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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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liBwiislbJEIIiDididliiauD
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 27- Number 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
E HITS IRON CURTAIN PURGE
investigators' Are
IcCarran's Aides
WASHINGTON (JTA)Every House member of a new joint Con-
lonal "watchdog'" Committee created to study operation of the
Van-Walter Immigration Act voted to pass the act over Presj-
t veto, it was disclosed this week. Representative Emanuel 0*1-
Jie House's leading advocate of liberal immigration legislation.
Benied a seat on the body, but Representative Francis E. Walter.
pnsor of '.lie act and who
I anti-Semiti. remarks on the
[of the House, was made a
tr.
Joint Committee (n lmmi-
bn and Nationality Policy will
[strong influence over any at-
; to carry* out changes which
lent Eisenhower has said
made in the law. It is
Ihere as an indication that the
[Administration will take no
I action to revise the spirit
controversial act.
faker Joseph W. Martin, Jr.,
the following House mem-
the juuit committee: Repre-
ss Louis E. Graham, (D-
ith Thompson. [. Hilling i K Calif); Francis
'alter. (D-Pa); and J. Frank
, (DTexa-i. All those ap-
|ed voted to override Presi-
Truman's veto of the McCar-
"alter Act.
[resolution calling upon Presi-
] Eisenhower and the rew Con-
I to give top priority to the
'on of the new immigration
naturalization law was adopted
meeting against the McCarran-
r Immigration Act sponsored '
% American Jewish Congress, j
Jthan 1.500 persons attended
inlly which was held at the
*iyn Academy of Music in
TYork.
nmissioner Edward Corsi,
head of the US Displaced
Commission, in a state-
, lhe meeting, called atten-
to President Eisenhower's
p during the election cam-
to mdify ,he McCarr,n.
" Act, and declared that "af-
^ve action on the part of
FJ to carry out this pledge
10o much to convince the
we not only believe in
JjJJ.but act according to its
f new TW Pinted out
UmiiH lmmiKraUn statute, lt-
W0uld nt be sufficient.
Britain
Is Mum
On Jets
No Violation Is Trivial; Says President To AJC;
Feeling Against Communists Runs High In Israel
Copyright, 1953, by Tho Jewish Tele-iraphic Aqency Inc.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower this week condemned "the vicious anti-Semitism raging behind ihe
Iron Curtain" and pointed out that "once again purges, deportations and imprisonment are shown to be
the stock weapons of the tyrant. Again we arc taught," he added, "that totalitarian systems, under any
name, sooner or later employ the same weapons to serve the same evil ends."
The President coupled his denunciation of anti-Semitism a road with grim warning that "these bitter
facts summon every free citizen to renew his awareness of his duty to do all in his own power to honor
and to guard our precious civil and religious liberties and to decry, with candor and courage, any villi-
fication of them."
In his statement, addressed to the American Jewish Committee's
46th annual meeting in New York, the President pointed out that "no
violation is too trivial to be attacked. There is no such thing as just a
little bigotryany more than there can be just a little persecution."
President Eisenhower lauded the committee for its fight for the
civil, religious rights of Jews "over the span of a half century scarred
by totalitarianism's most violent assaults upon these rights" and said
that the fight "served the cause of freedom for peoples of all religions
and naticnalities." He expressed the hope this work would go for-
ward "until we know ourselves to be truly worthy of the ideas we pro-
fess." |------------------------------------"
Protest Against Drivo I prejudice and discrimination."
President Eisenhower's denunci-1 ^ fjy to the 34,000,000 Amcri-
proclaimed tnat "the present series
of purges in Russia and in other
lands behind the Iron Curtain are
an offense to God and a violation
of the moral law." It called on
"freedom-loving p e o pie every -
where" to "register their condem-
Connnued on Pag* 8 A
LONDON (JTA)The British
Government does not intend to
make a written reply to Israel's
protests on the delivery of jet
planes to the Arab states, it was
learned here from sources close
to the Foreign Office. The gist
of the British position on Is-
rael's protest was explained
orally by Foreign Secretary An-
thony Eden when he conferred
recently with Israel Minister
Eliahu Elath.
These sources said that the
British Government holds to its
views that the tripartite agree-
ment of 1950, guaranteeing the
borders of the Middle East states
from aggression, is all the pro-
tection that Israel needs and
that Britain will not be dissuaded
from taking what it considers
necessary steps to build up Mid-
dle East defenses. The need to
arm the Middle East was stressed
this week by Ewen Montague,
president of the Anglo Jewish
Association, in a report on the
situation to the organization's
council.
He said "it must be apparent
to all of us that the Middle East
must be strong if Russian im-
perialism and despotism" is to
be restrained. He added that
"we can rest assured that due
safeguards will be maintained to
prevent the misuse of arms but
we must all feel the deepest
sympathy for the anxiety nat-
urally aroused in Israel."
ation of the Communist anti-Semit-
ic campaign came as information
penetrating the Iron Curtain indi-
cated a stepping up of the Soviet's
anti Jewish drive in the Soviet
Union and in the satellite coun-
tries.
It was followed by a statement
from Secretary of State John Fos
ter Dulles who declared that "srove
labor camps and ruthless purges
are grim reminders, elsewhere in
the world of the bitter fruits of
# # ','
cans adhering to the 30 Protestant
denominations affiliated with the
National Council of Churches of
Christ to "register their condem-
nation" of the Soviet campaign
against the Jews was issued here
last week by the Council's General
Board.
The Board said tnat the Soviet
campaign against the Jews was
"painfully remniscent of the anti-
Semitic madness of Hitler" and
^ -> V
Kremlin Steps Up
Hate Campaign
Copyright, 1953, by Tho Jowish Tolegraphic Agoncy, Inc.
The Kremlin last week stepped up its anti-Jewish campaign
the Soviet Union and the satellite states.
Charges of medical malpractice brought against nine Moscow doc-
tors to Uunch the anti-Jewish campaign in the Sonet Union were
backed up this week by new charges against others, particularly
singled out at Jews, of medical inefficiency and quackery.
A virtual incitement to violence
against the Jews was broadcast by
G G Shevel. secretary of the
Young Communist League of the
Ukraine, who directed its 2.300.000
members to carry out a "merci-
less" fight against the beastly
agencys of American imperialism
"Ukrainian and Jewish bour-
geois nationalism and Zionism."
Speaking at Kiev, Shavel said
bourgeois Jewish nationalists were
serving American imperialism. The
charges against the nine Moscow
doctors, he asserted, proved that
"these miserable hirelings" would
commit any crime. The American
Jewish Committee charged last
week that the Soviet authorities in
East Germany had applied Nazi
Continued on Pas* A
Mapam
To Expel
Dr. Sneh
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Mapam
' Party Council, highest policy mak-
i ing body of the left wing Socialist
j Party, voted last week to expel Dr.
; Moshe Sneh and other leaders of
the extremist faction which has
j set itself up as the "Socialist Work-
ers Party." The vote was 222 to
21, with nine abstentions. Sneh's
supporters on the council boycot-
ted the meeting.
The council also authorizing the
party's Steering Committee, its ad-
ministrative body to expel any
member of the party who joins the
Sneh group. The motion for expul-
sion, previously adopted by the
Steering Committee, was presented
in the council by Jacob Chazan.
Dr. Chanan Rubin, speaking for
the opponents of expulsion, told
the council that although he dis-
agreed with Dr. Sneh's anti-Zionist
attitude, he did not agree that ex-
pulsion was justified.
The members of the Sneh group
distributed leaflets explaining
their reasons for boycotting the
council session and demanding an-
other meeting of that body in six
weeks. Meanwhile, Meir Yaari, Ha-
shomer Hatzair leader, attacked
Dr. Sneh and his new faction in an
article in Al Hamishmar entitled,
A Sorrowful Annex.


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FRIDAY,
Banks Lend Israel
516,150,000
NEW YORK A syndicate
banks headed by the Bank
Nathan Chanin To Be Feted At Banquet
By Workmen's Circle Sunday Evening
of
""......, Nathan Chanin. general secre-
America of San Francisco and in- ,,, |hr workmen's Circle now
cudi^ntoe other banks through- vac*Uontag on Miami Beach, will
O $16130.000 to the Sate ol 1- b ,h(, H(:;;.h H;,|U,h N
"el. it was announced here !> m on Sundav, Februarj 8th,
Dr. MartinRosenbluth,representa- t!u, I;.i.,.,1, .,, Washing.
tive for the Western Hemisphere j ,, _
of Israel's Ministry of Finance oi chanin. who was elected to the
the state of Israel
highe: I office i lal or
lion las) Fall which com
prises over 70.000 members, arriv-
ed in Amei er a spectacular
escape from Siberian political pris-
on in 1912.
Chanin. with a minority group,
then organized the Verband whose
general sccretarj he was for IS
years. He also ~tarted its semi-
monthly periodical. Der Wecker.
in which his column. Letter To A
! Friend, appears regularly and di
' cusses topic of political, social
l and Jewish national problems
In 1937. Chanin became cduca
Dr. Swirsky In
Talk On Jerusalem
Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky will ad-
Clress the Zionist Luncheon Club
on Wednesday, February nth.
12:15 p.m.. at the RitZ-PIaia Ho
tel.
His topic will be: Jerusalem
Old And New.
CnnornS,W,irSkyoSPuriL",al ^^ f i
th ,' .h.hn L1, Pre8ents tional director of the Workmen',
broken rhninCnf B.K?n "?'\Citel* in wWch P<*< ** **4 tin
married fo n ^ ^ '* ,j| hi> Promotion to general secre-
"ZZ JLLt v "T""': **y Beside greatly increasing the
Frank X h of''p kv C^Ch nu,"bt'r "f "h>ls, Chanin started
I rank, is the Chtef Rabb. of Jeru- ,nc publicaUon nf tu mtguinea
T, I for the Educational Department. <
* It "1'V '|,l'i,kor was nrdained One deals with general problems n,.lv ,
for he Rabbinate a, the Hebrew of education. The Other is a -uven- I>"', .. .ufwritlrn children'
Theological (ollege in Chicago and ile periodical He also developed : i u children s
subsequently served there as Pro- a department for the p b c .....k m'h 'j Sf"11 "U *
al Lecturer in Practical of text SoE PuW,caUn biography and a hook on Sovte.
hnr fni,Ch- or Swirsk> '~ ;I mem- 0utsid > Workmen's Cir- '"' _________
reraors ol de, Chanin's activities include theiu nix*
organizing of the publishing house HUmCM RClCJTIORS
Cyco, of the Congress oi Jewish &w J t_
culture and of the Jewish Labor jTUdV DV JeWISH
Committee, where he still has a itf i *+
Women s Council
United Jewish Appeal. Chanin
went to Israel, later publishing a
series of articles in the Jewish
Lincoln University and is a mem-
ber of the Speaker.-' Bureau of the
lion of America
Also featured <>n the Luncheon
pri -ram will be Charles H. Lee,
who will rendi i esl ol the
week's new. ol Israeli and Jewish
Content.

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America during World War II. lat Beach Division, National Council
or publishing a book describing of Jewish Women, will hold its
the conditions of Jew- m those final meeting of the current series
countries.
After the end of hostilities, he
was sent by the Jewish Labor Com
mittee on a mission to war-devas-
tated Europe, where he organized
homes and sanatoria for orphaned
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wishes o express deep appreciation to their many friend,
for the kind exoressions of symoathy extended
in their recent bereavement
on February 11th. at 1 p.m.
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, pro
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chief psychologist of the Citj of
Miami Beach and was formerly
Professor of Psychology and Con-
sulting Psychologist at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
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home of Mrs. Harrv Dinnerslein
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Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish
Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida.
Entered as second-class nutter July 4, 1930, at the Post
Office ol Miami. FM.. under the Act ot March 3, 1879.
The Jewish Floridian h.is absorbed the Jewish Unity
and the Jew.sh Weekly. Member ot the Jewish Tele,
graph.c Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World-
wide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer.
Wan Aaaeeial n of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida
Press Association,
ruth ..f in,- n.e t columns.
One Yea
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
., $3.00 Two Years__________J5.0C
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
vJewisfi Meridian ft m .
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E Sixth Street UUNflQ \[\ WCdC A S I K _
BT LEO MINDLIN
HW^ '"'" iir^Nir^nrAiiiifAnsfAwr^mrAmr^ '^^^V^^W^W^Vjsi
IN A PREVIOUS COLUMN, I discussed what ]
position of the English Jewish press today. I pointer!nS'(ler'w
large the ideal- of its editors are compromised with thUt liatM
readership whose confused attitudes call for the In >h (1e'nfl
:', ssionalism but whose personal intrusions on the puhfM leve|J
H -iib-cribes overwhelm the probability of. such r.,., lca,'nsujf
1 prok'vs'onalijni
\- I -co it. this relationship between editor and reari
rlamentj] stumbling block to the creation of an Enur h"'
paper which appears most desirable. The pathetic "th*^
blame for compromised ideals falls where it least be! "8 "*
le hears the discontented cries of readers who bewail th! *"
Shevat 21, 5713
Volume 27
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953
Number 6
Ike And If is Friends r. Silver's ilinliflav
Hardly two weeks have passed since his Dr. Abba Hillel Silver is currently marking
assumption of the Presidency, and already his 60th birthday. The Zionist Organization of
Dwight D. Eisenhower must juggle the hot po- America recently took the occasion to tender
one
JJwight D. tisenhower must juggle the hot po- America recently tooK me occasion iw ***
tatoes of discord he inherited from a Demo- the venerable Rabbi a dinner in his honor. ance of insignificant news matter published week after mhJ
cratic administration that fought the nation to Many notable dianitaries were present to for an increase in the^ amount of syndicated material hm
;ts last moment of power on the issue of civil pay tribute to the silver-tongued orator whose
rights. iron will and personality have had equal im-
President Eisenhower disappointed a good pact on the ZOA and the American-Jewish
manv Republicans who supported him during community at large.
his camoaian when he shattered their isoln- None can deny that there have been times i I essential makeup and to draw specific conclusions
when Dr. Silver's firm attitudes and unshakable
his campaign when he shattered their isola-
tionist, states rights illusions with his inaugural
speech in January. He also left counless con-
verted Democrats fearful for the welfare of then-
negative fair employment practice attitudes.
The President apparently warned his hybrid
supporters at that time no! to expect American
cooling toward the United Nations under his
adniir.istratic::. And new he has come cut in hit youth.
favor of eliminating racial segregation in the In recent years he baa stood aloof from ZOA
crmed services and the District of Columbia. activity. Hurt thai bil word was not heeded to
This will be a bitter pill fa many Republi. the letter, Dr. Silver chose to stand apart. But
cans, starved by twenty years of Democratic the Zionist Organization of America's tribute
rule, to swallow. While they thought they had to him surely bespeaks the profound respect
found in Mr. Eisenhower a man who can be for this colorful man felt by the ZOA and Jewry
convictions led him to disagreement with the
men who currently guide Zionist destiny. But
only the memories of his impassioned pleas
before the United Nations in 1948, are needed
to recognize the Rabbi s close identification
with the Jewish cause he has espoused since
tor an increase in tne amount of syndicated material h T
tinually fail to accept tne fact that the volume of seermnsl I*
able copy il the accumulation of their demand for perso i
I have been news editor of The Jewish Floridian for i m
one year During that time, I have had ample opportunity til
it- essential makeup and to draw specific conclusions reea"!/*"
nature of the choice governing the stories appearing in it '
Quite candidly. I must say at the outset that at no tjme k "i
even a decent amount of freedom to- exercise my judgment''
matter. The reasons. I hope, will here become manifest
made to conform to their very private pnr.ri
pies of freedom, the new President seems ben:
on express::-.:: himself in a manner which rec-
ognizes that the chronicle of time will not toler-
ate reactionary changes in the name of party
politics.
One of Mr. Eisenhower's uncomfortable lega-
cies is the McCarran Act. The President went
on record before Conaress Monday as urging
its immediate revision.
In naming a committee to continue Mr. Tru-
man'g sarliei investigations oi the act. the
Speakei pi the House lound i: fittinc to appoint
the very men who supported Senator McCar-
rcr. and Representative Walter throughout the
entire conflict attending Us paeaaae
It would he w5:: fat v- fhenhusiM ha mon-
itor r.is -.ongtessior.o. -- -' he tores to
have implemented the prencemceemeats h
ardent'-.- makes.
at large.
The Home Progresses
The Jewish Home tor the Aoeo TtH .- =
second anniversary at the Dougkni Scrdens
site on Sunday. Home oifiaclj took he :<::.
runity of paying tribute to V. inns whe -e.o-
ed the home in its move three yean ;:;
While much remarkable fntpnni bat oee:
made in the ::e:d o: aaed cere at tne :-.-
ticn here those who identify rhemseb'e= with
the home are the Bid to admit that a good deal
still remains to be done. Added facil.-te? se
needed to W the medicc: and scc:a: needs
of residents. Mere converter.- netsiods o: |-.-
ing must he devised for ambulator,- mo wr.ee.
cr.cir persons.
Designed to meet these needs is a ne
proposed master deve:opment to:an which wfc]
--- :i P^'--- rechamon in the lack A"r..r.
lorial Building. This a a itting I
tne late Mr Ablin and one which typifies
Jewish Homes forward-lookinq principles
me care oi aged person*] A; iucfa (he
<* -; : d communal :-i- will
with I [iami ewry s constant i
progrea on all activity.
Death Ot A Lester
Mo&te Setiq o.eo kol week St the ooe o: 88
and once again we reluctantly note the past-
ing o: anotner communal leadex
Bu: sreo_:ot:on on km is tee a tr;ru-e -
the man than an indication o: out own real m-
tion tnat he will not easily oe replaced in the
neeay ichedule o: civic --- phikrnthron -
work. Mr. Seha s was an Mtviabk record here.
He came to Miami in 2954 and only ten veers
later rose to presidency o: :.-.? Greater Vkrmj
Jewisr. Federation.
His varied interests reflected Mr. Seha s total
social awareness and ere enara-.ed his
wars with Mount Sinai Hospital the Jewish
Home for the Aged, the Greater Miami JewJ-
Commuruu- Center and the Universrv '- v"
ami.
His mourners come from everv walk of life
Here. We take our place among them.
The Seminary Convenes
The Jewish Theolociccl Seminary of Amer-
icc convenes ct a breakfast on Miami Beach
today. Its annual mid-winter conference is now
in full swing.
We are hard put to recali when such a
scholarly group o: wide repute last visited
here Their attitudes and opinions on religious
ana sccial questions will surely leave their
mark or. -he eountlea spiritual and lay lead-
ers assemoh.-.o in the Miami area to partici-
pate in the conference.
rhe theme o: 3.o;e and Democracy bespeaks
the Seminary s Mai approach to World Jewry,
icuo. :- importance with the scholars discus-
=-.ons oj rehgious issues will be their examina-
oon o: Judaism as a social philosophy.
- -; os we see it can hardly be* divorced
from the expression o: int.mate views on the
rate o: >*s ..-. Iron Curtain countries. From
reports members of the Seminary and the
Rabbinical Cabinet plan to devote a mcjor
portion ot their time in Ihk regard.
Thus the Ha] aspects o! Judaism as spiritual
ana ethical ce..et nr.d further ramifications in
the hands tt the Seminar.-. The Greater Miami
arec we.oomes its leader* m the hope that the
-::. en ::-s ;:.: will find a proper setting
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, like most of its planned .isto.
- aim- primarily to establish a Jewish communm conxion!
It strives to acquaint its readership with the fundamental
Judaism as a mode of life within the larger sphere of America
ety This is attempted by implication rather than b\ instruction1
prevalent appearance of news items concerning the variotu on
here, or the Miami chapters of national and international!.
is designed to sensitise its readers to the fact thai collected
arms of opinion exist in our time which publicly take posinoHa
for soeto-Kligioui protection, which express in-group attitudes
means of communicating them to the world at large and which
toward perpetuating a cultural tradition in the face of a last
graphic dispersion.
I could name a host of such Jewish organization^. *,,h $.*
Soguc in the forefront, whose aspirations run along these lines I
such organizations that we should like constantly to give notice bvV
porting on their functions and through feature stories explauuM*
methods of operation.
At an aspect of this difficult sensitizing process. The Jewish |
lan has been increasingly attempting to publish wire service matt
giving the inside details behind national and international news
Here, the paper theoretically reigns supreme. While the large:
politan daily has little more interest in feeding its local rod
with items concerning the intimate details of Jewish community,
-pace-consuming sacrifice in the name of total awan
, it does often find worthwhile the presentation of worldwide;
where Israel or Jewry at large plays a significant role.
This is especially true with matters involving niHinal
The current anti Semitic purges by Communist-controlledi
tries is a ease in point The Jew hatred in our own country, it v,
t me. is sufficiently horrifying properly to call for coverage M
Metropolitan daily Yet. except where "interesting, readable
dalism ,as last year in Miami. Philadelphia and Boston or persoa,
assassination is concerned such coverage is rarely forthcoming. Tiei
ent brand of Communist anti-Semitism, as sensationalist copy. !al
glorious, universal market The public, inured to its own smiaj
-!. gulps the tale< told of blood and gore as a means 0f dii
its private Jew hating inclinations with socially acceptable pity
But The Jewish Floridian. as an example of the EnglishJe
press s not similarly motivated. It seeks consistently to publish I
matter reflecting national and global trends and the part that
piaj in shaping them What, then, is the reason for the dearth of t-
matter' And why does The Jewish Floridian frequently overtook]
stated purpose of sensitizing the community to the existence of'
-izations concerned with its most intimate interests?
fm
ZONING UP
EACH WEEK, AS NEWS EDITOR, I am deluged with lite
ol items that can have little meaning for more than tht|
submit them or the groups they represent I am sinul
- turned in by an endless list of organizations I
count their social functions as the most earth-shaking >f occurrei
-pace limitations. I must budget the number of
rial But the budgeting proces is never i
leetare designed to cherish mj ideals.
iph of these items eat ravenously into the coluaal
': syndicated articles and nes coverage^
the activities of significant cultural and reli
the war between the local and the feature material t-
hea defeated. I submit to the v ^ O of thai
Ibscriben The result is a ne*spapp
I The reader must search out with a scrutiwa"!'
terns ,- he will most often not find in the metropolis
tended by the description of mass Jewish slau-tfWH
:> swamped by a plethora of -society stories M
the sanction of monetarv proceeds earmarked for one Israel m
ther,
. The J.wi.h Floridian subsequently set upon by *!
torn apart wuh the intention of finding the one pa**l
item and once im~j___i ___...... ___.____ ....u,. Hianil
->nce uncovered and carefully proofread, totally dw^
y balanced by the individual war to disco"*
M> war of choice is finally
and discard.
a-J^E say' ,n,s u a m< method of publication. I *
zmmi'j**i h'xup,,n srU
anrTZ h*Ve U'tlma,e cho "eHy. it my dut> to sort J
me nl Ue 'n a manncr lhat *'" "*d o interest.n, and u> "J
n mmnr>PaPer *"h ,h* Spec,flf nwb ot its Jwsh reiMkrS^
P^s. Reoctioo To Soviet AntLSe
miti&m
IH
local anV.we her* chareterized the victor in the war ie***!
inofZ kIs>nd,ct1 the subsenber. His is a strange person*
Krili kl J* raiU """essly about the publicaUon to which he *
scribes, he has had a larger hand in its design than he thinks


in
PEBRUARYG^W
+J(**l*tn*rHtor
PAGE 5A
*>.
,H,ss Joan Eromberg
Lerg, Block
bse June Kites
Joan Bromborg and Mason
gek, former University of
students, plan a June wed-
lr engagement is announced
bride-elect's parents, Mr.
irs. Richard Bromborg. of
i.>. Illinois. hn entertained
liner recently in the La Rue
rant.
|Block is Ihe son of Mr. and
lharles Block. 2842 Pine Tree
I He attended Admiral Farra-
ademy and was a member of
Ubda Phi Fraternity at the
rsity of Miami.
Miss Barbara Moldaver
Miss Moldaver Will
Wed Mr. Richman
Miss Barbara Maldaver will ex-
change vows with Robert Richman
in August.
A former University of Miami
student, the bride-elect is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freder-
ick Moldaver, Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. Richman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Richman, 480 SW
62nd Court. He was a sergeant in
the Air Force for three years.
jh Fashion Show
| Monday, February 9th, the
Group of Hadassah will
it 12:30 p.m., for a Dessert
Icon and Fashion Show at
Be Beth Sholom. Members
Jiew Esther Hadassah, morn-
I night wearing fashions from
, of Lincoln Hoad.
Rabbi Mescheloff
At Yiddish Forum
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be
guest speaker at Der Yiddisher
Forum tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.
m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Subject of his talk is scheduled
as: Religious Trends in American
Jewish Life.
Rabbi Mescheloff is spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth Jacob.
He is also president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association and
the Jewish National Fund Council
here.

Westview Features
Bridge, Canasta Piny
A recent Bridge Party Night at
Westview Country Club brought
out England'1 movie and stags per-;
sonality Georgia Harris as guest of.j
Mr. K. E. Bloom.
Some 33 bridge experts partici- j
pated in the tournament. Play-
ing host to her brother, Mr. Jos-
eph Kaufman, of Los Angeles, Cal-
ifornia, was Mrs. Larry Rosenberg.
Mr. Kaufman is a movie producer
currently interested in introducing
cinerama here. He has been re-
sponsiblc for such motion picture
hits as Sudden Fear, It Happened
On Fifth Avenue and The Babe
Ruth Story.
Also guests of Mrs. Rosenberg
were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hohauser
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kenin,
owners of the Algiers Hotel.
First place winners in the tourn-
ament were Ray Pels and Edith
Rose. Tied were Minnie Wolf and
Murry Gross, of Asheville, North
Carolina. Mrs. B. J. Wagner and
Lynn Green, of New York City,
were runners up. While third
place was taken by Mike Kratzc
and Howard Schenken.
The committee in charge of the
affair included Max Turk, Addie
Finnieston, Mike Kratze, Mrs. Ger-
trude Rosenthal and Al Hesse.
At a Westview Canasta Tourna-
ment, North-South and East-West
teams found rigid competition in
each other. The Mesdames Fay
Rubin, Emilie G. Palley and Albert
Rosenthal were East-West winners.
Beatrice Van Wye, Mrs. Leon Ros-
enberg and Selma Siavin proved
North-South star players.
Other events at Westview last
week included the 21st wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
A. Strauss and the birthday party
for Mrs. Ann Lipton given by her
husband. Joseph Lipton, president
of Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association.
Present at the Strauss affair
were their children, Rosemarie
and Arnold, Miss Eddie Bernie and
the Strauss' sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zahn, of
1 Oak Park, Illinois. Mr. Zahn is
' president of the Dr. Jerome Solo-
non Cancer Research Foundation
ind president of the Louis Zahn
Jrug Company^
LEGAL NOTICE
Harold Shapiro
Harold Shapiro
Changes Air Time;
Rabbi Is Guest
With the increase of power in
Station WINZ to 50,000 watts, Har-,
old Shapiro's radio program, Meet
Your Neighbor, will now be heard
on Sundays at 8 p.m.
For February 8th, Shapiro has
invited Rabbi Irving Lherman, spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, to discuss Democ-
racy And The Bible, theme of the
Nationaf Planning Conference now
being held here by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
Meet Your Neighbor is a special
feature of the Yiddish Classical
Hour directed by Morris Nasatir.
Gables Zionists
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
: trict met last night at the Jewish
Center. Two movies, Tent City and
Hope From Huleh, were shown,
with Morris Simon presiding.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372
1'AUL l>l CANDTA, Plaintiff
VI
l.irv |,I CANDIA, Defemtanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl : l.i CY I J I 'A.\ i i .\. tv M
sinrt. New York -'. Sew Fork.
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTU IED
thai i mil of l' 1111>i ilnl f'.: I Ivor
en filed against you In the
ibovi entitled i u an I you are heri -
bj i, |,iit ,d to g< a cop)
\ .\. i to tile BUI of CompiAlnt on the
i.....id file tn<
Inal In the ofl i ol l of the
i 'Ircull i 'ourt on or le 9th
la:. of M .. ol hoi lee .i I iecree
pro Confesso will be entered aaalm
j ou.
Thli notice shall be published once
each week foi foui .....icutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH I-"!.' Hill MAN.
DATED al Miami, Florida, thl SOth
Mr. ..I January
l: B L.EATHERMAN,
ci, i k of Circuit foui i
II) : M IV OREEN
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER .. MVLLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff, BW laaraham
ItiilWIhiK, Miami, fr'iorida
SO-?!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrtni to enas a i
business under the fictitious name of
ri;i:s< itil'TMN PHARMACY, at kt
K. 1st Avenue, lllaleuh, 1 .a.. Intends
!., register said nama with Hi- Clerk
..f the Circuit Court << Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT LEVITT, boto owner
PALLOT, SILVER ft Ml i.l."Y
Attorneys f<>r Applleant
804 Ingraham Blag.
Z/6-1S-20-27
March Of Dimes
Affairs Slated To Begin
Benefits for the March of
Dimes, under the auspices of some
50 Miami Beach hotels, got under
way early last week with Mrs. Lil-
lian wolf as coordinator. Mrs. Wolf
said that she expects the benefits
to net more than last year's $50.-
000 total.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154-Wi-l.
MORTON MENDEZ, Plaintiff
Jl'I.IA MENDEZ. lu-ftn-laiit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .M'l.lA MENDEZ, 107 Riverside
Drive, New fork City, New York.
You are n-nuired '> serve a copy ,,f
Ihe Answi-i to th.- Bill of Complaint
upon Ihe plamllff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG. 4*0 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beaeh, MuliMi. and fil-
the originiii In the office of th.- Clerk
.,; the Circuit Court "n or before
M.inh :i. Itsa; otherwise, -.it.i mil
will be takes as confessed b) yuu.
I latcd this Srd day of 1 ebruary,
AD. 1963.
K n. LBATHBRMAN,
i 'lei k ,.f the Circuit C >ui t.
Bj R H RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clark.
--------

NY INVESTS Jenny Grossinqer, famed resort operator
'. was bo impressed with a visit to the Israel Exposition,
W Washinqton Avenue, that she invested in a S5.003 State
itactel Bond. She is shown with Mrs. Hany Gersten, chair-
of the Women's Division in the Greater Miami area.
THE FINEST SOAP!
Cuts your cleaning time In hall I
Made from pure coconut olL
bted by Hi-Grade food Company Phone 9-MM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desirinic to engage m
. uii,l.!' the fictitious name of
' |< IV" I NO CO., ai II M N W. '-'lili
We., Intends to register said name
with the Clark of the Circuit Court
ri i i.i le 'miiMv. Florida.
PAUL BERLIN
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS.
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to en*
-; under Ihe fictitious nun- of
rllKEE CAPTAINS P1SHER1E8, al
:: i b.W J( ii sn'i Miami, nte a
i-i. r v i,,i name Ith the i 'lerk
of ,i. i Court of Dads County,
BERNARD TRACHTESBERG
ALLEN DENN
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Lawrem Co ard ',"','
.....ted with the Thr.- Captains Flan-
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PAGE 6A
. Mggat flr>ridiari
Shaloma Group In
Dramatic Skit
Mrs. Jack Bernard, president of
the Shaloma Group of Hadassah.
announces a dramatic presentation.
Life With Hadassah. to be held
on Monday. February 9th. 8:15
p.m.. at the Hibiscus Lodge.
Mrs. Bernard Goldberg directed
the play, and Mrs. Samuel Lepow
will act as chairman of the eve-
ning. Narration of the play will
be performed by Mrs Bernard
Smith, with Larry Piskin render-
ing the piano accompaniment.
Members of the cast are the Mes-
dames Al I'odvin, Stanley Kahn.
Harry Minor. Nat Waldman. Mar-
tin Goldstein. David Furman. Hal
Hertz. Nat Brenner. Max Tucker
and Mr. Jack Bernard.
Guest speaker of the occasion
will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
R<
Bi
salie, Robert Schwartzman To Be Bus,
p Mitzvah At Beach Jewish Center
Bertram Tower
Grandfather Is
Guest At Bertram
'lower Bar Mitzvah
Bertram, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Tower, 2195 N\V 7th Av-
enue, will become Bar Mitzvah to-
morrow moming, February 7th. 9
a.m.. at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Rob-
ert E. Lee Junior High School and
is a student at the Miami Hebrew
School. He will conduct the Sat-
urday morning service and address
the congregation. Rabbi Simon
April, spiritual leader, will re-
spond.
The Towers will be hosts at the
Kiddush following and plan a din-
ner and reception in honor of
their son tomorrow evening, 9 p.
m.. at the Trocadero Restaurant.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. Nathan Mikolitsky. of New
York City, the Bar Mitzvah's ma-
ternal grandfather.
Ferruccio Tagliavini
lyric Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Asm.
Miami Beach Auditorium
Wednesday. February 11th, 8:30 p.m.
Tickets 1.75, 2.24, 2.75 and 3.75
Young Adult Group To
Hear Reverend Barth
The Young Adult Group of the
Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will hear
Reverend Joseph Barth on Monday
evening. February 9th. at 9 p.m.
Reverend Barth will discuss: The
Young Adult In Our Society.
JEWISH GENTLEMAN
Age 42, residing in Texas, contem-
plates move to Florida. Desires to
correspond with refined lady. Will
furnish thorough references. Replies
treated with utmost confidence.
MR. C, BOX 2973, MIAMI 18
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$3 for Caff
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Rosalie and Robert Schwartiman
In a double ceremony to be held Arriving from Baltimore. Mary-
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center land, for the occasion is Alfred
on Saturday. February 7th. Rosalie Schwartzman. brother of the twins,
and Robert Schwartzman. twin _-_- ,u t t
Children of Mr. and Mrs. Murrav V Schwartzman. 6225 Alton Road'. }'"\\?y ?*l\f "?,A' "ey"
will become Bas Mitzvah and Bar It"'J* "** HJ^S, *?
Mitzvah. respectively. f* Mr M J^T'KC,r'
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offl. { ^m" i u* 'P %?"*
cia.e a. the ceremony, the first of | kin 8nd M "lan WeillSteta.
its kind ever to take place at the
Center
Robert is a student at Beach
High School, while Rosalie attends
the Nautilus School. Both are stu-
dents of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Religious School.
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FEATURING DIETETIC FOODS
Salt Free and Sugar Free Diets
SEYBOID ARCADE Ph. 3-3253
Bernord Weiner
Bernard Weiner Is
Bar Mitzvah Here
Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Weiner, will celebrate his
t Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
February 7th. at the Beth El Con-
gregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is a graduate
Of the Beth El Religious School
and is a student at the Shenandoah
Junior High School, where he is
president of his orientation class.
He will chant the musaf serv-
ices and address the congregation.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spirit-
ual leader, will respond. A recep-
tion will follow in the Dora August
Memorial Hall.
WE PRESENT MIAMI
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For Individuals or- Groups
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A PMSON41IZE0 StRVICt FOR A DISCRIMINATING CLUNTUl
Arriving from New Jersey for
the occasion are Mr. and Mrs
David Hein. Mrs. Minnie Hein and
Mrs. Matilda Schwartzman.
Other out-of-town guests are Mr.
and Mrs. William Marks, of Mem-
phis. Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Salob, of Rome, New York.
A dinner for the family will
take place in the Center Dining
Room on Saturday night.
Bohrers Celebim
Silver Annivenjj
Mr. and Mrs. Herrnan ^
721 West Avenue, 3
were given a surprise L
their children. Theda ^
ard. a, the Casablanca How..
occas.cn of their 25th WedJ
niversary. 1
Out-of-town guests i
and Mrs. Morris Marko^J
Rockaway, New York w
Mrs. David Orenbach. of &!
Long Island; Mr. and Mr,
Tuetur, Mr. and Mrs. SLj
vm, Mr. and Mrs. Edw h
Mr and Mrs. Perry X*
and Mrs. Morris Kandel m
Kahn and Miss FK.renie
son. all of Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Bohrer pre
held open house A surpri-,
was also given the couplet*
ns Markowitz at the CloveM
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SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
reg. U.S. pat. off.
MUmi Miami Be.ch Ft. Leud.rdal. W. Pato B..ch
Stephen Garber
Stephen Garber
Is Bar Mitzvah
Stephen Meyer, son of |f, and
Mrs. Robert Garber, will become
Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning
February 7th. during Sabbath sen-
'ceT\.ofBc,h Tfllah Con*regttion.
I he Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade
student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior
Hifih School. He studied Hebrew
under the guidance of his uncle
Reverend Joseph Krantz. treasurer
of Beth Tfilah.
The Garbcrs will be hosts at the
Kiddush following the service in
honor of their son. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will officiate
YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
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at
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1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE

DER YIDDISHER
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al Kneseth Israel
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jay. rgggAjgJ5-1953
hJm!stihrMi^rL
iss Sv
today
i Cowen Weds Donald Lubin On
; Bndc Chooses Pink Satin Gown
Miss Sybil E. Cowen was wed on
Sunday to Donald R. Lubin at the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan officiated at the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
M. L. Cowen, 900 West 4*7th Street
Her father gave her in marriage.
Newlywed Mrs. Lubin was at-
tired in a blush pink lace over
satin strapless dress made bal-
lerina-length. Her long-sleeved bo
lero of lace had satin-covered but
tons and a stand-up collar. A lace
cap held her two-tiered, shoulder-
length veil. She carried a bouquet
of pink camellias and stephanotis
Mrs. Myron J. Cowen, the bride's
sister-in-law, was her only atten
dant. She wore taupe silk shantung
with bead trim around her scoop
neckline. Her headpiece was a
pale pink horsehair bow and pink
veil.
Morton J. Galowitz was best man
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Beatrice Lubin, 4480 SW 62nd
Court, Miami.
PAGE 7 A
h\ri. Donald lubin
ersonally Speaking
|r. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak.
\\V 2nrl Terrace, marked
25th wedding anniversary at
|inr.er party on January 24th.
|r. and Mrs. J. Handshear, of
itcn. Missouri, are house guests
(Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone,
|XW 43rd Place, Miami.
h Esther Boxer, of Winnepeg,
\iiii. is visiting her sister-in-
and brother-in-law, Mr. and
k David S Dernier, of Prairie
fcnue. Miami Beach.
: ft
pr. and Mrs, Louis L. Mann, of
.ca.u. Illinois, have arrived at
Allison Hotel, Miami Beach,
a month's vacation.
fc )t and Mrs Jack B. Wolfe, of
> Prairie Avenue, announce the
of their son, Keith Randall,
Paint Francis Hospital on Jan-
j> 21st. The infant joins his
er. Sharon Leslie, age 2'/2.
ndparents are Mr. and Mrs.
?id Rosner. of Miami Beach, and
] and Mrs I A Wolfe, of Phila-
(>hia. Pennsylvania.
it ': ft
R Morris Glmpel and daugh-
I Freda, are spending their win-
haeation at the San Juan Hotel.
V Oimpel is the sister of Mrs.
pn Balsam, of Miami.
fcw addition have been an-
fcucd to the families of profes-
Pa! staff members Emanuel
p and Hairy Shamis of the
ater Miami Jewish Community
per. The Tropps announce the
pi of a girl, Jessica Rose. The
F"' have a girl too, Laurie
"Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Newman, of
500 West 49th Street, Miami Beach,
are entertaining their children.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Adamson
and son. Douglas, of North Mal-
verne, Long Island, New York.
They will remain here for a month
ft ft ft
Eliza Shidlowsky. of Kineret, Is-
rael, was here for 10 days at the
South Seas Hotel. She is in Amer
ica as representative from the Pi-
oneer Women's Organization in
Jewish state. Mrs. Shidlowsky re-
turned to New York City on Mon-
day and will embark shortly for
her return to Israel.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Licbman, of
824 Jefferson Avenue, announce
the birth of their son, Moishe.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Aaron Liebman, currently visiting
in Camden, New Jersey,
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Rogers,
of 4300 SW 13th Terrace, are en-
tertaining their son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M.
Rogers, of Springfield. Massachus-
etts, who will be off to Havana,
Cuba, for a weekend today,
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richman
and daughter, Ruthie, of Winne-
peg, Canada, are guests at the Star
Light Apartments. They are cous-
ins of Mrs. Nan Bernstein, of Post
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Cupid Capers Dance
Young women of Sharet Chapter,
B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a Cupid
Capers Dance on Sunday, Febru-
ary 8th, 8:30 p.m., on the patio
of the Elks house, 720 West Av-
enue, Miami Beach.
&ttlctlif J VelaUots

7
HELEN ALPERT
pis, Xemser Wed In Candlelight
Ipnony; Couple Honeymoons In Mexico
'r and Mrs. Harry Meyers, of 105 North Shore Drive, announce
DrT'?8\i"f 'heir dauhter- Myrna, to Arthur Mayer Nemser. son
and Mrs, Abraham Nemser, 4129 North Meridian Avenue.
hhiT lfjht ccren>ony took place in the Casablanca Hotel, with
I Th hS Lehrman officiating.
Iklin! ,'dc "nrc blush P'nk chantilly lace over satin, with illusion
*ne trimmed in clipped lace
embroidered with iridescent
Pieties.
N P'nk silk illusion fashion-
|ner ve.l aUached to matching
c ehe. She carried lillies of
vley and orehids.
P Phillis Bo-man was maid
n"r m aqua tulle over rose
.Best man was Marvin S.
Itaa Barr> Mcyors' brother of
_br"ie, ushered.
JJ ""Pie met in the Lear
' eiht J*m ago. Newlywed
r^mser m rccejve hef
fj J* 'He University of Mi-
RTJr* de.8r" the
Mb. i f Mlan Uter this
h ^L o, I h0me at *
"** February 15th.
Mrs* Arfftvf
formir hl.? frV. m*n B'n TCk' b"ck ftr *>* **
utcTh. ..? K0WnuL.*b,:0r' Pa' Flu"'hi" -PPli-nc. distrib-
Si-I 'Ihou'h r,ch farmland, and horse,. On hi. land he boilt
tiqu.s e0,,, And in be,WMn- h muUt,d an-
si *m2S h0m;l.T',.l. ** *** o'tch.r r.r. in that
MM. Bnidtit on the buffet is an .qu.lly rare hunter's bottle. And
bck home the barn's full of old carriers and Americana.
u T.h" P*n"|y|vani D"tch country it rich with pickings for a
withVr* nCk ick*d ~ fr 3 yMrf r mor' N '"*<
w.th the true collector's mania for showing and sharin his posses-
sions, he plans a permanent antique exhibit housed in its own build-
ing. Latest report is that it's to be on upper Biscayne Boulevard.
This may be of small news to some. But local antioue enthusi-
ast! already say their corpuscles are jangling like castanets to get
* look.
ON TOUR:
Once again. Milt Malakoff headed a great evening for the Bonds
lor Israel march. And unexpected was the rather beautiful speech
made by Mr. Menuhin to what he called the "music lovers" in the
audience. Two of the numerous out-of-towners were Isadore and Molly
Rubinstein. He's the outstanding manufacturer of dental equipment
from New York ... *
From Paterson, N.J., were Mr. and Mrs. Abe HurewiU who now
reside in Coral Gables. There. Hurewftz made the famed Ajax bat-
teries for the armed services. Here, he's a builder And that gor-
geous creature in a full-length mink was Mrs. Helen de Frece, mother
of the bride Peggy Kaplan Cassel. Mrs. de Frece tossed aside a glamor
career as top showgirl in the Follies" to headline in New York's Cere-
bral Palsy achievements. She's godmother to an entire floor created
under her auspices .
Present, too, were your favorite radio directors from every
Yiddish show WMBM's Jacob Schachter, WINZ' Morris Nasatir,
WMIE's Simond Seiden, each surrounded by squads of listeners .
A phone call from Mrs. Morris (Ann) Alpert reminds eveo'one of
the February 10th book review at Temple Beth Sholoms banquet hall,
proceeds earmarked for Hadassah's youth work. She's coordinating
chairman of 10 Hadassah groups. Incidentally, Mrs. Alpert lives in an
interesting triplex, having sold their former Lenox Avenue home to
Joe Rose. The Roses now occupy their Royal Palm penthouse prov-
ing again what Sylvia Porter was saying the other day that we're
the movingest people the world has ever known! Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer bought the Pinetree Drive home formerly owned by David Phil-
lips; Phillips built that extremely good-looking residence on Alton
Road; the Morty Gottliebs bought Polly Lux's place on Lakeview Drive
. Nobody stays put, is the complaint
And the obvious retort is: why should we?
VISITOR'S LIST this week includes Stan Rosenblum, on leave
from Camp Pickett until Februao 9th when he flies to San Antonio
where the Army's dental school awaits him. Stan's a bit thinner fol-
lowing pneumonia, and a slight case of court martial when he cor-
rected a lieutenant's medical instructions. By the time Stan finished
stating his position, officials were left wondering why not court martial
the looie? ...
FOUNDATION FOR CIVIC EDUCATION:
Enrolling genuine liberals, the Greater Miami "Foundation"
as hundreds of supporters call it has been meeting regularly in
its offices at 550 Bricked.
Building giant plans for molding public action on a constructive
scale, leaders r% outlining a stimulating Town Hall Series. Unsolic-
ited monies have been arriving from all directions, and not too far
in the future, the Foundation will be a powerful movement concen-
trated in its own clubhouse.
Thoughtful steering committee shaping policies for greater civic
education includes Dr. Thomas J. Wood, Morris Drapkin, the Rev.
Edward W. Ullrich, Max H. Friedson as executive secretary. Dr.
Frederick B. Routh, Arthur Roth and Sam Macy.
Prime spotlight now is to secure pooled strengths from all re-
lated civic and human relations groups. Hugo aim for everybody's
benefit is to unite all these fine but "isolated" people into one vast
swoop especially since all are seeking the sam goal. And what's
that? Human betterment!
The League of Women Voters (Miami Beach) extracted interesting
facts from its panel last Friday at the Sea Gull. Conclusive was this
conclusion: that Miami Beach is a business of 8 and a half million
dollars a year run by 1,000 employes, owning not even one utility
servicing it, constantly paying out for gas, water, electricity, trans-
portation, even garbage disposal (three bucks a ton, to Miami) .
Everybody enjoyed Mrs. Moses Krieger, a really great kid, as she
publicly thanked City Engineer Morris Lipp for sending a truckload
of gravel to help her walk out of her house on a flooded day 20
years ago! All I can say, Doll, is please lemmo do you a fovor so you
can thank me.. 20 years hence .
Not long ago a skeptic was overheard asking, "Do you think those
gadgets, the telephone and teevee, really have a future?" Brilliant
6-year-old piano student Deborah Karg had already figured the ans
wer. Ill with a cold, but yearning not to miss her piano lesson with
Margaret Ben Yomen, Deborah had her mother (Beatrice Karg, herself
a concert pianist) put the phone on the piano with Margaret intently
hanging on the other end of the line The Ben Yomcns. as you
know, are fully ready for their Yiddish concert Februao' 12th in the
Beach Auditorium.
JUST A QUICK NOTE: There are a lot of folk who're rightfully
proud of "theatre experience". I can accept being twitted on what I
don't know (which is plenty). Being occasionally a very polite cluck,
I merely blinked a startled eye, however, at a lady-twitter last week.
I hate to pull this out, but here it is. for 7 years I ran radio shows on
top stations WFBR. Baltimore; WGR. Buffalo: WABY, Albany. They
included story dramatizations. This can be checked. For my grand
children, I have a Treasury citation for war-shows that barnstormed
New York State, were listed in the special OWL One was the earliest
full teevee show (direct from Schenectady's GE station). Casts were
large, all-female I wrote them. We toured factories, clubs, Negro or-
ganizations, war plants, temples and churches. Commissioned to pro-
ject "popular" knowledge on cancer, "Acts on Cancer Facts" followed.
This took the form of human puppets working above a screen. Don't
twit me. I've sweated it out in the "theatre" just like you.
Goldwebers Tour
South Carolina
Miss Mildred Cantor was wed to
Morton I. Goldweber on Sunday at
the home of the bridegroom's cou-
sin, Mrs. Evelyn Davis, 1028 SW
22nd Street. Rabbi Joseph Narot,
spiritual leader of Temple Israel,
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. M. B. Cantor, 5840 SW 9th
Street. Her uncle, Matthew M. Sle-
pin, gave her in marriage. Miss Ju-
^ :/
*_..
Mrs. Morten GafoVeber
dith Cantor, her sister, was maid
of honor.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldweber,
1256 San Miguel Avenue. Coral Ga-
bles. His father served as best
man.
Newlywed Mrs. Cantor was at-
tired in a strapless gown of nylon
net and lace topped by a lace
jacket. Her veil fell fingertip-
length, and she carried a Bible
with a white orchid.
The couple are honeymooning in
South Carolina.
Harris, Shorstein
Engagement Told
Miss Sylvia Irene Harris has
chosen June 14th, as the date for
her marriage to Jack Franklin
Shorstein. of Jacksonville.
A former Miami girl and now a
student at Washington University
Miss Sylviu Harris
in St. Louis. Missouri, the bride-
elect is the daughter of Sam E.
Harris, Bayonne, New Jersey. She
previously attended the University
of Florida, where she joined Alpha
Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Mr. Shorstein is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman H. Shorstein,
Jacksonville. He majored in busi-
ness administration at the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he re-
ceived his degree. Mr. Shorstein is
now a law student at Gainesville.
He is a member of Florida Blue
Key, honorary leadership Fjater-
nity, and Tau Epsilon Phi Frater-
nity.
Michaels, Bergad
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, of
927 4th Street. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the wedding of their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Gertrude B. Michaels, to
Hyman Bergad, of Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania, and 7412 Byron Av-
enue. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of-
ficated at the ceremony held in
the Tides Hotel last Saturday.
Members of the immediate family
attended.




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iiR.n
HUfcjAT. "PEBRUXlfrY
Ike Hits Iron Curtain
Country Hatreds
Continued from Page 1 A
nation of these assaults upon the
Jewish community."
Throughout the entire Western
World an aroused and an
Jewish community sought means of
bringing aid to the menaced Jews
within the Soviet Empire.
The Jewish Agency Executive-
meeting in Jerusalem, recehed au-
thorization last week to convene a
meeting of the Zionist A<
Committee, supreme agency of the
Z.i nist movement between con-
gresses, to map out a policy I"
bd the Moscow drive on the Jews,
2ionism and th State of Israel.
The Executive will fix the time
and place of the meeting which is
to be held next month. Berl Lock
ir, Jerusalem chairman of .he
Executive, left immediately for
Paris to meet Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, American chairman, to ar-
range details of the session. Both
were to proceed to New York to
consult the leaders of the major
American Jewish organizations on
a united reaction to the Soviet
campaign.
The Jewish Agency Executive
also took under consideration pro-
posals to exclude from Zionist in-
stitutions those Jews who still seek
to justify the attacks by Moscow
and Prague against Zionism.
In Israel, popular feeling against
the Communists continued to run
high. The Russian* bookshop in
Jerusalem was set afire for the
second time within two weeks and
>jffered heavy damage.
_ -*
fl ft
m I
^.v.....fc. w,
ry Simons will lead the
Dedication Program ior Ihe
;.ew addition to Mount 3;nai
emetery or. Sunday, Feb-
ruary 22nd. The new tract
is located on NW 137th Street
cii 7th Avenue. Mount Sinai
is owned and operated by
Greater Miami Cemetery
Association which includes
as members Beth David, Beth
Jacob and Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation
and Chesed Shel Emeth.
Louis Schleiier. civic woiker
and philanthropist, will par-
ticipate in the Melavah Mal-
kah given in henor of Rabbi
Samarius Gourary, Dean of I
the Unite dLubavitcher Yesh-
I ivcth, tomorrow evening, Feb.
ruary 7th. at the Hotel Vic- '
tor. Mr. Schleifer celebrates
his 60th birthday shortly.
Meat, Food Union
Marks Anniversary
The Meat Cutters, Packing
1 House Workers. Food Handlers,
Local Union No. 657. Kosher Butch-;
1 ers Division, is celebrating its 35th
Anniversary on Sundav. February ,
'8th. at the Strath Haven Hotel,
' with a banquet, entertainment and
dance.
Reception will be held at 7 p.m.. |
in the Rainbow Room. Dinner will
be at 9.
Invited guests will be Earl W. j
Jimerson, president; Patrick E.,
Gorman, secretary-treasurer; Jos-\
eph Belsky. vice president; Roy
Scheurich, vice president; and Em-
met Kelly, vice president, officers:
of the international union from j
Chicago.
Other guests are Rabbi Rackov-
sky and Rabbi Mescheloff. the
former Senator Honorable Claude
Pepper, Honorable Henry Miland
er, Mayor of the City of Hialeah,
Honorable Lee Powell. Mayor of
the City oi Miami Beach, Benja-
min Segal, president of Local Un-
ion No 657, and Norman R Ly-,
...',-. attorney for the local union.
Also in attendance will be the
Greater Miami Kosher Butchers
Association, the Miami Beach Kosh-
er Butchers Guild and Dade County
Poultrymen's As
The committee consists of
e Pfaffendorf, chairman.
rend Jacob KatZ, Reverend
M. Shapiro. Mitchel Ei lenberg,
Rubin, Leon Binhorn, Hal
i ohc and Bernard K plat Lyons
: a- master of ceremon i
Moseoic Stepn M'p
Half Campaign
Continued frorr Page 1 A
racial laws. It I : "ll;,! MH'
SUti a
had put M2 Jewish
families and 1.098 families oi mux
oi those
.-,;,,] as nun Aryans and of
mixed parentage
1 n ;. the completion of
the black i nsus." the AJC
information declared 114 men. 134
women and So" children under th<
: 18, were imprisoned. These
, ..,.1 between De-
, ; 3rd and January 3rd. on
orders of the Minister of
Si ti Security and were Imprison-
ed in concentration camps at Sail-
born near Badberka. Weimar dis-
trict; at Kunersdorf near Fursten-
walde. Frankfort on-Oder district;
and at Silem on Island Rugen.
Dispatches quoted Jewish refu-
reaching the haven of West
Berlin as reporting that Jewish
rs and physicians had been
banned from practice in the So-
viet zone.
The refugees reported that more
and more Jews are being called
for police interrogations and asked
such questions as whether they
had ever received food parcels
from the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
Thrift, Workshop
Call For Articles
The Thrift and Workshop, spon-
.,.,-, d by the National Council of
Jewish Women, this week announc-
ed a call for furniture, appliance:
and men's, women's and children's
cloth ll
Acting as headquarters for new
Americans here, the Thrift and
Workshop are operated by former
displaced persons now acquiring
skills, orientation in English
language and American customs
and instruction on methods of In-
tegrating their lives into Ihe local
community.
Articles collected are re-worked
and placed on sale by the person-
nel of the Thrift and Workshop.
They can be picked up by Calling
9-3063.
Boy 4 milors
Chant Tonight
Boy Cantors Shimclelnd IJ
duct the r
'ervicei at t
'"cRation \
'acob FritT
evening, F
u;""y Vih.
Horn m u
alem, the |
Iren have h*,
'''claimed ;
-,,"l,l prodifi
doy Cantors
y many ag
rititt. Sbj
i
'ft
mele. age 13. and Uzera], gJ
have chanted in some of the Urn]
Congregations in New York q
have appeared at numerous c
certs despite their youth.
Shir Ha-Shirim Concert Is Set For
Thursday At Miami Beach Auditorium
IN THE MAIL
Editor.
The Jewish Floridian:
I write in regard to the unveil-
ing of a monument to the memory
of my friend, the late Sam Saal,
who passed away on February 27.
1952.
Co owner of the Sunny Brook
Creamery. Inc.. here, Mr. Saal be-
gan listening to my Jewish Forum
broadcasts at their inception some
five years ago. A slight reference
to my birth place over the air one
afternoon brought forth the fact
that Mr. Saal and I were childhood
playmates 45 years ago in Poland.
May I take this occasion to pay
my respects to the Saal family and
to a long lost friend not found soon
enough.
Simon Seiden
Ben Yomen. will conduct ihe
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
in a Slur Ha-Shirim Concert on
Thursday evening. February 12th.
S'M> p.m., at the Miami Beach Aud-
itorium.
The concert is being given as
part of the Festival of Jewish Mus-
ic Month currently being celebrat-
ed throughout the United States.
r-inio- Jacob Barkin. of Adas
Israel Congregation, Washington.
ua .. will ix' tenor soloist. Also g
featured are Marilyn Pearce, so- g
prano, Margaret Yomen. pianist, jj
and Edward C. May, organist.
The Folk Chorus will present a
repeat performance of Rozinkes
Mil Mandlcn. with music by Abra-
ham doldfadden. as well as ex-
cerpts from his most famous oper-
ettas and arranged chorus by Maur-
ice Rauch, with text by Nathaniel
Buckwald.
Featured new number will be
the first major performance of My
Ben Yomen
Marqartt V$m
Glorious Brothers, a narrative mf
tata from the novel by Honj
Fast, with music b> Sonny Vale
Principal narrator will be Mauri
Carroll.
Esther Feldman, president of thfl
group, said that seats are sti
available for the Thursday en
ing affair.
S*ha*litkr Adds To Program
Jacob Schachter will add an ad-1 The program features the Jnnsft
ditional hour to his Sunday pro-1 Philosopher, C. Israel Jutsey.BaV
gram. I bi S. Rubin and Norman R Lyo*,
The new schedule calls for Sun, Jewish news commentator, and 1
day. 12 noon to 2 p.m., over sta I cal attorney, Max Rosenblatt. I
tion \\ MBM or. will also appear Sunday
Difftw
Seresch Hadassah
\ movie. Journej Across The
and a pro ram on Tu
B'Shvat will l>o presented at the
ilar meeting of the Hanna
:h Groun of Hada -ah on
Monday, Februarj Bth, 1:15 p m .
at the Sea Gull Hotel, Mr Vbra-
ham Greenberg i- pr< sident.
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*Y6. 1953
-Jmlsl>nQrlr**M
Persons Attend
line Annual
jet On Sunday
Lc than 500 persons, including
trs of the (Jreatcr Miami Jew-
federation and its constituent
Lies, attended the 9th Annual
Ijns Sunday of the Jewish
\e for the Aged at Douglas Oar-
c He.-ne also celebrated its
I anni'. ersary there and was
L(l by M Kopclowitz, chair-
I of the Board of Directors.
rob Slier and Judge Harold B.
It dedicaterl the Sher Plaque
lonor and paid tribute to the
ersons who had fulfilled their
ees of S3.000 or more to the
he Over S200,000 was raised
ugh the Sher Plan in 1949, for
purchase of Douglas Gardens.
Sard Chairman Kopclowitz paid
lie to Monte Selig, treasurer
le Home, who passed away
last week,
i member>hip unanimously ap-
|ed a reeommendation of the
utive Committee to amend the
litution so that a minimum
residence of 18 months in
|ter Miami instead of 3 years
tquired of persons applying
kdmission
psident Abe Kurnian gave his j
I report in which he describ-
kvelopments and progress dur-
|952 Kurman emphasized that
Home has been faced with a
us problem in the lack of ade-
facilities for the chronically
ksidents.
pplementin: the Kurman re"
on this point. Baron de Hirsch
kr. vice president of the Home,
led that plans for the Jack
Memorial Building for the
hically ill were being rapidly
poped and that about $67,000
goal of S100.000 has thus far
[ raised
ho Home will make every ef-
Ito construct this Memorial
ping in 1953." he said.
I meeting concluded with the
Ion of 19 Hoard members.
[are Sidney Ansin. R. W. Apte,
I Chives, Mrs Isadora Cohen, i
N L Cowen, M. J. Kopelo-
[ Abe Kurman. Barney B. Lee.
I-evino. Mrs. Baron de
Meyer. Ben Meyers, Jack
Mick. David Phillips, Ben
ry. Joseph Socolof, Gus Trau,
pseph M. Weidberg, Harold
nan and Harry Speier.
^icers of the Home are Abe
nan. president; Judge Harold
pact, honorary president; M.
Jopelowitz, chairman of the
S. I. Bernbaum, Baron de
PAGE 3 A
The Beth El Hebrew Academy
PTA will meet on February 12th,
2:30 p.m., in the Dora August Me-
morial Hall.
Main business will be to make
final arrangements for the Purim
Carnival on Sunday, March 1st, in
the Academy Patio.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Charles Rosenield, pediatrician.
His topic will be: Emotional
Problems In Infancy And Early
Childhood.
Adult Institute Will
Hear Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom, will address the sec-
ond session of the Adult Institute
of Jewish Studies on Wednesday,
February 11th, at 9 p.m.
He will discuss: Can The Syna-
gogue Become The Center Of
American Jewish Life?
The Adult Institute of Jewish
Studies, sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education and Jewish or-
ganizations of Miami, meets on
Wednesday at the Bureau Building.
135 NW 3rd Avenue.
Classes in Elementary Hebrew.
Conversational Hebrew and Ele-
mentary Yiddish are held in the
first hour from 8 to 9 p.m.
Jan Hart At \Yis<>
HadauHah ###*
Something new will be added to
the next regular meeting of the
Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadas-
sah on Monday, February 9th, at 1
p.m.
Members and their friends will
be entertained by leading per-
formers at a musical coffee.
Jan Bart, radio, television and
supper club personality will head
the program. Bart, who has recent-
ly returned from an extensive tour
of Israel, is well known here, hav-
ing performed in several clubs in
Miami.
Also featured will be Lillian Rob-
bins, former soloist of Radio City
Music Hall. Miss Jean Jaffee, or-
ganist and pianist, will accompany
For the Sabbath
and every occasion
when only the best
is good enough!
Showr^obove ore officers and rxn1icipar^r^e_Sher^^ cited at a meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday.
Beth El Academy
?TA To Meet
On Thursday
the performers. ter chairman, will be chairman for
Mrs. Rhea Gladwin. Medical Cen-| the afternoon.
Hirsch Meyer and Gus Trau. vice
presidents; Archie Grcenbcrg, fi-
nancial secretary'; Mrs. Sol Silver-'
man, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording sec-
retary.
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It's been a long time a-
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thousands of Jewish kitchens
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all to the good. Women who
never used margarine before.
Including many who for years
actively resisted the idea, arc
turning in increasingly greater
numbers to Kosher Nu-Maid
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To most of these women, one
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fresh flavor most families are
accustomed to in the best of
far costlier spreads. Among the
thousands of Jewish families
who have switched to Kosher
Nu-Maid, the general opinion
is that "you can't tell the dif-
ference" in taste, in texture
and inviting golden color yet
budget-wise houswives are
quick to appreciate the sub-
stantial difference in Nu-Maid's
cost.
Because of this saving, you
can serve Nu-Maid lavishly as
a delicious spread on sand-
wirhes. toast and crackers; in
addition, you can do the sort
of fine home-baking that is so
often prohibitive in cost when
a luxury-priced spread is used
and the results, if anything,
are superior in many respects.
Cakes baked with Nu-Maid are
lighter, fluffier, more tender in
texture consistently so be-
cause of Nu-Maid's consistently
high quality.
In frying, too. Nu-Maid
Margarine offers certain unique
advantages. It does not spatter,
smoke or burn, at higher temp-
eratures than those at which
you can safely use a costlier
type of spread. Foods fried in
Nu-Maid are crisp, tasty and
digestible.
Packaged in an eye-catching
"zip-pak" yellow wrapper.
Kosher Nu-Maid Margarine
comes four prints to the pound
in convenient California-style
quarters that are ideal in size
for all butter dishes. Nu-Maid
"Table-Grade" Margarine, with
the Kosher "U" on the package,
is featured at leading grocery,
and dairy stores throughout
this area.


RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating. Subject of the
Rabbi's discourse is scheduled as:
Moses-Sigmund Freud's Viewpoint.
Saturday morning services will be
at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Ifitfr
voth of Ronald, son of Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Molko. and Arthur
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Borinsky, will take place. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating. Subject of
the Rabbi s discourse, in honor of
the Boy Scout movement, is sched-
uled as: Man Must Be Reverend
Saturday morning services will be
at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of
Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Payton, and Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alspector,
will take place. Kiddush will fol-
low the services.
* *
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos.
* *
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Sub-
ject of his discourse is scheduled
as: Marriages. Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m., when
the Rabbi will discuss: Due Process
Of Law. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
* 4
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on
the topic: Laws That Shape Human
DestinyTen Points Of Moses Vs
Fourteen Points Of Wilson. A Tal-,
mud class is scheduled for 4:30
p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Ber-
nard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Weiner, 3223 SW 4th Street, will
be Bar Mitzvah during the Satur
day morning service.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at.
8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Joseph Karat -
officiating. Members of the Miami'
Rotary Club will be guests during
the service. Subject of a discourse
to be delivered by the Rabbi is:
The Religion Of Rotary.
* *
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.. following the early 5:30 serv-
ice Hy Morris, president, and Ben
Katz, cantor, will officiate. Guest
speaker will be Norman R Lyons.
Miami attorney. Subject of his
discourse is scheduled as: Defects
And Inequities Of The McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act. An Oncg
Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Jun-
ior Services are at 8:30 a.m., fol-
lowed by Kiddush.
*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will offi-
ciate and begin a new series of
lectures dealing with the general
problems of psychiatry and relig-
ion. Subject of his discourse is
scheduled as: Are You Depressed.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. A Bible class is ched-
uled for 4:45 p.m., and will be fol-
lowed by Mincha at 5:30 p.m. Act-
ing as hosts at Shalos Seudos will
be B. Weinbcrg and F. Weinstein.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
at 5:30 p.m.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating He will be as-
sisted by the Center Choir Mib
ject of the Reverend s discourse i<
scheduled as The Torah On Teacc
And War Mr and Mrs V \-
witz will be hosts at the I
bat following Saturday moramj:
services are at 9 a m when B
end Heim will view the Weekl]
Portion. Pupils of the Hebrew
School will assist in the rendering
of the musical portion of the
liturgy.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 and at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Simon April
officiating Subject of the Rabbi's
discourse during the late service
is scheduled as: Obstacles To
Ppare The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be sponsored by Mr and
Mrs. Henry SamowiU in honor of
their daughter's wedding Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 am.,
when the Bar Mitzvah of Bertram. ,
son of Mr and Mrs Martin Tower. ;
will take place. A class in Mishna
is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudos.
. .
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at j
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro |
and Cantor Maurice Mamches offi- .
ciating. assisted by the Student '
Choir under the direction of Mrs. I
Jack Donnerstag. Honoring stu-1
dents who have been attending uni-
versities throughout the country
and who have come home at this
time, the Rabbi will preach on the
topic: Coming Home To What?
Three students. Henry Forer. Stan-
ley Sterling and Jimmy Cordon,
will participate in the service. Mr.
Forer will present a brief talk dur-
ing the Oneg Shabbat which will
be sponsored hy Mr and Mrs. Max
Bergman. Floral offerings are by
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Ronald Kaler will become
Bar Mitzvah.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday-
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate and discuss: Ten Com-
mandments. The Bar Mitzvah of
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert Garber, will take place at
that time. At 4 p.m., Rabbi Rackov-
sky will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m., and at 5:45 p.m.
*
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. Sub-
ject of the Rabbi's discourse is
scheduled as: Mount Sinai The
Beginning Of Law And Order. Mr.
and Mrs. Al Fogel will be hosts at
the Oneg Shabbat following. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Junior Congregation services
at 11. The Lozoff children will be
hosts at the Kiddush in honor of
their new-born cousin, Wendy Ann
Bobbins. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily-
services are at 7 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:15 p.m.
The Sisterhood will take part in
conducting the services, and Rever-
end Rudolf E. Brill will officiate.
The Weekly Portion of the Law
will be read by Mrs. David Matter,
chairman of the Committee on Ju-
daism in the Home. A short ad
dress will be given by Mrs. Sam
Altman, president of the Sister-
hood. An Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by the vice presidents of
the Sisterhood. Services will be-
gin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will
be followed by a Kiddush.

HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,
with guest Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
officiating. Cantor Joseph W. Ma-
lek will chant the liturgy. Kiddush
will be recited by Susan Deutsch,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack 9 a.m.. when the Bar and Bas MiU-
Dcutsch The Oneg Shabbat fol-1 Voth of Robert and Rosalie, son
lowing will be sponsored by Mr. j and dauKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
md Mrs Saul Pearl j>a*urdfy ray Schwartzman. will take place.
Rabbi Max Arzt, vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, will preach. An
afternoon Bible class is at 4 p.m.,
and will be followed by Mincha.
morning services are at 830 a.m.,
conducted by Cantor Mordechai
Haalman Daily services are at 9
a m
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER Will hold Friday "("{I Guei, speaker at Shalos Seudos
1 8 15 pm. with Rabbi .....
will be Rabbi Harry Halpern, chair-
man of the Rabbinic Cabinet, Ka-
tional Planning and Campaign
Committee Cantor David Silver-
man will chant, assisted by the
Center "Choir under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman.
*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
. s p Officiating. Honoring
National Boy Scout Sabbath, the
Kibbi Will preach on the topic:
Jewish Youth And The Scout Move
rrcnt In America Scout mothers
participating in the Candle Bless-
inj will be the Mesdames Philip
Heckerhns. Morton Engel. Sam
Silver and Charles Rosenberg..
Guests at the service will I* Scout | TER will hold Friday evening serv-
Commissioner Dave Chait and j ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry
Ettinger officiating, assisted by
Cantor Alexander Cohen and the
Youth Choir. Wandering. Will We
Ever Stop, will be the subject of
the Rabbis sermon. Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Catz will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following.
Scout and Cub Masters Herb Rose.
Arthur Ettinger. Jerry Chait and
Bud Samet Mike Baskin. chairman
of the Men's Club Troop Commit-
tee, will present the Commissioner
for greetings to parents. Cantor
Irving Robinson will render the
musical portion of the liturgy, as- j ...
sisted by the Center Choir under | HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
the direction of Leon Shiff. Satur-1 Friday evening services at 5:45
5 p.m. Saturday morning services
day morning services are at 8:45
a.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m..
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offic-
iating. Guest speaker will be Rab-
bi Ira Eisenstein. president of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
Saturday morning services are at
are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross will officiate. An On-
eg Shabbat for children is sched-
uled for 3 p.m., under the super-
vision of Mrs. Alexander Gross.
The Rabbi will lead the Post Grad-
uate Teen Age Student Discussion
Group at that time. Mincha is at
5:30 p.m. Daily services are at
7:30 am., and at 6 p.m.
Synagogue Dj^
Agudath lara|-i.,,,
Both D.vi<, h* \-**mi
Conservative %&* Hat
Miami. e- -! HtT
ortho.ix. :,;:'; '?*. ,
Liberal. 4U4 ciSSL '*"" fa
B.th Tfllah Rabbi ,**!
ky Orthodox; :':-, *
ami Heaeh. L<'IJ j
Coral Gabl.t i: ,m .,
ml Tin i, "'""'I Monk
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Flagl.r. Granada
Miami.
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Hi....h.Miami SprlnB, "' M
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8t.. Hollywood. ^fl
lira.lit. C.nt.r RabM
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Kn.Mth larael- ILibbl Ahrak..
ael. Orthodox. 1415 *S3P
Miami B*arh udl*
Miami B.achii.iU 1 irvj., .
Conaervatlve. 1701 Waf/I
Miami H.br.v, Schooi-R,^-
**;, Orthodox. 1101 swlSJ
Montic.llo Park l4tb .tr*t,
llth Avenue. North Miami 1
North DadoRat.1,1 Harry L
Conaervatlve. 13630 W DuS
way, North Miami.
North ShortH;i 1.1,1 Mayer Ata
witi, Conaervatlve, i -31
Miami Beach ^
Ttmpla Urael1>- Jn..p|, vJ
form, 137 NE llth St Xaafl
Tiftrath Itratl 6i(Ki X mJ
Miami
Watt MiamiRal>hl Aim* 1
Contervatlve, ;.7:o SW
Miami.
Young Itratl Mr.hdox, m
Avt., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Bnt,
aervatlve, 44 Zamora Ah.
rubles.
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THE DEDICATION OF
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Park Cemetery
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H. SIMONS. Chairman, Dadlaittm Commit*.


.v FFBRUARY 6, 1953
Miami Window.
Weiss, attorney and member of the School Board, was in
+J&ristFk)rkilat
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Milton
iilci
president of the Miami Beach Kiwanis Club early last week
X Albert Green, of tipte Brokerage Company, is secretary of
i he
jfooH Broken As-sociation Sam Mufson will bo on a com-
If the llepublicans' Lincoln Birthday Dinner and Ball
iFebruarj 12th.
the staff oi the 'University of Miami's Hurricane, offiein!
Ljnt ni Ul!l ,K' Waurica Labelle, a journalism major from
J( editor is Leona Golden Recently (letted to
fee of i" s uthwesl Lodge No. 286, roe and Accepted Masons, are
vin M. S-ntiler, senior warden; Milton Warthaw, treasurer; Alvin
|n3off, secretary; Emanual Lovenson, senior deacon; and William
Rind. a'ir(1
lemization oi the coroner's setup at Miami Beach has been
I Paaca Justice Konneth Oka. Doubling as coroner under
1 law. Oka listed the appointments of Dr. Irving Alberts, Beach
fc physician, ;. his chief medical assistant ... A lead article in the
Lcnibi! issui of The National Principal magazine.was written by
h. Malvina Liebman, principal of Central Beach Elementary School.
Jr article is entitled, Building Better Community Relations Sam-
|l Farber, <-ninptroller of Mount Sinai Hospital, continues as secretary
Insurer of Smith-Florida Hospital Council.
Among < Diversity of Miami debatora who will face teams from
c other schools in the sixth annual debate tournament are Larry
Mrlmutter, Bart Udell and Jerry Kogan Passage of a modem com-
Ircial arbitration statute, needed because of the international Trade
Irtand the state's increasing industries, will be sought in April. The
Ituie is Ik ing drafted by Professor David Stern, of the University of
|anii Law School .
Baron tie Hirsch Meyer will serve as vice president of the Citizens'
jan! of Cie University of Miami American Ladder and Scaffold
Impany here recently enlarged its quarters to go straight through
lm NW 7th Avenue to NVV 6th Avenue-Max Grant, Miami Branch
Inager. has been appointed general sales and advertising manager
* all branches of American Ladder and Scaffold along the eastern
| Ifiamians recently passing the certified accountants' examination
kcr, b) !h Forlida Slate Board of Accountancy are Harold E. Simon,
Lrtin Samuels, Howard N. Miller, Mrs. Mildred Kaminsky, Marvin
liener, Milton Sadoff and Martin Saxe.
\oars It, turns Front \<>ar Eastern
our: Saga Arabs llvsvnl "Hares"
Philip Isaac-, of !)126 Bay Har-
1 Drive, a winter resident here.
fctntly returned from an exten-
Ic trip through the Near East.
\n active sponsor of Creator Mi-
is Combined Jewish Appeal,
Jac- has written extensively on
(ravels Casablanca, Marra
Jcb and many southern "regions
French Morocco were all part of
1 tour.
Particularly interesting, says
Ms, was the Medina, "the native
peval quarter of Marrakech
its minarets and crenellated
Ik and with its large square
Bed the Souk, where untold
fcibcrs of ragged Arabs mill aim-
>ly about or gather in large cir-
to be entertained by snake
krmers. Berber dancers, magic-
1 and medicine men."
'UMIGATION -,..
NYLON TENTS
" WCAYNI uvo.-.a^717
The Jewish section here. Isaacs
recalls, "the Mullen, caused me to
wonder about the war in the Mid-
dle East between the Arabs and
the Jews and if it created any ser-
ious animosity in Marrakech."
Everywhere, he says, Jews re-
plied: "We have lived among the
Arabs amicably for many genera-
tions, and the Arabs here are not
concerned with the far away Mid-
dle East. We are very poor, and
like the Arabs we have nothing.
The French came here, and now
they own the best land, eat the
best food, have fine homes and
are very rich.
"There are no poor French, only
poor Moroccans. There are no il-
literate French, only illiterate
Moroccans. That is why the Arabs
are against the French."
Isaacs reports that everywhere
the poor, undernourished Jewish
children held out their hands for
coins as all children in the Medina
when they see I foreigner. "The
stronger ones push the little ones
aside." The Jews there, he says.
are as primitive, backward and irr
poverished as the Arab natives.
If the French, or anyone else,
Isaacs believes, were to accomp-
lish in Israel what the local Jews
are achieving, they would find
the same resistance from the
Arabs. "The bitterness is the re-
sentment of the have-nots toward
those who have."
Hygiene Society
Plans Lincoln
Birthday Evening
The Miami Natural Hygiene So-
ciety, founded for the purpose of
raising the level of health of the
community, will hold a gala Lin-
coln Birthday party Bl ', p.m., on
February 12th. in the Jewish Cul-
tural Center.
Mrs. B. Matera, health consultant!
of the Matera Health Clinic, will
supervise the banquet w hich will
< insisl oi a scientific well balanced
meal of. all natural, organically
grown foods.
She will be assisted by Harry;
Lcvine. Mr-. I"a\ Davis Miss Del
De Davis. Mr- ClWio and Mrs.
Clara Nichler.
The meeting will be called to or-;
der by Dr. Gustavo I,. Dnexel,
Beach school principal, who will
give a five-minute talk on Abra
ham Lincoln.
Jack Kaplan, former ISO and
Red Cross director of Entertain-
ment for the Miami area, will act
as master of ceremonies for the
program. Miss Florence Shore, Miss
Davis and Carl Munziata will be
featured vocalists of the evening. '
Square dancing, under the direc-1
tion of M. Yuroff. will follow.
Special guest speaker of the eve-!
ning will be Christopher Gian
Cursio. ND. DC. of Buffalo, New
York, and Miami Beach. He is the
National President of the Ameri-
can Hygienic Society.
The club is a non-profit health
organization and meets every other
Friday evening at the Nash Wil-
liam I'enn Hotel. 722 Washington
Avenue. The next meeting will be
held on February 13th. when Dr.
Robert Anderson, of Rhinebeck.
New York, will address the club
on Be Your Own Doctor.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1953
SEC. B
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
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jia of the Jubileers, the Motor Corp3 for the Third Annual Jubilee of Mount Sinai Hos-
fbrouqh! cut these volunteer workers who will deliver tickets for th? celebrity-packed
to contributors throughout the Greater Miami area. Once again headed by Ed Sullivan,
ibilee is scheduled for March 5th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Holding the sign
Sam Coolik, at whose home ihe meeting took place. Other Jubileers are (left to right)
lam Glick. Miss Felicia Orovitz. Mrs. Joseph Postol, Mrs. Tommy Taylor, Mrs. J.
d Specter, Mr*. Paul Grossinger and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. Not shown are Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Jerry Blank, Miss Jimmy Cobbs and Miss Henni Goldman.
k Harry Zukernick As Chairman Of
Metropolitan Unit; Calls Workers
Zukernick. Miami Beach
and act no civic worker,
n appointed to head the
olitan Division <>f the 1953
ped Jewish \ppeal.
[a of the Metropolitan Di-
|*as set la>t week at $75,000,
trease over 1952 gifts of
over S69.otX) in this group.
rrniflr called an immediate
from his native New York, Zuker
nick has been a practicing attorney
here and has served in many civic
and governmental agencies.
He is a graduate of,the Brook-
lyn Law School and a member of
the Legal Institutes Committee
and the Public Relations Commit-
tee of the Florida Bar. A past
president of the Miami Beach Bar
nc* with Metropolitan lead-"^501'011 and a member of the School.
Student IKurHpH
Will Bv Feted
Students enrolling in the Febru-
ary class at Mount Sinai Hospital's
School of Practical Nursing will be
honored by the student body at a
Valentine Day Dance to be held on
February 14th. at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Registration in the new class for
the year's course at the hospital is
still open. Information for entrance
may be secured from Miss Frieda
Lebensbaum, director of the
INSIDE ISRAEL:
The American Government is
considering a serious change *in
its system of sending experts to
Israel to assist in the development
of the .Jewish state Most of
the experts sent from Washington
to Israel have been "desk men"
. They have been at their desks
in Washington for many years, and
although they know their respec-
tive fields, their knowledge seems
to be mostly on the theoretical side
. They have been away too long
from practical work ... A project
is therefore now being considered
to give expert aid to Israel through
contracting companies These
companies will, under contract
with the US Government, send
teams of experts to Israel to do a
job just as they would complete
any other contract .
And it is believed that under
such a system Israel will benefit
more than under the present set-
up of assigning experts from vari-
ous government departments for
advisory- work in Israel Inci-
dentally, the new approach of the
Israel Cabinet to economic con-
trols, will make life much easier
for Americans who may be sent by
private companies to work in Is-
rael Already clothes rationing
has been abolished in Israel .
Also, cancelled and some food ra
tioning, soap rationing and fuel
rationing Proposals to decon
trol the entire economy, even to
withdrawing restrictions on the
use and flow of money into and
out of Israel arc being considered
. For food, the plan is no longer
to ration it but rather to decontrol
it The assumption is that the
government must guarantee a min
imum supply of food and that the
rest will and can be bought freely
at reasonable prices.
Id announced that a stream-
J area campaign" plan has
developed for use in the cur-
prive.
ording to the plan, Dade
will be divided into several
japhic units, each of which is
duct its separate autonomous

jF^Sh* g *m.
1 _J Wjj
tM f ^v
L "N-J if !
ww
Harry Zukernick
Paitfn. The.,, areas are: Miami
. -Miami. cral Gables, Hia-
Umi Spunks, Flagler-Gra-
" west Miami and North Dade.
Jjmeements will be made
V, ill,P'ntments of majors
ead these ureas
A more
Dade County Bar Association's
Grievance Committee, Zukernick ]
Was appointed a member of the
Dade County Welfare .Board by ex-1
Governor Millard Caldwell, and he '
served as chairman of District No.,
9 of that Board.
He was founder and president
of the Miami Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and is a director of Temple
Beth Sholem Men's Club.
During the war, Zukernick serv-
ed as attorney for the Miami Beach
Servicemen's Housing Corpora
tioni He is past president of the
Civic League of Miami Beach and
of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lodge. In addition to serving with I
many civic groups, Zukernick has
been active on the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and is at present on
the Board of Directors of the Jew-
ish Center.
He was admitted to practice in
the United States Supreme Court
and is a member of the Miami
Beach Planning Committee. In
past years, Zukernick was active
in espousing pasteurization of milk
} in Dade County, beautification of
! MacArthur Causeway, the voting
I of bonds for the Miami Beach Mu-
I nicipal Auditorium and other con-
I structive public projects.
j He is an active member of the
, Miami Beach Zionist District, Mi
I ami Beach Elks, the Brandeis As-
i sociates and the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
The Metropolitan Campaign will |
be launched officially at the end
MEN AND DEEDS'.
The "young guard" in the B'na'
B'rith ranks are already conducting
a campaign to have Philip Klutz-
nik, of Chicago, elected national
president of the organization at
; the forthcoming convention ... He
is one of the most able men in the
; B'nai B'rith leadership and ail in-
dications point to his beir.^ the
next B'nai B'rith president .
i There seems to bo no truth in the
I humor that Mrs Vera Weizmann,
, wife of the late President of Israel.
' may be appointed a member of the
I Israel delegation to the United
Nations and remain in New York
. People close to Mrs. Weiz-
mann say that her only wish is to
return to Israel and spend her
time at Rehovot, where Dr. Weiz-
mann is buried ... It seems that
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
American Zionist Council, is not
particularly anxious to have the ac-
tivities of the Council expanded in
a hurry .
The process of transferring some
of the activities of the American
section of the Jewish Agency to
the American Zionist Council will
therefore be a slow one The
next issue of the American Zionist,
official organ of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, will be dedi-
cated to Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver
on his 60th birthday ... A 14-col-
umn article by Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, evaluating Dr. Silver's serv-
ices to the Zionist cause, will be
one of the articles in this issue, ac-
cording to zoa Information
The recent resignation of Israel's
Chief of Staff Yigal Yadin and the
appointment of his deputy in his
place will soon bring other resig-
nations and replacements in the
top command of Israel's Army .
R can he revealed now that Gen-
eral Yadin resigned because of dif-
ferences of opinion with Defense
Minister David Bcn-Gurion His
successor, Mordecai Makleff. who
is a professional soldier, is ex-
pected to work in closer harmony
with the Defense Minister.
LOOK for this SIGN
,5ff
.tcr*
concentrated, intensive' 0f February, and it is expected that
1 be conducted in the approximately 2.000 volunteers
fpolitan Divtaion this yeai
ermek said. 'Through a care-
weakdown of the Dade County
J9 Mocks and streets, every
Mm will be given an oppoT-
Dhini P,ar,'"Pate in ,He 1953
nbmed Jewish Appeal"
5T!Um' urRent need for
ne* If!""*'""" Prospects-
*Zu rman emPhasized the
health and welfare institutions
Toftreascd costsf p-
w a8cncies.
onun to Miam, Beach in 1935
will participate in the door-to-door
phase of the drive.
Zukernick's first official action
was a direct mail appeal to the
several hundred Jewish civic, fra-
ternal, religious and social organ-
izations in Dade County, urging
their leaders to announce the need
for volunteer workers in the Met-
ropolitan Division.
Miami Zionists Meet
The Miami Young Zionist Dis-
trict met last night at Beth David
Congregation.
. .displayed everywhere
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* ki FRIDAY.
CJA WOMEN, TRADES, HOTEL UNITS HOLD FUNCTll
Winter Residents Hit 62 Percent
The Winter Residents Division I
of the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal has attained 62 per cent of
.ta quota, it has
>een announced
y Chairman
harles Frucht-
lan.
Meeting with
,c co-chairmen
i-sterday. he ex-
ressed c o n f i -
ence that the
Vinter Residents
j )ivision would,
attain i t s total
quota of S290-1
000. At a conference of key work-1
ers attended by co-chairmen Am
^#* sm
Shtinmom
Trau
Goldman
fectively in last years campaign
and are again active in the Winter
Residents Division include David
Phillips. Spund, Channing. Rabbi
*
"
old Seeder, Ed Cowen. David Phil-} David Shapiro, Joseph Duntov. Jos
lips. Gus Trau and Lou Goldman.: seph Cherner. Louis Goldman. Rab-
the group heard Seeder state that k, .. .. ,
the Division has reached 83 per bl Inma ^nnan. Abe Bolosko.
Max Sheinman. Gus Trau and Cole-
man Oien
has reached 83
cent of the total of last year's gifts
"Many newcomers to our com-
munity have expressed a desire
to participate with us in our com-
munal activities.'" said Seeder.
"An ever increasing flow of new
residents to our Greater Miami
area makes it necessary' for the
Winter Residents Division to en-
Hotel Division leaders receive pledge caxds for coverage in their concentrated d
of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Joe Rose (right), veteran campaigner, accepts^ *'
ment as key workers look on. Sam Lachman (seated center) is Hotel chairm
man. Joe Gardner and Jack Muravchick serve as co-chairmen. Seated are Rahd!
Joseph Dallet. Sam Lachman, Douglas Raff and Paul Grossinger. Standinq (left I
Sam Kaplan, Harry Koretzky, Kurman, Gardner. Muravchick, Jack Fishman Ber'amS
Robert Nathan Urges UJA's Women's
Division To Support Appeal Drive
NEW YORK W UTSC
spirt- :
ert :'
Nathan, noted
omist, urgi I Anwr
week to renei
the I
adequt
r the rescu .,
' -
ger.
N than
session ol a tw i :,,. i nference
of the Appeals National Women's
Division, said that "too often in
roll additional workers. These vol- JJ2 1" ^ and late has
unteers mil invit* ih-n, i ..... pro\ed fdr moro c,,s,l> than 'too
Seder
Phillips
much, too soon "
In calling for fresh support of
the *
rned attack against Jews as
m Communist-dominated
countries especially shocking" but
that whether anti-Semitism
ind become more in-
knuwn factor."
do know." he said, "that
' is placed on human '
: Soviet world" and thai
ilavement and even extermina-
of groups is not without prec-
edent.'
Every effort must be made,"
he stressed, "to prevent a repe-
tition of what happened under the .
Nazis."
Mrs Albert Pilavin. of Provi-
dence. Rhode Island, new!) named
chairman of the UJA Women's Di
r**~
m.
*?
I
unteers will invite them to par
ticipate in the Combined Jewish
AP,PCal'' ,h-' UJA and in openingiVhc An- im"rma" 01 ,nc "" Women's Di-
A campaign veteran in the Win- peal's 1953 drive among women in ? wl? retfurned Jt prior to
ter Residents Division. Seeder is more than 200 communiii s Pen'"S of the Conference a
sparking the drive in his unit, j throughout the 48 States vath'n onR Wl,h five 'her officers of the
New workers in the Division in-' added that a vigorous response to f womc,n"s "mpaign following
dude Juies P. Channing. Miami the United Jewish Appeal at ,hs! 3 fUrWCek
law J T Sound and, h'S /a,her m' CrUC'al n,oment "*" ">e one wav
law, J. S. Spund. active for many which every person can demon
years ,n philanthropic and com- strate his determined effort to ore ar ready and anxious to welcome
, welfare work. Other new vent the Communists from usmg
Jews as scapegoats in their des-
perate and failing drive to conquer
all mankind."
survey mission to Is-
| rael. Europe and North Africa re-
in ported that "the people of Israel
workers are J. J. Lynn. George
Sogy and hotel man Nat Hankoff
Hankoff.
Key workers who functioned ef-
Broehure Reveals Extent Ol Aid To
10.000 Oarie 1 mm Hans llu Appval
40.000 men. women and
in Dade County were
Greater Miami Jewish
agencies in 1952. ac-
Nearlj
children
served by
Federation
cording to a brochure recently
published by Federation Publicity
Department
Entitled. Your Federation Agen-
cies In Action, the booklet des-
cribes in detail the number of
persons serviced by the six Great-
er Miami beneficiary agencies of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
? As of the publication date
Mount Sinai Hospital
and old. were involved in pro
grams developed through the
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
brochure revealed. While more
than 3.500 boys and girls were
officially registered in Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew schools, according to
available records.
Through its thrift shops and
I Americanization program, the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
I assisted New Americans in a com-
prehensive rehabilitation program.
The Miami resident, through his
-and its clinic Tnng?M. the Combid Jewish
extended care to 8.052 persons ? ,hus serves 4000C People
and assisted 7.000 with emergency '" Grea,er M,ami a" care for a total of 56.585 patient' Cmergenc>' nceds Israel and
every one of the 2.500,000 Jews
now living behind the Iron Cur-
tain."
Mrs. Pilavin told the Conference
He termed the "undisguised and ^ l^ h*lp from thc L:ni,ed
Jewish Appeal. Israel can be put in
a position not only to receive great
masses of Jews from Eastern Eur-
ope but to make possible their
earliest settlement and absorption
into the economy."
The opening of the Appeal's
drive among American women pre
Cedes the formal opening of the
I'JA's 1953 campaign among all'
sections of the American public
which will take place Sunday, Feb
ruary 15th. at a National Inaug-
Ruth Chatterton (center) and Mrs. Jacob Kesselmanl
were guests of honor at the Combined Jewish Appeal I
Division Tea held at the home of Mrs. Dan B. Rt__
Gifts pledged at the initial women's function excseM*
years' total by more than S25.000. Mrs. Jack Ablin wot
man.
k
&
days.
Sixty-two rr dent., received in-
stitutional can at the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Of these
two persons were in the age group
between 9o and 94, six were in
the 85 to 89 age group and 17
were in the 70 to 79 age group.
I than 8.000 youth and adults
were served through the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Centers'
leisure-time program. Their sum-
mer camps, nursery schools and
Golden Age Clubs received com-
mendation from community wel-
fare authorities in 1952.
Jewish Social Service Bureau
through its counseling, guidance
and social service, aided 620 fam-
ilies affecting 1.500 individuals
in the last year. They gave direct
aid to many New Americans, as-
sisting with housing, jobs and in-
tegration in the community
Ovei 3.700 persons, both young
pamphlet points
ov-
......ii,, i iiidijtr-
ural Conference in Miami Beach.
Judge Silver Speaks
Judge Sam I. Silver, of the West
Miami Municipal Court, addressed
members of the Klagler-Granada
wish Community Center, on
Ihursday. Subject of Judge Silver's
address was: How The Combined
.Jewish Appeal Serves Jewrv
' Around The World

KA ______________
Sidney Lefcourt (second from right) prepares to
Pledge to the Combined Jewish Appeal a Trades
Sam Heiman (right) assists. The planninq session of'
ami Accountants Unit took place at the home of Unit
man Joe Post (second from left). Shown at lefl is David!
who will serve with the unit.
lesdames Samuel Schu] raional gift funcuc "^ 7rker' session to pose for a
ading deft to right) the M Xt* Fri*man. i IL^f y' ^ruary 24th. Shown -'eat
***ard Spertor JKrf fl Mesdames Sam D. Goodman M ^ *f KuPP' ko Levin, Meyer Ea
d Lou Lvtton aUl ^"wnger. Lauren*, T'.Jy Ba.kir.d. Lew SWbin. M. T. Wc
Melrin WeinJtle. U
Sidney Feller and Lou Lytton.
Grossinger. Laawn^ iZ^JfiS* ^^d.'u^Smb^ M. 'l Wa
' VV,Ultna Sacker. J. R. Schwortx. PeretJ


fSuARY^^
+J*Wl*l>nnriri**r,
PAGE 3 B
TpiTOL SPOTLIGHT
M By MILTON FRIEDMAN
_nN_ \s a reward for designing the world's first
F i "ubmarim-. Captain Hyman G. Rickover, US Navy, has
rented promotion and will be forced to retire at the age
free OM uf ;| Dr,i]iant career. Captain Rickover is Jewish.
1 jC tTLnhowcr was asked to investigate the case by Sidney
l Illinois Democrat. Yates also, requested the Senate Armed
'' ?" ittec to find out why Captain Rickover was turned down
Lrftanon two occasions when other officers with far less sen-
Fd nfcrior records were promoted to the grade of rear
I 7 195? Captain Rickover received the following com-
y from Secretary of the Navy Kimball: "Captain Rickover,
'"" any 0ther individual, i responsible for the rapid develop-
Ll the nuclear-powered hip program. His efforts have lad to
t- pf the keel of tho world** first nuclear cowered ship
dvince of its original schedule." Secretary Kimball added
?Rickover has accomplishad tho most important piece of de-
ntnt work in the history of the Navy."
It the very next day. despite the statement by the Secretary of
[a Naval Selection Board passed over Rickover's name for I
tnd time on a list of captains eligible for promotion. The others
, rear admirals, but Rickover will be forced by the Boards deci-
retire within a few months when he will have completed 30:
lervice If promoted, he ould have remained on duty. The fact |
r envisioned and designed the atomic-powered submarine now'
[construction was apparently ignored by the Board.
L of the nation's outstanding electrical engineers, Captain
W was graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in
Six years ago, he began planning an atomic submarine. Last
when President Truman laid the keel of the Rickover submar-
le Jewish officer was publicly praised as the man chiefly de-
of credit Later, the Secretary of the Navy pinned the Legion
rit on his chest.
rit is taking all possible action in hit Congressional office
ure justice in the Rickover cat*. The Congressman pointed out
["Wt are engaged in a desperate) race with a deadly enemy for
liscovery of secrets of nuclear power the control of which may
termine our fate and the fate of other free notions. To corn-
Ms man to retire from active service is appalling." (Tho Naval
j's decision makes it mandatory that Captain Rickover leave I
levy "0 June 30th.)
Lptain Rickover, said Yates, "has exhibited more than any other
i in the Navy, the vision to adapt thermonuclear power to naval
;es. To my mind, he deserves the promotion which would per-
lini to remain in the Navy. Even more important, however, it
Jto me that it is in the best interests of the nation that he be
(the promotion in order that his talents may continue to be used
Llional defense. Only God and the. members of the Naval Selec-
ard know what occurs during the deliberations of the Board."
fates knew of what he spoke. Governor Adiai Stevenson effectively
anti-Semitism at high levels in the Navy Department in 1942,
he was special assistant to Navy Secretary Frank Knox. This
evealed by Rabbi Paul Richman, former national representative
B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League in Washington.
|Rabbi Richman said Stevenson over-ruled the top brass in m
r of instances mainly involving denial of commissions to Jews
use of prejudice. Stevenson cooperated closely with the ADL
with naval officers who experienced difficulties because of their
lion, the Rabbi said.
treason visualized a program to combat discrimination in the
| Department. One Naval commander told how anti-Semitic ele-
l in the Navy hierarchy in 1942 sought to deprive him of his com-
bn He described the action Stevenson took. The commander told
["Stevenson made a thorough Investigation and. as a result of his
Bgs, Secretary Knox overruled the brass hats, thereby preventing
would have been an injustice to me, and because of the bad and
erous precedent it would have established, a disservice to the
A week or two after Secretary Knox had made his ruling, Mr.
knson sent for me and, after exchanging pleasantries, spoke about
lllows: Commander, there has been a great deal of complaint
[when men of Jewish origin apply for commission in the Navy
I are being rejected mainly because of racial discrimination. The
tt may be well founded. I don't know, but I'd like to find out. If
1 we should immediately put a stop to this nefarious practice. Each
is application should be considered purely on its meritsnot on
iiasis of race, creed, or social standing.'"
DOG RACING
NIGHTLY
( Kxcopt Sunday)
flest flanbi
KENNELlUB
(tod 9&qkSt. Cantor Joseph W. Malek.
lyric tenor, will be the featur-
ed attraction during Dedica-
tion Week at the Miami
Beach Community Center,
Washington Avenue and 21st
Street. Cantor Malek, recip-
ient of the Brandeis Music
Scholarship, is known for his
interpretations of liturgical
music. The Cantor will head-
line the program on Wed-
nesday. February 11th, at
8:15 p.m. Having served the
Coral Gables Jewish Center
for lour yeais and now with
the Hollywood Jewish Center,
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMUJES
Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
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Sales and Service at
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Qeaeral Kepalr on all Make Trucks and Cars
Electric and Acetylene Welding
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Free Plck-Up and Delivery Wrecker Service
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Federal Savings S Loan Association. 1594 N.W. 36th Street. Telephone
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The new quarters for the Dade Federal Allapattah branch is being designed with one thought
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Mrs. Matilda Ratner presents the Charles A. Ratner Macca-
biah Award to Rabbi Max Shapiro on behalf of the Beth
David Religious School for first place in the Annual Inter-
School Maccabiah Festival.
Nochem Bomse
Is Miami Visitor
Noehem Bomse, a young poet
now living in America, will deliver
a lecture tonight. 8:30 p.m., at the
Baskin Forum held in the Lyceum.
25 Washington Avenue.
His subject will be modern Jew-
ish poetry, and he will read ex-
cerpts from his own writings.
Mr. Bomse is the third of a group
of young Jewish poeis from Poland
to visist this community. During
the last war, he was captured by
the Soviet Army and sent to a
labor camp in Siberia from which
he escaped to Sweden and later
to Paris.
He came to America four years
ago as a Delegate to the Congress
of Jewish Culture and has remain-
ed in this country ever since.
During his stay here. Mr. Bomse
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.:
Joseph Duntov.
Mttraoliic Center Plans Dinner
l^sllirr Ail.iins
Mew At 10
Mrs. Esther Schrebnick Adams,
I one of the first Jewish residents
born in the West Palm Beach area.
died recently in New Jersey. She
was 40 years old. .
Mrs. Adams was iiie eider daugh-
ter of the late Carl and Mary
Schrebnick, long-time communal
workers and instrumental in form-
ing the first local Jewish congrega-
tion.
Prior to her marriage, Mrs.
Adams lived in West Palm Beach
with her mother.
Funeral services and burial took
place January 16th. in the family
plot at Evergreen Cemetery. Jack-
sonville, with Rabbi Sanders To-
field, of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center, officiating.
Survivors include a brother, Jo-
seph Schrebnick. West Palm
Beach, a sister, Miss Faye Schreb-
nick, Lot Angeles, California; and
a cousin, Mrs. H. E. Berns, Coral
Gables.
The Educational Committee of
'the Israelite Center will hold a
dinTTer on Sunday evening. Febru
ary 8th. 7 p.m., according to
Charles Fidelman, chairman.
Co-chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Sam Sandier. Assisting will be Phil
Barocas, Morris Goldenberg, Mor-
ris Aron, Mrs. Sam Benus, Mrs.
George Kessler, Mrs. Frank Back
haut and Irving Sperling.
Toastmastcr of the evening will
be Ben Essen, Miami attornev.
Others appearing are Rocky Kauf-
man, S. Openheimer and Miss Syl-
via Milgrim. Music will be by Mrs.
Mana Manion.
Proceeds of the affair are for
the Hebrew and Sunday Schools of
the Israelite Center.
To Reexamine
Loan Fund Here
Elry Stone, president of the
Baron de Hirsch Ix>an Fund, an
nounccd this week that the Fuih
is planning to reexamine its meth-
od of operation.
For the past Hi years, the Baron
de Hirsch Loan Fund has been
making small loans without inter
est for business purposes to peo
pie of the Greater Miami area who
are unable to obtain loans through
normal commercial channels but
j who have been able to obtain co-
signers to guarantee repayment or
provide other satisfactory collat
cral.
Since 1947, the Fund has been
an independent organization, em-
ploying the staff services of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau
"In the past year." Stone said,
"there have only been six loans
made by the Fund. Among the bor
rowers was a man with a physical
handicap who could become self-
supporting through self-employ-
ment. Another was a small mcr
chant who has not yet established
the credit that he requires for
sound business operations.
"A third borrower." he declared,
was a man whose skill in agri-
culture warranted a community el
fort to help him become an inde-
pendent proprietor."
According to Stone, these loans'
have been of great value to the
recipients, "biff the question has
been seriously raised as to whether
or not there are a sufficient num-
ber of applicants to justify the con-
tinuance of an independent service
such as the Fund."
The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund
has in the past received funds from
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, but no additional grants have
been sought in recent years be-1
cause of the limited use made of I
them. Consequently, at the present
time the funds available for loans
are limited.
Colonel Stone concluded, that a j
"greater awareness of the Fund. |
and the interest in this service and
the need expressed for it will help
us in our future planning."
Applications for loans are made
at the offices of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau.
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In Your
?s Enters
,flrsal Phase
L rehearsal f<-r the orig-
in c.ion. Sand In Your
flared by the Greater
CS Community CUf.
tl las, week, it was an-
% Professor Sam H.rsch,
, were Held and parts as-
Jfr^ssion conducted on
'"'of [he Center1. Town
l^cor Hirsch presented a
7?,he script for the, pig.
j'he wrote, earlier at his
|fl,ose actively participating
lnnM thr producUon, and
Hor the reading included
president. Stanley C. My,
^u.ive director. Mraun
L Svlwa durtkoi. produc-
er,; Robert Strassburg.
director; Mrs. Ann King,
director.
G cohen, son of pioneer
- Isidore Cohen; Mrs. Hoi-
Bert publicity director; and
|el Tropp. center director of
, than 100 individuals have
, signed up for participating
jous phase.- of the produc
[professor Hirsch indicated
ek that there is still room
.talent. The show is sched-
' Sunday night. March 1st,
foami Beach Auditorium.
. Compare
turn *
New officers of the Southeast Federation of Temple Sisterhoods installed in a ceremony at
Albany, Geordla, "are 'left to right) the Me3dames Harold Thurman, Miami, historian; Henry
Sotomonson, Atlanta, treasurer; Myer Blumberg, president; Hyman Miller, Birmingham, new
director; and N. S. Rubin, Pensacola, parliamentarian. Back row (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Sam Mohr, Atlanta, 1st vice president; and Sidney Katz, Dothan, secretary.__________
Set Plans For
Cardiac Tag Day
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ilf Leiioni by Bill Tinder,
|t> Tinder and Chuck Wilson
en 10 A.M. To 11 P.M.
Fifteenth annual tag day to raise
funoVs for National Children's Car-
diac Hospital will be held this year
on Saturday, February 7th, under
the auspices of the three support-
ing chapters of the institution in
Greater Miami.
Arrangements for the one-day
campaign with the slogan Have A
HeartSave A Heart were an-
nounced jointly on Saturday by
Mrs. Julius Weiner, president of
the Dade chapter; Mrs. Arthur M.
Chasan, president of the Flamingo
chapter; and Mrs. Sal Ramagli,
president of the Miami chapter.
Captain* for tha chapters have
issued an appeal for volunteers
to h#H> tag tha citizens for tha
benefit of tha non-soetarian na-
tional institution which to
maintained on Wast Flagler
Street for tha banafit of ehildran
with cardiac ailmants.
Volunteers are asked to report
to 124 Shoreland Arcade. 1657
Washington Avenue or 6261 SW
16th Terrace.
The Cardiac Hospital here main-
tains an Out-Patient Clinic for
! I rheumatic children at 4250 West
Flagler Street.
North Shore B'nai
B'rith Holds Benefit
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold n Hillel Bene-
fit Luncheon and Card Party on
Tuesday, February 10th, 12:30 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs Irving Green-
field. 40 Star Island.
Mrs. George Levenson is presi-
dent of the Chapter. Chairman of
the Luncheon and Card Party is
Mrs. Murray Herlands.
In charge of tickets are Pat Wol-
lowick and Tillie Wolf son. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami.
Couplvft Club
To Hold Frolic
The Couples Club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
will hold a February frolic on Sat-
urday. February 7th, 8:30 p.m., at
the Town Branch.
A special program of games,
dancing, music and entertainment
has been planned for the occasion.
Serving on the refreshment and
program committee are the Mes-
dames Harry Solloway, Martin Zel-
kin, Gerald Goldstein, William
Zuckerman, Paul Callum. Israel
Silver and Mr. Bernard Segal.

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School Children To
Enter Heart Drive
Some 80.000 Dade County school
children will be enrolled today as
volunteers in the 1953 Heart Fund
Campaign for S100.000. it was an-
nounced by Paul Walker, admin-
istrator of the Dade County Hos-
pital and Home at Kendall, cam-
paign chairman for the second suc-
cessive year.
"Young people have a special
stake in this battle, since rheu-
matic heart disease is childhood's
greatest enemy."' Walker exp!;.m
cd.
The local Heart Fund is part of
a nationwide February campaign
for $10,000,000 to finance research
in the fight against heart and blood
\( -< I diseases that cause half of
all the deaths in the country, ex-
plained Dr. Edwin P. Preston, of
1 Gables. Association presi
dent
The Dade Heart Fund's youth
army will be reinforced next week
by milkmen from 17 Dade dairies.
Walker announced. With their
morning milk on February' 13th
and 14th. some 134.000 dairy cus-
tomers in the county will receive
special appeal letters for Heart
Fund contribution, he explained.
Women volunteers in the 1953
drive will go on the march on the
night of February 14th. making a
special appeal for funds among i
gue^t; in Miami Beach hotels. Lar-
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will appear in a concert at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday F h
12th. 8:30 p.m. Members are A. Arnoff, I. Anekstein, M. Basch. F. Bialek, M. Carroll, I. Cohen. A. Cohen, H. Crance R r
zing, D. Dantzing, F. Davis, S. Faigin, E. Feldman, J. Feldman, S. Finkel, P. Finkel, F. Frieman, T. Furoch, D. Garta If
M. Goldin, M. Goldberg. F. Gittelman. H. Gurewitz, R. Gerts, R. Herman, J. Helfond, B. Hurewitz, E. Horshof, J Jajfe < j
Ian, Y. Kogen, S. Kirschner, A. Klezmer, H. Landau, R. Lewis, L. Levin, B. Litwin, A. Levine, B. Levine, B. Lippoff S m!
T. Malakoff, T. Nitzeberg, A. Orchin. C. Pomerantz. J. Price, H. Puritz. G. Raim, A. Reichstein, L. Rietskin, C. H Riqger Dl
insky. M. Rohinsky, L. Roller, I. Sadkin, S. Silverstein. B. Silverstein, R. Singer. R. Sober, C. Sober, J. Solomon M SakL
S. Shandloif, M. Shulman, Y. Shulman, J. Steinberg, J. Steinman, E. Steinman, B. Torkow, F. Tepper, I Feitch G V ^
Volkin, F. Yasin, L. Ycsin, S. Yaskowitz. S. Yutan, S. Weiss, S. Weissbord. R. Weisman. F. Weinsteiri. D WeinstPH lifl
sky, R. Zatman and T. ZUlin. vmsma- *- *^
ZT^?XX P""?* fff**** [Smnmer Camps Formulalo Plans For Rogiatraiion
a special Gifts Committee, headed Kt'Pilinff MlttiicalP
by Commander William X. Mans- ...
field, i A musicale. honoring Jewish
School children, milkmen and Music Month, will be presented at
citizen volunteers will have a liv- the Beach Branch of the Greater
The three summer day camps twecn the ages of six and twelve. the Beach Bri
Miami Jewish Community Center
on Tuesday, February 10th. 8:30
ing symbol of the good Heart
Fund- can do in the spunky, red-
haired person of five year-old j
Cheryl Vaughn of North Miami. pm'
who has been named Miss Heart Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of
Appeal of 1953 by the Greater 'n<> Jewish Music Council of Great-
Miami association. I cr Miami, will discuss plans for the
Heart Fund leaders will hold' national festival,
their first rally of the 1953 cam-; Participating artists w,.i be Mrs.
paign on Monday night. February
9th. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
to review accomplishments of the
first week of the drive and plan
efforts for the next three weeks.
Donald Reiff and Mrs David
Drucker. sopranos: Judy Younger-
man, choreographer:; and Robert
trassburg. executive secretary of
the Jewish Music Council.
operated by the Greater Miami .Ue are offering a program with
Jewish lommunitv (enter will be- T .
gin registration on April 2nd. for P0tive Jewish orlcnta"on, the
the forthcoming camp season, it diction of trained professional
was announced by Mrs. Jess Freed.' s,aff- a ricn variety of program ex-
recently appointed chairman of the Periences and a knowledge of how
Day Camp Committee. ito handle children in groups," Mrs.
Enrollment begins earlier this' Fr.?d s,aJd .
year to accommodate the need- of The ,nree camps' a'th"ugh op-
some 300 children. crating in three different localities
The season will run from June .
22nd to August 14th, and will be
conducted in two four-week per-
iods. The camps will provide a
program for boys and girls be-
ranch. Town I
and Flagler-Grar.ada Center -\
offer a similar type of pn
including swimming instn
athletics, arts and crafts,
ics, group sining. folk danciotl
its to interesting places and i
types of activity The day
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Ly^vraHUARY 6. 1953
Rabbi Gourary Will Be Honored At
Evening Affair; Leaders Participate
^^gjkxjdtori
Babbi Samarius Gouraiy. Dean
L the United Lubavitcher Yeshi-
.h will be honored during his
at a special Melaveh
the Hotel Victor on
tt tar. 7l T'spedarMelaveh
in the Hotel Victor on
iaturday evening, February 7th.
Playing
iMalkah
* host to the Rabbi and
lin charge of the evening affair is
Lbbi Joseph Waldman. Hotel Vic-
tor proprietor.
I Rabbi Gourary will meet with
local leaders here and render a
[report on the United Lubavitcher
K2dvoth. The institution, with
tranches throughout the United
Elates, Europe. Canada and Israel,
Las founded by the Rabbi's fath-
Cr-in-law, the late Lubavitcher Rab-
fci, some 13 j ears ago.
I Besides his leadership in the in-
crnational school system devoted
Ejewifh religious education, Rab-
Courary has helped organize
Ihe agricultural settlement of Kfar
Cifbad in Israel. Chairman of the
'oiled Lubavitcher Yesivoth Ex-
ecutive Committee, he will explain
L future plans for an expanded
Educational program.
I Louis Schleifer, industrialist,
Philanthropist and chairman of the
leshivoth Hoard of Directors, will
|e amonn the principal partici-
pants during the Melaveh Malkah.
PAGE 7R
MADE
be published weekll b Thl 7 '" u SHSu* 'TnS in modcr" conversational Hebrew which will
nrJ^ingtLfVn^mZ,^niT^ Flr,dtan- The mPlete constitutes a course aimed at
book, Hebrew Ma Eu L VS l?Te V nW sPken in Israel and based a ***'
ami Beach ThisanH /,?h. M'" IShoshana ^ or, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
radic"station WMRMr ductedou Mi W, Sunday, at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program i, con-
wmi^SV^^J^^^J^ ^""^ers Jewlsh HouT_ The Jsh Flondlan
vruviae ine visual aid necessary to participate m the course.
Kamora Sisters To
|Uark Observance Of
brotherhood Week
I The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew-
Ih Center will participate in the
plebration of Brotherhood Week
their meeting on Wednesday,
lebruary 11th. 8 p.m.
1 Guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob
Junningham. director of the Mi-
ni Round Table, National Con-
krencc of i hristians and Jews.
|r. Cunningham will lead a group
Iscussion and present the film,
lie God.
[The program will be under the
rection of Mrs. Bernhard Ches-
bn. Assisting are the Mesdames
bit) Cohen. Eliza Kerdick. Bar-
ly Flaum. AI Weiss, Edna Lay-
In and Sara Block.
lOn Februarj lath, a luncheon
d fashion show sponsored by the
pterhood will be held at 12:30
in., under the direction of Mrs.
piis Kroll. Supervising Qh show
be Mrs. Bert Topell and Mrs.
frry Ellen Hoodwin, in conjunc-
PB with the Three Sisters De-
rtment Store.
|Si-terhood members will act as
Todels.
kabbi Samarius Gourary
Call For Women
At Short* Park
Women residents and visitors
are invited to join the adult ac-
tivities program conducted at
North Shore Park under the di-
rection of Miss Margaret Sweet,
director for adults of the Miami
Beach Recreation Department.
New registrations will be taken
at any of the class or club groups.
Bridge and Canasta instruction
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1
p.m.; Exercise and Conditioning
classes Tuesdays and Thurs-
days at 10:30 p.m.; Group tennis
lessons. 4 adults to a class, smalj
fee Mondays and Wednesdays
at 11:30 a.m.
Shuffleboard play is scheduled
daily with instruction, and there
are weekly tournaments. Spanish
groups will starf a new series af-
ter February 12th, and registra-
tion is on now.
There is a cheese sandwich Yesh ke-rich ge-vinah
Cream cheese sandwich | Ke-rich ge-vi-nat sham-me-
Salmon sandwich tfa*fl Ke-rich le-chis
1
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Wwe to*'6"'" f pleSU' Be-m "
And what is there to drinkf U-mah yesh lish-tot?
Soda, my friend, soda
tj
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(The Duplicate Bridge Club of
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J*l on Sunday. February 8th, 8:15
at the (enter. 5720 SW 17th
Vionvvr Women
Meet Monday
Pioneer Women, Club No. 2.
will meet on Monday evening. 8:30
p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion, according to Mrs. Ida Jacobs,
president.
Guest speaker will be Abraham
Hamlin, Histadrut director for the
New England states. Also appear-
ing will be Mrs. Lena Greenberg,
Pioneer Women leader from Chi-
cago, Illinois.
West Miami Jewish War
Veterans Post Discussed
David Dresner, Commander of
the West Miami Post of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, will address the
Father and Son Group of the West
Miami Jewish Center on Sunday
morning at 8:30 a.m. He will dis-
cuss the activities of the local post.
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C?.ei .3 YHA:7fta3-i YAQj
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 195,
Encyclopedia Of
Biblical Comment
Makes Appearance
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
rcopy::;:-. 1&52. Jewk* Telegraphic Agervy. Inc.v
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
American anti-Semites are gloat
have we t<>
goes on. what right
criticize them""
I, then proceeded to .d-
The first volume of the English ^ wha( fa nappenine to thc barbarian thesis that the waj
translation of the new Er.eycio- c ...
pedia of Biblical Interpretation. Jews in the Red c M UMMOJ jj- ^ ^ (.ommu.
published by the American Bibli- the same time they are in a quan- Jwj ,hcre wl ^ an
calEnc-.clopedia Society, has made dary that may compel them to c,immunl.,., >Pif
it appearance, with the initial change their tactics Since recent ^_^ haven't jot around yet t
to former President exposures of anti-Jewjsh devetog ^^^^ ^rpl,x:t> h
-t.. ell
Harry S. Truman. menta In Russia and
Dr L- i Jung, honorary president countries have served to equate
flf ,. v and pr :- r "f Communism with anti-Semitism.
Ethlic Yeshiva University, ar- the anti-Semites in this country
rived here last week to present a are on the horns of a di.emma
special copy to Rabbi Irving Lehr- Their chief weapon hxs been to
of this identity of uUertst-tbey] penings In Reaaii and
micht appear as Communists in the
public eye
To get around this dilemma, the
anti-Semitic press of America took
a cue from the Daily Worker and
the Freiheit In language virtually
identical with that of the Commu-
.nist press, the filth sheets of the!
'he Hebrew encyclopedia will I \meriCan racists are proclaiming (rom 7 t0 g 15 p m
.... 34 volumes of which|15 j that the Prague trial wsnot ojM Announcement of the change in
^^:^lT^T^U^U-bUt JL*&ti\* came Mrr,s Nasatir.
The e n cyclopedia features a
translation of the works of Dr
Menahem M. Kasher. as assembled,
organized and systematized from
all commentaries on the Bible writ
ten by -cholars and sages. Dr.
Jung. Rabbi of the New York Jew-
ish Center, said the works of Dr.
Ka-her have received great ac-
ciaim.
The Hebrew encyclopedia '
cons
minate Jea means (, prue
j i ,,mmuni>m how will tne
destruction ol Jews end Commu
niim''
If the organized anti-Semitk ele-
lite countries have given them a
shot in the arm.
Yiddish Hour
CaaagM Time
The Yiddish Classical Hour will
now be heard Sunday evenings.
and its commentaries, according to
Dr. Jung.
Szold Hadassah
Honors Youth Month
A meeting of the Henrietta
Szold Chapter of-Hadavah will be
held on February 9th. 1 p.m.. at
the Shore Club. Miami Beach
Horn : ng Youth Service Month.
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz. president of
the South Eastern Region of Jun-
ior Hadassah will give a report on
her visit to Israel.
Cantor Aaron Weingarten. of
l aniur .-vaiou ncuisairen. ---- -. ... .
Beth Jacob Congregation, will pre-' course, this so-called woman just,
seat a musical program. hudders at the idea of going to
____________________ war to save six million Jews from
Stalin. As if by pre arrangement
WANTED Common Sense, one of the filthiest
SOPHIE ROSENBERG, formerly of crackpot >heets, struck the same
lived in Palm Beach. Florida. Has iheme but with a variation Thi>
moved but has not left a forward- hate sheet was simply anxious that
ing address. She arrived in the ur newspapers might soon have us
United States about 1910. and has believe that Rus-ia has murdered
a son. Alexander Goldstein, about six million Jews and on the 'same
45. ol first marriage. She is being evidence" that -Hitler killed a
. her brother. Herscovicl number of Jews". If Ru>sia wishes
.if Tc! A-. Israel. to throw off the Jewish yoke, it
anti-Semitic but of a purely anti
suss aSttfr sras*.
n _.,. u- smith i evenings from 7 to o p.m. it #p
^.hV^TnTof^ vVnVnmg Pears over station WIN* and has
ov the name ofn-yrl van M>nmg. f~ _*_j ?,,,, fr>r tho nast
actually shed bitter tears over the, been presented here for the past
idea of imputing anti-Semitism to I sewen >ear>
the Communists.
Unveiling her indecency in an
article in The Women's Voice, this
leader of the reactionary We. The
Mothers Organization complained
that there i- a drive on to pin anti-
Semitism on the Communists and
th?i its objective is to whip up
war hvsteria And. naturally of
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translation of the Encyclopedia of Biblical interpretation to
Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.______________________ ]
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David Levinson, Miami Beach
Ugious anil civic loader, has been
umed chairman of the Testimon-
| Dinner to be given in honor of
fcr. and Mr- Samuel Reinhard for
leir work in support of Yeshiva
kah Vodaath and Mcsivta.
Announcement of Levinson's.ac-
kptanrc was made by Rabbi Mos-
iBryskman, field director of the
irgest orthodox Jewish theologi-
l seminar, in the United States.
| Reinhard. who lives in Miami,
been active in Yeshiva Torah
lodaatli a n d Mesvita since he
lriped to found it. He is also one
t the pioneers of the Young Is-
movement throughout the
fnitcd States. He is one of the
unders of the Creator Miami He-
w Academy, a member of its
ord of Directors and its co-treas-
r.
|The dinner will be held at the
pward Hotel. 953 Collins Avenue,
t Sunday, March 15th, 6 p.m.
The Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center ac-
cepts a plaque denoting its victory in the Annual Inter-School
Maccabiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education
Left to right are-Sheila Levine, Mr. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chair-
man of the Religious School. Susan Zimmerman, Richard
Stembook, Mrs. Charles Ratner, sponsor of the award, Judy
Applebaum. Saul Rabin, educational director of the Center
Religious School and Stephen Farber. The five students who
won first place in their respective athletic events were award-
ed special ribbons and prizes. A sixth winner, Kenneth Levitt,
is not pictured. The prize for the school is a group of books
for its library.
hbi Shapiro Named
) Serve On JDC
(At the 38th Annual Meeting of
National Council held in New
brk City on January 10th, Rabbi
p Shapiro was elected to serve
the Joint Distribution Com-
Ittee.
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Guest speaker at the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center Adult Educa-
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according to Mrs. Peter Glazer,
chairman.
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Time For Greatness. The group
meets on Sunday, February 8th,
8:30 p.m., at the Center.
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+JmlsiJ!t&0iHL
Saal Unveiling
Obituaries
MRS MINNIE GREENBERG
ROBERT OGER
ANNA MERCUR
:,,..
W,. Till!., a son. Stanle>a ,
daughter, Miss Ruth Saal. all of -, *- x -JS
Miami, and two brothers, of New *'-- ,\ .;_ ,,. < ...
York He was a member of the Mr, Jean,,-------- V.1
Mount sinai emomi ."* **- .,' v,rt, oi
etery, with Rabbis Simon April
ami Joseph K. Hackovsky officiat-
ing. Mr. Saal is survived by his
York He was a "_" M ;,., ^> v^ i
Miami Hebrew Sehool and ion- ;..,..,.. \ tfcw <
creation. ShotelLodge No. 1066. Mondaj .1 Beach Memorl I .
>;rt'...
H'ikii B'rith, Miami Zionist District
and the Miami Jewish Community
Center. Arrangement! are in
Charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
LEON H. SKOP
;i. of i*tv lth Sir* I v <
died Ja rj -:'' Hi ha I i
M MX year* aa>
. ., Mrs Am > 'i jrvr*
him. Bi M.
LIZZIE SCHEERER
..... I in lanu-
,.,,,,. ... ..n.l. mi
M -. v

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Dietz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
the 1 ti
II .i
MORRIS SEVIN
:<-. one of Oi in -
:,i Miami
MAURICE BENNETT
.-,, Jan-
v '"" ""'
i Ivi '
' b> hl!*
. ..... i tjs
to the memory of the late Hartv a^m
Dlett, formerly of 601 75th Street.
i '
Miami Beach, will take place Sun- J-nrjj
day, February 8th. 2:45 p.m.. on ,;. at. Hiap
Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi *
Mayer Abramowitx officiating. Mr.
Pietz is survived by his wife. Celia.
two daughters. Miss Shirley and
Miss Geraldine, a brother Meyer.
;
... and Ini bj H
. .,.,:- I I i > '"
loth Street M ami Hea
SAMUEL BRODLIEB
i ... Id .! vlsltoi
- died here Saturday. Tn<
. -, -. iu to S< Tort
Miami Beach Memorial I'hapei.
BENJAMIN SANGOR
>,... .-. dli i a Jan lan
.'": k
. ..-. eg and Int.
Mian Bea. h Riven di
Miss Ceraldine. a Drawer ***, ,"*tor? dEi '"'
and two sisters. Carolyn Ostrow rttow. yt-g
and Ceraldine Segal: also his moth-
er. Mrs. Mina Rosenbaum. of Phil-
adelphia. Pennsylvania. Mr. Dietz
In .:':.- and
n i i .*-..><, ........ ---
f..c |a survived, b) her nus-
I Harrj and lter Remains
Memorial Service
For Mrs. Pwkftt
Memorial services were held in
the unfinished Jewish Center at
Homestead last week. simultan-
eously with fut.eral services in At-
lanta! Georgia, for Mrs. Dorothy
Golden Peckett.
Mrs Peckett passed away in
James Archer Smith Hospital after
being critically ill for several
*The family asked that flowers
be omitted and that contributions
to the American Cancer Society be
made instead. Mrs. Peckett was
a member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Jewish Center.
\ victim of cancer. Mrs. Peckett
was 36 vears old and ill two
months. She leaves her husband.
Sidney; a son. Neil; and a daugh-
ter Donna; her mother. Mrs. Rose
Golden; and a brother. Benjamin
Golden, both of Atlanta.
Her husband is a nephew of Her-
man Marks and Mrs. Max Losner
Mrs Peckett came to Homestead
with her family in 1949. from her
Dative city, Atlanta, and they make
their home on Northwest 17th
Street Mrs Pecketfs aunt. Mrs.
Fmelia Brennine. of Tampa, is
' temporarily making her home with
Mr Peckett and the children.
Mr Peckett was accompanied to
Atlanta bv his cousin. Paul Losner.
FRIDAY. raRUARyTa-
UOA1, NOTICE
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SUIT FOR Divon?.***
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hereby notlfle.i that i NKI: i
plulnt for Dfvorc. "' ''<
against jrou, and \
sal ra copj ..i your \
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Complaint. "" B"l
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flreult Court. Dadi i ,.. ,
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NOTICE ro CREDITQB.
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AND
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE M
In Re: KSTATK .1
MARCIA SL'E FESTENSTEIN
aoeipiua. rtiiu\>i>,,......--------;?. ,.f t>:.0 Indian CTeea Drive, Miami
was a member of Miami Beach '*
., Mi ai d Mi- Mli h-
... i v.. ....... ...
., \, Vork City for erv>
.. ,| tertnei I '> the Miami
Beaoh P.iv.
BPO Klks No. 16lH. a Mason and
a Shriner. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rel-
atives are asked to be present.
el FVateneteli and .i bi ..ther.
MURRAY ALBERT
... ,,- Avenue, Miami
. ,. i novelt) >t..rr.
I I-. Burvt> Ins ': hli
\. r, \ ben pon, Herbert,
--------------------- Mra Maalne Kannert.
o 1 TT .ilu. of Xea V ra :^> brotbera. three
Seqal Unveiling ..... .-i p-amichiidrm got-
, t ,,^. Mian I'- h Chapel lanl th rived
The dedication Of I Rionument ,,,v VorK .... ,,rw.-
to the memory of the late Herman ______
SAMUEL POSNER
- ..' |.- HW llth Street ;.d
,aj lai H irvlvejl
. wife, Selma; on* Q",..rTfr.
ighter, Mra Selmn Mi jel
-. ware l t" Dayton. OWo,
.. r. ... .-.' interment bj in*
Miami Rivtralili""
REV AARON HOFFMAN
- i -. A s* nhi-
ETh_. r.liHER
4 of 140 NF Bavahore Pla naraed
w*y nn Jan in !Mh Bhe la aw.
by hrr brother, "h*-l- B*-
irere aeni to Sew Torh tTty
, Intel m '>' The
Segal, formerly of 3101 S\V 18th
Street. Miami, will take Place Sun ,- ^^ a ^^Wjj, ^
dav. February 8th. 3 pm. at Mt He -a. ..
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. J .
with Rabbi Morris Skop off'.ciat .... m\th burial ..t Mt
ini Mr Segal is sunned by his Slna '
wife, Goldie, a son Martin, his1 mrs saoie s. spirer
mother. Rachael. and two broth^
ers. Joseph and William, both of .,... ~;
^ ** \trc Hiki' am .. lx yean* at
Miami, also a sister. Mrs. Rose .
Ferrv of Miami Beach Arrange- -
._ .I....... ni p.imiiF'c ncludina Wi;liai Mian
ments are in charge of I aimer >
Goodwill tironp
Han Hoard Meet
The Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami will hold a Board meeting
on February" 12th. 1 p.m.. at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Daniels, 3443
SYV 7th Street. Miami.
A luncheon and card party will
follow on February 19th. 12 noon,
at the Republican Club. 1934 West
Flagler Street In charge of the af-
fair will be Mrs. Eva Krohn and
' Mrs Gertrude Covner.
li am
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mty, .
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Miami Monument Company.
,, ,r- died Tuasdaj a home, i0
Oeeti rirlve, Miami M^arh He Is
aurvive<1 b> alatei Mra Ida Knit-
\t m I;. t" ";'.'h-
trt s.......- and nur "J"
fork, irlth Raaeh Memodal Chapel In
. arransemi i l -
MORRIS DAVID KAPLAN
.. | ... i. ..:. .: who
1 Pa.. 10 >.-ar- UJD
. ,. MYil 1 ;!.' "
| Survl> rv- are
.... v.-- Gladvi Kaplan Mr.
rnends and relati\e> arc a>Keu ,..
to be present
Edelstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sidney
Edelstein. formerly of 13S0 Penn-
sylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday. February 8th. '''''
11 am. at Mount Sinai Memorial
Turk Cemetery, with Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel officiating Mr Edel-
stein ia survived by hie wife, Re-
becca, and two daughters. Mrs
liarcia Stewart and Miss Dons.
JOHN KAHN
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said Kstate:
You. and each of \<
notifle.1 and required
(lain and flaiiisnil
nihi-r of vou. mav h.,
MUU of KATHKIUM
ceased late of Dad,
tu the Hon. FRANK
one of the Counn
County, and file tl. | y!
fii-e in the County i .r'.houumjsl
County. Florida, witl t^ht rilai
mniiths from tht- tin'. 'hrfinu
licutloii hr.f imi
maml* to contain letal asss
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Date January ::- \ [ |ja
MA TRICE FEI;; Kxuu,J
the Lact Wili a .'--'.atmeat7
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUI
NAME LAW
NOT1CV is hi.i: I DlVaai
the undersigned, d, rin : nnn,
bu^lnejm under th<- fl ttllfMiiMsal
AI.STKVK AIA!: .11 vis \
M.rldlan Avanui Hwch.
tend to ri^ri^trr ^. wm I
Clark of the Cti it of :
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both of Miami, also a sister. Mrs. Mr v ,.-.- -
Irene Berg, of New York City, at-
rangemeats are In charge of Palm- Mr
ers Miami >tonument Company
Friends and relatives are asked to
be present

Miller Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
I of the late Charles
formerly of 7000 Bonita
Drive Miami Beach, frill take
place Sunday. February 8th. Z p m .
at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Mayer rVbramowiti officiat
inc Mr Miller is survived by his
wife .two sons and one daughter
Arrangements are in charge oi
Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
iad to oe present.
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The new ceitio* of the calendar!
All Hebrew and EaiHak datea
frost 1911 te 19SS. All Jewiaa
kalicaTs to 1H4.
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ar adett'am te eatar* fee oar miirs
taw lew* eaitiea ei the timom 14-Year
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MS*. FEBRUARY 6, 1953-

LEGAL NOTICE
pejcUiT. COURT.
LEGAL NOTICE
F I&nTH"jUD CoAL CIRCUIT OF
K-KS* IN"and for dade
K^TY IN CHANCERY. No "
B/barlenb si-Jmons.
158046
Inllff
,,,i:,:pki: R SIMMONS. ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fl): THBOl"KE
|( sIMMoNs
. Western Area
,-, ,-ci N*'W l,IK. N. I .
HKKKHV RBQUIRBDtO
Anawar or other
,,. mil ,,f Complain) for
you harem, on
i .. Tin-:.....RE
^vSfjSi: coin Road Build-
L \llnml Ik-ach. Florida, ami file
with the Clark of
.. i i-.-f.. I he flrel
thai wise ili<- al-
Bill irUI Im. taken
VuKI' lhl -"'I' day January.
i; I! LEATHERMAN,
i the Circuit Court
I!) It. II HICK. JR.,
Deputy Clerk
NOTAX DSPPUC,ATION FR
__ TAX DEED File sifm
aoce with law
A I i.
AD.
to)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i'fvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
n FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
l IN CHANCERY. No. 154059
lATES T. WALKER. I'lalntlff
KTEI! WALKER. Defenifaa?.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
II HEHTKK WALKER, SI Bradford
Avenue. Flushing, L.I., N.Y.
Ydi' .,r, h> I > required to aerve
f your Answer to the Bill of
in, la in t fin Divorce upon I'lalntlff'a
i:i, i ..pi I i file >our original Ans-
.'r In I lie I'f'ee "f the Clerk of the
n-uit Court or before the 2Hth da)
otherwlae the Mill
Compla mi I"' orca heretofoi a
1^,1 in the i'AUG will be laden an
lij <..u
DATED al Miami, Florida, this 2Uth
! |l !. VTHERMAN, Clerk.
padi L'n mt> 'Ircull c 'nurt
I:. w VI W STOCKING,
I leputy Clerk

il If I
RMAN R LYONS, 910-12 Olympla
ng Ml ia.
THE CiRCi.IT COURT OF THE
EVENTH judicial CIRCUIT in
HO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IS l_HA\CERY. No 1560j7
[ilis liAlt.MCK, I'lalntlff,
VI
(l.-- .'. i tv Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ll.Mi 'K, 2824 tier-
\ :i lokl) pi. N.Y.
Y"i .i ,ii.. nerve
i i.. the BUI 'if
i "i i 'laJnt'ff'i
Harm r. ii Ana-
hi th..... i of the Clerk .; the
| or before the Mth
I Pebi mi \ 11. i :",::. othel wise.
ii i >.\......here-
will i>e taken at
ViU.
pA.EIi a! .M...ii... Florida, this 20th
\ I' 1953.
i: II I.EATHEHMAN.
' the Circuit Court
i' id. 'ounti. I- .-ii Ida
B>. WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
d.'.d Addreu of
It
KMAX R I.VnNs. 10-U ulympla
I M ami, Florida.
-
Said Certificate tm-
Uio following described prop
er-v.^-iu-a,,,, ,n S... oounry, So?.
Miami.. County 1,1 Da.le, State of
. iorlda
The HHWHmi-ni of said pn
under the Certificate leaned was i
the Dame of Unknown. L'nlaaa an d
i rtlfli ate iball he redeemed a> ird
9* !',' '''": '""deed wlU issue tl.. reon
<". the J5th day .r February,
Dated this 2it day of January
E B. LEATHERMAN
i lei k "I 'ir.-iiit Court '
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. STEUIIETT
.ffi-3,i' -V,!& 1"""'y rierk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
iY,..,!',e.'ls ^"dvr "' htitlous name of
III ENA VISTA LAUNDER-1T AND
UH\ CLKANINi;, at 3002 N. W 2nd
Avenue Miami. Florida, intend to rea-
S.ter ."l? "*me S,,h ,h Clerk of the
Circuit Ceaut fOU>U tlRKER and
AMOS BglEitf1** -,e '""'"
Attorney for owners
1/23-10 2/6-11
^
PAGE II B
LEGA^ NOTICE
NOTICE .V^OER FICTITIOUS
notice -"fflyfroiyj L
u-i,i.-!^S|,,':it MOORE
KRIEOBR I INK
! Jaaper Moore
RICHAR1
Atloinev fi
NOTICE
NOTICE
n^rlafw:t,t,ous
""; M...... i ... InlendaTo rler
aald name with the Clerk of n,.
' '" ''"; ": Dade Count}-, Florida
HARM B. SMITH, ESQ** '"MKN
Ui'.inev for Applleam
J..HI.lne,,l,, Ko.,,|, Ml.,u I !.-.,.,. pu.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
th. i!1.'1' IS "BREBT GIVEN that
th. underalgned, dcnirlng to ensaae in
-VV;Vv'i".v"",T. '"" fi'"""^ 'U'tnl
l-vi. e MAM'MCTnil.v,
u fi.K'i ',"' Mla"11' """' Cbun.
ui'iif ,i' .',"".''" !" ,'K'"ter Ha Id name
Da,dh.,X;,;,'kK[.^1Cir"u,,t--""t
1/30 2/6-,:;-^;"'IS A l:KV
..I
I -J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 155973
GLADYS GORMAN, Plaintiff.
va.
LEWJJ8
Til:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
" FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IN CHANCERY. No. 15MM
W MITZ.NKR, I'lainllff
ZXER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I >: Ml I'ZNER, IMI Illaek-
Augelea, California,
lifted that a Hill of
nI 'or :. baa bean filed
are required to
tnawei or I'lead-
'' ..... Iaw.1 on the
11.\ in il.D SNA
i: id, Miami Beach,
'll- ".....rlitinal Aiiawer
0 of the Clerk
i' ......r before the
. IMS. if you
' bj default win
i for the relief
, i -i; ii.- mi of complaint.
'M. AS i t.HDERED at Miami,
*-Wa da5 ..I January, ||Sl!
', II I. i:\THKKMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
{arie County, rtorlda
,. By H II KICK. JR.
', tl) Deputy Clerk
c.'iRMAN, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
LEW la GORMAN
Win Grand Con.oume
I iron a, Now York
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaiiu lor Divore. hav been
riled atcain.it you and you are hereby
required to aerve a oopj ..f \ iur Ana-
war to the Kin f Complaint on
rra attorney and file the orig-
inal Anawer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit court on or before the
Itth da) of February, l03; otherwise,
the allegatloni of said BUI < Com-
a-Ill be taken as .-unfvaaed
agalnal you.
Dat.d this utii day of January, 1953.
E. B. I.EATHEHMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court
By It. II, HICK, JR.
Depute Cl.rk
J. TAUANOFF, ESQ.
Ati..itny fur Plaintiff. 42" Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Florida
'23-3 1 t/S-U
(Seal i
pEORGE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
the undei signed, desiritiK I" engage In
business under the (lutltloua name ij
J. SYDNEY WOI.I-V AKSOCIATES
at 163 North Shore Drive, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Oerk of the circuit
Court of Dado County, Florida.
JOSEPH S Wol.FF
ANN WOI-FF
HERMAN OKATBON
Attorney for Joseph Wolff
and Ann Wolff
1/16-2J-J0 2/6
LE'vFNT^M IF*"0* coU^y^f'Jor"
ssVrrat $ftft avi ^5 aKB
d/b/ SAMSON HI.(.CK in A1NI-
y. Plainllffs
''V"1!1!^, ?BW"I ASTER, a/k/a
wu-'i^.'-ANCASTKR and
HELEN A. LANCASTER, his wife.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S .ALE"1"
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
under I.'LTKKn""-.'"' "P"'-1"1 Maater.
under and by virtue of the Final Dr-
ree heretofore entered In the above
styled eauae. on the 31t day of Det
'-'.'i'! .';''. fff.*' wl". '" -or ale and
sell ,t public auction for caah. to the
highes and best bidder, at the south
front door of the County Court Houae
of Dade (.ounty In the City of Miami
.Vf"\? "KUn!u:.,Florida' tne 2nrt ''ay
?f iJ!" Vhi 1?3- bll^n "e houra of
11.00 o clock a.m. and 2:00 o'clock
P.m., the aame being a legal aales
day. and the hours the legal hours
of sale, -he following describ.ul prop.
erty, lying situate and being in Dade
County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lota 1 through s In Block :., CAM-
BRIDGE I.AWXS PARK" BOB-
division, according 18 the Plat
thereof, recorded In Dial |t.,k
B0, Pace I "f the Public Recorda
or Hade Coimlv. Florida,
together with all the tenententa, her-
editaments and appurtenants there-
unto belonging, or in any wlae ap-
pertaining, bein sold to aatlafj aald
I >ei lee.
dated tl Miami, Dad- County,
Florida, thla 20th day ol January,
II....
HARRY GORDON
RADI Cl^vi--''1 M*""'' '" Chancery
Attorneya 'for Plaintlffa
GENET .V GENET
42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla.
1 13-30 2 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage la
buUnras under the fictitious name of
PALM GARIMjCNS. at 753-J60 Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florid*.
JACK LENN1CK
ANN LKNNICK
A BIDD Cl'TLER
Attorney for Palm Gardens
1 33-30 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business ninler the flelitlim- name of
THE RANCHER MOTEL, at IT80 -V
E r.'bth Street, North Miami, Fla..
intends to reglaler aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHAR-THEL CORP.
By: HERMAN LAWNER.
Treaaurer
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Char-Thel Corp.
710 71st Kt.
Mliimi Beach. Fla.
1 16-23-30 2/
huM HPIRT
\An.T,vF0R DIVORCC
4"- I-;.-. ^Berkley
IrL are i.
Hill
i c
by i
for
notl-
>i-
j against youi an,
'.; to* ;ne,J
i"'iii'i.'iiiii,
i
.... Bill
'" I'liiintlffs AC
' \RB, i B.W, Itnd
1 ie ...Iglnnl
.'fi, e of
ill Court on or
, II.!..
*ill be i lament bj .'.-

fxi: AM
*

'
for the
of Coin.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FASHIONS -OF MIAMI, at 133* N.W.
2nd Avenue. Miami, Intenda to regis-
ter aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MIAMI FASHIONS. INC.
BERICK, SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneya for Applicant
120 l.ioeoln Koad
I'16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 156106
PHILIP DEMBNER, Plaintiff
vs.
ROSE DEMBNER. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Rose DEMBNER, 16:... Cnlon
Street. Bntoklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you. and you are roquli -
ed to serve a copy of your Anawer or
Pli udlng to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. STEPHEN F
KHSSLF.R, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21st day of February, 19.',3.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of January, J^U.
1953.
E 1! I.EATHEHMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade county, Florida
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.
1'33-30 I 1-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
k.-.. NAME LAW
vard and Northeast 62nd '
ami, Florida, intends to
name with the Clerk
OUrl of Dade County
MARTIN HOTEL,-
LEGAL NOTICE
Street, Ml-
reglater said
of the i 'ii ill
Hop-Ida.
INC
By: martin t. fioODM \.\
President
ATTEST
JEANNE OOt >D.MAN
Secretary
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, Baa
Attorney f0r Applicant
1/30 3/6-13-Sv
IM JHB CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ANDV!nV*'r,C,A "Trcu.T "in
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR
U>A IN CHANCERY. N0 l&Sgji
ROGER PASHA, Pla.ntlff ^m
"'Sil-rSSHA' "'"'dant.
_ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OJSELE BASHA, 4* TJSSlur
v^,- '.f.lS- ?"" uu Prince. Haiti
..-. L i>A.ftE. HBREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of CompUInt for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled oauae and you are here-
by required to aerve a copy of ynuV
the Plaintiff's attorneya. and file the
'ih.^ru S P" "U- "' ,h CUrk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of March, UW3, otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confess., will be entered
against you.
This notice shall he published once
f,V'vX'\l'-,'':!'.r '"""O'-iillve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
L>ated at Miami. Florida,'thla tttg
day of January, 1!.:,:;
E B I.EATHEHMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court
,_ By: M. c GREEN
!?:';",' ,, Deputy clerk
pa i.i.i >t. BIL.VER Mi-Liny
Attorneya for i-iaintirr
si-4 iiiKiahanip Building, Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to eng .
business under the fli tftl itai......f
B & A SHOP, al 101 N Krome Av
elm,-, Homestead, Fla Intend! I
latei aald na..... with the Cl
"l"' '"'lvu'1 L'ourl of Dade Co .!,
I-1*.| Ida
i..'I0iSSPH s lil:',UN s";' Ownei
HI TNER and HUTNER
Attorneya for R \- a Khop
1/30 1/3-13-20
NOTICE UNOiR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlutt
the undersigned, desiring t.
l.usii..-ss under Uio flctUloiu name of
I IB-DOR COMPANY, al 2221 S.Vk
37th Avenue. Miami, intends :., reg-
ister said name with the Cl.rk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Plor-
i/3o -I,3l/',:'l,3'.j,;AXTOR- s"le wne''
IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE
OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT 1, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA- No. 14,677
HARMON EDWARD UEBERWITZ,
..... JO. PI .intiff,
l.EWls ALFRED SCOTT, Defendant
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given I u under
and by virtue ol a Win of Exei ution
laaued In the aboi e styled i we by
the Clerk of t!. Circuit Cent. In and
for Dad.- County, Florida, an i Ii n
Uvtng I..,.,, made, l will offer for
sale and sell to the hlgheal and beat
iidd.r for caah, between tin houra of
! 1:00 o'clock in the forenoon and 3:00
oolock iii the afternoon on the 2nd
da) of March, 10S3, at the South (-ront
door .,f the Court House ;n Miami.
Dade County, Florida, the following
described property:
Ixit 18. Block 21 of LIBERTY
CITY, according to the Plat there-
of, recorded in Pint Book 7 ut
Pag. ;: of the Public Recorda of
Dade County, 1 Iorlda.
as the property of the BasM LEWIS
ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy sail Win
of Execution.
Dated this 33rd day of January, 19.13.
at Miami, Dade County, Florida.
THOMAS J KELLY, Sheriff.
Dude County, Florida
By JOHN KBRIEN,
Deputy Sheriff
1/30 f/C-13-20
II t
Miami,
Januai >
n'"KllMAX,
Court,
da
' fTtJCKINQ
Deputj Clerk
as?
ii..npr "mdB v-**
M in ^n-o (8ok! o^,^,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undet signed, desiring t. engage in
buslneas under the fictitious name of
STONE'S LACNDERETTE, at :i"T.l
- H 7th Av.-, Miami. Intend to i.-c-
ald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit cum ,,f Dade County, Flor-
ida,
EDITH 11 STONE
Rl iBRRT W ST' INE
STEPHEN F, KI>-I.ER
Attorni > for Applli ante
l 8 W 33nd Ave.
I ..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iind.i sign.-d, desiring to engage in
bi.sines-. Under the flctuloua name of
MIAMI SHELL Ml.; CO, at 1731
N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intenda to
register said name with the Ckrk of
the Circuit" Court of lHde County,
Florida.
Mil IN K INC
By MILTON FILLER. President
STEI1I1CN F. KESSI.ER
Attorn*)- /or Applicant
4 S W. t3atd Avenue
l/K-23-30 /
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155069
ELBIRN TALP.oT and
NATALIE TAI.BOT, his wife.
Plaintiffs .
MARGARET C. JACQUES,
aka MARGARET C. IUSSELL
and RUSSEL. her husband.
Defendants
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: MARGARET C JACQUES,
aka MARGARET C. RUSSELL
and RUSSEL, her husband
137th Street 37th Avenue
Dade County. Florida
Mailing address: Kt. 3
Poet offi.-e Box 331-D,
Hollywood, Florida
You Margai.-t c Jacquea, aka Mar-
garet C Russell and .. Rusael.
her husband, are hereby notified that
a Kin of Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
ise* haa been filed against you, and
you aie required to aerve a copy of
nan Anawei or Pleading! to the Bill
of Complaint on the I'lainllff-' At-
torney, AMOS benjamin. SOS CMym-
pla Building, Miami. Florida, and file
the original Anawer or Pleading In
the office of tin- ci, ik f the Circuit
Court on oi befori the 33rd day of
February. PCS. If you fail to do ...
judgment by default w-iu be taken
t vou for the relief dl manded
in the BUI of C.....ulalnt.
DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami
i i this 21st da> of January, 1953
E B LKATHER.NIAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade Count) I ...
By WM W 8TOCKINO,
Deputy clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgm d, deairlna to engag< In
i.ii-in. n undi r the flctltlou nam of
BENDIX LAUNDRY, at 330 N W
Eighth Avenue, Miami, Dade Cointy,
Florida.. Intends to register said rame
with the Clerk of the Cil.uit Court of
Dade County, Florida
ANTON MIKOLICH (Sole Owner)
WILLIAM I BRENNER
430 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Fla.
1/11-33-30
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No. 155804
FRANCES LILLIAN DEWEY.
Plaintiff
WILLIAM E DEWEY. ER
R.l-D 4
Altmar, New York, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: WILLIAM E DEWEY, BR
lou are hereby notified that Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
nled against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN I-'
KESSI.ER. 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 16th day of February, l5;l
If you fall to do ao. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Kill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weekl
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th day of January, AD
l!'.-.3.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florlila
iCIrcult Court Seali
By WM. VV. STOCKING
1.16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155902
SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOCK.
i'lainllff.
vs.
MILTON THEODORE BOCK.
1 'cfendant.
TO: MILTON THEODORE HiiL'K:
US ill6.'i0 72, Co. "H-
2RW OTB OUTC
Alerdeen Prov. Or.
Maryland
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Kill of cnivlaint
aor Divorce on the pailntiff's attorney,
and to file th.- original anawer la the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the p;th dav of
February, A D 1M3; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for DtVoree, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
enfeaaed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
llth <\ay of January, la.'-.'t.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the i 'li en I i '< art,
l lade i '..let \. i ., ..:.,
ill i '.-ai t 8< al)
l:> W.M \\ STOCKING.
Deput) I
N ime ami Addreaa of
Itor:
MILTON A R1EDMAN
> Idg.
Miami. Florida
I
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO Wllo.M THESE PREH
ENTS SHAI.l. come. GREETINGS:
This li to certify that, .
Daniel Cravltt, Miami, Fla
\ Keith Pathman, .Miami i: i h. Fla.
Stephen F Kessler, Miami. FI
i.e. 'athman, Miami Bgaeh, l" .
did "ii the 4th day of August, AD.
I'.'.-j oauae to be Incorporated under
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liBwiislbJEIIiDididliiauD Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 27Number 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS E HITS IRON CURTAIN PURGE investigators' Are IcCarran's Aides WASHINGTON (JTA)—Every House member of a new joint Conlonal "watchdog'" Committee created to study operation of the Van-Walter Immigration Act voted to pass the act over Presjt veto, it was disclosed this week. Representative Emanuel 0*1Jie House's leading advocate of liberal immigration legislation. Benied a seat on the body, but Representative Francis E. Walter. pnsor of '.lie act and who I anti-Semiti. remarks on the [of the House, was made a tr. Joint Committee (n lmmibn and Nationality Policy will [strong influence over any at; to carry* out changes which lent Eisenhower has said made in the law. It is Ihere as an indication that the [Administration will take no I action to revise the spirit controversial act. faker Joseph W. Martin, Jr., the following House memthe juuit committee: Repress Louis E. Graham, (Dith Thompson. V Kremlin Steps Up Hate Campaign Copyright, 1953, by Tho Jowish Tolegraphic Agoncy, Inc. The Kremlin last week stepped up its anti-Jewish campaign the Soviet Union and the satellite states. Charges of medical malpractice brought against nine Moscow doctors to Uunch the anti-Jewish campaign in the Sonet Union were backed up this week by new charges against others, particularly singled out at Jews, of medical inefficien cy and quackery. A virtual incitement to violence against the Jews was broadcast by G G Shevel. secretary of the Young Communist League of the Ukraine, who directed its 2.300.000 members to carry out a "merciless" fight against the beastly agencys of American imperialism —"Ukrainian and Jewish bourgeois nationalism and Zionism." Speaking at Kiev, Shavel said bourgeois Jewish nationalists were serving American imperialism. The charges against the nine Moscow doctors, he asserted, proved that "these miserable hirelings" would commit any crime. The American Jewish Committee charged last week that the Soviet authorities in East Germany had applied Nazi Continued on Pas* • A Mapam To Expel Dr. Sneh TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Mapam Party Council, highest policy maki ing body of the left wing Socialist j Party, voted last week to expel Dr. ; Moshe Sneh and other leaders of the extremist faction which has j set itself up as the "Socialist Workers Party." The vote was 222 to 21, with nine abstentions. Sneh's supporters on the council boycotted the meeting. The council also authorizing the party's Steering Committee, its administrative body to expel any member of the party who joins the Sneh group. The motion for expulsion, previously adopted by the Steering Committee, was presented in the council by Jacob Chazan. Dr. Chanan Rubin, speaking for the opponents of expulsion, told the council that although he disagreed with Dr. Sneh's anti-Zionist attitude, he did not agree that expulsion was justified. The members of the Sneh group distributed leaflets explaining their reasons for boycotting the council session and demanding another meeting of that body in six weeks. Meanwhile, Meir Yaari, Hashomer Hatzair leader, attacked Dr. Sneh and his new faction in an article in Al Hamishmar entitled, A Sorrowful Annex.



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.v FFBRUARY 6, 1953 Miami Window Weiss, attorney and member of the School Board, was in +J&ristFk)rkila t >tf PAGE "It A Milton iilci president of the Miami Beach Kiwanis Club early last week X Albert Green, of tipte Brokerage Company, is secretary of i he jfooH Broken As-sociation Sam Mufson will bo on a comIf ,„ the llepublicans' Lincoln Birthday Dinner and Ball iFebruarj 12th. the staff oi the 'University of Miami's Hurricane, offiein! Ljnt ni Ul!l ,K Waurica Labelle, a journalism major from J( editor is Leona Golden Recently (letted to fee of i" s uthwesl Lodge No. 286, £roe and Accepted Masons, are %  vin M. S-ntiler, senior warden; Milton Warthaw, treasurer; Alvin | n3 off, secretary; Emanual Lovenson, senior deacon; and William Rind. a ir(1 • • • lemization oi the coroner's setup at Miami Beach has been I Paaca Justice Konneth Oka. Doubling as coroner under 1 law. Oka listed the appointments of Dr. Irving Alberts, Beach fc physician, ; %  %  his chief medical assistant ... A lead article in the Lcnibi! issui of The National Principal magazine.was written by h. Malvina Liebman, principal of Central Beach Elementary School. Jr article is entitled, Building Better Community Relations Sam|l Farber, <-ninptroller of Mount Sinai Hospital, continues as secretary Insurer of Smith-Florida Hospital Council. Among < Diversity of Miami debatora who will face teams from c other schools in the sixth annual debate tournament are Larry Mrlmutter, Bart Udell and Jerry Kogan Passage of a modem comIrcial arbitration statute, needed because of the international Trade Irtand the state's increasing industries, will be sought in April. The Ituie is IK ing drafted by Professor David Stern, of the University of |anii Law School Baron tie Hirsch Meyer will serve as vice president of the Citizens' jan! of Cie University of Miami American Ladder and Scaffold Impany here recently enlarged its quarters to go straight through lm NW 7th Avenue to NVV 6th Avenue-Max Grant, Miami Branch Inager. has been appointed general sales and advertising manager all branches of American Ladder and Scaffold along the eastern | Ifiamians recently passing the certified accountants' examination kcr, b) !h Forlida Slate Board of Accountancy are Harold E. Simon, Lrtin Samuels, Howard N. Miller, Mrs. Mildred Kaminsky, Marvin liener, Milton Sadoff and Martin Saxe. \oars It, turns Front \<>ar Eastern our: Saga Arabs llvsvnl "Hares" Philip Isaac-, of !)126 Bay Har1 Drive, a winter resident here. fctntly returned from an extenIc trip through the Near East. \n active sponsor of Creator Miis Combined Jewish Appeal, Jachas written extensively on (ravels Casablanca, Marra Jcb and many southern "regions %  French Morocco were all part of 1 tour. Particularly interesting, says Ms, was the Medina, "the native peval quarter of Marrakech its minarets and crenellated Ik and with its large square Bed the Souk, where untold fcibcrs of ragged Arabs mill aim>ly about or gather in large cirto be entertained by snake krmers. Berber dancers, magic1 and medicine men." 'UMIGATION -,.. NYLON TENTS %  WCAYNI uvo.-.a^717 The Jewish section here. Isaacs recalls, "the Mullen, caused me to wonder about the war in the Middle East between the Arabs and the Jews and if it created any serious animosity in Marrakech." Everywhere, he says, Jews replied: "We have lived among the Arabs amicably for many generations, and the Arabs here are not concerned with the far away Middle East. We are very poor, and like the Arabs we have nothing. The French came here, and now they own the best land, eat the best food, have fine homes and are very rich. "There are no poor French, only poor Moroccans. There are no illiterate French, only illiterate Moroccans. That is why the Arabs are against the French." Isaacs reports that everywhere the poor, undernourished Jewish children held out their hands for coins as all children in the Medina when they see I foreigner. "The stronger ones push the little ones aside." The Jews there, he says. are as primitive, backward and irr poverished as the Arab natives. If the French, or anyone else, Isaacs believes, were to accomplish in Israel what the local Jews are achieving, they would find the same resistance from the Arabs. "The bitterness is the resentment of the have-nots toward those who have." Hygiene Society Plans Lincoln Birthday Evening The Miami Natural Hygiene Society, founded for the purpose of raising the level of health of the community, will hold a gala Lincoln Birthday party Bl ', p.m., on February 12th. in the Jewish Cultural Center. Mrs. B. Matera, health consultant! of the Matera Health Clinic, will supervise the banquet w hich will < %  insisl oi a scientific well balanced meal of. all natural, organically grown foods. She will be assisted by Harry; Lcvine. Mr-. I"a\ Davis Miss Del De Davis. MrClWio and Mrs. Clara Nichler. The meeting will be called to or-; der by Dr. Gustavo I,. Dnexel, %  Beach school principal, who will give a five-minute talk on Abra ham Lincoln. Jack Kaplan, former ISO and Red Cross director of Entertainment for the Miami area, will act as master of ceremonies for the program. Miss Florence Shore, Miss Davis and Carl Munziata will be featured vocalists of the evening. Square dancing, under the direc-1 tion of M. Yuroff. will follow. Special guest speaker of the eve-! ning will be Christopher Gian Cursio. ND. DC. of Buffalo, New York, and Miami Beach. He is the National President of the American Hygienic Society. The club is a non-profit health organization and meets every other Friday evening at the Nash William I'enn Hotel. 722 Washington Avenue. The next meeting will be held on February 13th. when Dr. Robert Anderson, of Rhinebeck. New York, will address the club on Be Your Own Doctor. INSURE 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONE 5-2978 / Hebrew School Meeting A Board meeting of the Miami i Hebrew School and Congregation' will be held on Tuesday evening, February 10th. at 8:30 p.m., it has been announced by H. M. 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PAGE 2 B kieen announced y Chairman harles Fruchtlan. Meeting with ,c co-chairmen i-sterday. he exressed c o n f i ence that the Vinter Residents j )ivision would, attain i t s total quota of S290-1 000. At a conference of key work-1 ers attended by co-chairmen Am ^#* sm Shtinmom Trau Goldman fectively in last years campaign and are again active in the Winter Residents Division include David Phillips. Spund, Channing. Rabbi old Seeder, Ed Cowen. David Phil-} David Shapiro, Joseph Duntov. Jos lips. Gus Trau and Lou Goldman.: seph Cherner. Louis Goldman. Rabthe group heard Seeder state that k, .. .. „ the Division has reached 83 per bl Inma ^nnan. Abe Bolosko. Max Sheinman. Gus Trau and Coleman Oien has reached 83 cent of the total of last year's gifts "Many newcomers to our community have expressed a desire to participate with us in our communal activities.'" said Seeder. "An ever increasing flow of new residents to our Greater Miami area makes it necessary' for the Winter Residents Division to enHotel Division leaders receive pledge caxds for coverage in their concentrated d of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Joe Rose (right), veteran campaigner, accepts^ *' ment as key workers look on. Sam Lachman (seated center) is Hotel chairm man. Joe Gardner and Jack Muravchick serve as co-chairmen. Seated are Rahd! Joseph Dallet. Sam Lachman, Douglas Raff and Paul Grossinger. Standinq (left I Sam Kaplan, Harry Koretzky, Kurman, Gardner. Muravchick, Jack Fishman Ber'amS Robert Nathan Urges UJA's Women's Division To Support Appeal Drive NEW YORK W UTSC spirt: ert : %  Nathan, noted omist, urgi I Anwr week to renei the I adequt r the rescu ., %  %  ger. N than session ol a tw i •:,,•. i nference of the Appeals National Women's Division, said that "too often in roll additional workers. These volJJ2 1" ^ and ,„„ late has unteers mil invit* ih-n, i ..... pro \ ed fdr moro c,,s,l > than 'too Seder Phillips much, too soon In calling for fresh support of the rned attack against Jews as m Communist-dominated countries especially shocking" but that whether anti-Semitism • ind become more in%  knuwn factor." do know." he said, "that •' %  is placed on human %  •: Soviet world" and thai ilavement and even extermina£ of groups is not without precedent.' Every effort must be made," he stressed, "to prevent a repetition of what happened under the Nazis." Mrs Albert Pilavin. of Providence. Rhode Island, new!) named chairman of the UJA Women's Di r**~ • m. *? I unteers will invite them to par ticipate in the Combined Jewish AP PCal '' ,h -' UJA and in openingiVhc An' im rma 01 ,nc "" Women's DiA campaign veteran in the Winpeal's 1953 drive among women in £? wl ? ret f urned Jt prior to ter Residents Division. Seeder is more than 200 communiii s P en '"S of the Conference a sparking the drive in his unit, j throughout the 48 States v ath n onR Wl,h five 'her officers of the New workers in the Division in-' added that a vigorous response to f womc n s "mpaign following dude Juies P. Channing. Miami the United Jewish Appeal at ,hs 3 f UrWCek law J T Sound and h S / a,her m CrUC al n,oment "*" ">e one wav law, J. S. Spund. active for many which every person can demon years ,n philanthropic and comstrate his determined effort to ore ar ready and anxious to welcome welfare work. Other new vent the Communists from usmg Jews as scapegoats in their desperate and failing drive to conquer all mankind." survey mission to Is| rael. Europe and North Africa rein ported that "the people of Israel workers are J. J. Lynn. George Sogy and hotel man Nat Hankoff Hankoff. Key workers who functioned efBroehure Reveals Extent Ol Aid To 10.000 Oarie 1 mm Hans llu Appval 40.000 men. women and in Dade County were Greater Miami Jewish agencies in 1952. acNearlj children served by Federation cording to a brochure recently published by Federation Publicity Department Entitled. Your Federation Agencies In Action, the booklet describes in detail the number of persons serviced by the six Greater Miami beneficiary agencies of the Combined Jewish Appeal. % As of the publication date Mount Sinai Hospital and old. were involved in pro grams developed through the Bureau of Jewish Education, the brochure revealed. While more than 3.500 boys and girls were officially registered in Greater Miami Hebrew schools, according to available records. Through its thrift shops and I Americanization program, the National Council of Jewish Women I assisted New Americans in a comprehensive rehabilitation program. The Miami resident, through his -and its clinic Tnn g ?M. the Combi !" d Jewish extended care to 8.052 persons •?• ,hus serves 4000C People and assisted 7.000 with emergency '" Grea,er M,ami a "' nceds Israel and every one of the 2.500,000 Jews now living behind the Iron Curtain." Mrs. Pilavin told the Conference He termed the "undisguised and ^ l^ h lp from thc L:ni,ed Jewish Appeal. Israel can be put in a position not only to receive great masses of Jews from Eastern Europe but to make possible their earliest settlement and absorption into the economy." The opening of the Appeal's drive among American women pre Cedes the formal opening of the I'JA's 1953 campaign among all' sections of the American public which will take place Sunday, Feb ruary 15th. at a National InaugRuth Chatterton (center) and Mrs. Jacob Kesselmanl were guests of honor at the Combined Jewish Appeal I Division Tea held at the home of Mrs. Dan B. Rt__ Gifts pledged at the initial women's function excseM* years' total by more than S25.000. Mrs. Jack Ablin wot man. k & days. Sixty-two rr dent., received institutional can at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Of these two persons were in the age group between 9o and 94, six were in the 85 to 89 age group and 17 were in the 70 to 79 age group. I than 8.000 youth and adults were served through the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers' leisure-time program. Their summer camps, nursery schools and Golden Age Clubs received commendation from community welfare authorities in 1952. Jewish Social Service Bureau through its counseling, guidance and social service, aided 620 families affecting 1.500 individuals in the last year. They gave direct aid to many New Americans, assisting with housing, jobs and integration in the community Ovei 3.700 persons, both young pamphlet points ov— ii,, i iiidijtrural Conference in Miami Beach. Judge Silver Speaks Judge Sam I. Silver, of the West Miami Municipal Court, addressed members of the Klagler-Granada • • %  wish Community Center, on Ihursday. Subject of Judge Silver's address was: How The Combined .Jewish Appeal Serves Jewrv Around The World %  KA Sidney Lefcourt (second from right) prepares to Pledge to the Combined Jewish Appeal a Trades Sam Heiman (right) assists. The planninq session of' ami Accountants Unit took place at the home of Unit %  man Joe Post (second from left). Shown at lefl is David! who will serve with the unit. lesdames Samuel Schu] raional gift f unc u c "^ 7 rker session to pose for a ading deft to right) the M Xt* Fri *man. i IL ^f y ^ruary 24th. Shown -'eat • ***ard Spertor JKrf fl Mesdames Sam D. Goodman M ^ *f Ku PP' ko Levin, Meyer Ea d Lou Lvtton aUl ^"wnger. Lauren*, £T !" '.J£Y Ba.kir.d. Lew SWbin. M. T. Wc Melrin WeinJtle. U Sidney Feller and Lou Lytton. Grossinger. Laawn^ iZ^JfiS* ^^d.'u^Smb^ M. 'l Wa VV,Ultna Sacker. J. R. Schwortx. PeretJ



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MM PAGE 1 .0 iiR.n HUfcjAT. "PEBRUXlfrY Ike Hits Iron Curtain Country Hatreds Continued from Page 1 A nation of these assaults upon the Jewish community." Throughout the entire Western World an aroused and an Jewish community sought means of bringing aid to the menaced Jews within the Soviet Empire. The Jewish Agency Executivemeeting in Jerusalem, recehed authorization last week to convene a meeting of the Zionist A< Committee, supreme agency of the Z.i nist movement between congresses, to map out a policy I" bd the Moscow drive on the Jews, 2ionism and th State of Israel. The Executive will fix the time and place of the meeting which is to be held next month. Berl Lock ir, Jerusalem chairman of .he Executive, left immediately for Paris to meet Dr. Nahum Goldmann, American chairman, to arrange details of the session. Both were to proceed to New York to consult the leaders of the major American Jewish organizations on a united reaction to the Soviet campaign. The Jewish Agency Executive also took under consideration proposals to exclude from Zionist institutions those Jews who still seek to justify the attacks by Moscow and Prague against Zionism. In Israel, popular feeling against the Communists continued to run high. The Russian* bookshop in Jerusalem was set afire for the second time within two weeks and >jffered heavy damage. %  • fl • %  ft m I %  ^.v fc w, ry Simons will lead the Dedication Program ior Ihe ;.ew addition to Mount 3 ; nai —emetery or. Sunday, February 22nd. The new tract is located on NW 137th Street cii 7th Avenue. Mount Sinai is owned and operated by Greater Miami Cemetery Association which includes as members Beth David, Beth Jacob and Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and Chesed Shel Emeth. Louis Schleiier. civic woiker and philanthropist, will participate in the Melavah Malkah given in henor of Rabbi Samarius Gourary, Dean of I the Unite dLubavitcher YeshI ivcth, tomorrow evening, Feb. ruary 7th. at the Hotel Vic' tor. Mr. Schleifer celebrates his 60th birthday shortly. Meat, Food Union Marks Anniversary The Meat Cutters, Packing 1 House Workers. Food Handlers, Local Union No. 657. Kosher Butch; 1 ers Division, is celebrating its 35th Anniversary on Sundav. February '8th. at the Strath Haven Hotel, with a banquet, entertainment and dance. Reception will be held at 7 p.m.. | in the Rainbow Room. Dinner will be at 9. Invited guests will be Earl W. j Jimerson, president; Patrick E., Gorman, secretary-treasurer; Jos\ eph Belsky. vice president; Roy Scheurich, vice president; and Emmet Kelly, vice president, officers: of the international union from j Chicago. Other guests are Rabbi Rackovsky and Rabbi Mescheloff. the former Senator Honorable Claude Pepper, Honorable Henry Miland er, Mayor of the City of Hialeah, Honorable Lee Powell. Mayor of the City oi Miami Beach, Benjamin Segal, president of Local Union No 657, and Norman R Ly-, ...',-. attorney for the local union. Also in attendance will be the Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Association, the Miami Beach Kosher Butchers Guild and Dade County Poultrymen's As The committee consists of e Pfaffendorf, chairman. rend Jacob KatZ, Reverend M. Shapiro. Mitchel Ei lenberg, Rubin, Leon Binhorn, Hal i ohc and Bernard K plat Lyons : amaster of ceremon i Moseoic Stepn M'p Half Campaign Continued frorr Page 1 A racial laws. It I : ll;,! %  MH SUti a had put M2 Jewish families and 1.098 families oi MUX % %  oi those .-,;,,] as nun Aryans and of mixed parentage 1 n ;. the completion of the black -• • i nsus." the AJC information declared 114 men. 134 women and So" children under th< : 18, were imprisoned. These • %  ..,.1 between De, ; %  3rd and January 3rd. on orders of the Minister of Si ti Security and were Imprisoned in concentration camps at Sailborn near Badberka. Weimar district; at Kunersdorf near Furstenwalde. Frankfort on-Oder district; and at Silem on Island Rugen. Dispatches quoted Jewish refureaching the haven of West Berlin as reporting that Jewish rs and physicians had been banned from practice in the Soviet zone. The refugees reported that more and more Jews are being called for police interrogations and asked such questions as whether they had ever received food parcels from the Joint Distribution Committee. Thrift, Workshop Call For Articles The Thrift and Workshop, spon.,.,-, d by the National Council of Jewish Women, this week announced a call for furniture, appliance: and men's, women's and children's cloth ll Acting as headquarters for new Americans here, the Thrift and Workshop are operated by former displaced persons now acquiring skills, orientation in English language and American customs and instruction on methods of Integrating their lives into Ihe local community. Articles collected are re-worked and placed on sale by the personnel of the Thrift and Workshop. They can be picked up by Calling 9-3063. Boy 4 milors Chant Tonight Boy Cantors Shimclelnd IJ duct the r 'ervicei at t %  "cRation \ 'acob FritT evening, F „ u; ""y Vih. Horn m u alem, the | Iren have h*, '''•claimed ; ,, l, l prodifi doy Cantors •y many ag rititt. Sbj i 'ft mele. age 13. and Uzera], gJ have chanted in some of the Urn] Congregations in New York q have appeared at numerous c certs despite their youth. Shir Ha-Shirim Concert Is Set For Thursday At Miami Beach Auditorium IN THE MAIL Editor. The Jewish Floridian: I write in regard to the unveiling of a monument to the memory of my friend, the late Sam Saal, who passed away on February 27. 1952. Co owner of the Sunny Brook Creamery. Inc.. here, Mr. Saal began listening to my Jewish Forum broadcasts at their inception some five years ago. A slight reference to my birth place over the air one afternoon brought forth the fact that Mr. Saal and I were childhood playmates 45 years ago in Poland. May I take this occasion to pay my respects to the Saal family and to a long lost friend not found soon enough. Simon Seiden Ben Yomen. will conduct ihe Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus in a Slur Ha-Shirim Concert on Thursday evening. February 12th. S'M> p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The concert is being given as part of the Festival of Jewish Music Month currently being celebrated throughout the United States. r-inioJacob Barkin. of Adas Israel Congregation, Washington. UA .. will ix' tenor soloist. Also g featured are Marilyn Pearce, sog prano, Margaret Yomen. pianist, jj and Edward C. May, organist. The Folk Chorus will present a repeat performance of Rozinkes Mil Mandlcn. with music by Abraham doldfadden. as well as excerpts from his most famous operettas and arranged chorus by Maurice Rauch, with text by Nathaniel Buckwald. Featured new number will be the first major performance of My Ben Yomen Marqartt V$m Glorious Brothers, a narrative mf tata from the novel by Honj Fast, with music b> Sonny Vale Principal narrator will be Mauri Carroll. Esther Feldman, president of thfl group, said that seats are sti available for the Thursday en ing affair. S*ha*lit k r Adds To Program Jacob Schachter will add an ad-1 The program features the Jnnsft ditional hour to his Sunday pro-1 Philosopher, C. Israel Jutsey.BaV gram. I bi S. Rubin and Norman R Lyo*, The new schedule calls for Sun, Jewish news commentator, and 1 day. 12 noon to 2 p.m., over sta I cal attorney, Max Rosenblatt. I tion \\ MBM or. will also appear Sunday Difftw Seresch Hadassah \ movie. Journej Across The and a pro ram on Tu B'Shvat will l>o presented at the ilar meeting of the Hanna :h Groun of Hada -ah on Monday, Februarj Bth, 1:15 p m at the Sea Gull Hotel, Mr Vbraham Greenberg ipr< sident. CHICKEN SOUPS ^CoS Wlt* I flavorful, satisfying, V tvQ G MSBI \ golden thicken soups „. m With Matzoh Balls Mreplach %  Noodles /tvTHAAtlO^^ *T THE B A K E R S "0 f "QVE'N (R ISP"'' 1 UH U L TED 1 MATZCJ H S Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 %/Creamy Smoothness all its own! ^Far Richer Flavor! 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TTWWW PAGE 2 A vJewisii notjd'& rl FRIDAY, Banks Lend Israel 516,150,000 NEW YORK— A syndicate banks headed by the Bank Nathan Chanin To Be Feted At Banquet By Workmen's Circle Sunday Evening of "" Nathan Chanin. general secreAmerica of San Francisco and in, ,,, |hr workmen's Circle now cudi^ntoe other banks throughvac Uontag on Miami Beach, will O $16130.000 to the Sate ol 1,„„„ b h( H(:;; h H; |U h N „ "el. it was announced here !> m on Sundav Februarj 8th „ Dr. MartinRosenbluth,representa,„ t!u I ; i .,., 1 ,„ .,, Washing tive for the Western Hemisphere j ,, of Israel's Ministry of Finance oi chanin who was elected to the the state of Israel highe: I office i lal or lion las) Fall which com prises over 70.000 members, arrived in Amei er a spectacular escape from Siberian political prison in 1912. Chanin. with a minority group, then organized the Verband whose general sccretarj he was for IS years. He also ~tarted its semimonthly periodical. Der Wecker. in which his column. Letter To A Friend, appears regularly and di cusses topic of political, social l and Jewish national problems In 1937. Chanin became cduca Dr. Swirsky In Talk On Jerusalem Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky will adClress the Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday, February nth. 12:15 p.m.. at the RitZ-PIaia Ho tel. His topic will be: Jerusalem — Old And New. Cnnor n S W irSky o SP u ri L", al ^^ f i th ,' .h.h n L1, !" Pre8ents tional director of the Workmen', broken rhnin Cn f B.K ?n "£ "?' \ Citel in wWch P<*< ** ** !" 4 tin married fo n ^ %  ^ '* ,j| hi > Promotion to general secre"ZZ JLLt v "T""': **y Beside greatly increasing the Frank %  X h of ''p KV C ^ Ch nu, bt r f "h>ls, Chanin started I rank, is the Chtef Rabb. of Jeru, nc publicaUon nf tu „ mtguinea T I for the Educational Department. < It 1 'V %  |,l i,kor was nrdained One deals with general problems n ,. lv for he Rabbinate a, the Hebrew of education. The Other is a -uvenI> "', .. .ufwritlrn children' Theological (ollege in Chicago and ile periodical He also developed : i u children s subsequently served there as Proa department for the p b c k m h 'j Sf" 11 U al Lecturer in Practical of text SoE P uW,caU n biography and a hook on Sovte. hnr f ni C ho r Swirsk> '~ ;I mem 0utsid > Workmen's Cir'"' reraors ol de, Chanin's activities include thei u nix* organizing of the publishing house HUmCM RClCJTIORS Cyco, of the Congress oi Jewish &w J %  • t_ culture and of the Jewish Labor jTUdV DV JeWISH Committee, where he still has a itf i *+ • %  Women s Council United Jewish Appeal. Chanin went to Israel, later publishing a series of articles in the Jewish Lincoln University and is a member of the Speaker.-' Bureau of the lion of America Also featured <>n the Luncheon pri -ram will be Charles H. Lee, who will rendi i esl ol the week's new. ol Israeli and Jewish Content. DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. p h 9 3Rn7 "O Char,, 0 Employer S eading role He is active in the Joint Distribution Committee, In I The Human Relations Studj whose behalf he went to Latin and Discussion Group of the Miami America during World War II. lat Beach Division, National Council or publishing a book describing of Jewish Women, will hold its the conditions of Jewm those final meeting of the current series countries. After the end of hostilities, he was sent by the Jewish Labor Com mittee on a mission to war-devastated Europe, where he organized homes and sanatoria for orphaned children in Belgium and France. Last year, on invitation of the The Family of the Late ISAAC JOFFE wishes o express deep appreciation to their many friend, for the kind exoressions of symoathy extended in their recent bereavement on February 11th. at 1 p.m. Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, pro fessional clinical psychologist, will address the group on: Psychological Problems In The Adult. He is chief psychologist of the Citj of Miami Beach and was formerly Professor of Psychology and Consulting Psychologist at the University of Miami. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harrv Dinnerslein 6401 North Bay Road. SHIR HA-SHIRIM Song Oi Songs Concert THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12th. 8:30 P.M. of MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 17th STREET & WASHINGTON AVENUE flATURINO M 9 Gioriom Brother* A NARRATIVE CANTATA FROM NOVEL BY HOWARD FAST Music by Sunny Vale AISO BY POPULAR REQUEST A REPEAT PERFORMANCE OF Boxinkea MU Htutdlen EXCERPTS FROM G01DFABEN S FAMOUS OPERETTAS Arranged by Maurice Rauch P£SENT£D BY Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus BEN Y0MEN, Conductor Mar 9 .re, Y.*e„, rW| Edward C. May, ., H mm0B d 0r-n NARRATOR MAURICE CARROU Ticket, .t Miami Beach Auditorium 4.00-3.00-2.M.17S1.25Tax., ,„ clod d S. J. IriM'dmnn & >1. 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FRIDAY, To Reexomine Loan Fund Here Sl '.ne. president of the Baroa d* Hirsch Loan Fund, an %  oond thiweek that the Fund 1$ piiif to reexamine its moth Foe the %  'he Baron M Fund has been 1S4 saaail loan* without inter for ba ui e ti.' purposes to peo : area who --• • .Mam I" ans thr ugh commercial channels but e been able to obtain corepajnacal or [act rj collatCoffee Shop ". T~X. ------Mrs. Matilda Rotnac pram* the CfcariM A Kabm Moan. biafa Award lo Rchb: Yrx 5h=p_-: ;z-er.z.: ;: fee Beta u School for firs: placa ..-. \-.e Anna] EsterSchool Maccabiafa Festival Nochem Bomse Is Miami Visitor "' poet -.-%  %  a lecture I light %  -' Jew%  •-n'gress %  in %  : %  -. ever During 1 %  • %  Bather Adam** LMcfl \i It Si WJ 4-: years old. r the late • ti :-,-.-. %  %  %  •Funeral sen Jn al took Jack% %  -.-. BaM Sanders To:.-.: f the Jacki ':'.c:ating a brother. Joseph Schrebmck. We-Palm Miss Five Schrebahfornia. and % % %  •" '•'" H E Berns. ral Gable* IsrarlUv fentrr Plann Uinnor uuec %  '"' '• ter will hold a ~ .ebru ar> 8th f -• %  Lr rmaii %  air Bar as. rg. lloi r, :,i Hn Jan ge Kessler Mrs. Pi be Ben Essen. Miami atn • *kj Kau'f. S Openheimer ar %  %  Snrr. Musk wilj be by Mrtee 1 %  been ..jtion. emmg the tt ices "f the Jt-i .-. ice Bureau :.-. the past year Stone said. : "there bam .-..; %  been six loans ^ the borith a physical handicap who could become selfj support:.-.* through self-employ Ather *ia -mall merchant who has not yet established lat he r r %  declared. • -unity effort t •:• an mdei' Be. these loans a of great IM to the ~ •" r. has beer. %  nether r not if] cient num. ber of app.. inti I .-• %  nee of an independent sen-ice n h as the Fund." The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund | has in the past received funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, but no additional grants ha\e been sought in recent years because of the limited use made of them Consequently, at the pre-ent time the funds available for loans are limited. Colonel Stone concluded, that a i "greater awareness of the Fund. and the interest in this sen-ice and the need expressed for it will help our future planning." Applications for loans are made at the offices of the Jewish Social Sen-ice Bureau. I i I i I > %  n. m liMOVST BROS R> r Is thl Bt \l D hnfcafai Ph. SC78I1 HUE ROOM Mmociiiiinn^ %  "" *i SUomQou Good Fooc 1225 Washington Miami Beacr Triton Hotel Dining Ru, 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEAQl] Phon* for Reserrations 5-8651 • 5-4JBJ Air Conditioned — £ru.-in and Lena* f n I the affair are for w and Sunday Schools of '•'• % %  Isr • lite Center 170 N.W. 5th ST. Lou and Pearl Ritz Plaza Dining Room 17th Strttt ond fn. Ocean FULL COURSE DINNERS from $1.95 *ITH WINE Famous for our Traditional Friday Night Dinners for 8esnrot;oin Phn 5-6j 81 • WE CATER TO BANQUETS ANO WEDDINGS Sonntag TOJ Restauram "17 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5 -3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 f.. H* t ^efote .rice, HARRY (Pappy) FEINBERG ST. MORITZ HOTEL 1M5 COLLINS AVENUE *tttnuli*,t Stffttttd ROSEDALE •KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR C ONDITI0I • FREE PARKING D. Rosner — Management HOTEL GOOD ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Dinner Serred 6 • 8 PM. For Reserratiow Phone 58-1451 Air Conditioned E S T A U R AN' TH V"w 0$H i^ DELICATESSEI Beautifully Redecorated and Enlarged The Smart New Spot on Washington AT* Delicious TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS 230 fnjoyakl* • Coy rw Dinners Dcliciovs Net So^wicb.1 L WWACH I SONS, INC j American %  tpr.o.nloff,., Ditribut


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JAY. rgggAj gJ 5 1 953 h Jm!stihrMi^rL iss Sv today i Cowen Weds Donald Lubin On ; Bndc Chooses Pink Satin Gown Miss Sybil E. Cowen was wed on Sunday to Donald R. Lubin at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr M. L. Cowen, 900 West 4*7th Street Her father gave her in marriage. Newlywed Mrs. Lubin was attired in a blush pink lace over satin strapless dress made ballerina-length. Her long-sleeved bo lero of lace had satin-covered but tons and a stand-up collar. A lace cap held her two-tiered, shoulderlength veil. She carried a bouquet of pink camellias and stephanotis Mrs. Myron J. Cowen, the bride's sister-in-law, was her only atten dant. She wore taupe silk shantung with bead trim around her scoop neckline. Her headpiece was a pale pink horsehair bow and pink veil. Morton J. Galowitz was best man The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Beatrice Lubin, 4480 SW 62nd Court, Miami. PAGE 7 A h\ri. Donald lubin ersonally Speaking |r. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak. \\V 2nrl Terrace, marked • 25th wedding anniversary at |inr.er party on January 24th. |r. and Mrs. J. Handshear, of itcn. Missouri, are house guests (Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone, |XW 43rd Place, Miami. h Esther Boxer, of Winnepeg, \iiii. is visiting her sister-inand brother-in-law, Mr. and k David S Dernier, of Prairie fcnue. Miami Beach. : ft pr. and Mrs, Louis L. Mann, of .ca.u. Illinois, have arrived at Allison Hotel, Miami Beach, a month's vacation. fc Prairie Avenue, announce the of their son, Keith Randall, Paint Francis Hospital on Janj> 21st. The infant joins his er. Sharon Leslie, age 2'/ 2 ndparents are Mr. and Mrs. % id Rosner. of Miami Beach, and ] and Mrs I A Wolfe, of Phila(>hia. Pennsylvania. it %  ': ft R Morris Glmpel and daughI Freda, are spending their winhaeation at the San Juan Hotel. V Oimpel is the sister of Mrs. pn Balsam, of Miami. f cw addition have been anfcucd to the families of profesP a staff members Emanuel p and Hairy Shamis of the ater Miami Jewish Community per. The Tropps announce the pi of a girl, Jessica Rose. The F"' have a girl too, Laurie "Me. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Newman, of 500 West 49th Street, Miami Beach, are entertaining their children. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Adamson and son. Douglas, of North Malverne, Long Island, New York. They will remain here for a month ft ft ft Eliza Shidlowsky. of Kineret, Israel, was here for 10 days at the South Seas Hotel. She is in Amer ica as representative from the Pioneer Women's Organization in Jewish state. Mrs. Shidlowsky returned to New York City on Monday and will embark shortly for her return to Israel. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Joe Licbman, of 824 Jefferson Avenue, announce the birth of their son, Moishe. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Aaron Liebman, currently visiting in Camden, New Jersey, ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Rogers, of 4300 SW 13th Terrace, are entertaining their son and daughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Rogers, of Springfield. Massachusetts, who will be off to Havana, Cuba, for a weekend today, ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richman and daughter, Ruthie, of Winnepeg, Canada, are guests at the Star Light Apartments. They are cousins of Mrs. Nan Bernstein, of Post Avenue, Miami Beach. Cupid Capers Dance Young women of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a Cupid Capers Dance on Sunday, February 8th, 8:30 p.m., on the patio of the Elks house, 720 West Avenue, Miami Beach. &ttlctlif J VelaUots 7 HELEN ALPERT pis, Xemser Wed In Candlelight Ipnony; Couple Honeymoons In Mexico 'r and Mrs. Harry Meyers, of 105 North Shore Drive, announce DrT'? 8 \i" f heir dau hter Myrna, to Arthur Mayer Nemser. son and Mrs, Abraham Nemser, 4129 North Meridian Avenue. hhiT„ %  lfjht ccren >ony took place in the Casablanca Hotel, with I Th h S Lehrman officiating. Iklin! ,' dc nrc blush P' nk chantilly lace over satin, with illusion *ne trimmed in clipped lace embroidered with iridescent Pieties. N P'nk silk illusion fashion| ner ve.l aUached to matching c ehe. She carried lillies of v ley and orehids. P Phillis Bo-man was maid n r m aqua tulle over rose .Best man was Marvin S. Itaa Barr> Mcyors broth er of br "ie, ushered. JJ ""Pie met in the Lear ei ht J*m ago. Newlywed r^mser m rccejve hef fj J* 'He University of MiRTJ r* de .8 r the Mb. i f Mlan Uter this h ^L o, %  I h0me at "**• • %  February 15th. Mrs* Arfftvf formir h„l.? f rV m n B n T Ck b ck ft r • *>* ** utcTh. ..? K 0Wn u L .* b, : 0 r' Pa Fl u "' hi •" -PPli-nc. distribSi-I %  '• I hou h r ,ch farmland, and horse,. On hi. land he boilt tiqu.s e0,,, • And in be,WMn h •muUt,d ansi !" *m2S£ h0m •; l .T' l **• %  %  %  %  %  o'tch.r r.r. in that MM. Bnidtit on the buffet is an .qu.lly rare hunter's bottle. And bck home the barn's full of old carriers and Americana. u T h P n | y |vani D "tch country it rich with pickings for a withVr* n Ck ick d ~ f r 3 yMrf r mor N !" '"*•< w.th the true collector's mania for showing and sharin his possessions, he plans a permanent antique exhibit housed in its own building. Latest report is that it's to be on upper Biscayne Boulevard. This may be of small news to some. But local antioue enthusiast! already say their corpuscles are jangling like castanets — to get look. ON TOUR: Once again. Milt Malakoff headed a great evening for the Bonds lor Israel march. And unexpected was the rather beautiful speech made by Mr. Menuhin to what he called the "music lovers" in the audience. Two of the numerous out-of-towners were Isadore and Molly Rubinstein. He's the outstanding manufacturer of dental equipment from New York ... From Paterson, N.J., were Mr. and Mrs. Abe HurewiU who now reside in Coral Gables. There. Hurewftz made the famed Ajax batteries for the armed services. Here, he's a builder And that gorgeous creature in a full-length mink was Mrs. Helen de Frece, mother of the bride Peggy Kaplan Cassel. Mrs. de Frece tossed aside a glamor career as top showgirl in the •Follies" to headline in New York's Cerebral Palsy achievements. She's godmother to an entire floor created under her auspices Present, too, were your favorite radio directors from every Yiddish show — WMBM's Jacob Schachter, WINZ' Morris Nasatir, WMIE's Simond Seiden, each surrounded by squads of listeners A phone call from Mrs. Morris (Ann) Alpert reminds eveo'one of the February 10th book review at Temple Beth Sholoms banquet hall, proceeds earmarked for Hadassah's youth work. She's coordinating chairman of 10 Hadassah groups. Incidentally, Mrs. Alpert lives in an interesting triplex, having sold their former Lenox Avenue home to Joe Rose. The Roses now occupy their Royal Palm penthouse — proving again what Sylvia Porter was saying the other day — that we're the movingest people the world has ever known! Mrs. Jennie Grossinger bought the Pinetree Drive home formerly owned by David Phillips; Phillips built that extremely good-looking residence on Alton Road; the Morty Gottliebs bought Polly Lux's place on Lakeview Drive Nobody stays put, is the complaint And the obvious retort is: why should we? VISITOR'S LIST this week includes Stan Rosenblum, on leave from Camp Pickett until Februao 9th when he flies to San Antonio where the Army's dental school awaits him. Stan's a bit thinner following pneumonia, and a slight case of court martial when he corrected a lieutenant's medical instructions. By the time Stan finished stating his position, officials were left wondering why not court martial the looie? ... FOUNDATION FOR CIVIC EDUCATION: Enrolling genuine liberals, the Greater Miami "Foundation" — as hundreds of supporters call it — has been meeting regularly in its offices at 550 Bricked. Building giant plans for molding public action on a constructive scale, leaders r% outlining a stimulating Town Hall Series. Unsolicited monies have been arriving from all directions, and not too far in the future, the Foundation will be a powerful movement concentrated in its own clubhouse. Thoughtful steering committee shaping policies for greater civic education includes Dr. Thomas J. Wood, Morris Drapkin, the Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, Max H. Friedson as executive secretary. Dr. Frederick B. Routh, Arthur Roth and Sam Macy. Prime spotlight now is to secure pooled strengths from all related civic and human relations groups. Hugo aim for everybody's benefit is to unite all these fine but "isolated" people into one vast swoop — especially since all are seeking the sam goal. And what's that? Human betterment! The League of Women Voters (Miami Beach) extracted interesting facts from its panel last Friday at the Sea Gull. Conclusive was this conclusion: that Miami Beach is a business of 8 and a half million dollars a year run by 1,000 employes, owning not even one utility servicing it, constantly paying out for gas, water, electricity, transportation, even garbage disposal (three bucks a ton, to Miami) Everybody enjoyed Mrs. Moses Krieger, a really great kid, as she publicly thanked City Engineer Morris Lipp for sending a truckload of gravel to help her walk out of her house on a flooded day — 20 years ago! All I can say, Doll, is please lemmo do you a fovor so you can thank me.. 20 years hence Not long ago a skeptic was overheard asking, "Do you think those gadgets, the telephone and teevee, really have a future?" Brilliant 6-year-old piano student Deborah Karg had already figured the ans wer. Ill with a cold, but yearning not to miss her piano lesson with Margaret Ben Yomen, Deborah had her mother (Beatrice Karg, herself a concert pianist) put the phone on the piano — with Margaret intently hanging on the other end of the line The Ben Yomcns. as you know, are fully ready for their Yiddish concert Februao' 12th in the Beach Auditorium. JUST A QUICK NOTE: There are a lot of folk who're rightfully proud of "theatre experience". I can accept being twitted on what I don't know (which is plenty). Being occasionally a very polite cluck, I merely blinked a startled eye, however, at a lady-twitter last week. I hate to pull this out, but here it is. for 7 years I ran radio shows on top stations — WFBR. Baltimore; WGR. Buffalo: WABY, Albany. They included story dramatizations. This can be checked. For my grand children, I have a Treasury citation for war-shows that barnstormed New York State, were listed in the special OWL One was the earliest full teevee show (direct from Schenectady's GE station). Casts were large, all-female I wrote them. We toured factories, clubs, Negro organizations, war plants, temples and churches. Commissioned to project "popular" knowledge on cancer, "Acts on Cancer Facts" followed. This took the form of human puppets working above a screen. Don't twit me. I've sweated it out — in the "theatre" — just like you. Goldwebers Tour South Carolina Miss Mildred Cantor was wed to Morton I. Goldweber on Sunday at the home of the bridegroom's cousin, Mrs. Evelyn Davis, 1028 SW 22nd Street. Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. M. B. Cantor, 5840 SW 9th Street. Her uncle, Matthew M. Slepin, gave her in marriage. Miss Ju•^ •:•/ *_.. Mrs. Morten GafoVeber dith Cantor, her sister, was maid of honor. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldweber, 1256 San Miguel Avenue. Coral Gables. His father served as best man. Newlywed Mrs. Cantor was attired in a strapless gown of nylon net and lace topped by a lace jacket. Her veil fell fingertiplength, and she carried a Bible with a white orchid. The couple are honeymooning in South Carolina. Harris, Shorstein Engagement Told Miss Sylvia Irene Harris has chosen June 14th, as the date for her marriage to Jack Franklin Shorstein. of Jacksonville. A former Miami girl and now a student at Washington University Miss Sylviu Harris in St. Louis. Missouri, the brideelect is the daughter of Sam E. Harris, Bayonne, New Jersey. She previously attended the University of Florida, where she joined Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mr. Shorstein is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Shorstein, Jacksonville. He majored in business administration at the University of Florida, where he received his degree. Mr. Shorstein is now a law student at Gainesville. He is a member of Florida Blue Key, honorary leadership Fjaternity, and Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. Michaels, Bergad Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, of 927 4th Street. Miami Beach, announce the wedding of their daughter, Mrs. Gertrude B. Michaels, to Hyman Bergad, of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, and 7412 Byron Avenue. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officated at the ceremony held in the Tides Hotel last Saturday. Members of the immediate family attended.



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%  %  PAGE 6A Mggat flr>ridiari Shaloma Group In Dramatic Skit Mrs. Jack Bernard, president of the Shaloma Group of Hadassah. announces a dramatic presentation. Life With Hadassah. to be held on Monday. February 9th. 8:15 p.m.. at the Hibiscus Lodge. Mrs. Bernard Goldberg directed the play, and Mrs. Samuel Lepow will act as chairman of the evening. Narration of the play will be performed by Mrs Bernard Smith, with Larry Piskin rendering the piano accompaniment. Members of the cast are the Mesdames Al I'odvin, Stanley Kahn. Harry Minor. Nat Waldman. Martin Goldstein. David Furman. Hal Hertz. Nat Brenner. Max Tucker and Mr. Jack Bernard. Guest speaker of the occasion will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. R< Bi salie, Robert Schwartzman To Be Bus, p Mitzvah At Beach Jewish Center Bertram Tower Grandfather Is Guest At Bertram 'lower Bar Mitzvah Bertram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tower, 2195 N\V 7th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow moming, February 7th. 9 a.m.. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah attends Robert E. Lee Junior High School and is a student at the Miami Hebrew School. He will conduct the Saturday morning service and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, will respond. The Towers will be hosts at the Kiddush following and plan a dinner and reception in honor of their son tomorrow evening, 9 p. m.. at the Trocadero Restaurant. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. Nathan Mikolitsky. of New York City, the Bar Mitzvah's maternal grandfather. Ferruccio Tagliavini lyric Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Asm. Miami Beach Auditorium Wednesday. February 11th, 8:30 p.m. Tickets 1.75, 2.24, 2.75 and 3.75 Young Adult Group To Hear Reverend Barth The Young Adult Group of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will hear Reverend Joseph Barth on Monday evening. February 9th. at 9 p.m. Reverend Barth will discuss: The Young Adult In Our Society. JEWISH GENTLEMAN Age 42, residing in Texas, contemplates move to Florida. Desires to correspond with refined lady. Will furnish thorough references. Replies treated with utmost confidence. MR. C, BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 TV REPAIRS IMMtDIATE TUfVISION SIRVICE NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for Caff Phone CITY-WIDE TV 83-1298 Rosalie and Robert Schwartiman In a double ceremony to be held Arriving from Baltimore. Maryat the Miami Beach Jewish Center land, for the occasion is Alfred on Saturday. February 7th. Rosalie Schwartzman. brother of the twins, and Robert Schwartzman. twin _-_, u t T Children of Mr. and Mrs. Murrav V< J !" ^ the suest* from New Schwartzman. 6225 Alton Road'. }'"\\? y ? !" l \ !" f "?, A ey will become Bas Mitzvah and Bar It"' J* "** HJ^S, *£? Mitzvah. respectively. £f* Mr %  M £ J^T' K C,r Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offl. {£ %  ^M" i u* P %?"* cia.e a. the ceremony, the first of | kin 8nd M !" lan WeillSteta. its kind ever to take place at the Center Robert is a student at Beach High School, while Rosalie attends the Nautilus School. Both are students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. Radiant Health Foods Miarni'i Popular Health Store FEATURING DIETETIC FOODS Salt Free and Sugar Free Diets SEYBOID ARCADE Ph. 3-3253 Bernord Weiner Bernard Weiner Is Bar Mitzvah Here Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weiner, will celebrate his t Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, February 7th. at the Beth El Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah is a graduate Of the Beth El Religious School and is a student at the Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is president of his orientation class. He will chant the musaf services and address the congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spiritual leader, will respond. A reception will follow in the Dora August Memorial Hall. WE PRESENT MIAMI NIGHTCLUBS SIGHTSEEING RACES OPERA JAI ALAI BOATING Reservations on Request • • • Lady and Gentlemen Guides — Fluent Linguists For Individuals orGroups PHONE GUIDES, INC. 24445 A PMSON41IZE0 StRVICt FOR A DISCRIMINATING CLUNTUl Arriving from New Jersey for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs David Hein. Mrs. Minnie Hein and Mrs. Matilda Schwartzman. Other out-of-town guests are Mr. and Mrs. William Marks, of Memphis. Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Salob, of Rome, New York. A dinner for the family will take place in the Center Dining Room on Saturday night. Bohrers Celebim Silver Annivenjj Mr. and Mrs. Herrnan ^ 721 West Avenue, £3 were given a surprise L their children. Theda ^ ard. a, the Casablanca How.. occas.cn of their 25th Wed J niversary. 1 Out-of-town guests i„ and Mrs. Morris Marko^J Rockaway, New York w Mrs. David Orenbach. of &! Long Island; Mr. and Mr, Tuetur, Mr. and Mrs. SLj vm, Mr. and Mrs. E dw H Mr and Mrs. Perry X* and Mrs. Morris Kandel M Kahn and Miss FK.renie son. all of Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Bohrer pre !" held open house A surpri-, was also given the couplet* ns Markowitz at the CloveM ^/ %  "VV^V Going Formal? •ft!?. Formal Wear that ia fr.shly cleaned, amartiy atyled, properly fitted. Complete outfit! including ahoei. PHONE 48-2084 B NPVERSr.. MEN'S SHOP 2828 Ponce Dt> Leon Bo Coral Gables ATTRACTIVE OFFICE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION BUILDING 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.. 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Ly^ vraHUARY 6. 1953 Rabbi Gourary Will Be Honored At Evening Affair; Leaders Participate ^^gjkxjdtori Babbi Samarius Gouraiy. Dean L the United Lubavitcher Yeshi.h will be honored during his at a special Melaveh the Hotel Victor on tt tar. 7l T'spedarMelaveh in the Hotel Victor on iaturday evening, February 7th. Playing iMalkah host to the Rabbi and lin charge of the evening affair is Lbbi Joseph Waldman. Hotel Victor proprietor. I Rabbi Gourary will meet with local leaders here and render a [report on the United Lubavitcher K2dvoth. The institution, with tranches throughout the United Elates, Europe. Canada and Israel, Las founded by the Rabbi's fathCr-in-law, the late Lubavitcher Rabfci, some 13 j ears ago. I Besides his leadership in the in%  crnational school system devoted Ejewifh religious education, RabCourary has helped organize Ihe agricultural settlement of Kfar Cifbad in Israel. Chairman of the %  'oiled Lubavitcher Yesivoth Executive Committee, he will explain L future plans for an expanded Educational program. I Louis Schleifer, industrialist, Philanthropist and chairman of the leshivoth Hoard of Directors, will |e amonn the principal participants during the Melaveh Malkah. PAGE 7R MADE be published weekll b„ Thl 7 '" u SHSu* 'T nS in modcr conversational Hebrew which will nrJ^ingtLfVn^ m Z,^ n iT^ Fl r,dtan The !" m P lete constitutes a course aimed at book, Hebrew Ma£ E u L VS l?T e V n W sP ken in Israel and based !" a ***' ami Beach ThisanH /,?h. M '" I Shoshana ^ or, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miradic"station WMRM r !" < OS?* T* mU QP ,Par here in conjunction with a program over ducted o u Mi W, !" Sunday, at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program i, conwmi^SV^^J^^^J^ ^""^ers Jewlsh HouT The £J sh Flondlan vruviae ine visual aid necessary to participate m the course. Kamora Sisters To |Uark Observance Of brotherhood Week I The Sisterhood of Zamora JewIh Center will participate in the plebration of Brotherhood Week their meeting on Wednesday, lebruary 11th. 8 p.m. 1 Guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob Junningham. director of the Mini Round Table, National Conkrencc of i hristians and Jews. |r. Cunningham will lead a group Iscussion and present the film, lie God. [The program will be under the rection of Mrs. Bernhard Chesbn. Assisting are the Mesdames BIT) Cohen. Eliza Kerdick. Barly Flaum. AI Weiss, Edna LayIn and Sara Block. lOn Februarj lath, a luncheon %  d fashion show sponsored by the pterhood will be held at 12:30 in., under the direction of Mrs. piis Kroll. Supervising QH show be Mrs. Bert Topell and Mrs. frry Ellen Hoodwin, in conjuncP B with the Three Sisters Dertment Store. |Si-terhood members will act as Todels. kabbi Samarius Gourary Call For Women At Short* Park Women residents and visitors are invited to join the adult activities program conducted at North Shore Park under the direction of Miss Margaret Sweet, director for adults of the Miami Beach Recreation Department. New registrations will be taken at any of the class or club groups. Bridge and Canasta instruction — Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1 p.m.; Exercise and Conditioning classes — Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 p.m.; Group tennis lessons. 4 adults to a class, smalj fee — Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. Shuffleboard play is scheduled daily with instruction, and there are weekly tournaments. Spanish groups will starf a new series after February 12th, and registration is on now. There is a cheese sandwich Yesh ke-rich ge-vinah Cream cheese sandwich | Ke-rich ge-vi-nat sham-meSalmon sandwich tfa*fl Ke-rich le-chis 1 ^Sardine sandwich WV Ke-rich sul-u-nit I want a tuna fish sandwich 'A-ni ro-zeh ke-rich tu-nus Honeradish jgj^ £ Hi K TCt &f gjg^ gr W we to*' 6 "'" f pleSU Be-m And what is there to drinkf U-mah yesh lish-tot? Soda, my friend, soda tj Ga-zoz ye-di-di, ga-zoz I Nol I want to have a glass of Lo'f 'An-i ro-zeh lish-tot kot k milk ^ .._.. ^ ha Uv W nm fn? & .wi "sp? "F 1 TH .* ."01$/ria^rj boa -v .3^0 013 r 4 sonM H unZ% n M a d E V V ^ pubUshea the bright Publishing Company, New York City. PerF^iZn nil ? Y C !" m av d0 so wr,t n 0 Miss Shoshana Spector, care of The Jewish J^lortdian,jmd enclosing a check or money order ior 11.50. fidqe Club Meeting (The Duplicate Bridge Club of F west Miami Jewish Center will J*l on Sunday. February 8th, 8:15 at the (enter. 5720 SW 17th Vionvvr Women Meet Monday Pioneer Women, Club No. 2. will meet on Monday evening. 8:30 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation, according to Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president. Guest speaker will be Abraham Hamlin, Histadrut director for the New England states. Also appearing will be Mrs. Lena Greenberg, Pioneer Women leader from Chicago, Illinois. West Miami Jewish War Veterans Post Discussed David Dresner, Commander of the West Miami Post of the Jewish War Veterans, will address the Father and Son Group of the West Miami Jewish Center on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. He will discuss the activities of the local post. Sadye G. 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* Jewish fkrUtinn
PAGE 5 B
in Your
Enters
,rsd Phase
l, rehearsal for the orig
Lion. Sand In Your
Uorcd by the Greater
ffish community center.
|ast week, it was an-
L professor Sam Hirsch,
c held and parts as-
|'lh,. session conducted on
of the Center's Town
-or Hirsch presented a
|f the script tor the play.
I wrote, earUer at his
lose actively participating
Xng the production, and
Kr the reading included
Itesident, Stanley C. My,
Utive director. Efraim
I Sylvia Chertkof, produc-
jrman: Robert Strassburg,
director; Mrs. Ann King,
lector
Cohen, 'on of pioneer
Isidore Cohen; Mrs. Hel-
ft, publicity director; and
Tropp. center director of
than 100 individuals have
Ejgneri up tor participating
L phase of the produc
ofessor Hirsch indicated
that there is still room
[talent. The show is sched-
j Sunday night, March 1st,
iami Beach Auditorium.
. compave
Tffllt 5*
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THE NEW
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llF RANGE
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Golf Bails ind High Grade
m for Your Use
Blent Lighting for
It Prjr.tice
blcte Lme cf Golf Mdit. in
[Pro Shop
I Lessons by Bill Tinder,
ITinder and Chuck Wilton
10 A.M. To 11 P.M.
New officers of the Southeast Federation of Temple Sisterhoods installed in a ceremony at
Albany, Georcjla, are 'left to right) the Mesdames Harold Thurman, Miami, historian; Henry
Soromonson, Atlanta, treasurer; Myer Blumberg, president; Hyman Miller, Birmingham, new
director; and N. S. Rubin, Pensacola, parliamentarian. Back row (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Sam Mohr, Atlanta, 1st vice president; and Sidney Katz, Dothan, secretary.
Set Plans For
Cardiac Tag Day
Fifteenth annual tag day to raise
fund; for National Children's Car-
diac Hospital will be held this year
on Saturday, February 7th. under
the auspices of the three support-
ing chapters of the institution in
Greater Miami.
Arrangements for the one-day
campaign with the slogan Have A
HeartSave A Heart were an-
nounced jointly on Saturday by
Mrs. Julius Weiner, president of
the Dade chapter; Mrs. Arthur M.
Chasan, president of the Flamingo
chapter; and Mrs. Sal Ramagli.
president of the Miami chapter.
Captain* for the chapters have
issued an appeal for volunteer*
to help tag the citizens for the
benefit of the non-sectarian na-
tional institution which is
maintained on West Flagler
Street for the benefit of children
with cardiac ailment*.

Volunteers are asked to report
to 124 Shoreland Arcade, 1657
Washington Avenue or 6261 SW
16th Terrace.
The Cardiac Hospital here main-
tains an Out-Patient Clinic for
rheumatic children at 4250 West
Flagler Street.
North Shore B'nai
B'rith Holds Benefit
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold a Hillel Bene-
fit Luncheon and Card Party on
Tuesday. February 10th, 12:30 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Irving Green-
field. 40 Star Island.
Mrs. George Levenson is presi-
dent of the Chapter. Chairman of
the Luncheon and Card Party is
Mrs. Murray Herlands.
In charge of tickets are Pat Wol-
lowick and Tillie Wolfson. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami.
1ouplvtt Club
To Hold Frolic
The Couples Club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
will hold a February frolic on Sat-
urday, February 7th. 8:30 p.m., at
the Town Branch.
A special program of games,
dancing, music and entertainment
has been planned for the occasion.
Serving on the refreshment and
program committee are the Mes-
dames Harry Solloway, Martin Zel-
kin, Gerald Goldstein, William
Zuckerman, Paul Callum, Israel
Silver and Mr. Bernard Segal.
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* Jewish fkr Utinn PAGE 5 B in Your Enters ,rsd Phase l, rehearsal for the orig Lion. Sand In Your Uorcd by the Greater ffis h community center. | ast week, it was anL professor Sam Hirsch, • c held and parts as|' lh ,. session conducted on of t he Center's Town -or Hirsch presented a |f the script tor the play. I wrote, earUer at his lose actively participating X ng the production, and K„r the reading included Itesident, Stanley C. My, Utive director. Efraim I Sylvia Chertkof, producjrman: Robert Strassburg, %  director; Mrs. Ann King, lector „ Cohen, '•on of pioneer Isidore Cohen; Mrs. Helft, publicity director; and Tropp. center director of than 100 individuals have Ejgneri up tor participating L phase of the produc ofessor Hirsch indicated that there is still room [talent. The show is schedj Sunday night, March 1st, iami Beach Auditorium. compave Tffllt 5* W OPEN THE NEW )NNOR & TINDER llF RANGE B300 S.W. 8th ST. Timiami Trail) Golf Bails ind High Grade m for Your Use Blent Lighting for It Prjr.tice blcte Lme cf Golf Mdit. in [Pro Shop I Lessons by Bill Tinder, ITinder and Chuck Wilton 10 A.M. To 11 P.M. New officers of the Southeast Federation of Temple Sisterhoods installed in a ceremony at Albany, Georcjla, are 'left to right) the Mesdames Harold Thurman, Miami, historian; Henry Soromonson, Atlanta, treasurer; Myer Blumberg, president; Hyman Miller, Birmingham, new director; and N. S. Rubin, Pensacola, parliamentarian. Back row (left to right) are the Mesdames Sam Mohr, Atlanta, 1st vice president; and Sidney Katz, Dothan, secretary. Set Plans For Cardiac Tag Day Fifteenth annual tag day to raise fund; for National Children's Cardiac Hospital will be held this year on Saturday, February 7th. under the auspices of the three supporting chapters of the institution in Greater Miami. Arrangements for the one-day campaign with the slogan Have A Heart—Save A Heart were announced jointly on Saturday by Mrs. Julius Weiner, president of the Dade chapter; Mrs. Arthur M. Chasan, president of the Flamingo chapter; and Mrs. Sal Ramagli. president of the Miami chapter. Captain* for the chapters have issued an appeal for volunteer* to help tag the citizens for the benefit of the non-sectarian national institution which is maintained on West Flagler Street for the benefit of children with cardiac ailment*. • Volunteers are asked to report to 124 Shoreland Arcade, 1657 Washington Avenue or 6261 SW 16th Terrace. The Cardiac Hospital here maintains an Out-Patient Clinic for rheumatic children at 4250 West Flagler Street. North Shore B'nai B'rith Holds Benefit The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold a Hillel Benefit Luncheon and Card Party on Tuesday. February 10th, 12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Irving Greenfield. 40 Star Island. Mrs. George Levenson is president of the Chapter. Chairman of the Luncheon and Card Party is Mrs. Murray Herlands. In charge of tickets are Pat Wollowick and Tillie Wolfson. Proceeds will go to the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. 1ouplvtt Club To Hold Frolic The Couples Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold a February frolic on Saturday, February 7th. 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch. A special program of games, dancing, music and entertainment has been planned for the occasion. Serving on the refreshment and program committee are the Mesdames Harry Solloway, Martin Zelkin, Gerald Goldstein, William Zuckerman, Paul Callum, Israel Silver and Mr. Bernard Segal. tw Compare • YOUR INCOME TAX • J. E. MARQUA | PREPARED CORRECTLY BY FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT HAM! REAL ESTATE MART 7C06 N w 7th Ave PHONE 7-0563 HOLLAND HONEY CAKES ARE DELICIOUS MO FAT Oft SUGAR USED IT FOOD THAT IS REAUY GOO FOR YOU IN EVERY WAY 8UY ONE TODAY !! D i i f r J fc • t t d by :hran Distributing Co. 161 N.E. 30th St $*> TONIGHT k OP. M NO MINORS AllOWED WAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB KTMMI SOUTH IND OF COLLINS AVI. The on the front of the label of Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans is the official seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. It's your guarantee that your "flavorite" ooenbaked beans are Kosher and pareve s trictly vegetarian! A delightful dish for either meat or dairy meals! A "meichel"! HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS



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PAGE 10 B +JmlsiJ!t&0iHL Saal Unveiling Obituaries MRS MINNIE GREENBERG ROBERT OGER ANNA MERCUR • %  : ,,.. W ,. Till!., a son. Stanle>a £. daughter, Miss Ruth Saal. all of -, *. x -JS Miami, and two brothers, of New *'-,\ .;_ ,,. < ... York He was a member of the Mr, Jean,, %  V. 1 Mount sinai %  emomi %  ."* **%  .,' „ v, rt oi etery, with Rabbis Simon April ami Joseph K. Hackovsky officiating. Mr. Saal is survived by his York He was a •"_" M ;,., ^> v^ i Miami Hebrew Sehool and ion;..,..,.. \ tfcw • < creation. ShotelLodge No. 1066. Mondaj .1 Beach Memorl I >;rt'... H'IKII B'rith, Miami Zionist District and the Miami Jewish Community Center. Arrangement! are in Charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. LEON H. SKOP ;i. of i*tv lth Sir* I v < died Ja rj -•:'' %  Hi ha I • i M MX year* aa> ., Mrs Am >• 'i jr v r him. Bi %  M. LIZZIE SCHEERER ..... I in lanu,.,,,,. ... ..n.l. mi M -. v • %  .. Dietz Unveiling The dedication of a monument the 1 ti II .i MORRIS SEVIN :<-. one of Oi • IN :,i Miami MAURICE BENNETT %  •,, %  • %  Janv • •'"" ""' „i Ivi %  • %  b> hl! • i tjs to the memory of the late Hartv a^m Dlett, formerly of 601 75th Street. i %  %  Miami Beach, will take place SunJ-nrjj day, February 8th. 2:45 p.m.. on ,;. at. Hiap Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi %  — Mayer Abramowitx officiating. Mr. Pietz is survived by his wife. Celia. two daughters. Miss Shirley and Miss Geraldine, a brother Meyer. ; ... and Ini bj H .,.,:%  I I i %  % %  > '" loth Street M ami Hea SAMUEL BRODLIEB i ... ID .• %  vlsltoi died here Saturday. Tn< -, -. iu to S< Tort Miami Beach Memorial I'hapei. BENJAMIN SANGOR >,. %  .. .-•. %  dli i a Jan lan % % %  • %  .'": K %  • %  .-. eg and Int. Mian Bea. h Riven di Miss Ceraldine. a Drawer **£*, „,"* !" tor? dEi !" %  '•"' and two sisters. Carolyn Ostrow rttow. y tg and Ceraldine Segal: also his mother. Mrs. Mina Rosenbaum. of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Mr. Dietz In .:'•:.•and n i • i .*-..> %  <, --f..c „ |a survived, b) her nusI Harrj and %  • lter Remains Memorial Service For Mrs. Pwkftt Memorial services were held in the unfinished Jewish Center at Homestead last week. simultaneously with fut.eral services in Atlanta! Georgia, for Mrs. Dorothy Golden Peckett. Mrs Peckett passed away in James Archer Smith Hospital after being critically ill for several *The family asked that flowers be omitted and that contributions to the American Cancer Society be made instead. Mrs. Peckett was a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Center. \ victim of cancer. Mrs. Peckett was 36 vears old and ill two months. She leaves her husband. Sidney; a son. Neil; and a daughter Donna; her mother. Mrs. Rose Golden; and a brother. Benjamin Golden, both of Atlanta. Her husband is a nephew of Herman Marks and Mrs. Max Losner Mrs Peckett came to Homestead with her family in 1949. from her Dative city, Atlanta, and they make their home on Northwest 17th Street Mrs Pecketfs aunt. Mrs. Fmelia Brennine. of Tampa, is temporarily making her home with Mr Peckett and the children. Mr Peckett was accompanied to Atlanta bv his cousin. Paul Losner. FRIDAY. raR UARyTaUOA1, NOTICE QERTHCDB \vn:\i ii • SUIT FOR Divon?.*** .. 11. vi, n. %  <•, 1:1 D I Ui BI Brook Ton, UKRTRllii; %  171 hereby notlfle.i that i NKI: i plulnt for Dfvorc. "' ''<• against jrou, and \ sal ra copj ..i your \ inn to the itiii of i-.. piaintlffi AH.PI ne> I; I iA\. >t* ja ; ii,... b, Kim Ida, .HI Answer or MMdlni i'.. I'.. i ^ of the •Mai || "" • ;" r W pi e luftf "" I '•" %  "I. Sa : %  .. '"'ti befora the 2th daj .U .!. UI UU '-'^ .. —w ... .. ,.# .... luu.t will I,.1.,„. ihr rr.i^r damandi i Complaint. "" B "l IHI.NK ANIi ORDKKKD % %  u. J-WW-. ti Mthda, „^ B. n. UBATHBRMAN I-.„W flreult Court. Dadi i ,.. '„ „, BJ R. H. RICK II: "'>• rVirt) (Circuit I'ourt Seal)" i w — t/s-ia-M D NOTICE ro CREDITQB. N THE COUNTY JUDSES^I AND < -P*OE GE S C 0 C U N U i *-..w r\Jn UAUF f FLORIDA. IN PROBATE M In Re: KSTATK %  .1 MARCIA SL'E FESTENSTEIN aoeipiua. rtiiu\>i>,, %  ; ?. ,.f t>:.0 Indian CTeea Drive, Miami was a member of Miami Beach „'* ., %  Mi ai d MiMli h... i v.. ....... ... ., • • \, Vork City for erv> .. ,| tertnei I '•> the Miami Beaoh P.iv. %  %  %  • BPO Klks No. 16lH. a Mason and a Shriner. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to be present. el FVateneteli and .i bi ..ther. MURRAY ALBERT • ... ,,-• Avenue, Miami ,. i %  • .• novelt) >t..rr. I %  I-. Burvt> Ins •': hli %  • \. r, \ ben pon, Herbert, — %  Mra Maalne Kannert. o 1 TT .ilu. of Xea V ra :^> brotbera. three Seqal Unveiling .-i p-amichiidrm GOT, • t !" ,^. • Mian I'h Chapel lanl th rived The dedication Of I Rionument ,,, v VorK .... ,, rw to the memory of the late Herman SAMUEL POSNER ..' |.- HW llth Street ;.d ,aj • lai •• H irvlvejl wife, Selma; on* Q",..rTfr. ighter, Mra Selmn Mi jel -. ware l t" Dayton. OWo, .. r ... .-.' interment bj in* Miami Rivtralili"" REV AARON HOFFMAN i -. A s* %  %  • nhiETh_. r.liHER 4 of 140 NF Bavahore Pla • naraed w*y nn Jan in !Mh Bhe la aw. by hrr brother, "h*-l- B*irere aeni to Sew Torh tTty %  • Intel •• m •'>' The Segal, formerly of 3101 S\V 18th Street. Miami, will take Place Sun ,^^ a ^^Wjj, ^ dav. February 8th. 3 pm. at Mt He -a. .. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. „ J with Rabbi Morris Skop off'.ciat .... •. m \th burial ..t Mt ini Mr Segal is sunned by his Slna • •••' %  wife, Goldie, a son Martin, his 1 MRS SAOIE S. SPIRER mother. Rachael. and two broth^ ers. Joseph and William, both of .,... ~ ; %  „, ^ ••** \trc HIKI' am • .. lx yean* at Miami, also a sister. Mrs. Rose Ferrv of Miami Beach Arrange._ .I....... n i p.imiiF'c ncludina Wi;liai Mian ments are in charge of I aimer > Goodwill tironp Han Hoard Meet The Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a Board meeting on February" 12th. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sidney Daniels, 3443 SYV 7th Street. Miami. A luncheon and card party will follow on February 19th. 12 noon, at the Republican Club. 1934 West Flagler Street In charge of the affair will be Mrs. Eva Krohn and Mrs Gertrude Covner. %  li AM am i rwnt "Wl, „.] ntaa: BROi mty, liOH. Miami Monument Company. ,, r died Tuasdaj a home, i 0 Oeeti rirlve, Miami M^arh He Is aur vive<1 b> %  alatei Mra Ida Knit\t m I;. t" ";'.' h trt s %  ..and nur • •"J" •fork, irlth Raaeh Memodal Chapel In • arransemi i l MORRIS DAVID KAPLAN .. | ... i. ..:.• %  .: • who 1 Pa.. 10 >.-arUJD ,. „ MYil 1 ;!.' • • %  | Survl> rvare .... v.-Gladvi Kaplan Mr. rnends and relati\e> arc a>Keu • ,.. to be present Edelstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sidney Edelstein. formerly of 13S0 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. February 8th. '•'' %  '' 11 am. at Mount Sinai Memorial Turk Cemetery, with Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating Mr Edelstein ia survived by hie wife, Rebecca, and two daughters. Mrs liarcia Stewart and Miss Dons. JOHN KAHN %  ; E %  • • • %  ; %  • I %  %  •:-•:-• %  \ %  etiri eall I vll v %  -r>. ireat ... .... Iwli! ... Mlai B< I •' Ml S DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. 5th Street Phone -M0l AL MEIDENBERO. Owner KATHKRINK HI:! To All I'redltora ami .\ ; Ina Claims or I.. said Kstate: You. and each of \< notifle.1 and required (lain !" and flaiiisnil nihi-r of vou. mav h., MUU of KATHKIUM ceased late of Dad, • tu the Hon. FRANK one of the Counn County, and file tl. |„ y! fii-e in the County i .r'.houumjsl County. Florida, witl %  • t^ht rilai mniiths from thttin'. 'hrfinu licutloii hr.f i mi maml* to contain letal ASSS | of the claimant an I to be ivi| I and preM*.nt*d a. %  )!. or | I will be barred. Date January ::-• \ [ %  |ja MA TRICE FEI;; Kx„ uu ,J the Lact Wili a .'--'.atmeat7 KATHKRINK I ],, MAX R SU.VBR I Attorney for Bsei U" I 1.J0 — 2/-lJ-Jo %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUI NAME LAW NOT1CV is HI. i: I DlVaai the undersigned, d, rin : % %  nnn, bu^lnejm under thtonument Company Friends and relatives are asked to be present Miller Unveiling The dedication of a monument I of the late Charles formerly of 7000 Bonita Drive Miami Beach, frill take place Sunday. February 8th. Z p m at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Mayer rVbramowiti officiat inc Mr Miller is survived by his wife .two sons and one daughter Arrangements are in charge oi Monument Company. Friends and relatives are iad to oe present. LO'S ARiCK I • %  • • ANNA FURMAN .. i, \ .... %  %  jOSE=i. TKV %  AN INVITATION to offend fh( Deeicotion sf KOSSUTH HALL febrsar, If*, ef 4:30 p.m. DI. 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30/ PAGE 8 B C?.ei .3 YHA : 7fta3-i YAQJ FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y 6 195, Encyclopedia Of Biblical Comment Makes Appearance Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN rcopy::;:-. 1&52. Jewk* Telegraphic Agervy. Inc.v BIRDS OF A FEATHER American anti-Semites are gloat •have we t<> goes on. what right criticize them"" I, then proceeded to .dThe first volume of the English ^ wha( fa nappenin e to thc barbarian thesis that the waj translation of the new Er.eycio, c ... pedia of Biblical Interpretation. Jews in the Red c M UMMOJ jj^ ^ ( ommu published by the American Biblithe same time they are in a quanJwj hcre wl „ ^ an calEnc-.clopedia Society, has made dary that may compel them to c immunl .,., „ >Pi f it appearance, with the initial change their tactics Since recent ^_^ haven't jot around yet t to former President exposures of anti-Jewjsh devetog ^^^^ ^ rpl ,x: t> h -t.. ell Harry S. Truman. menta In Russia and Dr Li Jung, honorary president countries have served to equate flf ,. v and pr : %  • r "f Communism with anti-Semitism. Ethlic • Yeshiva University, arthe anti-Semites in this country rived here last week to present a are on the horns of a di.emma special copy to Rabbi Irving LehrTheir chief weapon hxs been to of this identity of uUertst-tbey] penings In Reaaii and micht appear as Communists in the public eye To get around this dilemma, the anti-Semitic press of America took a cue from the Daily Worker and the Freiheit In language virtually identical with that of the Commu.nist press, the filth sheets of the! 'he Hebrew encyclopedia will I \ mer i C an racists are proclaiming (rom 7 t0 g 15 p m .... • £34 volumes of which |15 j that the Prague trial wsnot ojM Announcem ent of the change in ^^:^lT^T^ U ^ U b Ut JL*&ti\*£ came M„rr,s Nasatir. The e n cyclopedia features a translation of the works of Dr Menahem M. Kasher. as assembled, organized and systematized from all commentaries on the Bible writ ten by -cholars and sages. Dr. Jung. Rabbi of the New York Jewish Center, said the works of Dr. Ka-her have received great acciaim. The Hebrew encyclopedia cons minate Jea means (, pr u e j i ,,mmuni>m how will tne destruction ol Jews end Commu niim'' If the organized anti-Semitk elelite countries have given them a shot in the arm. Yiddish Hour CaaagM Time The Yiddish Classical Hour will now be heard Sunday evenings. and its commentaries, according to Dr. Jung. Szold Hadassah Honors Youth Month A meeting of the Henrietta Szold Chapter of-Hadavah will be held on February 9th. 1 p.m.. at the Shore Club. Miami Beach Horn : ng Youth Service Month. Mrs Gerald P. Soltz. president of the South Eastern Region of Junior Hadassah will give a report on her visit to Israel. Cantor Aaron Weingarten. of l aniur .-vaiou ncuisairen. -• -. ... Beth Jacob Congregation, will pre-' course, this so-called woman just, seat a musical program. hudders at the idea of going to war to save six million Jews from Stalin. As if by pre arrangement WANTED Common Sense, one of the filthiest SOPHIE ROSENBERG, formerly of crackpot >heets, struck the same lived in Palm Beach. Florida. Has iheme but with a variation Thi> moved but has not left a forwardhate sheet was simply anxious that ing address. She arrived in the ur newspapers might soon have us United States about 1910. and has believe that Rus-ia has murdered a son. Alexander Goldstein, about six million Jews and on the 'same 45. ol first marriage. She is being evidence" that -Hitler killed a her brother. Herscovicl number of Jews". If Ru>sia wishes .if Tc! A-. Israel. to throw off the Jewish yoke, it anti-Semitic but of a purely anti suss aSttfr sras*. • n _.,. usmith i evenings from 7 to o p.m. it #p ^.hV^TnTof^ vVnVnmg Pears over station WIN* and has ov the name ofn-yrl van M>nmg. f~ _*_J % ,„,,, fr>r tho nast actually shed bitter tears over the, been presented here for the past idea of imputing anti-Semitism to I sewen >ear> the Communists. Unveiling her indecency in an article in The Women's Voice, this leader of the reactionary We. The Mothers Organization complained that there ia drive on to pin antiSemitism on the Communists and th?i its objective is to whip up war hvsteria And. naturally of -. ~ --* Retail KOSHER Wholesale 12SS S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 PLa" h"*> 'riant), president of the American Biblical Encyclopedia Society, is shown following his arrival here last wecK to present a special copy of the first volume in English translation of the Encyclopedia of Biblical interpretation to Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. ] WE'D BE PLEASED TO MEET YOU! OFFICERS 1ACK D. GORDON, Pre sident MKHAIL STlCKlOTf Viet PrtiHenl BfN GIUIK, Vice President GlOBGl W. NNtSCM Vice President A Comptroller ARTHUR N. COUPSHON $refry MILTON M. QA1HOK, Tre.iurer MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS U NSALTEP ideal r Salt-f'f Diets! t \ $nack-f u/J of faste yosr'ft /ove 'em.' MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or PulTerixed Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED DIRECTORS ARTHUR H. C0UBSH0S MILTON M. GA1NOR UN GIUfK. JACK D. COKDOH miCHAH STKKlOff -^r CfORCf W. HIRSCH CtAVDC PI PHI CMARlfS SIIVHi S. C. 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PAGE 6 B v.lewistncrk/ton = SgAY^EBRg 5! J School Children To Enter Heart Drive Some 80.000 Dade County school children will be enrolled today as volunteers in the 1953 Heart Fund Campaign for S100.000. it was announced by Paul Walker, administrator of the Dade County Hospital and Home at Kendall, campaign chairman for the second successive year. "Young people have a special stake in this battle, since rheumatic heart disease is childhood's greatest enemy."' Walker exp!;.m cd. The local Heart Fund is part of a nationwide February campaign for $10,000,000 to finance research in the fight against heart and blood \( -< I diseases that cause half of all the deaths in the country, explained Dr. Edwin P. Preston, of 1 Gables. Association presi dent The Dade Heart Fund's youth army will be reinforced next week by milkmen from 17 Dade dairies. Walker announced. With their morning milk on February' 13th and 14th. some 134.000 dairy customers in the county will receive special appeal letters for Heart Fund contribution, he explained. Women volunteers in the 1953 drive will go on the march on the night of February 14th. making a special appeal for funds among i gue^t; in Miami Beach hotels. LarThe Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will appear in a concert at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday F h 12th. 8:30 p.m. Members are A. Arnoff, I. Anekstein, M. Basch. F. Bialek, M. Carroll, I. Cohen. A. Cohen, H. Crance R r zing, D. Dantzing, F. Davis, S. Faigin, E. Feldman, J. Feldman, S. Finkel, P. Finkel, F. Frieman, T. Furoch, D. Garta If M. Goldin, M. Goldberg. F. Gittelman. H. Gurewitz, R. Gerts, R. Herman, J. Helfond, B. Hurewitz, E. Horshof, J J a jf e <• j Ian, Y. Kogen, S. Kirschner, A. Klezmer, H. Landau, R. Lewis, L. Levin, B. Litwin, A. Levine, B. Levine, B. Lippoff S M! T. Malakoff, T. Nitzeberg, A. Orchin. C. Pomerantz. J. Price, H. Puritz. G. Raim, A. Reichstein, L. Rietskin, C. H Riqger Dl insky. M. Rohinsky, L. Roller, I. Sadkin, S. Silverstein. B. Silverstein, R. Singer. R. Sober, C. Sober, J. Solomon M SakL S. Shandloif, M. Shulman, Y. Shulman, J. Steinberg, J. Steinman, E. Steinman, B. Torkow, F. Tepper, I Feitch G V ^ Volkin, F. Yasin, L. Ycsin, S. Yaskowitz. S. Yutan, S. Weiss, S. Weissbord. R. Weisman. F. Weinsteiri. D WeinstPH lifl sky, R. Zatman and T. ZUlin. vmsma **^ Z£T^£££?XX P""?* fff** !" ** [Smnmer Camps Formulalo Plans For Rogiatraiion a special Gifts Committee, headed Kt'Pilinff MlttiicalP by Commander William X. Mans, ... field, i A musicale. honoring Jewish School children, milkmen and Music Month, will be presented at citizen volunteers will have a livthe Beach Branch of the Greater The three summer day camps twecn the ages of six and twelve. — the Beach Bri Miami Jewish Community Center on Tuesday, February 10th. 8:30 ing symbol of the good Heart Fundcan do in the spunky, redhaired person of five year-old j Cheryl Vaughn of North Miami. pm who has been named Miss Heart Judge Kenneth Oka, chairman of Appeal of 1953 by the Greater n<> Jewish Music Council of GreatMiami association. I cr Miami, will discuss plans for the Heart Fund leaders will hold national festival, their first rally of the 1953 cam-; Participating artists w,.i be Mrs. paign on Monday night. February 9th. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel to review accomplishments of the first week of the drive and plan efforts for the next three weeks. Donald Reiff and Mrs David Drucker. sopranos: Judy Youngerman, choreographer:; and Robert trassburg. executive secretary of the Jewish Music Council. operated by the Greater Miami U e are offering a program with Jewish lommunitv (enter will beT gin registration on April 2nd. for P0 !" tive Jewish orlcnta "on, the the forthcoming camp season, it diction of trained professional was announced by Mrs. Jess Freed.' s,aff a ricn variety of program exrecently appointed chairman of the Periences and a knowledge of how Day Camp Committee. i t o handle children in groups," Mrs. Enrollment begins earlier this' Fr £.? d s a J d year to accommodate the needof The ,nree camps a 't h "ugh opsome 300 children. crat ing i n three different localities The season will run from June 22nd to August 14th, and will be conducted in two four-week periods. The camps will provide a program for boys and girls beranch. 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Mrs. Matilda Ratner presents the Charles A. Ratner Maccabiah Award to Rabbi Max Shapiro on behalf of the Beth David Religious School for first place in the Annual InterSchool Maccabiah Festival. Nochem Bomse Is Miami Visitor Noehem Bomse, a young poet now living in America, will deliver a lecture tonight. 8:30 p.m., at the Baskin Forum held in the Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. His subject will be modern Jewish poetry, and he will read excerpts from his own writings. Mr. Bomse is the third of a group of young Jewish poeis from Poland to visist this community. During the last war, he was captured by the Soviet Army and sent to a labor camp in Siberia from which he escaped to Sweden and later to Paris. He came to America four years ago as a Delegate to the Congress of Jewish Culture and has remained in this country ever since. During his stay here. Mr. Bomse will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. : Joseph Duntov. Mttraoliic Center Plans Dinner l^sllirr Ail.iins %  Mew At 10 Mrs. Esther Schrebnick Adams, I one of the first Jewish residents born in the West Palm Beach area. died recently in New Jersey. She was 40 years old. Mrs. Adams was iiie eider daughter of the late Carl and Mary Schrebnick, long-time communal workers and instrumental in forming the first local Jewish congregation. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Adams lived in West Palm Beach with her mother. Funeral services and burial took place January 16th. in the family plot at Evergreen Cemetery. Jacksonville, with Rabbi Sanders Tofield, of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, officiating. Survivors include a brother, Joseph Schrebnick. West Palm Beach, a sister, Miss Faye Schrebnick, Lot Angeles, California; and a cousin, Mrs. H. E. Berns, Coral Gables. The Educational Committee of 'the Israelite Center will hold a dinTTer on Sunday evening. Febru ary 8th. 7 p.m., according to Charles Fidelman, chairman. Co-chairman of the affair is Mrs. Sam Sandier. Assisting will be Phil Barocas, Morris Goldenberg, Morris Aron, Mrs. Sam Benus, Mrs. George Kessler, Mrs. Frank Back haut and Irving Sperling. Toastmastcr of the evening will be Ben Essen, Miami attornev. Others appearing are Rocky Kaufman, S. Openheimer and Miss Sylvia Milgrim. Music will be by Mrs. Mana Manion. Proceeds of the affair are for the Hebrew and Sunday Schools of the Israelite Center. To Reexamine Loan Fund Here Elry Stone, president of the Baron de Hirsch Ix>an Fund, an nounccd this week that the FUIH is planning to reexamine its method of operation. For the past Hi years, the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund has been making small loans without inter est for business purposes to peo pie of the Greater Miami area who are unable to obtain loans through normal commercial channels but j who have been able to obtain cosigners to guarantee repayment or provide other satisfactory collat cral. Since 1947, the Fund has been an independent organization, employing the staff services of the Jewish Social Service Bureau "In the past year." Stone said, "there have only been six loans made by the Fund. Among the bor rowers was a man with a physical handicap who could become selfsupporting through self-employment. Another was a small mcr chant who has not yet established the credit that he requires for sound business operations. "A third borrower." he declared, was a man whose skill in agriculture warranted a community el fort to help him become an independent proprietor." According to Stone, these loans' have been of great value to the recipients, "biff the question has been seriously raised as to whether or not there are a sufficient number of applicants to justify the continuance of an independent service such as the Fund." The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund has in the past received funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, but no additional grants have been sought in recent years be-1 cause of the limited use made of I them. Consequently, at the present time the funds available for loans are limited. Colonel Stone concluded, that a j "greater awareness of the Fund. | and the interest in this service and the need expressed for it will help us in our future planning." Applications for loans are made at the offices of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. 'MJGUST BROS fty: r la the Bt.ST HUE ROOM MrmeaARArrasTw MUM Man CZUOUA Code Good Food 1225 Washington A\ Miami Beach Triton Hotel Dining Room 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phono for Reservation! — 5-6651 • 54307 Air Conditioned — Erwin and Louhe Fniit Lou and Pearl Ritz Plaza Dining Room 17th Street and the Ocean FULL COURSE DINNERS from $1.95 WITH WINE Famous for our Traditional Friday Night Dinners For Reservations Phone 5-6881 • WE CATER TO BANQUETS AND WEDDINGS • I S Sonntci^ %  flflS) Restaurant 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 Catering tor All Occasions Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Haka.hruth and Belh Jacob Vaad Hakashruth PAPPY Says ... I am back in the Lincoln Road section again • • ready to serve my friends and guests with my fine foods at moderate prices OPENING TONIGHT with TRADITIONAL DINNER at $2.50 Wine Included HARRY (Pappy) FEINBERG ST. MORITZ HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE ffeservaffoai Suggested ROSEDALE a •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITI0 170 N.W. 5th ST. • FREE PARKING DIETAHT| LAWS STHICTITI OBSERV D. Rosner — Management ^HOTEI GOOD ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST. 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.fn MS*. FEBRUARY 6, 1953LEGAL NOTICE pejcUiT. COURT. LEGAL NOTICE F I&nTH"jUD CoAL CIRCUIT OF K-KS* IN "AND FOR DADE K^TY IN CHANCERY. No B/BARLENB SI-JMONS. 158046 Inllff ,,, I: ,:P„KI: R SIMMONS. ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION fl): THBOl"KE |( sIMMoNs Western Area ,-, „,-ci N*'W l IK. N. I HKKKHV RBQUIRBDtO Anawar or other ,„,. mil ,,f Complain) for you harem, on i .. Tin-: RE ^ v SfjSi: coin Road BuildL \llnml Ik-ach. Florida, ami file with the Clark of .. „i i-.-f.. — I he flrel thai wise ili -• I %  > required to aerve f your Answer to the Bill of in, la in t fin Divorce upon I'lalntlff 'a „ I: I, i ..pi I i %  file >our original Ans.'r In I lie I'f'ee "f the Clerk of the n-uit Court or before the 2Hth da) otherwlae the Mill Compla MI I"' orca heretofoi a 1^,1 in the i'AUG will be laden an lij <..u DATED al Miami, Florida, this 2Uth |l !.• VTHERMAN, Clerk. padi L'n mt> 'Ircull c 'nurt I:. w VI W STOCKING, I leputy Clerk il If I RMAN R LYONS, 910-12 Olympla ng Ml ia. THE CiRCi.IT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN HO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIS l_HA\CERY. No 1560J7 [ilis liAlt.MCK, I'lalntlff, VI (l.-.'. i tv Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ll.Mi 'K, 2824 tier\ :i lokl) PI. N.Y. Y"i .i • ,II.. nerve • i i.. the BUI 'if • i "i i 'laJnt'ff'i Harm r. ii AnaHI th i of the Clerk • .; the | or before the Mth %  I Pebi mi \ 11. i :•",::. othel wise. II i >.\ h erewill i>e taken at ViU. pA.EIi a! .M. ..II... Florida, this 20th \ I' 1953. i: II I.EATHEHMAN. the Circuit Court i' id. 'ounti. I.-ii Ida B>. WM. W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk d.'.d Addreu of It • KMAX R I.VnNs. 10-U ulympla I M ami, Florida. %  Said Certificate tmUio following described prop er-v.^-iu-a,,,, ,n S... oounry, So?. Miami.. County 1,1 Da.le, State of iorlda The HHWHmi-ni of said pn under the Certificate leaned was „i the Dame of Unknown. L'nlaaa an d i rtlfli ate iball he redeemed a> ird 9* !',' '''": %  '""deed wlU issue tl.. reon <". the J5th day %  .r February, Dated this 2it day of January E B. LEATHERMAN i lei k "I ir.-iiit Court Dade County. Florida By N. C. STEUIIETT .ffi-3,i' -V,!£& 1 """' y rierk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in iY,.. !', e .' ls ^" dvr "' %  %  htitlous name of III ENA VISTA LAUNDER-1T AND UH\ CLKANINi;, at 3002 N. W 2nd Avenue Miami. Florida, intend to reaS. ter ."l? "* me S ,,h ,h Clerk of the Circuit Ceaut U tlRKER and AMOS BglEitf 1 ** ,e '""'" Attorney for owners 1/23-10 — 2/6-11 ^ PAGE II B LEGA^ NOTICE NOTICE .V^ OER FICTITIOUS NOTICE -"fflyfroiyj L u-i,i.-!^ S|,, :it MOORE KRIEOBR I INK •!• Jaaper Moore RICHAR1 Atloinev fi NOTICE NOTICE N^ R LA F W :T,T,OUS ""; M i ... InlendaTo rler aald name with the Clerk of n,. '" '•'" ; : Dade Count}-, Florida HARM B. SMITH, ESQ** '" MKN •Ui'.inev for Applleam J..HI.lne,,l,, Ko.,,|, Ml .,„ u I !.-.,.,. pu. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW th. i! 1 1 IS "BREBT GIVEN that th. underalgned, dcnirlng to ensaae in -VV;Vv'i".v"" T. '"" fi '"""^ 'U'tnl l-vi. e MAM'MCTnil.v, u FI. K 'I %  •,"' Mla 11 """' %  Cbun. ui'iif ,i' .' ,"".''" !" %  'K'"ter Ha Id name Da d h X;„ ;,' k K [„.^ 1 Cir u,,t --"" t 1/30 2 / 6 -,:;-^;"' IS A l:KV ..I I -J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155973 GLADYS GORMAN, Plaintiff. va. LEWJJ8 Til: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIN CHANCERY. No. 15MM W MITZ.NKR, I'lainllff ZXER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I >: Ml I'ZNER, IMI IllaekAugelea, California, lifted that a Hill of nI 'or :. baa bean filed are required to tnawei or I'lead'' Iaw.1 on the 11.\ in il.D SNA i: id, Miami Beach, ll rlitinal Aiiawer 0 of the Clerk i' r before the IMS. if you bj default win %  i for the relief %  ••. i -i; ii.mi of complaint. 'M. AS i t.HDERED at Miami, *-Wa da 5 ..I January, ||Sl! ',• II I. i:\THKKMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, { %  arie County, rtorlda ,. By H II KICK. JR. ', •• tl) Deputy Clerk c.'iRMAN, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION LEW la GORMAN Win Grand Con.oume I iron a, Now York You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaiiu lor Divore. hav been riled atcain.it you and you are hereby required to aerve a oopj ..f \ iur Anawar to the Kin „f Complaint on rra attorney and file the original Anawer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the Itth da) of February, l03; otherwise, the allegatloni of said BUI % %  < Coma-Ill be taken as .-unfvaaed agalnal you. Dat.d this utii day of January, 1953. E. B. I.EATHEHMAN, Clerk of circuit Court By It. II, HICK, JR. Depute Cl.rk J. TAUANOFF, ESQ. Ati..itny fur Plaintiff. 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida '23-3 1 — t/S-U (Seal i pEORGE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat the undei signed, desiritiK I" engage In business under the (lutltloua name ij J. SYDNEY WOI.I-V AKSOCIATES at 163 North Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Oerk of the circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. JOSEPH S Wol.FF ANN WOI-FF HERMAN OKATBON Attorney for Joseph Wolff and Ann Wolff 1/16-2J-J0 — 2/6 LE'vFNT^ M< rMJ,',^ COUMr OTHE £IF*" 0 !" COU^Y^F'JOR" SSVRRAT $ftft a v i ^5 aKB d/b/ SAMSON HI.(.CK in A1NI y. Plainllffs ''V" 1 1 !^, ? B W"I ASTER, a/k/a wu-'i^.'-ANCASTKR and HELEN A. LANCASTER, his wife. NOTICE OF MASTER'S .ALE" 1 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that under I.'LTK Kn ""-.'"' "P"'1 1 Maater. under and by virtue of the Final Drree heretofore entered In the above styled eauae. on the 31t day of Det '-'. 'i'! .';'' %  fff.*' wl ". '•" %  -or ale and sell ,t public auction for caah. to the highes and best bidder, at the south front door of the County Court Houae of Dade (.ounty In the City of Miami .Vf"\? "K Un !u:., Florida tne 2nrt ''ay ?f iJ!" Vh i 1 ? 3 bll ^ n "e houra of 11.00 o clock a.m. and 2:00 o'clock P.m., the aame being a legal aales day. and the hours the legal hours of sale, -he following describ.ul prop. erty, lying situate and being in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lota 1 through s In Block :., CAMBRIDGE I.AWXS PARK" BOBDIVISION, according 18 the Plat thereof, recorded In Dial |t.„,k B0, Pace I "f the Public Recorda or Hade Coimlv. Florida, together with all the tenententa, hereditaments and appurtenants thereunto belonging, or in any wlae appertaining, bein sold to aatlafj aald I >ei lee. DATED tl Miami, DadCounty, Florida, thla 20th day ol January, II.... HARRY GORDON RADI Cl^vi--'' 1 M •*•""'' '" Chancery Attorneya 'for Plaintlffa GENET .V GENET 42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla. 1 13-30 — 2 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage la buUnras under the fictitious name of PALM GARIMJCNS. at 753-J60 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florid*. JACK LENN1CK ANN LKNNICK A BIDD Cl'TLER Attorney for Palm Gardens 1 33-30 — 2/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business ninler the flelitlimname of THE RANCHER MOTEL, at IT80 -V E r.'bth Street, North Miami, Fla.. intends to reglaler aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHAR-THEL CORP. By: HERMAN LAWNER. Treaaurer ALBERT L. ROSEN Attorney for Char-Thel Corp. 710 71st Kt. Mliimi Beach. Fla. 1 16-23-30 — 2/ huM HPIRT \An. T ,v F0R DIVORCC 4"I-;.-. ^Berkley IrL are i. Hill %  i c by i for notl>ij against youi an, %  '. %  ; to* ; n e ,J i"'iii'i.'iiiii, „ i .... Bill '" I'liiintlffs AC %  \RB, i B.W, Itnd 1 ie ...Iglnnl %  .'fi, e of ill Court on or II.!.. *ill be i lament bj .'.•fxi: AM %  for the of Coin. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FASHIONS -OF MIAMI, at 133* N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Intenda to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIAMI FASHIONS. INC. BERICK, SHAPIRO A FRIED Attorneya for Applicant 120 l.ioeoln Koad I'16-23-30 — 2/6 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 156106 PHILIP DEMBNER, Plaintiff vs. ROSE DEMBNER. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE DEMBNER, 16:... Cnlon Street. Bntoklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you. and you are roquli ed to serve a copy of your Anawer or Pli udlng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. STEPHEN F KHSSLF.R, 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of February, 19.',3. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of January, J^U. 1953. E 1! I.EATHEHMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade county, Florida By M. C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. 1'33-30 I 1-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS k .-. !" NAME LAW vard and Northeast 62nd ami, Florida, intends to name with the Clerk %  OUrl of Dade County MARTIN HOTEL, LEGAL NOTICE Street, Mlreglater said of the i 'II ill Hop-Ida. INC By: MARTIN T. fioODM \.\ President ATTEST JEANNE OOt >D.MAN Secretary STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, Baa Attorney f 0r Applicant 1/30 — 3/6-13-Sv IM J HB CIRCUIT COURT OF THF AND V !nV*'r£ ,C,A "TRCU.T "IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR U>A IN CHANCERY. N 0 l&Sgji ROGER PASHA, Pla.ntlff ^ m "' S il-£rS SHA •"'"' %  dant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OJSELE BASHA, 4* TJSSlur v^,'.f.lS?"" uu Prince. Haiti ..-. L i > A .f tE HB REBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of CompUInt for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled oauae and you are hereby required to aerve a copy of ynuV the Plaintiff's attorneya. and file the 'ih.^ru S P" U "' ,h CUrk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of March, UW3, otherwise a Decree Pro Confess., will be entered against you. This notice shall he published once f,V'vX£'\l'£-,'':!'. r '"""O'-iillve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN L>ated at Miami. Florida,'thla tttg day of January, 1!.:,:; E B I.EATHEHMAN, Clerk of circuit Court ,_ By: M. c GREEN !?:';",' ,, Deputy clerk PA I.I.I >T. BIL.VER Mi-Liny Attorneya for i-iaintirr si-4 iiiKiahani p Building, Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to eng business under the fli tftl itai f B & A SHOP, al 101 N Krome Av elm,-, Homestead, Fla Intend! I latei aald na with the Cl %  l"' '"' lvu 1 L'ourl of Dade Co .!, I-1*.| Ida i. !" .'I 0 iS SPH s lil: UN s ; Ownei HI TNER and HUTNER Attorneya for R \A Khop 1/30 — 1/3-13-20 NOTICE UNOiR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlutt the undersigned, desiring t. l.usii..-ss under Uio flctUloiu name of I IB-DOR COMPANY, al 2221 S.Vk 37th Avenue. Miami, intends :., register said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plori/3o I, 3 l /' :' l 3 '.j,; AXTOR s le wne '' IN THE COURT OF THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT 1, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 14,677 HARMON EDWARD UEBERWITZ, JO. PI .intiff, l.EWls ALFRED SCOTT, Defendant NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given I u under and by virtue ol a Win of Exei ution laaued In the aboi e styled i we by the Clerk of t!„. Circuit Cent. In and for Dad.County, Florida, an i Ii n Uvtng I..,.,, made, l will offer for sale and sell to the hlgheal and beat iidd.r for caah, between tin houra of 1:00 o'clock in the forenoon and 3:00 oolock iii the afternoon on the 2nd da) of March, 10S3, at the South (-ront door .,f the Court House ;n Miami. Dade County, Florida, the following described property: Ixit 18. Block 21 of LIBERTY CITY, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Pint Book 7 ut Pag. ;:• of the Public Recorda of Dade County, 1 Iorlda. as the property of the BasM LEWIS ALFRED SCOTT to satisfy sail Win of Execution. Dated this 33rd day of January, 19.13. at Miami, Dade County, Florida. THOMAS J KELLY, Sheriff. Dude County, Florida By JOHN KBRIEN, Deputy Sheriff 1/30 — f/C-13-20 II t Miami, Januai > n '"KllMAX, Court, da fTtJCKINQ Deputj Clerk as? ii.. npr mdB v-** M in ^N-O (8ok! o^,^, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undet signed, desiring t. engage in buslneas under the fictitious name of STONE'S LACNDERETTE, at :i"T.l H 7th Av.-, Miami. Intend to i.-cald name with the Clerk of the Circuit CUM ,,f Dade County, Florida, EDITH 11 STONE Rl iBRRT W ST' INE STEPHEN F, KI>-I.ER Attorni > for Applli ante l 8 W 33nd Ave. I .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iind.i sign.-d, desiring to engage in bi. sines-. Under the flctuloua name of MIAMI SHELL Ml.; CO, at 1731 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intenda to register said name with the Ckrk of the Circuit" Court of lHde County, Florida. Mil IN K INC By MILTON FILLER. President STEI1I1CN F. KESSI.ER Attorn*)/or Applicant 4 S W. t3atd Avenue l/K-23-30 / NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155069 ELBIRN TALP.oT and NATALIE TAI.BOT, his wife. Plaintiffs MARGARET C. JACQUES, aka MARGARET C. IUSSELL and RUSSEL. her husband. Defendants SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: MARGARET C JACQUES, aka MARGARET C. RUSSELL and RUSSEL, her husband 137th Street 37th Avenue Dade County. Florida Mailing address: Kt. 3 Poet offi.-e Box 331-D, Hollywood, Florida You Margai.-t c Jacquea, aka Margaret C Russell and .. Rusael. her husband, are hereby notified that a Kin of Complaint to Foreclose Mortise* haa been filed against you, and you aie required to aerve a copy of nan Anawei or Pleading! to the Bill of Complaint on the I'lainllff-' Attorney, AMOS BENJAMIN. SOS CMympla Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of tinci, ik f the Circuit Court on oi befori the 33rd day of February. PCS. If you fail to do ... judgment by default w-iu be taken t vou for the relief dl manded in the BUI of C ulalnt. DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami i i this 21st da> of January, 1953 E B LKATHER.NIAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Count) I ... By WM W 8TOCKINO, Deputy clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgm d, deairlna to engag< In I.I i-in. n undi r the flctltlou nam of BENDIX LAUNDRY, at 330 N W Eighth Avenue, Miami, Dade Cointy, Florida.. Intends to register said rame with the Clerk of the Cil.uit Court of Dade County, Florida ANTON MIKOLICH (Sole Owner) WILLIAM I BRENNER 430 Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Fla. 1/11-33-30 ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 155804 FRANCES LILLIAN DEWEY. Plaintiff WILLIAM E DEWEY. ER R.l-D 4 Altmar, New York, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: WILLIAM E DEWEY, BR lou are hereby notified that %  Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been nled against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN I-' KESSI.ER. 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of February, l5;l If you fall to do ao. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weekl in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 13th day of January, AD l!'.-.3. E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florlila iCIrcult Court Seali By WM. VV. STOCKING 1.16-23-30 — 2/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 155902 SYLVIA SHIRLEY BOCK. i'lainllff. vs. MILTON THEODORE BOCK. 1 'cfendant. TO: MILTON THEODORE HiiL'K: US ill6.'i0 72, Co. "H2RW OTB OUTC Alerdeen Prov. Or. Maryland You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Kill of c„nivlaint aor Divorce on the pailntiff's attorney, and to file th.original anawer la the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the p;th dav of February, A D 1M3; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for DtVoree, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as enfeaaed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the llth <\AY of January, la.'-.'t. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the i 'li en I i '< art, l lade i '..let \. i ., ..:., ill i '.-ai t 8< al) l:> W.M \\ STOCKING. Deput) I N ime ami Addreaa of Itor: MILTON A R1EDMAN > Idg. Miami. Florida I CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO Wllo.M THESE PREH ENTS SHAI.l. COME. GREETINGS: This li to certify that, Daniel Cravltt, Miami, Fla \ Keith Pathman, .Miami i: i h. Fla. Stephen F Kessler, Miami. FI %  i.e. 'athman, Miami Bgaeh, l" did "ii the 4th day of August, AD. I'.'.-j oauae to be Incorporated under the proylilons ..f chapter 15096, IJIWS ..f llorhli. Acts ol 1*35, PATIIMANCR I LVITT INSURANCE, INC -. corporation, with itprim pal nlaci ol at Rurfside, l lad Coti ty, in the State -.f Florida, an I a hi the propel ifflcei did on the I'-th da) of Sep. t. nbei. Ai' 1952, c HI-,, to be fll< -i in the ..li Ice of the K State of thState of Ploi Id i, a d floated reaolution adopted by the atoikholder* under the provlaioni of -aid Chaptei 10096, Lawa of I'l %  da, Ada of im'.'.. Showing the dissolution of h eorii-.p-at ion. and I of siate is -ati.fie.i thai -ierequire mints (if law have I... a compiled uith IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set II. \ band and hay.affixed th. Great Seal of the state of Florida, %  <' Tallahassee, the Capital, this th.• itth day of September, A D. I53. (SEAL) R. A GRAY. Seeretai \ ..f .-: i te 2 H. ..: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 155884 JOSEPH GALLAGHER. Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN GALLAGHER. Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: EVBLTN GALLAGHER • C 0 Nettie RlletloUl 36.'. East Liberty Street Charles Town, W'c-T Virginia TOU, EVELYN GALLAGHER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for DiVOCCO has been f.!--.| gainst you, and you arc required to aerve %  oop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tha plaintlffa Attorney. ROBERT J. I.EWISON. :is Beyoold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offli a of the ci.-rk of the circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Dad.County, Florida, up or before the i.;th day of February, 1353. ir you tail to do go, Judgment by default will be taken against you for 'he relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once .-aeh week for four consecutive weeks In Till'. JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED In chambers at Miami, Dade County. Florida, thla 16th day of January. I9B. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court a By W.M. W. STACKING. Deputy Clerk 1 /16-23-30 — I •> ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tk Jerwish Floridicm %  Hcita your lsxjal notice*). W apprej date) your puUonaoo) cma QUCUUIBV to* acc u rate) acerrlc*) at l*)aal rate. Phone 2-1141 *or meosengar sarric*. SEITLIN F. COMPANY X. PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAOEt PHONE 9-3836 IS H. s. a,-.* T. MIAMI St. FLA.



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^iVFTBRUAHY 6, 1953 r f • %  Jfmirtnnrtrm+r, Miami Convalescent Home specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serves. Special Dieta Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 PAGE 9B SUNRAYr-AkK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSAN ITAMUM roe HOT. COMVALESCCMCS AND OMOWC USU %  as .w. OT cousrr FLORIDAj i leinhards To Be ^ted For Work ,t Torch Vodaath David Levinson, Miami Beach Ugious anil civic loader, has been umed chairman of the Testimon| Dinner to be given in honor of fcr. and MrSamuel Reinhard for leir work in support of Yeshiva kah Vodaath and Mcsivta. Announcement of Levinson's.ackptanrc was made by Rabbi MosiBryskman, field director of the irgest orthodox Jewish theologil seminar, in the United States. | Reinhard. who lives in Miami, been active in Yeshiva Torah lodaatli a n d Mesvita since he lriped to found it. He is also one t the pioneers of the Young Ismovement throughout the fnitcd States. He is one of the unders of the Creator Miami Hew Academy, a member of its ord of Directors and its co-treasr. |The dinner will be held at the pward Hotel. 953 Collins Avenue, t Sunday, March 15th, 6 p.m. The Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center accepts a plaque denoting its victory in the Annual Inter-School Maccabiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education Left to right are-Sheila Levine, Mr. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the Religious School. Susan Zimmerman, Richard Stembook, Mrs. Charles Ratner, sponsor of the award, Judy Applebaum. Saul Rabin, educational director of the Center Religious School and Stephen Farber. The five students who won first place in their respective athletic events were awarded special ribbons and prizes. A sixth winner, Kenneth Levitt, is not pictured. The prize for the school is a group of books for its library. hbi Shapiro Named ) Serve On JDC (At the 38th Annual Meeting of • National Council held in New brk City on January 10th, Rabbi p Shapiro was elected to serve the Joint Distribution ComIttee. Gables Center Adults To Hear Talk On Greatness Guest speaker at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Adult Education Group will Be John B. Orr, according to Mrs. Peter Glazer, chairman. Orr will discuss: Is This A Time For Greatness. The group meets on Sunday, February 8th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI RES. 2 1598-3-9969 Ses or Phoni Ms NAT GANS 3-4611 — 4 MSI LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lits Int. Co. •07 Blseayne Bldg. 1 W. Flagler St. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Msvs you. roof rspilrod now; yaw will isvs on a ntw roof later '•Satisfactory Work by Expsrlsncad Man" 414 •W. 23nd AvMIM PHONI 4-1 MIAMI HEALTH FOOD CENTRE YOUR UPTOWN CROSSTOWN HEALTH FOOD SHOP l % „:„ Diabetic, Slenderizing, and Salt-Frea Foods c£io". y V U n'. a,u r 1 eal,n Fo '" ,, • Foo<1 Supplements. Health Ac Organic Cnm„„., 1 '.*? %  SUt L Coo in 0 Ware, Lending Library. Books. S ini C Co m < Fertilizer Bacteria Processed. Mroar,i M IK W ~ th STREET MIAMI 38. FLORIDA Qaret M. EhN.ne. Director Telephone 7-7502 SERGE V. MANKELL SIGNS 7K0CK LCTTtBING WALLS BOARDS Gold Leaf All KINDS OF LETTERING 1719 S.W. 1st STREET Phono 82-3759 (Since 1925) Rabbi loMoh E. Rackonky 845 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone) 5 3595 ^" %  ^ei r "^^e?*^^C?^6'-*eVv^v^>^ x ^ & fi f make sure your family and friends in food-short Israel can enjoy the traditional Seder feast. five


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*Je*lshfk*Mian PAGE 5B In Your ? s Enters fl rsal Phase L rehearsal f<-r the origin c.ion. Sand In Your flared by the Greater CS Community CUf. tl las week, it was an% Professor Sam H.rsch, we re Held and parts asJfr^ssion conducted on '"'of [he Center 1 Town l^cor Hirsch presented a 7?,he script for the, pig. j' he wrote, earlier at his |fl,ose actively participating lnnM thr producUon, and Hor the reading included president. Stanley C. My, ^u.ive director. Mraun L Svlwa durtkoi. producer,; Robert Strassburg. director; Mrs. Ann King, director. G cohen, son of pioneer Isidore Cohen; Mrs. HoiBert publicity director; and |el Tropp. center director of than 100 individuals have signed up for participating jous phase.of the produc [professor Hirsch indicated ek that there is still room .talent. The show is sched' Sunday night. March 1st, foami Beach Auditorium. Compare turn New officers of the Southeast Federation of Temple Sisterhoods installed in a ceremony at Albany, Geordla, "are 'left to right) the Me3dames Harold Thurman, Miami, historian; Henry Sotomonson, Atlanta, treasurer; Myer Blumberg, president; Hyman Miller, Birmingham, new director; and N. S. Rubin, Pensacola, parliamentarian. Back row (left to right) are the Mesdames Sam Mohr, Atlanta, 1st vice president; and Sidney Katz, Dotha n, secretary. Set Plans For Cardiac Tag Day |0W OPEN THE NEW tONNOR 6, TINDER iLF RANGE 8300 S.W. 8th ST. (Timiimi Trail) I* GoH Balls .iod High Grade lei (or Your Ue jerHcnt Lighting for |ht Practice Impute Line cf Gol Md. in Ir Pro Shop ilf Leiioni by Bill Tinder, |t> Tinder and Chuck Wilson en 10 A.M. To 11 P.M. Fifteenth annual tag day to raise funoVs for National Children's Cardiac Hospital will be held this year on Saturday, February 7th, under the auspices of the three supporting chapters of the institution in Greater Miami. Arrangements for the one-day campaign with the slogan Have A Heart—Save A Heart were announced jointly on Saturday by Mrs. Julius Weiner, president of the Dade chapter; Mrs. Arthur M. Chasan, president of the Flamingo chapter; and Mrs. Sal Ramagli, president of the Miami chapter. Captain* for tha chapters have issued an appeal for volunteers to h#H> tag tha citizens for tha benefit of tha non-soetarian national institution which to maintained on Wast Flagler Street for tha banafit of ehildran with cardiac ailmants. Volunteers are asked to report to 124 Shoreland Arcade. 1657 Washington Avenue or 6261 SW 16th Terrace. The Cardiac Hospital here maintains an Out-Patient Clinic for I rheumatic children at 4250 West Flagler Street. North Shore B'nai B'rith Holds Benefit The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold n Hillel Benefit Luncheon and Card Party on Tuesday, February 10th, 12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs Irving Greenfield. 40 Star Island. Mrs. George Levenson is president of the Chapter. Chairman of the Luncheon and Card Party is Mrs. Murray Herlands. In charge of tickets are Pat Wollowick and Tillie Wolf son. Proceeds will go to the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Couplvft Club To Hold Frolic The Couples Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold a February frolic on Saturday. February 7th, 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch. A special program of games, dancing, music and entertainment has been planned for the occasion. Serving on the refreshment and program committee are the Mesdames Harry Solloway, Martin Zelkin, Gerald Goldstein, William Zuckerman, Paul Callum. Israel Silver and Mr. Bernard Segal. I U&\JST BROSR> f /.'fhi-BMrf4 t • YOUR INCOME TAX • co^c R l D v j. E. MARQUA FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT IMIAMI REAL ESTATE MART ""£;, ^.T HOLLAND HONEY CAKES ARE DELICIOUS NO FAT Oft SUCAft VSfD EAT FOOD THAT IS REAUY 0000 FOt YOU IN IVMY WAY BUY ONE TODAY !! D i I r i b • f e d by fochran Distributing Co. 161 N.E. 30th St. \ \+ Jwjjwgj TONIGHT S:( X>P.M. MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTMMI SOUTH [ND OF CQWNSiAVB,. • NO MINORS ALLOWED The on the front of the label of Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans is the official seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. It's your guarantee that your "flavorite" ovenbaked beans are Kosher and pareve s trictly vegetarian! A delightful dish for either meat or dairy meals! A "meichel"! HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS



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l^wilslhJEIIiDipidliiQun FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1953 SEC. B "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) .• %  > %  <*N |TA jia of the Jubileers, the Motor Corp3 for the Third Annual Jubilee of Mount Sinai Hosfbrouqh! cut these volunteer workers who will deliver tickets for th? celebrity-packed to contributors throughout the Greater Miami area. Once again headed by Ed Sullivan, ibilee is scheduled for March 5th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Holding the sign Sam Coolik, at whose home ihe meeting took place. Other Jubileers are (left to right) lam Glick. Miss Felicia Orovitz. Mrs. Joseph Postol, Mrs. Tommy Taylor, Mrs. J. d Specter, Mr*. Paul Grossinger and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. Not shown are Mrs. Howard Mrs. Jerry Blank, Miss Jimmy Cobbs and Miss Henni Goldman. K Harry Zukernick As Chairman Of Metropolitan Unit; Calls Workers Zukernick. Miami Beach and act no civic worker, n appointed to head the olitan Division <>f the 1953 ped Jewish \ppeal. [a of the Metropolitan Di|*as set la>t week at $75,000, trease over 1952 gifts of over S69.otX) in this group. rrniflr called an immediate from his native New York, Zuker nick has been a practicing attorney here and has served in many civic and governmental agencies. He is a graduate of,the Brooklyn Law School and a member of the Legal Institutes Committee and the Public Relations Committee of the Florida Bar. A past president of the Miami Beach Bar nc* with Metropolitan lead-"^ 50 !" 1 011 and a member of the School. Student IKurHpH Will Bv Feted Students enrolling in the February class at Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing will be honored by the student body at a Valentine Day Dance to be held on February 14th. at Temple Beth Sholom. Registration in the new class for the year's course at the hospital is still open. Information for entrance may be secured from Miss Frieda Lebensbaum, director of the INSIDE ISRAEL: The American Government is considering a serious change *in its system of sending experts to Israel to assist in the development of the .Jewish state Most of the experts sent from Washington to Israel have been "desk men" They have been at their desks in Washington for many years, and although they know their respective fields, their knowledge seems to be mostly on the theoretical side They have been away too long from practical work ... A project is therefore now being considered to give expert aid to Israel through contracting companies These companies will, under contract with the US Government, send teams of experts to Israel to do a job just as they would complete any other contract And it is believed that under such a system Israel will benefit more than under the present setup of assigning experts from various government departments for advisory work in Israel Incidentally, the new approach of the Israel Cabinet to economic controls, will make life much easier for Americans who may be sent by private companies to work in Israel Already clothes rationing has been abolished in Israel Also, cancelled and some food ra tioning, soap rationing and fuel rationing Proposals to decon trol the entire economy, even to withdrawing restrictions on the use and flow of money into and out of Israel arc being considered For food, the plan is no longer to ration it but rather to decontrol it The assumption is that the government must guarantee a min imum supply of food and that the rest will and can be bought freely at reasonable prices. Id announced that a streamJ area campaign" plan has developed for use in the curprive. ording to the plan, Dade • will be divided into several japhic units, each of which is %  duct its separate autonomous jF^Sh* g *m. 1 _J Wjj tM f ^v L "N—-J if ww Harry Zukernick Paitfn. The.,, areas are: Miami !" -Miami. c„ral Gables, HiaUmi Spunks, Flagler-Gra"• west Miami and North Dade. Jjmeements will be made V, il l P'ntments of majors ead these ureas A more Dade County Bar Association's Grievance Committee, Zukernick ] Was appointed a member of the Dade County Welfare .Board by ex-1 Governor Millard Caldwell, and he served as chairman of District No., 9 of that Board. He was founder and president of the Miami Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and is a director of Temple Beth Sholem Men's Club. During the war, Zukernick served as attorney for the Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing Corpora tioni He is past president of the Civic League of Miami Beach and of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge. In addition to serving with I many civic groups, Zukernick has been active on the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is at present on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Center. He was admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court and is a member of the Miami Beach Planning Committee. In past years, Zukernick was active in espousing pasteurization of milk } in Dade County, beautification of MacArthur Causeway, the voting I of bonds for the Miami Beach MuI nicipal Auditorium and other conI structive public projects. j He is an active member of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Mi I ami Beach Elks, the Brandeis Asi sociates and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The Metropolitan Campaign will | be launched officially at the end MEN AND DEEDS'. The "young guard" in the B'na' B'rith ranks are already conducting a campaign to have Philip Klutznik, of Chicago, elected national president of the organization at ; the forthcoming convention ... He is one of the most able men in the ; B'nai B'rith leadership and ail indications point to his beir.^ the next B'nai B'rith president i There seems to bo no truth in the I humor that Mrs Vera Weizmann, wife of the late President of Israel. may be appointed a member of the I Israel delegation to the United Nations and remain in New York People close to Mrs. Weizmann say that her only wish is to return to Israel and spend her time at Rehovot, where Dr. Weizmann is buried ... It seems that Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Council, is not particularly anxious to have the activities of the Council expanded in a hurry The process of transferring some of the activities of the American section of the Jewish Agency to the American Zionist Council will therefore be a slow one The next issue of the American Zionist, official organ of the Zionist Organization of America, will be dedicated to Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver on his 60th birthday ... A 14-column article by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, evaluating Dr. Silver's services to the Zionist cause, will be one of the articles in this issue, according to ZOA Information • The recent resignation of Israel's Chief of Staff Yigal Yadin and the appointment of his deputy in his place will soon bring other resignations and replacements in the top command of Israel's Army R can he revealed now that General Yadin resigned because of differences of opinion with Defense Minister David Bcn-Gurion His successor, Mordecai Makleff. who is a professional soldier, is expected to work in closer harmony with the Defense Minister. LOOK for this SIGN 5 f f .tcr* concentrated, intensive' 0 f February, and it is expected that 1 be conducted in the approximately 2.000 volunteers fpolitan Divtaion this yeai ermek said. 'Through a careweakdown of the Dade County J9 Mocks and streets, every Mm will be given an oppoTDhini P ar, '" Pate in ,He 1953 nbmed Jewish Appeal" 5£T! UM urRent need for ne* If!""*'""" Prospects*Zu rman em Phasized the health and welfare institutions Toftr eascd costs f pw a 8cncies. onun to Miam, Beach in 1935 will participate in the door-to-door phase of the drive. Zukernick's first official action was a direct mail appeal to the several hundred Jewish civic, fraternal, religious and social organizations in Dade County, urging their leaders to announce the need for volunteer workers in the Metropolitan Division. Miami Zionists Meet The Miami Young Zionist District met last night at Beth David Congregation. .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 Phonea 3-4225 — 3-6823 MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashnitl



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*Y6. 1953 -Jmlsl>nQrlr**M Persons Attend line Annual jet On Sunday Lc than 500 persons, including trs of the (Jreatcr Miami Jewfederation and its constituent Lies, attended the 9th Annual Ijns Sunday of the Jewish \e for the Aged at Douglas Oarc He.-ne also celebrated its I anni'. ersary there and was L(l by M •' %  Kopclowitz, chairI of the Board of Directors. rob Slier and Judge Harold B. It dedicaterl the Sher Plaque lonor and paid tribute to the ersons who had fulfilled their ees of S3.000 or more to the he Over S200,000 was raised ugh the Sher Plan in 1949, for purchase of Douglas Gardens. Sard Chairman Kopclowitz paid lie to Monte Selig, treasurer le Home, who passed away last week, i member>hip unanimously ap|ed a reeommendation of the utive Committee to amend the litution so that a minimum residence of 18 months in |ter Miami instead of 3 years tquired of persons applying kdmission psident Abe Kurnian gave his j I report in which he describkvelopments and progress dur|952 Kurman emphasized that Home has been faced with a us problem in the lack of adefacilities for the chronically ksidents. pplementin: the Kurman re" on this point. Baron de Hirsch kr. vice president of the Home, led that plans for the Jack Memorial Building for the hically ill were being rapidly poped and that about $67,000 goal of S100.000 has thus far [ raised ho Home will make every efIto construct this Memorial ping in 1953." he said. I meeting concluded with the Ion of 19 Hoard members. [are Sidney Ansin. R. W. Apte, I Chives, Mrs Isadora Cohen, i N L Cowen, M. J. Kopelo[ Abe Kurman. Barney B. Lee. I-evino. Mrs. Baron de Meyer. Ben Meyers, Jack Mick. David Phillips, Ben ry. Joseph Socolof, Gus Trau, pseph M. Weidberg, Harold nan and Harry Speier. ^icers of the Home are Abe nan. president; Judge Harold pact, honorary president; M. Jopelowitz, chairman of the S. I. Bernbaum, Baron de PAGE 3 A The Beth El Hebrew Academy PTA will meet on February 12th, 2:30 p.m., in the Dora August Memorial Hall. Main business will be to make final arrangements for the Purim Carnival on Sunday, March 1st, in the Academy Patio. Guest speaker will be Dr. Charles Rosenield, pediatrician. His topic will be: Emotional Problems In Infancy And Early Childhood. Adult Institute Will Hear Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, will address the second session of the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies on Wednesday, February 11th, at 9 p.m. He will discuss: Can The Synagogue Become The Center Of American Jewish Life? The Adult Institute of Jewish Studies, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Jewish organizations of Miami, meets on Wednesday at the Bureau Building. 135 NW 3rd Avenue. Classes in Elementary Hebrew. Conversational Hebrew and Elementary Yiddish are held in the first hour from 8 to 9 p.m. Jan Hart At \Yis<> HadauHah ###* Something new will be added to the next regular meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah on Monday, February 9th, at 1 p.m. Members and their friends will be entertained by leading performers at a musical coffee. Jan Bart, radio, television and supper club personality will head the program. Bart, who has recently returned from an extensive tour of Israel, is well known here, having performed in several clubs in Miami. Also featured will be Lillian Robbins, former soloist of Radio City Music Hall. Miss Jean Jaffee, organist and pianist, will accompany For the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! Showr^obove ore officers and rxn1icipar^r^e_Sher^^ cited at a meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. Beth El Academy ?TA To Meet On Thursday the performers. ter chairman, will be chairman for Mrs. Rhea Gladwin. Medical Cen-| the afternoon. Hirsch Meyer and Gus Trau. vice presidents; Archie Grcenbcrg, financial secretary'; Mrs. Sol Silver-' man, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording secretary. JNDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 8th — 8:00 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 1420 DREXEL AVENUE ESERVATIONS: Phone 51-4741 — 9-9501 — Box Office Fab. 8th Tickets $1.50, Tax Included 1 1 i £ 8 ft A T I H G 4 0 T HA M N I V I R S A H Y Farband-Labor Zionist Order Mtur A V ersa,i,e P">9rm of Drama, Sonqs, Comedy &f he foremost artists of the American and Jewish stane • BERTA GERSTEN • AL HARRIS AKUVA TSADOK and NACHUM NARDI JACOB BEN AMI BEN BONUS MANISCHEWITZ America's Favorite KOSHER WINE NOOUCf0 MO I0IIIID BY MONARH WIN! CMPWY. INC. BUSH lEtMHUl. BtOOKLTN. N. T. Exclusive Distributors NATIONAL WINES. INC. SAM BLANK, President Phone 3-8739 CAMEO T II %  A T K RWASHINGTON AT 15th MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY thru THURSDAY. FEB. 10-12 COMPUTE NEW SONGS DANCES LAUGHTER YIDDISH STAGE SHOW T Or THE NEW YORK YIDDISH ENTERTAINMENT WORLD Directed by Lt.s Schochter '"ho Pittrack Orchestra I ?nV h Scr -" """ I I-'as "Anything Can Happen" •HEILMAN EZSm FUNIRAl CMAPH*. |M. K ; 1743 BAY ROAD NEAR DADR BOULEVARD 58-0323 5-0664 24 HR. AMBULANCE SERVICE NIW YORK CITY: 1512 GRAND CONCOURSI TREMONT 2-4800 Mea HeMmea B.rt+ia HelUea SceSrkk Hellmea Elvin Htllmee Be* LeaJer. P.D. "Cenne rV Tlseee Yea Case rW there's nothing under the Miami sun to compare with the exciting Israel Exposition see it today at 1604 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Open Sunday thru Thurdoy, 3 p.m. lo 11 p.*. Saturday evening, 7 p.m. lo 11 p.n. Admission 254 Air-conditioned Vitamin-rich Nourishment Wins New Friends for Kosher Nu-Maid "Table-Grade" Margarine It's been a long time acoming, but a minor revolution of aorta is taking place in thousands of Jewish kitchens these days — and the result, to hear housewives tell it. is all to the good. Women who never used margarine before. Including many who for years actively resisted the idea, arc turning in increasingly greater numbers to Kosher Nu-Maid "Table-Grade" Margarine, not only aa the family's table spread, but for frying, baking and creaming as well. To most of these women, one of the major inducements is the fact that Nu-Maid la kosher — actually, the only margarine that carries the "U" endorsement of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. And for nutrition-minded mothers, an important consideration is that Nu-Maid, unlike most other spreads at any price, la generously enriched with both Vitamin A and Vitamin D. This extra nutritional advantage is sufficient, in normal daily servings, to provide growing youngsters with 62% of their minimum dally requirements of these two important vitamins. Aa a table-spread. Nu-Maid Margarine provide* a consistently high quality equalled only by the finest of luxury-priced spreads; it has the same fine, fresh flavor most families are accustomed to in the best of far costlier spreads. Among the thousands of Jewish families who have switched to Kosher Nu-Maid, the general opinion is that "you can't tell the difference" in taste, in texture and inviting golden color — yet budget-wise houswives are quick to appreciate the substantial difference in Nu-Maid's cost. Because of this saving, you can serve Nu-Maid lavishly as a delicious spread on sandwirhes. toast and crackers; in addition, you can do the sort of fine home-baking that is so often prohibitive in cost when a luxury-priced spread is used — and the results, if anything, are superior in many respects. Cakes baked with Nu-Maid are lighter, fluffier, more tender in texture — consistently so because of Nu-Maid's consistently high quality. In frying, too. Nu-Maid Margarine offers certain unique advantages. It does not spatter, smoke or burn, at higher temperatures than those at which you can safely use a costlier type of spread. Foods fried in Nu-Maid are crisp, tasty and digestible. Packaged in an eye-catching "zip-pak" yellow wrapper. Kosher Nu-Maid Margarine comes four prints to the pound in convenient California-style quarters that are ideal in size for all butter dishes. Nu-Maid "Table-Grade" Margarine, with the Kosher "U" on the package, is featured at leading grocery, and dairy stores throughout this area.



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fSuARY^^ +J*Wl*l>nn r iri** r PAGE 3 B TpiTOL SPOTLIGHT M By MILTON FRIEDMAN nN \ s a reward for designing the world's first F i "ubmarim-. Captain Hyman G. Rickover, US Navy, has rented promotion and will be forced to retire at the age free OM uf ;| Dr ,i]i an t career. Captain Rickover is Jewish. 1 j C tTLnhowcr was asked to investigate the case by Sidney L Illinois Democrat. Yates also, requested the Senate Armed '' ?" ittec to find out why Captain Rickover was turned down Lrftanon two occasions when other officers with far less senFd nfcrior records were promoted to the grade of rear I 7 195? Captain Rickover received the following com•y from Secretary of the Navy Kimball: "Captain Rickover, '"" any 0 ther individual, i responsible for the rapid developLl the nuclear-powered hip program. His efforts have lad to tp f the keel of tho world** first nuclear cowered ship dvince of its original schedule." Secretary Kimball added % Rickover has accomplishad tho most important piece of dentnt work in the history of the Navy." It the very next day. despite the statement by the Secretary of [a Naval Selection Board passed over Rickover's name for I tnd time on a list of captains eligible for promotion. The others rear admirals, but Rickover will be forced by the Boards deciretire within a few months when he will have completed 30: lervice If promoted, he ould have remained on duty. The fact | r envisioned and designed the atomic-powered submarine now' [construction was apparently ignored by the Board. L of the nation's outstanding electrical engineers, Captain W was graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in Six years ago, he began planning an atomic submarine. Last when President Truman laid the keel of the Rickover submarle Jewish officer was publicly praised as the man chiefly deof credit Later, the Secretary of the Navy pinned the Legion rit on his chest. rit is taking all possible action in hit Congressional office ure justice in the Rickover cat*. The Congressman pointed out ["Wt are engaged in a despe r a t e) race with a deadly enemy for liscovery of secrets of nuclear power the control of which may •termine our fate and the fate of other free notions. To cornMs man to retire from active service is appalling." (Tho Naval j's decision makes it mandatory that Captain Rickover leave I levy "0 June 30th.) Lptain Rickover, said Yates, "has exhibited more than any other i in the Navy, the vision to adapt thermonuclear power to naval ;es. To my mind, he deserves the promotion which would perlini to remain in the Navy. Even more important, however, it Jto me that it is in the best interests of the nation that he be (the promotion in order that his talents may continue to be used Llional defense. Only God and the. members of the Naval Selecard know what occurs during the deliberations of the Board." fates knew of what he spoke. Governor Adiai Stevenson effectively anti-Semitism at high levels in the Navy Department in 1942, he was special assistant to Navy Secretary Frank Knox. This evealed by Rabbi Paul Richman, former national representative B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League in Washington. |Rabbi Richman said Stevenson over-ruled the top brass in m r of instances mainly involving denial of commissions to Jews use of prejudice. Stevenson cooperated closely with the ADL %  with naval officers who experienced difficulties because of their lion, the Rabbi said. %  treason visualized a program to combat discrimination in the | Department. One Naval commander told how anti-Semitic elel in the Navy hierarchy in 1942 sought to deprive him of his combn He described the action Stevenson took. The commander told ["Stevenson made a thorough Investigation and. as a result of his Bgs, Secretary Knox overruled the brass hats, thereby preventing would have been an injustice to me, and because of the bad and erous precedent it would have established, a disservice to the %  A week or two after Secretary Knox had made his ruling, Mr. knson sent for me and, after exchanging pleasantries, spoke about lllows: Commander, there has been a great deal of complaint [when men of Jewish origin apply for commission in the Navy I are being rejected mainly because of racial discrimination. The tt may be well founded. I don't know, but I'd like to find out. If 1 we should immediately put a stop to this nefarious practice. Each is application should be considered purely on its merits—not on iiasis of race, creed, or social standing.'" DOG RACING NIGHTLY ( Kxcopt Sunday) flest flanbi KENNELlUB (tod 9&qkSt.


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in PEBRUARYG^W +J(**l*tn*rHtor PAGE 5A *>. ,H, s s Joan Eromberg Lerg, Block bse June Kites Joan Bromborg and Mason gek, former University of students, plan a June wedlr engagement is announced bride-elect's parents, Mr. i rs Richard Bromborg. of i.>. Illinois. hn entertained liner recently in the La Rue %  rant. |Block is Ihe son of Mr. and lharles Block. 2842 Pine Tree I He attended Admiral Farraademy and was a member of Ubda Phi Fraternity at the rsity of Miami. Miss Barbara Moldaver Miss Moldaver Will Wed Mr. Richman Miss Barbara Maldaver will exchange vows with Robert Richman in August. A former University of Miami student, the bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Moldaver, Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Richman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richman, 480 SW 62nd Court. He was a sergeant in the Air Force for three years. jh Fashion Show | Monday, February 9th, the Group of Hadassah will it 12:30 p.m., for a Dessert Icon and Fashion Show at Be Beth Sholom. Members Jiew Esther Hadassah, mornI night wearing fashions from of Lincoln Hoad. Rabbi Mescheloff At Yiddish Forum Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be guest speaker at Der Yiddisher Forum tomorrow evening, 8:30 p. m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Subject of his talk is scheduled as: Religious Trends in American Jewish Life. Rabbi Mescheloff is spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob. He is also president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and the Jewish National Fund Council here. Westview Features Bridge, Canasta Piny A recent Bridge Party Night at Westview Country Club brought out England'1 movie and stags per-; sonality Georgia Harris as guest of.j Mr. K. E. Bloom. Some 33 bridge experts particij pated in the tournament. Playing host to her brother, Mr. Joseph Kaufman, of Los Angeles, California, was Mrs. Larry Rosenberg. Mr. Kaufman is a movie producer currently interested in introducing cinerama here. He has been responsiblc for such motion picture hits as Sudden Fear, It Happened On Fifth Avenue and The Babe Ruth Story. Also guests of Mrs. Rosenberg were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hohauser and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kenin, owners of the Algiers Hotel. First place winners in the tournament were Ray Pels and Edith Rose. Tied were Minnie Wolf and Murry Gross, of Asheville, North Carolina. Mrs. B. J. Wagner and Lynn Green, of New York City, were runners up. While third place was taken by Mike Kratzc and Howard Schenken. The committee in charge of the affair included Max Turk, Addie Finnieston, Mike Kratze, Mrs. Gertrude Rosenthal and Al Hesse. At a Westview Canasta Tournament, North-South and East-West teams found rigid competition in each other. The Mesdames Fay Rubin, Emilie G. Palley and Albert Rosenthal were East-West winners. Beatrice Van Wye, Mrs. Leon Rosenberg and Selma Siavin proved North-South star players. Other events at Westview last week included the 21st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alex A. Strauss and the birthday party for Mrs. Ann Lipton given by her husband. Joseph Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. Present at the Strauss affair were their children, Rosemarie and Arnold, Miss Eddie Bernie and the Strauss' sister and brother-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zahn, of 1 Oak Park, Illinois. Mr. Zahn is president of the Dr. Jerome Solonon Cancer Research Foundation ind president of the Louis Zahn Jrug Company^ LEGAL NOTICE Harold Shapiro Harold Shapiro Changes Air Time; Rabbi Is Guest With the increase of power in Station WINZ to 50,000 watts, Har-, old Shapiro's radio program, Meet Your Neighbor, will now be heard on Sundays at 8 p.m. For February 8th, Shapiro has invited Rabbi Irving Lherman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, to discuss Democracy And The Bible, theme of the Nationaf Planning Conference now being held here by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Meet Your Neighbor is a special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour directed by Morris Nasatir. Gables Zionists The Coral Gables Zionist Dis: trict met last night at the Jewish Center. Two movies, Tent City and Hope From Huleh, were shown, with Morris Simon presiding. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156372 1'AUL l>l CANDTA, Plaintiff VI l.irv |,I CANDIA, Defemtanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl •: l.i CY I J I 'A.\ i i .\. tv M sinrt. New York -'. Sew Fork. VOU ARE HEREBY NOTU IED thai i mil of l'• • 1111>i ilnl f'.: I Ivor •en filed against you In the ibovi entitled i %  u % % %  an I you are heri bj i, |,iit ,d to g< a cop) \ .\. i to tile BUI of CompiAlnt on the %  i id file tn< Inal In the ofl i %  ol l of the i 'Ircull i 'ourt on or • le 9th •la:. of M .. ol hoi lee .i I iecree pro Confesso will be entered aaalm j ou. Thli notice shall be published once each week foi foui icutlve weeks In THE JEWISH I-"!.' Hill MAN. DATED al Miami, Florida, thl SOth Mr. ..I January l: B L.EATHERMAN, ci, i k of Circuit foui i II) : M IV OREEN (Seal) Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER .. MVLLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff, BW laaraham ItiilWIhiK, Miami, fr'iorida SO-?! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealrtni to enas a i business under the fictitious name of ri;i:s< itil'TMN PHARMACY, at KT K. 1st Avenue, lllaleuh, 1 .a.. Intends !., register said nama with HiClerk ..f the Circuit Court < %  < Dade County, Florida. ALBERT LEVITT, boto owner PALLOT, SILVER ft Ml i.l."Y Attorneys f<>r Applleant 804 Ingraham Blag. Z/6-1S-20-27 March Of Dimes Affairs Slated To Begin Benefits for the March of Dimes, under the auspices of some 50 Miami Beach hotels, got under way early last week with Mrs. Lillian wolf as coordinator. Mrs. Wolf said that she expects the benefits to net more than last year's $50.000 total. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154-Wi-l. MORTON MENDEZ, Plaintiff Jl'I.IA MENDEZ. lu-ftn-laiit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: .M'l.lA MENDEZ, 107 Riverside Drive, New fork City, New York. You are n-nuired '>• serve a copy ,,f Ihe Answi-i to th.Bill of Complaint upon Ihe plamllff's attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG. 4*0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh, MuliMi. and filthe originiii In the office of th.Clerk .,; the Circuit Court "n or before M.inh :i. Itsa; otherwise, -.it.i mil will be takes as confessed b) yuu. I latcd this Srd day of 1 ebruary, AD. 1963. K n. LBATHBRMAN, i 'lei k ,.f the Circuit C >ui t. Bj R H RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clark. NY INVESTS Jenny Grossinqer, famed resort operator '. was BO impressed with a visit to the Israel Exposition, W Washinqton Avenue, that she invested in a S5.003 State itactel Bond. She is shown with Mrs. Hany Gersten, chair!" o f the Women's Division in the Greater Miami area. THE FINEST SOAP! Cuts your cleaning time In hall I Made from pure coconut olL b ted by Hi-Grade food Company — Phone 9-MM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai he undersigned, desirinic to engage m uii,l.!' the fictitious name of |< IV" I NO CO., ai II M N W. '-'lili We., Intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court ri i i.i le 'miiMv. Florida. PAUL BERLIN %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to en* ; under Ihe fictitious nunof rllKEE CAPTAINS P1SHER1E8, al :: i B.W J( ii sn'i •' Miami, nte a i-i. r v i,,i name Ith the i 'lerk of ,i„. i %  Court of Dads County, BERNARD TRACHTESBERG ALLEN DENN :' "-27 LEGAL NOTICE Lawrem %  Co ard ',"',' ted with the Thr.Captains FlanBERNARD TRACHTENBERO I ALLEN DENN, I >wn< JO '.'. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN


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%  % %  %  %  ^:.iS?S^*^';^? ; a-^ ; '*^X^'SS Published every Friday since 1927 by the Jewish Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class nutter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office ol Miami. FM.. under the Act ot March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian h.is absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jew.sh Weekly. Member ot the Jewish Tele, graph.c Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association. Amer. Wan Aaaeeial n of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association, ruth ..f in,n.e t columns. One Yea SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ., $3.00 Two Years J5.0C FRED K. SHO CHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor vJewisfi Meridian ft m OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E Sixth Street UUNflQ \[\£ WCdC A S I K B T LEO MINDLIN HW^ '"'" iir^Nir^nrAiiiifAnsfAwr^mrAmr^ '^^^V^^W^W^Vjsi IN A PREVIOUS COLUMN, I discussed what ] position of the English Jewish press today. I pointer! nS (ler •w large the idealof its editors are compromised with th Ut liat M readership whose confused attitudes call for the In >h (1e n fl :', ssionalism but whose personal intrusions on the puhf M leve| J H -iib-cribes overwhelm the probability of. such r.,. lca, 'nsujf 1 prok vs 'onalijni \I -co it. this relationship between editor and reari rlamentj] stumbling block to the creation of an Enur h"' paper which appears most desirable. The pathetic "th*^ blame for compromised ideals falls where it least be! 8 "* le hears the discontented cries of readers who bewail th! *" Shevat 21, 5713 Volume 27 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953 Number 6 Ike And If is Friends r. Silver's ilinliflav Hardly two weeks have passed since his Dr. Abba Hillel Silver is currently marking assumption of the Presidency, and already his 60th birthday. The Zionist Organization of Dwight D. Eisenhower must juggle the hot poAmerica recently took the occasion to tender one JJwight D. tisenhower must juggle the hot poAmerica recently tooK me occasion iw *•** %  %  tatoes of discord he inherited from a Demothe venerable Rabbi a dinner in his honor. ance of insignificant news matter published week after MHJ cratic administration that fought the nation to Many notable dianitaries were present to for an increase in the^ amount of syndicated material hm ;ts last moment of power on the issue of civil pay tribute to the silver-tongued orator whose rights. iron will and personality have had equal imPresident Eisenhower disappointed a good pact on the ZOA and the American-Jewish manv Republicans who supported him during community at large. his camoaian when he shattered their isolnNone can deny that there have been times i I essential makeup and to draw specific conclusions when Dr. Silver's firm attitudes and unshakable his campaign when he shattered their isolationist, states rights illusions with his inaugural speech in January. He also left counless converted Democrats fearful for the welfare of thennegative fair employment practice attitudes. The President apparently warned his hybrid supporters at that time no! to expect American cooling toward the United Nations under his adniir.istratic::. And new he has come cut in hit youth. favor of eliminating racial segregation in the In recent years he baa stood aloof from ZOA crmed services and the District of Columbia. activity. Hurt thai bil word was not heeded to This will be a bitter pill fa many Republi. the letter, Dr. Silver chose to stand apart. But cans, starved by twenty years of Democratic the Zionist Organization of America's tribute rule, to swallow. While they thought they had to him surely bespeaks the profound respect found in Mr. Eisenhower a man who can be for this colorful man felt by the ZOA and Jewry convictions led him to disagreement with the men who currently guide Zionist destiny. But only the memories of his impassioned pleas before the United Nations in 1948, are needed to recognize the Rabbi s close identification with the Jewish cause he has espoused since tor an increase in tne amount of syndicated material h T tinually fail to accept tne fact that the volume of seermnsl I* able copy il the accumulation of their demand for perso i I have been news editor of The Jewish Floridian for i M one year During that time, I have had ample opportunity til itessential makeup and to draw specific conclusions reea"!/*" nature of the choice governing the stories appearing i n it Quite candidly. I must say at the outset that at no tjm e k "i even a decent amount of freedom to exercise my judgment'' matter. The reasons. I hope, will here become manifest made to conform to their very private pnr.ri pies of freedom, the new President seems ben: on express::-.:: himself in a manner which recognizes that the chronicle of time will not tolerate reactionary changes in the name of party politics. One of Mr. Eisenhower's uncomfortable legacies is the McCarran Act. The President went on record before Conaress Monday as urging its immediate revision. In naming a committee to continue Mr. Truman'g sarliei investigations oi the act. the Speakei pi the House lound i: fittinc to appoint the very men who supported Senator McCarrcr. and Representative Walter throughout the entire conflict attending Us paeaaae It would he w 5 :: fat vfhenhusiM ha monitor r.is -.ongtessior.o. --' _• he tores to have implemented the prencemceemeats h ardent'-.makes. at large. The Home Progresses The Jewish Home tor the Aoeo TtH .= second anniversary at the Dougkni Scrdens site on Sunday. Home oifiaclj took he :—<::. runity of paying tribute to V. —inns whe -e.oed the home in its move three yean ;:; While much remarkable fntpnni bat oee: made in the ::e:d o: aaed cere at tne :-.ticn here those who identify rhemseb'e= with the home are the Bid to admit that a good deal still remains to be done. Added facil.-te? se needed to W the medicc: and scc:a: needs of residents. Mere converter.netsiods o: | %  -.%  ing must he devised for ambulator,mo wr.ee. cr.cir persons. Designed to meet these needs is a ne proposed master deve:opment to:an which wfc] --:i P^'--rechamon in the lack A"r..r. lorial Building. This a a itting I tne late Mr Ablin and one which typifies Jewish Homes forward-lookinq principles me care oi aged person*] A; iucfa (he <* -; : d communal :-iwill with I [iami ewry s constant i — progrea on all activity. Death Ot A Lester Mo&te Setiq o.eo kol week St the ooe o: 88 and once again we reluctantly note the pasting o: anotner communal leadex Bu: sreo_:ot:on on km is tee a tr;ru-e •the man than an indication o: out own real mtion tnat he will not easily oe replaced in the neeay ichedule o: civic --phikrnthron work. Mr. Seha s was an Mtviabk record here. He came to Miami in 2954 and only ten veers later rose to presidency o: :.-.? Greater Vkrmj Jewisr. Federation. His varied interests reflected Mr. Seha s total social awareness and ere enara-.ed his wars with Mount Sinai Hospital the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Greater Miami JewJCommuruuCenter and the Universrv '%  v" ami. • His mourners come from everv walk of life Here. We take our place among them. The Seminary Convenes The Jewish Theolociccl Seminary of Americc convenes ct a breakfast on Miami Beach today. Its annual mid-winter conference is now in full swing. We are hard put to recali when such a scholarly group o: wide repute last visited here Their attitudes and opinions on religious ana sccial questions will surely leave their mark or. -he eountlea spiritual and lay leaders assemoh.-.o in the Miami area to participate in the conference. rhe theme o: 3.o;e and Democracy bespeaks the Seminary s Mai approach to World Jewry, icuo. :importance with the scholars discus=-.ons OJ rehgious issues will be their examinaoon o: Judaism as a social philosophy. ; os we see it can hardly be* divorced from the expression o : int.mate views on the rate o: >*s ..-. Iron Curtain countries. From reports members of the Seminary and the Rabbinical Cabinet plan to devote a mcjor portion ot their time in Ihk regard. Thus the Ha] aspects o! Judaism as spiritual ana ethical ce..et nr.d further ramifications in the hands tt the Seminar.-. The Greater Miami arec we.oomes its leader* m the hope that the -::.•• en ::-s •;:.: will find a proper setting THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, like most of its planned .isto. aimprimarily to establish a Jewish communm conxion! It strives to acquaint its readership with the fundamental Judaism as a mode of life within the larger sphere of America ety This is attempted by implication rather than b\ instruction 1 prevalent appearance of news items concerning the variotu on here, or the Miami chapters of national and international!. is designed to sensitise its readers to the fact thai collected arms of opinion exist in our time which publicly take posinoHa for soeto-Kligioui protection, which express in-group attitudes means of communicating them to the world at large and which toward perpetuating a cultural tradition in the face of a last graphic dispersion. I could name a host of such Jewish organization^. *,,h $.* Soguc in the forefront, whose aspirations run along these lines I such organizations that we should like constantly to give notice bvV porting on their functions and through feature stories explauuM* methods of operation. At an aspect of this difficult sensitizing process. The Jewish | lan has been increasingly attempting to publish wire service matt giving the inside details behind national and international news Here, the paper theoretically reigns supreme. While the large: politan daily has little more interest in feeding its local rod with items concerning the intimate details of Jewish community, -pace-consuming sacrifice in the name of total awan it does often find worthwhile the presentation of worldwide; where Israel or Jewry at large plays a significant role. This is especially true with matters involving niHinal The current anti Semitic purges by Communist-controlledi tries is a ease in point The Jew hatred in our own country, it v, t me. is sufficiently horrifying properly to call for coverage M Metropolitan daily Yet. except where "interesting, readable dalism ,as last year in Miami. Philadelphia and Boston or persoa, assassination is concerned such coverage is rarely forthcoming. Tiei ent brand of Communist anti-Semitism, as sensationalist copy. !al glorious, universal market The public, inured to its own smiaj -!. gulps the tale< told of blood and gore as a means 0 f dii its private Jew hating inclinations with socially acceptable pity But The Jewish Floridian. as an example of the EnglishJe press s not similarly motivated. It seeks consistently to publish I matter reflecting national and global trends and the part that piaj in shaping them What, then, is the reason for the dearth of tmatter' And why does The Jewish Floridian frequently overtook] stated purpose of sensitizing the community to the existence of' -izations concerned with its most intimate interests? fm ZONING UP EACH WEEK, AS NEWS EDITOR, I am deluged with lite ol items that can have little meaning for more than tht| submit them or the groups they represent I am sinul turned in by an endless list of organizations I count their social functions as the most earth-shaking >f occurrei -pace limitations. I must budget the number of rial But the budgeting proces is never i leetare designed to cherish mj ideals. iph of these items eat ravenously into the coluaal ': syndicated articles and nes coverage^ the activities of significant cultural and reli the war b et wee n the local and the feature material thea defeated. I submit to the v ^ O of thai Ibscriben The result is a ne*spap p I The reader must search out with a scrutiwa"!' terns ,he will most often not find in the metropolis tended by the description of mass Jewish slau-tfWH :> swamped by a plethora of -society stories M the sanction of monetarv proceeds earmarked for one Israel m ther, • The J.wi.h Floridian subsequently set upon by •*! torn apart wuh the intention of finding the one pa**l item and once im !" „~j i ...... %  ....u,. Hianil ->nce uncovered and carefully proofread, totally dw^ y balanced by the individual war to disco"* M> war of choice is finally and discard. a-J^E say ,n,s u a m < method of publication. I zmmi'j** i h x < p iaced ,ne biam n,irei > u p,,n srU anrTZ h Ve U tlma,e cho !" "eHy. it my dut> to sort J me nl Ue n a manncr lhat *'" "*d o interest.n, and u> "J n mmnr >PaPer *" h ,h Spec,flf nwb ot its Jwsh reiMkrS ^ P^s. 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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Subject of the Rabbi's discourse is scheduled as: Moses-Sigmund Freud's Viewpoint. Saturday morning services will be at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Ifitfr voth of Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Molko. and Arthur David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borinsky, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Subject of the Rabbi s discourse, in honor of the Boy Scout movement, is scheduled as: Man Must Be Reverend Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Payton, and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alspector, will take place. Kiddush will follow the services. • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Marriages. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss: Due Process Of Law. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. 4 BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on the topic: Laws That Shape Human Destiny—Ten Points Of Moses Vs Fourteen Points Of Wilson. A Tal-, mud class is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Weiner, 3223 SW 4th Street, will be Bar Mitzvah during the Satur day morning service. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at. 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Joseph Karat officiating. Members of the Miami' Rotary Club will be guests during the service. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by the Rabbi is: The Religion Of Rotary. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. following the early 5:30 service Hy Morris, president, and Ben Katz, cantor, will officiate. Guest speaker will be Norman R Lyons. Miami attorney. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Defects And Inequities Of The McCarranWalter Immigration Act. An Oncg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior Services are at 8:30 a.m., followed by Kiddush. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will officiate and begin a new series of lectures dealing with the general problems of psychiatry and religion. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Are You Depressed. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. A Bible class is cheduled for 4:45 p.m., and will be followed by Mincha at 5:30 p.m. Acting as hosts at Shalos Seudos will be B. Weinbcrg and F. Weinstein. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating He will be assisted by the Center Choir Mib ject of the Reverend s discourse i< scheduled as The Torah On Teacc And War Mr and Mrs V \witz will be hosts at the I bat following Saturday moramj: services are at 9 a m when B end Heim will view the Weekl] Portion. Pupils of the Hebrew School will assist in the rendering of the musical portion of the liturgy. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Simon April officiating Subject of the Rabbi's discourse during the late service is scheduled as: Obstacles To Ppare The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Henry SamowiU in honor of their daughter's wedding Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am., when the Bar Mitzvah of Bertram. son of Mr and Mrs Martin Tower. ; will take place. A class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at j 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro | and Cantor Maurice Mamches offi. ciating. assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. I Jack Donnerstag. Honoring stu-1 dents who have been attending universities throughout the country and who have come home at this time, the Rabbi will preach on the topic: Coming Home To What? Three students. Henry Forer. Stanley Sterling and Jimmy Cordon, will participate in the service. Mr. Forer will present a brief talk during the Oneg Shabbat which will be sponsored hy Mr and Mrs. Max Bergman. Floral offerings are by Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Ronald Kaler will become Bar Mitzvah. • %  BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturdaymorning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Ten Commandments. The Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garber, will take place at that time. At 4 p.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:45 p.m. • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Subject of the Rabbi's discourse is scheduled as: Mount Sinai — The Beginning Of Law And Order. Mr. and Mrs. Al Fogel will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Junior Congregation services at 11. The Lozoff children will be hosts at the Kiddush in honor of their new-born cousin, Wendy Ann Bobbins. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Dailyservices are at 7 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:15 p.m. The Sisterhood will take part in conducting the services, and Reverend Rudolf E. Brill will officiate. The Weekly Portion of the Law will be read by Mrs. David Matter, chairman of the Committee on Judaism in the Home. A short ad dress will be given by Mrs. Sam Altman, president of the Sisterhood. An Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by the vice presidents of the Sisterhood. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a Kiddush. • • HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with guest Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will chant the liturgy. Kiddush will be recited by Susan Deutsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack 9 a.m.. when the Bar and Bas MiUDcutsch The Oneg Shabbat fol-1 V oth of Robert and Rosalie, son lowing will be sponsored by Mr. j and d auK htcr of Mr. and Mrs. Murmd Mrs Saul Pearl j>a* urd f y ray Schwartzman. will take place. Rabbi Max Arzt, vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will preach. An afternoon Bible class is at 4 p.m., and will be followed by Mincha. morning services are at 830 a.m., conducted by Cantor Mordechai Haalman Daily services are at 9 a m CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Will hold Friday "("{I Guei speaker at Shalos Seudos %  1 8 15 pm. with Rabbi will be Rabbi Harry Halpern, chairman of the Rabbinic Cabinet, Kational Planning and Campaign Committee Cantor David Silverman will chant, assisted by the Center "Choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN. s„ p Officiating. Honoring National Boy Scout Sabbath, the Kibbi Will preach on the topic: Jewish Youth And The Scout Move rrcnt In America Scout mothers participating in the Candle Blessinj will be the Mesdames Philip Heckerhns. Morton Engel. Sam Silver and Charles Rosenberg.. Guests at the service will I* Scout | TER will hold Friday evening servCommissioner Dave Chait and j ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating, assisted by Cantor Alexander Cohen and the Youth Choir. Wandering. Will We Ever Stop, will be the subject of the Rabbis sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Catz will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Scout and Cub Masters Herb Rose. Arthur Ettinger. Jerry Chait and Bud Samet Mike Baskin. chairman of the Men's Club Troop Committee, will present the Commissioner for greetings to parents. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portion of the liturgy, asj ... sisted by the Center Choir under | HEBREW ACADEMY will hold the direction of Leon Shiff. Satur-1 Friday evening services at 5:45 5 p.m. Saturday morning services day morning services are at 8:45 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. 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