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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).
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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 JEWKHtfNm and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
DLUME 28Number 10
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Lrab Revolts Bring Ben-Gurion. To Tel Aviv
* *
merican Middle Eastern Policies Are Assailed Here
fisis Period May be
iproaching Area,
ithorities Warn
Washington (jta> The ef-
liveness of a United States pol-
J for thr Middle East based on
Ining ihe friendship of the Arab'
ties and arming them to aid in
jense of (he non-Communist
fid was challenged this week
fen military uprisings unseated
I of the Arab dictators whose
Indship the stale Department
own attempting to win, and
I stability of the entire Middle
Jt was rocked.
leteran authorities on the Mid-
lEast warned this week that a
r and more intense period of
Cle^'aV'0 i,pproachin tor he
Pseph c Harrison, overseas
T ed'"'r "f '"e Christian
|nce Monitor, who spent sev-
liiwrf? I* a corresPndent in
Piddle ha-., reviewing the sit-
ion there warned of pending
fie also ,n Saudi Arabia. The
ftry. he said, despite its oil roy-
fc;andon,,he Ver*e of ^k-
tow?ng:hV,ng n in*-
IngSaud. he added "has fallen
fenu Li1"1?0* o' anti-west-
K^^-nti-American
Mrs. and there is a possibil-
Nh ,.! reverse his father's
B S,a,e;"Pera,ing Wlth ,he
i Harrison also pointed out
llry mo ?We ,0 brin h
FO into an American-support-
^nse pact with Pakistani
U^wse a f0rmula for JJ.
Eban Confers
I eth.wlmT Mu"* *
lv foil. k ,hat the US was
Bfe ^velopments in
bent was fr,h n ffici"
Lri k forthcoming. ft was
K however, that the depart-
lian D s|S"tficance in the
fth* Su a?aEf p!ian dispu,e
r e^uez canal blockade was
]Je United Nations, the Se-
rilas!week ^^
1-8 some SFael C0mP^nt
lestern p agreen'ent among
h wel WCd- The Weste
lany aPrrePTed *lcUnt to
|hbaadSaad0LAbba Eban ot I-
Kith.nd"8 confe<* this
|r Bol^Twret"? of State
lag es ilhaMh US Gover^
dwnr12 pnnciPe with the
I advanced by lsrae, on th H.
K-SunPdS b'^de deny-
Igh ,nTcnd sh,Ps Psge
Loth SuM Canl nd ac-
EC" conng Israel-
I confer Were a,so bussed
^ Re von Shiloah also par-
lappreiL stressed .Is
IffSn 2 Ver Pr">0"l
EZ? rn"itary aid to any
United States Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (right). General David Sarnoff (third
from left) and leaders of the bench, bar and industry join in honoring Rabbi Israel Goldstein
(second from left) for his work as president of the Jewish Conciliating Board of America dur-
ing the past 25 years. Left is Louis Richman, executive secretary of the organization, present-
ing a Scroll of Appreciation to the Jewish leader.
Rabbi Miller is Named Head
Of American Zionist Council
NEW YORK (JTA)Rabbi Irv
ing Miller, president of the Zionist
Organization of America, was
elected chairman of the American
Zionist Council at a meeting of the
plenumthe governing bodyof
the Council at the Astor Hotel.
He succeeds to the post vacated
by Louis Lipsky, who served as
chairman of the Council since 1949.
Lipsky announced some months
ago his intention to withdraw from
the chairmanship at the end of his
term of office.
The plenary meeting was attend-
ed by representatives of the Coun-
cil's eight constituent organiza-
tions with a total membership of
750.000. These organizations are
Zionist Organization of America,
Hadassah, Happoel Hamizrachi,
Mizrachi Organization of America,
Labor Zionist Organization of
America J'oale Zion, Zionists-Revi-
sionists of America, Progressive
Zionist League (Hashomer Hat-
zair) and United Zionist Labor
Party (Achdut Avodah-Poale Zion).
The meeting elected Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver and Lipsky honorary
chairmen. Other officers elected
were vice chairman, Rabbi James
G. Heller, president of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
and Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum,
president of the Mizrachi Organiz-
ation of America; treasurer,
Charles Bick, former president of
Hapoel Hamizrachi and incumbent
treasurer of the American Zionist
Council; secretary, Paul Goldman,
general secretary of the United
Zionist Labor Party.
Rabbi Miller's election coincides
with plans to enlarge the scope of
activities of the American Zionist
Council. These plans were approv-
ed at a meeting of the first Amer-
ican Zionist Assembly held in New
York City early in December, 1953.
The scope of the Council's new pro-
gram includes the fostering of Jew-
ish culture and Hebrew language
in American Jewish life, the inten-
sification of Zionist youth work
and greater Zionist participation in
American Jewish communal af-
fairs.
Former Premier
Arrives to View
Security Problems
TEL AVIV (JTA>David Ben-
Gurion, former Premier of Israel,
Monday left his place of retreat in
the Negev and came to Tel Aviv
to confer with Defense Minister
Pinhas Lavon on problems of Is-
rael's security arising from the
revolutions which took place in
Egypt and Syria during the last
few days. This was the first time
that Mr. Ben-Gurion left his home
in Sdeh Boker to come to Tel Aviv
since his retirement.
Lavon and leaders of Israel's
armed forces emphasized in public
statements that the Israel Army is
prepared to guard the borders of
the country against any danger
that might flare up as a result of
the instability of the neighboring
Arab countries.
The Defense Minister said that
in the present unstable situation,
adventurers among the Arab lead-
ers might be encouraged to attempt
to attack Israel. He underlined the
fact that giving arms to such states
is "like giving matches to pyroma-
niacs" and added that the Arab
regimes were as unstable as "paper
houses which collapse in the slight-
est breeze."
The Arab League Lavon declar-
ed, is only an "artificial name"
which means nothing but hatred
for foreigners and for Israel. The
League has proved its inability to
solve even internal Arab problems.
He contrasted this situation with
that in Israel where democracy ex-
ists, and the "Premier nominates
the Army Chief of Staff and not
vice versa" as in the Arab coun-
tries.
Destruction Of Israel
Besides outlining the army's de-
fense potentialities, Lavon asserted
that its greatest task was in help-
ing the integration of many young-
sters and new immigrants into Is-
raeli life. Through its pioneering
corps, he said, the army was pre-
paring thousands of farmers and
settlers.
Gen. Moshe Dayan. Army Chief
of Staff, told ii public meeting that
Col. Gamel Abdel Nasser, the Egyp-
tian Army officer who unseated
Gen. Naguib as Premier and who
apparently remains as Premier
even with Naguib's return to the
Presidency, sought, among his var-
ious aims, the destruction of Is-
rael. Gen. Dayan said that the Is-
Centinued en Peoe 4 A
"Mr. President" rs Man of Strength, Dignity:
Jewish Floridian Publisher Meets Ben-Zvi
One of the most interesting
days of our stay, in Israel was
that on which our delegation of
publishers was privileged to meet
with the President of Israel, Itz-
hak Ben-Zvi. This particular day
was filled with invitatiops to out-
, standing officers of the State.
But, of course, the highlight
would be meeting the President.
We left Tel Aviv, at 8:30 a.m.,
for Jerusalem. This is about an
hour and three-quarter pictur-
esque drive. The road is still spot-
with the remaining and rusting
wrecks of trucks and cars- that
were hit by enemy fire during
the seige of Jerusalem.
We were met upon arrival by
our official escort of the day. Pin-
chas E. Lapide, attached to the
Foreign Ministry Office. Lapide
will be remembered, among his
other personal achievements, for
his best seller, The Prophets Of
San Necandro. After a short
briefing on Israel protocal
which included the form of greet-
President" we drove a few
blocks from the center of the
town to Bet Hanosi, Israel's White
House.
A very small and unpreten-
tious structure, it faces on what
we would call a little alley. La-
pide told us that it was only at
the most insistent pressure that
"Mr. President" agreed to move
out of his former wooden dwel-
ling into these present quarters.
He yielded when told that it was
not becoming for the State to re-
in his previous s u rroundings.
Even then, he and Mrs. Ben-Zvi
lived in a wooden structure on
the grounds until recently, dur-
ing the refurbishing and altera-
tion program which to the date
of our visit had not as yet been
completed. He is quite "expense
conscious" and does not want to
spend money urgently needed for
other pressing matters.
Going through the gate, I found
a small distance of some 15 feet
before I reached the door of the


PAGE 2 A
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FRIDAY, MARCH s
Delegates Arrive for Hadassah Dinner;
Mrs. Sharp, Dr. Hirsh Will Appear Here
Scores of delegates from Hadas-1 European director with her hus-
sah chapters and groups through-1 hand, the Rev W. H. Sharp. Of the
out the United States began arriv-1 Unitarian Sfervice Commute.' In
1945. she was director of the Uni-
tarian- Service Committee tor the
Iberian Peninsula.
She has made five trips to Israel
and is a co-founder of Children t"
Palestine, Inc. which since 1943
hat raised funds for the rescue of
Jewish children, under the lead-
ing here this week for the Midway
Dinner of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center, sched-
uled in Miami Beach on Sunday
night, March 14th.
"Announcement that Senator Es-
tes Kefauver and Mrs. Moses P.
Epstein will be among our dis-
tinguished speakers has heighten-; ership of Catholics. Protestants and
ed interest greatly." Mrs. Louis .Jews.
Goldman, co-chairman of the func-1 Dr. Joseph Hirsh, author, educa-
tion, said. She reported that sev- tor and public health administra-
eral hundred out-of-town members tor, will join Mrs. Sharp this week
of Hadassah will be in South Flor- j in the pre-dinner conferences. He
ida at the time of the dinner, and j will be one of the guests of honor
that "a true nationwide flavor will at the function,
be given to this significant affair. | por tnc past jg years, he has
the beginning of our second-half, ^p engaged in international and
drive to insure the completion of domestic public health, medical
Hialeah Group Sees Film
A musical recording, The Eter-
nal Light, and a film strip on the
Purim holiday was the program for
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hia-
Icili Miami Springs Jewish Center
meeting Tuesday, night.
NO SALT
CANTOR TEACHER
Well trained Bantc voice. perf<-
musician, choir director, well verted
in icion.a ne To.an. irjinju teacuc.
wishes to change poaition. Conserva-
tive, beat references Phone 48-4181.
or write Rabbi C, Box 2973. Miami 18.
Or. Jeiea* Mirsfc
the medical center in Israel."
Mrs. Martha Sharp, former spe-
cial assistant to the chairman of
the National Security Resources
Board, arrived here Sunday to be-
gin a series with national and 10-
and medical education work. Be-
ginning in 1937. he pioneered stud
ies in medical economic and costs
of medical care, the findings of
which were incorporated in the for-
mulations of the National Health
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but what flavor,
cal leaders of the dinner, includ- j Conference of 1937
ing Mrs. Milton Sirkin. co-chair-1 From 1937 to 1941. he pioneered
man. I in developing course- m medical
Mrs. Sharp reported-on her latest ,H.(,nomics am| medical sociology
visit to Israel, made last year when ,jn(| WM Vlsi|ins and j,0>, lecturer
she inspected the site of the medi-|in a numbor of coTJegei and uni-
cal center, to a meeting at the versities tbmighout the country
' on Tues-
Refined Middle-Aged Couple
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Temple and shopping. Very rea-
sonable. 1232 S.W. 17th Terrace.
Grossinger-Pancoasl Hote
day night.
She will sneak to a combined
n these subjects.
From 1939 to 1942. he served
a comomea njl(1(| Sl.lt( governmental agen-
meeting of the IsraeU and Hanna (.1(|< in M,m,. professional and ad
ministrative capacities United
sch Groups of Hadassah on
Monday March Bth, l p.m., at the
Empn -- Hoti I Mrs. Harry Kap-
l.ind an l Mrs William Feuer. presl-
- of the two groups, said that
jest crowds in local
Hadassah historj is expected to
hear Mrs. Sharp.
Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink, chair-
man of the chapter's American AJ
fain Committee, will give report
to the joint session. A Purim Party
will be co-featured with the show- \lon.
States Public Health Service as
health educator and medical
United States Office ol Edu
a- health educator. United
Public Work Reserve as pro
gram planning analyst in health
and welfare and assistant to the
national director, and finally, U
director of Post-War- Planning for
the Office ot Government Reports
and the Office of War Informa-
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Heart. Mrs. Goldman will intro-
duce Mrs. Sharp.
Mrs. Sharp has held many im-
portant posts in relief work, in-
cluding the position of co-director
of American Relief for Czechoslo-
vakia in 1939. She later was co-
During the war. he served in
Latin America, developing health
and welfare programs in connec-
tion with the State Department's
Office of Inter American Affairs
and in Africa, the Middle East and
the Mediterranean parts of Eur-
ooe, as Chief of Preventive Medi-
cine for the Twelfth Air Force in
Italy.
At the end of the war. he assist-
ed Generals Bradley and Hawley
in the reorganization of the medi-
cal services of the Veterans Ad-
ministration as director of Medi-
cal Administration in New York
State. In 1946. he embarked upon
work in the field of alcoholism in
which he has since become a rec-
ognized leader.
From 1949 to the present, Dr.
Hirsch has served as Executive
Secretary of the Medical Advisocy
Board of the Hebrew University-
Hadassah Medical School. In this
capacity he has made several trips
to Israel and has actively partici-
pated in the planning and develop-
ment of the Medical School and
Medical Center in J-rusalem.
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SIDAY. MARCH 5, 1954
+Jewlst) Fkr/dUar)
PAGE 3 A
orth Shore Center Dedication Exercises
laffed Sunday; Dr. Mohse Davis to Speak
Dedication exercisej lor the lay-
of the cornerstone of the "only
rt'nical. contemporary synagogue
enter in the South" will be held
nnday nr-hi at the North Shore
i.!i Center More than 500 per-
Dn< arc expected to attend the pro-
jam at the Center, 620 75th
Lot. Miami. Beach, scheduled for
p.m.

*
1 T
,- ifoshe Davis, provost of the
#ish Theological Seminary of
oerka a n d co-director of the
ncriciin Jewish History Center,
be principal speaker. An-
ouncement of the program was
hade by Morris Black and Sam
Greenfield, co-chairmen of the
jedJcatinri twcrcises.
Dr. Davis is chairman of the
bicentenary Committee of the
Lnerkan Jewish Historical Society
nd is considered one of the na-
i'i utstanding authorities on the
st 300 years of Judaism in the
States.
Mayor- of four Greater Miami
ommunitie^ will participate in the
Irogram. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of
lliami anil Mayor Shepard Broad
if Bay Harbor Islands have prepar-
ed special statements for the occa-
sion. Mayor Harold Shapiro of Mi-
nted from the social hall by a mov-
able hall. For special occasions, the
wall may be removed, affording
total seating capacity for 1,300 per
sons.
The present structure has been
remodeled to serve the dual func-
tions of a synagogue and a social
hall until the entire center can be
completed
A special memorial plaque will
be presented to Mrs. Sydney C.
Lyons in memory of the outstand-
ing work by her late husband in
starting the new Center's building
program.
Rabbi Abramowitz, born in Jeru-
salem, came to Miami Beach in
1951 after six years overseas in
the Army Chaplain Corps and as
director of emmigration for the
Joint Distribution Committee in
Italy.
View of North Shore Jewish Center for which ground will be broken Sunday.
Fournier Will Perform Dvorak Concerto
With UM Orchestra; Caracas to be Feted
Cellist Pierre Fournier will be
Imf Beach will be on the platform ^ so,oj h University of
long tti'h Mayor Royal Jonas of M,, c___fc---- ^..L.llny.}
fcnrth Bay Village and Vice Mayor
Joseph Gardner of Bay Harbor
Islands.
A special cantata, The Founda-
tion 01 Jewish Life, written by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. will be
lung by the choir of the Center,
under the direction of A. Louis
Mechlowitz. Cantor Edward Klein
lll direct th-.' musical portion of
program.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
eader of the Miami Beach Jewish
tenter, will give the invocation,
nd Rabbi Simon April, president
Y the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will offer the benedic-
tion.
The North Shore Jewish Center
hni designed by Architect Tony
fherman. "We reasoned that con-
emporary architecture could be
nade to .serve the spiritual, social
cultural needs of today's Jew-
^h life and that's what has been
one," Rabbi Abramowitz said.
As an example of what he meant,
labbi Abramowitz pointed to the
pwer which will soar to a height
ax -t Jabbi said, "will carry the sculp-
' rmbols ol faith Its functional pur-
psewill be to .erve as the mechan-
I core [or servicing the entire
utlrting with plumbing, heating,
gnting and air conditioning."
Thl synagi gue center will con-
Ira of four principal units, the
wool, chapel, synagogue and so-
nall. Th.' three-story educa-
lonal wing will have exterior fins,
pur feet apart, to control the
gnt.
A recreational roof deck atop
P* educational wing will contain
E s('uar,' fret for games, story-
r ng and dancing. The chapel has
l**Prati. entrance and will accom-
modate abnui 80 persons. It will be
ed principally fr daily services,
ie"';'1^1^. weddings and as
lecture room.
rtS'nS ,h0 chaPeI on the
S^'00^ *i be the Rabbi's
rmain synagogue is sepa-
Miami Symphony Orchesra con-
certs on Sunday and Monday eve-
nings. March 7th and 8th, in the
Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums. John Bitter will con-
duct the 339th and 340th concerts
of the organization.
The program is a musical salute
to the people of Caracas, Vene-
zuela, and will be highlighted by
a brief ceremony following inter-
mission in connection with the
broadcast of the concert to Ca-
racas. Special work chosen for the
occasion is a symphonic impres-
sion. El Pichacho Abrupto, by Juan
Batista Plaza.
Mr. Fournier will be heard in
a performance of the Concerto for
Cello and Orchestra in B minor,
opus 104, by Anton Dvorak. The
three movements are titled Alleg-
ro, Adagio ma non troppo and Al-
legro moderato.
Other works to be played by Mr.
Bitter and the orchestra are an
initial performance in the United
States of Theodor Berger's The
Legend Of The Noble Knight, Sym-
phony No. 2 in D major, opus 36,
by Ludwig van Beethoven, and Ar-
am Khachaturian's Gayne Ballet.
Fournier, the world famous
French cellist, is one of the fore-
most instrumentalists of this time.
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. "I do not know his su-
perior among living cellists," Vir-j
gil Thomson wrote, "and there are
few who can equal him either for
technical mastery or for musical
taste."
Pierre Founder's professional
debut as solo cellist took place with '
the famous Concerts Colonne Or-
chestra of Paris. His success es-
tablished him immediately as an
important artist. He was in con-
stant demand as soloist with all
leading European orchestras and
as recitalist until 1939 when World
War II halted his concert activi
ties.
In 1945. Fournier resumed his
international career in Great Brit-
ain with a crowded season of per-
formances. Since that time, he has
played extensively in recital and
with important symphony orches-
tras in the United States as well as
in Europe, Latin America, and in
Canada.
An artist whose interests extend
beyond the confines of perform-
ance, Fournier conducted the mas-
ter cello class at the National
French Conservatory for eight
years, where he could pass on the
secrets of his art.
He is also keenly interested in
enlarging the cello repertoire, and
outstanding contemporary compo-
sitions, such as a Martinu Sonata
and a new Martinu Cpncerto, as
NCCJ Dinner Set
Here March 15th
Greater Miami's Brotherhood
Dinner will be held Monday night,
March 15th, 7 p.m at the diLido
Hotel.
Dan J. Mahoney, publisher of
the Miami Daily News, is dinner
chairman. Co-chairmen are Sam birthday.
Testimonial to
Fete Goldntromn
A testimonial dinner will be giv-
en in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sol S.
Goldstrom by Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Wednesday, March
10th. 6:30 p.m., at Hibiscus Lodge
Hall. This is the couple's 80th
Blank. J. N. McArthur and Dick
Roberts.
.Citations for distinguished com-
munity service, presented annually
by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will go to
John Turner, ^eonard Usina and
Carl Weinkle.
Goldstrom has been a member
of B'nai B'rith for over 60 years
and Mrs. Goldstrom, for over 50
years. In addition to his long-time
participation in B'nai B'rith. Gold-
strom has been active in the civic
life of the community and was a
leader in the Servicemen's Hos-
The Brotherhood Dinner, the an- pitality Committee during World
nual fund raising occasion for I War II.
| NCCJ. will feature three eminent
Americans and speakers, Dr. Frank
Graham. Dr. Abram Sachar and
James Twohy.
Graham is a prominent American
official with the United Nations,
former US Senator and past presi-
well as the Poulenc Sonata, were S f. th* V**Y of North
Carolina. Dr. Sachar is president
written for and dedicated to him.
of Brandeis University, Massachu-
setts, and Twohy, banker-industri-
alist, is national Catholic co-chair-
man, NCCJ.
A special dramatic presentation
dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Gold-
strom will be given at the meeting.
Michael Sossin, Lodge secretary, is
in charge of the dramatization.
Serving as program chairman for
the meeting is Irving Schatzman,
Lodge treasurer.
Women to Aid Odham
Brailey Odham has announced
the appointment of Mrs. Slade God-
ley as one of the co-managers in his
campaign for governor. She also
will organize the Women's Advis-
ory Committee and a Women's Di-
vision for Dade County. Mrs. God-
ley, is co-chairman of the Woman's
Division for Civil Defense, treas-
urer of the Miami Woman's Club
and president's aide of the Dade
County Federation of Woman's
Clubs.
The women will for mthe nuc-
leus for the Advisory Committee
for Brailey Odham of Dade
County. '
Invited to Conference
Ray Redman. Miami Beach pub-
licist, is again invited this year to
the White House press photograph-
ers' dinner for President Eisenhow-
er on March 20th. While in Wash-
ington, Redman will represent a
group of Miami Beach hotels on a
campaign to promote and publicize
spring, summer and fall vacations
for the two-and-a-half million fed-
eral employees throughout the
country.
Proceeds for School
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
its monthly luncheon in the syna-
gogue social hall on Wednesday,
March 10th, at 12:30 p.m., it was
announced by" Mrs. Irwin Sirken.
Proceeds are for the Religious
School.
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LEO MINDLIN..................................News Editor
Friday. March 5. 1954
Adar 30. 5714
Number 10
Contrast for Thought
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' fact
finding tour to the Near East seems a long
time away. But most of us recall his return
to Washington and the report he made to some
forty million Americans on television at that
time.
Mr. Dulles said that his short trip through
the trouble spot area taught him more than
ten years of close contact with the Washing-
ton scene had succeeded in doing. To demon-
strate that he learned his lesson well, the State
Secretary informed this nation's people that
the Arab League feared Zionism more than
Communism and that American foreign policy
must be geared toward placating this fear and
developing "traditional" US-Arab friendship.
Since then. Mr. Dulles attended a Big Four
Power conference in Berlin, which he subse-
quently left with a deep sense of disappoint-
ment as a result of its essential failure, and
embarked upon a trip to be present at the inter-
American conference in our own hemisphere.
We wonder what he is think at this point. The
Near Eastern Moslem area, one which he only
last year characterized as being unified in its
friendship for the West except insofar as US-
Israel relations are concerned, exploded sever-
al days ago.
Egypt's strong man. General Naguib, was
deposed and again reinstated as President af-
ter a matter of 48 hours in several lightning
political and military maneuvers that still leave
observers wondering. Almost simultaneously,
there was the overshrow in Syria of Colonel
Shishekly. one of the most rabid anti-Israel
leaders. Shishekly was perhaps the sternest
voice raised in Arab League councils against
the Jewish State.
It seems to us that one of the most accurate
remarks thusfar made about these explosions
came from Israel's Defense Minister Pinhas
Lavon, who said this week that the upheavals
give the lie to Moslem stability and that the
Lecgue is only "an artificial name."
Cogent proof is finally being brought home
that the State Department's fact finding tour
last year was little more than a dud. "
American foreign policy changed consider-
ably alter Mr. Dulles' report. Arab lobbies in
Washington assumed a major and. at times,
belligerent role as US leaders wooed their
favor. There appears little doubt to us that our
nation's position in the Kibya affair at the UN
last October was strongly influenced by this
change.
What can our statesmen be thinking now
that Arab dictators, whose friendship they had
been attempting to win, find themselves un-
seated so unceremoniously? Israel's Mr. Ben-
Gurion and his quiet retirement to Sdeh Boker
might offer a startling contrast for their
thoughts.
He is Misunderstood
United States Ambassador to Cuba Arthur
Gardner has denied that he made anti-semitic
remarks attributed to him by a New York daily
newspaper columnist. Mr. Gardner made his
denial in a letter to Henry Edward Schultz. na-
tional chairman of B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defama-
tion League.
As we understand it, the Ambassador de-
fended himself on these grounds: He had made
"an innocent reference" to the Jewish people

4ta
Herblock in the Washington Post
It Seems to be Slopped Up Somewhere
During The Week .. .a* s
By LEO MINDLIN
THE DEMOCRATIC LABBL 1$ NOW the property oi
have been unwilling to recognize evil, or who bent to whispered i
from the lips of traitors." These are some of the words <*
McCarthy pitched out to the crowd* who heard him last month i
embarked on a nine-speech tour which the Republican National Co
mittee helped to schedule and which its leaders hope will influent,,
1954 elections. The stamp of b,is party is undeniable, but the
of his colleagues seems now to be. wavering.
The ,speaking tour jumped off from Washington's national:
where Senator McCarthy left behind his Cadillac auto "donate^
well-wishers in the sovereign state of Texas. He stepped into a u
mouth Oil Company private DC-3 and waited for the first stop
Charleston, West Virginia. This was the beginning of the jauntZ.
which later came his observations about the unhappy condition of tL
Democrat who wears "the political label stitched with the idiocy ,J1
Truman, rotted by the deceit of an Acheson, corrupted by the ]
slime of a White."
The Cadillac auto and the oil company airplane, all son,
blessed by the holiness of the National Association of Manufai4c
undeniably speak the spirit of Republicanism. Bat the daze of ugl
thy as a one-man investigation committee, despite this blessing, appJ
to be over. Perhaps such an optimistic observation is made too I
at least, his colleagues who are higher up in the party, incl
President of the United States, now show a sudden desire to I
Wisconsin Senator's monomania.
The unfortunate thing in the erltire matter is that Me
ancient foes, the staunch liberals of the Roosevelt Truman era, l
their opportunity to express in positive fashion what they have!
many years now been stating in philosophical terms: that McCarts,
resents a danger to the American's constitutionally guaranteed!
and that he must be stopped, if at all possible.
During the week of February 8, ISM, Wisconsin's a
legislator presented to the Senate a request for $214,000 to i
the work of his permanent sub-committee on investigations. H
ite targets seemed somehow paralyzed. As philosophers and
on the nature of free government, they have expounded volu
in the role of practical leaders they were bested by fear or i
or both. A total of eighty-five Senators lent their approval i
thy's request.
\nli Shore Moves Ahead
North Shore Jewish Center will break ground
for its new building on Sunday. We take this
opportunity of greeting the congregation and
wishing it well.
The north end of our city is one of the most
rapidly growing areas here. Keeping pace
with this growth has been the North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Its Religious School has offered
opportunity for spiritual instruction to our
youth, while the Center, as a whole, has been
playing an increasingly significant role in
Greater Miami's cultural life.
With a host of new and more complete facili-
ties to be found in the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter's future home, we are certain the congre-
gation will make even greater strides than
heretofore.
Pleasant tonfirinalion
An American Jewish Committee report that
JeWs overwhelmingly wish to retain their tra-
ditional identity should evoke a sense of pride
in us but no sense of surprise.
Most of those queried in the various age
levels indicated similar experience with regard
lo anti-Semitism, inter-marriage and community
relations. Some 94 percent expressed warm
and favorable attitudes on the subject of Is-
rael and Zionism, and, as we recall after perus-
ing the report, very few of those questioned
about seven percent showed any interest
in moving to the Jewish State.
Primarily America-centered and happy to be
citizens of this country, those who participated
in the AJC study nontheless spoke strongly for
a Jewish community within the framework of
our nation's society. What we found most
heartening in the report is that fully eight out
of ten adults and some 97 percent of the teen
agers queried replied in terms of religion when
asked to define "Jewishness."
The signs of these results are all about us in
our own city. While a good deal still remains
to be done before we can feel that our Jewish
community here is totally alive to its responsi-
bilities and participates in terms of its tradi-
tional experience, the fact remains that our
at a St. Andrews dinner, explained Mr. Gard- synagogues, centers, religious schools and
ner. and its meaning was subsequently torn leisure-time agencies fairly burgeon with activ
out of context ity for y and oW ^
We can well understand the miured states- Tr. atr- c o
man's feelings especially since he counts '^ bcientific Research Department
among his very warmest friends "many of Jew- P'^santly confirms what we have been sus-
ish birth." peering for some rime.
THESE INCLUDED SOME OF THE most heroic names
Golden Age between the years 1932-1952. Only one man displi
courage of his anti-McCarthy convictions Arkansas Democrat'
Fulbirght. Those who tapped the precocious boy on the back j
approval included Hubert Humphrey (Minnesota), Paul Doujlaij
nois), Herbert Lehman (New York) and Wayne Morse (Oregon).|
of these men 1 know personally. Witfi one I had occasion t
politics a number of times. Always, they, as their colleagues, i
profound concern for McCarthy's tactics, our government's i
state its official distaste and the general population's willm
support a wild-cat legislator with notoriously little care for
terests.
What was it that made these out-spoken guardian- of cons'
right knuckle under? It certainly could not have been Mc
mand for a roll-call vote one of tin typical intimidation
signed to get everyone but himself on the record and to ma
able those of his enemies he is preparing to attack Whan
reason, an opportunity is lost, and more ground has been
those in Washington upon which to fight their batt 1< against
in government.
Despite the fact that President Eisenhower is now calling forj
of Senator McCarthy's terrifying power, the egg-head is really r
head instead of a word used by brash men in politic- who flouri
climate of ignorance.
Professor Milton R. Konvitz, of Cornell University's Schoolg
dustrial and Labor Relations, two weeks tiler Senator JfcOJ
quest, told an American Jewish Congress Institute on CM1
that administrators "have a right to dislike eggheads. Intel
have never been liked," he explained. "So we say to these!
don't ask you to love us, but be sure we will not let you
either." This is some of the spirit that sparked the KoosevelM
era and that is still reflected in the remarks of Humphrey,"
Lehman, Morse and many others. But it is a spirit unbolstered I
time by action. Thus has a McCarthy invaded the campuses
nation and their academic freedom, as Professor Konvitt *
Stephen S. Wise Congress House in New York.
Thus has the intellectual in our time failed hi- Kovernnwll
the path had been shown him by five previous tdmimsiratMBj
which he could travel to carry out his role in the tIra"Ja\j
political and social development. If Washington dislikes the e|"
it is so that its leaders may identify themselves with the woral
elements the uninformed and seek their support. II
that intelligence on Capitol Hill had a chance here to
still McCarthy as it has always said it wanted and to bring I
day the opportunity for independence of thought But son*
pened. The moment was instead seized by President Eiseno
acts from totally different motives.
McCarthy may soon seemingly be stilled. Yet he '
ceeded in perpetuating the greatest of all untruth- that *
subversion are one.
Ben-Gurion Reaches Tel Aviv for Talks
Continued from Pag* 1 A
rael Army would take care to pre-
vent the realization of Col. Nasser's
goal in this instance.
Presenting a quick review of the
problems facing the Israel armed
service, the Chief of Staff said that
the army must rc-cquip itself, at a
cost of millions of Israeli ponds.
He stressed the fact that Israel gets
no arms from any source unless It
pays for them. He added that even
if Israel could get arms grants, it
would not accept them at the cost
of its independence.
Col. iuhak Rabin, chief of the
Israel army training command, re-
ported that the army's major ac-
complishment in the past year was
to train 15,000 new officers.
The palace revolt m
the Army revolution !
tinue to be the chief M
cussion here While the l
thorities continue watcra
to the South and -North'
special movements ot
curity forces have
On the financial ex
raeli pound was repor
made gains again*
gold following news
Arab revolts
Among the I>nes*
north of Israel- there *i
over the downfall of O
whose reginv
DSMsive measures W
msam* to suppreF
revolt only 1 ~


rs. Press to be Honored as Bond
Salesman of Year at Di Lido on 24th
of the Jewish National Fund Coun-
A dinner
honoring the bond
Lfe'sman of the year, Mrs Miriam
|pi% will be tendered by the Is-
rael i?n Edo Hotel on Wednesday March
l94th it 'as announced here by
[Mrs.'Louis Glasser, Greater Miami
Ichairman.
It was reported at the same time
Ithat Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, chair-
Lan of the Women's pivision of
Dade County for State of Israel
Bonds, will be chairman of the din-
er honoring Mrs. Press.
Dietarv laws will be observed at
ihe function, expected to attract
liOOO representatives of civic and
Icommunity organizations.
A special scroll will be pre-
Isented Mis. Press for her efforts
[in selling most Israel Bonds in the
ICreater Miami area during 1953.
Mrs. Press, who resides at 911 -
hrd Street, Miami Beach, moved
[here six years ago from Long
llsland. During this period she has
Itaken an active interest in Hadas-
Lh and the Jewish National Fund,
|a well as Israel Bonds. ___
Posts she held include overall
hadassah chairman for the Jew-
ish National Fund; vice president
{Industrial Show
)pens Friday
Acting Governor Charley Johns
will officially open the fifth annual
ICreater Miami Industrial Exposi-
on at 8 p.m. Friday in Dinner Key
Auditorium. H. H. Hyman, expo-
lion Committee chairman will be
nu>ter of ceremonies.
Representing the event's spon-
soring city. Mayor Abe Aronovitz
of Miami will present Florida's
chief executive. Members of the
Governor's official party, Dade and
tliami commissioners, plus Expo-
Committee members will be
given brief introductions.
Many of the nearly 200 Miami
krea manufacturers taking part in
|he exposition will exhibit and in
numerous in>tances demonstrate
tome of thin more than 10.000
products.
The exposition will be open from
: ti 10 p.m.. lor 10 days with four
hudrville act- and organ recitals
piilfd each ji'ernoon and evening.
wild life exhibit of live jungle
hnimals and r;ire birds will pro-
fide an extra ntertainment attrac-
tion for tin- ; ear's show.
John s Ga>saway is managing
Sirector.
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and Bond chairman of the Hen-
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She is a member of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and of the
Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation.
An organizational meeting for
the function was held earlier this
week in the Algiers Hotel, and
workers heard Mrs. Ratner praise
Mrs. Press for her "untiring efforts'
toward the establishment and de
velopment of the State of Israel.'
Simha Rubenstein to
Address Seminar
Simha Rubenstein, noted Hebra-
ist, will lecture at the third ses-
sion of the Hebrew teachers' sem-
inar on Wednesday, March 10th,
9 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. He will discuss the contri-
bution of the veteran Hebrew
teachers to Jewish education in
America.
Rubenstein gained his early edu-
cation in Teachers College, Jeru-
salem, studied at the University of
Chicago and received the Master's
degree at Teachers' College, Co-
lumbia University. He is a regu-
lar contributor to Hebrew periodi-
cals and magazines.
He is editor of HaDoar LaNoar.
Rubenstein is also well-known
throughout the United States as
the author of Elements Of Hebrew,
a Hebrew text which is found in
Jewish schools internationally.
The lecture is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Hebrew Teachers' Association
of Greater Miami. David Freed
man will act as chairman.
PAGE 5.
Society Meets Friday
Regular meeting of the Dynamic
Psychological Society of Greater
Miami will be held Friday evening.
March 5th, at the home of Mrs.
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services at the Hebrew academy.
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TODAY, MARCH =
Carole Rita Weds S. Gerald Miller in Kites
Here; Couple Sail to England, Germany
.Mrs. Alfred Gotle.snian, of Miami
Beach, and Mr. Ira Ciralsky. of
Toledo, Ohio, announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Carole
Kits, to S. Gerald Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. Miller, Mi-
ami.
The couple were married at the
Roney Plaza Hotel on February
14th.'with Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
litiiitinfi in a candlelight ceremony.
A reception and dinner followed
at the hotel.
The bride was attired in a spe- blue iris.
and a cascade of lily-of-the-valley.
She was given in marriage by her
father.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mor-
ris Webne, of Toledo, cousin of the
bride, who wore a blue chiffon bal
lerina-length gown and carried a
cascade of pink carnations. Mar-
cia Edelman and Arlene Tarshis,
Miami Beach, acting as brides-
maids, were attired in pink bal-
lerina length taffeta and tulle
gowns and carried a cascade of
cially designed gown by Kieviette
il New York and included blush
Junior bridesmaid was Leslie
Miller, sister of the groom. She
pink Christian D'or lace, floor-: chose an aqua taffeta and tulle
length, with a sweeping train. A Sown and carried an old fash oned
panel of imported tulle ran down \ colored bouquet of pink carnat.ons
the center of the dress. Sequins
ned the neckline and bodice.
She wore a strinu of matched ori-
' pearl- which weie ;. gii i>I
thf groom's parents.
Newlywed Mrs. taiiier carrie I 8
Bible covered with white orchids
Richter, Lit man
Exchange Vows
On February 161 h. at Rabbi Leon
Kronish's study in Temple Beth
Sholom, Miss Judith Richter,
hter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rich-
ter, Mason City, Iowa, and 9201
Ka.-t Bay Harbor Drive. Miami
Beach, became the bride of Merle
I.it." an. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Litman, Dulu'h. Minnesota.
Matron of honor was Mrs Mickey
Michaels. Miriam Richter was maic
ol .':onor. with Arnold Colker at-
tending as best man.
'I he bride selected a gown of
white linen, scooped neckline out-
line! with applique embroidery,
fitted bodice and bouffant skirt.
She carried a nosegay of pink Ca-
millas and carnations surrounded
by v. hite tulle.
Mrs. Litman was graduated cum
laude from Ferry Hall in Lake For-
est. Illinois, and attended the L'ni-
\ ( : ity of Minnesota.
The groom spent four years in
the United States Navy and receiv-
ed his degree at the University of
U esota Law School.
A reception followed at the home
i i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Birenbaum,
Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach. The
couple will make their home at
Brother of the groom. Harry
Miller, was best man, and ushers
included Samuel Stanton Ciralsky,
brother of the bride, and Samuel
Kreis, of Coral Gables.
The groom's mother wore a I.ily
Hubin original gown of dusty pink
tulle and lace. Mother of the bride
was attired in a gown designed by
Kieviette of New York and includ-
ed turquoise blue satin. Both car-
ried pink rosebud corsages.
For their honeymoon, the couple
sailed to London. England, on the
SS United Stales, where they stay-
ed for one week. They then motor-
ed to Nuremburg. Germany, where
the groom is stationed.
Mrs. i. GtraU Miller
Wallach, Goldstein
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wallach. of
3310 Durango, Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Susan Sheila, to Mr.
Robert Goldstein, son to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, New York
City.
Miss Wallach attended Washing-
ton University School of Fine Arts
at St. Louis, Missouri, where she
became a member of Sigma Delta
Tail Sorority. She was also a stu-
dent at the University of Miami.
Mr. Goldstein, who served with
the United States Army, received
tin' AB decree at Pennsylvania
State Collage, where he was a mem-
ber ol Pi Lambda I'hi Fraternity.
Pi Lambda Sigma and Delta Sigma
Rho Honoraries.
He was also a student at New-
York University School of Law,
where he received the LLB degree.
A member of the New York Bar.
he is a partner in the New York
law firm of Samuel Goldstein.
A June wedding is planned by
the betrothed couple.
Miss thine Wolfson
Miss Wolfson Picks
June lor Wedding
Elaine Wolfson will wed Uni-
versity of Miami law student My-
ron Sponder. The engagement is
announced by the bride-elect's par-
ents, Mr and Mrs. Simon Wolfson,
L'2'i Antiquera. (oral Gables.
A native ol Boston, Massachu-
setts. Miss Wolfson graduated from
Boston schools and came to Miami
two years ago. She is presently
employed as a receptionist for the
law firm of Dubbin. Blatt & Schiff.
She is president of the Miami Unit
of Junior Hadassah.
Mr. Sponder is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Terry Sponder, 1005 9th
Street. Miami Beach. He attended
Brooklyn schools, graduated from
Perkiomen Tech and then attend-
| ed Syracuse University. He re-
ceived the BBA degree from the
University of Miami, where he is
currently attending Law School.
The wedding date has been set
for early June.
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Markses Celebrate
Anniversary; South
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks, of
2835 Sheridan Avenue, Miami
Beach, celebrated their golden wed-
ding anniversary at a reception in
their honor given by their children
on Sunday. They have been resi-
dents here since 1925.
The reception was held at the
home of their son and daughter-in-
law, Attorney and Mrs. Paul H.
Marks, 1122 NE 97th Street, Miami
Shores. Other children attending
included a son. Max. of Miami, who
is with the State Insurance Conv
missioner: a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
B. Imbrey. of Miami; and another
daughter, Mrs. Stanley L. Marien-
thal, of Atlanta, Georgia. Also join-
ing in the festivities were six
grandchildren.
The celebrating couple were
married on February 28, 1904. in
Key West. Mr. Marks' father came I
to Key West in 1890 and still re-
sides there. He is reported to be I
one of its ollest livlrtji pioneen- j
Among attendants at the couple's'
wedding 50 years ago were the'
parents of Mitchell Wolfson and I
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz, also !
Key West pioneers.
Some 300 persons attended the
reception. Among guests of honor;
were Mayor and Mrs. C B. Harvey.
ol Key West, Mayor and Mrs. Abe
An,novitz. Miami, Vice Mayor and
Mrs. Fred B. Hartnett, Coral Ga-
bles, Congressman and Mrs, Wil-
liam C. I.antaff. Circuit Judges
Qeorge Holt. Marshall Wiseheart
and Stanley Milledge and Senator
l.eltoy Collins, Tallahassee.
Old-time Key West friends pres-
ent included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bre-
man, now of Asheville, North Caro-
lina; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rauzin,
50th Wedding
Florida Pioneers, I
Atlanta; Jesse Knight, CalgajJ
British Columbia Canada; and VitJ
tor Behar, London. England.
Also among honored guests wen I
former Miami Beach Mayor MitdJ
ell Wolfson and Mrs. Wolfsani
former Miami Beach Mayor
de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. Me
Mr. Marks' place of business i
Key. West was on the corner i
Duval and Green Street, whew I
supplied residents and Navy
sonnel with fruits and vegetakl
until his arrival with Mrs.
in Miami in 1925.
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MOWN PUBLISHER MEETS ITZHUIBEH.I
Continued from PW 1 A
filing. The inside reminded
of (he old style, small family
in the North of our country
kigh ceiling, small anterooms
the eomparatively large par-
living and dining rooms.
-, were asked in by a uniformed
U signed the guest book and
faed until eleven o'clock, the ex-
I hour Of our appointment when
re to be asked into the Pre*
el's office. There, in good Eng-
I* we were greeted warmly and
C^ briefly about our states
Ed cities. Mr Ben-Zvi then spoke
7bout 15 minutes, summarizing
, hy now very familiar "Story of
a little of its past, much
present problems and some
of the plans for the future. He dis-, strong leadership qualities who, de-
cussed a number of personal de- spite his age. was full of energy
tails and also explained the signifi-1 and determination, sharp of wit and
cance of the many scrolls, pictures
and other furnishings in his office.
Prior to our departure, while
coffee was being served, I pre-
sented Mr. Ben-Zvi with an official
welcome to our cities of Miami and
Miami Beach. As the delegation
was leaving, the President came
out of his office again, asked for
me, and I chatted alone with him.
I answered his questions about Mi-
ami, Mayor Abe Aronovitz, Miami
Beach and Mayor Harold Shapiro
who, he understood, had married a
sabra, the former Sylvia Chinio.
The 67-year-old President was a
pleasant surprise. From what I had
heard, I did not anticipate meeting
a warm personality equipped with
Mrs. Stiller Named Represent at ive of JWB
Mrs. Sidney Stiller, of 210 SW
54th Avenue, Miami, has been ap-
pointed representative of the Wom-
en's Organizations' Division of the
National Jewish Welfare Board on
the Voluntary Service Hospital Ad-
visory Committee at Coral Gables,
according to word received here
from Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach,
New York.
lew Tolush Book on Yiddish Writers
tows Author as Hero in Literary World
viddiSH WRITERS. Her Tolush.
Pr. New York, 1953 319 page..
[Yiddish Writers is a book of Me-
Lirs and sketches of writers, po-
|j, jnd editor- whom Iser Tolush
Jet. Some of them, he met in his
anderings on the highways and
fcways of 'he world; with some,
i was associated since his arrival
America.
Iser Tolush was always surround-
| by an aura ol mystery. He has
een living on Miami Beach for
tiny years and has a reputation
fr being the creator of numerous
nmantic tales and the author of
veral bonk- A stocky-looking
sn:i "i over mi Idle age, Tolush has
je ruddy face ol a mariner, with
tubye lashes. He is taciturn and
fldom offers an opinion on any
iibject discussed on company.
Honest, sincere and utterly un-
isumins, be leads a simple life
hd likes it. He loves the "plain"
prsonality and feels at home in
uch company. When urged by
hends or when the spirit moves
urn. Tolush will sing feelingly
pntimental Yiddish or sad Russian
plk songs.
I His latest work contains over 40
fetches of writers some great,
near-great Every sketch is
Titten in a simple, lyrical style.
|e does not employ heavy colors
ut prefers them quiet and sub-
ued. The superficial reader may
wrlook the subtle or pointed pas-
m. but one with a sharp eye will
W miss any of them.
[Tolush does not show any anger
hate in his memories. He nar-
ptes in a familiar, simple language
"^casionally injecting a little
One readily recognizes and
* the warmth of friendship, en-
"asm or disappointment. But
[f,r and above all, one finds good
and expressions of the joy of
His lengthy, well-known sketch
Miolem Aseh shows Tolush's
ep understanding and psycholog-
' acumen. Here, he succeeds in
"raving the ureat writer in all
conflicting moods, with synv
"">' and amity.
'" his sketch of Dr. Abraham
rainik. one finds a comprehen-
e study of the erudite essayist.
raimk was misplaced and appar
">' 'ound himself unable to ac-
mmodate himself to his environ
nt, Tolush feels. Those who
I im VU ferl ,he P^hos be-
Ze Tolush's word"
the ww finc skp,ch is devted
ir ^L0island' by Dr Arex-
Ju s,Kndm l "trtin a
We suspicion that Tolush is sav-
i wh; Kh. f Mu"*oni. himself,
'ofYwJ^be*in SeCOnd V01-
tL enters.
, J; longest sketch i, devoted to
kCStanT '^ RUS*ian POet
PrS1:ftln,Kri,t''--T1^hmet
T'n Switzerland and later in
Nw tV\ was ,he fi"t to
lure \Z wsh ln Yidd'*h liter
name of V!*0^ him :h*
brew) Tolush '"nomad" in
Thiol0e(merMsU hero of
""* consistent individual.
-Dr Max Lipkind.
Tolush to be
Honored Here
Jewish writer lser Tolush, who
recently published a book of liter-
ary sketches and essays under the
title, Yiddish Writers, will be hon-
ored on Sunday, March 7th, 8 p.m.,
at the Hibiscus Lodge, Alton Road
and 10th Street.
Tolush has already published
five books of novels and short
stories, which include some of the
vicissitudes during his numerous
travels throughout central and
southern Europe, Russia and Is-
rael. He has also written a collec-
tion of short stories about the life
of farmers in the United States.
His last book .published a few
months ago, consists of personal
reminiscences and impressions of
various literary figures in Jewish
We.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni will pre-
side and deliver a critical evalu-
ation of Tolush's works. There will
be greeting from various local or-
ganizations, as well as from liter-
ary figures.
replete with a degree of humility
and modesty that leads to his dig-
nified aura.
Lunch followed with Mr. Walter
Kytan, Director General of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
one of the right arms of Prime
Minister Moshe Sharett. Heading
the Bureau, which is comparable
to our State Department, Eytan has
maintained his post through much
political turhulence. A sparkling
and seemingjy capable individual,
he reminds me of the Abba F.ban
school, speaking deliberately, firm-
ly and with an assurance of the
facts with which he is dealing.
We had lunch at the Tourist Club
for the second time since our ar-
rival, and others present included
key members of Mr. Eytan's staff.
Pressing problems of the moment
for the Foreign Ministry were
aired the constantly changing
diplomatic climate between fcrael
and Syria in their negotiations be-
fore the Security Council at the
United Nations in New York. Most
of our conversation, unfortunately,
was off the record.
We then left for the headquar-
ters of the Jewish Agency and a
eessiori with Dr. G. Josephthal.
treasurer, who also heads the Im-
migration Absorption Department.
We went over some of the finan-
cial figures of Israel, itspresent
economic position, effects of the
Black Market and numerous diffi-
culties concerning immigration.
The rate of influx for the next few
years is anticipated at 10.000 to i
15.000 annually. This will give the
State an opportunity to liquidate
more of the unwarranted maaborat
the least desirable stage of
temporary housing.
I discovered that this figure is
based on nominal immigration. The
big IF. and to which no one has an
answer, is the sudden change that
could occur anytime in Russia and
among its satellite, nations. A re-
laxed policy there would mean an
uncontrolled flocking of Jews into
Israel.
From Dr. Josephthal's office,
there followed a brief tour of the
old City of Jerusalem, a visit to
the Mandelbaum Gate and a short
journey under military guard into
no-man's land. This is the only
spot now where contact with the
Arabs is made. It is also the road
used for the annual pilgrimmage
on Christmas and Easter. We saw
several United Nations cars cross
through the borderall prominent-
ly displaying flags to preclude at-
tack.
To finish np one of our "light
davs in Israel. I visited the Knes-
set for a second time. We were
present when the 100-member Par-
liament was voting on the routine
matter of changing the official In-
dependence Day date for this year;
otherwise, it would fall on the Sab-
bath. The Secretary of the Knes-
set told us that the governing body
was basically set up with a struc-
ture comparable to that of Eng-
land.
Regards,
Fred (Shochet)
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTKK IS HEREBY OfVEN that
tli-- undi i signed, denli n to .m
i:r I fi. minus inline of
(1I,< )Br> (HiKEN STAMPS, Ol.OBB
TRADING .- iw.Mi' in, ,n till I'once
in Blvd Coral < iablea. Florid/,
Intends to reclater Mid name with (fie
Plerk of ih- Circuit Court of Da at-
County, Florida.
<.I."IIK HTAMP CO., IKC
By: I wi Id Jacobeon, Pi i
i.ni.i.. i iwnei )
HENRY If. CAIN
Ittorne) for Applicant
ZSis w. nagler St.. Miami, Florida
1 i-lt-l-U
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166888
ROSAL.TN NEWMAN, Plaintiff
GEORGE K NEWMAN, ivfin.lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: flEORUE F. NEWMAN
C/o I'.nicl. M, :::il W. 85th St.
N.w Yi-rk City*, New York
You are hereto notified that a Hill
'i Complaint for Divorce has ii-,-n
fii.-il anainsi you, anil you art- requir-
ed to -iv,. a mil* nf \our Answer of
Pleading to tin.- Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff'-. Attorney, HAVII.i UK-
VINE, 123 N.W, rjth Ave., M ami,
Florida, and fil- the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of tru- Clerk
of the Circuit Conn on or before tro-
til -lay of April, 1934, If you fail to
do .~o. Judgment by default will l-
taken agalual you for the relief de-
manded in (he liill of Complaint.
Tliin notice ph.ill be published once
each week for four consecutive weelcs
in Till: JEWISH H.ORIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of March, A.D.
1S54.
E. B, I i:\TIIKUM.\N.
i 'lark, 'ii i-uit i 'owrt,
l >ade County, l- lortda
Bj w M W. HTOCKINO,
(Circuit Court Seal) i > puts I 'lerk
DAVID I.i:\IM-:
Attorney for I'laruflf
123 S W. 12th a Miami, Florida
3/.1-12-19 26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166387
AI.I.II-: S. ROL'NTREE, Plaintiff
FORREKT II inn ntkkk Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T": PORREHT .11 ROI N'i KJSE
Whali \illr. Virginia
You ai>- nereb) notified that
of Complaint for Divorce has I
filed against you, ami you
Quired to sseve .....py of your Ans-
,; Pleading to I be I -i 11 of C
on the plaintiff*! Attorney,
DAVID L.EV1NE, 123 N W. 12th A
Miami, Florida, ami file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of ths Circuit Court on or
before the :.th dju of April, 1954, If
you fail to do so, ludghient by di
will be taken against you for thi
lief demanded in the Bill ol CompU
This notice h ill be published i
each week for tour consecutive u,ki
In THK JEWISH r'LORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED nt M
Florida. thiM Ird da] of March, A.D.
r.'M.
I-: B. i.i:\TiiKitMA...
i lerk. Circuit Court.
I lade County, I- lorlda
Bj WM \S sToi'KIN'il,
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy ( .eik
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Plalntflf
123 N.W. 12th Ave Miami, l ho
8/3-J2-l-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, il. sirmc to
idet he fh-titioUH nn
A I.I. MIAMI XI'IM.IAN'CKS JJJ.
MI\MI TV SERVICE, at 26--'l W.
Flags i si., Intends to restate
name with the Clerk of the I
Court of liade ('oiint y, I Ii
EDWIN P KRA88NER
sole Owner
t,ER a n IRS
Atto nej t'-.i Applicant
l?s_' v\". I- lagler si.
i 5-12-u-je
THRIFT SHOP
Jewish Home for the Aged
150 N.E. 53rd STREET
OUR THRIFT SHOP NEEDS MANY ARTICLES OF POSSIBLE
, USE TO ITS CUSTOMERS
Clothing for men and women, carpets, light furniture, radio and
television sets and electrical appliances would be welcomed and
appreciated.
TELEPHONE 89-8627 TO ARRANGE FOR PICK-UP
Shochet to be Welcomed on Return from
Israel; 6M Plans.Reception Thursday
A rousing homecoming recep-
tion honoring Fred K. Shochet, gen-
eral mobilization chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, willI be
held Thursday, March 11th, 8:30
p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge Audi-
torium.
Shochet has been touring the
State of Israel as a representative
>f the Anglo-Jewish press In this
country. As a guest of the Israel
jovernment. he joined other news-
men in conferences with top per-
sonalities and in tirst hand ob-
servation of the States growth and
expanding economy. .
The General Mobilization Divi-
sion launched its community drive
on February 18th at a workers ral
y attended^ by some 1,500 volun
teers.
Chairmen of community areas
wUl get MS member, oi the Recep-
Uoa Committee in charge of ar-
rangements. These include George
Talianoff. Miami Beach; George
Chertkof, Miami; Stanley C. My-
ers Coral Gables; Irving Lax, Flag
ler-Granada; Nelson S. Chaplin,
West Miami; Mrs. Nathan Becker
and Mrs. William Kneapler, Hia-
leah-Miami Springs; Mrs Fred
Blank, North Dade: Jacob I litt.
North Miami Beach; Louis Wallace,
North Miami Beach; and Sidney
Peckett. Homestead.
The General Mobilization drive
is being conducted in ulna munici-
pal areas and a total community
goal of $99,106 has been Ml in the
neighborhood-by-neighborhood sol-
icitation. .
In addition to the area chair-
men, campaign chairman Aaron M.
Kanner, and Federation president,
Carl Weinkle. will head the list of
iignitariee to welcome Shochet
pjh^ to this community.
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MIAMI. aORIDA
FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1954
SEC. B
Writer Finds Israel's New
9ewibe Eaw Mfeets fteed
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
Recently, a variety of incidents,
mostly unpleasant, have turned a
,ome*bat glaring spotlight on Is-
rael's National Service Law. In la-
nd, itself, this law has for months
been the subject of heated contro-
versy and discussion. Now, a num-
ber of Jewish bodies within the
United States have taken up cud-
gelspro and conand have even
managed to bring this matter (and
the misunderstandings that simul-
taneously surround and veil it) to
the attention of the press.
All this makes it high time for
us to try to sort out the relevant
facts and figures, distinguish truth
from wild rumor and find out what
is what.
Lets start trom the beginning.
What is the National Service Law?
Passed by Israel's Parliament on
August 26. 1953. the law provides
for civilian service for girls exempt
from regular military service on
religious grounds and stipulates
that such girls (between 18 and 26) \
be drafted into national service for
two years.
What does "national service"
mean? Just exactly what it says. It
meson that these young women,
who are not required to enter the
army and are placed therefore in
the category of conscientious ob-
jectors, should none the less serve
their nation in non-military fields
of activity.
These include (among others)
work in religious agricultural set-
tlements, in immigrant settlements
and in sundry educational medical
and social welfare institutions
where they will work as civilians in
civilian clothing.
These pious girls (or girls influ-
enced by their pious families) will
be supervised by women inspectors
of the Ministry of Labor. When-
ever and wherever possible, they
will be stationed as near home as
Youth to Sponsor Coronation Ball for
CJA March 14th at Empress Hotel
The second annual Coronation
Ball sponsored by the Combined
Jewish Appeal Young Adults group
will be held on Sunday evening.
March 14th, 9 p.m., at the Em-
press Hotel.
Co-chairmen Mrs..Gordon Mar-
morstein and Jack Dickson have
announced that eleven organiza-
tions hive formed a Sponsoring
Committee to make plans for the
annual social event which attracted
more than 500 young persons to
the first affair last year.
Buddy Becker's orchestra will
play, and a program of entertain-
ment, featuring local celebrities
will highlight the evening.
At a meeting held Monday eve-
ning, reports were heard from Mrs.
Marmorstein. Ruth Dixon, Stanley
Abrahams and Phyllis Gelbard.
The Committee on Arrangements
includes Sandy Silberman, Murray
Ritter, Arline Imber, Sylda Bot-
win, Rhoda Granat, Isabel Pugat-
sky, Fran Grosswald, Bobbie
Greene, Bert Moss. Morton Erst-
hng, Mickie Doych, Marvin Mete,
Stanley Saal. Gloria Asher, Archie
Goodwin, Stanley JosowiU, Tedi
Miller and Sarita Spiro.
Young Adult organizations com-
prising the Sponsoring Committee
are Sharet Chapter, BBYW, Clara
Hirsch Landau Chapter, BBYW,
Star Chapter, BBYW, Coral Gables
Jewish Center Young Adults, Jun-
ior Hadassah, Miami Beach Jewish
Center Young Adults, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
Young Adults League, Miami
Young Adults Zionist District,
North Shore Jewish Center Young
Adults Club. IZFA and Miami
Beach Masada.
The Youth and Young Adults
Division have a combined quota of
$3,200 in the 1954 Combined Jew
ish Appeal. The annual Coronation
Ball is one of the fund raising func-
tions designed to achieve this
amount. Herbert Soule, of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, is acting as advisor and co-
ordinator of the Young Adults Di-
vision.
Balkin on Tour
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the
Florida regional office, Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith, ad-
dressed the Marvin A. Roth Lodge
of B'nai B'rith at Daytona Beach
on Monday at Temple Beth El. On
Wednesday, Balkin spoke before
the Alpha Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at
Pensacola, where he described the
current ADL program.
can be arrangedand allowed to
sleep at home after work. Addi-
tionallygirls who arc so devout
that they never leave their family
circle even for study or work will
be wholly exempted.
Who voted for this law? A large
majority of the Parliament, in-
cluding the two religious parties,
Mizrachi and the Poel Hamizrachi.
Did the Chief Rabbinate issue
any edict against the law? No. The
Rabbinate expressed concern on
the matter of girls raised in highly
and unusually sheltered homes.
But it at no time directed the re-
ligious parties to leave the coali-
tion or to vote against the National
Service Law.
Do any of the religious girls po-
tentially involved in the National
Service now work outside their
family circle? Yesmany of them.
Scores of these young women for
whom absolute and total exemption
from any active contribution to the
welfare of the State Is demanded
find that their traditions in no way
preclude their getting government
jobs or working in private estab-
lishments^any and all of which
needless to say, are more lucra-
tive than National Service.
Much of the hue and cry raised
over the law has come from ignor-
ance of its provisions. Most people
who discuss it with raised voices do
not know the basic structures or
stipulationsnor are they able to
explain why this one, numerically
small, part of the population is to
be permitted to live as though on
an island of its own, scot-free and
devoid of obligations even to a
democratic state which implicitly
and explicitly recognizes and re-
spects their special situation. This
is neither a healthy nor a just de-
mand.
History is colored and bright-
ened by the legends handed down
through the ages about those who
served behind the lines and with-
out a uniform. Surely it ill-be-
hooves a pious daughter of Israel
to refuse to nurse the wounded or
to teach the newcomeror to work
the soil particularly since all
these truly blessed activities are to
be within the framework of a pious
way of life.
Shown displaying now democracy car cards which will be
carried on the buses of the various bus transit systems of Dad?
County from February 15th to March 15th are (left to right)
Mayor David Hendrick. of Coral Gables, Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz, of Miami. Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, Dr.
Kurt Peiser, member of the Executive Committee, Dade County"
Council on Community Relations, and Norman Peterson, secre-
tary of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. Produced
by the Institute for American Democracy, the car cards ars
being sponsored by the Dade County Council on Community
Relations.
Dade's Prominent Civic Workers rill
Head Committees for Women's Function
Some of Dade County's most
prominent civic workers have been
named to head committees for the
Share Your Sunshine luncheon
sponsored by the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Women's Division on
March 15th at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
According to the general chair-
man, Mrs. Morris Alpert, more
than 150 women have volunteered
to serve as committee chairmen
and hostesses at the unusual gar-
den party expected to attract some
2.000 women.
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff has accep-
ted chairmanship of the Miami
mount S mat
HOSPITAL
noS? Tu.cker fit lady of show business, is pictured an-
ThuS? Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual jubilee held
usl cu!? evning at the Miami Beach Auditorium, with Sam-
^ner. hospital executive director.
ttrandein Women
Seek Member*
Over 150 new members are ex-
pected to attend the annual mem-
bership teas of the Greater Miami
Chapter, National Women's Com-
mittee of Brandeis University, ac-
cording to Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins, general membership chair.
The teas will be held at 1:30
p.m.. Friday, in the homes of Mrs.
Jack S. Mintzer, 6440 North Bay
Road, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Har-
old Thurman, 3801 Riviera Drive,
Coral Gables.
Membership in the group totals
600, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, presi-
dent, said. She added that the na-
tional membership in the commit-
tee numbers over 40,000 women
in 79 chapters.
Book reviews will be given at
both teas. Mrs. Joseph Narot will
review at the Miami Beach tea.
and Mrs. Max Shapiro is slated to
review at the Miami tea. Program
chairman is Mrs. Harold Turk.
Arrangements are being handled
by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, Mrs.
Aaron Fair, Mrs. Robbins. Mrs.
Robert Green, Mrs. Nathan Strauss
and Mrs. Thurman.
Fry Play on Boards
Next University of Miami drama
presentation will be Christopher
Wry's adaptation of the French
play, Ring Round The Moon. It
opens at the Ring Theater on
March 9th and will play through
March 20th.
Seymour Samet
Samet to Conduct
Talks on Prejudice
March Institute for Parents of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center Nursery Schools will
present Seymour Samet, executive
director of the Southeastern Re-
gion of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, in a discussion at all three
schools on: Does Prejudice Begin
In The Home.
Samet will point up the parents'
role in creating attitudes in chil-
dren which become part of their
personality.
The Institutes, to which the pub-
lic is invited, will take place Mon-
day night, March 8th, 8:15 p.m., at
the Beach Branch, 1536 Bay Road:
Tuesday .night, March 9th, 8:15
p.m., at the Town Branch. 450 SW
16th Avenue; and Wednesday
night, March MHh, 8:15 p.m., at
the Flagler-Granada School, 50 NW
51st Place.
Mrs. Max G Gettinger is County
Nursery School Committee chair-
man, and chairmen of the Nurs-
ery School PTA's at the branches
are as follows: Mrs. Seymour Sa-
met, Town Branch; Mrs. Maurice
Dann, Flagler-Granada; and Mrs.
Samuel Zibit, Beach Branch.
Committee which is designed'to se-
cure participation of Miami" resi-
dents in the unique luncheon af-
fair. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs.
Bernard R. Stevens and Mrs. Max
Weiti will head the Program Com-
mittee. The group is arranging a
fast-moving show featuring top
names in the entertainment world.
Five-day-a-week F e d e r a tion
workshops have been organized
where volunteers work out the hun-
dreds of details necessary to insure
success of the big production.
Heading the workshop group will
be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Phil-
ip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Harry Zuker-
nick.
Mrs. Saul Herman and Mrs. Wol-
fie Cohen will serve as co-chairmen
of the Catering Committee, a group
responsible for arranging 2,000
luncheons at the record-breaking
affair.
All women's organizations have
pledged full cooperation in the
final Combined Jewish Appeal
gifts function sponsored in the
Women's Division. Over 7,500 in-
vitations are being forwarded to
members throughout Dade County,
inviting their participation. Named
to head the Community Organiza-
tions Committee are Mrs. Samuel
Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman
and Mrs. Sol Silver man. all active
in nationally prominent women's
groups.
Share-Your-Sunshine With Some-
one In Need has been selected as
the theme of the afternoon.
According to Mrs. Alpert, "This
'Luncheon Unlimited' is open to
all women in Dade County who re-
alize the need for plus-giving In
this campaignwho realized wom-
en's place in our community af-
fairs."
The Luncheon Unlimited will be
the campaign climax of the Wom-
en's Division gifts affairs and will
combine in one afternoon three
fund raising events formerly spon-
sored in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Purim Play Presented
By Beth David PTA
Call Me Mister was the title of a
Funm play presented at a meet-
ing of Beth David PTA on Monday
evening.
Acting as the king was Murray
Baum. Charles Z. Spingarn, Myron
Warshaw, Jules Weiss, Phil
Abrarns, Robert Purisch and Ralph
Bogish were counsellors.
Mrs. Jerome Gordon was ward-
robe mistress. Others included the
Mesdames A. Samess, Sadie; Mich-
ael Covin, talkative Tonya; Adele
Levin, shapeless Sonya; Albert Le-
vine, Miss Fatsy Patsy; J. Stern,
thrift Rivki; Samuel J. Chavin.
Queen Esther; and Judith Cher-
noff. Herald.
Musical accompaniment was by
Mrs. Phil Abrams, with Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman directing.


nm-"T* e
FRIDAY, MARCH
PAGE 2B
%
Human Rights Commission Tries
. i. :. j:j .m h>vond the right? a
am

By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish T#l*raphic At*ncy
a covenant or oovauwu* --.
UNITED NATIONS-Like pov- would not be accepted by it would DOUJt -||
crty, human rights seem to be al- he hardly worth drawing up. Thus,
wavs with u.sor at least the dis-1 jt js m a somewhat spiritlo- at
cussion of it. Once again, the Hu
man Rights Commission is meeting,
as it has met lor so many years, to
draw up a Covenant or Covenants
on Human Rights. The work has
been going on as long as the oldest
official here can remember, and
there is no one here, not even the
most innocent newcomer, who
would be foolhardy enough to pre-
dict that it would be completed this
year.
Even if it were, that would not
be the end. Such treaties as the
Covenant on Human Rights must
be ratified, and with the present
mood of Congress, there is simply
no chance of this happening in the
United States. Despite the fact that
the Genocide Pact has come into
force because a sufficient number
of countries have ratified it and
that it is not such a controversial
issue as Human Rights, it has nev-
ertheless not been ratified by Con-
glftss; the American delegate even
cdjisidered it necessary to issue a
sement saying that publicly on
this pact would not be countenanc-
ed in the United State
if course, the United States is
one of 60 member states of
)I uc in an" -I- .
But the milennium was not tnai
close. An argument immediately

somewhat spiritless at- cos* n ^ of mora|
,osphere that the qjttntaUgU a "Yrighfs and social and eoo-
Commission is meeting, knowing *& rh(> IU)iraJ and icga|
that even if it accomplishes any-
thing, it will not, in the long run,
be worth very much.
There is a danger of the Com-
mission on Human Rights becom-
ing a sort of investigative body like ,
the Sub-Commission on Minorities,
of which it is actually the non-too-1
proud parent. The sub-commission
footed around and did so little (
that it was actually suspended for!
a time. However, it had a session
just before the Commission met
and did pull itself together to the
extent of deciding on a survey of
discrimination in schools through-
out the world, a survey which is to
be made this year.
When the Commission on Human
Rights was formed, in the early
days of the United Nations, there .
was a good deal of enthusiasm for
its task. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
was a driving force and there were
other capable members. Further-
more, it had been encouraged by
the tact Hurt the Declaration of
Human Rights had been adopted by
the General Assembly unanimous-
right are the older Human Rights,
such as freedom of worship and of
"the press; and social and economic
rights are the newer ones such as
the right to employment and so on.
Naturally, the Soviets pressed for
CJA Division Show]
56 Percent of Quot?
The giant Business and Prof J
sional Division of the Combin?
Jewish Appeal has achieved 56 Z
cent of its 1954 quota, it ha< be73
announced by Sam J. Heiman]
Natural y. tne aovii-i* h"7*^- ----- n
the latter, the Americans- for the chairman, early this week.
fSmw .! w. H H' toir^rrf'of 48-THrtnMS
'--- 1/lfn .t..|. Chairmen-oF 43' bmineftfa,
I
,,,,'lBfc' |.trcH>l|. viv-^w^rTITJiir-T--
minimum of both could be jneni*
ed in one Covenant on Human
Rights, but the sentiment has
grown for two Covenants, one ior
moral and legal rights, and the
other for social and economic
rights, both to be adopted at the
same time. That is where the Com-
mission has reached in its work so
far i
It seems th?t a declaration such
as the Declaration of Human
Rights, which is more of an aim
and an objective than anything
else, rather than a law such as a
Covenant would be is about all that
will be accepted in these troubled
times.
B'nai B'rith Lodge Sponsors iltrooklun Alumni
Appearance of Tennis Players To be Honored
Alumni of Public School 149 will
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
will sponsor the March 13th and
14th appearance in the Miami
Beach Auditorium of the greatest
names in tennis.
Under the direction of Jack Kra-
mer, tennis greats Frank Sedg-
be honored during Friday evening
services ,rt Beth David Synagogue.
Greetings will be brought by
Harry Katz, for over 40 years a
teacher at PS 149. C. Israel Lutsky.
also ;in alumnus and known as the .-------- .._
Jewish Philosopher on radio pro- j ization in Israel.
Miss Bofsfceo Vi/enski
Pioneer Women Will
Hear Miss Vilenski
Over 500 Pioneer Women of Club
I. Club II, Golda Myerson Club and
Kadimah Chapter will hear Miss
Batsheva Vilenski, Israeli visitor,
at the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women's 14th annual don-
or luncheon on Sunday. March 7th,
12:30 p.m.. at the Di Lido Hotel.
Miss VllenskitChead of the Moet-
tet Hapoalot's Vocational Training
Department in Israel, is in the
United States as a delegate from
the Pioneer Women's sister organ-
iiicj, kuiiu 6'"" .. ~-.*. ji-wisn I miosopniT on rauiu i>i
man. Pancho Gonzales. Don Budge j gram.s here and in New York, will j Proceeds of the luncheon will go
and Pancho Segura will compete ^ guest speaker. He will discuss | towards the expanding program of
with each other in what has been I wjtn alumnus and Beth David spir- Moetzet Hapoalot, engaged in
"greatest tennis ever'
the
called
seen."
In -addition to the two-night tour-
ney, Kramer is conducting a talent-
scout and clinic for young local
tennis hopefuls. Under this pro-
gram, he views almost all of the
good young talent while touring
the country. From their ranks. Kra-
mer selects about eight amateurs
and spends part of the summer
coaching them
Another phase of
spir-
itual leader Rabbi Max Shapiro:
Happy Days.-----^s
Mirele Efros to Jbe shown
Mirele Efros, Yiddish sound
movie, will be presented by the
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Branch, on Sat-
urday evening, March 6th, 8 p.m.,
as its first showing in the Yiddish
, the tourna-^'ni series^ Starring are BertaGor-
ment will be the selection of Miss ston and Michae Rosenberg. Musi-
Sunshine Tennis, from the ranks score is by Vladimir Heifetz.
of Miami area high school girls.
Leo Steinman, chairman of the IOUnCJ Adult League
event for the B'nai B'rith Lodge. A gala dance and social will be
explained that the participation of sponsored by the Young Adult
youngsters in this event is part of Lea** of the Greater Miami Jew-
* ish Community Center. Town
their youth development program Branch on Tuesday evening,
and will be closely supervised by a March 9th. 8 p.m Dancing will be
Youth Committee. held at the Center's auditorium.
Moetzet Hapoalot, engaged in
training and educating women and
children from all corners of the
world to become productive citi-
zens in the State of Israel, main-
taining agricultural and vocational
schools, day nurseries for more
than 15,000 children annually, con-
valescent care for thousands each
year, a nursing mother's home in
Haifa, a youth village, Ain Karem.
in Jerusalem where youngsters
from more than 40 nations are
brought back to normal living, and
numerous social services for Is-
rael's new settlers.
While in Miami. Miss Vilenski
will devote herself to working with
the Council and each club, the
presidents of which are Mrs. Bea
Jaffer, Council president; Mrs. So-
phia Krantz. Club I; Mrs. Ida Pow-
ell. Club II; Mrs. Anna Seltzer,
Golda Myerson Club; and Mrs. Ceil
Segal. Kadimah Chapter.
Music Art League
To Meet Sunday
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League this week announced its
program for Sunday evening,
March 7th. 8:30 p.m., at the Ever-
glades Hotel.
Arnold Simms. former basso-
baritone of the San Carlo Opera
Company, will sing solos and duets
with the support of Miss Ruth Brot-
man. loprano. Harlene Worrow will
be at the piano.
Others scheduled to appear are
the Baltic Trio in Estonian and Lat-
vian folk .sours arranged by Anita
Kurn--, with soloists Amalija Peter-
son, Meeta Sepp and Teklo. Peter
son; and concert violinist Jacques
Cohen, accompanied by his 10-year-
old son.
Chief Yellow Thunder, of radio
and television, will dance and sing
in native1 costume.
-*....' <>i-mduslr
*>lM!itaOW* 1he first',-epArt ralli
held in the Columhus Hotel As oft
February 25th. $426,489 has bnl
collected in the division, with addi-l
tional gifts continuing t0 f|ow jn|
daily. I
A tola! of S13.925 in new gjfijl
were reported at the Thursday!
night rally. Heiman pointed out!
that the Trades Divi-ion has a|
quota of $770,000 which constitutes!
nearly half of the entire campa^l
goal. I
"Nearlv 6.000 prospects mustiel
personally contacted in the secadl
half of this vital campaign in orfcrl
to achieve our goal," said Heiml
addressing the group of enthus.|
tic trades leaders, "This meanststl
representatives must resporil
cheerfully when called upon ^L
division leaders to give and tqkl
in the campaign "
Heiman declared that it was tie!
community responsibility of iu[
busness menlarge and smallto|
become part o this drive
raises funds for the support i
Greater Miami institutions, ud.
as national and overseas agenda
Campaign chairman. Aaron LI
Kanner, was principal speaker i
the first report rally and ca
mended the division for their I
forts "in behalf of Jewry in
everywhere."
A second Business and
sional Division report dinner i
ing has been scheduled for Ttal
day, March 25th. at the, "
Terrace Hotel.
Masquerade Ball Due
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women this week announced
plans for a masquerade I'urtm Ball
on March 20th at Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge.
Oohbi Joeeoh E. Rackonkf
45 Michigan Arenai
Miami bMCb
Phon. 5-3S95
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tlndatted
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fig for-bnading'
arthts, croquttci.
Grand for attjidg*,
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Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. TtiC
o jiu c, u;__i on n~ phone *
14 NIL 24th St.. Miami 37. Ha.
Flagler-Granada area joins in General Mojjrli zation of the Combined Jewish Appeal The
Board of Directors of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center is the top committee. Shown seated
(left to right) are Evelyn Clein, Naomi Stiller^ylvig Ffeed. Lil Stewart and Mildred Gittleson.
second row Oeft to right) are Bob Tauber, Sesir Kifschner, Jr.. Morris Rubin, Solomon Eisen-
berg. Jack Shaw, Sid Stiller. Phil Schiff and Joe Masters. Third row Oeft to right) are Ben
Clein, Jack Cohen, Harry Sharnis, Center supervisor, Charles Adelman, Al Ziegler, Harold
Strumpf and Ed Moore. Standing rear Oeft to right) are officers of the Center: Morton Elter-
mcnVfinancial secretary; Ed Peiser, vice president; Anne Hirsh, recording secretary; Irving
Lax president and CJA chairman; Rose Feldman, president Women's Group; Hy Cover-
man, treasurer; and Sylvia Burak, corresponding secretary.
SE'o '
Interest on Regular Savings Accounts
ON BAlANCfS UP TO '25.000.00
Compcir"'"'1 Senn annually Payable June Island Dec 1st
'AV'MC.s INSURED UP TO -10.000.00
Complete Commemal Banking Services
DRIVE-IN TELLERS BANK BY MM1
PAN AMERICAN BANK
III t OF MIAMI


fflm.v MARCH 5, 1954
^rf/WHk,
Reduce and Eat Sweet Foods
PAGE 3 B
There's good news today for men
ad women who are overweight. As
Service to its readers, The Jewish
Fioridian here publishes one of the
most successful diet plans ever as-
sembled.
gut even more important is the
fact that this famous diet plan has
been prepared by its originator,
Tillie Lewis, to Jewish dietary re-
auirements complete meat and
dairy menus for 21 full days.
Orthodox background, is today
recognized as "America's- First
Woman in Foods." Calling on her
own knowledge and receiving Rab-
binical consultation, she has or-
ganized a recognized diet adhering
to Jewish Dietary Law.
Now it is possible to enjoy such
usually forbidden sweet treats as
lucious puddings, syrupy canned
fruits, flavorful jellies and tangy
salad dressingsall without wor-
rying about excess calories.
These do not sound like "diete-
tic foods" in the usual sense, nor
do they taste like those known in
the pastso often flat, insipid and
lacking in flavor. Actually, they
can't be told from regular foods
in taste or texture. Yet, because
they are sweetened by a new,
sugar-free process, they contain up
to 76 percent fewer calories and
make it possible to cut the daily
calorie intake right down to where
the doctor approves. Best of all,
the dieter can do this without hard-
ship or stern self-denial, without
even curbing a craving for sweets.
-A- ir
By TILLIE LEWIS
FIRST DAY MENU
1IS5 Calories
Breakfast
4 OX.
"ranKe Juice,
Poached Kgg
Toast. 1 slice
Butter, 1 tap. .. __
Mat Milk, k o. ..
Coffee, an detirrd
cweetentnr. Tablet.
as desired ...
TOTAL
Lunch
Tomato Soup. 1 cup____
Kull'.ne Cracker.", 4
Haktd Haddock,
4 os.
Stewed Celery and Carrots,
i cup _____
Tasti-Dlet Chocoate
Pudding. ',j cup .
Skim Milk, s os.__.....
Calorie.
....... 30
------- 7S
as
jj
10
0
0
~jis
o
so
M
10
TOTAL
Dinner
Tastl-Diet Krult Cocktail,
cup....... .,
JWt of I.,ml> c trimmed). J o*.
Jlaked I'otato. l medium _______
'rn Bean-. | IUp ____
Tensed Ureeii SaUdLettuce,
Endue, Itumaine; Tastl-
I'iet Chefs Dressing, 1
tablespoon ___
Tastl-Diet A|>p!e Sauce! % CM
Tea or Coffee, as desired*
Sweetening Tablet, as desired
421
50
100
100
2".
TOTAL
DAYS TOTAL"
SECOND DAY MENU
1
4
0
0
5
1144 Calories
Breakfast
I I 01
JJ-ramlil,.,i Eg. ,'
i"""'. '- Fd
D**etenlng Tablet, as d-------1
. TOTAL
Lunch
Llm Bean &
BaJJlne Creckers. :
We Sala,|"
ng* lye,
raatl-Dlet Butti
u. Padding."
IV,h "'"an,,
a*lm M||k,
Calories
S4>
___ 7
jr.
at.
*
S-ii
By incorporating these new dietetic
foods in the regular meat or dairy
menus, three appetite-satisfying
meals a day can be enjoyed while
keeping total calories within reduc-
ing requirements.
Mrs. Lewis and her associates
have been working on the develop-
ment of these new foods for ten
years. Today, as president of her
own multi-million-doilar food plant
in Stockton, California, she is a
leader in the development and test-
ing operationswhere new ideas
in food are tried out.
Mrs. Lewis points out that the
new dietetic foods were developed
to answer a real problem. "Medi-
cal authorities have named over-
weight as America's No. 1 health
problem," she explains. "And diet-
ing authorities know that the big-
gest problem about low-calorie
diets is that people are human. If
you have a sweet tooth, you nat-
urally crave sweet-tasting desserts.
The weakness of all diets which re-
move or reduce 'sweetness' is that
they're bucking Mother Nature
and that is a difficult thing to do.
"Now that we have the new die-
tetic foods, a diet can contain all
the normal regular elements, in-
cluding the sweet desserts and
tasty dressingsyet can reduce the
calorie intake and remove the ex-
cess weight, without imposing
hardships or sacrifice such as your
old style diets do."
Cr ft
THIRD DAY MENU
1153 Calories
Breakfast
Tastl-Dlet Grapefruit Section*,
rt_cup
Calories
Soft Boiled Kgg. 1_______________
Whole Wheat Toast, 2 thin slices
Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon _
Skim Milk. I oa.. _........... -
Coffee, aa desired_________
TOTAL
Lunch
Tastl-Dlet Potato Salad,
1 serving-__________________
Sliced Oiese, H as.__________
Rye Bread. 1 thin slice
Tastl-Dlet Chocolate Pudding,
H cup---------------------
Skim Milk. I os.---------------------
TOTAL
Ttrolled Liver with Onions. 4 os.
-Diet Asuaragu*. spears .
-Diet Corn, y, cup _____
Memo I/ettuce. H cup____________
With Tasti-IXet Cher*
Pressing. 2 tablespoons_____
Tasll-Dlet Apricots. cup---------
Coffee or Tea, aa desired---------
44
75
130
S
0
0
341
M
170
7
H
to
451
ISO
21
100
20
I
44
0
TOTAL ...........-----------------_ 354
DAY'S TOTAL--------------------11*3
e e e
FOURTH DAY MENU
1222 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Orange Juice. 4 os.----------
Pouched Kn, 1
On Whole Wheat Toast. 2
thin slices .........
Butter, 1 teaspoon-----------
Skim Milk, 8 o............_
Coffee, as desired -------------
TOTAL
flarlej Soup
howl, i
recipe) --------------
i scotca
cup
Slices, v, Banana
B wz......
TOTAL
TOetl-DUl
_->e4 Chopped
cup
Dinner
r>u!t ''orktall U
^nlng^iVa^t.
TOTAI.
*V'S TOTAL ...:.~---------
0
~324

45
45
30
r.o
o
3-e
so
150
(5
rt-
15
20
44
0
0
114*
Joe Soler
"WtTIt Of AUICeUO* coots
WTH AMUKAH SOOVINWS
215 Lincoln Rood
* Collins Avo.ee
*S S-44M M4S79
Lunch
Vegetarian Vegetable Soup.
1 cup _.
Tuna Salad, 1 serving ......
Sliced Tomator on l-eltuce
I_-nf, 2 slices .
Rve Wafers, 4
Tastl-Dlet Vanilla Pudding.
',1 cup
r.o
75
130
if
90
0
...... 3S0
Breakfast
Tastl-Dlet
.* crumbled
Applesauce,
Kg*. 1
' cup
natter, 1 teaspoon _
Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices
Calories
52
75
M
135
Skim Milk,
IOTA I.
Dinner
so
381
Beef stew
Boi eteas Beef, 4 os. _____
t'arrols. 2 medium
onion. 1 small
I'otato. I small
Col* Slaw
'ablMllie, M CUP
l'..i.i,i> S, .,ej
Tnstl-Dlet Ch.f., Dressing,
1 ta I. I i......i
jyh'.'!e,.\vi"'a. ""<' i thin slice
Tasti-Dlet Cherries, y, cup
Coffee or Tea, as desired
TOTAL ...........
DAYS TOTAL
e
200
40
25
:,o
20
U
1
:,
6')
0
llil
1222
FIFTH DAY MENU
1258 Calories
Breakfast
Orange. Slices, ^ orange
Soft Boiled Kgg, 1
Whole Wheat TomkI. |
thin slices
Tastl-Dlet Jelly. I tablespoon
Skim Milk, 8 os............_.._...........
Coffee, as desired ....
TOVAL.
Lunch
50
1*
130
9"
0
0
354
Green Pea Soup, M cup ............_ 73
Cottage Chhese and Pear Salad
lettuce, 2 leaves______________
Cottage Cheese, >A cup______
Tasti-Dlet Pear Halves. 4 small
Tastl-Dlet Whipped Dressing,
1 teaspoon ..............___________
French Bread, 2 slices .________
Tastl-Dlet Cling Peaches,
'/i cup ----------
Skim Milk. 8 ox.
S
108
40
5
108
TOTAL
Dinner
Fruit Cocktail,
Tasti-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon
Skim Milk. 8 ox.....................
Coffee, as desired .............
TOTAL ____________
Lunch
Tomato Juice, 8 os......
Whole Wheat Bread, 1 thill slice
Dieter' Special Salad*, 1
serving (sec recipe) .._____
Tastl-Dlet Chocolate Pudding,
9uMM. rttrr___

TOTAI,

Dinner
Roast Chicken. 4 ox.
Baked I'otato, 1 verv small
Tastl-Dlet (ireen Beans, 1
Toed Oreen Salad
Let rues Kndlve, Komaine,
I'/i cups -----............
Tasti-Diet Chef's Dressing.
i tablespoon .....
Tastl-Dlet Cling Peaches.
!-i cup
Coffee, as desired
cup
SO
0
396
50
85
190
35
__?
430
208
50
25
_ 20
Tastl-Dlet
H cup .
Broiled Cod steak with
Lemon Slices, 8 ox.________
Lima Beans, 14 cup .......______
Swiss Chard (Leaves and
Stems), y, cup____________
Tillie Lewis Salad*. 1 serving
(recipe follows)
Tustl-Diet Vanilla Pudding.
'A cup _..........___.........._
with Tastl-Dlet Chocolate
Topping, 2 tablespoons .....
Coffee, as desired ..._........
TOTAL _........_.....________
DAY'S TOTAL .....
see
SIXTH DAY MENU
1177 Calories
Breekfait
Grapefruit Juice, '/4 cup __
Poached Eggs. 2___
on Wholewheat
1 thin slice .-----
Skim Milk. 8 ox. .
Coffee, aa deaired
90
454
(4)
200
100
-'",
N
450
1258
Toast.
Calories
50
____150
k:.
90
0
TOTAL
Lunch
._ 355
Oreen Bean Salad { TaatlDiet)
(Oreen Beans. I teaspoon
Tastl-Dlet dressing on
on lettuce). 1 serving---------
Broiled Flounder, ox. .------------
with Broiled Mushrooms
\i cop------------.....----------....._.
Whole Wheat Bread, 1 thin slice
Tastl-Dlet Asparagus, < spears
Tastl-Dlet Vanilla Pudding.
S cup-----------------------------------
Skim Milk. 8 ot......---------------------
TOTAL _-......----------
Dinner
Boiled Dinner
Corned Beef (trimmed, 3'/, ox. _
Cabbage, 1 cup ...........----------------
Carrots. Vi cup-------------------------
Onions, yi cup --------.......-----------
Whole Wheat Bread, 1 thin slice
Apple Salad
Chopped Apple, Vi cup
Lettuce Leaves, 2 large------------
Celery Stalk. 1 medium ---------
Tastl-Dlet Chef's Dressing,
1 tablespoon
Tasti-Dlet lYune Plums, '/, cup _
Coffee or Tea, as desired-------------
30
117
13
65
25
30
90
370
TOTAL ---------------------------------
DAY'I TOTAL __......----------
e e
SEVENTH DAY MENU
1157 Calories_____
200
25
25
40
65
25
6
5
1
60
0
452
1177
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331
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X Kadishes, sliced
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2 tntilespoons Parsley, coarsely cut
8 ounces Tastl-Dlet Asparagus
Yi .-up Tasti-Diet Chef's Dressing
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Ctlorles per serving 45
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I cup Taatl-Dlet Chef's Dressing
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4 serving*; total calories 11G
Calories per serving 29
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1 pound Cottage Cheese
1 ..ii. Tastl-Dlet
Freestone Peaces,
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I nip Tastl-Dlet Orapefrult Sections
I .up Tastl-Dlet Cherries
14 cup Tastl-Dlet Apricots, whole
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V, cup Tastl-Dlet Chefs Dressing
Arrange fruit on bed of crisp aalad
greens 011 four Individual salad plates.
In renter of each, place ', cup cottage
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Serve with dressing.
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FRIDAY, MARCH t.
Home for Aged Holds Annual Meet at
Douglas Gardens; 18 Elected to Board
The Jewish Home for the Aged
held its ninth annual membership
meeting with an attendance of 500
persons Sunday afternoon and also
celebrated its third anniversary at
Douglas Gardens.
President Abe Kurman and
Baron ile Hirsch Meyer, vice presi-
dent, announced that ground-
broking ceremonies for the Ablin
Memorial Building will take place
Sunday afternoon, April 11th, at
M. 1. Kopelowiti
. presided at meeting
Synagogue Administration
Authorities to Appear
At All-Day Seminar
Two national authorities on syn-
agogue administration will adress
the ; Synagogue of America at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish tenter on Sun-
day. March 7th. 10 a.m.. according
to Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman
of arrangements.
Dr. Emil Lehman, assistant ex-
ecutive director of the United Syn-
agogue of America, will speak on
overall planning for the congrega-
tion at the luncheon session which
will be held at the Delano Hotel
Joseph Abrahams, executive di-
rector of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and president of the na-
tional Association of Synagogue
Administrators, will discuss syna-
gogue administration and financ-
ing at the 11 a.m. session. Eleven
Boards of synagogues in the Miami
area will participate in the seminar
which commences at 10 a.m.
Speakers, discussants and record-
ers have been selected from these
congregations to deal with gasstOlM
on the board meeting, the board
and its functions, and activating
membership.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will bring
greetings from the host congrega-
tion.
Douglas Gardens. It is expected
that the S300.000 structure, report-
edly the most modern Institutional
facility for the aged in the South
and the f,irst unit of a projected
three-story building, will be ready
for occupancy by October.
The Ablin Memorial will have a
bed capacity of 42 for the chroni-
cally ill and will also house the
medical, nursing, examining, treat-
ment, occupational and physical
therapy facilities of the Home.
Special awards were presented
by Kurman for outstanding service
to the Home in 1953 to Mrs. Jack
Ablin. Col. Jack Arvey. S. I. Bern-
baum. Emil Gould. M. J. Kopelo-
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. David Phil-
lips, Sam Resnick and Mrs. Sol
Silverman.
The membership elected 18 in-
dividuals to the Board of Direc
tors. They were Mrs. Ablin, Sam
Aronstein, Norman Babel. Jack
Carnar, Jack Cooper, Dr. Samuel
Gertman, Paul Gordon. Archie
Greenherg. Mrs. Fred Jonas. Sam
Kexwell. Harold Kravitz, Baron de
Hirx-h Meyer. A. J. Paul. Mrs Da-
vid Phillips, Sam Reinhard, Judge
Harold B. Spaet, Leo Steinman and
David Trail.
In addition to Kurman and de
Hirsch Meyer, other officers of the
Home are Judge Spaet. honorary
president; M. J. Kopelowitz. chair-
man of the Board; S. I. Bernbaum
;.ihI David Phillips, vice presidents;
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, treas-
urer; Archie Greenberg, financial
secretary; Mrs. Silverman, corre-
sponding secretary'; and Mrs. Moses
. r. recording secretary.


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Shown during an informal moment at the Combined Jewish Appeal Food Division dinner and
social are the leaders in the food industry (shown seated, left to right) Mrs. Robert Felig, dhj.
sion chairman Aaron Weinkle and Mrs. Weinkle. Standing (left to right) are Harry Augu*.
Mrs. August, Robert Felig, Aaion Neiss, Mrs. Neiss, Murray Baum, Joseph Cohen, Louis J
ephson and Sam Bddanes. _________________________________________________
Teresa Ronson Sings
At Sanitarium Here
Teresa Ronson, dramatic so
prano. sang an all request program
at the Miami Battle-Creek Sani-
tarium here. The program included
Jewish folk songs, opera and classi-
cal music, community singing and
current song hits.
Mi-s Ronson studied at Julliard
School of Music and was with the
American Theater Wing in New
York She also opened Miss Bertha
Foster's recital series this season.
Miss Ronson is the wife of Can-
tor Ben Grossberg, of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center.
North Dade Group Slates Monday Meet
A regular meeting of the Sister-
hood of North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter will be held at 8 p.m., Monday,
March 8th.
Final announcements will be
made pertaining to the opening of
the permanent Thrift Shop at 13080
NW 7th Avenue. Clothing, brac-a-
brac, furniture or other salts*!
items are needed Mrs. Fred Bail
Sisterhood president. hasissuojaj
appeal for volunteers to help ma I
the shop. '
Nominations for officers offc 1
Sisterhood will also be acctpM
from the floor.
I WANT MY MILK
Rabbi Sidney L. Regner, spir-
itual leader of Congregation
Oheb S h o 1 o m Reading,
Pennsylvania, ha1* been nam-
ed executive vice president
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, the nation-
al association of Reform Jew-
ish ministers. A 1926 gradu-
ate of the University of Cin-
cinnati, with Phi Beta Kappa
honors. Rabbi Regner was or-
dained at the Hebrew Union
College in 1927.
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JewlsBifkrirt***
nr nt Dade
\ ip"r t^tnrh
Lnnual donor luncheon of Dade
5rNaiion,l Children's Car-
ttoi.al. wi Upheld on Wed-
,farth Kith 12:30 p.m., at
fg^er Club in Miami.
h< raised will be given over
^pital located at 4250 West
r Street low.-.rd continued ex-
._; research (or children who
r^tims of rheumatic fever.
TJggbecomo necessary to m-
Mhe facilities of the research
King on the same grounds
re the hospital is situated."
jlri Sophie Leonard, chair-
i of the luncheon, and co-chah*-
, Mj,, Milton Smith.
i charge nf tickets is Mrs. Ber-
|Lo*enthal. with assistance by
airman Mrs .lack Hoss. Also
sting are the Mesdames Nath-
|Glass and Mannv Rich. Reser-
ons are being taken by Mrs.
Ilfie Cohen
he annual souvenir Ad Journal,
Ich has served as one of the
|or fund raisin': projects in con-
tion with the pledce luncheon,
be distributed. The journal
prepared and edited by Miss
llyn Kin'- and Mrs Leon Kaye.
Jnmpletion of plans are being
V by Mr-. Gertrude Laeha, hos-
jlity chairman. Mesdames
tries Baab < lementine Kemp
ine Seitelman will terva
Mrs Maurice Abel-
will head the telephone com-
mie Due Sunday
(s Park. Miami Beach Masada
Park. Masada Miami Beaetl
pi Vdull Zionist District will
Ihost to a picnic and wiener
I! A car pool will leave the
ni Beach Jewish (enter at
a.m. Jerry Miller, social
|rman, is in charge of the af-
He will be assisted by Ira
^ph. Leila Gross. Dave Good-
Gilda Rappaport and Hinda
Ikman.
PAGE EB
Cantors Association of Greater Miami honors Cantor Moshe
Kusevitslty on the occasion of his concert and liturgical per-
formance here last week. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro
presents the key to the city to Cantor Kuseritsky as Cantor
Jacob Bomstrfn. Association secretary, and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, president, look on.
Van Rosen Forms
Campaign Group
Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusen, en-
cumbent candidate for member,
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction from District 3, held
his first organizational meeting at
his new headquarters here.
The principal item of business
was the appointment of an Advis-
ory Committee.
Named to the Sleering Commit-
tee were Peter Gulotti. Mel Green
berf, Joe Guida, Kitty Markham
and Harold Greene, chairman. The
headquarters group will be com-
prised of Jack Griffith, Harold
Greene and Ruth Diestelhorst.
Fred Diestelhorst, campaign
treasurer, will serve on the Fi-
nance Committee with Jack Grif-
fith.
Public relations will be handled
by Kitty Markham and Mel Green-
berg. Mrs. Diestelhorst is chairman
of precinct workers. Miss Markham
is in charge of transportation and
will head the Youth Committee.
keg Shabbat
Jiami Beach Masada Young
lit Di.-trict will present its Oneg
pbat on Friday night, March
I 9 p.m.. at the home of Ber-
Sir. 928 Euclid Avenue. A
Iram. From Heaven To Hell,
I be presented.
Mirell Gallery Exhibit
Mirell Gallery will present a wall
show by Joseph Adams, consisting
of five new paintings, from March
8th through 20th. The painter op-
erates by applying paint by chance.
He combines expressionism with
abstraction. The gallery is at 18
Anthoejr Arcade, Coconut Grove.
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Dr. Mukdoni in Talk
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, Yiddish
journalist and critic, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of Der Yid-
disher Forum on Saturday eve-
ning. March 6th, 8:15 p.m., at
Knesseth Israel Congregation. Dr.
Mukdoni will discuss modern Yid-
dish writers. The weekly function
is sponsored by the local YIVO
committee.
Fashion Show Due
Card party and fashion show will
be sponsored by (Jahies Temple No.
11, Pythian Sisters, on March 9th,
8 p.m., at Ruby's Restaurant. Mur-
ray Baron. Inc., will present the
newest in Florida fashions.
Norton launches
Campaign Here
Formally launching his campaign
for Circuit Judge, Group Five. Mal-
lory H. Horton. former FBI agent
and assistant attorney general in
Miami, presided at a kickoff
luncheon meeting here last Wed-
nesday.
A native Floridian and Dade
County resident since 1925, Horton
completed his service as -assistant
attorney general in Miami in 1952,
after three years in the post.
Born in Fort Meade, Morton at-
tended local elementary and high
schools and was graduated from
the University of Miami Law
School in 1936. He practiced here
until October, 1940. when he was
appointed an FBI special agent.
In 1941, he was promoted to
supervisor in the FBI investigative
division at Washington. DC, and
held this post until 1945, when
he returned to his Miami law prac-
tice.
Horton has practiced law in all
of Florida's courts and in the Fed-
eral District Court. Federal Court
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TODAY, MARCH 5, lg
Langer Named Delegate of Florida Bar
To Inter-American Bar Group Conference
Marshall J. Langer, Miami Beach
attorney, has been named official
delegate of The Florida Bar and of
the Dade County Bar Association to
the eighth conference of the Inter-
Arrerican Bar Association. The
cure lave is scheduled at "the new
Jaragua Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil,
on March 15th through 22nd.
Langer, a member of the law
firn of Abbott, Burris and Langer,
also has been elected as one of the
sociation. Representatives of na-
ii al. state, district and local bar
association from each of the 21
American republics will attend
the Brazil conference, which will
coincide with the 400th anniversary
of the founding of Sao Paulo.
Langer will deliver a paper on A
Comparative Study Of Liability Of
Air Carriers Under The Laws of
the American Republics during the
conclave. A member of the ABA'.'
Committee on International Trans
portation and of the American So-
ciety of International Law. Langei
has made extensive studies on the
topic of air carrier liability.
Dr. Getulio Vargas, president oi
Brazil, will be opening speaker at
the conference. The Institute do^
Advogados de Sao Paulo will be tht
host association for the eight-daj
meeting.
Langer is vice chairman of the
Dade County Bar Association'*
Committee on Foreign Language*
and Laws. He is a member of the
general council of the Miami Chap-
ter of the American Foreign Law
Association and is editor of Inter-
national Forum, the chapters pub-
lication.
A graduate of the Wharton
School of Finance and Commerct
of the University of Pennsylvania,
he was the first student to be grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami Law School, summa cum laude.
A past member of the Board of Di-
rectors of the University of Miami
Alumni Association, he was elected
to membership in Omicron Delta
Kappa, national leadership frater-
nity; Iron Arrow, highest local
men's honorary; and to Who's Who
In American Colleges And Univer-
! sities.
IS IM
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/- Minmi Combined Jewish Appeal leaders attend UJA Conference at the Saxony HoteL
S^^SdcSai?? rSoSr KurTWiser. Sam Blank. Joe Rabinowitz and Samuel Filed-
SndT Rear rLare (teh to^taht) Samuel C. Levenson. Leon Jacob.. I. L. Mintzer. CIA campaign
ratman A M Kanner9 Federation president Carl Weinkle and San, Host. The W;
was poised by UJA for outstanding service in behalf of the local community dnve to rakl
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Brown to be Speaker
Mayer Brown, president of the
local Farband, will be principal
speaker at a luncheon club meeting
of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District on Wednesday noon,
March 10th. at the Ritz Plaza Ho-
tel, according to an announcement
'this week by Phil Salmon, chair-
man.
Marshall Langer
Puppet Demonstration
Malka Reich, director of drama.
teacher and artist, will give a lec-
ture-demonstration entitled. The
Birth Of A Puppet, on March 5th.
8:30 p.m.. to Friends of the Seven
Lively Arts at 2100 Washington
Avenue. Chaim Rom' is chairman.
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Authorized factory service for
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Prospects Contacted
A report meeting of the Combin-
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Thursday at the offices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Co-chairmen Louis Goldman and
Arnold Seeder said that more than
1.000 prospects will be contacted
during the next three weeks for
their contributions to the annual
drive The Winter Residents quota,
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Dr. Menninger in Talk
Dr. Karl Menninger. world [
mous psychiatrist, will lecture hoi
March 10th. 8:15 p.m., at the Dadt
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[ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
IIBREW ACADEMY will hold
rid* evening service* at 6 p.m.
lurday morning services are at 0
I* Rabbi Louis J. Lehrfield will
Wr llie sermon on tne toP'c:
fc Impressions On My Visit To
k Hebrew Academy. Mincha is at
fa p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
11:15 pm

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
NOREGATION will hold Friday
ening services at 8:15 p.m. Mem-
n of (he Men's Club will con-
ict the service. Edward L. Beck-
, president, will speak. An Oneg
' bbat is .scheduled to follow.
.tiirday morning services are at
30 a.m.. when Kabbi Simon April
II officiate and discuss: Sabbath
Ind Shkolim. Cantor Berele Kele-
*r will render the musical por-
ns of the liturgy. Daily serviees
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
I0N will hold Friday evening
rvices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
jorning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
1th Cantor Abraham Seif official
ig. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m. followed
Shalos Seudos. Daily services
eat 8a.m. and 5:45 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
ill hold Friday evening services
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Pincus Brisk-
pan, member of the faculty of
feshiva Torah Vadath. will be
tics! speaker. Subject of his dis-
bssion is: Our Youth. Rabbi Moses
lescheloff will officiate. Cantor
aron Weingarten will render the
usical portions of the liturgy.
Bturday morning services are at
i a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of
I'.iart. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli
eder. and Philip, son of Mr. and
Irs. Joseph Grabarnick, will take
|ace. Junior services are at 9 a.m.,
der the direction of Benjamin
ninetzky Kiddush will follow.
lincha is at 5:45 p.m.. with Shalos
lydos concluding the Sabbath ob-
pance. Rabbi Mescheloff will
cuss the Weekly Portion. A daily
Tlure series on Jewish laws and
istoms is given by the Rabbi be-
recn the 6 and 6:30 p.m. service
lily services are also at 7 and 8
IHIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
PWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
111 hold Friday evening services
]B:15 p.m. with Rabbi Harry B.
lunger officiating. His subject
H deal with the Weekly Portion.
Vntor Ben Grossberg will render
^ musical portions of the liturgy.
The Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Newman. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Babbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating. Subject of his
talk is scheduled as: Why Three
Scrolls. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Saturday morning services are
at 10 a.m.. when the Rabbi will in-
terpret the Book of Exodus. Kid-
dush will follow. Cantor Irving
Robinson will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
0
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: Should
Spinoza's Excommunication Be Re-
voked. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will
render the musical .portions of the
liturgy.
*
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Israel Goldiarb.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily services
are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 8:15
p.m. Cantor Philip Brummer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., dedicated to the alumni
of Public School 149 in Brooklyn,
New York. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the choir under
the direction of Miriam Donner-
stag. Harry Katz will bring greet-
ings, and guest speaker is C. Israel
Lutsky. Floral offerings will be by
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Kabbi Shapiro will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Student serv-
ices are at 10:30 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: The Fleeting And The
Permanent In Jewish Life. A class
in Talmud is slated for 4:30 p.m.,
and is also held on Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos,
when Ihe Rabbi will discuss the
Portion of the Zohar. Cantor Na-
.#rPfc^
than Zeichner will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Jun-
ior services are in Academy Hall
at 10 a.m.
*
..J,WRB ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening serviees at 8:15 p.m. RaD-
bi Louis Cassel will officiate and
begin a series of sermons on the
topic: The Cycle Of Life As A Jew.
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Cantor Albert GlanU will render
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim oficiat-
ing. Subject of his discussion is
scheduled as: Strength And Be
Strengthened. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Jonas will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat following in honor of their
newly born granddaughter. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rev. Heim will discuss the
Weekly Portion". Daily services are
in the chapel at 7:30 a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45
p.m., with late services scheduled
JJor 8:15. Rabbi Jtorton Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
subject! Judaism. Past. Present and
Future. Cantor Samuel Salkow will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Saturday rooming services are
at 8:30 a.m. Junior services are at
11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at
8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will be assisted by the Center
Choir. Subject of his sermon is: Ex-
odus In Retrospect. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. D. Dresner
in honor of their son Michaels
birthday. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi
will officiate. Junior services are
at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m.. followed by Maariv and a lec-
ture on the Weekly Portion.

MONTICELLO PARK will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m., with Rabbi Boris Rackovsky
officiating and discussing: Wholly
Holy. Early services are scheduled
for 5:30 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Arie
Becker will officiate and discuss:
What Makes The Leader. A, class in
Bible is slated for 5 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz will be
sponsors.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m., when
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ciate and discuss: A Sanctuary Or
A Meeting Place. At 4:15 p.m., the
Rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m.. followed by a class in Mish-
na. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed
by a class in Jewish laws and cus-
toms. Gemorrah class will be held
on Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m..
with Rabbi Max M. Landman offi-
Groater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Aaudath ItrsslRaobi mar Kvrr, Or-
thodox. Sf. 7si m., Miami Bench.
Both David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
('nwvnlv, 282i SW 3rd Ave..
Miami:
Oath ElDr. Shmaryahu Kwlrskv Or-
thodox. 600 SW 17th Ave., Miami
Bath JacobRabbi Moaea Mescheloff,
Orthodox. 301-311 Wash. Ave., MR
Beth SholomRahbl l.eon Kronlsh.
Liberal. 4144 Chase Ave, MB.
Bath TfllahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky. Orthodox, 935 Kuclld Ave.. Mi-
anil i'.cach.
Coral Qablsa Rabbi Morris Skop, I,il,
eral. :i20 Palermo An.. C. Gables
Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Arvali
Becker, Orthodox, 133 N \V 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Flagler-GranadaReverend Leo Helm,
Conservative, DO MV ilst I'lace,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Uross, Orthodox. 918 8th St.. M.B.
Hialeah.Miami Springs Rabbi Harrv
Bttlncer, <".in ervathe, Ml E. 4th
Ave., Hialeah.
Israelite Center Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, Conservative, 819$ SW
21th Ter.. Miami.
Kneseth Israel--Kabbi Abraham Cas-
sel, Orthodox. 1416 Euclid Ave..
Miami Reach.
Miami Beach Rnlibl Irving Lehrman,
Conmivatlve. I7<1 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew Schso4Rabbi Simon
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park Rabbi Boris Rack-
ovsky, Conservative, 184th Street
and XK nth Avenue, North Miami
Beach.
North Dade Conservative, 13830 W.
Dixie Highway North Miami,
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltz, Conservative. 82u 75th St.
Maiml Beach.
Temple IsraelDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form, 137 NK 19th St., Miami.
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 Tolk St..
Hollywood.
Tifereth Israel Rabbi Louis Cassel,
6500 N. Miami Ave., Miami.
West MiamiItabhi Airred Waxman,
Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
AM., Miami Beach.
Zamora Rabbi Max M, Landman.
Conservative, 41 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables.
Epstein in honor of their son,
Lawrence, who is scheduled to be
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at 9 a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating and discussing: In
Defense Of Religious Liberty. Sat-
urday morning services will be at
10:45 a.m., when Myron, son of
Mrs. Annette Kendall Katzoff, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hoW Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Cohn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stern-
berger will be honored on the oc-
casion of the naming of their new-
born sons. Rabbi David Shapiro
will discuss: The Jewish Home.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portions of the li-
turgy. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Udell in honor of
their sons, Joseph and Johnny. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m. Rev. Mordcchai Haalman will
assist Rabbi Shapiro. Junior serv-
ices are at 10 a.m. Daily services
are at 9 a.m.
ciating. Judaism And Christianity
will be the subject of his sermon.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow, spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mos-
kowitz, in celebration of their 24th
wedding anniversary, ahd Mr. and
Mrs. B. Snetiker, in honor of their
daughter Rene's birthday. Early
evening services will be conducted
by Rev. Rudolt E. Brill at 5:20 p.m.
Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Sat-
urday. The topic of the Rabbi's ser-
mon will be: The Watchtower. Jun-
ior services are at 11 a.m. in the
Maloff Room. Sunday services will
be held at 9 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica will officiate and conduct an
open forum. Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy, with the Junior and
Adult Choirs participating. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Simonhoff to Speak
Harry Simonhoff, Miami attor-
ney, lecturer, author and world
traveler, will be guest speaker at
a meeting of the Coral Gables Zi-
onist District on Thursday evening,
March 11th, 8:15 p.m., at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Simonhoff,
whose recent book published by
the Philosophical Library, Under
Strange Skies, has received wide
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TODAY, MAgg^igJ
American Notables... Abigail Minis: The Jewess of 1780
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Marry Slmonhofl't column, conttllulinq a torlos entitled",
American Notables, It bring published by ihr Jewish florldian
l purl of tht tcrctnfnary celebration of Jtwiib stttlement lit
ftto limit** Sfoftf.-rht tutors.'
The American high command in 177!) decided it was
tinn* to retake Savannah from the British. General Lincoln
.hi Count (IKsIiiimk selected Levl ShefUll and Philip
Minis, ImiHi born in Georgia, to guide the expedition, The
patriots made tin' landing hut needed provisions badly.
The commanders applied to Ahigail Minis. ;i matron past
BOi tor the necessary supplies The keen oM business
woman know the Continental Army to D> it poor credit
riak'i but how coulil slit' tail thi cause of independence ami
In i own Georgia, In Which she had lived Sli years
It tuned out to be a bud deal; the American forces
sintered .i disastrous ilttf.it Not getting paid vv.is small
Worry. Far worse were the resentments of the English,
who had mistaken 11

i it a Tory. The Uritish
decided to prefer charge* thai she was Whig, the open
Measure I n CO i' "'. Philip, a vile rebel
already on the btackU i never hold office under
an) Royal govemor,
riie oM lad) acted with read] decision she and her
five daughters petitioned Governor Wright and the Royal
cil to permit them. Including their Nap wee to leave
Charleston she ahn prayed tot a trustee t>> oversee
hei property and even had the teneritj to request boal
anspoii them with then personal propert) on
oi truce Surprisingly the petition was granted Was II an
acl ''i gracious elemene) Or were the British swayed i>>
cal con Iderations: Georgia wsa squall) divided be-
tween loue- and Whigs, .i-- the patriots called themselves
t< -\ might be bettet gesture For i i I
and possiblj winning over the patriots lhan harsh
>up oi helpless wont I :!> it
at hurl tl cause to have some in the
v camp
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hut she seemed equal to the ta-k
tfed nl the military k
lerican forces The) could i
. not help her Be Mordeci SIm tl might
potaibly be hi Philadelphia, She wrote her old friend to
dig up documents and tile her claim with the National
government, In the mm letter, she luggests <|,;'i he use
the monej should tie secufa any for gooda that might
bring a good return. Her alert mind never missed the op-
portunity to do buatnaaa,
The Matriarch Evolved
Abigail Mini- represents a type by no means rare in
Diaspora Jewry She belongs to the class of matriarchs
evolved In the checkered history of a minority hovering
on the periphery of danger and exile. After the destruc-
tion of the state, the anomalous Jewish position was sum-
med up in the annual Seder of the Passover feast: "in
ex cry generation adversaries rise up to annihilate us; but
the Bleaaad Holy One saves us from their hands."
Physical survival and preservation of Judaism were
the obJeetiVM to which everything else was subordinate.
I he men repudiated all tJcntile values of glory in physical
prowes-. for unarmed pacifism. Newly married women
sacrificed romance and beauty by shearing their locks of
h.ur The ancient spiritual tradition would die out unless
the sensitive could dedicate their lives to its preservation.
The scholarly spool night and day in the study chapels.
The women became the breadwinners.
GlueckeJ oi Hamlin left a fascinating biography of the
Jewish wile, mother and business woman of the 17th cen-
turj Conditions might have tavorad her development.
Yet the ideal tor the Jewish matriarch is poetically de-
lineated m the closing chapter of Proverbs. Central and
I astern Europe saw many "women of valor*' earning tht-
familj support while husbands devoted their lives to the
Torab,
In her Had vear. Abigail demonstrated sturdy char-
when she .iccomp.tmc,| her husband to pioneer in a
in January its:,, Gaa. Ogktborpc had trans-
ported a cargo oi Impoverished Piotaatants to make trash
Fhroa raonthi later. boatload of Jew
i"h settll ,1 In defiance of the trustees In London.
Abraham Minis was BOi compelled to take any desperate
ces Hi was one oi the tew well to do on board. After
hesitation. GO" Oglethorpe permitted the Jewish
rf* tiist deed to real estate in Georgia
is recorded in the name of Abraham Minis. He had the
cash. Later the govemor distributed free plots
the colonists. It would seem that life in London 31
be more comfortable for a young couple with two tm
girls. The following year, Philip Minis was the first E '
pean child born in Georgia.
In 1740 a number of Christians and Jews left Savaaa
It became very difficult to get on without slaves, which
the trustees forbade. But the Minis family stuck it o't
In 1757, Abraham Minis died leaving his horses to three
sons, his cattle to five daughters. The estate and business
went to his capable widow, who increased the farm b
1.000 acres and owned 17 slaves.
An 18th Century Household
In Savannah, Abigail occupied a house of 4 bed chant-
hers, a sitting room, a large kitchen, a business office. The
hall had 10 mahogany chairs resting on a carpet and ru
Looking glasses, abundant,^Iverware and cutlery adorned
the walls. The parlor contained 12 mahogany chairs, can-'
dlesticks, a sofa and card tables'. Tall 4-post bedsteads of
mahogany with a profusion of linen stood in each bed-
room. The kitchen was stocked wifh pots, kettles and
pans of brass, copper, iron and pewter. Gridirons, spits
tonga, flatirons and hooks served the fireplace. An as!
Mirtment of dishes, bottles, measuring cups ami cookinu
utensils were used by the slaves in preparing meals for
the large family and visiting guests.
Her son Philip helped in the business, which took him to
Cuba and Jamaica. He found a wife in Newport. Rhode
Island, in his 41st year, an advanced age for marriage in
Jewish circles of the 18th century. Significantly none
Of his sisters were married until after their mother's
death. Matriarchal authority was evidently dominating.
In 1776. Philip Minis acted as Paymaster and Commissary
General of the Continental troops. He advanced SI 1.000
to the Virginia and North Carolina troops and was lucky
enough to get some of it back. He served as President of
Mikveh Israel and City Warden of Savannah. Abigail
Minis survived her three sons. A matriarch ol classic pro-
portions, she conducted business, ruled the household,
and died in her 96th year.
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late David
White, formerly of 1227 SW 13th
Court, will take place Sunday,
March 7th on the Workmen's Cir-
cle Plot of the Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Mr. White is sur-
vived by his wife Rebecca; a daugh-
ter Mrs Rose Swee of Miami and a
Al White of Massachusetts. Mr.
White was a member of the Work-
men s Circle of Miami. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Fnends and relatives are asked to
attend.
28th Avenue, will take place Sun-
day, March 7th at 3 p.m. at mX4
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloft officiating.
Mr. Berkowitz is survived by hit
wife Rose: two sons. IrvinR and Jer-
ry of Miami Beach; two brothers,
Joe and Phillip of New York and
his mother. Mrs. Mollie Berkowiti
of New York. Arrangement* are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.

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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Annie
SieseL formerly of 1001 Pennsyl-
vania Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. March 7th at 2 p.m. at Mt.
Xebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses
Mexheloff officiating. Mrs. Siecel
is survived by her husband Saan;
two sons. Aaron and Jacob: a
daughter. Mrs Frances Levine and
a brother. Henry Brill Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palaver's
Miaau Monument Company.
Pnends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Goodwill Day to be
Marked Here Tuesday
First annual Goodwill Day of the
Goodwill Group of Greater Miami
will be celebrated with a lunrheoa
land card party on Tui lay, Manht
I 9th. 12:30 p.m.. at Koubek tenter.'
Mrs. Jennie Wilchyk is chahj-
man. Co-chairmen are Mrs BeatSj
Geltner and Mrs. Lillian Shaptoj
| Hostesses for the day will be Mm\
Gertrude Covner. Mrs. Augusta
Grossman. Mrs. Ethel Johnsoa.1
Mrs. Sadie Sachs and Mrs. Etta'
Stotsky
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tWEWYORK!
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to the sapnuj of the late Ranr
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laCAY, MARCH 5,1954
+JelstFk>rldHan
North Miami Beach
TTecord in CM community so-
L'Uon was chalked up at a Pace
5i cocktail party at the home
Iff and Mrs. Louis Wallace in
Isorih Miami Brach.
AccordinR to an announcement
|^hairnu-n of the North Miami
Imr area. Louis Wallace and Ja-
K* Plitt. lift* at ,h0 pace "ett?r*
|t amounted to $1,115. con-
d.ttin an increase of 218 percent
pCgXsin 'lie same area in last
kits campaign.
The North Miami Beach group is
, f (he fieneral Mobilization
(Division ami was established three
years ago.
If Among contributors whose
]pledges were responsible for the
IrMord-breakini" increase were: Mr.
land Mrs. David Augustus, Mr. end
|Mrs. Morris Kassman, Mrs. George
IKlein, Jules Klion, Joseph Ko-
Ijianer. Evelyn Kassman, Issie Le-
Ivinthal. Mrs. Jesse Miller, Hy No-
Ivinsnn. Jacob Plitt, Mr. and Mrs.
ISamuel Pollock. Gerald Schwartz,
IMr and Mrs. Aaron Siegel, Mr. and
I Mrs Louis Wallace and Mr. and
I Mrs Woll.
I Wallace and Plitt stated that the
I unprecedented showing in theii
[community has -parked the en-
Jthusiasm of more than 50 volun-
Iteer workers in the community
(drive who are renewing efforts to
(cover all prospects in the North
(Miami Beach area.
Quota for the General Mobiliza-
tion is S99.10H. almost double the
11953 figure. The CJA raises funds
(to support Greater Miami institu-
tions, many national agencies and
(relief and resettlement programs
in the State of Israel.
|Card Party Sunday
Women's Division of Workmen's
(Circle, No. 692. will hold a card
(party on Sunday evening. March
|7th, 7 p.m., at 25 Washington Ave-
nue. Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
I Mefskv.
[Auxiliary to Elect
Norman Bruce Brown Ladies
Vuxiliary, JWV, will elect officers
at a meeting on March 10th. 8 p.m.,
at the Republican Club. The group
dso plans a card party at the club
Dn March 24th. 8:30 p.m.
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Mrs Louis J Gold (seated, center) organizes a volunteer group
in Surfaide for service in behalf of the CJA Share-Your-Sun-
shine luncheon party at the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Monday. March 15th. Some 2.000 Dade County women are
expected to attend the Luncheon Unlimited combining three
Women s Division functions. Shown seated (left to right) are
the Mesdames Frank Nankin. Gold, vice chairman, and Jack
Crown. Rear row are the Mesdames Martin Bloch, David
Davis, Fred Jonas, Leo Rose. Jr., and Eugene Schwartz
Eaton Spelts to
SucewMl Self
Judge Joe Eaton, a candidate to
succeed himself to Group 10 circuit
court judgeship, has been heard
recently in a series of discussions
on the requirements of the judi-
ciary.
Appointed circuit court judge by
Acting Governor Charley Johns
December 18. 1953. Eaton previous-
ly served as assistant state attor-
ney from January 12, 1853, having
been named to the latter position
by the late Governor Dan McCarty.
As assistant state attorney, Eaton
prosecuted 13 capital cases in less
than a year, obtaining 12 convic-
tions.
A bomber pilot in World War II,
from 1941 to 1945. Eaton was re-
called to the Armed Forces in
1951, leaving the post of assistant
county solicitor. He was on active
duty for 21 months during the
Korean War. He now holds the
rank of major in the reserve Air
Force.
A native of Florida, Eaton was
born in Monticello, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Eaton, both of
whom served as members of the
state railroad and utilities commis
sion.
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Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Prolongation of life will be the
topic of discussion on Saturday af-
ternoon, 3 p.m., at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum on the lawn of the
home of Dr. Abraham 'Wolfson,
11th Street and Ocean Court.
Speakers are Dr. Robert Anderson,
director of Camp Hygiology, Rhein-
beck New York; Dr. Earl N. Kahn,
of Miami Beach; and Dr. Wolfson.
Samuel Rosenbloom will preside.
Savings Bond Figures
H. H. Bassett, Dade Savings Bond
chairman, reported that Savings
Bond sales during January in Dade
County as reported by the Federal
Reserve Bank of Atlanta were
$1,005,510, while sale for the en-
fournier to be Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe will have two
guests on her radio program on
Saturday, March 6th, at 6:30 p.m.,
over station WKAT. Pierre rour-
nier, French cellist, and Harold
Boxer, of the United States Voice
of America, are scheduled. Mr.
Fournier is appearing as guest so-
loist with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra on March 7th
and 8th.
For County Aired
tire state amounted to $5,092,461.
This lacks less than 1 percent of
equalling last January's high which
had been 56 percent above Janu-
ary, 1952.
"National figures for January,"
Bassett said, "were the highest for
the month in seven years and ex-
ceeded 1953 by 10 percent. The re-
demption of unmatured E and H
bonds at the same time were the
lowest in spite of a heavier volume
of maturities as a consequence of
1944s peak of war bond sales."
General Meeting Set
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold a general meeting on Wednes-
day evening, March 10th, at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Swirsky in Talk
Beth Ei Radio Hour, heard over
station WMIE on Friday at 4 p.m.,
will present Dr. Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky in an address entitled, In
Search Of The Bluebird.
Listen To
SCHACHTER'S
New Yiddish Program
Every Sunday, WM8M, 12 to 2 p..
This program is the first and hat tk
largest listening audience
Features the Jewish Philosopher
NORMAN R. LYONS, News
HAROLD TURK, Councilman, and
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Israel Government to Relax
Policy on Immigrant Selection
JERUSALEM (JTA) Policies
governing the selection of immi-
grants to Israel will be relaxed, it
was indicated here after a meeting
between representatives of the
Jewish Agency and the Israel Gov-
ernment held in the Premier's of-
fice. Among other matters, it was
decided that persons who left Is-
rael and now would like to return
will be given another opportunity
to settle in Israel provided they
agree to live and work in an agri-
cultural settlement.
Jordan May Block UN Efforts
For Parley with Jewish State
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
Government sources have express-
ed the belief that Jordan will agree
to accept the invitation of United
Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold to meet representa-
tives of Israel in Jerusalem, but
may at the same time attempt to
stall the conference by blocking
acceptance of a mutually agreeable
agenda. The invitation to an Israel-
Jordan conference, which was ex-
tended by Mr. Hammarskjold to
Israel and Jordan during the week-
end, stipulated that the agenda of
the parley should be decided on
at the conference itself.
Goldmann Urges Zionist,
Non-Zionist Understanding
NEW YORK (JTA) A "clear
understanding" between Zionists
and non-Zionists whereby they
work together as a single body in
all areas of agreement but respect
each other's work and opinion in
areas of dissent, was urged here
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman
of the Jewish Agency executive.
He spoke at a "brunch" arranged
in his honor by the Manhattan Zi-
onist Region of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
demonstrations outside JDC head-
quarters. The DP leaders and the
JDC officials will attempt to reach
a satisfactory settlement of prob-
lems created by the proposed liqui-
dation of Foehrenwald, the last
DP camp for Jews in Germany.
Earlier, from 100 to 200 dis-
gruntled DP's attempted to storm
the JDC offices but were dispersed
by club-swinging German police.
Anti-Semites Proclaim Anti-
Jewish Week in Midwest
MOLINE, ILL. (JTA) Signs
reading "This Place Owned by
Jews" were pasted over some 35
store windows in this city and in
nearby Davenport, Iowa, and Rock
Island, Iowa. The signs were print-
ed in ink on strips of paper which
also bore rubber stamps proclaim-
ing "Anti-Jew Week, February 21st
to 28th." The dates coincide with ] Second Talk Of tOCOl Series
those of Brotherhood Week which
is being observed internationally
last week.
LEGAL MOTICS
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. i^*o
In Re. ESTATE "I'"
CARRIE MAK SMITH. Deceased
To All i'mill""" and All Pimon Hav-
ing Claims "r Demands Against Said
Estate:
an piescnt any
HOAL WQTlCt
notice UNOETT^rTr;
NOTICE .*! LAW*'*"
Or. Ahrmham Mcschtf
Dr. Heschel to Appear in
Development of Negev
Discussed in Sdeh Bolter
TEL AVTV (JTA) A sympo-
sium on the future development of
the Negev was held at Sdeh Boker,
settlement where retired Premier
David Ben-Gurion now lives, un-
der the chairmanship of Mr. Ben-
Gurion. Among the participants in
the discussions were Dov Joseph,
Minister for Development, and
high officials of the government,
Jewish Agency and the Negev De-
velopment Authority.
$2,000,000 Raised in London
At Opening of 1954 Drive
LONDON (JTA) The 1954
campaign of the Joint Palestine
Appeal was launched here last
weekend with initial contributions
of 530.000 pounds ($1,984,000) to-
ward the goal of 2,000,000 pounds.
The half-hour appeal at a banquet
at Grosvenor House which brought
in this sum was led off with a
75.000 pound contribution by Sir
Simon Marks, chairman of the
JPA.
Einstein Says Israel Will
Conquer Difficulties
PRINCETON (JTA) Although
Israel is now facing economic dif-
ficulties, the Jewish State has
come to stay. Professor Albert Ein-
stein declared here, receiving at his
home a delegation of OSE leaders
headed by Abel Shaban of Johan-
nesburg, chairman of the World
OSE Union, who is now visiting
the United States. Prof. Einstein
said he does not intend to visit
Israel, but is watching the growth
of the Jewish State with utmost
interest.
UN Commission on Human
Rights Opens in New York
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Commission on Human Rights be-
gan its tenth session here with the
hope of completing its two cov-
enants on human rights one on
civil and political rights, the other
on economic, social and cultural
rights. The 18 member commission
will take up before it adjourns in
mid-April the report of the Sub-
commission on Prevention of Dis-
crimination and Protection of Mi-
norities and the development of
human rights and freedoms
throughout the world.
Austria Approaches Jewish
Groups to Reopen Talks
VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian
Government, through mediators,
has indirectly approached world
Jewish organizations with propos-
als aimed at reopening negotiations
for settlement of Jewish claims
against Austria, it was learned
here. The negotiations were brok-
en off last autumn when the Aus-
trian Government took the posi-
tion that it could not make any
payment for heirless Jewish prop-
erty.
JDC Officials to Hear Claims
Of Displaced Jews in Munich
MUNICH (JTA) An agreement
for displaced Jews from the Foehr-
enwald camp here to meet with
Moses W. Beckelman, European di-
rector of the Joint Distribution
Committee, and top members of
the JDC staff in Germany, last
weekend ended several days of
Philadelphia Opens Jewish
Settlement Exhibition
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) An ex-
hibition commemorating the ter-
centenary of Jewish settlement in
America was opened here last
weekend at the Historical Society
of Pennsylvania. The exhibition,
which will last a month, is co-
sponsored by the American Jew-
ish Historical Society, which con-
cluded a two-day annual meeting
yesterday at Dropsie College here.
Af Miami Beach Center
Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel. as-
sociate professor of Jewish ethics
and mysticism at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, will
speak on the spirit of Judaism Mon-
day night at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
His talk will be the second lec-
ture-discussion in The Living Book
series which opened this week with
an address by Dr. Moshe Davis. Dr.
Heschel is internationally known
as a scholar, author and lecturer.
His latest book, Man Is Nat Alone,
was published in 1951.
Dr. Heschel is descended from a
long line of chasidic scholars. Born
in Warsaw in 1907, he received his
doctorate from the University of
Berlin. His first major work, Mai-
monides, was published in German,
followed by Die Prophetie which
established his reputation as a
ranking Jewish scholar.
Dr. Davis opened the series be-
fore some 400 persons by saying
"American Judaism has become the
partner of the State of Israel in the
rebuilding of world Judaism. As in
the years to come, the cultivation
of the Holy Land and its spirit will
be the sacred task of the people in
Israel, so will it be the consecrated
duty of American Jewry to nurture
the spirit and practice of Judaism
in America."
LEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
the in.l. rsigm 'I, desiring to engage In
husiii, *- umler the fictitious name of
B. A It. DEPARTMENT STORE, at
12S80 N.W. 7th Ave Miami. Ha., In-
tends to register mild name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ouiua Horlda.
-...-.-I'-IS-m'"1'"" ''KNTKR- C-
Nelson Glueck to Make
Survey of Negev Area
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Nelson
Glueck, archaeologist and presi-
dent of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, whose
preliminary explorations of Is-
rael's Negev desert have disclosed
hundreds of ancient settlements
which once made the desert bloom,
will make the first complete
square-mile by square-mile archae-
ological survey of this area from
Beersheba to the Gulf of Aqaba.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKIIY C.IVEN that
the lindi i sirin il. .I,.. iiing to engage In
rWrV5S-E8der. ,he "etitious name- of
!'A. :' iTTK 'LEASERS, at 11645
N.V.. 17th Ave.. North Miami, intend*
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of iMde Countv.
Florida.
l-12-l-;ii
HARRIET CHARLTON
i Sole Owner)
Joseph Eisner Named Head
Of New York UJA Campaign
NEW YORK (JTA) Joseph
Eisner, a prominent leader in Jew-
ish communal activities, has been
named a general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York's 1954 campaign, it was
announced by the New York UJA
president Monroe Goldwater. He
joins the four general chairmen of
previous years who are continuing
to serve in 1954. They are Samuel
Hausman, Benjamin Lazrus, Jer-
ome I. Udell and Jack D. Weiler.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2977A
RE: ESTATE <>K
YKTTA BDELHTEIN Deceased
NOTiC0lL,0..,,TENT,ON T MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DI8CHARQE
,,,''" '' '"''eichy given that I have
!',' i "!",4 "."*' '","d Petition for
i nal Discharge aa Executrix of the
estate of VKTTA KHKI.STKIN. de-
ce.isea; and that on the 5th (lav of
I-RANK. I DOWUNCL County Judg-
2 :','",'''" C?r. Florida, "for ap-
final discharge as Executrix of the
.ea"e,'i *** EUELSTKIN. de-
This lit day of March, 154
x.sk.u uJfc** ""MOT*
iV.10"""*' 'or Executrix
i 5-u'-"l's'28 R"d' M"m' "**ch' "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW '**"
norid.,rcult Court of Dde <->">>
!/W-{JK,V,*M"' Sole -n"
register raid name with "ik1-"
the Circuit Cou.t of I, 1* l*
Florid*. u*> Co
notified "i'l'i'dTequlrid" tJ'niearnt any LEONARD J. KAUs'ii,'*R"a)Al
clalmx and demands which you, or Attorney for Appi
either of von, mav have against the 2OS0 Dul'ont Hli'.ii
estate of CARRIE MAK .SMITH, de- 2/19-21 S/5-12
.....,.,i mte etl Hade County, Florida,
l Cie Honorable County Judges of
Pane County, and file the game In
their offices in the County Court-
house in Hade County. Hoi Ida, with- the urn l
in .Ight calendar months from the business uudi r the ,{.,',','" "*ttl
date of the first publication hereof. BLUE QRASH \\, ,Tl-, .^JSNl
uo',1 ..luito* or demands to i-ontaln the Una a v..,,,,.. .,_ *l IStB d
iil.lVK H. SMITH.
Aa Admlnlatratrix of the
RataU of
CARRIE MAK SMITH.
I lereaaeil.
MILTON H. ItlcilMONH
Attoiney for olive H. Smith
Room 2(U. I Lln.otn Road Bldg.
J/S-U-JJ-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKttY UIVEN that
the underaigned. rieNlrlng to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
HIl.l i>o HRE8H SHOP, at #1 Lincoln
Itoad. Miami Reach, Hoi Ida. Intenda
to reglater aaid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
Horida.
R)S>: HARRIS, Sola Owner
liKoRC.K J TA1.IANOKK, ESQ.
Attorney for IUie Harris
I/2 I/5-12-IS
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IK IIERERY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IJNKA EXHORT, at Z43a S.W. 21st
Street. Miami. Hade County. Horlda.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
RICHARD HICK
ZDENA PICK
KI'RT WKLLIKCH
Attorney at Law
Attorney for Richard Hick
and Zd.na Hick
1414-17 Congress Ilullding, Miami. Flu
2.2 J/5-12-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN HI.KKr HOME JCICE COM-
PANY, at 424 N.W. 2th Street. Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Horlda.
SCN KLKKT CORI'ORATION
OF FLORIDA
By I>EO NEMEROVSKI,
President
t/24 S/r.-12-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RUN BLEST CORPORATION, at 4
N.W. 2th Street, Miami. Florida. In-
3nds to register said name with the
ark of the Circuit Court of- Dade
County. Hot Ida.
SIN BLEST CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
By LKO NEMEROVSKI.
President
2/2S I/3-12-1J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Itf HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAND DRY CLEANERS A LAUN-
DRY, at 214JO N.W. 1st Court. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Horlda.
HARRY IIERSKOWITZ
I8IDOR HKRSKOWITZ
Sole Owners
MAX SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
22 Seybold Bldg.
2/2H 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t*> engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
GABLES STATIONERS, at 12S Cir-
alda Avenue, Coral Gables. Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Kim Ida,
SOL SCHRKIIIKR
12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GLOBE GREEN STAMPS. GLOBE
8TAMH CO.. INC., at 2732 Bonr-e De
Leon Blvil Coral Gables, Ha.. Intends
to register said name with the Cl.-ik
'' "' Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
?LOBE STAMP CO.. INC.
By: DAVID JACOBBON,
HENRT M. CAIN ITaW.Rt
Attorney for Applicant
NOTICE UNop .
NOTICi: is MEREWfJiria, J
le undersigned, desiring "i> '1
BERICK. sVl^^V'^b0
2/I-2 3/5-12
LEVI
PLUMBING COMPANY
"Established 1924"
j 2141 8.W. 3rd St. CJJ a.Mli
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
ikNOTP.U' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
nm^K ,m,,'J" ,h* fictitious name of
SU1-KRIOR DELICACIES, at 4M
Harding Ave., Rurfslde. Fla., Intenda
, rj"'V-r nU> n,m* wlh > Clerk
Hnilda CUrt f D,", County.
2/2i^lJ/il?i2,-iZl;I'AUr (",e 0Wn*r)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HKRKIIY GIVEN that
t.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
at iM?!?.V.2.der ,h' "' I't'ous name of
-; i-:,iT S STAN"A"I> SERVICE,
*,* h-W. 8th Street. Intenda to
IS /JiL"!!- JM" *"n >*< Clerk of
MorldaT "' '*'" ,,oun,y-
RAYMOND C. ALBRIGHT.
BERNARD R. JA'n.^W,M,r
c/,o,"Kn.VsJr0r*^ar."nt
8s3r--ijfe s,r^t
.N0T,CE xxsi\:j,ctit*
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY HIVEXis.
the undersigned, desiring lu eSil i
business under tne flctni.o.
OCEAN BHORK Motei"" %? '
t olilns Avenue. Miami Hen?]
County. Ha., intenda t r-c"
name with the clerk of t
Court of Dade County, rt
THE PORUIR CURi-uFUfloJJ
BERICK, SHAI'IHn & FRIED*
Attorneys for Applicant)
420 Lincoln Road
2/19-2 /i-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOtaT
NAME LAW
NOTICK is iii:i:i:iiy liivouu
the undersigned desiring Iggagagl
buslnes* uiulei m. flctlti<>ui atav I
TOWER SAI.KS ihMI'AmTii
N.W. 43rd Plaie, Miami. rlonS
tends to legisi. s.,M i ,nl, T|g ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ail
County, Horlda.
-MIRRAY CU0PE
FRANK COHN
Attorney for Tower Sales Coaa
2/1J-2* -*- 3/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtB
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY HIVENL
the undersigned desiring n rrgajt I
buaineaa under the flctituui nja- (
SOUTHERN AHVERTISMO I
ICE. at .'-34 Collins Avenoc
Beach, intends to register aVku
with the Clerk of the i ireuit I
of Dade County. Florida.
MRS. HANNAH 0A
Sole owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
2tt Lincoln Road
2/I2-I9-24 ;;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of Ti
LIVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUftl
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nil
IN RE:
ADOPTION OF
JOSEPH NICHOLAS F1ALAO
NOTICE TO AFPiAR
To: Joseph Balai*
Addrea Unknown
You are hereby notified tlut J
tlon for the Adoption ol JOf
NICHOLAS I1AI.AZS has Met I
and you are required to aery Ml
of your Answer or other rln~^
the Petition for Ailoptbin on I
r'a attorney. HIKIJ)nT K.
CHL'K, 703 Se>bold Ituilding.
32, Horlda. and file the origin*.
wer or Pleading in the ""'
(Terk of the Cli.-uii Court la 1*1
Dade County, Hoi Ida. on or r-
the I5th day of March, 1M-
DATED this ith day ot
"" K v. 1.KATHERJU)
Clerk of i he Clmilt
By M. <' URKCJ,
(Seal) in pun Lierx
SHELDON N. LE1.0HLK, ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
2/12-IP-M 3/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIMJJ
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ""
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. N0.I
SAM 8AHOKH. Plaintiff,
BECKY SAl'i >t F I ''n^i.'-
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Becky Sajsiff
,-.2i Bristol btreel
Brooklyn. New > .
You arc herel.v ""',,"d.,lli
of Complaint U ly""' .%
filed against you. ,".1 >''"'" j
ed to serve a ropy "> "Vra"'
other pleading to the Hill oMj"
on Hlalnttff's ait-- "' *",
I.KLCHCK. 703 .- l"f ''".ft.
Hml 32. Florida. "'' fll',h. ntSl
Answer or pleadim,- In '"Bd
the Clerk of Ih. I !' Vn'|rsj
for Daih Couaty. \rld. <*W
the 15th day ol M.n.h ''J]
wise, the Blleiratloiis "^'B,C001
Complaint will be laken as
h>DATKD this 5th day '
"54- E. B. I-EATffl
Clerk of the i"V--,
By M '" 'iKfc^vjM
OmAWS X l-KU-HI h. EMlj
Attorney for Plaintiff
2yi2-19-2 a/s
NOTICE UNDER FJCTIT- ^
NOTICE IS H^KnTOig
the undersJaned. de-)""?,*
business under the fi.it"" _SJ
-THE OWEN CO. i loj
Avenue. Miami. Ha-, /"''o^rk i
ter aaid name 7'ftJ^untM
Circuit Court of Dd* ^-"^ %
'** HANK J. C{:\l?.fl
MYERS. HE1MAN j KAl"
Attorneya for AppI-""
50 Seybold Rldg.
I/12-l>-2 I/___________
NOTICE UNOERFICTIT.0*!
NAME LAW ....pyjSl
NOTICE UlHW^gll
the undersigned. ^MioV?
business under the f' ^eSJ
HAMPSHIRE AIAIJV
ami Beach. Oerlda. Inten
said name with the >lie"
cult Court of, P-*
MIR1AN.
WILLIAM I. RRKNN'1-
Attorney for Hartl"
2/12-l-2 3/->
IRLAM >f;!,w .


DAY, MARCH 5, 1954
LEGAL N0TIC1
-JewistrhridUan
PAGE Jl B
".-, i\'kT-' Defendant
*--for divorce
JPUl,,,l Avenue.
...if led that
Divorce ha
C.'iWui"'
j jjilrnd >
a Bill
been
anH v..u arc requlr-
,.,, ,i ,,f your Apswcr "'
H"*".* ,..Bill of Complaint *>
, K VI'I.AN, SeyhoM
Inm',. i.Thia. nd file the
J',ln,'i,.-. Heading l" "'"
Sff A the Circuit Cowl
""if ', in.' --mi day of March.
.'".,!. fill I" 'I" "" JU"Km"nl ,hv
:'.,!'I. i; K.k.-n again."1 >.?'!,,or.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERHHY (1IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage \n
business under the fiitilious name ,.'
1'ASII-N-i-llll, I -.;* w. 42nd
Miami Beach, Hoi Ida. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad-
County, Florida
HUTU ROGERS
2/12-l-2 l/S
fault "HI '"
"relief den
in the Hill of
SfiTaoUrf fha'1 '"' put"''*""1 "n^e
mis.-, utlve we
KWHrPUORU
|6th day
r.J.vV \ll ORDERED at Miami,
mow a-V',...,,, ,,.w f tttmiary,
Inrlto, this
1 E n I.BATHKBMAM.
rierk. Circuit Cpurt.j
liaile Coiinly, rWina.
iJv'AI C, UREBN,
i* pahi-'i k.-h1. Pemitv CicrK.
.I"i:''-;;;:i!,fM.aml. Florid*.
Fl-t4 8/3-12________________j
File 51429
Ivnile* Is h-i-l'V given that Jules
Urt2n\..H. :vf,;.v of Miami Tax
.Certificate Numbered TjJ, dated
_, Hh dsy of June, AH. UK, has
led sain Certificaie in my office, and
TisBisu- at>pllwtlon for tax deed to
Sereon In a. ....-dance with law.
"id Certificate embraces the follow-
er desriil,cd property, situated In
lade Count), Florida, to-wlti
UM 1 Less Went 1, feet, Hloek
1 Clavton Height" I'lal Hook 21,
I Tags If, in i '">' Miami,
County of I' '' Ktate of Horlda.
TheMsessmn I ol wild property un-
the Certlfii ln ,he
smc of I'nknown Cnless said Cer-
. in, ,1 accorillng
law tax deed "ill Issue thereon
tho I'"
let day of February.
**' r, H I.I-". MHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
[>ade nt> I'lorlda
B> S C STERRETT, D.C.
hittiH Court .
1 :i j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, demlnng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADVERTISING! It K N C II ): s COM-
PANY, al fili S. W. 2nd Avenue, Ml-
ami. Horlda, Inlendx to rcgist.
MM with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad,- County, Florida.
Ill's BENCHES, INC.,
a Florida Corporationsole owner
I'M.LOT, SILVER A, Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Own, i
701 Congress Hldg.. Miami. Fla.
2/12-I-2 S/3
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,WNOTICE ity ii'd. desiring to engage In
, "''"' Mia name of
FLOH1DAMOTORS, a, ML'.", N W. ;p,,h
M iit'-ii.I lo leglater
wild Mne with th- ci.ik of the Clr-
cult Court of l)M,i,. County, I'lorlda.
SAMI hi. I. KAV
KOVNER Htiffii&SF1*
Attorneys ,,,, Florida Motors
111-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
* NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREMV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name- of
MIAMI LOCK', MIAMI UK'K A KEY,
MIAMI la "K \ DOOR, at IST'I B W.
sth street, Intends to register said
name with the Oterk of the Circuit
Court of Hade Cmnm. Horlda ...
MACHICK DANN,"Sole Ownst-". ROSE
MONROE DIXON 17 AJ
Attorney for Applicant
a,., Olympia Hldg.
2/19-26 l/t-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HERKhY <;iVKN that
o., ,:I1..| .temping to engage In
bualnem under the fictitious name ol
FLORIDA MOTOR SALES, at H25
VW Mtn Si Miami, Florida. In-
'?. l" "'gister snld name with the
Llerk of ih, Circuit Court of Uade
i oonty, Florida.
BAMUEL L. KAY
JA'IK R WEI N
KOVNER man :iikimKit
Attornes for Ho-Ida Motor Sales
i -26
LEGAL NOT4CE
LEGAL NOTICE
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKF.Uy fHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bustnesa under the flctitloua name of
THE KECORI ', al No 1054 N.10. 1'ilst
Terrace, North Miami Reach. Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk ,,r ih.: Circuit Court of Hade
county, Florida
N. D. P., INC.
2/2 3/r.-12-19
... NOTICE B> PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J'JDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA lf\ AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166408
HARRY I'm PER, Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSE COO -BR, Defendant
SU T FOR DIVORCE
'. ROSE cooper '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME'LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' ttfiM
the undersigned, desiring.to engage iA'
business under the fli-tillnfni name or
ACCIRATE Bl'SlN'KSS MACHINES-
CO., at 1220 Blacayne Blvd.. intends
to register said name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON RIPERMAN
Sole Owner
2/12-19-28 3/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A.D.C. HOME IMPROVEMENT Co
(Not In, ). at Till Seybold Bldg., Mi-
ami, Kill., intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
2/12-19-26 3/.'i
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 166196
|l 8 HICK8, also known as
IERBRRT S. HICKS and FLORA
. HICKS, hid wife, and
|AMI)'EL UARBL1CK, Plaintiffs,
m. KE8SLER, wife of
l0tl8 Ki:s.-I.).l:. if living and
ler unknown h< I", del Iseedt
K-atees or g^Dtees, if (lend, and
111 iwisens elaimini! any eatate, -
Hght. title or interest in. or Hen
|t "ii the aj DAjpcrW .herein i
ncribed w any j^rl there!"
Ihrough or under KB,
V:t, of LOUIS KKSSLKR.
L, Heferidatits..,.
[HB8TATK OP KI.ORinA, TO:
The above named I > fendants and
111 persons claiming any estate,
tlbt, title or mi, rest In. or lien
pnn. the real property herein de-
Jn-lbed, r,r any part thereof,
Befrndaata, lireetings:
Tou are hereby notified that a pro-
leedinit to remove a cloud on title haa
li-on brought In the circuit court for
PARE county, Horlda. against the
Ihove named iKfendunts. and all per-
Vina claiming any estate, right, title
?r interest ln, or Hen upon, the fol-
fwlng dem nbed real property, situate
|n I Alih county, Horlda. to wit:
Lot" 11, A ifonietlmes described
I^its 12 and 13), 14. 1', and 16
according to the plat thereof re-
rorded In Plat Hook 19 at page
,3 being a resubdlvislo* of la.ts
'*, 19 44 and is, lllock 3 of first
amended plat f \\ iniergardens,
"recorded In Plat It.,ok S. Page
M of the Public Record! of Dade
I ounty, n
Wki'k" ?**. '" 'l,v requireil to file
on the clerk ,.r said court vour writs
I i.....ceding- oa
I '" '- the I7i i day of March 19S4.
'"ur in'', ,|1" Wl,n ald '',|'k
II nf <" '"
MillM comptaji the times prewrib-
I ettlng up the es-
,n'n. """.""..... interest In, or
fy 3alm.l|hV '.....'-"Hod pVop-
" lid. "''" r-'" "'"
,/l.':;:,' : *ered against
V,'N! nd the seal of
r.Vrid? ,i "' .Ml"il, Dade County,
\&[. lhla "' -l-'V of Fel,iuar>:
': B. U:\T1IEP.MAN.
kof ,|,e above atyled court
"i M U HTOCKINO,
'J-19-26 Sf" *
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, ELORIOA
No. 27852-B
.RE: ESTATE of
I'AI'H CHANTON, IVccased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHAROE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition foi
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of PAt'l, CHANTON. deceased:
and that on the Sth day of Match.
19i4, 1 will apply to the Honorable
Countv Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
. moot si.
Maiden, Mass.
You are beret)) notified thnt a Bill
of Comr/ialnt for Divorce has been fll-
d agal/ist you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer Of
I'leadlng to the Rill of Complaint on
Hie plaintiff's Attorney, WILLIAM II
HAMILTON. 2.1? Civic Hldg. Miami.
Flf,i't*uil..eip'flll-the original Answer
or PWaillng In the of fly, mI the clerk
or Thi* Circuit Court on or before the
Mtn day of March, 19S4. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice-shall be nubilshed once
each week for four cnnseiTitlve weeks
In THE .ikwisii Fi.MHiOiAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of February,
A.D. 1N4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Ch-eull Court.
Hade County, Florid I
Bj WM. W. STOCKING,
(Circuit Court S ill I >eputy Clerk
WILLIAM II. HAMILTON
Utoi nej for Pl.vjntlff
J 11-26 S/S-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OlHCUlT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO-TORi'DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY; N6.1MWB
HBLENE ROSENBATM, Plaintiff,'
11.
MORRIS ROSENBAl'M, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MORRIS ROSENBAUM
Residence unknown
You, MORRIS ROSENBAUM, are
hereb) notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for invoice has been filed
' you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead'
ing to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. OEOROE
CI'KRl'Kor. liiiT-ll olympia Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 26th day of March. 19S4.
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint
This notice shall ibe published OOCe
each week for four, consecutive weeks
in THE .IKWISII FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of February,
A.D. 1904.
E. I!. l.KATHKltMAN,
i lei k. cHieuit i 'ourt.
Hade County. Florida
Bj WJttJW. STOCK INC,
I Circuit Court SealV Deputy Clerk
rjBOROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Plaintiff
607-11 Olympia Building, Miami, Fla.
2/26 I/6-J2-1S
deceased.
Thin Sth day of Hetoriau-y. HI '
ROSA CHANTON JAIDJ^S
M-YKRB. 11KIMAX A KAPLAN '
Attorneys for Executrix
2/12-19-26 /5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166462
GERTRUDE Kl.l.-ll. Plaintiff,
MAX KI.ISH. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: MAX KI.ISH
4J Fall view
Bergenfleld, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, KKSST.KR A
OARS. 1782 W. Flagler Street. Miami.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA AI'TO .SALES, at 142.1
N W 16th St.. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerh
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMI'IT. L. KAY
JACK It WHIN
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Florida Auto Sales
1/5-11
and for final diacharkoas .Bx.mi.rl,,. ^^,U,VI}\S%\i^^ig}SUlnit'cZSL
M. Die E-te I-AITD CWA^jftj!.aS^SWJ&tlR
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. STOCKINO.
Oeputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166277
T. C. PRELL, Plaintiff.
ve.
FLORENCE B, FRELL. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: rLORENCE B. KRELI.
C/o Irving Elsenman fc.q.
11 \V. Washington St.
Chicago 2. Illinois ..__,__
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that suit for divorce has been filed
against you ln the above styled t ourt.
and you are hereby required to file
copy of your Answer to the Complaint
for Divorce filed against you on the
Plaintiff's Attorneys. BISHOP AND
CRIMI. 416 Hlalc.ih Drive, Hlaleah,
Florida, anil file the original said Ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
styled Court, on or before the
12th rfav of March, 1954, otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you. -_,
Dated at Miami. Dade rtmnty, Flor-
ida, this Sth dav of February. 19;L
i: r. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County. Florida
By WM W STOCKINO
1 leputy Clerk
2/12-19-26 3/5
$**
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166714
JULIUS FREKMAN, Plaintiff.
LUV1NA FREEMAN. 1: h-f.^dant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LIVINA FREEMAN.
Rsaldence '.'nknown
You are hereto) notified that a Bill
qf Complaint for Dlroroe baa be-ii filed
against you. and you are reqm
,,,ur Answer or Plead-
., Ih-il*i'*lu l/'tmu''rail
. jiingmehV hv dcYaulr.V'i'Lh*
boalien ajgalrrrti'SoW'toritW. r*ef ,1, -
manded In tne Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th day of February,
A.D. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKINO.
Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
2/I9-U6 3/3-12 _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166369
EVE O'NEILL, Plaintiff.
HUGH O'NEILL Defenditnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Hl'tlH O'NEILL
1320 Thlerlot Avenue
New York. New York.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
haa been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are here-
in required to serve a copy of your
Anew i to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the
original in the office of the Hoik of
the Circuit Court on or before the 19th
rial of March, 1954, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
This notice shall be published onre
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH HXJRIDIAN.
|,.ii,d al Miami. Florida, this 1-th
daj of l'cl,ma rv. 1.134. _____
* K 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court __
By: WM W sTocKINO.
I >eputy Clerk
FILER *, MULLOT
for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desliing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TELE-COLOR BTUDIOS OF MIAMI.
at 424 N.W. 2*th Street. Miami. Klor-
ida. intend to register said name with
the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Flo
TONY E. LoPRKSTl and
MK1.VIN II AM.Kit,
a partnership.
2/26 3/3-12-111

the
ing tn the'Bill of Complaint -
plaintiff's Attorney, BEN kssi.-N. k..
Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the _1 "lo, k of he ;
curl court on or before the 29th ua>
,.f March, 1954. If you fail t" '"'f'
lodgment by default l '" "M"
against you for the relief demanded In
te^ifcD.iMjJJ*
Ho.Ida. this 21th day of lebrual).
A" 1!';'4' E P l.i:.\TllEKM\N.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad,
(Circuit Court Sea!) DoPUt) I lertt.
BEN l'.SSKN
Attorney for Plaintiff
.21 Scyi.old Bldg.; Miami. Florida
1/26 a/3-12-19
PAfJ.OT.
7o\WCongress-'BuildrngV Miami, Florida
2/19-26 S/5-12 __________^
INXOUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30339B
RE: ESTATE OF
IT IZAHETH Ml'RAIt. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
h ive filed on. final icpott and petition
for Final nieebnrge as ''..-execiitoi s
Of the estate of K 1.1 V. A 1II Tl M I I1A K
ed: and that on the 7th
\,,ril it'M. will apply to tl H
able FRANK now UNO County
l,U;,. ,,t Dade County. Florida for
approval "f said final reports and for
final discharge as ro-i "f the
U1ETII M1RAR. de-
26th d i;
ISA DOR FINE
ELSIE M. KINNEf
MILTON A. IP.lini.M VN ,
AMornev for C.i-ecntors
I ',-I2-19-26_______________^_
notice under fictitious
Name law
NiiTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.tb.e-U.n.iU.raigJitd. desiring to engage in
nnJmrt.s'AiiirfeOHe fictitious name of
ftKJUtoRI-.. STICDIO. at 738 41s
ytJicL MUirm Beach. Florida, intend
ih fegrster said name with the clerk
of the Clrctitf' Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ARTHIR DEQUTZ
E8TBLLE DEUL'TZ
OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF
Attorney for Petitioners
2/26 3/3-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. CASE No. 166201
JAMES L. DOHERTY and IRENE
M. DOHERTY, his wife. Plaintiffs.
vs.
All persons claiming any estate,
r'ght, title or interest In, or
lien upon, the real prqperty
herein described, or any part
thereof, ivfendante
AMENDED SUMMONS
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: All persons claiming any estate.
right, title, or interest In, or
Hen upon, the real property
herein described, or any part
thereof,
Defendants, Greetings:
You are hi rb) notified that a pro-
r.edim; to Uulet Title has I,ecu
brought In the f'iiciiit Court .for Dade
c.iuntv. hioiida. against all persons
claiming any .stale, right, title or
t In, or lien upon the following
described real property, situate In
County, Florida, t., wit:
Lots :M and 1Z. according to the
am. nd. ,l plat of City Line Park,
as recorded in Plat Book 10,
Page 13, Public Records of Dade
County, Florida
and vim are her, hv required to file
wiih the Clerk of said Court your Writ-
ten aid" a i oe personally, or by at-
iersan In said proceeding, on or bs-
for, tho 30th da\ .i March, l54, and
thereafter t<, file with said elerk your
written defenses, if any, to the Pill
ot c.mplaint at the times prescribed
by LAW, thctein setting uii the estate,
right, title, or interest in, or Hen upon.
the ahoi......scribed property claimed
Herein fall not. or Judgment
will he entered agali)st you by De-
WITNKSS mv hand and seal of said
court at Miami. Hade Count>
Ida, this 16th flay of February, l'.t4.
tTHERMAN,
as Clerk of above stylwl court
\l W. STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
i .-i:t -.-al)
5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVWV fii. t
the undersigned, desiring to eiufaa,i-lii
business under the fictitious nanL
\o BENCHES CO., al Hi.', s. \v. -2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name v Ith the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Ill S BENCHES. INC.,
a Florida Corporationsole owner
PALI/IT. SILVER A. MIT.I.OY
SI^e^B^Mtarflri^a.
, -f^Uiim ifio r:rnA :r>'-----"
4N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166537
BESSIE MAE POPE, JR.. Plaintiff
vs
LOYH CLINTON POPE, .IR ,
i ictendi ot
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Lord Clinton Pope, i.
S. oakwood Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan
You a,., hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a efi>\ ,,f >our Answer
or Pleading to the Bill ,,f Con
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, KKS-
SI.Ki: OARS, 17*1 W. Flagler st .
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 22nd day of March, 1954.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
Done and Ordered at Miami. Mo- la,
this I7th day of February. 1934.
FJ B LEATHERMAN'.
Clerk, circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
I H-puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/19-26 3/3-111
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166503
FANNIE FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES Hti::i>MAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN
e 'o Mrs. Ida Friedman
407 E 98th. Street
Brooklyn 11, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFTED
that a Bill of Complaint for Dfvo
has been filed against you iii 'be above
entitled cause anil you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the nnc-
inal in the olfice of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2
day of March. 1954. otherwise a De-
.1,. Pro Confesso will be entered
11 -u.
This notice shall lie published once
cull week for four consecutive w,-eks
in THE .IKWISII PLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l.tlt
da v of Kebruai *.. 1954
' K P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
B) VVM w BTOCKINO.
Depute Clerk
SILVER .-. ML'LLOY
for Plaintiff
701 Congress Building. Miami, Florida
2/19-26 1/5-11
PA I.LOT.
Attorneys
RTNCOMETAX *
J. E. MARQUA
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART phone ? -ox*
Of
PREPARED
CORRECTLY
BY
n t s-m.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAM KITINS MODERN MAS-
SAGE, at Mtl N.B. 2nd Ave.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'y,
Florida
WILLIAM KLHN, Sole Owner
2/19-24 3/5-12
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29489 B
RE: ESTATE OF
KATHEItINK FERDA. Deceasel
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I l-.iv-
filed mv final report and petition for
Flnal Discharge as Executor of the
estate of EATHERINE FERDA. de-
ceased; and that on the 22nd day of
Mar, h, IM4, will apply to the Honor-
nil,. I HANK P. IniWI.lNO, County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge al E\o. -utoi of the
Estate of EATHERINE FERDA. de-
ceased. ._ ,
This 17th day of l-'.ln uai y. 19.. I
I M tURICE FERDA, Exec J tor
MAX R. SILVER
tttornei for Executor
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PAGE 12 B
fcwf Dr. Goidfarb
To Speak Here
Dr. Israel Goidfarb, now vaca-
tioning with Mrs. Goidfarb at the
home of their children, Rabbi and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, will be guest
speaker on Friday night at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Dr. Goidfarb, who has held the
pulpit of Congregation Beth Israel
Anshe E&neth of Brooklyn for close j
to 5fl years, is composer of Sholem '
Aleicheni, which is suns through-
out the world. He has also written
many song books including, Friday
Evening Melodies, Jewish Songster
and Song And Praise For Sabbath
Eve.
Several years ago, the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
conferred upon him an honorary
doctorate degree "in recognition of
his services to the Jewish commu-
nity."
-gg^MABf^j
Pictured above (left to right) are Mrs. Howard Feldman, Mrs.
Joseph Abelow, Mrs. Aaron Fan and Mrs. Jeanette Good,
members of the office vohinteeT corps for Mount Sinai Ho-
pital's fourth annual aU star Jubilee at Miami Beach Audi-
torium Thursday evening. _______ _
SEND YOUR BOY OR
CIRL TO A TOP
JEWISH CAMW
HHM tMT 0.
*T0MKE
MOMUMStfT
Pelle Opposes
Mastership System
"Justice," said Michael A. Pelle,
Miami attorney, "should be free
and in no case should it be sold,
denied or delay-
ed."
Advocating the
abolition of the
mastership sys-
tem, Pelle, a can-
didate for the
Circuit Court
Court Judgeship,
Group One, this
week admitted it I
will be the key I
issue of his cam- Ptllt
paign.
"A special master," Pelle ex-
plained," is a lawyer appointed to
do the work of a judge, but paid
by the litigants rather than the
county. The fees are imposed
mainly in cases involving property
disputes or domestic problems.
"Both the plaintiff and the de-
fendant," Pelle added, "are depriv-
ed of their constitutional right to
have a hearing before their duly-
elected Circuit Judge, which right
is guaranteed to them by our state
constitution.
"The cost of litigation when a
special master is appointed makes
such litigation prohibitive to the
average citizen. That is why I dis-
approve of the mastership system."
Pelle, a native of Brooklyn, New
York, has been a practicing attor-
ney since 1949, coming to Miami
the same year. His family has re-
sided here since 1947.
He is a member of both the Flor-
ida and New York Bars and is as-
sociated with Daniel L. Ginsberg
in a general law practice in Miami.
Pelle is a veteran of World War
II and holds memberships in the
Dade County Bar Association, Flor-
ida Bar Association. American Bar
Association, Elks Lodge 948 Mi-
ami, Italian-American Club, Phi
Delta Phi legal fraternity and the
Judge Advocates Association.
He is married to the former Mil-
licent Brass, also a member of the
Florida and New York Bars, and
a former investigator for the Dis-
trict Attorney's office in Brooklyn.
She is associated with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The couple have a three-and-a-
half-month old daughter and reside
at 7926 East Drive, North Bay Vil-
lage.
Book Review Scheduled
Not As A Stranger, by Morton
Thompson, will be discussed at the
next meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah on Tuesday.
March 9th. 1:30 p.m., at Temple
Beth Sholom. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
is book reviewer, with Mrs. Morris
Alpert acting as coordinator. The
function is part of the book review
series sponsored by Hadassah here.
; Baby Clothes for Israel
Menorah Group of Hadassah will
hold its baby shower meeting at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center on
Monday, 1:15 p.m. The featured
speaker will bp Seymour Samet.
Members will present a skit en-
titledajaiessed Event,'' in keeping
with Hk'occasion on whjfch mem-
bers are asked to contriboW baby
clothes to be sent to Israel.
_ win C
fOU WHK CAM*
nuioos c#f< _
Thrte HviUrei Acres .1 iae-\/
tifal Mouattm Ceaatry with v
Niettj-Six Aert Sarhf^ti Prl-
vatt takt In CmNT
H.alHiful, stiatalatiea physical
ana mmtal activity hi a
pleasant Jawlth fnasaurs -
DIETARY LAWS OMEIVED
MRS. MA KOMttA*
Osvear ami Mracfar
aExatrmtca. Ht ftractwra ataj
rmatien 1M TMN Aai*,
Narth, Nashville, Taeaassae.
Miami. FtrWVuHKHMitativt:
MRS. EKNEST CHBJINOFF
1S01 S.W. 23rd Ava., Ph. 4-U5
Ml
WAIM.*,..,^
'.loirs* *""
Sat* a^
Aatar Intm, An, uA r,^;
Paechtf
texitia
Atfcletks
TsMb
. Arthary
MUftary
'Uhia,
Trial Oat
"Vm Back
UM Music School Slates Programs for WVCG
University of Miami School of
Music, continuing its noon pro-
grams over station WVCG, this
week announced its schedule for
March-8lh through 15th.
MdaflajU of M Orchestra re-
corded; Tuesday Dominique de
Lerma. a music lecture with re-
corded illustrations; We
Arturo di Filippi. the open j
vatore; ThursdayRene
a program of contemporary
with a student group; and I
Edward Clark in a dis
life and work of Johannes I
Leaders are Feted
Rabbi Morris Blar, director of
community relations and extension
activities at the Hebrew Theolog-
ical College of Chicago, and Dr.
Louis Lehrfield, president of the
Chicago Rabbinical Council, were
honored Thursday evening at the
Blackstone Hotel. Chairman of the
tribute was Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
sky, spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Beth El and director of the
Beth El Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Swirsky is an alumnus of Hebrew
Theological College which has or-
dained some 300 spiritual leaders
serving congregations in the Amer-
icas and Canada.
Mrs. Meyers to Speak
Election of officers of its newly
formed Parent-Teacher's Associa-
tion will be held at Monticello Park
Jewish Center on March 8th, 8:30
p.m. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Miami Beach attorney and noted
civic worker, will be guest speaker.
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PAGE 2 A &f L~ui,nr>r*fiar7 FRIDAY, MARCH s Delegates Arrive for Hadassah Dinner; Mrs. Sharp, Dr. Hirsh Will Appear Here Scores of delegates from Hadas-1 European director with her hussah chapters and groups through-1 hand, the Rev W. H. Sharp. Of the out the United States began arriv-1 Unitarian Sfervice Commute.' In 1945. she was director of the UnitarianService Committee tor the Iberian Peninsula. She has made five trips to Israel and is a co-founder of Children t" Palestine, Inc. which since 1943 hat raised funds for the rescue of Jewish children, under the leading here this week for the Midway Dinner of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, scheduled in Miami Beach on Sunday night, March 14th. "Announcement that Senator Estes Kefauver and Mrs. Moses P. Epstein will be among our distinguished speakers has heighten-; ership of Catholics. Protestants and ed interest greatly." Mrs. Louis .Jews. Goldman, co-chairman of the func-1 Dr. Joseph Hirsh, author, education, said. She reported that sevtor and public health administraeral hundred out-of-town members tor, will join Mrs. Sharp this week of Hadassah will be in South Florj in the pre-dinner conferences. He ida at the time of the dinner, and j will be one of the guests of honor that "a true nationwide flavor will at the function, be given to this significant affair. | p or tnc pas t jg years, he has the beginning of our second-half, ^p en gaged in international and drive to insure the completion of domestic public health, medical Hialeah Group Sees Film A musical recording, The Eternal Light, and a film strip on the Purim holiday was the program for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the HiaIcili Miami Springs Jewish Center meeting Tuesday, night. NO SALT CANTOR TEACHER Well trained Bantc voice. perf<- musician, choir director, well verted in icion.a ne To.an. irjinju teacuc. wishes to change poaition. Conservative, beat references Phone 48-4181. or write Rabbi C, Box 2973. Miami 18. Or. Jeiea* Mirsfc the medical center in Israel." Mrs. Martha Sharp, former special assistant to the chairman of the National Security Resources Board, arrived here Sunday to begin a series with national and 10and medical education work. Beginning in 1937. he pioneered stud ies in medical economic and costs of medical care, the findings of which were incorporated in the formulations of the National Health REFINED GENTLEMAN 65 Wishes te meet some type lody, approximately same aje. Mr. A., Box 2973, Miami 18. WANTED Lithograph Printing Salesman with following. Commission basis. LITHO-ARTS, INC. 10 S.W. 14th Ave>., Phono 82-9849 • but what flavor, cal leaders of the dinner, includj Conference of 1937 ing Mrs. Milton Sirkin. co-chair-1 From 1937 to 1941. he pioneered man. I in developing coursem medical Mrs. Sharp reported-on her latest H ( nomics am | medical sociology visit to Israel, made last year when jn(| WM Vlsi|ins and j,„ 0> lecturer she inspected the site of the medi-| i n a numbor of coTJegei and unical center, to a meeting at the versities tbmighout the country on TuesRefined Middle-Aged Couple want to share their beautiful homo with working couple, very close to Temple and shopping. Very reasonable. 1232 S.W. 17th Terrace. Grossinger-Pancoasl Hote day night. She will sneak to a combined n these subjects. From 1939 to 1942. he served a comomea njl(1(| Sl lt( „ governmental agenmeeting of the IsraeU and Hanna ( 1(|< in M m ,„. professional and ad ministrative capacities — United sch Groups of Hadassah on Monday March Bth, l p.m., at the Empn -Hoti I Mrs. Harry Kapl.ind an l Mrs William Feuer. preslof the two groups, said that jest crowds in local Hadassah historj is expected to hear Mrs. Sharp. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink, chairman of the chapter's American AJ fain Committee, will give %  report to the joint session. A Purim Party will be co-featured with the show\ lon States Public Health Service as health educator and medical • United States Office ol Edu ahealth educator. United Public Work Reserve as pro gram planning analyst in health and welfare and assistant to the national director, and finally, U director of Post-WarPlanning for the Office ot Government Reports and the Office of War InformaROOM & BOARD Kosher style food. Nice private home, television, garden. Low rates. Phone £2-6082. for NEW FILTERS for year AIR CONDITIONER CALL 'PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL' 82-8038 T.V. SERVICE No Charge For Call Sights, Munilaya, Holiday! is'il T V, 1'hone < -i v f ing of the film. Make Wise Your Heart. Mrs. Goldman will introduce Mrs. Sharp. Mrs. Sharp has held many important posts in relief work, including the position of co-director of American Relief for Czechoslovakia in 1939. She later was coDuring the war. he served in Latin America, developing health and welfare programs in connection with the State Department's Office of Inter American Affairs and in Africa, the Middle East and the Mediterranean parts of Eurooe, as Chief of Preventive Medicine for the Twelfth Air Force in Italy. At the end of the war. he assisted Generals Bradley and Hawley in the reorganization of the medical services of the Veterans Administration as director of Medical Administration in New York State. In 1946. he embarked upon work in the field of alcoholism in which he has since become a recognized leader. From 1949 to the present, Dr. Hirsch has served as Executive Secretary of the Medical Advisocy Board of the Hebrew UniversityHadassah Medical School. In this capacity he has made several trips to Israel and has actively participated in the planning and development of the Medical School and Medical Center in J-rusalem. IMMKIH \TK TV SKKV1CK DAILY, Kl NDAYH. 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> AY, MARCH 5, 1954 a 'Jenlsfin^**^ PAGE 7B [ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY IIBREW ACADEMY will hold •rid* evening service* at 6 p.m. %  lurday morning services are at 0 I* Rabbi Louis J. Lehrfield will W r llie sermon on tne to P' c: fc Impressions On My Visit To k Hebrew Academy. Mincha is at fa p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu%  Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. 11:15 pm • • M IAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND NOREGATION will hold Friday ening services at 8:15 p.m. Memn of (he Men's Club will conict the service. Edward L. Beck, president, will speak. An Oneg bbat is .scheduled to follow. .tiirday morning services are at 30 a.m.. when Kabbi Simon April II officiate and discuss: Sabbath Ind Shkolim. Cantor Berele Kele*r will render the musical porns of the liturgy. Daily serviees at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAI0N will hold Friday evening rvices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday jorning services are at 8:30 a.m., 1th Cantor Abraham Seif official ig. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m. followed Shalos Seudos. Daily services eat 8a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION ill hold Friday evening services 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Pincus Briskpan, member of the faculty of feshiva Torah Vadath. will be tics! speaker. Subject of his disbssion is: Our Youth. Rabbi Moses lescheloff will officiate. Cantor aron Weingarten will render the usical portions of the liturgy. Bturday morning services are at i a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of I'.iart. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli eder. and Philip, son of Mr. and Irs. Joseph Grabarnick, will take |ace. Junior services are at 9 a.m., der the direction of Benjamin ninetzky Kiddush will follow. lincha is at 5:45 p.m.. with Shalos lydos concluding the Sabbath obpance. Rabbi Mescheloff will %  cuss the Weekly Portion. A daily Tlure series on Jewish laws and istoms is given by the Rabbi berecn the 6 and 6:30 p.m. service lily services are also at 7 and 8 IHIALEAH %  MIAMI SPRINGS PWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 111 hold Friday evening services ]B:15 p.m. with Rabbi Harry B. lunger officiating. His subject •H deal with the Weekly Portion. Vntor Ben Grossberg will render ^ musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Babbi Morris Skop officiating. Subject of his talk is scheduled as: Why Three Scrolls. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 10 a.m.. when the Rabbi will interpret the Book of Exodus. Kiddush will follow. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • 0 TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: Should Spinoza's Excommunication Be Revoked. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical .portions of the liturgy. • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Guest speaker will be Dr. Israel Goldiarb. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. Cantor Philip Brummer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to the alumni of Public School 149 in Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Harry Katz will bring greetings, and guest speaker is C. Israel Lutsky. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Kabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: The Fleeting And The Permanent In Jewish Life. A class in Talmud is slated for 4:30 p.m., and is also held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos, when Ihe Rabbi will discuss the Portion of the Zohar. Cantor Na.#rPfc^ than Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • ..J ,WRB !" ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening serviees at 8:15 p.m. RaDbi Louis Cassel will officiate and begin a series of sermons on the topic: The Cycle Of Life As A Jew. the musical portions of the liturgy. Cantor Albert GlanU will render Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim oficiating. Subject of his discussion is scheduled as: Strength And Be Strengthened. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jonas will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following in honor of their newly born granddaughter. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion". Daily services are in the chapel at 7:30 a.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m., with late services scheduled JJor 8:15. Rabbi Jtorton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the subject! Judaism. Past. Present and Future. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday rooming services are at 8:30 a.m. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m., when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will be assisted by the Center Choir. Subject of his sermon is: Exodus In Retrospect. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. D. Dresner in honor of their son Michaels birthday. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will officiate. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv and a lecture on the Weekly Portion. • • • MONTICELLO PARK will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris Rackovsky officiating and discussing: Wholly Holy. Early services are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and discuss: What Makes The Leader. A, class in Bible is slated for 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz will be sponsors. • • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: A Sanctuary Or A Meeting Place. At 4:15 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 6 p.m., followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Gemorrah class will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 p.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Max M. Landman offiGroater Miami's Synagogue Directory Aaudath Itrssl—Raobi mar Kvrr, Orthodox. Sf. 7si m., Miami Bench. Both David — Rabbi Max Shapiro, ('nwvnlv, 282i SW 3rd Ave.. Miami: Oath El—Dr. Shmaryahu Kwlrskv Orthodox. 600 SW 17th Ave., Miami Bath Jacob—Rabbi Moaea Mescheloff, Orthodox. 301-311 Wash. Ave., MR Beth Sholom—Rahbl l.eon Kronlsh. Liberal. 4144 Chase Ave, MB. Bath Tfllah—Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. Orthodox, 935 Kuclld Ave.. Mianil i'.cach. Coral Qablsa— Rabbi Morris Skop, I,il, eral. :i20 Palermo An.. C. Gables Downtown Synagogue — Rabbi Arvali Becker, Orthodox, 133 N \V 3rd Ave., Miami. FlaglerGranada—Reverend Leo Helm, Conservative, DO MV ilst I'lace, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Uross, Orthodox. 918 8th St.. M.B. Hialeah. Miami Springs — Rabbi Harrv Bttlncer, <".in ervathe, Ml E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Israelite Center — Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Conservative, 819$ SW 21th Ter.. Miami. Kneseth Israel-Kabbi Abraham Cassel, Orthodox. 1416 Euclid Ave.. Miami Reach. Miami Beach— Rnlibl Irving Lehrman, Conmivatlve. I7<1 Wash. Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew Schso4—Rabbi Simon April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park — Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, Conservative, 184th Street and XK nth Avenue, North Miami Beach. North Dade — Conservative, 13830 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, way. North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz, Conservative. 82u 75th St. Maiml Beach. Temple Israel—Dr. Joseph Narot, Reform, 137 NK 19th St., Miami. Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 Tolk St.. Hollywood. Tifereth Israel — Rabbi Louis Cassel, 6500 N. Miami Ave., Miami. West Miami—Itabhi Airred Waxman, Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox, 4001 Chase AM., Miami Beach. Zamora — Rabbi Max M, Landman. Conservative, 41 Zamora Ave., Coral Cables. Epstein in honor of their son, Lawrence, who is scheduled to be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: In Defense Of Religious Liberty. Saturday morning services will be at 10:45 a.m., when Myron, son of Mrs. Annette Kendall Katzoff, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hoW Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sternberger will be honored on the occasion of the naming of their newborn sons. Rabbi David Shapiro will discuss: The Jewish Home. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Udell in honor of their sons, Joseph and Johnny. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rev. Mordcchai Haalman will assist Rabbi Shapiro. Junior services are at 10 a.m. Daily services are at 9 a.m. ciating. Judaism And Christianity will be the subject of his sermon. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moskowitz, in celebration of their 24th wedding anniversary, ahd Mr. and Mrs. B. Snetiker, in honor of their daughter Rene's birthday. Early evening services will be conducted by Rev. Rudolt E. Brill at 5:20 p.m. Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. The topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be: The Watchtower. Junior services are at 11 a.m. in the Maloff Room. Sunday services will be held at 9 a.m. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and conduct an open forum. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the Junior and Adult Choirs participating. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simonhoff to Speak Harry Simonhoff, Miami attorney, lecturer, author and world traveler, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District on Thursday evening, March 11th, 8:15 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Simonhoff, whose recent book published by the Philosophical Library, Under Strange Skies, has received wide acclaim, will discuss the 300th year of Jewish settlement in America, Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th Si. Phone 9-2477 fc^* Ve ^P 81 P"idnt ol Miami Beach Chapter oi B nai UurtiMax Schwart*. overall chairman, and Mrs. Sam taJ.ii n ,OUTOCU chairman. make plan* lor the seventh anLT !" 1 lunc heon given by Miami Beach Chapter on Tuesday BW n. he A, 9 ier Hotel Mm. Ida Optner, vie* president oi oi Bnth Women District No. 5, brought greetings. Mrs. ita <^.?^ tiaa aav *• benediction. Queen of the day was •soi Goldstrom. who celebrated her' 80th birthday. The Pam featured Miss Susan Talkmoif. eopiano. IF YOU SUFFER -._.ofNEAOACNE PA / Pf NEURALGIA NEURITIS RELIEF wiffc t>. war ttteeseneH •* phyticiMS % %  •) dentists HUM'S WHV Anocin i 1*0 o doctor's prescription The! i. Anocin contain, not i„,i eee but a combination ol medically provsd active ingredientv No ether product givet letter, longer-lolling relief Ire* _.(„ of headache, neurrriv no.irelo.ie JWo, Asocin NkMllej Aaeiae feeeyl \ Fir tbe Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is food enough! MANISCHEWITZ America's Favorite KOSHER WINE rWsDCfl AW NIHD IT MoKUCJ WME CNMWT. INC. •n latuuL. man. ft i fscletiV.Ksfrifc.fers NATIONAL WINES. INC. SAM HANK, free, Ptteet 347M



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DAY, MARC H 5, 1954 LEGAL N0TIC1 -JewistrhridUan PAGE Jl B ".-, i\'kT-' Defendant *--FOR DIVORCE JP U l,,,l Avenue. ...if led that Divorce ha C.'iW ui "' j jjilrnd > a Bill been an H v..u arc requlr— %  ,.,, ,i ,,f your Apswcr •"' H"*".* ,..Bill of Complaint *> K VI'I.AN, %  SeyhoM I N M ',. % %  i.Thia. nd file the J ,ln ,'i,.-. Heading l" "'" Sff A the Circuit Cowl ""if ', %  in.' --mi day of March. .'".,„!. fill I" 'I" ""• JU"K m nl hv :'•.,!'I. i; K.k.-n again." 1 >.?'!, or LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERHHY (1IVKN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage \n business under the fiitilious name ,.' 1'ASII-N-i-llll, I -.;* w. 42nd Miami Beach, Hoi Ida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DadCounty, Florida HUTU ROGERS 2/12-l-2 — l/S %  fault "HI '" %  %  "relief den in the Hill of SfiTaoUrf fha'1 '"' put"''*"" 1 n ^ e mis.-, utlve we KWH R PUORU |6th day r.J.vV \ll ORDERED at Miami, mow A-V', ...,,, ,,. w „ f tttmiary, Inrlto, th is 1 E n I.BATHKBMAM. rierk. Circuit Cpurt.j liaile Coiinly, rWina. iJv'AI C, UREBN, i* PAHI-'I K.-H1. Pemitv CicrK. .I"i:''-;;;:i! ,f M.aml. Florid*. Fl-t4 — 8/3-12 j File 51429 Ivnile* Is h-i-l'V given that Jules Urt2n\..H. : v f, ; .v of Miami Tax .Certificate Numbered TjJ, dated _, Hh dsy of June, AH. UK, has led sain Certificaie in my office, and TisBisuat>pllwtlon for tax deed to £„„ Sereon In a. ....-dance with law. "id Certificate embraces the follower desriil,cd property, situated In lade Count), Florida, to-wlti UM 1 Less Went 1, feet, Hloek 1 Clavton Height" I'lal Hook 21, I Tags If, in i '"••>' ••' Miami, County of I' '' %  Ktate of Horlda. TheMsessmn I ol wild property unthe Certlfii • "• %  ln ,he smc of I'nknown Cnless said Cer. in, ,1 accorillng law tax deed "ill Issue thereon tho I'" let day of February. **' r, H I.I-". MHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, [>ade • nt> I'lorlda B> S C STERRETT, D.C. hittiH Court 1 :i j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, demlnng to engage In business under the fictitious name of ADVERTISING! It K N C II )•: s COMPANY, al fili S. W. 2nd Avenue, Mlami. Horlda, Inlendx to rcgist. MM with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,County, Florida. Ill's BENCHES, INC., a Florida Corporation—sole owner I'M.LOT, SILVER A, Ml'LLOY Attorneys for Own, i 701 Congress Hldg.. Miami. Fla. 2/12-I-2 — S/3 LEOAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW W N OTICE ity PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J'JDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA lf\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166408 HARRY I'm PER, Plaintiff, vs. ROSE COO -BR, Defendant SU T FOR DIVORCE '. ROSE COOPER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME'LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' ttfiM the undersigned, desiring.to engage iA' business under the fli-tillnfni name or ACCIRATE Bl'SlN'KSS MACHINESCO., at 1220 Blacayne Blvd.. intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON RIPERMAN Sole Owner 2/12-19-28 — 3/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A.D.C. HOME IMPROVEMENT Co (Not In, ). at Till Seybold Bldg., Miami, Kill., intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ 2/12-19-26 — 3/.'i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166196 |l 8 HICK8, also known as IERBRRT S. HICKS and FLORA HICKS, hid wife, and |AMI)'EL UARBL1CK, Plaintiffs, m. %  KE8SLER, wife of l0tl8 Ki:s.-I.).l:. if living and ler unknown h< I", del Iseedt K-atees or g^Dtees, if (lend, and 111 iwisens elaimini! any eatate, Hght. title or interest in. or Hen |t "ii the aj DAjpcrW .herein i ncribed w any j^rl there!" Ihrough or under KB, V:t, of LOUIS KKSSLKR. L, Heferidatits..,. [HB8TATK OP KI.ORinA, TO: The above named I >• fendants and 111 persons claiming any estate, tlbt, title or mi, rest In. or lien •pnn. the real property herein deJn-lbed, r,r any part thereof, Befrndaata, lireetings: Tou are hereby notified that a proleedinit to remove a cloud on title haa li-on brought In the circuit court for PARE county, Horlda. against the Ihove named iKfendunts. and all perVina claiming any estate, right, title % r interest l n or Hen upon, the folfwlng dem nbed real property, situate |n I Alih county, Horlda. to wit: Lot" 11, A ifonietlmes described I^its 12 and 13), 14. 1', and 16 according to the plat thereof rerorded In Plat Hook 19 at page ,3 being a resubdlvislo* of la.ts '*, 19 44 and is, lllock 3 of first amended plat „f \\ iniergardens, "recorded In Plat It.,ok S. Page M of the Public Record! of Dade I ounty, n Wki'k" ?**. '" l ,v requireil to file on the clerk ,.r said court vour writs I i c edingoa I '" % %  the I7i i day of March 19S4. '"ur in'', %  • ,|1 Wl,n %  ald %  %  ,| k II nf % %  %  • %  <" '"•• Mill M comptaji • %  the times prewribI ettlng up the es,n' n """ %  "" %  interest In, or fy 3alm. l | h V '-"Hod pVop" lid. "''" r -'" "'"• ,/l.':;:,' : *ered against V,' N nd the seal of r.Vrid? ,i %  "' Ml "il, Dade County, \&[. • lhla "' -l-'V of Fel,iuar>: '•: B. U:\T1IEP.MAN. kof ,|,e above atyled court "i M U HTOCKINO, 'J-19-26 — Sf" IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, ELORIOA No. 27852-B .RE: ESTATE of I'AI'H CHANTON, IVccased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHAROE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition foi Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of PAt'l, CHANTON. deceased: and that on the Sth day of Match. 19i4, 1 will apply to the Honorable Countv Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report moot si. Maiden, Mass. You are beret)) notified thnt a Bill of Comr/ialnt for Divorce has been fll• d agal/ist you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer Of I'leadlng to the Rill of Complaint on Hie plaintiff's Attorney, WILLIAM II HAMILTON. 2.1? Civic Hldg. Miami. Flf,i't*uil..eip'flll-the original Answer or PWaillng In the of fly, MI the clerk or Thi* Circuit Court on or before the Mtn day of March, 19S4. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice-shall be nubilshed once each week for four cnnseiTitlve weeks In THE .IKWISII Fi.MHiOiAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12th day of February, A.D. 1N4. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Ch-eull Court. Hade County, Florid I Bj WM. W. STOCKING, (Circuit Court S ill I >eputy Clerk WILLIAM II. HAMILTON Utoi nej for Pl.vjntlff %  J 11-26 — S/S-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OlHCUlT OF FLORIDA IN ANO-TORi'DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY; N6.1MWB HBLENE ROSENBATM, Plaintiff,' 11. MORRIS ROSENBAl'M, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MORRIS ROSENBAUM Residence unknown You, MORRIS ROSENBAUM, are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for invoice has been filed you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Plead' ing to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. OEOROE CI'KRl'Kor. liiiT-ll olympia Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of March. 19S4. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint This notice shall ibe published OOCe each week for four, consecutive weeks in THE .IKWISII FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 19th day of February, A.D. 1904. E. I!. l.KATHKltMAN, i lei k. cHieuit i 'ourt. Hade County. Florida Bj WJttJW. STOCK INC, I Circuit Court SealV Deputy Clerk rjBOROE CHERTKOF Attorney for Plaintiff 607-11 Olympia Building, Miami, Fla. 2/26 — I/6-J2-1S deceased. • Thin Sth day of Hetoriau-y. HI ROSA CHANTON JAIDJ^S M-YKRB. 11KIMAX A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 2/12-19-26 — /5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166462 GERTRUDE Kl.l.-ll. Plaintiff, MAX KI.ISH. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: MAX KI.ISH 4J Fall view Bergenfleld, New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, KKSST.KR A OARS. 1782 W. Flagler Street. Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA AI'TO .SALES, at 142.1 N W 16th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerh Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMI'IT. L. KAY JACK It WHIN KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Florida Auto Sales 1/5-11 and for final diacharkoas .Bx.mi.rl,,. ^^,U,VI}\S%\i^^i g }S U lnit'cZSL M Die E-te I-AITD CWA^jftj!.aS^SWJ&tlR ^S'^^ CH -" L F C 0 R R CU D T AOE I "''' lA SU,'+ r'nirVa '"-"-ndant m ft !" B. 19th Ktn • t y "" %  %  I, .)%  11,1,1.x ohl. r.i-d '"hK i„ Hill to II I that •r Divorce has %  and you are I your Ansu /rV ,','" f '' "' %  '"" "" KEKHLER ; I l< l the original J Clark „[ ;",".? "' the office of '•m the IK '"'"" ''""" % %  04 %  '" day „f March, ,". %  1'i'ig.rnant by dmana '." "Kllnst you for •"tnand.ai in the Bill al ttbSS'foV'fall 1 '" U, h "o4 TRP li.,;r, '"Ur I'onseputlVs weak! R!2K AN \'' I"" 1 '* ,K '""AN. ^Vfthis -, h Kl i RRBI > %  Miami. 1 '"' day of February. of th, %  : 'l fail ,,, *i'l b. l| i'f dn BeTU? 4 K II irt.v' r, u,t Court. **&*£% ik.|,:' n """I court, Si\ 1/5 STOCKINO. Oeputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166277 T. C. PRELL, Plaintiff. ve. FLORENCE B, FRELL. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: rLORENCE B. KRELI. C/o Irving Elsenman fc.q. 11 \V. Washington St. Chicago 2. Illinois ..__,__ %  „ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that suit for divorce has been filed against you ln the above styled t ourt. and you are hereby required to file copy of your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce filed against you on the Plaintiff's Attorneys. BISHOP AND CRIMI. 416 Hlalc.ih Drive, Hlaleah, Florida, anil file the original said Answer In the office of the Clerk of the styled Court, on or before the 12th rfav of March, 1954, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. -_, Dated at Miami. Dade rtmnty, Florida, this Sth dav of February. 19;L i: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida By WM W STOCKINO 1 leputy Clerk 2/12-19-26 — 3/5 $** NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166714 JULIUS FREKMAN, Plaintiff. LUV1NA FREEMAN. 1: h-f.^dant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LIVINA FREEMAN. Rsaldence '.'nknown You are hereto) notified that a Bill qf Complaint for Dlroroe baa be-ii filed against you. and you are reqm ,,,ur Answer or Plead., Ih-il*i'*lu l/'tmu''rail jiingmehV hv dcYaulr.V'i'Lh* boalien ajgalrrrti'SoW'toritW. r*ef ,1, manded In tne Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of February, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKINO. • Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 2 / I9-U6 — 3/3-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166369 EVE O'NEILL, Plaintiff. HUGH O'NEILL Defenditnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Hl'tlH O'NEILL 1320 Thlerlot Avenue New York. New York. TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are herein required to serve a copy of your Anew i to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Hoik of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th rial of March, 1954, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against This notice shall be published onre each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH HXJRIDIAN. |,.ii,d al Miami. Florida, this 1-th daj of l'cl,ma rv. 1.134. K 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court By: WM W sTocKINO. I >eputy Clerk FILER *, MULLOT for Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desliing to engage In business under the fictitious name of TELE-COLOR BTUDIOS OF MIAMI. at 424 N.W. 2*th Street. Miami. Klorida. intend to register said name with the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flo TONY E. LoPRKSTl and MK1.VIN II AM.Kit, a partnership. 2/26 — 3/3-12-111 the ing tn the'Bill of Complaint plaintiff's Attorney, BEN KSSI.-N. K.. Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the _1 "lo, k of he ; curl court on or before the 29th ua> ,.f March, 1954. If you fail t" %  '"'•f' lodgment by default l '" "M" against you for the relief demanded In te^ifcD.iMjJJ* Ho.Ida. this 21th day of lebrual). A 1! ; 4 E P l.i:.\TllEKM\N. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad, (Circuit Court Sea!) DoPUt) I lertt. BEN l'.SSKN Attorney for Plaintiff .21 Scyi.old Bldg.; Miami. Florida 1/26 — a/3-12-19 PAfJ.OT. 7o\ W Congress 'BuildrngV Miami, Florida 2/19-26 — S/5-12 _^ INXOUNTV JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30339B RE: ESTATE OF IT IZAHETH Ml'RAIt. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that we h ive filed on. final icpott and petition for Final nieebnrge as ''..-execiitoi s Of the estate of K 1.1 V. A 1II Tl M I I1A K ed: and that on the 7th \,,ril it'M. will apply to tl„ H able FRANK now UNO County l„,U;,. ,,t Dade County. Florida for approval "f said final reports and for final discharge as ro-i "f the U1ETII M1RAR. de26th d i; ISA DOR FINE ELSIE M. KINNEf MILTON A. IP.lini.M VN AMornev for C.i-ecntors I ', -I2-19-26 ^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that .tb.e-U.n.iU.raigJitd. desiring to engage in %  nnJmrt.s'AiiirfeOHe fictitious name of ftKJUtoRI-.. STICDIO. at 738 41s ytJicL MUirm Beach. Florida, intend ih fegrster said name with the clerk of the Clrctitf' Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHIR DEQUTZ E8TBLLE DEUL'TZ OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF Attorney for Petitioners 2/26 — 3/3-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE No. 166201 JAMES L. DOHERTY and IRENE M. DOHERTY, his wife. Plaintiffs. vs. All persons claiming any estate, r'ght, title or interest In, or lien upon, the real prqperty herein described, or any part thereof, ivfendante AMENDED SUMMONS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: All persons claiming any estate. right, title, or interest In, or Hen upon, the real property herein described, or any part thereof, Defendants, Greetings: You are hi rb) notified that a pror.edim; to Uulet Title has I,ecu brought In the f'iiciiit Court .for Dade c.iuntv. hioiida. against all persons claiming any .stale, right, title or t In, or lien upon the following described real property, situate In County, Florida, t., wit: Lots :M and 1Z. according to the am. nd. ,l plat of City Line Park, as recorded in Plat Book 10, Page 13, Public Records of Dade County, Florida and vim are her, hv required to file wiih the Clerk of said Court your Written aid" a i oe personally, or by atiersan In said proceeding, on or bsfor, tho 30th da\ .i March, l54, and thereafter t<, file with said elerk your written defenses, if any, to the Pill ot c.mplaint at the times prescribed by LAW, thctein setting UII the estate, right, title, or interest in, or Hen upon. the ahoi .scribed property claimed Herein fall not. or Judgment will he entered agali)st you by DeWITNKSS mv hand and seal of said court at Miami. Hade Count> Ida, this 16th flay of February, l'.t„4. tTHERMAN, as Clerk of above stylwl court \l W. STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk i .-i:t -.-al) 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVWV fii. t the undersigned, desiring to eiufaa,i-lii business under the fictitious nanL \o BENCHES CO., al Hi.', s. \v. -2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name v Ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ill S BENCHES. INC., a Florida Corporation—sole owner PALI/IT. SILVER A. MIT.I.OY SI^e^B^Mtarflri^a. -f^Uiim ifio %  r:rnA :r> —' 4N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166537 BESSIE MAE POPE, JR.. Plaintiff vs LOYH CLINTON POPE, .IR i ictendi ot NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Lord Clinton Pope, i. S. oakwood Boulevard Detroit, Michigan You a,., hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a efi>\ ,,f >our Answer or Pleading to the Bill ,,f Con on the Plaintiff's attorneys, KKSSI.Ki: OARS, 17*1 W. Flagler st Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of March, 1954. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Done and Ordered at Miami. Mola, this I7th day of February. 1934. FJ B LEATHERMAN'. Clerk, circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. I H-puty Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) 2/19-26 — 3/3-111 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166503 FANNIE FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff vs. CHARLES Hti::i>MAN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN e 'o Mrs. Ida Friedman 407 E 98th. Street Brooklyn 11, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFTED that a Bill of Complaint for Dfvo has been filed against you iii 'be above entitled cause anil you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the nncinal in the olfice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2 day of March. 1954. otherwise a De.1,. Pro Confesso will be entered 11 -u. This notice shall lie published once cull week for four consecutive w,-eks in THE .IKWISII PLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this l.tlt da v of Kebruai *.. 1954 K P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court B) VVM w BTOCKINO. Depute Clerk SILVER .-. ML'LLOY for Plaintiff 701 Congress Building. Miami, Florida 2/19-26 — 1/5-11 PA I.LOT. Attorneys RTNCOMETAX J. E. MARQUA MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART PHONE ? -ox* Of PREPARED CORRECTLY BY •n t s-m. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WILLIAM KITINS MODERN MASSAGE, at Mtl N.B. 2nd Ave.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'y, Florida WILLIAM KLHN, Sole Owner 2/19-24 — 3/5-12 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29489 B RE: ESTATE OF KATHEItINK FERDA. Deceasel NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I l-.ivfiled mv final report and petition for Flnal Discharge as Executor of the estate of EATHERINE FERDA. deceased; and that on the 22nd day of Mar, h, IM4, will apply to the Honornil,. I HANK P. IniWI.lNO, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge al E\o. -utoi of the Estate of EATHERINE FERDA. deceased. ._ This 17th day of l-'.ln uai y. 19.. I I M tURICE FERDA, Exec J tor MAX R. SILVER tttornei for Executor l.ld Building. Miami. 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PAGE 4 B m. i~utnnrk**r FRIDAY, MARCH t. Home for Aged Holds Annual Meet at Douglas Gardens; 18 Elected to Board The Jewish Home for the Aged held its ninth annual membership meeting with an attendance of 500 persons Sunday afternoon and also celebrated its third anniversary at Douglas Gardens. President Abe Kurman and Baron ile Hirsch Meyer, vice president, announced that groundbroking ceremonies for the Ablin Memorial Building will take place Sunday afternoon, April 11th, at M. 1. Kopelowiti presided at meeting Synagogue Administration Authorities to Appear At All-Day Seminar Two national authorities on synagogue administration will adress the ;

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PAGE 10 B jgHflBifee GLOBAL SHORTS Israel Government to Relax Policy on Immigrant Selection JERUSALEM (JTA) — Policies governing the selection of immigrants to Israel will be relaxed, it was indicated here after a meeting between representatives of the Jewish Agency and the Israel Government held in the Premier's office. Among other matters, it was decided that persons who left Israel and now would like to return will be given another opportunity to settle in Israel provided they agree to live and work in an agricultural settlement. Jordan May Block UN Efforts For Parley with Jewish State JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel Government sources have expressed the belief that Jordan will agree to accept the invitation of United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold to meet representatives of Israel in Jerusalem, but may at the same time attempt to stall the conference by blocking acceptance of a mutually agreeable agenda. The invitation to an IsraelJordan conference, which was extended by Mr. Hammarskjold to Israel and Jordan during the weekend, stipulated that the agenda of the parley should be decided on at the conference itself. Goldmann Urges Zionist, Non-Zionist Understanding NEW YORK (JTA) — A "clear understanding" between Zionists and non-Zionists whereby they work together as a single body in all areas of agreement but respect each other's work and opinion in areas of dissent, was urged here by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive. He spoke at a "brunch" arranged in his honor by the Manhattan Zionist Region of the Zionist Organization of America. demonstrations outside JDC headquarters. The DP leaders and the JDC officials will attempt to reach a satisfactory settlement of problems created by the proposed liquidation of Foehrenwald, the last DP camp for Jews in Germany. Earlier, from 100 to 200 disgruntled DP's attempted to storm the JDC offices but were dispersed by club-swinging German police. Anti-Semites Proclaim AntiJewish Week in Midwest MOLINE, ILL. (JTA) — Signs reading "This Place Owned by Jews" were pasted over some 35 store windows in this city and in nearby Davenport, Iowa, and Rock Island, Iowa. The signs were printed in ink on strips of paper which also bore rubber stamps proclaiming "Anti-Jew Week, February 21st to 28th." The dates coincide with ] Second Talk Of tOCOl Series those of Brotherhood Week which is being observed internationally last week. LEGAL MOTICS NOTICE TO CREDITOR* IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. i^*o In Re. ESTATE "I'" CARRIE MAK SMITH. Deceased To All i'mill""" and All Pimon Having Claims "r Demands Against Said Estate: anK YKTTA BDELHTEIN Deceased NOT i C 0 l L, 0 .£. £ ,TENT,ON T MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DI8CHARQE ,,,''" '' '"''eichy given that I have % %  ',' %  i "!",4 "."•*' %  • %  •'• %  •","d Petition for i nal Discharge aa Executrix of the estate of VKTTA KHKI.STKIN. dece.isea; and that on the 5th (lav of I-RANK. I DOWUNCL County Judg2 :','",'''" C?r. Florida, "for apfinal discharge as Executrix of the .ea"e,'i %  *** EUELSTKIN. deThis lit day of March, 154 X.SK.U uJfc** ""MOT* iV. 10 """*' or Executrix i 5-u'-"l's'28 R d M m "** ch "• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '**" norid. ,rcult Court of D de <->"•>>•• !/W-{JK,V M "' Sole n register raid name with "ik !" 1 -" the Circuit Cou.t of I, 1* l Florid*. u *> Co notified "i'l'i'dTequlrid" tJ'niearnt any LEONARD J. KAUs'ii '* R a) Al clalmx and demands which you, or Attorney for Appi either of von, mav have against the 2OS0 Dul'ont Hli'.ii estate of CARRIE MAK .SMITH, de2/19-21 S/5-12 ,.,i mte etl Hade County, Florida, l„ Cie Honorable County Judges of Pane County, and file the game In their offices in the County Courthouse in Hade County. Hoi Ida, withthe urn l in .Ight calendar months from the business uudi r the ,{. ,',','" "*ttl date of the first publication hereof. BLUE QRASH \\, T L-, .^JSNl uo',1 ..luito* or demands to i-ontaln the Una a v..,,,,.. .,_ %  l IStB d iil.lVK H. SMITH. Aa Admlnlatratrix of the RataU of CARRIE MAK SMITH. I lereaaeil. MILTON H. ItlcilMONH Attoiney for olive H. Smith Room 2(U. I Lln.otn Road Bldg. J/S-U-JJ-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKttY UIVEN that the underaigned. rieNlrlng to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of HIl.l i>o HRE8H SHOP, at #1 Lincoln Itoad. Miami Reach, Hoi Ida. Intenda to reglater aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Horida. R)S>: HARRIS, Sola Owner liKoRC.K J TA1.IANOKK, ESQ. Attorney for IUie Harris I/2 — I/5-12-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IK IIERERY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IJNKA EXHORT, at Z43a S.W. 21st Street. Miami. Hade County. Horlda. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RICHARD HICK ZDENA PICK KI'RT WKLLIKCH Attorney at Law Attorney for Richard Hick and Zd.na Hick 1414-17 Congress Ilullding, Miami. Flu 2.2 — J/5-12-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUN HI.KKr HOME JCICE COMPANY, at 424 N.W. 2th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Horlda. SCN KLKKT CORI'ORATION OF FLORIDA By I>EO NEMEROVSKI, President t/24 — S/r.-12-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RUN BLEST CORPORATION, at 4 N.W. 2th Street, Miami. Florida. In3 nds to register said name with the ark of the Circuit Court ofDade County. Hot Ida. SIN BLEST CORPORATION OF FLORIDA By LKO NEMEROVSKI. President 2/2S — I/3-12-1J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Itf HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAND DRY CLEANERS A LAUNDRY, at 214JO N.W. 1st Court. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. HARRY IIERSKOWITZ I8IDOR HKRSKOWITZ Sole Owners MAX SILVER Attorney for Applicants 22 Seybold Bldg. 2/2H — 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t*> engage In business under the fictitious name Of GABLES STATIONERS, at 12S Ciralda Avenue, Coral Gables. Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Kim Ida, SOL SCHRKIIIKR 12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GLOBE GREEN STAMPS. GLOBE 8TAMH CO.. INC., at 2732 Bonr-e De Leon Blvil Coral Gables, Ha.. Intends to register said name with the Cl.-ik '•' "'• %  Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. %¡ LOBE STAMP CO.. INC. By: DAVID JACOBBON, HENRT M. CAIN ITaW.Rt Attorney for Applicant NOTICE UNop NOTICi: is MEREWfJiria, J le undersigned, desiring "i> '1 BERICK. sVl^^V'^b 0 2/I-2 — 3/5-12 LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" j 2141 8.W. 3rd St. CJJ a. Mli NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ik NOT P. U HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In nm^K ,m,, 'J" ,h fictitious name of SU1-KRIOR DELICACIES, at 4M Harding Ave., Rurfslde. Fla., Intenda rj"'Vr nU> n,m wl h > Clerk Hnilda C Urt f D, • County. 2/2 i ^ l J/i l ?i2 -i Zl;I AUr ( ,e 0Wn r) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HKRKIIY GIVEN that t.undersigned, desiring to engage In at iM?!?.V.2. der ,h "' I't'ous name of -; i: iT S STAN A "I> SERVICE, •*,*•• h-W. 8th Street. Intenda to IS /JiL"!! JM" *" n >*< Clerk of MorldaT "' '*•'" ,,oun,y RAYMOND C. ALBRIGHT. BERNARD R. JA'n.^ W,M,r c/ o "K n .VsJr 0r *^ar." nt 8s3r-i jfe • s,r ^ t N 0T,CE xxsi\ :J, CTIT NOTICE IS HKRKIIY HIVEXis. the undersigned, desiring l u eSil i business under tne flctni.o. OCEAN BHORK MOTEI" %? t olilns Avenue. Miami Hen?] County. Ha., intenda t„ r-c" name with the clerk of t Court of Dade County, rt„ THE PORUIR CURi-uFUfloJJ BERICK, SHAI'IHn & FRIED* Attorneys for Applicant) 420 Lincoln Road 2/19-2 — /i-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOtaT NAME LAW NOTICK is iii:i:i:iiy liivouu the undersigned desiring Iggagagl buslnes* uiulei m. flctlti<>ui atav I TOWER SAI.KS IHMI'AMTII N.W. 43rd Plaie, Miami. rlonS tends to legisi. s.,M i nl T |g Clerk of the Circuit Court ail County, Horlda. -MIRRAY CU0PE FRANK COHN Attorney for Tower Sales Coaa 2/1J-2* -*3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtB NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKIIY HIVENL the undersigned desiring n rrgajt I buaineaa under the flctituui nja( SOUTHERN AHVERTISMO I ICE. at .'-34 Collins Avenoc Beach, intends to register aVku with the Clerk of the i ireuit I of Dade County. Florida. MRS. HANNAH 0A Sole owner A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 2tt Lincoln Road 2/I2-I9-24 — ;; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of Ti %  LIVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUftl FLORIDA, IN AND FOR COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nil IN RE: ADOPTION OF JOSEPH NICHOLAS F1ALAO NOTICE TO AFPiAR To: Joseph Balai* Addrea Unknown You are hereby notified tlut J tlon for the Adoption ol JOf NICHOLAS I1AI.AZS has Met I and you are required to aery Ml of your Answer or other rln~^ the Petition for Ailoptbin on I •r'a attorney. HIKIJ)nT K. CHL'K, 703 Se>bold Ituilding. %  32, Horlda. and file the origin*. wer or Pleading in the ""' (Terk of the Cli.-uii Court la 1*1 Dade County, Hoi Ida. on or rthe I5th day of March, 1MDATED this ith day ot %  ""• K v. 1.KATHERJU) Clerk of i he Clmilt By M. <' URKCJ, (Seal) in pun Lierx SHELDON N. LE1.0HLK, ESQ. Attorney for Petitioner 2/12-IP-M — 3/5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIMJJ FLORIDA, IN AND FOR "" COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. N0.I SAM 8AHOKH. Plaintiff, BECKY SAl'i >t F I '• '•' n ^i.'NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Becky Sajsiff ,-.2i Bristol btreel Brooklyn. New > You arc herel.v ""' ,, d ,l li of Complaint U l y""' .% filed against you. • ". 1 >''"'"„ j ed to serve a ropy "•> "Vra"' other pleading to the Hill oMj" on Hlalnttff's ait-" %  • *"•££, I.KLCHCK. 703 .l"f ''".ft. Hml 32. Florida. "'' fll ', h ntSl Answer or pleadim,In !" '" B d the Clerk of Ih. I !' V n '„|rsj for Daih Couaty. \ %  rld. <*W the 15th day ol M.n.h % %  '•J] wise, the Blleiratloiis "^' B, C00 1 Complaint will be laken as h> DATKD this 5th day 54 E. B. I-EATffl Clerk of the i"V--, By M '" 'iKfc^vjM OmAWS X l-KU-HI h. EMlj Attorney for Plaintiff 2yi2-19-2 — a/s NOTICE UNDER FJCTIT^ NOTICE IS H^KnTOig the undersJaned. de-)""?£,* %  business under the fi.it"" S J -THE OWEN CO. i lo j Avenue. Miami. Ha-, /"''o^rk i ter aaid name 7'ftJ^untM Circuit Court of D d ^-"^ % '** %  HANK J. C•{:\ l ?.fl MYERS. HE1MAN j KAl Attorneya for AppI•%  "" •50 Seybold Rldg. I/12-l>-2 — I/_ NOTICE UNOERFICTIT.0*! NAME LAW ....pyjSl NOTICE UlHW^gll the undersigned. ^MioV? !" business under the f' ^ESJ HAMPSHIRE AIAIJV ami Beach. Oerlda. Inten „ said name with the > lie" cult Court of, P-* MIR1AN. WILLIAM I. RRKNN' 1 Attorney for Hartl" 2/12-l-2 — 3/-> IRLAM >f; !,w



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PAGE 6 A *JewislLEkdfflb£L TODAY, MARCH = Carole Rita Weds S. Gerald Miller in Kites Here; Couple Sail to England, Germany .Mrs. Alfred Gotle.snian, of Miami Beach, and Mr. Ira Ciralsky. of Toledo, Ohio, announce the marriage of their daughter, Carole Kits, to S. Gerald Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. Miller, Miami. The couple were married at the Roney Plaza Hotel on February 14th.'with Rabbi Leon Kronish oflitiiitinfi in a candlelight ceremony. A reception and dinner followed at the hotel. The bride was attired in a speblue iris. and a cascade of lily-of-the-valley. She was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Morris Webne, of Toledo, cousin of the bride, who wore a blue chiffon bal lerina-length gown and carried a cascade of pink carnations. Marcia Edelman and Arlene Tarshis, Miami Beach, acting as bridesmaids, were attired in pink ballerina length taffeta and tulle gowns and carried a cascade of cially designed gown by Kieviette • il New York and included blush Junior bridesmaid was Leslie Miller, sister of the groom. She pink Christian D'or lace, floor-: chose an aqua taffeta and tulle length, with a sweeping train. A Sown and carried an old fash oned panel of imported tulle ran down \ colored bouquet of pink carnat.ons the center of the dress. Sequins ned the neckline and bodice. She wore a strinu of matched ori' pearlwhich weie ;. gii i>I thf groom's parents. Newlywed Mrs. taiiier carrie I 8 Bible covered with white orchids Richter, Lit man Exchange Vows On February 161 h. at Rabbi Leon Kronish's study in Temple Beth Sholom, Miss Judith Richter, hter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richter, Mason City, Iowa, and 9201 Ka.-t Bay Harbor Drive. Miami Beach, became the bride of Merle I.it." an. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Litman, Dulu'h. Minnesota. Matron of honor was Mrs Mickey Michaels. Miriam Richter was maic ol .':onor. with Arnold Colker attending as best man. 'I he bride selected a gown of white linen, scooped neckline outline! with applique embroidery, fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. She carried a nosegay of pink Camillas and carnations surrounded by v. hite tulle. Mrs. Litman was graduated cum laude from Ferry Hall in Lake Forest. Illinois, and attended the L'ni\ ( : ity of Minnesota. The groom spent four years in the United States Navy and received his degree at the University of U esota Law School. A reception followed at the home i i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Birenbaum, Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach. The couple will make their home at Brother of the groom. Harry Miller, was best man, and ushers included Samuel Stanton Ciralsky, brother of the bride, and Samuel Kreis, of Coral Gables. The groom's mother wore a I.ily Hubin original gown of dusty pink tulle and lace. Mother of the bride was attired in a gown designed by Kieviette of New York and included turquoise blue satin. Both carried pink rosebud corsages. For their honeymoon, the couple sailed to London. England, on the SS United Stales, where they stayed for one week. They then motored to Nuremburg. Germany, where the groom is stationed. Mrs. i. GtraU Miller Wallach, Goldstein Troth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wallach. of 3310 Durango, Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Sheila, to Mr. Robert Goldstein, son to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, New York City. Miss Wallach attended Washington University School of Fine Arts at St. Louis, Missouri, where she became a member of Sigma Delta Tail Sorority. She was also a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Goldstein, who served with the United States Army, received tin' AB decree at • Pennsylvania State Collage, where he was a member ol Pi Lambda I'hi Fraternity. Pi Lambda Sigma and Delta Sigma Rho Honoraries. He was also a student at NewYork University School of Law, where he received the LLB degree. A member of the New York Bar. he is a partner in the New York law firm of Samuel Goldstein. A June wedding is planned by the betrothed couple. Miss thine Wolfson Miss Wolfson Picks June lor Wedding Elaine Wolfson will wed University of Miami law student Myron Sponder. The engagement is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr and Mrs. Simon Wolfson, L'2'i Antiquera. (oral Gables. A native ol Boston, Massachusetts. Miss Wolfson graduated from Boston schools and came to Miami two years ago. She is presently employed as a receptionist for the law firm of Dubbin. Blatt & Schiff. She is president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah. Mr. Sponder is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sponder, 1005 9th Street. Miami Beach. He attended Brooklyn schools, graduated from Perkiomen Tech and then attend| ed Syracuse University. He received the BBA degree from the University of Miami, where he is currently attending Law School. The wedding date has been set for early June. 4t i -i Herman Murks Markses Celebrate Anniversary; South Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks, of 2835 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at a reception in their honor given by their children on Sunday. They have been residents here since 1925. The reception was held at the home of their son and daughter-inlaw, Attorney and Mrs. Paul H. Marks, 1122 NE 97th Street, Miami Shores. Other children attending included a son. Max. of Miami, who is with the State Insurance Conv missioner: a daughter, Mrs. Joseph B. Imbrey. of Miami; and another daughter, Mrs. Stanley L. Marienthal, of Atlanta, Georgia. Also joining in the festivities were six grandchildren. The celebrating couple were married on February 28, 1904. in Key West. Mr. Marks' father came I to Key West in 1890 and still resides there. He is reported to be I one of its ollest livlrtji pioneenj Among attendants at the couple's' wedding 50 years ago were the' parents of Mitchell Wolfson and I Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz, also Key West pioneers. Some 300 persons attended the reception. Among guests of honor; were Mayor and Mrs. C B. Harvey. ol Key West, Mayor and Mrs. Abe An,novitz. Miami, Vice Mayor and Mrs. Fred B. Hartnett, Coral Gables, Congressman and Mrs, William C. I.antaff. Circuit Judges Qeorge Holt. Marshall Wiseheart and Stanley Milledge and Senator l.eltoy Collins, Tallahassee. Old-time Key West friends present included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Breman, now of Asheville, North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rauzin, 50th Wedding Florida Pioneers, I Atlanta; Jesse Knight, CalgajJ British Columbia Canada; and VitJ tor Behar, London. England. Also among honored guests wen I former Miami Beach Mayor MitdJ ell Wolfson and Mrs. Wolfsani former Miami Beach Mayor de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. Me Mr. Marks' place of business i Key. West was on the corner i Duval and Green Street, whew I supplied residents and Navy sonnel with fruits and vegetakl until his arrival with Mrs. in Miami in 1925. DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERT SATURDAY, I pJ KNESETM ISRAEL CONGREGATI0| 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami SATURDAY, MARCH irk Cvesf Speaker DR. ALEXANDER MUKD0NI Writer and Critic Umk: "MODtKN YIDDISH WR/TEIJ" Airs. Merle Litman Geiserman Confirmed Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Geiserman, was Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Synagogue on Thursday morning, March 4th. % swu/usu TW,VW the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. V.H. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdal. 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ypAY, MARCHy|W +Jewistinr*+Unn PAGE 7 A MOWN PUBLISHER MEETS ITZHUIBEH.I Continued from PW 1 A filing. The inside reminded of (he old style, small family in the North of our country kigh ceiling, small anterooms the eomparatively large parliving and dining rooms. -, were asked in by a uniformed U signed the guest book and faed until eleven o'clock, the exI hour Of our appointment when re to be asked into the Pre* el's office. There, in good EngI* we were greeted warmly and C^ briefly about our states Ed cities. Mr Ben-Zvi then spoke 7bout 15 minutes, summarizing hy now very familiar "Story of a little of its past, much present problems and some of the plans for the future. He dis-, strong leadership qualities who, decussed a number of personal despite his age. was full of energy tails and also explained the signifi-1 and determination, sharp of wit and cance of the many scrolls, pictures and other furnishings in his office. Prior to our departure, while coffee was being served, I presented Mr. Ben-Zvi with an official welcome to our cities of Miami and Miami Beach. As the delegation was leaving, the President came out of his office again, asked for me, and I chatted alone with him. I answered his questions about Miami, Mayor Abe Aronovitz, Miami Beach and Mayor Harold Shapiro who, he understood, had married a sabra, the former Sylvia Chinio. The 67-year-old President was a pleasant surprise. From what I had heard, I did not anticipate meeting a warm personality equipped with Mrs. Stiller Named Represent at ive of JWB Mrs. Sidney Stiller, of 210 SW 54th Avenue, Miami, has been appointed representative of the Women's Organizations' Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board on the Voluntary Service Hospital Advisory Committee at Coral Gables, according to word received here from Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach, New York. lew Tolush Book on Yiddish Writers tows Author as Hero in Literary World VIDDISH WRITERS. Her Tolush. P„r. New York, 1953 319 page.. [Yiddish Writers is a book of MeLirs and sketches of writers, po|j, jnd editorwhom Iser Tolush Jet. Some of them, he met in his anderings on the highways and fcways of 'he world; with some, i was associated since his arrival America. Iser Tolush was always surround| by an aura ol mystery. He has een living on Miami Beach for tiny years and has a reputation fr being the creator of numerous nmantic tales and the author of veral bonkA stocky-looking sn:i "i over mi Idle age, Tolush has je ruddy face ol a mariner, with tubye lashes. He is taciturn and fldom offers an opinion on any iibject discussed on company. Honest, sincere and utterly unisumins, be leads a simple life hd likes it. He loves the "plain" prsonality and feels at home in uch company. When urged by hends or when the spirit moves urn. Tolush will sing feelingly pntimental Yiddish or sad Russian plk songs. I His latest work contains over 40 fetches of writers — some great, near-great Every sketch is Titten in a simple, lyrical style. |e does not employ heavy colors ut prefers them quiet and subued. The superficial reader may wrlook the subtle or pointed pasm. but one with a sharp eye will W miss any of them. [Tolush does not show any anger hate in his memories. He narptes in a familiar, simple language "^casionally injecting a little One readily recognizes and the warmth of friendship, en"asm or disappointment. But [f, r and above all, one finds good and expressions of the joy of His lengthy, well-known sketch Miolem Aseh shows Tolush's ep understanding and psycholog' acumen. Here, he succeeds in "raving the ureat writer in all conflicting moods, with synv "">' and amity. '" his sketch of Dr. Abraham rainik. one finds a comprehene study of the erudite essayist. raimk was misplaced and appar ">' 'ound himself unable to acmmodate himself to his environ nt, Tolush feels. Those who I i m V U ferl ,he P^hos beZe £ Tolush s word the ww finc skp,ch is dev ted ir ^L 0island by Dr Arex Ju s,Kn d m l "trtin a We suspicion that Tolush is savi wh; K h f M u"*oni. himself, 'ofYwJ^ be in SeCOnd V01 TL enters. J; longest sketch i, devoted to kCStanT '^ RUS ian POet Pr S 1 :f t l n Kri,t ''-T 1 ^hmet T'n Switzerland and later in Nw TV\ was ,he fi "t to lure \Z w sh ln Yidd '*h liter %  name of V!* 0 ^ him :h brew) Tolush '"nomad" in T hiol 0 e ( merMs U hero of ""* consistent individual. -Dr Max Lipkind. Tolush to be Honored Here Jewish writer lser Tolush, who recently published a book of literary sketches and essays under the title, Yiddish Writers, will be honored on Sunday, March 7th, 8 p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge, Alton Road and 10th Street. Tolush has already published five books of novels and short stories, which include some of the vicissitudes during his numerous travels throughout central and southern Europe, Russia and Israel. He has also written a collection of short stories about the life of farmers in the United States. His last book .published a few months ago, consists of personal reminiscences and impressions of various literary figures in Jewish We. Dr. Alexander Mukdoni will preside and deliver a critical evaluation of Tolush's works. There will be greeting from various local organizations, as well as from literary figures. replete with a degree of humility and modesty that leads to his dignified aura. Lunch followed with Mr. Walter Kytan, Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and one of the right arms of Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Heading the Bureau, which is comparable to our State Department, Eytan has maintained his post through much political turhulence. A sparkling and seemingjy capable individual, he reminds me of the Abba F.ban school, speaking deliberately, firmly and with an assurance of the facts with which he is dealing. We had lunch at the Tourist Club for the second time since our arrival, and others present included key members of Mr. Eytan's staff. Pressing problems of the moment for the Foreign Ministry were aired — the constantly changing diplomatic climate between fcrael and Syria in their negotiations before the Security Council at the United Nations in New York. Most of our conversation, unfortunately, was off the record. We then left for the headquarters of the Jewish Agency and a eessiori with Dr. G. Josephthal. treasurer, who also heads the Immigration Absorption Department. We went over some of the financial figures of Israel, itspresent economic position, effects of the Black Market and numerous difficulties concerning immigration. The rate of influx for the next few years is anticipated at 10.000 to i 15.000 annually. This will give the State an opportunity to liquidate more of the unwarranted maaborat — the least desirable stage of temporary housing. I discovered that this figure is based on nominal immigration. The big IF. and to which no one has an answer, is the sudden change that could occur anytime in Russia and among its satellite, nations. A relaxed policy there would mean an uncontrolled flocking of Jews into Israel. From Dr. Josephthal's office, there followed a brief tour of the old City of Jerusalem, a visit to the Mandelbaum Gate and a short journey under military guard into no-man's land. This is the only spot now where contact with the Arabs is made. It is also the road used for the annual pilgrimmage on Christmas and Easter. We saw several United Nations cars cross through the border—all prominently displaying flags to preclude attack. „ To finish np one of our "light davs in Israel. I visited the Knesset for a second time. We were present when the 100-member Parliament was voting on the routine matter of changing the official Independence Day date for this year; otherwise, it would fall on the Sabbath. The Secretary of the Knesset told us that the governing body was basically set up with a structure comparable to that of England. Regards, Fred (Shochet) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTKK IS HEREBY OfVEN that tli-undi i signed, denli n to .m i:r I !• fi. minus inline of (1I,< )Br> (HiKEN STAMPS, Ol.OBB TRADING .iw.Mi' in, ,n till I'once in Blvd Coral < iablea. Florid/, Intends to reclater Mid name with (fie Plerk of ihCircuit Court of Da atCounty, Florida. <.I."IIK HTAMP CO., IKC By: I wi Id Jacobeon, Pi i I.NI.I.. i iwnei ) HENRY If. CAIN Ittorne) for Applicant ZSis w. nagler St.. Miami, Florida 1 i-lt-l-U LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166888 ROSAL.TN NEWMAN, Plaintiff GEORGE K NEWMAN, ivfin.lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: flEORUE F. NEWMAN C/o I'.nicl. M, :::il W. 85th St. N.w Yi-rk City*, New York You are hereto notified that a Hill 'i Complaint for Divorce has ii-,-n fii.-il anainsi you, anil you artrequired to •-••iv,. a mil* nf \our Answer of Pleading to tin.Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff'-. Attorney, HAVII.i UKVINE, 123 N.W, rjth Ave., M ami, Florida, and filthe original Answer or Pleading In the office of truClerk of the Circuit Conn on or before tro•til -lay of April, 1934, If you fail to do .~o. Judgment by default will ltaken agalual you for the relief demanded in (he liill of Complaint. Tliin notice ph.ill be published once each week for four consecutive weelcs in Till: JEWISH H.ORIDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of March, A.D. 1S54. E. B, I i:\TIIKUM.\N. i 'lark, 'II i-uit i 'owrt, l >ade County, llortda Bj w M W. HTOCKINO, (Circuit Court Seal) i >• puts I 'lerk DAVID I.i:\IM-: Attorney for I'laruflf 123 S W. 12th A • Miami, Florida 3/.1-12-19 26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166387 AI.I.II-: S. ROL'NTREE, Plaintiff FORREKT II inn NTKKK Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T": PORREHT .11 ROI N'i KJSE Whali \illr. Virginia You ai>nereb) notified that of Complaint for Divorce has I filed against you, ami you %  • • Quired to sseve py of your Ans, %  ; Pleading to I be I -i 11 of C on the plaintiff*! Attorney, DAVID L.EV1NE, 123 N W. 12th A Miami, Florida, ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of ths Circuit Court on or before the :.th dju of April, 1954, If you fail to do so, ludghient by di will be taken against you for thi lief demanded in the Bill ol CompU This notice h ill be published i each week for tour consecutive u,ki In THK JEWISH r'LORIDIAN, DONE AND ORDERED nt M • Florida. thiM Ird da] of March, A.D. r.'M. I-: B. i. i:\TiiKitMA... i lerk. Circuit Court. I lade County, Ilorlda Bj WM \S sToi'KIN'il, (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy ( .eik DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Plalntflf 123 N.W. 12th Ave Miami, l ho 8/3-J2-l-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, il. sirmc to idet he fh-titioUH nn A I.I. MIAMI XI'IM.IAN'CKS JJJ. MI\MI TV SERVICE, at 26--'l W. Flags i si., Intends to restate name with the Clerk of the I Court of liade ( 'oiint y, I Ii EDWIN P KRA88NER sole Owner t,ER A n IRS Atto nej t'-.i Applicant l?s_' v\". Ilagler si. i 5-12-u-je THRIFT SHOP Jewish Home for the Aged 150 N.E. 53rd STREET OUR THRIFT SHOP NEEDS MANY ARTICLES OF POSSIBLE USE TO ITS CUSTOMERS Clothing for men and women, carpets, light furniture, radio and television sets and electrical appliances would be welcomed and appreciated. TELEPHONE 89-8627 TO ARRANGE FOR PICK-UP Shochet to be Welcomed on Return from Israel; 6M Plans.Reception Thursday A rousing homecoming reception honoring Fred K. Shochet, general mobilization chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, willI be held Thursday, March 11th, 8:30 p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Shochet has been touring the State of Israel as a representative >f the Anglo-Jewish press In this country. As a guest of the Israel •jovernment. he joined other newsmen in conferences with top personalities and in tirst hand observation of the States growth and expanding economy. The General Mobilization Division launched its community drive on February 18th at a workers ral •y attended^ by some 1,500 volun teers. Chairmen of community areas wUl get MS member, oi the RecepUoa Committee in charge of arrangements. These include George Talianoff. Miami Beach; George Chertkof, Miami; Stanley C. Myers Coral Gables; Irving Lax, Flag ler-Granada; Nelson S. Chaplin, West Miami; Mrs. Nathan Becker and Mrs. William Kneapler, Hialeah-Miami Springs; Mrs Fred Blank, North Dade: Jacob I litt. North Miami Beach; Louis Wallace, North Miami Beach; and Sidney Peckett. Homestead. The General Mobilization drive is being conducted in ulna municipal areas and a total community goal of $99,106 has been Ml in the neighborhood-by-neighborhood solicitation. In addition to the area chairmen, campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner, and Federation president, Carl Weinkle. will head the list of iignitariee to welcome Shochet PJ H^ to this community. I Yiddish-American I VAUDEVILLE On Screen e Jane Wyman lay Millond "UVS DO IT AGAIN" Technicolor OPEN 1:45 SUNDAY thru THURSDAY, MAR 7 11 ST AIRING Irving GROSSMAN Diana GOLDBERG WITH S 0THEI ARTISTS Irving Pietrack and Orch. Directed by Leon Schochter Save at Hie Matinee All Seats 7.c .CAMEO. WASH. AVt AT 15 ST. GRAND OPENING 8 P.M. TONIGHT Open Daily 2 n.m. -10 D.m. Thereafter DINNER KEY AUDITORIUM Sponsored by Hi* City ot MUml, Florida



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SIDAY. MARCH 5, 1954 +Jewlst) Fkr/dUar) PAGE 3 A orth Shore Center Dedication Exercises laffed Sunday; Dr. Mohse Davis to Speak Dedication exercisej lor the lay• of the cornerstone of the "only rt'nical. contemporary synagogue enter in the South" will be held nnday nr-hi at the North Shore „I.!I Center More than 500 perD n< arc expected to attend the projam at the Center, 620 75th Lot. Miami. Beach, scheduled for p.m. 1 T ,ifoshe Davis, provost of the #ish Theological Seminary of oerka a n d co-director of the ncriciin Jewish History Center, be principal speaker. Anouncement of the program was hade by Morris Black and Sam Greenfield, co-chairmen of the jedJcatinri twcrcises. Dr. Davis is chairman of the bicentenary Committee of the Lnerkan Jewish Historical Society nd is considered one of the naI'I utstanding authorities on the st 300 years of Judaism in the States. Mayorof four Greater Miami ommunitie^ will participate in the Irogram. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of lliami anil Mayor Shepard Broad if Bay Harbor Islands have prepared special statements for the occasion. Mayor Harold Shapiro of Minted from the social hall by a movable hall. For special occasions, the wall may be removed, affording total seating capacity for 1,300 per sons. The present structure has been remodeled to serve the dual functions of a synagogue and a social hall until the entire center can be completed A special memorial plaque will be presented to Mrs. Sydney C. Lyons in memory of the outstanding work by her late husband in starting the new Center's building program. Rabbi Abramowitz, born in Jerusalem, came to Miami Beach in 1951 after six years overseas in the Army Chaplain Corps and as director of emmigration for the Joint Distribution Committee in Italy. View of North Shore Jewish Center for which ground will be broken Sunday. Fournier Will Perform Dvorak Concerto With UM Orchestra; Caracas to be Feted Cellist Pierre Fournier will be Imf Beach will be on the platform ^ so oj h University of %  long tti'h Mayor Royal Jonas of M ,„, c fc ^..L.ll ny .} fcnrth Bay Village and Vice Mayor Joseph Gardner of Bay Harbor Islands. A special cantata, The Foundation 01 Jewish Life, written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. will be lung by the choir of the Center, under the direction of A. Louis Mechlowitz. Cantor Edward Klein lll direct th-.' musical portion of program. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual eader of the Miami Beach Jewish tenter, will give the invocation, %  nd Rabbi Simon April, president Y the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will offer the benediction. The North Shore Jewish Center hni designed by Architect Tony fherman. "We reasoned that conemporary architecture could be nade to .serve the spiritual, social cultural needs of today's Jew^h life and that's what has been one," Rabbi Abramowitz said. As an example of what he meant, labbi Abramowitz pointed to the pwer which will soar to a height ax -t*nces the eaenlaa ef the MIAMI ANIMAL HOSPITAL and BOARDING KENNELS 2418 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida HOUISi Daily, I •.-. H •* Wed. aeSea., t a.-, te 12 neon Evening by Aapehiteaent Pheiie M-7W1 TWENTV SEVENTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, conduce FOURNIER 'cellist The Program it dedicated at a Muttcal Salute to the City and People of Caracaa, Venezuela The entire concert ie to be produced and recorded by the Voice of America for re.broadcast over Venezuela Radio Network SUN. EVE., MAR. 7th. 8:30 — MON. EVE.. MAR. 8th, 8:30 Miami Beach Auditorium Dade County Auditorium Single Tickets: $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 • $1.50 "VrA, GREETINGS U\l\ll\\\n:. Incorporated SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRISH. Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami Florida Phone 3-5491



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i^JliB\w]islbJEIliOjpidiigun MIAMI. aORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1954 SEC. B Writer Finds Israel's New 9ewibe Eaw Mfeets fteed By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP Recently, a variety of incidents, mostly unpleasant, have turned a ,ome*bat glaring spotlight on Israel's National Service Law. In land, itself, this law has for months been the subject of heated controversy and discussion. Now, a number of Jewish bodies within the United States have taken up cudgels—pro and con—and have even managed to bring this matter (and the misunderstandings that simultaneously surround and veil it) to the attention of the press. All this makes it high time for us to try to sort out the relevant facts and figures, distinguish truth from wild rumor and find out what is what. Lets start trom the beginning. What is the National Service Law? Passed by Israel's Parliament on August 26. 1953. the law provides for civilian service for girls exempt from regular military service on religious grounds and stipulates that such girls (between 18 and 26) \ be drafted into national service for two years. What does "national service" mean? Just exactly what it says. It meson that these young women, who are not required to enter the army and are placed therefore in the category of conscientious objectors, should none the less serve their nation in non-military fields of activity. These include (among others) work in religious agricultural settlements, in immigrant settlements and in sundry educational medical and social welfare institutions where they will work as civilians in civilian clothing. These pious girls (or girls influenced by their pious families) will be supervised by women inspectors of the Ministry of Labor. Whenever and wherever possible, they will be stationed as near home as Youth to Sponsor Coronation Ball for CJA March 14th at Empress Hotel The second annual Coronation Ball sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal Young Adults group will be held on Sunday evening. March 14th, 9 p.m., at the Empress Hotel. Co-chairmen Mrs..Gordon Marmorstein and Jack Dickson have announced that eleven organizations hive formed a Sponsoring Committee to make plans for the annual social event which attracted more than 500 young persons to the first affair last year. Buddy Becker's orchestra will play, and a program of entertainment, featuring local celebrities will highlight the evening. At a meeting held Monday evening, reports were heard from Mrs. Marmorstein. Ruth Dixon, Stanley Abrahams and Phyllis Gelbard. The Committee on Arrangements includes Sandy Silberman, Murray Ritter, Arline Imber, Sylda Botwin, Rhoda Granat, Isabel Pugatsky, Fran Grosswald, Bobbie Greene, Bert Moss. Morton Ersthng, Mickie Doych, Marvin Mete, Stanley Saal. Gloria Asher, Archie Goodwin, Stanley JosowiU, Tedi Miller and Sarita Spiro. Young Adult organizations comprising the Sponsoring Committee are Sharet Chapter, BBYW, Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, BBYW, Star Chapter, BBYW, Coral Gables Jewish Center Young Adults, Junior Hadassah, Miami Beach Jewish Center Young Adults, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Young Adults League, Miami Young Adults Zionist District, North Shore Jewish Center Young Adults Club. IZFA and Miami Beach Masada. The Youth and Young Adults Division have a combined quota of $3,200 in the 1954 Combined Jew ish Appeal. The annual Coronation Ball is one of the fund raising functions designed to achieve this amount. Herbert Soule, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is acting as advisor and coordinator of the Young Adults Division. Balkin on Tour Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, addressed the Marvin A. Roth Lodge of B'nai B'rith at Daytona Beach on Monday at Temple Beth El. On Wednesday, Balkin spoke before the Alpha Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at Pensacola, where he described the current ADL program. can be arranged—and allowed to sleep at home after work. Additionally—girls who arc so devout that they never leave their family circle even for study or work will be wholly exempted. Who voted for this law? A large majority of the Parliament, including the two religious parties, Mizrachi and the Poel Hamizrachi. Did the Chief Rabbinate issue any edict against the law? No. The Rabbinate expressed concern on the matter of girls raised in highly and unusually sheltered homes. But it at no time directed the religious parties to leave the coalition or to vote against the National Service Law. Do any of the religious girls potentially involved in the National Service now work outside their family circle? Yes—many of them. Scores of these young women for whom absolute and total exemption from any active contribution to the welfare of the State Is demanded find that their traditions in no way preclude their getting government jobs or working in private establishments^—any and all of which needless to say, are more lucrative than National Service. Much of the hue and cry raised over the law has come from ignorance of its provisions. Most people who discuss it with raised voices do not know the basic structures or stipulations—nor are they able to explain why this one, numerically small, part of the population is to be permitted to live as though on an island of its own, scot-free and devoid of obligations even to a democratic state which implicitly and explicitly recognizes and respects their special situation. This is neither a healthy nor a just demand. History is colored and brightened by the legends handed down through the ages about those who served behind the lines and without a uniform. Surely it ill-behooves a pious daughter of Israel to refuse to nurse the wounded or to teach the newcomer—or to work the soil — particularly since all these truly blessed activities are to be within the framework of a pious way of life. Shown displaying now democracy car cards which will be carried on the buses of the various bus transit systems of Dad? County from February 15th to March 15th are (left to right) Mayor David Hendrick. of Coral Gables, Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami. Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, Dr. Kurt Peiser, member of the Executive Committee, Dade County" Council on Community Relations, and Norman Peterson, secretary of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. Produced by the Institute for American Democracy, the car cards ars being sponsored by the Dade County Council on Community Relations. Dade's Prominent Civic Workers rill Head Committees for Women's Function Some of Dade County's most prominent civic workers have been named to head committees for the Share Your Sunshine luncheon sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division on March 15th at the Miami Beach Auditorium. According to the general chairman, Mrs. Morris Alpert, more than 150 women have volunteered to serve as committee chairmen and hostesses at the unusual garden party expected to attract some 2.000 women. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff has accepted chairmanship of the Miami mount S mat HOSPITAL noS? Tu cker fi t lady of show business, is pictured anThuS? Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual jubilee held usl cu!? ev ning at the Miami Beach Auditorium, with Sam^ner. hospital executive director. ttrandein Women Seek Member* Over 150 new members are expected to attend the annual membership teas of the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, according to Mrs. Alexander Robbins, general membership chair. The teas will be held at 1:30 p.m.. Friday, in the homes of Mrs. Jack S. Mintzer, 6440 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Harold Thurman, 3801 Riviera Drive, Coral Gables. Membership in the group totals 600, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president, said. She added that the national membership in the committee numbers over 40,000 women in 79 chapters. Book reviews will be given at both teas. Mrs. Joseph Narot will review at the Miami Beach tea. and Mrs. Max Shapiro is slated to review at the Miami tea. Program chairman is Mrs. Harold Turk. Arrangements are being handled by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, Mrs. Aaron Fair, Mrs. Robbins. Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. Nathan Strauss and Mrs. Thurman. Fry Play on Boards Next University of Miami drama presentation will be Christopher Wry's adaptation of the French play, Ring Round The Moon. It opens at the Ring Theater on March 9th and will play through March 20th. Seymour Samet Samet to Conduct Talks on Prejudice March Institute for Parents of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Nursery Schools will present Seymour Samet, executive director of the Southeastern Region of the American Jewish Committee, in a discussion at all three schools on: Does Prejudice Begin In The Home. Samet will point up the parents' role in creating attitudes in children which become part of their personality. The Institutes, to which the public is invited, will take place Monday night, March 8th, 8:15 p.m., at the Beach Branch, 1536 Bay Road: Tuesday .night, March 9th, 8:15 p.m., at the Town Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue; and Wednesday night, March MHh, 8:15 p.m., at the Flagler-Granada School, 50 NW 51st Place. Mrs. Max G Gettinger is County Nursery School Committee chairman, and chairmen of the Nursery School PTA's at the branches are as follows: Mrs. Seymour Samet, Town Branch; Mrs. Maurice Dann, Flagler-Granada; and Mrs. Samuel Zibit, Beach Branch. Committee which is designed'to secure participation of Miami" residents in the unique luncheon affair. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens and Mrs. Max Weiti will head the Program Committee. The group is arranging a fast-moving show featuring top names in the entertainment world. Five-day-a-week F e d e r a tion workshops have been organized where volunteers work out the hundreds of details necessary to insure success of the big production. Heading the workshop group will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Harry Zukernick. Mrs. Saul Herman and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen will serve as co-chairmen of the Catering Committee, a group responsible for arranging 2,000 luncheons at the record-breaking affair. All women's organizations have pledged full cooperation in the final Combined Jewish Appeal gifts function sponsored in the Women's Division. Over 7,500 invitations are being forwarded to members throughout Dade County, inviting their participation. Named to head the Community Organizations Committee are Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and Mrs. Sol Silver man. all active in nationally prominent women's groups. Share-Your-Sunshine With Someone In Need has been selected as the theme of the afternoon. According to Mrs. Alpert, "This 'Luncheon Unlimited' is open to all women in Dade County who realize the need for plus-giving In this campaign—who realized women's place in our community affairs." The Luncheon Unlimited will be the campaign climax of the Women's Division gifts affairs and will combine in one afternoon three fund raising events formerly sponsored in the Combined Jewish Appeal. Purim Play Presented By Beth David PTA Call Me Mister was the title of a Funm play presented at a meeting of Beth David PTA on Monday evening. Acting as the king was Murray Baum. Charles Z. Spingarn, Myron Warshaw, Jules Weiss, Phil Abrarns, Robert Purisch and Ralph Bogish were counsellors. Mrs. Jerome Gordon was wardrobe mistress. Others included the Mesdames A. Samess, Sadie; Michael Covin, talkative Tonya; Adele Levin, shapeless Sonya; Albert Levine, Miss Fatsy Patsy; J. Stern, thrift Rivki; Samuel J. Chavin. Queen Esther; and Judith Chernoff. Herald. • Musical accompaniment was by Mrs. Phil Abrams, with Mrs. Louis Schwartzman directing.



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PAGE 8B +Je*isl>ncr**J TODAY, MARCH 5, lg Langer Named Delegate of Florida Bar To Inter-American Bar Group Conference Marshall J. Langer, Miami Beach attorney, has been named official delegate of The Florida Bar and of the Dade County Bar Association to the eighth conference of the InterArrerican Bar Association. The cure lave is scheduled at "the new Jaragua Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on March 15th through 22nd. Langer, a member of the law firn of Abbott, Burris and Langer, also has been elected as one of the . HOUR School strike It Men 10-00 Thl.lttle Show 1C:15. Valiant Lady io.io Jack Paar Show 10:481 Circus .Midnight Lamp unto r*t Look l'i>, I.lve 11:00 Del Ku.-so 11:15 11:30! 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Mother's Fish D'Oeuvres, a "bite-1 size" version of Gefilte Fish, come j in one-pound jars containing about | 40 portions. In addition to serving gefilte fish' as a part of the Passover dinner,' many housewives have found that it makes a nice lunchtime sandwich —gefilte fish combined with matzoh, with a dash of horseradish. Salads also can be made up of gefilte fish balls combined with raw carrot sticks and lettuce and tomatoes.—S. f. (complete and SbependaHe cJiJIe &iw* M IAMI TITLS 1 & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IH DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title lueraace Pelkiei el Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. 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Combining THE JEWKHtfNm and THE JEWISH WEEKLY DLUME 28—Number 10 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS L rab Revolts Bring Ben-Gurion. To Tel Aviv merican Middle Eastern Policies Are Assailed Here fisis Period May be iproaching Area, ithorities Warn WASHINGTON (JTA> — The efliveness of a United States polJ for thr Middle East based on Ining ihe friendship of the Arab' ties and arming them to aid in jense of (he non-Communist fid was challenged this week fen military uprisings unseated I of the Arab dictators whose Indship the stale Department own attempting to win, and I stability of the entire Middle Jt was rocked. leteran authorities on the MidlEast warned this week that a r and more intense period of Cle^'aV' 0 i,pproachin tor he Pseph c Harrison, overseas T ed '"' r f '"e Christian |nce Monitor, who spent sevliiwrf? I* a corres Pndent in Piddle ha-., reviewing the sition there warned of pending fie also ,n Saudi Arabia. The ftry. he said, despite its oil royfc; a nd o n he Ver e of ^ktow?ng: hV,ng n in !" !" IngSaud. he added "has fallen fen u Li 1 1 ? !" 0 o' anti-westK^^-nti-American Mrs. and there is a possibilNh ,.! reverse his father's B S,a,e;" Pera,ing Wlth ,he i Harrison also pointed out llry mo ? We ,0 brin h FO into an American-support^nse pact with Pakistani U^wse a f 0rmula for JJ. Eban Confers I e th.wl m T Mu "* lv foil. k ,hat the US was Bfe ^velopments in bent was f „r,h n ffici L ri k forth coming. ft was K however, that the departlian D s| S"tficance in the fth* Su a ? a E f p ian dispu,e r e ^uez canal blockade was ]Je United Nations, the Seri las w eek ^^ 1-8 some SFael C0m P^nt lestern P agreen 'ent among h wel WCd The Weste !" lany aP r reP T ed *lcUnt to |h b a a d Sa a d0 L A bba Eban ot IKith.nd" 8 confe !" <* this |r Bol^T wret "? of State lag es il haMh US Gover ^ •dwnr12 pnnci Pe with the I advanced by l srae on th€ H K-S un P d S b '^de denyIgh n T c nd sh, P s Psge Loth SuM Can l nd acEC" con !" ng IsraelI confer Were a,so bussed ^ Re von Shiloah also parlappreiL • stressed .Is IffSn 2 Ver Pr >0 l EZ£? rn "itary aid to any United States Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (right). General David Sarnoff (third from left) and leaders of the bench, bar and industry join in honoring Rabbi Israel Goldstein (second from left) for his work as president of the Jewish Conciliating Board of America during the past 25 years. Left is Louis Richman, executive secretary of the organization, presenting a Scroll of Appreciation to the Jewish leader. Rabbi Miller is Named Head Of American Zionist Council NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi Irv ing Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, was elected chairman of the American Zionist Council at a meeting of the plenum—the governing body—of the Council at the Astor Hotel. He succeeds to the post vacated by Louis Lipsky, who served as chairman of the Council since 1949. Lipsky announced some months ago his intention to withdraw from the chairmanship at the end of his term of office. The plenary meeting was attended by representatives of the Council's eight constituent organizations with a total membership of 750.000. These organizations are Zionist Organization of America, Hadassah, Happoel Hamizrachi, Mizrachi Organization of America, Labor Zionist Organization of America J'oale Zion, Zionists-Revisionists of America, Progressive Zionist League (Hashomer Hatzair) and United Zionist Labor Party (Achdut Avodah-Poale Zion). The meeting elected Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Lipsky honorary chairmen. Other officers elected were vice chairman, Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, and Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of the Mizrachi Organization of America; treasurer, Charles Bick, former president of Hapoel Hamizrachi and incumbent treasurer of the American Zionist Council; secretary, Paul Goldman, general secretary of the United Zionist Labor Party. Rabbi Miller's election coincides with plans to enlarge the scope of activities of the American Zionist Council. These plans were approved at a meeting of the first American Zionist Assembly held in New York City early in December, 1953. The scope of the Council's new program includes the fostering of Jewish culture and Hebrew language in American Jewish life, the intensification of Zionist youth work and greater Zionist participation in American Jewish communal affairs. Former Premier Arrives to View Security Problems TEL AVIV (JTA>—David BenGurion, former Premier of Israel, Monday left his place of retreat in the Negev and came to Tel Aviv to confer with Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon on problems of Israel's security arising from the revolutions which took place in Egypt and Syria during the last few days. This was the first time that Mr. Ben-Gurion left his home in Sdeh Boker to come to Tel Aviv since his retirement. Lavon and leaders of Israel's armed forces emphasized in public statements that the Israel Army is prepared to guard the borders of the country against any danger that might flare up as a result of the instability of the neighboring Arab countries. The Defense Minister said that in the present unstable situation, adventurers among the Arab leaders might be encouraged to attempt to attack Israel. He underlined the fact that giving arms to such states is "like giving matches to pyromaniacs" and added that the Arab regimes were as unstable as "paper houses which collapse in the slightest breeze." • The Arab League Lavon declared, is only an "artificial name" which means nothing but hatred for foreigners and for Israel. The League has proved its inability to solve even internal Arab problems. He contrasted this situation with that in Israel where democracy exists, and the "Premier nominates the Army Chief of Staff and not vice versa" as in the Arab countries. Destruction Of Israel Besides outlining the army's defense potentialities, Lavon asserted that its greatest task was in helping the integration of many youngsters and new immigrants into Israeli life. Through its pioneering corps, he said, the army was preparing thousands of farmers and settlers. Gen. Moshe Dayan. Army Chief of Staff, told ii public meeting that Col. Gamel Abdel Nasser, the Egyptian Army officer who unseated Gen. Naguib as Premier and who apparently remains as Premier even with Naguib's return to the Presidency, sought, among his various aims, the destruction of Israel. Gen. Dayan said that the IsCentinued en Peoe 4 A "Mr. President" rs Man of Strength, Dignity: Jewish Floridian Publisher Meets Ben-Zvi One of the most interesting days of our stay, in Israel was that on which our delegation of publishers was privileged to meet with the President of Israel, Itzhak Ben-Zvi. This particular day was filled with invitatiops to out, standing officers of the State. But, of course, the highlight would be meeting the President. We left Tel Aviv, at 8:30 a.m., for Jerusalem. This is about an hour and three-quarter picturesque drive. The road is still spotwith the remaining and rusting wrecks of trucks and carsthat were hit by enemy fire during the seige of Jerusalem. We were met upon arrival by our official escort of the day. Pinchas E. Lapide, attached to the Foreign Ministry Office. Lapide will be remembered, among his other personal achievements, for his best seller, The Prophets Of San Necandro. After a short briefing on Israel protocal — which included the form of greetPresident" — we drove a few blocks from the center of the town to Bet Hanosi, Israel's White House. A very small and unpretentious structure, it faces on what we would call a little alley. Lapide told us that it was only at the most insistent pressure that "Mr. President" agreed to move out of his former wooden dwelling into these present quarters. He yielded when told that it was not becoming for the State to rein his previous s u rroundings. Even then, he and Mrs. Ben-Zvi lived in a wooden structure on the grounds until recently, during the refurbishing and alteration program which to the date of our visit had not as yet been completed. He is quite "expense conscious" and does not want to spend money urgently needed for other pressing matters. Going through the gate, I found a small distance of some 15 feet before I reached the door of the



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—— PAGE 4A Published svery Friday sines 1?7 by ths J w n Floridlan ll N E. Sixth Street Miliml ^JJ^SS Entered H second-class matter July 4. 1930 L at the POII Telephonea^lUJj^^lif arantee the Kahtcolumns. ^fittffiSSS, 5.00 lca"n AMoliItion"o'r EnaTieh-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. _^_^_—— ———— FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN N ews Editor Friday. March 5. 1954 Adar 30. 5714 Number 10 Contrast for Thought Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' fact finding tour to the Near East seems a long time away. But most of us recall his return to Washington and the report he made to some forty million Americans on television at that time. Mr. Dulles said that his short trip through the trouble spot area taught him more than ten years of close contact with the Washington scene had succeeded in doing. To demonstrate that he learned his lesson well, the State Secretary informed this nation's people that the Arab League feared Zionism more than Communism and that American foreign policy must be geared toward placating this fear and developing "traditional" US-Arab friendship. Since then. Mr. Dulles attended a Big Four Power conference in Berlin, which he subsequently left with a deep sense of disappointment as a result of its essential failure, and embarked upon a trip to be present at the interAmerican conference in our own hemisphere. We wonder what he is think at this point. The Near Eastern Moslem area, one which he only last year characterized as being unified in its friendship for the West except insofar as USIsrael relations are concerned, exploded several days ago. Egypt's strong man. General Naguib, was deposed and again reinstated as President after a matter of 48 hours in several lightning political and military maneuvers that still leave observers wondering. Almost simultaneously, there was the overshrow in Syria of Colonel Shishekly. one of the most rabid anti-Israel leaders. Shishekly was perhaps the sternest voice raised in Arab League councils against the Jewish State. It seems to us that one of the most accurate remarks thusfar made about these explosions came from Israel's Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon, who said this week that the upheavals give the lie to Moslem stability and that the Lecgue is only "an artificial name." Cogent proof is finally being brought home that the State Department's fact finding tour last year was little more than a dud. American foreign policy changed considerably alter Mr. Dulles' report. Arab lobbies in Washington assumed a major and. at times, belligerent role as US leaders wooed their favor. There appears little doubt to us that our nation's position in the Kibya affair at the UN last October was strongly influenced by this change. What can our statesmen be thinking now that Arab dictators, whose friendship they had been attempting to win, find themselves unseated so unceremoniously? Israel's Mr. BenGurion and his quiet retirement to Sdeh Boker might offer a startling contrast for their thoughts. He is Misunderstood United States Ambassador to Cuba Arthur Gardner has denied that he made anti-semitic remarks attributed to him by a New York daily newspaper columnist. Mr. Gardner made his denial in a letter to Henry Edward Schultz. national chairman of B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League. As we understand it, the Ambassador defended himself on these grounds: He had made "an innocent reference" to the Jewish people 4TA Herblock in the Washington Post It Seems to be Slopped Up Somewhere During The Week .. .A* %  s By LEO MINDLIN THE DEMOCRATIC LABBL 1$ NOW the property oi have been unwilling to recognize evil, or who bent to whispered i from the lips of traitors." These are some of the words <*„„ McCarthy pitched out to the crowd* who heard him last month „i embarked on a nine-speech tour which the Republican National Co mittee helped to schedule and which its leaders hope will influent,, 1954 elections. The stamp of b,is party is undeniable, but the of his colleagues seems now to be. wavering. The ,speaking tour jumped off from Washington's national: where Senator McCarthy left behind his Cadillac auto "donate^ well-wishers in the sovereign state of Texas. He stepped into a u mouth Oil Company private DC-3 and waited for the first stop Charleston, West Virginia. This was the beginning of the jauntZ. which later came his observations about the unhappy condition of tL Democrat who wears "the political label stitched with the idiocy ,J1 Truman, rotted by the deceit of an Acheson, corrupted by the ] slime of a White." The Cadillac auto and the oil company airplane, all son, blessed by the holiness of the National Association of Manufai4 c „ undeniably speak the spirit of Republicanism. Bat the daze of ugl thy as a one-man investigation committee, despite this blessing, appJ to be over. Perhaps such an optimistic observation is made too I at least, his colleagues who are higher up in the party, incl President of the United States, now show a sudden desire to I Wisconsin Senator's monomania. The unfortunate thing in the erltire matter is that Me ancient foes, the staunch liberals of the Roosevelt Truman era, L their opportunity to express in positive fashion what they have! many years now been stating in philosophical terms: that McCarts, resents a danger to the American's constitutionally guaranteed! and that he must be stopped, if at all possible. During the week of February 8, ISM, Wisconsin's a legislator presented to the Senate a request for $214,000 to i the work of his permanent sub-committee on investigations. H ite targets seemed somehow paralyzed. As philosophers and on the nature of free government, they have expounded volu in the role of practical leaders they were bested by fear or i or both. A total of eighty-five Senators lent their approval i thy's request. \nli Shore Moves Ahead North Shore Jewish Center will break ground for its new building on Sunday. We take this opportunity of greeting the congregation and wishing it well. The north end of our city is one of the most rapidly growing areas here. Keeping pace with this growth has been the North Shore Jewish Center. Its Religious School has offered opportunity for spiritual instruction to our youth, while the Center, as a whole, has been playing an increasingly significant role in Greater Miami's cultural life. With a host of new and more complete facilities to be found in the North Shore Jewish Center's future home, we are certain the congregation will make even greater strides than heretofore. Pleasant tonfirinalion An American Jewish Committee report that JeWs overwhelmingly wish to retain their traditional identity should evoke a sense of pride in us but no sense of surprise. Most of those queried in the various age levels indicated similar experience with regard lo anti-Semitism, inter-marriage and community relations. Some 94 percent expressed warm and favorable attitudes on the subject of Israel and Zionism, and, as we recall after perusing the report, very few of those questioned — about seven percent — showed any interest in moving to the Jewish State. Primarily America-centered and happy to be citizens of this country, those who participated in the AJC study nontheless spoke strongly for a Jewish community within the framework of our nation's society. What we found most heartening in the report is that fully eight out of ten adults and some 97 percent of the teen agers queried replied in terms of religion when asked to define "Jewishness." The signs of these results are all about us in our own city. While a good deal still remains to be done before we can feel that our Jewish community here is totally alive to its responsibilities and participates in terms of its traditional experience, the fact remains that our at a St. Andrews dinner, explained Mr. Gardsynagogues, centers, religious schools and ner. and its meaning was subsequently torn leisure-time agencies fairly burgeon with activ out of context ity for y and oW ^ We can well understand the miured statesTr. atrc • •• o man's feelings — especially since he counts '^ bcientific Research Department among his very warmest friends "many of JewP'^santly confirms what we have been susish birth." peering for some rime. THESE INCLUDED SOME OF THE most heroic names Golden Age between the years 1932-1952. Only one man displi courage of his anti-McCarthy convictions — Arkansas Democrat' Fulbirght. Those who tapped the precocious boy on the back j approval included Hubert Humphrey (Minnesota), Paul Doujlaij nois), Herbert Lehman (New York) and Wayne Morse (Oregon).| of these men 1 know personally. Witfi one I had occasion t politics a number of times. Always, they, as their colleagues, i profound concern for McCarthy's tactics, our government's i state its official distaste and the general population's willm support a wild-cat legislator with notoriously little care for terests. What was it that made these out-spoken guardianof cons' right knuckle under? It certainly could not have been Mc mand for a roll-call vote — one of tin typical intimidation signed to get everyone but himself on the record and to ma able those of his enemies he is preparing to attack Whan reason, an opportunity is lost, and more ground has been those in Washington upon which to fight their batt 1< against in government. Despite the fact that President Eisenhower is now calling forj of Senator McCarthy's terrifying power, the egg-head is really r head instead of a word used by brash men in politicwho flouri climate of ignorance. Professor Milton R. Konvitz, of Cornell University's Schoolg dustrial and Labor Relations, two weeks tiler Senator JfcOJ quest, told an American Jewish Congress Institute on CM1 that administrators "have a right to dislike eggheads. Intel have never been liked," he explained. "So we say to these! don't ask you to love us, but be sure we will not let you either." This is some of the spirit that sparked the KoosevelM era and that is still reflected in the remarks of Humphrey," Lehman, Morse and many others. But it is a spirit unbolstered I time by action. Thus has a McCarthy invaded the campuses nation and their academic freedom, as Professor Konvitt Stephen S. Wise Congress House in New York. Thus has the intellectual in our time failed hiKovernnwll the path had been shown him by five previous tdmimsiratMBj which he could travel to carry out his role in the tIra "J a \j political and social development. If Washington dislikes the e|" it is so that its leaders may identify themselves with the woral elements — the uninformed — and seek their support. II that intelligence on Capitol Hill had a chance here to still McCarthy as it has always said it wanted and to bring I day the opportunity for independence of thought But son* pened. The moment was instead seized by President Eiseno acts from totally different motives. McCarthy may soon seemingly be stilled. Yet he •" ceeded in perpetuating the greatest of all untruththat subversion are one. Ben-Gurion Reaches Tel Aviv for Talks Continued from Pag* 1 A rael Army would take care to prevent the realization of Col. Nasser's goal in this instance. Presenting a quick review of the problems facing the Israel armed service, the Chief of Staff said that the army must rc-cquip itself, at a cost of millions of Israeli ponds. He stressed the fact that Israel gets no arms from any source unless It pays for them. He added that even if Israel could get arms grants, it would not accept them at the cost of its independence. Col. iuhak Rabin, chief of the Israel army training command, reported that the army's major accomplishment in the past year was to train 15,000 new officers. The palace revolt m the Army revolution tinue to be the chief M cussion here While the l thorities continue watcra to the South and -North' special movements ot curity forces have On the financial ex raeli pound was repor made gains again* gold following news Arab revolts Among the I>nes* north of Israelthere *i over the downfall of O whose reginv %  • DSMsive measures W msam—* to suppreF revolt only • 1— ~



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rs. Press to be Honored as Bond Salesman of Year at Di Lido on 24th of the Jewish National Fund CounA dinner honoring the bond Lfe'sman of the year, Mrs Miriam |pi% will be tendered by the Israel i?nter of ceremonies. Representing the event's sponsoring city. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami will present Florida's chief executive. Members of the Governor's official party, Dade and tliami commissioners, plus ExpoCommittee members will be given brief introductions. Many of the nearly 200 Miami krea manufacturers taking part in |he exposition will exhibit and in numerous in>tances demonstrate tome of thin more than 10.000 products. The exposition will be open from : ti 10 p.m.. lor 10 days with four hudrville actand organ recitals piilfd each ji'ernoon and evening. wild life exhibit of live jungle hnimals and r;ire birds will profide an extra • ntertainment attraction for tin; ear's show. John s Ga>saway is managing Sirector. \ Ural Voodlel J 1 35 \i SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Unit with Soup, French frkt, or Condied Yams fresh Vegetables ond Coffee not Biscuits and H*n*y ALSO SMIHG DHICIOUS "A fOOO. STIAKS emd CHOPS CHICK INN "01 S.w. 27* AVENUE Phone 4-9539 cil in South Florida; vice president and Bond chairman of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah. She is a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation. An organizational meeting for the function was held earlier this week in the Algiers Hotel, and workers heard Mrs. Ratner praise Mrs. Press for her "untiring efforts' toward the establishment and de velopment of the State of Israel.' Simha Rubenstein to Address Seminar Simha Rubenstein, noted Hebraist, will lecture at the third session of the Hebrew teachers' seminar on Wednesday, March 10th, 9 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He will discuss the contribution of the veteran Hebrew teachers to Jewish education in America. Rubenstein gained his early education in Teachers College, Jerusalem, studied at the University of Chicago and received the Master's degree at Teachers' College, Columbia University. He is a regular contributor to Hebrew periodicals and magazines. He is editor of HaDoar LaNoar. Rubenstein is also well-known throughout the United States as the author of Elements Of Hebrew, a Hebrew text which is found in Jewish schools internationally. The lecture is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. David Freed man will act as chairman. PAGE 5. Society Meets Friday Regular meeting of the Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will be held Friday evening. March 5th, at the home of Mrs. Jack Miller. 1440 SW 31st Avenue. CARMEN CAVALLARO POET Of THE PIANO PLUS SOCIETY DINNER DANCING LA RUE RESTAURANT No Cover — No Minimum VE1EZ fOK RESERVATIONS 1111 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-47*9 IEAT YOURSELF/ to a superb DINNER ^* •onight famous rj ALTli cmithu \ DIETARY LANS OBSERVED ISRAEL BOND FUNCTION: Mrs. Miriam Press (left) will be guest of honor at an Israel Bond dinner to be held in the Di Lido Hotel on Wednesday, March 24th, in tribute to her as "bond salesman of the year." Center is Rabbi Abraham Cassel, who will be master-of-ceremonies, and at right Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, chairman of the event. Guest Speaker Saturday Rabbi Louis J. Lelirfield, spiritual leader at the Austin Jewish Community Center in Chicago, now visiting the Miami area, will be the guest speaker during Saturday services at the Hebrew academy. Rabbi Lehrfield is vice president of ihe Rabbinical Council of America and president of the Rabbinical Council of Chicago. 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laCAY MARCH 5,1954 +JelstFk>rldHan North Miami Beach TTecord in CM community soL'Uon was chalked up at a Pace 5i cocktail party at the home Iff and Mrs. Louis Wallace in Isorih Miami Brach. AccordinR to an announcement |^hairnu-n of the North Miami IMR area. Louis Wallace and JaK* Plitt. lift* at ,h0 pace ett ? r |t amounted to $1,115. cond.ttin an increase of 218 percent pCgXsin 'lie same area in last KITS campaign. The North Miami Beach group is „f (he fieneral Mobilization (Division ami was established three %  years ago. If Among contributors whose ]pledges were responsible for the IrMord-breakini" increase were: Mr. land Mrs. David Augustus, Mr. end |Mrs. Morris Kassman, Mrs. George IKlein, Jules Klion, Joseph KoIjianer. Evelyn Kassman, Issie LeIvinthal. Mrs. Jesse Miller, Hy NoIvinsnn. Jacob Plitt, Mr. and Mrs. ISamuel Pollock. Gerald Schwartz, IMr and Mrs. Aaron Siegel, Mr. and I Mrs Louis Wallace and Mr. and I Mrs Woll. I Wallace and Plitt stated that the I unprecedented showing in theii [community has -parked the enJthusiasm of more than 50 volunIteer workers in the community (drive who are renewing efforts to (cover all prospects in the North (Miami Beach area. Quota for the General Mobilization is S99.10H. almost double the 11953 figure. The CJA raises funds (to support Greater Miami institutions, many national agencies and (relief and resettlement programs %  in the State of Israel. |Card Party Sunday Women's Division of Workmen's (Circle, No. 692. will hold a card (party on Sunday evening. March |7th, 7 p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. %  I Mefskv. [Auxiliary to Elect Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Vuxiliary, JWV, will elect officers at a meeting on March 10th. 8 p.m., at the Republican Club. The group dso plans a card party at the club Dn March 24th. 8:30 p.m. FINEST QUALITY I SUNNV BROOK Fjfn|c f J CREAM CHEESE "'S iffcjsP *NUACTUiO FR E S H DAILY Phone 9-0601 M,a' W 1 3 ,h *••••' -Hi*Ml. FlORIDfl PAGE 9 B Mrs Louis J Gold (seated, center) organizes a volunteer group in Surfaide for service in behalf of the CJA Share-Your-Sunshine luncheon party at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Monday. March 15th. Some 2.000 Dade County women are expected to attend the Luncheon Unlimited combining three Women s Division functions. Shown seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Frank Nankin. Gold, vice chairman, and Jack Crown. Rear row are the Mesdames Martin Bloch, David Davis, Fred Jonas, Leo Rose. Jr., and Eugene Schwartz Eaton Spelts to SucewMl Self Judge Joe Eaton, a candidate to succeed himself to Group 10 circuit court judgeship, has been heard recently in a series of discussions on the requirements of the judiciary. Appointed circuit court judge by Acting Governor Charley Johns December 18. 1953. Eaton previously served as assistant state attorney from January 12, 1853, having been named to the latter position by the late Governor Dan McCarty. As assistant state attorney, Eaton prosecuted 13 capital cases in less than a year, obtaining 12 convictions. A bomber pilot in World War II, from 1941 to 1945. Eaton was recalled to the Armed Forces in 1951, leaving the post of assistant county solicitor. He was on active duty for 21 months during the Korean War. He now holds the rank of major in the reserve Air Force. A native of Florida, Eaton was born in Monticello, the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eaton, both of whom served as members of the state railroad and utilities commis sion. MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hardine Aye Ph. 5-3812 Ph. 86-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 30th r*er ON Miami Beach Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hois D'oeuvree Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other detail* arranged for re* 1 formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAY* BS-1M JACK & JILL CATERERS •4 N.W. 7th EtTotf atleml Ave. Spinoza Outdoor Forum Prolongation of life will be the topic of discussion on Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m., at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham 'Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Speakers are Dr. Robert Anderson, director of Camp Hygiology, Rheinbeck New York; Dr. Earl N. Kahn, of Miami Beach; and Dr. Wolfson. Samuel Rosenbloom will preside. Savings Bond Figures H. H. Bassett, Dade Savings Bond chairman, reported that Savings Bond sales during January in Dade County as reported by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta were $1,005,510, while sale for the enfournier to be Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpe will have two guests on her radio program on Saturday, March 6th, at 6:30 p.m., over station WKAT. Pierre rournier, French cellist, and Harold Boxer, of the United States Voice of America, are scheduled. Mr. Fournier is appearing as guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on March 7th and 8th. For County Aired tire state amounted to $5,092,461. This lacks less than 1 percent of equalling last January's high which had been 56 percent above January, 1952. "National figures for January," Bassett said, "were the highest for the month in seven years and exceeded 1953 by 10 percent. The redemption of unmatured E and H bonds at the same time were the lowest in spite of a heavier volume of maturities as a consequence of 1944s peak of war bond sales." General Meeting Set North Dade Jewish Center will hold a general meeting on Wednesday evening, March 10th, at 8 p.m. Rabbi Swirsky in Talk Beth Ei Radio Hour, heard over station WMIE on Friday at 4 p.m., will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address entitled, In Search Of The Bluebird. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WM8M, 12 to 2 p. !" This program is the first and hat tk largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS, News HAROLD TURK, Councilman, and JHOSMANA SPECTOR Builders of Immortal Memorials for the jrwrt $ nwxn Jewish Trade Look tor the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. 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fflm.v MARCH 5, 1954 ^rf/WHk, Reduce and Eat Sweet Foods PAGE 3 B There's good news today for men ad women who are overweight. As Service to its readers, The Jewish Fioridian here publishes one of the most successful diet plans ever assembled. gut even more important is the fact that this famous diet plan has been prepared by its originator, Tillie Lewis, to Jewish dietary reauirements — complete meat and dairy menus for 21 full days. Orthodox background, is today recognized as "America'sFirst Woman in Foods." Calling on her own knowledge and receiving Rabbinical consultation, she has organized a recognized diet adhering to Jewish Dietary Law. Now it is possible to enjoy such usually forbidden sweet treats as lucious puddings, syrupy canned fruits, flavorful jellies and tangy salad dressings—all without worrying about excess calories. These do not sound like "dietetic foods" in the usual sense, nor do they taste like those known in the past—so often flat, insipid and lacking in flavor. Actually, they can't be told from regular foods in taste or texture. Yet, because they are sweetened by a new, sugar-free process, they contain up to 76 percent fewer calories and make it possible to cut the daily calorie intake right down to where the doctor approves. Best of all, the dieter can do this without hardship or stern self-denial, without even curbing a craving for sweets. •• -Air By TILLIE LEWIS FIRST DAY MENU 1IS5 Calories Breakfast 4 OX. "ranKe Juice, Poached Kgg Toast. 1 slice Butter, 1 tap. .. __ Mat Milk, K o. .. Coffee, an detirrd cweetentnr. Tablet. as desired ... TOTAL Lunch Tomato Soup. 1 cup Kull'.ne Cracker.", 4 Haktd Haddock, 4 os. Stewed Celery and Carrots, •i cup Tasti-Dlet Chocoate Pudding. ',j cup Skim Milk, s os. Calorie. 30 7S — as jj 10 0 0 ~JIS o so M 10 TOTAL Dinner Tastl-Diet Krult Cocktail, „ cup ., JWt of I.,ml> c trimmed). J o*. Jlaked I'otato. l medium %  rn Bean-. | IU p Tensed Ureeii SaUd—Lettuce, Endue, Itumaine; TastlI'iet Chefs Dressing, 1 tablespoon Tastl-Diet A|>p!e Sauce! % CM Tea or Coffee, as desired* Sweetening Tablet, as desired 421 50 100 100 2". TOTAL DAYS TOTAL" SECOND DAY MENU 1 4 0 0 5 1144 Calories Breakfast I • %  I 01 JJ-ramlil,.,i Eg. ,' i"""'. %  %  Fd D **etenlng Tablet, as d 1 TOTAL Lunch Llm Bean & BaJJlne Creckers. : We Sala,|" ng* lye, raatl-Dlet Butti u Padding." IV ,h "'"an,, • a *lm M||k, Calories — S4> 7 jr. at. S-II By incorporating these new dietetic foods in the regular meat or dairy menus, three appetite-satisfying meals a day can be enjoyed while keeping total calories within reducing requirements. Mrs. Lewis and her associates have been working on the development of these new foods for ten years. Today, as president of her own multi-million-doilar food plant in Stockton, California, she is a leader in the development and testing operations—where new ideas in food are tried out. Mrs. Lewis points out that the new dietetic foods were developed to answer a real problem. "Medical authorities have named overweight as America's No. 1 health problem," she explains. "And dieting authorities know that the biggest problem about low-calorie diets is that people are human. If you have a sweet tooth, you naturally crave sweet-tasting desserts. The weakness of all diets which remove or reduce 'sweetness' is that they're bucking Mother Nature— and that is a difficult thing to do. "Now that we have the new dietetic foods, a diet can contain all the normal regular elements, including the sweet desserts and tasty dressings—yet can reduce the calorie intake and remove the excess weight, without imposing hardships or sacrifice such as your old style diets do." •Cr ft THIRD DAY MENU 1153 Calories Breakfast Tastl-Dlet Grapefruit Section*, rt_cup Calories Soft Boiled Kgg. 1 Whole Wheat Toast, 2 thin slices Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon Skim Milk. I oa.. Coffee, aa desired TOTAL Lunch Tastl-Dlet Potato Salad, 1 servingSliced Oiese, H as. Rye Bread. 1 thin slice Tastl-Dlet Chocolate Pudding, H cup Skim Milk. I os. TOTAL Ttrolled Liver with Onions. 4 os. -Diet Asuaragu*. • spears -Diet Corn, y, cup _____ Memo I/ettuce. H cup With Tasti-IXet Cher* Pressing. 2 tablespoons Tasll-Dlet Apricots. • cup Coffee or Tea, aa desired 44 75 130 S 0 0 341 M 170 £7 H to 451 ISO 21 100 20 I 44 0 TOTAL 354 DAY'S TOTAL 1 1*3 e e e FOURTH DAY MENU 1222 Calories Breakfast Calories Orange Juice. 4 os. Pouched Kn, 1 On Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices Butter, 1 teaspoon Skim Milk, 8 o. Coffee, as desired TOTAL flarlej Soup howl, i recipe) i scotca cup Slices, v, Banana B wz TOTAL TOetl-DUl _->e4 Chopped cup Dinner r>u!t ''orktall U ^nlng^iVa^t. TOTAI. *V'S TOTAL ...:.—~ 0 ~324 45 45 30 r.o o 3-e so 150 (5 rt15 20 44 0 0 114* J o e Soler •"WtTIt Of AUICeUO* coots WTH AMUKAH SOOVINWS 215 Lincoln Rood %  Collins Avo.ee *S S-44M M4S79 Lunch Vegetarian Vegetable Soup. 1 cup _. Tuna Salad, 1 serving Sliced Tomator on l-eltuce I_-nf, 2 slices Rve Wafers, 4 Tastl-Dlet Vanilla Pudding. ',1 cup r.o 75 130 if 90 0 3S0 Breakfast Tastl-Dlet .* crumbled Applesauce, Kg*. 1 '£ cup natter, 1 teaspoon Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices Calories 52 75 M 135 Skim Milk, IOTA I. Dinner so 381 Beef stew Boi eteas Beef, 4 os. t'arrols. 2 medium onion. 1 small I'otato. I small Col* Slaw •'ablMllie, M CUP l'..i.i,i> S, ., e j Tnstl-Dlet Ch.f., Dressing, 1 ta I. I • %  • i i jy h '.'! e ,.\ vi "' a "" %  <' %  i thin slice Tasti-Dlet Cherries, y, cup Coffee or Tea, as desired TOTAL DAYS TOTAL e • 200 40 25 :,o 20 U 1 :, 6') 0 llil 1222 FIFTH DAY MENU 1258 Calories Breakfast Orange. Slices, ^ orange Soft Boiled Kgg, 1 Whole Wheat TOMKI. | thin slices Tastl-Dlet Jelly. I tablespoon Skim Milk, 8 os _.._ Coffee, as desired .... TOVAL. Lunch 50 1* 130 9" 0 0 354 Green Pea Soup, M cup 73 Cottage Chhese and Pear Salad lettuce, 2 leaves Cottage Cheese, >A cup Tasti-Dlet Pear Halves. 4 small Tastl-Dlet Whipped Dressing, 1 teaspoon French Bread, 2 slices Tastl-Dlet Cling Peaches, '/i cup Skim Milk. 8 ox. S 108 40 5 108 TOTAL Dinner Fruit Cocktail, Tasti-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon Skim Milk. 8 ox Coffee, as desired TOTAL Lunch Tomato Juice, 8 os Whole Wheat Bread, 1 thill slice Dieter' %  Special Salad*, 1 serving (sec recipe) .. Tastl-Dlet Chocolate Pudding, 9uMM. rttrr___ TOTAI, • Dinner Roast Chicken. 4 ox. Baked I'otato, 1 verv small Tastl-Dlet (ireen Beans, 1 T o— ed Oreen Salad Let rues Kndlve, Komaine, I'/i cups Tasti-Diet Chef's Dressing. i tablespoon Tastl-Dlet Cling Peaches. !-i cup Coffee, as desired cup SO 0 396 50 85 190 35 __? 430 208 50 25 20 Tastl-Dlet H cup Broiled Cod steak with Lemon Slices, 8 ox. Lima Beans, 14 cup Swiss Chard (Leaves and Stems), y, cup Tillie Lewis Salad*. 1 serving (recipe follows) Tustl-Diet Vanilla Pudding. 'A cup with Tastl-Dlet Chocolate Topping, 2 tablespoons Coffee, as desired ..._ TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL see SIXTH DAY MENU 1177 Calories Breekfait Grapefruit Juice, '/4 cup Poached Eggs. 2 on Wholewheat 1 thin slice Skim Milk. 8 ox. Coffee, aa deaired 90 454 (4) 200 100 -'", N 450 1258 Toast. Calories 50 150 K:. 90 0 TOTAL Lunch ._ 355 Oreen Bean Salad {0 P l* '•''•*'•• ctkiai. Ot-rtar mi aarta • %  Bftarisas. 0WM: Mrs. Jtss. AreeW, ****** *"•' ta -' %  •* fc Ma. SB-US* ar S*374 Mes.l earetenfi.e.: Mrs. A. A M.yaen Pfc. Mrs. Murray Siaiiasan s'_* cup Celery, sliced X Kadishes, sliced 2 tablespoons Green Onions, slice*! 2 tntilespoons Parsley, coarsely cut 8 ounces Tastl-Dlet Asparagus Yi .-up Tasti-Diet Chef's Dressing 6 servings; total calories — 870 Ctlorles per serving — 45 Tillie Lewis Salad 1 head l..'iiucr (5 Inches In diameter) I cup Taatl-Dlet Chef's Dressing <"ut head of lettuce in quarter4 f >r servlnc Pour dressing over arttuca and serve immediately. 4 serving*; total calories — 11G Calories per serving — 29 Dieter's Special Salad 1 pound Cottage Cheese 1 ..ii. Tastl-Dlet Freestone Peaces, sliced I nip Tastl-Dlet Orapefrult Sections I .up Tastl-Dlet Cherries 14 cup Tastl-Dlet Apricots, whole peeled V, cup Tastl-Dlet Chefs Dressing Arrange fruit on bed of crisp aalad greens 011 four Individual salad plates. In renter of each, place ', cup cottage cheese. Garnish with one apricot. Serve with dressing. 4 servings; total calories — "GO Calorics per serving — ISO AT LAST! A KOSHER DIET PLAN with Fkishig'e and Nlihhig'e Menus TILLIE LEWIS, the moot famous woman in foods, has prepared a 21-day Kosher Diet Plan which appears weekly in THE JEWISH FL0RIDIAH EAT EVEN SWEET KOSHER DESSERTS ...YET LOSE POUNDS A WEEK! T.trjf *e)la .rewias A T LAST, here's a way to dietpuzzled Jewish people to enjoy a wide variety of tasty sweet desserts, fruits, tangy salads—a choice of different Kosher Tasti-Diet Foods—now featured in the Dietetic Section of stores everywhere. If you are fed up with flat, insipid, tasteless dietetic foods, you'll love Tasti-Diet! For these new low-calorie dietetic foods are free from added sugar ... up to 76% fewer calories — yet sweet, full-flavored and downright delicious. Balebostas everywhere are saying: Notf it's a pleasure to stay on a diet! Lose ugly fat. Start losing today the easy Kosher Tasti-Diet way! Buy at your grocer's—Dietetic Section — today! •t*Tr*Ji*la/ Oanjoef VMO*al a>y 1 J. 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PAGE 8 B a*. IfitvUii nnrM&w> TODAY, MA gg^igJ American Notables... Abigail Minis: The Jewess of 1780 By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Marry Slmonhofl't column, conttllulinq a torlos entitled", American Notables, It bring published by ihr Jewish florldian •l purl of tht tcrctnfnary celebration of Jtwiib stttlement lit ftto limit** Sfoftf.-rht tutors.' The American high command in 177!) decided it was tinn* to retake Savannah from the British. General Lincoln .HI Count (IKSIIIIMK selected Levl ShefUll and Philip Minis, IMIHI born in Georgia, to guide the expedition, The patriots made tin' landing hut needed provisions badly. The commanders applied to Ahigail Minis. ;i matron past BOi tor the necessary supplies The keen oM business woman know the Continental Army to D> it poor credit riak'i but how coulil slit' tail thi cause of independence ami In i own Georgia, In Which she had lived Sli years It tuned out to be a bud deal; the American forces sintered .i disastrous ilttf.it Not getting paid vv.is small Worry. Far worse were the resentments of the English, who had mistaken 11 i IT a Tory. The Uritish decided to prefer charge* thai she was %  Whig, the open Measure I n CO i' • %  • "'. Philip, a vile rebel already on the btackU i never hold office under an) Royal govemor, riie oM lad) acted with read] decision she and her five daughters petitioned Governor Wright and the Royal cil to permit them. Including their Nap wee to leave Charleston she ahn prayed tot a trustee t>> oversee hei property and even had the teneritj to request %  boal anspoii them with then personal propert) on oi truce Surprisingly the petition was granted Was II an acl ''i gracious elemene) Or were the British swayed i>> cal con Iderations: Georgia wsa squall) divided between loueand Whigs, .i-the patriots called themselves t< -\ might be %  bettet gesture For i i I %  • and possiblj winning over the patriots lhan harsh >up oi helpless wont I :!> it at hurl tl cause to have some in the v camp pporl hut she seemed equal to the ta-k tfed nl the military k lerican forces The) could i not help her Be Mordeci SIM tl might potaibly be hi Philadelphia, She wrote her old friend to dig up documents and tile her claim with the National government, In the mm letter, she luggests < |,; 'i he use the monej should tie secufa any — for gooda that might bring a good return. Her alert mind never missed the opportunity to do buatnaaa, The Matriarch Evolved Abigail Minirepresents a type by no means rare in Diaspora Jewry She belongs to the class of matriarchs evolved In the checkered history of a minority hovering on the periphery of danger and exile. After the destruction of the state, the anomalous Jewish position was summed up in the annual Seder of the Passover feast: "in ex cry generation adversaries rise up to annihilate us; but the Bleaaad Holy One saves us from their hands." Physical survival and preservation of Judaism were the obJeetiVM to which everything else was subordinate. I he men repudiated all tJcntile values of glory in physical prowes-. for unarmed pacifism. Newly married women sacrificed romance and beauty by shearing their locks of h.ur The ancient spiritual tradition would die out unless the sensitive could dedicate their lives to its preservation. The scholarly spool night and day in the study chapels. The women became the breadwinners. GlueckeJ oi Hamlin left a fascinating biography of the Jewish wile, mother and business woman of the 17th centurj Conditions might have ta vorad her development. Yet the ideal tor the Jewish matriarch is poetically delineated m the closing chapter of Proverbs. Central and I astern Europe saw many "women of valor*' earning thtfamilj support while husbands devoted their lives to the Torab, In her Had vear. Abigail demonstrated sturdy charwhen she .iccomp.tmc,| her husband to pioneer in a in January ITS:,, Gaa. Ogktborpc had transported a cargo oi Impoverished Piotaatants to make %  trash Fhroa raonthi later. %  boatload of Jew i"h settll ,1 In defiance of the trustees In London. Abraham Minis was BOi compelled to take any desperate ces Hi was one oi the tew well to do on board. After hesitation. GO" Oglethorpe permitted the Jewish rf* tiist deed to real estate in Georgia is recorded in the name of Abraham Minis. He had the cash. Later the govemor distributed free plots the colonists. It would seem that life in London 31 be more comfortable for a young couple with two tm girls. The following year, Philip Minis was the first E pean child born in Georgia. In 1740 a number of Christians and Jews left Savaaa It became very difficult to get on without slaves, which the trustees forbade. But the Minis family stuck it o't In 1757, Abraham Minis died leaving his horses to three sons, his cattle to five daughters. The estate and business went to his capable widow, who increased the farm b 1.000 acres and owned 17 slaves. An 18th Century Household In Savannah, Abigail occupied a house of 4 bed chanthers, a sitting room, a large kitchen, a business office. The hall had 10 mahogany chairs resting on a carpet and ru Looking glasses, abundant,^Iverware and cutlery adorned the walls. The parlor contained 12 mahogany chairs, can-' dlesticks, a sofa and card tables'. Tall 4-post bedsteads of mahogany with a profusion of linen stood in each bedroom. The kitchen was stocked wifh pots, kettles and pans of brass, copper, iron and pewter. Gridirons, spits tonga, flatirons and hooks served the fireplace. An as! Mirtment of dishes, bottles, measuring cups ami cookinu utensils were used by the slaves in preparing meals for the large family and visiting guests. Her son Philip helped in the business, which took him to Cuba and Jamaica. He found a wife in Newport. Rhode Island, in his 41st year, an advanced age for marriage in Jewish circles of the 18th century. Significantly none Of his sisters were married until after their mother's death. Matriarchal authority was evidently dominating. In 1776. Philip Minis acted as Paymaster and Commissary General of the Continental troops. He advanced SI 1.000 to the Virginia and North Carolina troops and was lucky enough to get some of it back. He served as President of Mikveh Israel and City Warden of Savannah. Abigail Minis survived her three sons. A matriarch ol classic proportions, she conducted business, ruled the household, and died in her 96th year. O h i I u a r i o S i V %  s %  SOPHIA SCHWARTZ II \vv v ..'.>.. \ ., I %  N tVAM.lL KESTENOAUM SV1 „ f AM. SAMUEL BUDNICK I lvtti i ,.f Arranaen MILTON LOES l %  \ v \ LILLIAN BISJAV \ Sew 1 —a. ,.n • '. eVtr-.v, ALBERT LEVINE S %  %  *EL ALG v 4a.. SAMUKL SILVEBMAN >•" %  8Vt I Ifo] on • rmh; iwu i .\ 1,.v i Haraalt D, v. in.lu.tlni; Mrs Ibt r%. \1 I fntmini, htldi ei ...,.,., i, K.-l,i aa -i d In dot km Mixntl i' wuh hurt*! AI Mount Natra faiualarj. LILLIAN EHLMAN -Ji MH-htaan Avenue, tiled on : tl Site .nittiei. I • trora Inn! %  ."a M.aml IVtt.h t Iwi^i. wtth l II Ami IVa.-V And 1 %  ,-n .s S s Rlvei I*. with lnl,i in.in SB) Nebo Ci BENJAMIN FAGGEN I". ,,f 17svv i', street, .lied on : h iltal He w.,,1 b) his ir... Kv. Urvaher, Irvla; four l>irrH. Kose iih.l Strepfeld. t'Uirr j-f.iii.l Lottie Bchnucr; ami hit. mother, Mrs Sarah KUsarn. Ser\%  i^ Kebruaj it The with Interment on Mount NVix. proa t ar y White Unveiling .s* V aaan i KeUii s "' n,( A i ••-v %  .,\ ,,-, y .-,..v Vs a FV*H esKsa. NN t *,\>IS >asMO •. -L s lava *r. t>e.- lan. awca mat OSar ava rv*~ i %  Hbail IVAI %  • S-A W • f \ t rv*. 1 % % %  He caane Croni _** % %  •5^Ba> *e l^sn 1-vu.. f*** a a li tu. a. M*J W' M • Am aad M: U„ry R,. *""" •• sa a c ..a aOi *ith •aait at *wlX,v Oe meter? \*-*N r STElN -' a rVknnrr a-l at hi* Vnaae -waaa. He taW ftSa. I ^— ""art*-*.. He liau-L > t < TtTiaaia aKT y B R 'Vr ^r' S T.-J'TV*: t-tu-rV****. We,' ;?* %  jy FVeWwAr. k Re*s S.J?SLIT' .>•** %  -• oat >•Sa <*a*s* •< ^^? *^* <"• The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David White, formerly of 1227 SW 13th Court, will take place Sunday, March 7th on the Workmen's Circle Plot of the Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. White is survived by his wife Rebecca; a daughter Mrs Rose Swee of Miami and a Al White of Massachusetts. Mr. White was a member of the Workmen s Circle of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Fnends and relatives are asked to attend. 28th Avenue, will take place Sunday, March 7th at 3 p.m. at mX 4 Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloft officiating. Mr. Berkowitz is survived by hit wife Rose: two sons. IrvinR and Jerry of Miami Beach; two brothers, Joe and Phillip of New York and his mother. Mrs. Mollie Berkowiti of New York. Arrangement* are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. %  S^.V.-vEG VAN t|.S- ,-*cni aaw-s-t st • us -*•" M*. SS oaaa* rreaaMkkLOU.S SAiAv le & HI* St STS*?, V ^*! ^^SaaST 'i Fvae-ua"* is^fc a is>*.r<\! s^r. A -11 WAILWIHA BCRR LL ^ %  • • -. BM .. ja rr%  an aaa -..-v, v vt*: SsJ^saSa lav.< w, aai WeatrSIEGEL rWEII.ING The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Annie SieseL formerly of 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, will take place Sunday. March 7th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Xebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mexheloff officiating. Mrs. Siecel is survived by her husband Saan; two sons. Aaron and Jacob: a daughter. Mrs Frances Levine and a brother. Henry Brill Arrangements are in charge of Palaver's Miaau Monument Company. Pnends and relatives are asked to attend. Goodwill Day to be Marked Here Tuesday First annual Goodwill Day of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will be celebrated with a lunrheoa land card party on Tui lay, Manht I 9th. 12:30 p.m.. at Koubek tenter.' Mrs. Jennie Wilchyk is chahjman. Co-chairmen are Mrs BeatSj Geltner and Mrs. Lillian Sha ptoj | Hostesses for the day will be Mm\ Gertrude Covner. Mrs. Augusta Grossman. Mrs. Ethel Johnsoa.1 Mrs. Sadie Sachs and Mrs. Etta' Stotsky NO BETTER VALUE IN tWEWYORK! AND BERKOWITZ 1-WT3UNG The dedieauen of a to the s a p n u j of the late Ranr ei t B i U fonswrty of 41* NW SAVf Tant. s*vf asosarr •• V* 1 m yaae %*, HeTart .o ^" Naart. Oa> aaa> Ma waaa.|HaM -_, > nMl fiaa> %  %  tar, a* tkai iMat, aaa as t~ H01U Prcs tmm BfN|| WOT_p.WO AOWAt



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DAY. MARC Hj1954 JewlsBifkrirt*** nr nt Dade \ ip" r t^tnrh L nnua l donor luncheon of Dade 5r N a iion,l Children's Carttoi.al. wi Upheld on Wed,farth Kith 12:30 p.m., at fg^er Club in Miami. „H< raised will be given over ^pital located at 4250 West r Street low.-.rd continued ex._; research (or children who r^tims of rheumatic fever. TJggbecomo necessary to mMhe facilities of the research King on the same grounds re the hospital is situated." jlri Sophie Leonard, chairi of the luncheon, and co-chah*, Mj,, Milton Smith. i charge nf tickets is Mrs. Ber|Lo*enthal. with assistance by airman Mrs .lack Hoss. Also %  sting are the Mesdames Nath|Glass and Mannv Rich. Reserons are being taken by Mrs. Ilfie Cohen he annual souvenir Ad Journal, Ich has served as one of the |or fund raisin': projects in con•tion with the pledce luncheon, be distributed. The journal prepared and edited by Miss llyn Kin'and Mrs Leon Kaye. Jnmpletion of plans are being V by Mr-. Gertrude Laeha, hosjlity chairman. Mesdames tries Baab < lementine Kemp ine Seitelman will terva Mrs Maurice Abelwill head the telephone commie Due Sunday (s Park. Miami Beach Masada Park. Masada Miami Beaetl pi Vdull Zionist District will Ihost to a picnic and wiener I! A car pool will leave the ni Beach Jewish (enter at a.m. Jerry Miller, social |rman, is in charge of the afHe will be assisted by Ira ^ph. Leila Gross. Dave GoodGilda Rappaport and Hinda Ikman. PAGE EB Cantors Association of Greater Miami honors Cantor Moshe Kusevitslty on the occasion of his concert and liturgical performance here last week. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro presents the key to the city to Cantor Kuseritsky as Cantor Jacob Bomstrfn. Association secretary, and Cantor Samuel Kelemer, president, look on. Van Rosen Forms Campaign Group Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusen, encumbent candidate for member, Dade County Board of Public Instruction from District 3, held his first organizational meeting at his new headquarters here. The principal item of business was the appointment of an Advisory Committee. Named to the Sleering Committee were Peter Gulotti. Mel Green berf, Joe Guida, Kitty Markham and Harold Greene, chairman. The headquarters group will be comprised of Jack Griffith, Harold Greene and Ruth Diestelhorst. Fred Diestelhorst, campaign treasurer, will serve on the Finance Committee with Jack Griffith. Public relations will be handled by Kitty Markham and Mel Greenberg. Mrs. Diestelhorst is chairman of precinct workers. Miss Markham is in charge of transportation and will head the Youth Committee. keg Shabbat Jiami Beach Masada Young lit Di.-trict will present its Oneg pbat on Friday night, March I 9 p.m.. at the home of BerSir. 928 Euclid Avenue. A Iram. From Heaven To Hell, I be presented. Mirell Gallery Exhibit Mirell Gallery will present a wall show by Joseph Adams, consisting of five new paintings, from March 8th through 20th. The painter operates by applying paint by chance. He combines expressionism with abstraction. The gallery is at 18 Anthoejr Arcade, Coconut Grove. PALMER'S MIAMI M\ami's On And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS j^e Stock | n Hand For Immediate Dlivery| MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3'


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nm-"T* e %  FRIDAY, MARCH PAGE 2B % Human Rights Commission Tries i. : J:J „„, m h>vond the right? a am By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish T#l*raphic At*ncy a covenant or oovauwu* ——•, --. UNITED NATIONS-Like povwould not be accepted by it would DOUJt %  !" £ || crty, human rights seem to be alhe hardly worth drawing up. Thus, wavs with u.s—or at least the dis-1 j t j s m a somewhat spiritloat cussion of it. Once again, the Hu man Rights Commission is meeting, as it has met lor so many years, to draw up a Covenant or Covenants on Human Rights. The work has been going on as long as the oldest official here can remember, and there is no one here, not even the most innocent newcomer, who would be foolhardy enough to predict that it would be completed this year. Even if it were, that would not be the end. Such treaties as the Covenant on Human Rights must be ratified, and with the present mood of Congress, there is simply no chance of this happening in the United States. Despite the fact that the Genocide Pact has come into force because a sufficient number of countries have ratified it and that it is not such a controversial issue as Human Rights, it has nevertheless not been ratified by Conglftss; the American delegate even cdjisidered it necessary to issue a sement saying that publicly on this pact would not be countenanced in the United State if course, the United States is one of 60 member states of )I uc in an" -I, But the milennium was not tnai close. An argument immediately £ somewhat spiritless atcos* n ^ of mora| „,osphere that the qjttnta UgU a !" "Y righfs and social and eooCommission is meeting, knowing !" *&£ rh(> IU)iraJ and icga| that even if it accomplishes anything, it will not, in the long run, be worth very much. There is a danger of the Commission on Human Rights becoming a sort of investigative body like the Sub-Commission on Minorities, of which it is actually the non-too-1 proud parent. The sub-commission footed around and did so little ( that it was actually suspended for! a time. However, it had a session just before the Commission met and did pull itself together to the extent of deciding on a survey of discrimination in schools throughout the world, a survey which is to be made this year. When the Commission on Human Rights was formed, in the early days of the United Nations, there was a good deal of enthusiasm for its task. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt was a driving force and there were other capable members. Furthermore, it had been encouraged by the tact Hurt the Declaration of Human Rights had been adopted by the General Assembly unanimousright %  are the older Human Rights, such as freedom of worship and of "the press; and social and economic rights are the newer ones such as the right to employment and so on. Naturally, the Soviets pressed for CJA Division Show] 56 Percent of Quot? The giant Business and P ro f J sional Division of the Combin? Jewish Appeal has achieved 56 Z cent of its 1954 quota, it ha< be73 announced by Sam J. Heiman] Natural y. tne aovii-i* H" 7 *^•" %  %  %  n the latter, the Americansfor the chairman, early this week. fSmw .•! % %  w. H H' toir^rrf'of 48-THrtnMS %  --1/lf n .T..|. Chairmen-oF 43' bmineftfa, %  I ,,,,'lBfc' |.trcH>l|. viv-^w^rTITJiir-T-minimum of both could be jneni* ed in one Covenant on Human Rights, but the sentiment has grown for two Covenants, one ior moral and legal rights, and the other for social and economic rights, both to be adopted at the same time. That is where the Commission has reached in its work so far i It seems th?t a declaration such as the Declaration of Human Rights, which is more of an aim and an objective than anything else, rather than a law such as a Covenant would be is about all that will be accepted in these troubled times. B'nai B'rith Lodge Sponsors iltrooklun Alumni Appearance of Tennis Players To be Honored Alumni of Public School 149 will North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will sponsor the March 13th and 14th appearance in the Miami Beach Auditorium of the greatest names in tennis. Under the direction of Jack Kramer, tennis greats Frank Sedgbe honored during Friday evening services ,rt Beth David Synagogue. Greetings will be brought by Harry Katz, for over 40 years a teacher at PS 149. C. Israel Lutsky. also ;in alumnus and known as the „.„ .._ Jewish Philosopher on radio proj ization in Israel. Miss Bofsfceo Vi/enski Pioneer Women Will Hear Miss Vilenski Over 500 Pioneer Women of Club I. Club II, Golda Myerson Club and Kadimah Chapter will hear Miss Batsheva Vilenski, Israeli visitor, at the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's 14th annual donor luncheon on Sunday. March 7th, 12:30 p.m.. at the Di Lido Hotel. Miss VllenskitChead of the Moettet Hapoalot's Vocational Training Department in Israel, is in the United States as a delegate from the Pioneer Women's sister organIIICJ, KUIIU 6'"" %  .. %  ~-.*.„ ji-wisn I miosopniT on rauiu I>I man. Pancho Gonzales. Don Budge j g ram .s here and in New York, will j Proceeds of the luncheon will go and Pancho Segura will compete ^ guest spe aker. He will discuss | towards the expanding program of with each other in what has been I w j tn alumnus and Beth David spirMoetzet Hapoalot, engaged in "greatest tennis ever' the called seen." In -addition to the two-night tourney, Kramer is conducting a talentscout and clinic for young local tennis hopefuls. Under this program, he views almost all of the good young talent while touring the country. From their ranks. Kramer selects about eight amateurs and spends part of the summer coaching them Another phase of spiritual leader Rabbi Max Shapiro: Happy Days. ^ s Mirele Efros to Jbe shown Mirele Efros, Yiddish sound movie, will be presented by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Saturday evening, March 6th, 8 p.m., as its first showing in the Yiddish the tourna-^'ni series^ Starring are BertaGorment will be the selection of Miss ston and Michae Rosenberg. MusiSunshine Tennis, from the ranks sc ore is by Vladimir Hei fetz. of Miami area high school girls. Leo Steinman, chairman of the IOUnCJ Adult League event for the B'nai B'rith Lodge. A gala dance and social will be explained that the participation of sponsored by the Young Adult youngsters in this event is part of Lea** of the Greater Miami Jew* ish Community Center. Town their youth development program Branch on Tuesday evening, and will be closely supervised by a March 9th. 8 p.m Dancing will be Youth Committee. held at the Center's auditorium. Moetzet Hapoalot, engaged in training and educating women and children from all corners of the world to become productive citizens in the State of Israel, maintaining agricultural and vocational schools, day nurseries for more than 15,000 children annually, convalescent care for thousands each year, a nursing mother's home in Haifa, a youth village, Ain Karem. in Jerusalem where youngsters from more than 40 nations are brought back to normal living, and numerous social services for Israel's new settlers. While in Miami. Miss Vilenski will devote herself to working with the Council and each club, the presidents of which are Mrs. Bea Jaffer, Council president; Mrs. Sophia Krantz. Club I; Mrs. Ida Powell. Club II; Mrs. Anna Seltzer, Golda Myerson Club; and Mrs. Ceil Segal. Kadimah Chapter. Music Art League To Meet Sunday Miami Beach Music and Arts League this week announced its program for Sunday evening, March 7th. 8:30 p.m., at the Everglades Hotel. Arnold Simms. former bassobaritone of the San Carlo Opera Company, will sing solos and duets with the support of Miss Ruth Brotman. loprano. Harlene Worrow will be at the piano. Others scheduled to appear are the Baltic Trio in Estonian and Latvian folk .SOURS arranged by Anita Kurn--, with soloists Amalija Peterson, Meeta Sepp and Teklo. Peter son; and concert violinist Jacques Cohen, accompanied by his 10-yearold son. Chief Yellow Thunder, of radio and television, will dance and sing in native 1 costume. %  •— -•*....' <>i-mduslr *>lM!itaOW* 1he first',-epArt ralli held in the Columhus Hotel As oft February 25th. $426,489 has bnl collected in the division, with addi-l tional gifts continuing t 0 f| ow j n | daily. I A tola! of S13.925 in new gjfijl were reported at the Thursday! night rally. Heiman pointed out! that the Trades Divi-ion has a| quota of $770,000 which constitutes! nearly half of the entire campa^l goal. I "Nearlv 6.000 prospects mustiel personally contacted in the secadl half of this vital campaign in orfcrl to achieve our goal," said Heiml addressing the group of enthus.| tic trades leaders, "This meanststl representatives must resporil cheerfully when called upon ^L division leaders to give and tqkl in the campaign Heiman declared that it was tie! community responsibility of iu[ busness men—large and small—to| become part o this drive raises funds for the support i Greater Miami institutions, ud. as national and overseas agenda Campaign chairman. Aaron LI Kanner, was principal speaker i the first report rally and ca mended the division for their I forts "in behalf of Jewry in everywhere." A second Business and sional Division report dinner i ing has been scheduled for Ttal day, March 25th. at the, Terrace Hotel. Masquerade Ball Due Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women this week announced plans for a masquerade I'urtm Ball on March 20th at Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Oohbi Joeeoh E. Rackonkf %  45 Michigan Arenai Miami bMCb Phon. 5-3S95 \ tlndatted ..OROWITZ-MARGARETI MATZOH MEM fig for-bnading' arthts, croquttci. Grand for attjidg*, || w"l ? H THE T Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. TtiC o jiu c, u;__i on n~ phone *•• 14 NIL 24th St.. Miami 37. Ha. Flagler-Granada area joins in General Mojjrli zation of the Combined Jewish Appeal The Board of Directors of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center is the top committee. Shown seated (left to right) are Evelyn Clein, Naomi Stiller^ylvig Ffeed. Lil Stewart and Mildred Gittleson. second row Oeft to right) are Bob Tauber, Sesir Kifschner, Jr.. Morris Rubin, Solomon Eisenberg. Jack Shaw, Sid Stiller. Phil Schiff and Joe Masters. Third row Oeft to right) are Ben Clein, Jack Cohen, Harry Sharnis, Center supervisor, Charles Adelman, Al Ziegler, Harold Strumpf and •Ed Moore. Standing rear Oeft to right) are officers of the Center: Morton EltermcnVfinancial secretary; Ed Peiser, vice president; Anne Hirsh, recording secretary; Irving Lax president and CJA chairman; Rose Feldman, president Women's Group; Hy Coverman, treasurer; and Sylvia Burak, corresponding secretary. SE'o Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON BAlANCfS UP TO '25.000.00 Compcir"'"' 1 Senn annually • Payable June Island Dec 1st 'AV'MC.s INSURED UP TO -10.000.00 Complete Commemal Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS BANK BY MM 1 PAN AMERICAN BANK III t OF MIAMI