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The Jewish Floridian ( March 6, 1953 )

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l Srateful ha Mrs Rooseve „ Funteered to lead this dem against the anti-Semitic ot Soviet Russia." MM to the %  !" n reported. I" organizations Miami area hav could have done the job of bring-1 ing the nations of the world so much closer together." A native of London. England, j Dr. Kingdon attended Harvard as a their Jacob Sleeper fellow. Later, he did special work in social psychology at Michigan State College. Albion College conferred the degree of •"ally is free. | Doctor of Divinity on him in 1927. and Ohio Northern University gave W the him the degree of Doctor of Laws already in 1930 support of the dem I jy* 0 *>>eduled to adI^J^^kKing. radio commentator, He is a radio commentator and, in t946. the Newspaper Guild gave j him its Page One Award as the ( outstanding liberal commentator Harris Ktosi Klass Resigns After Twelve Years As Federation Head Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the last 12 years, tendered his resignation to the organiza tion at a meeting of its Executive Committee last Tuesday night through an announcement made to those present by Carl Weinkle. president. Coming as a surprise to the directors, it is reported that Klass addressed the gathering and said that his future plans call for remaining in Miami, where he will enter into a business enterprise. The director will remain with Federation through the campaign period and until his successor is chosen. A committee for ihat purpose will be announced shortly, according to Weinkle. Weinkle expressed his deep regret at Mr. Klass' decision to leave Federation after the executive director's many years of service to the organization and the community.



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PAGE 2 A kmi^Hcrldtun Fund Raising: Month For Temple Israel Sisterhood Wednesday evening. March 11th. ill be Temple Israel Sisterhood rjght at the Ring Theatre on the Campos of the University of Mi %  mi Mrs. Alvin M Sandier, chairman. renounced that Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit will be presented. Big event of the year is the Temle I-ra'l Sisterhood Garden Parcheduled for Monday. March 16th. at the home of Mr.1 -eph Williamson. 5470 La Gorce Drive fa with Mrs Sydn<\ J L itraub aa chairman. The Sisterhood will open its on We MrFreda NV. • c.liir: Red 1 ross St-vks S282.E32 Dade County's Red Cross Chapter is now in the midst of a campaign to raise $282,132. Some 4.100 solicitors are combing the Miami area Kickoff of the campaign came on Sunday when President Kisenhower addressed the nation on Red Cross needs over radio and TV Cejwin Camps Ready For Summer 1 • -.m '"amp-, of Port Jervis, York, are now accept:' plications for the summer vaca* Directors of the camp are %  h an and Herman L Sain. We-t 8?rd Street. New York ICHj I Established in 1919. by th 'ral Jewi-h Institute of New V'Tk. 'he camp is a non-profit, self-sustaining enterprise It hapioneered n man> aspects of camping for Jewi.-h children imiHGANTS\ MAY Bl... \rew/r£s/# FOR FREE INSPECTION CALL Y/orldl lorgtit ftll Control Co. MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 National ZOA Council To Meet Here March 20th A meeting of th) •'! Administrative Council of the / n :-• Organization of America will be held on the weekend of March 20th. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Miami Beach. The Executive Committee of the ZOA will meet on Saturdas I March 21st A banquet on Sunday evening. March 22nd. will honor Colonel Chaim Herzog. Military Attache of the Israeli Embassy, and the son of Rabbi Herzog. Chief Kabhi of Israel. The Southeastern Region's own Administrative Council, because of th.volume of work to be transacted by the National Organization, will hold its session on Monday. March 23rd. Miami Zionists have planned a round of receptions and parties in honor of American Zion-•H ho will convene from all over America President Sidney Sachs of the Miami Zionist District, and Presl 'lent Fred Jona-" of the Miami Beach District, disclosed this week that local members of the Administrative Committee are Hyman Soot in, Nathan Adelman. Irving Sidney H. Palmer. Abraham KU-I.H. Alex Van Straaten. Seymour B I.iebman. S. A Goodman, (ill Rappaport. F.hiel Lesowoder, Dr. Leo N Levin. Dr. Louis G. Lytton and Harry J. Sonz. It iexpected that Peretz Bernstein, of the Israel Parliament and Minister of Commerce and Industry, will attend the ZOA Conference Claude Pepper Is Yeshiva Kickoff Dinner Chairman Former Senator Claude Pepper habeen named chairman of the forthcoming national kickoff dinn. r of the S25.000.000 Medical Cen ter co-sponsored b> Yeshiva I'm ;. and the Cttj of New York Pepper's appointment waannounced jointly from Princeton. New ".arm b] Dr Albert in, nonorarj chairman <>: th-.> jn, and by SamStephen Klein Awarded Brotherhood Citation Stephen Klein, president of Barton's bonbonniere. was presented with the Annual Brotherhood! Award by the American Jewish Congress, Essex Chapter, in a ceremony held in Newark. Mayor Ralph A Villani. of Newark, was among the guests who honored Mr. Klein for his contribution to American Democracy by fostering and promoting Jewish Education and for hi.Sabbath observance policy. S.J HEBREW BOofiJ M _. Miami BKk^ Between Fourth l^, H.br.w Rsllgio,,. Tor SmaBoguM J Of* Al M f o tHth JJ TaUphon. S-NQI .• %  •., ree WITH mm rwo BARS For a limited lime R0KEACH Claude Pepper del C Levenson and R Williams Apte, chairmen of the South Florida drive. The dinner has been re schedul ed for Thursday night. April 2nd, at the new Empress Hotel. The kickoff affair io\pected to attract a capacity attendance of 500 persons from South Florida and throughout the country The dinner will be a ko-her-catered Pastover affair. Levenson and Apte asserted "The former senior senator from Florida has long been identified as a champion of the liberal movement in the United States, and his efforts in the Senate contributed greatly to the causes of both American and world Jewry and to the establishment of the State of Is-' rael." Dr. Joseph Look-tein. na tional chairman of Yeshiva's planning committee said here. He left' Miami Beach Tuesday after conferring with Levenson. Apte and, other leaders of the local camr. on the dinner. Dr Samuel Belkin. now in his tenth year apresident of Yeshiva University, will arrive in Miami laj t" confer with Pi pper, Levenson, Apte and memberof a injped campaign cabinet Th.noted educator will explain itional aspects of the dinner to local leaderAn outstanding national speaker will be named soon for the dinner, i Level on -aid Wednesday. "Early statements of support from the top leadership of our community indicaterecognition of the tribute to Greater Miami that the 1953 national kickoff dinner habeen scheduled here." levenson stated. H' pointed out that the Empress dining room — largest in Miami Beach — was selected to accommo date at least 500 persons Reservation! may IKmade at the executive offices of the local campaign Sin'.222. One Lincoln Road Building uality Kosher M I and Poultry Mark I 1*61 S.f*. 8th Strwi Miami. 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1 l*Uh fhrMitr Protests Red Campaign; ETfciis UN Of Indignation K'' The occasion for Linu.d froP. A ,\pi MC t when Communist %e Jews come up for ,toiUend Am.,,(a M l.le%  "• %  • „.„ lo the Asmak|pnr> WaTSA-rican • no words in his the statement : mi (he celebration of the anniversary of the 1941 general strike in Amsterdam in protest tgainst Nazi mass arrests of Netherlands Jews. The Communist Party of Holland has always taken credit for organizing the strike, hut the joint statement disputed that right io n, minced no wonis .. nd addp(| ^ as on} gs (hp nn.nist racial ana Dutch Communjs |nt on Cni „ persecution. United States." he said LH with IndignaUon the Jin of Christians. Moslems E that has been taking In the Soviet fn.on for some Trhat discrimination is not L' ked; it will also in the end |f be totally ineffective beRene is an mdefe.table i„ human nature which B„ys resist totalitarian at,to destroy religious and freedom.'* Lpper house of the Colorado its do not protest the "persecution of both Christians and Jews in Eastern Europe" they betray the 1941 strikers. As Moscow continued to broadcast attacks on Israel and the Jews, one sour note was struck in the Western World when a member of the Bevanife, leftwing faction of the British Labor Party sought to spike a resolution pending in the House of Commons condemning anti-Semitism beftind the Iron Curtain. S. 0. Davies introduced an amendment to the resolution which would tore unanimously adopted | p i ace the House on record as delation calling on President p ] 0 ring the "unfounded charges" tr congress and the State against the Soviet Union and the ,' t0 "condemn publicly "people's democracies" and assert-secution and brutal treatj ng that such charges had been ifjews liviiif; behind the Iron '"emphatically repudiated" by repjresolution. in the form of a (memorial, also asked the • States Government to "comjch uncivilized action by takluiever steps are possible to turlher brutality and per%  „/• The memorial was forJ to the Lower House, where tpected to achieve unanimous I nek, Israel Ambassador Khan addressed both houses I Colorado Legislature. His i [.. {reeled with tremenivation In The Hague, the 1 jr.en of all six mm Communist fc in the Netherlands Parlialiisucd a joinl statement deling the "anti SemiUsn at It raging in the CommunistrJM countries The parties OTted hold 92 percent of the l Parliament ill Woo Arabs;; lei Is Set Aside Continued from Page 1 A |kd now 'to play America's matic hand the other way." i declared pointed out the change docs |asume any potential Arab l*r> strength that could be Sliied but "does assume, per| naively. th:it backtracking on M of Israel will make pos| arrangements with the Arab that will strengthen their pal security and make miliIJNKS available to the West in It of war." Eban's Meeting (eanwhilc. Urael Ambassador | Eban said this week followfirst official visit to SecDulles that the main objecN his visit was to outline the prtance of a peace settlement : Middle East, Mr. Eban said Sieved there was a omnion r ,or Peace in that area and J he had suggested some meth|(or achieving it. Ambassador said he also | u "sed with Mr. Dulles their 45We session the general position IM Middle East in relation to |t world affairs." Mr. Eban f found Mr. Dulles keenly in•d m peace and stability in I The Israel diplomat men-' W general subject of resentative Jews in the USSR," including the Chief Rabbi of Moscow." New Soviet anti-Jewish charges this week included some originating with Izvestia, accusing Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. Representative Emanuel Celler and Representative Jacob Javits of having conspired to work out plans to maks Israel the major anti Communist, stronghold of, the United States in the Middle East. Dr. Do Joseph Eleanor Roosevelt Speaks At Rally Continued from Peg* 1 A velopment program b_> mobilizing the economy of the entire country toward the central aim of economic growth. Organizations which have already pledged their support of the rally include The Israelite Centre, Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, Workmen's Circle. Vladeck Branch No. 699. Miami Beach Hotel Association. Men's Club of Temple Israel, Pioneer Women of Miami John A. Gautier, Dade County Tax Assessor (left) is guest speaker at a special meeting of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. Alfred A. Lesser (center), president, and Morris Gold, secretary, extended full cooperation of their association to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Restitution Is Key Issue To New Nazis %%  •.I %  ML i *•' %  "' %  '•" SUDjeCl OI %  ynening both Arab states and m,l arily but made no forPProposal on this point. £** als ,alk<,d w>U> the fW> of State about the Soviet m;\T Ur f "'Plomatic reZ n


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* AGE 4 A *lfmi Pr.ai, g.-c *27 th* Jam** F : c in ii '£ N E S.ntr Street Hun H. Ftor<6* £.-t*' ii ieccn3-:i2*< m;t-> j. t -*3G. at t* fat: :• i-a _nar trv Act o* i'ci '•" Tn Jewifc cc arva aesc-oco t*e Je**'.- ••. • Vemocr of ft Jtmiah TeW. if : *;'.-:, S*A-t FeJt.- ir'C tilt. Wort* *e* S*-. :* '..: .-a Er :.* > *!:•; at -.A—e^- E 8 : During The Week ...A* M BT LEO MINDLIN >•' TIC". 1 ux SHOCHET E ditor and rhibhsher IZC MINDLIN News Editor < oniir.'S'* < hitniii's lls }lintl Strange events are tc.-:..-.| plan fcs Washing:.ese ccys. Early this week Congressionai isrrer. indicated, ever. fcj in unofficial fash.or. that Amencah relations with Israel will re.-.reiorth be iess arnkrabie and that the Arab rr.rr.s are scheduled tc receive the bulk of revered attention allocated for 'he Near Eas: r stead. Such c rr.ove was abviouriy designed to :c_.-."e:c;: :he v.gcrous propaganda campaign he..-.; waged by the Soviets there. But lexicon 3:c-r Depesrinenl has s.r.ce de. Adar lr 5713 Volume 2 FRIDAY MARCH 6 1953 Number 10 M V %  .-.. ^.. .._. = c ---e ;c:e:rr. policy :6 "ew.sh S"a-r .£ iofthcomiBg. Secre-cry z: £ r e 'zr.r. Tester Duhes hes been z tradiuona] advocate tt picr.r.c Is.-ce! lbs !; %  c: ..— portam Batten in the East•a MwaSjaa .-ec.cr.s As eariy OS 1 r4r when •.€ J-.ied Nc-_c.^£ was m the pro ce ss :: studyz \-.e RdeotiBe Partition Plan he warned OS .-•-• thai indue favoritism toward "ev.s md : r.e.-.:c.-. sponsorship -: a lewish Sc-c >e.-. v.eh -urn the Mver.r.r:::. Arah : ::.:_= %  the V.'er :%  BC ?.ep-h„:ar. ?cry unc the ?.ez-'z'..:cr. •ess r.rve p.ec-jed continued support of fed S-ctes policy towerIs.-ce! p.-ev.; £i;..s.-.eh r;. the 1 administration The : -.-.:err.e:.: on Sunaay ct a ::.::..:= .n tl se^r.-.ed z a.rect repudiation :: the par:.at:c:.-r. rear during the Republioail Cc:..€...-.in Cr..cogc last July. The Ices' ctnr.c; anr.;ur.ee-~.e.-.indicatuig Si :.z Kttcfa char.ge .s rente—.;.a ed may be Section z: c.=sent:on and cmrus.cn on the _-:: ike E-senhcwer cdm.n.st:a :cr. in Inii rctter. Undoubtedly the decision to court the Stemmed rrcrr. the teehr.a -.-.a Israel has : reedy aver sx-er.aea :tse".t in an expressian : fhendshif •cwa:d the '-Vest and that the Jei sfa £a e DOW has DO ahe.-r.at.ve but to continue -s previously de-e:~:.-.ed am.rahle pcliey under any c.r cum stances. h.cernacs more inteUigenl American lead"DARN IT. THOSE COMMIES ARE USING MY BEST LINE." y.e f.£ recognize that such .~.p-artant powers li '-.: nave made nc sucn decisions as yet and cur nation s desertion of Israel will teach hen4 c be wary lest these foreig* powers .-•.:a-:cn with the United S"crtes be reward. ec r s.rr.ilcr fcsh.cn. Mrs. I.ouis 4.l;isv,r Announcement of the appointment of Mrs. lcj.s Glasser as c member of the Executive Committee of the United Jewish Appeals Ne'er! Women's Division is a recognition of ber devoted service to many causes m the Gteates Miami arec and particulary of her *crk with the Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs Glasser's affiliation with many varied cc-r.pa.gns here has been instrumental in tpar^mc the efforts of women on behalf of the c-t-ual i ppeals and has raised the levei Th RMI Iross The Red Cross is now in the midst of its annual campaign for funds. S93.000.000 must be raised to reach the 1953 goal. Greater Miamians are being asked to pitch in with some S282.000. We need not elaborate on the purposes of this humanitarian organization. Its activities during times of civil emer-, gency have aided countless Americans. The Red Cross is also central agency for' the collection, storage and distribution of blood plasma both at home and abroad to our Armed Forces. We can never know when we or our neighbors will require the services of the Red Cross. Of the sum pledged by Dade County to the I national organization, some S75.000 will remain in the area for the continuation of its humanitarian work. The Red Cross call is one we must answer. Now is the time to pitch in. c: their participation in fund raisina drives which KC many years were considered the private pccperiy of men. The United Jewish Appeal recognition of her -ccrtcnce as a women's leader is a proper ..z-te tc her. It also reflects on the Greaier A".ami area as c city whose prestige in the ct.cnal scheme of Jewish activity seems conetanfly to be increasing. ies i:hi al And S'iilsir Vali The ordination of Rabbis at Yeshiva Univer %  My represents a valuable contribution to the American-Jewish scene. Graduates of the Rabbi Isaac Ekhanan The clcgical Seminary serve the American community, spreading the heritage of Jewish cuL yt^V^ 2, ,he in,ell ^ ual advantages ,ion d peoples bent on destroying the Jew 2 ^^alTl^^^^^* T with evil ends. Even si slat i/ be bittanc educational undertaking unparalleled Stalin. ID the past of Judaism. But in the wiri i.^_ In line with Yeshiva's secular program is the "1 *"** ^^ we u quoted as having said. Is Con Wn Thiia very noble sentiment, and it took ur h Chief Executive who was hardly in off.ee one f u n m ^1 \-• it must be construed as having been cur Mr Eisenhower's sincerity Of course Gweran* 6 ^ 15 ^ f(ed his report with the remark that he was r-,t w McK( H for the Pre-ident He also intimated that his r,l,t" 0n ^>| ho*er had not been publc.zed; in short. Amenc n *" h *l come what may. was to remain a secret locked un B 7w Ppon 'I J. A.h leaders. "P'ntheher 1 The President's silent pronouncement a< we n rw much applause. I wonder if the bond orgamrahon nr'lS f jnd raising arras, knows how much damage it create* Z i to these dangerous deceptions. Certainly Mr Bbenhoesfta was irresponsible when seen in the light of offic a| ^L even three months ago. If there are any doubtin th/ 1 %  Sunday, news reports surely put them aside < urrent r opinion on Israel seems to reflect the President i U J^J 1 Hi^econdhand intimacies with Jewish leadernn kT^llj place of dishonor now occupied by the Yalta and Teheran^!!!! Mr Eisenhower is bent on repudiating. EARLY TH.S WEEK. SHARED a radio r (ess .Ge rgc Kenneth Smart, of the ln,versii\ 0 f M U m, Ss art .connected with the United Nations ,v^ ; „ !K (JJl invrted m> views on the IN and its role in the Russia-, campaign I a> determined to discuss, amon^ other i u r. t ard the Arab League and its pr ; fli !" ^ Israel An extremely wise man. Professor Smart ,,-u,ntim i e\Fre--r_ -uch positiveattitudes and suggest, • i approa*sl lem ^ possibility rather than as an accomp:;-hed fact & %  r he • %  merely determined, in th -pint of th. 1 id any brutally decisive move Hours later the Associated Press teletvpe reported W don henceforth to concentrate on the Moslem world i I-rae! aa means of countering Soviet propa-ar.da there li tain that Mr Eisenhower could not be reached for a stsni eardmg his feelings in the matter and his pleda that -Q3 no more Crechoslovakias The President w^u^tensTa playmg golf somewhere in Georgia This major -jap „ ^u State surely represents a record in the annalf an\ pohtxJ t.r the repudiation of its platform. Hardlv six weeks art ntf] their staned entrance into the White House, and already M publicans have written off their plank on Israel aunprouu*] Of course. Mr. Eisenhower was not wbollv mured tttV, spint He took time out from his rigorous golf in. -< heduk SBL launch the Red Cross campaign for $93,000,000 and presJ] tain Bernard Abrams. a Korean veteran, to the nation's K audience This diplomatic move is a clear indication of the k. which the Jew is destined Let those who were quick to junpi back of the GOP elephant las* November take note of u vertible fact The Jews are currently be^rui used by the Soviet Union all tical and economic instrument to widen the scope of its nil against the West The Gentlemens Agreement in the Amthtsl gress to concentrate on the Arabs and to woo their favor uSf evil. It is a decision which shows the same lack of CODCOT fatality and genocide demonstrated by US leadership in 1936 Tkl difference is that a Democratic administration hid behind i \ pretended ignorance then A Repbliean President now hides I a Republican Congress. • • • • GOVEKNOt McKELDIN'S POETIZIMG HERE a few .. therefore speaks for itself. Czechoslovakia and the intamoB I | Agreement are being reborn before us; Israel, with sikst acceptance, is being fed to the Arab maw. This is a curreatiof virtue rewarded. Nationally, those Jews who supported the L hower campaign paved the way for the establishment of i SBM partment that regards the democratic process as secondary to ^ listment of allies no matter what their allegiance Internationally, Israels total acceptance of Amerk* policy to the point of participation in the UN action avgsiastLKorea has been tendered the laurel of desertion Certain of tfl Port of US Jewry and Israel, the administration r. fears sMf snip with the Moslem nations Thus. Prince Amir Faisal. San** Foreign Minister and UN delegate, threw snowballs on tail House lawn Monday. While American Jewish leaders hanfej ^"V"""* "> longer to the President's offices and while Abba Eban can do no more these days than engage u discussion with John Foster Dulles. Prince Faisal posed for I graphers in tbe outstretched arm of Mr. Eisenhower Mr Eisenhower assured the Prince that the Inited determined to restore an atmosphere of confidence and trust L nis country and tbe Moslem world. This is the same Faisal whol in the Miami Beach son about three weeks ago and who a*} there would be no peace between Saudi Arabia and Israel i Jews carry out the recommendations of the United Nations. H spoke vaguely of refugees and compensation at the Terrace Hotel, adding that tbe Arab-Asian bloc unfortwu not have the votes to make its voice heard With Rsun Prince Faisals co-religionists would, and tbe US knows it. ft* Czechoslovakias? Who said that* re ..^ntly co-sponsored by toe universrty and the City of New York. The man fo world Communism may be suW~W school will represent a significant addition to by an ev.n mn „ ,, "Reeded Americas medical centers of learning, ottering 7 T T ^ nd Vkiou Iea <*er. much-needed additional facilities for instruction A PP laudin 9 he justice now accorded Stalin S kS^ 9 S,Uden,> n **** DOn "~ to ? ^ enOU h to <*** the danger currently b^ttmg frae men everywhere. Between V "NSIDE WASMIMCTOM: American Zionists are greatly worried •bout the Israel policy which is "* being shaped by the State r ,p ? rtm n Statements made by high officials In tbe new administration are considered "doub^ <"k • On the one band, these ciaU reassure Israeli diplomats Washing** that Israel has **ng to wetry about; and on Itbe other hand, they are busily MI and Me creating a mood favorable to A ing miUtary and econon tbe Arab countries • J develop, a picture Washington of &&-£ a ,L becoming the favont* **" nation today TtojT fact that Israel has pr** so strongly pro-Aricsi cow has broken off reUOtbe Jewish State



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"JmrM tier Minn PAGE 5 A MhUoM l, irulh lvr.th o£ (iroatcr )„ .ho WCO" d ann.vers|H5 Of .'HUUS PuchLhkoff Uvod in Miami for "TpMWd ^ay two 8 yean of ae. An L nn-"l a firm bchevjr I „ %  ,i(V t 'lopmcnt, Mr. |e£s M his home wh.ch I Tel Aviv. thc .uthor ofMy Four f book written in English. 1 one book written in d m m Hebrew. -Unkind, Joel < "hen and Let addressed the me.| Ccongregation Beth TfiL Stadlan presided. The ffund. established by a the late Pincus I'uchkoff. /pri^stothestudent-work' who distinguished themroueh ardent work for the Utional Fund at the He Jjdemy. lK %  Puchkoff presented the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394 .11 l.l.\ A I.HI.INK Mll.kll'AN. Plaintiff. \ s. THOMAfl PATRICK BHBRIDAN, 11. rtulaiit. TO: THOMAH PATRICK SHERIDAN Si >v VIM it A I ,-nn the Kin of Compuilnl foi Dlvt on thc I'l.ihiiiffs attorney, .in i to filltinoriginal answer in the office ni tii' i Ii k (if the Circuit Court mi in before the "illi 'lay of April, AH. in:,::, i.Hi. i is.-, the Bill ol Complain) for Divorce, heretofore fil• ii herein, will pi taken M confessei by you, Dated 'ii Miami, Florida, this tin Ith das of March, 1953, i: B. L-EATHBRMAN, i iei k of the Circuit Cout i I lade tounty, Rot Ida lit Court s. iii B) : WM. W, STOCKING, Iii puty Clerk Name aii.l Address) of Plaintiffs Bolicltor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Florida I S-13-20-21 pTTTOn TO jmnc? PARKWAY r r\> Qua/ity MEATS ^-POUITRY ft Retail KOSHER Wholesale Ij 1255 S.W. 22nd St., Ph. 9-0363JII < Highlight of the Annual Purim Celebration held at Beth David Synagogue Sunday morning was the election of Ginger Parnes and Edward Levitan as Queen and King for the year 1953. A Purim Carnival followed the celebration. Some 750 students attnded. >^e 15* etv i> Westview Features ( Members of Westview Country Club will hold a Country Fair tomorrow evening at the club's grand ballroom. Featured will be old-fashioned songs. Mrs. Bernard Wall will present a hillbilly skit. Communal singing will be led by Mrs. Ben Markowitz, Westview's Edith Piaf. Always a gay surprise for Wesviewcrs is Sam Blank's singing. He will appear with the Golden Gate Quartet. Climax of thc evening kmntry Fair will be a tug of war between Miami and Miami Beach members. Everyone is expected to appear in blue jeans to highlight the j country fair atmosphere. Among those attending will be the Harold i Landfields. the Baron de Hirsch | Meyers, the Harold Peltons, the [Joseph Wcintraubs, the Herbert I Sellers and a party of 18 country clubbers from the Markowitz family. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157395 MARION A JAQCIER, Plaintiff. vs. ARM AND l JAQl'IER, Defendant. TO; ARMAND l-v .lAQClF.lt. 2:;:l Bast front Street, City of Long Beach, Nassau County, N. Y. Vi-u are required to serve a copy of yout answer to the l111 of Complaint f"i Divorce on 'he plaintiffs attorney, and to file the ordinal answer in the office of the Clerk of the I'lrcull Court on or before thIth iav it April, Ai' 1*83; otherwise, the IJul of Complain! for Divorce, heretofore riled herein, "ill bo taken aa confi bj you Dated at Miami, Florida, this the nil da %  ol Man h, 186 I i: i: I.FA Til Kit MAN. i 'let k of the I'lrcuit Court, Dade County, Florida II Ircult t'ourt Seal i Bj '.'.•: %  !. W STOCKING. Deput) Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff • Sollc toi ', Mll/I'i IN A. IRIE1 'MAN Be) bold Bldg.. Miami, Florida 6-18-20-21 ol the MatkL iAali y •at,.." iiioiih i, in \i Kosher Baked i now come packed different ways... in |to sauce and in mo* sauce. Both kinds poked.. .oven-baked each morsel is br,mellow, nut sweet! ..a meichel!" |HZ KOSHER (ED BEANS *<$$* RELIEVES PAIN OF HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS Thiway fhou.anrli ol ph t si'iant and fl.'niii'i recommend H*f'* W/iy • • Anacin it like a doctor's prescription. Thai i. Anocin coniami not one but o combination of medically proved. ociie ingredients in eosy-to-take tablet form. Anacin gives FAST. IONG LASTING relief. Don't wait. Buy Anacin today. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15T283 KOHEMAIUE CDEONTE8, Plaintiff ROBERT JOH-N il.l-MNTKS i lefeni ant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ROIIERT JOHN CI.EONTE8, i,7 Weal sTili Street, .N. V< rk City, New ITorH To i are required t i serve n copy of HoAnswer to the Hill of Complaint ,„,.,!i the plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHBNBERO, HO Lincoln Roa i. Miami Beai h. Florida, and file the oriKlnal In the office ol the i ,f tinCircuit Court "" or before April :• 1953 otherwise, raid BUI will be i„k. n .is confessed by you. '-'•• i i '7.^;' :, f,K(''iS.;N i.i, of the Circuit Coui' Bj R, H. RICE, JR (Seal) taapirti Cir* 1-2' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157371 HF.I.F.NF. I.)|-;iii: BOYER, Plaintiff. vs. FJINEST STAR BUYER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'TO: KH.M.si STAR I1UYER Address. I'liKnouii YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai a hill ol complaint for divorce has bean filed i against you, an.i you are rauuired to .... ...... ,u ..• your at W.T Inert to .II plaintiff a attorney, MARX PAUER, IICongress Building, Miami, Florida, .iii.i File the original In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, mi or before t hi8th daj ol April, 1853, otherwise a decree pro onfew o ill i" entei ed against you. Dated ihiIth dio of March. l.>3. i: P. UEATHKRMAN, 'i.i k "f the Circuit 'ourl By M. C. 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PAGE € A it**i**nrrkHan Tots About Town... Robert Granat To Be Bar Mitzvah Robert Martin, son of Mr. and Mn David Granat. 3151 SW 23rd Strrrt. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, March 7th. 9 a.m.. at the Israelite Center. Rabbi Abraham Sachs, spiritual leader, will officiate. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony. The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and is a member of Boy Scout Troop 21. Mr. and Mrs Granat will honor Robert Martin with-an open house at their home on Sunday. 2 p.m. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Minnie Chiilar. of Miami, the Bar Mitzvah s maternal grandmother. 'TIS A STALE, UNPROFITARE YOU READY? Then AELE WORLD Three-month| ets go uxqes pretty Geri Did Diana Glicksiein philoso".^_u„._ „„„ ,.„. -IJ „. r jreenbaum. one-year-old phizes. She is :he daughter of ,., „ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Glide dau S h,e < Mr a "d Mrs. Henry teia 6123 SW 26th Street. 5. Greenbaum. 412 SW 22nd M.ami. Road. Miami. FOUR TEETH AND ROOM i DB MORE Sanford SteinmaiL one-yea:-old son of Dr. toed Mrs. Wiilicm D. Steinman. 42C SW 24:h Road. Miami. nnilefl patiently waiting. %  DON'T GO WAY ... Win some little Linda Priukin has an afterthought. She is the 8month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Priukin. 7521 Bounty Avenue. Treasure Island. Miami Beach. Melvyn Fred Frankel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel, 795 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. March 7, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Melvyn is a 7;h grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. Mrs. Wolf Sparks 1*0110 Drive Goal The Miami Beach Hotel Pivij March of Dimes Drive edoubled its effort to attain this year'i Sou.according '•' Mrs Lil-1 lian Wolf, chair ] man Mn Wolf, who resides at 5565 La Gorce Drive, has already -1 a jed about 35 ol the 50 March ..( Dimes benefit affairs planned for the Beach Hotel Division. These affairs have raised as much as S3.000 in one night. \ Aiding Mrs Wolf in the collec-1 tion effort are the Mesdames Ar-' thur Newmark. Al Feldman. Jeanne Faber. Jeannette Alexan der. Jules Schoen, B Gorschel and Misa Bea Kessel. MM. Wolf Radiant Health Foods iXiam.f Popular Health StO'e r£ATUING D ETETlC POODS t." t F-ee and S_9ar Fr. D f tt :S7MU> ARCADE Ph. 332S3 TV it. PAIRS /*t*l£0/ATf TtUmiOM $VICf K.GHTS, SUNDAYS, H0UDAYS S3 for Call Phone CiTY-WICE TV 83-129S Louise BEAUTY SALON 'Formerly Koihy'i Bee-jfy So/on, 6.70 S.W. 8th ST. Ph. 87-9406 Sptcioliilnj in • UPSWEEP HAIRDO • PERMANENT WAVING • HAIR DYING formerly of N-w York and the Kormam Motel, Miami Beach "BarnBailine Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Barry Bailine. son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Bailine. 853 East 31st Street. Hialeah. will become Bar Mitzvah on March 7th. at the Hia• leah Miami Springs Jewish Center '\ The Bar Mitzvah will chant the liturgy and address the congregation. Reverend Leo Heim. spiritual leader, will officiate A reception %  will follow the services. Barry attends the Center Religion! School and is also a member of the Young Judaea Club in Hia leah. He is a student at Hialeah Junior High and a member of the Boys SafetJ Patrol there He has pa-se.i the Bar Mitzvah Examination given by the Bureau of Jewish Educat Among out-of-town guests wi be Mr and MrLouis Levy, of Washington, D.C., grandparentof the Bar Mitzvah Others are Mrs Shirley Strich artz. an aunt. Mr and Mrs Harry Kurtz and Mrs Jean Moore, also of Washington: Al Bailine. of Philadelphia: and Mrs. Eva Farber. of New Jersey ardinc's,. JWW i„*<~u tne hom<> of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •re*. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft Lauderdale West Pl m Beech DER YIDDISHER FORUM SAT.. MARCH 7th. 8:30 P.M. ol Kneseth Israel 14th PI*, i | BtW ArtMf M 'i lee*. • LEIVIK EVENING dodtcatati to the pM Poet Dramatist H. LEIVIK |t>rAUx.nder Mukdoni. Spo.ker with Cnfor Abr.h. w W. T.nor •'! Morn**,. 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!£*ttfJ*jr**>/7 PAGE 7 A •h B'nai B'rith JH Hold Sixth ,al Luncheon B^ach Chapter. B'nai b m.n will hold their sixth E£ Scheon on Tue, l h Oth at 12 noon in the Plw of the Algiers on show will be •*•* Pan will be by ijiss Susan g r and Mn Talianoff. daughGeorge Talian• week vacation to Havana. fa be awarded to the mem\ 3S raised the largest sum L for the chapter, accordPersonally Speaking Al Hirsch, of Royal Beauty Supply Company, is off to New York City for a week. Mrs. Milton Mittler. of New York City, is leaving Saturday after spending three weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steen. Miami. & A A ami Beach Their son. Abe. of New Haven. Connecticut, arrived here to join in the anniversary celebration The Lerners have three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. •6 •& %  g Mr. Gordon graduated from Rid-1 Tuesday and Wednesday in their ley Park High School, majored in j newly renovated showrooms at 131 Business Administration at the NE 10th Street. University of Miami and is now studying law there. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity and president of Hillel Foundation. Lois Oilman Engaged To Sherwin Givel Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilman. of Sidney Goldberg, new general manager, greeted appliance dealers from Miami, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdate. West Palm Beach and surrounding areas. A Irving Witz, president, was also present to greet dealers. Mount Scopus Hadassah Mrs. Rachel Skop will speak on Pai*i Avick grandparents, 2205 SW 13th Street. Miami, anMr. and Mrs. Benjamin Boskin, nounce the engagement of their j The Historical Background of Haof 4399 SW 2nd Street. Miami, cele] daug hter Lois Arline. to Sherwin j dassah at the March 9th meeting bated their 35th wedding anni-1 Gjve) son of Mr anG Mrs. Jack of the Mount Scopus Group. A spe-j Kenneth. Jeffrey and Perry. M, paternal grandparents, Mr. an-' Mrs. Max Avick, maternal aurf Mrs. Irma Farbman, aunt Miss Be;' trice Avick, cousins Larry Fart man and Harvey and Susan Jaffec Maternal grandmother Mrs. R< becca Juris, sister Roberta Avicwho is a student at the Universit of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Avick Mr. and Mrs. Sam Avick. cousin versart with a reception in their Give) Hammond. Indiana. cial candle lighting ceremony will • and Mrs Louis Sarnileon. Mrs. Ai ""en. M. Sifverstein ^teen's Tell Of Pane's Betrothal RLft Ma Silv "*teen. Street. Miami Beach. ine en MR ement of their 2 .*"' Myrna t o Jav %  g* Leo Cohen, 1120 Vene"iCnS as ^aduated 12d,K each Hi h s< h [ n ded ,he University of MiRilES Scho 1 ,he Uni' iamiT and ,he Olivereft 7 .* Sch0 l H i s "* "'am. Bar Associ%  ** %  ^n „ for the home last Sunday. Among guests attending were Rabbi and Mrs. Shmaryahu Swjrsky. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Finestone, Mr. and Mrs. S. Udin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Weinstock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. I. Ruppert. Mr. and Mrs. F. Eisman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eckcr. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz. Nettic Meyers, Clara Weinstock and Theodore Sakowitz.


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PAGE 8 A 9-Jmistncrkfiar FRIDAY, MAfiq.. Percival Goodman Architect For New Sholem Building Leon J. Ell. president of Temple Beth Sholom. announced this week that Percival Goodman, synagogue architect of New York City, had been retained by the Chase Avenue Congregation as the designer of its new House of Worship. Goodman's selection was based n his record of designing 20 of America's most beautiful synagogues. Eil said that the plans for the new Temple, to be erected adjoining the present building, will reflect contemporary synagogue architecture and will be designed to meet the functional needs of a modern congregation The design which Goodman has presented as a preliminary study expresses not onl> the practical purposes for which the Temple will serve, but also the spirit of Jewish heritage." E!l explained. The horizontal design of the br.\ding will fit the spirit of the locale, while the simplicity and monumental scale of the Temple wir. mark it iU -portant public buildir.The main Temple arr^ will be e: : type There will be r ting for %  Days 1 date approximately I %  '•: ; r vidinj • %  -. %  %  % %  and -. general chairman of the S500.000 fund campaign which is now under •*.,;• Albert i.co-chairman Zamora Schedules Purim Bazaar The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew ter will hold an annual Pur im Bazaar on '' % %  8t and .! the Center bail The proceedir. Sat urday night, when -upper will b< served sidewalk cafe sty le in the Theme of the eveninf ubsequent days will be fun I and carnival atm All day Sunday ar.d Monday. I breakfast lunch and >upper wil be served, as well as light refn -h ments There will be free gifts for the children and p Fresh merchandise will be on .;.. contributed b) local mer-, chants and manufacture The committee tn charge is cocaptained by Mrs Sam Pearlstein. and Mrs Barney Flaurr. Asa are Theodore Graf and Mrs Sam an. Kahn Circle Card Party Ell Discusses Beach On Sunday Radio Feature |200 Children At pj The Shirley B Kahn Circle of Leon J Ell will be guest speaker VYIXZ. Subject of Ell's talk, *J* %  J J*f the Companions of the Forest jf Harold „,,„ featurc M.am, Beach Comes Of Age. He .^g**,Jeld ica will have a card party on %  is president of Temple Beth Shols ,, Thusrday March 12th. 9 pm* IM Your Neighbor. Sunday.| and ^ ^ % ^.^ here \J JJ e the American Legion Hail. 1KI.. Alton Road Shown cix>ve are the "representatives for the State of Israel at the All Nations Music Dance Festival held recently in the Dade County Auditorium. Standing (left to right a-i Dvrnes J Cohen Betty Halam. Gustave Freeman. Ruth Brotman. Rabbi Moses Me Al and Lenore Hauer. Israel Tench. Anyuta Melicov. Eve Glassman and Roni Hymen. are left to right) Frances Frome. Helene Sidner. Tamara Mamches, Judy Shapiro, Avia] metzky ar.d Harriet Solloway. 'March 8th. 8 15 p.m over Station | (or (hp pas ]5 years tion of Mrs A aron Rothrnn, 1 AMAZING NEW COFFEI THE CANTORS' CHOICI >*ovel About Japan Is Subject Of ItiMiL Review Tin Mount Hfn Ta-i.-:. Will be discuss• • Beth Sh lom MrI M the now tseli %  '•' The Tu Ireater Mi• pter EN !<> ^ Dov Chapter Purim Ball Slated Sunday A Purim Ball will be held at Beth El Congregation on Sunda>. March 8th. at 7 30 p.m Sponsor of the affair is the Dov chapter. Mizrachi Women. Proceed* will go for the MaUo Eund of Israel. Mrs. Abraham Babbit, of the National Mizrachi office, will be principal speaker H i V T E n Information I* being sought of THEODORE B HELEER. on behalf of his wife. Margaret, who is anxious to establish wnc contact with him so that arrangement for her support can be discussed Present Jy. Mrs. Heller is dependent upon her daughter for aid Mr Heller was born in Sparta. Wisconsin, on November 10th. 1868. is 5 feet 10 : inches tall, weighs about 180 pounds, has black hair, hazel eyes, always used the initials "TB". worked with stocks and bonds and was also an attorney. Anyone aware of this man's present whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 105 Nassau Street. New York. 38. New York. JJTM VIA* CEJ WIN CAMPS Part JarrU, N. T. I*. 1*1* POCrSSIVE. CDUCATIOMAL* NO* COMMLKC1AL CAMPS Land and WSIH sports; acarhattc act nines ; resident doctors and nurses; Sabbath and MI ID law* obacrred; cultural iniuences HVjal luatiMr fiam tar ttoys aaad earl*. w : • % %  > % %  : sans. St*d It dtimfiite ••ok.'at F]. A. fr* litim M. U MM, OST— ar I M(W.> < l .,M..'r < rtM'll7.Mtl I •>—aau—*^= _—A Not a powder! Not a grind! 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[KARCHSJJM rew Tearhvr* pet I 8** \}lttvch l&th L bre w Teacher's AssociaLatcr Miami will hold its banquet on Sunday eventen 15lh. 8 pm.. at the Vic%  speaker will •' !" s. MalHss Liebman. principal of btral Beach Klementary re Mrs I.icbnian will tnc role of the woman I educational program of A 'JewishBBStMan of ceremonies will be Shapiro. Lr Tryouts L, for the fourth and final iv of Miami Drama DeI experimental bill of new Ways will be held on Month 9th. at 3 p.m. The try\ be held in the Box The(Ier the direction of Asfrofessor Kd Menerth. Experimental bill will be ion March 27th and 28th. |Business Meeting nonthly business meeting beW at 9 p in n Wednesth 4th. by the Adult Soup of the Greater Miami Community (enter. The nn'ling team meets in the at 9:15 p.m tonight. aciag Opening of the liami Beach jech Clinic LINCOLN ROAD Pitio No. 7 | TREATMENT OF SPEECH CIS AND CORRECTION OF ACCENT 148-3593 — 4-7343 ANITA R. WEINBERG, B.S. VEST MIAMI WSH CENTER presents (E WOMEN |tt Comedy with 35 WMM> KM by Blake Liddl. kirek 7 Sun., March %  J Curtain Time 8:15 |C*lir, 5720 S.W. 17th St. toll $1.25, Donation nra/r '• LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY v SLDO.. MIAMI 32. r LA *W RESIDENCE 67 158b PAGE 9 A 1 Vronsky. Babin I Are Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpc will have a round table discussion on modern music tomorrow, 6;30 p.m., over Station WKAT. Her guests will be Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin., duo-pianists, who are appearing : with the University of Miami Sym; phony Orchestra on March 8th and ,9th. John Bitter is conductor. Beth David Sisterhood will hold a Member-Bring-A-Member Luncheon on Wednesday, March 11th, 12 noon, at the home of Mrs. Samuel Badanes, 600 SW 21st Road. Shown above is Mrs. Max Bergman, chairman 'third from left), accepting a membership application from Mrs. Badanes (standing). Look, ing on are Mrs. Sam Dickson, co-chairman (left), and Mrs. Isador Fein, committee member. Members who bring a new member to the Wednesday affair will be given the kosher chow mein lunch gratis. SIVlli David Variety Show Set March 22nd Beth David Sisterhood's Variety show, Stars In Your Eyes, will be held in the Miami High School auditorium on March 22nd, at 8:30 p.m. Active behind the scenes are Mrs. Trixie Lcbin, who is directing the production; Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. accompanist, who has arranged the entire score; Bernard Goodman, Stage Manager, who is designing all original stage effects; and Miss Myrna, dance director, who is coordinating the choreography. Co-chairmen of the show are Mrs. Isidor Bakst and Mrs. Bert Sher. Mrs. Hyman Abramovitz is in charge of tickets. Life Savers' Lunch Set For March 17th A Life Savers' Luncheon will be the final gifts affair sponsored by the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced by Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman The traditional Chai Luncheon has been renamed the Life Savers' Luncheon by the Women's Committee in charge of arrangements, headed by Mrs. Saul Herman. The final event in a series of six fund raising programs will climax activities in the 1953 campaign. The affair is scheduled for Tuesday noon, March 17th, at Bill Miller's Riviera. St fin man Named To llnreau Leo Steinman has been named to the Miami Beach Bitter Business Bureau, Manager Thomas F. Leahy announced this week. He will assist in the detail and organizational work of the bureau which, since its recent formation, has investigated more than 600 consumer complaints. Steinman lives at 1805 Daytonia Road, Miami Beach, with his wife. Esther, and three children. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN UTTER. Conductor Model Seder At Zamora On Thursday, March 26th, at 5 p.m., children of the Zamora Jewish Center will hold a model Seder. The services will be conducted by the pupils, while their parents will serve only as an Advisory Committee. A Seder dinner will be prepared by women of the Center, Sisterhood and IT A. The program will be under the direction of Cantor Rudolf Brill and the school principal, Mrs. Angel Ross. Donor Lunch Tuesday The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold its annual donor luncheon on Tuesday, March 10th, 12 noon, in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. Charlie Farrell and his show will entertain. Bella Jacobson and fBunny Freed are co-chairmen. 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•, „ss H PAGE 10 A *Jeistncrkftor_ FRIDAY Weinstein Named To County Jury Commission Sy Governor McCarty ...... _i i M \V.. ntin in ihe [4J Co-Chainnen Of Dinner Named ^ m % %  > % % %  w •* • -w — —w -— %  — — ted 1 v %  %  Dade C i A ,mi clothier cn tr, '• l <<' su a rter F '^uinn. retired draa-i-t McCartj I c H '~'.' r rfiami investmi rhe non salari ister lists %  %  %  •• '• petit ant! md jurors are lra i Commenting on h Weinstem -aid ihat rr.ore -uhstantial citizen.' ,h..j:d be af• Ro>coe Brun>t etter. .Tarv.r> I Ki ..:ded the opportunity of serving ier and g aron rfeHirsch Me\er have juries. "We also need more been named co-chairmen of the • nous-minded women to vo'.unBenson Ford Dinner a presenta lion of the Flyrida Resion of the National Conference of ("hn-tianand Jews at the Columbus Hotel on March 10th. at 7 p.m Ford, a long time leader in the NCCJ program and currently national Protestant co-chairman, will be principal speaker The three co-chairmen are com pleting arrangements for the fund raising dinner which is expected to attract approximately 400 persons at S50 per plate John S Knuht is honorar> chairman of the dinner I. M. Weinsfein I r urj duty." he explaii not refer I •• in his >a. •--• %  %  • % %  • %  I i • • esi • ihirl ry to Vol • %  munil .:' %  • n's Sfa •.•: %  : ,.f• '.4 He met E • • thi • • : mmerci .;.street His ••• L*nility of Miai \ Her Paula, is a junior at MiMrs •tein ia former teacher at imi High Unifier ft'omen \amp Slatv The Women* Group of the Flaf ler-ciranada Jewish Community tenter thiweek announced its slate of nomineefur office Named are Rose Feldman. president. Sylvia Freed, vice president: Ethel Antin. corresponding secretarj Miriam Schiff. recording sec-' and Jean I-ebar. treasurer Nominated to the Board were' flretel Hollander Mildred Wraizer, ni Shirlej Bernard. Dina Mildred Newmai I'D mskj Marcy i Shirk % %  ohen Helen Altaian.' Z le and Jeanetti Election is scheduled f'>r •: %  mnn'.h Children's Sabbath will be observed during Friday evening services tonight at Tta*l The Relig:ous School Students' Choir will present the musical portions of the liJJ the direction of Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Shown above are (top row. left lo right) Jill i/" Seymour Bram. Jeffrey Gillman. Robert Greenberg and Tnna Lust. Bottom row Qd aie Mis. LOUIS Adler. organist. Michele Greenberg. Carol Shaflon. Joe Levi. 6th H will render the cantorial solos, Barbara Adler. Rona Steinberg and Cantor BorntteU bers cf the choir who are not shown include S usan Abrams. Fred A bram3 cmdLind<,d Miami Windo\ Tied at Emory University. Atlanta. Georgia, for the Vann Scholarship Award is Richard Most, of 470 \E \$Ji North Miami The award is given by Alpha Tau Omega FnJ its pledge with the highest scholarship jack Wehl, sou(| Mrs. I. W. Word, of 4450 Sheridan Avenue, has been named! Who In American Universities and Colleges He is a studeajj selaer Polytechnic Institute. Troy. New York Max Capp, of 1125 Alfonso Avenue. Coral Gables, wji] t| national liaison officer of the Jewish War Veterans. Capp iJ to the post by JM Mess, national commander of the orjanij Final enrollment figures released here by the University of | veal a total of 10.079 students who have signed up for an ter cUttSM Named second vice president of the kg Chamber of Commerce is Simul J. Halpcrin. He is also a i the group's Board Elected governor for a one-year teml Friedman, of the Saxony Hotel Greater Miami's 1953 Htard Fund Campaign than half its goal of 5100 000. according to !'u.: Walker.etui drive will be extended until the goal reach" Lew Me-ew,J Hardee D r iv<*. has been appointed b> Governor Dan JltCa the post of. harbormaster here. He succeedLo Eawardii nation becomes effective on March 25th Albert Feldan,| waone of 324 students of Ohio State University. Coin 1 achieved huh -ch tlastk attainments in '. ; %  of Cm Administration during the autumn semester Flagler Plans Carnival Sunday Flacler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold its annual carnival on Sunday. March 8th. from noon until 9 p.m.. according to an announcement this week by Mrs Sidney Stiller, chairman There will be booths for children 6 Coffee Shop Uvsorvmions Xrv Still \railabh> :.. sen stiorire .i Torah Vodaath and Mesivta testimonial dinner scheduled for March 15th. at the Hotel Edward, according to David son. chairman Levins.r. reported growing inter est in the affair, which will honor Mr and Mr* Samuel Reinhard. active workerfor and founders ol the Orthoaox Jewish theological seminary Reservations may be made bycontacting Levinson at the Hotel Algiers, or from Councilman Bernard Frank. Samuel Grundwerg or Schechter tw D. flosner — Management JfefeVofii Goor ON THE 0CEANFR0NT AT 43rd ST. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBL Mrs. Sidney Stiller and adults, as well as a country store, bargain corner, plants, magazines, movies and rides Mrs Ily Coverman is food chairman Amons chief barkerare Al Ziegler. Buddy Logue. Ed Moore and Ray Levine. Dinner Served 6 8 P.MFor Re*emli*| Phona SI-14U1 Air (.•niilitnei RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THI REST IN KOSHER FOODS A Lniquf Dining Eip'>cnce MMsei TRADITIONAL FKIDAr NIGHT DINNERS 2.50 Unectiia Jew.th Spt .1 i .. Kntehm, Klahka. Krtpiach DEtlCATESSEN TO TAKE HOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opftitt Citr Nail CALL 5-266S Mourt 11:30 a m to 9 p.r HOLLAND HONEY CAKES ARE DELICIOUS NO EAT OR SUGAR USED t*T EOOD THAT IS RIAUY GOOD FOR YOU IN EVERT WAY BUY ONE TODAY !! tittr I • • t # 4 k y Cochran Distributing Co. 161 N.E. 30th St. Triton Hotel Dining Re 2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI Phone for Reservstioni — S-W-51 Air Conditioned — Eru.-in and LouiK Sonntag fffijl Restauri 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone DINNERS FROM 4 T03 4 aivrina lor All Ocratio** Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaid H and Bath Jacob Vaad Hakaihruth ROSED ALE •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING BOOJ •AIR CONDlH ( 170 N.W. 5th ST. • FREE PAR KING j Good ^



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i M ARCHjm^ ===== jaim ORT March 12th %  > n Lee Powell, of Miami Jhas proclaimed Thursday. |l2th. as ORT Day. Tdav will be devoted to reL. the fruitful efforts of the "tion for Rehabilitation \ Training. nternational group aims at Uting underprivileged and Jewish people through 1 education. The 30.000 0 f Women's American I the 100.000 members of can Ort Federation will ,Jie occasion in celebraIroughout the nation. %  50 chapters of ORT in this I have provided machinery, L material for the 450 voj training installations mainly, iho parent body in 22 -es. Through their efforts, ban 130,000 Jews have learned trades since the end of iVar II. SJgttfafcJfcptfry? PAGE 11 A Ion K<"IIIIII1 wiatiun Head tied president (if the Wash>deral Saving! and Loan n. Miami Beach, is Jack reelected are Michael [f, George W. Hirsch and er. vice president; Arthur i shon. secretary: and Milton ] nor. treasurer. Hirsch will I rre as comptroller, •cted members of the Board bor. Ciller, Gordon, Hirsch, I [Pepper. Charles Silvers, S. pelman. Steckloff and C'ourissociatinn opened its doors oure than two months ago has savings accounts to2000.000. 'Classes (Vnlor iss in doll making and a i choral-singing, are two of activities which will be ) the After-School Program [Town Branch. Greater MiK'ish Community Center. I doll-making class will be Ithe leadership of Miss Esjtus and is open to all girls, Tne through 12. iw class will be held on I.March loth. inior choral singing group ^! on Friday. March 13th, to all boys and girls toe through to 12 age Donald Locke will be group Mrs. Nottie Bu/bin *# i-s. Itulbin IHvs At Home Here Mrs. Nettie Bulbin. 56, a resident of Miami for the past 30 years, died at her home, 515 SW 22nd Road, on Thursday. March 26th. Mrs. Bulbin was a member of the Temple Israel Sisterhood and Hadassah.' Survivors include her husband, Henry; three sons, Joseph, of Miami, Fred, of Roanoke. Virginia, and Stanley, stationed at the Naval College in Newport. Rhode Island; and three sisters. Mrs. Kitty Nankin and Mrs. Harry Kruger. of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ann Jacobus, of Ridgewood, New Jersey. Services were on Sunday at the Gordon Funeral Home Chapel, with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Joseph Narot officiating. Interment was on Graceland Park Cemetery. tteth Sholom Will Honor Mm. Kll Alyce K. Ell, chairman of the Religious School Board of Temple Beth Sholom, will receive a Citation of Honor during Friday evening services tonight at ceremonies marking the 10th anniversary of the Temple's Religious School. In her capacity as School Board chairman for the past eight consecutive years, Mrs. Ell has helped shape the program of the Temple's religious education program. Participating in the ceremonies honoring Mrs. Ell will be the Religious School Board. Spokesman will be Mrs. Alexander Bobbins, associate chairman. Others are Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Irvin Katz, principal. Miami Beach Junior and Senior High School, of which Mrs. Ell is PTA president; Mrs. Irving I). Kaplan, president of the Temple PTA; Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader; Sydney J. Greenberg. principal of the Religious School; and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Scroll Is In Young Israel's Arc Young Israel Synagogue has placed its first Scroll of Law into the Synagogue's Arc Donation of the Scroll was made here by Morris and Louis Gordon in honor of their mother, Mrs. Bella Gold, who died in 1946. Morris Gordon is a Miami Beach resident and Young Israel member Louis Gordon, New York industrialist, donated $500 to the Synagogue before his return home following a business convention here. POWERS $5 & S 6 and Fare I COLORED MAIDS III Dm E R FULL TIME I cn2.' VATE H MES %  S PECIALIZING I Maids Porters L__ D 'shwashers PCE EMPLOYMENT ''h.*,?-. „ Ph s eo7 "W 'o Employer Cha Dr. Schneer To Speak On Sunday, at 11 a.m., the Miami Society for Ethical Culture will be host to Dr. Morris Schneer, of New York, who will address the society on the topic: Neurosis—Its Cause And Its Cure. The meeting will be at the Lindsey Hopkins School. Camp Cherokee KM BOYS and GIRLS 5 to IS lake PlexM area of the Adiron dicks. Pollen Free, Creative CantpiHf, Honefcack Riding, All Sports, Modern Buildings, Doctor and Registered Nuno. Beautiful Lake. Jewish Cultural Program. Tuition S450. Enrollment limited to 70 Campers MR. and MRS. MANUEL HIRSCH 265S S.W. 25th Are., Miami, Fla. Phone 4-0852 c. %  i .-,.,: MI Major League Baseball AT MIAMI STADIUM N.W. 10th AVE. at 23rd ST. featuring the BROOKLYN DODGERS Opening Game SATURDAY, MARCH 7th 2:30 p.m. Other Games Until March 23rd FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 82-6545 could be I rGSHCl • Kellogg's Corn Flakes the crisp, crisp flakes with the deep, deep flavorreach your table just as they leave Kellogg's Flavor Kitchensso fresh that there's even a hint, when you open the package, of that piping hot aroma drifting from the oven doors. See how fresh "fresh" can be by serving Kellogg's Corn Flakes at your house. Try the big family-size package. fm&rggfo of Battle Creek ASK FOR iher Zion toducts at your LOCAL ^ICATESSEN MARKET Make Sure Its No. 1 j^ibuted b r .SPECIALTIES CO. idtefi Sold At Leading Super Markets The Very Finest Frankfurter* Corned Ueef Bologna Vast raina BEER all BEER clioice BEEF! kosher For Passover Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W, 5th Street, Miami. 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ILB\wii^ b-IBliD]Pidiioup FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1953 SEC. B INF Blue Box Campaign Rahl>i Moses Mcscheloff. president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council, announced this week the launching of the JNF Blue Box Campaign here during the month of March. Rabbi Mescheloff said the traditional coin boxes can be obtained by calling 58-6464. ^^Southeastern Conference fere; Rabbi Heller Will Speak i Heller president of the I-abor Zionist Organ-, W J tmC lr I close awociate of Jrime Minister David Ben-' r*" 1 '" he the principal speaker at the Southeastern i F el „-, imt the General Federation of Pioneers and I or the" Hibiscus Lodge. Miami Beach, on Sunday. lsra "he conference w ill culminate an intensive w eck%  .here on behalf of \—~ ies nc Histadrut is authorized by the Ik, l)r Heller's apWorld Zionist Congress and the Teenage Activities L conference, he will Jcw j s h Agency to conduct medical, ijeveral synagogue* voca tional, educational and employ-1 Hami ami received by mcni act ivities in the State of IsE v .„ inl'ly | rael and is one of the beneficiaries m spiritual leader | 0 f the Jewish Federation drive in V Wise Temple in Greater Miami. L over 32 years He ( Through Kupat Holim, its medI national chairman of ica) arm Histadrut treated more [jei>h Appeal, chairtnan 900,000 patients in 1952, makTDntted Palestine Apjng jt one 0 f the largest medical Uan of the Adminisscrv j ces j n the Middle East. Ceil of the Zionist OrMnerica and was The Teenage Club of the Tifer eth Israel Northside Center is plan ning a roller skating party, a beach party, an Oneg Shabbat and a whole day picnic at C.reynolds Park during the month of March. All these affairs are open to boys and girls from 13 to 15. Jerry Berke, president, and Larry Iserson, treasurer, are in charge of in formation. A little girl is inoculated with gamma globulin to immunize her against the paralyzing effects of polio. Tests with the blood plasma derivative last summer showed that one dose protects a child for about one month. Part oi the blood collected by the Red Cross is now qoing into the production c qamma qlobulin for use in polio epidemics. Dade Countnan; are now being asked to "chip in" during the once-per-yec. Red Cross Fund Drive now in progress. "V %  %  £* % Junes G. Heller ily elected president of | Zionist organization of 11952. i member of the Board |orsof Hebrew L'nion ColI former president of the Conference of American ller ilso holds the Doctor [degree at the Cincinnati |or\ of Music, where he or m Musicology. He is Cipal tuthor of the proi of the Cincinnati Symhestra. currently lists some embers. Founders and elude David Ben Gurion. ie Minister; Isaac Ben President; and Golda jMoshe Sharon. Dov JosSprinzak and the late apian, al! members of Isoinet since the founding He in 1948. imTvViow PsOfLeviek Wdifher Forum, sponsored pOC imraittee en* Greater I hold its weekly gather"ow evening, March 7th, | at Kneseth Israel ConWins will he devoted to •fc of the Yiddish poet. • Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, u author, will speak on ping HI Levick's works. will be by Beryl Morris Ahraham Seif will renumber of songs by the Yid[SpiritToRun At prough March 14th University of Miami Ring V** :P the curtain on its (J|Noel Coward', Blithe >J. UeSdav even 'nR The %  /he direction of Hhilhour and will be """•rough Saturday, March Kosher All Year and for PASSOVER too ^ and W& BEEF, all BEEF, choice BEEF! You jo* done know ho* good • frankfurter be until youK UjL, .nd juicy ISKM k>U "*^^lt of western corn-fed beef superbly blended wMi subde Kaon..*. Demand tSWt Kosher.. and get wW you dowowll FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA "w ,< 9 fofokn(Huujliat|jiisi / Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E_ ^kovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth '^' J! Economical, No Waste, less work at mealtime 1 ML' Sold at leading supermarkets B^ and independent grocers I lSHa HATK)M*L ROSNtR SMBAGt CO.. INC. featured at fine delicatessens. 230 N.W. 5th Street, Miami. Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225



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% % %  PAGE 2B + bit on Sunday. March 15th The breakfast event ia expected to attract more than 500 p er so n a snd will be held at 10 am. at the Colony Restaurant. 3500 S\V 22nd Street. Miami Metropolitan Division Chairman Harry Zukernick haappointed Miami Chairman M J Kopeiowitz M J and Southwest Section Chairman Irving Saal to head the committee in charge of arrangements for the EffaiIn keeping with the new Metroterhood. Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women National Home for Jewish Child ren at Denver. National Council of Jewish Women. Golda Myer^r. politan Division plan this year, the Pioneer Women. Kadimah Chapter. Southwest section of Miami will be the first to kickoff its phase of ihe campaign Other programs are being scheduled in the remaining sections of Dade County. Zukernick said An urgent call for volunteer workers in the Metropolitan Divis ion has been issued to all of Dade County's Jewish civic, fraternal, veteran and religious organizations "At least 1.500 volunteers will be required in the door-t-.-: r.R and Saal with the rr gram I r the %  •.%  .vrv an, Hyman Kam. B H Libermaii T _,K Regal. Abe '••-' %  %  :er I beor. appointD the Soul Ruth Amstei i to H Ben %  %  %  Pioneer Women Workmen's Circle Women and Vladeck Branch. Workmen's Circle The Food Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal will sponsor its annual dinner on Thursday. March 12th. 7 p m at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, according to Sam Heiman. Division chairman Dinner Chairman Herbert Sher has announced that more than 500 dealers and merchants are being invited to the annual event Nam ed a* co-chairmen to assist Sher are Murray Daum. Murra} Mattes and Mel\m Weial Key uurkeruho will assist with arrangement. 'Mchell Adit r Nathan Alexar.diHirr;. Auf J-Sarr. Badar.o-. Robert I Jp>eph Garvett. Al Greor. Mai Held | rard Jacobus. Hsrr;. • j %  .• tforl S : Raj Marvin I • Bei S : Julian "• re ori foi • been lion coTeen Asrers Kick Off Herbie Kalin. young vocalist. will headline the program of enter tainment for the Combined Jewish Appeal Teen Agers' Breakfast set for Sunday. March 8th. 10 am., at the Royal Palm Hotel. Kmanue! Tropp. chairman of the Teen Age Unit, has announced that prt-idents or properly authorized delegates from more than 40 teen age organizations have been invit ed to the kickoff breakfast at which time the youth will hear an addna DJ Ephraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Gale will speak on Responsibility Of Dade County's Teen Agers In The Combined Jewish Appeal Jerry Carver, director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, and Miriam Sheinberg. secretary of the Zionist Youth Commission, head a professional advisory' committee assisting Troop with arrangements. A workers meeting of the Flagle Gale Mrs. Get Pertes Dr Harrj Q R ••;•..• Grej rj I R -• Fred T Jacob H Siegel. Her• r and L^rry Whi • • organizations in the area acting asponsors the affair are: American Jewish Beth David Congregation. Beth David -egation Sisterhood. Congreof the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a benefkiar) agency of the Appeal Launching activities of the Teen agers Division will be a kickoff breakfast on Sunday. March 8th. 10 am at the Royal Palm Hotel. • 'hibreakfast will come presidents and kej workers from mure than 40 Ugh >chool age clubs and organizations to hear the CJA story The meeting is under the direction of F.manuel Tropp Ac gation Beth El. Congregation Beth tmt.es dire el i [the CenteHad 1 Msterhood^B nai B nth Sholem chairman of the Teenager-. I'.-.:: .Assisting Tropp will be a Lodge No 1024. Israelite Center Israelite Center Dora Steiq Sister hood. Jewish War Veteran? LadiesAuxiliary. Jewish War Veterans Norman Bruce Brown Post, Far Ben Gunon Branch No 304. : Hebrew Schcol and I -.'.. n. Miami :: School Sis sinnal Adruorj Committee hby Jerry I arver B'nai Youth director and Miriam Sheu btrg. aecretar) | -.he Grata I i -' i •• --.--. Quota in the You:: and %  Harry Sands (left) prominent real estate operator, and Sam Vessel. p,oneer Coral Gables business man. accept appoT ments as ca-chamnen of the Coral Gable. MehopSlitan Una. in the Combined Jewish Appeal. The two leaders^ shown in conference at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Feder ahon. discussing plans for partidpation of all Coroi GahU. residents in the campaign. CJA Affair lor Granada group is scheduled for Monday evening; March 0th, at the 1 Flagler-Granada Community Center in behalf of the Combined Jew ish Appeal, it has been announced by Ben Clein. chairman. Pledge cards will be distributed and assignments made by Clein to insure coverage of the Western ar ea by volunteer workers. M. J. KopelowiU, Miami area chairman.of the CJA Metropolitan I Division, will address members of Hadassah's Menorah Group on Mon day. March 9th, 2:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. KopelowiU will speak on the subject: How Your Dollar To CJA Serves Jewry Everywhere. Mrs. Joel Meyer is program chairman. TytelL Fox Firm Opens Arthur E. Fox, CPA, and Ber nard Tytell. CPA. announce the opening of their firm, Tytell & Fox,' at 315 Roper Building, Miami, for the practice of public accounting. .nurjAY. Home A Plans fi r Climq x A Souvenir R, J onors of ,„* women's AuxiiJl liom for the \3l **> on Sund.fi nu at the AlgS Th e brunch uj Mrs. Mollies dent Honored forL P* year „ n ^3 Schulu. Mrs. Li J Charles Klin^ Highlight oi the i the Rededicauon M Irving Lehrman ,3 tion of souvenirs hf cording to Mrs ijL chairman. Music 3 Malkin and his Accidents never 1 J ney re caused. SIDE BY SIDE w FOR YOUR PERFECT tNJOYVfNT OF TKf STRUTS KOSHER MATZOS For Taste, for Quality and for Kashruth, STREIT'S MATZOS 'are acknowledged the World's Finest. Let your observance of Passover be as certain of the finest in taste as well as the most unquestionable correctness. STREW KOSHBI Fit companion for tail Finest Mtttoi ., | ,WINE it the finestsi hospitality can offer) Made in the mort! 'Jewish tradition. byC know and respect tail acting Jewish tattei Be RIGHT... with Simi ARON STREIT, INC. a^HW ^^ • 150 RIVINGTON ST., NEW YORK 2, N. Y. DEDICATEDWI Other STREIT PASS0VIR PRODUCTS-distributed from Coast fo CH MAT20 WEAL, MACAROONS, GEFILTE FISH, B0RSCHT, PRESERVES, CANDIES. %  KtfrisWlW fc/iie/r > HI-GRADE FOOD CO. "M M.w. 7th Thursday Friday DAILY Miami Springs City Hal 1:00 5 'JO PM Attention Home Owner§| DON T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING APPLICATIONS FOR H0MEST EXEMPTION. FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1. 1953. YO MAY FILE BY MAIL OR GO DIRECTLY TO THE FOLLOW'NG LOCATIO ESTABLISHED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. DUR'NG THE HOURS STAI THROUGH MARCH 31. Monday Hi.la.h City Hall Op. Loeka City Hall *30 AM 5 I'M 9:00 AM 1200 NoOfl Tuesday North Miami City Mall Miami Shores City Hall 8 30 AM 500 PM 1 CO 5.00 PM Wednesday Homestead City Hail South Miami City Hall 8 XJ \M 5 00 PM 1 IK) 4:30 PM Miami Beach City Hall Surfsid* City Hall 8 30J'M 5.00 PM 2 00 PM 5.00 PM ?! ^ Ci,y HtH *** H rbor Ci *r H 9 001100 AM 12 00 Noon 2:00 PM 0 0 '* 1 /J?"** Ci, y Hall North Miami Beach City Hall 8 30 AM 5:00 PM 9:00 AM 5:00 PM DAILY Florida City and Auto Ta, Aoency in Parrine I J5^fR55L55 A REPRESENTATIVE ON SATURDAY. MARCH 14th. THE FOLLOWmr: PI int. — -— aft III**m THE FOLLOWING PLACES: Miami Edison High School, 6101 NW 2 Ave. thami if !" H e m t B,ary ^noo'">51 NW 29 Terr. Miami Senior Hiijh School. 2450 SW 1 St (2i (3i >4. i6. : 8 %  10 ill. 115. '12. l.i '14 (15. 9:00 AM-5 oo m Amv !,.!^ c fc,emenUry Sch00 '' 3351 Matilda St. Army Surplus Store. 0100 NW 27 Ave North Miami City Hall Mom.-U-ad City Hall North Miami B* ac h Citv (oral Cable* I'.iy Hall Miami Beach < ,ty Hall Hialeah City Hall Miami Shores C,ty Hall ^>uth Miami City Hall Opa Ucka C.ty Hall Miami Springs ( ,t y Hall Miami Shores City Hall P an i Hall ___,.^ 830 AM 5:00 P i-nn PM -4-30 P<| AT St",roSSftlE AS ESENT IIVE N SATUBDAY. MAKCH ^W AJ^ATS?,S ANNOT OV > HOMESTEAD aEMPTION FOB TJKJSI E2 WrrHm THE TIME UMTT PBESCBJBO 1 '^ K>HW A. GAUTTER. DADE COOTfTY TAX



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Our UN Newsletter By ARTHUR LEWIS ..nMS The question of Soviet anti-Semitism is NA V.h"e second part of the Seventh General A* ^ue bcf'""' neW issue we have had herein a long time it is the on y a nave been discussed before. It has c h mattP !" Li was ex the ssemnew issue we have had herein a long time, Formosa have been discussed before It has ic h matters as ^ ^ ^ routine session to clean up the left f pe t oart into one of the most important meetings of th f fir ,,:,,„ and it may very well be the reason why W S An drei Vishinsky has come here. ign i ha* never been any Jo*f where Western .ymwgh there has ^ ^ ^ — ditcoMk>f h#r# bou t R her *, Jewish policies which have led to the rupture lin !." irael but now it it ono of tho main topic* heard „me indication of tho strong stand tho American riders>orn ^^ jn g t t#fmnt ma d, b y PresiKtfSJ Brotherhood Week In th. Unit.d ft** f Soviet anti-Semitism and said that the "vicious caloke 01 a ^ .^ (he Commumst enslaved countries is Lrsccution ^ ^^ Q{ ^ tyrants are a i ways the same, lr min hnners and slogans may change." The president also f he r %  ,.world affairs, the United States and Israel were I. .Lnpfense of the same democratic ideals. l f the dscussion in the corridors here is about what the ,. mr-rthis issue. Those who believe that the Israeli decii.h. nui-stion of anti-Semitism behind the Iron Curtain has fVindiLkv to come here point to the fact that he is the LitVflcl&ur Foreign Ministers who has made the journey II a lv for the United Nations. LH Vnreign Secretary 'Anthony Eden is only dropping in, so I ktawav b ick from a conference in Washington, while the tto Minister. George Bidault, is unlikely to attend SecreMP John Foster Dulles may visit occasionally but will spend Lb time in the State Department. On the other hand, the .tnkters of several of the lesser powers are here, and thus ,',,„„ ha s made this a much more important international than as expected when the first part of the Assembly ,. ktn for granted hero that Mr. Vishinsky will attack; tho •reiecuter of the Moacow Trial* (ho should know about antiB for he was then damning Zionism and "bourgeois Jewish Ln is constitutionally incapable of defense. He can do this the Ciech item on the Mutual Security Administration or as killed "the interference of the United States in the internal Lf other estates" when he will probably charge the Jewish Lnd the Joint Distribution Committee with being American L organizations. The Israeli delegation is prepared to counfind go over to the attack. of the uncertainties here is the attitude of the Asians and Ef this issue They held a secret meeting just before the and afterwards, a spokesman made same platitudinous reiwat anti-Semitism being a bad thing. However, the view bat many of the members of this bloc, and particularly the nembers will be able to find some excuse for abstaining, if i this issue should come to a vote at the United Nations. Rabbi Lehrman Named Chairman Of Technion Drive In Southeast Area Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual Colonel Elyachar revealed that leader of the Miami Beach Jewish a goal of $150,000 had been set for Center, has been named South ,ne South Florida drive and that • —. this amount will be used to build eastern chairman of the American ^ Rabl)j rving Lehrmm Food Technion Society's drive to raise Technology Laboratory of the new 1 Technion. General Yaacov Dori, president of the Technion now touring the United States on behalf of the general campaign, expressed his "extreme pleasure" over Rabbi Lehr, man's acceptance of the Southeastern chairmanship. General, Dori revealed that the highlight of the South Florida campaign will be a testimonial dinner? to Rabbi Lehrman on May 14th, the date of Israel's fifth anniversary as an independent state. Plan < for the event are being readied now, and it is expected to be one of the outstanding functions in local Jewish affairs. The American Technion Society' 1 $10,000,000 campaign for a new Technion has grown out of Israel's ever-increasing need for skiHe:! manpower. The present Institute of Technology, built some 40 yean ago when Palestine was an almost barren, sparcely-populated land, is unequipped to handle the you •;, nation's technological needs. The Society's goal is $3,500,000 a year for the next three years. label Irving lehrman $10,000,000 to build a new Tech-' nion in Haifa, it was announced by Colonel J. R. Elyachar, president of the Society. Technion is' the popular name used for Israel's only Institute of Technology. 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AIMIIMHI .Speaks To Zionists Dr. David S. Andron will address the Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday. March 11th. 12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz-Plaza Hotel His topic will be The Dilemma Of The Jew The guest speaker holds the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence During the Roosevelt adnunistra tion he served as Counsel for NRA to national trade associations. Dr. Andron is also the author of ary president: M. J Kopelowitz. several books, one of which receiv.chairman of the Board: S. I Berned the award of the Historic Arts baum. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Association. David Phillips, vice presidents: Dr The Zionist luncheons are an ev Joseph M Weidberg. treasurer, ery Wednesday function at the MiArchie Greenberg. financial secreami Beach Israel Zionist District, tary: Mrs. Sol Silverihao. corres Abe Kurman Heads Jewish Aged Home For Second Term The Jewish Home fr the Aged of Greater Miami has re-elected Abe Kurman as president for a second term Other officers for the year 1953 are Judge Harold B. Spaet. honori ^H headed by Fred Jonas, acting president. Al Ossip serves as chairman and Toasttnaster. assisted by Dan Broad. Jack Fishman. Charles H. Lee. Irving SchaUman. Frank A. Gordon. Faye Tupler and Mrs. Ossip Jewish Home Residents List New Activities Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged are now being provided with two group activities under the supervision of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Maurice PerlJtein. executive director of the Home, and Efroim Gale. GMJCC director On Tuesday mornings, the residents participate in an arts and crafts program under the leadership of Mrs Dorothy Reich art student at the University of Miami. A round table discussion on the subject. What Can Be Done To Make Older People Happy, was the feature program yesterday afternoon in the weeklj series of group participation activities led by Jos-1 eph Fogel. graduate psychology of Miami Beach student at the University of Miami. B'nth. scheduled ponding secretary: and Mrs. Moses Krieger. recording secretary Communal leaders here welcomed to their first Board meeting last week were Colonel Jack M. Amy. Sidney Ansin. Harry Speier and Harold Thurman In a report to the Board. Kurman stressed that the Home has three major objective for this year These are: 1) In conjunction with the Great er Miami Jewish Federation, to de velop a master plan for a com pletely new home of 125 to 150 beds at Douglas Gardens 2) Break ing ground for the Jack Ablin In firmary %  with a bed capacity of 30 for the chronically ill. by early Fall and its completion by Spnng of 1954. 31 Burning the mortgage of S85.000 at the 10th annual meeting %  early next year Judge Spaet and Mrs Benjamin Appel. co-chairmen of the Pion-1 eers Committee, announced plans for a plaque dedicated to those who had pioneered in the initial development of the Home. The plaque will be presented at a dinner late in April. 4 -* %  # #• Newly elected officers of the Jewish Home for the Aged are shown above to right axe Mrs. Sol Silverman. corresponding secretary; Baron de Hirsch Me* dent; M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board; Abe Kurman. president; and Mr u, er, recording secretary. Standing are Judge Harold B. Spaet. honorary preside Mil baum. vice president; Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, treasurer; and David Phillips vi Not shown is Archie Greenberg. who was selected financial secretary. Miami Convalescent Home Spec'alizing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN, Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 2-S437 and 9-0278 I WANT MY MILK Sullivan To Speak At the weekly luncheon meeting Lodge. B'nai for Tuesday Moderator for the discussion was March 10th. 12:15 p.m.. in the NaSo'.omon Gross, a Home resident tional Hotel. Daniel P. 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tm,n r Group To Install Officers fULUj^ gUmi Hebrew Free %ill hold an inr0 n Sunday. March 'Se Beth El AuwiH be Ephrairn director of the [Jewish Community 1 Friedman. Miami master of cerepalmer. Beth El Lduled as installing Lfte will assume the lent. Others are Max rut and Morris Zimpres idents: Harry, ir: Leo Osier, f.-j ,. Rose Pertes. re-, ,'. ida Ochs. corre-. Sam Radlich | Louis VVcin,,„,. and Milton amentarian. of the affair are ,d Yoland Bernstein. Bessie Rosenberg, ,ah Kam. Leo Oster. ilax Rappaport. Max s Rachael Sakowitz. be Miami Mayor t hia and Mrs Sener Joseph RackOVttJ Miami Hebrew Free n as organized in [ith an initial capital the two and oneexistence, the group's membership has risen to 150 persons. Purpose of the Association is to extend loans without interest. As of this date, the Association has made 95 loans amounting to $8,660. Play At North Shore Meeting A play entitled. A Sabbath Commercial, was presented this week at a meeting of the North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood. The play was written, produced and coached by Esther Block and Edythe Feldman. Members participating included Fay Rosenthal, Marjorie Ross, Es-, ther Block, Mollie Rosenthal, Ger\ aldine Goldstein, Sarah Stern, Roslyn Kirshberg and Maxine Carrol. Uoldvn Agere iiold Purim ttall The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, will hold a Post Purim Ball on Sunday, March 8th, at 8 p.m. Among the features will be a fortune-telling booth, with Mrs. Minnie Rubinstein acting as the fortune teller. The best and most unusual costume will receive a prize. The Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will schedule concerts every two months on Sunday afternoons at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. Shown above (left to right) are Dan Breefkin, assistant conductor; Dr. Samuel Kaplan, orchestra member; Vasilios Priakos, guest conductor; Abe Haiduck, orchestra member; Alfred Lesser, executive director; and Al Retskin, orchestra member. DOG RACING NIGHTLY ( h <:*<'|U Sunday) dfladet ;ENNEL1IIB HEHT£D GMHIDSTAllD Tropical Lodye i'ulis Committm Chairmen New committee heads have been announced this week by A. Budd j Cutler, president of Tropical i Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Named are Samuel B. Berger, membership; Ben Gindy and Al Kaplan, veterans; Mort Gilman, Hillel; Lewis Sternshein and Jim i Levinson, Anti-Defamation League; Jerry Spolter, community service and blood bank. Larry Niditch, program; Bob | Stone, fund raising; Leonard Lifshulz, Americanism; Leonard Uhr, athletics; William Herzbrun, good and welfare; Al Budner, publicity and public relations; Irwin Goldhoff and Ronald Fern, BBYO;.and Gilbert Levine. communications. Testimonial Honors Dr. Harry Queen A testimonial program honoring Dr. Harry H. Queen will be given by the Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband jointly with the Golda Myerson Pioneer Women's Organization on Tuesday evening, March 10th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El Center. Dr. Queen will be presented with a Golden Book Certificate to mark his 75th birthday and to honor him as founder of the Ben-Gurion Branch. The presentation will be made by Rabbi David Shapiro. A musical program will feature Paul Milstone and Mrs. Frances Packar. Deborah, israeli Hadassah Hold Mark Wedding The Deborah and Israeli Groups of Hadassah are holding a ioint meeting on Monday. March 9th, 1:30 p.m., in Temple Beth Sholorr. Mrs. Harry Kaplan and Mrs. William Lee will preside. Directed by Mrs. Harold Wynn, the program will be a mock wedding ceremony enacted by members of the Deborah Group Memibers attending will also help fill jHadassah's hope chest with linens to be distributed in Israel. A wedding reception will follow. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the xrato <* maxn Jewish Trade Movie At Wise Meeting Husbands are invited to a special meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah on Tuesday, March 10th, 8 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. A movie entitled. Journey Across The Centuries, will be shown. FOR UK FINEST IN #^'r00K..*AH MANISCHEWITZ North Shore Bazaar A bazaar sponsored by the Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will be held from Sunday, March 15th through 17th. Proceeds will go to the Hebrew School Building Fund. Coordinating chairman is Mrs. Lillian Korson. no 1133> I Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday! Phone 4-3249 AMERICA'S FIRST CHOICE IM MATZOS TO ORACE THE SEDER TAIlt f. SymM k V-r Afmmu <* STRICTEST KASHRUTH MMI HN1ST OUAMTYI J ;% IN TRAFFIC as always P %  i • •• LET'S MAKE 1953 a better year on our streets and highways! On auto bumpers around Florida this year, you'll see these reminders that consideration of the other fellow will save lives...maybe • yours. Courtesy to our visitors, too, will bring them back...and their friends with them. one ,n a terie* of community scrvic* advert*"*"'! o( A4RIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 'Httpinf BviW Florida' Remember ... //' .'FOR FLORIDA ...FOR YMi!



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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY when Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Elisa Cerner will ren•T the musical portion of the lrgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack J I hen. Daily services are at 7:30 MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND •.. 'CONGREGATION will hold Friday • • • .evening services at 5:30 p.m Late HEBREW ACADEMY will hold services are at 8:15 p.m. Guest en tt.iuiu isaac on mu K '^~" Aoud>fh IM-IOI— Itahhi lc Bvor. Orthe topic' Strange Gods Mincha Sodas. rlta BJ Mumi Boacb. on is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sol Weiss will be host Daily services are at 8:30 am. and at 6:15 p.m. Kal'bl Max Shapiro. ;<:i SW Ird Avo.. T .day evening services at 6 p.m. •urday morning senices are at 9 a n.. Rabbi Alexander Gross will oiate. The Bar Mitzvah of Ro• Isser. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack er, will take place at that time i-on Kraus. Academy instructor. will assist An Oneg Shabbat for Iren is scheduled at 3:30 p.m.. r the direction of Mrs. Alexler Gross. Hostesses will be the -dames Joseph Shapiro. Daniel Yedlin and S. Garfinkcl. Mincha is 8 p in followed by Shalos SeuDaily services are at 730 a.m., at 6:30 p ID -NESSETH ISRAEL CONGRE CATION will hold Friday evening ces at 5 45 and at 8.15 p.m Meringoff, president, will inice Rabbi Alexander Gross .'•i i.scheduled to officiate. Sub%  of his discourse Ischeduled The Sabbath In Jewish Life lor Abraham Self will render •' musica! portion of the liturgy ten ices are at I • An afternoon Bible class be at 5 p.m.. conducted by hi Shim n Weiss Mincha is at : -IS p.m Daily services are held at 5 45 p m TEMPLE ISRAEL I : Miami will I i %  oing sen ices at 15 p.i %  %  Dr seph Narol I preaching on the l*nto The Lord A New is School %  n nder the musi speaker will be I. M. Jaffe Subject : of his discourse is scheduled as: Israel's Position Today. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am. when Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Avick. will become Bar Mitz vah. Rabbi Simon April and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will officiate A class in Customs and Laws will be held at 5 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. s s • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening senices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs Jack Donnerstag Participating will be Elaine Sachs. Ruth Dixon and Joann Shier, representatives of the Miami Chapter of Junior Hadas sah. During the Oneg Shabbat sponsored by Mr and Mrs Sidney Palmer. Mrs. B. F. Breslauer. of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be guest speaker Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's discourse is scheduled as: The Finest Quality Floral offerings will be by Mrs Rebecca Castle Saturday morning senices are at 9 a.m.. when Lenny, son of Mr and Mrs Isidore Scneinhoft, will become Bar Mitzvah Beth David Coaaamtlva, BriV El'-I>r Shmaryahu Swlraky. Of v 8W lTth Av., Miami Bfth JacoO-IUhbl M.IOM Mwhelnff. Orthodox. 101-111 (Tut. Avf.. MR Btth Sholom I.*>n Kronlsh, 1 t*T-V 4144 Cll>M Avo.. MB. Beth TMah 11..!! I .l.-.|'h Rackov,kj orthodox, Hi Euclid Ace.. Miami Bosch __ ,. Ceral Gablco—lUM'i Morris Skop. UbM Palermo \i. C r.ablon Downtown Synagogue "'rthodox, 135 NW 3rd Art M Flagler-Granada -64) NW 51t P.aco. Miami Hebrew Academy — Hant.l AVxander H .. %  • %  .. v IS %  Ith St.. M B HuleahM,ami Spring* — Kevor,-nd :i, .. Cuniervatlvi Ml K. 4th v i %  i i %  Hollywood SWO Polk H %  I Israelite Center — IS.il' 1 V > %  >, .i -• II s\v ;ih Tar., Mian Kneeth urael Rabbi Abraham r.m%  v 1115 Kurlid Avo.. MM Miami Beach Rabbi In n| l-hrman. • Wash Av*., M It Miami Hebrew School Rabbi SlmOB April Orthodox, ll-l s\V Uth Ave HI McnticeHo Park %  ..• ,.,,! \K \ %  h Mian I Bea< h North Dade Rabbi Harry Ettinsor, W Dlxla Highw ,\ Sorth v North Shore Rabbi Mayer Ahramo%  —... • vativo. CM ""th st Mi-' Beach Temple laraei 1" Sarot, Ite• v %  •' SI Ml iml. Tifereth Israel — C S Miami Ave. I West Miam I Wuman, Conservative, 5710 >vv 17th St.. Mlai Voung Israel OrthdOZ, 4O01 Chase 1 Ave Miami Beach. Zamora Reverend Rudolf Brill, TonI live, 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral Qal • i vice chairman of the Beth Sholom Religious School Board: Irving Kaplan, president of the PTA; and Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Religious School Board. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Melvyn Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions at all senices. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate at the late service and discuss: What Judaism Means To Us. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Junior! Congregation worship at 11. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by < Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7 a.m. Port 'n. A cliIIN %  •. follo^-j Th w vi" S3 Thoughts Minch,L Uunv Da % mm N0rl...! fine kosher c .IN uss mu i • FROM PACUC-f \ ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will bold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with students of the Center Religious School participati ing. Arthur Deutsch. chairman of ; the Religious Committee, will speak on: Children In The Synagogue. An Oneg Shabbat sponsored j by the Sisterhood will follow. Sat-1 urday morning services are at 91 am Barry Szemene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tiber Szemene, will become Bar Mitzvah. 5 'ichtni h Koshtr, too! ft fan CalceA Mhl Co.. Bstlaltria] £•• • 'voo.i Mi ^a:^ BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services al Sundown. Saturday morning servt 8:30 a.m Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsk) will officiate and ervice Canl h on the topic <>n Worshipwill direct the pint The Gold We Manufacture A 'i i HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER hold Fridaj evening services • 5:15 p.m., uh Reveren • g Subject of hidis• • is s heduled as: Idol Wor In The Twentieth Century and MrAl Gordon will be at the Oneg Shabbat Satur•; morning services are at 9 a m Barr>. son .if Mr and Mrs NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENice Bailine. will become Bar TER will hold Fr.dav evening serv. z,an "ces at 815 p.m with Rabbi Mayer ICOACI ITC rcyreo ,, u,_, Abramow officiating and preach-SRAELITE CENTER will hold ing on the topic: Happiness Withay evening services at 5:30 p.m. jn Rea ch. Cantor Edward Klein a h eniCeS a r e H a, K 8 15 U P T .' and W1 rend ^ ic*J portion of L C lT e d SaiSS* "" .* %  *!. —ed by the Center :n Talmud is at 4 45 p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening service.* at 6 p m Saturday morning services are at U am Mincha will be at 6 15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at 6 15 p.m I ident, and Jack Finkelstein, i '.ir. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will :ss the Weekly Portion Hosts at the Ones Shabbat will be Mr. B Mrs David Granat. in honor of son. Robert, whose Bar Mitz is scheduled for Saturdav ning. 8:30 a.m. Rabhi Sachs '. it) discusBar Mitzvah Among American Jewry. Kiddush will fol. the Saturday service. -'GUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eveservices at 6:15 p.m followed bj Kabbalat Sabbath Saturday p.ing services are at 9 a.m.. 25 YEARS oi Dependable Service Founded 1927 By Charles A. Reed MMA3U SAytTORUM *,.„* All liortda and the Frd* rai \„ 4 > nvipH Roles are flexible, write for mental health literature 79th STREET at MIAMI COURT Phone 7-1824 or 84-5354 by Shalos Seudos A daily lecture series will be conducted by Rabhi Mescheloff on the subject: Jewish Law Ami Practices Time is 6 p.m. Cantor Aaron Weinsarten will render the musical portions of liturg) TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening senices at 8 15 p.m Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: Ten Years Of Jewish Education The sermon will mark the Temple s 10th annivers ary Participating will be Irvin Katz. principal of Miami Beach Hmh School: Alexander Robbins. HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m.. and will be conducted by Reverend Mordechai Haalman and Cantor Joseph the Malek. Kiddush will be recited by Russ Blumenthal The One? Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Siege). Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. Daily services are at 9 a.m.. and 6 p.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 830 a.m.. when Rabbi Arie Ring and Vi Job-Si MOTAL0Y1 WHILE YOU I STOPS OIL BU RAISES COVPRE! SAVES FU %  • do : inrlh.. rlni. j, f ^| Hot m truck* •' %  •> %  ion I oulldi i • •hn.uj!) I ••-Khlch *il| i : % %  %  %  .. REHMMlCaJ Booth 9-CokbUo*r| 79h St., N.L-*U£| Choir under the direction of A Louis Mechlowitz. Saturdav morning senices are at 8 45 am Rabbi Abramowitz will discuss Lead-' ing A Peaceful Life BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 6 p m Saturday morning sen ices are at 8 30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and preach on the sermon: The Jewish Census Junior senices are at 9 am. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. 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[jtt Unveiling I. dedication of a monument to Lmoooi the late George LeE3, of 5SKC C Miami Beach, will take £ undav. March 8, 11 a.m. at Kfcbo Cemetery with Rabbi L Mescheloff officiating. Mr. It b survived by his wife Alice, [fitter Celia, 5 brothers. IsiRudy, Jules, Leo and Dave; ,4 sisters including Annie HerEM Berger and Bobby GrossI Arrangements are in charge timer's Miami Monument Com| Friends and relatives are | to attend. LQ Unveiling .. dedication of a monument to Ninon of the late Charles H. formerly of 2015 S. W. 21st fill lake place Sunday. March jciock. at MI Nebo Cemetery fur. Joseph Narot officiating. K.'.en is survived by his wife f a son Alan B. and a daughkrs. Beverly Ruth Robbins; I brothers including Harold of (j and one sister. Mr. Cohen i member of the Masonic OrShriner. an Elk and also a of the American Legion, iB'rith and Temple Israel ConItion. Arrangements are in of Palmer's Miami Monu[ Company. Friends and relalare asked to attend. |cson Unveiling I dedication of a monument to emory of the late Harry S. -.. formerly of 852 Jefferson me. will take place Sunday, B; 3th. I o'clock, Mt. Sinai Icnal Park Cemetery. Mr. Leennirvived by his wife Mary, a fe:;l of Baltimore. Md. and 2 jters. Mrs Frieda W'eiden and §3 DanieN. Mr. Lecnson was a erof the Shandloff Lodge No. Pi the Jewish People's FraI Order Arrangements are in of Palmer's Miami Monu: Company Friends and rela|ire asked to attend. enberg Unveiling dedication of a monument memory of the late Jean fcberg formerly of 7887 S. W. Jk.enue will take place Sunday, i 8th. at 2 p.m. at the Miami Knights of Pythias Plot, at %  sal Memorial Park Cemetery [Rabbi S T Swirsky official's. Greenberg is survived by I "band Benjamin, a son Her|a'.d a daughter Phyllis; two fa, Gary Friedman of Caliand N'athan Friedman of %  Jersey: also a sister Miss Ruth %  %  an. her parents, Mr. and lAbe Friedman of California. pscmenu are in charge of Pali Miami Monument Company. •and relatives are asked to — *A %  m-t-:it j.i /. Obituaries : : %  'TJk*: t. 'PAGE 7B HARRY MICHAELSON *!. a retired court reporter, died Feb 25. He wan a winter visitor from Chlcago. Beach Memorial Chapel sent the body to ChlcaKo for Hervlref and burial. ALEXANDER LION 75, of 12'iu aw tn Ave died Wednesday. Ha cuiir heir Iroin Newark N.J., four year* ago. Surviving are hia wife. Mm. Jennie l.lon. and a brother Mr. IJ-m wan a metiiuo.of Sholeni Lode,, of It'nai H'rlth an I of Temple I. I.I. I anil a lufiuei i..,M,i..t of hxeklel l.odge of linul Ifrlth in Newark, bervleea were held Friday at Miami Klvei'Hlue I-uneral Home, with burial at urnceland Memorial Park. MRS. IDA LEVINE 74, of 412."". Collins Ave., died Feb. 26. She had come from New York 13 yearn ago. A daughter, Mrs Sophie Kllner, aurvlves her. Services were held last I-inlay at Klvemide Memorial ('Impel, with burial at Mt. Sinai i >metiT>. IRVING ROCK 6"., of 639 tveat ave., tiled Feb. 2:.. Me bad %  • %  •in.from New York 10 yeari ago. A brother, Morns, survive! lum Btrvlcai were bald it Riverside Memorial Chapel, with i. i! I.I. at Mt. Blnal Cemetery. MRS. MINNIE PLATT 71, of Tin Jefferson Ave., died Peb. : ,. She had lived here 12 years Three daughters, Mrs Refine Louis, Mrs. Prances Wlahnlok and Mrs. Ida Btooml ield. survive her, Bervleea IIHI held at Riverside Memorial Chapel. 84 uf M. B RAHAM ZIT| N lMiai.il KV."£ .**" M "'""•'victor at IT &3&SWW ,, I %  K.T i remaln w er i ur miernient. | ALBERT C. ROEHM SiSfa "', vlv s "'"'• %  %  Me" !" %  %  '' *' hapel sent the bodi to i-itts. bunch for set vices .,,„, ,, m | u """ %  LOUIS GARNICK I.-, who came from Brooklyn %  rear wi",' t„ Brooklyn for services and burial, JULIUS ROSEN M, a winter visitor irom New fork 9, a winter visitor from .New York. died 1 eli. K. Mis wife, Mrs. Etta Ki.iilman. survives him. Oordon'i Miami Beach Funeral Home sent the body to New York for services and but ial NEWMAN LEWIS O, of Mt1 SW JTIh St.. a World War I veteran, died Feb. 27. A department %  tore salesman, ha had come from New Yoik IS years UO. Surviving are his wife. Mis ICcatna Lewis, a son. William, and four slaters, Mrs. Etta Naftei. Miss Ad.i Lewis and Mrs Viola Mnmanstern of Miami Beaoll and Mrs Certrude Btrauss of Hollywood, Kla and a brother; Services were held Monday, with burial al st.u of David itmet, r\ DAVID WHITE ;:.. 1227 Bfl 11th <'l. died Pb, 27. in a oaarvalescenl home at Homestea I \ retired jeweler, he came from New Haven, Conn., elghl years aso He was a ineini.ei i.i the workmans Circle. survi\ in; are ills wife, Mra Iteckv While; a daughter. Mrs. Rose Bwee, Miami; and a sou In Massachusetts. Bervleea were held Sunday al Oordon'i Miami Chapel, with burial at Mt. Sinai Cemeter) ^ Unveiling iedicatinn of a monument to •emory of the late Meyer GoPmerly of 810 Alton Road, F ,;e P |ace Sunday, March 8th, ? al Mt. Sinai Memorial Park 1 '* *ith Rabbi Moses MesF > "Hiciatinu. Mr. Golub is r ,: 'i b> his mother Becky of B [ch. also two brothers, and Charles both of New '•• Golui, was a member of I ; mi Bea ch B.P.O. Elks No. I Amngements are in charge *£ Miami Monument Comj, "ends and relatives are 1 ^ attend. HARTWIO NATHANIEL BARUCH SS, the eldest of four promlnet American brothers, died Sunday at his Coral Cables home, H29 Catalonia Ave. Mr. llarux-h had been 111 for several years. In addition to his brothers. Sallin*. Miami Peach, Bernard nnd I>r. Merman It, of New York, his survivors include a son. HartwiK N. llaruch. Jr of Coral (iables: two daughters. Mrs. Kdsar Myers of New York City. and Mrs. Amalle Banks "f Houston. Texas. HERMAN KLEIN I of tK> *•'Street. Miami Belch, passed away Monday A winter visitor from New York for a number of years, Mr Klein la nurvlved by his wife. May. a damrhter Shirley (loldlwrg: one sister, Mrs. Ooldy Oatroff: three brothers. Mike. Robert an I William; and his father. Abraham. The remains were sent to Philadelphia for service* and Interment by Heach Memorial Chapel. MANUEL J. SINGER •I. of 2100 Blarrlts Drive. Normandy Isle, passed away on Tuesday. The owner and < rator of a plnmhlnc JUPply company. Mr. Sinner Is survived liv his wife, Margaret, one brother. Albert; three sister*. Mrs. I.emi Hothman. Birdie At'aa. Hose OoMattln Me was a member of the Mason'n Cleveland and Scottish Kites In Miami The remains were t i" i e-'eland for services and Interment b> Beach Memorial Chapel. LOCUST BROS RY T ** IS thv Of ST' hms tW I tM. Com v a Sl•* ,, tt* # Vr 1 •fawoui jiHCt 'e" ISADORE SAKOFSKY v.i, winter visitor from Montluello N i,'v'"2, ''' '', .-,"' ,: 'rdon'n M i Reach I'lin.t.il Mom. sent the l„,ih tn M ,. f,,. .. |, Isenberg To Chair Award Committee Former Colonel Michael M. Isen-1 The late Dr. Bowman F. Ashe berg, Miami attorney, has been and Mrs. Frederick Ravlin were named chairman of the committee last year's winners, that will choose the Outstanding Man And Woman Of 1952, according to an announcement by Judge William L. Pallott, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, one of the sponsors of the project. Colonel Isenberg said that judges for the event are now being chosen. The Outstanding Man and Woman Of The Year award was inaugurated by Sholem Lodge in 1947, and will be made at a public gathering in Bayfront Park. ELAINE GREENBERG •<, of 9.,2 Meridian Ave Miami Beach, P>SSed away l-eb. 2. Servires ere held III Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beai h, Bundaj Burvlvori are her parents, Mr. and Mi Nai i IreeniietK. and a ilater, Donna MRS. SADIE LIEBMAN :i Cellini st Coral Oables, who came here five years ai,., from New '•'' %  Conn., died Tuesday. Survlvlni a"her husband, Morris; a son and two da ujhters, including Mrs. Harriet Blatt of Coral liable. Bervleea and inn ial will be In New Haven, with Gordon %  • uneral h .• m charge ,f lonal arrangements Colonel Michael Isenberg ST*""" ^ w r NEW 1953 "MAGIC CYCLE"* defmstinq KELVINATOR! •rani IPPIMKI lor. BIO TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE f er yeer sretenl refrloereter •heeM eever dawn paymeat ea a new "Magi* Cycle" Kelvlnater. Berry In ledeyl IT'S TIME TO TRADE FOR ALL THESE BRILLIANT NEW FEATURES! "Mafic t£*£&~~ r ii kVidth frteztr Chest. p-t -in. —• o rt ^ a. ifaniJv Door Shelves! Wafe•^ p w •ssur"* sssssar' ••Prlet ikewa H lor cWIer In your kllciifo IUi Fi-VeM ProUetloe Plaa. SUM nd loeal te> eitra. I'rleei nJ >rM OoatloM Nl*|Hl to chmict without notice. OPEN RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furnirure foHOMES, HOTELS and APARTMENTS 636 N.W. 24th St, Near 7th Ave. MON. AND THURS. EVENINGS — CASH OR TERMS i 1



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PAGE 8 8 Arab IUftJgM m s I Hsiiss'il At I iprzl >l>ttiiig The Herzi Group of the Greater ~Trliami Chapter of Hadassah will "riold a discussion meeting at the N>-ne of Mrs. Ben Epstein. 4810 B.ty Road, today. 1 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs. An. r i Brenner Meyers who will dis• v Arab Refugees And Their Ci'iienship Situation. Mrs. Meyers recently returned from extensive .els in the Far East. Middle Bast aid Europe. She has been a practicing atV\ ney in Dade County since 1936 She wothe organizer of the Florida Women Lawyers Association. Hit president of the Members of t 1 --Bar Association, treasurer of International Association of Shaloma iiroup MevtH Monday Mrs Jack Bernard, president of the Shaloma Group of Hadassah. announces that a meeting of the group will be held at the Hibiscus Lodge on Monday. March 9th. 1 p.m. Theme of the meeting will be the importance of securing Hadassah supplies. Mrs Joseph Paulen ami Mrs Sam Frankel are co-chairmen of that project Mrs. Phillip Geller. chairman of education, will present a biographical sketch of Penina Moise Women Lawyers and has al participate widel) in social and charitable community projects MrRosa Honigbaum and Mrs Carl Sus-kind are chairmen of the HADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Delicious •. • .. with cortoqe cheese, ** salads, vegetables, of fruit. As an afternoon or TV snack. Once you try it. you'll be satisfied with none other. MMICIIMI I )R CR£>v 'MltMIII' c^/ u*Huf*CTu*iD ir: Sunnif Shook QhrnmsiAy, 9nc 2180 N.W. I 3th Ave., Miami, Re. P.-ere 9-0601 MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Plan Passover Institute Passover Preparation Institutes for three areas of Greater Miami are being planned by the Bureau of Jewish Education in conjunction with the Greater Miami Jewisn Community Center The Institutes will center around the Parent-Teacher Associations of the Center nursery schools in Mi ami on Miami Beach and at Flag lcrGranada Model Sedar.m will feature the programs, with instrur tion in the complete procedure and special -one workshops of Pas-over melix! %  Objective Of the Institutes IS to, instruct motherin the significance | of the festival so as to bring about harmonious and joyful celebration by parent and child in the Jewish home. Arrangements for the Instituteare in the hands of committees under the direction of Louis Schw..rman. executive director of the Bureau, and Mrs I Ethel Grossman, Center Nursery School director The faculty will include Mrs Jack Donnerstag and Robert StrataI burg who will handle the music workshops. The first Preparation Institute will be held on Tuesday. March 10th. at the Miami Community Center This will be followed by the Flagler Granada Institute on Mon1 dav. March 23rd, and the Beach Institute on March 24th The In, stituteare open to the general I public and will begin at 8 30 p.m. The Bureau of Jewish Education :stimulating other such Institutes | by the Jew ish congregations of Greater Miami and will assist in the Passover workshops of the Beth p3\id Col tion a n d of the i Coral GabU Jewish Center Sermmdn-H Htm. \lu*i< featured Sholum Secunaa, no.ed Jewish composes, will be the subject of Morris Nasatirs new Sunday feature. Famous Jewish Composers, on Sunday over station WINZ. at 7 p.m Secunda's music will be heard during the short biography told by Nasatir His first musical composition was written for one of Nasatir s plays. The Rabbis Homestead, produced by Borris Thomashef-ky in Philadelphia and New York about 30 years ago. LEGAL "OTIC* Goodwill Group Meeting The Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a Board of Directors meeting on Thursday. March 12th 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Marcella A. Silver. 3070 SW 13th Street. IN THE CIRCUIT'em^T' ELEVENTH JUOlClAi V %  AND FOR DADt coL C !" %  DA. IN CHANCERY NTV n LENORK HAAS ,?;,;„„*.. %  I.AWKi-.NCK | ||\. s rw NOTlCt BY Kui L r'rl1 IK.au. Ureai \4*rfc^ Ne fork "' '-""I Yt>U ARK HEREBY \,„ that a Mil of ComSSi ,„ n IU.K been fll-,1 ., t .,,nu ,"* I Answer i.. in.. n|.| „; .. w ," n in.Plaintiff. ^t,m-, ,u !" ^ orisiB.1 In the nm,. „,' %  pjrI thr i Ircult Couit ,„, „T*( Jlsi Has ol Mar.-n. ij-.j „!?"* t> i...,,.., pm c. _*_s a*alnM >uu. ^ *"U V S" T,, ; : '• MHiJ each week ..i • wUr?J Dated si M %  HarT'^L. iU> ..I Han h, • ""• L ?Wt 1 Dei %  '• Clerk !" PAIA0T. MIA EH a tKUM Atloraeya loi r. uni ;i 104 IngTahan ; Miami, r mi Ida I /-lS-U-li Hebrew School Meeting The monthly Board meeting of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held on March 10th. at 830 p.m.. it has been announced by H M. Drewich. president. Manischewitz Passover Recipe Booklet Available MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Rotai] Rough or Pulvarisod Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEB 1813 S. W. 21st Torraco ALL WORK GUARANTEED NOTICE UNDER FICTITiout, NAME LAW NOTICE is HEttEBT arVBl M UM imdereisni I, 'i'-.-iring to -y ("i AiM'iian! Beybold BMg 3 t, -13 ^ T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I AND FOR DADE COUNTY. r\M IDA. IN CHANCERY s, AI.HINA B\'ER2ENY, lu. :.: %  ANTHONT BVERZENT, I>ft*w] NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TOU. ANTHONY CVERZENI Adams str.-et. li b ken, Sew Ja Broh.Ml'> :.t ifir.1 that a BUI ot( plaint for Divorce h.,* b r *a against you. ami you arf reqslniTi atfrve a cop) •>'• • -; or I in to the Still of %  '.mj.lair.t ot i plaintlfrr attorn. niKM-'HB ] BAKOWITS •-SeyboW BiUdaaJf ami. Florida, <'l file tk Answer or Pleading In the (fflaj the Clerti of thr Circuit Coat, f before the lth da) of Marcl :a.| fon fall to do MI. ; Miimnl by i wiir intaken a| ter tki'i demanded in the liili • %  '"oeuWM 1 'c iNK AND 'i'.l'r.KKI' t Ml Florida, this lith da> ot • K It I.KATMKl:M\ Circuit Court, I •!• i*oaO. By WM w BTi (Circuit Court S. ill I"eitJ< 1-17 S MIAMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT 420 LINCOLN ROAD — Tel. 5-fl34o SIMON SEIDEN 503 S W. 17th AVENUE — Tal. 2-5**0 A i j illustrated Passover booklet has .:-• been published by the B Manischewiu i oatpan>. world's largest ssatsn bskcm a.an aid I preparing tor tin >tiday. Includtil in th^ •.' %  ii menu -la wide v-anet) oi delightful n< dM %  •• %  • • %  .i : .. ll • The %  ,,f chargi i ^rne and ad-' MANISCHEWITZ P 0 B..\288 JersejrCttjrS New Jerses ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI %  ES 2 1598-3 9969 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. NAME LAW I NOTICE IS HEKEHY lilYfSI i th.•„::.!. i-!i!ii. I, leiiriiur 1 % %  ('•* buslneaa undei I rJT(>CKAl>E HH< \\ .HI \ • i t.. registei said %  • itii '•! %  • %  CI III %  '-' %  • ...• %  M C Rl' "HEN y KK.~si.KK • i v t \\ _•...;; 3 s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tj ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUS AND FOR DADt COUNTY. FIJ IDA IN CHANCERY. N M IIILDftEtl VA NOTICE BY P'.BLiCAT.on T.. MAKE VAI.1 '• Tot ARE h"< 'ompl i %  I v\ PEI I •tst r4 Jl K I I | LEAfM • Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sno T WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m. This prtqram is the first and has the largest listening ovieace Feotares the Jewish Phriasaaher NORMAN R. LYONS. News SHOSHANA SPECTOt aaa RAM! S. A. RWSN I -fa in t II 11 i .-, s-is-: -:: _______ NOTICE BY T -__t'a e rSl IN THE CiRCt_T COL .ELEVENTH JUO^CIALU „ FLORIOA IN ^D M i mm&jg* jpgf si** I HORR % %  agi •' ptaiat :.re ^ .,;,1.:IJ to th. HEN %  ti" V ,..!,.*<* f ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATE*** Ol 11 ITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43CG iiUuntitt : KS*J idT^ i > \l jfflL ,di.. -nd file h f X7rft___ : P laa dta s .i .. %  •,. %  -i; da> ..f April. •• |, -*'



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He % %  % % %  > %  %  %  [*c %  t t. ? PAGfe 9 B MADE tv %  *" %  •**— Milton Foreman, Hollywood chairman, Allen Kobsa, Ling manager, and Mrs. Marius Ranson, Fort Lauderdale, xuss the Temple Emanu-El Commiuury Seder which will be [ducted by Rabbi Marius Ranson at Hollywood Beach |el on Monday, March 30th. The Seder will serve the entire nmunity. as well as guests and visitors in the south Florida il.rm h Prepare* Reeipe llookiet \r ExrUing Pannover Dishes fctar} restrictions that accomi Passover, instead of being a Leap, can be treated as an opInity lo spl aside routine, evi_v menus and to enjoy meals i pleasingly unconventional. Iserve as a guide for the homelr in making the most of foods Ule lo her instead of fretting [the absence of forbidden itRokeach & Sons, manufac of Kosher foods, have puba 16-page Passover recipe el and a sample eight-day (pared in the Rokeach test tns. the 34 recipes in the let cover savory main dishes. appetizers and unique desuch of the exotic is found flavor of such dishes as bes, Eierkuchcn and Gan Edkirh have been gathered from kr corners of the globe to en1 American Passover celebraPuffs. Cherry Apple Comnd Lemon Chiffon Pie filling mong a host of tempting desfor topping off Passover in the true spirit of this i for rejoicing Jlance at the eight-day menu pd by the home economics Iment of I Itokeach & Sons pigh to convince any homethat Passover meals need dull, repetitious or unappg. Different ways of servditional favorite dishes are ted. such as Hot Borscht Dumplings and Gefillte Fish In footnotes contain instructor preparing simple but efinnovations — like honey dressing, honey broiled fruit, fruit cocktail with wine potato balls — that fONARD A. LEVINE transform the most prosaic dish into a special delight. Both the booklet and eight-day menu may be obtained without charge by sending name and address to Passover Booklet, I. Rokeach & Sons, Box 73, Grand Central Station, New York 17, New York. XPW Hebrew Academy Courses Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Principal of the Hebrew Academy, has announced a new series of courses for Adults. The course will be introduced at the opening of the Spring Semester of the Adult Education Program. Courses in Elementary Hebrew, Advance Hebrew, Jewish Philosophy, Jewish History and Talmud are included in the curriculum offered for the ten-week session. Classes will be held Monday evenings, 8 p.m., at the Academy building. Instructors for the above courses are Shirley Gross, Shoshana Spector and Rabbi Gross. Pubhshed below is another in a series o) lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which~w"ii oe published weekly by The Jeioish Flaridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at rTT uV^ iHndamental f the Manage as it is now spoken in Israel and it based on a textbook. Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob SchachterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish florid,-. will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. EVENING -JT.REV ^ Good evening, Mosheh 'E-rev jov Mo-sheh Good evening, Joseph '£-rev tov Yo-sef How are you this evening? Man she-lom-du ha-'e-revr I am O.K., thanks Shalom li, to-dah What do you wish to do this Mah ro-?eh 'a-tah la-'a-sot evening? ha-Vrev? This evening? To eat and Ha-'er-rev? le'e-chol theatre ve-te'at-ron Excellent, let us go to the Me-zuy-yan, ne-lech 'el restaurant ham-mis'a-dah .ntfa ,3iO 3*I£r J0F 3io 3>.rrTin ft oi 1 ?^ .Thp$rn... Ktf? ?3-$rr The evening meal is a lighter meal; it consists only of salad, eggs, cheese, sardine.-, tea or coffee or milk or beer or labaniah and water. (Labaniah is a drink that is drunk, and not scooped out with a spoon as is "lebben".) Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Persons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector. care of The Jewisl*. Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50. Evening of Music At Hebrew Academy The Hebrew Academy Chorus of 65 boys and girls will appear with boy cantors Shimele and Lazarke Berger at an Evening of Music scheduled for Sunday, March 8th, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium. Sidney Rubinowit2, chairman of the concert, said at a meeting that more than 1,000 persons are expected to attend. Miriam Donnerstag will conduct the 65-vcice Hebrew Academy Chorus. The choral program will include a score of Yiddish, liturgical, American and Israeli folk songs. IRVING BLASBERG • Greeting Cards for All Occasions • Stationery Napking and Matches Plain


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PAGE 10 B tJggUMMggl U > 1.M Youth Hold Purim Ball tfoiinl Sinai Cemetery l>edieate* Memorial Park: Mgnitaries Attend After 27 years of endued g !" %*% „£?££ pn-sent treasurer i>f \ ...Kiation. has been the association in Gel'hrchairman of the Branch Af con.icrated'M'.u'm Si \"u Memorial official capacity as P re ^ en %  I'sirinnt said ,nc same nuni"*. • .• esiflent saia. cMCiU Chairman of the The ccmeten was purchased in iou> capaciun u-rrv uSVnd has heen ,n the p^J ^^''^V'r'prSnt^easu^r of development until this date. S.rnon P ^ Dav|d when it has been finally complc %  *£*£. has als0 scrved h e ed and ded!cated cwneten Association for a number Rabbit Max Shapiro, of Beth ^ us >nd ig also | te pgjt presi *\ id Congregation. Moses Met%  Herzl iiraup Has Moek Marriage The Herzl Group of Hadassah will hold a mock marriage and linen shower at the home of Mrs George Goldberg. 3543 Flamingo Drive, on Da\... cheioff. of Beth Jacob Con| ttSTor S T Swirsky. of CongreMrs K^^TLLTSS Idberc. 3542 Flamingo g^ Be(h E| ;„„ Smiori Apnl of Sisterh I JyjdBjl gjj. Monday. March 9th. 1 £ he M|aml Hehre* School and £•£—J^tffl "Mrs Carl Wemkle and Mrs H\*ST£ KSST refreshS £ •-?{•^ is Heiman are planning a recep mentter ol the Sisterhood tor her 10th con tion. with a musical program and .. cheted shel Enles un der the secutive year. comedy skit. Mrs Ben Nadler will tlon of Mr< I>rao] Goldberg. Drewich. who is presently serv .--I .Ariimi ->f ihp ,;. ". jng hl jeeond term as president "Mount Sinai Memorial Park of the ""Cotton. h been nrtiv^ cemetery is located on a main 1> engaged and identified ,„ he thoroughfare and is accessible growth of communal life having from either N.W. 7th Avenue or served a~ president of the Miami furnish the musical portion of the program. Trousseau treasures will be dis played by the Mesdames Carl Susskind. Louis Goldman. Philip Lefko Witt, Leo Chaiken. Carl Weinkle N !" „_ th Avcnue occup ving a Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Arnold Seeder and Oscar Sindel • %  — '•"" Reih tract of 25 acres between 10th and now known as Congregation Beth An original offering by Mrs LeU[h JKvenue< and i 37th street B. and is serving presently his on Kaplan will conclude the affair The jn of managcment 0 { the fourth consecutive term as presi cemeten dates back to the pion-, dent of the Miami Hebrew School Mozart Discussed e er davs of the Jewish commun and Congregation and also as pres The life Of Mozart will be the ity here, when there was only one Went of the Greater Miami thevra topic of a lecture bv Professor Jewish congregation in the Greater Kadisha. Edward Clarke, of the Iniversit) Miami area, and its charter called To celebrate this occasion, its of Miami, tomorrow afternoon. 3 30 for the maintenance of a cemetery directors have voted to comment. m at the Spinoza Outdoor For for its membership With the orate the date with a special sales urn which meets on the lawn of growth of the city and the forma-| event, affording all citizens ol the home of Pr Abraham Wolft.on of new congregations, other Greater Miami an opportunity to son. 11th Street and Ocean Court congregations affiliated themselves purcha.se a plot at a greatly re__ ; ". with the Beth David group tO torm duced price %  the association now known as the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery *3M VBN VI f'i Association. Palmer added. Forming the Greater Miami Jewi ish Cemetery' Association are Beth David Congregation. Beth Jacob j S£ Congregation. Congregation Beth r El and the Miami Hebrew School jf and Congregation, as well a> Sis ^ terhood Chesed Shel Ernes The • -•Tit officers of th.' association are 11 M Drewich president Sami uel Dickson, 1st vice president. Le Meyer, 2nd vice president; Sidr.e> H Palmer, executive vice president and executive secretary; and A Pepper, treasurer Its Board of Direc'irIcomposed of Joe Cohen Harry Simons. Mrs S Stone. Ben Sokoloff. David Whitman. Max 'iTOiMJttn ^Sfc tpv 1-r* Rabbi JoMDh E. Rackovslry •45 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORM MIVI you. /-eof -i = i red "owj yy will • %  • on a no* roof imlmr %  S at .factory Wort r txp.ri.nced Man" 414 aW. tana Avanu* •>HONB 4-aaat MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE %  TORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Minor* and Resilvermg Our Specialty LAG. Glass and Mi rror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRVISG GORDON Maurice Grossman, former executive director of the Miami Jewish Community Center, has been appointed to the staff of the County Tax Assessor's Office, it was announced by John Gautier, Tax Assessor. Mr. Grossman is in the Personal Property Division. Annual H nni The Beach Y t PT" I affiliated u lth the r*T*j ish Eduction wiliHH "annu,, on Su^Sf Ml., at the I.yceum.'Sj ton Avenue. ""J Pupils of the Yiddid, ^ I present a sv mpo !" ?*4 f Poet. .U,aham m Cj g the occasion „ £** The evening w,|| ilso J| celebration of P urjm M concert of music with LJ and Paul Millstone is J ueld. The banquet n\T ed and served by th e Club of Branch No. 691 Senesch HadassJ Feted At Sea Gq The Hanna Senesch Gq. Hadassah will meetaithf3 Hotel on Monday, Marcti p.m. A reception will beintJ of a linen shower and M the group's fourth birthday 1 as Hadassahs 41st binndajl Guests will bring pmeJ the Children of Israel. 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; and all other persons or parties otherw *e having? or olaimlng any right, title claim or interest In or to the following described propertv situate. Wing and being in Dade County, Kk-irUa, to wit; Lou n ana ', In Block 3. of DIXIE HEIGHTS <; A HI.ENS, according ULi n tP Ut *> &f%  •*". i*crded In J2 B w*., B, ^i k 21 "' F, k 2. of the JMiblle Records „r l i„de countv FTnrlda. Vi ii" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED th.it a suM to irulet title to the above tlcscrleeid property ha. br,.„ film) against you in the above entitled cause, and you are hereby requested to rv a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint herein on the plaintl 1 ,."..."" 0 !" 1 ** 1 R'f'HARI. KREKiER KINK and STEPHEN A. SPEAR, Hi Congress Building. Miami, Florida" and to file the original In the office or the Clark of the above Court on or before the 28th day or March. 19.">3. or a default will be entered against you. thla isth day of February, PAGE HE LEGAL NOTICE 'N Trig-etIWOiT' COURT '-or-rut IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCER MART SfflNN Y. Plaintiff No. 157185 •NtiltW.iuli SHI.W, i.. f..„dant rOL', NO|twr,.,|i SIIINN arl KM-. by noHfied „, ,,, %  'Vour' SSJSSt leik, and serve a copv on i'lalntiff. HO*. Miami, H, ,,n ,, r i,,.fo, e MatifM •ii, IJ... ,,. the Complaint will lu. taken H.. confessed l,,-\„ M l-RMAV '..'il'^ .'" : :t %  '•• l*--ATHl "'""> &f '•• 3/8-U-JO-i7 HATED 1953. E. II. UlATUERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Hade County, Florida Hv: \VM W STUCK INU RICHARD KHEICER KINK and STEPHEN A SPEAR Attorney.-' for I'lalntlff I1J Cngresa Building, Miami, F'loridn 2/20-27 — :: fi-i.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TI'-K l> llll'.KHV OIVEN that UdersiKiie.l. ,1, siring to engage In JM uiKiei the fictitious name of ID FAll!, at the following ad. S.W. ;nd Street, i Miami. Florida Up N.W, 7th Avenue, Iiaile County, F'lorlda •BN.E. 7Sth Street, Miami, Florida. %  to register said name with fthe Circuit Court of Dade Kl.ollli'.A F-OOD FAIR. INC., hv.ii-,-/" 1 -' ''"I'oratlon. I^VnllN' U! "NI,V| TZ Ifcybold Rulldlng Florida I l"Florida Food nOr, Inc., corpora tion, — 3 6 lvFM T A R o U e. T COURT OF THE 1 V |^H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 0R r DA PJ COUNTY, FLORP ? CHK RITKES, Plaintiff, J RITKES Defendant SJM'I^PP ^BL'ICAT.ON ft"" %  K' >..;;. Rose ,tl, k ea. l'i'\!'M" k -, N w ** Ja Bill St l ,,;u, :i:V MOTIFIND Ibten mi m,l ''"" t f '"' I'lvoree I, V ,v %  mm of your '"> A 'l1 .l''; u ^""' s attorney. 1" %  %  Hlan LM 'V, ,m Otympla 1 |W A,, hlor "''>. and file the n ,? l,,l< ," r h ClrcuM I. 9M ,','"'• "" ICth day of % "•"t L i'r V "," ,a "' ''" '• 'wyuj* 1,U "'" wl %  taken P" -ttoml, Morlda, February S.'J I'KATHK.IIMAN, WM W "TtK'KINO o/6 Jii'l-'i.i UNDER ,.. N *ME LAW FICTITIOUS GIVEN that I'"' 'nil,. .:'' .'"."-•.' a-age In fA KHop. 'tious name of Kronie Av%  Intends to rea. ::„" %  ''' '"cii?g of '•" % %  < Dude NOTICE TO CREUITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29535-A In Re: ESTATE I IP REBECCA '''iRix>vi. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Bald ish You. ami each of you, at-.hereby notified and required to iiresenl anj • I..iinami demands whli either of you, may have against the estate of REBFJCCA CORDoVI deceaaed late of Brooklyn, New York, bul owning as-, ti In the State >.r Morlda. to the Honorable Count) Judges of Dade County, ami file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In I da County, lIOI id i, within eigiit calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to eontaln the lej;.,] address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date l-'ebruaiv II, A.D, IMS. MRS RAY ROSENTHAL, As Admlnlstiatrlx of the Estate ..f REBECCA CORDOVI, Dei-eaaed. THRK A NFZWMAN Attorneys for Administratrix 420 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla. 2/20-27 — 1/1-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NfUli Iis HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ,-ngaee in THF. i lin KEN coop, at I3";i \w jftV* %  ** %  .'.W tnl. Dade Ct*$\ wm, in 1 "Xl n 1 to %  "'Ki-ter aid nanje of .V.,'' ,^* rk '" ,n, • C,r '-"" Court of Dade Ihjunty. 1„,,!„ tSVJS&F" 1 ,RPO, !AT10N .-. RlrHAR^K^VI^lTlNK Attiu-ney for Itoastinaster Corp.awtion of Florida M t ongraas ituii. ng 2/27 3/6-13-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engae In pVSuSS^i'E '.'"' ''' %  •""oils name of Vv-e ,K, V MAV S "HARK RK.srAlRANT, at 2101 Blscayne Blv.i i n tho < Its Of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, I loruia. HI'DOY BARNETT CLARA IIARNFri'T BLRNBTT ROTH Attorney for Fisherman's Wharf 412 Congress Building Miami. F'lorlda 2/27 — 1/B-11-2II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL KOSHER SAi'SACJE COMPANY and FLORIDA NATIONAL KOSHER 8AHBAOE COMPANY, at 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C'ountv, Florida. ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SACSAflE COMPANY U'KINKLE & KESSI.ER Attorney* for Applicant KI4 Beybold Ruhr. I M-S1 — 3/6-13 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27458 B RE: ESTATE or ESREI. FLITMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHAROE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final repot* and petition for Final Dis. barge as Executrix of the estate of I-:SRF:I. KLITMAN, deceased; and that on the "..th day of March, HS3, will apply to the Honorable PRANK It. IK.WI.IMJ, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dischurge as Executrix of the F>tate of EFREL F'MTMAN. deceased. This 17th day of February, 1953. BTTA FI.ITMAN, As FIxerutrix of the Estate of ESREI. F'l-ITMAN, det eased I. R. UAYERS Attorney for Executrix 2/20-27 — 3/6-13 %  uli BROWN County, Sol,, owner B^Jrt-ij A Sll "i' fa-i'oi'" en *"e In \aSS8 i Co B,v "--' %  c ,rcu f'CK < of Florlds IN THE COUNTY JUOOE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR rOA. IN PROBATE. No. 2963-t in He: ESTATE OF NELLIF: S I'OII.SON, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Person* Having Claims or rviuttnds Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. nre hereby i 01 .fied and r. iiili.d to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the %  slate of NELLIE R Pflt'LSON. deceased late of Miami, Dade County, Florida, to the lion County Judge* "! Dads County, and (lie the same In their off),,. In the County courthouse In Dad. CotBltY. l-.orhla. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication, hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ami to be %  worn to and pre*< nted a* aforesaid, or same will be barred See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date February 11th. A !> 195*. 1*1 ALICE B THARP. As Administratrix of the Estate of NELLIE 8. POCLSON. I L/ ( > a Hi*. (I MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys fr Administratrix SiW-W 1 maml "*• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TH-E IS HEREBY OIVEN that the imdei signed, desiring to SOgaute in business under tlie fictitious name of •.I.i.l:l. AJrnSTS at :;MI Llneoln .Miami Bea.-h. 1 lorida. It '--' '-' % %  said name with the I '1. ik ol the 1'ircuit Court of Hade County Florida. HARRY KM.I'Y. :' %  I.in. ..;n Road, Man.. Hi m h, F'loi da Ml RTON rtOTHENBERO, Atl niej foi Hat i Kilbj i-'" Lincoln Road Bi si h, !-.' i Ida 6-18-2 IN THE CIRCUIT CCJRT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 156684 JAMES SMITH and LILLIAN SMITH, his wife, Plaintiffs, MARTHA ROBERTS and IP IBEBTS, her husband, et al. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Tin: NAME OF THE STATE OF Fi.HRll'A TO: MARTHA ROBERTS, if living, but ludiveil to he dead, anil ROBERTS, her husband, if Hying, u h"s. residences are unknown: RICHARDSON, if living, husband of FLOSSIE RICHARDSON, also Known as FLOSSIE ROBERTS; residence of RICHARDSON Is unknown: FEARS ROBERTS and RORERTS. his wife, if living, whose residence is unknown; BKI'I.AIi ROBERTS, If living, and ROBERTS, her husband, if lhlng. whose residences are unknown; 111,1.11-: DAVIS, if Hying, but believed to be dead, whose residence is unknown: MAMIE RORERTS, If living, and ROBERTS, her husband. If living, whos,. residences are unknown; Wll.l.ARD ROBERTS, If Wring, and ROBERTS, Ms Wife, if living, whose residences are unknown; EZEK1AL ••.' ROBERTS, if living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if Hying, wiios,. residence* are unknown: LEON ROBERTS, ir living, and ROBERTS, his wife, if living. Whose t' si Ii nee* are \inknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, d vises, grantees, creditors^ or other parties claiming by, through, under or against MARTHA ROBERTS, not known to be dead or alive, but believed to be dead; AND ALSo.'as to each of the above named defendant individual.-. If they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties Claiming by, through, under or against such defendants: AND ALSO, all otnrr and unknown persons having or claimingto have any tight, title or Interest In the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more parliciilarlv described as follows: Lot 16. of Block 34. of KROW ITOMKSTEAl'. according to tie Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Rook -It" at Cage KM ot the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. IN IN LEGAL NOTICE -r HfJSS TO *WBD1TORS r THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ii~.IiZ9 F0R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29626-B In Re: ESTATE OF' PHII.ilS. MMERTZI.ER, Deceased i _U "'"'"' %  '"it All Persons Having (.lain,., or Demands Against Said r-siate: n,.Ti'ii J Hn l ,a, h "' y" 11 *>re hereby noiiried and required to present any %  claims and demands which v-ou, or etth.-r of you, may have against the •mtate ol PHILIP SCHMERTZI.EIt isflWJ" 16 f i>u,, e County, 1 ,or.da •l?a.i. < %  """ %  "" %  • %  'I' 4!BH nl y Judges ol i>ade County, and Me the same in L". "''.''" '" u,r County Courthouso in Onde t.ounty, Florida, within eight demands lo contain the legal adnress or ihe claimant and lo be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, o, samewill he barred. Date February 23. A.D. 1953 LILLIAN SCHMERTZI.ER As Administratrix of the Estate of PHILIP S4JHMBRTZLER, TIELt £*&&• •^SoTnRd.. Miami Beach, Fla Attoi-neys fiw Admlnhrtrsitrlx 2/27 — t/6-ll-2n IM -r^P T J£ E TO CREDITORS N H £e. COU ^ TY J UDOES COURT Jr. J;I!? FOR OAOE COUNTY. r„ L n'" D i^ N RROBATE. NO.-29804-B In Re: ESTATF: OK W^TtiSfc HBTMOI'R, laweased A A\ V 1-e,Ilt r nd All Persons HavF'-'state" '" 8m 1 1 Against Said .,„,i n d J *' a, h "' vou are hereby notified and required to present anv claims ami demands which you. or either of yon may have against the estate „f ETHEL SPlYMoiR, deceased late of Bade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the. nrst publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to !„. sworn to and pi .sen led ,saforesaid, or same win be barred. I MI.Febi uat v j\. .\ i> IOXS 1IENNIE ROSEN, As the Ejceeutor of the Laal Will ami Testament of ETHEL SEYMOUR, Deceased HERMAN COHEN At tome) i... Executor I 11 %  '. 6-13-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol UI.I.II, RUBIN, at I03T Lincoln Road Beach, int. ids to n name with • Clerk oi the Court of Dad.Count) Ploi .'I i I.II.LIE RUBIN, INC. BERIt K. SHAPIRO ..PRIED Attorm ys for Applicant 110 Lincoln ltd. I 27 — 1/6-13*20 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIfJA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. No. 156896 IRVING. SACKS, plaintiff vs. MAI.I.Y SACKS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: MAI.I.Y SACKS. 211 D.-lancev Street, New York city, N Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I n filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, FREDERICK N. HAKAD, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, F'lorlda. ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March, l."-3. If yotl fail to do so. judgment by default will he taken against vnu for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published ones each week for four consecutive weeks n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 17 tli dav of FYbruary, A.D. 1953. E. B I.I! A THERM AN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By R H. RICE, JR. i''Ii nit Court Seal) Deputv Clark FREDERICK N BARAD Attorney for Plaintiff 120 I.ile "In Load Miami Beach, Fioi Ida 2,20-27 — .". (-11 LEGAL NOTICE TTOTi'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKHEHY GIVEN tl.it the undersigned, desiring to engaa business under the fictitious mumof THE DOWNTOWNER CAR. PACK AGE STORE AND IjOUNOE. at 93 -N.w. 1st Street, Miami. Intenus t, register suid name with the fieri Ihe Circuit Court of Hade Col Ilorida. civic BAR, INC. : i.6-l-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE-HI HHREI1Y HIVEN t i the undiTsigned. desiring to engage l H"i l 3" M un der the fictitious nam, of FtjRMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE Co at 231 N.W. Gth Street, Miami. Inte to register-said name with the C of the Circuit Court of Dade Coumv. Florida. FORMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE, .,... A Pennsylvania Corporation WELNKLE & KES8LER Attorneys for Applicant Mt Heyboid lildg. 2/20-27 3/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B In Re: ESTATE OF' MAURICE FISHER. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons H:o ing Claims or Demands Ag,.i it Said Estate: You, and each of you, are herehv notified and required to present i claims and demands which you, u either of you, may have against the estate of MAURICE FISHER, dec. ,ed late of Dade County. Florida, in the HON. FRANK E. DoUl.l.v:. County Judge of Dad* Count file the same In his office in the County Courthouse m Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar raont from the date of the first pub; lion hereof. Said claims or dental lo contain the legal address of ih claimant and to be sworn to and u sented as aforesaid, or same Will 0c barred. i '.n. February 19, A.D. U)33. MINNIE FISHER. As Administratrix of the Estate of MAURICE FIKHER. Dec< BLRNBTT ROTH Attorne) for Administratrix 412 Congress Building .Miami, Florida I J7 :i 6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156-L'l PEGGY RITKES, Plaintiff, v.s IIYMAN RITKES, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: IIYMAN RITKES, 130 South 9th Street, Brooklyn, NewYork YOU ARE HEREBY SOTII that a Bill of Complaint for I' ii.,been filed agsInai >ou and are required to s.;v,. n copy ol answer or pleadn.i: to the Bill of I plaint on the plaintiff's attoi DAVID A FRANK, 103 Ob Building, Miami. Florida, and file tli original Answer or Pleading In I ifflce of the Clerk of the I III i Curt on or before the 2.*>th dav .• March, 1951. if you fail to do >. judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you. DATEH at Miami. F'lorlda, this I i day of February, 19.".3. E. B. I.KATHER.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida I'.v WM W STOCKING Deputy Clerk ciitcriT Cl HUT SEAL DAVID A IRANK Attorney for Plaintiff 403 'ilvmpia Building l/fl — 3/6-13-2(1 berelt ORDERED day of Man %  h Appaaraii q to the property de--. i Ibed YiiC ARE HEREBY AND REQUIRED lo file v.anAppear,, ...i.i ill on or before the 13th h. 1933, and in default of %  e. a Decic Pro Cnfenao will he entered agalnsl yon and eaeh of you. This i u-dei to be published once a vv.ek for tour ill consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper imbllsh.d In Dade Countv. F'lorlda. DoNE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County. Miami, Florida, this 1Mb dav of February, E. R LEA Till KMAN. Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court By M. C. GREI'N Deputy Clerk (Seal) BEN FISSEN Attornev for Plaintiffs 123 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 3/13-W-3T — 3/6 IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 55295 GENERAL FINANCE rTMAl.L LOAN CORP., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM J, BIDDERS and MARY JANE SIDDF1RK. Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLfCATION TO: WILLIAM .1. S1DDERS and MARY JAMB BHMMCRB Resldi-nie: Unknown You are hereby notified that a suit for the recovery of monies due and owing on promissory note has beea filed against you, and you ate hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and fies the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Civfl Court of Record": on or before the 10th >f March, 'i'"'3< otherwise Hi.alt-Ill be IU. clerk of Civil Court of Record By /s R P. De WANO, Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE .T. TALIANOFF Attornev al 1-iw 430 Lin, oln Road Miami Reach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff J/ll-10-37, —. 3/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name FT.ORIDA KEYS DTT1FTWOOD STUDIOS. lOtS N.W. ICth Street, Ml ami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court i Dade Countv, Florida. BERNARD KLINOU W111N ST EIN. W l-.'I N ST El N & WBINSTEIN attorneys for Applicant (M Lincoln Road 2/2U-27 — 3/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in Inisiness under the fictitious name ,>: OREEN'S PARKING LOT. at 200 N W. 2nd Are., Miami, Fla., intends to said name with the Clark of the circuit court of Dad*CAunly. F lorida. LEO It. COHEN MICHAEL W. 1SENBERU Attorney for Applicant 1407 Hiscaync Rullding 2/13-20-27 — 3.6 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Thsj Jawlah Floridian *>t> Hdhi yeux logal ootlctM. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 6, 1953

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

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Ue Protests US Will Woo Arabs
Red Campaign
e Tells UN America Regards
cutions With Indignation
YORK (JTA i Throughout the free world last week, gov-
d mpn raised powerful voices against the anti-Semitic
unleased by the Communist rulers in the Soviet Empire be-
Iron Curtain.
hington. the I'nited States
dopted a resolution con-
r the "vicious and inhuman
wnment and its puppet re-
satellite states against
conducted by the So-
Restitution
Is Key For
New Nazis
noted the increasing
on of the people of the
itth."'
ohrtion. which calls for
Rations action, was amen-
1 motion of Senator Irving
jNe York, to call on the
Nations to adopt a resolu-
Kifically condemning the
ns.
Alexander Wiley. chair-
Senate Foreign Rela-
mittee. who brought the
I to the Senate floor after
i unanimously approved
nittee, briefly reviewed
nation of the resolu-
it had originally been
the Soviety rupture of diplomatic
relations with Israel.
The Soviet attack on the Jews,
he said, was part of a policy of
, persecution of all minorities. Sena-
religious minorities. The tor wiley said. These persecutions,
he charged, were aimed at all peo-
ples who stood for human rights.
"No religion is safe when one is
in danger." he declared. "A despot-
ism that will attack one group to-
day will attack another group to-
morrow." He described the Soviet
campaign against minorities as
"genocide."
Lodg. In Attack
In discussing the Soviet-Israeli
break, Senator Wiley said it was
not beyond belief that the bombing
of the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv
the immediate pretext for the So-
viet breakwas the work of Com-
munists.
Other senators who spoke in
NEW YORK (JTA) The results
of a study on anti-Semitism in
Western Germany made by R. H.
Shackford. Scripps-Howard corres-\
pondent. were published this week '
in the New York World Telegram I
and Sun. Travelling all over Ger-
many to investigate sentiment a-
bout Jews among the population,
Mr. Shackford found these atti-
tudes typical among Germans of
all classes:
1. Resentment and opposition to
Adenauer's plan to compensate Is-
rael financially for the crimes of
Hitler what Adenauer calls "the
demand of our own conscience."
2. Disbelief that Hitler exter
minated 6.000,000 Jews. Even the
newspaper, Dusseldorfer Nachrich-
ten, says "a fair estimate would
be 1,000,000."
3. Acceptance ot neo-Nazi claims
that the Allied Nuremberg War
Crimes trials were as "staged" as
Coolins With Israel Seen Needed
To Counter Russian Propaganda
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Eisenhower administration is reported
ready to try a new approach in Middle East policy, according to latest
developments this week. It involves paying more attention to Arab
countries and less to Israel.
Top officials seem convinced the change is necessary if the West-
ern bloc is to counter vastly-in-; -
creased Russian pressures in the
area. The new aim will be to treat
all Middle East countries scrupu-
lously alike and to avoid any spe-
cial aid program or privilege for
Israel.
This represents a vast change in
the fortune of the Jewish State
here. Under the Democratic admin-
istration, the United States gave
the infant Jewish republic more
financial and technical aid than
all the Arab states combined. A
total of S229.516.000 in loans,
grants and credits were extended
to Syria, Lebanon. Egypt. Iraq and
Hase:nite Jordan in the last seven
ition of Communist anti- favor of the resolution were Sal-
into a condemnation of tonstall, Smathers, Murray, Holland \ the Communist purge trials. They
ution of all minorities, and Ives. !een accuse the Allies of building
to the Prague trials. The United Nations General As- concentration camps and gas cham-
attack on Jewish doc- sembly was given a foretaste of bers after the war to support their
I the events culminating in: Continued on Po 3 A Cont.nutd on Pao* 3 A
leanor Roosevelt To Address
lally; Joseph, Kingdon Slated
State Dep't
Says There'll
Be No Change
journalist and author, and Dr. Jo-
seph, Israel Minister without port-
folio.
Described by many as the great-
est woman of our time. Mrs. Roose-
on the air. Dr. Kingdon is now a j
columnist for the New York Post.
A first hand account of problems
in Israel today will be brought to
the audience by. Dr. Joseph. Form
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department Monday denied
a press report that the Eisen-
hower Administration was ready-
to embark on a new Middle East
Policy which would involve "pay-
ing more attention to Arab coun-
tries and less to Israel."
A State Department spokes-
man told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that as far as the De-
years.
In four years alone. Israel was
alloted $276,517,000. much of it in
the form of grants appropriated by
Congress.
This could lead to a clash with
; top administration officials, includ-
j ing Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles who is known to believe
that the past Democratic pot icy
toward the Middle East was all
, wrong. Such staunch Republicans
las Senator Robert A. Taft. among
1 others, has been an enthusiastic ad
vocate of Israel in the past.
No Special Consideration
Th? rirst novel experiment in
American foreign policy change"
undertaken by Secretary' Dulles is
in Palestine. Joseph C. Harsch,
noted Washington correspondent.
reports in the Christian Science
Monitor.
"The Truman administration's
policy toward this area partially
favored the new Jewish State of
Israel." Harsch reported. "In ef-
fect, Truman policy treated Israel
as equal in importance to the sur-
rounding Arab states, Syria. Leba-
non. Hathemite Kingdom of Jordan
and Egypt.
The Dulles policy." he declar-
ed, "is to withdraw any special con-
sideration accorded Israel and to
regard it as deserving no more
consideration than any one other
country in the area The first prac-
tical result of the new policy has
been a refusal to regard the Rus-
sian breach of diplomatic relations
with Israel as a reason for accord
i ing to Israel as many guns, tanks
velt has for many years been iden- er|y israei"s Minister of Commerce!
and Industry. Dr. Joseph is the
leading authority on Israel's pro-
gram of economic development and '
on plans for industrial and agri-
cultural expansion under the impe
tus of Israel Bond investments. He
has been a member of the Cabinet
of Israel since the State was estab-
lished and has served as Minister
of Transportation and Communica-
tions and Minister of Supply and |
Rationing.
While serving as Minister of
Commerce and Industry. Dr. Jos-,
eph laid the basis for Israel's de-1
Continued on P*e 3 A
tified with a wide varied- of ef
forts to improve the lot of the op-
pressed. Her activities have ranged
from sooial work to alleviation of
the lot of the unfortunate within
the United States, as well as ef-
forts on a world scale to raise the
living standards of nations every-
where.
A foremost exponent of the need
for effective and continuing inter-
national cooperation, Mrs. Roose-
velt was one of the early partici-
pants in the United Nations.
Having travelled extensively in
all parts of the world, she brought
to the United Nations a keen in-
sight into the political, social and
economic problems of many lands.
When she recently retired from
the world body, former President
partment is officially concerned
there is no new policy affecting and planes as to all the surround
Israel. He added that there has ing Arab countries together.
been no official announcement
of any change of policy.
The report, to which the State
Department took exception, was
published by one of the leading
American news agencies. It said
that "top officials" in Washing
ton were reportedly "convinced"
that this change is necessary to
counter Soviet pressure in the
Middle East. "The new aim."
said the report, "will be to treat
all Middle East countries scrup-
ulously alike and to avoid any-
special aid program or privileges
for Israel."
Israel contended that the Rus-
sian breach imposed a moral ob-
ligation on other anti Communist
countries to assure the defenses nf
Israel by giving it the means at
hand to defend itself against its
Arab neighbors." the correspon-
dent said.
The Truman policy, according
to the writer, was based on the
hope that the modern, energetic-
state of Israel would be a sounder
basis for Middle East policy than
the weaker, less modern Arab
States. Mr. Dulles, however, has
Continued on Page 3 A
*' Eleanor Roostveil
Eleanor Roosevelt will
jESL&SZmi Harry s Truman saidof her:'
tW -n Thur,dav larch RoOSeVeU **" **?
. -30 Pm. in the Miami
l-viditorium
p lrving Lehman, chairman
rally, said that, \\e are
> Srateful ,ha, Mrs Rooseve
Funteered to lead this dem-
against the anti-Semitic
ot Soviet Russia."
Mm to the
n reported.
I" organizations
Miami area hav
could have done the job of bring-1
ing the nations of the world so
much closer together."
A native of London. England, j
Dr. Kingdon attended Harvard as a
their
Jacob Sleeper fellow. Later, he did
special work in social psychology
at Michigan State College. Albion
, College conferred the degree of
"ally is free. | Doctor of Divinity on him in 1927.
and Ohio Northern University gave
W the him the degree of Doctor of Laws
already in 1930
support of the dem
I jy*0 *>>eduled to ad-
I^J^^kKing.
radio
commentator,
He is a radio commentator and,
in t946. the Newspaper Guild gave j
him its Page One Award as the(
outstanding liberal commentator
Harris Ktosi
Klass Resigns After Twelve
Years As Federation Head
Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration for the last 12 years, tendered his resignation to the organiza
tion at a meeting of its Executive Committee last Tuesday night
through an announcement made to those present by Carl Weinkle.
president.
Coming as a surprise to the directors, it is reported that Klass
addressed the gathering and said that his future plans call for re-
maining in Miami, where he will enter into a business enterprise.
The director will remain with Federation through the campaign
period and until his successor is chosen. A committee for ihat pur-
pose will be announced shortly, according to Weinkle.
Weinkle expressed his deep regret at Mr. Klass' decision to leave
Federation after the executive director's many years of service to the
organization and the community.


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Fund Raising:
Month For Temple
Israel Sisterhood
Wednesday evening. March 11th.
ill be Temple Israel Sisterhood
rjght at the Ring Theatre on the
Campos of the University of Mi
mi
Mrs. Alvin M Sandier, chairman.
renounced that Noel Coward's
Blithe Spirit will be presented.
Big event of the year is the Tem-
le I-ra'l Sisterhood Garden Par-
cheduled for Monday. March
16th. at the home of Mr- .1 -eph
Williamson. 5470 La Gorce Drive
fa with Mrs Sydn<\ J L
itraub aa chairman.
The Sisterhood will open its
on We
Mr- Freda NV.
c.liir:
Red 1 ross St-vks
S282.E32
Dade County's Red Cross Chap-
ter is now in the midst of a cam-
paign to raise $282,132.
Some 4.100 solicitors are comb-
ing the Miami area
Kickoff of the campaign came on
Sunday when President Kisenhow-
er addressed the nation on Red
Cross needs over radio and TV
Cejwin Camps
Ready For Summer
1 -.m '"amp-, of Port Jervis,
York, are now accept:'
plications for the summer vaca-
* Directors of the camp are '
h an and Herman L Sain-
. We-t 8?rd Street. New York
ICHj
I Established in 1919. by th
'ral Jewi-h Institute of New V'Tk.
'he camp is a non-profit, self-sus-
taining enterprise It ha- pioneered
' n man> aspects of camping for
Jewi.-h children
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Council To Meet
Here March 20th
A meeting of th) '! Ad-
ministrative Council of the / n
:- Organization of America will be
held on the weekend of March
20th. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.
The Executive Committee of the
ZOA will meet on Saturdas I
March 21st A banquet on Sunday
evening. March 22nd. will honor
Colonel Chaim Herzog. Military At-
tache of the Israeli Embassy, and
the son of Rabbi Herzog. Chief
Kabhi of Israel.
The Southeastern Region's own
Administrative Council, because of
th.- volume of work to be trans-
acted by the National Organization,
will hold its session on Monday.
March 23rd. Miami Zionists have
planned a round of receptions and
parties in honor of American Zion-
-- hho will convene from all over
America
President Sidney Sachs of the
Miami Zionist District, and Presl
'lent Fred Jona-" of the Miami
Beach District, disclosed this week
that local members of the Admin-
istrative Committee are Hyman
Soot in, Nathan Adelman. Irving
Sidney H. Palmer. Abraham
Ku-i.h. Alex Van Straaten. Sey-
mour B I.iebman. S. A Goodman,
(ill Rappaport. F.hiel Lesowoder,
Dr. Leo N Levin. Dr. Louis G.
Lytton and Harry J. Sonz.
It i- expected that Peretz Bern-
stein, of the Israel Parliament and
Minister of Commerce and Indus-
try, will attend the ZOA Confer-
ence
Claude Pepper Is
Yeshiva Kickoff
Dinner Chairman
Former Senator Claude Pepper
ha- been named chairman of the
forthcoming national kickoff din-
n. r of the S25.000.000 Medical Cen
ter co-sponsored b> Yeshiva I'm
;. and the Cttj of New York
Pepper's appointment wa- announc-
ed jointly from Princeton. New
".arm b] Dr Albert
in, nonorarj chairman <>: th-.>
jn, and by Sam-
Stephen Klein Awarded
Brotherhood Citation
Stephen Klein, president of Bar-
ton's bonbonniere. was presented
with the Annual Brotherhood!
Award by the American Jewish
Congress, Essex Chapter, in a cere-
mony held in Newark. Mayor
Ralph A Villani. of Newark, was
among the guests who honored Mr.
Klein for his contribution to Amer-
ican Democracy by fostering and
promoting Jewish Education and
for hi- .Sabbath observance policy.
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del C Levenson and R Williams
Apte, chairmen of the South Flor-
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The dinner has been re schedul
ed for Thursday night. April 2nd,
at the new Empress Hotel. The
kickoff affair i- o\pected to attract
a capacity attendance of 500 per-
sons from South Florida and
throughout the country The din-
ner will be a ko-her-catered Past-
over affair. Levenson and Apte as-
serted
"The former senior senator from
Florida has long been identified
as a champion of the liberal move-
ment in the United States, and his
efforts in the Senate contributed
greatly to the causes of both Am-
erican and world Jewry and to the
establishment of the State of Is-'
rael." Dr. Joseph Look-tein. na
tional chairman of Yeshiva's plan-
ning committee said here. He left'
Miami Beach Tuesday after con-
ferring with Levenson. Apte and,
other leaders of the local cam-
r. on the dinner.
Dr Samuel Belkin. now in his
tenth year a- president of Yeshiva
University, will arrive in Miami
laj t" confer with Pi pper, Lev-
enson, Apte and member- of a
injped campaign cabinet
Th.- noted educator will explain
itional aspects of the dinner
to local leader-
An outstanding national speaker
will be named soon for the dinner, i
Level on -aid Wednesday. "Early
statements of support from the top
leadership of our community indi-
cate- recognition of the tribute to
Greater Miami that the 1953 na-
tional kickoff dinner ha- been
scheduled here." levenson stated.
H' pointed out that the Empress
dining room largest in Miami
Beach was selected to accommo
date at least 500 persons Reserva-
tion! may Ik- made at the execu-
tive offices of the local campaign
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1 l*Uh fhrMitr
Protests Red Campaign;
ETfciis UN Of Indignation
K'' The occasion for
Linu.d fro- P. A
,\pi
.MCt when Communist
%e Jews come up for
,toiUend Am.,,-
(aM l.le- "
. lo the As-
mak-
|pnr>
WaTS- A-rican
no words in his
the statement :
mi (he celebration of the anni-
versary of the 1941 general strike
in Amsterdam in protest tgainst
Nazi mass arrests of Netherlands
Jews. The Communist Party of
Holland has always taken credit
for organizing the strike, hut the
joint statement disputed that right
ion, minced no wonis .. nd addp(| ^ as ,on}, gs (hp
nn.nist racial ana Dutch Communjs
|nt on Cni
persecution.
United States." he said
Lh with IndignaUon the
Jin of Christians. Moslems
E that has been taking
In the Soviet fn.on for some
Trhat discrimination is not
L'ked; it will also in the end
|f be totally ineffective be-
Rene is an mdefe.table
i human nature which
Bys resist totalitarian at-
,to destroy religious and
freedom.'*
Lpper house of the Colorado
its do not protest
the "persecution of both Christians
and Jews in Eastern Europe" they
betray the 1941 strikers.
As Moscow continued to broad-
cast attacks on Israel and the Jews,
one sour note was struck in the
Western World when a member of
the Bevanife, leftwing faction of
the British Labor Party sought to
spike a resolution pending in the
House of Commons condemning
anti-Semitism beftind the Iron Cur-


tain.
S. 0. Davies introduced an amend-
ment to the resolution which would
tore unanimously adopted | piace the House on record as de-
lation calling on President p]0ring the "unfounded charges"
tr congress and the State against the Soviet Union and the
,' t0 "condemn publicly "people's democracies" and assert-
-secution and brutal treat- jng that such charges had been
ifjews liviiif; behind the Iron '"emphatically repudiated" by rep-
jresolution. in the form of a
(memorial, also asked the
States Government to "com-
jch uncivilized action by tak-
luiever steps are possible to
turlher brutality and per-
/ The memorial was for-
J to the Lower House, where
tpected to achieve unanimous
I nek, Israel Ambassador
Khan addressed both houses I
Colorado Legislature. His i
[.. {reeled with tremen-
ivation In The Hague, the1
jr.en of all six mm Communist
fc in the Netherlands Parlia-
liisucd a joinl statement de-
ling the "anti SemiUsn at
It raging in the Communist-
rJM countries The parties
OTted hold 92 percent of the
l Parliament
ill Woo Arabs;;
lei Is Set Aside !
Continued from Page 1 A
|kd now 'to play America's
matic hand the other way."
i declared
! pointed out the change docs
|asume any potential Arab
l*r> strength that could be
Sliied but "does assume, per-
| naively. th:it backtracking on
M of Israel will make pos-
| arrangements with the Arab
that will strengthen their
pal security and make mili-
IJNKS available to the West in
It of war."
Eban's Meeting
(eanwhilc. Urael Ambassador
| Eban said this week follow-
first official visit to Sec-
Dulles that the main objec-
N his visit was to outline the
prtance of a peace settlement
: Middle East, Mr. Eban said
Sieved there was a omnion
r ,or Peace in that area and
J he had suggested some meth-
|(or achieving it.
Ambassador said he also
|u"sed with Mr. Dulles their 45-
We session the general position
Im Middle East in relation to
|t world affairs." Mr. Eban
f found Mr. Dulles keenly in-
d m peace and stability in
I The Israel diplomat men-'
W general subject of
resentative Jews in the USSR," in-
cluding the Chief Rabbi of Mos-
cow."
New Soviet anti-Jewish charges
this week included some originat-
ing with Izvestia, accusing Henry
Morgenthau, Jr.. Representative
Emanuel Celler and Representative
Jacob Javits of having conspired to
work out plans to maks Israel the
major anti Communist, stronghold
of, the United States in the Middle
East.
Dr. Do Joseph
Eleanor Roosevelt
Speaks At Rally
Continued from Peg* 1 A
velopment program b_> mobilizing
the economy of the entire country
toward the central aim of economic
growth.
Organizations which have al-
ready pledged their support of the
rally include The Israelite Centre,
Florida Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom,
Workmen's Circle. Vladeck Branch
No. 699. Miami Beach Hotel Asso-
ciation. Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael, Pioneer Women of Miami
John A. Gautier, Dade County Tax Assessor (left) is guest
speaker at a special meeting of the Miami Beach Apartment
Association. Alfred A. Lesser (center), president, and Morris
Gold, secretary, extended full cooperation of their association
to the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Restitution Is Key
Issue To New Nazis
?.I
ML i *'"''" SUDjeCl OI
ynening both Arab states and
, m,larily but made no for-
PProposal on this point.
** als" ,alk<,d w>U> the
fW> of State about the Soviet
m;\TUr "f "'Plomatic re-
Zn E n ?u""h n,n'rl,'<'ted to the
Ice tmr ?? "{ ;,n Arab-Israel
Idit, en' ln ^""""arizing
^SMor, Ambassador Eban
lho8ht that Americanls-
Continued from Page 1 A
4. Belief that Hitler was right
, but that he made 'mistakes." Ex-
termination of the Jews is some-
times called a Hitler "mistake" but
' apparently because it aroused the
world against Germany rather than
on moral grounds.
'5. No sense of guilt about the
! war and the tendency to blame the
I AlHes for failing to see it was a
war against Stalin. The Jews are
blamed for starting the war. That's
what Hitler always said.
6. Sympathy for the "little"
members of the Nazi Party who
are said to be the real victims of
the war "wronged" by the Al-
lied denazification program.
7. Preferential treatment for
German victims of the "barbarous"
Allied bombings over needy Jews
and others who suffered from Nazi
persecution.
Germany is flooded with illegal, j
underground anti-Semitic cartoons,
Mr. Shackford reported.
A current cartoon shows Israel
Premier Ben-Gurion emerging from
a conference with German Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer over Ger-
man reparations to be paid Jews
and Israel for Nazi crimes against
the Jews, he reported. Premier
Ben-Gurion is depicted holding a
tablet inscribed: "Six Million Jews
Dead," and saying: "I can find
more for you at that price."
Mr. Shackford said that the neo-
Nazis "have latched onto" the res-
titution issue as a key plank in
their campaign to revive Hitlensm
"No taxation for Jewish restitu-
tion." is their slogan. He empha-
sized that the average German is
willing to pay lip service to the
idea of restitution. It eases his
conscience. But when the chips
are down, he places the Jew last
on his list of war "victims" to be
helped by the government.
Sholem Lodge To Hear Judge Rose
Judge David A. Rose, of Boston,
national chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Civil Rights Committee, will be
principal speaker at the regular
meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge
on Wednesday, March 18th, 8 p.m.,
at Hibiscus Temple.
Judge Rose will discuss the cur-
rent program of the Anti-Defama-
tion League in combating bigotry
and advancing democratic group
understanding.
A prominent attorney. Judge
Rose is a graduate of the Boston
University College of Business Ad-
ministration and the Boston Uni-
versity School of Law. with study
at the Georgetown University
Graduate School of Law.
He has been a member of the
Massachusetts House of Represen-
tatives and associate justice of the
Municipal Court of the Dorchester j
District. He was a member of the
Governors Recess Committee on
Juvenile Delinquency and the
White House Mid-Century Confer- ]
ence on Youth.
Judge Rose is a member of the
Executive Committee of the Na-1
tional Commission. Anti-Defama-
tion League, and is chairman of
the ADL's New England Regional
Board. He is past president of Am
os Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Boston.
i
Judge David Rose
Miami Sis'erhood
The Sisterhood of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation will
hold a Dutch Luncheon on Wed-
nesday. March 11th. 12:30 p.m., it
has been announced by Mrs I. Sir-
kin. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sokoloff. Archie Coulton,
Peter Duchon and Berele Kelemei.
Dr. Frank Kingdon
Beach. Henrietta Szold Group,
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah, West Miami Jewish Centre
Sisterhood.
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Centre, Miami Beach District. Zion-
ist Organization of America, Miami
Beach Apartment Ass ociation,
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, Ladies
Auxiliary Miami Beach Post 330,
Jewish War Veterans of the United
States.
Urging all to attend Rabbi, Lehr-
man declared:
"Once again the fires of persecu-
tion are being lighted, this time be-
hind the darkness of the Iron Cur
tain. Once again Jews are being
smitten by an unjust and un-Godly
hand, spurred on by rapacious
greed.
. felations
Nation."
were on a "firm
Floridian To Start
New Tot feature
The Jewish Floridian is mno
vating a new feature, according to
an announcement this week by
Publisher "Fred K. Shochet.
"From time to time, we will pre
sent a feature dedicated to the to{s
of our area," he said. It will in
elude photographs of children, ag
ed three months to six years.
Shochet said that photographs
of the tdts must be submitted by |
parents of the child who are resi-
dents of the area at least six
months. They must be made by a
professional photographer, be glos-
sy black and white and five by
seven inches in dimension. Pic-
tures can not be returned.
More than one child of the same
family may appear in the photo.
Rules also indicate that publica-
tion is not guaranteed and that the
date of their appearance will be
at the discretion of The Jewish |
Floridian editors. Photos must be
stamped with the date they were
made, must be accompanied by reg-,
ulat.on forms and will not be con- j
sidered more often than once in
18 months.
Vronsky and Babin, duo pianists will appear with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Orchestra under *e directwa
of John Bitter on Sunday and Monday evenings. March 8th
and 9th. at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditorium*.
Vronsky and Babin will perform the Concerto in C maior
for Two Pianos and Strings, by Johann Sebastian Each and
the Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, by Nikolai Lopa*-
nikofi Mr. Bitter will direct the symphony orchestra in per-
formances of Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto per l'Orchestra Di
Dresda. Prelude in E flat minor, by Dmitri Schostakowitch,
and Death and Transfiguration, Opus 24. by Richard Strauss.


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IZC MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
< oniir.'S'* < hitniii's lls }lintl
Strange events are tc.-:..-.| plan fcs Washing-
:.ese ccys. Early this week Congressionai
isrrer. indicated, ever. fcj in unofficial fash-
.or. that Amencah relations with Israel will
re.-.reiorth be iess arnkrabie and that the Arab
rr.rr.s are scheduled tc receive the bulk of
revered attention allocated for 'he Near Eas:
r stead.
Such c rr.ove was abviouriy designed to
:c_.-."e:c;: :he v.gcrous propaganda campaign
he..-.; waged by the Soviets there. But
lexicon 3:c-r Depesrinenl has s.r.ce de.
Adar lr 5713
Volume 2
FRIDAY MARCH 6 1953
Number 10
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. ^.. .._. = c----e- ;c:e:rr. policy
:6 "ew.sh S"a-r iofthcomiBg.
Secre-cry z: -r-e 'zr.r. Tester Duhes hes
been z tradiuona] advocate tt picr.r.c Is.-ce!
lbs !; c: .. portam Batten in the East-
a MwaSjaa .-ec.cr.s As eariy OS 1 r4r when
. J-.ied Nc-_c.^ was m the process :: study-
- z \-.e RdeotiBe Partition Plan he warned OS
.-- thai indue favoritism toward "ev.s md
-:-r.e.-.:c.-. sponsorship -: a lewish Sc-c
>e.-. v.eh -urn the Mver.r.r:::. Arah
: ::.:_= the V.'er
:- BC ?.ep-h:ar. ?cry unc the ?.ez-'z'..:cr.
ess r.rve p.ec-jed continued support of
fed S-ctes policy tower- Is.-ce! p.-ev.;
i- ;..s.-.eh r;. the 1 administration The
: -.-.:err.e:.: on Sunaay ct a ::.::..:= .n tl -
se^r.-.ed z a.rect repudiation :: the par-
:.at:c:.-r. rear during the Republioail Cc:.-
....-.- in Cr..cogc last July.
The Ices' ctnr.c; anr.;ur.ee-~.e.-.- indicatuig
Si :.z Kttcfa char.ge .s rente.;.a-ed may be
Section z: c.=sent:on and cmrus.cn on the
_-- :: ike E-senhcwer cdm.n.st:a,:cr. in Inii
rctter. Undoubtedly the decision to court the
Stemmed rrcrr. the teehr.a -.-.a- Israel has
: reedy aver sx-er.aea :tse".t in an expressian
: fhendshif cwa:d the '-Vest and that the
Jei sfa a-e DOW has DO ahe.-r.at.ve but to
continue -s previously de-e:~:.-.ed am.rahle
pcliey under any c.r cum stances.
h.- cernacs more inteUigenl American lead-
"DARN IT. THOSE COMMIES ARE
USING MY BEST LINE."
y.e
f. recognize that such .~.p-artant powers li
'-.: nave made nc sucn decisions as yet and
cur nation s desertion of Israel will teach
hen- 4c be wary lest these foreig* powers
.-.:a-:cn with the United S"crtes be reward.
ec r s.rr.ilcr fcsh.cn.
Mrs. I.ouis 4.l;isv,r
Announcement of the appointment of Mrs.
lcj.s Glasser as c member of the Executive
Committee of the United Jewish Appeals Ne-
'er! Women's Division is a recognition of
ber devoted service to many causes m the
Gteates Miami arec and particulary of her
*crk with the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs Glasser's affiliation with many varied
cc-r.pa.gns here has been instrumental in
tpar^mc the efforts of women on behalf of the
c-t-ual
i _
ppeals and has raised the levei
Th RmI Iross
The Red Cross is now in the midst of its an-
nual campaign for funds. S93.000.000 must be
raised to reach the 1953 goal.
Greater Miamians are being asked to pitch '
in with some S282.000. We need not elaborate
on the purposes of this humanitarian organiza-
tion. Its activities during times of civil emer-,
gency have aided countless Americans.
The Red Cross is also central agency for'
the collection, storage and distribution of blood '
plasma both at home and abroad to our Armed
Forces. We can never know when we or our
neighbors will require the services of the Red
Cross.
Of the sum pledged by Dade County to the I
national organization, some S75.000 will remain
in the area for the continuation of its humanitar-
ian work. The Red Cross call is one we must
answer. Now is the time to pitch in.
c:
their participation in fund raisina drives which
kc many years were considered the private
pccperiy of men.
The United Jewish Appeal recognition of her
-ccrtcnce as a women's leader is a proper
..z-te tc her. It also reflects on the Greaier
A".ami area as c city whose prestige in the
ct.cnal scheme of Jewish activity seems con-
etanfly to be increasing.
ies
i:hi al And S'iilsir Vali
The ordination of Rabbis at Yeshiva Univer
My represents a valuable contribution to the
American-Jewish scene.
Graduates of the Rabbi Isaac Ekhanan The
clcgical Seminary serve the American com-
munity, spreading the heritage of Jewish cuL
yt^V^ 2,,he in,ell^ual advantages ,ion* d peoples bent on destroying the Jew
2 ^^alTl^^^^^- *T with evil ends. Even si slat i/ be
bittanc educational undertaking unparalleled Stalin.
id the past of Judaism. But in the wiri i.^_
In line with Yeshiva's secular program is the "1 *"** ^^ we u m medical school currently co-sponsored by 9 awareness of the fact that this spok
Tvrannv And ^nrranl
The absolute ruler of more than 800.000.000
of the world's people is seriously ill. Premier
Josef Stalin has suffered a hemorrhage of the
brain.
This should be a good lesson to all men who
aspire toward tyranny. No human soul is ex-
empt from the unchangeable laws of biology.
Our "enlightened" age has taught us not to
beheve in the occurrence of miracles; but it is
strange that the Premier's stroke and paralysis
come nmnediately on the heels of his anti-
Semitic campaign.
The chronicle of history .hows that all na-
JUST ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO. Marviand r
\.-ld:n reported on a personal meeting h< h a "* '
Dwight Kwrihower The Governor told a grUD f *'"'Pi
leaders ho convened here at an #mergenc\ h, jAm*nct]
the Inited States would never sell Israel don th Cfl(*
' be no more Cz^choslovakias so far as this na'm "**'
i're^ider.t i> quoted as having said. Is ConWn
Thi- i- a very noble sentiment, and it took -urh
Chief Executive who was hardly in off.ee one funm ^1
\- it must be construed as having been cur
Mr Eisenhower's sincerity Of course Gweran*6^15" ^
f(ed his report with the remark that he was r-,t ,wMcK(H
for the Pre-ident He also intimated that his r,l,t" 0n^>|
ho*er had not been publc.zed; in short. Amenc n *"h *l
come what may. was to remain a secret locked un ,B7wPpon''I
J. a.-h leaders. "P'ntheher1
The President's silent pronouncement a< wen rw
much applause. I wonder if the bond orgamrahon nr'lS
f jnd raising arras, knows how much damage it create* Z i
to these dangerous deceptions. Certainly Mr Bbenhoesfta
was irresponsible when seen in the light of offic a| ^L
, even three months ago. If there are any doubt- in th/1
Sunday, news reports surely put them aside < urrent r
opinion on Israel seems to reflect the President i U J^J1
Hi- ^econdhand intimacies with Jewish leader- nn kT^llj
place of dishonor now occupied by the Yalta and Teheran^!!!!
Mr Eisenhower is bent on repudiating. '
EARLY TH.S WEEK. SHARED a radio r
(ess .- Ge rgc Kenneth Smart, of the ln,versii\ 0f MUm,
Ss art .- connected with the United Nations ,v- ^;!K (JJl
invrted m> views on the IN and its role in the Russia-,
campaign I a> determined to discuss, amon^ other iu
r. t ard the Arab League and its pr ;.fli^
Israel An extremely wise man. Professor Smart ,,-u,ntim i
e\Fre--r_ -uch positive- attitudes and suggest, i approa*sl
lem ^ possibility rather than as an accomp:;-hed fact &
'r' he merely determined, in th -pint of th. 1
id any brutally decisive move
Hours later the Associated Press teletvpe reported W
don henceforth to concentrate on the Moslem world i
I-rae! a- a means of countering Soviet propa-ar.da there li
tain that Mr Eisenhower could not be reached for a stsni
eardmg his feelings in the matter and his pleda that -q3
no more Crechoslovakias The President w^- u^tensTa
playmg golf somewhere in Georgia This major -jap ^u
State surely represents a record in the annal- f an\ pohtxJ
t.r the repudiation of its platform. Hardlv six weeks art ntf]
their staned entrance into the White House, and already M
publicans have written off their plank on Israel a- unprouu*]
Of course. Mr. Eisenhower was not wbollv mured tttV,
spint He took time out from his rigorous golf in. -< heduk SbL
launch the Red Cross campaign for $93,000,000 and presJ]
tain Bernard Abrams. a Korean veteran, to the nation's K
audience This diplomatic move is a clear indication of the k.
which the Jew is destined Let those who were quick to junpi
back of the GOP elephant las* November take note of u
vertible fact
The Jews are currently be^rui used by the Soviet Union all
tical and economic instrument to widen the scope of its nil
against the West The Gentlemens Agreement in the Amthtsl
gress to concentrate on the Arabs and to woo their favor uSf
evil. It is a decision which shows the same lack of codcotfa-
tality and genocide demonstrated by US leadership in 1936 Tkl
difference is that a Democratic administration hid behind i \
pretended ignorance then A Repbliean President now hides I
a Republican Congress.

GOVEKNOt McKELDIN'S POETIZIMG HERE a few ..
therefore speaks for itself. Czechoslovakia and the intamoB I
| Agreement are being reborn before us; Israel, with sikst
acceptance, is being fed to the Arab maw. This is a curreati-
of virtue rewarded. Nationally, those Jews who supported the L
hower campaign paved the way for the establishment of i SbM
partment that regards the democratic process as secondary to ^
listment of allies no matter what their allegiance
Internationally, Israels total acceptance of Amerk* -
policy to the point of participation in the UN action avgsiastL-
Korea has been tendered the laurel of desertion Certain of tfl
Port of US Jewry and Israel, the administration r. fears sMf
snip with the Moslem nations Thus. Prince Amir Faisal. San**
Foreign Minister and UN delegate, threw snowballs on tail
House lawn Monday. While American Jewish leaders hanfej
^"V"""* "> longer to the President's offices and while '
Abba Eban can do no more these days than engage u -
discussion with John Foster Dulles. Prince Faisal posed for I
graphers in tbe outstretched arm of Mr. Eisenhower
Mr Eisenhower assured the Prince that the Inited
determined to restore an atmosphere of confidence and trust L
nis country and tbe Moslem world. This is the same Faisal whol
in the Miami Beach son about three weeks ago and who a*}
there would be no peace between Saudi Arabia and Israel i
Jews carry out the recommendations of the United Nations.
H spoke vaguely of refugees and compensation at the
Terrace Hotel, adding that tbe Arab-Asian bloc unfortwu
not have the votes to make its voice heard With Rsun .
Prince Faisals co-religionists would, and tbe US knows it. ft*
Czechoslovakias? Who said that*
re
..^ntly co-sponsored by
toe universrty and the City of New York. The man fo' world Communism may be suW~W
school will represent a significant addition to by an ev.n mn ,, "Reeded
Americas medical centers of learning, ottering 7 T T ^ nd Vkiou* Iea<*er.
much-needed additional facilities for instruction APPlaudin9 he justice now accorded Stalin
S kS^9 S,Uden,> n **** DOn"~to- ? ^ enOU*h to <*** the danger currently
b^ttmg frae men everywhere.
Between V
"NSIDE WASMIMCTOM: Ameri-
can Zionists are greatly worried
bout the Israel policy which is
"* being shaped by the State
r,p?rtm*n Statements made
by high officials In tbe new ad-
ministration are considered "doub-
^ <"k On the one band, these
ciaU reassure Israeli diplomats
Washing** that Israel has
**ng to wetry about; and on
Itbe other hand, they are busily
mi and Me
creating a mood favorable to A
ing miUtary and econon
tbe Arab countries J
develop, a picture
Washington of &&-a,L
becoming the favont* **" ,
nation today TtojT
fact that Israel has pr**
so strongly pro-Aricsi
cow has broken off reUO-
tbe Jewish State .


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PAGE 5 A
MhUoM
l, irulh lvr.th o (iroatcr
) .ho WCO"d ann.vers-
|H5 Of .'huus Puch-
Lhkoff Uvod in Miami for
"TpMWd ^ay two
" 8 yean of ae. An
L nn-"l a firm bchevjr
I ,i(Vt'lopmcnt, Mr.
|es M his home wh.ch
I Tel Aviv.
. thc .uthor of- My Four
f book written in English.
1 one book written in
d m m Hebrew.
-Unkind, Joel < "hen and
Let addressed the me.| -
Ccongregation Beth Tfi-
L Stadlan presided. The
ffund. established by a
the late Pincus I'uchkoff.
/pri^stothestudent-work-
' who distinguished them-
roueh ardent work for the
Utional Fund at the He
Jjdemy. lK
Puchkoff presented the
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157394
.11 l.l.\ A I.HI.INK Mll.kll'AN.
Plaintiff.
\ s.
THOMAfl PATRICK BHBRIDAN,
11. r-tulaiit.
TO: THOMAH PATRICK SHERIDAN
Si >v Vim it A I ,-nn<-
Brooklyn, New Y..ik
\i<\\ Pd erve a copy of
your answer t-> the Kin of Compuilnl
foi Dlvt..... on thc I'l.ihiiiffs attorney,
.in i to fill- tin- original answer in the
office ni tii' i I- i k (if the Circuit
Court mi in before the "illi 'lay of Ap-
ril, ah. in:,::, i.Hi. i is.-, the Bill ol
Complain) for Divorce, heretofore fil-
ii herein, will pi taken m confessei
by you,
Dated 'ii Miami, Florida, this tin
Ith das of March, 1953,
i: B. L-EATHBRMAN,
i iei k of the Circuit Cout i
I lade tounty, Rot Ida
lit Court s. iii
B) : WM. W, STOCKING,
Iii puty Clerk
Name aii.l Address) of
Plaintiffs Bolicltor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
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I S-13-20-21
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and Edward Levitan as Queen and King for the year 1953. A
Purim Carnival followed the celebration. Some 750 students
attnded.
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Members of Westview Country
Club will hold a Country Fair to-
morrow evening at the club's grand
ballroom.
Featured will be old-fashioned
songs. Mrs. Bernard Wall will pre-
sent a hillbilly skit. Communal
singing will be led by Mrs. Ben
Markowitz, Westview's Edith Piaf.
Always a gay surprise for Wes-
viewcrs is Sam Blank's singing. He
will appear with the Golden Gate
Quartet. Climax of thc evening
kmntry Fair
will be a tug of war between Mi-
ami and Miami Beach members.
Everyone is expected to appear
in blue jeans to highlight the
j country fair atmosphere. Among
those attending will be the Harold
i Landfields. the Baron de Hirsch
| Meyers, the Harold Peltons, the
[Joseph Wcintraubs, the Herbert
I Sellers and a party of 18 country
! clubbers from the Markowitz fam-
ily.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 157395
MARION A JAQCIER, Plaintiff.
vs.
ARM AND l JAQl'IER, Defendant.
TO; ARMAND l-v .lAQClF.lt. 2:;:l Bast
front Street, City of Long Beach,
Nassau County, N. Y.
Vi-u are required to serve a copy
of yout answer to the l111 of Com-
plaint f"i Divorce on 'he plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the ordinal ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
I'lrcull Court on or before th- Ith iav
it April, Ai' 1*83; otherwise, the IJul
of Complain! for Divorce, heretofore
riled herein, "ill bo taken aa confi
bj you
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the nil
da ol Man h, 186 I
i: i: I.FA Til Kit MAN.
i 'let k of the I'lrcuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
ii Ircult t'ourt Seal i
Bj '.'.:!. W STOCKING.
Deput) Clerk
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Plaintiff Sollc toi
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 15T283
KOHEMAIUE CDEONTE8, Plaintiff
ROBERT JOH-N il.l-MNTKS
i lefeni ant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ROIIERT JOHN CI.EONTE8,
i,7 Weal sTili Street,
.n. V< rk City, New ITorH
To i are required t i serve n copy of
Ho- Answer to the Hill of Complaint
,,.,!i the plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHBNBERO, HO Lincoln
Roa i. Miami Beai h. Florida, and file
the oriKlnal In the office ol the i
,f tin- Circuit Court "" or before Ap-
ril : 1953 otherwise, raid BUI will be
ik. n .is confessed by you.
'-'i'i'7.^;':,f,K(''iS.;N.....
i.i, of the Circuit Coui'
Bj R, H. RICE, JR
(Seal) taapirti Cir*
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 157371
HF.I.F.NF. I.)|-;iii: BOYER, Plaintiff.
vs.
FJINEST STAR BUYER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'TO: KH.M.si STAR I1UYER
Address. I'liKnouii
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complaint for divorce has bean filed
i against you, an.i you are rauuired to
.... ...... ,u .. your at w.t Inert to
.ii plaintiff a attorney, MARX PAU-
ER, II- Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, .iii.i File the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, mi or before t hi- 8th daj ol
April, 1853, otherwise a decree pro
, onfew o ill i" entei ed against you.
Dated ihi- Ith dio of March. l.>3.
i: P. UEATHKRMAN,
. 'i.i k "f the Circuit 'ourl
By M. C. OREEN.
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it**i**nrrkHan
Tots About Town...
Robert Granat To
Be Bar Mitzvah
Robert Martin, son of Mr. and
Mn David Granat. 3151 SW 23rd
Strrrt. Miami, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
March 7th. 9 a.m.. at the Israelite
Center.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs, spiritual
leader, will officiate. A Kiddush
will follow the ceremony.
The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade
student at Shenandoah Junior High
School and is a member of Boy
Scout Troop 21.
Mr. and Mrs Granat will honor
Robert Martin with-an open house
at their home on Sunday. 2 p.m.
Guest of honor will be Mrs. Minnie
Chiilar. of Miami, the Bar Mitz-
vah s maternal grandmother.
'TIS A STALE, UNPROFIT- ARE YOU READY? Then
AELE WORLD Three-month- |ets go uxqes pretty Geri
Did Diana Glicksiein philoso- ".^_u._ ,.. -ij
. r, jreenbaum. one-year-old
phizes. She is :he daughter of ,.,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Glide dauSh,e' < Mr- a"d Mrs. Henry
teia 6123 SW 26th Street. 5. Greenbaum. 412 SW 22nd
M.ami. Road. Miami.
FOUR TEETH AND ROOM
i DB MORE Sanford Stein-
maiL one-yea:-old son of Dr.
toed Mrs. Wiilicm D. Steinman.
42C SW 24:h Road. Miami.
nnilefl patiently waiting.

DON'T GO WAY ... Win
some little Linda Priukin has
an afterthought. She is the 8-
month-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Priukin. 7521 Bounty
Avenue. Treasure Island. Mi-
ami Beach.
-
Melvyn Fred Frankel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel,
795 Lakeview Drive, Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. March 7,
10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate. Melvyn is a
7;h grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
Mrs. Wolf Sparks
1*0110 Drive Goal
The Miami Beach Hotel Pivi- j
March of Dimes Drive
edoubled its effort to attain
this year'i Sou.-
accord-
ing '' Mrs Lil-1
lian Wolf, chair ]
man
Mn Wolf, who
resides at 5565 La '
Gorce Drive, has
already -1 a jed
about 35 ol the
50 March ..(
Dimes benefit af-
fairs planned for
the Beach Hotel
, Division. These affairs have rais-
ed as much as S3.000 in one night. \
Aiding Mrs Wolf in the collec-1
tion effort are the Mesdames Ar-'
thur Newmark. Al Feldman.
Jeanne Faber. Jeannette Alexan
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"Barn- Bailine Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Barry Bailine. son of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Bailine. 853 East 31st
Street. Hialeah. will become Bar
Mitzvah on March 7th. at the Hia-
leah Miami Springs Jewish Center
'\ The Bar Mitzvah will chant the
liturgy and address the congrega-
tion. Reverend Leo Heim. spiritual
leader, will officiate A reception
will follow the services.
Barry attends the Center Relig-
ion! School and is also a member
of the Young Judaea Club in Hia
leah. He is a student at Hialeah
Junior High and a member of the
Boys SafetJ Patrol there He has
pa-se.i the Bar Mitzvah Examina-
tion given by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Educat
Among out-of-town guests wi
be Mr and Mr- Louis Levy, of
Washington, D.C., grandparent- of
the Bar Mitzvah
Others are Mrs Shirley Strich
artz. an aunt. Mr and Mrs Harry
Kurtz and Mrs Jean Moore, also
of Washington: Al Bailine. of Phila-
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Glassman, 1534 Euclid Aven-
ue, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
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ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a
student at the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School and at-
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h B'nai B'rith
' jh Hold Sixth
,al Luncheon
B^ach Chapter. B'nai
b m.n will hold their sixth
E Scheon on Tue,
l h Oth at 12 noon in the
Plw of the Algiers
on show will be **
Pan will be by
ijiss Susan "
gr. and Mn
Talianoff. daugh-
George Talian-
week vacation to Havana.
fa be awarded to the mem-
\3S raised the largest sum
L for the chapter, accord-
Personally Speaking
Al Hirsch, of Royal Beauty Sup-
ply Company, is off to New York
City for a week.
* *
Mrs. Milton Mittler. of New
York City, is leaving Saturday after
spending three weeks with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steen.
Miami.
& A A
ami Beach Their son. Abe. of New
Haven. Connecticut, arrived here
to join in the anniversary celebra-
tion The Lerners have three
grandchildren and two great-grand-
children.
6 & Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Douglis,
of 2940 SW 19th Terrace, are leav-
Miss Sarai (iolomb
Plans May Wedding
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Golomb, of
New York City, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Sarai,
to Samuel Zitter, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. Morris Zitter. 1045 Lenox Av-
enue, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect attended Welles-
ley College and holds the MA de-
w ^r
I !5?.f Fhica-Illinois. *h-e they I gree from the University of Michi-
will help celebrate the 25th wed
j gan and Simmons College School of
uncle and aunt are Mr. and Mrs.
Michael J. Shagan, of Miami Beach.
A Bon-Voyage will follow Fri-1 ding anniversary of their daughterJ locJalWork
day evening services at Temple and S"*,.',a"r' Mr and Mrs But" i ... ,
Beth Sholom in honor of Mr. and ton Stlefel' on March They' ,She '. currently on the staff of
Mrs. Ralph Spero. The Speros will W!U return herc the end of Ap- ithe Jcw,s
leave next week for an extended
trip through Europe and Israel. ; "^ ^
. Anna Dickman, of Philadelphia. Mr Zitter attended New York
r, ^nLV*?n 1- .,*Tklyn- Mrs. Ha^y Spivack. of 905 Michi- City of New York. He is connected
gan Avenue. Miami Beach. She will with Lighoiler, Incorporated. Dur-
return this week to await the ar- '"g World War II, he served a
rival of her grandchild. three-year period in the Navy.
New York, is visiting with his sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Rosch. of 536 10th
Street, Miami Beach.
ft -fr *
Mrs. Abraham Kasow left for
N^..
/
- \hI........
[*!ii! Suion To/ionoff
|Mrs. Ben Lebow, president.
ris Goldin and Mrs. Har-
legel. award- chairmen, said
ek that a blue mink stole
i be given as a gift at the
of the affair will be
rBnai B'nlh philanthropies
t Hillel Foundation, accord-
[Mrs. Harrj Kaufman, pro-
airman
in arrangements are
Iriames Max Schwartz, chair-
the day: Sam Nudelman,
chairman; Sam Pollack,
hnd means chairman; Ben
I. philanthropies; and David
I membership.
will be by Lincoln An-
Robins, Gordon
New York City yesterday to visit i HotPotllill Tol(i
her son. Harvey David, who is a The engagement of their daugh-
student at the Rabbi Isaac Elcha- ter, Joan Merilyn. to Ronald Gor-
non Theological Seminary. While' don, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Gordon,
there. Mrs. Kasow will also aflend Marcus Hook. Pennsylvania, has
the wedding of her nephew, How- been announced by Mr. and Mrs.
The couple plan a May wedding.
Miss Sarai Golomfc
j*"
ard Dubin.
b -Cr
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larick.
of New York City, are visiting at
the Shoremede Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Larick is the sister of Mrs.
Louis Zeientz. 337 NE 28th Street,
Miami.
w -J -'.'
Mr. and Mrs Fred S. Eber, of
Little Neck. Long Island. New
York, are honeymooning here at
the home of Mrs. Eber's uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Aaron.
94 NW 30th Street. Miami. The
bride is the former Arline Hertz.
She is a graduate of Miami Beach
High School.
& -C? tr
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley- C. Myers
are now residing in their new home
at 36*20 Granada Boulevard. Coral
Gables.
Ct -ft &
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg,
of 3331 SW 17th Street. Miami,
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Debra, at St. Francis Hospital
on February 20th. Debra joins her
sister, Terry, age four.
Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hacker, of
5800 Pine Tree Drive, will leave for
New York City on March 15th, to
attend the Bar Mitzvah of their
grandson, Alan Bruce Lipton. son
of Hyman and Shirley Lipton. The
Bar Mitzvah ceremony will be on
March 28th. Accompanying the
Hackers will be their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Shel-
don Hacker, of 2305 SW 19th Ter
race, and their children, Ava Char-
na and Nancy.
Jack Robins. 1770 Lenox
Miami Beach.
Miss Robins graduated from Al
Fleishmans On
Honeymoon Cruise
The wedding of Mrs. Theodora
Samovitz Chaplain and Benjamin
Fleishman was held at the Biscayne
Avenue. Terrace Hotel on Wednesday. Feb-
| ruary 25th. with Rabbi Joseph
Narot officiating.
A honeymoon cruise to Nassau
followed the noon ceremony.
Mrs. Chaplain resides at 1032
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach.
She is the widow of Ira M. Chap-
lain and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Samovitz, Poughkeep-
sie, New York.
Mr. Fleishman, son of Mrs. Ida .
Fleishman. Atlantic City. New Jer-'
sey, was formerly in the orthopedic
shoe business in Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania.
Guest Gather For
Avick Bar Mitzvah
Paddy Avick. son of Mr. and Mr-
Joseph Avick, 1907 SW 7th Street.
Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. March 7th. 9 a.m.. xl
the Miami Hebrew School and Cor.
gregation.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenar.
doah Junior High School and i
vice president of his class. He i
also a student of the Miami Hebrew
School.
Paddy will read the Haftorah
and address the Congregation. R.ir
'bi Simon \pril will re-pond. K.:
du.-h will follow the services.
A reception will be given by the
j Avicks on Sunday at the Lincoln
.Manor. Out-of-door guests inclui'-
Miss Joan
obinj
lentown High School and is now
attending the University of Mi-
ami.
Kmertton Katlio
Slums JV-Pir fJfif
Emerson Radio of Florida, dis- I
tributors of Emerson radio and!
television sets, deepfreeze freezers,
refrigerators, ranges, water heat-
ers, Duchess washers and Mitchell
air conditioners, held open house
and a showing of the 1953 line on
>g
Mr. Gordon graduated from Rid-1 Tuesday and Wednesday in their
ley Park High School, majored in j newly renovated showrooms at 131
Business Administration at the NE 10th Street.
University of Miami and is now
studying law there.
He is a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity and president of
Hillel Foundation.
Lois Oilman Engaged
To Sherwin Givel
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilman. of
Sidney Goldberg, new general
manager, greeted appliance dealers
from Miami, Hollywood, Fort Laud-
erdate. West Palm Beach and sur-
rounding areas.
A Irving Witz, president, was al-
so present to greet dealers.
Mount Scopus Hadassah
Mrs. Rachel Skop will speak on

Pai*i Avick
grandparents,
2205 SW 13th Street. Miami, an-
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Boskin, nounce the engagement of their j The Historical Background of Ha-
of 4399 SW 2nd Street. Miami, cele- ] daughter Lois Arline. to Sherwin j dassah at the March 9th meeting
bated their 35th wedding anni-1 Gjve) son of Mr anG- Mrs. Jack of the Mount Scopus Group. A spe-j Kenneth. Jeffrey and Perry. M,
paternal grandparents, Mr. an-'
Mrs. Max Avick, maternal aurf
Mrs. Irma Farbman, aunt Miss Be;'
trice Avick, cousins Larry Fart
man and Harvey and Susan Jaffec
Maternal grandmother Mrs. R<
becca Juris, sister Roberta Avic-
who is a student at the Universit
of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Avick
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Avick. cousin
versart with a reception in their Give)' Hammond. Indiana.
cial candle lighting ceremony will and Mrs Louis Sarnileon. Mrs. Ai
""en. M. Sifverstein
^teen's Tell Of
Pane's Betrothal
RLft Ma" Silv"*teen.
. Street. Miami Beach.
ine enMRement of their
2 .*"' Myrna'to Jav
g* Leo Cohen, 1120 Vene-
"iCnS *as ^aduated
12d,Keach Hih s [nded ,he University of Mi-
RilES Scho1' ,he Uni-
' iamiT and ,he Oliver-
eft 7 .* Sch0l H*is
"* "'am. Bar Associ-
** ^n for the
home last Sunday. Among guests
attending were Rabbi and Mrs.
Shmaryahu Swjrsky. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Finestone, Mr. and Mrs. S. Udin,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Weinstock. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Wagner, Mr. and
Mrs. I. Ruppert. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Eisman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eckcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz. Net-
tic Meyers, Clara Weinstock and
Theodore Sakowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sadoff. of
2378 SW 18th Street, will celebrate I
their 25th wedding anniversary to- j
morrow evening with a dinner at
the home of their son and daugh-j
ter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sad-
off, 1457 Le Jeune Road. Among.
those present will be Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Rothfarb, daughter and son-
in-law; Linda Ann Rothfarb. 7'
months old, granddaughter; their
daughter Harriet; Mrs. A. Rack-
mar, sister of Mrs. Sadoff; and Mr.
and Mrs. H. Bell, brother of Mrs.
Sadoff.
-Cr Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lerner, of
1119 SW 9th Street, are celebrating
their 59th wedding anniversary. A
dinner party was given at the home
of their daughter. Mrs. Lawrence is in
Sapero, 4275 Nautilus Drive, Mi- Hammond
Miss Gilman is a graduate of Mi- j be held during the meeting to com
ami Beach High School and attend- memorate the organization's 41st
birthday. The group convenes
1 p.m.. in Temple Beth El.
I
na Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Greei.
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenben
Mrs. Etta Klepack and Larr
Blanck.
Miss Ms
ed Charron Williams Commercial
College, University of Miami and
Northwestern University.
Her fiance is a graduate of In
diana University and is a member,
of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He
the automobile business in
A Life-Saver's Luncheon in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal is planned for March 17th, by the Women's divisior
as the final gifts function in the 1953 Campaign. Shown at
a tea party in the Shelborne Hotel Penthouse planning the
event are (left to right) Mrs. Saul Herman, Chairman, Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, co-chairman, and Mr*. Louis Glasser. chair
man of the Women's division. Not shown is Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, co-chairman. The- group recently passed the 79 percent
mark of its guota.





PAGE 8 A
9-Jmistncrkfiar
FRIDAY,
MAfiq..
Percival Goodman
Architect For New
Sholem Building
Leon J. Ell. president of Temple
Beth Sholom. announced this week
that Percival Goodman, synagogue
architect of New York City, had
been retained by the Chase Avenue
Congregation as the designer of its
new House of Worship.
Goodman's selection was based
n his record of designing 20 of
America's most beautiful syna-
gogues.
Eil said that the plans for the
new Temple, to be erected adjoin-
ing the present building, will re-
flect contemporary synagogue ar-
chitecture and will be designed to
meet the functional needs of a
modern congregation
The design which Goodman has
presented as a preliminary study
expresses not onl> the practical
purposes for which the Temple
will serve, but also the spirit of
Jewish heritage." E!l explained.
The horizontal design of the br.\d-
ing will fit the spirit of the locale,
while the simplicity and monumen-
tal scale of the Temple wir.
mark it i- U -portant public
buildir.-
The main Temple arr^
will be e: : type There
will be r ting for

Days 1 date approximately
I ': ; r
vidinj -. '"

and
-. general chair-
man of the S500.000 fund
campaign which is now under *.,;
Albert i.- co-chairman
Zamora Schedules
Purim Bazaar
The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew
ter will hold an annual Pur
im Bazaar on '' 8t and
.! the Center bail
The proceedir. Sat-
urday night, when -upper will b<
served sidewalk cafe sty le in the
Theme of the eveninf
ubsequent days will be fun
I and carnival atm
All day Sunday ar.d Monday.
I breakfast lunch and >upper wil
be served, as well as light refn -h
ments There will be free gifts
for the children and p
Fresh merchandise will be on
.;.. contributed b) local mer-,
chants and manufacture
The committee tn charge is co-
captained by Mrs Sam Pearlstein.
and Mrs Barney Flaurr. Asa
are Theodore Graf and Mrs Sam
an.
Kahn Circle Card Party Ell Discusses Beach On Sunday Radio Feature |200 Children At pj
The Shirley B Kahn Circle of Leon J Ell will be guest speaker VYIXZ. Subject of Ell's talk, *J* *JJ*f
the Companions of the Forest jf Harold ,, featurc. M.am, Beach Comes Of Age. He .^g**,Jeld
ica will have a card party on is president of Temple Beth Shol- s, ,- ,
Thusrday March 12th. 9 pm* IM Your Neighbor. Sunday.| and ^ ^ % ^.^ here \J JJ e
the American Legion Hail. 1KI..
Alton Road
Shown cix>ve are the "representatives for the State of Israel at the All Nations Music
Dance Festival held recently in the Dade County Auditorium. Standing (left to right a-i
Dvrnes J Cohen Betty Halam. Gustave Freeman. Ruth Brotman. Rabbi Moses Me
Al and Lenore Hauer. Israel Tench. Anyuta Melicov. Eve Glassman and Roni Hymen. .
are left to right) Frances Frome. Helene Sidner. Tamara Mamches, Judy Shapiro, Avia]
metzky ar.d Harriet Solloway.
'March 8th. 8 15 p.m over Station |(or (hp pas, ]5 years
tion of Mrs Aaron Rothrnn, 1
AMAZING NEW COFFEI
THE CANTORS' CHOICI
>*ovel About
Japan Is Subject
Of ItiMiL Review
Tin Mount
Hfn Ta-i.-:. Will be discuss-

. Beth
Sh lom
Mr- I M
the now
tseli
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The Tu
Ireater Mi-
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Dov Chapter Purim
Ball Slated Sunday
A Purim Ball will be held at
Beth El Congregation on Sunda>.
March 8th. at 7 30 p.m
Sponsor of the affair is the Dov
chapter. Mizrachi Women. Pro-
ceed* will go for the MaUo Eund
of Israel.
Mrs. Abraham Babbit, of the
National Mizrachi office, will be
principal speaker
H i V T E n
Information i* being sought of
THEODORE B HELEER. on behalf
of his wife. Margaret, who is anx-
ious to establish wnc contact with
him so that arrangement for her
support can be discussed Present
Jy. Mrs. Heller is dependent upon
her daughter for aid Mr Heller
was born in Sparta. Wisconsin, on
November 10th. 1868. is 5 feet 10 :
inches tall, weighs about 180
pounds, has black hair, hazel eyes,
always used the initials "TB".
worked with stocks and bonds and
was also an attorney. Anyone aware
of this man's present whereabouts
is requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau. 105
Nassau Street. New York. 38. New
York.
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\}lttvch l&th
Lbrew Teacher's Associa-
Latcr Miami will hold its
banquet on Sunday even-
ten 15lh. 8 pm.. at the Vic-
speaker will s. Mal-
Hss Liebman. principal of
btral Beach Klementary
.re. Mrs I.icbnian will
tnc role of the woman
I educational program of
A *
'JewishBBStMan
of ceremonies will be
Shapiro.
Lr Tryouts
L, for the fourth and final
iv of Miami Drama De-
I experimental bill of new
Ways will be held on Mon-
th 9th. at 3 p.m. The try-
\ be held in the Box The-
(Ier the direction of As-
frofessor Kd Menerth.
Experimental bill will be
ion March 27th and 28th.
|Business Meeting
nonthly business meeting
beW at 9 p in n Wednes-
th 4th. by the Adult So-
up of the Greater Miami
Community (enter. The
nn'ling team meets in the
at 9:15 p.m tonight.
aciag Opening of the
liami Beach
jech Clinic
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1 Vronsky. Babin
I Are Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpc will have a '
round table discussion on modern
music tomorrow, 6;30 p.m., over
Station WKAT. Her guests will be '
Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin.,
duo-pianists, who are appearing :
with the University of Miami Sym-
; phony Orchestra on March 8th and
,9th. John Bitter is conductor.
Beth David Sisterhood will hold a Member-Bring-A-Member
Luncheon on Wednesday, March 11th, 12 noon, at the home
of Mrs. Samuel Badanes, 600 SW 21st Road. Shown above
is Mrs. Max Bergman, chairman 'third from left), accepting a
membership application from Mrs. Badanes (standing). Look,
ing on are Mrs. Sam Dickson, co-chairman (left), and Mrs.
Isador Fein, committee member. Members who bring a new
member to the Wednesday affair will be given the kosher
chow mein lunch gratis.
SIVlli David
Variety Show
Set March 22nd
Beth David Sisterhood's Variety
show, Stars In Your Eyes, will be
held in the Miami High School
auditorium on March 22nd, at 8:30
p.m.
Active behind the scenes are
Mrs. Trixie Lcbin, who is directing
the production; Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag. accompanist, who has ar-
ranged the entire score; Bernard
Goodman, Stage Manager, who is
designing all original stage effects;
and Miss Myrna, dance director,
who is coordinating the choreog-
raphy.
Co-chairmen of the show are
Mrs. Isidor Bakst and Mrs. Bert
Sher. Mrs. Hyman Abramovitz is
in charge of tickets.
Life Savers' Lunch
Set For March 17th
A Life Savers' Luncheon will be
the final gifts affair sponsored by
the Women's Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it has been
announced by Mrs. Louis Glasser,
chairman
The traditional Chai Luncheon
has been renamed the Life Savers'
Luncheon by the Women's Com-
mittee in charge of arrangements,
headed by Mrs. Saul Herman. The
final event in a series of six fund
raising programs will climax ac-
tivities in the 1953 campaign.
The affair is scheduled for Tues-
day noon, March 17th, at Bill Mill-
er's Riviera.
St fin man Named
To llnreau
Leo Steinman has been named
to the Miami Beach Bitter Business
Bureau, Manager Thomas F. Leahy
announced this week.
He will assist in the detail and
organizational work of the bureau
which, since its recent formation,
has investigated more than 600 con-
sumer complaints.
Steinman lives at 1805 Daytonia
Road, Miami Beach, with his wife.
Esther, and three children.

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN UTTER. Conductor
Model Seder
At Zamora
On Thursday, March 26th, at 5
p.m., children of the Zamora Jew-
ish Center will hold a model Se-
der. The services will be conducted
by the pupils, while their parents
will serve only as an Advisory Com-
mittee.
A Seder dinner will be prepared
by women of the Center, Sister-
hood and IT A. The program will
be under the direction of Cantor
Rudolf Brill and the school princi-
pal, Mrs. Angel Ross.
Donor Lunch Tuesday
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital
will hold its annual donor luncheon
on Tuesday, March 10th, 12 noon,
in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony
Hotel. Charlie Farrell and his show
will entertain. Bella Jacobson and
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PAGE 10 A
*Jeistncrkftor_
FRIDAY
Weinstein Named To County Jury
Commission Sy Governor McCarty
...... _-....... i i M \V.. ntin in ihe
[4J
Co-Chainnen Of
Dinner Named
^ m > w -w w
ted 1 v
Dade C i ...... A
,mi clothier cn tr, 'l<<- '
su.a rter F '^uinn. retired draa-i-t
McCartj I c H' '~'.'r'
rfiami investmi rhe non salari
ister lists '- petit ant!
. md jurors are lra i
Commenting on h
. Weinstem -aid ihat rr.ore
-uhstantial citizen.' ,h..j:d be af Ro>coe Brun>tetter. .Tarv.r> I Ki
..:ded the opportunity of serving ier and garon rfeHirsch Me\er have
juries. "We also need more been named co-chairmen of the ,
nous-minded women to vo'.un- Benson Ford Dinner a presenta
lion of the Flyrida Resion of the '
National Conference of ("hn-tian-
and Jews at the Columbus Hotel on
March 10th. at 7 p.m
Ford, a long time leader in the
NCCJ program and currently na-
tional Protestant co-chairman, will
be principal speaker
The three co-chairmen are com ,
pleting arrangements for the fund
raising dinner which is expected to
attract approximately 400 persons
at S50 per plate
John S Knuht is honorar> chair-
man of the dinner
I. M. Weinsfein
I r urj duty." he
explaii
not refer I in his >a.
-- I i

esi ihirl
ry to Vol
munil
.:'-
n's Sfa .::
- ,.-
f- '.4 He
met
E thi
: mmerci
.;.- street
His -
L*ni-
lity of Miai \
Her Paula, is a junior at Mi-
Mrs
tein i- a former teacher at
imi High
Unifier ft'omen
\amp Slatv
The Women* Group of the Flaf
ler-ciranada Jewish Community
tenter thi- week announced its
slate of nominee- fur office
Named are Rose Feldman. presi-
dent. Sylvia Freed, vice president:
Ethel Antin. corresponding secre-
tarj Miriam Schiff. recording sec-'
and Jean I-ebar. treasurer
Nominated to the Board were'
flretel Hollander Mildred Wraizer,
! ni Shirlej Bernard. Dina '
Mildred Newmai
I'D mskj Marcy i
Shirk ohen Helen Altaian.'
Z le and Jea- netti
Election is scheduled f'>r
: mnn'.h
Children's Sabbath will be observed during Friday evening services tonight at Tta*l
The Relig:ous School Students' Choir will present the musical portions of the liJJ
the direction of Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Shown above are (top row. left lo right) Jill i/"
Seymour Bram. Jeffrey Gillman. Robert Greenberg and Tnna Lust. Bottom row Qd
aie Mis. Louis Adler. organist. Michele Greenberg. Carol Shaflon. Joe Levi. 6th H
will render the cantorial solos, Barbara Adler. Rona Steinberg and Cantor BorntteU
bers cf the choir who are not shown include Susan Abrams. Fred Abram3 cmdLind<,d
. Miami Windo\
Tied at Emory University. Atlanta. Georgia, for the
Vann Scholarship Award is Richard Most, of 470 \E \$Ji
North Miami The award is given by Alpha Tau Omega FnJ
its pledge with the highest scholarship jack Wehl, sou(|
Mrs. I. W. Word, of 4450 Sheridan Avenue, has been named!
Who In American Universities and Colleges He is a studeajj
selaer Polytechnic Institute. Troy. New York .
Max Capp, of 1125 Alfonso Avenue. Coral Gables, wji] t|
national liaison officer of the Jewish War Veterans. Capp iJ
to the post by Jm Mess, national commander of the orjanij
Final enrollment figures released here by the University of |
veal a total of 10.079 students who have signed up for an
ter cUttSM Named second vice president of the kg
Chamber of Commerce is Simul J. Halpcrin. He is also a i
the group's Board Elected governor for a one-year teml
Friedman, of the Saxony Hotel .
Greater Miami's 1953 Htard Fund Campaign
than half its goal of 5100 000. according to !'u.: Walker.etui
drive will be extended until the goal reach" Lew Me-ew,J
Hardee Driv<*. has been appointed b> Governor Dan JltCa
the post of. harbormaster here. He succeed- Lo Eawardii
nation becomes effective on March 25th Albert Feldan,|
wa- one of 324 students of Ohio State University. Coin1
achieved huh -ch tlastk attainments in '.; of Cm
Administration during the autumn semester
Flagler Plans
Carnival Sunday
Flacler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center will hold its annual
carnival on Sunday. March 8th.
from noon until 9 p.m.. according
to an announcement this week by
Mrs Sidney Stiller, chairman
There will be booths for children
6
Coffee Shop
Uvsorvmions Xrv
Still \railabh>
:.. sen stior- ire
.i Torah Vodaath
and Mesivta testimonial dinner
scheduled for March 15th. at the
Hotel Edward, according to David
son. chairman
Levins.r. reported growing inter
est in the affair, which will honor
Mr and Mr* Samuel Reinhard. ac-
tive worker- for and founders ol
! the Orthoaox Jewish theological
seminary
Reservations may be made by-
contacting Levinson at the Hotel
Algiers, or from Councilman Ber-
nard Frank. Samuel Grundwerg or
Schechter
tw
D. flosner Management
JfefeVofii Goor
ON THE 0CEANFR0NT AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBL
Mrs. Sidney Stiller
and adults, as well as a country
store, bargain corner, plants, maga-
zines, movies and rides
Mrs Ily Coverman is food chair-
man Amons chief barker- are Al
Ziegler. Buddy Logue. Ed Moore
and Ray Levine.
Dinner Served
6 8 P.M-
For Re*emli*|
Phona SI-14U1
Air (.niilitnei
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A Lniquf Dining Eip'>cnce
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Unectiia Jew.th Spt .1 i ..
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2729 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI
Phone for Reservstioni S-W-51
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DINNERS FROM 4 T03
4 aivrina lor All Ocratio**
Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaid H
and Bath Jacob Vaad Hakaihruth
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iMARCHjm^=====
jaim ORT
March 12th
> n Lee Powell, of Miami
Jhas proclaimed Thursday.
|l2th. as ORT Day.
Tdav will be devoted to re-
L. the fruitful efforts of the
"tion for Rehabilitation
\ Training.
nternational group aims at
Uting underprivileged and
Jewish people through
1 education. The 30.000
0f Women's American
I the 100.000 members of
can Ort Federation will
,Jie occasion in celebra-
Iroughout the nation.
50 chapters of ORT in this
I have provided machinery,
L material for the 450 vo-
j training installations main-
ly, iho parent body in 22
-es. Through their efforts,
ban 130,000 Jews have learn-
ed trades since the end of
iVar II.

SJgttfafcJfcptfry?
PAGE 11 A
Ion K<"iiiiii1
wiatiun Head
tied president (if the Wash-
>deral Saving! and Loan
n. Miami Beach, is Jack
reelected are Michael
[f, George W. Hirsch and
er. vice president; Arthur i
shon. secretary: and Milton ]
nor. treasurer. Hirsch will I
rre as comptroller,
cted members of the Board
bor. Ciller, Gordon, Hirsch, I
[Pepper. Charles Silvers, S.
pelman. Steckloff and C'our-
issociatinn opened its doors
oure than two months ago
has savings accounts to-
2000.000.
'Classes
(Vnlor
iss in doll making and a
i choral-singing, are two of
activities which will be
) the After-School Program
[Town Branch. Greater Mi-
K'ish Community Center.
I doll-making class will be
Ithe leadership of Miss Es-
jtus and is open to all girls,
Tne through 12.
iw class will be held on
I.March loth.
inior choral singing group
^! on Friday. March 13th,
to all boys and girls
toe through to 12 age
Donald Locke will be group
Mrs. Nottie Bu/bin
*#i-s. Itulbin IHvs
At Home Here
Mrs. Nettie Bulbin. 56, a resident
of Miami for the past 30 years, died
at her home, 515 SW 22nd Road,
on Thursday. March 26th.
Mrs. Bulbin was a member of
the Temple Israel Sisterhood and
Hadassah.'
Survivors include her husband,
Henry; three sons, Joseph, of Mi-
ami, Fred, of Roanoke. Virginia,
and Stanley, stationed at the Naval
College in Newport. Rhode Island;
and three sisters. Mrs. Kitty Nan-
kin and Mrs. Harry Kruger. of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mrs. Ann Jacobus,
of Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Services were on Sunday at the
Gordon Funeral Home Chapel,
with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and
Joseph Narot officiating. Inter-
ment was on Graceland Park Ceme-
tery.
tteth Sholom Will
Honor Mm. Kll
Alyce K. Ell, chairman of the
Religious School Board of Temple
Beth Sholom, will receive a Cita-
tion of Honor during Friday even-
ing services tonight at ceremonies
marking the 10th anniversary of
the Temple's Religious School.
In her capacity as School Board
chairman for the past eight con-
secutive years, Mrs. Ell has helped
shape the program of the Temple's
religious education program.
Participating in the ceremonies
honoring Mrs. Ell will be the Re-
ligious School Board. Spokesman
will be Mrs. Alexander Bobbins,
associate chairman. Others are
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation; Irvin Katz, principal. Mi-
ami Beach Junior and Senior High
School, of which Mrs. Ell is PTA
president; Mrs. Irving I). Kaplan,
president of the Temple PTA; Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader;
Sydney J. Greenberg. principal of
the Religious School; and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Scroll Is In Young
Israel's Arc
Young Israel Synagogue has
placed its first Scroll of Law into
the Synagogue's Arc
Donation of the Scroll was made
here by Morris and Louis Gordon
in honor of their mother, Mrs.
Bella Gold, who died in 1946.
Morris Gordon is a Miami Beach
resident and Young Israel member
Louis Gordon, New York industrial-
ist, donated $500 to the Synagogue
before his return home following a
business convention here.
POWERS $5 & S6 and Fare
I COLORED MAIDS
III DmE R FULL TIME
I cn2.'VATE HMES
specializing
i Maids Porters
L__D'shwashers
PCE EMPLOYMENT
' ''h.*,?-. Ph- seo7
"W 'o Employer
Cha
Dr. Schneer To Speak
On Sunday, at 11 a.m., the Miami
Society for Ethical Culture will be
host to Dr. Morris Schneer, of New
York, who will address the society
on the topic: NeurosisIts Cause
And Its Cure. The meeting will be
at the Lindsey Hopkins School.
Camp Cherokee
KM BOYS and GIRLS 5 to IS
lake PlexM area of the Adiron
dicks. Pollen Free, Creative Cantp-
iHf, Honefcack Riding, All Sports,
Modern Buildings, Doctor and Regis-
tered Nuno. Beautiful Lake. Jewish
Cultural Program. Tuition S450.
Enrollment limited to 70 Campers
MR. and MRS. MANUEL HIRSCH
265S S.W. 25th Are., Miami, Fla.
Phone 4-0852

c. i .-,.,: mi
Major League
Baseball
AT
MIAMI STADIUM
N.W. 10th AVE. at 23rd ST.
featuring the
BROOKLYN
DODGERS
Opening Game
SATURDAY, MARCH 7th
2:30 p.m.
Other Games Until March 23rd
FOR RESERVATIONS
CALL 82-6545
could be
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the crisp, crisp flakes with the deep, deep flavor-
reach your table just as they leave Kellogg's Flavor Kitchens-
so fresh that there's even a hint, when you open the package,
of that piping hot aroma drifting from the oven doors.
See how fresh "fresh" can be by serving Kellogg's Corn Flakes
at your house. Try the big family-size package.
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Corned Ueef
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ILB\wii^b-IBliD]Pidiioup
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1953
SEC. B
INF Blue Box Campaign
Rahl>i Moses Mcscheloff. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
National Fund Council, announced
this week the launching of the
JNF Blue Box Campaign here dur-
ing the month of March. Rabbi
Mescheloff said the traditional coin
boxes can be obtained by calling
58-6464.
^^Southeastern Conference
fere; Rabbi Heller Will Speak
i Heller president of the I-abor Zionist Organ-,
WJ-tmClrI close awociate of Jrime Minister David Ben-'
r*"1'" he the principal speaker at the Southeastern i
Fel-, imt the General Federation of Pioneers and I
"or the" Hibiscus Lodge. Miami Beach, on Sunday.
lsra "he conference will culminate an intensive weck-
.here on behalf of \~
ies nc Histadrut is authorized by the
Ik, l)r Heller's ap- World Zionist Congress and the Teenage Activities
L conference, he will Jcwjsh Agency to conduct medical,
ijeveral synagogue* vocational, educational and employ-1
Hami ami received by mcni activities in the State of Is-
E v. inl'ly | rael and is one of the beneficiaries
m spiritual leader | 0f the Jewish Federation drive in
V Wise Temple in Greater Miami.
L over 32 years He ( Through Kupat Holim, its med-
I national chairman of ica) arm Histadrut treated more
[jei>h Appeal, chair- tnan 900,000 patients in 1952, mak-
TDntted Palestine Ap- jng jt one 0f the largest medical
Uan of the Adminis- scrvjces jn the Middle East.
Ceil of the Zionist Or-
Mnerica and was
The Teenage Club of the Tifer
eth Israel Northside Center is plan
ning a roller skating party, a beach
party, an Oneg Shabbat and a
whole day picnic at C.reynolds
Park during the month of March.
All these affairs are open to boys
and girls from 13 to 15. Jerry
Berke, president, and Larry Iser-
son, treasurer, are in charge of in
formation.
A little girl is inoculated with gamma globulin to immunize
her against the paralyzing effects of polio. Tests with the
blood plasma derivative last summer showed that one dose
protects a child for about one month. Part oi the blood col-
lected by the Red Cross is now qoing into the production c
qamma qlobulin for use in polio epidemics. Dade Countnan;
are now being asked to "chip in" during the once-per-yec.
Red Cross Fund Drive now in progress.
"V

*?
Junes G. Heller
ily elected president of
| Zionist organization of
11952.
i member of the Board
|orsof Hebrew L'nion Col-
I former president of the
Conference of American
ller ilso holds the Doctor
[degree at the Cincinnati
|or\ of Music, where he
or m Musicology. He is
Cipal tuthor of the pro-
i of the Cincinnati Sym-
hestra.
currently lists some
embers. Founders and
elude David Ben Gurion.
ie Minister; Isaac Ben
President; and Golda
jMoshe Sharon. Dov Jos-
Sprinzak and the late
apian, al! members of Is-
oinet since the founding
He in 1948.
imTvViow
PsOfLeviek
Wdifher Forum, sponsored
pOC imraittee en* Greater
I hold its weekly gather-
"ow evening, March 7th,
| at Kneseth Israel Con-
Wins will he devoted to
fc of the Yiddish poet.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni,
u author, will speak on
ping hi Levick's works.
will be by Beryl Morris
Ahraham Seif will ren-
umber of songs by the Yid-
[SpiritToRun At
prough March 14th
University of Miami Ring
V**:P the curtain on its
(J|Noel Coward', Blithe
>J.UeSdav even'nR The
* /he direction of
Hhilhour and will be
"""rough Saturday, March
Kosher All Year
and for
PASSOVER too
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Phones 3-0721-2 3-4225



PAGE 2B
+ bi Southwest Metro Division Opens Drive
March 15th; Call For Volunteer Workers
Rabbi James G. Heller. Jewish leader and former chairman ot
the I'nited Jewish Appeal, will be principal speaker at the first annual
Southwest area Metropolitan Division Breakfa>t on Sunday. March 15th
The breakfast event ia expected to attract more than 500 persona
snd will be held at 10 am. at the Colony Restaurant. 3500 S\V 22nd
Street. Miami
Metropolitan Division Chairman Harry Zukernick ha- appointed
Miami Chairman M J Kopeiowitz ----------
M J
and Southwest Section Chairman
Irving Saal to head the committee
in charge of arrangements for the
Effai-
In keeping with the new Metro-
terhood. Dov Chapter. Mizrachi
Women
National Home for Jewish Child
ren at Denver. National Council of
Jewish Women. Golda Myer^r.
politan Division plan this year, the Pioneer Women. Kadimah Chapter.
Southwest section of Miami will be
the first to kickoff its phase of ihe
campaign Other programs are be-
ing scheduled in the remaining sec-
tions of Dade County. Zukernick
said
An urgent call for volunteer
workers in the Metropolitan Divis
ion has been issued to all of Dade
County's Jewish civic, fraternal,
veteran and religious organizations
"At least 1.500 volunteers will
be required in the door-t campaign now getting under way
Zukernick explained
The ring majors are a>-.-:
r.- R and Saal with the
rr gram I r the -.- .- vrv
an, Hyman Kam. B
H Libermaii ,t_,k Regal. Abe
'-'- :er
I beor. appoint-
d the Soul
Ruth Amstei i to
- H Ben

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Pioneer Women Workmen's Cir-
cle Women and Vladeck Branch.
Workmen's Circle
The Food Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will sponsor
its annual dinner on Thursday.
March 12th. 7 p m at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel, according to Sam
Heiman. Division chairman
Dinner Chairman Herbert Sher
has announced that more than 500
dealers and merchants are being
invited to the annual event Nam
ed a* co-chairmen to assist Sher
are Murray Daum. Murra} Mattes
and Mel\m Weial
Key uurker- uho will assist with
arrangement- 'Mchell Ad-
it r Nathan Alexar.di- Hirr;. Auf
j-- Sarr. Badar.o-. Robert I
Jp>eph Garvett. Al Greor. Mai
Held |
rard Jacobus. Hsrr;.
j tforl S
: Raj Marvin I
Bei S
: Julian "
re or-
i foi ......
been
. lion co-
Teen Asrers Kick Off
Herbie Kalin. young vocalist.
will headline the program of enter
tainment for the Combined Jewish
Appeal Teen Agers' Breakfast set
for Sunday. March 8th. 10 am., at
the Royal Palm Hotel.
Kmanue! Tropp. chairman of the
Teen Age Unit, has announced that
prt-idents or properly authorized
delegates from more than 40 teen
age organizations have been invit
ed to the kickoff breakfast at which
time the youth will hear an ad-
dna DJ Ephraim Gale, executive
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
Gale will speak on Responsibil-
ity Of Dade County's Teen Agers
In The Combined Jewish Appeal
Jerry Carver, director of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
and Miriam Sheinberg. secretary
of the Zionist Youth Commission,
head a professional advisory' com-
mittee assisting Troop with ar-
rangements.
A workers meeting of the Flag-
le Gale
Mrs. Get
Pertes Dr Harrj Q
R ;.. Grej rj I
R Fred
t Jacob H Siegel. Her-
r and
L^rry Whi
organizations in the
area acting a- sponsors
the affair are:
American Jewish Beth
David Congregation. Beth David
-egation Sisterhood. Congre-
of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, a
benefkiar) agency of the Appeal
Launching activities of the Teen
agers Division will be a kickoff
breakfast on Sunday. March 8th.
10 am at the Royal Palm Hotel.
'hi- breakfast will come pres-
idents and kej workers from mure
than 40 Ugh >chool age clubs and
organizations to hear the CJA
story The meeting is under the
direction of F.manuel Tropp Ac
gation Beth El. Congregation Beth tmt.es dire el i [the Cente- Had
1 Msterhood^B nai B nth Sholem chairman of the Teenager-. I'.-.::
.Assisting Tropp will be a
Lodge No 1024. Israelite Center
Israelite Center Dora Steiq Sister
hood.
Jewish War Veteran? Ladies-
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans
Norman Bruce Brown Post, Far
Ben Gunon Branch No 304.
: Hebrew Schcol and I
-.'.. n. Miami :: School Sis
sinnal Adruorj Committee h-
by Jerry I arver B'nai
Youth director and Miriam Sheu
btrg. aecretar) | -.he Grata
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Harry Sands (left) prominent real estate operator, and Sam
Vessel. p,oneer Coral Gables business man. accept appoT
ments as ca-chamnen of the Coral Gable. MehopSlitan Una.
in the Combined Jewish Appeal. The two leaders^ shown
in conference at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Feder
ahon. discussing plans for partidpation of all Coroi GahU.
residents in the campaign.
CJA Affair
lor Granada group is scheduled for
Monday evening; March 0th, at the 1
' Flagler-Granada Community Cen-
ter in behalf of the Combined Jew
ish Appeal, it has been announced
. by Ben Clein. chairman.
Pledge cards will be distributed
and assignments made by Clein to
insure coverage of the Western ar
ea by volunteer workers.
M. J. KopelowiU, Miami area
chairman.of the CJA Metropolitan
I Division, will address members of
Hadassah's Menorah Group on Mon
day. March 9th, 2:30 p.m.. at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
KopelowiU will speak on the sub-
ject: How Your Dollar To CJA'
Serves Jewry Everywhere. Mrs. Jo-
el Meyer is program chairman.
TytelL Fox Firm Opens
Arthur E. Fox, CPA, and Ber
nard Tytell. CPA. announce the
opening of their firm, Tytell & Fox,'
at 315 Roper Building, Miami, for
the practice of public accounting.
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Our UN Newsletter
By ARTHUR LEWIS
..nMS The question of Soviet anti-Semitism is
NAV.h"e second part of the Seventh General A*
^ue bcf'""' neW issue we have had herein a long time
it is the on y a nave been discussed before. It has
ch mattP
Li was ex
the
ssem-
new issue we have had herein a long time,
Formosa have been discussed before It has
ich matters as ^ ^ ^ routine session to clean up the left
fpet oart into one of the most important meetings
of thf fir ,,:,, and it may very well be the reason why
W S Andrei Vishinsky has come here.
*ign i ha* never been any Jo*f where Western .ym-
wgh there has ^ ^ ^ ditcoMk>f, h#r# ,bout
R,her*, Jewish policies which have led to the rupture
"lin', !." irael but now it it ono of tho main topic* heard
" me indication of tho strong stand tho American
riders- >orn ^^ jn g ,t,t#fmnt mad, by Presi-
KtfSJ Brotherhood Week In th. Unit.d ft**
f Soviet anti-Semitism and said that the "vicious cal-
oke 01 a ^ .^ (he Commumst enslaved countries is
Lrsccution ^ ^^ q{ ^ tyrants are aiways the same,
lrminhnners and slogans may change." The president also
fhe'r, ,.world affairs, the United States and Israel were
I. .Lnpfense of the same democratic ideals.
lf the dscussion in the corridors here is about what the
,. mr-rthis issue. Those who believe that the Israeli deci-
i- .h. nui-stion of anti-Semitism behind the Iron Curtain has
fVindiLkv to come here point to the fact that he is the
LitVflcl&ur Foreign Ministers who has made the journey
II a lv for the United Nations.
Lh Vnreign Secretary 'Anthony Eden is only dropping in, so
I ktawav b ick from a conference in Washington, while the
tto Minister. George Bidault, is unlikely to attend Secre-
mp John Foster Dulles may visit occasionally but will spend
Lb time in the State Department. On the other hand, the
.tnkters of several of the lesser powers are here, and thus
,',, has made this a much more important international
than as expected when the first part of the Assembly
. ,.ktn for granted hero that Mr. Vishinsky will attack; tho
reiecuter of the Moacow Trial* (ho should know about anti-
B for he was then damning Zionism and "bourgeois Jewish
Ln is constitutionally incapable of defense. He can do this
the Ciech item on the Mutual Security Administration or as
killed "the interference of the United States in the internal
Lf other estates" when he will probably charge the Jewish
Lnd the Joint Distribution Committee with being American
L organizations. The Israeli delegation is prepared to coun-
find go over to the attack.
of the uncertainties here is the attitude of the Asians and
Ef this issue They held a secret meeting just before the
and afterwards, a spokesman made same platitudinous re-
iwat anti-Semitism being a bad thing. However, the view
bat many of the members of this bloc, and particularly the
nembers will be able to find some excuse for abstaining, if
i this issue should come to a vote at the United Nations.
Rabbi Lehrman Named Chairman Of
Technion Drive In Southeast Area
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual Colonel Elyachar revealed that
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish a goal of $150,000 had been set for
Center, has been named South ,ne South Florida drive and that
. this amount will be used to build
eastern chairman of the American ^ Rabl)j ,rving Lehrmm Food
Technion Society's drive to raise Technology Laboratory of the new
1 Technion.
General Yaacov Dori, president
of the Technion now touring the
United States on behalf of the gen-
eral campaign, expressed his "ex-
treme pleasure" over Rabbi Lehr-
, man's acceptance of the Southeast-
ern chairmanship.
General, Dori revealed that the
highlight of the South Florida cam-
paign will be a testimonial dinner?
to Rabbi Lehrman on May 14th,
the date of Israel's fifth anniver-
sary as an independent state. Plan <
for the event are being readied
now, and it is expected to be one
of the outstanding functions in lo-
cal Jewish affairs.
The American Technion Society'1*
$10,000,000 campaign for a new
Technion has grown out of Israel's
ever-increasing need for skiHe:!
manpower. The present Institute
of Technology, built some 40 yean
ago when Palestine was an almost
barren, sparcely-populated land, is
unequipped to handle the you ;,
nation's technological needs. The
Society's goal is $3,500,000 a year
for the next three years.
label Irving lehrman
$10,000,000 to build a new Tech-'
nion in Haifa, it was announced by
Colonel J. R. Elyachar, president
of the Society.
Technion is' the popular name
used for Israel's only Institute of
Technology.
An active leader in the Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal, the Israel Bond i
drive, the American Red Cross and |
other civic and religious projects,;
Rabbi Lehrman also will serve as
chairman of the Technion cam-
paign in South Florida, including
Palm Beach, Broward and Dade
Counties. The Southeastern drive
will include Atlanta. Jacksonville,
New Orleans and other major cit-
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AimIimhi .Speaks
To Zionists
Dr. David S. Andron will address
the Zionist Luncheon Club on Wed-
nesday. March 11th. 12:15 p.m.. at
the Ritz-Plaza Hotel His topic will
be The Dilemma Of The Jew
The guest speaker holds the de-
gree of Doctor of Jurisprudence
During the Roosevelt adnunistra
tion he served as Counsel for NRA
to national trade associations.
Dr. Andron is also the author of ary president: M. J Kopelowitz.
several books, one of which receiv- .chairman of the Board: S. I Bern-
ed the award of the Historic Arts baum. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and
Association. David Phillips, vice presidents: Dr
The Zionist luncheons are an ev Joseph M Weidberg. treasurer,
ery Wednesday function at the Mi- Archie Greenberg. financial secre-
ami Beach Israel Zionist District, tary: Mrs. Sol Silverihao. corres
Abe Kurman Heads
Jewish Aged Home
For Second Term
The Jewish Home fr the Aged
of Greater Miami has re-elected
Abe Kurman as president for a
second term
Other officers for the year 1953
are Judge Harold B. Spaet. honor-
i
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headed by Fred Jonas, acting presi-
dent. Al Ossip serves as chairman
and Toasttnaster. assisted by Dan
Broad. Jack Fishman. Charles H.
Lee. Irving SchaUman. Frank A.
Gordon. Faye Tupler and Mrs. Os-
sip
Jewish Home
Residents List
New Activities
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged are now being pro-
vided with two group activities un-
der the supervision of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
it was announced by Maurice Perl-
Jtein. executive director of the
Home, and Efroim Gale. GMJCC
director
On Tuesday mornings, the resi-
dents participate in an arts and
crafts program under the leader-
ship of Mrs Dorothy Reich art
student at the University of Mi-
ami.
A round table discussion on the
subject. What Can Be Done To
Make Older People Happy, was the ,
feature program yesterday after-
noon in the weeklj series of group
participation activities led by Jos-1
eph Fogel. graduate psychology of Miami Beach
student at the University of Miami. B'nth. scheduled
ponding secretary: and Mrs. Moses
Krieger. recording secretary
Communal leaders here welcom-
ed to their first Board meeting
last week were Colonel Jack M.
Amy. Sidney Ansin. Harry Speier
and Harold Thurman
In a report to the Board. Kur-
man stressed that the Home has
three major objective for this year
These are:
1) In conjunction with the Great
, er Miami Jewish Federation, to de
velop a master plan for a com
pletely new home of 125 to 150
beds at Douglas Gardens 2) Break
ing ground for the Jack Ablin In
firmary with a bed capacity of 30
for the chronically ill. by early Fall
and its completion by Spnng of
1954. 31 Burning the mortgage of
S85.000 at the 10th annual meeting
early next year
Judge Spaet and Mrs Benjamin
Appel. co-chairmen of the Pion-1
eers Committee, announced plans
for a plaque dedicated to those who
had pioneered in the initial devel-
opment of the Home. The plaque
will be presented at a dinner late
in April.
4
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Newly elected officers of the Jewish Home for the Aged are shown above
to right axe Mrs. Sol Silverman. corresponding secretary; Baron de Hirsch Me*
dent; M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the Board; Abe Kurman. president; and Mr u,
er, recording secretary. Standing are Judge Harold B. Spaet. honorary preside Mil
baum. vice president; Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, treasurer; and David Phillips vi
Not shown is Archie Greenberg. who was selected financial secretary.
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Group To Install Officers
fULUj^
gUmi Hebrew Free
%ill hold an in-
r0n Sunday. March
'Se Beth El Au-
wiH be Ephrairn
. director of the
[Jewish Community
1 Friedman. Miami
* master of cere-
palmer. Beth El
Lduled as installing
Lfte will assume the
lent. Others are Max
rut and Morris Zim-
presidents: Harry,
ir: Leo Osier, f.-j
,. Rose Pertes. re-,
,'. ida Ochs. corre-.
Sam Radlich |
Louis VVcin-
,,,. and Milton
amentarian.
of the affair are
,d Yoland Bernstein.
Bessie Rosenberg,
,ah Kam. Leo Oster.
ilax Rappaport. Max
s Rachael Sakowitz.
be Miami Mayor
thia and Mrs Sener-
Joseph RackOVttJ
Miami Hebrew Free
,n as organized in
[ith an initial capital
the two and one-
existence, the
group's membership has risen to
150 persons. Purpose of the Asso-
ciation is to extend loans without
interest.
As of this date, the Association
has made 95 loans amounting to
$8,660.
Play At North
Shore Meeting
A play entitled. A Sabbath Com-
mercial, was presented this week
at a meeting of the North Shore
Jewish Center Sisterhood.
The play was written, produced
and coached by Esther Block and
Edythe Feldman.
Members participating included
Fay Rosenthal, Marjorie Ross, Es-,
ther Block, Mollie Rosenthal, Ger- \
aldine Goldstein, Sarah Stern, Ros-
lyn Kirshberg and Maxine Carrol.
Uoldvn Agere
iiold Purim ttall
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Town Branch, will
hold a Post Purim Ball on Sunday,
March 8th, at 8 p.m.
Among the features will be a
fortune-telling booth, with Mrs.
Minnie Rubinstein acting as the
fortune teller. The best and most
unusual costume will receive a
prize.
The Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will schedule concerts every two months on Sunday af-
ternoons at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. Shown above (left to right) are Dan Breefkin, as-
sistant conductor; Dr. Samuel Kaplan, orchestra member; Vasilios Priakos, guest conductor;
Abe Haiduck, orchestra member; Alfred Lesser, executive director; and Al Retskin, orches-
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New committee heads have been
announced this week by A. Budd
j Cutler, president of Tropical
i Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Named are Samuel B. Berger,
membership; Ben Gindy and Al
Kaplan, veterans; Mort Gilman,
Hillel; Lewis Sternshein and Jim
i Levinson, Anti-Defamation League;
Jerry Spolter, community service
and blood bank.
Larry Niditch, program; Bob
| Stone, fund raising; Leonard Lif-
shulz, Americanism; Leonard Uhr,
athletics; William Herzbrun, good
and welfare; Al Budner, publicity
and public relations; Irwin Gold-
hoff and Ronald Fern, BBYO;.and
Gilbert Levine. communications.
Testimonial Honors
Dr. Harry Queen
A testimonial program honoring
Dr. Harry H. Queen will be given
by the Ben-Gurion Branch of Far-
band jointly with the Golda Myer-
son Pioneer Women's Organization
on Tuesday evening, March 10th, 8
p.m., at the Beth El Center.
Dr. Queen will be presented with
a Golden Book Certificate to mark
his 75th birthday and to honor him
as founder of the Ben-Gurion
Branch. The presentation will be
made by Rabbi David Shapiro.
A musical program will feature
Paul Milstone and Mrs. Frances
Packar.
Deborah, israeli
Hadassah Hold
Mark Wedding
The Deborah and Israeli Groups
of Hadassah are holding a ioint
meeting on Monday. March 9th,
1:30 p.m., in Temple Beth Sholorr.
Mrs. Harry Kaplan and Mrs. Wil-
liam Lee will preside.
Directed by Mrs. Harold Wynn,
the program will be a mock wed-
ding ceremony enacted by mem-
bers of the Deborah Group Mem-
ibers attending will also help fill
jHadassah's hope chest with linens
to be distributed in Israel. A wed-
ding reception will follow.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
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Movie At Wise Meeting
Husbands are invited to a spec-
ial meeting of the Stephen S. Wise
Group of Hadassah on Tuesday,
March 10th, 8 p.m.. at the Monte
Carlo Hotel. A movie entitled.
Journey Across The Centuries, will
be shown.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
when Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Cantor Elisa Cerner will ren-
t the musical portion of the
lrgy. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack J
I hen. Daily services are at 7:30 MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
.. 'CONGREGATION will hold Friday
.evening services at 5:30 p.m Late
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold services are at 8:15 p.m. Guest
en tt.iuiu isaac on mu K'^~" Aoud>fh im-ioIItahhi lc Bvor. Or-
the topic' Strange Gods Mincha Sodas. rlta BJ Mumi Boacb.
on
is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Sol Weiss will be host
Daily services are at 8:30 am. and
at 6:15 p.m.
Kal'bl Max Shapiro.
;<:i SW Ird Avo..
T .day evening services at 6 p.m.
urday morning senices are at 9
a n.. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
oiate. The Bar Mitzvah of Ro-
Isser. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
er, will take place at that time
i-on Kraus. Academy instructor.
will assist An Oneg Shabbat for
Iren is scheduled at 3:30 p.m..
r the direction of Mrs. Alex-
ler Gross. Hostesses will be the
-dames Joseph Shapiro. Daniel
Yedlin and S. Garfinkcl. Mincha is
8 p in followed by Shalos Seu-
Daily services are at 730 a.m.,
at 6:30 p ID
-NESSETH ISRAEL CONGRE
CATION will hold Friday evening
ces at 5 45 and at 8.15 p.m
! Meringoff, president, will in-
ice Rabbi Alexander Gross
.'i i.- scheduled to officiate. Sub-
of his discourse i- scheduled
The Sabbath In Jewish Life
lor Abraham Self will render
' musica! portion of the liturgy
ten ices are at
I An afternoon Bible class
be at 5 p.m.. conducted by
hi Shim n Weiss Mincha is at
: -IS p.m Daily services are held
at 5 45 p m
TEMPLE ISRAEL I : Miami will
I i oing sen ices at
15 p.i Dr seph Narol
I preaching on the
l*nto The Lord A New
is School .
n nder the musi
speaker will be I. M. Jaffe Subject
: of his discourse is scheduled as: Is-
rael's Position Today. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 am.
when Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Avick. will become Bar Mitz
vah. Rabbi Simon April and Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer will officiate
A class in Customs and Laws will
be held at 5 p.m.. followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos.
s s
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening senices at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the Student Choir
under the direction of Mrs Jack
Donnerstag Participating will be
Elaine Sachs. Ruth Dixon and
Joann Shier, representatives of the
Miami Chapter of Junior Hadas
sah. During the Oneg Shabbat
sponsored by Mr and Mrs Sidney
Palmer. Mrs. B. F. Breslauer. of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, will be guest speaker
Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's dis-
course is scheduled as: The Finest
Quality Floral offerings will be
by Mrs Rebecca Castle Saturday
morning senices are at 9 a.m..
when Lenny, son of Mr and Mrs
Isidore Scneinhoft, will become
Bar Mitzvah
Beth David
Coaaamtlva,
BriV El'-I>r Shmaryahu Swlraky. Of
v 8W lTth Av., Miami
Bfth JacoO-IUhbl M.iom Mwhelnff.
Orthodox. 101-111 (Tut. Avf.. MR
Btth Sholom I.*>n Kronlsh,
1 t*T-V 4144 Cll>M Avo.. MB.
Beth TMah 11..!! I .l.-.|'h Rackov-
,kj orthodox, Hi Euclid Ace.. Mi-
ami Bosch __ ,.
Ceral GablcolUM'i Morris Skop. Ub-
M Palermo \i. C r.ablon
Downtown Synagogue "'rthodox, 135
NW 3rd Art M _
Flagler-Granada -64) NW 51t P.aco.
Miami
Hebrew Academy Hant.l AVxander
H .... v IS Ith St.. M B
Huleah-M,ami Spring* Kevor,-nd
:i, .. Cuniervatlvi Ml K. 4th
v i i i
Hollywood SWO Polk
H I
Israelite Center IS.il'1 V > >, .i -
II s\v ;ih
Tar., Mian
Kneeth urael Rabbi Abraham r.m-
v 1115 Kurlid Avo..
Mm
Miami Beach Rabbi In n| l-hrman.
Wash Av*., M It
Miami Hebrew School Rabbi SlmOB
April Orthodox, ll-l s\V Uth Ave .
HI
McnticeHo Park .. ,.,,! \K
\ h Mian I Bea< h
North Dade Rabbi Harry Ettinsor,
W Dlxla High-
w ,\ Sorth v
North Shore Rabbi Mayer Ahramo-
... vativo. CM ""th st,
Mi-' Beach
Temple laraei 1" Sarot, Ite-
v SI Ml iml.
Tifereth Israel C S Miami Ave.
I
West Miam I Wuman,
Conservative, 5710 >vv 17th St..
Mlai
Voung Israel OrthdOZ, 4O01 Chase1
Ave Miami Beach.
Zamora Reverend Rudolf Brill, Ton-I
live, 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral
Qal i
vice chairman of the Beth Sholom
Religious School Board: Irving
Kaplan, president of the PTA; and
Louis Schwartzman, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education. Guest
of honor will be Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
chairman of the Religious School
Board. Saturday morning services
are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Melvyn Fred, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Frankel, will take
place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions at all
senices.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate at the late
' service and discuss: What Judaism
Means To Us. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., with Junior!
Congregation worship at 11. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m., followed by <
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are'
at 7 a.m.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
bold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with students of the
Center Religious School participat- i
ing. Arthur Deutsch. chairman of ;
the Religious Committee, will
speak on: Children In The Syna-
gogue. An Oneg Shabbat sponsored j
by the Sisterhood will follow. Sat-1
urday morning services are at 91
am Barry Szemene, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Tiber Szemene, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
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BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services al
Sundown. Saturday morning serv-
t 8:30 a.m Rabbi Shmar-
yahu Swirsk) will officiate and
ervice Canl h on the topic <>n Worship-
will direct the pint The Gold We Manufacture A
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
hold Fridaj evening services
5:15 p.m., uh Reveren
g Subject of hi- dis-
is s heduled as: Idol Wor
In The Twentieth Century
and Mr- Al Gordon will be
- at the Oneg Shabbat Satur-
; morning services are at 9 a m .
. Barr>. son .if Mr and Mrs NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
ice Bailine. will become Bar TER will hold Fr.dav evening serv.
z,an "ces at 815 p.m with Rabbi Mayer
icoaci itc rcyreo ,, u,_, Abramow' officiating and preach-
-SRAELITE CENTER will hold ing on the topic: Happiness With-
ay evening services at 5:30 p.m. jn Reach. Cantor Edward Klein
a heniCeS.ar,eHa,K8 15UPT.' and W1" rend ^ ic*J portion of
. LClTe,d SaiSS* "" .**!. ed by the Center
:n Talmud is at 4 45 p.m.
Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening service.*
at 6 p m Saturday morning serv-
ices are at U am Mincha will be
at 6 15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos Daily services are at 8
a.m.. and at 6 15 p.m
I
ident, and Jack Finkelstein,
i '.ir. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
:ss the Weekly Portion Hosts
at the Ones Shabbat will be Mr.
B Mrs David Granat. in honor of
son. Robert, whose Bar Mitz
is scheduled for Saturdav
ning. 8:30 a.m. Rabhi Sachs
'. it) discus- Bar Mitzvah Among
American Jewry. Kiddush will fol-
. the Saturday service.
-'GUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
services at 6:15 p.m followed
bj Kabbalat Sabbath Saturday
p.ing services are at 9 a.m..
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Cantor Aaron Weinsarten will ren-
der the musical portions of
liturg)
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening senices at
8 15 p.m Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and discuss: Ten Years Of
Jewish Education The sermon will
mark the Temple s 10th annivers
ary Participating will be Irvin
Katz. principal of Miami Beach
Hmh School: Alexander Robbins.
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 6 p.m. Late
services are at 8:30 p.m.. and will
be conducted by Reverend Morde-
chai Haalman and Cantor Joseph
the Malek. Kiddush will be recited by
Russ Blumenthal The One? Shab-
bat will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Siege). Saturday
morning services are at 9:30 a.m.
Daily services are at 9 a.m.. and 6
p.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 830 a.m.. when Rabbi Arie
Ring and Vi
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening senices
at 6 p m Saturday morning sen
ices are at 8 30 a.m. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will officiate and
preach on the sermon: The Jewish
Census Junior senices are at 9
am. under the direction of Benja-
min Kaminetzky. Kiddush spon-
sored by the Sisterhood will fol-
low Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed
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[jtt Unveiling
I. dedication of a monument to
Lmoo- oi the late George Le-
E3, of 5SKC
C Miami Beach, will take
undav. March 8, 11 a.m. at
Kfcbo Cemetery with Rabbi
L Mescheloff officiating. Mr.
It b survived by his wife Alice,
[fitter Celia, 5 brothers. Isi-
Rudy, Jules, Leo and Dave;
,4 sisters including Annie Her-
Em Berger and Bobby Gross-
I Arrangements are in charge
timer's Miami Monument Com-
| Friends and relatives are
| to attend.
Lq Unveiling
.. dedication of a monument to
Ninon of the late Charles H.
, formerly of 2015 S. W. 21st
fill lake place Sunday. March
jciock. at MI Nebo Cemetery
fur. Joseph Narot officiating.
K.'.en is survived by his wife
f a son Alan B. and a daugh-
krs. Beverly Ruth Robbins;
I brothers including Harold of
(j and one sister. Mr. Cohen
i member of the Masonic Or-
Shriner. an Elk and also a
of the American Legion,
iB'rith and Temple Israel Con-
Ition. Arrangements are in
of Palmer's Miami Monu-
[ Company. Friends and rela-
lare asked to attend.
|cson Unveiling
I dedication of a monument to
emory of the late Harry S.
-.. formerly of 852 Jefferson
me. will take place Sunday,
B; 3th. I o'clock, Mt. Sinai
Icnal Park Cemetery. Mr. Leen-
nirvived by his wife Mary, a
fe:;l of Baltimore. Md. and 2
jters. Mrs Frieda W'eiden and
3 DanieN. Mr. Lecnson was a
erof the Shandloff Lodge No.
Pi the Jewish People's Fra-
I Order Arrangements are in
of Palmer's Miami Monu-
: Company Friends and rela-
|ire asked to attend.
enberg Unveiling
dedication of a monument
memory of the late Jean
fcberg formerly of 7887 S. W.
Jk.enue will take place Sunday,
i 8th. at 2 p.m. at the Miami
Knights of Pythias Plot, at
sal Memorial Park Cemetery
[Rabbi S T Swirsky official-
's. Greenberg is survived by
I "band Benjamin, a son Her-
|a'.d a daughter Phyllis; two
fa, Gary Friedman of Cali-
and N'athan Friedman of
Jersey: also a sister Miss Ruth
"an. her parents, Mr. and
lAbe Friedman of California.
pscmenu are in charge of Pal-
i Miami Monument Company.
and relatives are asked to

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Obituaries
::-
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'PAGE 7B
HARRY MICHAELSON
*!. a retired court reporter, died Feb
25. He wan a winter visitor from Chl-
cago. Beach Memorial Chapel sent
the body to ChlcaKo for Hervlref and
burial.
ALEXANDER LION
75, of 12'iu aw tn Ave died Wed-
nesday. Ha cuiir heir Iroin Newark
N.J., four year* ago. Surviving are
hia wife. Mm. Jennie l.lon. and a
brother Mr. IJ-m wan a metiiuo.- of
Sholeni Lode,, of It'nai H'rlth an I of
Temple I. i.i. I anil a lufiuei i..,M,i..t
of hxeklel l.odge of linul Ifrlth in
Newark, bervleea were held Friday at
Miami Klvei'Hlue I-uneral Home, with
burial at urnceland Memorial Park.
MRS. IDA LEVINE
74, of 412."". Collins Ave., died Feb. 26.
She had come from New York 13
yearn ago. A daughter, Mrs Sophie
Kllner, aurvlves her. Services were
held last I-inlay at Klvemide Memor-
ial ('Impel, with burial at Mt. Sinai
i >metiT>.
IRVING ROCK
6"., of 639 tveat ave., tiled Feb. 2:..
Me bad in.- from New York 10 yeari
ago. A brother, Morns, survive! lum
Btrvlcai were bald it Riverside Me-
morial Chapel, with i. i! i.i. at Mt. Blnal
Cemetery.
MRS. MINNIE PLATT
71, of Tin Jefferson Ave., died Peb.
: ,. She had lived here 12 years Three
daughters, Mrs Refine Louis, Mrs.
Prances Wlahnlok and Mrs. Ida
Btooml ield. survive her, Bervleea
iihi held at Riverside Memorial
Chapel.
84 uf M.BRAHAM ZIT|N
lMiai.il kV." .**" M "'""'- victor at
IT &3&SWW,,,
I !' K.T i remaln" wer<- ent to New
j-e.ae> iur miernient.
| ALBERT C. ROEHM
SiSfa ","',vlv's "'"' Me"
!" '' *' hapel sent the bodi to i-itts.
bunch for set vices .,,, ,,m|u, """
LOUIS GARNICK
I.-, who came from Brooklyn rear
wi",' wife. Mis. Bessie Qarnlik, and -.
!'h"." 'I'M'.,'.r*"', ,'Wh Me!2rl.'
' ini sent the i...i> t Brooklyn for
services and burial,
JULIUS ROSEN
m, a winter visitor irom New fork
;; ,,"',"'',', a ol?thlnJ manufac-
turer. Beach Memorial C lapel
the body t New fork for servlcei and
MRS. MINNIE GOLDSMITH
67, of l."V0 Jefferson A\e., Miami
Beach, died hell 21. She had coma
from New York 14 years ago. Sur-
viving are three daughters, Including!
Mrs. Jean Swans, Miami MhCh; and
a son. (.ordon's Miami Heaeh hun-
eral Home sent tlie nody to Neiv York
for services and burial.
GILBERT C FREEDMAN
r>9, a winter visitor from .New York.
died 1 eli. K. Mis wife, Mrs. Etta
Ki.iilman. survives him. Oordon'i
Miami Beach Funeral Home sent the
body to New York for services and
but ial
NEWMAN LEWIS
O, of Mt1 SW JTIh St.. a World War
I veteran, died Feb. 27. a department
tore salesman, ha had come from
New Yoik IS years UO. Surviving are
his wife. Mis ICcatna Lewis, a son.
William, and four slaters, Mrs. Etta
Naftei. Miss Ad.i Lewis and Mrs Viola
Mnmanstern of Miami Beaoll and Mrs
Certrude Btrauss of Hollywood, Kla .
and a brother; Services were held
Monday, with burial al st.u of David
it-met, r\ .
DAVID WHITE
;:.. 1227 Bfl 11th <'l. died Pb, 27.
in a oaarvalescenl home at Homestea I
\ retired jeweler, he came from New
Haven, Conn., elghl years aso He
was a ineini.ei i.i the workmans Cir-
cle. survi\ in; are ills wife, Mra
Iteckv While; a daughter. Mrs. Rose
Bwee, Miami; and a sou In Massa-
chusetts. Bervleea were held Sunday
al Oordon'i Miami Chapel, with bur-
ial at Mt. Sinai Cemeter)
^ Unveiling
iedicatinn of a monument to
emory of the late Meyer Go-
Pmerly of 810 Alton Road,
F,;e P|ace Sunday, March 8th,
? al Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
1'* *ith Rabbi Moses Mes-
F> "Hiciatinu. Mr. Golub is
r,:'i b> his mother Becky of
B[ch. also two brothers,
and Charles both of New
' Golui, was a member of
I ;mi Beach B.P.O. Elks No.
I Amngements are in charge
* Miami Monument Com-
j, "ends and relatives are
1 ^ attend.
HARTWIO NATHANIEL BARUCH
SS, the eldest of four promlnet Ameri-
can brothers, died Sunday at his Coral
Cables home, H29 Catalonia Ave. Mr.
llarux-h had been 111 for several years.
In addition to his brothers. Sallin*.
Miami Peach, Bernard nnd I>r. Mer-
man It, of New York, his survivors
include a son. HartwiK N. llaruch.
Jr of Coral (iables: two daughters.
Mrs. Kdsar Myers of New York City.
and Mrs. Amalle Banks "f Houston.
Texas.
HERMAN KLEIN '
. I of tK> *'- Street. Miami Belch,
passed away Monday A winter visitor
from New York for a number of years,
Mr Klein la nurvlved by his wife.
May. a damrhter Shirley (loldlwrg:
one sister, Mrs. Ooldy Oatroff: three
brothers. Mike. Robert an I William;
and his father. Abraham. The re-
mains were sent to Philadelphia for
service* and Interment by Heach Me-
morial Chapel.
MANUEL J. SINGER
I. of 2100 Blarrlts Drive. Normandy
Isle, passed away on Tuesday. The
owner and <.....rator of a plnmhlnc JUP-
ply company. Mr. Sinner Is survived
liv his wife, Margaret, one brother.
Albert; three sister*. Mrs. I.emi Hoth-
man. Birdie At'aa. Hose OoMattln
Me was a member of the Mason- 'n
Cleveland and Scottish Kites In Mi-
ami The remains were .....t i" i e-'e-
land for services and Interment b>
Beach Memorial Chapel.
Locust bros ryt
** IS thv Of ST'
hms
*
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tt*
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fawoui
jiHCt 'e"
ISADORE SAKOFSKY
v.i, winter visitor from Montluello N
i,'- v'"2, ''' '', .-,"' ,: 'rdon'n M i.....
Reach I'lin.t.il Mom. sent the l,ih
tn M.......,. f,,. .. |,
Isenberg To Chair Award Committee
Former Colonel Michael M. Isen-1 The late Dr. Bowman F. Ashe
berg, Miami attorney, has been and Mrs. Frederick Ravlin were
named chairman of the committee last year's winners,
that will choose the Outstanding
Man And Woman Of 1952, accord-
ing to an announcement by Judge
William L. Pallott, president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, one
of the sponsors of the project.
Colonel Isenberg said that judges
for the event are now being chos-
en.
The Outstanding Man and
Woman Of The Year award was
inaugurated by Sholem Lodge in
1947, and will be made at a public
gathering in Bayfront Park.
ELAINE GREENBERG
<, of 9.,2 Meridian Ave Miami Beach,
P>SSed away l-eb. 2. Servires ere
held iii Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Miami Beai h, Bundaj Burvlvori are
her parents, Mr. and Mi Nai i Ireen-
iietK. and a ilater, Donna
MRS. SADIE LIEBMAN
:i Cellini st Coral Oables, who
came here five years ai,., from New
'''' Conn., died Tuesday. Sur-
vlvlni a"- her husband, Morris; a
son and two da ujhters, including Mrs.
Harriet Blatt of Coral liable. Berv-
leea and inn ial will be In New Haven,
with Gordon uneral h...... m charge
,f lonal arrangements
Colonel Michael Isenberg
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Arab IUftJgMms
I Hsiiss'il At
I iprzl >l>ttiiig
The Herzi Group of the Greater
~Trliami Chapter of Hadassah will
"riold a discussion meeting at the
N>-ne of Mrs. Ben Epstein. 4810
B.ty Road, today. 1 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. An-
. r i Brenner Meyers who will dis-
v Arab Refugees And Their
Ci'iienship Situation. Mrs. Meyers
recently returned from extensive
.els in the Far East. Middle
Bast aid Europe.
She has been a practicing at-
V\ ney in Dade County since 1936
She wo- the organizer of the Flor-
ida Women Lawyers Association.
Hit president of the Members of
t1--- Bar Association, treasurer of
International Association of
Shaloma iiroup
MevtH Monday
Mrs Jack Bernard, president of
the Shaloma Group of Hadassah.
announces that a meeting of the
group will be held at the Hibiscus
Lodge on Monday. March 9th. 1
p.m.
Theme of the meeting will be
the importance of securing Hadas-
sah supplies. Mrs Joseph Paulen
ami Mrs Sam Frankel are co-chair-
men of that project
Mrs. Phillip Geller. chairman of
education, will present a biograph-
ical sketch of Penina Moise
Women Lawyers and has al par-
ticipate widel) in social and char-
itable community projects
Mr- Rosa Honigbaum and Mrs
Carl Sus-kind are chairmen of the
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Plan Passover
Institute
Passover Preparation Institutes
for three areas of Greater Miami
are being planned by the Bureau of
Jewish Education in conjunction
with the Greater Miami Jewisn
Community Center
The Institutes will center around
the Parent-Teacher Associations of
the Center nursery schools in Mi
ami on Miami Beach and at Flag
lcrGranada Model Sedar.m will
feature the programs, with instrur
' tion in the complete procedure and
special -one workshops of Pas-over
melix! -
Objective Of the Institutes IS to,
instruct mother- in the significance |
of the festival so as to bring about
harmonious and joyful celebration
by parent and child in the Jewish
home. Arrangements for the In-
stitute- are in the hands of com-
mittees under the direction of
Louis Schw..rman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau, and Mrs
I Ethel Grossman, Center Nursery
School director
The faculty will include Mrs
Jack Donnerstag and Robert Strata-
I burg who will handle the music
workshops.
The first Preparation Institute
will be held on Tuesday. March
10th. at the Miami Community Cen-
ter This will be followed by the
. Flagler Granada Institute on Mon-
1 dav. March 23rd, and the Beach In-
stitute on March 24th The In-
, stitute- are open to the general
I public and will begin at 8 30 p.m.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
:- stimulating other such Institutes
| by the Jew ish congregations of
Greater Miami and will assist in
' the Passover workshops of the Beth
p3\id Col tion a n d of the
i Coral GabU Jewish Center
Sermmdn-H Htm.
\lu*i< featured
Sholum Secunaa, no.ed Jewish
composes, will be the subject of
Morris Nasatirs new Sunday fea-
ture. Famous Jewish Composers,
on Sunday over station WINZ. at
7 p.m
Secunda's music will be heard
during the short biography told by
Nasatir His first musical compo-
sition was written for one of Nas-
atir s plays. The Rabbis Home-
stead, produced by Borris Thoma-
shef-ky in Philadelphia and New
York about 30 years ago.
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Goodwill Group Meeting
The Goodwill Group of Greater
Miami will hold a Board of Direc-
tors meeting on Thursday. March
12th 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Marcella A. Silver. 3070 SW 13th
Street.
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Hebrew School Meeting
The monthly Board meeting of
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will be held on March
10th. at 830 p.m.. it has been an-
nounced by H M. Drewich. presi-
dent.
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Milton Foreman, Hollywood chairman, Allen Kobsa,
Ling manager, and Mrs. Marius Ranson, Fort Lauderdale,
xuss the Temple Emanu-El Commiuury Seder which will be
[ducted by Rabbi Marius Ranson at Hollywood Beach
|el on Monday, March 30th. The Seder will serve the entire
nmunity. as well as guests and visitors in the south Florida
il.rm h Prepare* Reeipe llookiet
\r ExrUing Pannover Dishes
fctar} restrictions that accom-
i Passover, instead of being a
Leap, can be treated as an op-
Inity lo spl aside routine, ev-
i_v menus and to enjoy meals
i pleasingly unconventional.
Iserve as a guide for the home-
lr in making the most of foods
Ule lo her instead of fretting
[the absence of forbidden it-
Rokeach & Sons, manufac
of Kosher foods, have pub-
a 16-page Passover recipe
el and a sample eight-day
(pared in the Rokeach test
tns. the 34 recipes in the
let cover savory main dishes.
appetizers and unique des-
uch of the exotic is found
flavor of such dishes as
bes, Eierkuchcn and Gan Ed-
kirh have been gathered from
kr corners of the globe to en-
1 American Passover celebra-
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nd Lemon Chiffon Pie filling
mong a host of tempting des-
for topping off Passover
in the true spirit of this
i for rejoicing
Jlance at the eight-day menu
pd by the home economics
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pigh to convince any home-
that Passover meals need
dull, repetitious or unap-
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ditional favorite dishes are
ted. such as Hot Borscht
Dumplings and Gefillte Fish
In footnotes contain instruc-
tor preparing simple but ef-
innovations like honey
dressing, honey broiled
fruit, fruit cocktail with wine
potato balls that
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transform the most prosaic dish in-
to a special delight.
Both the booklet and eight-day
menu may be obtained without
charge by sending name and ad-
dress to Passover Booklet, I. Ro-
keach & Sons, Box 73, Grand Cen-
tral Station, New York 17, New
York.
Xpw Hebrew
Academy Courses
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, has
announced a new series of courses
for Adults. The course will be
introduced at the opening of the
Spring Semester of the Adult Edu-
cation Program.
Courses in Elementary Hebrew,
Advance Hebrew, Jewish Philoso-
phy, Jewish History and Talmud
are included in the curriculum of-
fered for the ten-week session.
Classes will be held Monday ev-
enings, 8 p.m., at the Academy
building. Instructors for the above
courses are Shirley Gross, Sho-
shana Spector and Rabbi Gross.
Pubhshed below is another in a series o) lessons in modem conversational Hebrew which~w"ii
oe published weekly by The Jeioish Flaridian. The complete series constitutes a course aimed at
rTT uV^ iHndamental' f the Manage as it is now spoken in Israel and it based on a text-
book. Hebrew Made Easy, by Miss Shoshana Spector, faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
ami Beach. This and subsequent lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over
radio station WMBM on Sundays at 12 noon. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob SchachterS Jewish Hour. The Jewish florid,-.
will provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
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How are you this evening? Man she-lom-du ha-'e-revr
I am O.K., thanks Shalom li, to-dah
What do you wish to do this Mah ro-?eh 'a-tah la-'a-sot
evening? ha-Vrev?
This evening? To eat and Ha-'er-rev? le'e-chol .
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tea or coffee or milk or beer or labaniah and water. (Labaniah is a drink that is drunk,
and not scooped out with a spoon as is "lebben".)
Hebrew Made Easy is published by the Liveright Publishing Company, New York City. Per-
sons wishing to purchase a copy may do so by writing Miss Shoshana Spector. care of The Jewisl*.
Floridian, and enclosing a check or money order for $1.50.
Evening of Music
At Hebrew Academy
The Hebrew Academy Chorus of
65 boys and girls will appear with
boy cantors Shimele and Lazarke
Berger at an Evening of Music
scheduled for Sunday, March 8th,
8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Senior
High School Auditorium.
Sidney Rubinowit2, chairman of
the concert, said at a meeting that
more than 1,000 persons are ex-
pected to attend.
Miriam Donnerstag will conduct
the 65-vcice Hebrew Academy
Chorus. The choral program will
include a score of Yiddish, liturgic-
al, American and Israeli folk songs.
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U>1.M Youth
Hold Purim Ball
tfoiinl Sinai Cemetery l>edieate*
Memorial Park: Mgnitaries Attend
After 27 years of endued g %*% ?
pn-sent treasurer i>f
\...Kiation. has been
the association in
Gel'hrchairman of the Branch Af con.icrated'M'.u'm Si\"u Memorial official capacity as Pre^en' '
I'sirinnt said ,nc same nuni"*. .-----
esiflent saia. cMCiU Chairman of the
The ccmeten was purchased in iou> capaciun u-rrv
uSVnd has heen ,n the p^J ^^''^V'r'prSnt^easu^r
of development until this date. S.rnon P ^ Dav|d
when it has been finally complc **. has als0 scrved ,he
ed and ded!cated cwneten Association for a number
Rabbit Max Shapiro, of Beth ^ us >nd ig also |te pgjt presi
*\ id Congregation. Moses Met-
Herzl iiraup Has
Moek Marriage
The Herzl Group of Hadassah
will hold a mock marriage and
linen shower at the home of Mrs
George Goldberg. 3543 Flamingo
Drive, on
Da\...
cheioff. of Beth Jacob Con|
ttSTor S T Swirsky. of Congre- Mrs K^^TLLTSS
Idberc. 3542 Flamingo g^ Be(h E| ; Smiori Apnl. of Sisterh.....I JyjdBjl gjj.
Monday. March 9th. 1 ,he M|aml Hehre* School and J^tffl
"Mrs Carl Wemkle and Mrs H\*ST KSST refresh- S -?{- ^
is Heiman are planning a recep mentter ol the Sisterhood tor her 10th con
tion. with a musical program and .. cheted shel Enles under the secutive year.
comedy skit. Mrs Ben Nadler will tlon of Mr< I>rao] Goldberg. Drewich. who is presently serv
.--I .Ariimi ->f ihp ,;. ". jng hl. jeeond term as president
"Mount Sinai Memorial Park of the ""Cotton. h been nrtiv^
cemetery is located on a main 1> engaged and identified he
thoroughfare and is accessible growth of communal life having
from either N.W. 7th Avenue or served a~ president of the Miami
furnish the musical portion of the
program.
Trousseau treasures will be dis
played by the Mesdames Carl Suss-
kind. Louis Goldman. Philip Lefko
Witt, Leo Chaiken. Carl Weinkle N _th Avcnue occupving a Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Arnold Seeder and Oscar Sindel ----- -------- '"" Reih
tract of 25 acres between 10th and now known as Congregation Beth
An original offering by Mrs Le- U[h JKvenue< and i37th street B. and is serving presently his
on Kaplan will conclude the affair The jn of managcment 0{ the fourth consecutive term as presi
------------------- cemeten dates back to the pion-, dent of the Miami Hebrew School
Mozart Discussed eer davs of the Jewish commun and Congregation and also as pres
The life Of Mozart will be the ity here, when there was only one Went of the Greater Miami thevra
topic of a lecture bv Professor Jewish congregation in the Greater Kadisha.
Edward Clarke, of the Iniversit) Miami area, and its charter called To celebrate this occasion, its
of Miami, tomorrow afternoon. 3 30 for the maintenance of a cemetery directors have voted to comment-
. m at the Spinoza Outdoor For for its membership With the orate the date with a special sales
urn which meets on the lawn of growth of the city and the forma-| event, affording all citizens ol
the home of Pr Abraham Wolf- t.on of new congregations, other Greater Miami an opportunity to
son. 11th Street and Ocean Court congregations affiliated themselves purcha.se a plot at a greatly re-
____ __ -----; ". with the Beth David group tO torm duced price
*----------"--------------------------"-------- the association now known as the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
*3M VBN VI f'i Association. Palmer added.
Forming the Greater Miami Jew- i
ish Cemetery' Association are Beth
David Congregation. Beth Jacob j S
Congregation. Congregation Beth r
El and the Miami Hebrew School jf
and Congregation, as well a> Sis ^
terhood Chesed Shel Ernes The
-Tit officers of th.' association *
are 11 M Drewich president Sam- i
uel Dickson, 1st vice president.
Le Meyer, 2nd vice president; Sid-
r.e> H Palmer, executive vice pres-
ident and executive secretary; and
A Pepper, treasurer Its Board of
Direc'ir- i- composed of Joe Co-
hen Harry Simons. Mrs S Stone.
Ben Sokoloff. David Whitman. Max
'iTOiMJttn ^Sfc tpv 1-r*
Rabbi JoMDh E. Rackovslry
45 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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ami Jewish Community Cen-
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Annual Hnni
The Beach Y t pT" I
affiliated ulth the r*T*j
ish Eduction wiliHH
"annu,, on Su^Sf
Ml., at the I.yceum.'Sj
ton Avenue. ""J
Pupils of the Yiddid, ^ I
present a svmpo?*4
f Poet. .U,ahammCj
g the occasion **
The evening w,|| ilso J|
celebration of Purjm M
concert of music with lJ
and Paul Millstone is J
ueld. The banquet n\T
ed and served by the
Club of Branch No. 691
Senesch HadassJ
Feted At Sea Gq
The Hanna Senesch Gq.
Hadassah will meetaithf3
Hotel on Monday, Marcti
p.m.
A reception will beintJ
of a linen shower and M
the group's fourth birthday 1
as Hadassahs 41st binndajl
Guests will bring pmeJ
the Children of Israel. JM
ris Alpert is chairman.
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^"57^111 ST COMPANY, FOR-
MERLY KNOWN AH THE KillsT
TRtJST HAVINtJg HANK, and
ali unknown s.ioceeaors, assigns
grantees, b. nefiolaries. t-redliorii
XL "'v"" l",r,l<* tilalrnlng by.
through, under or against said
defendant, and who ore not
known to be .!.-..d or Hi>; and
all other persons or parties other-
w *e having? or olaimlng any right,
title claim or interest In or to
the following described propertv
situate. Wing and being in Dade
County, Kk-irUa, to wit; Lou n
ana ', In Block 3. of DIXIE
HEIGHTS <; A HI.ENS, according
- ULint-P.Ut *>?*". i*crded In
J2Bw*.,B,^ik 21' "' F,k 2. of the
JMiblle Records r l ide countv
FTnrlda.
Vi ii" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
th.it a suM to irulet title to the above
tlcscrleeid property ha. br,. film)
against you in the above entitled
cause, and you are hereby requested
to rv a copy of your answer to the
bill of complaint herein on the plaint-
l1,."...""01**-"1 R'f'HARI. KREKiER
KINK and STEPHEN A. SPEAR, Hi
Congress Building. Miami, Florida"
and to file the original In the office
or the Clark of the above Court on
or before the 28th day or March. 19.">3.
or a default will be entered against
you.
thla isth day of February,
PAGE HE
LEGAL NOTICE
'N Trig-etIWOiT'court'-or-rut
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN
CHANCER
MART SfflNN
Y.
Plaintiff
No. 157185
NtiltW.iuli shi.W, i.. f..dant
rOL', NO|twr,.,|i siiinn arl Km-.
by noHfied ,,, 'Vour' SSJSSt
' leik, and serve a copv on i'lalntiff.
HO*. Miami, H, ,,n ,,r i,,.fo, e MatifM
ii, ij... ,,. the Complaint will lu.
taken h.. confessed l,,-\ M
l-RMAV '..'il'^ .'":':t l*--ATH-
l"'""> '?' 3/8-U-JO-i7
HATED
1953.
E. II. UlATUERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
Hv: \VM W STUCK INU
RICHARD KHEICER KINK and
STEPHEN A SPEAR
Attorney.-' for I'lalntlff
I1J Cngresa Building, Miami, F'loridn
2/20-27 :: fi-i.i
Notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
TI'-K l> llll'.KHV OIVEN that
UdersiKiie.l. ,1, siring to engage In
JM uiKiei the fictitious name of
ID FAll!, at the following ad-
. S.W. ;nd Street,
i Miami. Florida
Up N.W, 7th Avenue,
Iiaile County, F'lorlda
BN.E. 7Sth Street,
Miami, Florida.
to register said name with
fthe Circuit Court of Dade
Kl.ollli'.A F-OOD FAIR. INC.,
hv.ii-,-/"1-' ''"I'oratlon.
I^VnllN' U!"-NI,V|TZ
Ifcybold Rulldlng
Florida
I l"- Florida Food nOr, Inc.,
corpora tion,
3 6
lvFMTARoUe.T COURT OF THE
1V|^H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
,0RrDAPJ COUNTY, FLOR-
P?CHK RITKES, Plaintiff,
J RITKES Defendant
SJm'i^Pp ^bl'icat.on
ft"" K' >..;;. Rose ,tl,kea.
l'i'\!'M"k-,N'w **
Ja Bill St ,l.,,;u,,:i:V MOTIFIND
Ibten mi "m,l''""t f'"' I'lvoree
I, V,v" mm of your
'"> A 'l-1.l'';u^""'s attorney.
1" Hlan lm 'V, ,m Otympla1
|W a,, hlor"''>. and file the
n ,? ,l,,l< ,"r h ClrcuM
I. 9M ,','"' "" ICth day of
?""t L i'rV"," ,a" "' ''" '
'wyuj* 1,U"'" wl" taken
P" -ttoml, Morlda, February
S.'J I'KATHK.IIMAN,
WM W "TtK'KINO
" o/6
Jii'l-'i.i
UNDER
,.. ,N*ME LAW
FICTITIOUS
GIVEN that
I'"' 'nil,. .:'' .'"."-.'......a-age In
fA KHop. 'tious name of
, Kronie Av-
Intends to rea.
::"''' '"- cii?g of
'" < Dude
NOTICE TO CREUITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29535-A
In Re: ESTATE I IP
REBECCA '''iRix>vi. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald is- h
You. ami each of you, at-.- hereby
notified and required to iiresenl anj
I..iin- ami demands whli
either of you, may have against the
estate of REBFJCCA CORDoVI de-
ceaaed late of Brooklyn, New York,
bul owning as-, ti In the State >.r
Morlda. to the Honorable Count)
Judges of Dade County, ami file the
same In their offices in the County
Courthouse In I da County, l- ioi id i,
within eigiit calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to eon-
taln the lej;.,] address of the claimant
and to lie sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date l-'ebruaiv II, A.D, IMS.
MRS RAY ROSENTHAL,
As Admlnlstiatrlx of the
Estate ..f
REBECCA CORDOVI,
Dei-eaaed.
THRK A NFZWMAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
420 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
2/20-27 1/1-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NfUli I- is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ,-ngaee in
thf. i lin KEN coop, at I3";i \w
jftV*** .'.Wtnl. Dade Ct*$\
wm, in 1"Xln'1" to "'Ki-ter aid nanje
of .V.,'' ,^*rk '" ,n, C,r'-"" Court
of Dade Ihjunty. 1-,,!
tSVJS&F" .1,rpo,!at10n.-.
RlrHAR^K^VI^lTlNK
Attiu-ney for
Itoastinaster Corp.awtion of Florida
M t ongraas ituii. ng
2/27 3/6-13-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engae In
pVSuSS^i'E '.'"' '''""oils name of
Vv-e,K,VMAV S "HARK RK.srAlR-
ANT, at 2101 Blscayne Blv.i in tho
< Its Of Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county,
I loruia.
HI'DOY BARNETT
CLARA IIARNFri'T
BLRNBTT ROTH
Attorney for Fisherman's Wharf
412 Congress Building
Miami. F'lorlda
2/27 1/B-11-2II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL KOSHER SAi'SACJE
COMPANY and FLORIDA NATION-
AL KOSHER 8AHBAOE COMPANY,
at 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade C'ountv,
Florida.
ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER
SACSAflE COMPANY
U'KINKLE & KESSI.ER
Attorney* for Applicant
KI4 Beybold Ruhr.
I M-S1 3/6-13
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27458 B .
RE: ESTATE or
ESREI. FLITMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHAROE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final repot* and petition for
Final Dis. barge as Executrix of the
estate of I-:sRF:I. KLITMAN, deceas-
ed; and that on the "..th day of March,
HS3, will apply to the Honorable
PRANK It. IK.WI.IMJ, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
churge as Executrix of the F>tate of
EFREL F'MTMAN. deceased.
This 17th day of February, 1953.
BTTA FI.ITMAN,
As FIxerutrix of the Estate of
ESREI. F'l-ITMAN, det eased
I. R. UAYERS
Attorney for Executrix
2/20-27 3/6-13
.uli
BROWN
County,
Sol,, owner
B^Jrt-ij A Sll"i'
fa-i'oi'" en*"e In
\aSS8 iCo"B,v "--'c,rcu"
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of .
Florlds

IN THE COUNTY JUOOE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
rOA. IN PROBATE. No. 2963-t
in He: ESTATE OF
NELLIF: s I'OII.SON, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or rviuttnds Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. nre hereby
i 01 .fied and r.'iiili.d to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
slate of NELLIE R Pflt'LSON. de-
ceased late of Miami, Dade County,
Florida, to the lion County Judge* "!
Dads County, and (lie the same In
their off),,. In the County courthouse
In Dad. CotBltY. l-.orhla. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication, hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant ami to be worn
to and pre*< nted a* aforesaid, or same
will be barred See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act
Date February 11th. A !> 195*.
- 1*1 ALICE B THARP.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
NELLIE 8. POCLSON.
I L/ (> a Hi*. (I
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys fr Administratrix
SiW-W1* maml' "*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.TH-E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the imdei signed, desiring to SOgaute in
business under tlie fictitious name of
.I.i.l:l. AJrnSTS at :;mi Llneoln
.Miami Bea.-h. 1 lorida. It
'--' '-' said name with the I '1. ik
ol the 1'ircuit Court of Hade County
Florida.
HARRY KM.I'Y.
:'" I.in. ..;n Road,
Man.. Hi m h, F'loi da
Ml RTON rtOTHENBERO,
Atl niej foi Hat i Kilbj
i-'" Lincoln Road
Bi si h, !-.' i Ida
6-18-2
IN THE CIRCUIT CCJRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 156684
JAMES SMITH and
LILLIAN SMITH, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
MARTHA ROBERTS and
IP IBEBTS, her husband,
et al. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Tin: name OF THE STATE
OF Fi.HRll'A
TO: MARTHA ROBERTS, if living,
but ludiveil to he dead, anil
ROBERTS, her husband, if Hy-
ing, u h"s. residences are un-
known: RICHARDSON, if
living, husband of FLOSSIE
RICHARDSON, also Known as
FLOSSIE ROBERTS; residence
of RICHARDSON Is un-
known: FEARS ROBERTS and
RORERTS. his wife, if liv-
ing, whose residence is unknown;
BKI'I.AIi ROBERTS, If living,
and ROBERTS, her hus-
band, if lhlng. whose residences
are unknown; 111,1.11-: DAVIS, if
Hying, but believed to be dead,
whose residence is unknown:
MAMIE RORERTS, If living, and
ROBERTS, her husband.
If living, whos,. residences are
unknown; Wll.l.ARD ROBERTS,
If Wring, and ROBERTS,
Ms Wife, if living, whose resi-
dences are unknown; EZEK1AL
.' ROBERTS, if living, and
ROBERTS, his wife, if Hying,
wiios,. residence* are unknown:
LEON ROBERTS, ir living, and
ROBERTS, his wife, if liv-
ing. Whose t' si Ii nee* are \in-
known: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
d vises, grantees, creditors^ or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against MAR-
THA ROBERTS, not known to
be dead or alive, but believed to
be dead; AND ALSo.'as to each
of the above named defendant
individual.-. If they be deceased,
then all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other par-
ties Claiming by, through, under
or against such defendants: AND
ALSO, all otnrr and unknown
persons having or claiming- to
have any tight, title or Interest
In the property which Is the sub-
ject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being In Dade
County, Florida, and more par-
liciilarlv described as follows:
Lot 16. of Block 34. of KROW
ITOMKSTEAl'. according to tie
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Rook -It" at Cage KM ot the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida.
IN
IN
LEGAL NOTICE
-r HfJSS 'TO *WBD1TORS r
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ii~.IiZ9 F0R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29626-B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
PHII.il- S. MMERTZI.ER, Deceased
i _U "'"'"'' '"it All Persons Hav-
ing (.lain,., or Demands Against Said
r-siate:
n,.Ti'ii,JHn'l.,a,'h "' y"11' *>re hereby
noiiried and required to present any
claims and demands which v-ou, or
etth.-r of you, may have against the
mtate ol PHILIP SCHMERTZI.EIt
isflWJ"16 "f. i>u,,e County, 1 ,or.da
l?a.i. < """""'I' 4!BHnly Judges ol
i>ade County, and Me the same in
" L". "''.''" '" u,r County Courthouso
in Onde t.ounty, Florida, within eight
demands lo contain the legal ad-
nress or ihe claimant and lo be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, o, same-
will he barred.
Date February 23. A.D. 1953
LILLIAN SCHMERTZI.ER
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
PHILIP S4JHMBRTZLER,
TIELt *&& ^SoTnRd..
Miami Beach, Fla
Attoi-neys fiw Admlnhrtrsitrlx
2/27 t/6-ll-2n
im -r^PTJE TO CREDITORS
n He.COU^TY JUDOES COURT
Jr. J;I!? for oaoe county.
rLn'"Di^N RROBATE. No.-29804-B
In Re: ESTATF: ok
W^TtiSfc HBTMOI'R, laweased
. AA\ V1-e,Ilt"r" "nd All Persons Hav-
F'-'state" '" "8m"1"1" Against Said
.,,i,,.n"dJ*'a,'h "' -vou- are hereby
notified and required to present anv
claims ami demands which you. or
either of yon may have against the
estate f ETHEL SPlYMoiR, deceas-
ed late of Bade County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the.
nrst publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to !. sworn
to and pi .sen led ,s- aforesaid, or
same win be barred.
I mi.- Febi uat v j\. .\ i> ioxs
1IENNIE ROSEN,
As the Ejceeutor of the Laal
Will ami Testament of
ETHEL SEYMOUR, Deceased
HERMAN COHEN
At tome) i... Executor
I 11 '. 6-13-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Ui.i.ii, RUBIN, at I03T Lincoln Road
* Beach, int. ids to n
name with Clerk oi the
Court of Dad.- Count) Ploi .'I i
......... I.II.LIE RUBIN, INC.
BERIt K. SHAPIRO ..- PRIED
Attorm ys for Applicant
110 Lincoln ltd.
I 27 1/6-13*20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIfJA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY. No. 156896
IRVING. SACKS, plaintiff
vs.
MAI.I.Y SACKS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: MAI.I.Y SACKS. 211 D.-lancev
Street, New York city, N Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Rill of com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
FREDERICK N. HAKAD, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, F'lorlda. ami file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of March,
l."-3. If yotl fail to do so. judgment by
default will he taken against vnu for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published ones
each week for four consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17 tli dav of FYbruary,
A.D. 1953.
E. B I.I! A THERM AN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By R H. RICE, JR.
i''Ii nit Court Seal) Deputv Clark
FREDERICK N BARAD
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 I.ile "In Load
Miami Beach, Fioi Ida
2,20-27 .". (-11
LEGAL NOTICE
TTOTi'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHEHY GIVEN tl.it
the undersigned, desiring to engaa
business under the fictitious mum- of
THE DOWNTOWNER CAR. PACK
AGE STORE AND IjOUNOE. at 93
-N.w. 1st Street, Miami. Intenus t,
register suid name with the fieri
Ihe Circuit Court of Hade Col
I- lorida.
civic BAR, INC.
:i.6-l-20-27 ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE-HI HHREI1Y HIVEN t i
the undiTsigned. desiring to engage
.lH"il3"M' under the fictitious nam, of
FtjRMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE Co
at 231 N.W. Gth Street, Miami. Inte
to register-said name with the C
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coumv.
Florida.
FORMOST KOSHER SAUSAGE,
.,...A. Pennsylvania Corporation
WELNKLE & KES8LER
Attorneys for Applicant
Mt Heyboid lildg.
2/20-27 3/6-13

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 29178-B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
MAURICE FISHER. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H:o
ing Claims or Demands Ag,.i it
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are herehv
notified and required to present i .
claims and demands which you, u
either of you, may have against the
estate of MAURICE FISHER, dec. ,-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, in
the HON. FRANK E. DoUl.l.v:.
County Judge of Dad* Count
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse m Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar raont
from the date of the first pub;
lion hereof. Said claims or dental
lo contain the legal address of ih
claimant and to be sworn to and u ,
sented as aforesaid, or same Will 0c
barred.
i '.n. February 19, A.D. U)33.
MINNIE FISHER.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
MAURICE FIKHER. Dec<
BLRNBTT ROTH
Attorne) for Administratrix
412 Congress Building
.Miami, Florida
I J7 :i 6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 156-L'l
PEGGY RITKES, Plaintiff,
v.s
iiyman RITKES, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: IIYMAN RITKES, 130 South 9th
Street, Brooklyn, New- York
YOU ARE HEREBY SOTII
that a Bill of Complaint for I'
ii.,- been filed agsInai >ou and
are required to s.;v,. n copy ol
answer or pleadn.i: to the Bill of I
plaint on the plaintiff's attoi
DAVID A FRANK, 103 Ob
Building, Miami. Florida, and file tli
original Answer or Pleading In I
ifflce of the Clerk of the I III i
Curt on or before the 2.*>th dav .
March, 1951. if you fail to do >.
judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you.
DATEH at Miami. F'lorlda, this I i
day of February, 19.".3.
E. B. I.KATHER.MAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
I'.v WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
ciitcriT Cl HUT SEAL
DAVID A I- RANK
Attorney for Plaintiff
403 'ilvmpia Building
l/fl 3/6-13-2(1
berelt
ORDERED
day of Man
h Appaaraii
q
to the property
de--. i Ibed
YiiC ARE HEREBY
AND REQUIRED lo file v.an- Appear-
,, ...i.i ill on or before the 13th
h. 1933, and in default of
e. a Decic Pro Cn-
fenao will he entered agalnsl yon and
eaeh of you.
This i u-dei to be published once a
vv.ek for tour ill consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
imbllsh.d In Dade Countv. F'lorlda.
DoNE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County. Miami,
Florida, this 1Mb dav of February,
E. R LEA Till KMAN.
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
By M. C. GREI'N
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
BEN FISSEN
Attornev for Plaintiffs
123 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
3/13-W-3T 3/6
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. No. 55295
GENERAL FINANCE rTMAl.L
LOAN Corp., a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM J, BIDDERS and
MARY JANE SIDDF1RK. Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLfCATION
TO: WILLIAM .1. S1DDERS and
MARY JAMB BHMMCRB
Resldi-nie: Unknown
You are hereby notified that a suit
for the recovery of monies due and
owing on promissory note has beea
filed against you, and you ate hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's
attorney and fies the original Answer
in the office of the Clerk of the Civfl
Court of Record": on or before the 10th
>f March, 'i'"'3< otherwise Hi.- al-
t-Ill be
IU.
clerk of Civil Court of Record
By /s R P. De WANO,
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
GEORGE .T. TALIANOFF
Attornev al 1-iw
430 Lin, oln Road _
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
J/ll-10-37, 3/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
FT.ORIDA KEYS DTT1FTWOOD
STUDIOS. lOtS N.W. ICth Street, Ml
ami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court i
Dade Countv, Florida.
BERNARD KLINOU
W111N ST EIN. W l-.'I N ST El N
& WBINSTEIN
attorneys for Applicant
(M Lincoln Road
2/2U-27 3/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Inisiness under the fictitious name ,>:
OREEN'S PARKING LOT. at 200 N
W. 2nd Are., Miami, Fla., intends to
said name with the Clark of
the circuit court of Dad*- CAunly.
F lorida.
LEO It. COHEN
MICHAEL W. 1SENBERU
Attorney for Applicant
1407 Hiscaync Rullding
2/13-20-27 3.6
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Norton Tire Company Inc.
MIAMI
8M W. Vtafler tHTM Ph. 3-4639 M H. W. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Bond p^ Mm
Ph. 78-874S