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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JOLUME 28 -NurftN* 9
MTA^, FI.ORtDA; FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1954'
PIHCE:' lUk CEfftS
lommunities Pledge $12,900,000 At UJA Kickoff
Dr. Silver Says Israel Stands
With West; Leaders Hope for
Six-Week Windup of Campaign
fiencrtor Herbert H. Lehman teentw) accepts the HIAS Award of Honor from Ben Touster. pres-
ident, at the organization's annual meeting in New York as Murray I. Gurfein. vice president.
looks on.
|Ed Sullivan will be Master of Ceremonies:
" ..... IIIBI l>- I ............ ... ,
ount Sinai Jubilee Set for
Beach Auditorium Thursday
An urgent appeal to the people
|of Greater Miami "to match the
jtalent parade with a parade' of
Iticket buyers to the Miami Beach
Auditorium" was sounded here
llhls week by Leonard A. Wien,
chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's
fourth annual Jubilee on March
I4th.
Citing th fact that virtually
every big name in show business
< volunteering to support Ed Sul-
livan, master of ceremonies, to
[make this "the greatest all-star
show of the year," Wien re-em-
m
" StfffivM
HmtHmutm
phasized the need for extra com-
munity support to help reach the
$150,000 goal of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's only fund raising event of
each year.
Mount .Sinai's deficit this year is
its largest ever, Wien said. "Ex-
pansion-ef its free clinics, medical
and .research programs,^ mainte-
nance and purchase Of fww, mod-
ern equipment and extension of
its practical nursing school, the
only such school in this area ac-
credited by the National Associa-
tion for Practical Nurse Training,
and a large social service program
have contributed to the hospital's
staggering deficit," he explained.
Wien called on previous Jubilee
contributors "to buy an extra tick-
et this year. Only through such
added support can we attain our
tremendous goal." Although last
year's campaign netted $110,000,
considered an all-time record for
one night affairs, "we simply must
do fifty percent better this year.
For every two contributors last
year we must find three today," he
said.
. Max Orovitz, chairman of the
Hospital's Board of Trustees, joined
Wien in his appeal by issuing a
personal appeal to the Trustees to
double and triple their, efforts to
put "Jubilee over the top."
Telephone crews, headed by Mrs.
Murray Shaw, office volunteer
chairman, will be on switchboard
duty for 18 hours a day during the
closing days of the drive. Mrs. E.
E. Bloom has stepped up the pace
for th< members of her motor
corps -also.
Jerry Baker, representative of
the American Guild of Variety Ar-
tiata, has pledged hi organization's
support to help the Jubilee reach
its goal. Every performer appear-
ing at the Miami Beach Auditorium
for Jubilee will be donating his or
her services gratis. From the list
of top stars already in the fold, all
indications point to this year's Ju-
Jwlee being the best since its incep-
tion.
Latest to announce his desire to
be down here to take part in the
festivities is Myron Cohen, popu-
lar night club and television fav-
orite.
All night club and hotel owners
in the area are giving their all-out
cooperation again this year as they
have in the past, Wien and Orovitz
Continued on Pag 9 A
The sum of $12,900,000 was
pledged here last weekend for the
United Jewish Appeal in contribu-
tions from more than 600 top Jew-
ish community leaders at the clos-
ing session of the three-day UJA
national conference which mark-
ed the official opening of the UJA
campaign for 1954. Many of the
contributions represented substan-
tial increases over gifts made a
year ago at a similar campaign
launching.
Edward M. M. Warburg, general
chairman of the UJA, hailed the
response as an "assurance to Is-
rael's people that the friends of
freedom do not intend to let them
stand alone in this time of sus-
tained tension and danger."
In the principal address before
the gathering. Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver called on American Jewry to
support Israel. He said the new
state wants peace with its Arab
neighbors, wants to cooperate with
the Arab world in the economic
development of the Middle East,
seeks to achieve the highest stand-
ards of social justice and public
welfare, desires to strengthen its
free institutions, seeks friendship
with the free world, wishes to be
conomically self-sustaining, wants
o maintain freedom for its for-
eign policy, desire to remain a hav-
;n for the oppressed, seeks to de-
elop a high level of Hebrew cul-
ture and is determined to "make
iood."
Dr. Silver noted that these aims
'correspond fully with the ideals
which we, free citizens of Amer-
ica, treasure." On the issue of
peace with its Arab neighbors, Dr.
Silver stressed that Israel is ready-
to settle "all outstanding prob-
lems, including problems of rep-
arations and refugees." He point
ed out, however, that "the Arabs
have rebuffed every approach to
such a peace settlement."
Commenting on Israel's desire
for friendship with the free world.
Dr. Silver declared: "Israel wishes
it to be known that its sympathies
are with the West. By every fibre
of its intellectual and spiritual be-,
ing Israel is tied up with the free
world."
Sixty-nine Jewish communities
throughout the United States have
already pledged the sum of
$68,350,000 towards a five-year loan
of $75,000,000 to retire short-term
indebtedness of the State of Israel
Egypt Threatens to Call
Signatory Power Meeting
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Egypt's threat to call a meeting of
the signatory powers of the inter
national pact governing adminis-
tration of the Suez Canal, if the
United Nations Security Council
rules Egypt's anti-Israel blockade
illegal, was described this week in
UN circles as sheer blackmail, and
ineffective at that.
In Washington. Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban called on Assistant
Secretary' for United Nations Af-
fairs David Key to discuss with
him various UN matters including
future procedures in connection
with a discussion in the Security
Council of it:- resolution of Sep-
tember 1, 1951. concerning thB
Suez rnl hioMrH.
The United States was not one
of the signatories of the Constan-
tinople Convention of 1888 which
governs administration of the
waterway. Czarist Russia was a
signatory, but whether the Soviet
Union would be invited to such a
meeting is questionable'. Other sig
natories to the pact were the Otto-
man Empire, Britain, Germany.
Austria, Spain, Italy, France, Lux-
emburg and the Netherlands.
In any event, observers here
point out, convocation of such a
meeting could only take place if
three of the signatories joined in
calling for it. It is not believed
here that Egypt could get any
other country' to go along with it
Continued on Page 7 A
Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz
. .. loon relieves pressures
and stabilize the country's econ-
omy, Dr. Joseph J. Schwart, execu-
tive vice chairman, announced
The conference was told by the
UJA leader that the loan f ,-t
such project ever undertaken by
an American philanthropic agency
was in addition to the $119,921,-
150 goal of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for 1954. UJA leaders hope
to complete the campaign for the
loan within the next six weeks to
avoid interference with the reg, ar
UJA drive.
The extradordinary loan project
was proposed by the AJA last De-
cember 10th in New York at- a
meeting of representative Ameri-
can Jewish leaders. They v. ere
told that the Jewish Agency had
incurred a critical indebtedness
arising out of the mass influx of
750.000 immigrants in the period
from May 14. 1948, when the State
was founded, to May, 1953.
Taking action on this report, the
New York meeting endorsed a pro-
posal to seek a $75 000,000 loan
from the country's Jewish commu-
nities to be amortized over a five-
year period at a rate of 20 percent
per annum to be guaranteed cut
of the receipts of the United Jew-
ish Appeal's regular fund-raising
campaigns. The meeting also r. I
ed a 99-man organizing commi-
headed by William Rosenwald. na-
tional chairman of the UJA. '
led a move to present this plan to
local Jewish welfare funds.
Dr. Schwartz pointed out that
the loan would serve not only to
relieve the Jewish Agency of
most pressing problems, but would
have the effect of making it p
sible for the Government of Israel
to retire some $75,000,000 in short
', term debts which now impose a
staggering burden on the new
State's economy. This follows from
the fact that the Jewish Agency,
like all organizations and in ii-
viduals under Israel law. furni-
its foreign currency to the Israel
Treasury in exchange for Im-
pounds.
It was explained that to OBkke
up for the shortage of funds re-
quired to carry on its philanthropic
\ work, the Jewish Agency was fore
ed to borrow heavily.


PAGE 2 A
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CJA Plans Party for 2,000 Women
A community garden party at-
tended by some 2.000 women of
Greater Miami will be the climax
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Women's Division campaign, it has
been announced by division co-
chairmen Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The mam-
moth social event is set for Mon-
day, March 15th, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
-The glamorous gifts' function has
been planned as Share-Your-Sun-
shine luncheon and will feature
outstanding speakers and a pro-
gram designed to please the cam-
paigners of the CJA Women's Di-
vision.
Mrs. Morris Alpert, long-time
resident of Miami Beach and a
civic worker, has been named
chairman of the unusual event.
"This will be the biggest garden
party in the history of South Flor-
ida," said Mrs. Alpert, announcing
plans for the affair "The Women's
Division is combining threg gift
functions usually held at this time
of the year under auspices of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Our Gar- j
den party will replace the Life, Se-
curity and Young Matrons Division .
functions held in previous com-
paigns." she declared.
Mr. Arthur Bu'rrell has been ap-
pointed to direct a series of meet-
ings known as Federation work-
I shops to map plans for the big af-
I fair. Assisting Mrs. Burrell are the
Mesdames Phillip LefkowiU and
! Harry Zukcrnick.
The Share-Your"-Sunshine lunch
icon received the biggsn* xrftilrs.
Kleanor Roosevelt Who w< present
'at the first organizational meeting
; held at the home of Mrs. Jack Mint-
I zer. 6440 North Bay Road, last
i Thursday The former First Lady
commended the CJA Women's Hi
j vision and pointed out that wom-
en's role in community welfare
work has taken on major impor-
tance in recent years.
"No garden will be large enough
to accommodate our anticipated
gUOStS, and it was decided to take
our party indoors where sunshine
will be guaranteed." said Mrs. Al-
pert. commenting on the sunshine
theme of the luncheon. "Our aim in
1954 ia to surpass the record
achieved by the Women's Division
in last year's campaign. The women j
of Greater Miami are prepared to
make this possible with our final i
YIVO Committee Conducts Membership
Drive; Slates Banquet Here for Sunday
The YIVO Committee of Greater
Miami is currently conducting a
membership drive for the Yiddish
Scientific Institute.
Better known as the YIVO. the
organization was founded in Vilna
in 1925. At the outbreak of World
War II. its headquarters were
transferred to New York. Since
then. Yivo has_become a clearing ,s ,.r yld(iivm.r Forun,
house for Jewish scholars, serving
both as a place of research and
study and as "an institution of in-
formation and education for the
laymen, according to Ethiel Le-
sowder, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter.
In the course of its existence,
YIVO Jias initiated and carried out
hundreds of studies on various as-
pects of Jewish life and in the
course of these years published a
total of more than 75,000 pages in
its books and periodicals. The
YIVO Library contains over 200,000
volumes. Its archives contain over
a million items, one of the most
complete record of modern Jewish
life.
The membership drive will be
highlighted here by a gala banquet
on Sunday. February 28th. 6 p.m..
at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Shlome Noble.
instructor in Biblical literature and
history, research director of YIVO
and editor of the YIVO Manuel of
Jewish Social Science. There will
also be,a program of Jewish music.
One of the local functions of the
YIVO Committee of Greater Miami
which
meet- every Saturday evening in
Kneseth Israel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Alpert and Mrs. Ketstielf
effort at the sunshine luncheone,"
Mrs. Alpert said.
Assisting Mrs. Alpert as co-chair-
men are the Mesdames Arthur Bur-
rell, Jennie Grossinger, Saul Her-
man, Bernard Hoffman, Samuel Z.
Sakrais, Sol Silverman, Sam Simon-
hoff, Bernard R. Stevens and Max
Wietz.
According to reports submitted
at the General Mobilization rally-
last week, the Women's Division
has already secured pledges in ex-
cess of Slio.OOO against their 1954
quota of $165,000. Mrs. Ablin and
Mrs. L.hrman. general co-chair-
men, expressed their confidence in
the aim of the March 15th Share
Your Sunshine luncheon, declaring
that the affair would take the
Women's Division over the top in
the current campaign.
Author \ight to
ProHpnt I'ovts
The Miami Public Library will
repeat a Florida Author Night pro
gram originally given in 1951. on
Thursday, March 4th, at 8:30 p.m.
Led by Vivian Laramore Rader,
Florida's poet laureate, several na-
tionally known poets will read their
poetry.
Harriet Blackwell. Lillian Grant.
Hannah Kahn and Orma Jean Sur-
bey, all of whom publish poetry
in national magazines, will take
part in the program. Stella Tuttle.
who won first prize in the recent
Kaleidograph Press contest, will
read poetry from her prize-winning
volume, Nor Bitter Nor Profane.
Alice Boyd Stockdale, who was
not on the original program but
who has recently published a num-
ber of humorous poems, will also
appear on the program. Vivian
is preparing a pro- Laramore Rader will serve as mod-
gram of dancing, table games., erator. read from her own poetrv
bridge, chess and refreshments. Had Sappho Written Sonnets and
The Sunday night socials will be a' her latest book. Poinciana Poems
regular feature of the group and [She will also talk of the history
is open to all single adults over 28.1 and trends of poetry in Florida.
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Sunday Night Socials Planned
Adult social group of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch, is planning a series
of Sunday night socials to begin
on Sunday, February 28th, at 8 p.m.
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v rEBRUARY 26, 19S4
Marks
iird Anniversary
IrWebratinu its third anniversary
.Douglas Gardens, the Jewish
e for the Aged will hold Its
,i annual membership meeting
^Sunday, 2 p.m.. at 150 NE 53
et Miami. Over 500 members
*,c Home and its Women's Aux-
r are expected to be present.
\ conjunction with the meeting,
Jdcnts of l he Home are arrang-
H colorful display and sale of
Idicraft objects made in their
k and craft class conducted by
Jprofessional staff of the Great-
f Miami Jewish Community Cen-
rhe residents, whose ages range
,i 75 to 95. work in leather,
k and plastic, paint in oils and
[various kinds of weaving,
jomc of the highlights of the
eting will he an annual report
President Abe Kurman, a re-
lw of the Home's financial con-
lion by Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg,
pasurer, a report on the Ablin
femorial Building by Baron de
frsch Meyer, vice president, and a
jmmary of the activities of .the
Gxiliary by its president, Mrs. Sol
Iverman.
1. Bernbaum. chairman of the
Jminating Committee and vice
psident. will present a slate of
for election to the Board of
Irectors. M. J. Kopelowitz. chair-
iin of the Board, will preside at
meeting,
lother officers are Judge Harold
1 Spaet, honorary president; David
lillips, vice president; Archie
[eenberg. financial secretary;
r.v Silverman. corresponding sec-
tary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, re-
ading secretary.
**->i*i>Jtorm9n
PAGE 3 A
Jewish Community Singers
Install Officers Here
The Jewish Community Singers
of Greater Miami recently held
elections here. Named president of
the organization was Leonard
Sneiderman.
Other officers include Ethel Ze-
bitz, vice president; Eva Glas.sman,
secretary; Harry Kershaw and
Philip Bailin, treasurers; and Paul
Bcdarsky, Philip Braridis, Either
Cilrin. Evelyn Lapin, Doris Share
and Gondure Solomon, Executive
Board.
Guests of honor at the installa-
tion held in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Yomen, conductor and
pianist, were Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Shapiro and Rabbi Moses
Mcscheloff, spiritual leader of Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Resident of tha Jewish Home for the Aqed prepare for the sale of their arts and crafts articles
at the annual meeting of the Home on Sunday at Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd Street, Miami.
Left to right are Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, Mrs. Anna Goldberg, Isaac Yourkawitz and Mrs. Min-
nie Berliner. The arts and crafts program is conducted by the professional staff of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
rip to Israel
InnoiiiM 's Bonus
rip to Israel, Inc., will give
| free 10 percent bonus of extra
over food to all Israel recipi-
|t.s of Scrip's self-selection certi-
tes starting with all Scrip cer-
eates sold and dated February
up to and including Wednes-
1, April 14th.
lining Jaffe. president of Scrip
" Israel, stated that his company
dared this unusual bonus as a
|iult of savings effected in operat-
: costs in Israel.
crip to Israel reduced its prices
| food in its Israel stores from 10
cent to 30 percent on November
1953. and this Passover Free
Jnus will mean that each Israel
cipient of Scrip to Israel certifi-
es will reap an additional 10 per
|nt more ,n Passover food for
rir Script gifts.
|AII of Scrip's Israel stores are
stocked with quantities of
at Kosher for Passover meats and
her desirable Passover foods, and
I of the company's modern facili-
h in Israel are alerted and pre-
yed to handle the expected large
fK** in traffic with the maxi-
um of ease and efficiency.
|The special Passover Bonus
Pip can be obtained now at Scrip
(Wel, Miami Beach-Israel Zion-
Oistnct No. 420 Lincoln Road.
Dov Chapter to
Present Muuieale
Sunday evening, February 28th,
8 p.m., at the Beth El Auditorium,
a musical review, Mizrachi Follies
of 1951. will be held by Dov Chap-
ter here.
Featured are Larry Blue and
Rita and Rosalie Carroll, radio and
television stars.
Seven-year-old Thory Fay Ben-
nekie will render vibraphone selec-
tions. A violin singing and dance
duet will be by Paula Chertock and
Joyce Eisinger. There will be vocal
solos by Mrs. Lillian Garrison,
Goldie Rosenberg and Sadie Brad-
bury. Rose Pertes, president, is
general chairman, assisted by Fan-
nie Ames.
Hostesses are Bessie Rosenberg,
Rose Newbergcr, Anna Block, Gol-
die Indgin. Sarah Fidel, Rachel
Sackqwitz, Sarah Briliant, Freda
Sobar, Lena Zimmerman, Yeta
Hirsh and Clara Kahn. All pro-
ceeds go to the Childrens Village
in Renna, Israel.
Detroit Social Club
To Install Officers
Detroit Social Club will hold its
yearly installation of officers on
Sunday evening, February' 28th,
8:30 p.m., at the International Ho-
tel.
Officers are Mollie Goldberg,
president; Philip Virnick, vice
president; Eva Levenson, vice
president; Ruth Fisher, financial
secretary; William Korash. treas-
urer; and Simpson Rosenberg, re-
cording secretary.
Joseph Pardo, tenor, will present
a group of musical numbers, ac-
companied on the piano by Mrs.
Lillian Nelson. Sharing duties as
master of ceremonies will be Judge
J. Fritz Gordon and Mrs. Lil Dis-
ner.
Park Service is Due
WASHINGTON National Park
Service finally is moving into a
phase of the Everglades National
Park development which has been
long and eagerly anticipated.
Flamingo, a historic little fishing
village on the southernmost shore
of the United States on Florida
Bay, is to be converted next year
into the first of the newest park's
overnight centers for fishing and
sightseeing parties.
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Lecture on Jewish History
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ter, 1545 SW 3rd St., Miami.
Society Plans Tag Day
Here on March 6th
Society to Help Retarded Chil-
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announcement there by Mrs. Etha
Beck, overall chairman.
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on Center; Julian Henry, Hialeah;
Frank Kahn, Little River; Seymour
Laskey, Coral Gables; Murray
Beck, Simon Fogel and Fred Tand-
lich, Miami.
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 2Q Number 9
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
^A Third Anniversary
The Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its
annual meeting on Sunday afternoon when the
organization marks its ninth yearly member-
ship affair and its third anniversary at the
Douglas Gardens site.
We join with Home officials in regarding with
satisfaction the amount of progress made by
the organization since its founding here. From
its guiet but determined beginnings, the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged has grown to include
approximately 2,500 members. Some 60 resi-
dents, whose ages range from 75 to 95 years
of age, find peaceful and purposeful living on
its serene Douglas Gardens grounds.
But Home officials and Auxiliary women
Sunday will look forward in terms of future
needs, pausing momentarily only for pleasant
hindsight. They will study the ever-growing de-
mand made on the organization for its facili-
ties, regard with understanding the Home's cur-
rent limitations and call for sober judgment in
terms of what must be done.
Construction plans are now being formulated
by a Building Committee to implement the re-
cent fund raising campaign for the Jack Ablin
Memorial Wing the first unit in a master ex-
pansion program envisioned by Home officials.
We are sure that Sunday's meeting will shed
further light on this very important communal
undertaking. Not to be outdone, we under-
stand that the Home's residents will be on hand
to display and put on sale a whole host of
handicraft objects made by themselves. This
will prove ample demonstration of the signifi-
cance of our Home for the Aged to many people
for whom life in the tumultuous city becomes
difficult but who can thrive and be productive
in an area where their specific needs are un-
derstood and held to be of prime importance.
Atf^i^tfAi>^r^'W^/^\^V
During The Week ...a
Se
1&>FH HOMS RX 7?/f/h0-
Our Cultural Calendar
The many cultural and seriously educative
functions taking place in our community seems
to us to indicate that we are truly coming of
age. An area that is constantly engaged in the
process of expanding and welcoming new resi-
dents into its midst never has much time to be
concerned with matters of the mind and spirit.
But we feel that Miami is different, and for
that reason we believe it deserves some public
acclaim. The Jewish community has been
singularly active recently in a whole host of
programs designed or sponsored by our cul-
tural, religious and educational centers.
The Bureau of Jewish Education has become
a center for Hebrew courses taught at the Uni-
versity of Miami and also took a leadina role
in the school's observance of Language Week
earlier in February. The Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center culminated an entire month
of festivals dedicated to the national Jewish
music observance when it presented a concert
at Flamingo Park on Sunday evening.
The Hebrew Teachers' Association is now
sponsoring a series of lectures on great poets
in our tradition, while individual synagogues
continue to present seminars and forum series
on various subjects of interest.
Last week, we were apprised of the an-
nouncement of a four-lecture discussion in the
fields of Jewish history, culture and religion
to be given here by eminent scholars during
the month of March. The series, known as The
Living Book, will present such famous person-
alities as Dr. Judah Goldin, Dr. Moshe Davis,
Dr. Abraham Heschel and Dr. Israel Efros.
All of these functions have been splendidly
attended, and we are certain that The Living
Book will plso meet with keen public interest.
Mount Sinai Jubilee
Thursday evening, March 4th, means Jubilee
time at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Mount
Sinai Hospital will present its fourth annual all-
star show, with syndicated columnist and tele-
vision star Ed Sullivan acting as master of
ceremonies.
On the surface of the affair will be a long
list of popular entertainers known to all of us
for their work in motion pictures, radio, TV and
local night spots. We should find ourselves
hard put to think of any show that can come
up to Jubilee's standards in terms of sustained,
guality performance.
The reason for this is simple and touches
upon the fundamental motives behind the an-
nual event. Popular stars, nationally and those
who appear in the Miami area, join their tal-
ents to present to us several hours of entertain-
ment as a "reward" for our interest in Mount
Sinai Hospital; by doing that, they show their
own appreciation for the medical institution.
Actually, Jubilee means infinitely more than
a variety program. It is Mount Sinai Hospital's
sole fund raising event of the year. We think
that a look at some figures can help us all to
understand the hospital's vast, forward-looking
program and the significance of Jubilee within-
its framework.
In 1953. Mount Sinai sustained an opera-
ions deficit of $275,000. Part of our coojribu-
Uons to this year's Combined Jewish Appeal
wrTlFpnHC,ndUC,ed by ,he Grea,e< mE3
ewish Federation, are set aside to support six
ocal agencies. Mount Sinai Hospital fs schS
SSpSgr^ $l25' ^ 'he S-= CIA
of^MBniT8 2 ? iU one-night *** ** *
between fJ6,^ T** UP lhe difference
. i. ,redera,lon allocation and the hos
SSSrSSSfp
one decade of extence ..and, T *
safeguard the heal In^ \l ? lU mi6at to
to the sick at alMtaet anT^' m^itn
stances, to push SZ, E? u^er U cilcun>-
medical wu.SoT^*1^^ ? hori* of
status. ^^ *"* reh*on financial
By LEO MINDLIN
DR. MAHMOUD AZMI HAS BEEN trying desne,
Egypt's Suez Canal blockade of Israel-bound shipni y to J
ernment's new and specially appointed rwwwentativi hls'
Nations Security Council. Some ten days ago he told w the L''
state of war exists on a technical level between the tw L'N "1
now assume major roles in the current canal controver C"u?tries w|
the right of visit, search and confiscation of war c.m.. e ^)
part of international law. This, it seems to me is ra I ,"d "
it certainly did not convince members of the Securitt. gllb tal*.
I met Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at a private reeipkmjM I
for the former First Lady prior to her appcaranchlf Wwk 4
Mobilization volunteers of the 1954 Combined Jewish a ^H
Roosevelt told me that she is quite well acquainted wm\PP!L *i
having met him during the course of her work with the i J H
Human Rights Commission. "He's a remarkable m-.n I Ntid
smooth man, but also a difficult man." she *
One cannot help having respect for the observations of im
lady. There is an aura of wisdom about her which pluvs uonn u1 ,
of her voice and which accentuates in her personality "a sort nf^T
rarely found any longer even among the most hopeful of ,1.1
Mrs. Roosevelt's portrayal of the Egyptian representative I.
a revelation of her own innermost being as of Dr. Azmis sh!15u
plomacy. For. by presenting him in the guise of a man whoTZj
and difficult at once, she revealed to me her evaluation of near S3
politics and of prospects for future world peace. ,!
There is a strange polarity in this wise woman'- thinkins.*
find it hard to understand how she can foresee difficult and hoan
eafl at one and the same time; this is. undoubtedly. \\w idealism*J
emanates so copiously and so remarkably from her.
It is certainly to be hoped that much of this idea i ., WML
nutted to the CJA volunteers who heard her. Mrs. Roosevelt smAil
enter into her part of the General Mobilization kickoff with undeTii
ing, "\\ hat is expected of me?" she asked me. "What shall I uikfal
and for how long shall I speak? My trip to Israel?" Federation o9
subsequently discussed with her what she was to touch upon and)
Roosevelt, for several moments, became engrossed in a schedule hi
to her. She failed to answer my next question and two others i
that, absorbedly reading the mimeographed sheet. When I hadti
decided to withdraw politely, she looked up. smiled, answered
questions and expressed great satisfaction at my reference to the I
UN chapter.
MRS. ROOSEVELT OBVIOUSLY FEELS THAT the United Niia
is the answer to future world peace. Her idealistic remarks abou I
Aznu are reflected in her general attitude relating to the world orb
ization at large. In her speech to the volunteers she indicated Oat]
rael and the Arab nations "must be made" to come together. Shti
that only under such circumstances and with the UN's leadership!
the near Eastern imbalance be adjusted. This did not prevent her I
betraying an instinctive identification with the Jewish State.
Mrs. Roosevelt visited Israel in the winter of 1952. At that.
she was a member of the US delegation to the United Nations.]
plomacy therefore suggested that her visit to the infant republd
made as an aftermath to a tour through several Arab League nali
"Immediately as I crossed the border," she said, "I could not helpl
feel the change in tempo and respond to the people there who-i
alive and really working working hard."
This sort of identification was the pole to her idealistic hope I
garding the Palestine DP's, refugee camps and "that sore spot of I
terness." In a vague way. Mrs. Roosevelt wondered: "If we could a
get them resettled through the UN in Arab countries." I had partita,
fondness for her then, for her human insistence upon order and detea
at a time when her late husband's principles are being called traiti
in her own land.

RABBI IRVING MILLER, PRESIDENT OF the Zionist OrgJL
tion of America, followed Mrs. Roosevelt in an address that spelled!
for General Mobilization workers the stakes involved in 1954. f
Rabbi is always a vigorous orator and can leave the most steeled M
er limp. Declaring that Jews ho longer stand, hat in hand, begging'
favors at international meetings. Rabbi Miller demanded a more to
plete identification on the part of American Jewry with Israel. "11
not come to plead for charity," he said. "I speak in the name at]
people whose sons and daughters are coming home. I speak in I
name of Jewish dignity. There are no more protest meetings. We i
building; we are not crying."
It seems to me that this is the sort of honest and direct talk i
for a community whose record according to Stanley C. Myers,
man of the GM Coral Gables area, indicates that only twenty -five I
cent of the Jewish families residing in Miami contributed to taef
campaign during 1953 His insistence that the deaf and the blind r
us must he made to hear and to see was a prelude to Rabbi
brilliant oratory calling for support of the current drive.
The ZOA president described in cogent terms world J**^'5'
in Israel's future. It emphasized the delightful memorabilia of I
Roosevelt who. while recognizing the limitations of UN diplomat
the Kibya affair and the current Eric Johnston report, for aal
still places faith in a solution of enmities through the orgaauatioa

ONE OF THE DISQUIETING THINGS about the (ieneral W
tion kickotf was the singular absence of youth. It is for them to -
with Israel's future. I find it difficult to understand how they <
nave refrained from being present unless, of course. Zionisau
world unity generally are intellectual ideas. It is almost pathetic t
forced to the conclusion that our day is anti-intellectual, that theia.
whose duty it is to foster the spirit of inquiry in our youth a
without belief, that they have given up and knuckled under to *
real challenge directed against their integrity and that they M
trayed their charges.
The university in our time has cold its heritage in the n**
tear. Our armed forces, a traditional bank of chauvanistie pn^
stand up and defend themselves against the "super patriotic "l
that withered the intellectual. Thus, youth has a confused awj
defined maker.. *oaehow. they must be brought to the realuaUoP
the precepts at stake in the CJA campaign, in United Natioai tm
versy and in the Jewish State's upbuilding.

DR. AJMI. IN HIS INVECTIVE before the Security <*"2Je3
red to the Suez a*-*, *.- ,<, ..my river." Ezekial ".Jjf^j
m against thee. B^unok. King of Egypt, that bath aid Vg9
"ne. It is to be hoped that the representative is up on af. "


RIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1954
^JmisHtorktiari
PAGE 5 A
lobbi Named to
Scouting Council
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Mi-
, o, ,,h has been elected repre
Jii to the South Florida
,,il of the Boy Scouts of Amer-
. Was announced this week by
[rialj of the largest youth organ-
linn in the world.
intun. leader of the North
Zt Jewish (enter since 1951,
ihbi *bramowiti is a member of
, Rabbinicii! Assembly of Amer
' He Was ordained by the Jew-
[ Theological Seminary of Amer-
' in 1944. alter being graduated
jom Veshiva College in 1940.
|Rabbi AbramowiU served as
Lritual leader of Shaare Zion
fcniiregalion in Montreal for a
Lr prior to his entry mto the
Led States Army
|He served in the Chaplain Corps
|r three years, with posts in Ber-
II Trovotore Set
For Saturday Eve
As its second offering of the
season, the Opera Guild of Greater
Miami will present Guiseppe Ver-
di's II Trovatore at Dade County
Auditorium Saturday evening with
two of the Metropolitan's top sing-
is. Jussi Bjoecling, tenor, and As-
Irid Varnay, soprano, in the lead
ing roles.
Repeat performances will be giv-
en at Miami Beach Auditorium on
March 1st and again at Dade Coun-,
ty Auditorium on March 3rd.
Other featured artists will be'
Claramae Turner, contralto, and
Robert Weede. baritone, both mem-
bers of the Metropolitan Opera |
Company. Minor roles, as is cus-
tomary, will be song by Miami
voice students. The chorus of 70
will be drawn from Opera Guild
members.
The entire production will be
under the supervision of Arturo
di Filippi, director of the Opera
Guild. Emerson Buckley, musical
director of the Mutual Broadcast-
ing System, will conduct. It will
be the second time the Guild has
given the Verdi opera, first having
been presented here in 1945.
II Trovatore, which has its set-
ting in 15th century Spain, was
first performed in Rome in 1853.
It will be sung in Italian in the
Guild production.
Fully recovered from the brief
Ilium that hospitalized him in
Sweden this winter. Bjoerling re-
joined the Metropolitan early this
month to sing the leading tenor
role in La Boheme, the opera
which he made his debut there in
1938.
Women s Division leaders Mrs. Irving LehrmanancJ Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (left) greet a committee
m ote of lhe Cornbmed Jewish Appeal Sponsors' Tea held Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Robert Gould, 5005 Collins Avenue. Guest of honor was Arlene Francis, popular TV and
movie star. Shown with Mrs. Lehrman and Mrs. Ablin are (left to right) the Mesdames Aaron
tair, co-chairman. Samuel Lipton, Louis E. Goldman, Frances C. Miller, co-chairman, John N.
berbin and Leo Chaikin.
Sobbi Mayer Abramowitz
and in Salzburg, Austria. From
k48 until coming here in 1951,
Rbbi Abramowitz was director of
nigration for the Joint Distribu-
bn Committee in Italy.
| In charge of liquidating displac-
I persons' ramps in southern Eur-
pe, he aided thousands of Jews
i reaching either their homelands
I>ra!
[Born in Jerusalem, the Rabbi
* been an active worker for the
Inited Jewish Appeal and is a
|ember of the Board of Governors
! the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
lation.
Rabbi Abramowitz recently was
Imed vice president of the new
prth Shore Zionist District. He
secretary of the Greater Miami
hbbinical Association.
[I'nder the Rabbi's leadership,
M physical facilities of the North
pore Jewish (enter have expand-
greatly in the past two years,
ith the corner*tone laying of the
fnter's new building scheduled
Fxt nth.
UM Radio Show
Lists Schedule
The University of Miami School
of Music this week announced its
radio program for the week of
March 1st, heard over station
WVCG at 12 noon, as follows:
MondayJohn Bitter in a dis-
cussion of the music situation in
Dade County; TuesdayFrederick
S. Youngfelt, lecture on the suit,
with recorded illustrations; Wed-
nesdayF. H. Ash, with the U of
M Band in original student com-
positions.
Thursday Laurence Tremblay
and woodwind ensemble music;
and FridayFrances H. Bergh in
a discussion of folk songs as used
by great composers, with recorded
illustrations.
jehachter Concert
let for Sunday
[Jacob Schachter, director of the
pish Variety Hour heard every
May from 12 2 p m ,g ce,e.
ptmg his 24th year on the air
F'h a testimonial evening and con-
r
[Yiddish stars of radio, theatre
television are programmed.
pe amora Jewish Center Choir,
Mucted by Rabbi Max Landman,
>> Participate. Among prominent
Bh cV aUend wiu Myw "or-
Inrk ,K ''""Oilman Harold
Td others e Norman R- Ly008
T*et and Droxel Avenue, on Sun-
fick,, Ua/"y 28,h at 8;30 P-n-
N Ret!' "" "'"amt'd 3t ,he Star
Mcheim to Speak
Li*' h" City Council of
k iZi ,i[ now nead ,,f h'
P< W' "' J'wish Agency.
i Miami R P,;uk,-r for Great-
F"hiTJvrac,",fMaPe|Hamiz.
K <.f Vr ni'X! m,'otin8 in I**
F Michigan T Mls S |,"rush'
?arsagQasa unded "ver 30
fthe^, labor wing
r*'tnelar ""lw',m'"t, is now
iou Paxtit?'''""' '"""ential re-
Jj "c> m Israel.
Popiel School Dedicated
North Dade Jewish Center has
dedicated the Popiel School in a
ceremony in which officers and
children of the Center partici-
pated.
The building consists of five
classrooms and modern facilities.
In dedicating the building, the
president Murray Apfelbaum, ac-
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Slates Meeting, Program
A program has been planned by
chairman and vice president Mrs.
Harold Thurman for the meeting
of Temple Israel .Sisterhood on:
Monday, March 1st, 1:30 p.m., in.
Kaplan Hall.
Stars of the afternoon are Ruth-
ana Kraye. singer, and Gertrude.
Baskine. author, lecturer and world '
traveler.
Miss Kraye is a versatile singer'
who has appeared at many resort'
hotels and on radio and television.
She appeared with the New York
City Opera Company and the Mi-
ami Opera Guild.
Gertrude Baskine was born in
Montreal and graduated from Mc-
Gill University. During her col-
lege years, she represented McGill
in Paris, France, at the internation-
al conference for social work and
was allowed to return, to the uni-
versity later in order to tour Eur-
ope, the Balkans and the near East.
She engaged in social work but
left it to become a feature writer
on the Montreal Gazette. She cov-
ered the opening of the Alaska
highway and was named special
lecturer for the League of Nations.
She spent three years in New
Delhi, India, on a government job,
penetrated Tibet which was closed
to travelers, traveled in French In-
do-China, reported on the German
airlift and was assistant editor of
the Berlin Observer, an American
Army newspaper.
She is the wife of Charles M.
Baskine, a consulting chemical en-
gineer. They came to Miami in
the fall of 1992. Mrs. Baskine is
now engaged in free-lance writing
and lecturing.
Miami Zionists
Slate Attain*
The Young Miami Zionist Dis-
trict will have an Oneg Shahbat at
the home of Mickey Doych. 980
SW 7th Street, on Friday. Febru-
ary 26th, 8:30 p.m. Zvi Berger will
speak on: The Position Of Women
In Modern Jewish Life.
The organization will meet at
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
135 NW 3rd Avenue, in a discus-
sion of the destruction of the first
and second temples, on Tuesday,
March 2nd, 8:30 p.m.
The district also plans a musi-
cale at the home of Deena Stern-
stein, 5820 SW 13th Terrace, on
Thursday, March 4th, 8:30 p.m.
To Discuss Brotherhood
George Brautigam, Dade County
States Attorney and former Chi-
cagoan. will be guest speaker at
the Chicago Club on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 28th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Hi-
biscus Masonic Temple. Brauti-
gam, who is active in the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
in the Greater Miami area, will
speak on Brotherhood.
Cupid Capers Dance
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold its sec-
ond annual "cupid capers dance"
in the Neptune Room of the Robert
Richter Hotel on Sunday evening,
February 28th, 9 p.m. In charge of
the affair is Miss Sandy Silberman,
first vice president of the organ-
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Harrises Marry
In Home Ceremony
C!ara L. Winograd and Benja-
min Harris were married on Sat-
. evening, February 6th, at
the bride's residence. Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman officiated in a double
riny ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
Barret Levin and the late Mrs.
e\in, 3038 SW 4th Street. The
bri< egroom is the son of Mrs.
Beclde Harris and the late Mr.
Samuel Harris, 6247 SW 14th
Sireet.
7'fte bride's gown of rose beige
nylon over taffeta was ballerina-
leagth with matching hat. She car-
ried a white orchid on a while
Bible.
Mrs. Morris Harris, the bride-
grorm's sister-in-law, was matron
of honor. She wore pale blue ny-
lon over taffeta and had a cor-
Mf< of blue iris.
itonard Harris, the bridegroom's
bl ..'ier, was best man. A small
family reception was held after
ihe ceremony at the home of the
bride..
e newlyweds will reside at
3038 SW 4th Street. Miami.
Mrs. Btnnttf C. Tifktis
Krantzow, Tilkus
Exchange Vows
Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at
the wedding of Miss Kdythe Krant-
zow and Bennett L. Tilkus on Sun-
day at the Coral Gables Jewish
("enter.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Krantzow. 1760
SW 16th Avenue. Mr. Tilkus is the
BOO of Mrs. Tillie Tilkus. 2515 SW
7lh Street.
Given in marriage by her father.
the former Miss Krantzow was at-
tired in a gown made with lace bod-
ice, illusion yoke, long pointed
Sleeves and full net skirt. The el-
bow-length veil was held to a white
satin pillbox. She carried a white
orchid and feathered carnations on
a white Bible.
The bride's cousin, Miss Klaine
Glackman, was maid of h mnr. She
wore graj antique taffeta, with
pink applique design and pink net
Stole. Sh.' carried ro.-es.
Besl nun was Alvin Branson.
Abb) I'.' Baumoehl, the bride-
groom's niece, was flower girl, and
Alan Glackman, the bride.- cousin,
was ring bearer,
A p b1 tiie Cen-
After a I. ti in Day-
Beat h 'he newlj wo I- h ill re
-,ili' al 1063 SW 31s1 Am nue
I he brl i" La a graduate of Mi-
ami High School, attended tli I i
t) nl Florida and is a
Mr. Tilkus la a graduate of Tech-
nical High School and was in the
:..i\\ durin World War ll lie also
wrved In ill" Air Force during the
Korean War.
Miss Hosenl'cld Picks
Imported Cluintilly
Elaine Rosenfeld, of Newark,
New Jersey, and Sheldon Kimmel-
man w.-rc married on Sunday in a
ceremony at the Military Park Ho-
tel in Newark.
Tli-' groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Kimmelman, 735
Almena Avenue, Coral Gables, and
is a-sociated with the Elgene
Ridgeway Company, Newark.
The bride wore imported chan-
tilly lace over romantique pink taf-
feta. She attended Rider College,
where she joined lota Alpha Pi So-
rority, and graduated from Lyons
Medical Laboratory School.
Mr. Kimmelman graduated from
Cornell University School of Hotel
Administration and is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
The couple will make their home
in East Orange, New Jersey.
Mrs. ShtHon Kimmelman
Arthur Low, son of Mr. and
^Irs. Jack Low, 4541 Royal
?nlm Avenue, will bscome
Bur Mitzvah on Saturday,
February 27th, 10:45 a.m.. at
Temple Belli Sho'.om. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
A:thur, a student at Beth
Sholoin Religious School, is
in the eighth arade of Nau-
tilus Junior High.
F.'.ysicians' Wives Meet
The February meeting of the
Ph; sicians' Wives' Club of Greater
i was held at the home of Mrs.
" irice Edelman, 5237 LaGorce
Dr.ve, Miami Beach. A fashion
v was presented by Miss Vir-
a Jacocks through the courtesy
of Vacation Vogue on Key Bis-
ca;ne. Sportswear and daytime
dresses were modeled by Mrs. Ber-
n,.:d Abel. Mrs. Howard Engl, Mrs.
Maurice Edelman, Mrs. David Ep-
stein and Mrs. Maurice Rich.
L. Fr 'ric Gcld:n. ron of Mr.
Mr*. Jarr.?s C. Idin, 1/45
Ccla.-. Drive, w 1: :.i:omeBar
M bnrah on Sal nday morn-
ing, February 2?ih, 10:45
a.m.. c:i Temoie Beth Sholom.
Ra'oi Leon Kronish will of-
ficiate. The Bzr Mi!:vah is an
e;ghth grade student at Nau-
t;lus Junior Hiqh School.
Miss Faith Frances Weitzman
end Burton David Greenfield,
of Coral Gables, were mar-
ried in a c3remony Sunday
al the Shelborne Hotel. Mr.
Greenfield is a graduate of
the University of Miami. The
bride is the daughter of the
Meyer Weitzmans, Camden,
New Jersey, and Philadel-
phia, Pennsylvania.
Miss Judith Dubin
Dubin, Reisberg
Plan Wedding
Miss Judith Dubin and Wesley
Reisberg are making plans for their:
wedding. They met at the North
Shore Jewish Center, where they
are members.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Dubin
960 SW 7th Street She attended*
schools in the Bronx, New York
and has lived in Miami for the past
three years.
Mr. Reisberg is a graduate of
high school in Brooklyn He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Reis-
berg. 711 SW 10th Avenue.
New Arthritis Chapter
Formed in Florida
Formed here is the South Flor-
'; Chapter of the Arthritis and
Rheumatism Foundation, accord
ing to an announcement by Robert
Frix. president.
Vice president of the organiza
tion is Spencer Rudnick. Samuel
Vogelbaum is treasurer, with Mrs.
Arline Hebson acting as secretary
The organization last week heard
rLl^ldT"de Von- m'l di
rector of the Foundation and Pro-
essor of Clinical Medicine at Ya
University, in a discussion on the
Sm\n,(-rthritis at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Luric, Orshan to
Live in Brooklyn
Sunday. February 14th, was the
date for the wedding of Miss Ada
Mae Lurie and Mr. Stanley Orshan,
at the Lincoln Manor.
The parents of the bride, are Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Lurie, 2923 NW 7th
aueei. Miami, and the parents of
he luoom are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Or-
shan. Brooklyn. New York.
Rabbi Isaac II Ever officiated at
i in' ceremony, assisted by Rev.
Maurice Mamcbes, in front of an
altar decorated with white gladio-
lus, white pompons, and calla lil-
llev
The best man :is Mr. Larry
I line, brother of the bride.
The bride eho-e a sown with
chantilly lace v. aist made with leg
'o n:uit"ii sleeves, ami falling in a
redingote over an aerordian-pleat-
pd pylon tulle skirt which extend-
e I to a cathe'lral-l''n.;;h train.
Her triple tiered veil of French
illusion was held in place by a
Spanish toreador cap of lace and
tulle She carried a modified co-
lonial bouquet of white freesia and
feathered carnation*, and centered
with an all white orchid.
'.;i-> Rita Orshan. sister of the
Sroom. was maid of honor, attired
in an .iqua faille ballerina gown
She carried a cascade bouquet of
yellow roses, with acacia and
leather.
Helene Ramer was junior brides-
maid, end wore a fioor-length gown
i powder blue orfandy, and car-
ried a small copy of the maid of
bonor'a bouquet.
f\> wer girl Debra Hardy wore a
gown identical to that of the jun-
ior bridesmaid, and carried a bas-
ket of rOM petals
Mr Lurie. mother of the bride,
>ire grey lace over pink, and Mrs.
' Irshan, mother of the groom, chose
j Dior blue faille taffeta with se-
quins. Both mothers wore white
orchid ftraegti
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at Lincoln Manor.
Tables were decorated with white
and pink flowers.
AH floral designs were executed
by 'he BlackaUMM Flower Shops.
I'pon completion of a honeymoon
trip through the State of Florida,
'he newlyweds will make their
home in Brooklyn.
FWIDAY, PEBRUAPVffl
PERSONAL!?
SPEAKIN,
cation at the home of their dl, 1
ter-in-laWs parents. Mr L'w"
nue. Their children will M
,forego a Florida vacation th. '1
They are fixing their n*wCj
in Bays!*., Long Island md
A it
Mr. and Mrs. E. Larks, of NM
York City, sister and broth.Z1
law of the Louis ZefentS tall
spent the last month at the'Ro,,if
York. Hotel on the Beach. After a
trip to Nassau, they will go to tta
Mayfair Inn in Sanford, for a Z\
weeks.
* ft a ,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene of
573C SW 9th Terrace, Miami'a*
entertaining their daughter *J
son-in-law, the David Chaits New
York City, who also spent fair
days in Havana, Cuba.
Steven"Fogel Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Fog,
son of Mr. and Mrs Alex Fogi
will take place on Saturday roc*.
ing, February 27th. at the Wat
Miami Jewish Center.
Mr. Fogel is president of le
Center. Steven has attended h-
brew and Sunday School there fcr
the past four years He receab"
passed the examination set by tie
Bureau of Jewish Education ail
the Rabbinical Association and all
be awarded a certificate during at
service.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ciate and will he assisted by He
Bar Mitzvah during the late Fri4r
evening service.

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Politics came in lor di*u
Thursday night when Mr.andi
Leo Rose entertained Jud
Mrs. Ray Nathan for .him'i ai^j
Rose home, 9009 Garland Ava
Surfside. M
Rose is a candidate for ew
to the Surfside Town Co**
March 16th, and Judge Natha
candidate for reelection *ijm
of the Small Claims court olJ
County. .
The Roses are planning
to Mr. Rose's parents, the
Leo Roses, who live in w
Beach, immediately after w
tim. They intend to ta*
them their year and a
daughter, Ellen.
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XRS Will Sponsor
I Donor Dance
I The Greater Miami Auxiliary of
[foe Jewish Consumptives Relief
I Society is sponsoring its annual
I donor dinner dance at the Beach-
Lmber on Sunday. February 28th,
I p m.
I This is a double celebration with
CRS now marking its Golden
Uhilee.
Mrs. Walter J. Simon, of St.
,ouis, Missouri, president of the
ational Council of JCRS Auxil-
ries, will be guest of honor. Mrs.
fcmon will relate the progress th
hospital sanatorium in Denver has
nade since its inception in 1904.
Chairmen are Mrs. Arnold Lewis
Ld Mrs. Dewey Klein. Journal
Chairman is Mrs. Maurey Poncber,
Honor treasurer, Mrs. Jack Cordon.
Taking reservations are Mrs. Irv-
ng Gilman and Mrs. Jacques As-
iael. Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld is
sklent.
[fdrfy Arnold to be
\feapjred at Olympia
Ballad singer Eddy Arnold will
Ibring his entire all-star cast to the
|stage of the Olympia Theatre this
teek.
In addition to Eddy, the show
ill feature such favorites as Roy
liggins and Hank Garland, the
)avis Sisters, the "Plow-Boys" and
boy from Alabam. Dr. Lew
Ichildre. along with many other
personalities
Deacon Andy Griffith, whose re-
Icen! appearance on Toast of the
lT'-\vn established him as one of
It he top-ranking comedians, will ap-
|pe::r to do his What It Was, Was
Football.
Popular young singer Johnny
Haddox will be another highlight
the show. Among his hit re-
bonhngs are Memphis Blues, Fri-
day Nighi Stomp and The Alabama
Jubilee.
The Olympia will continue its
iky of offering a first-run movie
I addition to the stage show at no
Mm co I to its patronv
luthor to be Discussed
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi of
T !e I.ni< 1. will be guest speak-
er on Saturday afternoon, 3:30
p.m. r.| the Spinoza Outdoor Fo-
^um on the lawn of the home of Dr.
'brah ton. nth Street and
irt Dr. N irot will speak
bn the topic: What The Sholem
Vs -h Incident Has Taught Me.
Egypt Threatens
Meeting of All
Signatory Powers
Continued from Pag* 1 A
in such a move. The Egyptian
threat was hinted at by Dr. Mah-
mould Azmi. Egypt's representa-
tive to the UN, at a press confer-
ence called after a meeting of the
Security Council where Egypt indi-
cated it would adhere to its block-
ade of Israeli bound shipping re-
gardless of Security Council action.
In Paris it is reported that
France will insist that Egypt abide
by the Constantinople Convention
wnich guarantees tree passage of
the Suez Canal to ships of all na-
tions, a spokesman tor the French
Foreign Office said this week..
Commenting on the Israeli com-
plain to me i niic,i Nations
against the Egyptian blockade, the
French spokesman said "if the Se-
curity Council deems that Egypt
has violated freedom ot transit,
France will support energetically
any resolution 4eraaMbng that
Egypt respect its international ob-
ligations. "
The British Government will also
support Israel's complaint to the
Lnited Nations against the Egyp-
tian blockade of the Suez Canal
because the Egyptian Govern-
ment's actions violate the Constan-
tinople Convention, which governs
operation of the Canal, Minister of
State Selwyn Lloyd announced in
Commons this week.
The question was raised by Con-
servative MP Eric Johnson who
asked what action had been taken
on Israel's complaint to the UN Se-
curity Council against Egypt's halt-
ing ships with Israel-bound cargoes
in the canal. When Mr. Lloyd re-
plied that the matter was now un-
der consideration in the Security
Council, Mr. Johnson wanted to
know what the British Govern-
ment's stand on this was. Mr. Lloyd
replied that it was to uphold the
principle of free navigation
through the Canal.
At this point, Mr. Johnson asked
if it was a fact that the Egyptian
Government's action was in con-
travention of the Constantinople
pact and if it would, therefore, be
right for the British Government
to support Israel's protest. Mr.
Lloyd said that what the MP had
said was the view of the British
Government.
Melvyn Benenfeld, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Benenfeld,
Miami Beach, will become
I. Bar Mite van on Saturday
morning, February 27th, at
the Hebrew Academy, where
he is a senior student. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross will offi-
ciate. Among out-of-town
guests will be his uncle, P.
Benenfeld, paternal grand-
mother Mrs. Mollie Benenfeld
and maternal grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. B. Wishner, all
of New York, and Mr. and
Mrs. S. Kaphan, of Newark,
New Jersey.
UM Concert to
Feature New Work
The sixth pair h> the series of
University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra concerts, with John Bitter
conducting, on March 7th and 8th,
will be-of special interest, not only
musically, but also in the promo
tion of closer Inter-American cul
tural relationships.
The program will include Tht
Legend Of The Noble Knight by
Theodor Berger This will be tht
first performance in the United
States of this work. It has been
sympathetically received by the
Viennese public, an achievement
rarely accomplished by a contem-
porary composer in this center of
musical conservatism. Berger
makes his home in Vienna amPwon
the music prize of Vienna in 1949.
Jean Fournier, soloist, is consid-
ered one of the foremost instru-
mentalists of this era. Already
famous in Europe, he made his
American debut in 1948 and was
acclaimed as one of the greatest
'cellists ever heard in this country.
Virgil Thomson wrote "I do not
know his superior among living
'cellists, and there are few who
can equal him, either his technical
mastery, or for musical taste."
He is also keenly interested in
enlarging the 'cello repertoire in
outstanding compositions such as
the Martinu Sonata, as well as the
Poulanc Sonata, written and dedi-
cated to him.
Dinner Due Sunday-
Naomi Group of Hadassah wil
hold a smorgasbord dinner on Sun-
day, February 28th. 7:30 p.m.. at
the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 NW
North River Drive. Mrs. Arthur
Hershbein is in charge of tickets.
Tots About Town...
Israelite Center Dinner
The Israelite Center is now ac-
cepting reservations for its sec-
ond annual Hebrew School dinner
on Sunday, February 28th, at 7
p.m. Chairman of the' committee
on arrangements is Mrs. Sam Sand-
ier. Mrs. Bernard Sirkus and Nat
Tragin are co-chairmen.

Proceeds for CJA
Next meeting of the Young Adult
Group of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, scheduled to take place on
Wednesday evening, March 3rd,
will feature an auction, the pro-
ceeds of which will be donated to
the Combined Jewish Appeal. The
meeting will be held in the social
hall of the Center.
Various items of value contrib-
uted by local merchants, as well as
dinners and weekends at Beach
hotels, will be auctioned by Burt
Tump-on. assisted by Irv Schcrr.
Ira Greenwald to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Greenwald, 100 NW 62nd Avenue,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, February
'9th. 9 a.m., at
e Flagler Gra-
ada Jewish
.immunity Cerj-
r.
Ira attends Kin-
>ch Park Junior
igh School. He
ias been attend-
ing the Flagler-
Granada Religi-
ous School and also successfully
passed the Bar Mitzvah examina-
tion given by the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
He will chant the traditional Maf-
tir and address the congregation.
Rev. Leo Heim will officiate.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at the reception following
the services given in honor of Ira.
Irm
New Home for
Retired Announced
Dr. Sanel Beer this week an-
nounced the openiag of Rivermont
Park Manors for retired people at
1389 NW 7th Street, Miami.
Dr. Beer is a retired physician
who received his medical training
in Vienna. A Miami resident for
the past 13 years, he is former di-
rector of Rivermont Park Sanitar-
ium here.
The new home for retired peo-
ple is situated on a private estate
of more than seven acres which
stretch along the Miami River. Dr.
Beer explained that there are
homelike bungalows, where resi-
dents will find all the comforts
they need.
Featured will be facilities for re-
tired people to receive guests, give
tea parties and prepare refresh-
ments. "Special diet requirements
will be respected," Dr. Beer ex-
plained.
Quarters are warmed in the win-
ter and cooled in the summer. Nu-
merous shaded, level walks are pro-
vided.
Chesed Shel Emess
Slates Annual Tea
Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president
of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess,
this week announced that the an-
nual membership tea of the or-
ganization will be held on Tuesday,
March 2nd, 1:30 p.m., in the Beth
El Congregation.
Co-chairmen and hostesses will
be Mrs. Sarah Stone and Mrs. Mary
Wengrow.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual
leader of the Israelite Center, will
be guest speaker. Cantor Nathan
Zeichncr, of Beth El Congregation,
will render musical selections.
LADY
With Realty Business would like t
meet man of refinement up to oge 62.
V/ritt Mrs. L, Box 2973, Miami It.
Young Judaea Picnic
All members of Greater Miami
Young Judaea will gather on Sun-
day. February 28th, at Crandon
Park for an afternoon of games,
dancing, sinking and sports an-
nounced Joseph Pardo, chairman
of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission, joint youth agency of
Hadassah and the ZOA. The Ju-
daeans will meet at 1:30 p.m., at
the entrance to parking lot 2.
FORMER DOCTORS WIFE
Age 45, refined and attractive, would
like position as companion to 1 person.
Recently returned from Israel and
Europe. Free to travel. Mrs. B., Box
2973, Miami 18.
WIDOW
48, can assist gentleman in established
business. Mrs. D., Box 2973,
Miami 18
r?2S MY SMILE IN THE
P^A? wonder.
S?hl,n9 Andrew Kaplan.
n Mr. and Mrs. Allan
MAN OF DISTINCTION .
is Neil Kent, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald V. Kent.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M
American Notables ... Charles Frohman: The Jew of 1899
t
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
{Harry Simonholf's column, constitutinq a series enfir/erf,
American Notables, is being published by Tbe Jewish FforMian
as parf of fhe tercentenary celebration of Jewish sefflemenf in
the United States.-lhe fditors.)
The amazing career of the greatest <>f all play pro
rs was hardly conditioned by education or heredity.
Oti.irles Frohman received little, if any schooling. It is
true his German-born father showed a penchant for acting
in amateur plays. Leaving Sandusky. Ohio, the elder
FrohfllM opened a cigar store in New York's theatrical
center on lower Broadway.
Little Charles grew up in the environment of actors
and theatres. His brother Gustave sold opera librettos
and his father received passes to plays in permitting his
BjbOM windows for billboards. One night a doorkeeper
kindly let the 8-year-old child slip through the darkened
door to see the "Black Crook," the spectacular extrava-
ganza of the 1860s. He beheld a world of .splendor ol
beautiful girls in fi......... ry on the gaslit stage.
The theatre got Into Iv blood.
At 14 he got bis first job a- ticket-teller in a minstrel
how at Brooklyn. Later he went on the road as advance
aunt lor traveling companies. He became, at 23, an Inde-
pendent manager and subsequently brought order and
m item into the chaotic theatre business by helping to or-
ganize a powerful syndicate that operated on a national
scale.
Nothing can explain the phenomenal inslgbl of Charles
I hman Into dramatic values, except sheer genius. With-
o systematic or disciplined study, he could appraise Ihe
ts of a manuscript with uncanny discernment. He
outclassed In- contemporaries in estimating tbe values oi
st ng, emotional, appealing, uplifting, human, yel clean,
theatre. Hi- judgments ranged from minstrels to high
Iraged) from fairy tale to musical comedy, from melo-
di ma in pageantry.
The range and number of Frohmnn's production- leave
the present daj managers aghast. Altogether he was re-
.-; nsible lor TlHI -hows on the American and English
b .1(1.- in the golden age of the theatre, hi- plays rank
high in dramatic quality, in careful staging, in artistic
directing, in balanced casting, in scenic effectivene-
\,| yet the) were not always financial surcesM-s He
h.d to write off nasty failure, To Frohman the theatre
-no; -hen,......mto^M^***"** .
seum, A play had to ,il-a,e with hie. and he knew the
in the first order. But for him. it is (,itr nTnh.K
Maude Adams might have wasted her genius in
company playing in humble circuits.
Some of his stars might have reached fa
a stock
public came primarily for enjoyment. He would MM-
E2lavish afortune on a production that to Mat **
,.,, Meritorious without the lure of a prom.s.ng kfldte
His amaiing successes caused enemies or compel tors to
Charge him With enmmercializmy the theatre, yet at no
time did he stoop to the cheap, vulgar, sexy shows that
promised to in- sun fire hits.
Among his triumph- uere such outstanding melo-
drama- as Shenan.loah. The Lion and the Mouse. Madame
X The Thief, Paid in Full. Frohman introduced to the
American public scintillating comedies as The Little
Minister Lady Windermere's Fan, Mesalliance. What Ev-
ery Woman Knows, Are You A Mason. His sense of
pathos ,s attested by such tragedies as lamille. Ins. Sec-
ond Mrs Tanqueray. In David Harum he caught the crack-
er barrel wisdom of the American village philosopher.
II, sensed the fascination of the detective mystery plot
in his unforgettable Sherlock Holmes of 1899. But his
most daring venture was Peter Pan. the fairy tale of ro-
mantic childhood that swept over the land like a prairie
fire.
Hi- starring of E. H. Southern and Julia Marlowe pro-
duced the finest Shakespeare in repertory American
audiences ever saw, Yet he was equally painstaking with
light musical comedies. If a play was a smash hit in New
York, lie sent out as many as five companies to delight
the public throughout the land His stock shows, whether
the Wallbeck Theatre Company, or the Ben Oreit Players.
or Isidore Duncan'- Classical Dances, brought pleasure to
urban an.I rural ISA
Phenomenal was Irohman's penetration into the ca-
pacity, tab nt. appeal, and imagination that went into
acting. It is eas) to appreciate an artist playing a leading
role of a well-conceived drama by a famous writer and
supported with a cast, costumes, and scenery that re-
quired a kinu- ransom. But it is quite another thing to
recognise talent in humble obscurity, doing a minor part
in a tawdry production. A- a -tar maker. Frohman ranks
innate ability. But the name of Charles ^ohm^m* f
be associated with Maude Adams, John Drew BUba r Iw
William Gillette, Julia Sanderson, Otis Skinner Ethel"
Lionel Barrymorc, Marie Tempest. William Farnum \T
Nethersole. William Faversham. Marie Doro, Henry Viii
Pauline Chase, James K. Hackett, Viola Aooen Ku
Hellew. Blanch Bates, Nat Goodwin and many ouVbtT
Some he discovered; to others he gave a chance Fiir"
few. he achieved stardom by staking his entire fortune '
Charles Frohman was a man of many contradiction.
A careful director, he could sacrifice huge sunu on piaw
with doubtful prospects. Avid for success, he fathered
many a failure. The most publicized of producers, he shiei
away from the camersJtjpMi seldom posed for a picture.
In the glare of publicity he preferred living in obscun
retirement. Meticulous in casting a production to tbe
tiniest detail, he transacted his important show business
by word of mouth. (From the most temperamental of start,
he would exact the most arduous work over a period af
years, without a line of written agreement among then,
With meager education, he could coin cryptic phrases
that matched the polished epigrams of his literary as*.
ciates. His business colleagues were astounded at the
friendships he inspired and retained with such eminent
iterati as Sir James M. Barrie, W. Somerset Maugham,
William Gillette. Mark Twain, Sir Arthur W I'inero, Clyde
Fitch. Arthur Henry Jones. Charles Klein. Sir Herbert
Beerbohm Tree, Alfred Sutro, Casino Hamilton, Geralf
DuMaurier, Anthony Hope.
The sedate serenity of England had a strong attractka
for Frohman. He brought American energy, stardon,
economics, and invested the British stage with fresh vigoc
Annually he crossed the Atlantic to renew contact wits
the source of English-speaking drama. On Ma] 1st. 1915,
he boarded the Lusitania, heedless of warnings again*
the hazards of German submarines. Seven days later 1st
boat was torpedoed several miles from the Irish coal
His last words were. "Why fear death? It i- the mo*
beautiful adventure of life.*'
Bulbin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory ol the late Nettie
S. Bulbin. formerly of 518 SW 22nd
Riad, will take place Sunday. Feb.-.
iv 28th, 2 p.m.. at Graceland
modal Park, with Kabbi Joseph
H N'arot, of Temple Israel, offici-
al ig. Mrs. Bulbin is survived by
husband, Henry, and three
-. Fred. Joe and Stanley: also
tl ree grandchildren.
Fellman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
tn the memory of the late Benja
i n Fellman. formerly of 669 NW
27th Street, was held Sunday, leb
ruary 21st at l p.m. on Mt. Neboj
Cemetery with Rev Leon lleini- of-
ficiating. Mr. Fellman is survived
I. hi- wife < lussie; two sons. Irving
oi Long Island and Morton of Mi-
two daughters, Mrs. Goldiel
( hman of Long Island and
Mrs. Sylvia Glass of Ohio, and sev-
en grandchildren. Arrangements
were in charge of Palmer's Miami
nument Company.
Berkowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Berkowitz, formerly of 470 NW
28th Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. February 28th at 2 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Kabbi Moses Mescheloff offi-
ciating. Mr. Berkowitz is survived
by his wife Rose: his mother. Mrs.
Mollie Berkowitz of N. Y.; two
sons. Irving and Jerry of Miami
Beach and two brothers. Joseph
and Phillip of New York. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Rock Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Irving
Rock, formerly of 639 West Av-
al e. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, February 28th at 1 p.m.
at the Miami Beach K. of P. Plot at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Rock is survived by a brother,
Morris, of New York. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Schwartz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abe Sch-
wartz, formerly oi 8380 s\v 2lst
Street, will be held Sunday, Febru-
ary 28th at 1 p.m at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Sch-
wartz is survived l>> hi- parents.
Mr and Mrs Morris Schwartz: two
sisters, Miss Dorothy oi Miami and
Mrs. Sunny Gret-nman of Flush-
ing, i.i.. ny Arrangements are In
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Barn Dance Slated
A barn dance will be given by
the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxil-
iary on Saturday. February 27th.
8:30 p.m.. at the Ifonticello Park
Jewish Center.
There will be a professional call
er to teach and lead the Virginia
Reel and square dances.
Ike Asked to
Explain Emergency
Refugee Act
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Washington Post called on Presi-
dent Eisenhower this week to ex-
pedite administration of the Refu-
gee Relief Act of 1953 by "giving
a sharp prod to the State Depart
ment's administrator of the Bureau
In an editorial entitled, Immi-
gration Hoax, the paper charged
that the refugee relief measure was
a "dismal failure." and the fact
that only four persons had been
admitted under its provision in six
months was a ".shocking disap
pointment."
Attributing the breakdown to
"needlessly formidable'' security
guaranties, the paper advised the
President that "the best of laws
can accomplish little when there
is no will to make it work; when
the administrators are determined
to use it for obstructionist pur-
poses, it can serve no end save mis-
chief."
Although the Refugee Relief Act
of 1953 establishes special condi-
tions for admission of refugees to
the United States, such refugees
will "still have to qualify under
the McCarran Walter Act," accord
tag to Rep. Francis E. Walter, co-
author of the Act.
Mizrachi Women Games Party
Mizrachi Women's Organization
of Miami Beach will have a games
party on Tuesday afternoon. March
2nd. 1 p.m., at the Blaekstone Ho-
tel. Mrs. Alfred Stone will be hos-
tess. The committee of arrange-
ments includes Mrs. Esther Eisen-
stcin. president. Mrs. Pauline Chill,
Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs. Rose Lustig
and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN that
111*- undersigned, denlrlna to engage III
liUfflneM under the fictitious name of
TELE-COLOR STIIHos Or' MIAMI.
at *.'! NW ZSth Btreet, Miami. I"l,.r-
iii.i. intend i" reglater nai.i name with
tin- Clark "f tin- Circuit Court of Hade
' "mint \ 1*1.....h,
TUNY E. l,nPKETI and
KELVIN II Aid.Ell.
pal inarahlp.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERRIIY QIVKN thai
the uiKl<-is.uii.-.i. dextrine '" eiucnne In
ImiMih-.-- unilei the flclltlouK nama of
ARDMORE STI hid. .n 7.:s 4l*t
Street, .Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to t .-a inter aald name with tile Clerk
ol the Circuit Court ol Dnde County,
Florida
ARTHCR DEGCT2
EhTELLE DEOCTH
tJKORfiE .1 TALIANOFT
Attorne) for ivtltlnnrra
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Paintings Exhibited
Drawings and paintings bf
Paula Warsaw are now on exhibi-
tion at the Biltmore Terrace, 8781
Collins Avenue. They may be sea)
from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCU
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOJ
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M
J11.I1S KI'.KKMAN. I'lalntift,
l.l'VINA REEMAN, Iiefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.CVINA FREEMAN,
Kenlilem-e Unknown
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of Complaint for Dlvon !""
iKiilnxt you, and you are re-iuii-eni
l ;, COO) of voui > n*' "
in, lo the Bill of .vmiiUiint o idalntirr-M Attorney, BK.N Wwgi.
SeyboM Building/, Miami. Ot.rlda.isl
Me the original Anmer or "'*
In the Office Of the lerk of the OF
.-uit Court on or befor. !>; ?
of March, IS5. n ''"
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arralnat you for n..... *' denunsei
the Bill ol Complaint. ui.L I
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PAGE 9 A
Jubilee Means Care, Hope for Barbara
Green; Hospital Aid is Given Generously
Jubilee means a great deal mnn *------- _... ... '
a great deal more hundred
than just an evenings entertain-
ment to Mr. and Mrs. Jack (freen
of 1540 SW 22nd Terrace, Miami!
For, because of Mount Siriai Hos-
pital's annual benefit show, their
daughter, Barbara, has received the
best of hospital care for over two-
Max Or a* in
Mount Sinai Jubilee
Slated for Beach
Auditorium
Continued from Pag* 1 A
inoounred jointly.
In an attempt to have as many
top names in the entertainment
world nn hand as can attend, Sid
Franklin. Jubilee's producer, has
been in direct contact with such
star- ;i- Eddie Cantor, Sid Caesar.
Milton Berle, Tony Bennett, Tony
Martin, Julius LaRosa and many
others.
"It seems so little a thing for us
of the community to back up the
performers, the office volunteers
and the many others devoting their
time and energies for this great
cause, with our dollars," Orovitz
said. "Greater Miaoiians have ral-
lied to this cause in the past, and I
feel confident that this year they
will exceed all previous support."
leonora* kVien
Malenkov Blamed
For Jewish Charges
NEWYORK (JTA) Moscow has
apparently confirmed foreign sus-
picions that the false charges
against a group of doctors and "in-
ternational Jewish organizations"
of a plot to kill Soviet leaders were
the work of Premier Georgi M.
Malenkov and his faction in the
Communist Party high command,
the New York Times reported this
week.
The paper said that the Febru-
ary Kith iue of Izvcstia, Soviet
Government newspaper, had iden-
tified Semyon D. Ignatiev as the
fir>t secretary of the Communist
rty in the Bashkir Autonomous
Republic. a key oil-producing area
of the Urals.
Mr. Ignatiev was removed from
"is post last week as secretary of
'ne Communist Party's Central
Committee after Pravda had charg-
ed him with "political blfndness."
He had served as Minister of State
Security when the charges against
'he doclors were originally pub-
"*l in January, 1953. Nothing
ad bwn "card about Mr. lnat-
"j* fate until the announcement
elevation to the provincial
f-'oDim
Party post.
AJC Sees Concern
For New Red Policy
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee this week ex-
pressed "deep concern" that Soviet)
Russia may intensify its anti-Semi-
tic campaign now that there is a
consolidation of power by the Red
leaders, including Premier Georgi
Malenkov. who organized the major
anti-Jewish drive in the last months
of the Stalin regime.
Irving M. Engel, president of A
JC. said that the "rehabilitation of
Semyon D. Ignatiev and his return
to a party position of power,"
raises ther possibility, that "anti-
Semitism may continue as the offi-
cial policy of the Soviet Govern-
ment. Ignatiev Is now first secre-
tary of the Communist Party of the
Bashir Autonomous Republic in
the USSR.
"Ignatiev was the Minister of
State Security in Moscow when the
false accusations against the Jew-
ish doctors in Moscow were con-
trived as part of the Kremlin's
anti-Semitic policy," Engel re-
called. "These charges marked the
beginning of Soviet Russia's ac-
celerated campaign of anti-Semi-
tism, which resulted in the arrest,
imprisonment and death of thou-
sands of Jews in Russia and the
satellite countries."
The American Jewish Committee
warned in December, 1953. that
anti-Semitism was now the official
Russian policy.
days, and Mount Sinai
has assumed the brunt of the costs.
Little Barbara, who is 5 years
old, is troubled by a maladv which
can not be cured in any designated
time, but must be outgrown She
has polyps of the larynx, which halt
the natural flow of air from her
lungs-to the mouth and nose. This
I necessitated inserting into her
throat a tube which extends out
| through her neck and through
which she can breathe without any
, hindrance.
Having had this tube since she
| was a two year old infant, Barbara
, is, by now. well-adjusted to every-
, day activities in spite of this handi-
cap. The only sport in which she
cannot join her playmates is swim-
ming. She talks and sings in a voice
barely above a whisper by putting
her hand over the mouth of the
tube.
The Greens, who have since had
another child, 11-month-old Mary-
lyn, first brought Barbara to Mount
Sinai in February, 1950. She was a
patient there tore 136 days, during
which time she had to have three
operations and innumerable treat-
ments. Since that time, Barbara
has had to enter the hospital for
three or four days periodically for
observation and treatment.
According to Mrs. Green, if she
and her husband had to assume the
costs of this hospitalization, they
would still be paying on the initial
bill, and it might be years until
they were free of their debts to the
doctors and the hospital.
"Without Mount Sinai's help. I
could never have managed," said
Mrs. Green, "and I know' I speak
for everyone who has been so
helped when I issue my thanks to
those who have made Jubilee such
a successful affair by their gener-
ous contributions."
This year's Jubilee, Mount
Sinai's only fund raising appeal,
will be held March 4th at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
Barbara pushes little Marylyn's perambulator. Barbara's
health depends upon Mount Sinai's skill and generosity.
Former Business Leaders Become Office
Boys to Assure Success of Annual Jubilee
Land on ami Colin
Western Union's messenger boys
had been told to look to their laur-
els, because two retired Miami
Beach gentlemen have set up a
messenger business of their own
and are doing plenty of business.
The two men. both in their six-
ties, Sol London and Philip V.
Conn, are doing this messenger
service as their contribution to
Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth an-
nual Jubileei
London and Conn, after years of
hard work in their respective bus-
inesses, came to the sunny climes
of Florida to enjoy the full fruit of
retirement. However, it's not so
simple a matter for two such go-
getters just to sit back and relax.
Hence, they up and volunteered to
do their part to make this year's
Jubilee, which will be held March
4th at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, an overwhelming success.
And they have done more than
their part, for they have been on
hand every day to deliver tickets,
pick up money and help with the
office chores. It is quite a come-
down for a former owner of a
metal firm and a sales manager of
a large manufacturing company to
fulfill the duties of office boys, but
as they put it "that's where we
started, and we've made successes
of our businesses. Maybe we can
help towards making Jubilee such
a success."
Leonard Wien, Jubilee chairr.an,
said of them, "Jubilee's success
this year can be attributed, to a
great extent, to the efforts of these
two men, who have so willingly-
contributed their time and effort
for our worthwhile cause. I know
that if this year's Jubilee is as suc-
cessful financially and socially as it
has been in the previous three
years of its existence, London and
Cohn can take a pat on the back
for adding greatly toward this
end."
London, formerly of New York
City, now resides at 7327 Dickens
Avenue, while Cohn lives at 7300
Byron Avenue, after having been
a resident of Jersey City, New Jer-
vOOUST BROS R,
n
Stamp Collection Shown
The University of Miami Chapter
of IZFA will meet at the student
lounge of the University on Sun-
day, February 28th. at 8 p.m. Stan-
ley Saal and Ronnie Hyman will
present to the group an Israeli
stamp collection.
f
Yiddish-American
VAUDEVILLE

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SUNDAY Hint THURSDAY, FEB. 28 Mar. 4
ON STAG* IN PERSON
Irving GROSSMAN
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Mnctatf by Law Scbacbttr Irvmf Piatrack ami Orch.
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THANKS!
Thank* to the f ## CJA Workers who
attended the General Mobilization last
week at the Hi MAdo Hotel and helped make
it suvh a ttneeeas .
SORRY t

We regret any ineonvenienee roused the
many hnndredm turned away heeause of
the nnnreeedented turnout.
Auron M. Kanner.
General Chairman
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1954

Mrs. Appel to Head
Scholarship Affair
This year's scholarship luncheon,
an annual function of the Hebrew
Academy Women, will be headed
by Mrs. Benjamin Appel, past pres-
ident of the Women's Auxiliary of
the Home for the Aged and a Board
member of the Hebrew Academy
Women.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, presi-
dent of the group, simultaneously
announced the appointment of Mrs.
Samuel Ritter as co-chairman of
the luncheon scheduled for March
3rd, 1:30 p.m., at Hotel Good.
According to Mrs. Appel. pro-
ceeds of the luncheon will go to-
ward the scholarship fund main-
tained by the Academy Women,
which benefits a majority of the
250 student body receiving partial
or complete scholarships.
Theme of the afternoon's pro-
gram will be Et Livnot-Time To
Build in conjunction with the pres-
ent expansion program recently
initiated by Academy officials.
Included in the program will be
a dramatic narration and musical
selections by the Academy chorus,
under the direction of Miriam Don
nerstag.
An added feature of the event
will be the Miami Gypsy Trio, con-
sisting of Madam Olga Bibor Stern,
pianist. Mr. Charles Magda. cellist,
and Elemer Horosonyi. violinist.
All those present at the lunch
eon, Mrs. Appel revealed, will be
honored on a Golden Page in a
special section of the forthcoming
Pictorial Journal and Year Book.
Local Dentists Aid School in Israel;
Collect $10,000 at Seminar Here
Greater MUmi Chapter of Alpha, ."An initial class of 15 students
Omega Fraternity held a seminar j was ,,nr']ed in a temporary build-
on oral surt;'.-rv last week in the, ing Jast November," he said. 'The
McAllister Hotel. Moderator was scnool wj|| he patterned upon
American standards of dental edu-
Shneur to be Discussed
I. J. Schwartz, prominent Hebrew)
and Yiddish poet, will present th.
.second in a series lecture* 0J
Wednesday evening. March 3rd 9
p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish'
Center. Schwartz will discuss Zal
man Shneur, his life and writings"
Dr Harry M. Seldln, chief of den-
t;i| service in the New York City
hospital system, vice president of 1
the American Society of Oral Sur-,
geons end diplomats of the Amer-
ican Board of Oral Surgery.
The seminar was held in the in-
teresl "i the School Of Dentistry at
(he Hebrew lniviT-.it>. Jerusalem.
brat 1
Preceding the program. Dr, Irv-
Living Book Series I
To Open Monday
The Living Book, a series of four
lecture-discussions on Jewish his-
tory, culture and religion, will be
opened on Monday night at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center with
a talk on the shaping of American
Judaism.
Dr. Moshe Davis, one of the fore-
most authorities on the history' of
Jews in America, will be the initial
speaker in the series being present-
ed by the Center in cooperation
with the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. spiritual leader of the
Center, is serving as director of
The Living Book.
Provost of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary, Dr. Davis is holder
of a distinguished record as a lead-
er in the cultural and educational
activities of the American Jewish
community.
His works include Jewish Reli-
gious Life and Institutions in Am-
erica and The Shaping Of Amer-
ican Judaism. The latter book re-
ceived the Louis La Med Award tor
an outstanding contribution to He-
brew literature.
Dr. Davis served as editor of the
Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Vol-
umes, published by the Seminary
in 1953, and is a regular contribu-
tor to scholarly publications.
He is a co-director of the Amer-
ican Jewish History Center, a re-
search institute recently establish-
ed at the Seminary with Dr. Allan
Nevins, Professor of American His-
tory at Columbia University, as
director.
Miami, Beach Sections
Of Council Plan Forums
Two programs have been plan-,
ned for the March 3rd meetings of |
the Miami and Miami Beach Divi-1
sions of the Greater Miami Section. |
National Council of Jewish Women.
Miami Division will meet at 1
Koubek Hall, 2705 SW 3rd Street,
at 1:15 p.m Mrs. David Kirsh. pro- j
gram chairman, has announced the
presentation of a forum. Mrs. Gal-1
up's Poll, whose speakers will be
the Florida candidates for the
I'lutcil States House of Representa-,
lives.
Candidates Dante Fascell. Robert
Givens. Jr.. Frederick B. Routh, 1
Charles Vocelle and Frances O. |
Warriner will present their plat-
forms to the group.
Newspaper columnist Bill Baggs
will act as moderator. Mrs. Arthur
Reid. social legislation chairman
for the Miami Division, is general
chairman of the meeting.
The Miami Beach Division will
meet at 1:30 p m. at the Monte Car-
lo Hotel. Mrs. David Catsman,
chairman of the meeting, will pre-
sent a panel discussion on The
Aged In Our Homes And Commu-
nity.
Speakers will be Miss Barbara
! Jack, assistant director of the Wel-
fare Planning Council. Maurice
Pearlstein. executive director of
the Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Albert Comanor, executive director
of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau. There will be an open forum
following the panel discussion.
cation and is non-sectarian."
the sum of $10,000 was raised
here at the McAllister seminar.
Those contributing were Doctors
Melvin Becker. Sidney Rachlin,
Stanley Eder. Riley Morris. Jack
Beck with. Doran /inner. Sol Ross,
George Graham. Henry Green. Jo-
seph Lyttin. Murray Zinner, Clem
Geronemus, Al Geronemus. How-
ing (ioldstein. of Atlanta. Georgia. aru Wellins. Harold Friedman,
made the appeal for funds after a Daniel Hagen. Charles Alenier,
verbal picture ol the situation in Howard Rosen. David Lovcman,
the Jewish State was presented by Sam Zalmanoff. Alfred Augustine,
Dr. Hairy Seldin Dr. George A. 1 gob Litowitr. Irving Gordon and
Graham, president of the local (Alan Jackson. _____
Alpha Omega Chapter, has been I
named Greater Miami chairman for
the three-year National Commit-
tee to raise $300,000 here toward
(he establishment of an Israeli den-1
tal school at the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Israel now has no source for
new dentists." Dr. Graham told the
gathering. "Average age of the
state's dentists now practicing is
54. and in a very few years, many
of them will be no longer be serv-
ing actively. In addition, many of
these practitioners have been iso-
lated from contact with progress in
the field," he explained.
According to Alpha Omega
spokesman, the new dental school
will perform two important func-
tionstrain young dentists and
provide practicing' dentists with
access to the latest scientific in-
formation.
Dr. Albert Einstein, honorary
president of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, congra-
tulated the fraternity for making
the leadership in this vital proj-
ect.
Dr. Graham said that the project
is a logical extension of the effort
of Americans to improve the health
of Israel. Well before the establish-
ment of the school, he said. Alpha
Omego sent outstanding dental
educators at their own expense to
Israel to instruct students there.
his singing
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 1 LA
TIPPLE BETH SHO4.0M will
i hnld Fritlav evening services at
s 15 P m with Rabbi Leon Kronish
!f,iritinfi n S Jew ,Vnd His Neighbors.
The service will be dedicated to
Brotherhood Sabbath. Saturday
Lorninu sen ices are at 10:45 a.m..
Uhcn Frederic Goldin, son of Mr.
Iind Mrs Janus Goldin. and Arthur
0w sun of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Low,
becopje Bar Mitzvah. Cantor
imuel Kelerher, will render the
fusicat portions of the liturgy.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
old Friday evening services at
J:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
land Cantor Maurice Mamches offi-
IciatinR. The choir will assist, wi-
lder the direction of Miriam Donv
Imerstag Guest speaker will be D:
Sterling W. Brown, general dA>
of the National ConfeVenoV of
Christians and Jews. His talk is
cheduled as: Brotherhood, Good
ense. Good Americanism And Re-
ligion. He will be introduced by Dr.
Jjacob Cunningham, director of the
fcoutheast Region of NCCJ. Floral
offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs.
;iix Hinkes. Saturday morning
bervices are at 9 a.m., when Hart-
Tjey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
lOstrofsky. will become Bar Mitz-
lah. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
tind 6 p.m.
*
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ces at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Fed-
eration Sabbath. Kabbi Morris Skop
nil officiate and discuss: Why Did
Moses Say Enough.* Dr. Benjamin
Rosenberg, (neater Miami Jewish
edention executive director, and
\aron Kanner, general campaign
bhairman. will be among honored
luests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker,
,1 3415 SW 17th Street will be
loste at the Oneg Sabbath follow-
fig. in honor of their 30th anni-
ersary. Saturday morning services
at 10 am Kiddush will follow.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
fcold Friday evening services at
.45 p.m Saturday moating sarv
Ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
fhraaryahu Swirsky will officiate
nd, discuss: How Xo Serve
\f A clMfcifti Talrou
uled for 4:30 p.*hY.,~& we
Tuesday and Thursday. Mi:
" be at 5:30 p.m., followed by
i Seudos. when the Rabbi will
cuss the Portion of the Zohar.
r L Katz will render the
portions of the liturgy.
services are in Academy
all at 10 a.m.
mate
I
I MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
I0NGREGATION will hold Friday
ping services at 8:15 p.m. Jun-
congregation will conduct serv-
s. Participating will be Richard
n*. Jr., Norman Classman and
j?1* Kreutzer, who will speak.
jwlay morning services are at
am. Rabbi Simon April will
"ss: Dont Be A Stranger. Can-
rele Kelemer will render the
Mfctl portions of the liturgy.
m services are at 7:30 a.m. and
M p.n.
TIPERiTH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will, hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., hon-
oring Brotherhood Week. Rabbi
Louis Cassel will ffitatc-and dis-
cuss: What Christianity Owes To
JudaismWhat Judaism Owes To
Christianity. Cantor Albert Glantz
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Marshall Glantz
and Barry Kutun, pupils of the Re-
ligious School, will represent the
youth of the congregation.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m.. conducted by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. The Center
Choir and Steven Fogel will as-
sist. Subject of the Rabbi's ser-
mon is: A Sabbath Gathering. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Tinkler. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Steven, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fogel, will be
come Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will fol-
low under the spwKPrebip of the
Fogels. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., fol
lowed by Maariv*.
H**
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mos-
es Mescheloff officiating. Guest
Speaker will be Rabbi Louis J.
Lehrfield, president of the Chicago
Rabbinical Council. Subject of his
talk is: Looking Ahead. Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will diaeoat:
Building And Building. Junior serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., under the direc-
tion of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kid-
dush will follow, served by the Sis-
terhood, with Mrs. Abraham Berg-
man and Mr- Aaron Weingarten as
hostesses. Mincha is at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos, when the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Daily services are at 8 and 8
a in and at 6 and 6:30 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
honoring Brotherhood Week. Mem-
bers of the Miami Junior Chamber
Of Commerce will be.guests At th
service. Dr. Joseph kan^will offi
qtate and "rn*^j Bjlilh" Jaco
Barnstein will rVndaf'TjeV'ttiusic
portions of the liturgy. A reception
will follow. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 11 a.m., when Philip
Bauer Bergson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney S, Bergson, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
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SttaST" "* *W 8ld *ve-
B.V 1E|-'!r ,s"naryhu 8wlr*kv. Or-
*..*."' f*9 W 17"' Avc'. Miami.
V,hJ,.COb~.l{i,bbl M" Mescheloff
niih cKi' ""af11 wh- *.ve., MB
kv VStV i ""l,M- '""''"' "Mtor.
sk> Orthodox, MS Kuelld Ave Ml-
ami Beach,
Cr"l,Qtbl"rI,Ubb! Mo'rl. Skop. Lib-
Downtown Synagogue luhlil Arvah
Mi'.mi''' '""H"1'"'' ""' NW :;"' AvSJ.
FlagHr.QranadaH.verond I..,, H. In.
ConxervaUv.-, 0(1 NW Ua( PUo,
Miami. '
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Uroaa. Orthodox, 91S 6th St.. M.B
Miaieah-Miami Springs Rabbi Harrv
Kttlncer, ronorviiti>. ;i.,| E 4th
Ave, Flliilnah.
Israelite Center Ra|.|,| Morton
Mulavsky, Conservative, 3198 SW
2tth T.-r., Miami.
Knsaath IsraelRabbi Abraham Cae-
eel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving l\*hrman.
Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.H.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRsibbl Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Monticello Park Rnbbl Boils Rack-
ovaky. Conservative. l4th Street
and .\E 11th Avenue, North Miami
Itearh.
North Oade Conservative. H630 W
Dixie Highway. North Miami.
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabhl Mayer Abramo-
witi, Conservative. 20 75th St.,
Mlml Reach.
Temple IsraelDr. Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami.
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community
Center ol Hollywood, Rabbi David
Shapiro. Conservative, 2O30 I'olk St.,
Hollywood.
Tlfereth larael Rjir.bl Louis Cassel,
6.'.0 N. Miami Ave Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, i,20 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Ave.. Miami Reach.
Zamora Rabbi Max M. I.andman,
Conservative, 44 Zamora, Ave., Corai
Gables.
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I
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45
p.m., with late services scheduled
for 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malav-
sky will officiate and preach on the
topic: Brotherhood In Action. Can-
tor Samuel Salkow will render the
liturgy portions. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs Meyer Simon in ob-
servance of their 25th wedding an-
niversary. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Junior services
are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at
8:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim offi-
ciating and discussing: The Sab-
bath As An Educational Tool. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Siegel will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following,-in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 9 a.m. when Rev.
Heim will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion of the Law and chant the litur-
gy. Ira, son Qf Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Gveenwald, will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Kiddush will follow. Daily
servicfes iri'the'chapelat ttfO'a.ih; "!
irtfri'-i ;.rr^ .1^ t 'm- o,-ir'i'
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.-,
with Cantor Abraham Seif officiat-
ing. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are in the chapel at
8 a.m. and 0:15 p.m.
-'
MONTICELLO PARK will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Boris' Rackovsky offi-
ciating, Loiiis Heiman, Miami attijr-
ney, will be guest-speaker at the
Oneg Shabbat following. He is co-
chairman of the Florida office, Na-
tional Conference of Ch/istiaaeVand
Jews and will carry out the tfis)inc
of Brotherhood Week in his Mlk
Saturday morning services are' at
9 a.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Rabbi Alexander Gross
will deliver the sermon on: Fash-
ioning The Cheruvim Of Today. A
class in Cbumash and Rashi will be
held by H. Goldstein at 4:30 p.m.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Max M. Landman offici-
ating. Topic of the Rabbi's sermon
will be: George Washington And
Chaim Solomon. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow, sponsored' by Mrs.
Abraham Feinberg in celebration
of her birthdav. Early evening serv-
ices will be held at 5:'20 p.m., be
conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill.
Saturday services will begin at 9
a.m. Junior congregation will hold
services at 11 a.m., in the Maloff
Room. Services are held at 9 a.m.
Sundays and at 7 a.m. weekdays.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Et-
tinger officiating. Theme of tha
service is scheduled as: Brother-
hood Of Mankind. Guest speakers
will be Rev. Allen E. Ba'rtlett. of
the Miami Springs Methodist
Church, and Miss Marjorie plum-
mer, principal of the Springview
Elementary School. Cantor Ben
Grossberg will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Mrs. Nate Becker and Mrs.
William Kaeapler."
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Henry Okolica officiating and
preaching on the topic: With All
Thy Might. Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy, with the choir assisting
under the direction of Lucille
Moore. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when'Irving Betrock,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Be-
trock, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Daily services are at 6:30 p.m.
*
TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 pm. Dr. Alexander Brin will
be guest speaker and discuss: My
Visits With Jews In Every Corner
Of The World. Marshall Baron will
assist Rabbi David Shapiro and
Cantor Joseph W. Malek. The Tem-
ple Choir will be under the direc-
tion of Rev. Mordechai Haalman.
The Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Baron. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Marshall Baron
will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Daily services are at 9
a.m.
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jflAML FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1954
SEC. B
itate Department Spotlights
US-Sponsored Jordan Han
By HAROLD EIDLIN
JnW) Talagraphk Agency
WASHINGTON The State De-
Ipartment has turned the spotlight
|of publicity on the US-sponsored
Ijordan River Valley Development
|project.
By way of an advance build-up
(for next month's impending visit
Ho the Middle East by Eric John-
Iston. President Eisenhower's per-
Isonal envoy, for a second round of
llalks with government leaders of
llsrael. Syria. Jordan and Lebanon,
[the department has just reprinted
[in booklet form Mr. Johnston's re-
port on his original mission last
I October.
Although it denies any "partic-
lular significance" to the reprint-
ling of the Johnston report, which
I was published originally last De-
le-ember in the weekly State De-
partment Bulletin, the added em-
phasis now given to the highly lit-
I erate piece is bound to have an im-
1 pact on thinking both at borne and
abroad. Aside from the official ex-
planation that the report was se-
lected for reprinting, as are other
[articles that appear from time to
[time in the Bulletin, because it is
[timely, interesting and impor-
tant." its appearance at this time
(coincides with Johnston's proposed
l.-econd visit to the Middle East,
[tentatively scheduled for mid-
I.March.
For one thing, the report can
Inow be read by countless numbers
[of persons including officials in
our own State Department, mem-
IbefsWthp Its foreign service and
[members of ( (ingress whose atten-
tion may not have been attracted
[to it when it appeared in the Bulle-
tin. That list also includes mem-
|ber< of hundreds of local and na-
tional organizations interested in
evelopments in the Middle East,
pecial reprints of this type go to
selected mailing list, a spokes-
nan for the State Department's
)ivision of Publication! explained.
The report itself is an appeal for
fhe adoption of the Jordan Valley
project Its principal argument is
Itnat the program -holds out real
promise to all parties concerned."
|To the Arabs "it offers a way to
|mwt their peoples' growing de-
Imands for progress and a better
?afartLHirsch-oithe Royal
{Sin I6S f ,OCal f-
j ^^J government, as weU
leader, u PhUanropic
l">*i?T' ioined *
"> a driI. ga,e ,a wek
I S2aJ> COlleCl Umd **
life." And to the Israelis it "fur-
thers the possibilities to forge
ahead with ambitions and urgent
plans to wrest every possible bene-
fit from the meager resources on
which Israel must depend."
That latter reference is so much
window-dressing. Israel's leaders,
of course, have expressed a desire
to go forward with the project. The
major stumbling block to accep-
tance is Arab opposition.
Remarks such as was carried in
a recent Cairo radio broadcast ad-
vising Mr. Johnston "to remain in
his country- and spare himself the
trouble of the trip," do not bode
well for the Johnston mission. As
to that, the President's special en
voy speaks m his report of a "real-
istic hope" that he can gain ac-
ceptance of his proposal, despite
the fact that a state of war still ex-
ists between Israel and the Arab
countries, provided both sides ac-
cept the principle of a United Na-
tions-administered project.
Realist or not, Johnston just re-
cently re-emphasized his confi-
dence that his proposal would
eventually gain acceptance.
One more thing the Johnston re-
port tries to do is "to correct a
general impression" that he went
to the Middle East last year with
a "plan." What I had in my brief-
case was a proposal," he says.
And that is the difference, he
thinks. Instead of a rigid plan
which demanded a "yes" or "no,"
he presented both sides with a
"concept, a concept which envision-
ed coordinated development of the
Jordan River watershed."
Just last week a spokesman for
Mr. Johnston reported that his
"concept" was still under study.
MRS. JEWISH WAR VETERAN of 1954 for South Florida is
Mrs. Buddy Logue, of 500 SW 69th Avenue. Contestants from
eight JWV posts competed fee the title in finals at the West
Miami Jewish Center. Serving as judges were Coast Guafds-
men (left to right) William Drevant, of Chicago, and Walter
Smith, of Miami.
Global Chess Champions Number Eight Jews
By SAM MILLER
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
FRANKFURT Of the 15 top-
level chess players who partici-
pated in the recent international
tournament chess matches at Zur-
ich, Switzerland, eight were Jews,
the JTA here was told in an inter-
view with Miguel Najdorf, consid-
ered the world's top master in the
disconcertingly difficult and ex-
acting specialities of blindfold
chess and of simultaneous chess.
In addition to himself, repre-
senting Argentina. ; lie listed as
Jews Samuel Reshevsky (USA),
Laszlo Siabo (Hungary), David
Bronstein and Efim (Idler and
Isuac Boleslavskij (USSR). Two
other Soviet players. Yurii Aver-
bach and the pianist Marc Tai-
manov, he described as half Jews,
adding that the latter's wife is also
Jewish. Tournament winner Vas-
sily Symslov is a Great Russian,
however. Next spring. Najdorf re-
vealed, Smyslov will fight it out
in Moscow for the next world
championship with the current
Jewish world champion, Mikhail
Botvinnik.
The Jewish visitors from behind
the Iron Curtain all belonged to
the post-revolutionary generation
and are so strongly assimilated to
Soviet life-that they seem to know
little about Judaism, Najdorf re-
lated. With relish he set fqrth the
initial bafflement of the Jewish
chess experts from Russia when
Sam Reshevsky declared that re-
ligious scruples would not allow
him to play on the Sabbath. None-
theless, they willingly enough re
arranged the schedule, so that
America's sole delegate could leave
the tournament room an hour be
fore sundown on Friday to adjourn
to the city's Orthodox synagogue.
Resheveky. a Chassid, who was
born in a small Polish town but
cam" to the United States as a
youngster, never returned to the I
room until an hour after sunset on
Saturday. The Rabbinjcal authori-
ties do not prohibit a game of chess
on Sabbath as long as it is a battle
of wits indulged in for fun, he ex-
plained, but a different interpreta-
tion of religious law applies to him
because chess playing is his profes-
sion. Moreover, he pointed out,
tournaments entail the noting
down of moves and results, thus
leading to a violation of the ban
on writing.
Before 1939. Najdorf was known
not as Miguel but as Moshe Mendel.
From Warsaw, where he then
lived, he traveled to Buenos. Aires
to take part in a chess tournament.
When the Germany Army overran
Poland, he remained in South
America. Although Nazi Governor
General Frank had at one point
given special assurances to his
wife, she perished in the Nazi mur-
der mills, together with his daugh-
ter, his four brothers and all other
relatives.
Since 1947, Najdorf has been
recognized as the world's foremost
expert in the flabbergasting men-
tal acrobatics known as blindfold
chess, which is played without the
challenger's making notes or look-
ing at the boards. In Sao Paulo.
Najdorf took on 45 opponents at
once and beat 39 of them. In two
games, he was bested and four
ended in a draw. In 1950, he per-
formed the almost incredible feat
of carrying on 250 matches at one
and the same time to become the
world's top player in the field of
simultaneous chess.
After the war, Najdorf remarried
in Buenos Aires, and he proudly
shows off the pictures of his two
small daughters. Mirta and Lilians
Beatrix. On his way back to South
America, he stopped over in Frank-
furt to visit an old Warsaw school-
mate and concentration camp sur-
vivor, Abraham Joskowicz. who has
settled down in the German city as
a jeweller. When Mrs. Moskowicz
wants to have some fun with her
guest and can persuade him to
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FRIDAY, FEBRUWI
Cantor Kusevitsky Attributes Popularity
Of Jewish Music to State of Israel
Jewish music is fast reaching a said. "Its true that people are in-
populerity and respect it never trigucd.' But mostly, they are j
before attained, and most respon
sible for its new surge is the State
of Israel, famed Cantor Moshe Ku-
sevitsky declared here last week.
Cantor Kusevitsky arrived in the
area to give a concert last Wed
timely moved to appreciate the in-
terpretation and universal meaning
of prayers."
SciOB of a family whose Euro
pc:ij^tors havj^Jte** di.-
guisn
furies. Cantor Ku-
ilAkr1"' *
cfchu_-
Beach Jewish Center. His perform-1 has three brothers, also cantor
ance was sponsored by the Sister-' Two months ago, in December, a
hood for the Centers Religious '. four gathered to give a concert that
School I jammed Carnegie Hall and accom-
Staying at the Hotel Good. Mi-i modated **"* ^*
ami Beach. Cantor Kusevitsky said, hundred on the stage. Seats sold as
Although our music is 2.000 years j high as $100
old with liturgical chants that are
famous, not until now have we
reached the hearts of music-lovers
of all creeds. I remember a Man-
chester Guardian critic who ex-
pressed it for everyone when he
wrote, following a concert of mine
he attended. I didn't understand a
single word, but the meaning of
the music was unmi.-takable.' "
Confirming that "audiences of
all religions now flock to hear our
music," Cantor Kusevitsky credits
the State of Israel for bringing "a
The brothers are Jacob, from
Winnipeg, Canada: Simcha. from
Capetown. South Africa; and
David, in Brooklyn. Moshe Kusevit
sky is cantor at Brooklyn's Temple
Beth El. He still bears the noble
title of Warsaw Cantor, the title
won in his youth when he was
selected from 200 aspirants to suc-
ceed Warsaw's venerable Strata,
Accompanying him on his Miami
Beach visit is his personal repre-
sentative. Nyoma Waldman. Both
men flew here straight from Indi-I
Rehearsing for the Children's Pageant to be presented by the Religious School of the ..
Beach Jewish Center on Sunday morning, March 14th, are (left to right) Dorothy Bauatn]
Susan Talianoff, Harvey Shapiro and Alan Borenstein. The pageant will be in the ion,^
a cantata entitled, What Is Torah, directed by Joseph Schreibman, Center music direclCM
Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics instructor.
new respect" that Jewish music has anapolis where Cantor Kusevitsky
sever before commanded. Nor is
this an offshoot of curiosity, he
Senator Smathers
Resumes Programs
Senator George Smathers is re
suming hi- weekl) radio reports to
the people of Florida with a broad-
cast of one of his press confer-
ences on national affairs,
The Smathers' program will be
heard in tin- area over station
VVIOD, Friday evenings at 10:30
p.m.
The Florida senator, in his pro-
gram transcribed on Capitol Hill
lor broadcast here, is expected to
answer questions of reporters re-
garding current issues before the
Coqgress.
attracted a capacity audience for
the Jewish National Fund with
Mendel Fisher.
Also with them is Cantor Kuse-
vitsky's piano accompanist. Jack
Bants, At the Hotel Good, they are
being entertained by longtime
friends Isador Saltz. and Salt/ sons
Morris and Sidney, originally from
Mrs. Chernott 10
Represent Belle Aire
Mrs Ernest Chernoff. a resident
of Miami for a number of years, has
Hadassah Omitted Through Oversight
i
Through an oversight, the name
of Hadassah organization was omit-
ted from the full page advertise-
ment in last week's Jewish Flor-
batfl appointed to represent Camp id'*" listing organizations affiliat-
1 ed with the Greater Miami Jewish
m
Belle Aire. Sparta. Tennessee,
the greater Miami area.
lira, Chernoff has been affili-
ated with many organizations.
among, them Hadassah, Mizrachi.
Federation.
Carl Weinkle, Federation presi-
dent, has expressed the apprecia-
tion of Federation to Mrs. Samuel
Z. Sakrais. president of Greater
Mount Freedom. New Jersey, B'nai B nth. Beth David Sisterhood Mjanij Hadassahi for thejr continu-
here Cantor Kusevitsky sang his and ITA. ed bUpp0rl 0f the Combined Jew-
li!-l American Passover services i She is a past Sunday School () Appoa,
Frankly 'enchanting" to him teacher and was^a member of the W(ljnkk, ported out that Hadas-
u his Beach Center audience
which was conspicuously grouped
with numbers of devotees who.
currently vacationing here, have
previously welcomed him to their
home cities in this country and
Canada.
staff at Camp Blue Star for two
years, "1 am very proud and happy
to be connected with a camp
of
sah has been a member *>* Federa-
tion since its inception arid
The advertisement inchuieiMb;
names of 36 leading organii
affiliated with Federation
their membership to enr<*
workers in behalf of tbftj
and to contribute gi .< rouuj i
drive.
A.r Tl.tod a,WH>'S Pla-V*d a maJr r'* '" lhC
the caliber of Belle Aire. stated l
Mrs. Chernoff. "The very positive annual ******
Jewish program, plus the wide
Uvrrvll Lists
Plattorm Planks
W. C. "Clftf Herrell. seeking
the vacated seat of State Represen-'
tative. Group No. 3. announced his
five-point platform this week to a
group of 30 civic leaders compris-
ing his Steering
'ommittee at the
list of a series;
>f weekly meet-
ngs to map cam-
>aign strategy.
F i e d C. Da-
ant, local attor-
ley and manager
^^^^^jitpiducrd the
Jk I fe a n d idate who
^j I tressed
1 lowing p o i nts:
HtrrH repeal of Bill 998
which prohibits the expansion of
municipalities: more home rule for added
Exposition Sot at
IN ii nor Koy lloro
Greater Miami's rapid industrial
growth, long obscured by the flash-!
ier and more obvious tourist traf-
fic, will be stressed March 5th to
14th when the fifth annual Greater'
Miami Industrial Exposition will be
held at Dinner Key Auditorium, ac-
cording to H. H. Hyman. general
chairman.
"Our expansion in the fabrica-
tion of furniture, aluminum prod-
ucts, concrete and tile, ceramics,
chemicals, glass, rubber, food and
myriad other items is truly pheno-
menal." Hyman explained.
"Six years ago. the dollar value
of goods produced here was only
S45.000.000. from 534 plants" em-
ploying 9.250 persons.
"Studios now show that Miami
is the light industry manufacturing
center of the State, well ahead of
Tampa and Jacksonville," Hyman
municipalities throughout the
State: to work for a State tax
equalization c o m m is sion: an
amendment to the Child Molester
Law requiring compulsory referral
of all apprehended child molesters
to a State or County authority for
psychiatric examination, and if
necessary, treatment: and a fair
n'apportionment of representation
for the more populous Counties at
Tallahassee.
Others named to serve on the
Committee include Adm. Chas. D.
The exposition is the annual
showcase, where upward of 200 of
the current 1.300 manufacturers
are expected to display their prod-
ucts to an anticipated attendance
of 400.000. including a number of
northern buyers.
Society Meetings Friday
There will be a general member-
ship meeting of the Dyamic Psycho-
logical Society of Greater Miami on
Friday evening. February' 19th. at
Leffler, Roy O'Nan. Mel Frumkes ,he nome of Mr and Mrs. Sid Et-
W. Keith Phillips. Jr., Michael, tin8er- 3261 s 18th str<*'
Crimi, George Schulz and Mrs. Win-! ,. -
ston Gardner.
The Advisory Committee in-
cludes Sheriff Tom Kelly, Joseph
H. Adams, the Reverends R. E.
Chapman and A. A. Staples, Robert
M. Morgan. Ray T. Sterling. C. D.
Van Orsdel. Burnett Roth. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. C. Estill and Benjamin
Cooper.
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adassah Marks 20 Years Of Youth Aliyah
- ~ ORIGIN: RoumuU*
NEW YORK Hadassah, the
Ifomen's Zionist Organization of
Imerica. will commemorate the
Oib anniversary of Youth Aliyah,
worldwide child rescue and re-
abilitation movement which has
irought more than 62,000 homeless
Jewish children into Israel from
Europe, North Africa and the Mid-
dle East since 1934, with a six-week
hational celebration, it was an-
nounced this week by Dr. Miriam
Freund. Hadassab chairman for
p'outh Aliyah.
As the official representative in
|he United States of Youth Aliyah,
Frumkes to Head
iach Pageant
Announcement has been made
iy the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
of Commerce that Melvyn B.
umkes, local attorney, will be
eneral chairman of the Miss Mi-
ni Beach Pageant. Ken Laurence,
dated with Laurence-Victor
c, will be co-chairman.
Naming of Miss Miami Beach
}i!l enable local (iris to compete
the Miss Florida content. Hie
tinner will be a contestant ia the
piss America competition, held
Dually in Atlantic City.
be eligible to compete for
Miss Miami Beach title, a con-
must be either a resident
Dade County or a university
ludent and must be between the
Of 18 and 28 on September
it. She must be a high school
hduate by September lsj and
last be unmarried and never have
pen married.
I She must possess talent, which
^n be either trained or potential.
" nt includes singing, dancing,
a musical instrument, dra-
ics, dress designing, or any of
I tine arts If the potential. con-
Want wishes to pursue a profes-
o^ial career, she may give a three
talk on the subject of her
er, and why she is seeking the
Iholarship. Knimkes explained.
JSoine $25,000 in educational
polarships are annually awarded
he national finals of the Miss
nenca Pageant in Atlantic City.
fery state contestant will receive
"east a $ioo scholarship at the
Fiona! finals, and twelve state
pntestants wH receive $1,000 or
iL Miss Am<*ica receives a
PO scholarship.
ORIGIN: Cermany
Hadassah has raised more than
?22,000,000 in the past 20 years at
effect the rescue of Jewish chil-
dren, many of them orphans, first
from Nazi Germany and its satel-
lites and, in more recent years,
from Arab and Iron Curtain coun-
tries, Dr. Freund reported.
The nationwide celebration was
opened on February 19the exact
date 20 years ago when the first
group of 43 German Jewish chil-
dren arrived in what was then
Palestineand will extend through
April 4th, which has been desig-
nated as World Jewish Child's Day.
On March 31st. a national confer-
ence marking the 20th anniversary
will be held at the Hotel Roosevelt
in New York City, and early in
April, a special 20th anniversary
Youth Aliyah Award will be pre-
sented to Eddie Cantor at a confer-
ence in Los Angeles in tribute to
"bis noble humanitarian activities
in behalf of homeless Jewish chil-
dren."
Cantor has taken an active inter-
est in Youth Aliyah since its in-
ception, and one of the villages es-
tablished in Israel for the rehabili-
tation of young newcomers bears
his name.
The evening of February 18th,
and Sabbath morning, February
20th, were proclaimed Youth
Aliyah Sabbath by the Synagogue
Council of America, which repre-
sents the Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform branches of Judaism.
Special prayers were offered in
thousands of synagogues and tem-
ples throughout the United States.
Hadassah's 300,000 members in
1500 chapters throughout the
country participated in the Youth
Aliyah Sabbath.
In designating February 19th
and 20th as Youth Aliyah Sabbath,
Dr. Norman Salit. president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
staled:
"In the occasion of the 20th an-
niversary of Youth Aliyah, I extend
my warmest congratulations to Ha-
dassah. This work of redeeming
Jewish children from the shambles
of ruined European, Arab and Afri-
can Jewish communities and fur-
nishing them with new life, hope
and vigor in Israel is one of the
shining and outstanding achieve-
ments of this great Zionist women's
organization. May Almighty God
give Hadassah many more decades
of activity in healing the breach of
our people."
*' .'
mc>I Women's Drrition leaders of the United Jewish Ap-
honored guests at local CJA Women's Division func-
r r,0Wn (le* o right) are Mrs. S. Alexander Biailove. hon-
. cnairman Qf the national Women's Division; Mrs. Hal
national chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs. Louis
J"'and Mr,. Aaron Fair, co-charmen of the sponsors'
" raised Women's Division gift totals past the
ORIGIN: Morocco,
ORIGIN: Yomon
' ORIGIN: Ciochodovkim ,
Plan to Arm Arabs Fizzles;
League Rejects Aid Offer
event
WO mark.
WASHINGTON (JTA) A State
Department plan to supply mili-
tary aid to certain Arab nations
which are not contiguous to Israel
failed this week when the depart-
ment confirmed that the Saudi Ara-
bian Government had rejected the
American arms offer.
The State Department's plan had
been to give weapons to Iraq and
Saudi Arabia to arm them against
possible aggression. The depart-
ment took the view that friends of
Israel could pot take exception to
these arms shipments since neither
country bordered on Israel. The
Israeli Government, which objected
strongly to the armament of any
of the Arab States, pointed out that
supply of American arms to any
of the Arab states would upset the
precarious balance of power in the
Middle East and threaten the se-
curity of the Jewish State
Critics of the State Department
plan to give arms to the Arab
States pointed out that there could
be no effective safeguards against
transfer of armaments from these
states to states bordering on Is-
rael which could employ them
against the Jewish State.
Reports from Cairo that the
Egyptian Government and Strong-
man General. Naguib had eased its
"blacklisting" of ships which call
at Israeli ports were interpreted in
United Nations circles as an at-
tempt on the part of the Egyptian
Government to avoid a censure by
the Security Council over its block-
ade of Israel-bound shipping
through a Suez Canal and the Gulf
of Eilath.
There was some confusion here
as to actually what, if anything,
the Egyptian Government had done
to "relax" the blacklisting. In the
past, ships which called at Israeli
ports were "for all time" refused
the right to enter Egyptian ports
either on business or for fuel sup-
plies and repairs. The reported
"relaxation" would have removed
from the blacklist ships which call
at Israeli ports but not at Arab
ports on the same voyage.
An Israeli spokesman's comment
on the report was that the new
regulations amounted to a "minor
adjustment" while the blockade of
Israel-bound shipping remains in
force.
Western diplomats expressed
their reaction by using the phrase
"too little and too late."
The British Government mean-
while evaded a direct reply this
week to suggestions that it initiate
international action to ensure pass-
age for all shipping through the
Suez Canal.
To Conservative M. P. Patrick
Maitland, who called for British
moves to ensure that all existing
facilities be available to all ships
passing through the Canal, Minis-
ter of State Selwyn Lloyd recalled
that Britain, with France and the
United States, had taken the initia-
tive in bringing the question of the
Egyptian blockade of Israel to the
Security Council in 1951 and added
that "the Israel Government has
now raised the matter again in the
Security Council and it is being de-
bated at the present time."
Arming of the Arab States con-
tinued to be a subject of interest
here.
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Hadassah Plans Midway Dinner on
Beach; Kefauver to be Speaker
US Senator Estes Kef auver, of I forward the welfare of the people
Tennessee, crime investigator, 1952 I of Israel. His special interest in the
extension of medical sen-ices and
medical education are indicated by
the fact that he is a founder an
presidential aspirant and a leading
member of the Democratic contin
gM in Congress, will be principal
speaker at the national Midway
national vice chairman of tin- A
Dinner of Hadassah at the Di Lido, bert Einstein College of Medicine
Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday I in New York and a member of the
evening, March 14th. | Board of Mount Sinai Hospital of
>The Midflrav Dinner, coming at Greater Miami. He also Jim den
fie hatfwftv mark of Hadassahs onstrated his concern with the de-
S10.000.000 drive to build and \ velopnent of Israel as I Beater of
equip the Hadassah Hebrew Uni- j Jewish culture by taking a leading
versity Medical Center near Jeru-! part in the I'nited Jewish Appeal
salem. will be the first of a series j and the Israel Bond drive,
of national events to raise the sec- | Mrs Moses P. Epstein, of New
ond $5,000.00(1 needed for the na-, Vork. national American affairs
tional health center of the young chairman of Hadassah and a |>.M
State of Israel. ] national president of the women a
Zionist organization, who dm been
conferring with Miami chapter
leaden and Cberner on plans tor
(be March 14th Midway Dinner,
said here before leaving the city:
riiri'i' j ears ago Hadassah de- j
cided to build a medical center to
house a 430 bed hospital, a nursw
BtMwuT^ot ,;-m;:,,rsch??1 ;""1-' ft
the Hebrew i niversit) "i Israel, to
Sen. Kefauver said Mrs I.ouis K
Goldman. Medical Center Commit
tee chairman of Hadassah. is one of [
the many leaden iii American pub-
lie life who have campaigned
throughout the United States dur
lag the last several yean to tell
Americans that the creation of a
Btron
only assure the benefits ol democ,
racy lor it-- own citifens 1'iit will
aKo act a- a powerful leaven in the ioca\ Brandeis Groups
entire Middle I
Mrs, Goldman announced simul-'StM New Members
taneously that Joseph Cherner, ol ,, ,
,, ,, i ... i ,> Prospective members o the
Miami Beach and V\ ashington, D < '
has accepted the pos( ol hoi '<'-'!,'r Miami I National
chairman "i Ihe Midwaj Dinner Women's Committee of Brandeis
Cherner. she said has taken an a< University, are Invited to attend
live ran m many community p's annual member-
causes m both Washington an
ter Miami, and in causes to s|">' leas "n 1Yuli'>- Marcn 5,h-
I 30 p m
One tea will be held in the home
Of Mrs .lack S Mmt/er. 6440 North
Bay Road, Miami Beach, and the
other will be held at the residence
Of Mrs Harold Thurman. 3801 lii
\iera Drive. Coral Gables
President ol the group is Mr-
Ben Zion Ginsburg
Each member ol the group must
brine a new member in order to
attend the tea, according to Mr-
Alexander Bobbins, general mem-
bership chairman A Braiulei-
award will be given to each mem-
ti r who brings ten new memben,
hied.
Hook reviews will be presented
- according to Mrs, Har-
old Turk, program chairman Mr-
h Narot will present the re-
al Mr- Mintaer's home, and
Mr- m.,\ Shapiro will give the re-
Mn Thurman'g home.
In char.- mentl lor
mei Kman-
uel Goldstrich taron Parr, Rob
Robert Green Nathan Strauss
and Thurman.
The National Women'- Commit-
tee w.,- lorme.i five yean ago to I
build and maintain the library at
the univeraitj Since that time, the
committee has contributed Boma
M.000 volumes to the library, and
last summer added a new wing.
The grant non compriaes over
ttlet Ktltnitr
put up a building for its medical
school We have been raising funds
lor tin- purpose ever since, be-
cause we (eel B0 strongly that the
new medical center will serve as a
cinter of healing, teaching and re-
search in the entire Middle East
"II will welcome all patient- alike
Arab. Christian and Jew. Just as
\i.iii- flocked to our hospital Ofl
Mount Scopus mi the outskirts of I
Jerusalem, before it was placed m
the CUStodj ol the tinted Nation-.
we know they will again erivitate
to our medical center, making an
added source ol union between
these peoples in the Middle East
The American people." Mrs Ep
rteln added, ^whoaa pride it has
always been no share its warm
heart and material goods with
those who need help, are contribut-
ing to this medical center their
wealth of devetion. ejcpor*ience and
knowledge."
Leaders of the Miami chapter of;
Hadassah who are taking an active ,
part in preparations for the Mid-
way Dinner on March 14th. in addi-
turn to Mrs Goldman, the Medical .
Center Committee chairman, in-,
elude Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. presi- \
dent of the chapter. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, chairman of the dinner'
rjWtnfitting committee. Mrs. Jo-eph
Mr- Joseph Shawmut. Mrs
Barney Wemkle and Mrs. Max:
Weitz.
Gables Theater Guild
Slates Riley Comedy
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Theater Guild will open its curtain
on March 6th. for the opening
night of Personal Appearance, a
three-act comedy written by Law-
rence Riley.
Bob Brenner, the group's only
director in its three-year existence,
is again at the helm of this produc-
tion.
For the lead, Brenner has given
the part of Carol to Mildred Wav
man, who has been seen in several
Guild productions, the last of
which was Spring Song.
Ruth Nadell. as Aunt Kate, will
again make an appearance on the
Center's stages, after being seen in
Power Without Glory, and The Wil-
low And I. The part of Joyce, the
juvenile female lead, goes to Es-
telle Bamberg, a newcomer to the
group, sharing her love interest
with Lewis Fischbein, as Bud, also
new to the group.
Fran Brenner, the director's
daughter, and Mort Pedall take the
part of Gladys and Tuttle, respec-
tively Both have been seen in pre-
vious productions of the group.
"Lucky'' Kaplan will appear as
Mother St rut hers.
other supporting roles are taken
by Harold Mandell as Clyde. Ed
Foldstein as Johnson, and Sandy
Silverman a- Jessie. Lou Perkell is
stage manager, and lighting effects
Mrs. McCaffrey is Delegate
More than 300 delegates from all
parts of the I'nited States attended
-i --ions of the American Christian
Palestine Committee Conference
in Washington, February 14th,
15th and 16th. and heard addresses
by leaders in the fields of politics,
religion, education and science.
Representing the Greater Miami
area at this conference was Mrs. L.
J. McCaffrey. ,
Cantata is Featured
Sisterhood ol ihe North Shore
Jewish Center held its regular
meeting on Thursday. The pro-
gram included a cantata. Inheri-
tance Of Israel, by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and Cantor Edward
Klein Mrs Esther Bloch was pro-
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New York, national Ameri-
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dassah. meets with Joseph
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DAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1954
;al Mobilization Moves Into High
. Area Chairmen Plan Dinner
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PAGE SB
I ,ched on an unprecedented
Kcommiinity enthusiasm, the
lined Jewish Appeal General
ation wont into action this
fin ail parts of Dade County.
Lniiation plans for action in
Ejng. solicitation and coverage
Lpocts Rot under way imme-
h'after 'he General Mobiliza-
>nimunit> rally held at the Dl
Hiel with Mrs. Eleanor
Lit and Rabbi Irving Miller
Lts of honor. ....
_st area corps to start the ball
|g was the West Miami area
V Chairman Nelson S. Chap-
logcther with Rabbi Alfred
Van. of the West Miami Jew-
letrter, held a successful break--
bt the Barcelona Gardens in
[Gables Sunday morning.
Lresentatives of Jewish organ-
l.V.I to 11 old
\nual Meeting
tw YORK -United Service for
[ Americans, major American
pation and resettlement ag-
Bor Jewish refugees, will hold
Innual meeting Saturday and
|. March 13UI and 14th, at
aza Hotel. Now York City,
Bierineer of Boston, presi-
i i the agency announced this
The meeting will mark 20
. t service to refugees by
and ii- predecesaor agen-
izations in West Miami were i
the audience to hear an address by
Madame Paulette Oppert, famous
French wartime underground lead-
er, who personally directed a pro-
gram through which thousands of
Jewish children were saved in oc-
cupied Europe. She has recently
returned from Israel and brought
to the audience an account of the
progress and development she not-
ed in the new democracy. Assist-
ing Chaplin were Fred Belsky
Harry Klein, Jack Nemeth, Bernard
Supworth and Jesse Teitler.
On Monday, noon, George Chert-
kof, chairman of the Miami area,
called a meeting of his vice chair-
men at offices in the Olympia
Building. Plans were discussed for
organization of a business men's
counncil and assignments for speci-
fic solicitation were made.
According to plans announced by
all area chairmen, miniature cam-
paigns will be conducted in each
area beginning with big gifts func-
tions and following through with
business and professional contacts
and finally general solicitation.
The Jewish War Veterans sent
representatives from all posts to a
meeting of commanders at Ruby's
Restaurant on Sunday morning.
Oscar Rappaport, chairman, will
head a steering committee organ-
ized to encourage participation by
all JWV posts in the General Mobil-
ization drive. The JWV is one of
0. J. Van Heuven Goedhart,! ,he national civic defense agencies
i Nations High Commissioner '"eluded in the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
letugeos will speak on world
ition ami refugee problems at
i-er Saturda) night, formally ; the Miami Beach area met at Work
U thf mooting.
On Tuesday evening, workers of
|ited Service, which receives
i from the I'nited Jewish
has helped more than 350,-
liu'ish refugees to immigrate
resettle in the United States
11934.
sler to Speak
Bresslor. national treasurer
ne Zionist Organization of
pea, will bo guest speaker at
pcheon club meeting of the
I Beach-Isruel Zionist District
dnesday. 12 noon, in the Ritz
Hotel Bresslor will discuss
Ben-Gurion and his concep-
Im the relationship between
fm and Aliyah.
men's Circle Lyceum Hall to plan
an all-out enrollment of volunteers
and to receive specific pledge card
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were in charge of the program. On
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met with a second Miami Beach
area group in the offices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to outline work plans and issue
pieage cards. Strauss is a Miami
Beach vice chairman serving un-
der General Beach chairman
George J. Talianoff.
In the Monticello Park area, a
special gifts meeting was held
Wednesday evening in the home of
North Miami Beach co-chairman
Lenia Wallace Speaker at the af-
fair was Rabbi David Shapiro, of
Hollywood Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Rabbi Shapiro has been for
some years a member of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal speakers'
bureau. He fulfilled a record 27
speaking engagements in behalf of
the CJA in the 1952 campaign.
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this area describing the nation's
growing strength resulting from
CJA dollars.
According to announcements
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i-JewistnorMton
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M
Florida Industry
>Bov\s Ahead
TALLAHASSEE The level of
industry in Florida moved up 81
ptrcent. 1947 to 1952. far outrank
ing all other Southeastern states in
industrial advancement during this
period.
The dollar value of finished man-
ul.ictured products in excess of raw
materials used, is one of the best
measures of the contribution of in-
dustry lo the economy of a State.
the Florida Slate Chamber of Com-
merce pointed out here.
in 1952. Florida's manufactured
goods were worth S633.684.000
more in finished condition than
were the raw materials used to
make them. Unofficial estimates
place the 19D3 figure near $630
million. The 81 per cent gain is
based on these value added figures.
Meeting at Lear Home
To Highlight Music
The cultural group which meets
monthly at the home of Or. and
Mrs. Lear on Saturday, February
27th. will devote the evening to aj
program designed to stimulate in-
terest in Jewish Mu.-ic.
Ben Yomen. local choral direc-
tor, will present the story ,,f Jcw"
ish folk music, with illustrations.
Mi>> Shaloma Shawmut will sing
several songs. Their accompaniest
will be Mrs. Margaret Yomen.
13i Production
Slates 4 ami
Ed Menerth, director of Ring
Round The Moon. University of
Miami's fourth production of the
1953 54 season, this week an-
nounced the following cast for the
.loan Anonilh play:
The dual role of Hugo and Fred-
eric, Peter Harvey: Jo.sJiua. .lack
Mother: Diana Messerschmann,
Barbara Watson: Lady Dorothy In-
dia, iris Rautenberg; Patrice Bom
belles. Sidney Shier; M Guy
Charles Romainville. Ira Sanders
Mine Desmortos, Judy .viler; Ca-
mann. Dave stern, [sabelle, Raline
pulet. Cat Clark: Mr Masserscb
Urban; the Mother. Sue Goodman;
a pleasant guest. Annette Service; .i
general, Merle G Cain. Mark Hun-
ter > a-sistant to the director.
Ruth Greenfield has composed
an original score for the play which
has been described bj Its author as
a "charade with music"' Menerth
is arranging the choreograph)
Ring Round The Moon opens at
the Ring Theatre on March 9th and
will run through March 20th
Proceeds for Youth
The Stephen S Wise Group of
Hadassah will have its weekly min
yon card game for Youth Aliyah at
the Monte Carlo Hotel. Thursday,
March 4th, at 1 p.m.
Brotherhood Week is being marked this year from February 21st through 28th and is an as
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JmlsJiRnrkM^
PAGE7B
l(j, 0avid Delegates
Siitwn Belh David teenage dele-
ltfS blended the annual Unit-
'Synagogue Youth, Southeast Re-
,n convention held in Jackson-
e February 19th through 21t.
iijh youth from Florida,
jki Alabama and South Caro-
4l'attended the three-day Caro-
Iptncv which included a series
Krvices. seminars, and sympos-
|ms based on the theme, How the
Iligj j America i> Being Preserved.
JThe L'S Youth program is de-
fied to afford opportunities to
[wish youth to continue and
jrengthen their identification with
fudai-ni and with the Synagogue
I, the central agency of Jewish
|fe in America.
Am' ng delegates participating in
he pn-grum were Miss Lita Weiss
|nd Miss Barbara Safer, who con-
flicted a portion of the Sabbath
tiornirig services, Kenneth Sher,
[resident of the Beth David Chap-
er, and Mosheh Shapiro, regional
eprcsentative to the National Con-
kttion. who reported on the
Jiation.il Convention held last De-
cember in Atlantic City.
Othtr delegates included Stanley
Rose. Sandy Steinberg, Joy Davi
ow. Carol Warshaw, Linda Her-
nan, Elinor Bogish, Sanford Sch
tartz, Janice Katz, Bobby Spiegel,
onnie Goodman, Arthur Levine
knd Calvin Serkin.
Chess Champions
Number Jews
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demonstrate his phenomenal mem-
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recites the figures by heart with-
out a slip-up.
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has been a tremendous upswing in
the popularity enjoyed by chess in
the Argentine, Najdorf remarked,
so that it may be now considered
the world's second chess country
after the 4JSSR. In Buenos Aires
alone, more than 60 chess clubs
flourish. Jews play a leading role
in the South American chess pic-
ture, he observed while introduc-
ing his Argentinian-born assistant
and manager, Julio Bolbochan, as a
fellow-Jew.
Najdorf further revealed that
eight Soviet players, among them
world champion Botvinnik, are
scheduled to come-to Buenos Aires
next March for a championship
contest. In September, the repre-
sentatives of numerous countries
estimates range from 20 to 45
will meet in the Argentinian capi-
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of being the No. 1 in the sport of
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PAGE 8 B
Letters To The Editor
Editor. The Jewish Floridiani
The American Council for Juda-
i.-m. at its convention several weeks
ago. by resolution extolled the
State Department to send arms to
the Arab states which will jeopar-
dize the existence of the State of
braela It condemned the position
strongly .requested that our gov-
ernment desist from arming the
Arab states, for it would lead to
war and bloodshed in the Middle
East.
The statement of the American
Council for Judaism has confused
befuddled the minds of non-
Jtws everywhere.
As an American, as a Zionist and
as a Rabbi, whatever may have
been the motive for such'a resolu-
tion as po'icy of the American
C( uncil for Judaism T r'"cr,^', i*
ll treachery to th cau "f K-iel
and in a deeper sense "i tlStchrjF
to the cause of justice and hu-
manity.
It seems difficult to believe that
in this day when our people are
still beset by enemies in Commu-
nist dominated countries. | until
group oi men who denominate
themselves .i> Jewish leaden in
our country and who are oppo-
nents of I he Stale of Israel, and
who are ol the wealthy assimila-
ti< nisi class, use their "financial"
Ion to advance their cause and
to fulfill the prophetic words, "Thy
enemies and thy destroyers arise
from thine own midst" Such men.
r resi tinitei imal sec-
tii n ol i ur i n people, constitute
.1 council for 'heir own fears, their
own o and their o i
fishness. They betray those in-
itincU ah and aspir-
- vi hich have been flesh of
-,'ul ol our soul for
ll iusan : : vears ol recorded his-
1 take issue with such men only
>i jus,. ,if the hour of crises when '
v.i dare not engage in neutrality!
but speak out lest the siate De-
tent believe they represent a
\ cat voice in American Jewry We
denounce the statement oi Lea
.'i,y Rosens ii'i president of the
Council, and Elmer Berber, paid
-i.ict.ir> ol ihe Council, in a re-
Kfl that must be under-stood by
and non-Jew alike, that they
': re no right to speak for Ameri-
u -i Jewrj
-e who dare to stand against
the future of Ihe Stale of Israel and
i iitti : ab ut the "the n I
lessi -- oi ihe .1, w, when
they stand at of 6.000.000
J< s, are noi only stabbing us in
the back but verily in the heart
Why do Rosenwald, Berger and1
' e as their policj the neg-
ative | trying to encour-
ate Department t" send
and to destroy the
continued realitj of a state of Is
r el It is the result ,.f fear and
inferiority
Why, these men have attained
eemingly affluent economic and
H Cial prominent and are fearful
! -i i solid State m Israel may en-
danger their attainments and ques-
tion their American loyalties It is
the "most inane and cowardly at-
titude. Two thousand years of re-
corded hiatorj without a homeland
in Palestine and the -Golden Eras"
where the Jew attained "such
heights" they were made tacgatl of
malicious attacks
A In again the cringing and
fawning and fear' Is it not historic
Justice land we are desperately
and pathetically crying for a new
\\i rid order of justice) to make at-
cure the State of Israel? The major-
it> of the Jewish people in America
and throughout the world have
spoken. Is il democratic or Amer
ican for the Council for Judaism a
minority) to impress its will on our
State Department and befuddle
Jen and non-Jew alike?
Mu-i we repent that a Jewish
in I-rael is based on Jews
and Arabs wh i are citizens of that
country' Sure we want to coneen
trate in a
try >! their own where they
will live th< ir own normal, national
life and not repeat the experiences
I past ear How manj
Americans would remain if we
challenged ihe Ch< Irish.
Italians. German. Frenchmen and
all M>rts of people living as loyal
American citizens, whose loyalty
no one dares doubt, and yet they
have shown interest and sympathy
for the countries of their origin
and have expressed it by words
and deeds? The position of -the
Jewish citizens is in no way dif-
ferent than these groups, and all
misrepresentations and misunder-
standings by the American Council
for Judaism to the effect that a
Stale of Israel jeopardizes their
positions in America are cither
conscious or unconscious mis-rep-
resentations of the basic aims of
Zionism.
The State Department can give-
the answer by refusing to send
arms to Arab states, by refusing to
I accept the unethical practices
1 against the aspirations of a people.
The Arabs will become bolder
1 ,nd bolder if instead of sanctions
being levelled against them we en-
r >urage them by sending arms The
Arab higher committee officially
declared war on the State of Is-
rael. Have we forgotten how long
it is since Munich" How lonu is it
-inee non-intervention in Spam'
How long i- it since Mussolini in-
vaded Abyssinia and defied the
le oi Nations" How long il II
-nice Japan invaded Manchuria.
when the League refused to protect
China? How long is ll since Cham-
berlain appeased Hitler?
The sympathy and continued un-l
demanding ol the western world.
especiallj of America, are more
ile to Israel than any other
oral ion They are building
worthily in the State oi Israel and
tor peace and securitj throughout
the world
The only |OOd" that came out
of the holocaust ot destruction was
the creation of the State of Israel
and we dare not give "life" to a
small ;:roup determined to stop the
growth of this little democratic
stale This noblest enterprise of
our time dare not be cruelly stop-
ped and undermined by arming the
Arab states.
Rabbi Max Shapiro
'"
it always tolerated divergence in
mailers of belief. This can readi y
be deduced from the remarkable
fact that during the tenth, eleventh
and twelfth centuries, the lion of
rationalism was resting side by
side with the lamb of faith. For
many Jewish philosophers. Kabhis
and scholars of that Golden Age.
such as Ibn Ezra and Maimonides.
were far from being hide-hound
adherents of orthodoxy. Therefore,
it was not a tradition of Judaism
that the Jews of Amsterdam, in the
17th century, followed when they
excommunicated Spinoza and drove
Da Costa to suicide
Rather, they had learned only
too well the lesson of bigotry, in-
tolerance and cruelty from the
Holy Inquisitors, acting themselves
in a benighted spirit foreign to the
philosophy of ethical Judaism.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson
FRIDAY, FTBRIUrvoc^^
Square Dancing Due
Club Everglades. Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 1050. will hold a square
dance on Saturday. February 27th.
8:30 p.m. at the Lyceum. 1545 SW
3rd Street. Miami.
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Kditor. The Jewish Floridian:
I was delighted to read in The
Jewish Floridian that David Ben-
Gurion, retired Israel Premier, de-
manded the abolition of the excom-
munication of Spinoza by the Am-
sterdam Jewish Community, about
300 years ago Mr Ben-Gunon. in ;
his first article written in his mod-
est little home, in Sdeh Boker, the
M demanded the publica-
tion of all Spino/a work- in He-
brew.
We can he justly proud of our
beloved Israel and its first great.
liberal minded Premier who real
i/es that Baruch Spinosa i~ the
greatest Jew of modern time- and
the greatest ot all modem philoso-
phers His writings should, indeed,
be translated into Hebrew Spi-
no/a wrote hi- hook- in Latin,
which was the language of scholars
in his time
It ha- aver U-en a source of deep
pride in Judaism that the practice
of religion was deemed more es-
sential than adherence to its dog-
ma- In a truly enlightened -pint
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U S And Soviet Vie For Arab Friendship
PAGE 9 B
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Ttlearaphic Agency
UNITED NATIONSAn unseem;
ly rivalry for Arab favors is de-
veloping here between the Rus-
sians and the Americans as a re-
sult of the fact that the Palestine
dispute has now become involved
in the Cold War. For a long time,
this issue was somehow able to es-
cape the Great Power struggle,
but the veto cast by Andrei Vishin-
sky, the Soviet delegate, in the
Security Council's debate on the
Jordan River hydroelectric scheme,
was truly a sinister foreshadow of
things to come.
Once again, the Western FtJaVers
were caught off balance although
they had sufficient warning to
sense what was going to happen.
In order to make up for what they
evidently considered the damage
done to their prestige in the Mid-
dle East, there was such a scramble
when the Security Council met
next to take up the Israeli com-
plaint about the Egyptian blockade
of their goods passing through the
Suez Canal, that they fell over each
other. Instead of accepting the
veto, and announcing that they had
done their best to solve the prob-
lem of the power project, and
that in any case their proposal had
the backing of the majority, State
Department officials apparently sat
up late at night biting their nails.
, The Soviets could have been ex-
Congratulations were in order here last week as Lee B. Wailes,
representing George B. Storer, owner, told Mayor Harold Sha-
piro of Miami Beach (center) that the new publishing home of
the Miami Beach Sun is dedicated to the service of the public.
Leon C. McAskill (right) publisher of the daily and Sunday
newspaper, formerly known as the Miami Beach Florida Sun,
announced its change of name.
posed for what they are doing-
muddying the waters of Palestine
which, in the case of the Jordan
River hydroelectric scheme, has
more truth than poetry. But these
worried officials could think of
nothing but appeasing the Arabs.
So Henry Cabot Lodge came down
from Washington with their plan
in his pocketonly he forgot to
inform his Allies.
The Egyptians had submitted
counter-complaint to the Israeli
complaint, on the night before the
Security Council met; it was a
stale, trumped up charge that Is-
rael had violated the armistice
agreements in the El Auja demili-
tarized zone. When the meeting
opened, Sir Gladwyn Jebb of the
United Kingdom opposed putting
this complaint on the agenda; he
said that it had not been received
in time, which it had not.
Mr. Vishinsky, in his self-ap-
pointed role of protector of the
Arabs, leapt to their defence; he
insisted on its inclusion. Rather be-
latedly, Mr. Lodge then formally
propo'lpd that the Egyptian item
be included on the agenda.
Sir Gladwyn found himself hang-
ing in mid-air; he landed as grace-
fully as he could, but he was ob-
viously embarrassed. However, the
French delegate, M. Henri Hop-
nenot. who had supported him in
opposing the Egyptian move, did
not seem to realize that the Amer-
icans were intent on appeasing the
Arabs and became more and more
forceful in his opposition. He was
left rather red-faced when the
Council accepted the American mo-
tion without a vote. Of course, nei-
ther the British nor the French
representatives had been informed
of what the Americans intended to
do, and they were rightly annoyed
at the disarray in which they found
themselves.
Under tne circumstances, with
this unholy rivalry going on, it is
difficult to forecast what the Se-
curity Council will do about the
Egyptian blockade. If ever Israel
had an open and shut case, it is
this one; and everyone admits this
here. Not only have the Egyptians
defied a Security Council order to
stop the blockade, but they have
shown their contempt for the Unit-
ed Nations by actually extending it
to include foodstuffs and beyond
the Suez Canal in the Gulf of
Akaba. However, even if the Secur-
ity Council does nothing because of
the power politics over this issue.
the Court of World Public Opinion
will issue a judgment in favor of
Israel.
Post, Present Seen in Talk
At Hebrew Speaking Group
Hebrew Speaking Group of
Greater Miami will meet on Satur-
day evening, 8:30 p.m., at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Horovitz,
826 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The meeting will feature an ad-
dress by Simcha Rubinstein, He-
brew educator and author. His
topic is scheduled as: Past And
Present In Combat For Supremacy.
Also appearing will be Harry Pe-
rach in a discussion of the daily
readings from the Prophets. A re-
sume of Israeli current events will
be given by Mrs. David Freedman.
Mrs. Esther Perach and Irving Sha-
lom will conclude the program with
community singing.

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FMPAY, FEBRUAwv .
GLOBAL SHORTS
Professor Einstein Receives
Jewish Delegation at Home
IJWV Post Urges
Justice Department
To Clarify Stand
Attorney General Herbert Brow
nell. Jr.. b studying a Jewish War
PRINCETON (WNSI- Professor Veterans' proposal for Justice Dc
bert Einstein, famed sc.entist, | partment action 10 clarify the part
German Bar Holds Sabbath
Not High Jewish Holiday
FRANKFURT (WNS) Dr. ....
seph Klibansky. one of the leading | a ful, hour at his home here that privsts ,''*-l"u-u'"n\ci*" 'h;
members of the German bar and vith a Jewish delegation repre in uprooting and deieaung i
an Orthodox Jew. was advised this scnling 0SE. Heading the delega Communist conspiracy m m
week by the Honor Court of the ,ion was A shaban. of South AM- country without |mPinR,nBJ'" j"
Frankfurt Bar Association that ItL, chairman of OSEs world execu efforts being made by go\trnmcnt
could not accept his refusal to ap | (jvp wno mano a special plane trip agencies in this field,
pear for a hearing on a Saturday ffom Johannesberg. Professor Ein-, Harold Shapiro ( ommanaer 01
since "the Sabbath is not a high j s,ejn has bcell active in OSE fr ] JWV Post No 330. Miami Beacn,
Jew ish holy day.'- Klibansky. prin- j manv years.
cipal defense attorney in the Auer-
LXGAL WCnCK_______
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nv NAME LAW
\UTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
.1,, hi.....nlft-ned. dealrlne to mM In
liualnea* undei the fl. illloun name of
TKHOITT TELKVISHIN. at ll.1 Al-
l,iii Road, Miami Beach. I>'<< "
'ealater mi Id name lh in. Clerk of
the Circuit Cowl of Dude "omit>.
1 '""'" JKKKT MELTS, BoM 6wBel
,-12-11
LBOAL NOTICI
out
bach trial, adyised the bar MWtit- j^ j(| po|an(| Expo$e(| t0
tion. when he received the notice to ,
appear, that he could not comply
with the summons since he would
have to desecrate the Sabbath.
Dangers, Dr. Frankel Feels
TEL AVIV WNS>Dr. A. Fran
kel. a Jewish physician from War
saw who arrived here this week
from Vienna, told newsmen that
the Jews in Poland are exposed
Mid here this week that his organ-
ization's proposal had been sum-
Piilted to Mr. Brownell bv Harry T
Madison of Detroit.. Michigan. Na
tional Commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, because "recent
events have underscored the need
for wider public understanding of
the extent to which the Communist
threat is being met by existing gov-
and the dan-
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NOTICE Ih HHRRUY CIVKN that
!,. >inl. i -;imi. .1. !> Hiring tu engine in
li.isine-- under the flctrMmia HIM of
111 lim MUKSS SHOP, at t\ Lincoln
i:. .,, h, I- I 11 da, Intenda
i mi name with the i i. ik
,t tin- ill. nit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROKK HWtltlS. Sole OWMf
CKOKGK I TAI.IAN'H'I', ESQ.
Mtornej for ROM Harrla
11M 1/1-
NOTICE UNDERnCTTr
NAME LAW
NOTICK ,S HKREHT Qlfta
the underalcned. ,1.., .,,. RN
hUKliit-Ha under tli. S '" "IH
MUNICIPAL Al-lo"samB5?
N.W. Ith Street, M,,,"^.M
reclater aukt mime Ihl 3*
Ih7 Circuit i-uui, 'h,">rk
LEONARD J. K\\ i',|":|i
Attorney for Api>ii, .,,
MM 1 in I',,in |)i,|.
."i-: i
Epstein Now Sir Jacob as
Jewish Sculptor is Knighted
LONDON (WNS)Jacob Epstein,
the famous Jewish sculptor who
was bom 72 years ago on New as hostile to Jews MOH government agencies."
York's lower East Side, was knight- rusts and Russians and that Jews w^ jwv M,ion caUs on ,he
ed here this week by Queen Mother .would be the first victims ini IBS ; ^.^ ^ rtment to convene a
Elizabeth at a ceremony at Buck-1 event of a change in the Polish re { of civjc patriotic and
me jcs ... n i crnmental aeenc es and the dan-
daily to dangers and ^rimma- \^SSt^Sl^m voluntary
turn in all Phases of life Dr > JM,ions engage in activities
r rankel said the Polish mas art ^ ^^ properlv ^ carried on
ingham Palace The sculptor, one of, g'me.________^^^^
the most controversial figures in'
the history of that medium, will Eisenhower is Invited to
be known as Sir Jacob.
! community organizations at the
earliest possible date.
Foehrenwald Inmates
Demonstrate in Munich
nor Frank Lausch, of Ohio, this
week visited the White House and
invited President Eisenhower to at-
MIMCH (\\ NS) The trouble- |end ,he annua, mcetjng of tne Na.
some situation in the Foehrenwald ,jona, Conference 0f Christians and
Interfaith Conference Proceeds to Go for
Washington (WNsi cover-, New Synagogue
Sisterhood of Young Israel Syna-
gogue held its February member-
ship luncheon meeting at the home
of Mrs. Abraham Mostov, 4434 Post
Jews. The parley is to be held in
Cleveland early in spring.
camp, only remaining Jewish DP
camp in Germany, came to a boil-
ing point this week when some 150
camp inmates attempted to seize i.
the headquarters here of the Joint' Or. Goldmann Hopes DdSIS TOT
Distribution Committee during a Talks Will Soon be Found
demonstration that was broken up
by local police after minor clashes' N'EW YORK (WNS) Dr. Nahum
culminating in injury to twelve I Goldmann. welcoming the Austrian
displaced Jews and the arrest of Chancellors expression of readf
three others.
News Agency Reports on
German Jewish Population
Avenue.
The Sisterhood will hold a card
party on Wednesday, March 10th.
8:30 p.m.. at the Tides Hotel. Mrs.
Adolph Kratish. ticket chairman,
announced that attendance will
not be limited to the membership.
Mrs. Isidore Friedman, president.
Mid that proceeds of the party will
go to th<' Building Fund of Young
Israel for its new synagogue now
under construction at Prairie Ave-
nue and 40th Street.
A general invitation was ex-
tended to ail children in the 41st
Street area to attend the Oneg
Shabbat activities conducted every
ness to resume negotiations of
Jewish claims, declared here at a
press conference that "we all hope
1 that a formula will be found that
, will enable the Jewish organiza-
j tions to agree to the resumption of
NEW YORK (WNSV-^In an Asso-i these talks." He asserted that "if.
ciated Press report from Frankfurt j an acceptable formula can be i Saturday afternoon. 2 p.m.. at 4081
this week, the New York Herald- j found to resolve the existing dif- i Chase Avenue, under the direction
Tribune reported the Jewish pop-1 ferences of opinion on the beirlesslof the Misses Lila Eisenberg and
ulation in West Germany at 125.-' property issue, the major obstacle J Donna Makovsky.
000. In addition, the report disclos-' towards the resumption of negotia-
ed that the proportion of Jewish j tions will have been removed."
children to the adult population is i ----------------------------
very small, it cited the fact that of' Shorett Favors Easing of Draft
the 250 Jews in Hanover, only 11
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Ni.TK'K IK HBRRBT CIVKN that
ih*- undt'rolicncd. drHlrlnjr to encase In
lni.lncsi under the fictitious mime of
I.INDA EXPORT, at ;5 S.W. zlat
Street, Miami, I Hide County, t-lorlda.
intend lo realnter anld name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of rtade
t'ounly, V\ox I'ln
llli'HARD I'H'K
y.liKNA PICK
KlItT Wl I.I.ISCH
Ati'.nie.v al l.aw
Attorney for Hlehard Pick
and Zdena Pick
1114-17 t'onnrena Building. Miami. Kin.
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NOTI<-K IK HKTtrcilY CIVKN that
Hi. undemigned. deBlrirur to enirace In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
SIN I1I.KKT IIOMK JUICE COM-
I'ANV. at tit N.W. ZSth Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, intend* to reflater aald
name wlrti the t'lerk of the Circuit
Court of IHide County, Florida.
SCN III.ERT CORPORATION
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I'reaident
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the underalRi.,.,1. -nL'M
IniHlnean undei th. : |,n21l
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' BUty, Hh.. Intend ,,,,,;.r"*1*
name wjth the CUrk ..f t|,' "

BERICK. SHAI-IUi, t kiuV-i"*
Attorneya for ApplkanU
i20 l.in.oln Road
:/J-I a/5-12
NOT,CC NUANMDEERLAF;CT'T">V
:OTICE IS HKKKHY CIVRS .
underalRned, dexlrin i .n...L_
liiixinena under the ri.-Titluua rSSS
OCEAN SHORK M..TKL7 SHU
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the iinderMsni-d. de.lrlnn to emtaire In
|..i.|m .^ under the flctltloua name of
SIN BI.E8T CORPORATION, at !4
N.W. r*th Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to reclater aald name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SIN- RIJCKT CORPORATION
OF n.oRIDA
By LEO NEMKROVSKI.
Prealdent
!,? J'S-1J-I>
Rabbi Lehrman to Speak
Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will be guest speaker at
are children under the age of 13 Regulations for Orthodox
In Western Germany, the Associ- j Jerusalem i\VNS>- Liberalization jtb* luncheon club meeting of Mi-
sted Press report said, there are of lhe regulations covering the' ami Beach Lodge. B'nai BTith. on
400 Jewish lawyers. 350 storekeep-; conscription of religious women Tuesday. March 2nd, 12:15 p.m.,
..-. nnn *___. ... ;nl..-------- *" ..______> -r .k. l I V... V ..,...., 1 II .. I
ers. 200 students and three in Par-
liament.
LEGAL NOTICE
into non-military aspects of the na- at the National Hotel.
tional service was indicated this
week by Premier Moshe Sharett
when he requested suspension of
the implementation measures pend- j IN ^ME'cme^/couerr Tof"the
ing reconsideration of the regula- eleventh judicial circuit of
tions. In a letter to Chief Rabbi SoSRt? ,^ch^cDery n.^MS
Herzog. the Premier stated that j hki.knk kosknbacm. I'laimirr.
Orthodox young women woold not M, .,.:,; ,., ,SI:N UM. lv(rIll1.n,.
ben required to stay away from I suit for divorce
Israel Will Soon Live in
Peace With Arabs, Envoy Says
STOCKHOLM (WNS) Israeli
Minister of Labor Goldie Myerson.
addressing a dinner tendered her
by the Swedish Israel Society, as! home over night and "that those T" S5P" Rosen'racm"
ortorf (K,t >,. I--------1._____t t____i .i____:___._ _' KiMdrme unknown
serted that the founding of Israel
was not only a triumph for the
Jewish people but for the world as
well and that the day was ap
choosing to serve in agricultural' Tou. MoRRJM rosenbacm
settlements would be assigned to \fiSS !"&? Li^LS, %*
religious settlements. quired to
------------------------------------r Al "lea"1-
proaching when Israel would UvVThrM Zionists Reported i S 'vJSutt .MAttor^T!^-fi
in peace with her Arab neighbors. ^, ,. 'i'KiuK..r MT-n Oiympu BulUInc,
Mayor Carl Albert Andersson Acquitted in Hungary
greeted the guest on behalf of his
municipality, declaring it was the
objective of the Swedish Israel "to
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the undemirned. deetrtrar to encage In
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rjRY. at !lt N.W. lat Court. Intend
to remMer aald name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Hade Count).
Plorna.
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Sole Ownera
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*K SeyKld UM*.
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County. PJa. intends i re:,,;,%
name with the Clerk .if ih, ,-JS
t-ou'L..,..ly*'X' County. Horidi^1
THE PORBl It CoRttiRATH,
IIERICK. SHAPIRO A r-RIEr,""
Attorneya for Appia.nta
420 Lincoln Road
2/19-N J/5-12
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW "
NOTICE 18 HERKI'.V UIVEN tkt
the underalnned. de>li na t.. rncaata
inipliieaa under ih.- futiiiona aa^ael
TOWER KALE8 Ct.MI'AXT UhI
N.W. 4Srd Ilace. Miami, Flon tenda to rejlate: n..i,i name aiUftil
Clerk of the Circuit Court o( oSl
County, Florida
ML'RRAY COOPa
PRANK COHN
Attorney for Towe:- Sales Coidmh
l/lt-n 2/.-.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY 0IV8N latt l
the underainned, de.ir.ng tu fmcutta I
boaineaa under ih. f.. t:tiuut nan*if I
SOUTHERN AOVEUTISI.NC SEI-1
ICK. at 524 Colin Avenue, Mial I
Beach, intenda tu reclater said mm]
with the Clerk of trie Circuit Cart 1
of Dade County, Florida. 1
MR8. HANNAH OARB01
Mole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Apiiluar.t
:'j:. Lincoln Road
2/12-K-M 2/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK lt> HEREXY GIVEN tuat
the underalcned, deali^nc to enjeace In
hualnewa under the flctltloua name of
GABLES STATIONKRH. at 1 Olr-
alda Avenue. Coral Galdea. intenda to
reclater aaid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SOL SCHRF.IRER
t/M 2,:-i*-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN that
the underaicned, dealrirut to encase In
liiialneH.i under the flrtltloua name of
GLOBE GREEN STAMPS.. CMiHE
STAMP CO., INC. at 2722 Ponce De
I.. ..n Bred Cral Gablea. Fla.. intenda
to reclater nald name with the Clerk
of th,. circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GLOBE STAMP CO., INC.
By: DAVID JAC0U8ON,
President
HENRY M. CADI
Attorney for Applicant
Sll W. Klacler St. Miami, Fla.
2 2 S j-12-l
Ar.-.ii -
Pleadlne in th.
LONDON tWNSl-The acquittal '.t .-..uri "n S
and release of three leader, of th, tl'jMSSV1^
Jewish community of Budapest taken
eradicate fr,.m Sweden all possible I who *re recently indicted on ^
remnants of evil that came to Con charges of having conducted Zion *ii be iiubimlied once
tral Europe during the twenties
and thirties "
Nazis Said His Art Was
Degenerate; Bonn Favors Him
of Feliruar).
HANOVER (WNS)-The noted
German impressionist Max Lieber- of the Zionist organization in Buda
mann. who died two years after pt>st.
Hitler came to power and whose!----------------------------
work was branded by the Nabis Israel Abolishes Capital
as -degenerate art." was artistical- _._..i__ _.*.. ~
ly reborn in Germany this week. I rTnmnent; (.QDinet Opposed
with President Theodore House as JERUSALEM (WNS) A bill
the patron here of the late artist's abolishing the death penalty for
\M ,ct,v,t.cs in Hungary was re- >"
ported here by the World Jewish ,. v N",:.'I:I',K,{I:" \{ MUmi.
Congress. The released were identi
fied as Abraham Komitzer. leader
of Orthodox Jewry in Hungary: Dr
Bela Denes, leader of the Ooaisl
movement in Hungary-; and Henrik
Galos. formerly general secreUry
i. tliia lth .lj .
AD
B. II I.K.ATHERMA.N
' !e>k. '"ir, Com
;*' c.Hin-> hlorida
11. WM W STOCK I NO
Seal! .iV.k
KTK<>r
Attorney f,.r CUintiff
BulMlag. Miami. Fla.
- i* 3 *-12-U
ifi'i-u-ts D,pu,y ""*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIEREPY GIVEN that
the undesigned, dealrlnc to encaca In
bllU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT J
FLORIDA. IN AND CON
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Na I
ADOWlON OF
JOSEPH NICHOLAS BALaBS
NOTICE TO ARPEAft
To: Joaeph Balata
Addreae I'nknemi
You are hereby not.f.ed that i
tion far Uie Adortu-n of JO
NICHOLAS BALAZS haa
and you are required to serve <
of your Anawer or other r"leat
the Petition for Adop.. n on PetB
era attorney, SHELDON N.
CHCK, 702 Seybold HuUdtaC.
22, rTorlda, and file the oncliul i
wer or Pleadtnc in the Offlr* J
Clerk of the Circuit Court ui
Dade County, Florida, >"i <"
the lith day of Mar. >. Ii.
DATED tola jtli iii> of
"i'' E B I.KATHHtMMfJ
Clerk ot the Clrctlt'
By M. C GRIBt
rOali Oeputy Clerk
SUKI.IHIN N LEUMII K. B
Attorney for Petll
t/lt-lt-M 1/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of" "M
ELEVENTH JUDlCi*L CIRCU"^
FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR l
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. f4a
SAM BAPOFr*. I'u.nttff.
IIId K V 8APOF F. ':"'"'-
NOTICE TO APPCAC
To: Hexky Sapoff
iJj Rrlatol M -'
Kn~.klyn. Kea ork .
Y.i are herrbj u..nf-d that'J
of Complaint for ''""* """J
filed acalnat you. an l [J3
ad to aerve a eop> ''", vJJJj
other pleadlnc to th- ','..,ja
on Plaintiff-a att.
I.KU-HIK. 7*2 S.
anil 22. FI"Hda. and
Anawer or pleading
the Clerk of the Cl-
*" the fletitloua name of I"" 'VVountv. Fl" '' f,
AnSol Co. at P. O. Boa 47*. Miami J"^ '?*? dav of M
Reach, intenda to reclater aald name ,!^' '' ,2. -ji.tl...~ ""
jMth the .lerk of the Circuit Court of ^Ly,1,"', win be taken I
d
t l- i
t <"ort I
i.i, oaorl
iWi
tn*
Hade Count. rVrida
SAIL A HACKMYER,
Sole Owner
MEL\TN It FRIMKKS
Attorney fy Applient
l Lincoln Road
lt-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
first major exhibition in more than
a quarter of a century When Hit-
ler came to power he not only
banned Liebermann's art. but strip-
ped him from all honors in the Ger-
man art world, including the post
of president of the Berlin Academy
of Art.
murder was passed this week by
Parliament by a vote of 61 to 33
in the face of reported opposition
by Prime Minister Moshe Sharett
and most members of his Cabinet.
Under the new measure, which
does not apply to treason, desertion
and war crimes, life imprisonment
is the maxiurn punishment for mur-
der.
ounty. Florida.
: :* l/i-12-l
N. D in,-
NOTICE JfMS;,CT.T.OUI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS.
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERNBY GIVEN that
'he underalcned. dealrlnc to encase in
t>uine. under the flctltloua name of
I'HIIJ.II-s FCRNITCRE CO.. iNot
5* *' *'** &w ntraat. Mtaxal.
'end* to leaiater aald Mm
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad. Count}-. Flurida-
i-HII. H BEARKAN
HENKY M fib0*"
Attorney f..r Applicant
2. Weat Ftacler St.. MUmi, Wntlnn
l/t-lt-IS-M
*//,^^K,2,:,,ZL',Al^"-, K
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tne unoaraurned, eairlnc to encase In
^jRnS under tne flctfttoue name at
j^awv wk^ fisffi^
T5rt**tr "* "t1" Cieck of
JlJjCirenit Cotwt ot Dane County.
RAYMOND C. ALBRIGHT.
BERNARD R Ifim
llf
Complal
tv you.
DATED thh 5th la>
,M E. R. l-KAlfig
Clerk ofi
B" i. ..tr_
SHELDON N. LEU;IH ^ E
Att rney for Plaintiff
:,'l2-I-2a *
bualneaa under the .'""".., |
THE OWEN C<; .' nd.*.'
Avenue MUur.1 ^U '
'-1* HANK-J y^gb
2IYER-W. HEIMAV A **n
2/12.l-2 _
FICTI1
IOT1CJS 18 HEHKHT O


j^y, FEBRUARY 26,19M
+Je*l**nt>rtalall
m
LEGAL NOTICI
------wvricE BY PUBLICATION
. the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
K/Jenth judicial circuit of
EhnBiDA IN AND FOR DADE
KSStV IN CHANCERY, No. 16W3S
J(|" l'"i,i,lMi, Pl.lntlff.
r.DTiir'i: KOI.MND, Defendant.
|*R1" SUIT FOR DIVORCE
V(,r:,1:; ;:::, ;;:>",r.r.^ ha.>.
|f L'oinplaiut for I'n
,,,,., you. and you are requlr-
11", ,' Jen.....>!>} <>f your Anawer or
|f:j ,, the Bill of Comnlnlnt on
I ,'. .,iiffH Attorney, WALTER E.
ItwiVn" "- ''lsil BulUMw. 4.; \.w.
I'V, '..',-. Miami, Florida, and file
the oriiriniil Answer or l'leadinic In
I .Ifflre of the Clerk of the Circuit
Irniirl "ii or before the fourth day of
I Man h l!."4. K you fall to do ao, Jud*--
Imeni in default will be taken aRalnst
lyoufor the relief demanded In the Bill
I Th'l""'>tn ahall be published once
I .aeh week for four conaecutive weeks
ta TMK JEWISH F'l.oEll.lAN.
ii'.NK AND ORDERED at MUn.l.
Florida, this lat day of February,,A-D.
ISib
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGEUP B
K. II. I.KATHERMAJsi
Clerk, Circuit -Court,
i >;,!.- County, Tint-Ida
, 'Olio wunij, a .... ..,M
Mv WM. W. STOCKING.
(Cfcviril Court Seal) Deputy (Jerk
, NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51429
Notice I" hereby Riven that Julea
Prarliiian. holder nf City of Miami Tax
Kale Certificate Nnmbereil T.'.S, dated
ihe dh day of June. A.D. 1851. haa
filed mud Certificate in my office, and
haa made n|i|.Mention for tax deed t"
I Issue thereon in hi-cm-dance with law.
Bald Certifleate embraces the follow-
i Sue iles. iilicd property, altuated In
bade County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lot K, lesa Weat 15 feet, Block
I. Clr.vton HelRhta I'lut Book 21,
Pare I". In the City of Miami,
ty uf I hide, Slate of Florida.
The aaaesament of aald property un-
Cprttflcate issued waa in the
M of Unknown. Unleaa aald Cer-
sh.ill be redeemed aeeordlnR
tn law, tax deed will laaue thereon
[en the lOlh day of March. A.I). 19.".4.
Dated this 1st day of February,
| All I9."..
r T: I.EATllERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court,
I aide County, Florida
I s- c STEKRETT. D.C.
I firrult Court Seal
I: ".-i:-n
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1661*6
111 .- HICKS, aim known us
HKItlll'MtT S HICKS and F'l.ORA
l.\ HICKS, Ins wife, ami
ISAMIEL liARRLlCK, Plaintiffs.
\r.
KKSSI.ER. wife of
|l.uris KKs.si.?:i{, if living and
herwikai>ii heira. deviaeea,
mcaleea or crnntee*, If dead, and
II persons l.uinlnR any estate,
ri*ht. title or Interest In. or llen~ -
Dpea the rtnl property Herein
klenvribelaar any part thereof, I.v.
(throuch or under______ KESSLEtt,
rife of l.i .1 hi KE*S4.k.
,;, Defeadnntk.
WE MTATF: (>P.FM>KIIA. TO:
The above named' PebmdasHs arid
an inrauna l.unilnr. any estate,
*ht. title or Intereat In. or Hen
Minn, the real property herein de-
acribed. or ni ,wrt thereof,
Iiefendanta, Crcrtinira:
Ion are hereby notified that a pro-
*dln to remove a cloud on title haa
en brought in the circuit court for
AUK count*. Florida, against the
move named [ .efendanta. and all per-
M ehlniuiK any eatate, rlRht, title
'r interest ,,.. ||en upon, the fol-
L f.St"''' "'" "al property, altuate
i lADh count.-.. Florida, to wit:
'> II. A (sometimes described
aiiLots 12 and 13), 14. 15 and It
KWrduiR to the plat thereof re-
n I'lat llook 19 at paRe
l twlna reaubdWltdoa of Ix>ts
iL-'i'J ""' ,3J ,,I,M, 3 "t flrat
ai'iHuleii ,,,, ,,, Wint.ricardena,
U Keorded In Plat Book 5. I'aae
Pnit >,,
NOT4CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIci; is HF.RKHV (1IVK.N II, ,t
ler.iKue.l, dealrinR t. Vniaa" in
u.'Ib'iTV!""1",'' ,,,h-; ""-"-"- '.f
i EL al 41.1 N.W. Mth Street
Miami KpilriRs, / ,, ,'
ter aald in,,,,,. lirk "(h
Circuit Courl of Dade Cpuntv Plorld,
MTBL LX)lUORATION
_.____, Sole Own,
RICHARD A MlltMI-K Attys.
.-'"!'!''", '",'' Al'i,"'--nu
fin.. I.lnoiili, itoau
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
name uiti
Court of
, NOTICE UNDER rjCTiT^OU.
NOTICI: is HERE1IY fJI\'EN that
the undcralRiu-d, desiring t., HW,Kl. ,
bUMlnesM under the fictitious nanie of
ACCURATE P.I SINKss MA, I vi's
to^ALtiP! 'i1-"^1'- l!l-'- ""tend-
to reRlMer aald name ill, the clerlt
Florida 'U "' 1>Hdc Count>.
Mi'PTiiN l(IDi:i!MAN
Ma .. .. s"le Owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the under alaned. de-lilng to enaaRe in
buaineaa under the fi.titlouj. name of
A.B.C. HOME IMPROVEMENT CO
' ,l 'ST'- at Seybold llldg., Mi-
ami, F la intends to reRiHter aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
2/.2-I9.2. D.r1" K?**
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, INK AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1569
AUDREY H. SH1TTKKLT, Flain,iH
NEVIUL.E M. SHl.'TTERl.Y,
_____________ Defendant
m v, N.?T,CE TO APPEAR
To: Neville M. ffhatterly.
c/o tieneral Delivery,
South Port. North Carolina .
Tou are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed aRalnst you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
other pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on I'laintlffa attorney, SHFM.DoN N
LELCHUK, 703 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami 32. Florida, and file the original
Answer or pleading in the Office of
the Clerk of th. Circuit Court in and
for Dade County. Florida, on or be-
fore the Mh day of March, 1954; oth-
erwise, the allegations of the Rill of
Complaint will be taken aa confessed
by you.
DATED this 2th day of January,
1954.
B. B. I.EATllERMAN.
il.rk of the circuit Court
By Wit. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
2/S-12-19-26
the ci,.,k .,r th.. circuit
i' County. Florida
monroe'd&on dann' ^"-'--
Attorna) for Applb-ant
in, (i|.\ mpla Bldg.
- S,i-|2
Lf. e,,H:E.,^'RCU,T COURT OF THE
l|LrtmErN.TH.i0D,C,AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY? No. 1M4M
OaWTRUDE KI.ISll. Plaiml.f,
VH.
MAX CUI8H. l-.-f.-n.lant
to: uJFSJST d,vorce
41 Fall view
Pi iKenfieiii, New .1.
TOU are hereby notified thai a Bill
or lomplaint for Divorce has been
"led against you. and you an- ,,..
''.',', !,',' "erve 'uy of y"r Answer
or I leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, KKSSI.Klt ft
OARft 17sl> W Flagler Rtnaet. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the ( ircult Court on or before the
Mth day of March. 1054. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against yon for the relief de-
nianded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
*'ai'.w.'.'pk f'"' f""r consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F LORIDIAN.
D9JIE AN" ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this llh day of February,
A.D. 1954.
Illlitl >': I.EATHERMAN,
'lerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By w.M. w. STOCKING,
Via Sa '"-1 SeH" DeputJ Clerk
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2'852-B
RE: ESTATE dF
PAt'I- CHANTtiN'. Deeenaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge aa Executrix of the
eatate of I'ACL CHA.NTOX. deceased:
and that,, on the nth day of M.nrh.;
19S4. f will apply fia ,thp Honorah^^5, C
County .lniW|:a of Dailn- i'uiuy, 4>t- !p
kith the "'- h'.'-h>'- "quired to
file
n .mil''"' "' ""'d ''""", ><>"' wrlt-
rV I1'!h"'':'-'" "*'d I"'" eeding on
Four *ri!!rr, '" "'' wt"' "Id clerk
LlVZ" '' '"naea, If any. to the
WIbv U-1 .1'"' ;" ,hc """" P'cs.llli-
t" rlth't ,',T;':" ",'"ln u" ,he ""
Ir'y claimed by
J'"lgme>,
i Herein fall not,
fdefault* b e,Uered Ent
>MwS8a7'yJrB1 a,.,d ;he e*1 f
loriru ,hl"' tM'*Tl" "> County.
^ >. this ti, aay of Kebruary.
n a iKvT"i:'(MAN'.
Hv .'h.'.' ahov "'vied court
B> W.M \v STOCKINO,
'M>.2 l!T}> l''rk
\t! TH0ET,cfRCB,T,TPy5UCAT|ON
[LORioA H,,iUD;C AL CIRCUIT OF
f'-MRE I! vPvHA5NC.ERY- No. 1M7
I v. ZIM.AI.E, Plaintiff.
^.Sj-ir^^"""1
LT"i 'e h"."',"M"
Lf^Sfcaft'tS; ":',,if"'d' bi
P? Mains \,,''," "'*"'ce has been
L_'",""t "" th.. iiii.'' >."ur *na. r or
n.^latlff" ,, "' ('o'i>lalni on
'Alts. ,-., '....... KESH1.ER
te?'- H-..H,; \\::r". "" --eet,
< no ao,
-i you for
"^S, Uiis ..:i'"'MlF:i> Mtaml.
dy of February.
SBfcJf
lls
i-B,
'-lh
V* ,^*') Deputy CtortJ
Ida, for approval of ,-aajd final reiiort.
and for final dlsehafge as Executrix
of the EaUte of FALL CHANTON.
deceased.
This 8th day of February, IS54.
ROSA CHANTON JACOBS
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
2/12-1J-28 1/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1MZ77
T. C. FRELL. Plaintiff.
vs.
KLORENCF: It. FRELL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FIjOREXCE B. FREI.I.
c/o Irving Frisenmsn Esq.
11 W. Washington St
Chicago I, Illinois
TOU ARE HEREUT NOTIFIED
that suit for divorce has lieen filed
against you in the above styled Court,
and you are hereby required to file
copy of your Answer to the Complaint
for Divorce fllefl against you on the
Plaintiffs Attorneys. BISHOP AND
i'Iiuii, 435 Hi.il. ..h Dilve. Ilialeah,
Florida, and file the original aald Ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
above styled Court, on or before the
12th day of March. 1!5. otherwlae a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated at Miami, Dade County. Flor-
ida, this th day of February. 1954.
E. It. I.EATllERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
nf Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
2/12-I9-28 3/5
sN^H.-CIRCU,T CC,URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 163t
EVE o'NEII.l,. Plaintiff
HUGH O-NBILL, Def.ndani
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HUGH '1x1:11.1.
ISM Thleriot Avenue
New York. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled ran-,' and you are here-
by teipiireii to aerve oopy of your
Anew to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file Un-
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or befoi. [hi I'hIi
day of March. 1914, otherwise a Decree
Pro c,.i,f,.s,. will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaecutive weeks
111 THE JEWISH F l.i HI II HAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, thia 12th
day" of Fehruarv, 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuir Coui t
By: W.M. W. HTOCK1NO,
Deputy 1'lerk
PALLOT, RILER MCI.I.OY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7MI Congress liuilding, Miami, Florida
^^-ii V-Vrv
.r-.u
..'iiu
spin
or ice .BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1648M
1LSE ROUAL. Plnlnliff.
EMANCEL KOGAL. D^ndanr
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RMANUEL HOOAL.
569 W. !H2nd St..
New York 35. New York _._.^_
TOU ARE Hr^K^PT NOTIFIED
that a bill of complaint for divorce
haa been filed against > ou. and you
are required to eerrc a copy m.jour
answer or pleartliuj to aald bill of
complaint upon the plalntlfra attor-
ney. SAMI-EI. VOOSLBAI .M :^
N.E. tnd Avenue. Miami S2, Florida,
and file the original answer or Plead-
ing In the office ot the lerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the xxna
day of March. IMC If Von falj.to do
so. Judgment by defatdt ill be taken
against you for the Wart demanded In
the bill of complaint
DATED at Miami. Honda, this luth
day of Fcbrusr
ST,
:. Clock
flerli i>f l>e Circuit Court
By WM. W sT.a-KI.Nii
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR CHAOC
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166408
HARRY COOPER Plaintiff,
RO8E COOPER. Defendant
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE C()PER
57 Almont St.
Malrleu, Mass.
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Anawer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney,, WII.LI A M II
HAMILTON. 242 Civic Rldg.. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Anawer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on- or before the
25th day of March, J954. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will bo
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice ahall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
III THE JEWISH FMIKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 12th day of FVhruary,
A.D. 1954.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM W STOCKING.
fCircult Court Baall Deputy Clerk
WII.I.IAM II HAMILTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/19-26 J/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
A ,
->--------a*-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the .undersigned, rtealrlror to engage In
business under the fictitious name "i
I'ANY *r2nd Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to reslati
name with the Clerk ..r the Circuit
Court of Dade Counts', Florida
1:1 s RKNCHEH, INC.,
a Florida Corporation -sole owner
PALLOT, SILVER A: MULLOY
Attorney for in ,i,r
Till Conc.ii.- Rldl\, Miami, Fin.
2 12 -111 L'H -
~~------'."1',,,'tl-------------
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiiii.-i signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FASH-N-CIP.I. ,',,, Ill W. 42nd
Street, MJsnil Beach. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
l-ountv'." rtiiL!" U'1 9** Dade
./2-I9-2,- 5/5 ,a:T" ^^
. NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
SU.NT.T' 'N CHANCERY. No. 166492
FRF.D II. FRANKE, Plaintiff.
ROSE FRANKE. D.-fcrtant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE I'ltANKi:.
2..20 l.eland Avenue.
Chicago, Illinois
You are hereby notified that a Rill
Of lomplaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnat you, and you are requir-
ed to aerve OOP* bf your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attornevs, MYERS
HE MAN KAPLAN, (M Seybold
Bullillng, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Anawer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 21th duA- of March.
IM4. If you full to do ao. Jiidtrmenr bv
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each work for four conaecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOR1DAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this nith day of FVbiuarv,
A.D. liS4.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
1 lerk, Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida.
By M. C. GREEN,
(t ircuil Coin t Real) I leputy Clerk.
MYEltS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney* for Plaintiff
65(1 Seybold BulldlBf, Miami, Florida.
2/19-26 a/5-12________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 1M088
CARL C. LIK.NAC, Plaintiff,
vs.
HERTHA ADKLE AMALIA
LIENAL, Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HERTHA ADELE AMALIA
LJENAU
M)"7 Bradley Boulevard
Bethaeda, Mar>lnd.
TOP ARE HEREBY MOTIFIBD,
that a Bill of Cunplaiiit for Dtvoroe
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a' copy of your
Answer on the plalntlfra attorney,
CHARLES I cofRSHON, 311 Lln-
nilii< Kiaei. MIM11I leeach, Florida, and
file, tlie.rlfMal.Anawer in the offlc
of Die Cleric'of the Circuit Court. 01
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE or uie t.iera or the t ircult c ourt, on
tTh^-WCIAL-ClWulT BF' oc-lTef.e(|t.e S*h dAV of Mar.h. 1954.
r, U)h alleaatii^fN oX.-gaid Bill of Com-
plaint win be taken as confessed.
DONE AND ORDERED, lit Miami.
Florida, thia 3rd day of February, 1954.
E li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By H. M. RICK, JR.,
2/1S-2S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31518
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAUL JOSEPH PKARLMAN,
a/k/a SAUL 1. PEAKLMAN
a/k/a S JOSEPH PEARLMAN,
a/k/a 8. J. PEARLMAN, M I).,
l)ecea*ied
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aaalnat Said
Eatate:
You. and each nf you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
.hums and demanda which you. or
either of you, may have against the
eatate of. SAUL JOSEPH PEARL-
MAN, etc., deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of IHide County, and
file the same In their offices In the
Countv Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
fr.iiii the date of the flrat publication
hereof s'ald claims or demand! to
contain the legal address nf the claim-
ant iiinl to be sworn to and presented
aa aforesaid, or same "ill be barred.
Date F'ebruarv 2. AD 1954.
IRENE PEARLMAN.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of
SAUL JOSEPH PEAHI.MAN, etc.
1 '< 1 eased.
THEODORE J BAKOWITC
Mi.rney for Executrix
2,5-12-19-M
J. E. MARQUA
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAl BUTE MART ^Se%?
an a.m. to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. It4 AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. CASE No. 166201
JAMES 1. DOHERTY anil IRENE
M. DOHERTY, his wife. Plaintiffs.
va.
All persons claiming any eatate,
right, title or intereat In, or
Hen upon, the real property
herein deacrlbed, or any part
thereof: Dcfi-ndants
AMENDED SUMMONS
THE STATE OF' FLORIDA
TO: All persons claiming any eatate.
right, title, or interest in, or
Hen upon, the real property
herein described, or any part
thereof.
Defendants, Creetlnga:
You are hereby notified that a pro-
el eilimr to Quiet Title hns been
In might In the Circuit Court for IIAdo
County, Florida, againat all persons
claiming any eatate, right, title or
interest in, or lien upon the following
described real property, situate In
Dade County. Florida, to wit:
Lots 21 and 22. according to the
amended plat of City Line Park,
as record 0,1 in Plat Hook 10.
Page 15, inibllc Records of Dade
County, Florida
and you are hereby required to file
with the Clerk of said Court your writ-
ten appearance personally, or by at-
tnrncy, in said proceeding, on or be-
fore the Mth day of March. 1954. and
thereafter to file with aald clerk your
written defenaes, if any, to the Bill
of Complaint at the times prescribed
bjf Law, therein netting up the estate,
rlgbt. title, or Interest Tn. or lien upon.
the above described property claimed
I> Mm. Herein fall not, or Judgment
will be entered against you by De-
fault.
WITNESS my hand and seal of aald
court at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this 16th dav of February, 1954.
1: 1: lf:atherma.n.
aa Clerk of above styled court
(Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
(court aeal)
t/lt-M .1.5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under ihe fictitious narH.- of
AD PUNCHES in U II i
Avenue, Miami, .Florida, Amends !
1 said name with tin- Cll
the Circuit Court of Dade .CounD,
Florida.
BUS BENCHES, INC,
a Florida Corporation torn owner
PALLOT, SILVER K MULLOY
Attorney* for owner
..jress Hid*.. .Alia..... l'l.,.
-IMill illl'i 1.1 1------*~,----m,)|h----^-.---------
iht :TH4a'.-cvKutrr iCooRiriOF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166537
BESSIE MAE POPE, JR., Plaintiff
vs.
I.oYD CLINTON POPE, JR.,
I i.-i.nda it
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
to: Lord Clinton Pom, Jr.
2."i7 s Oakwood Boulevard
Deli..it, Michigan
Yon aie hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
Hied .itninsi >ou. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Con ;
on the Plaintiffs attornevs. Kl'.--
BLER ^ OARS, I7M \\\ Flatrl.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the afflM
the Cl.rk of the circuit Court on or
before the 22nd day of March, 11*51.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against > 011 for 1
relief demanded In the Bill of 1
plaint.
lame and Ordered at Miami. I'loi
this 17th day of February. 1M4.
EC. II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
By WM. \V. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/19-26 I/5-1J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16650J
[ANNIE FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN
c 11 Mrs id.1 PYtedman
407 K. 98th Street
Brooklyn 12, New York.
Vi 'I' ARE HEREBY NoTlFlU>
that a Bill of Complaint for IMvorce,
haa I" en filed against you in the al-ie
entitled cause and you are herebj
'inired to aerve a copy of your Answ r
to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff! attorneys, and die the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of I a
Circuit Court on or before the I
day of March. ltS4, otherwise a-De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
.against you.
Thia notice ahall he published once
. oh week for four consecutive we~\s
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
hale,I at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of F'eliruat-. I9.",4.
E. P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
B) WM W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER ft MUI.ttOY
Attornevs for Plaintiff
701 Congresa Building. Miami. Florida.
2/19-26 3/5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Pi
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAM Kl UN S MODERN MAS-
BAGE, at M*J N E 2nd Ave., lnten :>
to register said name with the c|. k
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'y.
Florida.
WILLIAM KUHN. Sole Own.
2'19-26 3 "i-12
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 294*9 B
RE: ESTATE OF
KATHERINE FERDA. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f<-'
Final Discharge as h:\ecutor of the
estate of KATHERINE FKRIiA, de-
ceased: and that on the 22nd day ..(
March. IM4, will appl\ t.> the Horn- -
able FRANK B, DOWLINO, County
Judge of Dade County. Florida,
approval of said final report anil I
Onal dlschai-ge as Executor of the
Batata "f KATHERINE PERDA. de-
ceasi 1
This 17th dav of February. IM4
a/ MAURICE KKRfIA, Executor
MAX It SILVER
Ittorney for Executor
922 Seybold Building, Miami. Florldj.
2,19-26 J/5-12
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Isolationism in University
Life Ends, Dr. Belkin Says
The trend towards isolationism
in university life is at an end," Dr.
Samuel Belkin, president of Ye-
shiva University in New York, said
last week at a reception in honor
of himVelf and Max J. Etra at the
Sterling Hotel.
Some 200 supporters of the na- j this year be conferred posthumous-
tioiVs first Jewish-sponsored uni- ly upon Monnelt B. Davis. United
versify heard Dr. Belkin assert States Ambassador to Israel until
his death last December, it was an-
nounced this week by Mrs. Rebecca
+J#*siJM&L
rWDAV, raggABY jHj
Davis to be Honored
In Memoriam at
Hadassah Meet
NEW YORKThe sixth annual
Henrietta Szold Award for dis-
tinguished humanitarian service,
established by Hadassah, the Wom-
en's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, in memory of its founder, will

that "our universities must inte
grate themselves into their com-
munities and perform community
wide service." He said that "in the
struggle for men's minds, the uni-
versity bears a primary responsi-
bility for helping to mold their
thinking."
Etra, recently named chairman
of the Board of Trustees of Ye-
shiva, pointed out that the budget
Schulman. national president of
Hadassah.
The award ceremony will climax
the Mid-Winter Conference of Ha-
dassah, which will be held at the
Park Sheraton Hotel in New York
from February 28th through March
3rd. The ceremony itself will be
held on the afternoon of March
i ~,j.,r. o ihn Greater Miami hotel industry join fasces with the 1954 Combined Jewish Jfc
"f? wJn mrXZh to riqhti are Jack Mura*chick. chairman of the CJA Hotel Divis2
6v ?hoWp"oXeph Rose! Sam Schechter. Ralph Lachmar, Joe Dall.tt and Na. **
Seated (front row. left to right) are Jack Fishman. Douglas Raff. Joe Gardner and campak,
chairman Aaron M. Kanner. ________________________________________________
of the university has increased 3rd at the Hotel ArtOf. __m
from a figure of $243,000 in 1943- The award will be accepted
when Dr. Belkin assumed the presi- behalf of the <*"*"
dency-to some one and one-half Ambassador by his son. Thomas 1
millions for the 1954 fiscal year.
He said that Yeshiva University's
2.000 students come from 38 states
and 11 foreign ountries. There are
now eight divisions and schools,
with the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, now under construction,
slated to become the ninth unit
next year.
Thus marks the 25th year of Ye-
shiva's College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences, Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein.
who served as toastmastcr. stated,
"and it has been acclaimed one of
the finest in the country. Our grad-
uate schools, through such publica-
tions as Scripta Mathematica have
become equally well known."
Isidore Goldberg, of Miami
Beach, served as chairman of the
reception committee.
Manischewiti Kasha
Soup Rtv'ms Popularity
Of Old family Favorite
Think back to the days of good
old-fashioned cooking and one of
the things remembered with a real
Davis. Mrs. Davis will attend the rf nostalgia is Kasha-hearty,
ceremony. Speakers will include
John F. Simmons. Chief of Proto-
Rig-Veda Discussed
Beth El radio hour, over station
WMIE, Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m..
will present Dr. Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky in an address entitled:
Parables From the Rig-Veda, a dis-
cussion of some of the parables
contained in the book of wisdom
of the ancient Hindus and their
application to modern man and
times.
col. United States Government, and
Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to
the United States.
Previous recipients of the Hen-
rietta Siold Award were former
President Harry Truman. Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt, Prof. Selman
Waksman, Senator Herbert H. Leh-
man and Supreme Court Justice
William O. Douglas.
Masada im Hold
Daneo Saturday
Miami Beach Masada Young Adult
Zionists will have its largest fund
raising affair of the year before its
next general membership meeting.
A "champagne dance" will take
place at the Monte Carlo Hotel on
Saturday. February 27th, 9 p.m.
Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz. instructor
of languages at the University of
Miami, will speak at the group's
next general meeting on Thursday.
March 4th. 9:15 p.m., at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Meetings are presided over by-
Archie Goodwin. A social, featur-
ing refreshments and dancing by
candlelight will follow the business
i and program part of the meeting.
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MORNING
delicious brown kasha with its sat
isfying. nut-like flavor.
Today, with the growing popu-
larity of Manischewitz Kasha Soup,
this old-time standby is making a
strong comeback on the family
menu; the fine flavor and sound
nutritional quality of buckwheat
groats are regaining for kasha the
appreciation it deserves.
One of the reasons for this re-
vival is the fact that Manischewitz
Kasha Soup is actually more than
just a soup. It is a naturally nour-
ishing cereal food that fills an
important nutritional need in the
family diet. And it is a pareve
food that is equally delicious as a
soup, as a side dish with meats, as
a stuffing for roast poultry, as a
filling for krcplach and varnish-
kes, as an "extender" for meat loaf
and as the basis for countless meat
and dairy dishes.
Served simply as a soup, Manis-
chewitz Kasha Soup makes a won-
derful hot luncheon dish for young-
sters home from school or in from
play. In addition, in condensed
form, as it comes from the can,
it can be heated and topped with
sour cream to make a quick light
meal in itself.
Manischewitz Kasha Soup is
available at neis;hb<>rh'v>d grocery
stores, along with the entire line
of other fine Manischewitz Soups.
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Candidacy for Post
George Hollahan. South Miami
attorney, announced Monday at
Tallahassee that he has qualified as
a candidate for state legislature,
Group 3, "in another active step to
seek constructive progress through
civic welfare measures for Flor-
ida."
Hollahan. 35. has resigned as as-
sistant state's attorney after ap-
pointment last summer by the late
Gcv. Dan MeC'arty and has taken
a three-month leave of absence as
South Miami municipal judge to
make the race.
The candidate was in Orlando
Saturday as a representative at the
slate constitutional revision meet-
ing which was attended by guber-
natorial candidates and picked
state civic leaders. There, he dis-
CtlSSSd Dade Count>\ MUM and
net dl In Florida's overall planning.
Miami educated. Hollahan at-
tended Shen.indoah Klementary.
Miami Senior High and Riverside
Military Academy, In 1942, he re
i.imiI the BS degree in Business
Administralion and in 1949. hi law
a' the University ol Miami
For three and a half years dur-
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rMDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1954 -Jmistftodto r#7 U S And Soviet Vie For Arab Friendship PAGE 9 B By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Ttlearaphic Agency UNITED NATIONS—An unseem ; ly rivalry for Arab favors is developing here between the Russians and the Americans as a result of the fact that the Palestine dispute has now become involved in the Cold War. For a long time, this issue was somehow able to escape the Great Power struggle, but the veto cast by Andrei Vishinsky, the Soviet delegate, in the Security Council's debate on the Jordan River hydroelectric scheme, was truly a sinister foreshadow of things to come. Once again, the Western FtJaVers were caught off balance although they had sufficient warning to sense what was going to happen. In order to make up for what they evidently considered the damage done to their prestige in the Middle East, there was such a scramble when the Security Council met next to take up the Israeli complaint about the Egyptian blockade of their goods passing through the Suez Canal, that they fell over each other. Instead of accepting the veto, and announcing that they had done their best to solve the problem of the power project, and that in any case their proposal had the backing of the majority, State Department officials apparently sat up late at night biting their nails. The Soviets could have been exCongratulations were in order here last week as Lee B. Wailes, representing George B. Storer, owner, told Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach (center) that the new publishing home of the Miami Beach Sun is dedicated to the service of the public. Leon C. McAskill (right) publisher of the daily and Sunday newspaper, formerly known as the Miami Beach Florida Sun, announced its change of name. posed for what they are doingmuddying the waters of Palestine which, in the case of the Jordan River hydroelectric scheme, has more truth than poetry. But these worried officials could think of nothing but appeasing the Arabs. So Henry Cabot Lodge came down from Washington with their plan in his pocket—only he forgot to inform his Allies. The Egyptians had submitted counter-complaint to the Israeli complaint, on the night before the Security Council met; it was a stale, trumped up charge that Israel had violated the armistice agreements in the El Auja demilitarized zone. When the meeting opened, Sir Gladwyn Jebb of the United Kingdom opposed putting this complaint on the agenda; he said that it had not been received in time, which it had not. Mr. Vishinsky, in his self-appointed role of protector of the Arabs, leapt to their defence; he insisted on its inclusion. Rather belatedly, Mr. Lodge then formally propo'lpd that the Egyptian item be included on the agenda. Sir Gladwyn found himself hanging in mid-air; he landed as gracefully as he could, but he was obviously embarrassed. However, the French delegate, M. Henri Hopnenot. who had supported him in opposing the Egyptian move, did not seem to realize that the Americans were intent on appeasing the Arabs and became more and more forceful in his opposition. He was left rather red-faced when the Council accepted the American motion without a vote. Of course, neither the British nor the French representatives had been informed of what the Americans intended to do, and they were rightly annoyed at the disarray in which they found themselves. Under tne circumstances, with this unholy rivalry going on, it is difficult to forecast what the Security Council will do about the Egyptian blockade. If ever Israel had an open and shut case, it is this one; and everyone admits this here. Not only have the Egyptians defied a Security Council order to stop the blockade, but they have shown their contempt for the United Nations by actually extending it to include foodstuffs and beyond the Suez Canal in the Gulf of Akaba. However, even if the Security Council does nothing because of the power politics over this issue. the Court of World Public Opinion will issue a judgment in favor of Israel. Post, Present Seen in Talk At Hebrew Speaking Group Hebrew Speaking Group of Greater Miami will meet on Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Horovitz, 826 Pennsylvania Avenue. The meeting will feature an address by Simcha Rubinstein, Hebrew educator and author. His topic is scheduled as: Past And Present In Combat For Supremacy. Also appearing will be Harry Perach in a discussion of the daily readings from the Prophets. A resume of Israeli current events will be given by Mrs. David Freedman. Mrs. Esther Perach and Irving Shalom will conclude the program with community singing. MADErRCSHDAILY TRY IT...You'll Like It §JtL SmooJthsA.1 Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Ja&tWL. 1 jUcifot/ Recommended at a basic Health Food Custard smooth, easy to digest. Mode fresh daily F in Miami from locally produced milk. CARE Sends Parcels to Israel for Passover NEW YORK—A new CARE Pass over Food package, including 2 ounces of instant coffee, for famillM IM Israel during the holidays u.is iinnounced this week by Paul Comly French, CARE executive director. Through special p e rmission granted by the Israeli Government, the coffee, equivalent to one pound of regular coffee, will be received in the country duty-free. The package may be ordered for $12. Other contents of the package include a whole canned chicken, 15 ounces of corned beef loaf, 2 pounds of tablet sugar, 32 ounces of granulated sugar. 32 ounces of peanut oil. 15 ounces of macaroons, 1 pound of assorted unshelled nuts, 1 pound of chocolate, 1 pound of butter, 1 pound of dried prunes, 15 ounces of raisins, 1 pound of dried apples and 1 ounce of black pepper. HtHtitACTUUD if Sunny Shook Qjwumhy, 9**. Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami, Fla. Now — Distributors of Nfcwi STRICTLY KOSHER MOTHER'S PAREVE MARGARINE The Opera Guild of Greater Miami PRESENTS IL TROVATORE WITH GREAT METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS WITH JUSSI BJOERLING ASTIID VARNAY ROBERT WEEDE CLARAMAE TURNER Fab. II, Mar. 1, Deta Ceasta A"' Mar. I, Mlaal Stack see. 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j^y, FEBRUARY 26,19M +Je*l**nt>rtala ll m LEGAL NOTICI wvricE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE K/JENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF E hnBiDA IN AND FOR DADE KSSTV IN CHANCERY, NO. 16W3S J(|" l'"i,i,lMi, Pl.lntlff. r.DTiir'i: KOI.MND, Defendant. |* R1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE V( ,r:, 1 :; •;:::, ;;: > r.r.^ ha.>. |f L'oinplaiut for I'n ,,,„,., you. and you are requlr11", ,' Jen >!>} <>f your Anawer or |f:j ,, the Bill of Comnlnlnt on I ,'. „.,iiffH Attorney, WALTER E. ITWIVN" "- '' lsil BulUMw. 4.; \.w. I'V, %  '..',-. Miami, Florida, and file •the oriiriniil Answer or l'leadinic In I .Ifflre of the Clerk of the Circuit Irniirl "ii or before the fourth day of I Man h l!."4. K you fall to do ao, Jud*-Imeni in default will be taken aRalnst lyoufor the relief demanded In the Bill I Th'l""'>tn •• ahall be published once I .aeh week for four conaecutive weeks ta TMK JEWISH F'l.oEll.lAN. II'.NK AND ORDERED at MUn.l. Florida, this lat day of February,,A-D. ISib LEGAL NOTICE PAGEUP B K. II. I.KATHERMAJsi Clerk, Circuit -Court, i >; %  ,!.County, Tint-Ida 'Olio wunij, a .... .., M Mv WM. W. STOCKING. (Cfcviril Court Seal) Deputy (Jerk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51429 Notice I" hereby Riven that Julea Prarliiian. holder nf City of Miami Tax Kale Certificate Nnmbereil T.'.S, dated ihe dh day of June. A.D. 1851. haa filed mud Certificate in my office, and haa made n|i|.Mention for tax deed t" I Issue thereon in HI -cm-dance with law. Bald Certifleate embraces the followi Sue iles. iilicd property, altuated In bade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot K, lesa Weat 15 feet, Block I. Clr.vton HelRhta I'lut Book 21, Pare I". In the City of Miami, ty uf I hide, Slate of Florida. The aaaesament of aald property unCprttflcate issued waa in the M of Unknown. Unleaa aald Cer%  sh.ill be redeemed aeeordlnR tn law, tax deed will laaue thereon [en the lOlh day of March. A.I). 19.".4. Dated this 1st day of February, | All I9.".. r T: I.EATllERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court, I aide County, Florida I sc STEKRETT. D.C. I firrult Court Seal I: ".-i:-n IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1661*6 111 .HICKS, aim known us %  HKItlll'MtT S HICKS and F'l.ORA l.\ HICKS, Ins wife, ami ISAMIEL liARRLlCK, Plaintiffs. \r. KKSSI.ER. wife of |l.uris KKs.si.?:i{, if living and herwikai>ii heira. deviaeea, mcaleea or crnntee*, If dead, and %  II persons l.uinlnR any estate, ri*ht. title or Interest In. or llen~ Dpea the rtnl property Herein klenvribelaar any part thereof, I.v. (throuch or under KESSLEtt, rife of l.i .1 hi KE*S4.k. ,;, Defeadnntk. WE MTATF: (>P.FM>KIIA. TO: The above named' PebmdasHs arid an inrauna %  l.unilnr. any• %  estate, *ht. title or Intereat In. or Hen Minn, the real property herein deacribed. or ni wrt thereof, Iiefendanta, Crcrtinira: Ion are hereby notified that a pro*dln to remove a cloud on title haa en brought in the circuit court for %  AUK count*. Florida, against the move named [ .efendanta. and all perM ehlniuiK any eatate, rlRht, title 'r interest ,,.. ,„ ||en upon, the folL f.St"''' "'" al property, altuate %  i lADh count.-.. Florida, to wit: '> II. A (sometimes described aiiLots 12 and 13), 14. 15 and It KWrduiR to the plat thereof ren I'lat llook 19 at paRe l twlna %  reaubdWltdoa of Ix>ts iL-'i'J ""' ,3 J ,,I,M, 3 "t flrat ai'iHuleii ,„,,, ,,, Wint.ricardena, U Keorded In Plat Book 5. I'aae Pnit >,,„ NOT4CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIci; is HF.RKHV (1IVK.N II, ,t •ler.iKue.l, dealrinR t. Vniaa" in u.'Ib'iTV!"" 1 ",'' h -; "•••"-"-"'.f i EL al 41.1 N.W. Mth Street Miami KpilriRs, / „,, ,„ ,„' %  ter aald in,,,,,. lirk „, (h „ Circuit Courl of Dade Cpuntv Plorld, MTBL LX)lUORATION _._ Sole Own, RICHARD A MlltMI-K Attys. £.'"!'!'' %  '",'' A l'i "'--nu fin.. I.lnoiili, itoau LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW name uiti Court of NOTICE UNDER rjCTiT^OU. NOTICI: is HERE1IY fJI\'EN that the undcralRiu-d, desiring t., HW Kl ,„ bUMlnesM under the fictitious nanie of ACCURATE P.I SINKss MA, I vi's to^ALtiP! 'i 1 -"^ 1 'l!l -'""tendto reRlMer aald name ill, the clerlt Florida U "' 1>Hdc Count >. Mi'PTiiN l(IDi:i!MAN %  Ma .. .. s le Owner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under alaned. de-lilng to enaaRe in buaineaa under the fi.titlouj. name of A.B.C. HOME IMPROVEMENT CO l 'ST'at !" Seybold llldg., Miami, F la intends to reRiHter aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida 2/.2-I9.2. %  D.r 1 K ? !" ** IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, INK AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1569 AUDREY H. SH1TTKKLT, Flain,iH NEVIUL.E M. SHl.'TTERl.Y, Defendant m v, N .? T,CE TO APPEAR To: Neville M. ffhatterly. c/o tieneral Delivery, South Port. North Carolina Tou are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed aRalnst you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or other pleading to the Bill of Complaint on I'laintlffa attorney, SHFM.DoN N LELCHUK, 703 Seybold Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading in the Office of the Clerk of th. Circuit Court in and for Dade County. Florida, on or before the Mh day of March, 1954; otherwise, the allegations of the Rill of Complaint will be taken aa confessed by you. DATED this 2th day of January, 1954. B. B. I.EATllERMAN. il.rk of the circuit Court By Wit. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 2/S-12-19-26 the ci,.,k .,r th.. circuit i' County. Florida MONROE'D&ON DANN ^"-'-Attorna) for Applb-ant in, (i|.\ mpla Bldg. S,i-|2 Lf. e,, H : E .,^' RCU,T COURT OF THE l| L rtm E r N TH .i 0D,C,AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. IN CHANCERY? No. 1M4M OaWTRUDE KI.ISll. Plaiml.f, VH. MAX CUI8H. l-.-f.-n.lant TO: UJFSJST D,VORCE 41 Fall view Pi iKenfieiii, New .1. TOU are hereby notified thai a Bill or lomplaint for Divorce has been "led against you. and you an,,.. ''.',', !,',' erve uy of y" r Answer or I leading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, KKSSI.Klt ft OARft 17SL> W Flagler Rtnaet. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the ( ircult Court on or before the Mth day of March. 1054. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief denianded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once *' ai '£. w .'.' pk f '"' f "" r consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F LORIDIAN. !" D 9J IE AN ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this llh day of February, A.D. 1954. Illlitl >' : I.EATHERMAN, 'lerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida %  By w.M. w. STOCKING, •Via Sa '"1 SeH DeputJ Clerk IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2'852-B RE: ESTATE dF PAt'ICHANTtiN'. Deeenaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge aa Executrix of the eatate of I'ACL CHA.NTOX. deceased: and that,, on the nth day of M.nrh.; 19S4. f will apply fia ,thp Honorah^^5 C County .lniW|:a of Dailni'„uiuy, 4>t!p kith the "'h '.'h >'%  "•quired to file %  n .mil''"' "' ""' d ''""" ><>"' %  wrltrV I 1 '!h"'':'-'" "*' d I"'" eeding on Four *ri!!r r '" "'' wt "' "Id clerk LlVZ" '' '"naea, If any. to the WIbv U1 .1'"' ; ,hc """•" P'cs.lllit" rlth't ,',T;' : '" ln u ,he "" I r 'y claimed by J'"lgme>, i Herein fall not, fdefault* b e,Uered Ent >MwS 8 a7' y Jr B 1 a, ,d ; he %  e 1 f loriru hl "' • t M '*T l •"> County. ^ >. this „ti, aay of Kebruary. n A i K v T "i:'(MAN'. Hv •.' h .'.' ahov "'vied court B> W.M \v STOCKINO, 'M>.2 l!T }> l '' rk \t! TH 0 E T, cf RC B ,T,T P y5 UCAT| ON [LORio A H ,,i UD ;C AL CIRCUIT OF f'-MRE I! vPv HA 5 NC ERY No. 1M7 I v. ZIM.AI.E, Plaintiff. ^.Sj-ir^^""" 1 L T "i 'e h"."'," M Lf^Sfcaft'tS; ":', ,if "' d BI P? Mains \,,''," "'*"'ce has been L_'" ""t "" th.. IIII.'' > ." ur *na. r or n.^latlff" ,, "' ( 'o'i>lalni on '•Alts. ,-., KESH1.ER te?'H-..H,; \\::r". "•" --eet, < % %  no ao, -i you for "^ %  S, Uiis ..:i'"'MlF:i> Mtaml. d y of February. SBfcJf lls i-B, '-lh V* %  ,^*') Deputy CtortJ Ida, for approval of ,-aajd final reiiort. and for final dlsehafge as Executrix of the EaUte of FALL CHANTON. deceased. This 8th day of February, IS54. ROSA CHANTON JACOBS MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 2/12-1J-28 — 1/5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1MZ77 T. C. FRELL. Plaintiff. vs. KLORENCF: It. FRELL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FIJOREXCE B. FREI.I. c/o Irving Frisenmsn Esq. 11 W. Washington St Chicago I, Illinois TOU ARE HEREUT NOTIFIED that suit for divorce has lieen filed against you in the above styled Court, and you are hereby required to file copy of your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce fllefl against you on the Plaintiffs Attorneys. BISHOP AND I'IIUII, 435 Hi.il. ..h Dilve. Ilialeah, Florida, and file the original aald Answer in the office of the Clerk of the above styled Court, on or before the 12th day of March. 1!5. otherwlae a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this th day of February. 1954. E. It. I.EATllERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 2/12-I9-28 — 3/5 s N ^H£.CIRCU,T CC, URT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 163t EVE o'NEII.l,. Plaintiff HUGH O-NBILL, Def.ndani NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HUGH '1x1:11.1. ISM Thleriot Avenue New York. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that n Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled ran-,' and you are hereby teipiireii to aerve %  oopy of your Anew ,• to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file Unoriginal In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befoi. [hi I'HII day of March. 1914, otherwise a Decree Pro c,.i,f,.s,. will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four conaecutive weeks 111 THE JEWISH F l.i HI II HAN Dated at Miami, Florida, thia 12th day" of Fehruarv, 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuir Coui t By: W.M. W. HTOCK1NO, Deputy 1'lerk PALLOT, RILER MCI.I.OY Attorneys for Plaintiff 7MI Congress liuilding, Miami, Florida ^•^ %  -ii V-Vrv .r-.u ..'iiu spin or ice .BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1648M 1LSE ROUAL. Plnlnliff. EMANCEL KOGAL. D^ndanr NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RMANUEL HOOAL. 569 W. !H2nd St.. New York 35. New York _._.^_ TOU ARE Hr^K^PT NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for divorce haa been filed against > ou. and you are required to eerrc a copy m.jour answer or pleartliuj to aald bill of complaint upon the plalntlfra attorney. SAMI-EI. VOOSLBAI .M :^ N.E. tnd Avenue. Miami S2, Florida, and file the original answer or Pleading In the office ot the lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the xxna day of March. IMC If Von falj.to do so. Judgment by defatdt ill be taken against you for the Wart demanded In the bill of complaint DATED at Miami. Honda, this luth day of Fcbrusr ST, • :. Clock flerli i>f l>e Circuit Court By WM. W sT.a-KI.Nii FLORIDA IN ANO FOR CHAOC COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166408 HARRY COOPER Plaintiff, RO8E COOPER. Defendant 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE C()PER 57 Almont St. Malrleu, Mass. You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Anawer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,, WII.LI A M II HAMILTON. 242 Civic Rldg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor before the 25th day of March, J954. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will bo taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice ahall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks III THE JEWISH FMIKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 12th day of FVhruary, A.D. 1954. E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM W STOCKING. fCircult Court Baall Deputy Clerk WII.I.IAM II HAMILTON Attorney for Plaintiff 2/19-26 — J/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE A -> a*NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ^NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .undersigned, rtealrlror to engage In business under the fictitious name "i I'ANY r 2 nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to reslati name with the Clerk ..r the Circuit Court of Dade Counts', Florida 1:1 s RKNCHEH, INC., a Florida Corporation -sole owner PALLOT, SILVER A: MULLOY Attorney for in ,i,r Till Conc.ii.Rldl\, Miami, Fin. 2 12 -111 L'H ~~ '." %  1 ,,, 'tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uiiii.-i signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FASH-N-CIP.I. ,',,, „. Ill W. 42nd Street, MJsnil Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the l-ountv'." rtiiL!" U 1 9** Dade ./ %  2-I9-2,5/5 ,a:T ^^ NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE £S U NT .T' N CHANCERY. No. 166492 FRF.D II. FRANKE, Plaintiff. ROSE FRANKE. D.-fcrtant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE I'ltANKi:. 2..20 l.eland %  Avenue. Chicago, Illinois You are hereby notified that a Rill Of lomplaint for Divorce has been filed agalnat you, and you are required to aerve %  OOP* bf your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attornevs, MYERS HE MAN KAPLAN, (M Seybold Bullillng, Miami. Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21th duAof March. IM4. If you full to do ao. Jiidtrmenr bv default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each work for four conaecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLOR1DAN DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this nith day of FVbiuarv, A.D. liS4. E B. LEATHERMAN. 1 lerk, Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida. By M. C. GREEN, (t ircuil Coin t Real) I leputy Clerk. MYEltS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney* for Plaintiff 65(1 Seybold BulldlBf, Miami, Florida. 2/19-26 — a /5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 1M088 CARL C. LIK.NAC, Plaintiff, vs. HERTHA ADKLE AMALIA LIENAL, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HERTHA ADELE AMALIA LJENAU M)"7 Bradley Boulevard Bethaeda, Mar>lnd. TOP ARE HEREBY MOTIFIBD, that a Bill of Cunplaiiit for Dtvoroe has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a' copy of your Answer on the plalntlfra attorney, CHARLES I cofRSHON, 311 Llnnilii< Kiaei. MIM11I leeach, Florida, and file, tlie.rlfMal.Anawer in the offlc of Die Cleric'of the Circuit Court. 01 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE or uie t.iera or the t ircult c ourt, on TTH^-WCIAL ClWulT BF' oc-lTef.e ( |t.e S*h dAV of Mar.h. 1954. •r, U)H alleaatii^fN oX.-gaid Bill of Complaint win be taken as confessed. DONE AND ORDERED, lit Miami. Florida, thia 3rd day of February, 1954. E li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By H. M. RICK, JR., 2/1S-2S NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31518 In Re: ESTATE OF SAUL JOSEPH PKARLMAN, a/k/a SAUL 1. PEAKLMAN a/k/a S JOSEPH PEARLMAN, a/k/a 8. J. PEARLMAN, M I)., l)ecea*ied To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Aaalnat Said Eatate: You. and each nf you. are hereby notified and required to present any %  hums and demanda which you. or either of you, may have against the eatate of. SAUL JOSEPH PEARLMAN, etc., deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of IHide County, and file the same In their offices In the Countv Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months fr.iiii the date of the flrat publication hereof s'ald claims or demand! to contain the legal address nf the claimant iiinl to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same "ill be barred. Date F'ebruarv 2. AD 1954. IRENE PEARLMAN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of SAUL JOSEPH PEAHI.MAN, etc. 1 '< 1 eased. THEODORE J BAKOWITC Mi.rney for Executrix 2,5-12-19-M J. E. MARQUA FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAl BUTE MART ^SE %? %  • an • a.m. to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. It4 AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE No. 166201 JAMES 1. DOHERTY anil IRENE M. DOHERTY, his wife. Plaintiffs. va. All persons claiming any eatate, right, title or intereat In, or Hen upon, the real property herein deacrlbed, or any part thereof: Dcfi-ndants AMENDED SUMMONS THE STATE OF' FLORIDA TO: All persons claiming any eatate. right, title, or interest in, or Hen upon, the real property herein described, or any part thereof. Defendants, Creetlnga: You are hereby notified that a proel eilimr to Quiet Title hns been In might In the Circuit Court for IIAdo County, Florida, againat all persons claiming any eatate, right, title or interest in, or lien upon the following described real property, situate In Dade County. Florida, to wit: Lots 21 and 22. according to the amended plat of City Line Park, as record 0,1 in Plat Hook 10. Page 15, inibllc Records of Dade County, Florida and you are hereby required to file with the Clerk of said Court your written appearance personally, or by attnrncy, in said proceeding, on or before the Mth day of March. 1954. and thereafter to file with aald clerk your written defenaes, if any, to the Bill of Complaint at the times prescribed bjf Law, therein netting up the estate, rlgbt. title, or Interest Tn. or lien upon. the above described property claimed I•> Mm. Herein fall not, or Judgment will be entered against you by Default. WITNESS my hand and seal of aald court at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this 16th dav of February, 1954. 1: 1: LF:ATHERMA.N. aa Clerk of above styled court (Seal) By WM. W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk (court aeal) t/lt-M — .1.5-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,that the undersigned, desiring to engage In under ihe fictitious narH.of AD PUNCHES in U II i Avenue, Miami, .Florida, Amends !• 1 said name with tinCll the Circuit Court of Dade .CounD, Florida. BUS BENCHES, INC, a Florida Corporation torn owner PALLOT, SILVER K MULLOY Attorney* for owner %  ..jress Hid*.. .Alia l'l.,. -•—I— M ill ill l 'i 1. 1 1 *~, M ) |H ^-. iht :TH4a'.-cvKutrr iCooRiriOF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166537 BESSIE MAE POPE, JR., Plaintiff vs. I.oYD CLINTON POPE, JR., I i.-i.nda it NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Lord Clinton POM, Jr. 2."i7 s Oakwood Boulevard Deli..it, Michigan Yon aie hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Hied .itninsi >ou. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Con ; on the Plaintiffs attornevs. Kl'.-BLER ^ OARS, I7M \\\ Flatrl. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the afflM the Cl.rk of the circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of March, 11*51. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against > 011 for 1 relief demanded In the Bill of 1 plaint. lame and Ordered at Miami. I'loi this 17th day of February. 1M4. EC. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court By WM. \V. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) 2/19-26 — I/5-1J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16650J [•ANNIE FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff vs. CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN c 11 Mrs id.1 PYtedman 407 K. 98th Street Brooklyn 12, New York. Vi 'I' ARE HEREBY NoTlFlU> that a Bill of Complaint for IMvorce, haa I" en filed against you in the al-ie entitled cause and you are herebj 'inired to aerve a copy of your Answ r to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff! attorneys, and die the original in the office of the Clerk of I a Circuit Court on or before the I day of March. ltS4, otherwise a-Decree Pro Confesso will be entered .against you. Thia notice ahall he published once oh week for four consecutive we~\s in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. hale,I at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of F'eliruat-. I9.",4. E. P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court B) WM W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVER ft MUI.ttOY Attornevs for Plaintiff 701 Congresa Building. Miami. Florida. 2/19-26 — 3/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Pi business under the fictitious name of WILLIAM Kl UN S MODERN MASBAGE, at M*J N E 2nd Ave., lnten : %  > to register said name with the c|. k of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'y. Florida. WILLIAM KUHN. Sole Own. 2'19-26 — 3 "i-12 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 294*9 B RE: ESTATE OF KATHERINE FERDA. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition f<-' Final Discharge as h:\ecutor of the estate of KATHERINE FKRIiA, deceased: and that on the 22nd day ..( March. IM4, will appl\ t.> the Hornable FRANK B, DOWLINO, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, approval of said final report anil I Onal dlschai-ge as Executor of the Batata "f KATHERINE PERDA. deceasi 1 This 17th dav of February. 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PAGE 10 A + !(**§**> flr>rH*V> |FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1954 Mrs. Appel to Head Scholarship Affair This year's scholarship luncheon, an annual function of the Hebrew Academy Women, will be headed by Mrs. Benjamin Appel, past president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Home for the Aged and a Board member of the Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of the group, simultaneously announced the appointment of Mrs. Samuel Ritter as co-chairman of the luncheon scheduled for March 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at Hotel Good. According to Mrs. Appel. proceeds of the luncheon will go toward the scholarship fund maintained by the Academy Women, which benefits a majority of the 250 student body receiving partial or complete scholarships. Theme of the afternoon's program will be Et Livnot-Time To Build in conjunction with the present expansion program recently initiated by Academy officials. Included in the program will be a dramatic narration and musical selections by the Academy chorus, under the direction of Miriam Don nerstag. An added feature of the event will be the Miami Gypsy Trio, consisting of Madam Olga Bibor Stern, pianist. Mr. Charles Magda. cellist, and Elemer Horosonyi. violinist. All those present at the lunch eon, Mrs. Appel revealed, will be honored on a Golden Page in a special section of the forthcoming Pictorial Journal and Year Book. Local Dentists Aid School in Israel; Collect $10,000 at Seminar Here Greater MUmi Chapter of Alpha, ."An initial class of 15 students Omega Fraternity held a seminar j was ,, nr „']ed in a temporary buildon oral surt;'.-rv last week in the, ing Jast November," he said. 'The McAllister Hotel. Moderator was scnool w j|| he patterned upon American standards of dental eduShneur to be Discussed I. J. Schwartz, prominent Hebrew) and Yiddish poet, will present th. .second in a series ,„ lecture* 0 J Wednesday evening. March 3rd 9 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish' Center. Schwartz will discuss Zal man Sh neur, his l ife and writings" Dr Harry M. Seldln, chief of dent ;i | service in the New York City hospital system, vice president of 1 the American Society of Oral Sur-, geons end diplomats of the American Board of Oral Surgery. The seminar was held in the interesl "i the School Of Dentistry at (he Hebrew lniviT-.it>. Jerusalem. brat 1 Preceding the program. Dr, IrvLiving Book Series I To Open Monday The Living Book, a series of four lecture-discussions on Jewish history, culture and religion, will be opened on Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Center with a talk on the shaping of American Judaism. Dr. Moshe Davis, one of the foremost authorities on the history' of Jews in America, will be the initial speaker in the series being presented by the Center in cooperation with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Center, is serving as director of The Living Book. Provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Dr. Davis is holder of a distinguished record as a leader in the cultural and educational activities of the American Jewish community. His works include Jewish Religious Life and Institutions in America and The Shaping Of American Judaism. The latter book received the Louis La Med Award tor an outstanding contribution to Hebrew literature. Dr. Davis served as editor of the Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volumes, published by the Seminary in 1953, and is a regular contributor to scholarly publications. He is a co-director of the American Jewish History Center, a research institute recently established at the Seminary with Dr. Allan Nevins, Professor of American History at Columbia University, as director. Miami, Beach Sections Of Council Plan Forums Two programs have been plan-, ned for the March 3rd meetings of | the Miami and Miami Beach Divi-1 sions of the Greater Miami Section. | National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Division will meet at 1 Koubek Hall, 2705 SW 3rd Street, at 1:15 p.m Mrs. David Kirsh. proj gram chairman, has announced the presentation of a forum. Mrs. Gal-1 up's Poll, whose speakers will be the Florida candidates for the I'lutcil States House of Representa-, lives. Candidates Dante Fascell. Robert Givens. Jr.. Frederick B. Routh, 1 Charles Vocelle and Frances O. | Warriner will present their platforms to the group. Newspaper columnist Bill Baggs will act as moderator. Mrs. Arthur Reid. social legislation chairman for the Miami Division, is general chairman of the meeting. The Miami Beach Division will meet at 1:30 p m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs. David Catsman, chairman of the meeting, will present a panel discussion on The Aged In Our Homes And Community. Speakers will be Miss Barbara Jack, assistant director of the Welfare Planning Council. Maurice Pearlstein. executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Albert Comanor, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. There will be an open forum following the panel discussion. cation and is non-sectarian." the sum of $10,000 was raised here at the McAllister seminar. Those contributing were Doctors Melvin Becker. Sidney Rachlin, Stanley Eder. Riley Morris. Jack Beck with. Doran /inner. Sol Ross, George Graham. Henry Green. Joseph Lyttin. Murray Zinner, Clem Geronemus, Al Geronemus. Howing (ioldstein. of Atlanta. Georgia. aru Wellins. Harold Friedman, made the appeal for funds after a Daniel Hagen. Charles Alenier, verbal picture ol the situation in Howard Rosen. David Lovcman, the Jewish State was presented by Sam Zalmanoff. Alfred Augustine, Dr. Hairy Seldin Dr. George A. 1 gob Litowitr. Irving Gordon and Graham, president of the local ( Alan Jackson. Alpha Omega Chapter, has been I named Greater Miami chairman for the three-year National Committee to raise $300,000 here toward (he establishment of an Israeli den-1 tal school at the Hebrew University. • Israel now has no source for new dentists." Dr. Graham told the gathering. "Average age of the state's dentists now practicing is 54. and in a very few years, many of them will be no longer be serving actively. In addition, many of these practitioners have been isolated from contact with progress in the field," he explained. According to Alpha Omega spokesman, the new dental school will perform two important functions—train young dentists and provide practicing' dentists with access to the latest scientific information. Dr. Albert Einstein, honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, congratulated the fraternity for making the leadership in this vital project. Dr. Graham said that the project is a logical extension of the effort of Americans to improve the health of Israel. Well before the establishment of the school, he said. 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%  PAGE 4 A farftiAflfciM Jewish wJewisfrflcriclian z^^^UARY^l OFHCE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 mlh of the marcliantftM a.lverli.se.1 In lt col SUBSCRIPT One Year *3.00 ON RATES Two Year* $5.0C Friday, February 26. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 Q Number 9 LEO MINDLIN News Editor ^A Third Anniversary The Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its annual meeting on Sunday afternoon when the organization marks its ninth yearly membership affair and its third anniversary at the Douglas Gardens site. We join with Home officials in regarding with satisfaction the amount of progress made by the organization since its founding here. From its guiet but determined beginnings, the Jewish Home for the Aged has grown to include approximately 2,500 members. Some 60 residents, whose ages range from 75 to 95 years of age, find peaceful and purposeful living on its serene Douglas Gardens grounds. But Home officials and Auxiliary women Sunday will look forward in terms of future needs, pausing momentarily only for pleasant hindsight. They will study the ever-growing demand made on the organization for its facilities, regard with understanding the Home's current limitations and call for sober judgment in terms of what must be done. Construction plans are now being formulated by a Building Committee to implement the recent fund raising campaign for the Jack Ablin Memorial Wing — the first unit in a master expansion program envisioned by Home officials. We are sure that Sunday's meeting will shed further light on this very important communal undertaking. Not to be outdone, we understand that the Home's residents will be on hand to display and put on sale a whole host of handicraft objects made by themselves. This will prove ample demonstration of the significance of our Home for the Aged to many people for whom life in the tumultuous city becomes difficult but who can thrive and be productive in an area where their specific needs are understood and held to be of prime importance. Atf^i^tfAi>^r^'W^/^\^V During The Week ...A %  Se 1&>F£H HOM£S RX 7?/f/h£0Our Cultural Calendar The many cultural and seriously educative functions taking place in our community seems to us to indicate that we are truly coming of age. An area that is constantly engaged in the process of expanding and welcoming new residents into its midst never has much time to be concerned with matters of the mind and spirit. But we feel that Miami is different, and for that reason we believe it deserves some public acclaim. The Jewish community has been singularly active recently in a whole host of programs designed or sponsored by our cultural, religious and educational centers. The Bureau of Jewish Education has become a center for Hebrew courses taught at the University of Miami and also took a leadina role in the school's observance of Language Week earlier in February. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center culminated an entire month of festivals dedicated to the national Jewish music observance when it presented a concert at Flamingo Park on Sunday evening. The Hebrew Teachers' Association is now sponsoring a series of lectures on great poets in our tradition, while individual synagogues continue to present seminars and forum series on various subjects of interest. Last week, we were apprised of the announcement of a four-lecture discussion in the fields of Jewish history, culture and religion to be given here by eminent scholars during the month of March. The series, known as The Living Book, will present such famous personalities as Dr. Judah Goldin, Dr. Moshe Davis, Dr. Abraham Heschel and Dr. Israel Efros. All of these functions have been splendidly attended, and we are certain that The Living Book will plso meet with keen public interest. Mount Sinai Jubilee Thursday evening, March 4th, means Jubilee time at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Mount Sinai Hospital will present its fourth annual allstar show, with syndicated columnist and television star Ed Sullivan acting as master of ceremonies. On the surface of the affair will be a long list of popular entertainers known to all of us for their work in motion pictures, radio, TV and local night spots. We should find ourselves hard put to think of any show that can come up to Jubilee's standards in terms of sustained, guality performance. The reason for this is simple and touches upon the fundamental motives behind the annual event. Popular stars, nationally and those who appear in the Miami area, join their talents to present to us several hours of entertainment as a "reward" for our interest in Mount Sinai Hospital; by doing that, they show their own appreciation for the medical institution. Actually, Jubilee means infinitely more than a variety program. It is Mount Sinai Hospital's sole fund raising event of the year. We think that a look at some figures can help us all to understand the hospital's vast, forward-looking program and the significance of Jubilee withinits framework. In 1953. Mount Sinai sustained an operaions deficit of $275,000. Part of our coojribuUons to this year's Combined Jewish Appeal £w r T l F p n H C ndUC,ed by ,he Grea,e < ME3 ewish Federation, are set aside to support six ocal agencies. Mount Sinai Hospital fs schS SSpSgr^ $l25 ^ he S-= CIA of^MBniT 8 2 ? iU one night *** ** •* between FJ 6 ^ T** U P lhe difference i. ,r edera,lon allocation and the hos SSSrSSSfp one decade of ex£te nce ..and, T safeguard the heal In ^ \l ? lU mi6at to to the sick at alMtaet anT^' m ^ itn stances, to push SZ, E? u^ er U cilcun >medical wu.SoT^* 1 ^^ ? hori of status. ^^ *"*• reh on financial By LEO MINDLIN DR. MAHMOUD AZMI HAS BEEN trying desne, Egypt's Suez Canal blockade of Israel-bound shipni „ y to J ernment's new and specially appointed rwwwentativi hls Nations Security Council. Some ten days ago he told w the L '' state of war exists on a technical level between the tw L N "1 now assume major roles in the current canal controver C u ? tries w| the right of visit, search and confiscation of war c.m.. e ^ ) part of international law. This, it seems to me is ra I ," d it certainly did not convince members of the Securitt. £ gllb ta l*. I met Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at a private reeipkmjM I for the former First Lady prior to her appcaranchlf Wwk 4 Mobilization volunteers of the 1954 Combined Jewish A ^H Roosevelt told me that she is quite well acquainted WM\ PP £! L *i having met him during the course of her work with the i J H Human Rights Commission. "He's a remarkable m-.n %  • I Ntid smooth man, but also a difficult man." she One cannot help having respect for the observations of IM lady. There is an aura of wisdom about her which pluvs uonn u 1 of her voice and which accentuates in her personality "a sort nf^T rarely found any longer — even among the most hopeful of %  ,1.1 Mrs. Roosevelt's portrayal of the Egyptian representative I. a revelation of her own innermost being as of Dr. Azmis sh !15 u plomacy. For. by presenting him in the guise of a man whoTZj and difficult at once, she revealed to me her evaluation of near S3 politics and of prospects for future world peace. ,! There is a strange polarity in this wise woman'thinkins.* find it hard to understand how she can foresee difficult and hoan eafl at one and the same time; this is. undoubtedly. \\w idealism*J emanates so copiously and so remarkably from her. It is certainly to be hoped that much of this idea i .„, WM L nutted to the CJA volunteers who heard her. Mrs. Roosevelt smAil enter into her part of the General Mobilization kickoff with undeTii ing, "\\ hat is expected of me?" she asked me. "What shall I uikfal and for how long shall I speak? My trip to Israel?" Federation o£9 subsequently discussed with her what she was to touch upon and) Roosevelt, for several moments, became engrossed in a schedule hi to her. She failed to answer my next question and two others i that, absorbedly reading the mimeographed sheet. When I hadti decided to withdraw politely, she looked up. smiled, answered questions and expressed great satisfaction at my reference to the I UN chapter. MRS. ROOSEVELT OBVIOUSLY FEELS THAT the United Niia is the answer to future world peace. Her idealistic remarks abou I Aznu are reflected in her general attitude relating to the world orb ization at large. In her speech to the volunteers she indicated Oat] rael and the Arab nations "must be made" to come together. Shti that only under such circumstances and with the UN's leadership! the near Eastern imbalance be adjusted. This did not prevent her I betraying an instinctive identification with the Jewish State. Mrs. Roosevelt visited Israel in the winter of 1952. At that. she was a member of the US delegation to the United Nations.] plomacy therefore suggested that her visit to the infant republd made as an aftermath to a tour through several Arab League nali "Immediately as I crossed the border," she said, "I could not helpl feel the change in tempo and respond to the people there who-i alive and really working — working hard." This sort of identification was the pole to her idealistic hope I garding the Palestine DP's, refugee camps and "that sore spot of I terness." In a vague way. Mrs. Roosevelt wondered: "If we could a get them resettled through the UN in Arab countries." I had partita, fondness for her then, for her human insistence upon order and detea at a time when her late husband's principles are being called traiti in her own land. RABBI IRVING MILLER, PRESIDENT OF the Zionist OrgJL tion of America, followed Mrs. Roosevelt in an address that spelled! for General Mobilization workers the stakes involved in 1954. f Rabbi is always a vigorous orator and can leave the most steeled M er limp. Declaring that Jews ho longer stand, hat in hand, begging' favors at international meetings. Rabbi Miller demanded a more to plete identification on the part of American Jewry with Israel. "11 not come to plead for charity," he said. "I speak in the name at] people whose sons and daughters are coming home. I speak in I name of Jewish dignity. There are no more protest meetings. We i building; we are not crying." It seems to me that this is the sort of honest and direct talk i for a community whose record according to Stanley C. Myers, man of the GM Coral Gables area, indicates that only twenty -five I cent of the Jewish families residing in Miami contributed to taef campaign during 1953 His insistence that the deaf and the blind r us must he made to hear and to see was a prelude to Rabbi brilliant oratory calling for support of the current drive. The ZOA president described in cogent terms world J**^' 5 in Israel's future. It emphasized the delightful memorabilia of I Roosevelt who. while recognizing the limitations of UN diplomat • the Kibya affair and the current Eric Johnston report, for aal still places faith in a solution of enmities through the orgaauatioa • • • • • ONE OF THE DISQUIETING THINGS about the (ieneral W tion kickotf was the singular absence of youth. It is for them to with Israel's future. I find it difficult to understand how they < nave refrained from being present — unless, of course. Zionisau world unity generally are intellectual ideas. It is almost pathetic t forced to the conclusion that our day is anti-intellectual, that theia. whose duty it is to foster the spirit of inquiry in our youth a • without belief, that they have given up and knuckled under to *• real challenge directed against their integrity and that they M !" trayed their charges. The university in our time has cold its heritage in the n** tear. Our armed forces, a traditional bank of chauvanistie pn^ stand up and defend themselves against the "super patriotic "l that withered the intellectual. Thus, youth has a confused awj defined maker.. *oaehow. they must be brought to the realuaUoP the precepts at stake in the CJA campaign, in United Natioai tm versy and in the Jewish State's upbuilding. • • • • • DR. AJMI. IN HIS INVECTIVE before the Security <*"2Je3 red to the Suez a*-*, %  *.„,<, .. my river ." Ezekial ".Jjf^j •m against thee. B^unok. King of Egypt, that bath aid Vg9 "ne. It is to be hoped that the representative is up on af. •"



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LY, FEBRUARY 26, 1954 JmlsJiRnrkM^ PAGE7B l( j, 0avid Delegates Siitwn Belh David teenage deleltfS blended the annual Unit'Synagogue Youth, Southeast Re,n convention held in Jacksone February 19th through 21t. iijh youth from Florida, jki Alabama and South Caro4l'attended the three-day CaroIptncv which included a series Krvices. seminars, and sympos|ms based on the theme, How the Iligj Being Preserved. JThe L'S Youth program is defied to afford opportunities to [•wish youth to continue and jrengthen their identification with fudai-ni and with the Synagogue I, the central agency of Jewish |fe in America. Am' ng delegates participating in he pn-grum were Miss Lita Weiss |nd Miss Barbara Safer, who conflicted a portion of the Sabbath tiornirig services, Kenneth Sher, [resident of the Beth David Chaper, and Mosheh Shapiro, regional eprcsentative to the National Conkttion. who reported on the Jiation.il Convention held last December in Atlantic City. Othtr delegates included Stanley Rose. Sandy Steinberg, Joy Davi ow. Carol Warshaw, Linda Hernan, Elinor Bogish, Sanford Sch tartz, Janice Katz, Bobby Spiegel, onnie Goodman, Arthur Levine knd Calvin Serkin. Chess Champions Number Jews Continued from Pae 1 ft demonstrate his phenomenal memory, she puts down a hundred fig ur! on a sheet of paper. He studies the column for five minutes and recites the figures by heart without a slip-up. Within the past 15 years, there has been a tremendous upswing in the popularity enjoyed by chess in the Argentine, Najdorf remarked, so that it may be now considered the world's second chess country after the 4JSSR. In Buenos Aires alone, more than 60 chess clubs flourish. Jews play a leading role in the South American chess picture, he observed while introducing his Argentinian-born assistant and manager, Julio Bolbochan, as a fellow-Jew. Najdorf further revealed that eight Soviet players, among them world champion Botvinnik, are scheduled to come-to Buenos Aires next March for a championship contest. In September, the representatives of numerous countries —estimates range from 20 to 45— will meet in the Argentinian capital in an effort to win the laurels of being the No. 1 in the sport of kings. To All Our Friends and Patrons BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS w. jr. mm General Passenger Agent m SEABOARD RAILROAD GREETINGS TO ALL Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 48-8704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAYI 'r^F S n '939 one of '*ie notion's ,0 '9t monufocturers quality *'dow products. 'jro heavy aluminum J "tune. M de in over 400 sizes. Positive weathertight closing. t '*<; 9las$ louvers open over 99 f Full Ventilation. LOUVER WINDOW Sll YOUR JROP'CAL DIALER.. TODAY! 1 r Pical Awning Shvtttr and JtfMMit Ce. 7 "0 N-W. 7lfc AVDNf IIIUSjjJjMHA 84-5066 eleesere we eareee leit WUti Jf %  VetfcerfceW Week T. All Luis* Rainer (seated second from left) is shown with Women's Division leaders at a successful sponsors' tea held in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. At left is Mrs. Sidney Lefcouit, Miss Rainer. Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Mrs. William D. Singer. Standing are Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Women's Division cc-chairman. Israel war hero Jack Brass, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Jack A Ablin. co-chairman. Women's Division. W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Your Congressman To AH Brotherhood Greetings ERNEST C. ALLEN on G REEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains mineral* thai will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively HUGHES SEED STORE US S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-83 JI T.lephon* 49346 HENRI'S RESTAURANT fINlSJ QtKMAH-AMtKICAN COOKIHC Mr. and Mr*. *olph Markmann 3101 PONCE DE LEON BIVD. CORAL OAILES, FLA. A. & M. APPLIANCE CENTER 574 N.E. 125th STREET PHONE 78-8920 To All Our Friend* and Acquaintance* Brotherhood Greeting* MR. and MRS. RICHARD K. FINK CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA To My Many Friends and Acquaintances Brotherhood Greetings TOM LEE INGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co.. Inc. "LOW COST EYE CAM" Join Ike GRtfN CROSS OPTICAL PLAN ISA riOOU, PACIFIC BLDO. (Opposite Aleiit Miami Pest Office) FeT lafermatiee CALL 9-7539 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 65-6431 CREfTINCS MILLIARD RUG CLEANERS Service mm* Set isfecti.e Threefkeel rfce fear* 31*5 S.W. lMk TIMACE PHONE 4-63*1 SEASON'S GREETINGS BARR AND BARR, INC. PtlMMEXS Esrekfitkee' 191* •1 E. 2nd Street PHONE 88-2818 Hialeah II. I~ ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street



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rpmAY. FEBRUARY 28. 196A *k*istnorktiar PAGE 7 A XRS Will Sponsor I Donor Dance I The Greater Miami Auxiliary of [foe Jewish Consumptives Relief I Society is sponsoring its annual I donor dinner dance at the BeachLmber on Sunday. February 28th, I p m. I This is a double celebration with CRS now marking its Golden Uhilee. Mrs. Walter J. Simon, of St. ,ouis, Missouri, president of the ational Council of JCRS Auxil%  ries, will be guest of honor. Mrs. fcmon will relate the progress th hospital sanatorium in Denver has nade since its inception in 1904. Chairmen are Mrs. Arnold Lewis Ld Mrs. Dewey Klein. Journal Chairman is Mrs. Maurey Poncber, Honor treasurer, Mrs. Jack Cordon. Taking reservations are Mrs. Irvng Gilman and Mrs. Jacques Asiael. Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld is sklent. [fdrfy Arnold to be \feapjred at Olympia Ballad singer Eddy Arnold will Ibring his entire all-star cast to the |stage of the Olympia Theatre this teek. In addition to Eddy, the show ill feature such favorites as Roy liggins and Hank Garland, the )avis Sisters, the "Plow-Boys" and boy from Alabam. Dr. Lew Ichildre. along with many other personalities Deacon Andy Griffith, whose reIcen! appearance on Toast of the lT'-\vn established him as one of It he top-ranking comedians, will ap|pe::r to do his What It Was, Was Football. Popular young singer Johnny Haddox will be another highlight the show. Among his hit rebonhngs are Memphis Blues, Friday Nighi Stomp and The Alabama Jubilee. The Olympia will continue its iky of offering a first-run movie I addition to the stage show at no Mm co I to its patronv luthor to be Discussed Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi of T !e I.ni< 1. will be guest speaker on Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p.m. r.| the Spinoza Outdoor Fo^um on the lawn of the home of Dr. 'brah ton. nth Street and irt Dr. N irot will speak bn the topic: What The Sholem Vs -h Incident Has Taught Me. Egypt Threatens Meeting of All Signatory Powers Continued from Pag* 1 A in such a move. The Egyptian threat was hinted at by Dr. Mahmould Azmi. Egypt's representative to the UN, at a press conference called after a meeting of the Security Council where Egypt indicated it would adhere to its blockade of Israeli bound shipping regardless of Security Council action. In Paris it is reported that France will insist that Egypt abide by the Constantinople Convention wnich guarantees tree passage of the Suez Canal to ships of all nations, a spokesman tor the French Foreign Office said this week.. Commenting on the Israeli complain to me i niic,i Nations against the Egyptian blockade, the French spokesman said "if the Security Council deems that Egypt has violated freedom ot transit, France will support energetically any resolution 4eraaMbng that Egypt respect its international obligations. The British Government will also support Israel's complaint to the Lnited Nations against the Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal because the Egyptian Government's actions violate the Constantinople Convention, which governs operation of the Canal, Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd announced in Commons this week. The question was raised by Conservative MP Eric Johnson who asked what action had been taken on Israel's complaint to the UN Security Council against Egypt's halting ships with Israel-bound cargoes in the canal. When Mr. Lloyd replied that the matter was now under consideration in the Security Council, Mr. Johnson wanted to know what the British Government's stand on this was. Mr. Lloyd replied that it was to uphold the principle of free navigation through the Canal. At this point, Mr. Johnson asked if it was a fact that the Egyptian Government's action was in contravention of the Constantinople pact and if it would, therefore, be right for the British Government to support Israel's protest. Mr. Lloyd said that what the MP had said was the view of the British Government. Melvyn Benenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Benenfeld, Miami Beach, will become I. Bar Mite van on Saturday morning, February 27th, at the Hebrew Academy, where he is a senior student. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. Among out-of-town guests will be his uncle, P. Benenfeld, paternal grandmother Mrs. Mollie Benenfeld and maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. Wishner, all of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Kaphan, of Newark, New Jersey. UM Concert to Feature New Work The sixth pair h> the series of University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts, with John Bitter conducting, on March 7th and 8th, will be-of special interest, not only musically, but also in the promo tion of closer Inter-American cul tural relationships. The program will include Tht Legend Of The Noble Knight by Theodor Berger This will be tht first performance in the United States of this work. It has been sympathetically received by the Viennese public, an achievement rarely accomplished by a contemporary composer in this center of musical conservatism. Berger makes his home in Vienna amPwon the music prize of Vienna in 1949. Jean Fournier, soloist, is considered one of the foremost instrumentalists of this era. Already famous in Europe, he made his American debut in 1948 and was acclaimed as one of the greatest 'cellists ever heard in this country. Virgil Thomson wrote "I do not know his superior among living 'cellists, and there are few who can equal him, either his technical mastery, or for musical taste." He is also keenly interested in enlarging the 'cello repertoire in outstanding compositions such as the Martinu Sonata, as well as the Poulanc Sonata, written and dedicated to him. Dinner Due SundayNaomi Group of Hadassah wil hold a smorgasbord dinner on Sunday, February 28th. 7:30 p.m.. at the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 NW North River Drive. Mrs. Arthur Hershbein is in charge of tickets. Tots About Town... Israelite Center Dinner The Israelite Center is now accepting reservations for its second annual Hebrew School dinner on Sunday, February 28th, at 7 p.m. Chairman of the' committee on arrangements is Mrs. Sam Sandier. Mrs. Bernard Sirkus and Nat Tragin are co-chairmen. Proceeds for CJA Next meeting of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, scheduled to take place on Wednesday evening, March 3rd, will feature an auction, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Combined Jewish Appeal. The meeting will be held in the social hall of the Center. Various items of value contributed by local merchants, as well as dinners and weekends at Beach hotels, will be auctioned by Burt Tump-on. assisted by Irv Schcrr. Ira Greenwald to Be Bar Mitzvah Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Greenwald, 100 NW 62nd Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, February '•9th. 9 a.m., at e Flagler Graada Jewish .immunity Cerj%  r. Ira attends Kin>ch Park Junior igh School. He ias been attending the FlaglerGranada Religious School and also successfully passed the Bar Mitzvah examination given by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. He will chant the traditional Maftir and address the congregation. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at the reception following the services given in honor of Ira. Irm New Home for Retired Announced Dr. Sanel Beer this week announced the openiag of Rivermont Park Manors for retired people at 1389 NW 7th Street, Miami. Dr. Beer is a retired physician who received his medical training in Vienna. A Miami resident for the past 13 years, he is former director of Rivermont Park Sanitarium here. The new home for retired people is situated on a private estate of more than seven acres which stretch along the Miami River. Dr. Beer explained that there are homelike bungalows, where residents will find all the comforts they need. Featured will be facilities for retired people to receive guests, give tea parties and prepare refreshments. "Special diet requirements will be respected," Dr. Beer explained. Quarters are warmed in the winter and cooled in the summer. Numerous shaded, level walks are provided. Chesed Shel Emess Slates Annual Tea Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess, this week announced that the annual membership tea of the organization will be held on Tuesday, March 2nd, 1:30 p.m., in the Beth El Congregation. Co-chairmen and hostesses will be Mrs. Sarah Stone and Mrs. Mary Wengrow. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, will be guest speaker. Cantor Nathan Zeichncr, of Beth El Congregation, will render musical selections. LADY With Realty Business would like t meet man of refinement up to oge 62. V/ritt Mrs. L, Box 2973, Miami It. Young Judaea Picnic All members of Greater Miami Young Judaea will gather on Sunday. February 28th, at Crandon Park for an afternoon of games, dancing, sinking and sports announced Joseph Pardo, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, joint youth agency of Hadassah and the ZOA. The Judaeans will meet at 1:30 p.m., at the entrance to parking lot 2. 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,v rrMUARY 26. 19S4 J**si>Fk*+M** PAGE 3 B adassah Marks 20 Years Of Youth Aliyah ~ ORIGIN: RoumuU* NEW YORK — Hadassah, the Ifomen's Zionist Organization of Imerica. will commemorate the Oib anniversary of Youth Aliyah, worldwide child rescue and reabilitation movement which has irought more than 62,000 homeless Jewish children into Israel from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East since 1934, with a six-week hational celebration, it was announced this week by Dr. Miriam Freund. Hadassab chairman for p'outh Aliyah. As the official representative in |he United States of Youth Aliyah, Frumkes to Head iach Pageant Announcement has been made iy the Miami Beach Junior Chamof Commerce that Melvyn B. umkes, local attorney, will be eneral chairman of the Miss Mini Beach Pageant. Ken Laurence, dated with Laurence-Victor c, will be co-chairman. Naming of Miss Miami Beach }i!l enable local (iris to compete the Miss Florida content. Hie tinner will be a contestant ia the piss America competition, held Dually in Atlantic City. be eligible to compete for Miss Miami Beach title, a conmust be either a resident Dade County or a university ludent and must be between the Of 18 and 28 on September it. She must be a high school hduate by September lsj and last be unmarried and never have pen married. I She must possess talent, which ^n be either trained or potential. nt includes singing, dancing, a musical instrument, draics, dress designing, or any of I tine arts If the potential. conWant wishes to pursue a profeso^ial career, she may give a three talk on the subject of her er, and why she is seeking the Iholarship. Knimkes explained. JSoine $25,000 in educational polarships are annually awarded •he national finals of the Miss nenca Pageant in Atlantic City. fery state contestant will receive "east a $ioo scholarship at the Fiona! finals, and twelve state pntestants wH receive $1,000 or i£L Miss Am <*ica receives a PO scholarship. ORIGIN: Cermany Hadassah has raised more than &f 22,000,000 in the past 20 years at effect the rescue of Jewish children, many of them orphans, first from Nazi Germany and its satellites and, in more recent years, from Arab and Iron Curtain countries, Dr. Freund reported. The nationwide celebration was opened on February 19—the exact date 20 years ago when the first group of 43 German Jewish children arrived in what was then Palestine—and will extend through April 4th, which has been designated as World Jewish Child's Day. On March 31st. a national conference marking the 20th anniversary will be held at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City, and early in April, a special 20th anniversary Youth Aliyah Award will be presented to Eddie Cantor at a conference in Los Angeles in tribute to "bis noble humanitarian activities in behalf of homeless Jewish children." Cantor has taken an active interest in Youth Aliyah since its inception, and one of the villages established in Israel for the rehabilitation of young newcomers bears his name. The evening of February 18th, and Sabbath morning, February 20th, were proclaimed Youth Aliyah Sabbath by the Synagogue Council of America, which represents the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform branches of Judaism. Special prayers were offered in thousands of synagogues and temples throughout the United States. Hadassah's 300,000 members in 1500 chapters throughout the country participated in the Youth Aliyah Sabbath. In designating February 19th and 20th as Youth Aliyah Sabbath, Dr. Norman Salit. president of the Synagogue Council of America, staled: "In the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Youth Aliyah, I extend my warmest congratulations to Hadassah. This work of redeeming Jewish children from the shambles of ruined European, Arab and African Jewish communities and furnishing them with new life, hope and vigor in Israel is one of the shining and outstanding achievements of this great Zionist women's organization. May Almighty God give Hadassah many more decades of activity in healing the breach of our people." *' .'• mc >I Women's Drrition leaders of the United Jewish Ap honored guests at local CJA Women's Division funcr r 0Wn (le o right) are Mrs. S. Alexander Biailove. hon. cnairm an Q f the national Women's Division; Mrs. Hal %  national chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs. Louis J"'and Mr,. Aaron Fair, co-charmen of the sponsors' "• raised Women's Division gift totals past the ORIGIN: Morocco, ORIGIN: Yomon ORIGIN: Ciochodovkim Plan to Arm Arabs Fizzles; League Rejects Aid Offer event WO mark. WASHINGTON (JTA) — A State Department plan to supply military aid to certain Arab nations which are not contiguous to Israel failed this week when the department confirmed that the Saudi Arabian Government had rejected the American arms offer. The State Department's plan had been to give weapons to Iraq and Saudi Arabia to arm them against possible aggression. The department took the view that friends of Israel could pot take exception to these arms shipments since neither country bordered on Israel. The Israeli Government, which objected strongly to the armament of any of the Arab States, pointed out that supply of American arms to any of the Arab states would upset the precarious balance of power in the Middle East and threaten the security of the Jewish State Critics of the State Department plan to give arms to the Arab States pointed out that there could be no effective safeguards against transfer of armaments from these states to states bordering on Israel which could employ them against the Jewish State. Reports from Cairo that the Egyptian Government and Strongman General. Naguib had eased its "blacklisting" of ships which call at Israeli ports were interpreted in United Nations circles as an attempt on the part of the Egyptian Government to avoid a censure by the Security Council over its blockade of Israel-bound shipping through a Suez Canal and the Gulf of Eilath. There was some confusion here as to actually what, if anything, the Egyptian Government had done to "relax" the blacklisting. In the past, ships which called at Israeli ports were "for all time" refused the right to enter Egyptian ports either on business or for fuel supplies and • repairs. The reported "relaxation" would have removed from the blacklist ships which call at Israeli ports but not at Arab ports on the same voyage. An Israeli spokesman's comment on the report was that the new regulations amounted to a "minor adjustment" while the blockade of Israel-bound shipping remains in force. Western diplomats expressed their reaction by using the phrase "too little and too late." The British Government meanwhile evaded a direct reply this week to suggestions that it initiate international action to ensure passage for all shipping through the Suez Canal. To Conservative M. P. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JOLUME 28 -NurftN* 9 MTA^, FI.ORtDA; FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1954' PIHCE:' lUk CEfftS lommunities Pledge $12,900,000 At UJA Kickoff Dr. Silver Says Israel Stands With West; Leaders Hope for Six-Week Windup of Campaign fiencrtor Herbert H. Lehman teentw) accepts the HIAS Award of Honor from Ben Touster. president, at the organization's annual meeting in New York as Murray I. Gurfein. vice president. looks on. |Ed Sullivan will be Master of C eremonies: %  %  IIIBI % %  % % %  l>I — ... ount Sinai Jubilee Set for Beach Auditorium Thursday An urgent appeal to the people |of Greater Miami "to match the jtalent parade with a parade' of Iticket buyers to the Miami Beach •Auditorium" was sounded here llhls week by Leonard A. Wien, %  chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's %  fourth annual Jubilee on March I4th. Citing th fact that virtually %  every big name in show business %  < volunteering to support Ed Sullivan, master of ceremonies, to [make this "the greatest all-star %  show of the year," Wien re-emm StfffivM HmtHmutm phasized the need for extra community support to help reach the $150,000 goal of Mount Sinai Hospital's only fund raising event of each year. Mount .Sinai's deficit this year is its largest ever, Wien said. "Expansion-ef its free clinics, medical and .research programs,^ maintenance and purchase Of fww, modern equipment and extension of its practical nursing school, the only such school in this area accredited by the National Association for Practical Nurse Training, and a large social service program have contributed to the hospital's staggering deficit," he explained. Wien called on previous Jubilee contributors "to buy an extra ticket this year. Only through such added support can we attain our tremendous goal." Although last year's campaign netted $110,000, considered an all-time record for one night affairs, "we simply must do fifty percent better this year. For every two contributors last year we must find three today," he said. Max Orovitz, chairman of the Hospital's Board of Trustees, joined Wien in his appeal by issuing a personal appeal to the Trustees to double and triple their, efforts to put "Jubilee over the top." Telephone crews, headed by Mrs. Murray Shaw, office volunteer chairman, will be on switchboard duty for 18 hours a day during the closing days of the drive. Mrs. E. E. Bloom has stepped up the pace for th< members of her motor corps -also. Jerry Baker, representative of the American Guild of Variety Artiata, has pledged hi organization's support to help the Jubilee reach its goal. Every performer appearing at the Miami Beach Auditorium for Jubilee will be donating his or her services gratis. From the list of top stars already in the fold, all indications point to this year's JuJwlee being the best since its inception. Latest to announce his desire to be down here to take part in the festivities is Myron Cohen, popular night club and television favorite. All night club and hotel owners in the area are giving their all-out cooperation again this year as they have in the past, Wien and Orovitz Continued on Pag 9 A The sum of $12,900,000 was pledged here last weekend for the United Jewish Appeal in contributions from more than 600 top Jewish community leaders at the closing session of the three-day UJA national conference which marked the official opening of the UJA campaign for 1954. Many of the contributions represented substantial increases over gifts made a year ago at a similar campaign launching. Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA, hailed the response as an "assurance to Israel's people that the friends of freedom do not intend to let them stand alone in this time of sustained tension and danger." In the principal address before the gathering. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver called on American Jewry to support Israel. He said the new state wants peace with its Arab neighbors, wants to cooperate with the Arab world in the economic development of the Middle East, seeks to achieve the highest standards of social justice and public welfare, desires to strengthen its free institutions, seeks friendship with the free world, wishes to be conomically self-sustaining, wants o maintain freedom for its foreign policy, desire to remain a hav;n for the oppressed, seeks to de•elop a high level of Hebrew culture and is determined to "make iood." Dr. Silver noted that these aims 'correspond fully with the ideals which we, free citizens of America, treasure." On the issue of peace with its Arab neighbors, Dr. Silver stressed that Israel is readyto settle "all outstanding problems, including problems of reparations and refugees." He point ed out, however, that "the Arabs have rebuffed every approach to such a peace settlement." Commenting on Israel's desire for friendship with the free world. Dr. Silver declared: "Israel wishes it to be known that its sympathies are with the West. By every fibre of its intellectual and spiritual be-, ing Israel is tied up with the free world." Sixty-nine Jewish communities throughout the United States have already pledged the sum of $68,350,000 towards a five-year loan of $75,000,000 to retire short-term indebtedness of the State of Israel Egypt Threatens to Call Signatory Power Meeting UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Egypt's threat to call a meeting of the signatory powers of the inter national pact governing administration of the Suez Canal, if the United Nations Security Council rules Egypt's anti-Israel blockade illegal, was described this week in UN circles as sheer blackmail, and ineffective at that. In Washington. Israel Ambassador Abba Eban called on Assistant Secretary' for United Nations Affairs David Key to discuss with him various UN matters including future procedures in connection with a discussion in the Security Council of it:resolution of September 1, 1951. concerning thB Suez rnl hioMrH. The United States was not one of the signatories of the Constantinople Convention of 1888 which governs administration of the waterway. Czarist Russia was a signatory, but whether the Soviet Union would be invited to such a meeting is questionable'. Other sig natories to the pact were the Ottoman Empire, Britain, Germany. Austria, Spain, Italy, France, Luxemburg and the Netherlands. In any event, observers here point out, convocation of such a meeting could only take place if three of the signatories joined in calling for it. It is not believed here that Egypt could get any other country' to go along with it Continued on Page 7 A Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz .. loon relieves pressures and stabilize the country's economy, Dr. Joseph J. Schwart, executive vice chairman, announced The conference was told by the UJA leader that the loan — f ,-t such project ever undertaken by an American philanthropic agency — was in addition to the $119,921,150 goal of the United Jewish Appeal for 1954. UJA leaders hope to complete the campaign for the loan within the next six weeks to avoid interference with the reg, ar UJA drive. The extradordinary loan project was proposed by the AJA last December 10th in New York ata meeting of representative American Jewish leaders. They v. ere told that the Jewish Agency had incurred a critical indebtedness arising out of the mass influx of 750.000 immigrants in the period from May 14. 1948, when the State was founded, to May, 1953. Taking action on this report, the New York meeting endorsed a proposal to seek a $75 000,000 loan from the country's Jewish communities to be amortized over a fiveyear period at a rate of 20 percent per annum to be guaranteed cut of the receipts of the United Jewish Appeal's regular fund-raising campaigns. The meeting also r. I ed a 99-man organizing commiheaded by William Rosenwald. national chairman of the UJA. led a move to present this plan to local Jewish welfare funds. Dr. Schwartz pointed out that the loan would serve not only to relieve the Jewish Agency of most pressing problems, but would have the effect of making it p — sible for the Government of Israel to retire some $75,000,000 in short ', term debts which now impose a staggering burden on the new State's economy. This follows from the fact that the Jewish Agency, like all organizations and in iividuals under Israel law. furniits foreign currency to the Israel Treasury in exchange for Impounds. It was explained that to OBkke up for the shortage of funds required to carry on its philanthropic \ work, the Jewish Agency was fore ed to borrow heavily.



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PAGE 12 B Isolationism in University Life Ends, Dr. Belkin Says ••The trend towards isolationism in university life is at an end," Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University in New York, said last week at a reception in honor of himVelf and Max J. Etra at the Sterling Hotel. Some 200 supporters of the naj this year be conferred posthumoustioiVs first Jewish-sponsored unily upon Monnelt B. Davis. United versify heard Dr. Belkin assert States Ambassador to Israel until his death last December, it was announced this week by Mrs. Rebecca +J#*siJM£&L rWDAV, rag gABY jHj Davis to be Honored In Memoriam at Hadassah Meet NEW YORK—The sixth annual Henrietta Szold Award for distinguished humanitarian service, established by Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, in memory of its founder, will that "our universities must inte grate themselves into their communities and perform community wide service." He said that "in the struggle for men's minds, the university bears a primary responsibility for helping to mold their thinking." Etra, recently named chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva, pointed out that the budget Schulman. national president of Hadassah. The award ceremony will climax the Mid-Winter Conference of Hadassah, which will be held at the Park Sheraton Hotel in New York from February 28th through March 3rd. The ceremony itself will be held on the afternoon of March i ~,j.,r. o ihn Greater Miami hotel industry join fasces with the 1954 Combined Jewish Jfc "f? wJn M rXZh to riqhti are Jack Mura*chick. chairman of the CJA Hotel Divis2 6£v ?ho W p"oXeph Rose! Sam Schechter. Ralph Lachmar, Joe Dall.tt and Na. *£* Seated (front row. left to right) are Jack Fishman. Douglas Raff. Joe Gardner and ca mpak chairman Aaron M. Kanner. „__ of the university has increased 3rd at the Hotel Art Of. __ M from a figure of $243,000 in 1943The award will be accepted when Dr. Belkin assumed the presibehalf of the < %  *•"* %  "£ dency-to some one and one-half Ambassador by his son. Thomas 1 millions for the 1954 fiscal year. He said that Yeshiva University's 2.000 students come from 38 states and 11 foreign ountries. There are now eight divisions and schools, with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, now under construction, slated to become the ninth unit next year. Thus marks the 25th year of Yeshiva's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein. who served as toastmastcr. stated, "and it has been acclaimed one of the finest in the country. Our graduate schools, through such publications as Scripta Mathematica have become equally well known." Isidore Goldberg, of Miami Beach, served as chairman of the reception committee. Manischewiti Kasha Soup Rtv'ms Popularity Of Old family Favorite Think back to the days of good old-fashioned cooking and one of the things remembered with a real Davis. Mrs. Davis will attend the rf nostalgia is Kasha-hearty, ceremony. Speakers will include John F. Simmons. Chief of ProtoRig-Veda Discussed Beth El radio hour, over station WMIE, Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m.. will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address entitled: Parables From the Rig-Veda, a discussion of some of the parables contained in the book of wisdom of the ancient Hindus and their application to modern man and times. col. United States Government, and Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to the United States. Previous recipients of the Henrietta Siold Award were former President Harry Truman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Prof. Selman Waksman, Senator Herbert H. Lehman and Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. Masada im Hold Daneo Saturday Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionists will have its largest fund raising affair of the year before its next general membership meeting. A "champagne dance" will take place at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Saturday. February 27th, 9 p.m. Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz. instructor of languages at the University of Miami, will speak at the group's next general meeting on Thursday. March 4th. 9:15 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Meetings are presided over byArchie Goodwin. A social, featuring refreshments and dancing by candlelight will follow the business i and program part of the meeting. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Feb. 26 Mar. 1st) MORNING delicious brown kasha with its sat isfying. nut-like flavor. Today, with the growing popularity of Manischewitz Kasha Soup, this old-time standby is making a strong comeback on the family menu; the fine flavor and sound nutritional quality of buckwheat groats are regaining for kasha the appreciation it deserves. One of the reasons for this revival is the fact that Manischewitz Kasha Soup is actually more than just a soup. It is a naturally nourishing cereal food that fills an important nutritional need in the family diet. And it is a pareve food that is equally delicious as a soup, as a side dish with meats, as a stuffing for roast poultry, as a filling for krcplach and varnishkes, as an "extender" for meat loaf and as the basis for countless meat and dairy dishes. Served simply as a soup, Manischewitz Kasha Soup makes a wonderful hot luncheon dish for youngsters home from school or in from play. In addition, in condensed form, as it comes from the can, it can be heated and topped with sour cream to make a quick light meal in itself. Manischewitz Kasha Soup is available at neis;hb<>rh'v>d grocery stores, along with the entire line of other fine Manischewitz Soups. —ST. FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 7:00 7:15 7:30 7l4S Today Today IP • MIIK I 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45! .1:11 i I 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 Ding Dong School Strike It Rli 'i IV Be Ai.mrii 8m Ed v Teal '• Strike It Rk-h 10:00 The Little S* The Life Arth .1 C Johnny Jupiter BUI 1 1 s T.r'ble Magic AFTERNOON 12:00 I've Got News 12:15 Lo> 1 •! 1 jfe 12:30 Bean h Far Tomor. 1245 (luldlim 1 .lehl 1:00 1:15 1:30 <:.!•. 1:45 IllB T..p Vt nh Ju.l> M of All 1 .• 1 lot News Love of LUe I'D. !!• 1> Pnl." S r.-h For Tom. I \ MUM and net dl In Florida's overall planning. Miami educated. Hollahan attended Shen.indoah Klementary. Miami Senior High and Riverside Military Academy, In 1942, he re I.IMII the BS degree in Business Administralion and in 1949. hi law a' the University ol Miami For three and a half years during World War II. Hollahan u rved in the submarine service of the \ ivy, two years 10:30 Intrigue :ies *.AlU-n OH Tb. %  I.„ > .' %  i. 1 .iv. Sto a lieutenant senior grade in the inactive naval reserve, a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, ir" Married in 1945 to Miss Ann Thompson of Miami, he now lives in Coral Gables with his wife, two daughters and a son. 10:45 •• Hit 1'.II.I>1 Time X.'-'-l The U.I. What M Une %  une 11:00 Nfiv.s Wcitliei 11:15 Taupe r rf 11J0 1 ^^ 11:45 World Premiere I 'Medal. Theater U..I1 H'-iie<<>.*i Kewa-Wethei Mrs, Nrth Man ltd Bade* 12:00. 12:15 12:301 12:45) Sin Off Sat. .Vht teat. | I Sim (W Sisterhood Board Meets Sisterhood of the Miami HebrewSchool and Congregation will have The Vagabond* a Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday. March 2od. at 10 a.m.. it has been announced by Mrs. William Weintraub, president. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES (available at branch offlca only) •USINESS HOUHS: 9 AM to 3 a MW a May*. 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%  v rEBRUARY 26, 19S4 Marks iird Anniversary IrWebratinu its third anniversary .Douglas Gardens, the Jewish e for the Aged will hold Its ,i annual membership meeting ^Sunday, 2 p.m.. at 150 NE 53 et Miami. Over 500 members *,c Home and its Women's Auxr are expected to be present. \ conjunction with the meeting, Jdcnts of l he Home are arrangH colorful display and sale of Idicraft objects made in their k and craft class conducted by Jprofessional staff of the Greatf Miami Jewish Community Cenrhe residents, whose ages range ,„i 75 to 95. work in leather, k and plastic, paint in oils and [various kinds of weaving, jomc of the highlights of the eting will he an annual report President Abe Kurman, a relw of the Home's financial conlion by Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, pasurer, a report on the Ablin femorial Building by Baron de frsch Meyer, vice president, and a jmmary of the activities of .the Gxiliary by its president, Mrs. Sol Iverman. 1. Bernbaum. chairman of the Jminating Committee and vice psident. will present a slate of for election to the Board of Irectors. M. J. Kopelowitz. chairiin of the Board, will preside at meeting, lother officers are Judge Harold 1 Spaet, honorary president; David lillips, vice president; Archie [eenberg. financial secretary; r.v Silverman. corresponding sectary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, reading secretary. **->i*i>Jtorm9n PAGE 3 A Jewish Community Singers Install Officers Here The Jewish Community Singers of Greater Miami recently held elections here. Named president of the organization was Leonard Sneiderman. Other officers include Ethel Zebitz, vice president; Eva Glas.sman, secretary; Harry Kershaw and Philip Bailin, treasurers; and Paul Bcdarsky, Philip Braridis, Either Cilrin. Evelyn Lapin, Doris Share and Gondure Solomon, Executive Board. Guests of honor at the installation held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen, conductor and pianist, were Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro and Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation. Resident of tha Jewish Home for the Aqed prepare for the sale of their arts and crafts articles at the annual meeting of the Home on Sunday at Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd Street, Miami. Left to right are Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, Mrs. Anna Goldberg, Isaac Yourkawitz and Mrs. Minnie Berliner. The arts and crafts program is conducted by the professional staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. •rip to Israel InnoiiiM 's Bonus rip to Israel, Inc., will give | free 10 percent bonus of extra over food to all Israel recipi|t.s of Scrip's self-selection certi•tes starting with all Scrip cereates sold and dated February up to and including Wednes1, April 14th. lining Jaffe. president of Scrip Israel, stated that his company dared this unusual bonus as a |iult of savings effected in operat: costs in Israel. crip to Israel reduced its prices | food in its Israel stores from 10 cent to 30 percent on November 1953. and this Passover Free Jnus will mean that each Israel cipient of Scrip to Israel certifies will reap an additional 10 per |nt more ,n Passover food for rir Script gifts. |AII of Scrip's Israel stores are stocked with quantities of at Kosher for Passover meats and her desirable Passover foods, and I of the company's modern facilih in Israel are alerted and preyed to handle the expected large fK** in traffic with the maxium of ease and efficiency. |The special Passover Bonus Pip can be obtained now at Scrip ( Wel, Miami Beach-Israel ZionOistnct No. 420 Lincoln Road. Dov Chapter to Present Muuieale Sunday evening, February 28th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El Auditorium, a musical review, Mizrachi Follies of 1951. will be held by Dov Chapter here. Featured are Larry Blue and Rita and Rosalie Carroll, radio and television stars. Seven-year-old Thory Fay Bennekie will render vibraphone selections. A violin singing and dance duet will be by Paula Chertock and Joyce Eisinger. There will be vocal solos by Mrs. Lillian Garrison, Goldie Rosenberg and Sadie Bradbury. Rose Pertes, president, is general chairman, assisted by Fannie Ames. Hostesses are Bessie Rosenberg, Rose Newbergcr, Anna Block, Goldie Indgin. Sarah Fidel, Rachel Sackqwitz, Sarah Briliant, Freda Sobar, Lena Zimmerman, Yeta Hirsh and Clara Kahn. All proceeds go to the Childrens Village in Renna, Israel. Detroit Social Club To Install Officers Detroit Social Club will hold its yearly installation of officers on Sunday evening, February' 28th, 8:30 p.m., at the International Hotel. Officers are Mollie Goldberg, president; Philip Virnick, vice president; Eva Levenson, vice president; Ruth Fisher, financial secretary; William Korash. treasurer; and Simpson Rosenberg, recording secretary. Joseph Pardo, tenor, will present a group of musical numbers, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Lillian Nelson. Sharing duties as master of ceremonies will be Judge J. Fritz Gordon and Mrs. Lil Disner. Park Service is Due WASHINGTON — National Park Service finally is moving into a phase of the Everglades National Park development which has been long and eagerly anticipated. Flamingo, a historic little fishing village on the southernmost shore of the United States on Florida Bay, is to be converted next year into the first of the newest park's overnight centers for fishing and sightseeing parties. p Register for lebrpw Cournem l2 en i t, two stu lcnts have registniv,r!. r ewnin8 classes ot he cr >, ', ,f Miami he,d !" u of Jewish Education, 135 fcr-rf o, enuc in ,he curses oflebrfwVf e men,ary Hebrew •< |w..FxtmoUveSoapProved'MildestBETTER FOR COMPLEXION CARE than anyleading>lbilet£bap...I^tingSo€#...etm CoidOeam/ S Moves Office* I s ^Strr h r m oved l 001 18 .1. L 'ncoln Road, fiS^i h" rdin to • —-JJ2J > this week. 9500 Skin Tests Prove Palmolive the Mildest Soap of All to Help You Guard That Schoolgirl Complexion Look! Skin sp*tiali$t$ agree: milder cleansing it better for your complexion. Now, Palmolive Soap ia proved 100'i. mild! 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•PAGE 2 B i cHUJifkridton FRIDAY, FEBRUWI Cantor Kusevitsky Attributes Popularity Of Jewish Music to State of Israel Jewish music is fast reaching a said. "Its true that people are inpopulerity and respect it never trigucd.' But mostly, they are j before attained, and most respon sible for its new surge is the State of Israel, famed Cantor Moshe Kusevitsky declared here last week. Cantor Kusevitsky arrived in the area to give a concert last Wed timely moved to appreciate the interpretation and universal meaning of prayers." SciOB of a family whose Euro pc:ij ^tors h avj^Jte** di.guisn furies. Cantor KuilAkr 1 "' cfchu_Beach Jewish Center. His perform-1 has three brothers, also cantor ance was sponsored by the Sister-' Two months ago, in December, a hood for the Centers Religious '. four gathered to give a concert that School I jammed Carnegie Hall and accomStaying at the Hotel Good. Mi-i modated *£*"* ^* !" ami Beach. Cantor Kusevitsky said, hundred on the stage. Seats sold as •Although our music is 2.000 years j high as $100 old with liturgical chants that are famous, not until now have we reached the hearts of music-lovers of all creeds. I remember a Manchester Guardian critic who expressed it for everyone when he wrote, following a concert of mine he attended. I didn't understand a single word, but the meaning of the music was unmi.-takable.' Confirming that "audiences of all religions now flock to hear our music," Cantor Kusevitsky credits the State of Israel for bringing "a The brothers are Jacob, from Winnipeg, Canada: Simcha. from Capetown. South Africa; and David, in Brooklyn. Moshe Kusevit sky is cantor at Brooklyn's Temple Beth El. He still bears the noble title of Warsaw Cantor, the title won in his youth when he was selected from 200 aspirants to succeed Warsaw's venerable Strata, Accompanying him on his Miami Beach visit is his personal representative. Nyoma Waldman. Both men flew here straight from Indi-I Rehearsing for the Children's Pageant to be presented by the Religious School of the .. Beach Jewish Center on Sunday morning, March 14th, are (left to right) Dorothy Bauatn] Susan Talianoff, Harvey Shapiro and Alan Borenstein. The pageant will be in the ion,^ a cantata entitled, What Is Torah, directed by Joseph Schreibman, Center music direclCM Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics instructor. new respect" that Jewish music has anapolis where Cantor Kusevitsky sever before commanded. Nor is this an offshoot of curiosity, he Senator Smathers Resumes Programs Senator George Smathers is re suming hiweekl) radio reports to the people of Florida with a broadcast of one of his press conferences on national affairs, The Smathers' program will be heard in tinarea over station VVIOD, Friday evenings at 10:30 p.m. The Florida senator, in his program transcribed on Capitol Hill lor broadcast here, is expected to answer questions of reporters regarding current issues before the Coqgress. attracted a capacity audience for the Jewish National Fund with Mendel Fisher. Also with them is Cantor Kusevitsky's piano accompanist. Jack Bants, At the Hotel Good, they are being entertained by longtime friends Isador Saltz. and Salt/ sons Morris and Sidney, originally from Mrs. Chernott 10 Represent Belle Aire Mrs Ernest Chernoff. a resident of Miami for a number of years, has Hadassah Omitted Through Oversight i Through an oversight, the name of Hadassah organization was omitted from the full page advertisement in last week's Jewish Florbatfl appointed to represent Camp id'*" listing organizations affiliat1 ed with the Greater Miami Jewish m Belle Aire. Sparta. Tennessee, the greater Miami area. lira, Chernoff has been affiliated with many organizations. among, them Hadassah, Mizrachi. Federation. Carl Weinkle, Federation president, has expressed the appreciation of Federation to Mrs. Samuel %  Z. Sakrais. president of Greater Mount Freedom. New Jersey, B'nai B nth. Beth David Sisterhood Mjanij Hadassahi for thejr cont i n uhere Cantor Kusevitsky sang his and ITA. ed bUp p 0rl 0 f the Combined Jewli!-l American Passover services i She is a past Sunday School () Appoa Frankly 'enchanting" to him teacher and was^a member of the W(ljnkk ported out that Hadas u his Beach Center audience which was conspicuously grouped with numbers of devotees who. currently vacationing here, have previously welcomed him to their home cities in this country and Canada. staff at Camp Blue Star for two years, "1 am very proud and happy to be connected with a camp of sah has been a member *>* Federation since its inception arid The advertisement inchuieiMb; names of 36 leading organii affiliated with Federation their membership to enr<* workers in behalf of tbftj and to contribute gi .< rouuj i drive. A.r Tl.tod a,WH >' S P la V d a ma J r r '* '" lhC the caliber of Belle Aire. stated L %  Mrs. Chernoff. 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PAGE B B i-JewistnorMton FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M Florida Industry >Bov\s Ahead TALLAHASSEE — The level of industry in Florida moved up 81 ptrcent. 1947 to 1952. far outrank ing all other Southeastern states in industrial advancement during this period. The dollar value of finished manul.ictured products in excess of raw materials used, is one of the best measures of the contribution of industry lo the economy of a State. the Florida Slate Chamber of Commerce pointed out here. in 1952. Florida's manufactured goods were worth S633.684.000 more in finished condition than were the raw materials used to make them. Unofficial estimates place the 19D3 figure near $630 million. The 81 per cent gain is based on these value added figures. Meeting at Lear Home To Highlight Music The cultural group which meets monthly at the home of Or. and Mrs. Lear on Saturday, February 27th. will devote the evening to aj program designed to stimulate interest in Jewish Mu.-ic. Ben Yomen. local choral director, will present the story ,,f Jcw ish folk music, with illustrations. Mi>> Shaloma Shawmut will sing several songs. Their accompaniest will be Mrs. Margaret Yomen. 13i Production Slates 4 ami Ed Menerth, director of Ring Round The Moon. University of Miami's fourth production of the 1953 54 season, this week announced the following cast for the .loan Anonilh play: The dual role of Hugo and Frederic, Peter Harvey: Jo.sJiua. .lack Mother: Diana Messerschmann, Barbara Watson: Lady Dorothy India, iris Rautenberg; Patrice Bom belles. Sidney Shier; M Guy Charles Romainville. Ira Sanders Mine Desmortos, Judy .viler; Camann. Dave stern, [sabelle, Raline pulet. Cat Clark: Mr Masserscb Urban; the Mother. Sue Goodman; a pleasant guest. Annette Service; .i general, Merle G Cain. Mark Hunter %  > a-sistant to the director. Ruth Greenfield has composed an original score for the play which has been described bj Its author as a "charade with music"' Menerth is arranging the choreograph) Ring Round The Moon opens at the Ring Theatre on March 9th and will run through March 20th Proceeds for Youth The Stephen S Wise Group of Hadassah will have its weekly min yon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Thursday, March 4th, at 1 p.m. Brotherhood Week is being marked this year from February 21st through 28th and is an as nual function sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Catholic, Piaj estant and Jewish leaders throughout the nation are joining forces to show that friendsa) and understanding are the foundations of a free nation. TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT To All ... A Most Happy Brotherhood Week DR. RICHARD SENA CORAL GABLES HOSPITAL 3151 COCONUT GROVE DRIVE CORAL GABLES TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WILLIAM LEHMAN To All Brotherhood Greetings Sunshine lleaulu Salon 550 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1624 MISS SUNSHINE GREETINGS Coral Gables Pottery Shop HAPPY HOLIDAY McAllister Flowers "Say M with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S.W. 1st St. Ph. 82-5534-5-6 •Red Wood Patio Furniture 2931 Coral Way Phone 48-3055 TO ALL GREETINGS RUSSELL HOUSE MOVERS BONDED— I N S U R E D "No Substitute for Experience" PHONE 7-4978 7250 N.W. 1st AVE. MIAMI. FLOHIM TO ALL GREETINGS LA $AU£ HOT I A. 829 N.W. 21st STREET rrzrrrrri" GREETINGS Morris Blake—Max Schoenfeld ShandiciVre Bar 626 SO. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI To AH ... Greetings SHELL LUMBER CO.. INC. 2733 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-4401 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS MIAMI BEACH BOAT SUPS, INC. 1928 PURDY AVENUE Phone 5-5385 Phones 48-2671 — 48-2672 FOSTER Electric Co., Inc. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster. Pres 2264 W. Flagle, Street Miami Florida GREETINGS VICTOIVS Specializing in ITALIAN FOODS Ricotta Fresh Italian Sausage 2013 N. Miami AYS. Phone 3-9374 GREETINGS FROM J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. FOOD BROKERS 18 N. W. 14th Street M*"* ^ COMPLETE S|00 mmiMFRS ta DINNERS op BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO OUR rRIENDJ AND PATRONS Tr* Our Fme Wh-P* Cra RESTAURANTS wBM I



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PAGE 8 B Letters To The Editor Editor. The Jewish Floridiani The American Council for Judai.-m. at its convention several weeks ago. by resolution extolled the State Department to send arms to the Arab states which will jeopardize the existence of the State of braela It condemned the position Jewish leaden in our country and who are opponents of I he Stale of Israel, and who are ol the wealthy assimilati< nisi class, use their "financial" %  Ion to advance their cause and to fulfill the prophetic words, "Thy enemies and thy destroyers arise from thine own midst" Such men. r resi tinitei imal sectii n ol i ur i n people, constitute .1 council for 'heir own fears, their own o and their o i fishness. They betray those initincU %  ah and aspirvi hich have been flesh of -,'ul ol our soul for ll iusan : : vears ol recorded his1 take issue with such men only >i JUS,. ,if the hour of crises when v.i dare not engage in neutrality! but speak out lest the siate Detent believe they represent a \ cat voice in American Jewry We denounce the statement oi Lea .'i,y Rosens ii'i president of the Council, and Elmer Berber, paid -i.ict.ir> ol ihe Council, in a reKfl that must be under-stood by and non-Jew alike, that they ': re no right to speak for Ameriu -i Jewrj -e who dare to stand against the future of Ihe Stale of Israel and i iitti :• ab ut the "the n I lessi • -oi ihe .1, w, when they stand at of 6.000.000 J< s, are noi only stabbing us in the back but verily in the heart Why do Rosenwald, Berger and 1 e as their policj the negative | trying to encour%  ate Department t" send and to destroy the continued realitj of a state of Is r el It is the result ,.f fear and inferiority Why, these men have attained %  eemingly affluent economic and H Cial prominent and are fearful %  -i i solid State m Israel may endanger their attainments and question their American loyalties It is the "most inane and cowardly attitude. Two thousand years of recorded hiatorj without a homeland in Palestine and the -Golden Eras" where the Jew attained "such heights" they were made tacgatl of malicious attacks A In again the cringing and fawning and fear' Is it not historic Justice land we are desperately and pathetically crying for a new \\i rid order of justice) to make atcure the State of Israel? The majorit> of the Jewish people in America and throughout the world have spoken. Is il democratic or Amer ican for the Council for Judaism a minority) to impress its will on our State Department and befuddle Jen and non-Jew alike? Mu-i we rep en t that a Jewish in I-rael is based on Jews and Arabs wh i are citizens of that country' Sure we want to coneen trate in a try >•! their own where they will live th< ir own normal, national life and not repeat the experiences I past ear How manj Americans would remain if we challenged ihe Ch< %  Irish. Italians. German. Frenchmen and all M>rts of people living as loyal American citizens, whose loyalty no one dares doubt, and yet they have shown interest and sympathy for the countries of their origin and have expressed it by words and deeds? The position of -the Jewish citizens is in no way different than these groups, and all misrepresentations and misunderstandings by the American Council for Judaism to the effect that a Stale of Israel jeopardizes their positions in America are cither conscious or unconscious mis-representations of the basic aims of Zionism. The State Department can givethe answer by refusing to send arms to Arab states, by refusing to I accept the unethical practices 1 against the aspirations of a people. The Arabs will become bolder 1 ,nd bolder if instead of sanctions being levelled against them we enr >urage them by sending arms The Arab higher committee officially declared war on the State of Israel. Have we forgotten how long it is since Munich" How lonu is it -inee non-intervention in Spam' How long iit since Mussolini invaded Abyssinia and defied the le oi Nations" How long il II -nice Japan invaded Manchuria. when the League refused to protect China? How long is ll since Chamberlain appeased Hitler? The sympathy and continued un-l demanding ol the western world. especiallj of America, are more %  ile to Israel than any other %  oral ion They are building worthily in the State oi Israel and tor peace and securitj throughout the world The only |OOd" that came out of the holocaust ot destruction was the creation of the State of Israel and we dare not give "life" to a small ;:roup determined to stop the growth of this little democratic stale This noblest enterprise of our time dare not be cruelly stopped and undermined by arming the Arab states. Rabbi Max Shapiro % %  '" it always tolerated divergence in mailers of belief. This can readi y be deduced from the remarkable fact that during the tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries, the lion of rationalism was resting side by side with the lamb of faith. For many Jewish philosophers. Kabhis and scholars of that Golden Age. such as Ibn Ezra and Maimonides. were far from being hide-hound adherents of orthodoxy. Therefore, it was not a tradition of Judaism that the Jews of Amsterdam, in the 17th century, followed when they excommunicated Spinoza and drove Da Costa to suicide Rather, they had learned only too well the lesson of bigotry, intolerance and cruelty from the Holy Inquisitors, acting themselves in a benighted spirit foreign to the philosophy of ethical Judaism. Dr. Abraham Wolfson FRIDAY, FTBRIURVOC ^ ^ Square Dancing Due Club Everglades. Workmen's Circle Branch 1050. will hold a square dance on Saturday. February 27th. 8:30 p.m. at the Lyceum. 1545 SW 3rd Street. Miami. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA Kditor. The Jewish Floridian: I was delighted to read in The Jewish Floridian that David BenGurion, retired Israel Premier, demanded the abolition of the excommunication of Spinoza by the Amsterdam Jewish Community, about 300 years ago Mr Ben-Gunon. in ; his first article written in his modest little home, in Sdeh Boker, the M demanded the publication of all Spino/a workin Hebrew. We can he justly proud of our beloved Israel and its first great. liberal minded Premier who real i/es that Baruch Spinosa i~ the greatest Jew of modern timeand the greatest ot all modem philosophers His writings should, indeed, be translated into Hebrew Spino/a wrote hihookin Latin, which was the language of scholars in his time It haaver U-en a source of deep pride in Judaism that the practice of religion was deemed more essential than adherence to its dogmaIn a truly enlightened -pint Bond Transfer Co.. Inc. Trucking 1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-3144 Brotherhood Greetings To AM Dr. Roger W. 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DAY, FEBRU ARY 26, 1954 ;a l Mobilization Moves Into High Area Chairmen Plan Dinner +***§*§, n^^r, PAGE SB I ,ched on an unprecedented Kcommiinity enthusiasm, the lined Jewish Appeal General ation wont into action this fin ail parts of Dade County. Lniiation plans for action in Ej n g. solicitation and coverage Lpocts Rot under way immeh'after 'he General Mobiliza£>nimunit> rally held at the Dl H„iel with Mrs. Eleanor Lit and Rabbi Irving Miller Lt s of honor. .... _st area corps to start the ball |g was the West Miami area V Chairman Nelson S. Chaplogcther with Rabbi Alfred Van. of the West Miami Jewletrter, held a successful break-bt the Barcelona Gardens in [Gables Sunday morning. Lresentatives o f Jewish organ l.V.I to 11 old \nual Meeting tw YORK -United Service for [ Americans, major American %  pation and resettlement agBor Jewish refugees, will hold Innual meeting Saturday and |. March 13UI and 14th, at aza Hotel. Now York City, „• Bierineer of Boston, presii i the agency announced this The meeting will mark 20 t service to refugees by and iipredecesaor agenizations in West Miami were i the audience to hear an address by Madame Paulette Oppert, famous French wartime underground leader, who personally directed a program through which thousands of Jewish children were saved in occupied Europe. She has recently returned from Israel and brought to the audience an account of the progress and development she noted in the new democracy. Assisting Chaplin were Fred Belsky Harry Klein, Jack Nemeth, Bernard Supworth and Jesse Teitler. On Monday, noon, George Chertkof, chairman of the Miami area, called a meeting of his vice chairmen at offices in the Olympia Building. Plans were discussed for organization of a business men's counncil and assignments for specific solicitation were made. According to plans announced by all area chairmen, miniature campaigns will be conducted in each area beginning with big gifts functions and following through with business and professional contacts and finally general solicitation. The Jewish War Veterans sent representatives from all posts to a meeting of commanders at Ruby's Restaurant on Sunday morning. Oscar Rappaport, chairman, will head a steering committee organized to encourage participation by all JWV posts in the General Mobilization drive. The JWV is one of 0. J. Van Heuven Goedhart,! ,he national civic defense agencies i Nations High Commissioner '"eluded in the Combined Jewish Appeal. letugeos will speak on world ition ami refugee problems at i-er Saturda) night, formally ; the Miami Beach area met at Work U thf mooting. On Tuesday evening, workers of |ited Service, which receives i from the I'nited Jewish has helped more than 350,liu'ish refugees to immigrate resettle in the United States 11934. sler to Speak Bresslor. national treasurer ne Zionist Organization of pea, will bo guest speaker at pcheon club meeting of the I Beach-Isruel Zionist District dnesday. 12 noon, in the Ritz Hotel Bresslor will discuss Ben-Gurion and his concepIm the relationship between fm and Aliyah. men's Circle Lyceum Hall to plan an all-out enrollment of volunteers and to receive specific pledge card MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1 104 Lincoln M. 9473 Harding Ave Ph. 5-3112 Ph. 86 6171 ?6 cevie CUSTOM TAllOaiHG 1104 LINCOtN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfide HABERDASHERY 30th Vcar on Miami Beach PHONE for Reservation 86-8831 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami*,, On And Only J tFm \ SerV n & ,he jewisk BUILDERS if r „ |fcw sux* A?"J |kf"!iBiY8 Dealers ^3£* \fW ROCK of AGES fcHverTi mr MEMORIALS _* *. Winter Reaidenta Diviaion "on the go" in behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. First row are William Agranove, Ira Krivitzin, William Blechman, Dr. B. Zuckerbraun and M. David Elwitt. Second row are Arnold Seeder, David Davis, Abe Solosko, Edward Cowen, Monroe Cooperman. Sam Corman and George Sogg. Lou Goldman is shown standing. assignments. v"i-e chairmen Seymour Gelber and Isidore Cohen were in charge of the program. On the same evening, Irving Strauss met with a second Miami Beach area group in the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to outline work plans and issue pieage cards. Strauss is a Miami Beach vice chairman serving under General Beach chairman George J. Talianoff. In the Monticello Park area, a special gifts meeting was held Wednesday evening in the home of North Miami Beach co-chairman Lenia Wallace Speaker at the affair was Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood Jewish Community Center. 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i toJiCTfltslb -illopiJbuD jflAML FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1954 SEC. B itate Department Spotlights US-Sponsored Jordan Han By HAROLD EIDLIN JnW) Talagraphk Agency WASHINGTON —The State DeIpartment has turned the spotlight |of publicity on the US-sponsored Ijordan River Valley Development |project. By way of an advance build-up (for next month's impending visit Ho the Middle East by Eric JohnIston. President Eisenhower's perIsonal envoy, for a second round of llalks with government leaders of llsrael. Syria. Jordan and Lebanon, [the department has just reprinted [in booklet form Mr. Johnston's report on his original mission last I October. Although it denies any "particlular significance" to the reprintling of the Johnston report, which I was published originally last Dele-ember in the weekly State Department Bulletin, the added emphasis now given to the highly litI erate piece is bound to have an im1 pact on thinking both at borne and abroad. Aside from the official explanation that the report was selected for reprinting, as are other [articles that appear from time to [time in the Bulletin, because it is [timely, interesting and important." its appearance at this time (coincides with Johnston's proposed l.-econd visit to the Middle East, [tentatively scheduled for midI.March. For one thing, the report can Inow be read by countless numbers [of persons including officials in our own State Department, memIbefsWthp Its foreign service and [members of ( (ingress whose attention may not have been attracted [to it when it appeared in the Bulletin. That list also includes mem|ber< of hundreds of local and national organizations interested in evelopments in the Middle East, pecial reprints of this type go to selected mailing list, a spokesnan for the State Department's )ivision of Publication! explained. The report itself is an appeal for fhe adoption of the Jordan Valley project Its principal argument is Itnat the program -holds out real %  promise to all parties concerned." |To the Arabs "it offers a way to |mwt their peoples' growing deImands for progress and a better ?afa rt L Hirsch -oithe Royal { Sin„ I6S f ,OCal f j ^^J government, as weU leader, u P hUa nropic l >*i ? T' ioined *• "> a driI. ga,e ,a we k I S2aJ > COlleCl Umd ** life." And to the Israelis it "furthers the possibilities to forge ahead with ambitions and urgent plans to wrest every possible benefit from the meager resources on which Israel must depend." That latter reference is so much window-dressing. Israel's leaders, of course, have expressed a desire to go forward with the project. The major stumbling block to acceptance is Arab opposition. Remarks such as was carried in a recent Cairo radio broadcast advising Mr. Johnston "to remain in his country and spare himself the trouble of the trip," do not bode well for the Johnston mission. As to that, the President's special en voy speaks m his report of a "realistic hope" that he can gain acceptance of his proposal, despite the fact that a state of war still exists between Israel and the Arab countries, provided both sides accept the principle of a United Nations-administered project. Realist or not, Johnston just recently re-emphasized his confidence that his proposal would eventually gain acceptance. One more thing the Johnston report tries to do is "to correct a general impression" that he went to the Middle East last year with a "plan." What I had in my briefcase was a proposal," he says. And that is the difference, he thinks. Instead of a rigid plan which demanded a "yes" or "no," he presented both sides with a "concept, a concept which envisioned coordinated development of the Jordan River watershed." Just last week a spokesman for Mr. Johnston reported that his "concept" was still under study. MRS. JEWISH WAR VETERAN of 1954 for South Florida is Mrs. Buddy Logue, of 500 SW 69th Avenue. Contestants from eight JWV posts competed fee the title in finals at the West Miami Jewish Center. Serving as judges were Coast Guafdsmen (left to right) William Drevant, of Chicago, and Walter Smith, of Miami. Global Chess Champions Number Eight Jews By SAM MILLER Jewish Telegraphic Agency FRANKFURT —Of the 15 toplevel chess players who participated in the recent international tournament chess matches at Zurich, Switzerland, eight were Jews, the JTA here was told in an interview with Miguel Najdorf, considered the world's top master in the disconcertingly difficult and exacting specialities of blindfold chess and of simultaneous chess. In addition to himself, representing Argentina. ; lie listed as Jews Samuel Reshevsky (USA), Laszlo Siabo (Hungary), David Bronstein and Efim (Idler and Isuac Boleslavskij (USSR). Two other Soviet players. Yurii Averbach and the pianist Marc Taimanov, he described as half Jews, adding that the latter's wife is also Jewish. Tournament winner Vassily Symslov is a Great Russian, however. Next spring. Najdorf revealed, Smyslov will fight it out in Moscow for the next world championship with the current Jewish world champion, Mikhail Botvinnik. The Jewish visitors from behind the Iron Curtain all belonged to the post-revolutionary generation and are so strongly assimilated to Soviet life-that they seem to know little about Judaism, Najdorf related. With relish he set fqrth the initial bafflement of the Jewish chess experts from Russia when Sam Reshevsky declared that religious scruples would not allow him to play on the Sabbath. Nonetheless, they willingly enough re arranged the schedule, so that America's sole delegate could leave the tournament room an hour be fore sundown on Friday to adjourn to the city's Orthodox synagogue. Resheveky. a Chassid, who was born in a small Polish town but cam" to the United States as a youngster, never returned to the I room until an hour after sunset on Saturday. The Rabbinjcal authorities do not prohibit a game of chess on Sabbath as long as it is a battle of wits indulged in for fun, he explained, but a different interpretation of religious law applies to him because chess playing is his profession. Moreover, he pointed out, tournaments entail the noting down of moves and results, thus leading to a violation of the ban on writing. Before 1939. Najdorf was known not as Miguel but as Moshe Mendel. From Warsaw, where he then lived, he traveled to Buenos. Aires to take part in a chess tournament. When the Germany Army overran Poland, he remained in South America. Although Nazi Governor General Frank had at one point given special assurances to his wife, she perished in the Nazi murder mills, together with his daughter, his four brothers and all other relatives. Since 1947, Najdorf has been recognized as the world's foremost expert in the flabbergasting mental acrobatics known as blindfold chess, which is played without the challenger's making notes or looking at the boards. In Sao Paulo. Najdorf took on 45 opponents at once and beat 39 of them. In two games, he was bested and four ended in a draw. In 1950, he performed the almost incredible feat of carrying on 250 matches at one and the same time to become the world's top player in the field of simultaneous chess. After the war, Najdorf remarried in Buenos Aires, and he proudly shows off the pictures of his two small daughters. Mirta and Lilians Beatrix. On his way back to South America, he stopped over in Frankfurt to visit an old Warsaw schoolmate and concentration camp survivor, Abraham Joskowicz. who has settled down in the German city as a jeweller. 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RIDA Y, FEBRUARY 26, 1954 ^JmisHtorktiari PAGE 5 A lobbi Named to Scouting Council Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Mi, o, ,,h has been elected repre Jii to the South Florida ,,il of the Boy Scouts of Amer. W as announced this week by [rialj of the largest youth organlinn in the world. intun. leader of the North Zt Jewish (enter since 1951, ihbi *bramowiti is a member of Rabbinicii! Assembly of Amer He W as ordained by the Jew[ Theological Seminary of Amer' in 1944. alter being graduated jom Veshiva College in 1940. |Rabbi AbramowiU served as Lritual leader of Shaare Zion fcniiregalion in Montreal for a Lr prior to his entry mto the Led States Army |He served in the Chaplain Corps |r three years, with posts in BerII Trovotore Set For Saturday Eve As its second offering of the season, the Opera Guild of Greater Miami will present Guiseppe Verdi's II Trovatore at Dade County Auditorium Saturday evening with two of the Metropolitan's top singis. Jussi Bjoecling, tenor, and AsIrid Varnay, soprano, in the lead ing roles. Repeat performances will be given at Miami Beach Auditorium on March 1st and again at Dade Coun-, ty Auditorium on March 3rd. Other featured artists will be' Claramae Turner, contralto, and Robert Weede. baritone, both members of the Metropolitan Opera | Company. Minor roles, as is customary, will be song by Miami voice students. The chorus of 70 will be drawn from Opera Guild members. The entire production will be under the supervision of Arturo di Filippi, director of the Opera Guild. Emerson Buckley, musical director of the Mutual Broadcasting System, will conduct. It will be the second time the Guild has given the Verdi opera, first having been presented here in 1945. II Trovatore, which has its setting in 15th century Spain, was first performed in Rome in 1853. It will be sung in Italian in the Guild production. Fully recovered from the brief Ilium that hospitalized him in Sweden this winter. Bjoerling rejoined the Metropolitan early this month to sing the leading tenor role in La Boheme, the opera which he made his debut there in 1938. Women s Division leaders Mrs. Irving LehrmanancJ Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (left) greet a committee M ot e of lhe Cor nbmed Jewish Appeal Sponsors' Tea held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Gould, 5005 Collins Avenue. Guest of honor was Arlene Francis, popular TV and movie star. Shown with Mrs. Lehrman and Mrs. Ablin are (left to right) the Mesdames Aaron tair, co-chairman. Samuel Lipton, Louis E. Goldman, Frances C. Miller, co-chairman, John N. berbin and Leo Chaikin. Sobbi Mayer Abramowitz and in Salzburg, Austria. From k48 until coming here in 1951, Rbbi Abramowitz was director of nigration for the Joint Distribubn Committee in Italy. | In charge of liquidating displacI persons' ramps in southern Eurpe, he aided thousands of Jews i reaching either their homelands I>ra! [Born in Jerusalem, the Rabbi %  been an active worker for the Inited Jewish Appeal and is a |ember of the Board of Governors the Greater Miami Jewish Fedlation. %  Rabbi Abramowitz recently was Imed vice president of the new prth Shore Zionist District. He secretary of the Greater Miami hbbinical Association. [I'nder the Rabbi's leadership, M physical facilities of the North pore Jewish (enter have expandgreatly in the past two years, ith the corner*tone laying of the fnter's new building scheduled F xt !" nth. UM Radio Show Lists Schedule The University of Miami School of Music this week announced its radio program for the week of March 1st, heard over station WVCG at 12 noon, as follows: Monday—John Bitter in a discussion of the music situation in Dade County; Tuesday—Frederick S. Youngfelt, lecture on the suit, with recorded illustrations; Wednesday—F. H. Ash, with the U of M Band in original student compositions. Thursday — Laurence Tremblay and woodwind ensemble music; and Friday—Frances H. Bergh in a discussion of folk songs as used by great composers, with recorded illustrations. jehachter Concert let for Sunday [Jacob Schachter, director of the pish Variety Hour heard every %  May from 12 ,„ 2 p m g ce e ptmg his 24th year on the air F'h a testimonial evening and conr [Yiddish stars of radio, theatre !" television are programmed. pe £amora Jewish Center Choir, Mucted by Rabbi Max Landman, >> Participate. Among prominent BH cV aUend wiu •* M yw "orInrk K ''""Oilman Harold Td others e Norman R Ly 008 T*et and Droxel Avenue, on Sunfick,, Ua /" y 28,h at 8; 30 P-nN Ret!' "" "'" amt d 3t ,he Star Mcheim to Speak Li*' h City Council of k IZI i[ now nead ,,f h P< W' "' J 'wish Agency. i Miami R P, ; uk,-r for • GreatF"hiTJ v rac, ,fMa P e| H amiz. K <.f Vr ni X m, otin 8 in I** F Michigan T Mls S |, rush ? ar sagQas a unded "ver 30 fthe^, labor wing r*'tnelar "" lw ,m '"t, is now iou Paxtit?'''""' '"""ential reJj c> m Israel. Popiel School Dedicated North Dade Jewish Center has dedicated the Popiel School in a ceremony in which officers and children of the Center participated. The building consists of five classrooms and modern facilities. In dedicating the building, the president Murray Apfelbaum, acTemple Israel Sisterhood Slates Meeting, Program A program has been planned by chairman and vice president Mrs. Harold Thurman for the meeting of Temple Israel .Sisterhood on: Monday, March 1st, 1:30 p.m., in. Kaplan Hall. Stars of the afternoon are Ruthana Kraye. singer, and Gertrude. Baskine. author, lecturer and world traveler. Miss Kraye is a versatile singer' who has appeared at many resort' hotels and on radio and television. She appeared with the New York City Opera Company and the Miami Opera Guild. Gertrude Baskine was born in Montreal and graduated from McGill University. During her college years, she represented McGill in Paris, France, at the international conference for social work and was allowed to return, to the university later in order to tour Europe, the Balkans and the near East. She engaged in social work but left it to become a feature writer on the Montreal Gazette. She covered the opening of the Alaska highway and was named special lecturer for the League of Nations. She spent three years in New Delhi, India, on a government job, penetrated Tibet which was closed to travelers, traveled in French Indo-China, reported on the German airlift and was assistant editor of the Berlin Observer, an American Army newspaper. She is the wife of Charles M. Baskine, a consulting chemical engineer. They came to Miami in the fall of 1992. Mrs. Baskine is now engaged in free-lance writing and lecturing. Miami Zionists Slate Attain* The Young Miami Zionist District will have an Oneg Shahbat at the home of Mickey Doych. 980 SW 7th Street, on Friday. February 26th, 8:30 p.m. Zvi Berger will speak on: The Position Of Women In Modern Jewish Life. The organization will meet at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 135 NW 3rd Avenue, in a discussion of the destruction of the first and second temples, on Tuesday, March 2nd, 8:30 p.m. The district also plans a musicale at the home of Deena Sternstein, 5820 SW 13th Terrace, on Thursday, March 4th, 8:30 p.m. To Discuss Brotherhood George Brautigam, Dade County States Attorney and former Chicagoan. will be guest speaker at the Chicago Club on Sunday, February 28th, 8:30 p.m.. at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Brautigam, who is active in the National Conference of Christians and Jews in the Greater Miami area, will speak on Brotherhood. Cupid Capers Dance Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold its second annual "cupid capers dance" in the Neptune Room of the Robert Richter Hotel on Sunday evening, February 28th, 9 p.m. In charge of the affair is Miss Sandy Silberman, first vice president of the organNew Opening RIVtRMONT PARK MANORS "A Horn* Away from Home" 1419 N.W. South River Dr. opposite Orange Bowl Phone 9 0992, 3-3241 A residence Club far Sealers Ml 7 ocres beautiful Riverfront Ten minutes from downtown by but 1* Open all yemr Rebekah Lodge Meetings Next regular meeting of Mount cepted the keys'from Mrs. Anna | Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 will $11.00 Food for the Price of $10.00 THIS PASSOVER SCRIP TO ISRAEL IS OFFERING A FREE 10% BONUS •n all of the finest GIAT KOSHER FOR PASSOVER FOODS burchoiej through Scrip to Israel Gift certificates. 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nn p.v FEBRUARY 26, 1954 "Jewlstifkw+farj RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 1 LA TIPPLE BETH SHO4.0M will i hnld Fritlav evening services at s 15 P m with Rabbi Leon Kronish !f,iritinfi n of the National ConfeVenoV of Christians and Jews. His talk is cheduled as: Brotherhood, Good ense. Good Americanism And Religion. He will be introduced by Dr. Jjacob Cunningham, director of the fcoutheast Region of NCCJ. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. ;iix Hinkes. Saturday morning bervices are at 9 a.m., when HartTjey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan lOstrofsky. will become Bar Mitzlah. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. tind 6 p.m. • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening servces at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Federation Sabbath. Kabbi Morris Skop nil officiate and discuss: Why Did Moses Say Enough.* Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, (neater Miami Jewish edention executive director, and \aron Kanner, general campaign bhairman. will be among honored luests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker, ,1 3415 SW 17th Street will be loste at the Oneg Sabbath followfig. in honor of their 30th anniersary. Saturday morning services at 10 am Kiddush will follow. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will fcold Friday evening services at .45 p.m Saturday moating sarv Ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi fhraaryahu Swirsky will officiate nd, discuss: How Xo Serve \f A clMfcifti Talrou uled for 4:30 p.*hY.,~& we Tuesday and Thursday. Mi: be at 5:30 p.m., followed by i Seudos. when the Rabbi will cuss the Portion of the Zohar. r L Katz will render the portions of the liturgy. services are in Academy all at 10 a.m. mate I I MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND I0NGREGATION will hold Friday •ping services at 8:15 p.m. Juncongregation will conduct servs. Participating will be Richard •n*. Jr., Norman Classman and j? 1 Kreutzer, who will speak. jwlay morning services are at am. Rabbi Simon April will "ss: Do n t Be A Stranger. Canrele Kelemer will render the Mfctl portions of the liturgy. m services are at 7:30 a.m. and M p.n. TIPERiTH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will, hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., honoring Brotherhood Week. Rabbi Louis Cassel will ffitatc-and discuss: What Christianity Owes To Judaism—What Judaism Owes To Christianity. Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Marshall Glantz and Barry Kutun, pupils of the Religious School, will represent the youth of the congregation. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m.. conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. The Center Choir and Steven Fogel will assist. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is: A Sabbath Gathering. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tinkler. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fogel, will be come Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow under the spwKPrebip of the Fogels. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., fol lowed by Maariv*. • H** • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Guest Speaker will be Rabbi Louis J. Lehrfield, president of the Chicago Rabbinical Council. Subject of his talk is: Looking Ahead. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will diaeoat: Building And Building. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow, served by the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Abraham Bergman and MrAaron Weingarten as hostesses. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos, when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 8 and 8 a in and at 6 and 6:30 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., honoring Brotherhood Week. Members of the Miami Junior Chamber Of Commerce will be.guests At th service. Dr. Joseph kan^will offi qtate and rn *^j Bjlilh" Jaco Barnstein will rVndaf'TjeV'ttiusic portions of the liturgy. A reception will follow. Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m., when Philip Bauer Bergson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney S, Bergson, will become Bar Mitzvah. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory A ?h^'t; ? ,, "rJ tabb "* aac Ever. OrSttaST" "* W 8ld •* ve B .V 1 E| -'! r s "naryhu 8wlr*kv. Or*..*."'• f* 9 W 17 "' Avc '. Miami. V„, h J, COb ~. l{i,bbl M Mescheloff niih cKi' ""af 11 w h *.ve., MB •kv VStV i "" l,M •'""' %  '"' "Mtor. sk> Orthodox, MS Kuelld Ave Mlami Beach, C r l Q t bl "r I Ubb Mo'rl. Skop. LibDowntown Synagogue — luhlil Arvah Mi'.mi''' '"" H 1 '"'' ""' NW :; "' AvSJ. FlagHr.Qranada—H.verond I..,, H. In. ConxervaUv.-, 0(1 NW Ua( PUo, Miami. Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander Uroaa. Orthodox, 91S 6th St.. M.B Miaieah-Miami Springs — Rabbi Harrv Kttlncer, ronorviiti>. ;i.,| E 4th Ave, Flliilnah. Israelite Center — R a |.|,| Morton Mulavsky, Conservative, 3198 SW 2tth T.-r., Miami. Knsaath Israel— Rabbi Abraham Caeeel. Orthodox. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irving l\*hrman. Conservative. 1701 Wash. Ave.. M.H. Miami Hebrew School—Rsibbl Simon April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave., Miami. Monticello Park — Rnbbl Boils Rackovaky. Conservative. l4th Street and .\E 11th Avenue, North Miami Itearh. North Oade — Conservative. H630 W Dixie Highway. North Miami. way. North Miami. North Shore—Rabhl Mayer Abramowiti, Conservative. 20 75th St., Mlml Reach. Temple Israel—Dr. Joseph Narot. Reform. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami. Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center ol Hollywood, Rabbi David Shapiro. Conservative, 2O30 I'olk St., Hollywood. Tlfereth larael — Rjir.bl Louis Cassel, 6.'.0 N. Miami Ave Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conservative, i,20 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Reach. Zamora — Rabbi Max M. I.andman, Conservative, 44 Zamora, Ave., Corai Gables. er re< I ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m., with late services scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the topic: Brotherhood In Action. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the liturgy portions. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Meyer Simon in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 8:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating and discussing: The Sabbath As An Educational Tool. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Siegel will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following,-in honor of their wedding anniversary. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion of the Law and chant the liturgy. Ira, son Qf Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gveenwald, will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow. Daily servicfes iri'the'chapelat ttfO'a.ih; "! irtfri'-i ;.rr^ .1^ t 'mo,-ir'i' KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.-, with Cantor Abraham Seif officiating. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 0:15 p.m. %  '• • • MONTICELLO PARK will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris' Rackovsky officiating, Loiiis Heiman, Miami attijrney, will be guest-speaker at the Oneg Shabbat following. He is cochairman of the Florida office, National Conference of Ch/istiaaeVand Jews and will carry out the tfis)inc of Brotherhood Week in his Mlk Saturday morning services are' at 9 a.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on: Fashioning The Cheruvim Of Today. A class in Cbumash and Rashi will be held by H. Goldstein at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday services are scheduled for 8 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating. Topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be: George Washington And Chaim Solomon. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, • sponsored' by Mrs. Abraham Feinberg in celebration of her birthdav. Early evening services will be held at 5:'20 p.m., be conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. Saturday services will begin at 9 a.m. Junior congregation will hold services at 11 a.m., in the Maloff Room. Services are held at 9 a.m. Sundays and at 7 a.m. weekdays. • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating. Theme of tha service is scheduled as: Brotherhood Of Mankind. Guest speakers will be Rev. Allen E. Ba'rtlett. of the Miami Springs Methodist Church, and Miss Marjorie plummer, principal of the Springview Elementary School. Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mrs. Nate Becker and Mrs. William Kaeapler." NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the topic: With All Thy Might. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir assisting under the direction of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when'Irving Betrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Betrock, will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are at 6:30 p.m. • TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood, will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 pm. Dr. Alexander Brin will be guest speaker and discuss: My Visits With Jews In Every Corner Of The World. Marshall Baron will assist Rabbi David Shapiro and Cantor Joseph W. Malek. The Temple Choir will be under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Baron. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Marshall Baron will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 9 a.m. MAURICE FXClUSIVf DtSIGHtK and TAIIOK LADItS 1 SUITS oncf COATS WE REMODEL and RESTYLE 1670 ALTON ROAD (Near lincela) PHONE 58 3363 — CAMP CARLYLE r t Souths Ouljf.n.in. j,„j, fc C mp ,„ toys ma i Cl >/, HENDQISONVILLE. N.C. he heart of vacat'onland. 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jtdcaiw PAGE 10 B *L~itfifkrMtolL FMPAY, FEBRUAwv GLOBAL SHORTS Professor Einstein Receives Jewish Delegation at Home IJWV Post Urges Justice Department To Clarify Stand Attorney General Herbert Brow nell. Jr.. b studying a Jewish War PRINCETON (WNSIProfessor Veterans' proposal for Justice Dc bert Einstein, famed sc.entist, | part ment action 10 clarify the part German Bar Holds Sabbath Not High Jewish Holiday FRANKFURT (WNS) — Dr. .... seph Klibansky. one of the leading | a ful hour a t his home here that privsts ''*l u u '" n \ c i *" h ; members of the German bar and vith a Jewish delegation repre %  in uprooting and deieaung i an Orthodox Jew. was advised this scnling 0 SE. Heading the delega Communist conspiracy m m week by the Honor Court of the ion was A shaban of South AMcountry without | m P inR,nB J'" j" Frankfurt Bar Association that ItL, cha irman of OSEs world execu efforts being made by go\trnmcnt could not accept his refusal to ap | (jvp wno mano a special plane trip agencies in this field, pear for a hearing on a Saturday ffom Jo hannesberg. Professor Ein-, Harold Shapiro ( ommanaer 01 since "the Sabbath is not a high j s ejn has bcell act ive in OSE f r ] JWV Post No 330. Miami Beacn, Jew ish holy day.' Klibansky. prinj manv years. cipal defense attorney in the AuerLXGAL WCnCK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS nv NAME LAW \UTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that .1,, HI nlft-ned. dealrlne to mM In liualnea* undei the fl. illloun name of TKHOITT TELKVISHIN. at ll.1 All,iii Road, Miami Beach. I>'<< "• 'ealater MI Id name lh in. Clerk of the Circuit Cowl of Dude "omit>. 1 •'""'" JKKKT MELTS, BoM 6wBel ,-12-11 LBOAL NOTICI out bach trial, adyised the bar MWtitj^ j(| po|an(| Expo$e( | t0 tion. when he received the notice to appear, that he could not comply with the summons since he would have to desecrate the Sabbath. Dangers, Dr. Frankel Feels TEL AVIV WNS>—Dr. A. Fran kel. a Jewish physician from War saw who arrived here this week from Vienna, told newsmen that the Jews in Poland are exposed Mid here this week that his organization's proposal had been sumPiilted to Mr. Brownell bv Harry T Madison of Detroit.. Michigan. Na tional Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, because "recent events have underscored the need for wider public understanding of the extent to which the Communist threat is being met by existing govand the danNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HHRRUY CIVKN that • !,. >inl. i -;IMI. .1. •!> Hiring tu engine in li.isine-under the flctrMmia HIM of 111 lim MUKSS SHOP, at t\ Lincoln i:. .,, h, II• %  11 da, Intenda i mi name with the i i. ik ,t tinill. nit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROKK HWtltlS. Sole OWMf CKOKGK I TAI.IAN'H'I', ESQ. Mtornej for ROM Harrla 11 M — 1/1NOTICE UNDERnCTTr NAME LAW NOTICK ,S HKREHT Qlfta the underalcned. ,1.., .,,. R N hUKliit-Ha under tli. S '" "IH MUNICIPAL Al-lo "SAMB 5 ? N.W. Ith Street, M,„,,"^. M reclater aukt mime „ Ihl 3* Ih7 Circuit i-uui, h ,">rk LEONARD J. K \ \ i',|" :|i Attorney for Api>ii, .,,„ MM 1 in I',,in |)i,|. •."i-: i Epstein Now Sir Jacob as Jewish Sculptor is Knighted LONDON (WNS)—Jacob Epstein, the famous Jewish sculptor who was bom 72 years ago on New as hostile to Jews %  M O H government agencies." York's lower East Side, was knightrusts and Russians and that Jews w^ jwv M ion caUs on he ed here this week by Queen Mother .would be the first victims ini IBS ; ^.^ ^ rtment to convene a Elizabeth at a ceremony at Buck-1 event of a change in the Polish re { of civjc patriotic and me JCS ... n • i crnmental aeenc es and the dandaily to dangers and ^rimma\^SSt^Sl^m voluntary turn in all Phases of life Dr > JM ions engage in activities r rankel said the Polish mas art ^ ^^ properlv ^ carried on ingham Palace The sculptor, one of, g'me. ^^^^ the most controversial figures in' the history of that medium, will Eisenhower is Invited to be known as Sir Jacob. community organizations at the earliest possible date. Foehrenwald Inmates Demonstrate in Munich nor Frank Lausch, of Ohio, this week visited the White House and invited President Eisenhower to atMIMCH ( \\ NS) The trouble|end he annua mcetjng of tne Na some situation in the Foehrenwald jona Conference 0 f Christians and Interfaith Conference Proceeds to Go for WASHINGTON (WNsi — cover-, New Synagogue Sisterhood of Young Israel Synagogue held its February membership luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Abraham Mostov, 4434 Post Jews. The parley is to be held in Cleveland early in spring. camp, only remaining Jewish DP camp in Germany, came to a boiling point this week when some 150 camp inmates attempted to seize i. the headquarters here of the Joint' Or. Goldmann Hopes DdSIS TOT Distribution Committee during a Talks Will Soon be Found demonstration that was broken up by local police after minor clashes' N 'E W YORK (WNS)— Dr. Nahum culminating in injury to twelve I Goldmann. welcoming the Austrian displaced Jews and the arrest of Chancellors expression of readf three others. News Agency Reports on German Jewish Population Avenue. The Sisterhood will hold a card party on Wednesday, March 10th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Tides Hotel. Mrs. Adolph Kratish. ticket chairman, announced that attendance will not be limited to the membership. Mrs. Isidore Friedman, president. Mid that proceeds of the party will go to th<' Building Fund of Young Israel for its new synagogue now under construction at Prairie Avenue and 40th Street. A general invitation was extended to ail children in the 41st Street area to attend the Oneg Shabbat activities conducted every ness to resume negotiations of Jewish claims, declared here at a press conference that "we all hope 1 that a formula will be found that will enable the Jewish organizaj tions to agree to the resumption of NEW YORK (WNSV-^In an Asso-i these talks." He asserted that "if. ciated Press report from Frankfurt j an acceptable formula can be i Saturday afternoon. 2 p.m.. at 4081 this week, the New York Heraldj found to resolve the existing difi Chase Avenue, under the direction Tribune reported the Jewish pop-1 ferences of opinion on the beirlesslof the Misses Lila Eisenberg and ulation in West Germany at 125.-' property issue, the major obstacle J Donna Makovsky. 000. In addition, the report disclos-' towards the resumption of negotiaed that the proportion of Jewish j tions will have been removed." children to the adult population is i very small, it cited the fact that of' Shorett Favors Easing of Draft the 250 Jews in Hanover, only 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TK'K IK HBRRBT CIVKN that ih*undt'rolicncd. drHlrlnjr to encase In lni.lncsi under the fictitious mime of I.INDA EXPORT, at ;5 S.W. zlat Street, Miami, I Hide County, t-lorlda. intend lo realnter anld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of rtade t'ounly, V\ox I'ln llli'HARD I'H'K y.liKNA PICK KlItT Wl I.I.ISCH Ati'.nie.v al l.aw Attorney for Hlehard Pick and Zdena Pick 1114-17 t'onnrena Building. Miami. Kin. : t* — s/i-iz-u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTI<-K IK HKTtrcilY CIVKN that Hi. undemigned. deBlrirur to enirace In bualneaa under the flctltloua name of SIN I1I.KKT IIOMK JUICE COMI'ANV. at tit N.W. ZSth Street. Miami. Florida, intend* to reflater aald name wlrti the t'lerk of the Circuit Court of IHide County, Florida. SCN III.ERT CORPORATION OF H.'illll>A By IJ50 NEMEROVSKI. I'reaident I : — S/5-lI-lf NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0U, NMIVIt LAW NOTICE IS lli.i: ,v (i ,.. j the underalRi.,.,1. -nL'M IniHlnean undei th. : | !" ,n2£ 1 l Inn Avenue, .\, ., ',',! '^ O j-\ BUty, HH.. Intend •„ ,,,,,;. r "*1* name wjth the CUrk ..f t |, %  %  BERICK. SHAI-IUi, t KIUV-I "*• Attorneya for ApplkanU i20 l.in.oln Road :/J-I a/5-12 NOT,CC N U A N M D E ER LA F ; CT T ">V :OTICE IS HKKKHY CIVRS underalRned, dexlrin i„ n...L_ liiixinena under the ri.-Titluua rSSS OCEAN SHORK M..TKL 7 SHU Cidllna Avenue. Miami H c h S! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih IIKRRBY CIVKN that the iinderMsni-d. de.lrlnn to emtaire In |..I.|M .^ under the flctltloua name of SIN BI.E8T CORPORATION, at !4 N.W. r*th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to reclater aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SINRIJCKT CORPORATION OF n.oRIDA By LEO NEMKROVSKI. Prealdent !, &f — J'S-1J-I> Rabbi Lehrman to Speak Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be guest speaker at are children under the age of 13 Regulations for Orthodox In Western Germany, the Associj Jerusalem i\VNS>Liberalization j t b luncheon club meeting of Misted Press report said, there are of lhe regulations covering the' ami Beach Lodge. B'nai BTith. on 400 Jewish lawyers. 350 storekeep-; conscription of religious women Tuesday. March 2nd, 12:15 p.m., ..-. nnn _•„ ... —. ; n l.. *" %  .. > -r .k. l I V... V ..,...., 1 II .. I ers. 200 students and three in Parliament. LEGAL NOTICE into non-military aspects of the naat the National Hotel. tional service was indicated this week by Premier Moshe Sharett when he requested suspension of the implementation measures pendj IN ^ME'cme^/couerr T OF"THE ing reconsideration of the regulaELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF tions. In a letter to Chief Rabbi SOSRT? ,^CH^C D ERY N.^MS Herzog. the Premier stated that j HKI.KNK KOSKNBACM. I'laimirr. Orthodox young women woold not M „.,.:,; ,., SI:N „ UM lv(rIll1 n ,. ben required to stay away from I SUIT FOR DIVORCE Israel Will Soon Live in Peace With Arabs, Envoy Says STOCKHOLM (WNS) — Israeli Minister of Labor Goldie Myerson. addressing a dinner tendered her by the Swedish Israel Society, as! home over night and "that those T S5P" ROSEN'RACM" ortorf (K,t •>,. I 1. t t i .i : _' KiMdrme unknown serted that the founding of Israel was not only a triumph for the Jewish people but for the world as well and that the day was ap choosing to serve in agricultural' Tou. MoRRJM ROSENBACM settlements would be assigned to \fiSS !£"&£? Li^LS, %* religious settlements. quired to r Al "lea" 1 proaching when Israel would UvVThrM Zionists Reported i S 'vJSutt M Attor^T!^-fi in peace with her Arab neighbors. ^, %  ,. 'i'KiuK..r MT-n Oiympu BulUInc, Mayor Carl Albert Andersson Acquitted in Hungary greeted the guest on behalf of his municipality, declaring it was the objective of the Swedish Israel "to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l*% HEREBY CIVKN that the undemirned. deetrtrar to encage In bualneaa under the flctltloua name of RAND 1>RV CI.KANKR* A l.ACNrjRY. at !lt N.W. lat Court. Intend to remMer aald name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Hade Count). Plorna. HARM HKRRKOWITZ 1SIBOR HKRHKOWITZ Sole Ownera MAX SILVER AII.ITII,.* tor Aiifiiiranta *K SeyKld UM*. U%* — i'5-ir-i* County. PJa. intends i„ re:,,;,% name with the Clerk .if ih, ,-JS t ou 'L.. .. ly *' X County. Horidi^ 1 THE PORBl It CoRttiRATH, IIERICK. SHAPIRO A r-RIEr,"" Attorneya for Appia.nta 420 Lincoln Road 2/19-N — J/5-12 ~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HERKI'.V UIVEN tkt the underalnned. de>li na t.. rncaata inipliieaa under ih.futiiiona aa^ael TOWER KALE8 Ct.MI'AXT UHI N.W. 4Srd Ilace. Miami, Flon HEREXY GIVEN tuat the underalcned, deali^nc to enjeace In hualnewa under the flctltloua name of GABLES STATIONKRH. at 1 Olralda Avenue. Coral Galdea. intenda to reclater aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SOL SCHRF.IRER t/M — 2,:-i*-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN that the underaicned, dealrirut to encase In liiialneH.i under the flrtltloua name of GLOBE GREEN STAMPS.. CMiHE STAMP CO., INC. at 2722 Ponce De I.. ..n Bred Cral Gablea. Fla.. intenda to reclater nald name with the Clerk of th,. circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GLOBE STAMP CO., INC. By: DAVID JAC0U8ON, President HENRY M. CADI Attorney for Applicant Sll W. Klacler St. Miami, Fla. 2 2 — S j-12-l Ar.-.ii Pleadlne in th. LONDON tWNSl-The acquittal '.t .-..uri "n S and release of three leader, of th, tl'jMSSV 1 ^ Jewish community of Budapest '• taken eradicate fr,.m Sweden all possible I who *re recently indicted on ^ remnants of evil that came to Con charges of having conducted Zion *ii be iiubimlied once tral Europe during the twenties and thirties Nazis Said His Art Was Degenerate; Bonn Favors Him of Feliruar). HANOVER (WNS)-The noted German impressionist Max Lieberof the Zionist organization in Buda mann. who died two years after pt>st. Hitler came to power and whose! work was branded by the Nabis Israel Abolishes Capital as -degenerate art." was artistical_._..i__ _.* %  .. ~ ly reborn in Germany this week. I rTnmnent; (.QDinet Opposed with President Theodore House as JERUSALEM (WNS) — A bill the patron here of the late artist's abolishing the death penalty for \M ,ct,v,t.cs in Hungary was re>"• ported here by the World Jewish ,. v N ",:.'I :I ', K,{I: \{ MUmi. Congress. The released were identi fied as Abraham Komitzer. leader of Orthodox Jewry in Hungary: Dr Bela Denes, leader of the Ooaisl movement in Hungary ; and Henrik Galos. formerly general secreUry i. tliia lth .lj AD B. II I.K.ATHERMA.N !e>k. '"ir, • Com ;* %  c.Hin-> hlorida 11. WM W STOCK I NO Seal! .iV.k KTK<>r Attorney f,. r CUintiff BulMlag. Miami. Fla. i* — 3 *-12-U ifi'i-u-ts D,pu,y ""* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS IIEREPY GIVEN that the undesigned, dealrlnc to encaca In bllU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT J FLORIDA. IN AND CON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Na I ADOWlON OF JOSEPH NICHOLAS BALaBS NOTICE TO ARPEAft To: Joaeph Balata Addreae I'nknemi You are hereby not.f.ed that i tion far Uie Adortu-n of JO NICHOLAS BALAZS haa and you are required to serve < of your Anawer or other r"leat the Petition for Adop.. n on PetB era attorney, SHELDON N. CHCK, 702 Seybold HuUdtaC. 22, rTorlda, and file the oncliul i wer or Pleadtnc in the Offlr* J Clerk of the Circuit Court ui Dade County, Florida, >"i <" the lith day of Mar. •>. Ii. DATED tola jtli iii> of i '' E B I.KATHHtMMfJ Clerk ot the Clrctlt' By M. C GRIBt rOali Oeputy Clerk SUKI.IHIN N LEUMII K. B Attorney for Petll t/lt-lt-M — 1/S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of" "M ELEVENTH JUDlCi*L CIRCU"^ FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR l COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. f4a SAM BAPOFr*. I'u.nttff. IIId K V 8APOF F. '•:"'"'NOTICE TO APPCAC To: Hexky Sapoff iJj Rrlatol M •-' Kn~.klyn. Kea ork Y.i are herrbj u. .nf-d that'J of Complaint for ''""* """J filed acalnat you. an l % % % %  [J3 ad to aerve a eop> %  ''", vJJJj other pleadlnc to th' ','..,ja on Plaintiff-a att. I.KU-HIK. 7*2 S. anil 22. FI"Hda. and Anawer or pleading the Clerk of the Cl•• %  •*••"••• %  the fletitloua name of I"" 'VVountv. Fl" '•'• f, AnSol Co. at P. O. Boa 47*. Miami J"^ '?*? d av of M Reach, intenda to reclater aald name ,!^' '' ,2. -ji—.tl...~ ••! "" jMth the .lerk of the Circuit Court of ^Ly, 1 ,"', win be taken I d %  t li t <"ort I i.i, oaorl iWi • tn* Hade Count. rVrida SAIL A HACKMYER, Sole Owner MEL\TN It FRIMKKS Attorney fy Applient l Lincoln Road lt-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW first major exhibition in more than a quarter of a century When Hitler came to power he not only banned Liebermann's art. but stripped him from all honors in the German art world, including the post of president of the Berlin Academy of Art. murder was passed this week by Parliament by a vote of 61 to 33 in the face of reported opposition by Prime Minister Moshe Sharett and most members of his Cabinet. Under the new measure, which does not apply to treason, desertion and war crimes, life imprisonment is the maxiurn punishment for murder. ounty. Florida. : :* l/i-12-l N. D !• IN,NOTICE JfMS;,CT.T.OUI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERNBY GIVEN that 'he underalcned. dealrlnc to encase in t>uine. under the flctltloua name of I'HIIJ.II-s FCRNITCRE CO.. iNot •5* *' *'** &w •' ntraat. Mtaxal. 'end* to leaiater aald Mm with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. Count}-. Fluridai-HII. H BEARKAN HENKY M fib 0 *" Attorney f..r Applicant 2. Weat Ftacler St.. MUmi, Wntlnn l/t-lt-IS-M *// ^^ K ,2 :,, ZL ,Al ^ "-—, K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tne unoaraurned, •eairlnc to encase In ^•jRnS under tne flctfttoue name at j^awv WK^ fisffi^ T5 rt **t r %  "* %  •• "t 1 • Cieck of JlJjCirenit Cotwt ot Dane County. RAYMOND C. ALBRIGHT. BERNARD R Ifim !" llf Complal tv you. DATED thh 5th la> ,M E. R. l-KAlfig Clerk ofi B i. ..tr_ SHELDON N. LEU;IH ^ E Att rney for Plaintiff :,'l2-I-2a — *£ bualneaa under the .'""".., | •THE OWEN C<; .' nd.*.' Avenue MUur.1 ^U '1 HANK-J y^gb 2IYER-W. HEIMAV A ** n 2/12.l-2 — FICTI1 IOT1CJS 18 HEHKHT O



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PAGE 2 A *Je*lsLFhrM!*!L k CJA Plans Party for 2,000 Women A community garden party attended by some 2.000 women of Greater Miami will be the climax of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division campaign, it has been announced by division cochairmen Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The mammoth social event is set for Monday, March 15th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. -The glamorous gifts' function has been planned as Share-Your-Sunshine luncheon and will feature outstanding speakers and a program designed to please the campaigners of the CJA Women's Division. Mrs. Morris Alpert, long-time resident of Miami Beach and a civic worker, has been named chairman of the unusual event. "This will be the biggest garden party in the history of South Florida," said Mrs. Alpert, announcing plans for the affair "The Women's Division is combining threg gift functions usually held at this time of the year under auspices of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Our Garj den party will replace the Life, Security and Young Matrons Division functions held in previous compaigns." she declared. Mr. Arthur Bu'rrell has been appointed to direct a series of meetings known as Federation workI shops to map plans for the big afI fair. Assisting Mrs. Burrell are the Mesdames Phillip LefkowiU and Harry Zukcrnick. The Share-Your"-Sunshine lunch icon received the biggsn* xrftilrs. Kleanor Roosevelt Who w< present 'at the first organizational meeting ; held at the home of Mrs. Jack MintI zer. 6440 North Bay Road, last i Thursday The former First Lady commended the CJA Women's Hi j vision and pointed out that women's role in community welfare work has taken on major importance in recent years. "No garden will be large enough to accommodate our anticipated gUOStS, and it was decided to take our party indoors where sunshine will be guaranteed." said Mrs. Alpert. commenting on the sunshine theme of the luncheon. "Our aim in 1954 ia to surpass the record achieved by the Women's Division in last year's campaign. The women j of Greater Miami are prepared to make this possible with our final i YIVO Committee Conducts Membership Drive; Slates Banquet Here for Sunday The YIVO Committee of Greater Miami is currently conducting a membership drive for the Yiddish Scientific Institute. Better known as the YIVO. the organization was founded in Vilna in 1925. At the outbreak of World War II. its headquarters were transferred to New York. Since then. Yivo has_become a clearing s „,. r y ld(iivm r Forun house for Jewish scholars, serving both as a place of research and study and as "an institution of information and education for the laymen, according to Ethiel Lesowder, president of the Greater Miami Chapter. In the course of its existence, YIVO Jias initiated and carried out hundreds of studies on various aspects of Jewish life and in the course of these years published a total of more than 75,000 pages in its books and periodicals. The YIVO Library contains over 200,000 volumes. Its archives contain over a million items, one of the most complete record of modern Jewish life. The membership drive will be highlighted here by a gala banquet on Sunday. February 28th. 6 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr. Shlome Noble. instructor in Biblical literature and history, research director of YIVO and editor of the YIVO Manuel of Jewish Social Science. There will also be,a program of Jewish music. One of the local functions of the YIVO Committee of Greater Miami which meetevery Saturday evening in Kneseth Israel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Alpert and Mrs. Ketstielf effort at the sunshine luncheone," Mrs. Alpert said. Assisting Mrs. Alpert as co-chairmen are the Mesdames Arthur Burrell, Jennie Grossinger, Saul Herman, Bernard Hoffman, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Sol Silverman, Sam Simonhoff, Bernard R. Stevens and Max Wietz. According to reports submitted at the General Mobilization rallylast week, the Women's Division has already secured pledges in excess of Slio.OOO against their 1954 quota of $165,000. Mrs. Ablin and Mrs. L.hrman. general co-chairmen, expressed their confidence in the aim of the March 15th Share Your Sunshine luncheon, declaring that the affair would take the Women's Division over the top in the current campaign. Author \ight to ProHpnt I'ovts The Miami Public Library will repeat a Florida Author Night pro gram originally given in 1951. on Thursday, March 4th, at 8:30 p.m. Led by Vivian Laramore Rader, Florida's poet laureate, several nationally known poets will read their poetry. Harriet Blackwell. Lillian Grant. Hannah Kahn and Orma Jean Surbey, all of whom publish poetry in national magazines, will take part in the program. Stella Tuttle. who won first prize in the recent Kaleidograph Press contest, will read poetry from her prize-winning volume, Nor Bitter Nor Profane. Alice Boyd Stockdale, who was not on the original program but who has recently published a number of humorous poems, will also appear on the program. Vivian is preparing a proLaramore Rader will serve as modgram of dancing, table games., erator. read from her own poetrv bridge, chess and refreshments. Had Sappho Written Sonnets and The Sunday night socials will be a' her latest book. Poinciana Poems regular feature of the group and [She will also talk of the history is open to all single adults over 28.1 and trends of poetry in Florida. T.V. SERVICE No Charge For Call Night*, SunilaVK. HoUriays I'nlveml TV. rhne S3-1387 IMMKI'IATK TV SKRVICK DAILY. BCNDATS. HOLIDAYS 10 A.M t


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PAGE 8 A *JelsM*ridto£_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M American Notables ... Charles Frohman: The Jew of 1899 t By HARRY SIMONHOFF {Harry Simonholf's column, constitutinq a series enfir/erf, American Notables, is being published by Tbe Jewish FforMian as parf of fhe tercentenary celebration of Jewish sefflemenf in the United States.-lhe fditors.) The amazing career of the greatest <>f all play pro rs was hardly conditioned by education or heredity. Oti.irles Frohman received little, if any schooling. It is true his German-born father showed a penchant for acting in amateur plays. Leaving Sandusky. Ohio, the elder FrohfllM opened a cigar store in New York's theatrical center on lower Broadway. Little Charles grew up in the environment of actors and theatres. His brother Gustave sold opera librettos and his father received passes to plays in permitting his BjbOM windows for billboards. One night a doorkeeper kindly let the 8-year-old child slip through the darkened door to see the "Black Crook," the spectacular extravaganza of the 1860s. He beheld a world of .splendor ol beautiful girls in fi • %  ry on the gaslit stage. The theatre got Into Iv blood. At 14 he got bis first job aticket-teller in a minstrel %  how at Brooklyn. Later he went on the road as advance aunt lor traveling companies. He became, at 23, an Independent manager and subsequently brought order and M item into the chaotic theatre business by helping to organize a powerful syndicate that operated on a national scale. Nothing can explain the phenomenal inslgbl of Charles I hman Into dramatic values, except sheer genius. Witho systematic or disciplined study, he could appraise Ihe ts of a manuscript with uncanny discernment. He outclassed Incontemporaries in estimating tbe values oi st ng, emotional, appealing, uplifting, human, yel clean, theatre. Hijudgments ranged from minstrels to high Iraged) from fairy tale to musical comedy, from melodi ma in pageantry. The range and number of Frohmnn's productionleave the present daj managers aghast. Altogether he was re.-; nsible lor TlHI -hows on the American and English b .1(1.in the golden age of the theatre, hiplays rank high in dramatic quality, in careful staging, in artistic directing, in balanced casting, in scenic effectivene\„,| yet the) were not always financial surcesM-s He h.d to write off nasty %  failure, To Frohman the theatre -no; -hen, mto^M^***"** !" seum, A play had to ,„il-a,e with hie. and he knew the in the first order. But for him. it is ( „,i tr nTnh K Maude Adams might have wasted her genius in company playing in humble circuits. Some of his stars might have reached fa a stock public came primarily for enjoyment. He would MME2lavish afortune on a production that to Mat ** %  ,.,, Meritorious without the lure of a prom.s.ng kfldte His amaiing successes caused enemies or compel tors to Charge him With enmmercializmy the theatre, yet at no time did he stoop to the cheap, vulgar, sexy shows that promised to insun fire hits. Among his triumphuere such outstanding melodramaas Shenan.loah. The Lion and the Mouse. Madame X The Thief, Paid in Full. Frohman introduced to the American public scintillating comedies as The Little Minister Lady Windermere's Fan, Mesalliance. What Every Woman Knows, Are You A Mason. His sense of pathos ,s attested by such tragedies as lamille. Ins. Second Mrs Tanqueray. In David Harum he caught the cracker barrel wisdom of the American village philosopher. II, sensed the fascination of the detective mystery plot in his unforgettable Sherlock Holmes of 1899. But his most daring venture was Peter Pan. the fairy tale of romantic childhood that swept over the land like a prairie fire. Histarring of E. H. Southern and Julia Marlowe produced the finest Shakespeare in repertory American audiences ever saw, Yet he was equally painstaking with light musical comedies. If a play was a smash hit in New York, lie sent out as many as five companies to delight the public throughout the land His stock shows, whether the Wallbeck Theatre Company, or the Ben Oreit Players. or Isidore Duncan'Classical Dances, brought pleasure to urban an.I rural ISA Phenomenal was Irohman's penetration into the capacity, tab nt. appeal, and imagination that went into acting. It is eas) to appreciate an artist playing a leading role of a well-conceived drama by a famous writer and supported with a cast, costumes, and scenery that required a kinuransom. But it is quite another thing to recognise talent in humble obscurity, doing a minor part in a tawdry production. Aa -tar maker. Frohman ranks innate ability. But the name of Charles ^ohm^m* f be associated with Maude Adams, John Drew BUba R I w William Gillette, Julia Sanderson, Otis Skinner Ethel" Lionel Barrymorc, Marie Tempest. William Farnum \T Nethersole. William Faversham. Marie Doro, Henry Viii Pauline Chase, James K. Hackett, Viola Aooen Ku Hellew. Blanch Bates, Nat Goodwin and many OUVBTT Some he discovered; to others he gave a chance Fiir !" few. he achieved stardom by staking his entire fortune Charles Frohman was a man of many contradiction. A careful director, he could sacrifice huge sunu on piaw with doubtful prospects. Avid for success, he fathered many a failure. The most publicized of producers, he shiei away from the camersJtjpMi seldom posed for a picture. In the glare of publicity he preferred living in obscun retirement. Meticulous in casting a production to tbe tiniest detail, he transacted his important show business by word of mouth. (From the most temperamental of start, he would exact the most arduous work over a period af years, without a line of written agreement among then, With meager education, he could coin cryptic phrases that matched the polished epigrams of his literary as*. ciates. His business colleagues were astounded at the friendships he inspired and retained with such eminent iterati as Sir James M. Barrie, W. Somerset Maugham, William Gillette. Mark Twain, Sir Arthur W I'inero, Clyde Fitch. Arthur Henry Jones. Charles Klein. Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Alfred Sutro, Casino Hamilton, Geralf DuMaurier, Anthony Hope. The sedate serenity of England had a strong attractka for Frohman. He brought American energy, stardon, economics, and invested the British stage with fresh vigoc Annually he crossed the Atlantic to renew contact wits the source of English-speaking drama. On Ma] 1st. 1915, he boarded the Lusitania, heedless of warnings again* the hazards of German submarines. Seven days later 1st boat was torpedoed several miles from the Irish coal His last words were. "Why fear death? It ithe mo* beautiful adventure of life.*' Bulbin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory ol the late Nettie S. Bulbin. formerly of 518 SW 22nd Riad, will take place Sunday. Feb.-. iv 28th, 2 p.m.. at Graceland • modal Park, with Kabbi Joseph H N'arot, of Temple Israel, official ig. Mrs. Bulbin is survived by husband, Henry, and three -. Fred. Joe and Stanley: also tl ree grandchildren. Fellman Unveiling The dedication of a monument tn the memory of the late Benja i n Fellman. formerly of 669 NW 27th Street, was held Sunday, leb ruary 21st at l p.m. on Mt. Neboj Cemetery with Rev Leon lleiniofficiating. Mr. Fellman is survived I. hiwife < lussie; two sons. Irving oi Long Island and Morton of Mitwo daughters, Mrs. Goldiel ( hman of Long Island and Mrs. Sylvia Glass of Ohio, and seven grandchildren. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami nument Company. Berkowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Berkowitz, formerly of 470 NW 28th Avenue, will take place Sunday. February 28th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Kabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Berkowitz is survived by his wife Rose: his mother. Mrs. Mollie Berkowitz of N. Y.; two sons. Irving and Jerry of Miami Beach and two brothers. Joseph and Phillip of New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Rock Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Irving Rock, formerly of 639 West Aval e. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, February 28th at 1 p.m. at the Miami Beach K. of P. Plot at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Rock is survived by a brother, Morris, of New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Schwartz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abe Schwartz, formerly oi 8380 s\v 2lst Street, will be held Sunday, February 28th at 1 p.m at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Schwartz is survived l>> hiparents. Mr and Mrs Morris Schwartz: two sisters, Miss Dorothy oi Miami and Mrs. Sunny Gret-nman of Flushing, i.i.. NY Arrangements are In charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Barn Dance Slated A barn dance will be given by the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary on Saturday. February 27th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Ifonticello Park Jewish Center. There will be a professional call er to teach and lead the Virginia Reel and square dances. Ike Asked to Explain Emergency Refugee Act WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Washington Post called on President Eisenhower this week to expedite administration of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953 by "giving a sharp prod to the State Depart ment's administrator of the Bureau n*' %  £ in, lo the Bill of .vmiiUiint o ; ?„ of March, IS5. n ''"£ Judgment by default will **J?fH arralnat you for n *' denunsei %  the Bill ol Complaint. ui.L I DONE AND ORDERKI a M* Hmlda. Oil* Mth •""'' %  1.11,1, County, Oyljfto iv WM STOCKlWft. .,„ ,•„„,, Heal) l*put>Ck* HEN EriMKN ittomey tor I'liuntirf !" „ r Mi SIS Sevbold Bldf., Miami. Fiorina 2/M — S/5-II-I!* — CINEMA &**sTbM0*R0M w&*9* •AiNiNcrea svi. AT I Mi IT. HlaW IIMM • SH %  *. • Ill PERSON ~AtMWet WStNMRG MEXICAN JEWISH HEWE ^^i qgmt EDMOND OBRItN With an All-Stor Cast ^T^/, 8 0< ,h n e Jewi8h FoUc Chorus who wil1 Participate in the third Shir rW. at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday eveningTFebruarv 28th 8 ^ „ !" \" !" C r, nCert enman is conductor. y oruary zatti. B.30 p.m. Irving R. KorBmMmMnZfaer IDA LUPIHO st •* *toeeLS*****



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— %  PAGE 6 A Harrises Marry In Home Ceremony C!ara L. Winograd and Benjamin Harris were married on Sat. evening, February 6th, at the bride's residence. Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated in a double riny ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Barret Levin and the late Mrs. £e\in, 3038 SW 4th Street. The bri< egroom is the son of Mrs. Beclde Harris and the late Mr. Samuel Harris, 6247 SW 14th Sireet. 7'fte bride's gown of rose beige nylon over taffeta was ballerinaleagth with matching hat. She carried a white orchid on a while Bible. Mrs. Morris Harris, the bridegrorm's sister-in-law, was matron of honor. She wore pale blue nylon over taffeta and had a corMf< of blue iris. itonard Harris, the bridegroom's bl ..'ier, was best man. A small family reception was held after ihe ceremony at the home of the bride.. e newlyweds will reside at 3038 SW 4th Street. Miami. Mrs. Btnnttf C. Tifktis Krantzow, Tilkus Exchange Vows Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the wedding of Miss Kdythe Krantzow and Bennett L. Tilkus on Sunday at the Coral Gables Jewish ("enter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Krantzow. 1760 SW 16th Avenue. Mr. Tilkus is the BOO of Mrs. Tillie Tilkus. 2515 SW 7lh Street. Given in marriage by her father. the former Miss Krantzow was attired in a gown made with lace bodice, illusion yoke, long pointed Sleeves and full net skirt. The elbow-length veil was held to a white satin pillbox. She carried a white orchid and feathered carnations on a white Bible. The bride's cousin, Miss Klaine Glackman, was maid of h mnr. She wore graj antique taffeta, with pink applique design and pink net Stole. Sh.' carried ro.-es. Besl nun was Alvin Branson. Abb) I'.'• %  Baumoehl, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl, and Alan Glackman, the bride.cousin, was ring bearer, A p B1 tiie CenAfter a I. ti in DayBeat h 'he newlj wo IH ill re -,ili' al 1063 SW 31s1 AM nue I he brl i" La a graduate of Miami High School, attended tli I i t) nl Florida and is a Mr. Tilkus la a graduate of Technical High School and was in the :..i\\ durin World War ll lie also wrved In ill" Air Force during the Korean War. Miss Hosenl'cld Picks Imported Cluintilly Elaine Rosenfeld, of Newark, New Jersey, and Sheldon Kimmelman w.-rc married on Sunday in a ceremony at the Military Park Hotel in Newark. Tli-' groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimmelman, 735 Almena Avenue, Coral Gables, and is a-sociated with the Elgene Ridgeway Company, Newark. The bride wore imported chantilly lace over romantique pink taffeta. She attended Rider College, where she joined lota Alpha Pi Sorority, and graduated from Lyons Medical Laboratory School. Mr. Kimmelman graduated from Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity. The couple will make their home in East Orange, New Jersey. Mrs. ShtHon Kimmelman Arthur Low, son of Mr. and ^Irs. Jack Low, 4541 Royal ?nlm Avenue, will bscome Bur Mitzvah on Saturday, February 27th, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Belli Sho'.om. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. A:thur, a student at Beth Sholoin Religious School, is in the eighth arade of Nautilus Junior High. F.'.ysicians' Wives Meet The February meeting of the Ph; sicians' Wives' Club of Greater i was held at the home of Mrs. irice Edelman, 5237 LaGorce Dr.ve, Miami Beach. A fashion v was presented by Miss Vira Jacocks through the courtesy of Vacation Vogue on Key Bisca;ne. Sportswear and daytime dresses were modeled by Mrs. Bern,.:d Abel. Mrs. Howard Engl, Mrs. Maurice Edelman, Mrs. David Epstein and Mrs. Maurice Rich. • L. Fr 'ric Gcld : n. ron of Mr. Mr*. Jarr.?s C. Idin, 1/45 Ccla.-. Drive, w 1: :.i:omeBar M bnrah on Sal nday morning, February 2?ih, 10:45 a.m.. c:i Temoie Beth Sholom. Ra'oi Leon Kronish will officiate. The Bzr Mi!:vah is an e ; ghth grade student at Naut ; lus Junior Hiqh School. Miss Faith Frances Weitzman end Burton David Greenfield, of Coral Gables, were married in a c3remony Sunday al the Shelborne Hotel. Mr. Greenfield is a graduate of the University of Miami. The bride is the daughter of the Meyer Weitzmans, Camden, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Judith Dubin Dubin, Reisberg Plan Wedding Miss Judith Dubin and Wesley Reisberg are making plans for their : wedding. They met at the North Shore Jewish Center, where they are members. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Dubin 960 SW 7th Street She attended* schools in the Bronx, New York and has lived in Miami for the past three years. Mr. Reisberg is a graduate of high school in Brooklyn He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Reisberg. 711 SW 10th Avenue. New Arthritis Chapter Formed in Florida Formed here is the South Flor';• Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, accord ing to an announcement by Robert Frix. president. Vice president of the organiza tion is Spencer Rudnick. Samuel Vogelbaum is treasurer, with Mrs. Arline Hebson acting as secretary The organization last week heard rLl ^ ld T" d e Von m 'l di rector of the Foundation and Proessor of Clinical Medicine at Ya£ University, in a discussion on the S m \ n, (-rthritis at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Luric, Orshan to Live in Brooklyn Sunday. February 14th, was the date for the wedding of Miss Ada Mae Lurie and Mr. Stanley Orshan, at the Lincoln Manor. The parents of the bride, are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lurie, 2923 NW 7th aueei. Miami, and the parents of •he luoom are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Orshan. Brooklyn. New York. Rabbi Isaac II Ever officiated at i in' ceremony, assisted by Rev. Maurice Mamcbes, in front of an altar decorated with white gladiolus, white pompons, and calla lilllev The best man :is Mr. Larry I line, brother of the bride. The bride eho-e a sown with chantilly lace v. aist made with leg 'o n:uit"ii sleeves, ami falling in a redingote over an aerordian-pleatpd pylon tulle skirt which extende I to a cathe'lral-l''n.;;h train. Her triple tiered veil of French illusion was held in place by a Spanish toreador cap of lace and tulle She carried a modified colonial bouquet of white freesia and feathered carnation*, and centered with an all white orchid. '.;i-> Rita Orshan. sister of the Sroom. was maid of honor, attired in an .iqua faille ballerina gown She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses, with acacia and leather. Helene Ramer was junior bridesmaid, end wore a fioor-length gown i powder blue orfandy, and carried a small copy of the maid of bonor'a bouquet. f\> wer girl Debra Hardy wore a gown identical to that of the junior bridesmaid, and carried a basket of rOM petals Mr Lurie. mother of the bride, •>ire grey lace over pink, and Mrs. Irshan, mother of the groom, chose j Dior blue faille taffeta with sequins. Both mothers wore white orchid ftraegti A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at Lincoln Manor. Tables were decorated with white and pink flowers. AH floral designs were executed by 'he BlackaUMM Flower Shops. I'pon completion of a honeymoon trip through the State of Florida, 'he newlyweds will make their home in Brooklyn. FWIDAY, PEBRUAPVffl PERSONAL!? SPEAKIN, cation at the home of their dl, 1 ter-in-laWs parents. Mr L'w" nue. Their children will £M ,forego a Florida vacation th. '1 They are fixing their n* w Cj in Bays!*., Long Island md A it Mr. and Mrs. E. Larks, of N M York City, sister and broth. Z 1 law of the Louis ZefentS tall spent the last month at the'Ro,,if York. Hotel on the Beach. After a trip to Nassau, they will go to tta Mayfair Inn in Sanford, for a Z\ weeks. ft a Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene of 573C SW 9th Terrace, Miami'a* entertaining their daughter *J son-in-law, the David Chaits New York City, who also spent fair days in Havana, Cuba. Steven"Fogel Bar Mitzvah Saturday The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Fog, son of Mr. and Mrs Alex Fogi will take place on Saturday roc*. ing, February 27th. at the Wat Miami Jewish Center. Mr. Fogel is president of le Center. Steven has attended hbrew and Sunday School there fcr the past four years He receab" passed the examination set by tie Bureau of Jewish Education ail the Rabbinical Association and all be awarded a certificate during at service. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will ofciate and will he assisted by He Bar Mitzvah during the late Fri4r evening service. P / i 5? i i I Kaaaafi flP rm I'ortdA ii S*v* fojel Roses Rntertain Hoy Nathans Politics came in lor di*u Thursday night when Mr.andi Leo Rose entertained Jud Mrs. Ray Nathan for .him'i ai^j • Rose home, 9009 Garland Ava— Surfside. M Rose is a candidate for ew to the Surfside Town Co** March 16th, and Judge Natha • candidate for reelection *ijm of the Small Claims court olJ %  County. The Roses are planning • to Mr. Rose's parents, the Leo Roses, who live in w Beach, immediately after w tim. They intend to ta* them their year and a daughter, Ellen. OPFM ret SAII MY TWO iff I MEMBERSHIP SEATS TOST TWO if ATS ON CINTM AMI hi aha MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER MMir WIUMMC "3t AHM R.,1 p%— Ml 24 A^TOGIWPg CAPTMI in con* of ;aS^ MM THIM "*zjr UALPH •ARGTHl PIHM-S34431



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pilDAYJEBRUARY 26, 1954 ••Jmisiinnrirto*,, PAGE 9 A Jubilee Means Care, Hope for Barbara Green; Hospital Aid is Given Generously Jubilee means a great deal mnn %  _... ... a great deal more hundred than just an evenings entertainment to Mr. and Mrs. Jack (freen of 1540 SW 22nd Terrace, Miami! For, because of Mount Siriai Hospital's annual benefit show, their daughter, Barbara, has received the best of hospital care for over twoMax Or a* in Mount Sinai Jubilee Slated for Beach Auditorium Continued from Pag* 1 A inoounred jointly. In an attempt to have as many top names in the entertainment world nn hand as can attend, Sid Franklin. Jubilee's producer, has been in direct contact with such star;iEddie Cantor, Sid Caesar. Milton Berle, Tony Bennett, Tony Martin, Julius LaRosa and many others. "It seems so little a thing for us of the community to back up the performers, the office volunteers and the many others devoting their time and energies for this great cause, with our dollars," Orovitz said. "Greater Miaoiians have rallied to this cause in the past, and I feel confident that this year they will exceed all previous support." leonora* kVien Malenkov Blamed For Jewish Charges NEWYORK (JTA) — Moscow has apparently confirmed foreign suspicions that the false charges against a group of doctors and "international Jewish organizations" of a plot to kill Soviet leaders were the work of Premier Georgi M. Malenkov and his faction in the Communist Party high command, the New York Times reported this week. The paper said that the February Kith iue of Izvcstia, Soviet Government newspaper, had identified Semyon D. Ignatiev as the fir>t secretary of the Communist rty in the Bashkir Autonomous Republic. a key oil-producing area of the Urals. Mr. Ignatiev was removed from "is post last week as secretary of 'ne Communist Party's Central Committee after Pravda had charged him with "political blfndness." He had served as Minister of State Security when the charges against he doclors were originally pub"*l in January, 1953. Nothing ad bwn "card about Mr. lnat"j* fate until the announcement elevation to the provincial f-'oDim • Party post. AJC Sees Concern For New Red Policy NEW YORK — The American Jewish Committee this week expressed "deep concern" that Soviet) Russia may intensify its anti-Semitic campaign now that there is a consolidation of power by the Red leaders, including Premier Georgi Malenkov. who organized the major anti-Jewish drive in the last months of the Stalin regime. Irving M. Engel, president of A JC. said that the "rehabilitation of Semyon D. Ignatiev and his return to a party position of power," raises ther possibility, that "antiSemitism may continue as the official policy of the Soviet Government. Ignatiev Is now first secretary of the Communist Party of the Bashir Autonomous Republic in the USSR. "Ignatiev was the Minister of State Security in Moscow when the false accusations against the Jewish doctors in Moscow were contrived as part of the Kremlin's anti-Semitic policy," Engel recalled. "These charges marked the beginning of Soviet Russia's accelerated campaign of anti-Semitism, which resulted in the arrest, imprisonment and death of thousands of Jews in Russia and the satellite countries." The American Jewish Committee warned in December, 1953. that anti-Semitism was now the official Russian policy. days, and Mount Sinai has assumed the brunt of the costs. Little Barbara, who is 5 years old, is troubled by a maladv which can not be cured in any designated time, but must be outgrown She has polyps of the larynx, which halt the natural flow of air from her lungs-to the mouth and nose. This I necessitated inserting into her throat a tube which extends out | through her neck and through which she can breathe without any hindrance. Having had this tube since she | was a two year old infant, Barbara is, by now. well-adjusted to every, day activities in spite of this handicap. The only sport in which she cannot join her playmates is swimming. She talks and sings in a voice barely above a whisper by putting her hand over the mouth of the tube. The Greens, who have since had another child, 11-month-old Marylyn, first brought Barbara to Mount Sinai in February, 1950. She was a patient there tore 136 days, during which time she had to have three operations and innumerable treatments. Since that time, Barbara has had to enter the hospital for three or four days periodically for observation and treatment. According to Mrs. Green, if she and her husband had to assume the costs of this hospitalization, they would still be paying on the initial bill, and it might be years until they were free of their debts to the doctors and the hospital. "Without Mount Sinai's help. I could never have managed," said Mrs. Green, "and I know' I speak for everyone who has been so helped when I issue my thanks to those who have made Jubilee such a successful affair by their generous contributions." This year's Jubilee, Mount Sinai's only fund raising appeal, will be held March 4th at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Barbara pushes little Marylyn's perambulator. Barbara's health depends upon Mount Sinai's skill and generosity. Former Business Leaders Become Office Boys to Assure Success of Annual Jubilee Land on ami Colin Western Union's messenger boys had been told to look to their laurels, because two retired Miami Beach gentlemen have set up a messenger business of their own and are doing plenty of business. The two men. both in their sixties, Sol London and Philip V. Conn, are doing this messenger service as their contribution to Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual Jubileei London and Conn, after years of hard work in their respective businesses, came to the sunny climes of Florida to enjoy the full fruit of retirement. However, it's not so simple a matter for two such gogetters just to sit back and relax. Hence, they up and volunteered to do their part to make this year's Jubilee, which will be held March 4th at the Miami Beach Auditorium, an overwhelming success. And they have done more than their part, for they have been on hand every day to deliver tickets, pick up money and help with the office chores. It is quite a comedown for a former owner of a metal firm and a sales manager of a large manufacturing company to fulfill the duties of office boys, but as they put it "that's where we started, and we've made successes of our businesses. Maybe we can help towards making Jubilee such a success." Leonard Wien, Jubilee chairr.an, said of them, "Jubilee's success this year can be attributed, to a great extent, to the efforts of these two men, who have so willinglycontributed their time and effort for our worthwhile cause. I know that if this year's Jubilee is as successful financially and socially as it has been in the previous three years of its existence, London and Cohn can take a pat on the back for adding greatly toward this end." London, formerly of New York City, now resides at 7327 Dickens Avenue, while Cohn lives at 7300 Byron Avenue, after having been a resident of Jersey City, New JervOOUST BROS R, n Stamp Collection Shown The University of Miami Chapter of IZFA will meet at the student lounge of the University on Sunday, February 28th. at 8 p.m. Stanley Saal and Ronnie Hyman will present to the group an Israeli stamp collection. f Yiddish-American VAUDEVILLE • SUHW '•MTU. "** iAZZ smutONN 1*S SUNDAY Hint THURSDAY, FEB. 28 • Mar. 4 ON STAG* • IN PERSON Irving GROSSMAN Diana GOLDRfRG Start .1 "CatokUl Nwiyia—" mm* "FaH.I Palltoi" HM $ OTMIR ARTISTS Mnctatf by Law Scbacbttr Irvmf Piatrack ami Orch. Sava at MM AK Stati 74c **. AVL AT .CAMEO THANKS! Thank* to the f £## CJA Workers who attended the General Mobilization last week at the Hi MAdo Hotel and helped make it suvh a ttneeeas • •. SORRY t • We regret any ineonvenienee roused the many hnndredm turned away heeause of the nnnreeedented turnout. Auron M. Kanner. General Chairman COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL .-.-.... —r



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PAGE 4 B f if>wir Hadassah Plans Midway Dinner on Beach; Kefauver to be Speaker US Senator Estes Kef auver, of I forward the welfare of the people Tennessee, crime investigator, 1952 I of Israel. His special interest in the extension of medical sen-ices and medical education are indicated by the fact that he is a founder an presidential aspirant and a leading member of the Democratic contin gM in Congress, will be principal speaker at the national Midway national vice chairman of tinA Dinner of Hadassah at the Di Lido, bert Einstein College of Medicine Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday I in New York and a member of the evening, March 14th. • | Board of Mount Sinai Hospital of >The Midflrav Dinner, coming at Greater Miami. He also JIM den fie hatfwftv mark of Hadassahs onstrated his concern with the deS10.000.000 drive to build and \ velopnent of Israel as I Beater of equip the Hadassah Hebrew Unij Jewish culture by taking a leading versity Medical Center near Jeru-! part in the I'nited Jewish Appeal salem. will be the first of a series j and the Israel Bond drive, of national events to raise the sec| Mrs Moses P. Epstein, of New ond $5,000.00(1 needed for the na-, Vork. national American affairs tional health center of the young chairman of Hadassah and a |>.M State of Israel. ] national president of the women a Zionist organization, who DM been conferring with Miami chapter leaden and Cberner on plans tor (be March 14th Midway Dinner, said here before leaving the city: • %  riiri'i' j ears ago Hadassah dej cided to build a medical center to house a 430 bed hospital, a nursw BtMwuT^ot ;m ;: ,, r s ch ?? 1 ; "" 1 -' ft the Hebrew i niversit) "i Israel, to Sen. Kefauver said Mrs I.ouis K Goldman. Medical Center Commit tee chairman of Hadassah. is one of [ the many leaden iii American publie life who have campaigned throughout the United States dur lag the last several yean to tell Americans that the creation of a Btron only assure the benefits ol democ, racy lor it-own citifens 1'iit will aKo act aa powerful leaven in the i oca \ Brandeis Groups entire Middle I Mrs, Goldman announced simul-'StM New Members taneously that Joseph Cherner, ol ,, ,, ,, i ... i ,> %  Prospective members o the Miami Beach and V\ ashington, D < has accepted the pos( ol hoi '<'-' !, r Miami I National chairman "i Ihe Midwaj Dinner Women's Committee of Brandeis Cherner. she said has taken an a< University, are Invited to attend live ran m many community p's annual membercauses m both Washington an ter Miami, and in causes to s| ">' leas n 1Yuli '>Marcn 5,h I 30 p m One tea will be held in the home Of Mrs .lack S Mmt/er. 6440 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, and the other will be held at the residence Of Mrs Harold Thurman. 3801 lii \iera Drive. Coral Gables President ol the group is MrBen Zion Ginsburg Each member ol the group must brine a new member in order to attend the tea, according to MrAlexander Bobbins, general membership chairman A Braiuleiaward will be given to each memti r who brings ten new memben, hied. Hook reviews will be presented according to Mrs, Harold Turk, program chairman Mrh Narot will present the real MrMintaer's home, and MrM.,\ Shapiro will give the re• Mn Thurman'g home. In char.mentl lor mei Kmanuel Goldstrich taron Parr, Rob Robert Green Nathan Strauss and Thurman. The National Women'Committee w.,lorme.i five yean ago to I build and maintain the library at the univeraitj Since that time, the committee has contributed Boma M.000 volumes to the library, and last summer added a new wing. The grant non compriaes over ttlet Ktltnitr put up a building for its medical school We have been raising funds lor tinpurpose ever since, because we (eel B0 strongly that the new medical center will serve as a cinter of healing, teaching and research in the entire Middle East "II will welcome all patientalike —Arab. Christian and Jew. Just as \i.iiiflocked to our hospital Ofl Mount Scopus mi the outskirts of I Jerusalem, before it was placed m the CUStodj ol the tinted Nation-. we know they will again erivitate to our medical center, making an added source ol union between these peoples in the Middle East The American people." Mrs Ep rteln added, ^whoaa pride it has always been no share its warm heart and material goods with those who need help, are contributing to this medical center their wealth of devetion. ejcpor*ience and knowledge." Leaders of the Miami chapter of; Hadassah who are taking an active part in preparations for the Midway Dinner on March 14th. in additurn to Mrs Goldman, the Medical Center Committee chairman, in-, elude Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. presi\ dent of the chapter. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the dinner' rjWtnfitting committee. Mrs. Jo-eph MrJoseph Shawmut. Mrs Barney Wemkle and Mrs. Max : Weitz. Gables Theater Guild Slates Riley Comedy The Coral Gables Jewish Center Theater Guild will open its curtain on March 6th. for the opening night of Personal Appearance, a three-act comedy written by Lawrence Riley. Bob Brenner, the group's only director in its three-year existence, is again at the helm of this production. For the lead, Brenner has given the part of Carol to Mildred Wav man, who has been seen in several Guild productions, the last of which was Spring Song. Ruth Nadell. as Aunt Kate, will again make an appearance on the Center's stages, after being seen in Power Without Glory, and The Willow And I. The part of Joyce, the juvenile female lead, goes to Estelle Bamberg, a newcomer to the group, sharing her love interest with Lewis Fischbein, as Bud, also new to the group. Fran Brenner, the director's daughter, and Mort Pedall take the part of Gladys and Tuttle, respectively Both have been seen in previous productions of the group. "Lucky'' Kaplan will appear as Mother St rut hers. other supporting roles are taken by Harold Mandell as Clyde. Ed Foldstein as Johnson, and Sandy Silverman aJessie. Lou Perkell is stage manager, and lighting effects Mrs. McCaffrey is Delegate More than 300 delegates from all parts of the I'nited States attended -i --ions of the American Christian Palestine Committee Conference in Washington, February 14th, 15th and 16th. and heard addresses by leaders in the fields of politics, religion, education and science. Representing the Greater Miami area at this conference was Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey. • Cantata is Featured Sisterhood ol ihe North Shore Jewish Center held its regular meeting on Thursday. The program included a cantata. Inheritance Of Israel, by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Cantor Edward Klein Mrs Esther Bloch was program chairman. Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, of New York, national American affairs chairman of Hadassah. meets with Joseph Cherner, honorary chairman of Hadassahs midway dinner at the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday evening, March 14th. Smorgasbord Slated at Max Friedson Home 40,000 memberlroni 70 chapter* Charitj imoi bout the country. by the Sisterhood ol Zamora Jew i-ii (.enter, win be held on Sunday, Chaplains are Cited February 28th. 4 p.m.. at the home I and an the lawn of Mr and MrNEW YORK \r:v\ Chaplain Max IMedson. 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