami Beach Jewish Pay night. His theme of the conference. night, the cabinet of tryNational Planning will meet. Sunday's feature an address by Jlein and the special [The Ktcrnal Light. Harry Starr Speaks At Bureau Meeting Harry Starr, president of the Littauer Foundation and president of the American Association, of Jewish Education, will address the regular Board meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education on Monday, February 2nd, at 8:15 p.m. The Littauer Foundation has established a chair in Jewish literature and philosopy at Harvard University, set up the school of Pub" j*V"" lie Administration there and granter ; ed millions of dollars in subsidies i to schools throughout the country | for research, scientific study and academic publications. The American Association of Jewish Education is the nationally coordinating agency for Jewish Education in the United States, serving over 40 Bureaus of Jewish Education, including' Greater Miami. Starr also serves as vice president of the Jewish Educational Committee of New York City and as trustee for Dropsie College, Jewish Publication'Society and the American Jewish Historical Society. The meeting will be chaired by Mrs. Matilda Ratner, vice president. Clarke At Forum Mount Sinai Jubilee Tickets Readied For Distribution Here At the end of two weeks' activity in the Jubilee office of Mount Sinai Hospital, Chairman Leonard A. Wien announced that donations to the giant, fund raising show are coming in at a rate exceeding last year's. Choice front and renter seats are going to contributors of $100 or (more. Wien believes that the increased activity is the result of last year's show which was headlined by columnist and TV star Ed Sullivan who will be master of ceremonies once again for the Third Annual Jubilee on March 5th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The Women's Activities Committee, headed by Mrs. Stanley Frehling and Mrs. Leonard Wien, meanwhile has set policies and named committee chairmen. Mrs. William Capland and the Office Committee have been listing files and checking records, while Mrs. Jane Snetman and the Telephone Committee are contacting previous contributors. The Jubilee will present top talent here for the season, as well as stars from New York and Hollywood brought down by Sullivan. Money collected will be used to make up the deficit caused by added hospital admissions through the Social Service Department and an increased number of visitors to the Out-Patient Department on a free or partly free basis. Leaders and key workers in the Trades Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal heard Division Chairman Sam J. Heiman and Campaign Chairman Howard Kane announce quota of $700,000 for the Trades Division in the current campaign. The announcement was made Announcement was made at the dinner of the appointment of Abe Kronenfeld, pioneer Miami furniture man, to the post of chairman of the Furniture Unit. Kronenfeld has been active for many years in local community welfare work. He is a past president of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. Quota during a pep rally dinner meeting j tot h s group is $15,000. Tuesday night at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. This figure constitutes one of the highest amounts ever set for the Trades Division according to Heiman and represents more than one-half of the total campaign goal of $1,398,000. Progress reports were heard from approximately 20 major trades groups which indicate bust ling activity throughout the county on the part of volunteer workers. According to reports, solicitation is under way in the following di visions: Manufacturers and Women's Apparel, Accountants. Shoes. Retail Stores, and Men's Wear. Insurance. Dentists. Drugs, Printing, Stationery and Waste Paper, Paints and Chemicals, Dry Cleaners and Linen Service and members of the Coral Gables Business Unit. At a meeting i the home of John Serbin, pledge cards assignments were taken by Moe Hillman, Leonard Grossman. Nat Roth, Marim Rurman. Arthur Kahn. Leonard Coleman, Eli Wilier and Henry Jacobson. Executive Director of the Miami Fashion Council, Leonard Grossman, assured the Manufacturers and Women's Apparel Unit that all Fashion Council members will be urged to participate in the campaign. Abe Kurman, chairman of the Flying Squad which covers all non-unit prospects, was also on hand. Announcement of the appointment of Mrs. Harry Gordon as chairman of the Welfare Services Unit, a group which has a quota of $9,000 in the current campaign, was also made. Jules Gillette, Lincoln Road merchant, will head the Miami Beach Men's Wear Shop Unit. Reporting for the Liquor Division, co-chairmen Marvin Levin, Marvin Rauzin and Leo "Chick'' Chaikin said that Sunday, February 22nd will be the date for the group's traditional brunch. A workers meeting was also slated at Rauzin's home for February 4th. Quota in the Liquor Division is $35,000. an increase over the 1952 figure. Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of the Dry Cleaning and Linen Serv! ices Unit, accepted his unit's quota j of $12,000 and indicated that more than 75 percent of the pledge cards have already been distributed. Also on hand to pledge unified support of the Trades Division campaign were Dr. Melvin Becker, Rabbi Samuel Machtei. Joe Post, Paul Darnett. Sidney Goldstone, Joe Mechlow, Lewis Fleischman, Jerome Stern, Nat Winokur, Al Weiss. Jack Daner, Al Sherman and Ed Lcitner. Among major quotas listed at the big rally were: Food Division, $120,000; Building Trades, $90,000; Real Estate, $55,000; Physicians. Active in the Retail Stores Unit \ $25,000; Lawyers. $50,000; and Find assisting Chairman Aaron Kravitz. will be Bernard Sterling. William Weintraub, Sam Ervais, Ted Goldstein. Dan Serott, Bernard Kanter and Maurice Cromer. nance and Insurance. $75,000. Other CJA goals in 1953 include; Winter Residents, $220,000; Hotel Division. $125,000; Women's Division. $160,000. Professor Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami, will review Mania Davenport's work. The Life Of Mozart, at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum tomorrow afternoon, 3 p.m. The Forum meets on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. All Nations Program To Include Israeli Art The All Nations program representing Folk Music and Dancing in native costumes of ten different nationalities to be given in the Dade County Auditorium Sunday, February 22nd, will have a group of Israel Ballet Dancers from the Zionist Youth Commission and the Miami Beach Jewish Center's Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. Ruth Brotman will correlate the Israeli performance. LOOK for this SIGN Hebrew Academy Picnic The Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club will hold a Tu B'Shvat Family Picnic on Sunday, February 1st, at Pit No. 1, Crandon Park. A) the annual mid-winter conference of the lewiah fal Seminary of America are mapped by (left to I Kurt Pe 'ser, Samuel N. Friedlcjnd and Charles H. l h v land chairn "n of the three^lay conclave TfithF by a ban< l uet aX the Ror e Y Plata on I Ffuchtman is dinner chairman; and Dr. Peieer is me National Planning and Campaign Commit. displayed everywhere 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 Phone* 3-4225 — 3-6823 MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutl



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&*i xynn PAGE 2 B +jf*istfkrkMar FRIDAY Move To Bl^kRSifTcation OfUN Genocide Conv, Senators Say They Will Join To Hack Bricker |pn, £ Resolution; US Opposes Forty Signing A atwns |J By MILTON FRIEDMAN : •'. WASHINGTON Wl St* effort ties. Its I DU-bumu ngh W Br: Br:fkcr "* har intent, Human Rights Aceor t yet U us would be killed I • r in part, a ul i'N -• ; to ttai national or rcliging to protect mu is group." _^_^__ sts". He said ... three of the draft %  nQTlwilQl i/rivt? On Uifrii Ron^h NEW Y RK JTA The I %  h Ap%  %  David K Bruce „ .. ,,-_ peals Ito3 : campaign that Brickei iU take P la -' : ''" %  at .of forgotten the the 1 States in 1 ...: : %  • lieve that eminent were prohibited h treatreckon with the obS0DM Jews u fact that the United States inted out to the Ser.a t its standing in the tors that United Stati im of world polil attack with other the despotism of the Kremlin." ion of such The incon tencj between the the killing of human rights objectiveand the, % % %  -hat other "conservative" Bricker mentalitv r-atior United States prevalent in the Senate will be one ZZ r ., out!,tandins lewM I r opei the suppression of the issue '— %  Dr. Leo Picard. Professor of Geology at the Hewl cf Jerusalem, has been chosen by the United Ha a UNESCO Technical Assistance Mission to fessor Picard. Israel's foremost geologist, u iki scientist ever to receive such an assignment team, which will be responsible for both ir search in hydrogeology. will organize and and Tesearch at the Technical University in field work in the location of underground water i be planned by Dr. Picard when he arrives in' Israel In Middk East To N it. rial Inaube held at the H itel in Miami Beach, it announced by I)r Joseph J Schwartz. UJA executive \icc : chairman. Dr Schwartz said that this yearnationwide campaign must brine the largest pos-iblc sums to meet urgent Immigration, settlement. welfare and rehabilitation needs NEW Y"RK IJTAK— Israels representations in Washington against tending arms, to the Arab counhad a salutary effect."' Amr Abba Khan, of Israel, declared at a press conference here "Israel's concern with this question has had influence upon the policy of the United States." he said However." he continued, "in o face the new ad of the most heinous offense of all'ministration President of human David E on record SToupsV' in a general waj in favor of the iling $144 524.250 and that the spite of this, we feel that we must maintain vigilance and alertness in explaining this question. The danger always arises when these queslg the conference will be faced with the re-pon-ihil itj for setting a ,nat ,he %  "' Genoci irtember 29 :48 when he for ~'" l)ft strengthening i %  %  •' %  ear It as an American : that this %  : • : the New York Officer Is Recommended For Medal Of Honor In Korean Campaign NEW YORK Captain Melvin parents Mr and Mr| Garten, de n of World ten. Brooklyn, Ni habeen recommended for The action in *hich Captain -, nt in capa. • the %  tally new of the the Congressi mal Medal of Honor I • for extraordinao her 1 the ** %  "*>* th Korean fighting, it was learned V? hlm a r c '' r nmendation for the la-t week by the Bureau of War Mp dal of Honor took place %  Records of the National Jewish. d ay Octob 27. 1952 on a hill in Welfare Board. Lowe Gallery Is Gifted Originals The Lowe Gallery at the Universit) of Miami has received as a gift from Mr and Mrs. Jefferson Wynne, of Miami Beach, paintings bj two of Great Britain's most r tern Europe celebrated portrait art.sts. Thomas Gainsborough, of England, and %  Iroi coun. Henry Raeburn. of Scotland The Gainsborough portrait is of Koyvv Hvrivu s American \orel To The Mrs Collins, wife of William Collins, a sculptor and a modeller who was a great friend of the antist's. It is the only Gainsborough portrait of a woman which is publicly Word of the event was received from the infantry officer bv his Korea Just ten yards from bunker, a detachment of is j fantrymen a remnant of a company from the 7th Divisions 31st Regiment lay pinned down j„ momentary danger of annihilation (aptain Garten, ignoring a superlr ":. : to lead a relief effort personally, set out to rescue th.beleagui U Happening • was the -ubject owned ,n the **. according""^ the current seaAllan McNab, gallery d.rector. i b) the! The Raeburn portrait is of Dr. ru.Group of the Greater George Wood. Vicar of Raystone C'ak.ng n 'T""",' "'" ?-" d ^ fathcr f Jud ^ Sir --^xaKing on the subject was Richard B Royce, instructor in Enguah Uterature at the 1 niversiti of Miami Royo .. | trends la contemporary v fc :„, n „ urr ''• •••rmir.e th."xtent to which Judg Wood. Both paintings will go on view in an exhibiti. n of English painting opening in the Surf Clab gallery on February 4lh. Following the c]o'> they W1 „ h. brought ,„ £ •-n Lowe Gallery where they will reammunmon and a W pp„ <)f ^ .nd hortes, for rj,"^" "" "^ ade-. evening were Mr ni \i I— %  ;.w ih, „o ,„„ v PrnfossMir >nmed w ek pau.ing onl) to -natch a b tions are solated: tion lregarded si matter of Westail when we ixpiunl Israel then more 1 This issue is notjel remainurgent.; tinue to press it I concerned,' Mr. sized. The people of 1 shaken by sabre I nomic boycotts" Max Nurock. Israffl nate to AustnntT press conferenre England, this wt He cnticuedtatl ment s decision to I state's, particularly 1 plans The piano. I not likely to be joyrideover tbe I stressed that it had no jet P !a M Middle Ka-t to suj.'f are a lough move Studio M Nigh On Miami playwt Stetson play, Al Me. received formance last George Keatblej' rector The acting is feet, and it seen has completely tentionof Miss and hiown work An all Miami of the play *_ University of W partment Musical was cm posed ng (a Jerry Herman been *1 quentl> at the Mfl of esurse. KeatUl of Studio M i Ponce de Leo" Miu StetsoaiJ ha ; n "h" 1 r "' : battle n the course of which his ••R r w" H t was the most eoncentrat. have ever seen. ation Chaii IT" nunvti Aisociate Editor ofithroueh the n-rn.an Bernard the American Journal of Phvs.cs. j than adequ.tc" > was announced here He will tone of reali* :.have >ne for a thre, wa, •• to r„n ^ M A .^ aloF ^ r 7 rF .l'""•Ij with th. Captain M


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JANUARYJP19S3 hinc If {, N .."w York, died 8unirived by hl wife Bertha, P. h three brother* and r 'C;; •%  ",.. l.mlal took lv\? York wit* Hiverslde Rfcapel, Miami Heach, in ,,,,,1 arrangements. LcdMAN Z. BAUM K Abbott Avenue. Miami L| S IIUMI.IV I thai I M' K nt the rentalae <• Newf ,„ burial. A retired real .. ,,,me here eight from .\.a>k and la aur[p|„ wife, Frieda. BELUTCOHEN m( y|vanla Avenue. Miami Kunday. KM had lived u coming from New was a memlier of .,1 „f Beth Ifllan, .Miami iven her husband, Joel: n,l one %  later. Services ,.-,lav at Riverside Me, .Miami lleach, with fcebO rcinetery. ,S. CELIA~~TEPPER \W Fourth Street, former %  who had lived here 2* yeaia. *;\ She leaves a son, HTEughler, Mr. Florence Bain: Harry Zimmerman, and a ... l.cvinson, all of were held Tueedajr B Miami Chapel, with burs,i,, Cemetery. RACHEL~FRIEDMAN nn <\\ Seventh Street, died had lived here 18 Uniting are her husl>aii to .New York for services and SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 IDA E. SHAPIRO 59, of ITS SW Hal Street, pa-s.d away Friday, January 23rd. In a local hospital. Survived by her husband Jacob, one son. Donald, and one (laughter. Mrs. I.ll.l.v Shapiro Remains were sent t.. Buffalo, NY., for services mid Interment by "The .Miami Riverside". General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecka Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 2-2244. 2-6652 140 S.W. 8th Street DR. SAMUEL I. 8ALZMAN M, of 40t N. Hibiscus Drive. Hibiscus Island, died January 23rd following a brief Illness. A retired dentist, he had moved here 14 years ago from New York City He. was a member of the Masonic Lodae and the Shrine. Surviving are his wife, Lynn; a daughter. Mrs. Harry M. Ashman: two brothers, Charles and William, and two sisters, Mrs. Nathan Nemeroff and Mrs. Harry B. Schwarts. Riverside Miami Beach Chapel sent the body to Baltimore for services and burial. WILLIAM C. ROSE 56, a Florida resident for 30 vears, died January 2^nd. He is survived by his wife, Bessie. He was a traveler's agent, associated with the Bliss Agencies and Vurr Tours. An overseas veteran of both World Wars, he was In the Second Quad. Division of the first World War, and In the Medical Department of the second World War. He was a member of Harvey Seeds Post No. 29, American Legion, Franklyn I-odge No. 96, Free Masons. He was a past Commander of the Bloomfield. N.J.. Post. VFW. He held the | Croix de Guerre and Fourreglere. and had 3 bronse stars and the Purple Heart. Services were held Tuesday. January 27th, at the Hellman Funeral Chanel, 1743 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Burial followed In the Harvey Seeds Post plot in the Miami City Cemetery. MISS ROTANO 16, of 800 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach passed away January 21st. Reach Memorial Chapel waa in charge of local arrangements. MIKE JACOBS 72. died early Saturday at Miami Beach. Funeral services were conducted bv the Rev. Dr. Julius Mark senior rabbi of Congregation Emanuel at Riverside Memorial Chapel in Manhattan. ... Jacob's body was flown from Miami to New York Sunday moraine. • HctcC 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St. A Downtown Location, to Everything! Nicely Jointed Rooms. Air-condi>d Rooms are Optional. el Rooms and Sample Roomi • %  i %  %  % % % %  0M0 DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOU*NGE JULIUS LEDERER 85, died Monday. Survivors Include a daughter. Mrs. Stanley Drelfus. Remains were sent to Terre Haute, 1ml for services by Gordon Miami Beaob Chapel. • (tfoapkle and JbeperuJaHe c7i/fe Setorke M IAMI TITUE 4 QhtractCa t 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I TUU Iniuranca Pallets* of Kansas City Titla Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus A Retervn Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 • VII Ml DOG RACING NIGHTLY ( Kxcepl Sunday) West Tlaqlefi KENNEOUIB Utat 9tufaSb.


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PAGE 4B Knights of Pythias Hold Testimonial For Nat Miller More than 175 Knight* of Pythias attended a special testimonial dinner in honor of Mr Nat S Miller at the Colony Restaurant on Sunday. Miller is a Past Chancellor Commander of Roosevelt Lodge and Grand Lodge Deputy of the 7th District of the Domain of Florida He is the founder and fir-t presi dent of the Benevolent No, 177. and is also active in the new ganized Credit Union. Chairman of the evening wsa Adolph Rachhne. with Murray Friedbera. pre-en.t Chancellor Commander presiding. Al Inner Guard of Roosevelt Lodge. in charge tion. Hebrew Academy: Guests Comenc Beth El Sisterhood Has Card Party Sunday The Sister! Beth El will h Sundi I • Zissn .Ella f \ Kornstein Pi Sisti Fund Herman Louis Shap:: Rabbi and Mrs Dti Vorth Venetian Wtj V become Bar morning. January a UI off* van is a meir.lv'" : : The H : %  Great< Academy Quil "-> weeklj on the %  '• • •" %  the Air He is a rt n the Young T udea P;. Rabbi David Shapiro the Bar Mittvi h the Board of | be HeAcidemy. and iU rmaii H< (or ... : : as '"hair:Stal : '' Rabbi S I %  • st. recent Arr York Coffee Shop FRIDAY Q4by Mnieatinnm Herman Shapiro Lou and Pearl Ritz Plaza Dining Room 17fh Street end the Ocean FULL COURSE COURSE DINNERS from S1.95 v ".apiro. grandparmt* of Mitzvafa R^bbi Nathan Shapiro, I're-ident of Yeshiva YavI Rabbinical College in Jeruand Brookhn. New York will be introduced by Rabbi Alexander S Gross Principal of The Hebrew Academy, and will address his grandson, the Bar Mitzvah. Other guests from distant cities art' Mr and MrHarry Cohodaa of i r ir... ,. TX. I are Mr ana .Mrs Harry t <>n3 MENDELSOHN'S MM 9M9m RESTAURANT & CATERERS J W Uf Comer 41st St. & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach Telephone 53-7074 ... Air Conditioned Luncheon Ser ved D a„y From 11 ,. m "" D. Homer — Management HOTEL GOOD D2 ST 1 2th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI MUCH TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER. Owner 2546 S.W. 8th Street Phone 83-6255 AIR CONDITION. -Food To Please All The FamUm DAILY SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH 29c DINNER \ FREE PARKING ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLXl Dinner Served 6 8 P.M. For Reerf*ti| Phone SIl! II PAPPY Says ... I am back in the Lincoln Road section again • • • ready to serve my f r j,„, $ ond gue$tj w,th my fine n.n 3 'OC Air Conditioned ana A room P'.mnerJ Entertainment Your Hot For An Enjc,;i D e Vjcaton JOSEPH WALDVAM J-B i %  ^NCROOM 0 p E f" 28th Anniversary 2£eue CUSTOM TAILOR & Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road 5-3812 Air Conditional RES T AURA' MT KST^j-WSHI^obtS D E L i C A T E S S( Boautiiully Redcora1od and Enlarged The Smart New Spot on Washington Delicious TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS Jh* D.lki... 0.1k*| • C "* H.t "^J Dinners Sandwiches T "" J tmmmm mmm snaums amm *' 4 CALL 5-2655 "41 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIA>0 Opporiu City Hall Hours 11:30 ••"• -''-'"'W^W'W^W-iV^'w'W'W-'W THE APOLLO RESTAURANT] MH04IMW ITS OPfNMC MTfTM A MM* <* t • r m r I r • Cm\r • **• Sfwctalbtofl i. Ori~t.l C^kiH AMD MM f AfcSOW SINSM-KA40t %  NU. U4 AVINUE "^VVV



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MfWvafc 1W3-" +Je*ist>nurJdBixn ilk Chorus To Mark Musk rjth Song Of Songs Concert a Song of SonK-s performed al the Idltorium on Thurs|2th, 8:3 Pm by Kami Jewish Folk bf (he national ccleHuaic Month. %  a ronductor, with Barkin. <>f Adas Isjjon, Washington, fist. Also featured I'earce, soprano, fn. pianist, and Edkrganist conductor of the Ljewish Folk Chorus |a>on, studied at the Conservatory of j Bs arrival in Miami |a-conductor of the he has trained 75 ^s to perform oratatas in four and has appeared as ne Folk Chorus in Erts and 76 smaller Ears, he was music ; Miami Beach Jew-1 I Barkin is returning for the concert by I t. He has appeared ccsiat Constitution | the leading cities United States, ce, an up and comopr.iim. majored in Diversity of Miami, |ied with Dr. Artuco has appeared at ert.s in this city, in|County Auditorium Park frin. pianist, has acKo'.k Chorus since jceived her musical Julliard School of present director of sic Studio. The National Music Council, Miami Beach Branch, chose Mrs. Yomen to direct the Childrens Music Festival of 1952. For three years, she was in charge of the musical activities of the Sisterhood at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Edward C. May is a concert organist who studied at the Eastman School of Music and performed over NBC for several years. He is a member of the American Guild of Organists and has appeared at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums as organist and accompanist. Principal narrator is Maurice Carroll, narrator. Esther Feldman, president, indicated here that requests for admissions are already flooding the Folk Chorus reservations committee. She said that a similar concert last year, also performed at the Miami Beach Auditorium, "was enthusiastically acclaimed and a part of the program is to be repeated in response to thousands of Greater Miamians who requested it." The Folk Chorus will present a repeat performance of Rozinkes PAGE 5B %  I %  • EUROPE ISRAEL Marilyn Pcarce Mit Mandlen. with music by Abraham Goldfadden, as well as excerpts from his most famous operettas and arranged chorus by Maurice Rauch, with text by Nathaniel Buckwald. The featured new number is a first major performance of My Glorious Brothers, a narrative cantata from the novel by Howard Fast, with music by Sonny Vale. 1953 — For Passover • Shavuoth — Personally Escorted For the sixth consecutive year Compass proudly presents its series of personally escorted Spring Tours to Israel and Europe to coincide with the holidays of Passover and Shavuoth. Expertly planned and carefully executed, they offer the most complete program of sightseeing and holiday celebrations in the vital new land of Israel and include also the highspots of Europe. To assure your clients the best to be had in an Israel-Europe tour give them Compass. Departures: March 12 SS INDEPENDENCE March 21 SS QUEEN ELIZABETH May 1 SS CONSTITUTION EXPERTS IN NEAR EAST TRAVEl SERVICE K OVER 30 YtAKS For Further Information and Literature Write or Call HOLIDAY TOURS E. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI Telephone 2-2753 Agents for COMPASS TRAVEL BUREAU, INC., OF NEW YORK 301 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FBONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Berated Minors sad RssilTsring Our Specialty L.-lc G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS 7 CHOICE IMMl... 1st, the partnership ROCHE dissolved by on of full ownership. (inuo the same traUITY PAINTING and SERVICE that yon %  o expect of Reeds 1 snal attention jiven E. Roche MTING CONTRACTOR MIAMI SHORES Nights 4-13*4ww CLASSICAL |N NEW TIME budly presents Jewish Commentators [IS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY 7 to 8:15 p.m. EVERY TUESDAY 7 to 8 p.m. k W ONiy YfOMM ; raocMM HEARD EVfNINGS "DAY FEATURE f> SHAPIRO in MR NEIGHBOR" fEATURI I JSftAH" £*••'' Renertinf Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just as qukk but tastes so superior I This superb, router-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, YOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A rrodvet o( Gtntal fooo'i THE ONIY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOOD-TO-THC-LAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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PAGE 6 B Je*ist>ncrM*_ FRIDAY, Greater Miami'i Directory RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY !" £L^ Agudi. v -' Vt Bth David v i(Jv, Wtl TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will sen ices arc at 8:30 a m hen Rab .„ r ., hi Joseph Rackovskv will officiate Bfth E l :.: Shn hold Friday evening services at D J0 -/'" n "" ,. h nhu>rvance : v ch and discuss: Sabbath Ohxnanci ^ ,. M .„ .. orMun.i ll^u.h Max ShapU<'. jW jrd A\*.. 8.15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: Israel's Song Of Redemption. Cantor SamAnd Blue Sunday LawAt 4 pm Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on .„, MMcbeloff, Slvo.om Rabbi Leon ton Shale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isi-; dor Yulish. will take place. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will ..• NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m. Sergeant Joseph Lamkay and his son. Larry, will be honored father and son. Max Greenberg will act as proxy. Rabbi Harry Ettinger will officiate and discuss: The Pains Of Freedom. He will be assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Alexander Cohen. Mr and Mrs Greenberg will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morn ing services are at 9 a m ; hold Friday evening sen M %  '8:15 pm.. with Rabbi Joseph Narol officiating and discus>ing: A Jewish View of Medicines. Jewish Science And Christian Seance. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 pm Late Forum and Sen ice is at 8:15 pm. when Rabbi Abraham Cassel with <* • ciate Subject of hidiscount A Rabbi's H o n eymoon Cantor Abraham Seif will chant the cal portion of the liturgy Saturday morning sen ices are at 8 30 a m. Afternoon services will be at 5 30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Dailv services are at 8 am. and ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 30 and at 830 p m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss: Meaning Of at 5:30 p m Arbor Day. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Solomon Schulson His topic is -cheduled as: Function Of The hold regular senices Friday at Synagogue In The Community 8:15 p.m. Reverend Rudolf E. Brill Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat follow-1will officiate Arthur Deutsch. Ing will be Mr. and Mr< Bernard chairman of the Religious Commit Lubetkin. Saturday morning servtee. is to discuss the Weekly For s ,, n ^ [n Our HeartsA Menage Of ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Sachs ti>n of the Law Mr. and Mr> Fh will preach on: First Song Of IKinbinder will sponsor the Oneg Guest -pcaker will be Rabbi Shabbat Son ices are scheduled for Schulson Junior services are at 9 a.m.. Saturday, and will be followed by Kiddii-h. F\>9le'Gr*nm* %  •> N Mat '" a, e .... Kb St M H H.al.ah-M.aml sp-mg %  '•• )•;'• %  "* I. 4tn H^;.C %  |, ,k la&iito Cento? I %  v; hjn 111 ovl Mra KMMttl I v I AW., Miami B*aci R r "]*", • RTaah Are M B MD'fw Scxooi Rabbi Blmon %  .-Aw. o Park IMtl Street ind NK s M % %  %  %  K No-th Dade Rabbl Harry KtttMcr, w Dll •• lli*h 1% S %  North S"or* R I Mayer ANramn •/ %  % %  ...• \.,-:-. .. <;:''• T..th si.. Reach Temple laraei 1" .' >-i>h NaroC, Hf-i Miami. Tiftreth l*rael — I M N Miami AT*., West Miami Rabbi Alfred W.nman. Hive, 57*0 BW lTih St. % % %  Young Israel OrthataK, W0t Ch*e Are. Miami Brnrh Zimori Rj %  : Ru.li.lf Brill. Conit Zamora Ave Coral I-.,! • J*.3u a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 530 and 8 30 p m. Guest speaker will be Rabbi PinchaBn-kman Survival. Saturday morning services are at 9am. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor David Silverman will chant. assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. An afternoon class in Bible is scheduled for 4 p.m.. and will be followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at 5 45 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Fridaj evening services at 530 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Subject of his discourse is >chedSeudos Daily services are at 7:45 tiled a.-. Orthodox Jewry On The a m.-. and at 5:45 p.m. March Cant r Aaron Weingarten uill render the musical portion of, FLAGLER-CRANADA JEWISH CONGREGATION will hold Friday the liturgy Saturday morning COMMUNITY CENTER will hold evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8 30 a.m. when F nda> evening senices at 8 p.a,,^ !" ,* Lj 8 P m whon man will discuss The Wlth Cantor Elisha Cerner rendergue> Kabbl Jac b Kaplan W1 dis ing the musical portions of the !" s S,an An< i ** The liturgy Saturday morning senices %  Salva, '" n of The Lord. Saturday Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, grandfather of the Bar Mitzvah and president of Yeshiva Yavneh of Jerusalem and Brooklyn. Now York. An Oneg Shabbat for children is scheduled for 3 p.m.. and will be under the supervision of Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mincha is at 530 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. and at 6 p.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN TIR will hold Friday evening aerv| ices at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m.. when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and discuss: The Exodus We We Need A 1 Miracle To Cross The Present Red Sea. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sterenstein will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Junior Congregation services scheduled for 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs, William Scherer will be hosts at Kiddush. Afternoon services are at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Philip Gain, president, will speak on the topic: A Synagogue Is Being Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gaux will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Jack. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker, will read the Torah. Reverend I.o.i Heim will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER -will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with guest Cantor Joseph Malek rendering the musical portion of the liturgy Speaker will be Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Kiddush will be recited by Bernard MiiloffT 1 services a* rs Jacob Go ld4 M,u h CaagoT-a, man w,l| ren(W ** tions of the serv*' BETH DAVID $y_ he'd Friday eve •nd Cantor Mauri* i ting, assisted b, Choir under the ( Jack Donnerstag. w course ,„ ^gj Shapiro is schedule,; Is Not Complete i, program will be w the Oneg Shabbat j_ ing senices are at |, Rabbi Shapiro m Weekly Portion. NOWIJI NEW BU HO0YI AWNING 6921 N.W.T4J PH. 84-2SE7' Awninft • Solarium • | Torpojlini • ^ leach and Carin I Lawn and Unln I Canvas Paint • I "We Mate -t.r-k-, k( vV'GUST BROs l\ %  ,'W Rough Road. Junior services are it 9 a m. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mrs A Bergman will be hostess at the Kiddush following Mincha is at are at 9 a m when Henry Gordon morning services are at 830 a.m. will read the Torah. Dailv mornwhen Rabbl Simon A P nl wiil ing services are at 7:30 am In preach n ,he Ueekl V Portion Can. P^K fu lowedb > Shalo, Seucharge of speaking arrangements tor Berelc Kelemer will render the do,. Rabb. Moses Mescheloff will are Io „ ^ !aster ; 3 j" !" musical portion of the liturgy. A preach on the Weekl) Portion, j Shaw class in Misfana is scheduled for Dailj services are at 7 a.m. and, ... 4.15 pm. and will be followed by '"' 3 P m BETH EL CONGREGATION will M ncha and Shalos ^dos. hnld Friday evening services at _.._ 1_ sundown Saturday morning servTHE HEBR EW ACADEMY will ices are at 8 30 am. when Rabbl h "' (l rr'^ay evening services at morning serv. and will be conj Alexander Gross. I of Herman I.ouis, I Kiddush honoring Mr and Mrs' ?""*) n^Tl' Mincha ls at 5 S f 'f, abb and M "" Dav,d Sha Samuel Landau will follow MinKhl^KS £*? Seudos ^ "'" ,ake f, lac AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will h il Flay evePALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT Seudos and Maariv. 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IANUABV 30. 1953 Sjgfagflfrafee PAGE 7B MADE EASY ,1 shed below is another in a series of lessons in mcdem conversatirm*i H-K— L .. „. .shed weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete 7er^^lZte Kn r n ,""" g ,he fundamentals of the language a, it is now spoken i n iZTand i! HnT T EU Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty memoW at th H eir.,,^A 7 I ^2" ac h. Th,s and subsequent lessons will appear here inTonZncticm SSr*!? Academ "' M & WMBAf on Sunday, at 2 p.m. Eru.tled. Let Us CSS Hebrew the l^T ZT [by Mto Spector and is a /eature o/ Jacob SchachteV. Jewish HoZr'A. fEEFl£. I !" ride the visual aid necessary to participate in the course WUh FUmdtan je main meal of the day is at noon and it takes two hours to eat it Big. delidous of hearty, wholesome soup are followed by generous portions of potted, roasted or beef (or veal, or lamb, or chicken) with lots of bread. After this, there are fresh in abundance, and the most popular beverage is gazoz (soda), bottle after bottle. 'arning: Eat wisely, but not too well of foods cooked in oil. They are usually too for the American digestive system. you are counting the pennies, plain but good food can be bought cheaply at the caferun by the different workers* organizations. The only difficulty is that you will have it your turn on a long line. • Tov Mo-sbeh. Ham-mis'a3lrrp ITMQ .fBto',3te dah bir-chov Jfrr-zcl 3 uL. Be-vak-ka-shah mel-zar ten li tr8 "> TO ,1xba ,ntt?33 taf-ritha-^o^o-ra-yim ^J^ it is, the food is very Hin-neh ha-uf-rit, ha-ma* D^PMM XTW/O n£l 'acha-lim te 'i-mim me'od WANTED OSCAR ZIMMERMAN, about 60, believed to live in the Southwest section of Miami. He was born in Czechoslovak ia, had been a University Professor and is believed living with his brother, Emil, and sister, Paula Kahan. He is being sought by David Loewi, of Tel Aviv, Israel, a cousin. IMosheh. The restau: is on Herzl Street waiter, give me the Fieon menu • kind of sandwiches iyou? liches? Plenty! 'Ei-zeh kri-chim yesh le-cha? Ke-ri-chim? Yesh va-yeshl J>. PH. 3-2065 • Greeting Cards for Ail Occaoione • Stationery Napkins and Matches Plain or Personalized • Paper Table Covers and Towels • Gift Wrapping and Ribbons • Toys and Party Favors • School Supplies • Qifta We npeciallxe In fast service for announcements ;uid Invitations Engraved Tharmographed Printed |< ARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL A/R COHOITIOHEO ar Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel pl]| JMT THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forain On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10 to 11 A.M. Station: WMIE (1140 c<\ dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by Public Notice! WATCH AND WAIT FOR FEBRUARY 22nd After Five Years of Continuous Developing and Beautification, We Are Proud to Present to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami THE MOST BEAUTIFUL Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 25 ACRES OF FAMILY BURIAL PLOTS Proudly t.tmitvtl at 1125 N.W. 137th STREET (off 7th Ave.) — %  — %  • Single and Companion Graves, Family Plots Mausoleum Gardens FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY • Sensational Low Prices ... Watch ... Wait! Watch Next Issue of This Paper for Dedicatory Details GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASS'N Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery H. SIMONS, Chairman, Dedication Committee } AND MIAMI BEACHTS FINEST AND GEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 >F AV.P 24-HOUR SERVICE f lERICrVS MOST BEAUTIFUL FVKERAL HOMES n ^J 0 ** ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • W. HEARD. Funeral Director SIMM StIDlH Ml S.W. 17* Ave. Ffceae S2-54S0



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+Jeis*J}*rt!L PAGE 8B Roosevelt Sister* riun Meeting Roosevelt Temple No 88, Pythian Sisters, "ill meet on February 4th. 8 p.m.. at 500 S\V 17th Avenue Mrs. .lack Broun. Most-ExcellentChief, has announced that the group's recent "birthday party ami polio drive" netted $233 and has been turned over to the March of Dimes. Mr>. Bernard Kaplan, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, are now selling tickets for a Theatre Party at the Tower and Parkway theatres from February 22nd through 28th. Proceeds oi the sale wul go t" the Heart Fund which receives a check from the organization annually. Golda Myerson Club Has Clothing Drive Members of the Golda Myerson Club. Pioneer Women's tion announces a drive tor clothing which will be shipped to Israel. Mrs \ i Si tzer. president, indicated that pickups will be made by phoning 82-2930 or 9-0089. raDAY^JANUin y, liV.Ml. Adulta pick Otileem T ho young Adult Group of the Beach -lewish Center anI ,,, ,nr.ct activities of the p tor DM coming year. Bob Stone, n.-wly elected presiu ;, be a-isted by Arlene tatt, vice president. Other rordln g secretory; Phyl.ss (.old.rrespondiill secretary: and Don Marks, treasurer. \, u committees and their chair wll be announced at the next meeting of the croup to take place ,,„ Wednesday evening. February 4th In the Social Hall of the I n Ier 1701 Washington Avenue. ih.program for the evening will he highlighted by a satirical sketch oi a •all known television show written by F.laine KYau&s. *> SMAR! \U6tto?> Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand Fred MacMurray and Vera Ralston in c scene from the Trucolor adventure. Fair Wind To Java, which opened in a world premiere at the Beach and Paramount Theatres yesterIn connection with the opening, the stars of the picture, iding Miss Ralston, MacMurray, Victor McLauglin and Buddy Beer, were present to make personal appearances at both theatres. SERGE V. MANKELL SIGNS TRUCK UTTIKIHC • WAIL! BOAtOS GoH leaf All KINDS Of UTTltlMG 1719 S.W. 1st STREET Phone 82-3759 -ii.tr 1925; \ •FAMOJS SINCE 1S37 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand trWl Academy To .Mark Vrbor Day; JNF Drive Gets On Way ish Arbor Daj w. i al lo a m Friday, in the oi rhi Hebrew S Gross, principal, announced thai Ihe daj whuh markthe beginning <>i the n in Israel will be ti> the planting .>! dift fruit trees by the i of thi V li my. Pupils will march with hoe and chanting 1-' f Tu evat MrMiriam Donnerir, will lead the sinf. that Ihe %  • he current [or thi "f tn lewish Na lional Fund, l JNF drive %  than 1.100 trees amounting to $1800. Home-Bake this Kosher ^CAKE Ulf n IN $S THAN 4 MINUTES FROM PACKAGE TO PANI No fu. no tricks! Add milk... and mix, for perfect resales every time! So easy with Dromcdar>7y\ Koihtr, too? It bori th \ / World Prer THURSDAY IAN. 29th HI The Si In fVr*o R LIGHTS MUSIC C The BEACH PARAMOUNT Ticktts Now On uA 1 THt MOST FAMIU ADVENTURE OF THE TREASURE SOUTH SEAS! (JUV Ctf I Itlttt ^medar/Cak^Mi/ Whil Cakt • Dl food • &ngtfbrad • Fruit Cok • Fudo Froifir.9 • Dot* M*i Cup Cokt Mm • Corn Muffin Mm nd othtri. HERBERT J YATB prtMtitl FAMOUS NUMIIR MEAT PI0DUCTS MANISCHEWITZ AMERICAN MATZOS *• o 9 They're so crisp, fresh jnd light — they're 9 special delight! 40* m" pCfilO* KOSHIft Distributed by 1733 N. W. 7th Avenue UALITY DELICATESSEN WIATS SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP l' 1 S* SOUTH HtntliD ST C %  C* lii-taradc Food i o. Phone 9-845P r*f MANISCMIWITZ UNSAIHO IQO*. WMOII WHI1I MAUDS HOLLAND HONEY CAKES ARE DELICIOUS NO FAT OR SUGAR USED EAT FOOD THAT IS REAllY GOOD FOR YOU IN EVERY WAY BUY ONE TODAY !! Distributed by Cochran Distributing Co. 161 N.E. 30th St. J GRADE


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^2??^Wb^tfto#7 iSSS fir PASSOIfEE. make sure your family and friends M food-short Israel can enjoy the traditional Seder feast aive £trif> &r$fic*tos for $10, $1$ or $25, which they can redeem in our Israel gift shops for their choice of ration-free foods, Strictly Kosher for Passover ... or 'parcel Cbfjffcnks for your choice of five special Passover parcels, packed from bulk slocks in Israel and ready for delivery, $11.50, $15.50, $20.50 and $25.50 phone, write or visit our showrooms or our authorued aacneics everywhere \> ,N. r.i6 MU 6-8160 MI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 LINCOLN ROAD — Ttl. 5-0346 SIMON SEIDEN b3 S.W. 17th AVENUE — T.I. 82-5480 and 58-1686 Convalescent Home In Core to the Elderly and j |ll. 2* Hour Nursing ServDiets Strictly Observed. Semi.Private Rooms. [ALLEN. Director I .'. '2th Avenue a.5437 and 9-0278 Se. or Phon. M. NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9381 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. •07 Blscayna Bldg. K W. Racier St. NO SALT! NO SODIUM! Yet so tasty that even those not on a saltfree diet love them. Why tolerate flat, tasteless breadstuff's any longer? .. put flavor into that salt-free diet with STREIT'S UNSALTED M ATZOS A* STREIT'S MATZOS *ON SIMII, INC.. ISO RIVINOTON It.. NEW YOtK. N. Y. |isr;oed %  X e f • • I V • I y By PI-GRADE FOOD CO. IW. 7th AVENUE PHONE 9-8456 MIAMI HEALTH FOOD CENTRE Dilbe^r Wi.£. ROS ? TOWN HEALTH FOOD SHOP r '" Natural uZtH^'S'lA" 4 Salt-Free Food. > St., n lt U ^. a h c F n 1 0d £fod Supp.ements. Health Acmp 05 t F"r", z r ee B^? r k no D Ware Lending Library. Books. P2'2 N w 7Q.i .2 a ctoria Processed. f' "r.*, M RKT MIAMI 38 FLORIDA u,rec or Telephone 7-7502 \m and Usg^ ^ Wing machines .^! — %  Eva Daniels Is Royal Matron Of Laurel Court Eva Daniels has been elected Royal Matron of Laurel Court No 11. Order of the Amaranth Others elected to office areJoseph Steiner, Royal Patron; Camilie Weinkelman, Associate MatronHenrietta Apner. Conductress; Eva Kronn, Associate Conductress; PAGE 9 B iced riant !)ou/ Ttl9 ••-441 AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. • C41CUL4TOM • Tfffwa/nai *SS I.E. 2nd Ave. .-; FOR BEAUTY. COMFORT, AND LONGER WEAR % %  Esseco Seat Covers Superior Workmanship On Cmmm4>rtibh> Tops — floor Panels Headliners — Mastic Seat Carers 5722 N.W. 27th AVENUE PIIOM: n I- V' > V^V



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+Jtl5tilto*#M. FRIDAY, l| 'SD^^^OFM I ndustry InTk>Jt~i .art under tenl I by the %  ^ was transformed from a failure into^oomjenlement_ An Isaeli story to match the Rolfe episode is that of Zalman lory. The, had been enja, Yershalmy. He has demonstrated ^ B ^ that Israel no longer need depend here too. *ey £ J on other countries for much of its makers Tni > Degi textile raw materials. Flax has with the two> mach nes become an important item in the T agricultural economy of Israel, gave the brot arLtoens are booming in Israel. tunny. Th Not the least interesting aspect y_ of •art under teni \ by the When the State o! Israel is ashed, the Yen .Imy enterlarge tl orth East "' '" ''' i to const tute an %  empir. But Zalman Yer%  • ,v thagrin A. Is it not | : l %  ', • iks a it tl • i % % %  % %  P 1 v. they say. out I plant to process ,uo .. now tX begins .ore ,han a £? d quarter of century back in Bialyline of product.-. stok. Poland. It is the year 1927. The business growl qua ters The family of Zalman Yershaln > —nine brothers and one sisterare sitting around the table. Thintalk of their plans and reach a decision to cast their lot with the pioneers heading for Palestine. It is decided that, at first, two brothers and a sister should migrate. In due time, they arrive in Tel Aviv. In the basement of a humble dwelling, they open their f acRabbis Appoint Committee Heads First meeting of the year for the Greater .Miami Rabbinical Association included installation of the group's new officers. Rabbi Max Shapiro, outgoing president, acted as installing officer. Assuming posts were Rabbis Moses Mescheloff. president, and Morris A. Skop, secretary-treasurer. Memorial tribute was also paid to Rabbi Jacob Honie. of Hollywood, who passed away several weeks ago at the age of 40. Committee appointmentincluded Rabbis Leon Kroni-h. of Temple Beth Sholom. to study the relationship between Jewish Centers and Synagogues here; Irving Lehrman. of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, to study the needs of a chaplaincy in local hospitals: and Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, to j %  ., to Ramat Can. S n thej are prong a variety of items I Egyptian cott n ; gium flax. The business takes on such dimensions that they ordei 3.000 modern spindles from AT. rica. Later they buy 10.000 cotton spindles. They begin to git large orders from the B::tl.-h Government. During ;r.c war. the Tommies I who block Rommel's path in Cairo, in the gloomy summer of find shelter for the most son Institute to under| i xperiments more than 2.500 acres di voted to growing flax in Israi 1 e n< w Pishotoon Flax w irka, financed by the Israel Bond funds, will provide this raw material for a multitude of textile U saving Israel many milof dollars m scarce foreign mrrency which hitherto went tutsidi I untry Israel will. vi linens for its own} requirements but also for export A booming hr.cn industry is being born. | Israel's Protests May Stop Egypt's Arming By BORIS SMOLAR WASHINGTON NOTES: There iniuch talk in Washington about the intention of the IS Government to conclude an arms agreement with "... In fact, some people are under the impression that the menl would have been concluded already if not lor the time ly protests from Israel The question is whether this postponement lindefinite It is obvious that Israel Will have to be con stantly on the alert in Washinghead community relations and pubton, especially since Premier Na UC *5[' ... 4 Euib. Egypt's 'strong man," is The Association meets on the lead which Egypt is taking in demanding that the Bonn Government should not honor its repara tions agreement with Israel is considered conclusive proof that the new Egyptian regime has no intention of accepting the offer of peace and friendship extended by Israel's Premier David Bcn-Gurion. It hualso been established that a number of professors at Yale University are publiclj sponsoring the Arab point ol view on Israel affairs Jewish leaderhave been alerted to the fact that antiIsrael sentiment habeen developing in certain Connecticut communities as a result of the drive first Wednesday of each month at rotating Jewish congregations. Food, Home Show Slated March 28 Greater Miami Food and Home show workers this week completed distribution of brochures to area manufacturers and merchantThe show opens in Dinner Key Auditorium on March 28th, and runs eluding the United States hankering for an invitation to visit f or clothing b) Mi.Idle Fast relief Washington The key to the cr „ u ,,. an ,| ,„,. Council of church situation will probably be in the e s Speaking of Connecticut. hands of President Eisenhower a study of communal conditions when he enters the White House there has disclosed that a number on January 20th Those who of Jewish communities in the state |oppose the idea of America's supare facing incipient tensions with' plying heavy arms and aircraft to Catholic and Protestant neighbors Egypt point out that, for purposes as a result of their tight to prevent of internal security. Egypt has in the pa-t several years obtained arms from different source.-, inthe growth of released time and sectarian observance! in public school. nine days. Cecil E. Kirby. former Miami city commissioner, is chairman of a group of participating merchants and is assisted by Truly Nolen. Frank J. Holt and Hoite Agey. It haalso established some armament plants of its own. purchaed mainly from Germany It inow receiving jet planes from Britain They argue that the Jliverj of heavy arms to Egypt Red Cross Sets $282,132 Goal of 1882,132 has been set Fund i impaign of A goa for the >•? **> *&-.* Intensive activity is in full swing in Haifa with t)*| second half oi the citrus season. Strings of Israeiii freighters are loading daily at the Jewish state's %  brng the famous Jaffas and Shamuti oranges to j tables of the world. A representative of the Citnsf Board recently described Israeli citrus as hariajf possibilities" on foreign markets. Methods to i of the outgoing produce bound for world-widti have recently been introduced. Cltriculture in I expanded and developed through the assistant! Bond investments. NCCJ Wll 25th Am NEW YORK versary of the Nil of Christians and! celebrated by so coast to coast all t beginning with th ance ol Brothwaai| February 15th thrt Theme of the! bration i"Tweatjl practical achii hood." Roger • chairman of the jci and BrotherhoodM said. 1053 BONN JTAi—A plot by highranking Nazis to reestablish a Nazi regime in Western Germany was smashed last week by British intelligence agents who moved in the Hamburg and Dusleldorf areas to seize seven exofficials of the Nazi guard. They were charged with conspiracy to overthrow the West German Government. An intensive investigation was being pressed by the British and other Western intelligence agencies to establish the reported connections between the Nazi con-pirators and Communist Fast Germany. High echelon Nazis, working with the East German Communi-twere believed to have been attempting to pave the way for a new German Reich. Evidence has already been found, it was learned, of contacts between the Nazi gang here and high ranking Nazis now living in Italy, Argentina and other countries. City of Miami publicity director, by the United States would be inMaurice Kargher is executive diterpreted as strengthening Egypt County Chapter of the rector. against Israel And they stress American Red Cross Prizes valued at $15,000 will be the fact that last February, Israel People of thiarea will be ask given with an automobile as top; applied to the IS Government for cd lo contribute 'luring the fund award. Home appliances for free military aid grant but that no ac distribution include radio and TV tion on this application has been taken sets, refrigerators, washing machines and vacuum cleaners, according to Kargher. Three thousand food baskets are on the give away list, and national food processors will distribute thousands of dollars worth of samples, the director added. Purpose of the show is to introduce innovations in the food and home fields and to demonstrate goods and services manufactured or provided here. Diversified e n t e rtainment by film, TV and radio personalities has been promised by the director. Community service and charitable organizations will be given a number of booths to display their work and explain their functions. drive scheduled to begin on March 1st. and continue for two weeks For services which the National Red Cross will render in this country and abroad during 1953 the nT'V ". local Chapter has been asked' to, X££ contribute $116,901. The budget is $93,000,000. A Local Residents Remain On JDC Board as yet Incidental^, the feeling that prevailed in Washington in the early days of General Naguib's regime that his regime might refrain from hostility to wards Israel, has dissipated'. Evidence to the contrary is being and is being met bi Red < ross' n ,um l mpnt b > Moses A. Leavitt, nationally and abroad'because of, J1 ', ( r • x ecu,l ve vice chairman. Ml services to members ol the' oo.w a ct,on t0 k plM


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.MAI YACW* f, JANUARY 30, 1953 soi rojw r/7 LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE m J UDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No. 1560*5 ii K\I: SIMMONS, "'' '• Plaintiff %  .piR SIMMONS, Defendant E BY PUBLICATION t-,,l'Ki: It SIMMONS ii. nl. matters, western Area nil. A.P.O. 227, i/o Post. \.. York, N.Y. [| HEREBY Itl-XJIIRED to ol % our Answer or other i., tin' Hill of Complaint for lip, I against you herein, on %  tiffs Httorney. THEODORE ON i me Lincoln Road BulldHl | :.: %  • l>. Florida, and file al thereof with the Clerk of Court. "" or before the first larch, 1953; nlheiwlse the al„f Mid HIM Will be taken ...i by you. Ihii 20th day rf January, i; I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Clreult Court I!v: R. II RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk I/I-1J LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B %  CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN )P DADE COUNTY, FLORCMANCERY. No. 18*059 |T U ALKKR. Plaintiff U'AI.KKR, Defendant. riCl BY PUBLICATION BTEIt WALKER, 51 Bradford Flushing. L.I., NY. hereby required to serve %  Answer to the Bill of ftii Divorce upon Plaintiff's ml lo file your original Anst Office of the Clerk of the Hurl "ti or before the 2flth day 1953; otherwise the Bill %  tint In! Divorce heretofore %  anas will be taken as OU. .Miami. Florida, this L'Oth iry, I95J. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court ll.ll \\ STOCKING, 1 heputy clerk -,,f YONS, 910-12 Olympla r lot lua. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 1BM73 I1LADYH QORMAN, Plaintiff vs. LEWIS GORMAN, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: LEWIS IIORMAN Hill tlrand Cimniur.ii' Bronx, New York You are hereby notified t.at a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you HIP hereby required to.serve B copy of v,,ur Am'. "S.1 "*-. 1 !?,"'".. "'" f Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney arid file lb, nrlgInal Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ('.,,,. ,,„ 0 r before the 18th day of February, 1853; oil,, rwlsi allegations of said BUI of Comthe be. taken as onfeaaei HI plaint will against you. Dated this Ifith day of .lalHlar. E. B. LEATHERMAN, 1 ii ik of i 'ircnlt Court By 11. H. KICK. .Ill • '••all Deputy iJlerk ftEORCE J. TAI,IANOFT\ ESO Att.rrney for Plalnttfr. 4L'n Lincoln Hond. Mlnml Be*eh. J-'iorlda 1/WM — 2/6-13 .J %  M %  W8 -i Mi CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN |R DADE COUNTY, FLOR[CHA-.CERY. No 154067 AltXU K, Plaintiff, lARXlCK, Defendant, CE BY PUBLICATION -',!: iIARNK K. Uti M.r|d \\. n ii. Brooklyn, N.Y. • rebj n quired to serve Uu wer to the Bill •: I I on Plaint'fT a file he original Ansof the Clerk of the %  n ..r before the Mth VI >. I Ml; otherwise. Complaint for Divorce bare>l herein will be taken as la \>al. ml, Florida, this 20th \ I) 1953. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the circuit Court hade County, Florida Hi WM. W STOCKING, I leputy Clerk ..I \S, 910-12 Olympla Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME -LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring: to engage In 1 |PJ. 8 f v .?" de, :„ tn fictitious name of J. SYDNEY WOLFF ASSOCIATES ?,' 'J 3 .,i w n "<" %  Drive, Miami Huach. Florida, Intend to register said ? SITO with the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH S. '.Vcil.Fp ANN WHI.I'K HERMAN ORAYfHiN Attorney for Joseph Wplff and Ann Wolff I/16-23-3U — 2/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S HEREBY OIVBN that -II ing to engage in fictitious name of NOTICE the undersigned, d, bualneae under th CARIBBKAN COKMINii-ATioif, at '•':nm.v'. r .•I. ,•„ 1 :,' r l co,,rt •" ""•• Sjl* 'ONES. sit. MA Rio |(. .\tAUTINEZ LEGAL NOTICE 1/9-16NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • ourt .,t uade count v. Florida gOLDlE ORBER and AMOS BSN/AMIN UAN 80lt ow er Attorney for Owner: l/£I-I(t — K/u-i:: that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME CAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of I'AL.M li.MlliKXS, id T.'iJ-Tfiu,Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend Jo register MI id nnme with the Clprk of HIP Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JACK LENNICK ANN LENNICK A BIDD CUTLER Attorne) for Palm Hardens I/ZS-S0 — 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDERFICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HaJKEBY OIVKV k,,'' .S !" ? 1 ""'*?*"'esirlnK to engajre Ii Rswwniws: at'fer^Fw 1 1Mb Avenue. Miami, F,a., "intend i.i th. ,8 f5eeS! d r""*" l,h h ">"* Florida rt "' Hde -'"nty. STKPIJKN'T S? 'ITELN,C At i:"'';:> „ ,,,r applicants 1 >. \\ Jiinl Avenue l/-l-iS-tQ DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that the part2iir '' "' e!,l| p rrlebi-rt and Claire Krlebert trading as Claire Aiwrtments in Miami Beach, Dade County, F'la has been discontinued and dtsaolve.i as of Derember 31, 1952. 1/9-16-2S-.-I0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^N ft N D F OR ADE COUNTY, FLOR l D A I ,„ IN v < T HANCERY No. 1648W-B yRRA\ LEVINE and SAM I.KVINK O/b/a SAMSON BLOCK CO. VB Plaintiffs CORBIN D LANCASTER, ,,/k/a & P ; %  LANCASTER and ill.l.LN A. LA.MASTliK. his Wife, ..,.._ __ Delendants v N T l .?. E O F MA STERS SALE NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the underabjned, as Special Master ma., and by virtue of the Final l-ecrey Heretofore entered.In ihe above 'M-d .-ause. on the :n„t dav of December. 19.,.', will offer for sale nd M-II at publl. auction for cash, to the nlffbeal and best bidder, at the south front fl,„, r ,,, thr ( -,„ mtv Coat* llouw ado ( ounty In the City of Miami. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the unriersigiieir, desiring to engage, n business under the fictitious name of si.NBAD MoTKL, at Blacayne Bo vard and Northeast 62nd Street Miami, Florida, intends to register .-.. d name with the Clerk of H„. Cll ill Court of Dade County, Florida MARTIN HOTEL, INC. By: MARTIN T. fl'MiDMAN President ATTEST: JEANM: GOODMAN Secretarv .STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, Eso Attorney for Applicant 1/30 — t/t-it-t6 of IN CHE IT. IN CE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF TH JUDICIAL CIRCUP R DADE COUNTY, FLOR CHANCERY.. No. 185t9S /.Mil. Plaintiff *l K, Defendant. IT FOR DIVORCE -i: MITZNBR, 7!M BlackI.".Angeles, Callfoinia. notified that a Bill of %  has been file.I %  Hi I II. ie, |U lred to II Answer or PleadComidalnt on the IIAItol.D SHA! Road, Miami Beach, 'In original Answer the office of the Clerk 1 '-inrt on or before the iruary, m:,3. if you 1 in by default will you for the relief ni lb. BID „ f Complaint. Ml ORDERED at Miami, da> of January, 153. • II I.EATHERMAN, 'erk, Circuit Court, Bade County. Florida ''•> It II. RICE, JR. Keal) Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und.i tinfictitious name of THE RANCHER MOTEL, al 1780 N E It6th Street, North Miami, FIS Intends Co register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'mrlda. CHAR-THBL CORP. B) HERMAN LAWNBR, I : .asuicr ALBERT I. RosEN Attorney for Char-Thel Corp. "to 71st St. Miami Beach, lia. 1/16-23-30 I •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietitlous name of FASHIONS OF MIAMI, at Z239 N.W. 2nd Avenup, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIAMI FASHIONS, INC. BERICK. SHAPIRO A FTtlED Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 1/16-23-30 — 2/6 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FL£m D N A TH ,^ UD i c J AL C/RCU.T T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE 7..y, NTY ,N CHANCERY. No. 156106 PHILIP DFMBNER. Plaintiff ROSE DEMBNER. Defendant _„ „ SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE OTMBNER, 16.,., fnlon Street, Brooklyn, New York „ ?, u r ? h r,,, v notified that a Bill of Complaint for DtrWrce has been rued against you. and you are re|UlrvJf "'serve H copy of your Answer or Plead ng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN E KE8SLER, 4 B.W. 2Snd Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer ,.i Pleading In the offl.-e of the lerk of the Circuit .Ourt on or before the Hal day of Feoroary, IMS If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be take,, against the relief demanded m thi Complaint. Mo.NE VXD ORDERED at Miami, ,,;''J' 1 1 ''' "" s -'1 1 O"! "f lanuary, AD. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ircult Court, Dade Countv, Elm ida Bj M V GREEN (Circuit Com t Seal) 1 2J-J0 2 6-11 Dade < ounty, Florida, on the 2nd dav V. .'-!"'''• h i !?'• '"'•" %  the hours o'f ll.tsi O,I„,K a.m. and *2:()0 o'clock P.m.. the same being a legal sales day an. I the hours the |ej B | hours of sale, the following described property, lying, situate and being In Dade Ciinly, Florida, lo-wit: mJrrii£ ro U f5..i. ,n K, pk 5 CAM BRflKiE LAWNS PARK KCBpTVlSION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Rook 50} I age 4 of the Public Records of Dade Oonnty. Florida, together with all the tenements, hereditaments and afipurtenants thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining, being sold to satisfy said Deere.'. Miami. Dade Countv, 20th day of Januarv, DATED at Florida, this 1953. HARRY SORBON SAi-L QB^ST*' Ma ter ln CBomcery Attorneys for Plaintiffs OENET A OBNET 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla I/SS-S0 — 2/6-13 •OU I Bill of %  si N ^J'S?„ B Y PUBLICATION L N J.tl* C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No 15M04 FRANCES LILLIAN I ..iputy Clerk,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STONE'S LAUNDERETTE, at 3073 S W ^7th Ave Miami. Intend to r.-Klstpr salil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C RC U T COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .NCHA A N N cV F0R ADE t SPIRT iRY. No. 1560*2 SI' IT I \S T FOR DIVORCE th. I %  luir -I HIT. 101 Berkley NVJ. -in. are hereby notlitalnl for DlI i Mains! you, and '" sen. a %  ,,,,. ,., alng t,, the Bill the plaintiffs At'.AIts. i s W 22nd %  •n.i nie the original HI the offlee of Hi Court on*or 1 "i February, IM4 ni lit In • STEPHEN F. Attorney for I s \v. ttnd A vi 1/16-23-30 — 2/6 EDITH II. STONE IllHlKIlT \V. STONE KEKSLER Applieants NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI SHELL M>'G. CO.. at 2724 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to registersaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILENE, INC. By MILTON FILLER. President STF:PHF:N F\ KBSSLER Attorney for Applicant 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue I 16-23-30 — 2/6 rV|.\ I i •i, %  i I. v.iu fin the f Coih' Miami. -,'" January, 'f-ATHERMAN. i rf ; utj Clerk %  P "A" R LA F W CT TIOU6 %  iv arvBN to rnifane In %  I hut "• %  'he fi,.|.,i "* :u,r '" 1 s l HIPs '"!"" "••'• %  of tit II'lnI Ida. Int, n ,l. I the Clerk •t>. nanti ur < "I lm-le".'-ou • NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 S. W. 6th Stre. t, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde County. Florida. ALLEN R. DENN BERNARD TRACHTENBERG I I.AWRF:NCE COLLAUD 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155069 F:LBURN TALIIOT and NATALIE TAI.BOT. his wife. Plaintiffs vs. MARGARET C .IACQl'F:S, aka MARGARET c RUSSELL and RCS8EL, her husband, 1 '.-rendants SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: MARGARET C JACQPES, aka MAROARET C. RUSSELL and KISSEL, her husband lH7lh Street *• 37th Avenue Dade County, F'londa Mailing address: Rt. 3 Post office Box 131-D. Hollywood. Florida You Margaret c. Jacques, aka Margaret C. Russell and Ruasel, her husband, are hereby notified that a Bin of Complaint to Foreclose MortPMJ6 has lieen fllpd anain-l you, and you arp rpi|ulred to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleadings to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attorney, AMos BENJAMIN. 506 Olympla Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISrd day of February, 1958. if you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida this -'1st day of January. 1HS1S E II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM W STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk 1/23-30 — 2'6-I3 vs. WILLIAM R FD 1 Altmar. New Yoik, SUIT-FOR TO: WILLIAM E. You are hereby of Complaint for DEWEY, Plaintiff E. DEWEY, sit. 1 'efelllailt DIVORCE DEWEY, Si: lotified that a Bill Divorce has been filed against you, and you ore required to serve u copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of cmnpiaint on the plaintiffAttorney, STEPHEN F KESSLER, 1 S.W. ^nd Avenue, Miami. Honda, and file the original Answer or Pleading ln the pfflci the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of February, 1953. 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 DONF: AND ORDF:RED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of Januarv, .\ |i 1*51. B D. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I'.nie County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal! By WM. W. STOCKING 1/16-23-30 — 1/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156-399 EDITH 0 WARREN. Plaintiff vs. HARRY ALLEN WARREN, aka HARRY WARREN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BARRY ALLEN WARREN aka HARRY WARREN New Orleans. Iulslana You, Harry Allen Warren, aka II .rK,7*W? n Br ? hereby notified Hi, ., mil of complaint for Divorce habeen filed against you, and you are required to serve %  copy of your Answer or I leading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, AMOS PEN JAMIN, 505 Olympla Building. Miami. Florida, and. file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of February. 19.-.3. If i fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complnlnt DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of January, Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, By WM. W. STOCKLNOi Deputy Clerk 1/23-3.1 — 276-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersign.i. desiring to engage In ss undei the fh Htlous name of SHOW FIR SHIELD CO, at 2221 S \\ t7th \o. Miami l-'ia Int< nds to rei Id s with the Clerk ol ihi Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner L9-16-2/1 '" AN '" <**. Owner) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III 111 i:Y GIVEN that the undersign I, desiring t *•<>:•• In business mill l the fictitious nal >f XKRI'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, a317 Hid St., Miami Beach. Fla Irtend to register %  aid name with the C:erk of thCircuit Court of Dade Counts, Florida. MOLLIF: GOLDSMITH BETTY HASP1L HENRY Nl.'HMENBACM Attorney for Applicants 1*41 Seybold Building l/-l-n-l9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BILL MILLERS RIVIERA, at 17'. Weal Avenue, Miami Beach, Dnd.. i"ounty. Florida, Intends to CPg4*ier said name with the Clerk of the On cult Court of Dade County. Florida. B M It. com-.. a Fluid., corporation BPRNETT ROTH Attorney for II. M. R. CORP.. a Florida corporation 41J Congress Building Miami. Florida 1/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ngme el P.IONDIX LAUNDRY, al US N.W Eighth Avenue, Miami. Dad.County, la, intends lo register said name with the ciei-k of the I ;it Court of Dad,' Count Florid ANTON MIK.'I.ICII (Sole Owner) WILLIAM I BRENNER ISO Llm oln it. ni \li.in,I Heai !>. F la. 2 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEI "111 OIVEN" that the undersigned, desiring to engage In mi i, i i he fii tltious nami ol NEW BINOAPORI LOUNGE, at 223 Hrd street. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to reglater said name with the CHerk of the circuit Court of Dnde Countv, Florida. SEYMOUR CORP By ALFRED MASARoNE. President SEYMOUR B. L1EBMAN. Atty. eai Lincoln Road Ml ml Beach. FV-rlda 1,9-16 23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 155902 SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOOK. Plaintiff, vs. MILTON THF:DORK BOCK Defendant. TO: MILT'iN THEODORE BOCK: IS 511650 7.'. Co. "H" 2BW OTB ORTC Aberdeen Prov. Or. Maryland Y'ou are required to serve a copy of ;. our answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th da) of February, A.D. U6I; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 14th day of January, isr.3. F: II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade Codnty, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) l:> WM W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN iiij3 seyboM Bidg. Miami. Florida 1'16-23-3(1 — l/l IN THE CIRCUTT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156884 JOSEPH GALLAOHER, Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN GALLAGHER, Deren NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: EVELYN GALLAOHER ., Nettie Riten..i!: :: % %  :. Bast Libert] street Charles Town. West Virginia YOU, EVELYN GALLAGHER in herein notified thai a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed agalnat you, and you are required to serve B copy <>f your Answer or I lug to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ROBERT .I LEWI80N, 7is s.ii,,,I,i Building. Miami 12, 1lorjda, and file the .. Answet oi Pleading In the offl the ci.rk of the Circuit Court Eleventh Judicial circuit, in aid foi Dade County, Florida, on or before the 16th day of February, 1153 if you fall t*. do so, judgment by default will Intaken against you for the lief demanded in the Bill of Con plaint, This notice shall lie published mineach week fur lour consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDMRED in Chambers at ^tlanii, Dade County. Florida, this 16th dav of Januarv, ItS] E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk 1 16-23-30 — 2/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Bctltlous name of KILL MILLER'S MIAMI BEACH RIVIERA, at 1750 West Avenue, Miami Beach, I'ad.County. Florida. In ni.is to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida B II R CORP., a Plol Id i c poration BURNETT ROTH Attorney for II M R CORP. a Florida < "i poration 412i 'ongress Building Miami. Florida IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29386-B In Re ESTATE OP SOPlE DIENER, also known as Sofia Dlener. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saiil Estate: You. and each of you. are In-Lv notified and rei|uiie.l to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, muv have against lb'estate of BOF|B 1'IENER. deceased late of Miami. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dado c,,unty, and file the same in their office in the County Courthouse in Dade Countv. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred S.-e Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 5th. A.D I5S. /s/ ABRAHAM DIFINER As Bxeoator of the Last Will and Testament of SOPIE DIENER. Deceased. MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN, Es-ts. 6a0 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. Attorneys for FIxecutor 1/9-16-23-30 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The; Jc-wUh Floridlan aoHdt your lexjol notice*, W crpprttcltlt* TOBI pcrtronac/o) and QUQTQDIM accurate) HMN art le>qal rate*. Phone 2-1141 lor moanenger gerrica. SEITUN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAQEg PHONE 9-3836 lee S T M |AMI *. FLA.



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ions Leaders Convene For Seminary Meeting
Lf leaders of the
hrisb Conservative
gathered in South
eekend to plan forth-1
ties of the Jewish
iminary of America
led bodies, the Rab-
Ibly of America and J
Inagogue of America.
Lntion is being.given |
hid winter conference j
j1 Planning and Cam-1
ittec because of an
jcy statement by Dr. i
Itein, chancellor and
jhe Seminary, and by
chairman of the
Lent is expected to
Conservative position
Jewry's responsibil-
Ll I lie Midden increase
in anti-Semitism in Central and
Eastern Europe.
More than 100 of South Florida's
business, civic, religious and gov-
ernmental leaders will meet with
Dr. Finkelstein at 9 a.m., today, to
discuss methods of advancing
American spiritual leadership in
the world.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president and dean of the Faculty
at the University of Miami, will
share leading of the discussion
with Dr. Finkelstein. Samuel N.
Friedland, chairman of the mid-
winter conference, will serve as
host at the breakfast in the Shel-
borne hotel.
Registration for the three-day
conclave will continue today at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Members of the Center's Sister-
hood have been serving as the Reg
istration and Hospitality. Commit-
tee.
Charles H. Fruchtman, chJhrman
of the annual banquet at the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel, reported to-
day that reservations are still
available for the Sunday evening
dinner at the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel.
Dr. Finkelstein will deliver his
major address Sunday night on the
conclave's theme: The Bible And
Democracy. His address is expect
ed to broaden the Seminary's posi-
tion on policy of 1953.
Professor Sam Hirsch, of the
University of Miami Drama De-
partment, has produced and di-
rected a special program of The
Eternal Light, the Seminary's
famed radio series for the Sunday
night dinner. Ralph Renick, news
editor of television station VVTVJ.
will be featured in the role of
Abraham Lincoln in the play. The
Visitor From Illinois.
Peabody winner Morton Wishen-
grad wrote the presentation, which
will be heard Sunday, February
15th, in Miami over radio station
WIOD.
Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer
ica, will deliver a guest sermon at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center to-
night. The services will mark the
official opening of the conference
according to Rabbi Irving Lehr
man, conclave co-chairman.
Saturday morning services at
the Center will feature an address
by Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
of the Seminary. The program is
scheduled for 9 a.m. Dr. Harry Hal-
pern, chairman of the Rabbinic
Cabinet of the NPCC, will preside
at a discussion of the Biblical
sources of democracy Saturday
afternoon, 4:30 p.m., also at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Moshe Davis, provost of
the Seminary, and Rabbi Joel Gef-
fen, director of field activities,
have been in Greater Miami
throughout the week, helping to
organize special leadership semi-
nars which were held Wednesday
and Thursday at the Shelborne
Hotel.
Some 500 persons arc expected
to attend the various sessions of
the conference. A special break-
fast will be held Sunday morning
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter of the NPCC.
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ions Leaders Convene For Seminary Meeting Lf leaders of the hrisb Conservative gathered in South eekend to plan forth-1 ties of the Jewish iminary of America led bodies, the RabIbly of America and J Inagogue of America. Lntion is being.given | hid winter conference j J1 Planning and Cam-1 ittec because of an jcy statement by Dr. i Itein, chancellor and jhe Seminary, and by chairman of the Lent is expected to Conservative position Jewry's responsibilLl I lie Midden increase in anti-Semitism in Central and Eastern Europe. More than 100 of South Florida's business, civic, religious and governmental leaders will meet with Dr. Finkelstein at 9 a.m., today, to discuss methods of advancing American spiritual leadership in the world. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of the Faculty at the University of Miami, will share leading of the discussion with Dr. Finkelstein. Samuel N. Friedland, chairman of the midwinter conference, will serve as host at the breakfast in the Shelborne hotel. • Registration for the three-day conclave will continue today at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Members of the Center's Sisterhood have been serving as the Reg istration and Hospitality. Committee. Charles H. Fruchtman, chJhrman of the annual banquet at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, reported today that reservations are still available for the Sunday evening dinner at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Dr. Finkelstein will deliver his major address Sunday night on the conclave's theme: The Bible And Democracy. His address is expect ed to broaden the Seminary's position on policy of 1953. Professor Sam Hirsch, of the University of Miami Drama Department, has produced and directed a special program of The Eternal Light, the Seminary's famed radio series for the Sunday night dinner. Ralph Renick, news editor of television station VVTVJ. will be featured in the role of Abraham Lincoln in the play. The Visitor From Illinois. Peabody winner Morton Wishengrad wrote the presentation, which will be heard Sunday, February 15th, in Miami over radio station WIOD. Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president of the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer ica, will deliver a guest sermon at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tonight. The services will mark the official opening of the conference according to Rabbi Irving Lehr man, conclave co-chairman. Saturday morning services at the Center will feature an address by Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of the Seminary. The program is scheduled for 9 a.m. Dr. Harry Halpern, chairman of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the NPCC, will preside at a discussion of the Biblical sources of democracy Saturday afternoon, 4:30 p.m., also at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Moshe Davis, provost of the Seminary, and Rabbi Joel Geffen, director of field activities, have been in Greater Miami throughout the week, helping to organize special leadership seminars which were held Wednesday and Thursday at the Shelborne Hotel. Some 500 persons arc expected to attend the various sessions of the conference. A special breakfast will be held Sunday morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Center of the NPCC. I i i N


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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
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January 30, 1953

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Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
PrCSS 111 Attack Smothers Sees Return
Predicts That Israel Will
Seftr Relations With Moscow
iht, 1953, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ontinued its press and radio attacks on the Jews and
the State of Israel last week with unbridled ferocity,
s in London forecast the severance of diplomatic re-
llsrael and the Soviet Union.
|ed the break would be initiated by Moscow's following
pil of the nine doctors accused in a "Jewish plot" to
eaders of the Sov- --------------------------------------------
vakia and Poland. Both these Com-
munist regimes had declared Is-
rael's envoy, Dr. Arieh Kubovi,
persona non grata.
Mr. Sharett said, however, that
for the time being, Israel will not
nominate a successor to Dr. Kubovi
in the dual post.
A JTA dispatch from Tel Aviv
last week reported another move
by the Polish authorities to des-
troy all contacts between Jews in
Poland and their coreligionists a-
broad. The Polish Legation inform-
ed a local attorney seeking infor-
mation about the family of a client
that it would no longer give infor-
mation to Israelis about Jews liv-
ing in Poland.
Kremlin, these
would use the
the doctors as
hostile intent of
and therefore as
Ihe break,
rk Herald Tribune
London that in at-
paeli leaders, "the
[evidently seek to
into breaking rela-
spare them from
jlative." It pointed
event Russia suc-
king a break with
en for granted the
ean satellites will
dispatch noted,
the hopes of the
|.i" id Jews who want
Communist coun-
ith Satellites
regardless of the
Duld not take the
ever diplomatic re-
Soviet Empire was
Jerusalem^where ev-
Is the need to main-
Is, the tenuous links
(rapped behind the
represented by the
ins and consulates
[inference broadcast
el Radio, Foreign
Sharett affirmed
Government did
breaking off dip
- with Czechoslo-
Hungriin Aid Program
The American Joint Distribution
Committee announced that "in the
light of present developments in
Hungary," it was no longer pos-
sible for the agency to operate
there, and its relief activities in
that country were being terminat-
ed forthwith.
"The JDC in its work of relief
and rehabilitation of Jewish vic-
tims of war and persecution has
scrupulously refrained from polit-
ical activities and has never dev-
iated from its principle of exclus-
ive adherence to its humanitarian
role," Edward M. M. Warburg,
JDC chairman declared. "In the
program of aid in Hungary, car-
ried on in behalf of the aged and
the sick, of widows and children
ge Arabs With
istile Border Policy
(JTA) The Arab
[Israel's borders, es-
n. have adopted a
toward Israel and
rded the armistice
tiich they have sign-
Colonel Haim Ga-
enior delegate to the
Armistice Commis-
here last week,
pit the "tightening an-
both in the Mixed
nmission.s and along
had become evident
meeting in Amman
ei of the Arab dele-
United Nations
mistice bodies. The
Dnference marked a
Hi for the worse, Col-
elared. As another in-
he Arab attitude, he
I that the Arabs have
ng dismissal of Gen-
E. Reilly, American
true set-up, who
said, "wants peace."
'of the worsening sit-
[*the Jordan frontier,
revealed that three
Diving Arab Legion
ken place in two
f
weeks. In addition, Jordan had re-
fused to release Israeli soldiers
who accidentally crossed the bor-
der, although Israel and Jordan
have an agreement providing for
the early exchange of such troops.
As a result, Colonel Gaon declar-
ed, Israel has denounced agree-
ments with Jordan which supple-
ment the armistice pact.
The Israeli representative also
took exception to the activities of
Colonel Bennett D. Ridder, one of
General Riley's assistants, assert-
ing that the officers "inefficiency
was not helping to improve rela-
tions" between Israel and Jordan.
Colonel Ridder is currently chair-
man of the Jordan-Israel Mixed
Armistice" Commission.
The Israel Government this week
distributed a year's supplementary
food supplies to a Bedouin tribe
living near the Syrian border. The
food was supplied by the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
to some 370 Bedouins in the vil-
lage of Bakara, which is located in
the demilitarized sone of Israel ad-
joining Syria. Supplementary ra-
tions had been distributed monthly
in the past, but UNRWA recently
recided to change the system.
since the end of World War II,
the JDC has remained faithful to
these principles.
"In the light of present develop-
ments in Hungary, it is no longer
possible for the JDC to continue
to operate and it is therefore ceas-
ing its relief activities in that coun-
try as of this date. However, the
JDC as the representative agency
of American Jews, will continue
to manifest its deep concern on
behalf of Hungarian Jewry as well
as on behalf of other Jewish vic-
tims wherever they may be."
The Jewish Agency announced
in Paris that it was ready to pay
"the total cost" of emigration to
Israel of all Jews who can escape
from behind the Iron Curtain.
The London Daily Telegraph re-
ported from Vienna that the Ru-
Continued on Pag* 4 A
*****
Einstein,
Urey Hit
New Bias
NEW YORK (JTA) Profess-
or Albert Einstein and Dr. Har-
old C. Urey, the atomic scientist,
condemned the Soviet drive
against Jews in statements to
the New Leader, a weekly pub-
lication in New York which has
been fighting Communism for
many years.
Professor Einstein said: "It
gees without saying that the per-
vasion which manifests itself in
all the official trials staged by
the Russian Government, not
only that in Prague, but also the
earlier ones since the second
half of the thirties, deserves un-
conditional condemnation. The
most appropriate step would be,
in my opinion, a kind of cor-
porate condemnation from the
side of recognized authorities in
the field of science and scholar-
ship. The advantage of such ac-
tion would be that it would be
obviously independent from pol-
itics."
Dr. Urey declared: "In the
'workers' paradise of the USSR,
gross injustices are done inten-
tionally by government officials,
directed by men with cast-iron
hearts and minds at the very
top. No need to read the evi-
dence. There isn't any. But I
protest these crimes and I hope
others do, even though one ex-
pects that the protest will fall
on the deafest ears in the whole
world."
To Rules Of Freedom
By UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE SMATHERS
Written Exclusively for The Jewish Floridian
Now that the Republicans have regained control of the govern-
ment and the Democrats are the minority party, we may see vanish
an uriexplainable anomaly of recent yearsan aversion by the so-
called Liberals to the rule of freedom of vociferous protest.
In the Senate, the tradition of unlimited debate may be pre-
served to the eternal gratitude of us in the minorityand to those in
the minoritieswho have been misled by those who would exploit
them on the pretense of championing their cause.
The effort to apply the "gag rule" on the Senate was the first
firecracker exploded in the new Congress and the Senate voted this
down 70 to 21 in the conviction our founding fathers were right in
establishing rules, customs, and traditions under which this nation has
grown great. The rule may be now revealed as a bulwark for that 21
who otherwise could always be silenced by any combination against
them. In the past, it has blocked the drafting of railroad workers; it
kept off the books the dictatorial "Force Bill" and it has permitted
cool heads and calm better judgment to assert itself in many explosive
situations.
This fight goes far beyond a mere issue of the "Filibuster" or the
"Gag Rule". It transcends the question of civil rights and problem
relating to race, color, or creed. I am by no means original in assert-
ing that the filibuster is a major, indispensable bulwark for civil rights
for minorities and indeed it would be ironic if filibuster were swept
away in the name of civil rights.
For, the filibuster is a legislative device, honored over the cen-
turies by the protection it has afforded, wh.ch gives strength to a
minority when its interests are threatened by a narrow, and perhaps
accidental, majority. The filibuster itself cannot block legislation. It
can only force the issue to the acid test, and where it has the force
of overwhelming public opinion with it, it can avert political tragedy.
But of itself, it can only force the majority to garner strength of at
least two-thirds, which should always be possible where the welfare
of the whole nation is involved and the force of public opinion is with
the advocates.
We hear often (as we heard in that unfortunate affair which de-
stroyed the Democratic Party's chances at Chicago) that the filibuster
is a denial of the American principle of majority rule.
Who adopted the principle of rule by simple majorities as funda-
mentally American?
Or, to put it another way, what is an American majority? Is it the
two-thirds strength in the Senate required to override a veto of the
Presidentor approve a treaty? Is it the three-fourths vote of states
required to ratify a change in the constitution? Is it the two-thirds
vote necessary to shut off debate in the Senate and force an issue to
a vote, where the will of a simple majority prevails? Or is it always
to be the simple 51 per cent advocate by so-called "liberal" block. Shall
it be 51 per cent of those present. 51 per cent of those voting, or 51 per
cent of those entitled to vote?
The answer, of course, is obvious. The founding fathers, recog-
nizing the existence and the danger of the "tyranny of the majority"
wrote into the Constitution and the able patriots who have served in
the Senate during 163 years, have written into Senate rules a means of
defeating hasty, emotional, and possibly oppressive action by a major-
ity. It is part and parcel of what every school child learns as the
United States Government's system of "checks and balances".
It is the essence of our constitutional system that there should
be easier and harder majorities to assemble, depending upon the
gravity and the impact of the decision that the majority is being called
upon to make.
A search of the record reveals that filibusters have not deprived
this nation of any beneficial legislation. Wc have come through six
major wars, prospered, progressed and grown, but Senate rules remain
substantially the same. Let us not, therefore, now change them for
the sole purpose of forcing a compulsory F.E.P.C. for the danger in
such action far outweighs any temporary claimed advantage.
I'm happy the Senate as its first act this year successfully met this
challenge to our democratic institutions.
A Visitors Committee meets at the Algiers Hotel to map plans for participation of vacation-
ists in the Mid-Winter Conference of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America sched-
uled for Miami Beach on February 6th through8th. Left to right are Morris Kaufman, Toronto,
Canada; Lawrence Lipson, Forest Hills, New York; Harry M. Roren, Jewish Theological Sem-
inary; Abe Malamuth, New York and Atlantic City; David H. Pleet, Philadelphia; Dave
Levinson, Algiers Hotel; and Charles H. Fruchtman, chairman of the Conference Dinner.


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FRIDAY,
Jewish Home Cites Donors
*^ ^^------- ______ii.. in inil i:it 1IIvl
Celebrating its second anniver-
sary at Douglas Gardens, the Jew-
ish" Home for the Aged of Greater
Miami will hold its 8th Annual
Membership Meeting at 150 NE
53rd Street. Miami, on Sunday.
February 1st. 2:15 p.m.
Abe Kurman. president of the
Home. M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman
of the Board, and Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, president of the Women's
Auxiliary, announced that some
1,000 of the more th^n 2.000 Home
members will attend.
"Our move to Douglas Gardens
in 1951. which nearly doubled the
capacity of the Home in its old
quarters on S\V 12th Avenue."
said President Kurman. "would
not have been possible except for
the leadership of Judge Harold B.
Spaet. former president of the
Home, and Jacob Sher. who in-
itiated the Sher Plan by which
almost S200.000 was raised in 1949.
"On Sunday we will pay public
tribute to those who fulfilled their
pledges of S3.000 or more through
the Sher Plan." A bronze plaque
will be dedicated at the meeting.
Names oi contributors inscribed
i are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barsky,
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Beckerman.
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward L Cowen,
! Henrv and Anna Diamond. Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin Fleeman. Mr. and
'Mrs. Samuel Fricdland. Mr. and
j Mrs Moses Ginsberg. Family of
Lena Greenberg. Ida Hutzler. Ben-
jamin N. Kane.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koren. Mr
and Mrs. Abe Kurman. Marcic Lib-
erman, Mr. and Mrs. Baron do
Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mevers. Joseph A. Garfield. Mi-
ami Beach Women's Auxiliary. Mr
and Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sher. Mr. and Mrs. Harts
Sirkin, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M
did so much recently in initiating
and carryins through the plans for
!the Jack Ablin Memorial Build
ins."
The Home is a beneficiary agen
cv of the Greater Miami JewisB
Federation A master plan for a
new Home, of which the memor
iial building will be a part, \
pected to incorporate the joim
Ihinlcins ol the Home. Federation
and consultant experts on in
I problems and needs of the Jewish
^Specialists on aged institutions
including 1 S. Loewcnbcrg and
Kurt Her/, chairman and secre
tarv of t'.IFWFs National Com-
mittee on the Aged, met here rec-
lontlv with representatives of the
Home and Federation. Kurman
said. We want the Jewish com-
munity to know that we haw 00
grandiose plans for the Home We
have every intention of proceed
in very carefully and only In con-
sonance with the real present, and
carefully estimated future, institu-
tional needs of our area
The Home has made substantial
ress during the past year in
ting the physical, heath, cul-
tural, recreation, religious and so-
cial service need! oi its t'">
dents, according t" Board I
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In its two years al Douglas Gar
dens, according to Kurman. tin-
Home has outgrown its !>'
plant. "There is a dire need for
adequate facilities for the care ol
the lionie's bedridden, wheel-chair
and semi-ambulatory residents." he
said.
"Just as leadership came for-
ward in 1949. through the Sher
Plan, so new leadership has come
forward to meet the present nee!
of the Home. We will also pay
public tribute Sunday to David
Phillips. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
and Colonel Jack M, Arvev who
SHIES HA-SIIlltIM
Souji Ol' Songs Concert
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. 8:30 P.M.
at
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
17th STREET & WASHINGTON AVENUE
f t AT U R I N G
My Giortoma Brotherg
A NARRATIVE CANTA1A MOM NOVEl BY HOWARD FAST
Muiic by Sonny Vole
ALSO eY FOPUIAR REQUEST A REPEAT PERFORMANCE OF
Boxinke* Mit Mnndlen
EXCERPTS FROM GOlDfAD?N S FAMOUS OPERETTAS
Arranged by Maurice Rouch
PRESENTED By
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
BCN r0*EN, Conductor
Co,or Jacob Barkin, Tenor ^^ ,
Margaret Y.men, Pln,s. Edward C. May, at the Hanmssd Croon
NARRATOR MAURICE CARROU
Ticket* .. Miami Be.ch Auditorium
4.00 3.00 2.24 1.75 US T., lncluo,d
man M J. Kopelowitz. It has been
able to meet these needs by means
,',l (he cooperation and assistance
0f Mount Sinai Hospital. Jewish
Social Service Bureau. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
Bureau of Jewish Education. Rab-
binical \ssonation and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
he said.
presidents and administrative
heads ol these organizations have
been invited to the annual meet-
ing Carl Weinkle. president of
Federation, will be one of the
speakers.
Nineteen Board members will
glso he elected at the annual meet-
ing Recommendations of the Nom-
inating Committee for a three year
| term are: Sidney Ansin, R. W.
\pt.\ Jacob Chaves. Mrs. Isidore
Cohen. Edward L. Cowen. M. J.
S. J. I-'reedman
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In addition K .
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S I. Bernbaum. Baron
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dents; the late Monte j
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secretary; Mrs Sol Sili,
responding secretary
Mrs. Moses Krieger
secretary: Mrs Benj*.
Mrs. Jennie Crossing^]
de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs
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IV, TANUABY 30. 1953
+J**lstifk)r*fter
LjdiMenuhin Concert Great Success,
ording To Chairman Max Orovitz
PAGE 3 A
i Yehudi Mcnuhin conceH at
- Reach Auditorium last niRht
Led a spectacular start for the
bite of Israel Bond Drive na-
Iv.
, joint statement released to-
4ax Orovitz. concert commit-
lairman; and Julian Venezky,
L,an of the board of the
Ecan Financial and Develop-
[corporation. reported that
Inspiration provided by the
L of Miami will provide a
|to local communities from
|t coast "
committee paid particular
to efforts of men's and
j's organizations in Greater
who contributed to the suc-
| the Israel Bond Sale in con-
ii with the concert. Mr. Orc-
hid one woman Volunteer
Isold 40 Israel bonds; another
5, and many sold more than
JUs.
lis kind of effort on the part
Terican Jews can indeed pro-
the salvation for the the-u-
[of our fellows who eek to
_j a home in Israel. In buy-
onds we help provide the
National Homeland with
.1 improvements which cre-
hs The more we can do to
faze private capital to invest
State of Israel, the sooner
I be able to see a homeland
,hi Shapiro To
IrpMs Zionists
hi Max Shapiro will address
Kionist Luncheon Club on
t la\ February 4th at 12:15
It the Ritz I'laza Hotel on
Beach His topic will be:
Ism and the Soviet Union".
bi Shapiro is Spiritual Lead-
Congrenation Beth David,
I he has held the pulpit for
1st 20 > cars. He is the found-
he Zionist Council of Greater
one of the founders of the
Zionist District and has
| on the Budget Committee of
eater Miami Jewish Federa-
te guest speaker is also a
f Historian and taught He-
listory at the University of
[for a period of five years.
featured on the program
Charles H. Lee who will
| a digest of the week's news
eli and Jewish content.
Zionist Luncheons are an
(Wednesday function of the
[Beach Zionist District, head-
Fred Jonas as Acting Presi-
VI Ossip serves as Chairman
pstmaster, assisted by Dan
Jack Fishman, Irving
nan. Frank A. Gordon, Faye
[and Mrs. Ossip.
Bonists and their friends are
to attend.
which is economically self-suffi-
cient."
The Israel Bond drive leaders
said that funds provided to Israel
through charitable contribution
cannot be the complete answer to
the little nation beset with tre-
mendous problems of growing
pains.
"It is only in creation of profit-
able business that the people of
Israel can hope to see salvation.
With economic prosperity will
come happiness for the thousands)
of families who yearly seek refuge |
on those shores."
The Yehudi Menuhin concert!
was described by music critics as
one of the outstanding musical
events in the current season at Mi-
ami.
Many attended the concert in
formal attire following cocktail
parties held throughout the com-
munity in honor of this social
event.
The capacity house in the Miami
Beach Auditorium gave a tremen-
dous ovation to the great violinist
at the conclusion of his concert.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Women Sponsor
Donor Lunch
The Coral Gables Chapter of
B nai B'rith Women will have their
Annual Donor Luncheon at the Al-
giers Hotel on Tuesday, February
3rd, 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Rae Imber, donor chairman,
has Mrs. Arthur Zinner as treas-
urer and Mrs. Frank Smulson in
charge of reservations. Awards to
the high donor and free member-
ship will be given. A queen for a
day will also be selected.
Stoy Is Named
Heart Fund Head
Charles 0. Stoy, assistant dairy
supervisor for the Dade County
Health Department, this week was
named residential chairman for
the 1953 Heart Fund campaign of
the Heart Association of Greater
Miami.
Appointment was made by Paul
Walker, director of the county-
wide appeal which will open Feb.
1. Dade County's appeal will coin-
cide with that of the American
Heart Association, being directed
nation-wide by Bruce Barton,
chairman of the board of Batten,
Barton, Durstine and Osborn, Inc.,
advertising agency.
Walker said Stoy will work with
17 dairies to map a coordinated,
effort to reach the estimated 134,-
000 families that buy milk through
dairy deliveries.
"Plans are to deliver personaliz-
ed appeals to milk consumers on
Feb. 13 and 14," Stoy explained.
'This will be the fourth year
dairy owners and employees nave
cooperated with the Heart Fund.
It is our hope that we can attain
the most complete coverage pos-
sible this time and do a job of
reaching all Dade Countians that
will surpass all previous efforts,"
Stoy added.
Walker said the 1953 goal would
be announced soon, and he indi-
cated it would "be considerably
higher than last in keeping with
the tremendous need for expansion
of the program to lessen heart dis-
ease."
Dade Center
Lists Aetivities
Gilbert Balkin will be guest
speaker at the next meeting of the
North Dade Jewish Center, on
Wednesday evening, February 4th
at 8 p.m.
A Monte Carlo Night affair is
being sponsored by the Men's
Club and the Sisterhood of the
Center will be held tomorrow ev-
ening, January 31st, at 8 p.m. Dr.
William K. Boros is general chair-
man.
Merchants and friends have re-
sponded to a call for donations of
gifts to be used as prizes. In
charge is Frieda Blank, chairman
of the Gifts Committee.
Proceeds of the affair will be
used toward the building of class-
rooms for the Religious School of
the Center.
The Sisterhood of the Center
will hold a White Elephant and
Rummage sale on Friday and Sat-
urday from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.,
February 6th and 7th, in front
of the Key Shop at Shell's Super
Market. Mrs. Harry Schumann is
chairman of this project.
This February 2 A wt ;$dtbratt:ffc#
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Social scientists at the University of Florida show active in.
terest in the problem of intolerance and subversive groups in
the United States and the state of Florida. The problem is
illustrated in the book. The Troublemakers, published by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Receiving copies for
the University are (left to right) Dr. Winston W. Ehrmann, pro:
fessor of Sociology; D. R. (Billy) Matthews, former director of
Alumni Affairs and newly elected representative from the
Eighth Congressional District; Dr. Rembert W. Patrick, head
professor of the Department of History; and Samuel Proctor,
associate professor of Social Sciences. Copies were also pre-
sented to the University Library.
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Soil Specialist Will
Appear At Forum
Der Yiddisher Forum will pre-!
sent Jacob- S. Joffe at its weekly
meeting tomorrow evening, 8:30
p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion. 1415 Euclid Avenue.
The speaker is a professor of
Pedology and a research specialist
in soils at Rutgers University. He
is the author of a textbook en-
titled. Pedology, used in agricul-
tural institutions, as well as a book
called, The ABC Of Soils.
Professor Joffe has also written
numerous scientific papers for
technical journals in English, Rus-
sian and Hebrew. Tomorrow eve-
ning, his topic will be: Natural Re-
sources Of Israel.
His lecture is based on personal
studies of the land and soils in the
new state.
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Russian Door Closed
Last week, representatives of the Israeli dele-
gation to the United Nations called at Soviet
headquarters there and requested an audience
for the purpose of discussing Russia's current
war against Zionism.
The Israeli delegation was refused admis-
sion. According to NBC television reporters,
the Jewish spokesmen were regarded as un-
welcome visitors and told cf the USSR's regret
at having sponsored the UN partition of Pal-
estine to begin with.
It seems that the United Nations is becom-
ing less and less a meeting ground for parties
to conflict, while the battlefield of the cold war
receives sharper definition there with each
passing cay. Having failed thusfar to arrcr.re
a workabie solution to the Arab situation
UN now appears scddled with a new problem
it is hardly eager to tackle.
Not to be forgotten is that both difficulties
are per. of the same issue. Russia's current
onslaught against the Jews is no less en ex-
pression of the war against the West then is
the Moslem League's refuse! to cccep: a peace
settlement with Israel. It seems that World
War II is being restaged, with apparently in-
nocent Germany making no overt moves.
With Germcn "allegiance" as the prise, the
Soviet regime and the US engage in increas-
ingly menacing manoeuvres in northern Eur-
ope. And as government after government in
the Near East is challenged by its indigent
peoples, old guard Arab leaders stand firm in
the resistance toward Israel, court the USSR
as a means of confusing the West and con-
tribute much toward a dangerous military im-
balance around the Suez Canal area.
In all these cases, the Jew becomes the
scapegoat. While he is currently being at-
tacked in his indefensible position as a citizen
of the Iron Curtain countries, the State of his
brothers in Israel must maintain an increasing
vigil against invasion by Arab League neigh-
bors. Only eight years have passed, but the
situation has not changed. The centers of
struggle, clone, are different.
Shevat 14. 5713
V1Ume FRIDAY JANUARY 30. 1953
Number 5
THEIR DEMOCRATIC HERITAGE
Dr. Kaplan Scholarship
It seems fitting that the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association has made a decision to
establish a Scholarship Fund honoring Dr. Jac-
ob H. Kaplan.
This fund will represent a proper tribute to
a spiritual lecder who may now see the fruit
of his achievement crystallized in a manner "devote a number of their sessions to a study
thcrt advances the scholarly attributes of Mi- of the aiarminq increase of anti-Semitism in
ami's youth. Eastern Europe today.
Dr. Kaplan has been associated with Tern- We hope the conference comes up with work-
pie Israel for some 30 years. As its spiritual able suggestions tor approaching the problems
leader, he developed an harmonious relation- ; *lh:s. ia;esl expression of race murder. Its
Seminary's ronfrrwirt?
The first annual mid-winter national con-
ference of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America will be held on Miami Beach starting
February 6th.
This is a tribute to the growing stature of
our community. In addition to the scores of
spiritual leaders coming here especially for
the conference, a host of vacationing repre-
sentatives of the Conservative Movement will
be afforded the opportunity of attending its
sessions.
An affiliate of the Rabbinical Assembly and
the United Synagoque of America, the Jewish
Theological Seminary has set as its course the
unification of the spirituality of Torah and the
position of the nation's Jewish community with-
in the larger framework of US society.
Thus, the Bible and Democracy, the theme
of the conference, will serve to heighten the
meaning of this religious meeting as an aspect
of American Jewry's dual interest. Most ap-
propriately, the convening spiritual leaders will
THE ENGLISH-JEWISH PRESS, it appear ,
portancp in the American community. Circulation i H
constant tin m subscription, while the popularity *8
newspaper seems, in the same ratio, to decline The j
are many Primarily, the number of persons e<|uipPe)i*l
read a Yiddish newspaper becomes increasingly small
tercst in Jewish affairs has reached unprecedented heiehi
past t,n years. None but a very few large American ,w *
nificant coverage to national and international Jewish i
where sensation means extra papers soldi, and it ha**?!
function ol the English-Jewish press to devote its ^ H
coverage. *"
Mod important, however, is the fact that the Englishj
views its aim in a different-light from the Yiddish pUh
strive! toward a presentation which is more ctwn-fnSj
cticalh tea personal Geared for an essentially Knglisn.stll'
once, it seeks to show added awareness of the American
as native ground and to deemphasize the European rood
generations Avoiding the very fertile area of sentunentlL
mull little over past history and to examine the present J
with scrutinizing eye instead.
But the English-Jewish press embraces weekly pubh.
in this sense K becomes identified with individual eommua
u~ drive toward cosmopolitanism seems foredoomed. Tbei
between the individual organ and the area it lervei inevitable
a home town" attitude on the part of reader to editor Fjil
ing to reflect the pulse of non-sectarian activity, u l!7
ltd bj the large daily where its audience finds a tnonj
coverage.
The English Jewish press is therefore placed into a L
compromise brought on by the clash between the attitude(!
ersbip and its own ideals. Tboneed it must fill takes the
stimulant designed to encourage interest in the consoea,
activity of the Jewish community. The examination of |Jl
and tradition becomes centrally important to this need Sent
borrowed to elaborate upon the future of World Jewry d|
State of Israel
An appeal to emotion is employed for the end of
American Jewish community as a specific social groupiaj~i
the jcberr.c of the Yiddish press is being adapted to
the contradictions of compromise remain The dratJ
m is not completely abandoned The rill |
rr.unal attitudes (not always interpreted from
b point of view i remains despite the large daily's <
lonty in this area And most of all. the effort to achieve all
tatttl of independent editorship (where Federation and i
controLs are no issue i continues in the face of an intimacy i
ers of the English-Jewish press demand.
This call for intimacy is the crux of a host of probieaJ
the individual editor It becomes the battleground of hn|
present news coverage in the one specific area where hei
where he has little competition from the metropolitan i
home town attttude here frequently overwhelms him
mination to present a total rejection of activitv within thel
of the community and nation in which he operates is
a readership whose demands for the highest standards of|
alism in the English Jewish press are nullified by con
for personal notice
Letters To The Edh
ship betwen himself end his congregation.
But his efforts in the direction of education
and understanding have alweys extended into
the community at large. The Rabbinical As-
sociation's tribute to Dr. Kaplan thus pinpo:
his fundamental interest.
Red P
bra] concern for World Jewry's condition to-
must certainly lead to a series of inter.
rig conclusic.
Our community welcomes the Seminary's
orer.ee here, as well as the leaders of its
movemenl re] renting a sianificant part of
1 Jewry.
ress n
Attack Against Jews, Israel
5M,!!,, S"^-. ^"C^e* nd-l t>lll^tjlfe2irlj,^^ .on and ;,.;.. .
lo networks have intensified their agencv of American ntelh '" ; :"r *
jamming of programs from Israel The SovirtorgM u Tw !" ", *d ,hi" Z'"n"< :'
and Hebrew programs from the the American J T\ """"ously bo**" fa
--^Broadcasting Corporation Committee claimed tha^ I "/",''"' n""1 ''"" "">ar-. that
med to Israel though the JDC naTnot been .5 w T^""*** I the
i a direct attack on the heads erat.ng in the Soviet m < P "' ***** ** Anglo \m
the State of Israel, the New nmw ., ,... ." l n",n f"r 'a bloc in intart.rtJ^f.w c
and Hebrew
Briti
beamed
In
an'! I the Israel
'" "*,iB interfering with Sov
let pr"<..... itrength
ed Premier David Ben-Gurion and rom the ares!of T a. L'" ,n a"a<*'n-' -r.. ~ZZ ,
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett as ^^rTf^^lrtot ST- ** ^ '"^ he 2SS
agents of the United States,' this espionage outfitCZ\J1a "'v,'rnm'^. 'h.- artiele wei
State Department."
The attack was most violent ver New Times said th made in Moscow against members" Pramall..... am .. leri,m Supportin th.
of the Israel Government The a, A^^^^T*^ *. AmencaTimpenat ^^ '"
unleashing a new war to dom
......v,mB nTi-iamiti*m the .\m.r. ........ "c P""0) "f
tide also termed Ambassador" a! JX^^ "*' Jl"B, aE mSS ^S^ t?*
baS Eban. Israels envov.owl !'.J^B *\ "d-hand- mate the lirW tLT 2-f*
ba S. Eban, Israels envoy to Wash- ed." the organ ^TSTs^L,
,ou, ^l"me "^ "e fac
ington and head of the Israel dele-: eign Office* char^H ^- 5" lh* ^MmlJZX*' -
gaUon at the United Nation, JSS^fJJSX5L?2 ^ ZJ ^^
Editor,
The Jewish Flondian:
Read the news item of "unveiling
of monument" in your last issue o(
Floridian, of January 16th. for my
late beloved brother. I R. Good-
man, of blessed memory.
The Jewish Flondian is a pub-
lication of great interest to our
Jewish Community and is foremost
always in publishing Miami inter-
est first. However, somehow in
writing the above mentioned ar-
I wemi that the real facts of
l-H accomplishments in our Mi-
inn unity were Hot mention-
fore I would greatly ap-
M vou will kindly "place
in your open letter col-
for I believe ihi- is ;, fitting
enHon Israel R. Good-
coBtributlon to our com-
mumtv
II is true that the dead cannot
hut I believe that the mem-
,' r' "' I R Goodman will remain
"n the hearts and minds of all
those who knew and appreciated
nim for the task he accomplished
"> our community It was not un-
1 1 when he came to Miami,
thai inj Jewish person, for over a
"f 25 years, had been able
' contact reputable Chrutian peo-
ple to liecome recogniEed support-
eri of Israel and the Jewish peo-
ple rm
As chairman of the Greater Mi-
am. Z.onist hjnergency Council, he
organized the American Christian
laiestme Committee and made
aonist public relations in Miami
a living force for interpretation to
our Christian neighbors and for
I unification to our own people. His
Southeastern Conference and Senv
'nar on Israel at the Columbus and
McAllister Hotels was a momen
tous achievement for i
ity reaching hidden
before yet tapped.
Under his guidance.)
Holt and Mrs LJ
went to Israel and
a message of the younfl
nearly all civic
ice clubs, churches ail
schools in greater MiaaU
as the leading colleges am
in the southeastern p*f
country ,
He was a member of ]
tive of BOA vkl
Southeastern Zionist
trict and chairman^*J
Council of South
his residence in tail'
and since h.' voted tot
to the cause of Ziomj
and humanitv. I beta*
fitting time to make I
contributions to or
I will greatly ap
will kindly have tlui I
in your Letter to the
umn
LilUsi1
jTA $yn*ci^
Lord Reading uiaj^J
British pol'O J *5|
to the Middle East -J]
time was in line
French-Americas *
anteeing the bonfcrs".
the Arab ^* *3
sion. The declara*"j
ognized the need ol u
and fcel to a-^J
level of armed for^
aecortty. lor "Jj^j
fense and to 'M*^l
their part in the ^
entire Middle East


1/7
Company Sponsored By ZOA To
In Miami; Features Israeli Artists
Israel
1953 Edition",
bami under the auspices
Li^t Organization of
1,1 (he Miami Zionist
I which Sidney Sahs is
on Monday evening.
Iblli. 8:30 p.m. at Beth
Wation, 2625 SW 3rd
I Israel-1953 Edition,"
,|amorous Israeli and
tttets, is being launched
-country good-will tour
tuspices of the Zionist
i,f America according
kneement by Rabbi Ir-
I ZOA president.
Tjn, ;, native Israeli and
the HKOIsrael film,
lily, is ihe leading lady,
ipany, sharing honors
C| pershko, prominent
Ipo'er and concert pian-
Tsical director of the Is-
casting Service, and
C,an outstanding young
baritone, recently re-
fti a successful concert
Bel.
hose of the "Here's Is-
t. Rabbi Miller said, is
fcd American Jewry
medium of song and
Jlsrael's needs are still
I vital concern to us; that
Vbility did not end with
hment of the State; that
i.-hip with Israel is in
k) l>ridewhile Israel
I., our material aid and
bow-how, the Jewish
nuch to give us in re-
of spiritual, cultural
values."
carances scheduled in
|ics from coast to coast,
npanies of American Is-
aincrs will serve as a
Mount Sinai School
Is Given Approval
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor, has announced that Mount
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami
has received full approval of its
School of Technology from the
American Medical Association and
the American Society of Clinical
Pathologists.
Through affiliation with the Uni-
versity of Miami, students of the
University course in technology
may take their fourth year at the
Mount Sinai Hospital School, Gert-
ner said. Completion of the course
leads to the BS degree given by
the U of M.
Kadimah Women Meet
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
en, will meet on February 5th,
Thursday, at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation when
final plans for the group's Donor
Dinner arc scheduled to be made.
Guest speaker will be Isaac Ham-
lin who will discuss: Moetzeth
Hopalot. A skit by Betty Skolar
will also be performed.
Israelite Center Meeting
The Israelite Center will meet
on Tuesday at 8 p.m. A report on
the progress of the Hebrew School
Dinner will be heard at that time.
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Shear
ration of a monument
kory of the late Barnett
taly of 3500 SW 21st
take place Sunday.
kt at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai
park Cemetery.
1 is survived by his wife
Iwo sons. Joseph of Mi-
orris of Pittsburgh, Pa.
aughtr-r Frieda Morgan
Cisco, CtL, and a sis-
Da Lewis. Arrangements
rce of Palmers Miami
(Company. Friends and
askt il to be present.
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cultural vehicle not only for the
ZOA's far-flung network of Re-
gions and Districts, the ZOA head
declared, but for the American
Jewish community in general,
whom the organization seeks to
enroll as members in support of
its broad program of aid to the
young State of Israel. Tickets are
available by calling Mr. Moe Meyer,
Secretary of the district at 4-6831.
The price of admission is contribu-
tion of $1.00 to the American Zion-
ist Fund.
Phi Sigma Tan
SponHorn trance
A square dance sponsored by Phi
Sigma Tau Council will earmark
its proceeds for a day camp schol-
arship.
Main attraction of the affair, ac-
cording to Barbara Seitlin, pub-
licity chairman, will be calls by
Uncle Martin, radio performer.
The dance is scheduled for Tues-
day, February 3rd, 8 p.m., at the
Town Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
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JS^W^i
Miss Shirley Kahn Becomes Bride Of
Saul Seltzer; Chooses Gown Ot lulle
Personally
Miss Shirley Kahn was wed 10 JJUg** ^pTKI ,f 1 a"d
Saul B. Seltzer on Sunday evening ^ carrjeJ whitc orchl(|s ^ ( KmMr m Sevilla Avenue,
at the Shelbourne Hotel. Rabbi Ir-i and ,mjes o{ thc valley on ribbon ^^ ^ g^ j^, on Mon.
ving Lehrman officiated.
I streamers.
Audrey Lou Silvern To Wed Medical
Bride-Elect Is Winner Of ScholarriJ
ling at (oral Cables Sen-j
The bride is the daughter of Har-1 Best man was Arthur Seltzer, the day Son,r
rv Kahn who gave her in mar- bridegroom s brother. 1he> art ,r n,n bcnooi.
ria^e and Mrs Kahn. of 3770 Roy 'sons ofMr. and Mrs Harry Seltzer. ,,,,,, ,radrr 0 Troop No. 64. at
1557 Meridian Avenue. Usben ( ,,,..,, Gables .Jewish Center
were Robert L. Kahn. the br.de s
brother. Gilbert Milter, Gilbert ^^ R Brrgcr
Rappaport. David Goodwin. Archie ^^ announce
colored tulle with lace op. WM ol Zlw u s,u.
maid of honor Mrs. Harriet Kobnn Ot tartMof*eTJOB ^ ^
in pale green taffeta, was matron art. gj ^ ^ ^ p,a(.e
Couple will honeymoon in I -nuary 8th. with Rabbi S M
Mexico. They'll be at home at 3770
Royal Palm Avenue, after Febru-
ary 14th.
Arnovitz, Ross
Wed Al Bel-Aire
In the presence of some 100
guests on January 10th. Rabbi
Machtei officiating Godparent.
were Mr and Mr- Milton Berber.
,,i si Petersburg, who came here
for the occasion Sandek was the
baby's groat grandfather. Sam
Greenspan Maternal grandparents
are Mr and Mrs S Kreedman. of |
2144 SW 22nd Terrace.
Julian Stuart, son of Mr. and
Morris Skop read the ritual for Mfj gau| Ha(x,r 24 Mntj|la Av
the candlelight marriage of Miss '^ Cora, GabU,s ,MVl., Sunda>.
Marilyn Jayne Arnovitz and Mr. ^^ Tu|anc Universityi where
n > i >L.. t)..! Mr.i II >liJ >. .. .1' -I I
Mrs. Saul Stltier
al Palm Avenue.
Her gov n ol tulle and satin fea-
tured a tucked, fitted bodice with
Sam Ross, at the Bel-Aire Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr-
Ann Rosensweet Arnovitz. of Hay-
ton. Ohio, and Mr. Jack Arnovitz,
Moraine Hotel. Dayton. Mr Ross
is the son ol Mrs. Sophie Ross and
the late Mr. Ross. Miami.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, wearing a white
tulle ballerina length wedding
dress, with fitted bodice and a
he will enroll as a premedica
student He is past president of
Hillel AZA here.
.A,
Mr and Mrs Irving Getzug. of
2941 SW 6th Street, announce the
birth of their son. Neil Holden
A cocktail party, dinner dance
and family reunion marked the
50th wedding anniversary of Mr
and Mrs Benjamin H. Silverman.
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Audrey Lou, to Dr. Gua Miller
is announced by Dr. and Mrs. Irwin
Silvern, of 2000 SW 12th Street.
The bride-elect "s fiance is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Miller,
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Miss Silvern attended Miami
High School, where she was a
member of the National Honor So-
ciety. National Thespian Society
and president of Tri Beta Sorority.
Winner of the Loveman-Joseph
Ix>cb Scholarship Award. Miss Sil-
vern attended the I'niversity of
Alabama, where she received the
BS degree. While there, she serv-
ed as president of Phi Upsilon
Omicron, vice president of Sigma
Delta Tau. treasurer of Panhellenic
Society and secretary-treasurer of
Philos.
The bride-elect's picture was in-
cluded in the yearbook's beauty
section, and her name was on the
Dean's List.
Dr Miller attended Loyola Uni-
versity and graduated from the
Louisiana State University Medical
School He is a member of E. A.
Gamard Fraternity. Theta Beta,
Phi Beta Pi and the Undergraduate
Medical Society.
During World War II, he served
as a first lieutenant in the infan-
try in the European theater and
was awarded the Bronze Star and
a Presidential citation.
boufant skirt. The bodice was
trimmed with crystals and seeded of Louisville, Kentucky, and winter
tiny jack,", and gauntlets of tulle. I pearls Her veil consisted of a half visitors here Hosts at the affair
The full skirt was appliqued with band of French illusion tulle fall- "ore Mr, and Mrs Jacob Sher Mr.
Sher i- Mrs Silverman's brother.
ali icon lace
Her three-tieri I veil >l illusion
(, dwui Jerrj Miller and Leonard j
Sj nderman.
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pearl earrings and carried a white
Bible topped by white orchids.
Her only attendant was Miss
Shirley Friedman, of Miami Beach,
gowned in an orchid taffeta bal-
lerina length dress.
Mr. Al Ses;al attended Mr Ross
as his best man

Mr and Mrs II M. Ponn. of 1971 j
SW .12nd Place, announce the birth !
of their -on. Dennis Elton, on Jan-
uary 8th They have two daugh-
ters. Leslie Rae. five, and Nancy '
Jane, three. The Briss was held at
their home with Rabbi S M. Mach-
tei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Wlfjl
liam Moss, maternal grandparents,
of 2024 SW 20th Street, served as
godparents.
ir -Cr '
Dr. and Mrs Philip Gotlieb. of
Chicago, have arrived here to
spend their winter at 630 I'niver-
sity Drive, ("oral Gables.
' : .-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green
berg, of Chicago, Illinois, are
spending a three-week vacation
with their son and daughter in-
law, Mr and Mrs Max Greenberg.
of 1041 NE 138th Street While
here, they will mark their 15th
wedding anniversary.
.-. .. ..
Rabbi and Mrs Abraham M ('as
sel have just returned from an
extended trip following their mar-
riage on January 11th. The couple
will reside at 4625 North Bay Road.
Miami Beach.
.. .. .-.
Hen Ami Convert
si ami For Gth
World renowned actor and di-
rector Jacob Ben Ami will head
the 40th Jubilee Farhand Theatri-
cal Caravan in a program of drama,
comedy and music on Sunday eve-
ning. February 8th. at the Miami
Beach High School Auditorium.
Berta Gersten. formerly star of
the New York Yiddish Art Thea-
ter, supported by Ben Bonus, Al
'Harris and the Israeli team of
Ahuva T'sadok and Nahum Nardi,
will appear with Mr Ben Ami in
three acts by David Pinski. Eph-
raim Auerbach and Moeshe Nadir.
This will be the only appear-
ance of these artists in Greater
Miami.
*its Audrey l rj
Chesed Shel Emess
A regular meeting of the Sister-
hood Chesed Shel Emess will be
held on Monday, February 2nd,
1:30 p.m. in the Beth El Center.
Mrs. Israel Goldberg will preside.
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Followmg the ceremony In the rpturnp(l to hpr k,ud|es h
Theater Dinmg Room of the Bel versit, of Tennessee Dental School
A.re Hotel, a reception was held | ,f.r 8pendlng Ih(. hoMm wi,h
mour
met
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Beth Tfilah Marks
Tu B'Shvat Tomorrow
Beth Tfilah Congregation will
celebrate Tu B'Shvat at a Melavah
Malke tomorrow evening, when in-
stallation of officers of the Chevrajton, Delaware.
M house guest her room mate.
Miss Reba Kolodnick, of Chattan-
renm nee Out-of-town \i-
itors now in Miami are the fo
lowing relative- of Or and Mrs
Blumenthal: Dr and Mr- Mvmar.
Blumenthal. of Jersey City Mr
and Mr- Charles Weinman, of
linden. New Jersey; and Mr and
Mrs. Jack Kamison, of Wilming
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r TANUARY 30. 1953
fii Pallot Weds Law Student Sunday;
Ic Honeymoons In Virgin Islands
*r*r>nrs+*~
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<^>ttlctlu y yei
HELEN ALPERT
J veiaktat*
' f
> >
I'llklngton
Mr*. Richard Harwich
fiya Pallot, daughter of
Ifrs. Jack S. Pallot, 3051
Itreet, became the bride
of Richard J. Horwich,
Ide Leon Boulevard. The
| was performed at the
odye Auditorium, with
hit A Skop and Cantor
uinson officiating.
marriage by her par-
I bride wore a gown of
ported chantilly lace and
(over white taffeta fash-
fitted bodice and long
peve<= The illusion yoke
ghted by cut-out medal-
he lace Her bouffant
three layers of nylon
taffeia. with chantilly
Idiny midway into the
skirt.
blth, the bridal veil was
Ilk French illusion. It
I chant illy lace clip trim-
heed pearls. The bride
liiti Bible adorned with
|id<. pliaienopsis, steph-
" satin lillies with pearl
ff honor was Mrs. Joel
Fl'd in navy blue taf-
lart-haped bouquet of
fathered carnations and
with pearl centers.
fds were Mrs. Walter
W Mrs Edward Hor-
fnicago and Elmwood
fs, sisters-in-law of the
iss Lorna Chassner,
my blue taffeta cock-
Idresses and flowers
MM of the matron of
ridesmald was Miss
P'Twich. of Oak Park,
er of the groom.
P-aune was best man.
wed Walter Horwich
Horwich, brothers of
nd Joel Vogel.
7"1 and buffet followed
t> at Hibiscus Lodge.
Mrs. Horwich grad-
Miami High School
1 ln* I niversity of Mi-
^m graduated from
8n School and the Uni-
mi. where he re-
JdcW*e summa cum
t I??urer and Pl-
t" the Interfratern-
H member of the De-
bating Team and listed in Who's
Who In American Colleges and
Universities.
Mr. Horwich now attends the
University Law School, where #he is
on the editorial board of the Mi-
ami Law Quarterly, chief of Iron
Arrow and was 1952 Homecoming
treasurer. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer T. Horwich, Oak
Park, Illinois.
Following a wedding trip to San
Juan and St. Thomas in the Vir-
gin Islands, the couple will reside
at 900 East Ponce de Leon Boule-
vard.
Mitt Sally Aim Schaffer
Ohioans Will Wed
On April 12th
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Schaffer,
of Hollywood and Shaker Heights,
Ohio, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sally Ann, to Larry
Richard Gottfried.
A sophomore it the University of
Miami, Mis* Schaffer is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Mr. Gottfried, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emil H. Gottfried, Shaker
Heights, graduated from Ohio State
University and was president of
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity there.
The couple will wed on April
12th, in the Shaker Heights home
of the bride-elect's parents.
Sf51i^S*iA*2Thr-" M,r,in'$ wl,h *
iiation ? !T .! 7: Ar,na< California, a town that gave up civil-
Coast Our miL man.y T* mountain up and down the West
contact v7at vnT "t0^^ unidentified aircraft and maintain
ThaifwZre and ,rad' W',h CCntral "^dquarters at all times.
14 months at w, I > T-0 mecha You remember I spent!
and stranJll ?nl ut'r ^ baSe in Illinois ^"ding radio school'
El *?T Kh' "0W am wo*ng in radio. (Many buddies
from school are now cooks, postal clerks, etc) ouaaies
..nlw"^'"'!" IS 'h0W9h- W# hav- 15 hot-blooded youth,, the
tonll ml.".t'" b*m ** ?" d-r room .nd an occ-
\tZ.T ,Jh* r*',h,r h ""''buting factor. Whan th. fo9
Mffhand .t seldom do.,, th. only benefit i, being able to ,.. th. rain
Wh.n it worn, th. on. road down th. mountain i, cut off for wa.k,
ai a r.m. and no on. can com. up or 90 down. I hop. that wh.n it
snow, I am down intt.ad of up.
tn, "Two1,b*, ,nin* "P ': h. chow and th. Commanding
r' 1V# n*V#r hMrd f M'u"dron >"9 *<> attached to th.
C.O. as this. H. ..all for th. m.n and they're all for him which
In th. eyes of th. Air Fore, i, optimum ... My beautiful son gained
5 pound,. He's really an eater, keeps Alc.ne on her to., all th.
time.
"Dave Guttman is in th. Army, radio operator school at Ft.
Jackson.Miss. He married a girl named Pat, from North Carolina,
on Nov. 30th. **m|*jM Bflel
"Wed'd love to hear from you How's about calling n:
(Mrs. Dora Keller) telling her you heard from us? it'll make her
happy and who knows, you might even sell her a subscription'"
(Private note to Mrs. Keller: Honey, I dialed you until I was
numb. So please consider this the phone conversation we didn't have.
I'd have said exactly these things anyway!) .
VERY CHARMED to hav. h.ard from th. poet Sony. Gerbert.
Sh. had better luck she dialad and got m. at one. ... I didn't
confess to her that h.r Yiddish poems w.r. translated for m. by
Rabbi Louis Cass.1, who luckily lives an iambic pentameter away .
Double-barreled were the crazy incidents marking Miami's B'nai
B'nth Women's candlelight installation. To get in, members had to
swim through mud and water, when a fire hydrant got knocked off by
a car's backing into it. At the driver's wheel was a member with
faultless aim!
Friends of Harry Zuk.rnick long hav. supported him as a super-
man crusading for decent milk prices, decent laws and just plain
dec.ncy. Latest tribute to his superman qualities is the way he walked
around for a week with a ruptured appendix until finally admitting
to wife Sue that perhaps a medico ought to examine this little matter
troubling him. She says their surgeon, "a small genius", saved Harry.
You'll now find the indestructible one heading back to his office! .
To comprehend th. vigor behind Miami's Anti-Defamation
League and Gil Balkin, all you need do i, stare at one of their very
busy rooms in the Seybold Building. Most loaded with impact around
the mimeo machine are stacks of papers, news clips, boxes, a library
collection of effective material teeming industry for spot deliv-
ery of anything on this powerful topic
"SAND IN YOUR SHOES"
Zipping into action for production of a Greater Miami pageant
with music and dancing are committee heads sparking the musico
history called "Sand in Your Shoes" which is slated for March 1st at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Purpose is to raise funds for the huge spreading work of the
Greater /.ami Jewish Community Center.
The idea already has gripped thousands in this area. Miami's
early pioneers are excited at a production embodying their own
lives histories have been dusted off for highlights those huddles
aren't football players but Mennie Tropp, Ephraim Gale, Herman
Binder, Sylvia Chertkof, Stanley Myers and Mrs. Myers (did you
know she came here in 1919? he followed her in 1925?) Sam
Hirsch, Robert Strassburg, all calling fast signals to make this thing
hit us like a hurricane.
GUEST LIST:
Embassy Hotel visitor is English-born Mrs. Dora Struhl, operator
of Atlantic City's Palm Hall Hotel. This trip is something of a triumph
for her, because she's the cousin of the Martinique Hotel's nightclub
sensation Irene Hilda and had spent all the war years pounding
with the Red Cross to locate the family after the Nazis threw Irene's
father, Paris jeweler Saul Levitt, into a Marseilles concentration camp.
Levitt's been left paralyzed by ill treatment and the shock of watching
14 in the family vanish Cousin Dora is relishing the joy of re-
union here .
Florrie Loeb's brother from Holland is Alfred Karlsen, and for
the benefit of his big public this column is proud to report that not
sine. Hans Brinkar and his Silver Skates has such a talented Dutch-
man loomed on our horizon. Any time you eat split pea soup, you
may remind yourself that it was Alfred's factory outside Rotter-
dam which split the peas for you He's a man who does favors
on en international scale .
Members of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association are being
alerted to attend the Feb. nth election meeting at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. Funny thing is that enthusiastic member Nat Hankoff is almost
too busy to attend the meetings which take place right in his own
hotel! .
PLEASE there's an urgent blood call for the Meseda's Sam
Soldinger at Mt. Sinai.
Raphael Skop Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Raphael Stephen Skop, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop,
will become Bar Mitzvah tomor-
row morning, January 31st, 9:45
a.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
The Bar Mitzvah will officiate at
both the Friday evening and Satur-
day morning services. A student of
the Hebrew Academy, he was nam-
ed in honor of the late Rabbi Ste-
rtlklnietun
Raphael Stephen Skap
phen S. Wise, who taught his
father at the Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop will be
hosts at both the Oneg Shabbat and
the Kiddush in honor of their son.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dean of
Florida Rabbis and honorary presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal Association, will offer the in-
vocation. Rabbi Skop. spiritual
leader of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center and secretary-treasurer of
the Association, will bless his son
at the benediction.
Cultural Outer Opeus Bazaar
Tomorrow evening, the curtain
will rise on the Second Annual Ba-
tarr of the Jewish Cultural Cen-
ter, 429 Lenox Avenue. The bazaar
will be a three-day event through
Monday, February 2nd.
There will be a selection of lad-
wear, as well as appliances, toys,
notions, groceries, yardgoods and
gift items.
A major attraction will be a res-
taurant which will offer a wide
variety of home-cooked dishes. The
restaurant and bazaar will be open
to the public on all three days
1UCH Vt III l*"^ m VBSSSSSejaj ** > ***- *. fuuaa*. vu emea ;<.
ies", men's wear and children's from 5 p.m., until midnight.
Morton Shale Yulish, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Yulish,
2870 Pinetree Drive, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning, January 31st, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish* spiritual
leader, will officfatax The
Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade
student at Nautilus School.
Scherers Celebrate
Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. William Scherer of
5751 SW 10th Street are celebrat-
ing their fortieth wedding anni-
versary this week. They will be
hosts at a social following the
Saturday morning services of the
West Miami Jewish Center. The
Scherers have three sons, Joseph
and Seymour of Miami and Fred
of Newark. N.J., and five grand-
children.
Mr. Scherer is associated with
his sons Joseph and Seymour in
the operation of Scherer and Sons,
Inc., manufacturers of belts and
novelties.


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Isaac Joffe, Local Attorney, Dies
At 60; Active In Communal Affairs
I-aac Joffe 60. local attorney
and long active in Jewish and Ma-
sonic affairs of the community.
died Sunday morning at his home.
6034 Indian Creek Drive.
Beach
The soil of Abraham P Joffe.
nationally known philanthropist
and real estate operator of Roch-
. t NY. Mr. Joffee moved here
:- ;.ears ago from Rochester
He was graduated from Syra-
cuse University in 1912 He was
a member : Zel Beta Tau fra-
ternity and ir. Bad been a
leader in the Z
f the S
jb.
In Rochester. Mr. '
ler god ; of Temple
D and pn
need
in Sew '
eld : "
Mr. Joffe was thi first executive
. Fed
and was active as a Scottish Rue
He w* -
member of Temple Israel contrib-
uted articli the : wish Lay-
Is**c Joffe
Services For
Kalman Burns
Solomon Richman
The dedication of a monument to
The oe.i. Solomon
the mem..p lnc MV
formerly of lOKW
ed h> his
'u of
.lander. ,
.: .nument
"_____
an Unveiling
-
N
u in
Montefiore Selig Dies WednesoV
At 68; Succumbs To Heart AHmed
r
V
for Kalman Bums, 64.
of 2533 Pmetree Drive.
man a national publication, spoke Beach, took place Thursday. Jan-
oftei at the forum of the Confer- uarj 22nd in Riv<
ins ar.d Jew-, and Miami Beach, with
in 1951 was er at [rviii Burial
r. of followed in ML Nebo Cemetery
erican Hebrew Congregations j|r. Burns died January 21sl
Hi Joffe wi time per-
.. friend of Jan 1
leader an I saw him
Bl it appearance at
the '
Sew York in Ocl
. ied on Mar hi :
el it Mr
many who
c mended that th< i Crii i
red
mitted to I la bar in
1941, Mr. Joffe h -ained
a the Biscayne building
rvivors are his wife
nee n
-. had owned
K Burns an : S
at 114 E. Fl
He ha I l jewelry
lacksonville and Newark.
Mr Burns was a member of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
r and the Zionist organiza-
ti -.
Surviving are his wife. Lillian:
- Maurice: five daughters.
V. Joyce Burns Miami Beach:
Mr- Shi-iia Stern. Hackensack. N
n runerai -----------------------
*P" Gussie Kapchan
officiating. ; F
: Stanl< ,nd Edward, J.: Mrs Gloria Berger. Buffalo.
iter; a daughter. Mrs. Esther NY. Mr- Ellen Cohen. Greens-
Kach. Rochester, four brother! and Mrs Roelyn Silver-
N'athan, Miami Beach, and Harry, man. Chicago; two brother- A!
N. and Samuel, all of Roch- bert and Harry: and three sisters,
e-ter: a lister Mr- Mattie N'ievert, Mr- Lillian Mihn-ky. Mrs Mizia
New York, and oni ndchild Rothenberg and Mr- Sarah Heim-
Services were held in the Miami burg.
Beach chapel oi Gordon Funeral
Home Tu< 1th Rabbi
Narot and Max Shapiro of..........-,
VI, ujt .,.r. kt the The dedication of a monument
graveside in ML Nebo Cemetery, to the memory of the late (, .
_________________ Kapchan. formerly of 7570 Tatem
Mr* lliiil itii-s Waterwaj MUmi Beach, will take
.i r*. in rt i fvif p!a(., 5u] lst at j O.c|ock
.XitPr IIInrss ai Memorial Park feme-
Mn Elizabeth ;,r> with R^0'" Mayer Abramo-
f one of Miami's early retail mer-
chants, died Wednesdaj January Mr Kapchan is survived b) bus-
21, in her home at 395 North Shore band Harrj a son Harry Morse and
Drive. Miami Beach, after a long Helen Kreedman
illness. and Claire BerkowHz, a
Born in Merrill, Wisconsin, Mrs ter Fannie Hoskowitz and five
Eerel lived in Gary. Indiana until grandchildren, Arrangement
her marriage in 1933 to Arthur in charge of Palmer- Miami Monti-
Bare! Then the> moved to Miami, ment Company Friends and
where Mr. Berel operated a won, tivi are asked to be pn
er. ready-to-wear shop.
Survivors include a si-ter. Mrs
Louis Swortz
The dedJ a monument
. .. f the Ufa
I 5730 sw llth
. nlace Sunday Feb.
t ML I* Cemetery
Ufred Waxman offi-
irvived by
rife Ann. a son Le-he and,
belle and Fern-Su-1
san. his father > haim. a brother
Jack ar.d : Betty Shaffer
and Fannie Lk
'
ami Monument Co Friends and
relatives are asked to b>
David Simon
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Dawd
Simon formerly of 1735 SW 8th
Street, will take place Sunday.
Feb. lst. 2 p.m. at the ML Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rahbi S. T. Swirsky officiating.
Mr. Simon is survived by his
wife Ida. one son and 3 daughters.
Mr Simon was a member of the
lion Beth Kl of Miami.
Arrangi ments are in charge of
Palmers Miami Monument Co.
!- and relatives are asked to
be present.
Montefiore Selig. of 725 West Di
L.do Drive, died early Wednesday
morning at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Be -uccumbed to a heart ailment
at the age of 68
\ loflg-tiflM philanthropic and
communal leader. Mr. Selig came
ami from Atlanta. Georgia, in
Subsequently, he became
dent of the Standard Wines.
nipany here. He re-
tired from boafcMM in 1948.
president of the
Her Miami Jewish Federation
;i t. 1945 He was a char-
ter trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital,
,i(.rl. f the Greater Miami
: Haka-hruth. a director of the
lh Home for the Aged and a
rd member and vice president
I,niple I-rael.
He a'-o served on the Board of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
t> Center and was a member Mwitefiort S.G,
of the Citizens' Committee for the
,f Miami ers were R WUHtaji a
I niversitv of Miami. "*
Mr Selig is survived by his j man Binder. Benjamin S*.
daughter, Mrs Stuart Gordon, Mi- i Lcvenson, Jacob Sher. Saa|
ami: his mother. Mrs. Sophie Sel-jcn u/einkle, Carl Picmal
ig. New York: and a sister. Mrs. ] Utf r Wvtkrs 4| ._w ^
ig. New York: and a sister. Mrs. .. .
Sdore Zad.k. Mount Vernon. New ,ey Myers Al HirsAnJ
?ort He alM, leaves three grand- >. Ernest P.owa.y, Hrt'
children. Judith Ellen, Jon Irwin
and Monte Alan.
Service* were yesterday after-
Charles Stern. Gerald LeaJ
Herman Wall.
Interment was on Grmkj
J-K.-1 III.-, *.*. ...-.-----, ------------ -- ------,
,t Temple Israel, with Rab- j morial Park in the Tempk
-,-ph Narot and Jacob H. Kap-, Section. Gordon Funerall
fficiating. Acting as pallbear- was in charge of arrange*
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Lger Addresses
[Session Of
Institute
pttingcr, budget director
eater Miami Jewish Fed-
n-il, address the first ses-
hc Adult Institute of Jew-
Jes on Wednesday, Febru-
|0 p.m., at the Bureau of
duration Building.
|cr will discuss the topic:
he Jewish Community.
I worker and secretary of
In's Planning Commission,
| will define the Jewish
My, trace its historical de-
It and outline objectives
Ll in Jewish community
Ion with particular refer-
|iami.
ition for language cours-
kbrew and Yiddish will
at the Bureau building
^me day at 8 p.m. The
ititute of Jewish Studies,
Ihe second semester, is
[ by the Bureau of Jewish
and Jewish congrega-
organixitknu of Miami.
i no tuition fees.
, Goren Take
Tourney
rlei If fioren, of Phila-
pamed with Eddie Cohen,
take first prize in
Club of Temple Israel
rnament held last week
Hall
an author and colum-
hridge articles are syn-
bd appear daily In the
hid.
Jrnia Mat! and Mrs. Jes-
nf Miami Beach, both
bf the Championship Na-
tion's Team of Four, were
pants The following are
ers in the Duplicate
Canasta Tournaments:
porth and SouthGoren.
ist and WestMr. and
P. Rosen.
| North and SouthMrs.
rtt. Mrs Maurice Wein-
fand West-Mrs. J. Gold-
Charlotte Fischer.
Shapoff Reelected
To Chairmanship
Of Zionist Council
Israel Shapoff has been reelect
ed to serve another term as chair-
!? r~. iabr Zinist Council
of Greater Miami.
A vice president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, he is also
vice president of the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida and a Board
member of the Jewish National
Fund here and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Other officers elected include
Nathan Ostrov. reelected vice
chairman; Mrs. Henry Seitlin. 2nd
vice chairman: Mrs. Ida Jacobs
treasurer; Mrs. Bertha Sootin, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Anna Sor-
in Bild, corresponding secretary
and publicity.
The Executive Board includes
Manuel Burstcin. chairman. Ben
Mininberg. Henry Seitlin. Dr Har-
ry H. Queen; David Friedman and
Mrs. Shirley Queen.
Committee for Youth Activities
will include David Friedman, Ben
Mininberg. Mrs. Ruth Ulis. Mcs
Miriam Halperin and Dr. Harry
Queen. Representing youth groups
are Oscar Burstein and Mrs. Shir
ley Goldberg.
Mount Sinai Ma Grunted SMAittH For
nvnvnvvh in Pulmonaru ,*,*,

LEGAL NOTICE
UN Program To
List Questions
Questions most frequently asked
by visitors to the new United Na-
tions Building in New York City
will be discussed on Sunday after-
noon, 2 p.m., over radio station
WWPB.
The program is part of a regu-
lar Sunday series at that time and
is entitled: UN Plus You. Under
the direction of Professor George
Kenneth Smart, it will feature Ar-
no Hill, president of the local chap-
ter of the American Association
of University Professors.
UN Plus You is one of the many
activities sponsored by the United
Nations Association of Greater Mi-
ami. Mrs. Manus Berman. of 1159
NW 4th Street, is executive direc-
tor.
r^fn. m ?. Miami Beach residen'' Present* a $30,000
Board 5 "< ^ ggyg t*y'.f. ***U*al of a five-year research pro-
^vUh^L TQ f labora,ories- The grant, which is for the
investigation of pulmonary embolus. is the gift of the Law-
rence Foundation. New York, of which Mrs. Oritt is president.
Looking on is Samuel Gertner, Mount Sinai's executive direc-
tor*
*;
:>
>
Montiertlo Men
Adopt Charter
The Men's Club of Congregation
Monticello Park has approved its
charter of incorporation, according
to Milton Balsam, temporary chair-
man, at a meeting last week.
The film. The High Wall, pro-
duced by the Anti-Defamation
League, was then shown. A dis-
cussion followed, with Hornstein,
program chairman, in charge.
The Nominating Committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Daniel
Abramowitz. presented a slate of
candidates for the coming year.
Election of officers will be held
on Tuesday. February loth.
Nrs. familiar stars
d Yox. will open
nghsh-Yiddish mus-
|dy revue, Tumul-
>e ^ar'ety Theatre,
Pn Avenue and 6th
"her outstanding
new laugh show
F*on, Marty Drake
f* and Velvel and
F- Reserved seats
U at the Variety
fnday. Special
P made for the-
Seven MA win Art*
I'wftvntH Trio On
Food And MJving
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
will present a program on Sunday.
February 1st. 7:30 p.m., at 124
11th Street, Miami Beach.
Mount Sinai Hospital's Research
Fund has been granted an endow-
ment of $30,000. by the fcawrence
Foundation of New York for the
investigation of the cause and pre
vention of pulmonary embolus. it
was announced this week by Max
Orovitz. president of Mount Sinai's
Board of Trustees. The grant,
which will be allocated over a five
year period, is the largest single
endowment to be contributed to
the Research Fund since its found-
ing last year.
Presenting the grant to the hos-
pital. Mrs. Selma Oritt. Miami
Beach resident who heads the
Lawrence Foundation, stressed the
importance of promoting such re-
search "for the purpose of solving
medical problems which will other-
wise continue to take lives until
such time as scientists working in
laboratories discover their causes
and cures".
Under the direction of Dr. Mau-
I rice Lev, Director of Mount Sinai's
Research Laboratories, investiga-
[ tion wijl be made of the cause of
I unfortunate complications due to
I blood clots which may develop
I while patients are recuperating fol-
lowing operative procedures or at-
tacks of heart disease.
Physicians are aware that the
clots may form in the veins of the
legs while the patient is recumbent
and break off when the patient be-
comes ambulatory. The cloth, or
embolus, may then circulate to the
heart and lodge at a point which
makes the passage of blood impos
sible. Because it lodges in the pul-
monary artery, which is the outlet
of the right side of the heart, the
medical complication is termed a
pulmonary embolus.
Mount Sinai's research staff will
probe the possibility of the clot
having been formed due to chang-
es which have taken place in the
walls of the veins of the legs. La-
boratory tests and studies will be
made using the newest histologic
means, when t h e cause for the
formation has been determined,
further research will be made to
discover the key to the prevention
of pulmonary embolus.
The Lawrence Foundation grant
is the fourth to be presented to
Mount Sinai Hospital for research
projects. The first was made by
the Leon Lowenstein Fund for the
study of arteriosclerois. The other
two, by the Miami Heart Associa-
tion and the United States Public
Health Service, are being used for
research on diseases of the heart.
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NOTICE 18 HEIIKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dcxfrlnic to engage in
5?Sn2*t.VJ&K ,he "'U'loua name or
HOYS SHOES. Ht U3i NW 7th Av-
enue, Miami, Ha., Intends to register
ald name with th,- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
HARRY B SMITH. (#? COlIKN
Attorney (or Applicant
HO Lincoln Kond, Miami Beach, Fla
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156216
MII.Ton WIENER. Plaintiff,
v s
QERTRL'DE WIENER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GERTRIDE WIENER, ITS B
Htb St.. Brooklyn, New fork
You, aERTRL'DE WIENER, are.
liir.li> notified that a Bill of Com-
i" ni ror Divorce haa bean rile i
again*! you, H1] vou .,,,. ,,-,,,,ji,.t| ,,,
serve ;i ropy of your Answer or Plea I
Ins to the Mill .,f Complaint or the
plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE J. tai.-
IANOFT, 42 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the origin ll
Answer or I'leadiiiK in ihe office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mth day of February, I9S8.
If you fall to do mi, Judgment 1>n de-
fault will be takeii against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
1 'otnplalnt.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami,
i i Ida. this 26th day of January, A D.
IMS.
B B. LEATHERMAN, nerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida
By H ll. RICE, Ji:
(Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE
'OF THE PEACE. DISTRICT 1. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 14.677
HARMON EDWARD I.IEBEHWn/..
ya Plaintiff,
LEWIS ALFRED SCOTT, Defenda
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Nolle,, is hereby given thai ui
and by virtue oi a Writ of Execution
issued in the above styled cause bj
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Dnde County, Florida, an :
having been made. I will offer for
sale anil sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, between the houis <(
idoo o'clock in the forenoon and 2 do
o'clock In the afternoon on the 2nd
da> of March, PK>3, at the South Front
door of the- Court House in Miami.
Daile County, Florida, the following
described property:
Lot 1-. Block 21 of LIBERTY
CITY, according to the Plat th. ,
of. recorded in Biat Book
I'age 7!> of the Public Recorda of .
Dole county. Florida.
as the property of the Said LEWIS
AI.FIIKD SCOTT to satisfy said Writ
of Execution.
Dated tins 2:1 rd day of January, 1953..
at Miami, Dade County, Florida
Thomas .1 KELLY, Sheriff.
Bade County, y lorida
By John O'BRIEN,
Deputy Sheriff
l/3n t/f-II-20
Koy Klkins. former associate of
Gaylord Ilauscr, will expose vita-
min messiahs in Food Fads And
Fancies. Louis Spost will explain
Papaya, The Wonder Fruit.
Also appearing will be Chaim
Rose in a discussion of The Im-
portance Of Living.
FUMIGATION --
NYLON TENTS
TWRVP.rn.I-HU
HELLMAN
mUM FUNWAl CHAPfU. la*
f 1743 BAY ROAD
MtAA DADf BOULIVARD |
58-0323 S-0664 '
24 MR. AMBULANCE SSRVICI
NIW YORK CITY:
IfM WAND CONCOURSC
TMMOMT 2-4100
Mm HsHsa lerrkei* Helkom*
jWwick HoNsmu Hv' HeNaaaa
Be. Leaie*, P.D.
"Cewiag Tfceaa Y Caw Nr"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156301
ROGER BASHA. IMainllff
vs.
lilSKI.K BAS1IA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ro: QI8ELB Basha. <:, LaFleur
I'll. hene. Port an Prince, Haiti.
TOU ARE HEREBY NoTIKIKD
that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce
haa he.n filed acainat you in the
above entitled cause and you are here-
by reciulred to serve copy of vour
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys, ami nle the
original In the office of the Clerk <<
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
CUl] of ManJi, 1H53, otherwise .1 11,-
lee Pro I'onfesso will be entered
aval net you.
This notice shall lie published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
111 THE JEWISH H.olllDlAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of January, IBM.
E. It. LBATHERHAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M C GREEN
Seal) Deputy Clei k
PALLOT, SILVER \- MULLOT
Attorney! for Plaintiff
SOI InRraham Building, Miami, Florida
I'10 2,6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY dlVBN iluu
the mid, 1 sinned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictiiious name of
B a siioi'. at HHj n. FCrome \x
eiiue. Mom, stead, Fla., Intends to rag
aid name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid.1.
JOSEPH S BROWN, Sole ownci
HfTNTCR and IDTNKIt
Attorneys for II & A Shop
' I" 2'K-I3-2Q___________
NOTICE UiMOtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VRN tliat
the underalgned. desiring to engage 111
hualni aa under the fictitious name of
MOORKS INTKKNATIONAI. A<1-
ENCY, at 11 so .M.W. 3rd Aeenue, Mi-
ami. Dad,. County, Florida, Intends to
register aald 11.ime with the Clark "f
the Circuit Court of lHide County.
Klonida.
JASPEB MOORE
RICHARD RRIEOER 1 INK
Attorney for -laaper Moore
111 Cngr.ss Building. Miami, Florida
I SO .' I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 29489B
In Re: ESTATE OF
KATHERINE FERDA, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-,
Ing Claims or Demands Agal
Bald Estate:
Vou. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may hav,. against :!,
estate of KATHERINE FERDA, de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida,
to ihe Hon. PRANK B. DOWLINO,
one of the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same ,n hi- of-
fice in the County Courthouse In Da le
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof S.u.l claims or de-
mands 10 contain th-- legal addrei *
of the claimant and to Ik* sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, 01
will be iinrred.
Kate Januarv 2lt. AD IBM.
MAURICE FERDA, as Executor of
the Last Will and Testatment 'f
KATHERINE PERDA, Deci
MAX I! BILVER
\tiorney for Executor
1/30 2/-I3-2U
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fictitious nan,
CROYDON MANFFACTPRINO .-.
EXPORT en. at Miami. Dade '
t>. Fla.. Intends to register said naTne
trlth the Clark of the Circuit Court of
1 lade 1 'ount>. Florid 1
LOUI8 A, ItKV
1/M S/C-1S-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15*172
MORTON MKNDEZ. Plaintiff.
JPI.IA MENDEE, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: .111.IA MENDKZ. 107 Riverside
Drive. New York City, New York
You are required to aerve a OOBty
of the Answer to the Bin of Complaint
iilHin the Plnlntlff'a nttornev, Molt-
TO.N ROTHENBHRO. 420 I-lneoln
Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before
February 23, 195J; otherwise, said
Bill wlU he taken aa confessed by you.
Dated this 33rd day of January,
A.D. 1953.
E B I.EATHERMAN
Clerk 0/ the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
1/J0 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN : al
the mule'signed, desiring to engage .11
business under th" fictitious name
TCB-DOR company, at -'221 S.'
2Tlh Avenue. Miami. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
c.tcult Court of Dade County, I
Ida
rilll.IP CANTOR, Sole liv
1/30 2'6-13-20
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED File 51095
Notice is hereby given th.it jpi.es
I'EAKI.MAN. holder of City of Miami
Ta\ Sale Certificate Numbered Sfit.
dated the 5th day of June, A.D. 196f>.
haa filed aald Certificate in my of-
fice, and haa made application (
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Nald Certificate em-
lu.ices the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dade County, Flor-
ida, to-wlt:
Lot 213. (irnpeland Height. Plat
Book H. Page 63. in the City of
Miami. County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said prop,
tinder the Certificate Issued was 1
the name of Unknown. I'nless s.\id
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 25th day of February, A 11
19.w.
Dated this 21st day of January, A.D.
1963.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. STERRETT.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
1/23-30 2/S-U-20



+Jelstnt*UL
FRIDAY.
PAGE 10 A
Miami Beach .
Civic Orchestra
Schedules Concert
- Thorpe Is Guest At
flflfler W "*** Beach Lodge Luncheon
Meet Tuesday Thorpc jnformation,
nnadi Jewi n ,.._-,, Tr|rnhonc Company, will be guest
ter heW Its monttal) luncheon Tetepnj ^ ^weekly luncheon
Bernard, chairman. r,M ,( Miami Beach Lodge.
Slate Annual Dade
County Institute On
Human Relations
With a full of rehears-
gjj undei the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra is rea I;
for its first public concert of this
season to be held Monday. Febru-
ary 23. in the Miami Beach Audi
torium. There will be no adn
Institute on Human Relations in
the School and ul oe
Mrs l "
a- ass
by the
au- R Aaron Snapin.. }> try
Lecture Hal!. 1 i rmar R, Berrin^Jacl^WhJt Uona
man.
the School
held on February
ier the co-sponson
of the Dade O int) an *** **" A u>
Education Committee: the Depart- ^nis a/alter Bloom
mer.t of Human Relati
-. of Miami: the 1:
Miami Dfe
Council Feiejl
Panel Is SrJ
Mrs. Alexander 1
of the Miam, Be*,
Mesdame* Bnai B rith. on Tuesday. Febru
Leo an 3rd. 12:15 p.m. at the Na-
il ,i.| Thorpe will give
*j5 Cohen*.' 'Alfred Sadler, v,.,,;,! demonstrations of radio re-1 tional ,lncU ,
announce. an invjt
...,.. hosting the MUmj
v\ ected Nominating <"m jpjF Accomplishments Wednesday, Febru
mZ? In commemoration of Jewish Temple Beth
charge The orgai n.<* ^.Defamation League I ., ,h Masters. Herman e man In sh Subjw, o(
in, this concert is he Frends of ^ anJ the Flonda R, ,n. Ben l lein and Arbor 1
the Miami Beach Owe Orchestra. ^ %. nference Freed
of which Richard K. Fink u presi- ch 'itian5 and j, Sidney
dent. Alfred A. Lessor a executive
director of the group.
Wiiliam T Reivo. former con
Stiller.
de\ '"!<
women's Meet Your Neighbor, to a discus-
v Borin. chairman of group chairman, will act as chair
i_. ,.., f _.. inr the annual Carnival ano
be held on March 8th
sion of the accomplishments of the
. th;'DadrCounty-iniersroup Edu- ^for the annual Carnival and Jewish Nationa. 1
Meet At Lear Home
ductor of the Fort Lauderdale Sym- cation CommWtee -*"*,* B
arts ttJi&vz sa ?-- sa -,.SzoId Hadassah to
orchestra are business and profes- man of the Institute
sional men. civic leaders, and city Serving as Committee chairmen
Officials of Miami Beach with Miss Bonn in planning the The next regularly schedu ed
The Miami Beach City Council institute are Miss Mane Roberts, meeting of the Mr and Mrs. I mo
copoerated in making this first Dr Frederick Routh. Mr- Eliza- f the Henrietta Szold ( napter 01
concert possible by appropriating beth Eapy. Mrs Marcaret DeLaura. Hadassah will be held at the home
funds for the rental of the Audi- Mrs Nettie Altshuier. Ore \\ 0f Dr and Mrs Edward Lear. 582o
torium and the Local Musician's Schwerr.mer. Martin Rubinstein A]t, n Road. Miami Beach. Tomor-
Union participated by paying the and Gilbert J Baikir. row evening. 8 p.m.
salaries of the other half of the
Orchestra's members who are
union musicians.
in I
Free Arc We, Wls (
junction with Co
Campaign Particip^
erend Joseph Bank,
panelists Senator Cb
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chair
man of the Jewish National Fund 1 representing politic,
Council of Greater Miami, will be | mfnl- 1!l|l Baggs, Dj
umnist. represent^
for '
guest speaker.
The program is scheduled
Sunday evening, 8 p.m.. over sta-
tion VYINZ.
Academy Holds
Member Meet;
Panel Featured
Young Judaeans
At Conclave
Seventv-five Young Judaeans
The Hospitality and Reception r>r David Andron. founder and and Ix,aders wjh gather this week-
Committee will be comprised 1 I president of The Hebrew Acad- fnd a( Camp Darom, Kendall, for
student* in Human Relation* at the pm> u,n be guest speaker Mrs | th I'niversity of Miami Bamett Beckerman is educational davp fof ^^ and girU age> 9
through 12.
The F.
met--
The Hebr
The Institute will be open to all chairman.
Dade County School personnel.
PTA officers and members, com-
munity agency representatives and
the public Mist Bonn has ar.
Bounced.
r.eral meml>er-hip
. ups of
lemj
n Tu- sdaj
February'
rd. 8 p.m.. at the
my build-
.18 6th
trcct. Miami
leach
According 10
r David S An-
Iron president.
of the
eting are the
Cantor KonigfBtry Hebrew Acad
emy Women. Room Mothers and
the Fathers' Club.
Special feature for the evening
will be a symposium on: Jews
Behind The Iron CurtainWhat
Can We Do For Them?" Moder-
ator and leading the discussion
will be Leo Mindlin. of the Jewish
Floridian. Participating in the
Panel discussion will be a Board
of young expert.-, comprised of Mrs Louis Glasser. chairman of
Academy students and graduates. ,nt' Women's Division of the Com-
ileth Jacob Fete*
Arbor Day
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will pre-
sent the annual Tu B'Shvat pro-
gram of the Beth Jacob Religious
School on Sunday, February 1st,
at 10 am.
Boy- and girls of the Sunday
pre-chool classes, as well a* stud-
ents of the Talmud Torah. will
lake part in the program which
will include Hebrew and English
recitations and skits Mr
Benjamin Kaminet/ky. Shirley Ger
stein and Lorainc Safra will super-
vise the performance.
Sully Berman
Joins Turk,
Newman Firm
Ution.s; and Mrs
man, principal of
Dtmentary School,"
schools.
A question period 1
the panel disnuski ]
P. Catsman is
Musaila
Danvo Alh
Masada. Miami
Adult Zionist Distri
a Cheese Cake Ductj
Februan 1st, at the I
Hotel.
Dancing will
>lrs. At \ow York
l.l A Mooting
Harold Turk and Joe! P. New-
man, of the law firm of Turk and
Newman. 420 Lincoln Road, an-
nounce the asso-
ciation with thci'
firm of Sully I
Berman. former
ly of Connecticut
and now of Mi
ami Beach
Berman wai
born in Water
bury, Connect!
cut. and attend
ed public schools
there He receiv-
ed his BA degree Bermon
from Yale College in 1923,
and graduated from Yale Law
School in 1925, being admitted to
The weekend will open on Fri-
day evening with services. The
evening program will consist of get-
acquainted games, singing and Is-
raeli folk dancing. An original the music of the
playlet entitled The Partners, will, chestra featuring
be presented by the Chaya Young
Judaea Group.
Camp Mother will be Mrs. Henry
K. Solloway In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs B Miller. Miriam
Scheinberg and Gil Rappaport. El-
eanor Goodman is head counselor.
Assisting will be Joan Rubman.
David Goodwin, Carol Newman,
Arthur ( ohen. Mrs. Esther Berens.
Harriet Solloway. Roni Hyman and
Marvin Goodman
of the Bongo.
Treat of the
cheese cake from
Beach's famous ep
Proceeds will be 1
local and Israel
Chairman of the*
Rappaport assisted'
Kalik. correspondent^
er. poster- Phyllis!
merits; Joan Rubnuf
Beverly Seidel. publ
They include Donna Makovsky, bmed Jewish Appeal, is attending batc for ,h(. District of sharon m
Tarr.ara Mamches P. oe Berman. sessions of the National Women's
Joseph Lauer. Herman Shapiro and Division of the United Jewish Ap-
Efrom Mes peal in New York City today.
The musical portion of the ev- The Board meeting at the Bel-
ening will be pro-.ided by the li- mont Plaza Hotel there includes
turgical tenor Cantor Jacob Kon- presidents of national women's or
igsberg.
Servel's Wonder Ice-Maker To W
Exhibition In Miami Show Fel
The one million dollar road pro- in the line-up is the
duction of Servel's 1953 Show of new refrigerator si
the Connecticut Bar in 1925. where j Stars, which will present the com-[without trays aal
pony's new product line-up to re- cubes or ice^irdsj
tailers and utility people from all j ket. and replenish*!
over southern Florida, will do a [ at it's consumed,
one matinee performance in Bay First, a measum"!
Front Auditorium. Miami, on Feb- water flows into 1
he practiced until recently, main-
taining offices at Canaan and Shar-
on, Connecticut.
Burman was elected Judge of Pro-
1942. and was thereafter re-elected
for several terms, the last of which
ruary 2nd.
John K Knighton. president of
Meyer To Lead
AJCommittee
Talk In NYC
Iron Curtain Anti-Semitism will
ganizations from all part
country
Kahn Circle
Im Instil ill vil
of the
term was to expire in January. Knighton Keune Company. Florida
1955 He resigned his judgeship Servel distributors with headquar-
in order to come to Florida where ters. in Miami, announced here that
he has
It freezes, a small 1
loosens the circlet I
arm sweeps them 1
and holds them at I
freezer unit There!
That's M
has spent many vacations dur 1 Sid Stone, former pitchman on the they're dry Thalia
g the past 15 years Berman was I Milton Berle TV Show, and Jay from sticking KM
ing
admitted
1952
to the Florida Bar
in
JThe Shirley B Kahn Circle No
1714. of the Companions of the For
be the subject of a round table est "f Amcrica- discussion led by Baron do Hirsch Aet'k at tn American Legion Hal!
Meyer at the 46th Annual Meeting ^S,.88
of the American Jewish Commit-' '" ,h'' '""' Circle in the
tee in New York on January 30th S,ale "f F1"ri,1a
to February 1st. \ Speakers for the evening were Army.
Meyer is president of the Great- BurneU R"'h Until Shafkin, and
er Miami Chapter of the AJCom- Bernar<1 Frank.
rrhttee. 'This issue." he said, "is .---------------------------
one of the major concerns of the Helen Aloert Tft
In his new association, he will
handle all matters pertaining to
wills, probate, trusts and taxation,
in which field he has specialixed
for many years as attorney and
Judge
Berman was married in Octolier.
1929 to Thea Dankin of Torring-
ton. Connecticut. They have one
son. S. I. Berman. Jr now in the
ket. Meantime. nWM
into the mold.
the refrigi
As
Jostyn, radios famed Mr. District
Attorney, will be the stars.
Thc show, which has about SO
people in the cast, is part of a I starts all over
program to promote Servel's new arms go into action
line of refrigerators, room air con- the dry cubes into \
diUoners, home freezers and the process repeats u
electric wonderbar. Star product is filled
the genocidal activities of Soviet
Russia."
Apartment
Group Testifies
On Iftearli TraiI it-
Mr Berman is the Director of |
the Sharon National Bank. Sharon.
Connecticut, and president and di-
rector of thc Sharon Water Com
pany. He is a Past Master of lions
atonec Lodge No. 61 of the Mas-
Committee, and a program of ac-
tion is being developed to stem Moderate Panel
the PennriHal arlivitioc c..;. ^W V4IICI
, Helen Alpert. columnist for The ons' a Pasl patr Jewish Floridian. will be moder- ChaDU,r-Oder of the Eastern Star
ator at thc Know Your Town panel and a numbers of the Lions Club'
scheduled by the Miami Beach Pro Ho has boon a member of the Con-
visional League of Women Voters Rrea,ion Sons of Jacob of Torring-
on Friday morning. ton. Connecticut, founded by his
The panel opens at 10 a m at falhtr inlaw- Morris Dankin.
The Miami Beach Apartment As- the Sea Gull Hotel Panel mem
fZSisr**d,rector of ^i^iss ?ersonAnei Di
The hearing invoked the wJjt^ttl&wSSl" ^
tion of returning permanently to I Questions posed will he drawn
one way traffic North-bound on from the League of WoLn iS2
Collins Avenue and BoutHteuad UmIoi^pmSS^Z^^
mfjm** Drive to nth and .Town Comment" aSL^
Iticipation will foUow.
44th StreeU.
oting, Harold, win spon^ (-ard p, fi
Calais Drive, on Tuesday Febru-
ary 3rd. 830 p m. The group c-
fern Tw' ChUd Prob-
1h V ** USed t0 buy E-ter
and Passover baskets for needj
families of MUmL
r
V
/-:v
iV
7
/
Ice circloa aro automatically froxon ^J^
baakot by Sorrel's automatic "Ico Maker
hall Moon ico "lew drcW ropwc*


'
.
Q| IRC
t JANUARY 30. 1953
Lukas, Mrs. Harman Will Appear At
ien's Division Affair On February 3rd
i__.i/*n cently been touring the country jn
a highly successful revival of
"Accent on Youth" and is being
featured in the new MOM produc-
tion of "Kim." In the technicolor
picturization of Rudyard Kipling's
classic, Lukas teamed with Krrol
Flynn and Dean Stockwell, making
the three months location trip to
India where the film was shot at
actual locations described by Kip-
ling. Lukas is married to the for-
mer Gizclla Bcnes, a cousin of the
late President Benes in Budapest
in 1927.
Assisting Mrs. Lipton with ar-
rangements will be co-chairmen
Mesdames: Leonard Barr, George
. Goldberg, Louis Goldman. Joseph
Jommiltee. She represent-; Lipton, Joseph Rose, and Carl Suss-
al (ho 6th session of the I kind.
feral Assembly in Paris in ------------------------------------------------
*Jewisl !k,,hti
l I, u k a s. internationally
Ltor. and Mrs. Zena Har-
Farl delegate to the United
will appear at a Women's
luncheon in behalf of the
L| Jewish Appeal, it has
bounced by Mrs. Louis
I Chairman.
onor Division event, head-
er-; Samuel Lipton, will be
[Tuesday. February 3, 1:30
the home of Mrs. Max
6466 North Bay Road.
each.
barman ll the only woman
bf a I'nited Nations Com-
fcerving as alternate dele-
. as rapporteur of the UN
Educational, and Humani-
PAGE 11 A
POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS
BOYS SEPARATl CAMPS C I R 1 S !
I Ith SEASON
In the Beautiful Poconos of Pennsylvania, 9 miles from famed
Delaware Water Gap, 90 miles from New York City or/and Phila-
delphia. Registration quota now open for Florida and South.
Enrollment definitely limited. Superb facilities and housing,
well balanced program of activities on land and water; mature
and responsible supervision; resident practicing Physician, 4
nurses (R.N.) Camp mothers. Florida group escorted to Camp.
One of the North's outstanding Camp Organizations.
Write for Complete Details or Contact
local Representative and Member of Staff
MURRAY BAUM
1735 S.W. 17th COURT, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. Miami 2-JI97
Phlla. Office: New Jersey Office:
905 Finance Bid?. 10 Barr Road
Bertram U. Woinberg, MA, LIB. Maplewoed, NJ.
irecter [arie 0. Weinberg, B.S.E.
Director
kg in Jerusalem in 1940,
Jmcd charge of the social
[bureau of the Jewish Com-
pound I there. Three years
joined the staff of Youth
Jerusalem, where she
| in close association with
Szold, founder and first
of Youth Aliyah, con-
|\rith the immigration of
of London, Mrs. Har-
Beth David PTA To Fete Arbor Day
The regular monthly meeting of
Beth David PTA will be held on
February 2nd, at 8:30 p.m., in the
Synagogue.
The program, honoring Tu
BShevat. will include Israeli folk
dances by the students under the
direction of Roni Hyman and mov-
ies of The Life Of Beth David,
195152.
Arthur Fiedler, Boston Pops Schedule
Performances In Miami February 21,22
*WA'WWWW^m' The University of Miami will
present Arthur Fiedler and the
Boston Pops Orchestra on Friday
and Saturday evejiin^s, February
21st and 22nd. al the Dade County
gie Hall.
Ever since that time she has
risen in popularity with American
audiences. She has made seven
coast-to-coast, tours, including ap-
and Miami Beach Auditoriums, i pearances with the Philadelphia,
Both concerts are scheduled for
8:30 p.m.
Featured Friday will be works
by Berlioz. Thomas. Strauss, Cha-
brier, Tachalkowaky, Liszt, Ravel.
, Anderson and Wagner.
The Saturday evening concert
will include Coates, Frescobaldi-
te of the London Klndler, Debussy, Rossini, Cop-
mica and Political 'land, Liszt, Tschalkowsky, Strauss,
' Anderson and Sousa.
Hilde Somer, who will be solo-
ist with Mr. Fiedler and the or
chestra, is a native Viennese who
burst upon the American scene
when, for her debut in this coun-
try, she played four eoncertos on
one program with the New York
Philharmonic Symphony in Carne-
Mrs. Harman
parman's husband, Avra-
nan. was Israel's first con-
M to Canada. He is at
Ittrector of the Israel
| Information and counsel-
Israel Kmbassy in Wash-
Uika. made his official
m li)16 at the Comedy
|in Budapest in the title
ir's "Liliom" and
I that theater for the next
irs appearing in many
Besses. His European fame
th< attention of Holly-
he was signed to a con-
li Paramount Studios.
'.Hiding films have
Ue Women." "The Lady
Watch on the
1 this latter film, in
re< i rated his original
l iRas won the Acad-
Irl as best actor of the
World War II Lukas
1 personal appear
serviceman at army
He has re-
New York Philharmonic. Chicago.
Minneapolis and Cleveland orches
tras.
No Stranger to the Boston Pops,
she has played often with Mr
Fiedler in Boston as well as on
current tours of the orchestra. She
studied with Maurice Bosenthal.
the last pupil of Franz Liszt.
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LORIDA
FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1953
SEC. B
)t In Seminary Conference
fens; Schedule Is Announced
Miami's interest in the annual midwinter conference of
geological Seminary of America, scheduled here from
through 8th". heightened this week with announcement
ire's theme. The Bible and Democracy.
fj. Friedland, conference chairman, reported out-of-state
the three-day conference will exceed 200. while local
Trades Division Leaders Given 5100,000
Goal; Group Working Units For Action

|ers around a break-
on Friday. February
banquet at the Bis-
[ Hotel on Sunday
lary 8th.
[highlight of the ban-
knounced today by
Kruchtman. dinner
Ispecial preview broad-
geminary's famed pro-
feternal Light, will be
the Starlight Roof of
Ck. news editor of tele-
WTVJ, will star in.
From Illinois, a tale
I the life of Abraham
[program will be heard
er WIOD a wee
im Hirsch. of the Ring
University of Miami
krtrnent. will produce
(the play written by
nengrad, Pea body
tr and one of the out-
hur- in radio and tele-
nodulnl to take parts
ire Jerry Schultz. Ivan
neth Reid, Dave Hen-
Heather Woodard.
kburg, local composer,
special music for the
^gistr.ition for the con-
i take place Thursday,
h, beginning at 9 a.m.,
I Beach Jewish Center.
the Center's sister-
by their president,
jBerm.in. will serve on
Ition Committee. The
II facilities have been
be conference's dispos-
K tu Itabbi Iriving S.
(-chairman.
mine;, more than 100
Ivic. religious and gov-
^adors in South Florida
[at the Shelbourne Ho-
peakfast meeting that
I the problem! of Amer-
Ual leadership in the
1 nklin William, vice
l-an of the faculty
Wsitj of Miami, and Dr.
stein, chancellor and
If Hi. Jewish Theologi-
will preside over the
Bsenstein, president of
a Assembly of Amer-
guesl speaker at serv-
Miami Beach Jewish
Pay night. His theme
of the conference.
night, the cabinet of
try- National Planning
will meet. Sunday's
feature an address by
Jlein and the special
[The Ktcrnal Light.
Harry Starr Speaks
At Bureau Meeting
Harry Starr, president of the Lit-
tauer Foundation and president of
the American Association, of Jew-
ish Education, will address the
regular Board meeting of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education on Mon-
day, February 2nd, at 8:15 p.m.
The Littauer Foundation has es-
tablished a chair in Jewish litera-
ture and philosopy at Harvard Uni-
versity, set up the school of Pub-
" j*V"" lie Administration there and grant-
er; ed millions of dollars in subsidies
i to schools throughout the country
| for research, scientific study and
academic publications.
The American Association of
Jewish Education is the nationally
coordinating agency for Jewish
Education in the United States,
serving over 40 Bureaus of Jew-
ish Education, including' Greater
Miami.
Starr also serves as vice presi-
dent of the Jewish Educational
Committee of New York City and
as trustee for Dropsie College,
Jewish Publication'Society and the
American Jewish Historical So-
ciety.
The meeting will be chaired by
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, vice presi-
dent.
Clarke At Forum
Mount Sinai Jubilee
Tickets Readied For
Distribution Here
At the end of two weeks' activ-
ity in the Jubilee office of Mount
Sinai Hospital, Chairman Leonard
A. Wien announced that donations
to the giant, fund raising show are
coming in at a rate exceeding last
year's.
Choice front and renter seats are
going to contributors of $100 or
(more. Wien believes that the in-
creased activity is the result of last
year's show which was headlined
by columnist and TV star Ed Sulli-
van who will be master of cere-
monies once again for the Third
Annual Jubilee on March 5th, at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
The Women's Activities Commit-
tee, headed by Mrs. Stanley Freh-
ling and Mrs. Leonard Wien, mean-
while has set policies and named
committee chairmen. Mrs. William
Capland and the Office Committee
have been listing files and check-
ing records, while Mrs. Jane Snet-
man and the Telephone Committee
are contacting previous contribu-
tors.
The Jubilee will present top tal-
ent here for the season, as well as
stars from New York and Holly-
wood brought down by Sullivan.
Money collected will be used to
make up the deficit caused by
added hospital admissions through
the Social Service Department and
an increased number of visitors to
the Out-Patient Department on a
free or partly free basis.
Leaders and key workers in the
Trades Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal heard Division
Chairman Sam J. Heiman and Cam-
paign Chairman Howard Kane an-
nounce quota of $700,000 for the
Trades Division in the current cam-
paign.
The announcement was made
Announcement was made at the
dinner of the appointment of Abe
Kronenfeld, pioneer Miami furni-
ture man, to the post of chairman
of the Furniture Unit. Kronen-
feld has been active for many
years in local community welfare
work. He is a past president of
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. Quota
during a pep rally dinner meeting j tot h's group is $15,000.
Tuesday night at the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel.
This figure constitutes one of
the highest amounts ever set for
the Trades Division according to
Heiman and represents more than
one-half of the total campaign goal
of $1,398,000.
Progress reports were heard
from approximately 20 major
trades groups which indicate bust
ling activity throughout the county
on the part of volunteer workers.
According to reports, solicitation
is under way in the following di
visions: Manufacturers and Wom-
en's Apparel, Accountants. Shoes.
Retail Stores, and Men's Wear. In-
surance. Dentists. Drugs, Printing,
Stationery and Waste Paper, Paints
and Chemicals, Dry Cleaners and
Linen Service and members of the
Coral Gables Business Unit.
At a meeting i the home of
John Serbin, pledge cards assign-
ments were taken by Moe Hill-
man, Leonard Grossman. Nat Roth,
Marim Rurman. Arthur Kahn.
Leonard Coleman, Eli Wilier and
Henry Jacobson.
Executive Director of the Miami
Fashion Council, Leonard Gross-
man, assured the Manufacturers
and Women's Apparel Unit that
all Fashion Council members will
be urged to participate in the
campaign. Abe Kurman, chairman
of the Flying Squad which covers
all non-unit prospects, was also on
hand.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment of Mrs. Harry Gordon as
chairman of the Welfare Services
Unit, a group which has a quota
of $9,000 in the current campaign,
was also made. Jules Gillette, Lin-
coln Road merchant, will head the
Miami Beach Men's Wear Shop
Unit.
Reporting for the Liquor Divis-
ion, co-chairmen Marvin Levin,
Marvin Rauzin and Leo "Chick''
Chaikin said that Sunday, Febru-
ary 22nd will be the date for the
group's traditional brunch. A
workers meeting was also slated
at Rauzin's home for February 4th.
Quota in the Liquor Division is
$35,000. an increase over the 1952
figure.
Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of
the Dry Cleaning and Linen Serv-
! ices Unit, accepted his unit's quota
j of $12,000 and indicated that more
than 75 percent of the pledge
cards have already been distrib-
uted.
Also on hand to pledge unified
support of the Trades Division
campaign were Dr. Melvin Becker,
Rabbi Samuel Machtei. Joe Post,
Paul Darnett. Sidney Goldstone,
Joe Mechlow, Lewis Fleischman,
Jerome Stern, Nat Winokur, Al
Weiss. Jack Daner, Al Sherman
and Ed Lcitner.
Among major quotas listed at the
big rally were: Food Division,
$120,000; Building Trades, $90,000;
Real Estate, $55,000; Physicians.
Active in the Retail Stores Unit \ $25,000; Lawyers. $50,000; and Fi-
nd assisting Chairman Aaron Kra-
vitz. will be Bernard Sterling. Wil-
liam Weintraub, Sam Ervais, Ted
Goldstein. Dan Serott, Bernard
Kanter and Maurice Cromer.
nance and Insurance. $75,000.
Other CJA goals in 1953 include;
Winter Residents, $220,000; Hotel
Division. $125,000; Women's Divis-
ion. $160,000.
Professor Edward Clarke, of the
University of Miami, will review
Mania Davenport's work. The Life
Of Mozart, at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum tomorrow afternoon, 3 p.m.
The Forum meets on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th Street and Ocean Court.
All Nations Program
To Include Israeli Art
The All Nations program repre-
senting Folk Music and Dancing
in native costumes of ten different
nationalities to be given in the
Dade County Auditorium Sunday,
February 22nd, will have a group
of Israel Ballet Dancers from the
Zionist Youth Commission and the
Miami Beach Jewish Center's Choir
under the direction of Joseph
Schreibman. Ruth Brotman will
correlate the Israeli performance.
LOOK for this SIGN
Hebrew Academy Picnic
The Hebrew Academy Fathers'
Club will hold a Tu B'Shvat Fam-
ily Picnic on Sunday, February 1st,
at Pit No. 1, Crandon Park.
a)
the annual mid-winter conference of the lewiah
fal Seminary of America are mapped by (left to
I Kurt Pe'ser, Samuel N. Friedlcjnd and Charles H.
l h vland chairn"n of the three^lay conclave
TfithF by a ban I Ffuchtman is dinner chairman; and Dr. Peieer is
me National Planning and Campaign Commit-
. displayed everywhere
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 Phone* 3-4225 3-6823 MIAMI. FLORIDA
Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutl


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FRIDAY
Move To Bl^kRSifTcation OfUN Genocide Conv,
Senators Say They Will Join To Hack Bricker |pn,
Resolution; US Opposes Forty Signing A atwns |J
By MILTON
- '
FRIEDMAN
: '. -

WASHINGTON Wl St*
effort ties. Its I
DU-bumu ngh
W Br: Br:fkcr "* "har claimed thai tl : RrP"L:
:;;-. rtir-
the primal rer
He pro- ... claim of thc Bricker
genocide against
is beii red in'the Senate to
America
United Nations Convent] o on
Genocide.
though American troop? are
ir. Korea under the UN flag
to de: approxi- -
mdicated port by
of
'
that they will back the Bricker
Resolution aimed at preventing Derr
Sesati tio I the L'N Hu- E.
.- Genocide treatie-
The Genocide a has been 5 I three of
by 40 UN members. The Resohition would act-
t-A most notable exceptions are the portion of thc UN Charter re
UJA To Launch
UN pr gram wld -"bridge
Sllta What -hey actually
;,__- .. Ight "abridge the
r right" of Southern States to dis-
cr. citizen* of the
race Actually, the t'N
xtend protection to.ndivid-
Sii IM9. tl Genocide Conven- ing n "- I nder the UN conventions
. ,re the.ir. : 'clde ,here would
n-ibe protect] ,- sn> intent,
Human Rights Aceor t yet U us would be killed I r in part, a
ul i'N ; to ttai national or rclig-
ing to protect mu is group." _^_^________
sts". He said
... three of the draft

nQTlwilQl i/rivt?
On Uifrii Ron^h
NEW Y RK JTA The I
h Ap-
David K Bruce .. ,,-_ _
. peals Ito3 : campaign
that '
Brickei iU take Pla-' : ''" at
.of
forgotten the the 1 States in 1
...: : lieve that
eminent were prohibited
h treat-
reckon with the ob-
S0DM Jews u fact that the United States
inted out to the Ser.a t its standing in the
tors that United Stati im of world polil attack
with other the despotism of the Kremlin."
ion of such The incon tencj between the
the killing of human rights objective- and the,
-hat other "conservative" Bricker mentalitv .
r-atior United States prevalent in the Senate will be one ZZr ., out!,tandins lewM
I r opei the suppression of the issue "-
Dr. Leo Picard. Professor of Geology at the Hewl
cf Jerusalem, has been chosen by the United Ha
a UNESCO Technical Assistance Mission to
fessor Picard. Israel's foremost geologist, u iki
scientist ever to receive such an assignment
team, which will be responsible for both ir
search in hydrogeology. will organize and
and Tesearch at the Technical University in _
field work in the location of underground water i
be planned by Dr. Picard when he arrives in'
Israel In Middk
East To
N it. rial Inau-
be held at the
H itel in Miami Beach, it
announced by I)r Joseph J
, Schwartz. UJA executive \icc
: chairman.
Dr Schwartz said that this year-
nationwide campaign must brine
the largest pos-iblc sums to meet
urgent Immigration, settlement.
' welfare and rehabilitation needs
NEW Y"RK iJTAkIsraels rep-
resentations in Washington against
tending arms, to the Arab coun-
had a salutary effect."' Am-
r Abba Khan, of Israel, de-
clared at a press conference here
"Israel's concern with this ques-
tion has had influence upon the
policy of the United States."
he said
However." he continued, "in
o face the new ad
of the most heinous offense of all'ministration President !
of human David E on record
SToupsV' in a general waj in favor of the
iling $144 524.250 and that the spite of this, we feel that we must
maintain vigilance and alertness in
explaining this question. The dan-
ger always arises when these ques-
lg the conference
will be faced with the re-pon-ihil
itj for setting a ing in keeping with this
A campaign to block Senate rat- UN program. John F ster Dullei "^Jjf*1,^
lfication of such international hu- who has been designated Secretan x execuUve vice chair
greemenU a- the of State gavi ews or. Sep au> ,nat ,he -"'
Genoci ir- tember 29 :48 when he for ~'"l)ft strengthening
i-' ear It as an American : that this
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New York Officer Is Recommended For
Medal Of Honor In Korean Campaign
NEW YORK Captain Melvin parents Mr and Mr- |
Garten, de n of World ten. Brooklyn, Ni
ha- been recommended for The action in *hich Captain -, -
nt in
capa.
the

' tally
new
of the
the Congressi mal Medal of Honor I
for extraordinao her 1 the ** "*>* th
Korean fighting, it was learned V? .hlm a r'c''rnmendation for the
la-t week by the Bureau of War Mpdal of Honor took place
Records of the National Jewish. d,ay' Octob" 27. 1952 on a hill in
Welfare Board.
Lowe Gallery Is
Gifted Originals
The Lowe Gallery at the Uni-
versit) of Miami has received as a
gift from Mr and Mrs. Jefferson
Wynne, of Miami Beach, paintings
bj two of Great Britain's most
r tern Europe celebrated portrait art.sts. Thomas
Gainsborough, of England, and
Iroi coun. Henry Raeburn. of Scotland
The Gainsborough portrait is of
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Koyvv Hvrivu s
American \orel
To The
Mrs Collins, wife of William Col-
lins, a sculptor and a modeller who
was a great friend of the antist's.
It is the only Gainsborough por-
trait of a woman which is publicly
Word of the event was received
from the infantry officer bv his
Korea
Just ten yards from
bunker, a detachment of is j
fantrymen a remnant of a com-
pany from the 7th Divisions 31st
Regiment lay pinned down j
momentary danger of annihilation
(aptain Garten, ignoring a super-
lr":. ": to lead a
relief effort personally, set out to
rescue th.- beleagui
' U Happening
was the -ubject owned ,n the **. according""^
the current sea- Allan McNab, gallery d.rector.
i b) the! The Raeburn portrait is of Dr.
ru.Group of the Greater George Wood. Vicar of Raystone
C'ak.ng n 'T""",' "'" ?-"d ^ fathcr f Jud^ Sir '
--^xaKing on the subject was
Richard B Royce, instructor in
Enguah Uterature at the 1 niversiti
of Miami Royo .. | trends la
contemporary v fc :,nurr
'' rmir.e th.-
"xtent to which
Judg
Wood.
Both paintings will go on view in
an exhibiti. n of English painting
opening in the Surf Clab gallery
on February 4lh. Following the
........ c]o rSTun -' '">'> they W1 h. brought
-n Lowe Gallery where they will re-
ammunmon and a Wpp <)f ^ .nd hortes, for rj,"^" "" "^___________
ade-. evening were Mr ni \i I ---------"------------
;.w ih, o v PrnfossMir >nmed
w ek
pau.ing onl) to -natch a b
tions are solated:
tion l- regarded si
matter of Westail
when we ixpiunl
Israel then more 1
This issue is notjel
remain- urgent.;
tinue to press it I
concerned,' Mr.
sized.
The people of 1
shaken by sabre I
nomic boycotts"
Max Nurock. Israffl
nate to AustnntT
press conferenre
England, this wt
He cnticuedtatl
ment s decision to I
state's, particularly 1
plans The piano. I
not likely to be
joyride- over tbe I
stressed that
it had no jet P!aM
Middle Ka-t to suj.'f
are a lough
move
Studio M
Nigh On
Miami playwt
Stetson play, Al
Me. received
formance last
George Keatblej'
rector
The acting is
feet, and it seen
has completely
tention- of Miss
and hi- own
work
An all Miami
of the play *_
University of W
partment Musical
was cm posed ng
(a
Jerry Herman
been
*1
quentl> at the Mfl
of esurse. KeatUl
of Studio M i
Ponce de Leo"
Miu StetsoaiJ
ha ; n "h" 1"r"' ':"
battle ,n the course of which his
Rrw" H
t was the most eoncentrat.
have ever seen.
ation Chaii IT" nunvti Aisociate Editor ofithroueh the
n-rn.an Bernard the American Journal of Phvs.cs. j than adequ.tc"
> was announced here He will tone of reali*

:.- have >ne for a thre, wa,
to rn ^MA.^aloF^r7rF.l-
'""Ij with th.
Captain M emy Ore I ,ldW. ,.v,.r ^
a pa-atroop company i, the Racif.c
n the a,t war wen, through
18 months, but this was th- blood
um Thev
at 8 aid li p .t,
'' on Monda\
run iii
mna-i-
s 'i Will appraise papers *ubmit-
eveninj
Th -chedule com"
fenced January 26th
3 f IX ~
ted to th publication upon which
"xwrt opinion % needed. The jour-
nal is published by .the American
'turn of Phvsics Teachers
Krandeis frfa Fty Md ,, aUo m,
p^eed in reerch work at the i l
itsasachusetta Institute of Tech- Bate. Chartes r*
WkW. | Norman
the cripple ButbJ
un
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the chipPV- aDV
egotistic! on*!
Other- aps**
Baker. J ^*lk"
Kearn- Antl"
L nne Brcsti* w
fcrd Schnicr.
George Sap** m


JANUARYJP- 19S3

hinc
If
{, "N.."w York, died 8un-
irived by hl wife Bertha,
P. h three brother* and
r'C;; -",.. l.mlal took
lv\? York wit* Hiverslde
Rfcapel, Miami Heach, in
' ,,,,,1 arrangements.
LcdMAN Z. BAUM
K Abbott Avenue. Miami
L| S iIumi.iV
I
thai
I M'
Knt the rentalae < New-
f, burial. A retired real
.. ,,,me here eight
, from .\.a>k and la aur-
[p| wife, Frieda.
beluTcohen
m(y|vanla Avenue. Miami
Kunday. KM had lived
u. coming from New
, was a memlier of
.,1 f Beth Ifllan, .Miami
. iven her husband, Joel:
n,l one later. Services
,.-,lav at Riverside Me-
, .Miami lleach, with
fcebO rcinetery.
,S. CELIA~~TEPPER
\W Fourth Street, former
who had lived here 2* yeaia.
*;\ She leaves a son, Ht-
Eughler, Mr. Florence Bain:
Harry Zimmerman, and a
... l.cvinson, all of
were held Tueedajr
B Miami Chapel, with bur-
s,i,, Cemetery.
. rachel~friedman
nn <\\ Seventh Street, died
had lived here 18
Uniting are her husl>aii .one son, Henjamln, Mlana;
Laughters, Mrs. Ann Hi own
F\,lv- Itopson, both of Mi-
tt .re held Sunday in
Miami Chapel, with burial
bnai r.-m.tery.
OUtaaries
MAX GETTER
71. of 1428 NK Miami Court, died Sat-
urday. He came here 2U years ago
from New York and waa a retired
tailor. He leaves his wife. Barvtoel
and burial will be In New York, with
li-.il arrangement* by (Jordun runer-
al Home.
HERMAN EAGLE
(I, of 361 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, die.l January L'oih. Remain!
were sent to New York for service,
and burial. Cordon Miami lleaili I-.in-
eral Home was In charge of local ar
ruuaements.
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r.,.ai h Meiimr-
HARRY POPPEL
SO. of 218 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, died January 2utn. Rtmllnii
were sent to New York for ser\ Icei
an.i burial, with Gordon Miami Beat h
Funeral Home In charge of local ar-
rangements.
MRS. ANNA LAPIDUS
HI. Of 2137 NW first Terrace, died
January 20th. Formerly of Olen
Springs, N.Y., she leaves her hus-
band, la.ins. Remains were sent to
Brooklyn for -services and Interment
by Miami Riverside Funeral Home.
BORIS BOBROW
tanuary nth. Remains were
fjil,., t" f"r services and bur-
|c;,...|.', Miami Beach Fun-
i i-narge of local arrange-
Ihrvlvors include hla wife
HARRY VINER
A......n Road, Miami Beach,
\ !Jnd. He came, here six
from Washington. D.C.,
hail been a laundry owner.
nn an Ins wife, three sons,
, a brother and three grand-
Servh-ei and burial took
Washington, t^irdon's Miami
un--t.il home was In charge
I grni ng meats.
[MORRIS GLAStER
0', S Shore Drive, Miami
||..l January 20th. Servlcoa
Kiverside Memorial Mi-
lch ''Lapel, with Rabbi Leon
[of Temple Beth Bholora, of-
Uun.il followed In Ml. Nebo
A realtor, he had his of-
|'.! Beach, Brooklyn,
nviiig are his wife. Ruth, a
(ill a daughter Miss Barbara
brothers and four sisters
LOUIS TURNER
til. of 1424 ii,.....i Drive. Miami Bsaah,
died January 22nd at his home. He
came here 11 years ago from Flushing,
N V He leaves his wife. Esther. Ser-
vices and burial were in New York.
Local arrangements were in charge
of Beach Memorial Funeral Home.
HYMAN B. QRABLOWSKY
passed away January 20th. Remains
were sent to New York City for an -
ices and interment by Beach Memor-
ial Chapel.
JOHN KLINQER
66, of ISjO James Avenue, passed away
January 20th. Services were held at
the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Reach.
MARK I. LISTER
jOl 1801 Nocatee Drive, passed away
Thursday. January 22nd, In a loo*]
ftSrL'e ,n,i'rr1Ved ft hlB lrenta. Dr.
jenirii-. one brother, lieorge Jr am
grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Jack
Bernstein and Mrs Celta last,, aJJ"
at The Mlamt Riverside".
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtel, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201
MAX BEER MALINAS
** of ..... l-.TH, street, passed
away January -ir.l Bervtcet were
held in Oordon'a Funeral Home, fol-
lowed by burial In Mi Neb., Cemeten
Survivors Include till wife. Folandaj
Martin, all of Cleveland, and Edward,
A Akron: a daughtei. .Mr.-. Gertrude
TesslerJ and """"' M,s X'""''
MORRIS SCHULMAN
1. of 7..1 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach died January (tad. Gordon
Miami Beach Funeral Home sent the
bisi> to .New York for services and
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IDA E. SHAPIRO
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hospital. Survived by her husband
Jacob, one son. Donald, and one
(laughter. Mrs. I.ll.l.v Shapiro Re-
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Island, died January 23rd following
a brief Illness.
A retired dentist, he had moved
here 14 years ago from New York City
He. was a member of the Masonic
Lodae and the Shrine.
Surviving are his wife, Lynn; a
daughter. Mrs. Harry M. Ashman: two
brothers, Charles and William, and
two sisters, Mrs. Nathan Nemeroff
and Mrs. Harry B. Schwarts.
Riverside Miami Beach Chapel sent
the body to Baltimore for services and
burial.
WILLIAM C. ROSE
56, a Florida resident for 30 vears, died
January 2^nd. He is survived by his
wife, Bessie. He was a traveler's ag-
ent, associated with the Bliss Agencies
and Vurr Tours. An overseas veteran
of both World Wars, he was In the
Second Quad. Division of the first
World War, and In the Medical De-
partment of the second World War.
He was a member of Harvey Seeds
Post No. 29, American Legion, Frank-
lyn I-odge No. 96, Free Masons. He
was a past Commander of the Bloom-
field. N.J.. Post. VFW. He held the
| Croix de Guerre and Fourreglere. and
had 3 bronse stars and the Purple
Heart. Services were held Tuesday.
January 27th, at the Hellman Funeral
Chanel, 1743 Bay Road, Miami Beach.
Burial followed In the Harvey Seeds
Post plot in the Miami City Ceme-
tery.
MISS ROTANO
16, of 800 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach passed away January 21st.
Reach Memorial Chapel waa in charge
of local arrangements.
MIKE JACOBS
72. died early Saturday at Miami
Beach. Funeral services were con-
ducted bv the Rev. Dr. Julius Mark
senior rabbi of Congregation Emanuel
at Riverside Memorial Chapel in Man-
hattan. ... .
Jacob's body was flown from Miami
to New York Sunday moraine.____
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Knights of Pythias
Hold Testimonial
For Nat Miller
More than 175 Knight* of Pyth-
ias attended a special testimonial
dinner in honor of Mr Nat S Mil-
ler at the Colony Restaurant on
Sunday.
Miller is a Past Chancellor Com-
mander of Roosevelt Lodge and
Grand Lodge Deputy of the 7th
District of the Domain of Florida
He is the founder and fir-t presi
dent of the Benevolent No, 177.
and is also active in the new
ganized Credit Union.
Chairman of the evening wsa
Adolph Rachhne. with Murray
Friedbera. pre-en.t Chancellor
Commander presiding. Al
Inner Guard of Roosevelt Lodge.
in charge
tion.
Hebrew Academy: Guests Comenc
Beth El Sisterhood Has
Card Party Sunday
The Sister!
Beth El will h
Sundi
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Kornstein Pi
Sisti Fund
Herman Louis Shap::
Rabbi and Mrs Dti -
Vorth Venetian Wtj V
become Bar '
morning. January .
a UI off*
van is a meir.lv- '" ":
: The H
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Great<
Academy Quil "-- >
weeklj on the
the Air He is a rt n -
the Young .Tudea P;.
Rabbi David Shapiro
the Bar Mittvi h
the Board of | be He-
Acidemy. and iU
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ilk Chorus To Mark Musk
rjth Song Of Songs Concert
, a Song of SonK-s
performed al the
Idltorium on Thurs-
|2th, 8:3 P-m- by
Kami Jewish Folk
bf (he national ccle-
Huaic Month.
a ronductor, with
Barkin. <>f Adas Is-
jjon, Washington,
fist. Also featured
I'earce, soprano,
fn. pianist, and Ed-
krganist
conductor of the
Ljewish Folk Chorus
|a>on, studied at the
Conservatory of j
Bs arrival in Miami
|a-- conductor of the
he has trained 75
^s to perform ora-
tatas in four and
has appeared as
ne Folk Chorus in
Erts and 76 smaller
Ears, he was music ;
Miami Beach Jew-1
I
Barkin is returning
for the concert by I
t. He has appeared
ccsi- at Constitution
| the leading cities
United States,
ce, an up and com-
opr.iim. majored in
Diversity of Miami,
|ied with Dr. Artuco
has appeared at
ert.s in this city, in-
|County Auditorium
Park
frin. pianist, has ac-
Ko'.k Chorus since
jceived her musical
Julliard School of
present director of
sic Studio. The Na-
tional Music Council, Miami Beach
Branch, chose Mrs. Yomen to di-
rect the Childrens Music Festival
of 1952.
For three years, she was in
charge of the musical activities of
the Sisterhood at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Edward C. May is a concert or-
ganist who studied at the Eastman
School of Music and performed
over NBC for several years. He is
a member of the American Guild
of Organists and has appeared at
the Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums as organist and ac-
companist.
Principal narrator is Maurice
Carroll, narrator.
Esther Feldman, president, indi-
cated here that requests for ad-
missions are already flooding the
Folk Chorus reservations commit-
tee. She said that a similar concert
last year, also performed at the
Miami Beach Auditorium, "was en-
thusiastically acclaimed and a part
of the program is to be repeated in
response to thousands of Greater
Miamians who requested it."
The Folk Chorus will present a
repeat performance of Rozinkes
PAGE 5B I

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The featured new number is a
first major performance of My
Glorious Brothers, a narrative can-
tata from the novel by Howard
Fast, with music by Sonny Vale.
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FRIDAY,
Greater Miami'i
Directory
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY *L^
Agudi.
v -' Vt
Bth David
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will sen ices arc at 8:30 a m hen Rab
. r.. ., hi Joseph Rackovskv will officiate Bfth El :.: Shn
hold Friday evening services at D' J0-/'" n"" ,.h nhu>rvance : v ,
ch and discuss: Sabbath Ohxnanci ^ ,. M.
.. or-
Mun.i ll^u.h
Max ShapU<'.
jW jrd A\*..
8.15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: Israel's
Song Of Redemption. Cantor Sam-
And Blue Sunday Law- At 4 pm
Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on''
., MMcbeloff,
Slvo.om Rabbi Leon '
ton Shale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isi-;
dor Yulish. will take place.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
..
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Sergeant Joseph
Lamkay and his son. Larry, will be
honored father and son. Max
Greenberg will act as proxy. Rab-
bi Harry Ettinger will officiate and
discuss: The Pains Of Freedom. He
will be assisted by the Center
Choir under the direction of Alex-
ander Cohen. Mr and Mrs Green-
berg will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday morn
ing services are at 9 a m
; hold Friday evening sen M
'8:15 pm.. with Rabbi Joseph Narol
officiating and discus>ing: A Jew-
ish View of Medicines. Jewish
Science And Christian Seance.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 pm Late Forum
and Sen ice is at 8:15 pm. when
Rabbi Abraham Cassel with <* .....
ciate Subject of hi- discount
A Rabbi's H o n eymoon Cantor
Abraham Seif will chant the
cal portion of the liturgy Saturday
morning sen ices are at 8 30 a m.
Afternoon services will be at 5 30
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
Dailv services are at 8 am. and
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 30
and at 830 p m. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will discuss: Meaning Of at 5:30 p m
Arbor Day. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Solomon Schulson His topic
is -cheduled as: Function Of The hold regular senices Friday at
Synagogue In The Community 8:15 p.m. Reverend Rudolf E. Brill
Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat follow-1will officiate Arthur Deutsch.
Ing will be Mr. and Mr< Bernard chairman of the Religious Commit -
Lubetkin. Saturday morning serv- tee. is to discuss the Weekly For s,,n^ [n Our Hearts- A Menage Of
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Sachs ti>n of the Law Mr. and Mr> Fh
will preach on: First Song Of I- Kinbinder will sponsor the Oneg
Guest -pcaker will be Rabbi Shabbat Son ices are scheduled for
Schulson Junior services are at 9 a.m.. Saturday, and will be fol-
lowed by Kiddii-h.
F\>9le'Gr*nm* > N Mat '"a,'e-
.... Kb St M H
H.al.ah-M.aml sp-mg );'"*
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111 ovl Mra
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Miami B*aci R r"]*"-
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MD'fw Scxooi Rabbi Blmon
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No-th Dade Rabbl Harry KtttMcr,
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North S"or* R I Mayer ANramn-
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Reach
Temple laraei 1" .' >-i>h NaroC, Hf-
-i Miami.
Tiftreth l*rael I M N Miami AT*.,
West Miami Rabbi Alfred W.nman.
Hive, 57*0 BW lTih St.

Young Israel OrthataK, W0t Ch*e
Are. Miami Brnrh
Zimori Rj : Ru.li.lf Brill. Con-
it Zamora Ave Coral
I-.,! -
J*.3u a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Fridaj evening services
at 530 and 8 30 p m. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi Pincha- Bn-kman
, Survival. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9am. when the Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Cantor David Silverman will chant.
assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of Joseph Schreib-
man. An afternoon class in Bible is
scheduled for 4 p.m.. and will be
followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8
a.m.. and at 5 45 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Fridaj evening services
at 530 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 am. Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Subject of his discourse is >ched- Seudos Daily services are at 7:45
tiled a.-. Orthodox Jewry On The a m.-. and at 5:45 p.m.
March Cant r Aaron Weingarten *
uill render the musical portion of, FLAGLER-CRANADA JEWISH CONGREGATION will hold Friday
the liturgy Saturday morning COMMUNITY CENTER will hold evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late
services are at 8 30 a.m. when Fnda> evening senices at 8 p.a,,^ ,* Lj8 ,P m whon
man will discuss The Wlth Cantor Elisha Cerner render- gue>' Kabbl Jac"b Kaplan W1" dis'
ing the musical portions of the *s S,an* .An liturgy Saturday morning senices Salva,'"n of The Lord. Saturday
Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, grand-
father of the Bar Mitzvah and
president of Yeshiva Yavneh of
Jerusalem and Brooklyn. Now
York. An Oneg Shabbat for chil-
dren is scheduled for 3 p.m.. and
will be under the supervision of
Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mincha is at
530 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m.. and at 6 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN
TIR will hold Friday evening aerv-
| ices at 5:30 p.m. Late services are
at 8:30 p.m.. when Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate and dis-
cuss: The Exodus We We Need A1
Miracle To Cross The Present Red
Sea. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steren-
stein will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. with Junior
Congregation services scheduled
for 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs, William
Scherer will be hosts at Kiddush.
Afternoon services are at 5 p.m.,
with Shalos Seudos following.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Philip Gain, president,
will speak on the topic: A Syna-
gogue Is Being Horn. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Gaux will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when Jack.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Beck-
er, will read the Torah. Reverend
I.o.i Heim will officiate and dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER -will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m..
with guest Cantor Joseph Malek
rendering the musical portion of
the liturgy Speaker will be Louis
Schwartzman. executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Kiddush will be recited by
Bernard MiiloffT1
services a* "
rs Jacob Gold4
M,uh CaagoT-a,
man w,l| ren(W **
tions of the serv*'
BETH DAVID $y_
he'd Friday eve
nd Cantor Mauri* i
ting, assisted b,
Choir under the (
Jack Donnerstag. w
course ^gj
Shapiro is schedule,;
Is Not Complete i,
program will be w
the Oneg Shabbat j_
ing senices are at |,
Rabbi Shapiro m '
Weekly Portion.
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it 9 a m. under the direction of
Benjamin Kaminetzky. Mrs A
Bergman will be hostess at the
Kiddush following Mincha is at
are at 9 a m when Henry Gordon
morning services are at 830 a.m.
will read the Torah. Dailv morn- when. Rabbl Simon APnl wiil
ing services are at 7:30 am In preach "n ,he Ueekl-V Portion Can-
. p^k fu-lowedb> Shalo, Seu- charge of speaking arrangements tor Berelc Kelemer will render the
do,. Rabb. Moses Mescheloff will are ,Io. ^!aster; 3 j" musical portion of the liturgy. A
preach on the Weekl) Portion, j Shaw class in Misfana is scheduled for
Dailj services are at 7 a.m. and, ... 4.15 pm. and will be followed by
'"' 3 P m BETH EL CONGREGATION will M'ncha and ,Shalos ^dos.
hnld Friday evening services at _.._____1_
sundown Saturday morning serv- THE HEBREW ACADEMY will
ices are at 8 30 am. when Rabbl h"'(l rr'^ay evening services at
morning serv-
. and will be con- j
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of Herman I.ouis, I
Kiddush honoring Mr and Mrs' ?""*) n^Tl' Mincha ls at 5 S" f 'f,abb' and M"" Dav,d Sha"
Samuel Landau will follow Min- Khl^KS *? Seudos ^ "'" ,ake f,lac ch. is at 5 p.m, followed by Shalos wikly Port! the SCrm"n W'" U' 'Mn,r^ b>
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MADE
EASY
,1 shed below is another in a series of lessons in mcdem conversatirm*i h-k l .. .
.shed weekly by The Jewish Floridian. The complete 7er^^lZteKnrn ,"""
,g ,he fundamentals of the language a, it is now spoken in iZTand i! HnT T "
EU Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty memoW at th'Heir.,,^A 7 I ^2"
ach. Th,s and subsequent lessons will appear here inTonZncticm SSr*!? Academ"' M"
& WMBAf on Sunday, at 2 p.m. Eru.tled. Let Us CSS Hebrew the l^T ZT
[by Mto Spector and is a /eature o/ Jacob SchachteV. Jewish HoZr'A. fEEFl. I'
ride the visual aid necessary to participate in the course WUh FUmdtan
je main meal of the day is at noon and it takes two hours to eat it Big. delidous
of hearty, wholesome soup are followed by generous portions of potted, roasted or
beef (or veal, or lamb, or chicken) with lots of bread. After this, there are fresh
in abundance, and the most popular beverage is gazoz (soda), bottle after bottle.
'arning: Eat wisely, but not too well of foods cooked in oil. They are usually too
for the American digestive system. '
you are counting the pennies, plain but good food can be bought cheaply at the cafe-
run by the different workers* organizations. The only difficulty is that you will have
it your turn on a long line. .
*
Tov Mo-sbeh. Ham-mis'a- 3lrrp ITMQ .fBto',3te
dah bir-chov Jfrr-zcl 3 uL.
Be-vak-ka-shah mel-zar ten li tr8 "> TO ,1xba ,ntt?33
taf-ritha-^o^o-ra-yim ^J^
it is, the food is very Hin-neh ha-uf-rit, ha-ma- D^PMM XTW/O nl
'acha-lim te 'i-mim me'od
WANTED
OSCAR ZIMMERMAN, about 60,
believed to live in the Southwest
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living with his brother, Emil, and
sister, Paula Kahan. He is being
sought by David Loewi, of Tel
Aviv, Israel, a cousin.
IMosheh. The restau-
: is on Herzl Street
waiter, give me the
Fieon menu ,
kind of sandwiches
iyou?
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111 meeting of the Miami
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Icalled for February 4th,
I Principal discussion will
projected Purim Ball.
Ben-Gurion Branch Meet
Ben-Gurion Branch No. 304, Far-
bjand, will meet on Wednesday ev-
ening, February 4th, 6 p.m., at the
Beth El Auditorium, according to
Manuel Burstein, president. Abe
Hamlin will be guest speaker.
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Roosevelt Sister*
riun Meeting
Roosevelt Temple No 88, Pyth-
ian Sisters, "ill meet on February
4th. 8 p.m.. at 500 S\V 17th Avenue
Mrs. .lack Broun. Most-Excellent-
Chief, has announced that the
group's recent "birthday party ami
polio drive" netted $233 and has
been turned over to the March of
Dimes.
Mr>. Bernard Kaplan, chairman
of the Ways and Means Committee,
are now selling tickets for a Thea-
tre Party at the Tower and Park-
way theatres from February 22nd
through 28th. Proceeds oi the sale
wul go t" the Heart Fund which
receives a check from the organ-
ization annually.
Golda Myerson Club
Has Clothing Drive
Members of the Golda Myerson
Club. Pioneer Women's
tion announces a drive tor cloth-
ing which will be shipped to Is-
rael. Mrs \ i Si tzer. president,
indicated that pickups will be made
by phoning 82-2930 or 9-0089.
raDAY^JANUiny,
liV.Ml. Adulta
pick Otileem
Tho young Adult Group of the
Beach -lewish Center an-
I ,,, ,nr.ct activities of the
p tor Dm coming year.
Bob Stone, n.-wly elected presi-
u,;, be a-isted by Arlene
tatt, vice president. Other
rordlng secretory; Phyl.ss (.old-
.rrespondiill secretary: and
Don Marks, treasurer.
\, u committees and their chair
wll be announced at the next
meeting of the croup to take place
,, Wednesday evening. February
4th In the Social Hall of the I n
Ier 1701 Washington Avenue.
ih.- program for the evening
will he highlighted by a satirical
sketch oi a all known television
show written by F.laine KYau&s.
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Compare
TETLEY TEA
with any other brand
Fred MacMurray and Vera Ralston in c scene from the Tru-
color adventure. Fair Wind To Java, which opened in a
world premiere at the Beach and Paramount Theatres yester-
In connection with the opening, the stars of the picture,
iding Miss Ralston, MacMurray, Victor McLauglin and
Buddy Beer, were present to make personal appearances at
both theatres.
SERGE V. MANKELL
SIGNS
TRUCK UTTIKIHC
WAIL! BOAtOS
GoH leaf
All KINDS Of UTTltlMG
1719 S.W. 1st STREET
Phone 82-3759
-ii.tr 1925;
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FAMOJS
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trWl
Academy To .Mark
Vrbor Day; JNF
Drive Gets On Way
ish Arbor Daj w.
i al lo a m Friday, in the
' oi rhi Hebrew
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cipal, announced thai Ihe daj
whuh mark- the beginning <>i the
n in Israel will be
ti> the planting .>! dif-
t fruit trees by the i
of thi V li my.
Pupils will march with hoe and
chanting 1-'
f Tu
evat Mr- Miriam Donner-
ir, will lead the
sinf.
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he current
[or thi
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Eva Daniels has been elected
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Lasavin Will Speak
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FRIDAY, l|
'Sd^^^oFmIndustry InTk>Jt~i
.art under tenl I by the ^
was transformed from a failure into^oomjenlement_
An Isaeli story to match the
Rolfe episode is that of Zalman lory. The, had been enja,
Yershalmy. He has demonstrated ^ B^
that Israel no longer need depend here too. *ey J *
on other countries for much of its makers Tni > Degi
textile raw materials. Flax has with the two> mach nes
become an important item in the T '
agricultural economy of Israel, gave the brot ar-
Ltoens are booming in Israel. tunny. Th
Not the least interesting aspect y_ of
art under teni \ by the
When the State o! Israel is as-
hed, the Yen .Imy enter-
large tl
orth East "' '" '''
i to const tute an
empir. But Zalman Yer-

,v thagrin A.
Is it not | : l ',

iks a it tl i P1
, v. they say.
out I
plant to process ,uo .....- .. now.
tX begins .ore ,han a ? d '
quarter of century back in Bialy- line of product.-.
stok. Poland. It is the year 1927. The business growl
qua ters
The family of Zalman Yershaln >
nine brothers and one sister-
are sitting around the table. Thin-
talk of their plans and reach a
decision to cast their lot with the
pioneers heading for Palestine. It
is decided that, at first, two
brothers and a sister should mi-
grate.
In due time, they arrive in Tel
Aviv. In the basement of a hum-
ble dwelling, they open their f ac-
Rabbis Appoint
Committee Heads
First meeting of the year for
the Greater .Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation included installation of
the group's new officers.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, outgoing
president, acted as installing offi-
cer. Assuming posts were Rabbis
Moses Mescheloff. president, and
Morris A. Skop, secretary-treas-
urer.
Memorial tribute was also paid
to Rabbi Jacob Honie. of Holly-
wood, who passed away several
weeks ago at the age of 40.
Committee appointment- includ-
ed Rabbis Leon Kroni-h. of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. to study the re-
lationship between Jewish Centers
and Synagogues here; Irving Lehr-
man. of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, to study the needs of a
chaplaincy in local hospitals: and
Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, to
j ., to
Ramat Can. S n thej are pro-
ng a variety of items I
Egyptian cott n ;
gium flax. The business takes on
such dimensions that they ordei
3.000 modern spindles from
At. rica. Later they buy 10.000
cotton spindles. They begin
' to git large orders from the B::t-
l.-h Government.
During ;r.c war. the Tommies
I who block Rommel's path in
! Cairo, in the gloomy summer of
find shelter for the most
son Institute to under-
| i xperiments
more
than 2.500 acres di voted to grow-
ing flax in Israi
1 e n< w Pishotoon Flax w irka,
financed by the Israel Bond
funds, will provide this raw ma-
terial for a multitude of textile
U saving Israel many mil-
of dollars m scarce foreign
mrrency which hitherto went
tutsidi I untry Israel will.
vi linens for its own}
requirements but also for export
A booming hr.cn industry is
being born. ________|
Israel's Protests May
Stop Egypt's Arming
By BORIS SMOLAR
WASHINGTON NOTES: There i-
niuch talk in Washington about the
intention of the IS Government to
conclude an arms agreement with
"... In fact, some people
are under the impression that the
menl would have been con-
cluded already if not lor the time
ly protests from Israel The
question is whether this postpone-
ment l- indefinite It is obvious
that Israel Will have to be con
stantly on the alert in Washing-
head community relations and pub- ton, especially since Premier Na
UC*5[' ... 4. Euib. Egypt's 'strong man," is
The Association meets on the
lead which Egypt is taking in de-
manding that the Bonn Govern-
ment should not honor its repara
tions agreement with Israel is con-
sidered conclusive proof that the
new Egyptian regime has no inten-
tion of accepting the offer of peace
and friendship extended by Israel's
Premier David Bcn-Gurion.
It hu- also been established that
a number of professors at Yale
University are publiclj sponsoring
the Arab point ol view on Israel
affairs Jewish leader- have
been alerted to the fact that anti-
Israel sentiment ha- been develop-
ing in certain Connecticut com-
munities as a result of the drive
first Wednesday of each month at
rotating Jewish congregations.
Food, Home Show
Slated March 28
Greater Miami Food and Home
show workers this week completed
distribution of brochures to area
manufacturers and merchant- The
show opens in Dinner Key Audi-
torium on March 28th, and runs eluding the United States
hankering for an invitation to visit for clothing b) Mi.Idle Fast relief
Washington The key to the cru,,. an,| ,,. Council of church
situation will probably be in the es Speaking of Connecticut.
hands of President Eisenhower a study of communal conditions
when he enters the White House there has disclosed that a number
on January 20th Those who of Jewish communities in the state
|oppose the idea of America's sup- are facing incipient tensions with'
plying heavy arms and aircraft to Catholic and Protestant neighbors
Egypt point out that, for purposes as a result of their tight to prevent
of internal security. Egypt has in
the pa-t several years obtained
arms from different source.-, in-
the growth of released time and
sectarian observance! in public
school- .
nine days.
Cecil E. Kirby. former Miami
city commissioner, is chairman of
a group of participating merchants
and is assisted by Truly Nolen.
Frank J. Holt and Hoite Agey.
It ha- also established some arm-
ament plants of its own. purcha-
ed mainly from Germany It
i- now receiving jet planes from
Britain They argue that the
Jliverj of heavy arms to Egypt
Red Cross Sets
$282,132 Goal
of 1882,132 has been set
Fund i impaign of
A goa
for the
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Intensive activity is in full swing in Haifa with t)*|
second half oi the citrus season. Strings of Israeiii
freighters are loading daily at the Jewish state's
brng the famous Jaffas and Shamuti oranges to j
tables of the world. A representative of the Citnsf
Board recently described Israeli citrus as hariajf
possibilities" on foreign markets. Methods to i
of the outgoing produce bound for world-widti
have recently been introduced. Cltriculture in I
expanded and developed through the assistant!
Bond investments.
NCCJ Wll
25th Am
NEW YORK -
versary of the Nil
of Christians and!
celebrated by so
coast to coast all t
beginning with th
ance ol Brothwaai|
February 15th thrt
Theme of the!
bration i- "Tweatjl
practical achii
hood." Roger
chairman of the jci
and BrotherhoodM
said.
1053
BONN JTAiA plot by high-
ranking Nazis to reestablish a
Nazi regime in Western Ger-
many was smashed last week by
British intelligence agents who
moved in the Hamburg and Dus-
leldorf areas to seize seven ex-
officials of the Nazi guard. They
were charged with conspiracy to
overthrow the West German Gov-
ernment.
An intensive investigation was
being pressed by the British and
other Western intelligence agen-
cies to establish the reported
connections between the Nazi
con-pirators and Communist
Fast Germany.
High echelon Nazis, working
with the East German Commun-
i-t- were believed to have been
attempting to pave the way for a
new German Reich. Evidence has
already been found, it was
learned, of contacts between the
Nazi gang here and high rank-
ing Nazis now living in Italy, Ar-
gentina and other countries.
City of Miami publicity director, by the United States would be in-
Maurice Kargher is executive di- terpreted as strengthening Egypt County Chapter of the
rector. against Israel And they stress American Red Cross
Prizes valued at $15,000 will be the fact that last February, Israel People of thi- area will be ask
given with an automobile as top; applied to the IS Government for cd lo contribute 'luring the fund
award. Home appliances for free military aid grant but that no ac
distribution include radio and TV tion on this application has been
taken
sets, refrigerators, washing ma-
chines and vacuum cleaners, ac-
cording to Kargher.
Three thousand food baskets are
on the give away list, and nation-
al food processors will distribute
thousands of dollars worth of sam-
ples, the director added.
Purpose of the show is to intro-
duce innovations in the food and
home fields and to demonstrate
goods and services manufactured
or provided here.
Diversified e n t e rtainment by
film, TV and radio personalities
has been promised by the direc-
tor. Community service and char-
itable organizations will be given
a number of booths to display their
work and explain their functions.
drive scheduled to begin on March
1st. and continue for two weeks
For services which the National
Red Cross will render in this coun-
try and abroad during 1953 the nT'V ".
local Chapter has been asked' to, X
contribute $116,901. The
budget is $93,000,000. A
Local Residents
Remain On
JDC Board
as yet Incidental^, the
feeling that prevailed in Washing-
ton in the early days of General
Naguib's regime that his regime
might refrain from hostility to
wards Israel, has dissipated'. .
Evidence to the contrary is being and is being met bi Red < ross' n!,um'l'mpnt b> Moses A. Leavitt,
nationally and abroad'because of, J1',(r xecu,lve vice chairman.
Ml services to members ol the' oo.w a *ct,on t0k plM armed forces. 38,n Annual Meeting of the Joint
Also included among Red Cross' ls|n,'u,l"n Committee in the Ho-
national services during 1953 *m
A number of local residents have
been elected or re-elected to the
Board of Directors of the Joint
ion Committee, major
American agency aiding distressed
heavt" '**" abroad- according to an an
v ler
noticed by American observers
the Middle East situation The
Dt. Strauss' Oil Portraits
Exhibited At Mayfair
l* the processing of blood into
!amma globulin. This :,erum has
MM,"".!;*" lrm Sunday' J-n''
25th. through Saturday, Februarv
7th. They consist of marines land
scapes, florals and portraits!'all
tel Astor. New York.
Re-elected to the Board was Jac-
ob Sher. former Combined Jewish
Appeal Campaign chairman In
Greater Miami and an active fig-
ure in community welfare work
here.
Others continuing to serve on
the Board of Directors are: Stan-
m preventing measles among child- SL M'ye"' Dr Kurt PeUer *nd
a < William D. Singer.
lysis from poliomyelitis.
Gamma globulin, furnished by
the American Red Cross, has also
been used successfully ln Dade
h I County during ,hTp^tw;"
Polio
Stage For]
With more thai1
on the march. *'
Mothers' March *\
March of Dimes st^
Tliursdav night-
Mrs Sydney LI
of the March. slid*
affair will be by!
effort We 1 '
000 in one hour-
of Dimes goal oil
Block mothers
to house collects*1
of homes here
marching motbefl-
Mrs Weintw*!
collected was
en at the end
March to school
county which ]
collection areas
counting cent'
total was
WAN']
ADOLF WW
in Poland and'
States about W
Miami in !*'
cal FruMsWfl
beini' -ouKht 9
ehai Kerner-rf
MICHEL^
Paris on OctoJ*'
dress *
1813 list**
Florida *<* y
her motb*
Pans. Fraac*


.MAI YACW*
f, JANUARY 30, 1953

soi rojw
r/7
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
mjudicial circuit of
.IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No. 1560*5
ii k\i: SIMMONS,
"'' Plaintiff
.pi- R SIMMONS,
Defendant
E BY PUBLICATION
t-,,l'Ki: It SIMMONS
ii. nl.matters, western Area
nil. A.P.O. 227, i/o Post-
. \.. York, N.Y. _
[| HEREBY Itl-XJIIRED to
ol % our Answer or other
i., tin' Hill of Complaint for
lip, I against you herein, on
tiffs Httorney. THEODORE
ON i me Lincoln Road Bulld-
Hl | :.: l>. Florida, and file
al thereof with the Clerk of
Court. "" or before the first
larch, 1953; nlheiwlse the al-
f Mid HIM Will be taken
...i by you. ,
Ihii 20th day rf January,
i; I! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Clreult Court
I!v: R. II RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
I/I-1J
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
)P DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
CMANCERY. No. 18*059
|T U ALKKR. Plaintiff
U'AI.KKR, Defendant.
riCl BY PUBLICATION
BTEIt WALKER, 51 Bradford
Flushing. L.I., NY.
, hereby required to serve
..... Answer to the Bill of
ftii Divorce upon Plaintiff's
ml lo file your original Ans-
t Office of the Clerk of the
Hurl "ti or before the 2flth day
. 1953; otherwise the Bill
tint In! Divorce heretofore
anas will be taken as
OU.
.Miami. Florida, this L'Oth
iry, I95J.
LEATHERMAN, Clark,
Circuit Court
ll.ll \\ STOCKING,
1 heputy clerk
. -- ,,f
YONS, 910-12 Olympla
r lot lua.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 1BM73
I1LADYH QORMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
LEWIS GORMAN, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: LEWIS IIORMAN
Hill tlrand Cimniur.ii'
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified t.at a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you hip hereby
required to.serve B copy of v,,ur Am'.
"S.-1"*-.1!?,- "'".. "'" "f Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney arid file lb, nrlg-
Inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit ('.,,,. ,, 0r before the
18th day of February, 1853; oil,, rwlsi
allegations of said BUI of Com-
the
be. taken as
onfeaaei
HI
plaint will
against you.
Dated this Ifith day of .lalHlar.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
1 ii ik of i 'ircnlt Court
By 11. H. KICK. .Ill
'all Deputy iJlerk
ftEORCE J. TAI,IANOFT\ ESO
Att.rrney for Plalnttfr. 4L'n Lincoln
Hond. Mlnml Be*eh. J-'iorlda
1/WM 2/6-13
- .J
M
W8
-i

Mi
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
|R DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
[CHA-.CERY. No 154067
AltXU K, Plaintiff,
lARXlCK, Defendant,
CE BY PUBLICATION
-',!: iIARNK K. Uti M.r-
|d \\. n ii. Brooklyn, N.Y.
rebj n quired to serve
Uu wer to the Bill :
I I on Plaint'fT a
file he original Ans-
of the Clerk of the
n ..r before the Mth
VI >. I Ml; otherwise.
Complaint for Divorce bare-
>l herein will be taken as
la \>al.
ml, Florida, this 20th
\ I) 1953.
LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court
hade County, Florida
Hi WM. W STOCKING,
I leputy Clerk
..I
\S, 910-12 Olympla
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME -LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring: to engage In
,'1",|PJ.8fv.?"de,:tn fictitious name of
J. SYDNEY WOLFF ASSOCIATES
?,' 'J3 .,iw,n "<" Drive, Miami
Huach. Florida, Intend to register said
?sito with the Clerk of the Circuit
ourt of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH S. '.Vcil.Fp
ANN WHI.I'K
HERMAN ORAYfHiN
Attorney for Joseph Wplff
and Ann Wolff
I/16-23-3U 2/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S HEREBY OIVBN that
-ii ing to engage in
fictitious name of
NOTICE
the undersigned, d,
bualneae under th
CARIBBKAN COKMINii-ATioif, at
'':nm.v'.r.I.,,,,1:,'r"l", co,,rt ""
Sjl* 'ONES. sit.
MA Rio |(. .\tAUTINEZ
LEGAL NOTICE
1/9-16-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ourt .,t uade count v. Florida
gOLDlE ORBER and
amos bSn/amin UAN' 80lt' ow"er"
Attorney for Owner:
l/I-I(t K/u-i::
that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME CAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
I'AL.M li.MlliKXS, id T.'iJ-Tfiu,Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend
Jo register mi id nnme with the Clprk
of Hip Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
JACK LENNICK
ANN LENNICK
A BIDD CUTLER
Attorne) for Palm Hardens
I/ZS-S0 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER- FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HaJKEBY OIVKV
k,,'' .S?1""'*?*"- 'esirlnK to engajre Ii
Rswwniws: at'fer^Fw1
1Mb Avenue. Miami, F,a., "intend i.i
th.,8f5eeS!d r""*" "l,h h ">"*
Florida "rt "' "Hde -'"nty.
stkpiJkn'T S? 'ITELN,C
Ati:"'';:> ,,,r applicants
1 >. \\ Jiinl Avenue
l/-l-iS-tQ
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the part-
2iir '' "' ,'e!,l|p rrlebi-rt and Claire
Krlebert trading as Claire Aiwrtments
in Miami Beach, Dade County, F'la ,
has been discontinued and dtsaolve.i
as of Derember 31, 1952.
1/9-16-2S-.-I0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^N
ftN.D F.OR ADE COUNTY, FLOR
lD,AI,INv yRRA\ LEVINE and SAM I.KVINK
O/b/a SAMSON BLOCK CO.
VB Plaintiffs
CORBIN D LANCASTER, ,,/k/a
& P; LANCASTER and
ill.l.LN A. LA.MASTliK. his Wife,
..,.._ __ Delendants
vNTl.?.E,OF MASTERS SALE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the underabjned, as Special Master
ma., and by virtue of the Final l-e-
crey Heretofore entered.In ihe above
'M-d .-ause. on the :nt dav of De-
cember. 19.,.', will offer for sale nd
m-ii at publl. auction for cash, to the
nlffbeal and best bidder, at the south
front fl,,r ,,, thr (-,mtv Coat* llouw
ado ( ounty In the City of Miami.
LEGAL
NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the unriersigiieir, desiring to engage, n
business under the fictitious name of
si.NBAD MoTKL, at Blacayne Bo
vard and Northeast 62nd Street Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register .-.. d
name with the Clerk of H. Cll ill
Court of Dade County, Florida
MARTIN HOTEL, INC.
By: MARTIN T. fl'MiDMAN
President
ATTEST:
JEanm: GOODMAN
Secretarv
.STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, Eso
Attorney for Applicant
1/30 t/t-it-t6
of
IN
CHE
IT. IN
CE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUP
R DADE COUNTY, FLOR
CHANCERY.. No. 185t9S
/.Mil. Plaintiff
*l K, Defendant.
IT FOR DIVORCE
-i: MITZNBR, 7!M Black-
I.".- Angeles, Callfoinia.
notified that a Bill of
_____ has been file.I
Hi I II. ie,|Ulred to
' ii Answer or Plead-
Comidalnt on the
IIAItol.D SHA-
! Road, Miami Beach,
'In original Answer
the office of the Clerk
1 '-inrt on or before the
iruary, m:,3. if you
1 in by default will
you for the relief
ni lb. bid f Complaint.
Ml ORDERED at Miami,
da> of January, 153.
II I.EATHERMAN,
' 'erk, Circuit Court,
Bade County. Florida
''> It II. RICE, JR.
' Keal) Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.i tin- fictitious name of
THE RANCHER MOTEL, al 1780 N
E It6th Street, North Miami, FIS .
Intends Co register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, F'mrlda.
CHAR-THBL CORP.
B) HERMAN LAWNBR,
I : .asuicr
ALBERT I. RosEN
Attorney for Char-Thel Corp.
"to 71st St.
Miami Beach, lia.
1/16-23-30 I ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitlous name of
FASHIONS OF MIAMI, at Z239 N.W.
2nd Avenup, Miami, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MIAMI FASHIONS, INC.
BERICK. SHAPIRO A FTtlED
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLmDNATH,^UDicJAL c/rcu.tTof
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
7..y,NTY- ,N CHANCERY. No. 156106
PHILIP DFMBNER. Plaintiff
ROSE DEMBNER. Defendant
_ SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE OTMBNER, 16.,., fnlon
Street, Brooklyn, New York
?,u *r? ,h-r,,,'v notified that a Bill
of Complaint for DtrWrce has been
rued against you. and you are re|Ulr-
vJf "'serve h copy of your Answer or
Plead ng to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN e
KE8SLER, 4 B.W. 2Snd Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer ,.i Pleading In the offl.-e of
the lerk of the Circuit .Ourt on or
before the Hal day of Feoroary, IMS
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be take,, against
the relief demanded m thi
Complaint.
Mo.NE VXD ORDERED at Miami,
,,;''J'1'1''' ""s -'-1"1 O"! "f lanuary, AD.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
' ircult Court, Dade Countv, Elm ida
Bj M V GREEN
(Circuit Com t Seal)
1 2J-J0 2 6-11
Dade < ounty, Florida, on the 2nd dav
V. .'-!"'''hi !?' '"'"" the hours o'f
ll.tsi o,i,k a.m. and *2:()0 o'clock
P.m.. the same being a legal sales
day an. I the hours the |ejB| hours
of sale, the following described prop-
erty, lying, situate and being In Dade
Ciinly, Florida, lo-wit:
mJrriiro,Uf5..i.,n K,"pk 5- CAM"
BRflKiE LAWNS PARK KCB-
pTVlSION, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Rook
50} I age 4 of the Public Records
of Dade Oonnty. Florida,
together with all the tenements, her-
editaments and afipurtenants there-
unto belonging, or in any wise ap-
pertaining, being sold to satisfy said
Deere.'.
Miami. Dade Countv,
20th day of Januarv,
DATED at
Florida, this
1953.
HARRY SORBON
SAi-L QB^St*' Ma"ter ln CBomcery
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
OENET A OBNET
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla
I/SS-S0 2/6-13
OU I
Bill of
si -N^J'S?BY PUBLICATION
LN J.tl* C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No 15M04
FRANCES LILLIAN
I ..iputy Clerk,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STONE'S LAUNDERETTE, at 3073
S W ^7th Ave Miami. Intend to r.-K-
lstpr salil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
C'RC,U'T COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.NCHAANNcVF0R ADE
t SPIRT
iRY. No. 1560*2
SI'
IT
I \S
T
FOR
DIVORCE
th.
I
luir
-I HIT. 101 Berkley
NVJ.
-in. are hereby notl-
italnl for Dl-
I
i Mains! you, and
'" sen. a ,,,,,. ,.,
alng t,, the Bill
the plaintiffs At-
- '.AIts. i s W 22nd
n.i nie the original
HI the offlee of
Hi Court on*or
1 "i February, IM4
ni lit In '

STEPHEN F.
Attorney for
I s \v. ttnd A vi
1/16-23-30 2/6
EDITH II. STONE
IllHlKIlT \V. STONE
KEKSLER
Applieants
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SHELL M>'G. CO.. at 2724
N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to
register- said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILENE, INC.
By MILTON FILLER. President
stf:phf:n f\ kbssler
Attorney for Applicant
4 S.W. 22nd Avenue
I 16-23-30 2/6
rV|.\
I
i
i,
i
I.
v.iu fin the
f Coih-
' Miami.
-,'" January,
'f-ATHERMAN.
i
! rf
;
utj Clerk
P
"a"RlaFwCT'TioU6
'' iv arvBN
' to rnifane In

I hut
" 'he fi,.|.,i "*:u,r '"
1 sl HIPs '"!"" "' of
tit I-
I'lnI Ida. Int,n,l.
I the Clerk
t>.
nanti
'ur< "I lm-le".'-ou
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
THREE CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 S. W. 6th Stre. t, Miami, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dnde County.
Florida.
allen r. denn
bernard trachtenberg i
i.awrf:nce collaud
1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155069
F:LBURN TALIIOT and
NATALIE TAI.BOT. his wife.
Plaintiffs
vs.
MARGARET C .IACQl'F:S,
aka MARGARET c RUSSELL
and ......... RCS8EL, her husband,
1 '.-rendants
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: MARGARET C JACQPES,
aka MAROARET C. RUSSELL
and KISSEL, her husband
lH7lh Street 37th Avenue
Dade County, F'londa
Mailing address: Rt. 3
Post office Box 131-D.
Hollywood. Florida
You Margaret c. Jacques, aka Mar-
garet C. Russell and Ruasel,
her husband, are hereby notified that
a Bin of Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
PMJ6 has lieen fllpd anain-l you, and
you arp rpi|ulred to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleadings to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' At-
torney, AMos BENJAMIN. 506 Olym-
pla Building. Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ISrd day of
February, 1958. if you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Rill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this -'1st day of January. 1HS1S
E II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM W STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk
1/23-30 2'6-I3 ,
vs.
WILLIAM
R FD 1
Altmar. New Yoik,
SUIT-FOR
TO: William E.
You are hereby
of Complaint for
DEWEY,
Plaintiff
E. DEWEY, sit.
1 'efelllailt
DIVORCE
DEWEY, Si:
lotified that a Bill
Divorce has been
filed against you, and you ore required
to serve u copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of cmnpiaint on
the plaintiff- Attorney, STEPHEN F
KESSLER, 1 S.W. ^nd Avenue, Mi-
ami. Honda, and file the original
Answer or Pleading ln the pfflci
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 16th day of February, 1953.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONF: AND ORDF:RED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of Januarv, .\ |i
1*51.
B D. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I'.nie County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal!
By WM. W. STOCKING
1/16-23-30 1/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 156-399
EDITH 0 WARREN. Plaintiff
vs.
HARRY ALLEN WARREN,
aka harry WARREN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BARRY ALLEN WARREN
aka HARRY WARREN
New Orleans. Iulslana
You, Harry Allen Warren, aka II .r-
K,7*W?n- Br? hereby notified Hi, .,
mil of complaint for Divorce ha- been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve copy of your Answer or
I leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney, AMOS pen
JAMIN, 505 Olympla Building. Miami.
Florida, and. file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
23rd day of February. 19.-.3. If i
fall to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complnlnt
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of January,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
By WM. W. STOCKLNOi
Deputy Clerk
1/23-3.1 276-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersign.- i. desiring to engage In
. ss undei the fh Htlous name of
SHOW FIR SHIELD CO, at 2221 S \\
t7th \o- Miami l-'ia Int< nds to rei
Id s with the Clerk ol
ihi Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PHILIP CANTOR, sole owner
L9-16--
2/1 '"AN'" <**. Owner)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is III 111 i:Y GIVEN that
the undersign I, desiring t......*<>: In
business mill l the fictitious nal.....>f
XKRI'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY,
a- 317 Hid St., Miami Beach. Fla .
Irtend to register aid name with the
C:erk of th- Circuit Court of Dade
Counts, Florida. ___
mollif: goldsmith
____ betty hasp1l
HENRY Nl.'HMENBACM
Attorney for Applicants
1*41 Seybold Building '
l/-l-n-l9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BILL MILLERS RIVIERA, at 17'.
Weal Avenue, Miami Beach, Dnd..
i"ounty. Florida, Intends to CPg4*ier
said name with the Clerk of the On -
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
B M It. com-..
a Fluid., corporation
BPRNETT ROTH
Attorney for II. M. R. CORP..
a Florida corporation
41J Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/9-16-23-30 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ngme el
P.IONDIX LAUNDRY, al US N.W
Eighth Avenue, Miami. Dad.- County,
la, intends lo register said name
with the ciei-k of the I ;it Court of
Dad,' Count Florid
anton mik.'I.icii (Sole Owner)
WILLIAM I BRENNER
ISO Llm oln it. ni
\li.in,I Heai !>. F la.
2 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEI "111 OIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- mi i, i i he fii tltious nami ol
NEW BINOAPORI LOUNGE, at 223
Hrd street. Miami Beach, Florida. In-
tends to reglater said name with the
CHerk of the circuit Court of Dnde
Countv, Florida.
SEYMOUR CORP
By ALFRED MASARoNE.
President
SEYMOUR B. L1EBMAN. Atty.
eai Lincoln Road
Ml ml Beach. FV-rlda
1,9-16 23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155902
SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOOK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MILTON thf:Dork BOCK
Defendant.
TO: MILT'iN THEODORE BOCK:
IS 511650 7.'. Co. "H"
2BW OTB ORTC
Aberdeen Prov. Or.
Maryland
Y'ou are required to serve a copy of
;. our answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 16th da) of
February, a.d. U6I; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
14th day of January, isr.3.
F: II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade Codnty, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
l:> WM W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
iiij3 seyboM Bidg.
Miami. Florida
1'16-23-3(1 l/l
IN THE CIRCUTT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 156884
JOSEPH GALLAOHER, Plaintiff,
vs.
EVELYN GALLAGHER, Deren
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: EVELYN GALLAOHER
. ., Nettie Riten..i!:
:::. Bast Libert] street
Charles Town. West Virginia
YOU, EVELYN GALLAGHER in
herein notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint tor Divorce has been filed a-
galnat you, and you are required to
serve b copy <>f your Answer or I
lug to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, ROBERT .I
LEWI80N, 7is s.ii,,,I,i Building. Mi-
ami 12, 1- lorjda, and file the ..
Answet oi Pleading In the offl
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court
Eleventh Judicial circuit, in aid foi
Dade County, Florida, on or before
the 16th day of February, 1153 if
you fall t*. do so, judgment by default
will In- taken against you for the
lief demanded in the Bill of Con
plaint,
This notice shall lie published min-
each week fur lour consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDMRED in Cham-
bers at ^tlanii, Dade County. Florida,
this 16th dav of Januarv, ItS]
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
1 16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Bctltlous name of
kill MILLER'S MIAMI BEACH
RIVIERA, at 1750 West Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, I'ad.- County. Florida. In -
ni.is to register said name ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida
B II R CORP.,
a Plol Id i c poration
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for II M R CORP.
a Florida < "i poration
412i 'ongress Building
Miami. Florida .
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 29386-B
In Re ESTATE OP
SOPlE DIENER, also known as
Sofia Dlener. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Saiil Estate:
You. and each of you. are In- -Lv
notified and rei|uiie.l to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, muv have against lb'-
estate of BOF|B 1'IENER. deceased
late of Miami. Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. County Judges of Dado
c,,unty, and file the same in their
office in the County Courthouse in
Dade Countv. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred S.-e Section 120 of
the 1933 Probate Act.
Date January 5th. A.D I5S.
/s/ ABRAHAM DIFINER
As Bxeoator of the Last Will
and Testament of
SOPIE DIENER. Deceased.
MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN, Es-ts.
6a0 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for FIxecutor
1/9-16-23-30
ATTENTION
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lor moanenger gerrica.
SEITUN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAQEg
PHONE 9-3836
lee ST. M|AMI *. FLA.


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