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The Jewish Floridian ( March 12, 1954 )

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i^wiisltUEIIiDSPidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 28 Number 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS t in Protests: Executed Nazis are Reburied JlOVnoN JTA) Six Labor Libers of Parliament have mtroLed a motion in the House of Lmon> attacking the German reiirial of some 90 convicted and | baited Nazi war criminals rekin-iblc tor the murder of thouInds of inmati "l the Kelson and tr concentration camps. British bcupatiim authorities refused to Kerfere with fierman authorities Iho moved the bodies from a mass \a\e to individual plots in the! jty cemetery, after a campaign by to-Nazi elements in Hamelin, fewer Saxony. [Thirty of the BO hodiea of the iccuted Nazi war criminals have (ready been moved trom a comon ma grave near Hamelin and Unterred in the city's ee.metery. he remainins bodies will be movi later. Amnn^ those i (buried'are ^>eph Kramer, named the Beast Bclsen by inmateof the notorus death camp, and Irma Grese, ho hounded women prisoners at plsen. |The World Jewi-h congress isI a statement signed by its pollsecretary. A I. K.isterman. merely criticizing the reburial of Beast of Belsen, who starved, t and burned to death tens of sands of Jewi-h and other up inmates while be commanded prison, as well js the other i criminals. Mr. Kasterman I the reburial "an act of zen defiance ol the moral prinples cherished by decent peoeverywhere" lie emphasized t it was "all the more shocksince it was ordered by a Minry of Justice (German) and paid by a Ministry of Finance (Gerfcn) out of public funds." [The action of the German auorities mocks the memory of Hitr's countless murdered victims," 'continued "The posthumous tutewashing of Nazi killers cast gravest of doubts on repeated frman official professions that' new Germany is purged." Members of Congress Seek to Block Arms WASHINGTON (JTA)—Members 1 posals may undermine rather than of Congress, representing both parties, Monday issued a statement revealing that they had held a meeting with officials of the State Department from whom they sought assurances that the US Government would not supply arms to the Arab states as long as their 1 rulers refuse to make peace with Israel. The statement does not indicate whether the desired assurances strengthen our defenses in this area. Furthermore, we pointed out that the Arab states show no desire to make peace with Israel, and there is every reason to fear, in view of mounting tension in the Middle Kast recently, that our arms may be used not to defend the Middle. East against Communism, but for a renewal of warfare against Israel and even against some of our NATO allies who have were secured. From diplomatic*! interests in this region. Fred K. Shochet (right), publisher of The Jewish Floridicm and chairman of General Mobilization in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, is greeted by Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, on Shochet's return to Miami this week from a comprehensive tour through Israel. The publisher was guest of the Israel Government during the entire fact-finding trip. The GM phase of the 1954 CJA campaign is seeking $99,106 in the Greater Miami area. sources it was learned that Acting Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith and A -sistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade argued that American arms aid for Arab ; states is necessary for the "secur' ity" of the area. (The New York Times reported that the two high officials of the State Department told the Congressmen that only "token" deliveries of arms have been considered.) In their statement, the Congressmen made it known that they ex pressed "concern over published reports that our government is pro"The guns we give to the Arabs may be use'd not to advance the security of the area, not to promote peace and security, but to attack our own essential interests. At this time there is no dependable assurance to the contrary," the Congressmen emphasized. Want US To Be Firm The members of Congress also sought reassurance "that the Administration would maintain a firm position in the current discussions in the Security Council designed to bring an end to the illegal Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal and that the United States would take posing to use the military aid appropriated for the Near East under the position that whatever resolution is adopted on this subject by the Security Council should be imthc Mutual Security Act in part to give arms and other military aid to individual Arab states." "We expressed the fear." said the Congressmen, "that such proTony Martin will Star at CJA Women's Luncheon on Monday Climaxing a whirlwind campaign, the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal will make *_ final effort to reach its quota at Luncheon Unlimited /a tropical extravaganza expected to at tract 2,000 women — on Monday noon, March 15th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Tony Martin, of radio, screen and television fame, wiirbe guest artist. According to Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, co-chairmen-of the Women's Division, their group has raised over $113,000 to date and has every expectation of achieving their goal of $165,000 at the big luncheon party on Monday. Chairman of Luncheon Unlimited, Mrs. Morris Alpert. has announced that a full afternoon of entertainment, music, drama and surprises will send the recordbreaking turnout of volunteers into the homestretch of the campaign. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff has accepted chairmanship of the Miami 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 Weitz will head the Program Committee. The group is arranging a fast-moving show featuring top names in the entertainment world. Five • day • a week Federation workshops have been organized where volunteers work out the hundreds of details necessary to Teau of War Records photo shows Sgt. Robert A. Lerniftn R~ a le 9 in rornbat in Korea, receiving the Silver Star W M J CQrb ydeputy commander of the Walter Reed 7 Medical Center and Hospital. Washington. D.C.. where *">g fitted for cm artificial ltg. Lerner plan* to study insure success of the big production. Heading the workshop group will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Harry Zukernick. Headlining the program will be an unusual one-act drama entitled, Darkness To Light, directed by Professor Sam Hirsch with original music by Robert Strassburg. The presentation will be narrated by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and will feature professional actors and actresses in leading roles. This is the first time that the play has been presented in the Florida area, according to Hirsch. He is known for his dramatic productions with the Casablanca Players and a long series of presentations at the Ring Theater of the University of Miami. Strassburg is a composer of serious music here and can be remembered for his music and choral accompaniment in the pageant. Sand In Your Shoes, presented last Continued on Pago 3 A plemented and enforced." Flavoring a continuation of economic aid for the area, including the Arab states, the Congressmen expressed belief that the best way to strengthen the area against Communist subversion is to continue efforts to raise the depressed living standards of the Arab people. "Most of all," said the Congressmen, "they need more bread and more land, not more guns." Those in attendance at the meeting with State Department officials were Senators Paul H. Douglas, Irving M. Ives and Herbert H. Lehman, and Representatives Emanui 1 Celler, Albert W. Cretella. Isidore Dollinger, Sidney A. Fin. Samuel N. Friedel, Louis B. Heller. Lester Holtzman. Charles R. Howell, Jacob K. Javits, Robert W. Kean, Kenneth B. Keating, Edna F. Kelly, Eugene J. Keough. Arthur G. Klein. Albert P. Morano, Abraham J. Multer, Harold C. Ostertag. Hugh Scott, and Horace Seely-Brown, JrT Meanwhile, the warning that Israel intends to protect itself and its interests in the event that any of the neighboring states merge with each other or annex one another, was sounded in the Israel Parliament by Premier Moshe Sharett. Syrian Premier Attacks Israel; Scores American Aid Policy NEW YORK (JTA>—Premier Sabry el-Assaly of the lessthanaweek old Syrian Government bitterly attacked the United States and Israel in his first interview since his coming to power, the New York Times reports from Damas cus. "I am not revealing a secret," the Premier said, "if I say that flooding Israel with American aid will not be viewed with satisfaction either by the governments or Arab peo pies. Furthermore, the conscience of the Arab world at least is convinced that in the judgment of history u>d civilized nations the United States bears the major responsibility for the Palestine catastrophe and its consequences." Referring tn a United States proposal for a Tennessee Valley Authority project in" the Syria-Jordan Israel area, he stated: "I do not believe it can be discussed sepa rafely because it constitutes only a secondary part in a total human disaster. The policy of the Syrian government toward Israel has never changed because it has been inspired by bitter realities,, Israel was established on the dead bodies and disasters to Palestine Arab peopie." Mrs. Morris Aloorf loncheon chqirmoU



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PAGE 2 A *JmlsiIhrMto!L Shochet Attends Services in Tel Aviv both inal s ;i service.' Rabbi ev Hot ing, one The Dan Hotel, which was my headquarters whenever in Tel A\ i\. is. of course, a familiar name rhannl on the other end, I found groups representing all ages going r-ending gymng much muscle spirit that won lence. %  tan of ramhouses, where ) change into Game for Youth AM The Stephen S. \\v„ J* Hadassah will *£*£ mmyon card g ame f yah at the Monte Cal ? Thursday, March 18thu \\, i-ii state's revenue. Accommodations necessary to attract Visitors have been .-nrely lack Shown here is the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medica! Center, now under construction at Ein Karem in the Jerusalem Corridor. Final Phase of Campaign to Raise Ten Million to be Launched Sunday Fin:.! phasi i : .1 nationwide cam%  raise SIO.OOO.000 for the niversity Medical Center will be launched Sunday \ idwa) Dinner at the lo Hotel. A reception at p.m. will precede the dinner, which sig< s the 1 %  the hall w aj mark in the drive (or the center under construction in Israel Senator Estes Kefauver ol Tene, runnerup for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1952. and Mrs. M ises I' Epstein, former national president of Hadassah, will be the principal speakers. The affair 1expected to attract some 500 Zionist leaders from throughout the United States. Joseph C'herner. Washington. D.C and Miami Beach business and civic leader, is honorary chairman of the Midway Dinner. C'herner. who has led national camnaigns of the United Jewish Appeal and Israel Bond issue, was honored by the State of Israel at a Miami Beach luncheon in February, 1952. Dr. Joseph Hirsh. executive secretary' of the medical advisory board of the Hebrew L'niversityHadassah Medical School, will report on progress of the medical and medical education work. He has made several trips to Israel and has actively participated in the planning and development of the medical school and the medical center. Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, chairman of the Greater Miami committee! for the medical center and dinner 1 co-chairman, reported that reservations are still available. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. dinner cochairman, said that hundreds of Greater Miami Hadassah members are working until the final hour i-eiore ine umner to insure its success. We are proud to have been selected as the site of the Midway Dinner, and I am certain we will justify our selection," Mrs. Sirkin asserted. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. president of Hadassah's Greater Miami chapter, reported that meetings were held in every group during the week to insure full participation by South Flordians. Mr-. Martha inner special assistant to the Chairman of irit) K Board, addressed a joint session of th Israeli a n d Hanna s1 groups at the Empress Hotel on Monday night as well as %  other meetings, including on< oul ol tow n guests at the Grosr Pancoasl Hotel, Hadassah-Hebrew Univercity Medical Center will comprise a modern, 430-bed hospital, an outpatient department capable of -er175.000 patienta year, a new school and living quarters for 150 nurses of the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing and a new vomplex of buildings for the Hebrew University • Hadassah Medical School. • he Stern Gang agai %  'on in -.--ion there during Isformative daj the Dan ii 1 130-room structure comparable to the finest on Miami Beach. Operated by Messrs Fadarman, Siirnstem and a Miami boy. Leo Osheroff. each „f the three has %  personal Mater) that sheds light on a final decision to settle I in Israel Leo li the son of the Al 1 O s bero ff a and louphl for the Jewi-h State, then took up residence in a Kibbutz leaving I" help the Dan promote lOUTtsu The Dan is located right on the tea front, and it seemthat all Tel Aviv turns over there on Saturday Families, tots, pets and youth promenade en SMsM hi their finest dress. The milling crowds reminded me of the Atlantic City boardwalk and Collins Avenue durum the height of the season. Some NWimming goes on despite the fact that the City of Tel Aviv has forbidden it due to sewage difficuliii How similar to our own Biscnyne Bay' All sorts of gameare played In t h -and eoHey ball. Otlg and paddle tenni-. Hi TO and there on the several; miles of sand front, extending from the "id Ctty ot Jaffa to the .-hip MIDDIE-AGE WOMj with income property WOM| But more die!" !"*•* r *'nd man upl ghtly than these 2f'* f J.' U P ar ner. m£J were the pitiful shacks and slum 2y 3 %  % %  '8. areainhabited by a teeming populace lining a great portion of the sea front I could also not help noticing the usual peddlers selling thought that Tel Aviv on Saturday refreshment and novelties, and I afternoon 1afterall no differenct from any other water front resort during the Besses. T.V. No Charge For Call H naa) -. Ho d yi ,1 -i \hhoni IMMEDIATE TV SKRVICK DAILY, si SDA1 H, IIIII.IHAYS 1" A M to 11 I'M II I' Wiii.Television 1'h U ... it See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ine Co •07 Blecayne Bldg. 1* W. Flagier St. GORDON MOfSwTS^ SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. PH. 4-5160 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" S. el. In'cdman •V M. IIV|IIIIII HEBREW BOOK 8TORE 417 Washinaton AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth ana Fifth Sto Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synaoogue* axvd Frivols Use. Also tor Hebrew Bchoeie. 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.y,MABCH12.1954 heon Unlimited to Climax Women's e 2,000 Will Attend Monday Affair .* 1 A 11 ill \\t% ifi pniiiilii i\( ( .Ul. %  *k*isl> nor/Jinn PAGE 3 A |tinu ,d from Pa* i A Uc Greater Miami Jewish f l ,-cnlcr The Hebrew 2n| numbers, and Captain ulc Israel statesman, war f JSer of the Intel!!w jll bring a message jnditions in presCorps group on co Israel. voting Israeli has traveled to all corners globe during World been sent has soldier and War special behalf Lv to many lands on Lls defense program. Born Eucated in England. Brass to K the tinted States „ g in behalf of the Combinfcish Appeal. than 150 hostesses responfor tables of 10 workers each """ %  '%, 5* will be in charge of table solicitation, with prizes to be awarded for those hostesses bringing in th" greatest number of new gifts at Luncheon Unlimited. Mrs. John Serbin has been named chairman of the Queens for a Day Committee. The Miami Beach Auditorium will be turned into a tropical garden decorated with orange trees and orange blossoms, according to Mrs. Edward M. Greenwood, a luncheon vice chairman in charge of decorations. She is being assisted by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and the Mesdames Lillian G. Atlass, Richard M. Fleming, Max Holtsbcrg and Morris Honigbaum. More than 5,000 Florida oranges are being used in the decoration motif, Mrs. Greenwood has announced. A final report meeting was to have been held on Thursday, at which time more than 100 hostesses were scheduled to report to table setups and make final plans for the "biggest garden party in CJA history." Luncheon Unlimited will give all women of D a d e County an opportunity to participate in a plus-giving drive desperately needed for CJA to meet the requirements of 54 health and welfare institutions," said Mrs. Alpert. She urged every woman in Dade County to set aside the afternoon of March 15th as a Share Your Sun shine Day and to attend the big luncheon affair. Mrs. Arthur BurrtU era Conference of cil Meets in Atlanta Southern Interstate ConferI of the National Council of Women will be held this |at the Dinkier -Plaza Hotel in Jta, Georgia. The Conference ( %  pen on March 14th and will hue through the 17th. |egates representing the Mieach Division are Mrs. Aaron Mrs. Burton Goldstein, Mrs. Ird Grove and Mrs. Joseph mson. Miami Division will be replied by Mrs. David Brezin, [Sidney Lewis. Mrs I^on KapHTL Aaron Kanner. an !" y C. Myers, a nationoard member of Council, is attending the meeting. ^elite Center Board Board of the Israelite Cen•witb David Granat acting as [man, will meet on Tuesday, P 16th. at 8 p m RobtnHon Named To Committee Leo Robinson, prominent civic and Jewish community leader, was recently appointed a member of the Dade County USO Committee representing the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Announcement was made by Stanley €. Myers, Center president. In assuming the responsibility. Robinson will represent GMJCC. which is affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Beard, a member agency of National USO. The work of, Jhe USO Committee is concerned with meeting the recreational, spiritual and leisure time needs of the men and women in uniform who reside in or come to the Greater Miami area. Other representatives of the local USO Committee representing the Greater Miami Jewish community Center include Leon Epstein, Herbert Soule, extension supervisor, and E. H. Gale, executive director. Miss Gloria Hooten is executive secretary of the committee. JWV Post Names Honor Guard Here Sidney Horn was elected captain of the Honor Guard of Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174. JWV. Abe Edlin was named lieutenant. Others are Jack Silver, reelected chaplain; Frank Kline, reelected finance officer; Sam Srednick, adjutant; and Nat Brown, supply officer. The Honor Guard is scheduled to present an American flag to Beth David Congregation and will participate in memorial services on Sunday. May 30th, at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Abrahams, Dr. Mechiowitz To Address Conference Joseph Abrahams, executive director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Dr. Herman Mechiowitz, member of the Board of the Center, will be among the princi pay speakers at the forthcoming Regional Conference of the Western and Central Florida Section ofthe United Synagogue of America, it was announced here by the national office of the organization. The Conference will be held on Sunday. March 14th. at Temple Emanu-EI in Lakeland, Florida. Abrahams, who is also president of the National Association of Synagogue Administrators, will speak on synagogue administration and finances Dr. Mechlowitz's subject will be the School Board and its functions. Delegates from all conservative congregations in the area will attend. The conference will be devoted to problems of synagogue administration and programming. The principal address on overall planning for the congregation will be delivered by Dr. Emil Lehman, of New York City, assistant executive director of the United Synagogue of America. Israelite Center Plans Purim Festival The Israelite Center will hold a Purim festival show and dance on Sunday, March 21st, at 8 p.m. Entitled, Shalach Manoth, the show will have the following cast: Mrs Israel Goldberg, Morris Aron, George Kessler, Mrs. Barney Weidenfeld, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin and Mrs. Sam Zollinger. Mrs. Israel Goldberg is general chairman, assisted by the following co-chairmen: Mrs. Bernard Sirkus. in charge of tickets: Mrs. Nathan Fragin. program; and Mrs. Nat Shenkin, kitchen. Joint Meeting Slated A joint meeting of the Junior and Senior Chapter of the Dynamic Psychological Society will meet on Sunday evening, March 14th. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Muffs, 3000 SW 17th Street. Dr. Sidney Moss will conclude a lecture on defensive behavior motivation. Clothes for Israel Sought Council of Pioneer Women Organizations of Greater Miami this week announced its drive to collect items of clothing for shipment to Israel. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Vera Seltzer and Mrs. Anna Frey. who said that a collection center is now open at 1251 SW 22nd Street, Miami.. Coffee Slated for Brailey Odham FridayThere will be a coffee for Brailey Odham. candidate for the governorship of Florida, on Friday. 10:30 a.m., at the Miami Women's Club, 1737 NE Bayshore Drive. The coffee is sponsored by Mrs. Howard Ballard. Mrs. Edward Griffith, Mrs. W. F. Higginbotham. Mrs. Thomas Sasso, Mrs. Jerome Schilling and Mrs. John D. Simmons. Odham will tell those in attendance what he expects to do for Florida and Dade County. Children's Home to Benefit Crippled Children's Home of Umitilla. Florida, will benefit from a luncheon and card party at the home of Mrs. Jay Teitch, 9149 Froude Avenue, Surfside, on Wednesday, March 17th, at 12 noon. Hostesses are the Mesdames Edward Atlas, Israel Teitch, Abe Robinsen. Abe Singer and Harry Solomon. THE <§> COMPLETES THE NEW* PICTURE ^ ,£" ""limited leaders concentrate on a record attendllorlu Unction on March 15th, at the Miami Beach '*— '^UUOJO WVUVVllUUiO vi ve %  — — .unction on March 15th, at the Miami Beach %  ""• Shown above is a Miami attendance committee. are Mrs. Abraham Barkan. Mrs. Abraham Seltzer and ies Lelkove. Standing are Mrs. Fred Sandier. Mrs. JfcNEW... 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PAGE 4 A gLfarfifeflh^feC vjemsfiFlcridiiari OFFICE and PLANT 120 NE Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 Published every Friday alnet 1977 by the Jewiah Floridian at 12C N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18. Florida Entered at aecond-ctaat matter July 4. 1930. at the Poit Office ~6t Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 1. 1879. The Jewiah Floridian haa absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah Tele, graphic Agency. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Aseoeiation. Amer. iean Association ot Enghah-Jewiah Newspaper*. Florida -reA — clrtl *"F nday March 12. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 Number 11 LEO MINDLIN News Editor „ i! h^^^ On, V* U 8 C B M 00^^^L11L-!L? ^rfWW^WWW" w^*^*A^^*^^^rf Mian' Your Sunshim* Upward of two thousand women are expected to gather on Monday at the Miami Beach Auditorium to participate in a Share-Your-Sunshine Luncheon. The women will join forces to assure their division's complete participation in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign. We know that the affair will be a social success. Radio, television and screen star idol Tony Martin will participate in the program, and some 150 of Dade County's top women civic leaders have already volunteered their efforts to make the luncheon one of the most important of the season. But we are also certain that the affair will be an ideological success, as well. The CJA Women's Division has thusfar raised SI 13.000 toward a total of SI65,000 for 1954. This division is almost traditional in the fulfillment of : s an nual goals, and it is a practical certainty thai Monday's social function will conclude the women's drive this year. As we see it. the Share-Your-Sunshine Luncheon should be a "must" for every woman in the Greater Miami area. The purpose seems self-explanatory. Israel's needs are great. The infant republic has gone a long way toward solidifying its gains, but American Jewry's support is mandatory if what has been conquered and won shall not be lost again. Functions such as the Share-Your-Sunshine Luncheon go a long way toward insuring this continuina support. Israel and its courageous citizens will be the benefactors of those present at the women's CJA social on Monday. Of itself, the luncheon will symbolize our women's devoted role in one of Greater Miami's most important annual philanthropic efforts. IIHp tho Ri'fl OOKK The Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross is now askinq for our aid in its currampaign. No matter how many obligationa are upon us, and no matter how many other organizations call for support of their worthy drives, we think it important to regard Dade's fund raising effort here as our own — to identify ourselves with it and to contribute to the limit of our means. The Red Cross is a truly democratic institution. It is the people's own first line of defense against disaster which may strike without warnina and at any moment. By supporting the Dade drive, we will be underwriting a cuarantee for our own future safety. We will be assurina a steady stream of aid when we may need it most. By supoorting the Dade drive, we will be coining the satisfaction that we are similarly heloing our neiqhbors — no matter where they reside in this nation. Snrof llims.'ll The new Syrian government is little more than a week old, and already Premier Sabry el-Assaly has indicated through a bitter attack against the United States that he will tolerate no more aid to Israel. The conscience of the Arab world at least is convinced that in the judgment of history and civilized nations the United States bears the major responsibility for the Palestine "catastrophe" and its consequences. Premier Sabry el-Assaly opined. We find it bitterly amusing that the Syrian leader should presume to talk about the "conscience" of the Arab world which, during two world wars in the past half century played one side against another and took no political, ideological or military stand except such that advanced the cause of its aristocracy. And we find it confusing that Premier Sabry el-Assaly SDeaks with certainty for his Arab League colleaques who have demonstrated that the only value uniting them is their hatred for democracy and Israel. The horizon of Syrian politics is such that he may find himself a purged "has-been" before he fully warms the quarters of his new position. Premier Sabry el-Assaly ought to be more guarded in his pro300 YEARS Of SETTLEMENT OF JEWS IN US. I'll rim The annual Festival of Purim will be marked next week by Jews throughout the world. Old and young alike will avail themselves of the joy of hissing Haman the villain with their noise-makers as they listen to the story of Esther unfold in the reading of the Megillah. Purim is a noteworthy celebration because it reaffirms the Jewish will to survive as a religious identity in the-face of extreme persecution. Also heralding the coming of Passover and the spring, it takes into account a woman's heroism in the name of her people. The Jewish triumph, the role of the Jewish woman in that triumph and the coming of spring when the land awakens and grows rich are thus all tied, and we learn during Purim that no tyrant can subdue our belief. Tho Midway Dinner Delegates from throughout the United States continue to arrive here for the Midway Dinner of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center scheduled on Miami Beach this Sunday evening. We take this opportunity of welcoming them here. Some 3,500 members of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will join the delegates in taking stock of the women's Zionist organization s drive to build and equip the medical center near Jerusalem, Israel. The Sunday dinner marks the halfway point of Hadassah's drive. Speakers will include Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver. Mrs. Moses Epstein, national American affairs chairman of the women's organization, and Mrs. Martha Sharp, former assistant to the chairman of the Security Resources Board. Those taking leading roles in arranging the function include some of our most active local residents in communal and national matters pertaining to Jewry Hadassah's decision to build and equip the medical center was made about three years ago. Since that time, upward of five millions have been collected by the organization toward the ten million dollars needed to complete the project. The goal set by Hadassah is a realistic Z'iT ^ QUSe ,akes ,n, acc !" this humane and democratic principle typical of the energetic Jewish StateF It will welcome all patients alike Arab Christian and Jew -. and minister to their needs on an equal basis. JO?!! an T L deal cnaracte rizes 'he spirit of HaS£?" W ? men 8 Z,0n,s organization actively carries forward the philosophy that founded Israel at a time when Zionism. gen ally. ,s taking stock of its past accomohshmem and future program. The Midway Dinner on S eve nina > addition to spurring the E !" T ^T 1 dnVe wU1 aetve a Wbute to Aose Jewish women who have not stood st H these past years and who have given the energy and understanding to assist Israel in During The Week .. .A 9 I S By LEO MINDLIN IT SEEMS TO ME TO BE A tribute to Jewish a has saved and perpetuated its tradition in tho face 0 f years of unfavorable circumstances gathered together sources and united into an apparently singular force aimwi I ing it. This also holds true in America; although the dang tradition here arises not out of a concentrated effort to it as a result of its acceptance as a minority religion and the state into which its followers have fallen. Unafraid of the future, it would seem that Jews rejectedl of their spiritual .satisfaction and sought for fulfillment th as "integrated" individuals in American society and in all tions. In the face of this trend, another has also been apparent, and it is this last that brings credit to Jewish! in America despite the presence of comfort and the rela of fear. By this I mean the religious school system as it has i over the past half century. We are not to be surprised whei^ with the fact that the Talmud Torah flourished during I decades following the year 1900: indeed, we are forced toi sociological reasons underlying its failure to attract lai of first generation Jews in that era — a false sense ot i from the aura of the East European, ghetto, and so forth. For. the individuals who migrated here, brought witl! '-en-e" of Torah. reverence for it and understanding of it their desire to perpetuate this sense that brought to the Til its vigor in the face of a nihilistic Jewish intellectual !" nafe| by newfound freedoms in America. But it is pleasantly surprising to discover that the reugM continues to be an active element in the perpetuation of 1 dition during our own time. Those who were the foundatia| Talmud Torah fifty years ago are no longer with us The | taught are now its leaders. THERE CAN BE NO DOUBT that much ignorance pn administrative and educational processes of the religious But, by and large, these schools are doing a noteworthy job. a central force for the Jewish youngster who enters their ( daily after many hours of secular training in the public sea The ignorance encountered in the religious school is a coa vanced by the uninformed parent who falls prey to the I teacher and the uninformed parent who handcuffs the sincere f trained instructor because he is a "communal leader" hol honorarium seriously and who imposes his untutored belies! superior understanding and professional acumen of tho.ebef governs. Despite the fact that today's Talmud Torah has learnai fairly successfully with those obstacles, it has fared less well I j area. There, the conspiracy of ineptitude, lack of informatialj cial ambition is multiplied by capitulation to the secondaall oration American Jewish feeling that only a little traditioalj edge la needed to bolster the future "integrated and "ea personality. Out of thiv misalliance is bred the Sunday scbooli The Bureau of Jewish Education hero has been nrnksfl effort to bring unified administrative and educational P" the religious schools of Miami as have the schools, thcmselvtt* own initiative This is a good thing, for it goes at least >ome*J insuring the fact that a minimum number of nogati^ W work against the task cut out for itself by the religious | of the Bureau's newest moves has been to create a fund of' perMinnol for the weakest branch of the religious school I the Sunday school. This last is weak precisely because It caters not to needs of the student but to the maximum requirement of W ed" parent who has insisted upon the establishment of~ dispensing agency to conform to his vision of comfort a* lion Such a compromise whh the alternative that fifty >* jected Jewish tradition entirely necessarily demands the) of regulatory skill from the Bureau and the individual r" selves, if the Sunday school is to surpass the demands of I parent and be effective at all. The Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education hai a schedule in conjunction with the University oJ Mia end. Involved are a Hebrew civilization and Hebrew \" given at the Bureau's building, with its personnel acting" I The student who enrolls in these courses reaps two benentj himself as a qualified Sunday school teacher, and he vr toward a Master's degree at the University of Miami. THE EDUCATION BUREAU, IN WORKING this sy* U of M officials, has brought credit upon itself. For it M niied here as an educative force of high calibre. Also re library which serves as the source of textual material '""I courses More important, however, is the fact that it i* ^^ of qualified personnel who may soon replace those teachers now entering their classrooms each week only of their youthful and trusting pupils. I have also heard word here that the horfeoW — school many soon be expanded and that they *'" ve |jn j| three-day curriculum more honestly and intelligently n > of a religious school student. This is eertainly an """"Vj ^ those who undertake to implement it must be appwj ^i For the opposition with which they will undoubtedly



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12, 1954 *JmlsiincrHton PAGE 5A jntism No Anti-Communist Weapon, Tells Miami AJCommittee committo and guests £,n Jewish Committee, RE h-.mc of Leo Robin1 ,Lk heard David Dan.Wonal proKram coordinator, \ Z AJC P r ram P norlties Scribed some of the thP \merican Jewish Com, fighting Communism, relta publications of the Cornsuch a-. Communists. 0r foes of Civil Liberd other works unmasking pnist iron' organizations. .tame time, he pointed out ere is danger that some ljfl| seek to exploit AmenLtimate concerns rgarding Communism. "Vigij, nq means of combatting U ni-ni I' attracts elements t,i democracy is .,],. • h iid "Moreover ,!.,•]'.(r in tin i political Hal orthodox} in which free .ion would be renon-conformlty outAir Mail Rate Unchanged, Post Office Says Here made some progress in inveigling Postmaster Valliere of Miami respectable groups to. seek to use this week explained that the rate their literature and their leaderfor air mail is still 6c per ounce. ship. They seek to exploit the issues of the day. Communism, UN, UNESCO, McCarran-Walter Act and other problems of legitimate concern to most Aericans, giving them an anti-Semitic interpretation. In conclusion, Dantig described the manifold activities of the American Jewish Committee in the fields of interreligious cooperation, immigration and many other areas. Theological Seminary Honors Fruchtman Here; Local Leaders Named Co-Chair men The general public is advised that first class mail, paid for at 3c per ounce, should bear no indorsements and is primarily carried by train. However, first-class mail destined for New York. Chicago or Washington is carried by plane when ever space is available, but there is no assurance of plane service. When a person indorses a 3c letter "air mail" the letter is actually Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg is presi3c shortpaid. and regulations dedent of the Chapter, and Burton B. mand that the letter be returned Goldstein is chairman of the Executo the writer for the additional tice Committee I postage, thereby causing delay, Valliere explained. The distinctive red. Day Camp is Announced Here Announcement was made this possible erew.ok of the establishment of a new icall day camp in the Greater Miami ree*|area. Camp Simcha. Director^ are Malcolm P. Furman, Marjoric I'.nt. Gertrude Kallick and Shushannah Spec-tor teachers at the Hebrew Academy. Kegistration is open at the camp's offices in the Floridian Motel. Camp Simcha will run from white and blue envelope is intended for air mail only and must have 6c tage affixed. "Do not indrose your letterail mail unless you prepay the postane at 6< per ounce," he concluded _.ed out tlii' a democra[, with the danuni-m would be ,-m n i these the political demoj in to fill a \a I ihe failure of 1 it groups to j | %  the pro%  .: pointed pr lending i has •""! In ih' >l tes -mce I last sevi : I down i onsiderimportant, i (plained, j I im on ef-1 t press r extending civil I j ill \nii'rpi'j noted thai the techniques pp nr'j.iiii/eii anti-Semitic i seem to bo changing. These I," pointed out, appear to | better command "t the techDI public relations and have (ers Named Head iDL Executive umin Meyers, Miami busl|ii. and civic le ler has been chairman ol the Greater Executive Committee ol the Vnti-Defai'.'nth. lu ite of Yale My. He has served as presbl the Bureau ol Jewish Kduland i.i im mber oi the Ex Committee <,i the Greater Jewish Federation. |l known for hiinterest in linnal advancement, Meyers lember oi the Citizens' Advispard of the University of Mithe pa-t several years, he een an active leader in the >m of the And Defamation uf B'nai Brith and has J as a member of the NationMcutive Committee of the [Defense Appeal, fund raising Mn of the ADt and Ameri*'sh Committee. Purim Ball is Due A Hamantashen Purim Ball will he sponsored by the Yount; Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, on Thursday evening, Charles H. Fruchtman, Miami Beach and Toledo civic and religious leader, will be honored on April 7th by a testimonial dinner by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Announcement' of the../unction, was made by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Seminary. "Fruchtman possesses a rare combination of spiritual talents. He is a student and lover of Torah, a dynamic exponent of the place of Torah in American life and generous in its support. This devotion has expressed itself in every facet of Jewish cultural and spiritual life, and especially in the ef1 forts of the Seminary," Dr. FinkelI stein said. I "To this model leader, the Semij nary proffers its boundless gratiposi tude. It is truly fitting that Frueht| man has been selected as the Drst person in South Florida to be so honored by the Seminary. He represents the continually growing importance of Greater Miami in the American Jewish community. All of America is the beneficiary Chcrlt fruchtman vear, he was chairman of the Winof his work," the chancellor con-1 ter Residents Division of the ComJune 21st through August 13th. March 18th. 8:30 p.m., according and dietary laws will be observed, to Mart Kistling. president. eluded. Fruchtman. vice president of the Miami Beach Jewish (enter and treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has played an active role in communal work since establishing residence here. Last North Shore B'nai H'rith Women Plan Luncheon The North Shore Chapter of its at B'nai B'rith Women will hold fourth annual donor luncheon ihe Clover Club on Wednesday, March 17th. 12:30 p.m. speaker will be Mrs. Mary Co hen. national chairman of Vocational Guidance and past president of District No. 3. Mrs. Saul Goldstrum will present the invocation. Mrs. Harry Gordon, past president of District No. 5, will close with the benediction. Mrs. Jack R. Wein is donor luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Max Davis is co-chairman. Mrs. Morris Kaufman is in charge of reservations. Working for CJA Luncheon Unlimited on March 15th are these members of the committee: first row (left to right) are Mrs Emanuel I. Smith, Mrs. Michael R. Marks and Mrs. Raymond Wall Second row are Miss Esther Cohen, Mrs. Albert Clark. Mrs. Alpert and Mrs. Ida Optner. Rear are Mrs. Irwin Liss, Mrs. Charles Beckwitt and Mrs. A. Frank Welhns. bined Jewish Appeal and chairman of the fifth annual Hebrew Academy dinner. He is an ad national leader in the campaigns oi the tinted Jewish Appeal, the Israel Bond issue, Brandeis University and the Albert Einstein College oi Medicine. Three Greater Miami communal leaden will serve as cc-ch urmen of the April dinner. Samuel N. Friedland, David Levuuon and Joseph M. Rose will be in charge of the function Friedland. chairman of the Board and founder ol Food Pair Stores, la president ol the Miami feach Jewish 'inter and national vice chairman of the Seminary's Planning and Campaign Committee. Rosj, a past president of the Hi; ami Beach Jewish Center and form, er chairman of the Greater Miami | Committee for Israel Bonds, lown%  er of the Royal Palm Hotel. Levinj son. who has been active in the bond drive and several national and local campaigns in New York and Florida, is co-owner of the Alj giers Hotel. JNF to Honor Purim Nephrosis Group Meets prcsi .; Next meeting of the Greater Mident of the Jewish National Fund ami Chapter .if the National NephCouncil of Greater Miami, announces a holiday radio program by the Jewish National Fund Council, in honor of Purim, Sunday, March 14th. 12 p.m., over station VVMBM rosis Foundation will be held at the home of Mrs. William Epstein. 2470 SW 22nd Avenue, on Monday, March 15th. 8:30 p.m. Demand Israel Kosher and get What you demand! You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy fSJMtl bcautics ^W ** rnuchkss flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Beef, all Beef, choice Beefl FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA Gel te knoui uiW jSfld.is/ 1 -a Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. 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PAGE 6A jgfc^tflMalfee Sandra Bloom Weds Norman Konner in Double King Rites; to Live in Aberdeen Sandra Gay Bloom became Mrs. Norman Konner in a 6 p.m. ceremony on Sunday, March 7th, at the Di Lido Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spi/itual leader of Beth David Synagogue, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 S\V 30th Road. Mr. Konner's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kevah Konner. Pinebrook, New Jersey. The bride was attifed in an impurted French chantilly lace and nylon tulle gown over ice blue taffeta featuring a fitted bodice, off.-houlder neckline and long sleeves ending in a point at the wrists. The full skirt ended in a sweeping cathedral train. Her four-tiered illusion veil fell from a tiarra of paillets and pearls. She carried a Bible covered with white orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Maid of honor was Miss Joan Konner. sister of the groom Mrs. Norton Bloom, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Both w>re ice blue nylon tulle gowns Mid carried a cascade of dyed-tomatefa carnation* and roses Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Hablow and Miss Lynn LeVine. of Miami, in ice blue nylon tulle g wns and cascades of carnations and roses Frank M Kobbin-. coui the groom, was besl man Ushers included Norton B Bloom. brother of the bride, and Norman Schneider, the bidecousin. The lormer Miss Bloom cradualed from Miami Hi^h School, lere h was president of Tri Council. She attended the University of Miami and pli l':ii Sigma Sigma Sororitj there associated with her father in the Royal Palm Sportswear Mr Konner graduated from i land Hii^h School. New York City, and received the • • from Rutgers Univerhew he was a memiu r ol Phi Epsiion Pi Fraternitj rhe couple met when the groom • hen for hivacation a year A reception and dinner follow i the ceremony Among out-ofti wn guests wen Mr and Mri. Feldekrin. Mr and MrAt" Kronield. Mr and Mrs. M Bloom. Mrs Sadie Bloom. MrJ. Jay. MrA 2erman and Mr. Cye Kronfeld. Following a wedding trip to the islands and Puerto Rico. ouple will re-ide in Abi Mrs. No/men Konner Silvcrman, Ager Betrothal Told Mr. and MrJack Silverman, of 3200 Chase Avenue, announced the engagement of their daughter. Eleanor, to Ronald E Ager son of Mr. and MrDrez Ager, 450 East Di Lido Drive, at a cocktail party in their home on March 6ih. Miss Silverman was graduated from the Packer Collegiate Infinite Brooklyn, New York, and senior at the University of Miami She will receive her BA di .: %  %  in Fel ru irj 1955 She is %  member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, where she held the office of treasurer and social chairman. She •A eta '• d i" the Women's Ri si dence Council ol the I niver-ity of Miami Mr. Ager attended the University of Illinois and received hiBS degree at the University of Miami. He was I founding member ol Alpha Omega Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity at the University of Miami He ia member of the Mahi Shrine Temple and Hibiscus Masonic Lodge At present, he ivice president of Ever-Dur Inc. Miami. The couple are planning a sum mer wedding Four Rabbis Unite Jaffc, Schwartz Temple Beth Jai Miami! ne of the wed_ Sunday, March 7th, 6:30 p.m i i hai. %  V :.• i : Mr. and Mrs William Jaffe, •-. Ohio, a r. d Gi S hwartz, son ol Mr Harry N. Schwai York < !itj rinter sue-;at thi Gn < Pancoast Hotel. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph Kahaneman, ol Ii. el, Rabbi Dr. Leo Jung of New Y Tk City, Rabbi Ralbag ol N York City, and Rabbi Most cheloff. Beth Jacob spiritu„ er. performed the ceremony. Mrs. Schwartz received her degree at the University at Chicago. attended the Julliard School. New Y >rk. and studied art under the eminent artist Yasilicff. The groom is a graduate of Ohio State University. He recently received hiMasters degree at George Washington University, Washington. D.C., and is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. H>' is at present associated with his father in the import-export business in New York City. Miss Xewmark Weds Air Force Lieutenant Miss Miriam (Mimi) Ncwmark and Lt Donald Edward Pullman, USAF. were married Saturday in The Cottage of the Hampshire 1 House, New York Dr. Juddah Kahn performed the ceremony. The bride iknown to Ring Theater goelhere. A graduate of the University of. Miami, -he appeared in produc\ Uoiu of Hamlet. Romeo And| Juliet. Happy Time. Curious Sav-' Bge an I Finian's Rainbow. Given Mrs. Howard S. Hortmili Newberg, Horowitz Exchange Vows The Biscayne Terrace Hotel was the site of the Sunday wedding of Barbara Newberg and Howard S. Horowitz Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the 6 30 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs David Newberg, 3130 SW 18th Street, and was given in marriage by her father Mr. Horowitz' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Horowitz. 1535 Euclid Avenue." Newly wed Mrs. Horowitz' chapellenuth gown was fashioned of chan1111 > lace with flowing overskirt raroAYj gABTH^ Shochet Kntertait En Houte Ho mc Mr and Mrs A Kinley Fred K. Shochet last ^ k Cheir home in Washingu?! Shochet. who is publisher Jewish Floridian and chains.. General Mobilization in th, ,, Greater Miami Combined J Appeal campaign, -topped off i a brief visit with his ^ brother-in-law on his return'. a trip to Israel. Among those present at tl ception were Rabbi and Mrs, ris Sandhaus and son. Rabbi haus is assistant to the 3 of Chaplain's Service of Vets Administration in WashJajIti Others included Rabbi and A. A. Kellner. Rabbi Green. Col. and MrSholem 1 renze, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vi Mand Mrs. I Shavick, Mn orah Hart man. Miss Shochet. Mr and Mrs. A land. Dr. Btaabse Kurln \nr\f She-hot and -on St. and Mrs. S BkaJst. Uabbi and MrIlillel Rabbi and Mrs H Kaufman and Mrs. Harry Klavan. Mr. Mrs. Sylvan Silverman and Sir Mrs. Harold Goldfeder. Earlier. Shochet was entofl ed at a theater and cocktail I in New York City bv Bob Fa columnist for the BrooklynI F^gle. Purim Carnival at opening in front to show three tulle ppfl, Sholom SlMt.t tioned He ia Rutgers University graduate, having received his com mission as a pilot from Williams Air Force Baa l handler. Arizona 'l IM the daughti r of Mn Sidne) Newmark and the late Mr. Newmark. L* Pullman parents ] Havana. Cuba, the couple will make are Dr and Mi rd Pullman.'their home in Miami Beach. Cohen, Schwartz will Reside on Beach The former Miss Lillian Cohen.! tional director of Beth Sholom. Mrs. Irving B Kaplan ipre: liam Yanowitz. Sol S. Pine. Balief. Gilbert Goldman and Kronish. Profits realized from the 0 val this year will be donated byi pupils of the Religious School the Temple's Building Fund for purchase of an Eternal Light M the new sanctuar> which is no*" the process of being built, Sydney J. Green hers is ed daughter of Mrs. Bessie Cohen. 148 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. wai united in marriage to Sidney Schwartz, of 246 NE 1-t Street. Miami, in Congregation Beth Jacob on Saturday evening, March 6th. About 250 friends and relatives witnessed the ceremony which was performed by Rabbi Moses Messh! eloff. Following a brief honeymoon to of the PTA. DEPENDABLE DOVESTICHH RELIABLE OAv WORKEM A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 7 N. e s"< s- ""o"*' *L MEIOENBEPQ. O-nir itf f • %  % %  urdine's • 'luAjuAt -Zl Hit" homo of SUNSHINE FASHIONS '"t U s p.t off. 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pA r, MARCH 12, 1954 +J*rist\tk>rklkn PAGE 7 A tgcr, Tager cc Troth h()llM<„d Mrs. Jacob Krieger, of Ivfrk Otv. announce the beG of their daughter, Suzanne. old S. Tager. %  T gcr is the son of Mr. and IcbX Tager. 5215 Pine Tree |Ch mi Beach. He b • coiJTd partner of Florida ; n food Processors. Krieger graduated from hi ColWge where she majI .rtThe belonged to Ph i,'Vgnia and the Fine Arts ( Tager graduated from the lersitv of Miami Law School I a member of the Dade and L to Associations. His clubs Pn. Epsilon Pi, Nu Beta Ephd [ n ,lheiaffiliated with the fc' ns and Elks. -5^. %  ^ %  WMiss Suzanne Krieger truly Postol to Mitzvah Miff Rhona Johnston I'M Students to Wed in Summer Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnston, of Wilmington. Delaware, anJ nounce the engagement of their daughter Rhona. to Marvin B. Guberman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guberman. also of Wilmington. Miss Johnston is a drama major in her sophomore year at the University of Miami. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her fiance is a senior in the University of Miami Law School. Upon entering the University of Delaware, where he spent two years in undergraduate school, he joined Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and served as vice president of the Inter-fraternity Council. He was also business manager of the University of Delaware's weekly Review. He is a veteran of the United States Army. The wedding has been planned for early summer. I'. I ills lendv Phyllis Postol, daughter felr. and Mrs Joseph Postol. II East u.u Harbor Drue, will Ibrate her Bas Mitzvah on Satby morning. March 13th, at the Inn Beach Jewish Center. Rabrving (.ehrman will officiate. Jendy will he presented with a le and Bas Mitzvah certificate Uarjorie Friedland, a recent Bas tuh celebrant who will be real th.it time. |n eighth gi indent at NauJunior High School. Wendy fcnds the Religious School of the kmi Beach Jewish Center. Faxband to Meet Ben-Gurion Branch. Farband, will meet on Wednesday evening, March 17th, 8 p.m., at Beth El Congregation, according to Dr. Harry H. Queen, president. A discussion on Jews, Zionist and non-Zionist, is slated. Beth El Marks Purim Annual Beth El Purim Festival will be celebrated on Sunday. March 14th. 8 p.m.. in the Dora August Auditorium at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Mrs. Koretsky is Hostess Mrs. Harry Koretsky. of 6145 La Gorce Drive. Miami Beach, will be hostess at her home for a games party on Wednesday evening, March 17th, 8 p.m. Proceeds are for the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Center in Israel 40 Rebekah Lodge Meeting Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9 will be hostess to District Deputy Marian Fort in at her last meeting for District No. 24 on Tuesday, March 16th, 8 p.m.. in the Lyceum Hall. 25 Washington Avenue. Hadassah Purim Party A Purim party will be given by Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah at the Bancroft Hotel on Thurs day. March 18th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Ray Marquit is chairman and Mrs Sadie Collegeman. co-chairman. Mrs. William Feuer is president. %  PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mrs. Becky Siegelbaum. of Brooklyn, New York, is houseguesting at the home of her sister and brother-in-law. the Sold Budners. Garden Avenue. Miami Beach. During her stay, Mrs. Siegelbaum will be guest of honor at several dinner parties with Mrs. Nat Bodenstein, of Woodhaven, New York. •ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal and children. Harvey and Sarah, of Savannah, Georgia, have returned home after spending the winter here with Mrs. Blumenthal's parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Ap-, ril, 451 SW 30th Road. •ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rose, of 9009 Garland Avenue, Surfside, entertained at a dinner party Tuesday' night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aaronson. of Cleveland, Ohio. The Aaronsons are visiting with Mrs. Aaronson's mother, Mrs. Lee Alexander, at her Pennsylvania Avenue home. They have with them their son. Mitchell, and their daughter, Cindy. Also entertaining for the Aaronsons will be Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss, who are planning a dinner party for them Friday night. Mrs. Aaronson and Mrs. Weiss are sisters. i: ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Manfred J. Berliner, of 541 SW 24th Road, announce the birth of their son. Frederic. Mr. Berliner, a graduate of the University of Miami aw School, is a Miami Beach attorney. \'r ft ft Judge and Mrs. Louis Levinthal, of Philadelphia, have spent the past three weeks at the Sterling Hotel, Miami Beach. The Judge is president of the Jewish Publication Society of America. •ft ft ft Rabbi Abraham I. Feldbin and his family are spending their vacation in Miami as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Bender, 5861 SW 13th Terrace. West Miami. Rabbi Feldbin is spiritual leader of the Astoria Center of Israel in Long Island. New York, and past Kings County Chaplain of the JWV. Bender is State Commander of the Jewish War Veterans here. •ft ft ft Samuel April has returned to his classes at Yeshiva University. New York, after visiting his parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. 451 SW 30th Road, during the midwinter vacation. •ft -ft ft Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, of 1755 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Doris Rosenberg. Toronto, Canada, and an annual winter resident here, were honored Wednesday at a luncheon held in the Algiers Hotel. The occasion was a Bon Voyage for Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Rosenberg who are leaving for Europe on April 2nd. Hostesses included Mrs. Samuel Pollack. Mrs. William Agranove and Mrs. .Saul Rotenbe'rg. Earlier. Mrs. Davis was honored'at a Friday Von Voyage reception held in the home of Mrs. Harry Saunders. 1535 West Avenue. Mrs. Davis is vice president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. ft -ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Harry Ncedleman. :>f Miami Beach, and Cantor and Mrs. Philip H. Brummer, of Miami Bars ten Myron Joseph Katzoff, son of Mrs. Annett Kendall Katzoff, 911 80th Street, Miami Beach, became Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kro'nish officiated. A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's honor followed at the Biltmore Terrace. Among out-of-town guests were Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Fischer, of Baltimore, Maryland, and Mrs. Rebecca Katzoff, also of Baltimore, the Bar Mitzvah's grandmother. Dr. Williams to Speak At Academy Meeting Dr. Alma Williams, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Miami, will discuss the development of reading habits in the elementary school child at the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers' meeting on Tuesday. March 16th, 12:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Kogan. chairman of the group said that in conjunction with the Purim holiday, the Adult Hebrew Academy Class will present a humorous skit on the story of Purim. Also included on the agenda for the afternoon is a report on the Academy Library, to be rendered by Mrs. Joseph Zemcl, chairman, and the selection of a representative to the National Convention of Day School PTA's, scheduled for May 30th in Washington, D.C. Participating in the Purim skit will be the Mesdames Joseph Zemel. Irwin Makovsky. Robert Rich, George Simon, Abraham Margel, Ida Wessel, Albert Naness and' Abraham Steinberg. Mrs. Shoshana Spector, instructor of the class will supervise the program. William Levitts to Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary Here Mr. and Mrs. William Levitt. 76 years and 72 years of age. respectively, are natives of Dayton, Ohio, for the past 50 years. They have been vacationing on Miami Beach for 10 years and have been guests at the Catalina Hotel for the past three years. Charles Goldberg, owner of the Catalina Hotel, made a surprise birthday party for Mr. Levitt on his 76th birthday, which was celebrated by guests of the hotel, friends and relatives on February j 18th. Levitt has six children. 11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. All are natives of Dayton, Ohio. Levitt was in tho junk and coal! business with his son in law. Ike Kaplan, for 35 years and has been retired for the past eight years. The Levitts will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in August. He has been a member of B'nai B'rith for the past 35 years, Beth Jacob Synagogue for 50 years, and the BAU Synagogue for the past 30 years. Their daughter and son-in-law, the Ike Kaplans, are vacationing here with them now. Choral Groups Formed Two choral groups have been organized by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center as a result of the interest shown by members of the Jewish Festival Chorus, which recently presented a concert in Flamingo Park. The groups will be meeting under the direction of Robert Strassburg on Monday nights at the Centers Town Branch and on Thursday nights at the Beach Branch, both at 8 p.m. Wendy Pcs.'oJ D YIDDISHER FORUM [ELI""' SATUWAr < • p* |WfW 8MII CONGREGATION 5l tlKlA .Mi... leach SAT "DAY, MARCH 13th •MM Speaker H. SHL0ME SIMON Hrom New York) „ T pie: m notum or jiwisH CONTINIHTr" Psychoanalyst in Talk The Miami Beach Division of the j Beach. Jewish Center, will welcome Greater Miami Section, National \ [ )r and Mrs. Sheldon Swift, New Council of Jewish Women, will | York, and their two baby sons dur hold last meeting in a current psyj n g the week of Hebrew School to Meet Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday evening, March 17th, 8 p.m.. it has been announced by H. M. Drewich. president. Rabbi Malavsky Speaks Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, will speak over WGBS on Tuesday. March 16th, 10:15 p.m.. on the Rabbinical Hour. Ban Robert Z. Benach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benach, 1150 100th Street. Bay Harbor Islands, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, March 13th, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Robert, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the seventh grade of Nautilus Junior High School. chological Discussion Croup series. The Psychology Of Women, on Thursday, March 18th. at 8 p.m.. at the Delano Hotel. Guest speaker wilj be Dr. Norman Shulak. psychoanalyst. He will speak on: Living For Your Life. AUGUST EPOS i* *4 tTt Brahms Book Review Prof. Edward Clarke, of the faculty of the University of Miami. will be guest speaker on Saturday afternoon. 3:30 p.m., at the Spin o/a Outdoor Forum, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street an* Ocejan Court, Miami Beach. Clarke will review the book. Brahms, His Life And Work. Charles H. Lee will preside. March 15th. Dr. Swift will attend the 1954 Medical Convention here while on the brief vacation. He is a son of Chief Rabbi and Mrs Harris Swift, of Natal Province. Durban. South Africa. ft ft ft Kolman Luria. of 4575 Post Avenue, was host for two weeks to his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J Luria, of New Haven, Connecticut. Also spending one and two-week vacations with him were his children Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Luria, Bridgeport, Connec ticut. and Dr. and Mrs. Phelps Luria. Far Rockaway. Long Island. New York. Presently visiting here are hjs son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Luria, of Ansonia, Connecticut. MX" f Yiddish-American 1 VAUDEVILLE Oil Screen • Gertrude %  ERG %  M ourOPEN ls4$ SUN. thru THURS. Mar. 14 thru 18 tht greatest entertainer of the American-Yiddiih Stage LEO FUCHS with SARAH GING010 GERTRUDE STEIN RIFKAIE RKHMAN LEON SCHACHTER, Director SPY* at Hit Matinee All Seats 76c WASH. AVE. AT IS* ST. .CAMEO.



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PAGE 8 A **/<#> fh^ktirtr B'nai B nth Youth Will Mark Purim Over twenty chapters of the B'nai. B'rith Youth Organization, with a membership of 600 teen agers, will participate in a Purim carnival at the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, all day Sunday. M;>rch 21st, it was announced by Joan Siegel, president of the BBYO Council hich will sponsor the event. Carnival booths manned by chapter members will be decorated and sion accorf.ing to Joan Bierman. in harn. v with the holiday occaihaliman ot I he committee work;ng on this phast ot the program Climax of the festivities will come at the evening dance which is being planned by the social com mittee chaired by Debbie Kamm. A carnival prince and princess will ha selected from entries chosen by the various chapters and .. carnival queen will be selected. Judges for the contest will be Milton A. Friedman, national BBYO commissioner; Mrs. A Frank \VYIlin-. District No 5 BBYO chairman lor WomenB'nai B'rith chap terv Junes l.r\rii-


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pmAY. MARCH 12, 1954 +JmistifhrHinr) PAGE 9 A Coral Gables Area Slates Breakfast Socials; Shochet to Address Affairs Thri c prominent Coral Gables Hvic leaders will play host to their friends and neighbors at a social "breakfast in behalf of the Comhined J<'ish Appeal on Sunday, „ h 14th. at 10:30 a.m. 'Announcement of the novel •vents was made by Stanley C. u.ers Coral Gables area chairman ;/ the combined Jewish Appeal General Mobilization. Breakfasts will be held simultaneouslv at the homes of Mr. and Mrs Max W. Temchin, 4850 BiltHR Drive; Mr. and Mrs. E. Herman Fisher, 4114 Anderson Road; am l Mr and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. 1819 Ferdinand Street, Coral Gables General Mobilization chairman Fred K. Shochet, who returned from a tour of Israel early this week will make personal appearances at all three affairs to bring an eye witness account of the trip. Shochet was the guest of the Israel government and accompanied five publishers of English-Jewish newspapers in the United States. The social affairs mark a departure in community campaignins in behalf of CJA, it was explained by Myers. Maximum participation in special gifts functions was the goal f the breakfast project-, with Business Men's Council events following general solicitation in the door-to-door effort closing the Coral Gables campaign. Goal Ol all General Mobilization arc.i> nan' municipalities included is SiM.106. •We are confident that the breakfast-socials being tried for the first time in a community drive will prove successful," said Aaron M. Kanner, general campaign chairman. "It provides a splendid means of unifying the men and women of small communities into dynamic forces for good — and for the strengthening of Jewish life everywhere." -W< Miller Miller to Enter Medical Svhoot Daniel Miller, a junior at the University of Miami, will enter Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, in September. 1954. He is the son of Mrs. Belle Miller and the late Bertram Milj ler, 5493 North Bay Road, Miami Beach. Miller came here with hit family from Chi cago at the ag of 10. While at tending school he worked as s p a p er delivery boy. He was confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom and graduated from the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. At 14. Miller was one of the organizers and the first president of the Chaim Weitzman Group of Young Judaea. The National Youth Commission choe him as one of the Chevra. Upon being graduated from Miami Beach High School, he was awarded the Kiwanis Trophy for service to his school and also a two-year scholarship to the University of Miami from the Exchange Club. The U of M gave him the Dade County Scholarship for two more years. Daniel is a student assistant instructor at the university. He was elected president of the German Honorary Delta Phi Alpha and is a members of the Zoology Honorary, Beta Beta Beta. He belongs to the pre-med honorary. Alpha Epsilon Delta. He was recently awarded a scholarship key by the University chairman Daniel M. Broad has anj for ^ onc of the sllK e nts with Bounced that Mayor Harold Shahe hj hest de average of the piro. of Miami Beach, Rabbi Irv-1 f int Lehrman, spiritual leader of'* Miami Beach Jewish Center, and JJ ** Mrs jack Brass, Israel war hero, j Dr. Simon to Address "ill all appear on the program of Apartment Group Schedules Brunch Outstanding personalities in the fields of government, religion and world affairs have been named principal speakers at the annual Combined Jewish Appeal Apart-' ment House brunch to be held Sunday. March 14th. 10:30 a.m., in the Algiers Hotel. Apartment House Division Miomions to be Cited at NCCJ Dinner Monday Evening Many Miami residents will be a part of the near-capacity audience expected for the Brotherhood Dinner at the DiLido Hotel, Miami Beach, on Monday night, March 15th. Three eminent Americans. Dr. j Frank P. Graham, United Nationals Mediator between India and Pakistan, Dr. Abram L. Sachar. president of Brandeis University. and James H. Twohy, national Catholic vice chairman, National Conference of Christians and Jews, will speak. Three Miami area citizens, John B. Turner, Leonard Usina and Carl Weinkle. are scheduled to receive awards for distinguished service. Dan J. Mahoney, chairman, Sam Blank, J. N. McArthur and Dick Roberts head a dinner committee which forecasts the outstanding NCCJ occasion held here. Reservations may still be made through the NCCJ office, 323 Calumet Building, Miami. ^* Dr. Efres to Address Living Book Series Dr. Israel Efros, noted scholar and lecturer, will speak at the Miami Boach Jewish Center Monday night in the third of The Living Book Series. The lecture-discussion will be directed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, which is sponsoring the series in conjunction with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Noted for his creative poetry. Dr. Efros has served as Professor of Hebrew at Hunter College in New York City and at Dropsie College in Philadelphia since 1941. Award ed the La Med poetry prize in 1941. Dr. Effos' latest work is Timon of Athens, published in 1953. His writings include The Problem of Space in Jewish Mediaval Philosophy, The Bloody Jest. Philosophical Terms in the Moreh Nebukim, Shirim. Zahav and many others including a Hebrew translation of Hamlet. Dr. Efros was visiting professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 1937-39, and served as Professor of Semitics at the University of Buffalo from 1928 until 1940. He was dean of Baltimore Hebrew College from 1917 until 1928. Born in Ostrog. Poland in 1890, he received his BA and MA degrees from New York University and his PhD in 1915 from Columbia University. TREAT YOURSELF, to a superb DINNER tonight .r v famous ijAIiTZ cuisine DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED TNI GOOD 43rd & COLLINS PHONE 28-1451 m *-> %  HOTIl s trathHaven HOTEL ^OGUST BROS k>, ft thi t\l %/ On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE It Now Open to Serve You for the Coming Season Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Reservations Phone 5-4691 the tnnlitinn.il breakfast event. More Hum 1.500 manager.-., owners and lessees of apartment houses throughout Dade County have been invited to attend the affair) which annually attracts a record audience Brass is the Public Relations Officer of the Hebrew I'niversity in Jerusalem and a veteran of Israel's War ol Independence. During World War II, he directed the first Jewish Blitz Hostels. hnh eared for children of bombed out homes in war ravaged London This project, the first of Its kind m the country, ultimately cared for thousands of homeless victims. In Israel's War of Independence against five invading Arab armies, Mass took an active part in the Haganah. serving on the Haganah intelligence c„r ps where he attain e the rank of Captain.Alfred Lesser, president of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association, has extended an invita•>on to all members of the Associa"" t0 attend the brunch in the wjeherazade Room of the Algiers Hotel on Sunday. Collins Names Miami Campaign Manager I)ade County headquarters for "•Roy Collins, candidate for goverlfru "' h< 0n opened in Miami at W4 Biscayne Boulevard, accord"K to Harold Vann, chairman in •" county for Collins. He named David Eldredge, businessman and former football star, as headquarters manager. He said %  official ceremonial opening will. w announced later. pi rvin Open, as Miami Beach 11 K paiKn '^airman, has established R, amh ncad( l u rters for Collins iWas hington Avenue, and \_ 7ht Street and Indian Creek Der Yiddisher Forum Dr. Shlome Simon, of New York. writer and educator, will be guest speaker at a meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening, March 13th, 8:30 p.m., at Knesseth Israel Congregation. Dr. Simon will discuss problems of the Jewish community. The meeting is a weekly function of the Greater Miami YIVO Committee. "Friendship Dance** Due A "friendship dance" will be sponsored by the Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami JeWish Community Center on Satur day, March 13th. 8:30 p.m., at 450 SW 16th Avenue. 6 Coffee Shop iv* CATERING DIVISION FOR 411 SIU PARTIES R 0 S E D A L E RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 Open %  a.m. til 2 a.m. iCV! New Management \a New Policy Dine in lleganct SiNSIILE PRICES Music by LOINS ADLER Internal* 26th and Collin* Phone (nervations 547*9 [ %¡ mi DADE %  LVD. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations 5-6651 5-4907 BO Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet MENDELSOHN'S


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PAGE 10 A lintdeu Building is Opened Here Downtown Miami's newest office skyscraper, the three million dollar Ainsley Building opened Sunday with approximately 10,000 persons on hand to help dedicate the structure. Visitors toured the building and joined in a buffet refreshments table on the 15th floor penthouse. Herman Greenfeld. president of Ainsley Realty Co.. the building's owner, expressed his gratitude for the welcome the public gave the building. United States Senator from Florida George Smathers. Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and city and county commissioners assisted with the dedication ceremony in front of the First Avenue Lobby entrance at 2 p.m. The building is entirely air-conditioned. Its windows are sealed into aluminum frames, keeping the interior airtight. Three electronic ally controlled elevators, designed by the Otis Elevator Co.. took passengers up and down, demonstrat the latest in elevator developments —no operator-On the fifteenth floor visitors craned their necks, getting one of the best views of the city to be found. The penthouse, glass-walled, will soon be a businessmen's lunch eon club and cocktail lounge. The building features cast con crete balconies on the south side that completely shade offices from tiirect sunlight 10 months out of the year. The little sunlight that enters directly during those two winter months has been already deprived of 50 per cent of its heat by the window glass—Solex. This glass, employed throughout, admits about 75 percent of the sun's light, while cutting much of the heat out of the sun's rays, making offices not only more comfortable, but reducing the load on air-conditioning equipment. Offices on the east and west rides include panoramic windows that extend from ceiling to floor and wall to wall. Greenfeld gave Architect Morris Lapidus. of New York and Miami Beach, credit in employing advanced design for the building, while Leo Kornblath. a close associate of Lapidus. returned plaudits The Miami Beach firm of Oboler and Clarke were engineers for the building, while Robert L. Turchin Inc. of Miami was contractor. While intended for office and 9-Jmisi'fkricfiar) FRIDAY. MARCH 12, ^ th | leM paat II vear* ,f Jewelr) .-ii"if and Florid* daushtet Herbert Sniper, VorK. S.i\l.f iii nt here foi tiled operat New Vork, Sea Jeraes Mr. Halper iir> > % % %  Ruth, .ii"i %  broth*!" K2ffi3**>b M.chte. Sunday, Man ii '' %  '"> %  %  ,n H ,f Hellman I uneral Miami Banc* I" Nebo '•"" '•' Chapel* ,,: a-ai in MI LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE eb> fol % %  ii. op) the manufacturer's showroom space, the owner has provided space for shops on both Flagler Street and First Avenue ground floors and also for portions of the second floor. Obituaries E GrfOSS in tii. %  H i„ ..in mo> Ing irk • :-' %  FANNI (9, who I an bi i n and r,. .1.. <• bu •T .in New Y< died Wi r, Ruth iiro Ni i I rk and thi i:. .,. i Rivet *ldi th in \. -;.. i h. i."i'I bind MORRIS RABINOWITZ I way 1.1 in"it,-, r.. ...ii-. .I.I k. M it.'ii %  nd l' II i ingranilfath. r i %  rial Chapel win 'i %  ., all-He :three Memo: local NOTICE BV PUBLICATION gfe ,N N CHASC D E R F V OR N O.^ E 3 I.,,I is PEtWIN, i iii.1.11 T i. CIVFUV PEKKIN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO CECKI.I V I'KSSIN 1X1 W 71th Street Sen > ork, N V you CECELIA PK881N, are he | ...Ml I.l.i Ml ,, 111.-. I l| %  nd ••• i %  • "•" %  '" ",' rv '' "' of >•. Pleadlnc to Bin ol C plaint -I' the tfaliitlfr* Attorney. MAI.VIN KM n.ANl %  Ki: %  > l.lncoln Road. Miami Beach. 1 %  •.; '•'• and ril. al Gnawer ... Plead• Court ••>• or before the ttk l It you fall t.. do gment I efaull will be taken „-„• „., ,,., fm the %  .-ti.-r demanded Ii, the Hill "' Complaint .',.,ii be published one* ,,), ..k fot foui i onaeeutlve weeka In THE JKWIKH 1 I/MUDIAN. DONE ASH ORDERED at Miami, thla i"tii daj of March, A O. i: it L.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, 11 ,,i. County, Hot Ida II, R II RICE. JR. %  ,,„,, Si al Deputy > "lerk CNOl.AM'Klt. EBQ. in Road, Miami Beach, Fin. for Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VoTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that ,„; ,,„.„ rarnned, deMrlni to rngaK< i n i the t„ tit ..IIname pi KK i ii *RDW IRE. al MIS H W ••'. Miami, l i la, Intend to rap i na me arlUi the Clerk of Uia '"""i'AI-r/ KB7"l?ERMAN d I1ESH KEI.L.KRMAN i -' T1 MAI.VIN 111 1 -in--. ', %  • II. v II.19-21 t 2 LEGAL NOTICE ION F THE DA6k "**B7 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. I670S6 i.i ill11ITL.IN, I'la'ntiff. REBECCA <:i Il-IN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I-, i ICKRKCCA OITI.IN Ri l. ii • liiknown 1 herelt) notified thai • -ill .,u,i for Divorce hai been riled aanlnal you, and you are uli ., op\ of ) our Ali-wM Of Plead IIi" ih.Hill ol Complaint on I hi i.i. n: ff* Attorney, BBS KSSI..V s3 Ke\bol"" %  '" ''" ~.i judaiiK-iii b\ default will be taken agalnat you f"i the relief demanoad in th.Bill of Complaint. Thla notice hall be puldiahcd once .i,ii vreek for four conaecutlva weeka in THE JBWI8H Kl.nKlI'lAN [MNE AM' oRI>ERETl at Miami. Florida, tin1th daj ••( March, A.l>. E. H I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I iade County, Florida By WM. W STOCK I NO, icircuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk : |J 19-26 — i •-• NOTICE BY PUBLtcTr" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT r ELEVENTH JUDICIAL liar FLORIDA IN >X5 FOB „ COUNTY. IN CHANCERV N D Pr ..n lh, plaintiff,. Attorney Wj-fe LEVINE, 111 N W i•.•,), ye„i'"J? ami, i-i. .no,,, and u„. h ': ',• %  the Clerk or the ("Ii • %  "£ %  before the ISth da; i v,„ n n "J you full lo do Bo, in.In' III-III l„ j fault ,n be taken aaalti • the leiief demanded n tii.t-i-i .i i 'omplalm fhli notice ihall he |itibllad „, each week for four ion ., i|ly, ., %  In THK JEWISH FLuRIUIAN DUMB AND ORDEREB it y FVuida, thia .'.th da) ol Mnrck A K. B. LEATHERMAa Clerk, I'II. lit Court Dade County. Florida B) WM. w STiM-KiV; (Circuit Court Seal) lifiuty (V*l DAVID L-KVINE Attornaj for Plaintiff l'.'.l N.W. 12th AM-. Mi.imi, K|. ir H, :i IS-19-M i I ••I. DR. HARRY BLANK .nt.-i \ laltor fi" II Sea lork iilln^ .ii •'." SW 8th Court, died .. \i iri h '.tli. I" chat R< of local ari.uiu.n • "t .iOordon Funeral s. i \.. • and Intel ment art • in Ne York ..... M..1. |iat Its JEANETTE KLEIN %  f ITS N\v 3rd Street, died on •h 'th. She had lived hen for the II year a, iiit from Xe York Kin irvlved bj her huaband, l •; Id, and .i ater, Ml Cecelia Polls, ... Brooklyn, Sew Tork. Service* w er< Sundi y in the Miami Chattel ..f Oardon'i Funeral Home Burial ;,. .,i Mount Sinai Cemetery. IS, %  Tlh Sfl u Mia .HI. I FREIDA ETTINOER it I'm x laird Street, died Mart li sii^ i -nn Ii eii ii> her ii laband, ., dauchter, Mm, Corrlne smith, i D le brother, H-nry Sllverman; ., -i.i. Mra. Lillian Km. man. New York. Also surviving l .. % %  hild. Service* and Interment areea in N.w Y..rk. with Qordon'i Kunernl Home in hat (< of local at rantrement* Schwartz Unveiling The dedication of a monument lo the memory of the late Jacob Schwartz, formerly of 340 \V. 46th St.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. March 14th, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. He is survived by his wife. Kate, a son. Ira. and a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Foss. Mr. Schwartz was a member of the Magonic Lodge. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend SARAH MEBEL ....i Til ISth St t. Miami Beach, HI. i aainday, sh.came from Sea fork n yean ago. She leave* her huaband, Edward; three aona, Robert, Arthur and Fredrick; and a dauch•• i M \jn Rollln*, all "f Ne Tork Service* and interment were in Sew v..ik. with Miami Beach Rlv. i *|di in i halve ol lot %  .. 11 m;i menta. SADIE WEISSMAN 88, ..i r.n sw IMII Terrace, paaaed away on March Mil in :i local hoapltal. Khe I* %  urvlved b> hei huawnd, .!..eph; two sons. Martin and El ll daughter*, R— Bochnet Blrtle Wlaotaky and Clertrudi Klein, eleven .-hildren and one ereat grandchild Service* were on Tuesday %  The Miami R reralde, with Intermenl in Mount Nebo Cemetery, JOSEPH SALPER 71. ol :• .'i Euclid Avenue, Miami • .i ^^ .1 I .ll .1 local home Saturdaj afternoon altei an illti... ..t two month*, Mi' wa* a reelIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 1S7112 JOSE A. HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff, VI c" \NDELARIA HERNANDEZ, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION in t'ANDELARIA HERNANDEZ s.3!* E. Jarrlaon street Bellflower, California You ate required to serve a copy ..f your Answer to the Bill of <\imi.laint f..r Divorce on the plaintiff* attorney, STANLEY JOEL I.EVINE. B8Q.. ISO Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Finr da, and file the orleinal in the Office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on oi before the llth day of April, 1*"'4. In default Ol which, a decree pro c..nf,..<> may be entered acainst you. HATED tins loth day nf March. 1834. K B I.EATHERMAN, Clark of the circuit Coiurl nada County, Florida Bj R II RICE. JR. i*eal> Deputy clerk :i.l?-IS-i — 4 L' NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE III lie: ESTATE Of SAMUEL S BILVERMAN, 1 >eceu se<>u .r either of you. may have again*! the estate of MA Ml El. 8. BILVERMAN. deceased late ol Dade County, Klortda, to the Honorable County .ludae* of Dade County, and file the name In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within • 'mht calendar month* from the data ..f th.first publication hereof Said i laima ..i demand* to contain the legal addrea* of the claimant and to be sworn to and prevented aaforeaaM or -am. m be bai red. Date March 10, A I' l'.'.l BARA SILVERMAN, A* Ida nistral i of th.Eatati ..1 BAMl'EL s BILVERMAN, 11... .., -,..| M\ ERK, IIKIM \N ,y KAPLAN Attorney* f... Admlnlatratrtai Sta Seybold I'.t.ic Miami, Florida I It-IS-M i • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167087 LOIS BERLIN, Plaintiff \ SMI. A BERLIN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO SAIL A BERLIN, in," Huston Street, Apt, A. Bherman Oaks. California You are hereby notified that a Hill i.< Complaint for DHorce has l..en filed against you. and you are required to serve a copi of your Answer or Pleading to the Dili of Complaint on Hi.plaintiff* Attorney. HEN ESSEN, B21 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offl, f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the llth dav of April, lS'-t If you fail to do *<>." judgment by default will lie taken agaltiat you for the relief demanded ill the Bill "f Complaint DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this .Ith day of March. A.D. 1954, E. R. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, norlda By M. c GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3 IS-1S-M .— i % %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DAK COUNTY. FLORIDA CHANCERY No 166M6 JOE M. ALVAREZ Plaintiff, v*. MILDRED L. DAVIS. I • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO MILDRED I. DAVIS Residence uuki Yul" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED! file your Answei to Ihi BUI of Caplaint for Korecl.. .: %  un %  'h*ud Mortgage encunili. i n.ilty |e catad in that certain idace ..I n.-.s known as •p.ia Ita.l". :.. M I at 111 SW ITtli \>. : Mm KW. I Ida. with the clerk ..I th.Cirtat | Couit I" and fot Dade t'oUBty. FI*. ida, and aarve I % %  %  th.u..fu*| KKSSLBR t, OARS. AttorneyitV Plaintiff, IT*-" \Y. -• R.IKII Miami, Florida, on "i before Ike %  day of April. lH'-i. else ipWlt %  intaken a* confess* I lMteil: March 4. W>* E. it. I.EATHERMAJI, Clerk ..i %  %  .It t"0'Jtt Bj M I M'.KKN, (Circuit Court Seali lieputyllrt] J/12-1-:S — 4/ IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30215-A RE; ESTATE OF SADIE FRIEDMAN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FORFINAL, DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebv given that I have filed TI i\ final report and petition for Kuril Discharge a* Administrator of the eatati nf SADIE ""RIEDMAN, deceaaed and that i>n the Itlth day of /April, l'c.t. I will aiu.lv to the Honorable w F LLANTON and or PRANK R DOWLINO. County Judge, of Dade County. Florida, for approval of *ald final r. poit and for final discharge as K in i 1st ator of the Estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceased. Thbj tth dav of March. ItM B M MACHTEI, Administrator ROSENHOI'SR A.ROSEN Hoc SK iev for Administrator li-ll olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida 1 U'-ii.-i'i; i I Kutcher Unveiling The dedication of a monument In the memory of the late William Kutcher, formerly of 2946 SW 24th Terrace, will take place Sunday, March 14th, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Ran bi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Kutcher is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Sarah Lewis and three sons. Joe. of Miami, and Harry and Samuel, of New York, also three grand children. f Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Kay Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lillian Kay. formerly of 320 NW 29th Street, will take place Sunday, March 14th at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Samuel Machtei officiating. Mrs. Kay is survived by her mother. Gussie Fischer of Brooklyn; two daughters, Mrs. Jerry Braz and Mrs. Ben Drucker, both of Miami; four sisters and two brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON Opens 1:45 AVENUE PHONE 5-6202 Show Time 3:30; 9:20 I 9 Michel Rosenbe presents MIAMI BEACH'S BIGGEST STAGE and SCREEN SHOW THE AMERICAN JEWISH REVUE with THE GEATEST HUMORIST AMD STORY TEllER HY SANDZ JEWISH TROUBADOUR BERNIE SLOANE THE RHYTHMIC CARROL SISTERS PIUS • ALL STAR CAST On Screen... 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UY MARgHj2 1 _19M_ •Jewish fhrkUnn PAGE IIA leach Center PTA ntata; Students rndt r the Buspicw of its Parent ," r ^ssoctation, the Religious 'Li of .IMiami Beach Jewish P nter will Present a cantata en;,,,,, what 1< Torah. on Sunday iming. March 14,h. 11 a^m.. ac rftog to Mrs. Benjamin Greene, r\ president. parted by Mrs. Oershon Miller. enlc r dramatics instructor., and j ; ,h Schreibman, music director, rint;it:i "ill include the entire ludcn. body of the Relig.ous JiooL PT\ members planning the mu£ pageant are the Mesdames ..„,,, Cohen, general chairman LnB-ok-pan. Joel Newman and taphael Yuncs. costume ctakmen; %  dear (Iro.nberjj. Marcia KatZ and :,, ur ic,. Leichtmen, ticket chair; n; and Samuel Lurie. scenery. proceeds from the sale of tickets narents and visitors will boused t„ r hl benefit of the Religious 'hool. Featured in the leads of What t.Torah \u!l !•: narrators — Alan lorenstein. Dorothy Bauman. June •arber < % %  < Fishbein, Virginia nrdon. Eileen Nash, Michael lugan. Harvej Slu.piro and Ruth ,,„.,,.,„; solos %  Alan Boren|ein Michai I Peyton, Michael nd Susan Talianoff: chorI S j 0 \nn Abrahams, Sandra ,geloff, Elaine Brenner. Regina rummer, Etas ilind Caskill, Denisfi ;„hen. R C ohen. Lillian Doshay, hmc F;n!" r, Vnne Fishbein, l.in'da tiedman, Martin Gallant, Bonnie loldberg, Sandra Comer. Alison .,.,,, Dawn Grossman, Sydney ruber, Fr H %  Haber. Hadelyn Kumble. June Levine. ,'lrionnr Miller Marilyn Muravhick. Harriette Neuwirth, Harriet lewman. Michael Peyton Risa Rifjin, Roberta Rubin, Joan Ruby, tevue Planned by Jeth Sholom Women Plans have been completed, and lickots are ready for the presenU-. lion by Temple Beth Sholom Sislerhood of its Sister Musical Re% ue on Wednesday evening, March f\-\ 8:30 p.m.. at Miami Beach Senor High School, according to an innouncement by Mrs. Bert S. flee, president. Mrs. Aaron Farr is over-all chairnan of the event. Co-chairman is Mrs. Samuel Falick. Tickets are Available to the general public Ihrough Mrs Ben Sabin and Mrs. Paul Herman, co-chairmen of I'cket sales Patron tickets are being handled by Mrs. Alexander Kofcan. Mrs Louis B. Stoff and Mrs. Irving Bachrach, I The revue has been written and is being produced by Sisterhood nember Trixie Levin. The cast conpis of Sisterhood members, but fcir standards are professional, explained Mrs Farr in announcing |the affair The choreography is eing supervised by Gaylene Dance -Htudios. Properties are in the %  hands of Mrs Max Applebaum, and %  Mother' Camille Baum is supervising the group sewing the cosIttmes." All proceeds will go towards the gupport of Beth Sholom's Religious %  school, which is the Sisterhood's %  major responsibility. Schedules Torah to Participate Marcia Savransky, Barbara School feld, Linda Schoenfeld, Merri Trent, Cornelia Turk, Barbara Tu off, Jacqueline White. Carol Wiesen. Sheila Wyle and Shell Zemmel; tableaux scenes — Belt. Rcrman, Lois Blumberg. Sandr Broad, Joel Cohen, Marcia Coher Joyce Forrest, Sonia Glasser, A; lene Greer. Russel Herman. Juliu Kurschenbaum, Marilyn Khinmar Jane Kuchlik, Charles Kahn, Rol ert Mandel, Charles Popoff, Myrn Samuel, Susan Scher, Susa Schwartz, Janice Weinman an Frayda Zlotshever. G/oier I 7.1 X to Honor 4iabo Hiazer Gabe Glazer. national preside! of the Intercollegiate Zionist Fee eration of America, will be honoi ed by the University of Mian Chapter at a Weekend Instituti March 12th through 14th. in Jun ior's Lodge, Holyvvood, Florida. Glazer is comig to Miami as art of his State f the Union trip, isiting 1 Z F A hapters all over he country. He egan his camus Zionist eforts in I'M!) RSI a charter mem ber ot the McGill University IZI-'A chapter. He became chapter president in 1950 and president of the Canadian National Begion in 1952 when it was constituted. Outside of 1ZFA activities. Glazer was active generally on th< pus. He founded the McGilM barter of the United World Federalists and was its first president. In June. 1952. he was elected to IZFA's Central Executive Commit tee In June. 1953. IZFA's eighth na tional convention unanimously elected him national president. Hebrew School Slates Annual Purim Ball Ninth''annual Purim Ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday evening. March 14th, at the Electricians Hall, 1659 NW 17th Avenue. Dave Kleber. vice president, is chairman. Featured entertainment will be Mannie Gates and his orchestra and an entertainment card headed by Milt Ross. Committee in charge of arrangements is Sam D. Winn, Mrs. Edward L. Becker, Isaac Goldman, Mrs. Nat Coulton. Mrs. Michael Blank. Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff and Mrs. Robert Schweitzer. L-r. Huth Gruber, veteran foreign correspondent with the New York Herald-Tribune, told Food Division leaders that the Combined Jewish Appeal gives renewed strength to struggling Israel and to 54 health and welfare institutions throughout the US and Greater Miami. Shown with the prominent author and world traveler are_(left to riqht) Louis Josephson, chairman Aaron M. Kanner. Aaron Weinkle and Trades chairman Sam J. Heiman. Beth David PTA to Sponsor Carnival Sunday. March 14th. will witness the annual Beth David Religious School Purim carnival. Highlight of the morning will feature a dramatic and choral pros entntion by students and dramatic groups under the co-direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag and Miss Sylvia lUIgraffl, A cast of over 50 children will participate. Prizes will be awarded during the annual costume parade. Aiternoon activities will be devoted to games, rides and refreshments. The program is under the sponsorship of the Beth David PTA. Students to Perform Religious School students of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will perform a Purim program on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. New Division in Fund Drive Revealed William Edelstein, Miami insur ance man. has been appointed chairman of a new Trade Division in the Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced by Sam J. Heiman. Business and Professional Division chairman. The new Office Building Division will aim at complete coverage of all prospects in downtown Miami office buildings to guarantee full participation by businessmen in the annual drive for funds. "Our office building corps will contact prospects who are too busyto attend luncheons and campaign I events due to the pressure of seasonal activity,"' said Edelstein. He announced that sub-chairmen had been appointed for 12 buildings and that additional workers were being enrolled daily. Other Business and Professional appointments announced by Heiman include Harry Solomon. Automotive Division at Miami Beach: Dr. Arthur Shapiro, to direct health services solicitations at Miami Beach; Dr. Melvin Becker, chairman of the Dentists Division in Miami; Larry Friedland. co-chairman of electrical dealers; Alfred S. Sokol. chairman of Furniture Division: and Jack Rabinowitz, chairman of Jewelry Division in Miami and Miami Beach. Hadassah Supplies Chaim Weizmann Group of Hadassah, at its regular meeting on Monday. March 15th. 8:30 p.m., at the Jewish Community Center, 460 SW 16th Avenue, will feature supplies by its chairman. Mrs. Harry Kornfeild. There will also be an informal quiz show. Beth Tfilah Women Meet The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Congregation is having a package and Purim party on Monday evening, March 15th. at 8 p.m. Refreshments are donated by Mrs. Rose Schneider. Beth El Radio Hour Beth El Radio Hour over station WMIE, Friday at 4 p.m., will present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swlrsky m an address entitled, When Life Is Invaded. 50 Families to be Installed in Hollywood Ceremony at Temple Sinai on Friday night, March 12th. will install 50 families as members of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. A program of music and prayers have been prepared by Rabbi David Shapiro, Cantor Joseph Malek and Rev. Mordechai Haalman for the special occasion. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss: The Essence Of True Religion. A reception will follow sponsored jointly by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. William Garbo. Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL Will BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER Rates $50 for the entire 8 days 3 Meals Daily Including the Two Seders OUR HOTEl IS MU KHOWH FOR ITS KASHRUTH for Reservations Calf 58-2739 Ask tor Mr. Or Mrs. Gewirtz .OUR r -HT2 KITCHEN IS UNDER THEIR PERSONAL SUPERVISION [ ATTENTION HOME OWNERS Don't miss the deadline lor filing applications tor HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1, 1954 j If you have lost the renewal form mailed to you go to j j your nearest Chy Hall or the Court House and file. | I Jechaumen for the Midway Dinner o be sponsored by the *-***? !" *~& J**l Center include (left to right, standing) the ? 9 ?&^^c%S£? Elsie &hwabe £Lw. Harry Pla toff. Lillian Goodman. W id Mormon, "^f^jjjK^g£•* fcy Cohen/Herbt Luuck. Bernard Gold berg < !" ^j£^Jft££^nawrnut. aQn Milton Skkin. Moses Epstein. Louis Got Anm. Samuol 3atta.aTO-jwi A deputy will be at all City Halls to assist you on SATURDAY, MARCH 27th | FROM 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. | The Tax Assessor cannot allow Homestead Exemption I I unless an application is filed within the time limit | prescribed by law. For this reason I urge all home own| ers to/, file their applications without further delay* ] JOHN A. GAUTIER Dade County Tax Assessor %  > w



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J^wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiQup FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1954 SEC. B >r. Arnold Volpe Music Building Dedicated Here Jewish Floridian Feature Quietly and with little advanced no tice to the community, the [•Diversity ot Miami some two %  ,eks ago dedicated its Arnold %  > Mpe Music Building. Few persons except those immediately foncerned with the details of jmpieting the memorial unit, en present at the groundbreakpg ceremonies. Dr. Arnold Volpels white stone Lust now stands encased in glass ft ihe entrance to the beautiful Iferrick Building on the U of M lampus. patiently waiting for the % ompletion of the unit. Thecold Material out of which his visage has been hewn betrays none of he constant fire that motivated his life and his musical art. For this reason, the bust is %  |ood representation of Dr. Volpe; he passion with which he dedicated himself to his work was kept for that work, alone. The test of him seemed overtly %  disciplined soul whose desire and nbition had been distilled away. There was no desire, no ambition lhat did not in some way pertain |o his art The patience in his nrtrait now is the patience of devotion rewarded. Among tnose appearing at the groundbreaking was Mrs. Marie Volpe, hi> widow, concert manager of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. She, perpaps better than anyone else, understood that the memorial to her husband will reflect his most lervent wish the urge to bo part of any undertaking that furthers the study of music. Mrs. Volpe lives close to the university campus in quarters that are immediately recognized as those pf a musician. Its walls are covered with framed and signed photographs of world renowned artists. Among them is a priceless portrait once given to Dr. JVolpc by Peter Ilytch Tschaikow§k?. There are photographs to Arnold Volpe "in kind remembrance" and in recognition of a "beloved and talented pupil with much affection" from the great Anton [Rubinstein. Professor Leopold lAuer. Carl Goldmark and Eugene lYsaye. There are remembrances Ifrom his intimate relationship Iwth Ossip Gabrilowitsch. And [there are the documents attest |wg to his brilliance as a student [at the St Petersburg Conservatory in Russia. The latter, perhaps, indicate most clearly Dr. Voice's formalize years and sacrifices in the name of his art. A Jewish youth. < was saddled with automatic Mn. MaWa Vo/ao part of am active vision disadvantages in the days of late nineteenth century Czarist Russia. He was forced to obtain special dispensations from his native city of Kovno to live in St. Petersburg. Remaining in hiding there until these dispensations arrived, he braved the bitter winter and waited day after day at the gates of the conservatory to attract the attention of Professor Auer and to beg for an audition. Dr. Volpe's chan.ee finally came despite the fact thai only two per cent of the Russian Jewish population was allowed to enter schools of higher learning. Distinguishing himself as a student and artist under the instruction of Auer. Rubinstein, Rimsky-Korsakov, Liadov and. Czerni, he might have achieved the highest musical accomplishment as a composer, teacher or performer if he would reject his religion. Dr. Volpe refused and still, "the son of a Jew" as his diplomas read, on May 31, 1891. was granted the title of Free Artist. Other recognitions from the Imperial Conservatory followed: "With high standing and marked success." "outstanding in canon and fugues" and "Personally Honored Citizen." The photographs and the documents in her quarters surround Mrs. Volpe now, but they are more than memories. They are all part of an active vision that pressed Dr. Volpe to pursue musieal perfection and that finally brought to the University of Miami and its symphony orchestra his organizing talent and bis artistic verve. They have also become a significant factor in Mrs. Volpe's life, for she has taken up the task where her husband left off when death claimed him. Dr. Volpe's contribution to the American scene of music is vividly described in a book recently written by Mrs. Volpe about the conductor-composer and subtitled Bridge Between Two Musical Worlds. Dr. Volpe's arrival here from Europe presented to him a number of opportunities. A master violinist and violist, he could have become a concert artist but somehow preferred playing in ensemble. His inclinations in the direction of personal instruction never failed to express themselves in a devoted effort to train the instrumentalist for orchestral performance. And the always-present urge to compose — he had written a considerable number of works while at the Imperial Conservatory and later between professional appearances — became more and more often held in abeyance. For a clear image of his responsibility to his adopted land began to form itself. There was little opportunity for the American student to play in professional orchestras, to <£>tect's view of the Arnold Volpo Memorial Building now •"^r construction. lot,* sifter brought to fruition have his music performed or to receive practical instruction of any sort. Most organizations filled their chairs with Europeans and considered the United States a novice in musical taste and understanding. All opportunities brushed themselves aside one by one as Dr. Volpe's major interest emerged. He subsequently formed the Young Men's Symphony Orchestra in New York City. He organized and conducted the first open air concerts in the nation, with his porformances at the Central Park Mall. These drew audiences of upward of 20.000 persons within a few weeks. And Dr. Volpe was the initiator and backbone of the now famous Lewisohn Stadium concerts whose prototypes are now found in the Hollywood Bowl, at Tanglewood and Philadelphia's Robin Hood Dell. During all this time, he played in quartets, studied, taught and pushed back the horizons in America for the ambitious and talented pupil who previously could only look to Europe to fulfill his professional needs. These years wire filled by sucAr. Arntli Volvo bis onoroy and genius cesses, acclaim, economic hardship and disappointment. But there was never aqy doubt in Dr. Volpe's mind. An intelligent and efficient wife, who put aside her own musical abilities as a singer to make a home for him and their children, spurred his imagination, strengthened his convictions and became a sounding board for his gestating ideas. The groundbreaking ceremony here and the building to be erected in Dr. Volpe's honor on the University of Miami campus will memorialize these contributions to the American scene of music. But they especially pay homage to Dr. Volpe's significant role in the founding of the U of M Symphony Orchestra. It was his musical genius that proved the possibility of a symphonic organization, composed partly of students, that could perform with professional results. It was his and Mrs. Volpe's willingness to suffer economic privation during the formative years of the university that brought the orchestra through the treacherous rapids of infancy and financial adversity — the hurricane and real estate crash of 1926 rocked the new school and its departments as it did all of South Florida. And when the late Dr. Bowman F. Ashe told Dr. Volpe that the orchestra would have to be disbanded temporarily in order to secure the school's future, it was he who waited patiently to be asked to return. Return he did in lieu of accepting a much more lucrative podium. He died as he would have liked, felled while leading 'the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, which was a product of his energy and his genius, in a performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with Joseph Szigeti as soloist. Thus has he waited patiently through the years for a center of music in which he could instruct future American students in the ways of his beloved art. Now, that dream is fulfilled. The current construction project was inspired by a $10,000 contribution from Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, of Miami Beach. The Arnold Volpe Music Building will be one of seven proposed units to compose the University of Miami School of Music. When will that be realized? "Who knows?" asks Mr. John Bitter, conductor of the orchestra. "Last year, few persons would have thought that the building now going up as a memorial to Dr. Volpe could be brought to fruition so quickly." Senate Committee Urged To Report on FEP Bill WASHINGTON (JTAV-Organiza tions and community councils affiliated with the National Community Relations Advisory Council this week urged the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare "to complete its deliberations on the Ives-Humphrey _Fair Employment Bill "with dispatch, to report it favorably to the Senate and to take every possible measure to bring it directly to the floor. Testifying before the committee on behalf of the NCRAC group, Al bert E. Arent presented a statement pointing out that while advocates of federal fair employment legislation had shown readiness to compromise to meet objections of critics of such legislation, it was now time for these opponents to show their good faith by permitting the measure to come to a vote. "The entire fair employment movement is a non-partisan movement," the statement said. "State fair employment laws have been passed by both Republican and Democratic legislatures and signed by Republican and Democratic governors. Our organizations were glad to advocate enactment of the bill now before you in the last Congress, when it was known as the Humphrey-Ives Bill, and we are eoually glad to urge now the adoption of the Ives-Humphrey Bill. We are very pleased to note that this bill is sponsored by nine Republicans, nine Democrats and the one independent in the Senate." Citing the great volume of evidence of the extent and serious consequences of the problem of employment discrimination that had been incorporated in the official reports of earlier hearings on fair employment bill, the testimony declared: "Even if our economy were not weakened, even if our foreign relations were not impaired, even if no harmful effects could be shown to flow directly from employment discrimination, we would still be constrained to urge enactment of the legislation now before you. We would do so because to discriminate against human beings in their access to basic means of livelihood is to betray the heritage of religion, morality and ethic upon which our nation rests and to make a mockery of our protestations of devotion to the principle of democratic equality." The only real issue, the statement said, "is whether the Federal Government should act against this evil" and whether federal action should include provisions for effective enforcement. Mrs. Rappaport Back From Northern Stay Mrs. Frieda Rappaport. of 1136 SW 5th Street, has returned from a stay of five weeks at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Juliette Horowitz, Brooklyn, New York. On January 31st, she attended the wedding of her grandson. Mark H. Berger, to Miss Margaret Adlersberg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Adlersberg, of New York. Mr. Berger served in Korea as a lieutenant in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps. A graduate of the Harvard Law School, he is in practice in New York City with the firm of Regosln & Edwards. Mrs. Berger is presently a student at Columbia Law School, having been graduated raagna cum laude from Radcliffe College, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.



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PAGE 2 B +Je*isUtorMto£FRIDAY, MARCH] Judge Sobeloff Takes Oath of Office „„, ,labor CM* ,o • N .Mho pencil and drov. ,1 ,> ^'^VX!" m Judge Simon Sobeloff. named US Solicitor General by President De J" Democratic Mavor. Some oi town. vears before the New Deal was | In Jewish life, he has been on in Eisenhower, has been active Jewish affairs. He took the oath of j^,.,, ne drafted an d sponsored a! the -ide of democratizationthe office last week administered by i g ta ( t Supreme Court Justice Earl War ren. in President Chambers. t He has been president of the Baltimore Board of Jewish Education, president of the Baltimore Jewish Council, a member of the Board of the Jewish Educational Alliance Baltimore's counterpart of NewYork's Madison House, founder and president of the local Amen can Jewish Congress chapter, as well as its national vice president, a member of the Board and legal counselor of the Associated Jewish Charities, and an active worker on behalf of Israel as well as local philanthropies. Last year. Judge Sobeloff went to Israel with Governor McKeldin. They spent the Passover in the new Jewish state, and along with their wives, at Passover were guests of the Chief Rabbis of both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. At the seder service at the Sobeloff home this year, the Governor brought with him. for tit) afikoman which was discovered bjgthe oldest of the three Sobeloff grandchildren, a piece of matzoh wmch he had brought back with him from the seder of the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv the year before. Militant in his espousal of the and privileges of the com mon man. both in civil M well as Jewish life, Mr Sobeloff's philo>ophy i> hard to define in words A believer in such ba^ic RepubliUnemployment Joguonc* widening of community responai.bill Sound enoucb'on laie> and hi l.ty He has been "militant in the Eisenhower 'i Ma(( ^n,,^ t0 j* cm >f advisor fight against prejudice, but he has to a Republican Governor, he hasi recognized the truth that miracles rendered distinguished service U couldn't always be accomplished counsel to what critics would call overnight. Generally, he favored a Socialist experiment, the City legislation making racial and re Housine Authority In the field of, ligious discrimination illegal, but Civil rights—he is a member of the within a range that is workable, board of the Urban League—his I As advisor for Governors and has been a powerful voice against I Mayors, his has been an effective discrimination and segregation in j voice of liberalism. His good sense a community that has a partial I —which is perhaps his greatest assouthern heritage. As a Federal! set—has been combined with a attorney, he enforced the law while literate simplicity that has given personally opposed to prohibition j style and substance to whatever Of this phase of his career, the he has written, speeches, briefs or opinions So noted a literary critic as BalBaltimore Sun editorialized: It was "his distasteful duty to enforce the Volstead law. but he enforced j" it in about as clean a way as any o nr f ftn s FpfltlirPS one could: so his service in the oaiTOn S redllires prosecutors office, even under proPuriltl Candit'S hibition. did not withdraw bin For ne c^ng Festival from the ranks of decent men' ...__. When defending housing legist.Pur,m Barton s Bonbonmere turns tion in a debate before the BaltiU> a charming old world custom to more City Council with a real esintroduce a type of candy which is tate lawyer, he -aid: -'When we traditionally associated with this take a family out of a rat hole, jioliday. thev crv socialism." L. Mencken wrote of years ago Baltimore was a court appointed investigator): "It shows all the compelling plausibility of a demonstration in geometry' and all the racy charm oi The Gildctf It i>. indexed, tui*e as _pnm. a picaresque novei as a leejl document, and its author succumbs to a sly sort of mirth more than he yields to moral indignation." In the year that he has been Chief Judge, the new Solicitor General has displayed a judicial temperament and attitude that, along with his imposing legal qualifications, makes local lawyers feel that a great judge is being sacrificed, even though it be for a legal position of the highest national significance that is the dream and aspiration of many of America's finest lawyers. of a district attorney, he found nothing obscene or offensive in the Greek classic. Ari-topt. Lysistrate, and When Dr Mane '$ Planned Parenthood WM seized by police as obscene, he The age-old custom in many European villages of making special nut and honey confections and taking them to neighbors for Shalach Monat is the inspiration for Barton's assortment of traditional Purim candies. This assortment 8,000 Persons Attend Opening of New Seven-Up Bottling Plant, Offices Here Resident^ and visitors to south purposely designed to make best Florida, along with executives of use of latest bottling developments the Seven-up national organization, and techniques. ruled it "a dignified, serious and puts typically Purim nut candies authoritative work But when an nn ,he market, tor the first time | and is a part of Barton's program to stimulate interest in Jewish life Conservative Sisterhoods Map Plans for luncheon Final plans were made here at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Frank A. Rose. 2880 SW 19th Terrace, for the second annual Torah luncheon to be held on Thursday, March 25th. at the Di Lido Hotel. The five local affiliated conservative synagogue sisterhoods of the National Women's 1-eague of the Synagogues of America will meet at the joint .affair. Funds raised will be usyl to continue sponsorship of the national radio program. The Eternal Light, and for the' Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. through the use of traditional cere-j Samu 1 %  ** ** Harold Shapiro were on hand here recently, to celebrate the opening of the completely new Seven-up bottling plant and executive offices at 3700 North Miami Avenue. Guests were treated to guided tours through the plant which included motion pictures on the bottling industry and actual first-hand observation of bottling methods. Approximately 8.000 persons attended the gala opening that marked a milestone in the history of Seven-up bottling in this area. Just 19 years ago. in 1935. the late A. J. Tobin founded the company, beginning with one truck, tiny offices and minute bottling operating space. During the past two decades. Seven-up has grown hand-in-hand with the flourishing population of the area it services. Dade. Broward and Monroe Counties. The new building, a modern, streamlined and efficient example A highlight of the tour through the plant is a water distilling process that guarantees purity higher than that attained by many municipal processing operations. Architectural efficiency is provided in the storehouse, through which some three million pounds of sugar move annually, along with mountains of bottle cases. The problem was answered by careful placement of structural columns and provision of 20-foot high ceil ings throughout that area. Ever increasing demand for Seven up has necessitated use of bottling equipment that produces approximately 200.000 bottles daily. monies in candy and package design. Other Barton confections for Purim make use of universally loved holiday symbols. The cover of their Queen Esther Assortment reproduces an ancient Scroll of the Megillah. The gift chocolate pieces in this box include chocolate hamantaschen and grager bars. Purim merrymaking is the theme for Barton's hamantash-shaped Masquerade Bov for children. The masks of Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus. which make up the front and back of the box, can be cut out and worn for Purim masquerading. This gift contains Purim kiddie's candies, a metal grager and a pictorial Megillah complete in English and Hebrew. Each Barton gift contains an illustrated twelve-page booklet of Purim customs, stories, games and or one bottle for every third person I P un les. The story. The Miracle Of in greater Miami. Purim. has an old world flavor Shermain J Tobin. founder's son reminiscent of Sholem Aleichem and now himself company presiana lends itself to exciting group reading in schools and the home. All items are available at any of Barton's 59 Continental Chocodent said. "In addition to present bottling machinery, a second complete line of equipment is planned for the near future. This will add ,a,e shops in New York. Philadel of up-to-date bottling engineering. | another 190.000 bottles to the daily phia Detroit ud Newark or =S-5-AS-- r „, „.„„ ^ ,_>, E* ^^a'S£ Brooklyn 1. New York. Miami, and built by Webb Construction Co. Seven-up's new home encompasses 40.000 square feet and is production. and Mrs. Harry I.aufer will act as vice chairmen. Participating are the following Torah Fund chairmen of the local sisterhoods: The Mesdames Frank Rose, Beth David; Leonard Wolffe, Miami Beach Jewish Center; William Greenside, North Shore Jewish Center; Jack Finklestein, Iraelite Center; and Max Friedson, Zamora. Ticket and publicity chairman is Mrs. Alexander Schloss. Dr. Edward Lear, M Lear, director-pruicic !" Richard Lear, of Levj ers, shown ct the site, new Lear School AIL, a fireproof structure" crete block, now undtj struction on the qio the school on Miuaj A spacious coral ra sion built by the TaH ily, pioneers here, School contains rooms, a library, on dining room facilities.) dition to extensive The new auditorium' ready in May. M l ami Convalesced! Socializing in CAT* to U* I Chronically III. 24Hour Nil le Special Dir'.s Strictly I •rlvata and Smi-Prtvt(| LEO ALLEN. 335 SW. IztP. l"i I.54S7 |M1 lohhi Io~f>h E. •45 Michigan AWJal Miami Baacfe Named to Music Staff Jack Begler. principal of The Begler School. 15699 NE 12th Avenue, North Miami Beach, announced this week the appointment of Mrs. Edgar R. Sayenga to the school's music staff. Mrs. Sayenga studied the piano and organ under the supervision of Mrs. Ralph Folden. of the Toronto Conservatory of Music in Toronto. Canada. Mrs. Sayenga served for a two year period as organist and musician for the Pomonok Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, in Long Island. New York. She was guest pianist for the Women's Music Club of Woodstock. Ontario. Canada, and of other music clubs of Hamilton, Ontario. Canada. For the past five years, she has been active in the musical education field and was primarily engaged as a teacher of piano and tmasic appreciation in Syracuse, New York, Garden City, Long Island, and in Miami. MADf FMSH DAILY IN MIAMI! Tot ty (rmhly ch.mU CMAfry bwtt*...Hit rich, Aomemode khd at* flavor lound only on ffte form. Available iwatf or lightly tailed EllaVWMCnMMfr: Sunny Shook CtoamatofJ'* MMM ••0401 2110 N.W. 13th Ava., Miami. %  MADf MESH DAILY IN MIAMII Now — Distributors of NEW! STRICTLY KOSHER MOTHERS PAREVE MARGARINE 0 company's founder, the late A I Tohin T^T—_?! father HOTEL DINING R00



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tv MAHCH \% 19M *Jmls*n*rkU*, PAGE 3 B [educe and Eat Sweet Foods |. TILLIE LEWIS nc w concept of eating and ieontrol makes a lot of sense. ilso makes it easy for you your weight down to where \ H wt doctor agree it should The idea? To give you _id menu of regular foods krfing the new sweet-tasting jorie foods. This enables you jtlories without making your -hardship." this week's menus: IIGHTH DAY MENU 1216 Cslories Breakfast Calories i i; large orange 50 Cereal, ii cup Hk-i %  tinea %  Wheat Toast, 1 thin slice Jellv. I tablespoon ._ [ Milk, I •"• u desired Lunch omato Juice* (See Ileclpel I|I .. ——*—-• fen Baled Conked Kgg. 2 •Diet Whipped Dressing. iahlf|"'ii lira, Ball and Pepper, i-elc uce. I tarer haves led Beet*, 's 'UP .V.f.rs. 4 _1 i-i Chocolate I I* L* recipe) i '• !>• Milk. S u*. lOTAL Dinner „l around Lean Beef, I ox. ne.l K|ilnai'h, '•• cup Eei Bqaash, yellow, ', out) Bt & Tomato Salad |tuc\**(. 1 large J Tomato. I slice* — ni-iiici Whipped Pressing, tablespoon I I'l.i Prune Plums, 's cup nln; Tablet, ..desired .... ino { 9 SO 0 "jii so 150 It 0 5 34 84 68 90 ~467 250 It 17 I 4< 1< 60 0 roTM, BAY'S TOTAL ...._ 405 1,116 x ^3JNINTH DAY MENU 11M Calor.ei Breakfast Ki esh Strawberries, 1 i-up Cold Cereal, 1 cup Whole Wheat Toast. I thin slice TMl-Dlet Jelly, ) tablespoon Kkim Milk, k os Coffee, as desired TOT A I, Calorie* 54 IIHI &f •". M III Lunch Jelly Clllielel: Kggs. 2 Duller, 1 teaspoon Kkim Milk, 2 tablespoons Tastl-Dlet Jelly, 2 tablespoons lettuce. Tomato and t'ui-uinlier Halad: Lettuce, l large leaf Tomato, 1 medium ______ Cucumber, >4 medium Tnatl-Dlet Chefs Dressing. 1 tableapcKin French Bread, 1 medium slice .... Tastl-Dlet Chocolate .Pudding. '/. cup Bklm Milk, 8 OS. TOTAL Dinner Hroileil Veal Chop, 4/3 o. Brussels Sprouts, '/, cup Tastl-Dlet Corn, yellow, '., cup Krult Salad: Tnati-Dlet Fruol Cocktail. V. cup Banana. ', small lettuce. 1 large leaf Taatl-Dlet Whipped Dressing, 1 teaspoon Taatl-Dlet Freestone Peaches, 'A cup Coffee, as desired 150 35 11 18 3 30 1 1 :,:. 35 0 431 2 IK) H 10U TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL ; • • • TENTH DAY MENU 1106 Calories Breakfast 37 417 1.164 Tnati-Dict IMuma, H cup Soft Boiled Egg. 1 Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices Taatl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon ... Hklm Milk. 8 oft., Coffee, aa desired TOTAL, Calories ..... 60 Lunch Frankfurters, 2 medium Sauerkraut, 1 cup Tomato and Lettuce Salad: Lettuce, 2 large leavea Tomato, l medium "Tastl-Dlet i'hef'a Dressing, 1 tablespoon Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin slice Taatl-Dlet Apricots, '/, cup Coffee or Tea. aa desired TOTAL 130 9 SO 0 3B4 250 32 50 1 65 46 0 44S Dinner .Boiled Beef Heart. 6 oa. With Taatl-Dlet Tomatoes, tt cup Onion, 1 medium (sliced) Carrot. H cup Pais__b a tablespoons e>. 1 TastlrMajt Applesauce Col fee,' as uealred %  TOTAL ing ._... Vt cup DAY'S TOTAL ... 180 23 :,II 22 2 19 46 0 352 1165 Broiled Tastl-Dlet Peaches. 2 halves "roiled Kggplnnt. 2 slices Tasti-Dlet (ireen Peas, u cup • alibage Carrot Salad: Cabbage, shredded, 1 cup Carrots, shredded. %  cup Tasti-Dlet Chefs Dressing. 1 tablespoon ._, Tastl-Dlet Cherries. <• cup 47 SoH Boiled _, 1 ;:, Whole Wheat Toast, 2 thin slice* 130 Tasti-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon %  Skim Milk. X os ___ JO Coffee, aa desired 0 TOTAL 351 Lunch Chicken Broth, 1 cup Club Salad Supreme* (see recipe), 1 serving .... Toasted r rench Boll, 1 Taatl-Dlet Apricota. J4 cup .. Coffee or Tea. as desired .. Taatl-Dlet Whipped Dressing* 1 tablenpoon Rye Bread, 2 thin slices Skim Milk, 8 •_, TOTAL 16 114 90 .428 Dinner Broiled Liver, 4 oa 160 with Tastl-Dlet Canned Tomatoes, 1 cup 50 Steamed Bice, Vf earn 100 Summer Squash, yellow, Slices, 1 small Scrambled Kgg: Bn, 1 Butter, 1 teasiKion Skim Milk. 2 tablespoons Whole Wheat Toast, 1 thin slice Tastl-Dlet Jelly, 1 tablespoon Skim Milk. 8 os Coffee, aa desired TOTAL ..... Lunch Swlas Cheese Sandwich: Swiss Cheese (sliced), 2 ox. Calories M 75 35 11 65 t 90 1) 335 210 Bye Bread. 2 thin slices 114 Mrs. fey Bern's irnhal Will itf Fentival 14th is the date set by the % ten's Group of Flagler Granada ph Community Center to culkte a week-long festivity in pration of Purim. giant carnival will be held on I Center grounds. A youth talent Your Kid Parade, started *k on Sunday, March 7th, in I Center auditorium. Square and |nd dancing with a professional h't. will follow on Saturday eve's, March 13th. (We 14th. the carnival and ba•will offer Raines, bargains and er food. %  Ray Berrin, chairman of (carnival, will be assisted by the JMmes Sidney Stiller, Maurice nn Be n Clein, Hy Coverman, Pw Stewart. Walter Kaye, Har£reen, Harry Dansky and AlNewman. TOTAL 3*0 Lund. CotUUN Cheese— Vegetable Salad: Cottage Cheese. • cup Toimtt.i Wedfjaa, I modium Cucumbei Itinas. '. medium 1. ben Lett ice. 4 large leaves Saltine Crackers. 2 Taatl-Dlet Chocnl.itc Puildlng, Vi cup with Vanilla Wafers, 2 small Kkim Milk. 8 ox. —Airmen of Brandeis Announced Here Danbaum and Ben B. Gaines h e ac Pted chairmanship nli nual dinner in h ali of nW u lversity whicn bein P^'ttee for Brandeis. CH",? WiU ^ held at th B l s H 0,e o nTh "'-sd.y evening. F. Ahrai, Hunored 8uest will be ['the ,' m L S,char President |nounrei Versi,y a o-d'ng to an %  wncementjhi, week. BetTn C rnival u scheduled llw vl d s y8ogue on Sunion K Uth 12 noon >• JJ sponsored by the Beth "A w.th Mra. E. Samesc 1M "airman. ELEVENTH DAY MENU 1.230 Calories Breakfast Calories Orange Juice. •/, cup fj I'nached Kgg, 1 —' %  On Whole WTieat Toast, 2 thin slices I*? Butter, 1 teaspoon 3S Skim Milk. 8 ox — 90 Coffee, as desired TOTAL Dinner Broiled Lamb CMP, 4 ox.-iib 1i>8 3U 3 10 30 H 43 90 848 m Dill Pickle, 1 medium Lettuce. 1 large leaf Mustard, as desired —, Tastl-Dlet Klgs. Vt cup Hot Chocolate: Skim Milk. 8 oa. Tasti-Dlet Chocolate Topping. 1 tablespoon — TOTAL Dinner Beef Stew: Boneless Beef, 4 ox. Carrots, 2 medium Onion, 1 small Potato, 1 small .... Lettuce & Tomato Salad: Lettuce, 2 large leaves _. Tomato. 1 medium 10 3 0 67 90 4 499 Mf 40 H 50 Tastl-Diet Pear Halves. H cup Coffee or Tea. as desired TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL 3U 50 0 "Too 1.233 FOURTEENTH DAY MENU 1,163 Calories Breakfast Calories Orange Juice, M cup Soft Boiled Kgg, 1 Shredded Wheat Biscuit 1 large Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tables|>oon ... Skim Milk. 8 ox Coffee, aa desired TOTAL .. Lunch Tomato Soup, M en Cottage cheese A.I'earh salad: Tasti-Dlet Peach Halves, :• Cottage Cheese, \, cup Lettuce Leaf, I UtrgO 102 9 90 0 32S 60 37 108 3 CAMP CARLYLE The Scvfh'f OutsfoneWiie 'ewrth Ceaip for Boys end Cir/s HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. in the heart of v.c.tionl.nd^ WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal. Woodward High School. Cincinnati. Ohio Mecofleisel, soclol one* recreatiene/ ectivWes %  %  ar rl lia fcf fwtasd liaitrt. Horsekeek rMlff|> water sports, cables. Decfor end nurse en premises. geff insfrucfien. Modern 0WN*X: Mrs. Jeee Arnold, 50 Meridiee Aa., Miomi Beach Ph. 5I-B3S? er 5-0374 Ph. 4 6920 e^M^rf^rf^rf^^V^V/A-*^M lips/tx YE OLDE WAGON WHEEL B1SCAYNE BOUllVAtD et 17Ht $TtT MI0MI I1CV31J7 flATUIINC: N.Y. CUT SIR10IN HliT MIGN0N SUVtD MfiTrf COAVtITI 0ffM 0THEI COMfUn WMflltS frm $1.75 $"*! B-lly 5 p.m. I. Mid.i.hf $3.00 $2.50 h. The U.-f CM6W WAIKW, •*• **• "-*** %  -** H ,H S e\****eWieVA<^< Tasti-Diet Chocolate Pie t packages Tasti-Diet Chocolate Pudding / 10 Vanilla Wafers Prepare pudding according to directions on package. Cool, then pour Into 9-Inch pie pan lined with crushed vanilla wafers. Total calories — 466; calories per serving (1/6 pie) — 68. • • Club Salad Supreme 1 pound Chicken Breasts I cup Tasti-Dlet Peas, cooked I cup Celery, sliced I Stuffed Olives, sliced 4 Tomatoes, medium slse, peeled 1 head Lettuce (compact)


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PAGE 4 B Youth Set to Aid CJA Drive Sunday A gala Coronation Ball with all proceeds going to the Combined Jewish Appeal will be held on Sunday evening. March 14th, at the Empress Hotel. The big social event has been arranged by the Young Arnilts group headed by Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein and Jack Dickson. BuddyBecker's orchestra will play for dancing, and two all-star performers well-known in local night club circles will appear as surprise guest artists, according to Mrs. Marmorstein. The Young Adults arrangements committee, comprised of representatives from nearly a score of Dade Cauaty groups, has been busy the past four weeks completing arrangements for the big dance which last year attracted 600 persons to the Coronation Room of the Empress Hotel. A turnout of some 800 persons is expected at Sunday night's affair. Herbert Soule. of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, hav acted as coordinator and adviser to the dance committees. .Named to |he door committee are Bab Stone.! Marvin Schwartzman. Jerry Spal-' ter, Don Marks. Sandy Silberman.' Lorraine Kahlenberg, Dottie Bai and Piule Glantz. Iota Alpha Pi Sets Augusts Convention Mrs. Eli King, of 3681 S\V 15th Street. Miami, has been appointed chairman of the Iota Alpha Pi Con-' vention to be held in Miami Beach at the Roney Plaza Hotel in Auj gust. Mr> King is now serving as member at large of lota Alpha Pi NaJ tional Council and is a former \ president of the Miami Alumni Asj suciation of Iota Alpha Pi. Mivs Audrey Kp-tein. national scribe, is here in Miami this week 1 to help formulate the plans oj th" convaotiao with Mrs. King. Dele-' Kates will attend UM convention from throughout the United States and Canada. Iota Alpha Pi celebrated Iti Na tional Founders Day last week. March 3. 1903. when a group 'if Kffifer College women formed the fraternal organization. Orr Vows to Seek Greater Voice for Dade John B Orr. Jr., Group Two can didate tor the state legislature. this week began campaigning from new headquarters at 328 East Flag ler Street. A lawyer and member of a pioneer Miami family. Orr is campaigning on a platform aimed at obtaining fairer representation and a greater voice in state government lor Dade County. He has declared that reapportionment of the legislature to strengthen Dade's position as the state's largest and most dynamic county comes above all other objectives. He pointed out that Dade has one representative to every' 204.300 persons, while Glades County has one to every 2.2(H). The matter of a fairer share of returns from the state for our tax contributio— also is vital to Dade County, and hence to me." the candidate said. Apartment Group To Meet for CJA The third annual Apartment House Division brunch in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal will he held on Sunday. March 14ih. 19:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel AccordJnt: to chairman Daniel If. Broad, three outstanding speakers will headline a special program of intere-t to members of the division Irving Schatzman is cochairman, assisting Broad with arrangement I, More than 1.500 managers, own •ra and HMMM of apartment hous es throughout Dade County have been invited to attend the tradi tional event which annually atir.i.-ta record audience. Alfred Lesser, president of the Apartment House Association, has extended full cooperation of his group to the Combined Jewish Appeal in a recent communication to Broad. "It is the responsibility of all members in our Association to give all out support to the humanitarian purposes of the Combined Jewish Appeal." Lamer stated. According to Broad, invitations have been extended to Mayor Harold Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman to participate in the program. In addition, a nationally known official from Israel is expected to bring greetings to the group. Luncheon Club to Meet Miami Beach-Israel Zionist luncheon club will meet on Wednesday, 12 noon, at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Phil Salmon is chairman. Mrs. Okalica to Speak PTA of the North Dade Jewi-h (enter will hold its regular meetn Wednesday, March 17th. at lira Henry Okalica will a talk on Purim. BINED JEWISH AP^AL I WANT MY MILK Civic leaders are guests of honor at a West Miami rally in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown seated are (left to right; Fred Belsky, Mayor Jack Crim, Nelscn Chaplin, Madame Paulette Oppert, Rabbi Alfred Waxman and Alexander Fogel. Rear row are Abraham Lechinsky, Irving Yellin, Jesse Teitler, Leonard Kalish, Arnold Brass, Joe Horovitz and Mrs. Jack Sternstein. And B ttaw tt% FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'* Dacro Protaetad TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at %  na of Bird ma. a, Snapaar Creek SEND YOUR BOY OR CIRL TO A TOP JEWISH CAMP! 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Than Half of ews Live in Report Shows YORK — The estimated population ;n the United over 5,000,000. of whom j,000 live in New York American Jewish Composed here this w#ek. iformalion is based on a jrvey conducted for AJC's iual American Jewish Year4 which will be published conducting the survey, ia jres were completed by (han 700 communities )U t the I'nited States iizeable numbers of Jews the final result was obIfrom these questionnaires (rejection for the remaining litii'.v iring the 1953 I'stimate for ,,-k with ih'' li'SO estimate i.OOO. the AJC -aid that the ;e between the two was a result "f the superior e used in the current surier than an appreciable injn Hie New York Jewish Ion. The Committee pointed the same studj showed a growth in Jewish in New York city's tabI with !>"• ..< a.r.il class trend "i migration %  w York City proper. Thir :i4 New York surlorted an increase of Jewilmosl all the cootattributed 'he increase to It influx from New Yfcrk |i Shapiro Speaks |i Nathan Shapiro, lather of David Shapiro, spiritual Df Temple Sinai. Hollywood Center, addressed the eirm.ir on Monday night on ^me of Judaism and ZionHabhi, who heads the Yavne gical Seminar^, e-tahlished ^h seminary in the Slate of five years ago. 'J^tltncrMton PAGE 5B h II Leslie Wins MIT Degree; Visits Home David I.eslihas graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at Cambridge, where he was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engij neering. He ithe son of Mr and Mrs. Sol L lie, 3114 Prairie Aven u e, Miam Be ach, pioneei residents here. I-esl i e a 1st holds the Bachel or of Architec tuxal Engineer bag degree frorr the University o. Michigan at Ann Arbor. While at Michigan, he was a cadet colonel in the AFROTC and was awarded the Chicago Tribune Gold Medal for being the outstanding military graduate. At Michigan, Leslie was senior vice president of. the Architecture and Design School and art editor of Ensiau. annual publication which won ail-American honors. lie also served as cartoonist and illustrator or the Michigan Daily, the AFROTC publication, and was subsequently one of the cartoonists for*Voo-Doo, MIT periodical. Leslie is now visiting his parents and two brothers, Johnny and Rodney Leslie, seniors at Miami Beach High School, and is awaiting shipping ocders from the Air Force. He holds the rank of second lieutenant. itslit mammkm Preparations get under way for a Women's Division function set for March 15th at Miami Beach Auditorium. Luncheon Unlimited will feature entertainment, drama and excitement. Shown meeting at the home of Mis. Jack A. Ablin are (left to right) the Mesdames Max Weitz, Arthur Bunell. Sam Z. Sakrais, Ablin, Morris Alpert. chairman, Irving Lehrman. Sol Silveiman, Bernard Stevens, Hal Home, national UJA chairman. 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PAGE 6 B +Jewlst>llor*0t*n RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE GATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. H. 11 Drewich. president, will speak. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha. Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. • a • BETH TFILAH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening j Services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-' ing services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi! date and preach.on the topic. Self Offering For Good Causes. At 4:15 ; p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will dis' CUSS the Weekly Portion. Mincha iat 445 p.m.. followed by ShaltM Seudos and Maariv Dai!] services are at 7:30 am., followed bj i class Donor Luncheon Slated Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary will hold its annual donor luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on Thursday, March 18th. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. San Host and Mrs Herman • are co-chairmen of the at fair. in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m.. followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. Gemorrah class is on Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 p.m. • • • FLAGLER -GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and discussing: The Dangerous Amaleks In The Twentieth Century. Dr. and Mrs Morris Blinsky will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following in honor of their wedding anniversary Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rev. Heim will preach on the Weekly Portion. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Cantor Maurice Mam ches will assist, with the choir un der the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: We Deceive Ourselves. The Oneg Shabbat follow ing will be sponsored by Mr. and MrSamuel Badaiuand Mr. and Mrs Henri Shier. Saturday morning sirvices are al 9 a.m.. when Martin Bialow will become Bar Mitzvah. Student services are at. 10:30 am The Feast of Purim will | be ushered in with the reading of the Megilla on Thursday evening. March 18th. 7.30 p.m. Delano Runs Contest The Delano Motel is in the pro e ss 11 opening an outdoor ail bar and lounge. The new project has not been officially and the Delano is running a conte-t to name the new pr ijecl the winners will be announced at the official opening on March 14th. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning -er\ ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi S T Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: For The Sake Of Heaven Class in Talmud is' scheduled for 4:30 p.m Mincha will be at 5:30 p m followed by Shaloa Seudos and a discussion of :h Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render the musical por-1 lions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Aca !em\ Hall at 10 a.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER w.ll hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. He WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Fridoy thru Monday (Mar. 12-15) FRIDAY MORNING r.oo 7:1S 7 30 SATL RDAY SUNDAY MONDAY Tudaj I : %  : T>! I • K ..I... • --W ^, T..J,A,n, r „ „ ^ h||ol M^UST = P 3 ** -~Tf. : LI. 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Quid* 6:15 Jack of All MMTtl OS 8S£7EL£2> %  -* T-o ft Mone>j.., ^ nny | ^ ^^ Lie Theater I'ul.nc Bbrrfea ^•'Iherman P.enlck Report, RenU k Report. -r• .'• — *i it; 7 45 Krt.lie F1„her €00 Ma ,,.. F:15 I 30 I've Oo A Secret | 6 45 ... r — %  '• %  %  neater Jack.e Glea^n o,me „ rf •l". Mr :. Mc.Vut.ey Show B U ,in. M Tou Be, Life IP 00 Cillette Fichu 1G:30 1045 Old Time ltf|J I Leva Lucy My r"a. Story H-,r,.^£r" i:. —^^^ V.% **"*"leather '5 Tci.per 11 30 1-45 W.TiJ Pr emiere lITiaV 12 15 12:M 12:4*. Sn Off I-I4. The Ke Uon HUIenha,h N,w.-W.h„ Mlal Theater • Mr *^ N<>^t,, j "^S B d ***** %  J.V t t^T"""' Th ^ T h V'Pw.nn. I Slan Off will be assisted by the Center Choir. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: A Cry In The Wilderness. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin in honor of their newly born son. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., conducted bv Rabbi Waxman. Junior services will be at 11 a.m. Mfneha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv and a lecture on the Weekly Portion. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER Will hold Friday evening services at 6 and 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the topic: Great Women In Israel Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion Ifincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service M D and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discusaing: Purim — The Portrayal Of A Jew. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy Saturday morning ten ices are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Pert inn. The Bas Mitzvah of Wendy Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Postol. will take place during the service. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m in the chapel. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morii^ Skop officiating and preaching the sermon on the topic: Gentile Reactions To Jewish Ideals. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Robert Strassburg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cain, of 621 SW 61st Avenue, will be ho^t.it the Oneg Shabbat following in hon or of their newly born daughter. Saturday services are at 9:30 a.m.. with the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen. 2784 SW 22nd Avenue, tak ing place at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Skop will speak on the first chapter of Leviticus. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: The Strug gle For The Minds Of Our Children An Oneg Shabbat in honor of Hadas>ah will follow. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Z. Benach. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benach. 1150 100th Street. will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion.of the liturgy • • • NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p m with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and discussing: Is There A Life Hereafter. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy assi-t ed by the Choir under the direction of Lucille Moore. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Cantor and Mrs. Neu in hon or of the Bar Mitzvah of their ana Howard, scheduled during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold traditional Friday services at 6 p.m. Rabbi Moses Mes cheloff and Cantor Aaron Weingarten will present an original r*unm cantata during services at 830 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am Subject of tfte sermon is scheduled as: Sacri fices In Our Time. Junior services will be at 9 a.m. under the direc tic*i of Benjamin Kaminetzkv Kid dush will follow. Mincha is at 6 P-m followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily lecture series on Jewish laws and customs is given between the 6 and 6 30 ML service Morning services are at 7 and 8 a.m. • • • HEBREW ACAOeMY will hold \i ,iiL evenm *iervk s at P> Saturday morning services are at 9 am., when Rabbi Alexander Grtw will officiate and discuss Who Is The Amalek Of Today Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sun, day morning services are at 8 a.m. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening service* at 8:30 p.m Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss: What Does God Require Of You. Cantor Joseph W. Male* will render the musical portions of the Utargy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction f Rev. Mortichai Haalman. The 6rjeg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sicgel, Mr. and %  Mrs. Benjamin Weiss and Mr. and | Mrs. William Garbo. Saturday ; morning services are at 9 a.m., I when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss i the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. Fifty new families will be installed as members I of Temple Sinai during Friday I evening services. MIAtlAH MIAMI JVmtH COMMUNITY T wttl bold Friday eve,^ ^"P'n.withrUNH^ afer officiating. SnuJ seenaoo h scheduled as: TV l Of God. Mr and Un. H^ •Win will sponsor the 0DM | bat following. Saturday •enrlees are at 9 am. Tie. lah will be read on ThurL^ niMfc March 18th. att p • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTIK hold Friday evening senica! 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi M ax f man officiating The Rabbi preach on the topic: Tie Watkont Jews. An Oneg will follow. 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IY, MAROmWS^ •IPVlstnrir i&rw PAGE 7B %  I S T E B ITUM (BELA) FISCHER. fta Novisad (Neusati) Yugo1 Jrried to wife, Lotty. An ^.rade.hcUthefathTborn about 1910 in IOIM. being sought by Cecelia |, S?n. Swedish HOU. 40/4. L Israel. She was bora to xL Yugoslavia, in 1901. and fcughter of Adol f and Hermine (nee Kohn) Wudl. She arrived in Israel in December 25th, 1948. • • • ROSA WEINBERG ROTHMAN, born in Jassi, Rumania, in 1899, is the daughter of Yehiel and Naha Weinberg. She arrived in the United States 1901-1807. Mrs. Rothman I Is known to IsMor Sloan, 1156 ColI lege Avenue, New York City. She lived at 1732 SW 21st Street. Miami. She is sought by DAVID VKJDEROVICI, her cousin, of Kibutz Efat. POB 5059, Tel Aviv, Israel. He was born in Barlad, Rumania, on February 14, 1801. He is the son of Vigder and Haia-Tauba VIfetovici and arrived in Israel on March 2, 1950. • • • 1 WALTER FREIDL, born in Vienna, Astria, in 1981. He is the son of Rosa Freidl and came to the United States in 1937. His last known address was Miami, Florida. He is being sought by his cousin, THERESA ROTH BURKAFF, of "Wt Weeks Avenue, Bronx, New York. She was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1922, and is the daughter of Lazar (Julius) and Jennie (nee Freidl) Roth. Mrs. Burkaff is in the United States on a medical visa as her husband is undergoing hospitalization here. They arrived in the US on July 13, 1933. They are residents of Israel since 1938. Purim Festival on WTVJ Religious program sponsored by North Dade Jewish Center will appear over station WTVJ on Sunday. March 21st, 12 noon. CANTORS CHOOSE MAZING NEW COFFEE tt** *IIS' CHOI* ( s* ot w* wW 0 1 #• t t,eel v Jfl£&&+ r A l ) €. A ml 'm ; \ \ Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of reg! coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE f LAVOR! Uttarly unlik. old-sty U "instants" .. • just at quick but tastes to different I In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House processleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! %  00% pure coffee ... no fillers added I You just add hot water and the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never co back to old ways! Saves you money, tool When you use the large economy-size jar of Instant Maxwell House, you save up to 75y-compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pur* coffee enjoyment on Hie Sabbath—and every day! Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day-enjoy aM the wealth of dehciousnees, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the ovemhelming favorite in Jewish homes! *">•,1( H>% pure coffee...the only instant coffee with that ^ yEP-TO-TH E-lifT-PROl* flavor! 4 i t i



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PAGE 8 B Itmi^ Fh rrttor !" 5WMARCHli Ameri can Notables Colonel David i Franks: The Jew of 1787 By HARRY SIMONHOFF [Harry Simonhoft's column, constituting a series entitled, American Notables, is being pahlishef by Tfce Jewish Horiiion as part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in the United Statet.-The editors. In Quebec someone smeared on the monument of George III This is the Pope of Canada and the Fool of England." An excited Frenchman fumed that the culprit should be hanged. David Salesbury Franks, a young merchant, re marked. "In England men are not hanged for such a small oi tense." A fracas ensued, and David knocked the FrenchIrian Hnwn. A warrant was sworn out but not for assault and battery. In the high tensions of 1775. Franks was held in lu.uuu pounds Dan. exorbitant even in our day of inflation. Alter a week he was released without trial. Shortly thereafter, he had occasion to show more concretely his sympathy for the Revolutionary Colonials. When General Montgomery occupied Quebec. Franks help ed with money that was badly needed. Having stuck out his neck, he had to follow through -..d join the American forces on their withdrawal from Canada. Who was David Salesbury Pranks ... .... numerous influenti.il Franks family, • : both sMaa of the .:< %  Yet h Jewish connect inns Mentions. He served until Bureoyne surrendered at Saratoga, then reenlisted in the forces of the French Count D'Estaing. By 1780. the humble private had become Major David S Pranks on the staff of General Benedict Arnold. Normally he would have served in the wars end and gone back into business, possibly with his chief, who liked money and talk ..rtnership with his .'• wish aide-decamp. Franks" men preserved on the army roll, a name others. But h< into history through th< With Benedict Arnol jor Fraaki lonei Varick were an art illed. Thii tine procedure, and the trial cleared both %  A Second Court-Martial But Franks felt uneasj There a -perfriendship r general, who entrusted his beautiful children to the Majors care BaaWfJS, David Franks and daughter, the fascinating Rebecca, considered ardent Tories and enemies of the Republic, were evidently his relatives and no doubt involved in the treason. He therefore sent a well written letter to General Washington urging a new trial that would Investigate fully his conduct prior to Arnold > flight This wa> unnecessary, since Benedict Arnold had the decency to inform the Commander m-C hief by letter that neither his wife nor Colonel Varick. nor Major Franks had any part or knowledge of the affair. A new trial was ordered Franks requested the State Council of Pennsylvania to send all pertinent records and papers to be read in evidence The minutes of this trial make interesting reading. Major Franks and Colonel Varick cross-examined each other minutely as to all their actions A complete vindication is handed down. But Franks was stfll not satisfied He requested of General Washington that all proceedings of the trial be made public. After Yorktown. the army having little to do, even though technically the war was still on. Franks obtained a mission of honor and trust. He carried dispatches to Benjamin Franklin in Paris and John Jay in Madrid. De tained bv them in Europe, he got back somewhat late in June. 1782. and delivered their answers safely. Now he amazed to find out that his name had been struck off the army roll This was especially mortifying since his it off and the mission specifically stipulated no other emolumentthan his army pay How did it happen" Pi did not appl> for army leave, thinking that Robert Morris, the Director of Finance who sent him, would attend to that minor detail One could venture a tt such bungling could not happen to an Adam-, a Laurend, or ., Pinckney Be had to go through the red tape of a memorial to Congress for reinstatement and back pay Robert Morris joined his petition, and the SecIU ultima ..':, reissued his commission, pur.. resolution of Congress. The Treaty Bearer Frankwas, what we call today, a go getter. A business ran bis am] experience, appeared no longer at.1 lor one of those consulships the young republic needed in many foreign countries. EUa applicastudded with prominent Gentile recommendations. was filed and pigeon-holed. Instead he received ment which many ex-officers would have accepted In January, 1784, Congress resolved to send I tr i gl *** S Franks to deliver the signed Treaty of p ear Dat American Ministers in France. Time seemed, of ih "* sence and the date for sailing was fixed not i.i February 3rd. But New York harbor was frozen ?* boat could break through its waters. On February fth wrote Congress the necessity of transgressing the i^ embarking when the weather permitted. After a di ~ able voyage of six weeks and four days he landed attv!"" to learn that Messrs. Franklin and Jay are in \MA^\ In London he found they had returned to Paris ul\ ratification of the treaty, he delivered additional din? I es to Amsterdam. Remaining in Europe he accepted the vice-consuli Marseilles from a Mr. Barclay, who probablv did not hl\ the authority for such an appointment But with Ua %  proval of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Franks Ml secure. Later he went to Morocco as secretary of U same Barclay, who negotiated a treaty with the ruW self styled Emperor of Morocco. Franks took the onf2| document to Jefferson in Paris and Adams in Unttonfc, their signatures. When he returned home the Fetal I'nion was formed, awaiting the votes of thirteen stsxi Franks pestered President Washington and Secret Jefferson for the appointment of chief consul for Fra Jefferson found him honest, active, affectionate, of i than common understanding, but indiscreet foe tall, too much, especially among the ladies, with whom Colonel was a favorite — the reason probably that^ consulate was forthcoming. Meanwhile he helped to I the Society of the Cincinnati, a secret ors mizatioa %  officers of the war. later to become a citadel of rea and snobbery for their descendants. Congress also voted 400 acres for his war services, hi became involved with a real estate company in a Frend'J settlement in the Ohio valley, the location of his The tactics of his associates caused extreme dtsnkl lion. Before long the Indians were on the trail and i sacred all the French settlers. Colonel Franks was haps among them, for nothing lurther was ever heard) him. ORT Day to be Marked March 10 The Greater Mumi Chapter of ORT will celebrate ORT Day at a regular meeting on March 10th. 8 p m at the Grossinger Pa: Hotel. Some 200 members of the Miami Beach and Coral Gables Chapters here have been notified of the celebration proclaimed in an official Blent by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. ORT. the Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training. ades and prof mi to ih youth in 20 countr; oRT's I and u] left b) the ravl,into • MrR„lph R • the local i ;:ained "ORT r>^\ will be a tribute to the who are row striving to lift themselves out of the bopek literacy, idleness ami ir through the Jewish Point Four program." they said. The Women's American ORT. with its 35.000 members, maintains 300 tuition free \ocational training installations throughout the world. Trades learned by 20.000 students in ORT schools last year included farming, automotive mechanics, electronics, cabinet-making, needlework, dental mechanics, masonry and tool and die making. I Hadassah Meetings Highlight Supplies; Linens for Israel Being Collected Here Stephen S. Wise Group of Haspecial assistant to the chairmn dassah had its weekly minyon i card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, March 11th. At a meeting of I. B. Goodman Group of Hadassah held Thursday. March 11th. at the Jobnina Hotel. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was guest speaker. Program chairman Miss Edith Krepack discussed the meaning of the Purim Festival. Miss Lillian Goodman is president. Mrs Nat Waldman. president of Shaloma Group of Hadassah, anannounced a general meeting held Monday. March 8th. at The Stephen S Wi-e Group* the Hibiscus Lodge. Hadassah | Hadassah held a Purim Party supplies were highlighted at this I** its meeting on March 8ft in the Monte Carlo Hotel. < of the National Security Resources Board. Mrs. William Feuer ipresidestl Herri Group of Hadassah asu its Purim Party for Hadassgj supplies on Monday. March 8k in the dining room of I St. Moritz Hotel. Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, propssj chairman, interviewed I Hodes. comedian and originator a*a Essen, Essen and other comedy it-1 cordings. and Miss Reina Mora* singer of Oriental songs SheWj accompanied by Miss Anyth Melicov at the piano. Shown with Mayor Harold Shapiio as he proclaims ORT Day here are (left to right Mrs. Irving Sussman. president of Miami Beach Chapter: Mrs. Herman Howard, publicity chairman; Mrs. Harry Tischler. vice president; and Mrs. Florence Kuppermon. guardianship chairman. Directors Are Named to Serve in Chamber Division In a mail ballot just completed. 14 directors to serve during the 1954-5 fiscal year were named by i members of the Retail Merchants Division of the Miami Beach Cham ber of Commerce. The men elected I represent the 14 trade groups into which the division is divided. Those elected included Edward T. Bedford, department stores and* children's wear: Maurice L'nger. women's wearj Allan Lipkin. men's wear: S. F. Knowles, fruit shippers Dr. T. H. Fox. drugs and sundr. Harry Auslandi P. T Gulley. costume jewelry and s: Kenneth Paul. Jewelers; Milton Fox. hardware and paint: E. I Man dell, house furnishings and furnii ture: Al Goldman, restaurants: Irving B. Kaplan, cafeterias; j F Mill linex. variety stores, and Samuel Friedland, grocers. Board Assists Persons Here The State Department of Public Welfare. District No. 9 Welfare Board, assisted 7.660 persons in the three categories of Public Aafaf ance in February. 1954. with a total expenditure of $362.600 00 Harry Zukernick. chairman of the Board, reported here that of this number. 5.923 individuals received old age assistance. 1530 families representing 4.175 children received aid to dependent children and 207 individuals re-, ceived aid to the blind Another program, aid to the dis abled. passed by the last Legisla' ture. is not yet in operation tunds have not been released for this purpose awaiting a decision bv the State Supreme Court. Zukernick also pointed out that in addition to the public program in Dade County, i services were given to 66 children in foster homes needing lont; time care, expending 154.079 87 for this care, and there were 250 children in adoptive homes where the agency is serving the Circuit Court by making recommendations the suitability of adoption. Rabbi Mescheloff Speaks Herzl Group of Hadassah held a discussion meeting on Friday at the home of Mrs. Aaron Newman. 500 West 49th Street. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschelir^'*'" .** %  •*"ear, ^hoS lug, over which Mrs. Rose — -— %  %  • — Frankel presided as chairman. program was a film. A Ncw ** The Mesdames Philip Hayden, n. Speaker was Joseph Shawmut and Arthur Simon participated in a panel discussion presided by guest speaker and moderator Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. • • • Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah held a joint meeting with the Israeli Group on March 8th. at the Empress Hotel. A Hadassah supplies shower was held, with members bringing linens and supplies to be sent to hospitals and health stations in Israel. A moving picture. Make Wise Guest I'nMMm:.. —<, .uu. nciri, was snown. uuest Congregation, was guest speaker, 'speaker was Mrs. Marsha Sharp. ing. Speaker was tich, who has just returned Wj Israel. • • • Mount Scopus Group of H**H sah helped Israel reclaim M* lands by highlighting JNF %  March 8th meeting in Beth Pa !" Recreation Hall. The Study OroM meeting was held one hour P* ceeding the meeting. • • • The Naomi Group of Had ** s regular monthly %  Jjj Monday. March 8th. at W nial Hotel. Gix* speaker was Chris London.^mw up consultant at J. Baldi's Be*| Salon. its regular ifa Miami Colonial Hotel. held ing on MOW... FUVORSEAUD' for PEAK FRESHNESS Exclusive! Maniscbewitz Inner Wrap keeps your malzos oven-crisp ...inHonorofPaw*"* MAT20S • WINE MANIS EGG MAT20S • GEFILTE FISH • BORSCHT • SPONGE CAKE M



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* rBIDAY, MARCH 12, 1954 +Jenistifk>ridton Maule Organizes New Service for The Home Owner Opent'd Monday as a service to South Florida builders and home owners, is the new Home Improvement Loan Department of Maule Industries, Inc. Heading the department, with the title of loan director, is M. L. "Doc" Whaley, who brings to the position extensive experience in the building, engineering and finance fields. Before coming to Miami in 1946, Whaley was associated with Michigm Bell Telephone Company's engineering department in Detroit and with Klectfic Auto-Lite Company in Toledo as a planning engineer In Miami, he served five years as loan manager of Lindsley i Lumber Company and, more recently, until taking up his position with Maule, was president of his I own mortgage brokerage firm, [Whaley & Associates, Inc. Whaley was born in Kunkle, I Ohio, and spent his youth in BowI ling Green. Ohio, where he attended public school and Bowling Green State University. He later did extension study at the University of Florida. He now lives in Milami Shores, is married and has an {eight-year-old daughter. He is on the Board of Control of Ithe Allapattah Exchange Club, a [member of the Miami Shores DadIrlie.-.' Club and attends Miami [shores Community Church. Maule's Home Improvement iLoan Department is designed primlarily to assist builders and their I home owner customers in obtain[ing loans up to $2,500 for additions, alterations, modernization reIpairs and other home improvements The department is also [equipped to handle construction land completion loans. Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand trfUMM •'AMOUS *NC| ||] 7 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any itktr brand PAGE 9 B Flagler Women to Hold Meeting on March 18th The Women's Group oi the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday. March 18th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. Main business of the evening will be election of new officers for the coming year. Mrs. Jess Freed, program chairman, will introduce Miss Dr. Seevers in Talk Daniel, representative of the Dairy Council of Dade, Monroe and Broward Counties. Miss Daniel will speak and comment on the film: Food As Children See It. Mayor Shapiro is Guest Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, was guest speaker at the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B"nai B'rith, on Tuesday, March 9th, at the National Hotel. Private Schools Association of Dade County held itsmonthly meeting on Thursday, March 11th, at the Abbott Gardens School. Speaker for the evening was Dr. C. H. Seevers, Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami. North Miami Beach General Mobilization in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal is launched at a breakfast meeting at Spanburgh's Restaurant. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney and civic leader, was principal speaker. She is shown with Louis Wallace and Jacob Plitt, co-chairmen of the North Miami Beach area. CJA goal of SI,491,806 will serve Israel and 54 welfare institutions in the US and in Greater Miami. Mrs. Meyers Calls for Reconciliation Department Handling of domestic relations Bar, Coral Gables and other Bar matters through a reconciliation department is advocated by Anna Brenner Meyers, candidate for Circuit Court Judge, Group 5. "I propose to have a reconciliation department as an aid to the Circuit Court, just as today the Circuit Judge has pre-trial conferences in civil actions, and has made available, to him reports of investigators regarding the accused in criminal cases," the candidate said. She said she would make the service available to the plaintiff or defendant or both, as well as to the CirTuit Judges, in cases involving divorce, separation and annulment proceedings. Mrs. Meyers declared she believes such a reconciliation department will do a great deal to prevent breaking up of homes and marriages. She explained she plans to call on the members of the Dade County Bar, Junior Bar, Miami Beach associations, wherever they exist in the county, as well as the Juvenile Court Judge, to consider setting up such a department in the Dade County Court House. "I also plan to enlist the cooperation of the Family Service Bureau, the Catholic Welfare Bureau, the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the Family Counseling Service to assist in finding the properly trained professional person to do the job," she asserted. MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Av* Ph. 5-3112 Ph. 6-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach ___ 473 HARDING AVINUI "" Sorfside HABERDASHERY 30th Year on Miami leech Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Sertrice Beautiful Hors D'OOUTTM Mod* to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment end all other detalla orraneed for TOUT formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIOHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAY* M a ||| IACK 6 JILL CATERERS A IN.W. m W. Of! Miami Ave. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Cvory Sunday, WMBM, 12 fa 2 p.m. This preprom h the first and has It largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS, Now* HAROLD TURK, Councilman, and 9M0SHANA SPECTOB Builders of Immortal Memorials for tbe ji-ort $ ni3XD Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Sto*y Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S4&M PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opan Sunday* Phono 4-3249 Diatributad by Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Avenua Phono 9-8455 WWWWWWV. New Opening RIVERM0NT PARK MANORS A residence Club for Seaiors on 7 acres beautiful Riverfront Ten minutes from downtown by bin 19 Open oil year "A Home Away from Home'" 1419 N.W. South River Dr. opposite Orange Bowl Phone 9 0992, 3-3241 p%a* General Repair on all Make TTucka and Care Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Plck-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Servlco Pbe.es 3-2244, 2-6652 840 S.W. 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PAGE 10 B GLOBAL Senators Urge Prayers Against Persecution WASHINGTON (JTA) — Senator Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts introduced a bipartisan resolution last week calling on all churches and synagogues to set aside a portion of sen-ices on Sunday, April 18th, to pray for deliverance of all persons behind the Iron Curtain who are experiencing religious persecution. Co-sponsors of the resolution are Senators John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts and H. Alexander Smith of New Jersey. r* TTAD r T C I Jwd 9 e $ob,,aH l n S o,lchor OllUlvl O General; Eisenhower Present JDC Aiding 35,000 Jews in Israel, Leavitt Reports NEW YORK (JTA) — Moses A. US Asked to Act on Release of | Persons Arrested in Iraq WASIIINKTON (JTA) — Senator Lehman has written Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to use the United States Government's diplomatic resources to the fullest extent in bringing about the freedom of three Israelis whom the Iraq Government has kept in prison since early last month The New York Senator said the detention of three individuals, who inadvertently found themselves on Iraqi soil when a British plane on a flight from Cyprus to Iran made a forced landing at Bagdad, was .-.•itfieiituui a matter of deep and proper con Implement Indemnification cern to the United States and all, MUNICH (JTA) — A meeting of governments which abide by tra(he Bavarian Council for Freedom ditional standards of decency with j anr j Justice, attended by several WASHINGTON — Judge Simon Sobeloff of Baltimore was sworn in this week as Solicitor General of the United States in a White House ceremony witnessed by President Eisenhower and held in his office. Judge Sobeloff succeeds Philip Perlman. who resigned more than a vear ao. The oath of office was administered by United States Chief Justice Earl Warren. President Eisenhower then shook hands with Judge Sobeloff and said, "it is my privilege to hand you this commission and to welcome you aboard." German Government Asked to strip area, an Israeli military spokesman revealed here, strecsing that the Egyptians have stepped up their aggressions in the section. The Israelis have protested a number of recent raids by infiltrees from Egyptian territory to the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission. LWAL NOTICI German Lawyer Jailed for Defending Claimants HANOVER (JTA) — A German attorney in practice in Lower Sax> ony. Dr. Rudolf Grosse-Hagenbrock, has been arrested for fraud, blackmail, misrepresentation, tax evasion and violation of foreign currency control legislation in connection with restitution cases, a field in which he specialized. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of respect to the treatment of traveldeputies of the Bavarian State Parliament, has protested the fact that the Federal Government has not yet enacted implementation regu lations for the indemnification law which was brought into force six months ago. The meeting was told that the position of aged and ill victims of Nazism was "desperate" and that immediate steps for implementation of the indemnification law were necessary if their position was to be ameliorated. the Joint Distribution Committee' ers encountering adverse condiwho returned from a two-month tions whether on the high seas or purvey tour of the agency's activi-1 in the air. ties in Israel and Europe, has reported that JDC is currently assisting more than 35.000 men. women and children yearly in the Jewish State. Mr. Leavitt was elected chairman of the American Council of VoluntaryAgencies for Foreign Sen-ice during his absence elsewhere who have been living Germany Extended Permit For "Returnees" to Remain MUNICH (JTA) — The 450 "illegal" returnees from Israel and abroad. America-Israel Society Opens New Headquarters WASHINGTON (JTA) — The America-Israel Society, formed last month by leaders in all walks of American life to further cultural relations and goodwill between the people of the United States and Is rael. has opened its national headquarters in the Hotel Willard here. The Society, of which Governor Theodore R. McKeldin of Man-land at the Jewish DP camp at Foehrenwald since last August under an agreement whereby they were required to emigrate from Germany within six months, were la-t weekend granted a few more months in which to leave or make arrangements for emigration. Solomon Goldmann Memorial Foundation Established CHICAGO (JTA) — Organization of the Solomon Goldman Memorial Foundation to gather and publish the unpublished manuscripts %  mil the essavs and sermons of the late Rabbi Goldman was announced here by William A. Nudelman. executive director of the Anshe Emet Synagogue, of which Rabbi Goldman was spiritual leader until his death. NOTICE UND7TV^ r 7 TlS KOT1CK WAKES business under ih„ [„.!?,'•••• %  MfNI.-IH.VI, A -T.,V N.W s*th HtrllTj|£Sn3 register said name iih tv" u l.KONARI. .1 KAUw'""" iV-n' r l e> ., ,or A ''i*nt :50 Dul'ont lil.iu i/ii-M i/j-u" NOTICt UNDER FICTlTlft NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIERBBTQhJ the undersigned, 'l.-lnng ( 0 ., Imaiueaa undei Infictmou, HL.UE URASS MOTEL it. Una Avfiiue. Miami V.", County, Fla intend to rtttiLl name with tinClerk of fliTV Court of iJadc County. RaOS BUNNY BEACH"*" APARTMENT! roir'J BUNNY ISLES i WM.TM.iUKCORp.fi RttHICK. HHAI'lIU) KR1E0 Attorney* for Applicants. 410 Lincoln RouJ I/1S-ZS — I/i-l'J Four Nobel Prize Winners Named Governors of Institute NEW YORK (JTA)— Four Nobel Prize winner are among ten internationally known scientists who ipresident, also plans to open lonave J Ust accepted nomination to cal chapters in New York. Philadelphia. Boston, Chicago and other cities. Israel Lifts More Restrictions Imposed on Arab Residents TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel has the Board of Governors of the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehoboth. They are Prof. Felix Bloch. of Stanford University, California: Prof. Niels H. D. Bohr, of the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Copenhagen; Prof. Ernst B. Chain, of the Institute Superiore : di Sanita. Rome; and Prof. Sir Roblifted more restrictions imposed op ert Robinson, of Oxford University. Arabs living in Israel in the northern border areas. This is the secend step in recent weeks toward the lifting of all restrictions imposed on Israeli Arabs in sensitive areas of the country since the War | 1. A CMttoat, Usifarm Saaaly af of Liberation The recent liberal-! Sartitillt Sterile SRINYWhite DIMS' ization moves have centered about | aaTiwaiiy aieriie, aaawy want vaaawii the movement of Arabs in the ar* a


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)AY. MARCH 12. 1954 -Jewlstncrkttan PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICt T^ C C E UITcSu F RT N §F THE I 'LI' 'S'KK. Defendant > K 'SUIT FOR DIVORCE I ,.,,<,KKANKB, I jjjo l.cland Avenue. L.fe a,! hirLbynoUflthat BUI I"! 1 ,,i for invoice hHM been [ ind you are requlr' I Mill of Complaint on M"£' C; Attorney*, MYERS. i KAPLAN, ISO Scyhold EMM >'•'"" "" ,r !'V' !f. '! ,e inR" i v. -I..or Heading In the Ft ih i'Mk ..r ihe circuit Court T i( vou fH '" ''" s "Judgment by Ciii will \>r taken against you for PjSlJf demanded In the Hill or %  felr'noti'•• %  'hall be published once P'„i fm four consecutive weeks K, i ii -WISH FLORIDAN. [it vh ORDERED at Miami. TJi,i, .' thin lth >b.v <>' February. ls: 4 K ||. l.RATHKBrrJAWl link. Circuit Court.;. I mile lounly.JTftwa. B) \i ;IM:KS. -qltCnurl Seal) '?pu/y !" "> HEREBY GIVEN that undi i to engage In is na me of [j; \. I.. SHOi 'I I" 1 H E I'.i It '. %  Intend* to r. KI nli the i 'I'-rli ..f the etui Court of I mde '' mnl). 1 "lot Ida. MIRACLE SHOE CORP. Bj I i. .nli .1 Levin, .'lent |XET AflENET iir... l<>, !" Snl '" Owner f.s-l.Kl: a rJARfl %  torneyp f.„ A|.pllcant Ti W r illRler St. l-12-li-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I J."! CIRCUIT COURT OF THC tt'"JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF KMETI* IN AND F <>B DADE PIML i-o. CHANCERY. No. 164714 FU18 FREEMAN. Plaintiff. LVIN \,!', I 1 I:I:MAN '' "x-'endant u I rSJUT F0R O'VORCE P ;' VJNA I REKMAN. Keaidence In known iw.! 6 h,, !, ,l, v notified that a Bill t' !" 1 11 ,"" '"I Divorce ha=< been filed r i ',"1' ';'"' y "" "" %  reiiulred to Ct ''V,""" Anawar or I-leadlintKf'i '" "' '"'"I'lalnl on the ivi.Au i. A J ':"'"'•>• %  "EN ESSEN. 823 e tie H"""T' V,lHm '. Florida, and I the nffi Bln ".' An *ef r I'leudlnic „ ,.,,'"' : "V ''l*rk of the ClrMar h ,'.'.'-'. '" %  ""'ore the 29th day %  lam?nt '' V" fa do %  • .17' rtefaull will be taken • Bill '" r, '" f Jennded In kid. ,^" M "I:I.KRKI> at Miami. 'l> 1534 -'"' "" y of Pebruary! f B. I.KATHKRMAN. Jlprk, Circuit Court. ,'"';: .''ounty, Plorlita. E'rcult Cm J W STOCKING. Jp OWEN PS Clerk. "•^W-lSInfMlaml Plorld ILEVE^T^CU IT COURT OF THE 1^0 FOR ni U rJl ICIA1 CIRCUIT IN IN ?w DA ,? E COUNTY. FLOR"\KVI NC 6RV No 1MM v B ""Intlff P%ffiPfc& I'"' ,nd "' !'.M.M-,r^ BucAT,oN P" BiiV,, IK,l ';:nv NOTIIII:I> If" '••< %  >,, "mplaliit for Hh %  'entiti ,i """'"••I >ou In the 1 J '"iiih... '""•" : "" 1 You are I l n "-r tn ih.' "um* ? QO ^> "' >' our I"' I'lalniiff J .'."" "' ''""'I.I..1IU on fe'tlnal ",,,,: %  A file the T" i n:uii iv, ','""'• f the Clerk of \V "'M.,r. I, ,.';"' I',' ''•• r .'".' the 19th I' 1 onf,„ • o'herwlae a Decree |„u^ 'o win b,, tntered BBll | n t •^•Jftfor", !" 1 '"' f-bllahed once ', T HE JEWlHH r ^,""r ,u "ve week. "tl ,,'J.' SH Hi< "HUMAN. l> "' Pbru,' i ;" > ,nl i ,.^', 0-. thi. 12th Clerl' A^ATHKRMAN. Ill -v. lr V"" t '" u, t t?^8SiLv^im.ff OT L0T NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE vs. Bill ROSE eoo !" ^,^.^^ TO: ROSE COOFKU &7 Almont St. Maiden, MAnaitti .1 Tou are hereby notified tha of Complaint for l>KV)i-ce Hiia been filed against > ou.i nhd you me required to serve a cony. of your Ajiawer or I'learilna to the Bill of Cnrrrplalhr on the plaintiff* Attorney, WII.felAM'Hi' HAMILTON. 212 Clvl. llldg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clei k of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Sth da> of March, 1.".4 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken ngalnat you for the relief demanded In the HIM of Complaint. This notice shall he puhllali. .1 once .-n.-h week for four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH FLOHIIMAN. I >oNK AND OKI>ICnKl> at Florida, thla ltth day of-f'eliru. i A.U. l'.'l E. B. I.KATHKItMAN, i U. CM. uit Court. Dade County, Florida in WM. W. STOCRIK'i; (Clrrult Ci.mn Seal) Deputy Clerk WILLIAM II HAMILTON \ttorney for rialntlff 2/19-2 — 3,5-12 NOTICEBY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166482 GERTRUDE EI.ISII, I'lalntlff. vs. MAX ELISII. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MAX ELISH 42 Fall view liergenfleld. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Bill Of Cinplalnt tor Divorce has been "led against you, and you are required to serve n copy of your Answer or Fleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, KESSLER & CARS. 1782 W. Klajfler.Street. Miami. imWVa'Sn? ftV .rfuMaH to do so. Judgment by^oVfanh.. will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this ICth day of February, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, 'Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 2/19-26 — 1/5-12 IN -r2 0T ^ E TO CREDITORS lit H Mr. COUNTY JUDGESCOURT i* sfiri? FOR DADE COUNTY, rn^TsT^TK "S.?*"^' N 3224 h • Inst the •-' %  "' of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de.-a-od i,t, : ,,, |, ,,,,,. c„unty, Florida. to rhe Honorable County 1 hid Dadt) i,ouni>. ami fiifli tbe siliae in '.]' 'oinlI" IM.I.. i on,,n. Flu in eight calendar months from the dale .,f n„. rirst publication hereof. Sai.i claims or demands to contain the legal addreaa .,i the i lalmanl and to a* sworn to and presented as afores.ii.1, oi same win be barred Dat< Manh I, AH. 1 :• r, 4 i "LIVE II SMITH, As Administratrix of the • CARRIE MAI: SMITH. MILTON 11. RICHMOND Attornei foi Olrv B. smith Room 2IW, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg. l/S-It-19-M LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DILI DO DRESS SHOI' at 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend* to register said rtamc with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE HARRIS, Sole own.-i UEOROE .1 TALIANo F\\ ESQ. Attorney for RMe HaiTls /M ::,.-,.|e Ki NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS— NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that Ho i.iulersignod. desiring In engage in business under the flctltloui name of THE RECORD, at No ln.,1 N K ir.isi Ten. -i.e. North Miami Reach, Hoi Ida, intends to register the said name with Ih.clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. N. D. I', INC. I/M — 3/5-12-19 IN COUNTS' JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30339B RE: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH Ml'ltAR, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHAROE NOTICE is hereby given that we have fdi i our final report and petition fi Final Discharge as co-executors of the estate of ELIZABETH MI'RAR,' ..I ;ii.it ..a the Tib day of April, r.'".i. will appls to the Honorable FRANK DOWliINO, County of Dude County, Florida, for approval of said final reports and for final discharge as co-executors of the of ELIZABETH MI'RAR, de\ Tiiis "6th day of February, 154. ISADOR FINE ELSIE M. KINNEY MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Co-executorg .: 'S-12-19 H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CCnjRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCw*7I^DF, IIEI.ENE HO.Sh:M*ADlj'i1aiilMffC I. %  \ s. MORRIS ROSENBAI'M. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MORRIS ROSENBAL'M Re Idence unknoa n You. MORRIS ROSENBAI'M, are hereby notified that ; Bill ..f Com l-lalnt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Plead. tog I" the Bill of Complaint on Hi. plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOF. ••,"7-11 Olympia Hullding, Miami, Florida, and file ih, original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the MCh day ol March. IH4, if you fall to-ilo so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the teller demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall, "be published once each week tor fotaconsecutive weeks in THE JEWISH -FI.'"HUMAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Flotida, tbi* I9th da\ of February, A.II. 1951. E. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Conniv, Florida. H> Wa.' W. STOCKINO. (Circuit c.irt Beat) Deputy Clerk GEORGE CIU:RTKI."F Attorney for I'laintTff B07-11 Olympia Hullding, Miami, Fla. i'2'i — j/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlwt the underBlgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of OCEAN SHORE MOTEL, at 1 S6'L Collins Av, nue. Miami Bes Ds County, Fla., intends to register, snl name nun ih,Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'a.ie County, Florida. THE PORBUR CORPORATION, G tier BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED Attornei s for Appllcauts 4! l'.lmofn Road %  ftT'.^W.I-TsiIH.Via % % % %  •iif|..r:;ni • fN C0*il'NTY^O0Ge' COURT r,j QAP, COU.NTYj.FLO^SHA No. 29977 A RE: ESTATE "F VI'.TTA EDELSTE1N, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ilieioii.i given thai I hare filed mi final report and petition for Final I %  Executrix of the of YETT V KDEL8TE1N, d< and that on the 5th day of April, lH.'.t. I will apply to the HI.IIOI aide W. MU.VK BLANTON or FRANK B BOWLING. County .Indues of Dade cunt.i, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix' of the Estate of YETTA EDELSTEIN, deceased. This lal day ol Manh, IIS4. SADIE FEINSMITH JOSEPH ZEMEL Attorney for Executrix r.dn Lincoln Road, Miami lleach. Fla. 3/5-12-19-26 •riotlfcE UNDER FfCTlTftTUS NAME. LAW. 'I .n L^QTICE. I(s„ HERKiM' .fJWFX, jLhat 7rft''AnoV. signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BUM BLEST CORPORATION, at 424 N.W 29rh Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BUN BLEST CORPORATION OF FLORIDA By LEO NEMEROV8KI, President 2/J6 — S/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 16S637 BESSIE MAE POPE. JR.. Plaintiff LOYD CIJNTON POPE. JR.. Defendant NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO: Loyd Clinton Pope. Jr. 257 K. Oak wood Boulevard Detroit, Michigan Tou are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorneys. KESSLER & GARS. 17*2 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 tho relief demanded. In the Bill of om" Done and Ordered at Miami. Florida, ,„.. ,7th dai Of K ;i .; V ,. V( i. it M 54 N Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) 2/19-26 — 3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR. IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16*908 FANNIE FRIEDMAN. Plaintiff CHARLES I % %  RIEDMAN. £ f ;i n '!" nt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN c/o Mrs Ida Friedman 407 E 98th Street ro^ARE 'FU^OT,FJED that a Bill of Conwlalnt for Divorce n filed against you In the *po\ entitled cause and you are hereto required to serve a copy "f your Answer to Hie BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26tn day, of March. 1954. otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaao will be entered ""This 1 notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeae In THE JEWISH QA^IDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of February. "JBATHERMAM. SrWMWarc^a. Deputy Clent PALLOT, SILVER MUL.DOY Attorneys .for Plaintiff ,. Wl Congress BulMing. Miami. Florida 1/lt-M — a/i-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the flctltloui name of SEN BLEST HOME MICK COMPANY, at 424 N.W. Mth Street Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SUN BLEST CORPORATION OF FLORIDA Hi LEO NEMEROV8KI, Mtt/rVl" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring Jo engage In business under the fictitious name of RANI) DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY, at 2160 N.W. 1st Court. Intend to register *aid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY HERSKOWITZ ISIDOR HERSKOWITZ Sole Owners MAX SILVER Attorney for Applicants Ml Sevllold Bldg. 2/26 — 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage fa buslnees under (be fictitious name of FLORIDA AUTO HALES, al 142a N.W nth Si Miami, ii.., id;,, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court oi Dadi County, Florida. SAMUEL L. KAY JACK i: WEIN KOVNER f.M VNNHEIMER Attorneys for Florida Auto Sales 8/5-12-19-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlag to engage ui business under the fictitious name of TKI.K-Cnl.i iR BTUDII >H Of MIAMI, ai ll'l N.W. nth Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of I lade County, Florida TONY E, 1/il'HESTI and MKI.VIN II ADLER, I partnership. 2/26 — 3.5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring to engag. i business under the fictitious name of IT TELEVISION, al K39 Alton Road. Miami Beach. JnteWds to reglater said name with the dene ol th.. Circuit Court of Dade County. i ...i Ida. JERRY MEI.TZ, Solo Owner 2/26 — 3/5-IJ-re NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring to eltgslge III business under Ihe fictiliou GLOBE GREEN STAMPS, 'GLOBE TRADING BTAMI 2732 Pom • de Leon Blvd v Coral Gables, "flerlds Intends I d name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dai Countv. Florid c GLOBE STAMP CO.. IN"'. By: David Jacobaon, President i s,,ie Owner) HENRY M CAIN Attornej for Applicant 2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Florida 3 i-12-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEREIIY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GABLES STATIONERS, at 129 Olrnlda Avenue, Coral Gables, intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, n r "'"SOL SCHREIBER 2/26 — 3/3-12-19 ___^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name or DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade County, Fla Intends to regl*ter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida PHILIP DE LEON MARX FA HE It Attorney for Applicant 41:' Congress Hlilg. -: II -19-26 — 4/2 ^______ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that ih.undersigned, desiring to en| business under Ihe fictitious name of SUPERIOR DELICACIES, al Hardln. Fla., intend* to register said name with the I, lerk of the ClroUtt Court of Dade County, GEORGE I. Zll.AUF (sole owner) 12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of L\ UI'MURE STL'DIO, at 738 4i*t Strfct, 'Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to' register aUM name with the Clerk nf. -the,Circuit Court of Dade County, ARTHUR DBOUTZ ESTEI.I.E DEC.CTZ GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Petitioners 2/26 — a/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE No 166201 JAMES I. HOIIERTY and IRENE M DOHERTY. his wile, i'lalntlffs. vs. All persons claiming any estate, right, title or interest tn, or Hen upon, thje real property herein described, or any part thereof; Defendants AMENDED SUMMONS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: All persons claiming any estate, right, title, or interest in. or lien upon, the real property herein described, or any part thereof. Defendants. Greetings: You are hereby notified that a proceeding to yulet Title has been brought in the circuit Court for Dade County, Florida, agalnwt all persons lalming any estate, right, title or interest in, or Hen upon the following described real property, situate In Dade County, Florida, to wit: Lots 21 and E2, according to the amended plat of City Line Pnrk, as recorded In Plat Book 10, Page 13, I'ubllc Records of Dade Countv, Florida and vou are hereby required to file with the Clerk of said Court your written appearance personally, or by attorney, In said proceeding, on or before the 20th day of March. 1954. and fter to file with said clerk your written defenses, If any. to the BUI of Complaint at the times prescribed by Law. therein setting up the estate, light, title, or interest in, or lien upon, the above described property claimed by vou. Herein fail not, or Judgment iiiM he entered against you by DeWITNES8 mi hand and seal of said court at Miami. Dade County, Florida, thi* ICth day of February, 19..4. E. H LEATHERMAN, as Clerk of above styled court By WM. W. STOCKINO, Depot) Clerk (court seal) 2/19-26 — 3 ; : %  •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALBRIGHTS STANDARD SERVICE. at 2U.. S.W -ih Street, intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of irt of Dade County, rl,U RAYMOND C ALBRIGHT. TO5RNARD R Jim Attorney for Applicant S&Stf Street NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN tl i the undersigned, desiring to engage i business under the fictitious nan MIAMI LOCK, MIAMI LOCK KEY, MIAMI LOCK \ d i. ,n 1970 8 w nth Street, intends to regi-t. name with tbe Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. MAURICE HANS', Sole Owner MONROE D1XON Attorney for Applicant 503 Olympia ltidg. 2/19-26 — 3/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WILLIAM KCHN'S MODERN MASSAGE, at 9822 N.E. 2nd Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count>. Florida. WILLIAM KL'HN, Sole Owner 2M9-2R — S/5-12 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29489 B RE: ESTATE OF KATHER1NE FERDA, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge us Executor of the estate of KATHBRINE FERDA. deceased; and that on the 22nd 9aj ol March. 19T.4, will apply to the Honotable FRANK B. HOWLING, Cm,,. Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval ol said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of KATHEKINE FERDA. deThis 17th day dl FVbruai y. !'''< s/ MAURICE FERDA, Executor MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor 922 Sevhold Building. Miami, Florida 2/19-26 — 3/5-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewish Her/kiifor) solicits your lttqal nonces. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2 4 3 6



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 12, 1954

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
i^wiisltUEIIiDSPidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
28 Number 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tin Protests:
Executed
Nazis are
Reburied
JlOVnoN JTA) Six Labor
Libers of Parliament have mtro-
Led a motion in the House of
Lmon> attacking the German re-
iirial of some 90 convicted and |
baited Nazi war criminals re-
kin-iblc tor the murder of thou-
Inds of inmati "l the Kelson and
tr concentration camps. British
bcupatiim authorities refused to
Kerfere with fierman authorities
Iho moved the bodies from a mass
\a\e to individual plots in the!
jty cemetery, after a campaign by
to-Nazi elements in Hamelin,
fewer Saxony.
[Thirty of the BO hodiea of the
iccuted Nazi war criminals have
(ready been moved trom a com-
on ma grave near Hamelin and
Unterred in the city's ee.metery.
he remainins bodies will be mov-
i later. Amnn^ those i (buried'are
^>eph Kramer, named the Beast
Bclsen by inmate- of the notor-
us death camp, and Irma Grese,
ho hounded women prisoners at
plsen.
|The World Jewi-h congress is-
I a statement signed by its poll-
secretary. A I. K.isterman.
merely criticizing the reburial of
Beast of Belsen, who starved,
t and burned to death tens of
sands of Jewi-h and other
up inmates while be commanded
prison, as well js the other
i criminals. Mr. Kasterman
I the reburial "an act of
zen defiance ol the moral prin-
ples cherished by decent peo-
everywhere" lie emphasized
t it was "all the more shock-
since it was ordered by a Min-
ry of Justice (German) and paid
by a Ministry of Finance (Ger-
fcn) out of public funds."
[The action of the German au-
orities mocks the memory of Hit-
r's countless murdered victims,"
'continued "The posthumous
tutewashing of Nazi killers cast
gravest of doubts on repeated
frman official professions that'
new Germany is purged."
Members of Congress
Seek to Block Arms
WASHINGTON (JTA)Members 1 posals may undermine rather than
of Congress, representing both
parties, Monday issued a statement
revealing that they had held a
meeting with officials of the State
Department from whom they
sought assurances that the US Gov-
ernment would not supply arms to
the Arab states as long as their
1 rulers refuse to make peace with
Israel.
The statement does not indicate
whether the desired assurances
strengthen our defenses in this
area. Furthermore, we pointed out
that the Arab states show no de-
sire to make peace with Israel, and
there is every reason to fear, in
view of mounting tension in the
Middle Kast recently, that our arms
may be used not to defend the
Middle. East against Communism,
but for a renewal of warfare
against Israel and even against
' some of our NATO allies who have
were secured. From diplomatic*! interests in this region.
Fred K. Shochet (right), publisher of The Jewish Floridicm and
chairman of General Mobilization in the 1954 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal campaign, is greeted by Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg,
executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, on
Shochet's return to Miami this week from a comprehensive
tour through Israel. The publisher was guest of the Israel
Government during the entire fact-finding trip. The GM phase
of the 1954 CJA campaign is seeking $99,106 in the Greater
Miami area.
sources it was learned that Acting
Secretary of State Walter Bedell !
Smith and A -sistant Secretary of
State Henry A. Byroade argued
that American arms aid for Arab ;
states is necessary for the "secur- '
ity" of the area. (The New York
Times reported that the two high
officials of the State Department
told the Congressmen that only
"token" deliveries of arms have
been considered.)
In their statement, the Congress-
men made it known that they ex
pressed "concern over published
reports that our government is pro-
"The guns we give to the Arabs
may be use'd not to advance the se-
curity of the area, not to promote
peace and security, but to attack
our own essential interests. At this
time there is no dependable assur-
ance to the contrary," the Con-
gressmen emphasized.
Want US To Be Firm
The members of Congress also
sought reassurance "that the Ad-
ministration would maintain a firm
position in the current discussions
in the Security Council designed to
bring an end to the illegal Egyp-
tian blockade of the Suez Canal and
that the United States would take
posing to use the military aid ap-
propriated for the Near East under the position that whatever resolu-
tion is adopted on this subject by
the Security Council should be im-
thc Mutual Security Act in part to
give arms and other military aid
to individual Arab states."
"We expressed the fear." said
the Congressmen, "that such pro-
Tony Martin will Star at CJA
Women's Luncheon on Monday
Climaxing a whirlwind cam-
paign, the Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal will make
*_ final effort to reach its quota
at Luncheon Unlimited /- a trop-
ical extravaganza expected to at
tract 2,000 women on Monday
noon, March 15th. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Tony Martin, of radio, screen and
television fame, wiirbe guest artist.
According to Mrs. Jack A. Ablin
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, co-chair-
men-of the Women's Division, their
group has raised over $113,000 to
date and has every expectation of
achieving their goal of $165,000 at
the big luncheon party on Monday.
Chairman of Luncheon Unlimit-
ed, Mrs. Morris Alpert. has an-
nounced that a full afternoon of
entertainment, music, drama and
surprises will send the record-
breaking turnout of volunteers in-
to the homestretch of the cam-
paign.
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff has accep-
ted chairmanship of the Miami
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
Weitz 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 Federation
workshops have been organized
where volunteers work out the
hundreds of details necessary to
Teau of War Records photo shows Sgt. Robert A. Lern-
iftn R~a le9 in rornbat in Korea, receiving the Silver Star
W M j CQrby- deputy commander of the Walter Reed
7 Medical Center and Hospital. Washington. D.C.. where
*">g fitted for cm artificial ltg. Lerner plan* to study
insure success of the big produc-
tion. Heading the workshop group
will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs.
Philip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Harry
Zukernick.
Headlining the program will be
an unusual one-act drama entitled,
Darkness To Light, directed by
Professor Sam Hirsch with origin-
al music by Robert Strassburg. The
presentation will be narrated by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and will fea-
ture professional actors and actres-
ses in leading roles. This is the
first time that the play has been
presented in the Florida area, ac-
cording to Hirsch.
He is known for his dramatic
productions with the Casablanca
Players and a long series of presen-
tations at the Ring Theater of the
University of Miami.
Strassburg is a composer of ser-
ious music here and can be re-
membered for his music and chor-
al accompaniment in the pageant.
Sand In Your Shoes, presented last
Continued on Pago 3 A
plemented and enforced."
Flavoring a continuation of eco-
nomic aid for the area, including
the Arab states, the Congressmen
expressed belief that the best way
to strengthen the area against Com-
munist subversion is to continue
efforts to raise the depressed liv-
ing standards of the Arab people.
"Most of all," said the Congress-
men, "they need more bread and
more land, not more guns."
Those in attendance at the meet-
ing with State Department officials
were Senators Paul H. Douglas, Irv-
ing M. Ives and Herbert H. Leh-
man, and Representatives Emanui 1
Celler, Albert W. Cretella. Isidore
Dollinger, Sidney A. Fin. Samuel
N. Friedel, Louis B. Heller. Lester
Holtzman. Charles R. Howell, Jacob
K. Javits, Robert W. Kean, Kenneth
B. Keating, Edna F. Kelly, Eugene
J. Keough. Arthur G. Klein. Albert
P. Morano, Abraham J. Multer,
Harold C. Ostertag. Hugh Scott,
and Horace Seely-Brown, JrT
Meanwhile, the warning that Is-
rael intends to protect itself and
its interests in the event that any
of the neighboring states merge
with each other or annex one an-
other, was sounded in the Israel
Parliament by Premier Moshe
Sharett.
Syrian Premier Attacks Israel;
Scores American Aid Policy
NEW YORK (JTA>Premier Sa-
bry el-Assaly of the lessthana-
week old Syrian Government bit-
terly attacked the United States
and Israel in his first interview
since his coming to power, the New
York Times reports from Damas
cus. ,
"I am not revealing a secret," the
Premier said, "if I say that flooding
Israel with American aid will not
be viewed with satisfaction either
by the governments or Arab peo
pies. Furthermore, the conscience
of the Arab world at least is con-
vinced that in the judgment of his-
tory u>d civilized nations the Unit-
ed States bears the major respon-
sibility for the Palestine cata-
strophe and its consequences."
. Referring tn a United States pro-
posal for a Tennessee Valley Au-
thority project in" the Syria-Jordan
Israel area, he stated: "I do not
believe it can be discussed sepa
rafely because it constitutes only
a secondary part in a total human
disaster. The policy of the Syrian
government toward Israel has nev-
er changed because it has been in-
spired by bitter realities,, Israel
was established on the dead bodies
and disasters to Palestine Arab peo-
pie."
Mrs. Morris Aloorf
. loncheon chqirmoU


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Shochet Attends Services in Tel Aviv
both
inal s
;i
service.'
Rabbi
ev
Hot
ing,
one
The Dan Hotel, which was my
headquarters whenever in Tel
A\ i\. is. of course, a familiar name
rhannl on the other end, I found
groups representing all ages going
r-ending gym-
ng much muscle
spirit that won
lence.
tan of ram-
houses, where
) change into
Game for Youth AM
The Stephen S. \\v J*
Hadassah will **
mmyon card game f "
yah at the Monte Cal ?
Thursday, March 18thu\\,
i-ii state's revenue.
Accommodations necessary to at-
tract Visitors have been .-nrely lack
Shown here is the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medica! Cen-
ter, now under construction at Ein Karem in the Jerusalem
Corridor.
Final Phase of Campaign to Raise
Ten Million to be Launched Sunday
Fin:.! phasi i : .1 nationwide cam-
raise SIO.OOO.000 for the
niversity Medi-
cal Center will be launched Sunday
\ idwa) Dinner at the
. lo Hotel. A reception at p.m.
will precede the dinner, which sig<
s the 1 the hall w aj
mark in the drive (or the center
under construction in Israel
Senator Estes Kefauver ol Ten-
e, runnerup for the Democra-
tic presidential nomination in 1952.
and Mrs. M ises I' Epstein, former
national president of Hadassah, will
be the principal speakers. The af-
fair 1- expected to attract some 500
Zionist leaders from throughout
the United States.
Joseph C'herner. Washington.
D.C and Miami Beach business and ,
civic leader, is honorary chairman
of the Midway Dinner. C'herner.
who has led national camnaigns of
the United Jewish Appeal and Is-
rael Bond issue, was honored by
the State of Israel at a Miami
Beach luncheon in February, 1952.
Dr. Joseph Hirsh. executive sec-
retary' of the medical advisory
board of the Hebrew L'niversity-
Hadassah Medical School, will re-
port on progress of the medical and
medical education work. He has
made several trips to Israel and has
actively participated in the plan-
ning and development of the medi-
cal school and the medical center. !
Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, chairman
of the Greater Miami committee!
for the medical center and dinner 1
co-chairman, reported that reserva-
tions are still available.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. dinner co-
chairman, said that hundreds of
Greater Miami Hadassah members
are working until the final hour
i-eiore ine umner to insure its suc-
cess. We are proud to have been
selected as the site of the Midway
Dinner, and I am certain we will
justify our selection," Mrs. Sirkin
asserted.
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. president
of Hadassah's Greater Miami chap-
ter, reported that meetings were
held in every group during the
week to insure full participation
by South Flordians.
Mr-. Martha inner spe-
cial assistant to the Chairman of
irit) K
Board, addressed a joint session of
th Israeli a n d Hanna s- 1
groups at the Empress Hotel on
Monday night as well as -
other meetings, including on<
oul ol tow n guests at the Gros-
r Pancoasl Hotel,
Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
city Medical Center will comprise
a modern, 430-bed hospital, an out-
patient department capable of -er-
175.000 patient- a year, a
new school and living quarters for
150 nurses of the Henrietta Szold
School of Nursing and a new vom-
plex of buildings for the Hebrew
University Hadassah Medical
School.
he Stern Gang agai
'on in -.--ion there during Is-
- formative daj the Dan ii 1
' 130-room structure comparable to
the finest on Miami Beach.
Operated by Messrs Fadarman,
Siirnstem and a Miami boy.
Leo Osheroff. each f the three
has personal Mater) that sheds
, light on a final decision to settle
I in Israel Leo li the son of the Al
1 Osberoffa and louphl for the Jew-
i-h State, then took up residence
in a Kibbutz leaving I" help the
Dan promote lOUTtsu
The Dan is located right on the
tea front, and it seem- that all Tel
Aviv turns over there on Satur-
day Families, tots, pets and youth
promenade en SMsM hi their fin-
est dress. The milling crowds re-
minded me of the Atlantic City
boardwalk and Collins Avenue dur-
um the height of the season. Some
NWimming goes on despite the fact
that the City of Tel Aviv has for-
bidden it due to sewage difficul-
iii How similar to our own Bis-
cnyne Bay' All sorts of game- are
played In t h -and eoHey ball.
Otlg and paddle tenni-.
Hi to and there on the several;
miles of sand front, extending from
the "id Ctty ot Jaffa to the .-hip
MIDDIE-AGE WOMj
with income property Wom|
But more die- !"** r*'nd man upl,
ghtly than these 2f'*f'J.'U Parner. mJ
were the pitiful shacks and slum 2y'3' '8.
area- inhabited by a teeming popu-
lace lining a great portion of the
sea front I could also not help no-
ticing the usual peddlers selling
thought that Tel Aviv on Saturday
refreshment and novelties, and I
afternoon 1- afterall no differenct
from any other water front resort
during the Besses.
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Uc Greater Miami Jewish
fl" ,-cnlcr The Hebrew
2n| numbers, and Captain
ulc Israel statesman, war
f JSer of the Intel!!-
wjll bring a message
jnditions in pres-
Corps
group on co
Israel.
voting Israeli
has traveled to all corners
globe during World -
been sent
has
soldier and
War
special
behalf
Lv to many lands on
Lls defense program. Born
Eucated in England. Brass to
K the tinted States
g in behalf of the Combin-
fcish Appeal.
than 150 hostesses respon-
for tables of 10 workers each
"""'%,
5*
will be in charge of table solicita-
tion, with prizes to be awarded for
those hostesses bringing in th"
greatest number of new gifts at
Luncheon Unlimited. Mrs. John
Serbin has been named chairman
of the Queens for a Day Commit-
tee. The Miami Beach Auditorium
will be turned into a tropical gar-
den decorated with orange trees
and orange blossoms, according to
Mrs. Edward M. Greenwood, a
luncheon vice chairman in charge
of decorations.
She is being assisted by Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman and the Mesdames
Lillian G. Atlass, Richard M. Flem-
ing, Max Holtsbcrg and Morris
Honigbaum. More than 5,000 Flor-
ida oranges are being used in the
decoration motif, Mrs. Greenwood
has announced. A final report
meeting was to have been held on
Thursday, at which time more than
100 hostesses were scheduled to
report to table setups and make
final plans for the "biggest garden
party in CJA history."
Luncheon Unlimited will give
all women of D a d e County
an opportunity to participate in a
plus-giving drive desperately need-
ed for CJA to meet the require-
ments of 54 health and welfare
institutions," said Mrs. Alpert. She
urged every woman in Dade Coun-
ty to set aside the afternoon of
March 15th as a Share Your Sun
shine Day and to attend the big
luncheon affair.
Mrs. Arthur BurrtU
era Conference of
cil Meets in Atlanta
Southern Interstate Confer-
I of the National Council of
Women will be held this
|at the Dinkier -Plaza Hotel in
Jta, Georgia. The Conference
(pen on March 14th and will
hue through the 17th.
|egates representing the Mi-
each Division are Mrs. Aaron
Mrs. Burton Goldstein, Mrs.
Ird Grove and Mrs. Joseph
mson.
Miami Division will be rep-
lied by Mrs. David Brezin,
[Sidney Lewis. Mrs I^on Kap-
HTL Aaron Kanner.
any C. Myers, a nation-
oard member of Council, is
attending the meeting.
^elite Center Board
Board of the Israelite Cen-
witb David Granat acting as
[man, will meet on Tuesday,
P 16th. at 8 p m
RobtnHon Named
To Committee
Leo Robinson, prominent civic
and Jewish community leader, was
recently appointed a member of
the Dade County USO Committee
representing the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. An-
nouncement was made by Stanley
. Myers, Center president.
In assuming the responsibility.
Robinson will represent GMJCC.
which is affiliated with the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Beard, a mem-
ber agency of National USO. The
work of, Jhe USO Committee is con-
cerned with meeting the recrea-
tional, spiritual and leisure time
needs of the men and women in
uniform who reside in or come to
the Greater Miami area.
Other representatives of the lo-
cal USO Committee representing
the Greater Miami Jewish commu-
nity Center include Leon Epstein,
Herbert Soule, extension super-
visor, and E. H. Gale, executive di-
rector. Miss Gloria Hooten is exec-
utive secretary of the committee.
JWV Post Names
Honor Guard Here
Sidney Horn was elected captain
of the Honor Guard of Norman
Bruce Brown Post No. 174. JWV.
Abe Edlin was named lieutenant.
Others are Jack Silver, reelected
chaplain; Frank Kline, reelected
finance officer; Sam Srednick, ad-
jutant; and Nat Brown, supply of-
ficer.
The Honor Guard is scheduled to
present an American flag to Beth
David Congregation and will par-
ticipate in memorial services on
Sunday. May 30th, at Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
Abrahams, Dr. Mechiowitz
To Address Conference
Joseph Abrahams, executive di-
rector of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, and Dr. Herman Mechio-
witz, member of the Board of the
Center, will be among the princi
pay speakers at the forthcoming
Regional Conference of the West-
ern and Central Florida Section of-
the United Synagogue of America,
it was announced here by the na-
tional office of the organization.
The Conference will be held on
Sunday. March 14th. at Temple
Emanu-EI in Lakeland, Florida.
Abrahams, who is also president
of the National Association of
Synagogue Administrators, will
speak on synagogue administration
and finances Dr. Mechlowitz's sub-
ject will be the School Board and
its functions.
Delegates from all conservative
congregations in the area will at-
tend. The conference will be de-
voted to problems of synagogue ad-
ministration and programming.
The principal address on overall
planning for the congregation will
be delivered by Dr. Emil Lehman,
of New York City, assistant execu-
tive director of the United Syna-
gogue of America.
Israelite Center Plans
Purim Festival
The Israelite Center will hold a
Purim festival show and dance on
Sunday, March 21st, at 8 p.m.
Entitled, Shalach Manoth, the
show will have the following cast:
Mrs Israel Goldberg, Morris Aron,
George Kessler, Mrs. Barney Weid-
enfeld, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin and
Mrs. Sam Zollinger.
Mrs. Israel Goldberg is general
chairman, assisted by the follow-
ing co-chairmen: Mrs. Bernard Sir-
kus. in charge of tickets: Mrs. Na-
than Fragin. program; and Mrs.
Nat Shenkin, kitchen.
Joint Meeting Slated
A joint meeting of the Junior
and Senior Chapter of the Dynamic
Psychological Society will meet on
Sunday evening, March 14th. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Muffs,
3000 SW 17th Street. Dr. Sidney
Moss will conclude a lecture on
defensive behavior motivation.
Clothes for Israel Sought
Council of Pioneer Women Or-
ganizations of Greater Miami this
week announced its drive to col-
lect items of clothing for shipment
to Israel. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Vera Seltzer and Mrs. Anna Frey.
who said that a collection center
is now open at 1251 SW 22nd
Street, Miami..
Coffee Slated for
Brailey Odham Friday-
There will be a coffee for Brailey
Odham. candidate for the gover-
norship of Florida, on Friday. 10:30
a.m., at the Miami Women's Club,
1737 NE Bayshore Drive.
The coffee is sponsored by Mrs.
Howard Ballard. Mrs. Edward Grif-
fith, Mrs. W. F. Higginbotham. Mrs.
Thomas Sasso, Mrs. Jerome Schil-
ling and Mrs. John D. Simmons.
Odham will tell those in attend-
ance what he expects to do for
Florida and Dade County.
Children's Home to Benefit
Crippled Children's Home of
Umitilla. Florida, will benefit from
a luncheon and card party at the
home of Mrs. Jay Teitch, 9149
Froude Avenue, Surfside, on Wed-
nesday, March 17th, at 12 noon.
Hostesses are the Mesdames Ed-
ward Atlas, Israel Teitch, Abe
Robinsen. Abe Singer and Harry
Solomon.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
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Mian' Your Sunshim*
Upward of two thousand women are expect-
ed to gather on Monday at the Miami Beach
Auditorium to participate in a Share-Your-Sun-
shine Luncheon. The women will join forces
to assure their division's complete participation
in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign.
We know that the affair will be a social suc-
cess. Radio, television and screen star idol
Tony Martin will participate in the program,
and some 150 of Dade County's top women
civic leaders have already volunteered their
efforts to make the luncheon one of the most
important of the season.
But we are also certain that the affair will be
an ideological success, as well. The CJA Wom-
en's Division has thusfar raised SI 13.000 toward
a total of SI65,000 for 1954. This division is
almost traditional in the fulfillment of :-s an
nual goals, and it is a practical certainty thai
Monday's social function will conclude the
women's drive this year.
As we see it. the Share-Your-Sunshine
Luncheon should be a "must" for every woman
in the Greater Miami area. The purpose seems
self-explanatory. Israel's needs are great. The
infant republic has gone a long way toward
solidifying its gains, but American Jewry's sup-
port is mandatory if what has been conquered
and won shall not be lost again.
Functions such as the Share-Your-Sunshine
Luncheon go a long way toward insuring this
continuina support. Israel and its courageous
citizens will be the benefactors of those present
at the women's CJA social on Monday. Of
itself, the luncheon will symbolize our women's
devoted role in one of Greater Miami's most
important annual philanthropic efforts.
IIHp tho Ri'fl Ookk
The Dade County Chapter of the American
Red Cross is now askinq for our aid in its cur-
rampaign. No matter how many obliga-
tiona are upon us, and no matter how many
other organizations call for support of their
worthy drives, we think it important to regard
Dade's fund raising effort here as our own
to identify ourselves with it and to contribute
to the limit of our means.
The Red Cross is a truly democratic insti-
tution. It is the people's own first line of de-
fense against disaster which may strike with-
out warnina and at any moment. By support-
ing the Dade drive, we will be underwriting a
cuarantee for our own future safety. We will
be assurina a steady stream of aid when we
may need it most.
By supoorting the Dade drive, we will be
coining the satisfaction that we are similarly
heloing our neiqhbors no matter where they
reside in this nation.
Snr- of llims.'ll
The new Syrian government is little more
than a week old, and already Premier Sabry
el-Assaly has indicated through a bitter attack
against the United States that he will tolerate
no more aid to Israel.
The conscience of the Arab world at least is
convinced that in the judgment of history and
civilized nations the United States bears the
major responsibility for the Palestine "catas-
trophe" and its consequences. Premier Sabry
el-Assaly opined.
We find it bitterly amusing that the Syrian
leader should presume to talk about the "con-
science" of the Arab world which, during two
world wars in the past half century played
one side against another and took no political,
ideological or military stand except such that
advanced the cause of its aristocracy.
And we find it confusing that Premier Sabry
el-Assaly SDeaks with certainty for his Arab
League colleaques who have demonstrated
that the only value uniting them is their hatred
for democracy and Israel. The horizon of Syr-
ian politics is such that he may find himself
a purged "has-been" before he fully warms
the quarters of his new position. Premier Sabry
el-Assaly ought to be more guarded in his pro-
300 YEARS Of SETTLEMENT OF JEWS IN US.
I'll rim
The annual Festival of Purim will be marked
next week by Jews throughout the world. Old
and young alike will avail themselves of the
joy of hissing Haman the villain with their
noise-makers as they listen to the story of
Esther unfold in the reading of the Megillah.
Purim is a noteworthy celebration because
it reaffirms the Jewish will to survive as a re-
ligious identity in the-face of extreme persecu-
tion. Also heralding the coming of Passover
and the spring, it takes into account a woman's
heroism in the name of her people.
The Jewish triumph, the role of the Jewish
woman in that triumph and the coming of
spring when the land awakens and grows rich
are thus all tied, and we learn during Purim
that no tyrant can subdue our belief.
Tho Midway Dinner
Delegates from throughout the United States
continue to arrive here for the Midway Dinner
of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
Center scheduled on Miami Beach this Sunday
evening. We take this opportunity of welcom-
ing them here.
Some 3,500 members of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will join the delegates in
taking stock of the women's Zionist organiza-
tion s drive to build and equip the medical cen-
ter near Jerusalem, Israel. The Sunday dinner
marks the halfway point of Hadassah's drive.
Speakers will include Tennessee Senator
Estes Kefauver. Mrs. Moses Epstein, national
American affairs chairman of the women's or-
ganization, and Mrs. Martha Sharp, former as-
sistant to the chairman of the Security Re-
sources Board. Those taking leading roles in
arranging the function include some of our
most active local residents in communal and
national matters pertaining to Jewry
Hadassah's decision to build and equip the
medical center was made about three years
ago. Since that time, upward of five millions
have been collected by the organization toward
the ten million dollars needed to complete the
project. The goal set by Hadassah is a realistic
Z'iT ^QUSe ,akes ,n, acc
this humane and democratic principle typical
of the energetic Jewish State- F
It will welcome all patients alike Arab
Christian and Jew -. and minister to their
needs on an equal basis.
JO?!! anTLdeal cnaracterizes 'he spirit of Ha-
S?" W?men'8 Z,0n,s' organization
actively carries forward the philosophy that
founded Israel at a time when Zionism. gen -
ally. ,s taking stock of its past accomohshmem
and future program. The Midway Dinner on
S eve,nina' > addition to spurring the
E T ^T1 dnVe" wU1 aetve a Wbute to
Aose Jewish women who have not stood st H
these past years and who have given the
energy and understanding to assist Israel in
During The Week .. .a9 i s
By LEO MINDLIN
IT SEEMS TO ME TO BE A tribute to Jewish a
has saved and perpetuated its tradition in tho face 0f
years of unfavorable circumstances gathered together
sources and united into an apparently singular force aimwi I
ing it. This also holds true in America; although the dang
tradition here arises not out of a concentrated effort to it
as a result of its acceptance as a minority religion and the
state into which its followers have fallen.
Unafraid of the future, it would seem that Jews rejectedl
of their spiritual .satisfaction and sought for fulfillment th
as "integrated" individuals in American society and in all
tions. In the face of this trend, another has also been
apparent, and it is this last that brings credit to Jewish!
in America despite the presence of comfort and the rela
of fear.
By this I mean the religious school system as it has i
over the past half century. We are not to be surprised whei^
with the fact that the Talmud Torah flourished during I
decades following the year 1900: indeed, we are forced toi
sociological reasons underlying its failure to attract lai
of first generation Jews in that era a false sense ot i
from the aura of the East European, ghetto, and so forth.
For. the individuals who migrated here, brought witl!
'-en-e" of Torah. reverence for it and understanding of it
their desire to perpetuate this sense that brought to the Til
its vigor in the face of a nihilistic Jewish intellectual nafe|
by newfound freedoms in America.
But it is pleasantly surprising to discover that the reugM
continues to be an active element in the perpetuation of 1
dition during our own time. Those who were the foundatia|
Talmud Torah fifty years ago are no longer with us The |
taught are now its leaders.
THERE CAN BE NO DOUBT that much ignorance pn
administrative and educational processes of the religious
But, by and large, these schools are doing a noteworthy job.!
a central force for the Jewish youngster who enters their (
daily after many hours of secular training in the public sea
The ignorance encountered in the religious school is a coa
vanced by the uninformed parent who falls prey to the I
teacher and the uninformed parent who handcuffs the sincere f
trained instructor because he is a "communal leader" hol
honorarium seriously and who imposes his untutored belies!
superior understanding and professional acumen of tho.ebef
governs.
Despite the fact that today's Talmud Torah has learnai
fairly successfully with those obstacles, it has fared less well I j
area. There, the conspiracy of ineptitude, lack of informatialj
cial ambition is multiplied by capitulation to the secondaall
oration American Jewish feeling that only a little traditioalj
edge la needed to bolster the future "integrated and "ea
personality. Out of thiv misalliance is bred the Sunday scbooli
The Bureau of Jewish Education hero has been nrnksfl
effort to bring unified administrative and educational P"
the religious schools of Miami as have the schools, thcmselvtt*
own initiative This is a good thing, for it goes at least >ome*J
insuring the fact that a minimum number of nogati^ W
work against the task cut out for itself by the religious |
of the Bureau's newest moves has been to create a fund of'
perMinnol for the weakest branch of the religious school I
the Sunday school.
This last is weak precisely because It caters not to *
needs of the student but to the maximum requirement of W
ed" parent who has insisted upon the establishment of~
dispensing agency to conform to his vision of comfort a*
lion Such a compromise whh the alternative that fifty >*
jected Jewish tradition entirely necessarily demands the)
of regulatory skill from the Bureau and the individual r"
selves, if the Sunday school is to surpass the demands of I
parent and be effective at all.
The Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education hai
a schedule in conjunction with the University oJ Mia
end. Involved are a Hebrew civilization and Hebrew \"
given at the Bureau's building, with its personnel acting"I
The student who enrolls in these courses reaps two benentj
himself as a qualified Sunday school teacher, and he vr
toward a Master's degree at the University of Miami.
THE EDUCATION BUREAU, IN WORKING this sy*
U of M officials, has brought credit upon itself. For it M
niied here as an educative force of high calibre. Also re
library which serves as the source of textual material '""I
courses More important, however, is the fact that it i* ^^
of qualified personnel who may soon replace those
teachers now entering their classrooms each week only
of their youthful and trusting pupils.
I have also heard word here that the horfeoW
school many soon be expanded and that they *'" 've |jnj|
three-day curriculum more honestly and intelligently n>
of a religious school student. This is eertainly an """"Vj ^
those who undertake to implement it must be appwj ^i
For the opposition with which they will undoubtedly


12, 1954
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jntism No Anti-Communist Weapon,
Tells Miami AJCommittee
- committo and guests
,n Jewish Committee,
RE h-.mc of Leo Robin-
1 ,Lk heard David Dan.-
Wonal proKram coordinator,
\ Z AJC Pr"ram Pnorlties
Scribed some of the
,thP \merican Jewish Com-
, fighting Communism, re-
lta publications of the Corn-
such a-. Communists.
0r foes of Civil Liber-
d other works unmasking
pnist iron' organizations.
.tame time, he pointed out
ere is danger that some
ljfl| seek to exploit Amen-
Ltimate concerns rgarding
Communism. "Vigi-
j, nq means of combatting
Uni-ni I' attracts elements
t,i democracy is
.,],. h iid "Moreover
,!.,]'.(r in tin
i political
Hal orthodox} in which free
.ion would be re-
non-conformlty out-
Air Mail Rate
Unchanged, Post
Office Says Here
made some progress in inveigling Postmaster Valliere of Miami
respectable groups to. seek to use this week explained that the rate
their literature and their leader- for air mail is still 6c per ounce.
ship. They seek to exploit the is-
sues of the day. Communism, UN,
UNESCO, McCarran-Walter Act
and other problems of legitimate
concern to most Aericans, giving
them an anti-Semitic interpreta-
tion.
In conclusion, Dantig described
the manifold activities of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee in the
fields of interreligious cooperation,
immigration and many other areas.
Theological Seminary Honors Fruchtman
Here; Local Leaders Named Co-Chair men
The general public is advised that
first class mail, paid for at 3c per
ounce, should bear no indorse-
ments and is primarily carried by
train.
However, first-class mail destin-
ed for New York. Chicago or Wash-
ington is carried by plane when
ever space is available, but there
is no assurance of plane service.
When a person indorses a 3c let-
ter "air mail" the letter is actually
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg is presi- 3c shortpaid. and regulations de-
dent of the Chapter, and Burton B. mand that the letter be returned
Goldstein is chairman of the Execu- to the writer for the additional
tice Committee I postage, thereby causing delay,
Valliere explained.
The distinctive red.
Day Camp is
Announced Here
Announcement was made this
possible ere- w.ok of the establishment of a new
icall day camp in the Greater Miami
ree*|area. Camp Simcha.
Director^ are Malcolm P. Fur-
man, Marjoric I'.nt. Gertrude Kal-
lick and Shushannah Spec-tor
teachers at the Hebrew Academy.
Kegistration is open at the
camp's offices in the Floridian Mo-
tel. Camp Simcha will run from
white and
blue envelope is intended for air
mail only and must have 6c
tage affixed.
"Do not indrose your letter- ail
mail unless you prepay the pos-
tane at 6< per ounce," he conclud-
ed
_.ed out tlii' a democra-
[, with the dan-
uni-m would be ,-m
n i these
the political demo-
j in to fill a \a
I ihe failure of
1 it groups to
j
| the pro-
.: pointed
pr
lending i has ""!
In ih' >l tes -mce
I last sev-
i : I down i onsider-
important, i (plained, j
I im on ef-1
t press r extending civil I
j ill \nii'r-
pi'j noted thai the techniques
pp nr'j.iiii/eii anti-Semitic
i seem to bo changing. These
I," pointed out, appear to
| better command "t the tech-
dI public relations and have
(ers Named Head
iDL Executive
umin Meyers, Miami busl-
|ii. and civic le ler has been
chairman ol the Greater
Executive Committee ol the
Vnti-Defa-
i'.'nth.
' lu ite of Yale
My. He has served as pres-
bl the Bureau ol Jewish Kdu-
land i- .i im mber oi the Ex
' Committee <,i the Greater
Jewish Federation.
|l known for hi- interest in
linnal advancement, Meyers
lember oi the Citizens' Advis-
pard of the University of Mi-
the pa-t several years, he
een an active leader in the
>m of the And Defamation
uf B'nai Brith and has
J as a member of the Nation-
Mcutive Committee of the
[Defense Appeal, fund raising
Mn of the ADt and Ameri-
*'sh Committee.
Purim Ball is Due
A Hamantashen Purim Ball will
he sponsored by the Yount; Adult
League of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Town
Branch, on Thursday evening,
Charles H. Fruchtman, Miami
Beach and Toledo civic and reli-
gious leader, will be honored on
April 7th by a testimonial dinner
by the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America. Announcement'
of the../unction, was made by Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of
the Seminary.
"Fruchtman possesses a rare
combination of spiritual talents. He
is a student and lover of Torah,
a dynamic exponent of the place
of Torah in American life and gen-
erous in its support. This devo-
tion has expressed itself in every
facet of Jewish cultural and spir-
itual life, and especially in the ef-
1 forts of the Seminary," Dr. Finkel-
I stein said.
I "To this model leader, the Semi-
j nary proffers its boundless grati-
pos- i tude. It is truly fitting that Frueht-
| man has been selected as the Drst
person in South Florida to be so
honored by the Seminary. He rep-
resents the continually growing
importance of Greater Miami in
the American Jewish community.
All of America is the beneficiary
Chcrlt
fruchtman
vear, he was chairman of the Win-
of his work," the chancellor con-1 ter Residents Division of the Com-
June 21st through August 13th. March 18th. 8:30 p.m., according
and dietary laws will be observed, to Mart Kistling. president.
eluded.
Fruchtman. vice president of the
Miami Beach Jewish (enter and
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has played an
active role in communal work since
establishing residence here. Last
North Shore B'nai
H'rith Women
Plan Luncheon
The North Shore Chapter
of
its
at
B'nai B'rith Women will hold
fourth annual donor luncheon
ihe Clover Club on Wednesday,
March 17th. 12:30 p.m.
speaker will be Mrs. Mary Co
hen. national chairman of Voca-
tional Guidance and past president
of District No. 3. Mrs. Saul Gold-
strum will present the invocation.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, past president
of District No. 5, will close with
the benediction.
Mrs. Jack R. Wein is donor
luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Max
Davis is co-chairman. Mrs. Morris
Kaufman is in charge of reserva-
tions.
Working for CJA Luncheon Unlimited on March 15th are these
members of the committee: first row (left to right) are Mrs
Emanuel I. Smith, Mrs. Michael R. Marks and Mrs. Raymond
Wall Second row are Miss Esther Cohen, Mrs. Albert Clark.
Mrs. Alpert and Mrs. Ida Optner. Rear are Mrs. Irwin Liss,
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt and Mrs. A. Frank Welhns.
bined Jewish Appeal and chair-
man of the fifth annual Hebrew
Academy dinner. He is an ad
national leader in the campaigns
oi the tinted Jewish Appeal, the
Israel Bond issue, Brandeis Univer-
sity and the Albert Einstein Col-
lege oi Medicine.
Three Greater Miami communal
leaden will serve as cc-ch urmen
of the April dinner. Samuel N.
Friedland, David Levuuon and Jos-
eph M. Rose will be in charge of
the function Friedland. chairman
of the Board and founder ol Food
Pair Stores, la president ol the
Miami feach Jewish 'inter and
national vice chairman of the Semi-
nary's Planning and Campaign
Committee.
Rosj, a past president of the Hi-
; ami Beach Jewish Center and form-
, er chairman of the Greater Miami
| Committee for Israel Bonds, l- own-
er of the Royal Palm Hotel. Levin-
j son. who has been active in the
bond drive and several national
and local campaigns in New York
and Florida, is co-owner of the Al-
j giers Hotel.
JNF to Honor Purim
Nephrosis Group Meets
prcsi.; Next meeting of the Greater Mi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund ami Chapter .if the National Neph-
Council of Greater Miami, announc-
es a holiday radio program by the
Jewish National Fund Council, in
honor of Purim, Sunday, March
14th. 12 p.m., over station VVMBM
rosis Foundation will be held at the
home of Mrs. William Epstein. 2470
SW 22nd Avenue, on Monday,
March 15th. 8:30 p.m.
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Sandra Bloom Weds Norman Konner in
Double King Rites; to Live in Aberdeen
Sandra Gay Bloom became Mrs.
Norman Konner in a 6 p.m. cere-
mony on Sunday, March 7th, at the
Di Lido Hotel. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, spi/itual leader of Beth David
Synagogue, officiated at the double
ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 S\V 30th
Road. Mr. Konner's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Kevah Konner. Pine-
brook, New Jersey.
The bride was attifed in an im-
purted French chantilly lace and
nylon tulle gown over ice blue taf-
feta featuring a fitted bodice, off-
.-houlder neckline and long sleeves
ending in a point at the wrists. The
full skirt ended in a sweeping
cathedral train. Her four-tiered il-
lusion veil fell from a tiarra of
paillets and pearls.
She carried a Bible covered with
white orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Miss Joan
Konner. sister of the groom Mrs.
Norton Bloom, sister-in-law of the
bride, was matron of honor. Both
w>re ice blue nylon tulle gowns
Mid carried a cascade of dyed-to-
matefa carnation* and roses
Bridesmaids were Miss Joan
Hablow and Miss Lynn LeVine. of
Miami, in ice blue nylon tulle
g wns and cascades of carnations
and roses Frank M Kobbin-. cou-
i the groom, was besl man
Ushers included Norton B Bloom.
brother of the bride, and Norman
Schneider, the bide- cousin.
The lormer Miss Bloom cradu-
aled from Miami Hi^h School,
lere h was president of Tri
Council. She attended the
University of Miami and pli
l':ii Sigma Sigma Sororitj there
- associated with her father
in the Royal Palm Sportswear
Mr Konner graduated from
i land Hii^h School.
New York City, and received the
- from Rutgers Univer-
hew he was a memiu r ol
Phi Epsiion Pi Fraternitj
rhe couple met when the groom
hen for hi- vacation a year
A reception and dinner follow
i the ceremony Among out-of-
ti wn guests wen Mr and Mr- i.
Feldekrin. Mr and Mr- At" Kron-
ield. Mr and Mrs. M Bloom. Mrs
Sadie Bloom. Mr- J. Jay. Mr- A
2erman and Mr. Cye Kronfeld.
Following a wedding trip to the
islands and Puerto Rico.
ouple will re-ide in Abi
Mrs. No/men Konner
Silvcrman, Ager
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mr- Jack Silverman, of
3200 Chase Avenue, announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Eleanor, to Ronald E Ager son of
Mr. and Mr- Drez Ager, 450 East
Di Lido Drive, at a cocktail party
in their home on March 6ih.
Miss Silverman was graduated
from the Packer Collegiate In-
finite Brooklyn, New York, and
senior at the University of
Miami She will receive her BA
di .: in Fel ru irj 1955 She is
member of Phi Sigma Sigma Soror-
ity, where she held the office of
treasurer and social chairman. She
a eta d i" the Women's Ri si
dence Council ol the I niver-ity of
Miami
Mr. Ager attended the University
of Illinois and received hi- BS de-
gree at the University of Miami.
He was I founding member ol Al-
pha Omega Chapter of Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity at the University
of Miami He i- a member of the
Mahi Shrine Temple and Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge At present, he i-
vice president of Ever-Dur Inc.
Miami.
The couple are planning a sum
mer wedding
Four Rabbis Unite
Jaffc, Schwartz
Temple Beth Jai Miami!
ne of the wed-
_ Sunday, March 7th, 6:30 p.m .
i i hai. V :.
i : Mr. and Mrs William Jaffe,
-. Ohio, a r. d Gi
S hwartz, son ol Mr
Harry N. Schwai York < !itj
rinter sue-;- at thi Gn
< Pancoast Hotel. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph Kahaneman, ol I-
i. el, Rabbi Dr. Leo Jung of New
Y Tk City, Rabbi Ralbag ol N *
York City, and Rabbi Most
cheloff. Beth Jacob spiritu
er. performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Schwartz received her de-
gree at the University at Chicago.
attended the Julliard School. New
Y >rk. and studied art under the
eminent artist Yasilicff.
The groom is a graduate of Ohio
State University. He recently re-
ceived hi- Masters degree at
George Washington University,
Washington. D.C., and is a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
H>' is at present associated with
his father in the import-export bus-
iness in New York City.
Miss Xewmark Weds
Air Force Lieutenant
Miss Miriam (Mimi) Ncwmark
and Lt Donald Edward Pullman,
USAF. were married Saturday in .
The Cottage of the Hampshire1
House, New York Dr. Juddah
Kahn performed the ceremony. The
bride i- known to Ring Theater go-
el- here.
A graduate of the University of.
Miami, -he appeared in produc- \
Uoiu of Hamlet. Romeo And|
Juliet. Happy Time. Curious Sav-'
Bge an I Finian's Rainbow. Given
Mrs. Howard S. Hortmili
Newberg, Horowitz
Exchange Vows
The Biscayne Terrace Hotel was
the site of the Sunday wedding of
Barbara Newberg and Howard S.
Horowitz Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated at the 6 30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs David Newberg, 3130 SW
18th Street, and was given in mar-
riage by her father Mr. Horowitz'
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Horowitz. 1535 Euclid Avenue."
Newly wed Mrs. Horowitz' chapel-
lenuth gown was fashioned of chan-
1111 > lace with flowing overskirt
raroAYjgABTH^
Shochet Kntertait
En Houte Homc
Mr and Mrs a Kinley .
Fred K. Shochet last ^k
Cheir home in Washingu?!
Shochet. who is publisher
Jewish Floridian and chains..
General Mobilization in th, ,,
Greater Miami Combined J
Appeal campaign, -topped off i
a brief visit with his ^
brother-in-law on his return'.
a trip to Israel.
Among those present at tl
ception were Rabbi and Mrs,
ris Sandhaus and son. Rabbi
haus is assistant to the 3
of Chaplain's Service of Vets
Administration in WashJajIti
Others included Rabbi and
A. A. Kellner. Rabbi
Green. Col. and Mr- Sholem 1
renze, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vi
M- and Mrs. I Shavick, Mn
orah Hart man. Miss
Shochet. Mr and Mrs. A
land. Dr. Btaabse Kurln
\nr\f She-hot and -on St.
and Mrs. S BkaJst.
Uabbi and Mr- Ilillel
Rabbi and Mrs H Kaufman
and Mrs. Harry Klavan. Mr.
Mrs. Sylvan Silverman and Sir
Mrs. Harold Goldfeder.
Earlier. Shochet was entofl
ed at a theater and cocktail I
in New York City bv Bob Fa
columnist for the BrooklynI
F^gle.
Purim Carnival at
opening in front to show three tulle ppfl, Sholom SlM tier-over satin. The bride s illusion _. _
veil was held by a veil-crown dec-
orated with seed pearls and paillet-
te- She carried a white orchid on
a Bible and lilies-of the-valley.
I Linda Newberg. sister of the
bride, was maid of honor Marilyn
Liclitcn-tem. cou-in of the bride,
and Kllye Hoyden were brides-
maids They wore matching bal-
lerina gown- ol strapless, gray ny-
The Annual Purim Carnhil 11
Beth Sholom Religious School I
take place on Sunday, March iaj,|
at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday School cla-ses havcbil
cancelled to make way forthtajl
event, which will include a J
tume parade. Mordecai toumamtj
games and contests
A special Purim lunch is'
prepared by the IT A. the Co
ating Committee of which, he
Ion tulle over pale pink taffeta.
Sander Wolcowitz. cousin of the! by Mrs. Samuel Oritt and Mrs
bridesgroom. was best man Acting ris Gidney. include- 'he M
as ushers were Alan Silbert and, Irving B. Kaplan. Ralph Cobb.
Jack Glicksman. fraternity broth-
er- of the bridegroom.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Augusta. Georgia, where
the bridegroom is stationed in the
Army.
Mrs. Donald t. Pullman
in marriage by her brother. Martin
Newmark. of Miami, she wore a
gown of white chantillery lace over
blush pink tulle and taffeta.
i
Seed pearl- and indescents trim-
med the portrait neckline, and fan
pleated tulle flounced under the
chantilly overskirt formed a train.
Tiny tulle leaves, trimmed with
pi aria and iridescent sequins, held
her fingertip veil of French illu-
sion.
The bride'.- attendant was Miss
Sally Singer, Of New Roche!le. New
York. Acting a- beat man WU Da
\ id Silver, .Jr
Following a -hort wedding tip.
the couple will live in the Far
Bast, where Lt Pullman l- >t.t
tioned He i- a Rutgers University
graduate, having received his com
mission as a pilot from Williams
Air Force Baa l handler. Arizona
'l Im the daughti r of Mn
Sidne) Newmark and the late Mr.
Newmark. L* Pullman parents ] Havana. Cuba, the couple will make
are Dr and Mi rd Pullman.'their home in Miami Beach.

Cohen, Schwartz will
Reside on Beach
The former Miss Lillian Cohen.! tional director of Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Irving B Kaplan i- pre:
liam Yanowitz. Sol S. Pine.
Balief. Gilbert Goldman and
Kronish.
Profits realized from the 0
val this year will be donated byi
pupils of the Religious School
the Temple's Building Fund for
purchase of an Eternal Light M
the new sanctuar> which is no*"
the process of being built,
Sydney J. Green hers is ed
daughter of Mrs. Bessie Cohen. 148
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach.
wai united in marriage to Sidney
Schwartz, of 246 NE 1-t Street.
Miami, in Congregation Beth Jacob
on Saturday evening, March 6th.
About 250 friends and relatives
witnessed the ceremony which was
performed by Rabbi Moses Messh-
! eloff.
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of the PTA.
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1954
+J*rist\tk>rklkn
PAGE 7 A
tgcr, Tager
cc Troth
h()llM<-
d Mrs. Jacob Krieger, of
Ivfrk Otv. announce the be-
G of their daughter, Suzanne.
old S. Tager.
T.gcr is the son of Mr. and
IcbX Tager. 5215 Pine Tree
|Ch, mi Beach. He b co-
iJTd partner of Florida
;n food Processors.
Krieger graduated from
hi ColWge where she maj-
I .rtThe belonged to Ph
i,'Vgnia and the Fine Arts
( Tager graduated from the
lersitv of Miami Law School
I a member of the Dade and
L to Associations. His clubs
! Pn. Epsilon Pi, Nu Beta Ep-
hd[n,lhei- affiliated with the
fc'ns and Elks.
-5^.
^W-
Miss Suzanne Krieger
truly Postol to
Mitzvah
Miff Rhona Johnston
I'M Students to
Wed in Summer
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnston,
of Wilmington. Delaware, an- J
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rhona. to Marvin B. Gu-
berman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Guberman. also of Wilmington.
Miss Johnston is a drama major
in her sophomore year at the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Her fiance is a senior in the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School. Upon
entering the University of Dela-
ware, where he spent two years in
undergraduate school, he joined
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and
served as vice president of the In-
ter-fraternity Council.
He was also business manager
of the University of Delaware's
weekly Review. He is a veteran of
the United States Army.
The wedding has been planned
for early summer.
I'.
I ills
lendv Phyllis Postol, daughter
felr. and Mrs Joseph Postol.
II East u.u Harbor Drue, will
Ibrate her Bas Mitzvah on Sat-
by morning. March 13th, at the
Inn Beach Jewish Center. Rab-
rving (.ehrman will officiate.
Jendy will he presented with a
le and Bas Mitzvah certificate
Uarjorie Friedland, a recent Bas
tuh celebrant who will be re-
al th.it time.
|n eighth gi......indent at Nau-
Junior High School. Wendy
fcnds the Religious School of the
kmi Beach Jewish Center.
Faxband to Meet
Ben-Gurion Branch. Farband,
will meet on Wednesday evening,
March 17th, 8 p.m., at Beth El Con-
gregation, according to Dr. Harry
H. Queen, president. A discussion
on Jews, Zionist and non-Zionist,
is slated.
Beth El Marks Purim
Annual Beth El Purim Festival
will be celebrated on Sunday.
March 14th. 8 p.m.. in the Dora
August Auditorium at 500 SW 17th
Avenue.
Mrs. Koretsky is Hostess
Mrs. Harry Koretsky. of 6145 La
Gorce Drive. Miami Beach, will be
hostess at her home for a games
party on Wednesday evening,
March 17th, 8 p.m. Proceeds are
for the Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Center in Israel
40
Rebekah Lodge Meeting
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9
will be hostess to District Deputy
Marian Fort in at her last meeting
for District No. 24 on Tuesday,
March 16th, 8 p.m.. in the Lyceum
Hall. 25 Washington Avenue.
Hadassah Purim Party
A Purim party will be given by
Hanna Senesch Group of Hadas-
sah at the Bancroft Hotel on Thurs
day. March 18th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Ray
Marquit is chairman and Mrs Sadie
Collegeman. co-chairman. Mrs. Wil-
liam Feuer is president.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mrs. Becky Siegelbaum. of
Brooklyn, New York, is house-
guesting at the home of her sister
and brother-in-law. the Sold Bud-
ners. Garden Avenue. Miami
Beach. During her stay, Mrs. Sieg-
elbaum will be guest of honor at
several dinner parties with Mrs.
Nat Bodenstein, of Woodhaven,
New York.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumen-
thal and children. Harvey and Sar-
ah, of Savannah, Georgia, have re-
turned home after spending the
winter here with Mrs. Blumenthal's
parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Ap-,
ril, 451 SW 30th Road.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rose, of 9009
Garland Avenue, Surfside, enter-
tained at a dinner party Tuesday'
night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Aaronson. of Cleveland, Ohio.
The Aaronsons are visiting with
Mrs. Aaronson's mother, Mrs. Lee
Alexander, at her Pennsylvania
Avenue home. They have with
them their son. Mitchell, and their
daughter, Cindy. Also entertain-
ing for the Aaronsons will be Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Weiss, who are
planning a dinner party for them
Friday night. Mrs. Aaronson and
Mrs. Weiss are sisters.
i: ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Manfred J. Berlin-
er, of 541 SW 24th Road, announce
the birth of their son. Frederic.
Mr. Berliner, a graduate of the
University of Miami aw School, is
a Miami Beach attorney.
\'r ft ft
Judge and Mrs. Louis Levinthal,
of Philadelphia, have spent the
past three weeks at the Sterling
Hotel, Miami Beach. The Judge
is president of the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America.
ft ft ft
Rabbi Abraham I. Feldbin and
his family are spending their va-
cation in Miami as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Willard H. Bender, 5861
SW 13th Terrace. West Miami.
Rabbi Feldbin is spiritual leader of
the Astoria Center of Israel in
Long Island. New York, and past
Kings County Chaplain of the JWV.
Bender is State Commander of the
Jewish War Veterans here.
ft ft ft
Samuel April has returned to his
classes at Yeshiva University. New
York, after visiting his parents.
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. 451
SW 30th Road, during the mid-
winter vacation.
ft -ft ft
Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, of 1755
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Doris Rosenberg. Toronto,
Canada, and an annual winter resi-
dent here, were honored Wednes-
day at a luncheon held in the Al-
giers Hotel. The occasion was a
Bon Voyage for Mrs. Davis and
Mrs. Rosenberg who are leaving for
Europe on April 2nd. Hostesses in-
cluded Mrs. Samuel Pollack. Mrs.
William Agranove and Mrs. .Saul
Rotenbe'rg. Earlier. Mrs. Davis was
honored'at a Friday Von Voyage
reception held in the home of Mrs.
Harry Saunders. 1535 West Av-
enue. Mrs. Davis is vice president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah.
ft -ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Ncedleman.
:>f Miami Beach, and Cantor and
Mrs. Philip H. Brummer, of Miami
Bars ten
Myron Joseph Katzoff, son of
Mrs. Annett Kendall Katzoff,
911 80th Street, Miami
Beach, became Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kro'nish officiat-
ed. A reception in the Bar
Mitzvah's honor followed at
the Biltmore Terrace. Among
out-of-town guests were Dr.
and Mrs. I. M. Fischer, of
Baltimore, Maryland, and
Mrs. Rebecca Katzoff, also of
Baltimore, the Bar Mitzvah's
grandmother.
Dr. Williams to Speak
At Academy Meeting
Dr. Alma Williams, Associate
Professor of Education at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will discuss the
development of reading habits in
the elementary school child at the
Hebrew Academy Room Mothers'
meeting on Tuesday. March 16th,
12:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kogan. chairman of the
group said that in conjunction with
the Purim holiday, the Adult He-
brew Academy Class will present a
humorous skit on the story of
Purim.
Also included on the agenda for
the afternoon is a report on the
Academy Library, to be rendered
by Mrs. Joseph Zemcl, chairman,
and the selection of a representa-
tive to the National Convention of
Day School PTA's, scheduled for
May 30th in Washington, D.C.
Participating in the Purim skit
will be the Mesdames Joseph Ze-
mel. Irwin Makovsky. Robert Rich,
George Simon, Abraham Margel,
Ida Wessel, Albert Naness and'
Abraham Steinberg. Mrs. Shoshana
Spector, instructor of the class will
supervise the program.
William Levitts to
Mark 50th Wedding
Anniversary Here
Mr. and Mrs. William Levitt. 76
years and 72 years of age. respec-
tively, are natives of Dayton, Ohio,
for the past 50 years. They have
been vacationing on Miami Beach
for 10 years and have been guests
at the Catalina Hotel for the past
three years.
Charles Goldberg, owner of the
Catalina Hotel, made a surprise
birthday party for Mr. Levitt on
his 76th birthday, which was cele-
brated by guests of the hotel,
friends and relatives on February j
18th.
Levitt has six children. 11 grand-
children and 3 great grandchildren.
All are natives of Dayton, Ohio.
Levitt was in tho junk and coal!
business with his son in law. Ike
Kaplan, for 35 years and has been
retired for the past eight years.
The Levitts will celebrate their
golden wedding anniversary in
August. He has been a member of
B'nai B'rith for the past 35 years,
Beth Jacob Synagogue for 50 years,
and the BAU Synagogue for the
past 30 years. Their daughter and
son-in-law, the Ike Kaplans, are
vacationing here with them now.
Choral Groups Formed
Two choral groups have been or-
ganized by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center as a result
of the interest shown by members
of the Jewish Festival Chorus,
which recently presented a concert
in Flamingo Park. The groups will
be meeting under the direction of
Robert Strassburg on Monday
nights at the Centers Town Branch
and on Thursday nights at the
Beach Branch, both at 8 p.m.
Wendy Pcs.'oJ
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The Miami Beach Division of the j Beach. Jewish Center, will welcome
Greater Miami Section, National \ [)r and Mrs. Sheldon Swift, New
Council of Jewish Women, will | York, and their two baby sons dur
hold last meeting in a current psy- jng the week of
Hebrew School to Meet
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold a regular meet-
ing on Wednesday evening, March !
17th, 8 p.m.. it has been announced
by H. M. Drewich. president.
Rabbi Malavsky Speaks
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spir-
itual leader of the Israelite Cen-
ter, will speak over WGBS on
Tuesday. March 16th, 10:15 p.m..
on the Rabbinical Hour.
Ban
Robert Z. Benach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Benach, 1150
100th Street. Bay Harbor Is-
lands, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning,
March 13th, 10:45 a.m.. at
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Robert, a student at Beth
Sholom Religious School, is
in the seventh grade of Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
chological Discussion Croup series.
The Psychology Of Women, on
Thursday, March 18th. at 8 p.m.. at
the Delano Hotel. Guest speaker
wilj be Dr. Norman Shulak. psycho-
analyst. He will speak on: Living
For Your Life.
AUGUST EPOS
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Brahms Book Review
Prof. Edward Clarke, of the fac-
ulty of the University of Miami.
will be guest speaker on Saturday
afternoon. 3:30 p.m., at the Spin
o/a Outdoor Forum, on the lawn
of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 11th Street an* Ocejan Court,
Miami Beach. Clarke will review
the book. Brahms, His Life And
Work. Charles H. Lee will pre-
side.
March 15th. Dr.
Swift will attend the 1954 Medical
Convention here while on the brief
vacation. He is a son of Chief Rabbi
and Mrs Harris Swift, of Natal
Province. Durban. South Africa.
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Kolman Luria. of 4575 Post Av-
enue, was host for two weeks to
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob J Luria, of New
Haven, Connecticut. Also spending
one and two-week vacations with
him were his children Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney Luria, Bridgeport, Connec
ticut. and Dr. and Mrs. Phelps
Luria. Far Rockaway. Long Island.
New York. Presently visiting here
are hjs son and daughter-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Luria, of Ansonia,
Connecticut.
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B'nai B nth Youth Will Mark Purim
Over twenty chapters of the
B'nai. B'rith Youth Organization,
with a membership of 600 teen ag-
ers, will participate in a Purim
carnival at the Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, all day Sunday. M;>rch 21st,
it was announced by Joan Siegel,
president of the BBYO Council
. hich will sponsor the event.
Carnival booths manned by chap-
ter members will be decorated and
sion accorf.ing to Joan Bierman.
in harn. v with the holiday occa-
ihaliman ot I he committee work-
;ng on this phast ot the program
Climax of the festivities will
come at the evening dance which
is being planned by the social com
mittee chaired by Debbie Kamm. A
carnival prince and princess will
ha selected from entries chosen by
the various chapters and .. carnival
queen will be selected.
Judges for the contest will be
Milton A. Friedman, national
BBYO commissioner; Mrs. A Frank
\VYIlin-. District No 5 BBYO chair-
man lor Women- B'nai B'rith chap
terv Junes l.r\rii- ami BBYO chairman: Mrs. Rae
Hoffman, president of the South
Florida Women's Council; and A. J.
Kaplan, president of the Council.
special honors will go to Mrs.
\\ eim. for her efforts in behalf
of the youth organization for the
past three years. An outstanding
personality of show business will
be on hand to make an appearance
according to Joan Gallant, chair-
man for the entire Purim celebra-
tion.
Physicians* Wives M#*t
The Physicians' Wives' ciuh I
Greater Miami held its "
meeting at the home of Mrs Ed.
ward Gamse. 3031 South MiJIni
Avenue. Miami. Principal speaker
of the evening was Dr. StanU
Frehling. who led a discussion 0, |
the subject of cancer.
Israel's southland-the Negev thirsts
for water and for people. It waits for set-
tlers, for manpower to dig its mineral
wealth and grow food in its potentially rich
soil, food that will end Israel's shortages.
Now Israel calls for an end to waiting, an
end to the Negev's long and fruitless slum-
ber. It is a clear call that you can help answer
through the United Jewish Appeal.
A great new plan has been blueprinted.
It combines ancient wisdom, modern scien-
tific skill and the vision of democracy.
The plan: to change the course of the
Yarkon River now flowing to the sea at Tel"
Aviv and divert it southward to the Negev.
Give more in 1954
Think of what this could mean: A giant
pipeline transforming now dead land into
green fertility. Settlers by the thousands,
leaving the squalor of the immigration camp
to live with pride and independence on the
verdant soil. Food to feed a nation, homes,
schools, and youngsters with a future.
Here, too, the endangered and oppressed
from other lands could be absorbed by the
tens of thousands.
Imagine the power that lies in your hands,
the power to change the course of a river]
and the course of human lives. So give to the
United Jewish Appeal through your local
campaign. Give more than ever before
today.
United Jewish Appeal
must meet great needs totalling $119,921,150
on behalf of:
j United Israel Appeal Joint Distribution Committee United Service for New A I
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1954
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Coral Gables Area Slates Breakfast
Socials; Shochet to Address Affairs
Thri.c prominent Coral Gables
Hvic leaders will play host to their
friends and neighbors at a social
"breakfast in behalf of the Com-
hined J<'ish Appeal on Sunday,
h 14th. at 10:30 a.m.
'Announcement of the novel
vents was made by Stanley C.
u.ers Coral Gables area chairman
;/ the combined Jewish Appeal
General Mobilization.
Breakfasts will be held simul-
taneouslv at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs Max W. Temchin, 4850 Bilt-
hr Drive; Mr. and Mrs. E. Her-
man Fisher, 4114 Anderson Road;
aml Mr and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin.
1819 Ferdinand Street, Coral Gab-
les
General Mobilization chairman
Fred K. Shochet, who returned
from a tour of Israel early this
week will make personal appear-
ances at all three affairs to bring
an eye witness account of the trip.
Shochet was the guest of the Israel
government and accompanied five
publishers of English-Jewish news-
papers in the United States.
The social affairs mark a de-
parture in community campaign-
ins in behalf of CJA, it was ex-
plained by Myers. Maximum par-
ticipation in special gifts functions
was the goal f the breakfast pro-
ject-, with Business Men's Council
events following general solicita-
tion in the door-to-door effort clos-
ing the Coral Gables campaign.
Goal Ol all General Mobilization
arc.i> nan' municipalities includ-
ed is SiM.106.
We are confident that the
breakfast-socials being tried for
the first time in a community drive
will prove successful," said Aaron
M. Kanner, general campaign
chairman. "It provides a splendid
means of unifying the men and
women of small communities into
dynamic forces for good and for
the strengthening of Jewish life
everywhere."
* -W<
Miller
Miller to Enter
Medical Svhoot
Daniel Miller, a junior at the
University of Miami, will enter
Washington University School of
Medicine in St. Louis, in September.
1954. He is the son of Mrs. Belle
Miller and the
late Bertram Mil- j
ler, 5493 North
Bay Road, Miami
Beach.
Miller came
here with hit
family from Chi
cago at the ag
of 10. While at
tending school
he worked as s
p a p er delivery
boy. He was con-
firmed at Temple
Beth Sholom and graduated from
the Miami Beach Jewish Center Re-
ligious School.
At 14. Miller was one of the or-
ganizers and the first president of
the Chaim Weitzman Group of
Young Judaea. The National Youth
Commission choe him as one of
the Chevra. Upon being graduated
from Miami Beach High School, he
was awarded the Kiwanis Trophy
for service to his school and also
a two-year scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami from the Ex-
change Club. The U of M gave him
the Dade County Scholarship for
two more years.
Daniel is a student assistant in-
structor at the university. He was
elected president of the German
Honorary Delta Phi Alpha and is a
members of the Zoology Honorary,
Beta Beta Beta. He belongs to the
pre-med honorary. Alpha Epsilon
Delta. He was recently awarded a
scholarship key by the University
chairman Daniel M. Broad has an- j for ^ onc of the sllK,ents with
Bounced that Mayor Harold Sha- he hj hest de average of the
piro. of Miami Beach, Rabbi Irv-1 f
int Lehrman, spiritual leader of'* "____________________
Miami Beach Jewish Center, and jj **
Mrs jack Brass, Israel war hero, j Dr. Simon to Address
"ill all appear on the program of
Apartment Group
Schedules Brunch
Outstanding personalities in the
fields of government, religion and
world affairs have been named
principal speakers at the annual
Combined Jewish Appeal Apart-'
ment House brunch to be held Sun-
day. March 14th. 10:30 a.m., in the
Algiers Hotel.
Apartment House Division
Miomions to be Cited at
NCCJ Dinner Monday Evening
Many Miami residents will be
a part of the near-capacity audi-
ence expected for the Brotherhood
Dinner at the DiLido Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Monday night, March
15th.
Three eminent Americans. Dr. j
Frank P. Graham, United Nation-
als Mediator between India and
Pakistan, Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
president of Brandeis University.
and James H. Twohy, national
Catholic vice chairman, National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
will speak.
Three Miami area citizens, John
B. Turner, Leonard Usina and Carl
Weinkle. are scheduled to receive
awards for distinguished service.
Dan J. Mahoney, chairman, Sam
Blank, J. N. McArthur and Dick
Roberts head a dinner committee
which forecasts the outstanding
NCCJ occasion held here.
Reservations may still be made
through the NCCJ office, 323 Calu-
met Building, Miami.
^*
Dr. Efres to Address
Living Book Series
Dr. Israel Efros, noted scholar
and lecturer, will speak at the Mi-
ami Boach Jewish Center Monday
night in the third of The Living
Book Series. The lecture-discussion
will be directed by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. spiritual leader of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, which
is sponsoring the series in conjunc-
tion with the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Noted for his creative poetry. Dr.
Efros has served as Professor of
Hebrew at Hunter College in New
York City and at Dropsie College
in Philadelphia since 1941. Award
ed the La Med poetry prize in 1941.
Dr. Effos' latest work is Timon of
Athens, published in 1953.
His writings include The Prob-
lem of Space in Jewish Mediaval
Philosophy, The Bloody Jest. Philo-
sophical Terms in the Moreh Nebu-
kim, Shirim. Zahav and many
others including a Hebrew transla-
tion of Hamlet.
Dr. Efros was visiting professor
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America. 1937-39, and served
as Professor of Semitics at the Uni-
versity of Buffalo from 1928 until
1940. He was dean of Baltimore
Hebrew College from 1917 until
1928.
Born in Ostrog. Poland in 1890,
he received his BA and MA degrees
from New York University and his
PhD in 1915 from Columbia Uni-
versity.
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the tnnlitinn.il breakfast event.
. More Hum 1.500 manager.-., own-
ers and lessees of apartment hous-
es throughout Dade County have
been invited to attend the affair)
which annually attracts a record
audience
Brass is the Public Relations Of-
ficer of the Hebrew I'niversity in
Jerusalem and a veteran of Israel's
War ol Independence.
During World War II, he di-
rected the first Jewish Blitz Hos-
tels. hnh eared for children of
bombed out homes in war ravaged
London This project, the first of
Its kind m the country, ultimately
cared for thousands of homeless
victims.
In Israel's War of Independence
against five invading Arab armies,
Mass took an active part in the
Haganah. serving on the Haganah
intelligence crps where he attain
e" the rank of Captain.-
Alfred Lesser, president of the
Miami Beach Apartment House As-
sociation, has extended an invita-
>on to all members of the Associa-
"" ,t0 attend the brunch in the
wjeherazade Room of the Algiers
Hotel on Sunday.
Collins Names Miami
Campaign Manager
I)ade County headquarters for
"Roy Collins, candidate for gover-
lfru "' h<'0n opened in Miami at
W4 Biscayne Boulevard, accord-
"K to Harold Vann, chairman in
" county for Collins.
He named David Eldredge, bus-
inessman and former football star,
as headquarters manager. He said
" official ceremonial opening will.
w announced later.
pi'rvin Open, as Miami Beach
11 KpaiKn '^airman, has establish-
ed R,amh,ncad(lurters for Collins
i- Washington Avenue, and
\_ 7ht Street and Indian Creek
Der Yiddisher Forum
Dr. Shlome Simon, of New York.
writer and educator, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of Der Yid-
disher Forum on Saturday evening,
March 13th, 8:30 p.m., at Knesseth
Israel Congregation. Dr. Simon
will discuss problems of the Jew-
ish community. The meeting is a
weekly function of the Greater Mi-
ami YIVO Committee.
"Friendship Dance** Due
A "friendship dance" will be
sponsored by the Adult Social
Group of the Greater Miami JeW-
ish Community Center on Satur
day, March 13th. 8:30 p.m., at 450
SW 16th Avenue.
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lintdeu Building
is Opened Here
Downtown Miami's newest office
skyscraper, the three million dollar
Ainsley Building opened Sunday
with approximately 10,000 persons
on hand to help dedicate the struc-
ture.
Visitors toured the building and
joined in a buffet refreshments
table on the 15th floor penthouse.
Herman Greenfeld. president of
Ainsley Realty Co.. the building's
owner, expressed his gratitude for
the welcome the public gave the
building.
United States Senator from Flor-
ida George Smathers. Miami Mayor
Abe Aronovitz and city and county
commissioners assisted with the de-
dication ceremony in front of the
First Avenue Lobby entrance at 2
p.m.
The building is entirely air-con-
ditioned. Its windows are sealed
into aluminum frames, keeping the
interior airtight. Three electronic
ally controlled elevators, designed
by the Otis Elevator Co.. took pas-
sengers up and down, demonstrat
the latest in elevator developments
no operator--
On the fifteenth floor visitors
craned their necks, getting one of
the best views of the city to be
found. The penthouse, glass-walled,
will soon be a businessmen's lunch
eon club and cocktail lounge.
The building features cast con
crete balconies on the south side
that completely shade offices from
tiirect sunlight 10 months out of
the year.
The little sunlight that enters
directly during those two winter
months has been already deprived
of 50 per cent of its heat by the
window glassSolex.
This glass, employed through-
out, admits about 75 percent of
the sun's light, while cutting much
of the heat out of the sun's rays,
making offices not only more com-
fortable, but reducing the load on
air-conditioning equipment.
Offices on the east and west
rides include panoramic windows
that extend from ceiling to floor
and wall to wall.
Greenfeld gave Architect Morris
Lapidus. of New York and Miami
Beach, credit in employing ad-
vanced design for the building,
while Leo Kornblath. a close asso-
ciate of Lapidus. returned plaudits
The Miami Beach firm of Oboler
and Clarke were engineers for the
building, while Robert L. Turchin
Inc. of Miami was contractor.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. I670S6
i.i ill- 11ITL.IN, I'la'ntiff.
REBECCA <:i Il-IN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I-, i ICKRKCCA OITI.IN
Ri l. ii liiknown .....
1 herelt) notified thai -ill
, .,u,i for Divorce hai been
riled aanlnal you, and you are .....uli -
. ., op\ of ) our Ali-wM Of
Plead ii- i" ih.- Hill ol Complaint on
I hi i.i. n: ff* Attorney, BBS KSSI..V
s3 Ke\bol and file the original Anawer ." Plead-
inu i i office ( the Clerk ol the
,-,,, ,i Court on or In-fore thi' 1-tn
iai ol April. IM*. If >"" '" '" ''"
~.i judaiiK-iii b\ default will be taken
agalnat you f"i the relief demanoad
in th.- Bill of Complaint.
Thla notice hall be puldiahcd once
.i,ii vreek for four conaecutlva weeka
in THE JBWI8H Kl.nKlI'lAN
[MNE AM' oRI>ERETl at Miami.
Florida, tin- 1th daj ( March, A.l>.
E. H I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I iade County, Florida
By WM. W STOCK I NO,
icircuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
: |J 19-26 i -
NOTICE BY PUBLtcTr"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT r
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL liar
FLORIDA in >X5 fob
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV n D'
P SUIT FOR Divorce '"U51
To FORREST II KtMNTKPi-
Whaleyvllle. Virginia fc
You are hi rebs n / i ik,
of Complaint f.'., n :.."!;'
fil.d HKiunM you, '??
quired lo aerve a niin ,,{ \,,r*.' '* I
or Plaadlnn to n. ,:.,, ,;, ,^;>r
..n lh, plaintiff,. Attorney Wj-fe
LEVINE, 111 N W i.,), yei'"J?
ami, i-i..no,,, and u. ,h': ', *
the Clerk or the ("Ii
before the ISth da; i v,n "n "J
you full lo do Bo, in.In'iii-iii l j
fault ,n be taken aaalti
the leiief demanded n tii.- t-i-i .i
i 'omplalm
fhli notice ihall he |itibllad ,
each week for four ion ., i|ly, .,
In THK JEWISH FLuRIUIAN
DUMB AND ORDEREB it y
FVuida, thia .'.th da) ol Mnrck A
K. B. LEATHERMAa
Clerk, i'ii. lit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) WM. w STiM-KiV;
(Circuit Court Seal) lifiuty (V*l
DAVID L-KVINE
Attornaj for Plaintiff
l'.'.l N.W. 12th Am-. Mi.imi, K|.irH,
:i IS-19-M i I
I.
DR. HARRY BLANK
.nt.-i \ laltor fi" ii Sea lork
. iilln^ .ii '." SW 8th Court, died
.. \i iri h '.tli. I" chat R< of local ar-
i.uiu.n "t .i- Oordon Funeral
s. i \.. and Intel ment art
in Ne York
.....
M..1.
|iat
Its
JEANETTE KLEIN
f its N\v 3rd Street, died on
h 'th. She had lived hen for the
II year a,......iiit from Xe York
Kin irvlved bj her huaband,
l ; Id, and .i ater, Ml Cecelia Po-
lls, ... Brooklyn, Sew Tork. Serv-
ice* w-er< Sundi y in the Miami Chattel
..f Oardon'i Funeral Home Burial
;,. .,i Mount Sinai Cemetery.
IS,
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Sfl u
Mia
.hi.I
FREIDA ETTINOER
it I'm x laird Street, died Mart li
sii^ i -nn Ii eii ii> her ii laband,
. ., dauchter, Mm, Corrlne smith,
i d le brother, H-nry Sllverman;
., -i.i. Mra. Lillian Km. man.
New York. Also surviving l ..
hild. Service* and Interment areea
in N.w Y..rk. with Qordon'i Kunernl
Home in hat (< of local at rantrement*
Schwartz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
lo the memory of the late Jacob
Schwartz, formerly of 340 \V. 46th
St.. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. March 14th, 2 p.m.. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. He is survived
by his wife. Kate, a son. Ira. and a
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Foss. Mr.
Schwartz was a member of the Ma-
gonic Lodge. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
SARAH MEBEL
..- ..i Til ISth St.....t. Miami Beach,
hi. i aainday, sh.- came from Sea
fork n yean ago. She leave* her
huaband, Edward; three aona, Robert,
Arthur and Fredrick; and a dauch-
i M \jn ...... Rollln*, all "f Ne
Tork Service* and interment were
in Sew v..ik. with Miami Beach Rlv-
. i *|di in i halve ol lot .! .. 11 m;i -
menta.
SADIE WEISSMAN
88, ..i r.n sw imii Terrace, paaaed
away on March Mil in :i local hoapltal.
Khe I* urvlved b> hei huawnd, .!..-
eph; two sons. Martin and El ll.....
daughter*, R Bochnet Blrtle Wla-
otaky and Clertrudi Klein, eleven .-hil-
dren and one ereat grandchild Serv-
ice* were on Tuesday The Miami
R reralde, with Intermenl in Mount
Nebo Cemetery,
JOSEPH SALPER
71. ol : .'i Euclid Avenue, Miami
.i ^^ .1 I .ll .1 local '
home Saturdaj afternoon altei an ill-
ti... ..t two month*, Mi' wa* a reel-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No 1S7112
JOSE A. HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff,
VI
c" \NDELARIA HERNANDEZ,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in t'ANDELARIA HERNANDEZ
s.3!* E. Jarrlaon street
Bellflower, California
You ate required to serve a copy
..f your Answer to the Bill of <\im-
i.laint f..r Divorce on the plaintiff*
attorney, STANLEY JOEL I.EVINE.
B8Q.. ISO Lincoln Road. Miami Reach,
Finr da, and file the orleinal in the
Office of the Clark of the Circuit
Court on oi before the llth day of
April, 1*"'4. In default Ol which, a de-
cree pro c..nf,..<> may be entered
acainst you.
HATED tins loth day nf March. 1834.
K B I.EATHERMAN,
Clark of the circuit Coiurl
nada County, Florida
Bj R II RICE. JR.
i*eal> Deputy clerk
:i.l?-IS-i 4 l'____________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
III lie: ESTATE Of
SAMUEL S BILVERMAN,
1 >eceu se To All Creditor* and All Peraona ii.v-
inr claims or Demand* Aftalnat Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demand* which ><>u .r
either of you. may have again*! the
estate of MA Ml El. 8. BILVERMAN.
deceased late ol Dade County, Klor-
tda, to the Honorable County .ludae*
of Dade County, and file the name
In their office* in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
'mht calendar month* from the data
..f th.- first publication hereof Said
i laima ..i demand* to contain the legal
addrea* of the claimant and to be
sworn to and prevented a- aforeaaM
or -am. m be bai red.
Date March 10, A I' l'.'.l
BARA SILVERMAN,
A* Ida nistral i of th.-
Eatati ..1
BAMl'EL s BILVERMAN,
11... .., -,..|
M\ ERK, IIKIM \N ,y KAPLAN
Attorney* f... Admlnlatratrtai
Sta Seybold I'.t.ic Miami, Florida
I It-IS-M i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167087
LOIS BERLIN, Plaintiff
\ -
SMI. A BERLIN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO SAIL A BERLIN,
in," Huston Street, Apt, A.
Bherman Oaks. California
You are hereby notified that a Hill
i.< Complaint for DHorce has l..en
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copi of your Answer or
Pleading to the Dili of Complaint on
Hi.- plaintiff* Attorney. HEN ESSEN,
B21 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the offl,.....f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the llth
dav of April, lS'-t If you fail to do
*<>." judgment by default will lie taken
agaltiat you for the relief demanded
ill the Bill "f Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this .Ith day of March. A.D.
1954,
E. R. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, norlda
By M. c GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3 IS-1S-M i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DAK
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CHANCERY No 166M6
JOE M. ALVAREZ Plaintiff,
v*.
MILDRED L. DAVIS. I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO MILDRED I. DAVIS
Residence uuki
Yul" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED!
file your Answei to Ihi BUI of Ca-
plaint for Korecl.. .: un 'h*ud
Mortgage encunili. i .....n.ilty |e
catad in that certain idace ..I
n.-.s known as p.ia Ita.l". :.. M I
at 111 SW ITtli \>. : Mm KW. I
Ida. with the clerk ..I th.- Cirtat |
Couit I" and fot Dade t'oUBty. FI*.
ida, and aarve I th.u..fu*|
KKSSLBR t, OARS. AttorneyitV
Plaintiff, IT*-" \Y. R.ikIi
Miami, Florida, on "i before Ike
day of April. lH'-i. else ......ipWlt
in- taken a* confess* I
lMteil: March 4. W>*
E. it. I.EATHERMAJI,
Clerk ..i .It t"0'Jtt
Bj M i M'.KKN,
(Circuit Court Seali lieputyllrt]
J/12-1-:S 4/
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30215-A
RE; ESTATE of
SADIE FRIEDMAN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR- FINAL,
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebv given that I have
filed tii\ final report and petition for
Kuril Discharge a* Administrator of
the eatati nf SADIE ""RIEDMAN, de-
ceaaed and that i>n the Itlth day of
/April, l'c.t. I will aiu.lv to the Honor-
able w F llanton and or PRANK
R DOWLINO. County Judge, of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of *ald
final r. poit and for final discharge as
Kin i 1st ator of the Estate of SADIE
FRIEDMAN, deceased.
Thbj tth dav of March. ItM
B M MACHTEI,
Administrator
ROSENHOI'SR A.- Rosen Hoc SK
iev for Administrator
li-ll olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida
1 U'-ii.-i'i; i I
Kutcher Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
In the memory of the late William
Kutcher, formerly of 2946 SW 24th
Terrace, will take place Sunday,
March 14th, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery with Ran
bi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr.
Kutcher is survived by a daughter.
Mrs. Sarah Lewis and three sons.
Joe. of Miami, and Harry and Sam-
uel, of New York, also three grand
children. f Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Kay Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lillian
Kay. formerly of 320 NW 29th
Street, will take place Sunday,
March 14th at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Samuel Mach-
tei officiating. Mrs. Kay is survived
by her mother. Gussie Fischer of
Brooklyn; two daughters, Mrs. Jer-
ry Braz and Mrs. Ben Drucker, both
of Miami; four sisters and two
brothers. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
CINEMA
1235 WASHINGTON
Opens 1:45
AVENUE
PHONE 5-6202
Show Time 3:30; 9:20
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Michel Rosenbe
presents
MIAMI BEACH'S BIGGEST STAGE and SCREEN SHOW
THE AMERICAN JEWISH REVUE
with
THE GEATEST HUMORIST AMD STORY TEllER
HY SANDZ
JEWISH TROUBADOUR
BERNIE SLOANE
THE RHYTHMIC
CARROL SISTERS
PIUS ALL STAR CAST
On Screen...
Cesf ef Theusane-i
'Queen of Sheba
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32300 B
I" R( I'ST \TK I >K
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I 'nd .... ii <.f \..ii. .i herein
and required lo nreeenl env
and demand! which you. or
ul vou. nun have valnx! the
' \i \TTli: JACKSON de-
late of [lade Oountt Florida,
'.. Ho- H.ii i'.'iiiu .In.in.- ..i Dade
..".I rile the name In th-lr
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL ORCUITOf
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOC ]
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No IM,
KOHAI.YN" NEWMAN, I'l.untif
OEoKtik r. nkwmw. Defaaaaal
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OBOBOB K. NKW.MAN
c/o Pandell. SSI Mil >t
Naw York. Sew York
You arc haraby notified that a I
of Complaint for Divorce hi- *
fll.d a*aln*t vol. and >oa .ir re*>
d to aerve a oooj ol ...ur Anmfl
rl'.uiiiiK to th" BUI nf r.iiivMuta
tho plHlntlffH Alt..in. >, I'AVI|il*l
VINES, 123 N W l-tli Ave., MUa.1
Florida, and flic th.- "liKlnKl *?J
lli.i.llna; In ihf office ..f lb'*']
of the Clreult I'ouil on or hfnrt Ml
I Tth day of April, r.-i If yea MB
do no. Judanu-.it b> default "I
laken aaalnxt you for the rr'l-f
iniin.l.d In the Hill of r..iii|iUmt.
Thi* notice >h*ll he l>ubl
each week for four ronecut|w.*
i THE .IKWISH H.oRiniAV
lio.VK VN"I> ORDKRKI) ..t MW}
Florid;!, thi* ith da> of Ml rl >"
B LEATHERMA*
Clerk, Circuit Coort,
IMde fount). H
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Court Beali DepaU
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131 \ \v Itttt Ave., M ami, M"
Attorney for riainliff
3 I2-I*-M I :' j
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NoTlf'K IK IIKHKItT CSIVRN lht
the underalaned. dealrlna lo engage In
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Jt '.. Wm| Flagler Street, Miami,
inI.. Int.-nd* to i-egl.ter al.| name
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt ,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUJT5
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OgM
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. a*. I
BBTTT at L*W1S I'l.nntlff.
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UY. MARgHj21_19M_
Jewish fhrkUnn
PAGE IIA
leach Center PTA
ntata; Students
rndt,r the Buspicw of its Parent
," r ^ssoctation, the Religious
'Li of .I- Miami Beach Jewish
P.nter will Present a cantata en-
;,,,,, what 1< Torah. on Sunday
iming. March 14,h. 11 a^m.. ac
rftog to Mrs. Benjamin Greene,
r\ president.
parted by Mrs. Oershon Miller.
.enlcr dramatics instructor., and
j.....;,h Schreibman, music director,
, rint;it:i "ill include the entire
ludcn. body of the Relig.ous
JiooL
pt\ members planning the mu-
pageant are the Mesdames
..,,, Cohen, general chairman
LnB-ok-pan. Joel Newman and
taphael Yuncs. costume ctakmen;
dear (Iro.nberjj. Marcia KatZ and
:,,uric,. Leichtmen, ticket chair-
;n; and Samuel Lurie. scenery.
proceeds from the sale of tickets
narents and visitors will boused
tr ,hl. benefit of the Religious
'hool.
Featured in the leads of What
t.Torah \u!l !: narrators Alan
lorenstein. Dorothy Bauman. June
arber <<" Fishbein, Virginia
nrdon. Eileen Nash, Michael
lugan. Harvej Slu.piro and Ruth
,,.,,.,; solos Alan Boren-
|ein Michai I Peyton, Michael
nd Susan Talianoff: chor-
IS j0 \nn Abrahams, Sandra
,geloff, Elaine Brenner. Regina
rummer, Etas ilind Caskill, Denisfi
;hen. R.....Cohen. Lillian Doshay,
hmc F;n!" r, Vnne Fishbein, l.in'da
tiedman, Martin Gallant, Bonnie
loldberg, Sandra Comer. Alison
.,.,,, Dawn Grossman, Sydney
ruber, Fr h Haber.
Hadelyn Kumble. June Levine.
,'lrionnr Miller Marilyn Murav-
hick. Harriette Neuwirth, Harriet
lewman. Michael Peyton Risa Rif-
jin, Roberta Rubin, Joan Ruby,
tevue Planned by
Jeth Sholom Women
Plans have been completed, and
lickots are ready for the presenU-.
lion by Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
lerhood of its Sister Musical Re-
?ue on Wednesday evening, March
f\-\ 8:30 p.m.. at Miami Beach Sen-
or High School, according to an
innouncement by Mrs. Bert S.
flee, president.
Mrs. Aaron Farr is over-all chair-
nan of the event. Co-chairman is
Mrs. Samuel Falick. Tickets are
Available to the general public
Ihrough Mrs Ben Sabin and Mrs.
Paul Herman, co-chairmen of
I'cket sales Patron tickets are be-
ing handled by Mrs. Alexander Ko-
fcan. Mrs Louis B. Stoff and Mrs.
Irving Bachrach,
I The revue has been written and
is being produced by Sisterhood
nember Trixie Levin. The cast con-
pis of Sisterhood members, but
fcir standards are professional, ex-
plained Mrs Farr in announcing
|the affair The choreography is
eing supervised by Gaylene Dance
-Htudios. Properties are in the
hands of Mrs Max Applebaum, and
Mother' Camille Baum is super-
vising the group sewing the cos-
Ittmes."
All proceeds will go towards the
gupport of Beth Sholom's Religious
school, which is the Sisterhood's
major responsibility.
Schedules Torah
to Participate
Marcia Savransky, Barbara School
feld, Linda Schoenfeld, Merri
Trent, Cornelia Turk, Barbara Tu
off, Jacqueline White. Carol
Wiesen. Sheila Wyle and Shell
Zemmel; tableaux scenes Belt.
Rcrman, Lois Blumberg. Sandr
Broad, Joel Cohen, Marcia Coher
Joyce Forrest, Sonia Glasser, A;
lene Greer. Russel Herman. Juliu
Kurschenbaum, Marilyn Khinmar
Jane Kuchlik, Charles Kahn, Rol
ert Mandel, Charles Popoff, Myrn
Samuel, Susan Scher, Susa
Schwartz, Janice Weinman an
Frayda Zlotshever.
G/oier
I 7.1 X to Honor
4iabo Hiazer
Gabe Glazer. national preside!
of the Intercollegiate Zionist Fee
eration of America, will be honoi
ed by the University of Mian
Chapter at a Weekend Instituti
March 12th through 14th. in Jun
ior's Lodge, Hol-
yvvood, Florida.
Glazer is com-
ig to Miami as
art of his State
f the Union trip,
isiting 1 Z F A
hapters all over
he country. He
egan his cam-
us Zionist ef-
orts in I'M!) RSI
a charter mem
ber ot the McGill
University IZI-'A
chapter. He became chapter presi-
dent in 1950 and president of the
Canadian National Begion in 1952
when it was constituted.
Outside of 1ZFA activities. Glaz-
er was active generally on th<
pus. He founded the McGilM bar-
ter of the United World Federal-
ists and was its first president. In
June. 1952. he was elected to
IZFA's Central Executive Commit
tee
In June. 1953. IZFA's eighth na
tional convention unanimously
elected him national president.
Hebrew School Slates
Annual Purim Ball
Ninth''annual Purim Ball of the
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation will be held Sunday eve-
ning. March 14th, at the Electri-
cians Hall, 1659 NW 17th Avenue.
Dave Kleber. vice president, is
chairman. Featured entertainment
will be Mannie Gates and his or-
chestra and an entertainment card
headed by Milt Ross.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments is Sam D. Winn, Mrs. Ed-
ward L. Becker, Isaac Goldman,
Mrs. Nat Coulton. Mrs. Michael
Blank. Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff and
Mrs. Robert Schweitzer.
L-r. Huth Gruber, veteran foreign correspondent with the New York Herald-Tribune, told Food
Division leaders that the Combined Jewish Appeal gives renewed strength to struggling Is-
rael and to 54 health and welfare institutions throughout the US and Greater Miami. Shown
with the prominent author and world traveler are_(left to riqht) Louis Josephson, chairman
Aaron M. Kanner. Aaron Weinkle and Trades chairman Sam J. Heiman.
Beth David PTA to
Sponsor Carnival
Sunday. March 14th. will witness
the annual Beth David Religious
School Purim carnival.
Highlight of the morning will
feature a dramatic and choral pros
entntion by students and dramatic
groups under the co-direction of
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag and Miss
Sylvia lUIgraffl,
A cast of over 50 children will
participate. Prizes will be awarded
during the annual costume parade.
Aiternoon activities will be de-
voted to games, rides and refresh-
ments. The program is under the
sponsorship of the Beth David PTA.
Students to Perform
Religious School students of
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center will perform a Purim
program on Sunday morning at 10
a.m.
New Division in Fund Drive Revealed
William Edelstein, Miami insur
ance man. has been appointed
chairman of a new Trade Division
in the Combined Jewish Appeal,
it has been announced by Sam J.
Heiman. Business and Professional
Division chairman.
The new Office Building Divi-
sion will aim at complete coverage
of all prospects in downtown Miami
office buildings to guarantee full
participation by businessmen in
the annual drive for funds.
"Our office building corps will
contact prospects who are too busy-
to attend luncheons and campaign '
I events due to the pressure of sea-
sonal activity,"' said Edelstein. He
announced that sub-chairmen had
been appointed for 12 buildings
and that additional workers were
being enrolled daily.
Other Business and Professional
appointments announced by Hei-
man include Harry Solomon. Auto-
motive Division at Miami Beach:
Dr. Arthur Shapiro, to direct health
services solicitations at Miami
Beach; Dr. Melvin Becker, chair-
man of the Dentists Division in
Miami; Larry Friedland. co-chair-
man of electrical dealers; Alfred
S. Sokol. chairman of Furniture
Division: and Jack Rabinowitz,
chairman of Jewelry Division in
Miami and Miami Beach.
Hadassah Supplies
Chaim Weizmann Group of Ha-
dassah, at its regular meeting on
Monday. March 15th. 8:30 p.m.,
at the Jewish Community Center,
460 SW 16th Avenue, will feature
supplies by its chairman. Mrs.
Harry Kornfeild. There will also
be an informal quiz show.
Beth Tfilah Women Meet
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
Congregation is having a package
and Purim party on Monday eve-
ning, March 15th. at 8 p.m. Re-
freshments are donated by Mrs.
Rose Schneider.
Beth El Radio Hour
Beth El Radio Hour over sta-
tion WMIE, Friday at 4 p.m., will
present Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swlrsky
m an address entitled, When Life
Is Invaded.
50 Families to be
Installed in Hollywood
Ceremony at Temple Sinai on
Friday night, March 12th. will in-
stall 50 families as members of the
Jewish Community Center of Hol-
lywood.
A program of music and prayers
have been prepared by Rabbi Da-
vid Shapiro, Cantor Joseph Malek
and Rev. Mordechai Haalman for
the special occasion. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss: The Essence Of
True Religion.
A reception will follow sponsor-
ed jointly by Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. William
Garbo. *
Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL
Will BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
Rates $50 for the entire 8 days 3 Meals Daily
Including the Two Seders
OUR HOTEl IS MU KHOWH FOR ITS KASHRUTH
for Reservations Calf 58-2739
Ask tor Mr. Or Mrs. Gewirtz
.OUR
r -HT2 KITCHEN IS UNDER THEIR
PERSONAL SUPERVISION
[ ATTENTION HOME OWNERS
Don't miss the deadline lor filing applications tor
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1, 1954 j
If you have lost the renewal form mailed to you go to j
j your nearest Chy Hall or the Court House and file. |
I
Jechaumen for the Midway Dinner o be sponsored by the **-***?* *~&,
J**l Center include (left to right, standing) the ?9?&^^c%S? Elsie &hwabe
Lw. Harry Pla toff. Lillian Goodman. W id Mormon, "^f^jjjK^g*
fcy Cohen/Herbt Luuck. Bernard Gold berg <^j^Jft^nawrnut.
aQn* Milton Skkin. Moses Epstein. Louis Got Anm. Samuol 3atta.aTO-jwi
A deputy will be at all City Halls to assist you on
SATURDAY, MARCH 27th |
FROM 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. |
The Tax Assessor cannot allow Homestead Exemption
I !
I unless an application is filed within the time limit
| prescribed by law. For this reason I urge all home own- |
ers to/, file their applications without further delay* ]
JOHN A. GAUTIER
Dade County Tax Assessor
> .
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J^wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiQup
FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1954
SEC. B
>r. Arnold Volpe Music
Building Dedicated Here
Jewish Floridian Feature
Quietly and with little advanc-
ed notice to the community, the
[Diversity ot Miami some two
,eks ago dedicated its Arnold >
Mpe Music Building. Few per-
sons except those immediately
foncerned with the details of
jmpieting the memorial unit,
en present at the groundbreak-
pg ceremonies.
Dr. Arnold Volpels white stone
Lust now stands encased in glass
ft ihe entrance to the beautiful
Iferrick Building on the U of M
lampus. patiently waiting for the
?ompletion of the unit. The- cold
Material out of which his visage
has been hewn betrays none of
he constant fire that motivated
his life and his musical art.
For this reason, the bust is
|ood representation of Dr. Volpe;
he passion with which he dedi-
cated himself to his work was
kept for that work, alone. The
test of him seemed overtly
disciplined soul whose desire and
nbition had been distilled away.
There was no desire, no ambition
lhat did not in some way pertain
|o his art The patience in his
nrtrait now is the patience of
devotion rewarded.
Among tnose appearing at the
groundbreaking was Mrs. Marie
Volpe, hi> widow, concert man-
ager of the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra. She, per-
paps better than anyone else, un-
derstood that the memorial to
her husband will reflect his most
lervent wish the urge to bo
part of any undertaking that fur-
thers the study of music. Mrs.
Volpe lives close to the univer-
sity campus in quarters that are
immediately recognized as those
pf a musician. Its walls are cov-
ered with framed and signed
photographs of world renowned
artists. Among them is a price-
less portrait once given to Dr.
JVolpc by Peter Ilytch Tschaikow-
k?.
There are photographs to Arn-
old Volpe "in kind remembrance"
and in recognition of a "beloved
and talented pupil with much
affection" from the great Anton
[Rubinstein. Professor Leopold
lAuer. Carl Goldmark and Eugene
lYsaye. There are remembrances
Ifrom his intimate relationship
Iwth Ossip Gabrilowitsch. And
[there are the documents attest -
|wg to his brilliance as a student
[at the St Petersburg Conserva-
tory in Russia.
The latter, perhaps, indicate
most clearly Dr. Voice's forma-
lize years and sacrifices in the
name of his art. A Jewish youth.
< was saddled with automatic
Mn. MaWa Vo/ao
. part of am active vision
disadvantages in the days of late
nineteenth century Czarist Rus-
sia. He was forced to obtain spe-
cial dispensations from his na-
tive city of Kovno to live in St.
Petersburg. Remaining in hiding
there until these dispensations
arrived, he braved the bitter
winter and waited day after day
at the gates of the conservatory
to attract the attention of Pro-
fessor Auer and to beg for an
audition.
Dr. Volpe's chan.ee finally came
despite the fact thai only two per
cent of the Russian Jewish popu-
lation was allowed to enter
schools of higher learning. Dis-
tinguishing himself as a student
and artist under the instruction
of Auer. Rubinstein, Rimsky-Kor-
sakov, Liadov and. Czerni, he
might have achieved the highest
musical accomplishment as a
composer, teacher or performer
if he would reject his religion.
Dr. Volpe refused and still, "the
son of a Jew" as his diplomas
read, on May 31, 1891. was grant-
ed the title of Free Artist.
Other recognitions from the
Imperial Conservatory followed:
"With high standing and marked
success." "outstanding in canon
and fugues" and "Personally Hon-
ored Citizen." The photographs
and the documents in her quar-
ters surround Mrs. Volpe now,
but they are more than memo-
ries. They are all part of an
active vision that pressed Dr.
Volpe to pursue musieal perfec-
tion and that finally brought to
the University of Miami and its
symphony orchestra his organiz-
ing talent and bis artistic verve.
They have also become a signifi-
cant factor in Mrs. Volpe's life,
for she has taken up the task
where her husband left off when
death claimed him.
Dr. Volpe's contribution to the
American scene of music is vivid-
ly described in a book recently
written by Mrs. Volpe about the
conductor-composer and sub-
titled Bridge Between Two Mu-
sical Worlds. Dr. Volpe's arrival
here from Europe presented to
him a number of opportunities.
A master violinist and violist, he
could have become a concert
artist but somehow preferred
playing in ensemble. His incli-
nations in the direction of per-
sonal instruction never failed to
express themselves in a devoted
effort to train the instrumen-
talist for orchestral performance.
And the always-present urge to
compose he had written a con-
siderable number of works while
at the Imperial Conservatory and
later between professional ap-
pearances became more and
more often held in abeyance. For
a clear image of his responsibility
to his adopted land began to form
itself.
There was little opportunity
for the American student to play
in professional orchestras, to
<>tect's view of the Arnold Volpo Memorial Building now
"^r construction.
lot,* sifter
. brought to fruition
have his music performed or to
receive practical instruction of
any sort. Most organizations fill-
ed their chairs with Europeans
and considered the United States
a novice in musical taste and un-
derstanding. All opportunities
brushed themselves aside one by
one as Dr. Volpe's major inter-
est emerged.
He subsequently formed the
Young Men's Symphony Orches-
tra in New York City. He organ-
ized and conducted the first open
air concerts in the nation, with
his porformances at the Central
Park Mall. These drew audiences
of upward of 20.000 persons with-
in a few weeks. And Dr. Volpe
was the initiator and backbone
of the now famous Lewisohn
Stadium concerts whose proto-
types are now found in the Holly-
wood Bowl, at Tanglewood and
Philadelphia's Robin Hood Dell.
During all this time, he played
in quartets, studied, taught and
pushed back the horizons in
America for the ambitious and
talented pupil who previously
could only look to Europe to ful-
fill his professional needs.
These years wire filled by suc-
Ar. Arntli Volvo
. bis onoroy and genius
cesses, acclaim, economic hard-
ship and disappointment. But
there was never aqy doubt in
Dr. Volpe's mind. An intelligent
and efficient wife, who put aside
her own musical abilities as a
singer to make a home for him
and their children, spurred his
imagination, strengthened his
convictions and became a sound-
ing board for his gestating ideas.
The groundbreaking ceremony
here and the building to be erect-
ed in Dr. Volpe's honor on the
University of Miami campus will
memorialize these contributions
to the American scene of music.
But they especially pay homage
to Dr. Volpe's significant role in
the founding of the U of M Sym-
phony Orchestra.
It was his musical genius that
proved the possibility of a sym-
phonic organization, composed
partly of students, that could per-
form with professional results. It
was his and Mrs. Volpe's willing-
ness to suffer economic privation
during the formative years of the
university that brought the or-
chestra through the treacherous
rapids of infancy and financial
adversity the hurricane and
real estate crash of 1926 rocked
the new school and its depart-
ments as it did all of South Flor-
ida.
And when the late Dr. Bowman
F. Ashe told Dr. Volpe that the
orchestra would have to be dis-
banded temporarily in order to
secure the school's future, it was
he who waited patiently to be
asked to return. Return he did
in lieu of accepting a much more
lucrative podium. He died as he
would have liked, felled while
leading 'the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra, which was
a product of his energy and his
genius, in a performance of the
Beethoven Violin Concerto with
Joseph Szigeti as soloist.
Thus has he waited patiently
through the years for a center
of music in which he could in-
struct future American students
in the ways of his beloved art.
Now, that dream is fulfilled. The
current construction project was
inspired by a $10,000 contribu-
tion from Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Pick, of Miami Beach. The Arn-
old Volpe Music Building will be
one of seven proposed units to
compose the University of Miami
School of Music.
When will that be realized?
"Who knows?" asks Mr. John
Bitter, conductor of the orches-
tra. "Last year, few persons
would have thought that the
building now going up as a me-
morial to Dr. Volpe could be
brought to fruition so quickly."
Senate Committee Urged
To Report on FEP Bill
WASHINGTON (JTAV-Organiza
tions and community councils af-
filiated with the National Commu-
nity Relations Advisory Council
this week urged the Senate Com-
mittee on Labor and Public Wel-
fare "to complete its deliberations
on the Ives-Humphrey _Fair Em-
ployment Bill "with dispatch, to
report it favorably to the Senate
and to take every possible meas-
ure to bring it directly to the floor.
Testifying before the committee
on behalf of the NCRAC group, Al
bert E. Arent presented a state-
ment pointing out that while advo-
cates of federal fair employment
legislation had shown readiness to
compromise to meet objections of
critics of such legislation, it was
now time for these opponents to
show their good faith by permitting
the measure to come to a vote.
"The entire fair employment
movement is a non-partisan move-
ment," the statement said. "State
fair employment laws have been
passed by both Republican and
Democratic legislatures and signed
by Republican and Democratic gov-
ernors. Our organizations were glad
to advocate enactment of the bill
now before you in the last Con-
gress, when it was known as the
Humphrey-Ives Bill, and we are
eoually glad to urge now the adop-
tion of the Ives-Humphrey Bill. We
are very pleased to note that this
bill is sponsored by nine Republi-
cans, nine Democrats and the one
independent in the Senate."
Citing the great volume of evi-
dence of the extent and serious
consequences of the problem of
employment discrimination that
had been incorporated in the offi-
cial reports of earlier hearings on
fair employment bill, the testi-
mony declared:
"Even if our economy were not
weakened, even if our foreign re-
lations were not impaired, even if
no harmful effects could be shown
to flow directly from employment
discrimination, we would still be
constrained to urge enactment of
the legislation now before you. We
would do so because to discrimin-
ate against human beings in their
access to basic means of livelihood
is to betray the heritage of relig-
ion, morality and ethic upon which
our nation rests and to make a
mockery of our protestations of
devotion to the principle of demo-
cratic equality."
The only real issue, the state-
ment said, "is whether the Fed-
eral Government should act against
this evil" and whether federal ac-
tion should include provisions for
effective enforcement.
Mrs. Rappaport Back
From Northern Stay
Mrs. Frieda Rappaport. of 1136
SW 5th Street, has returned from
a stay of five weeks at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. Juliette Horo-
witz, Brooklyn, New York.
On January 31st, she attended
the wedding of her grandson. Mark
H. Berger, to Miss Margaret Ad-
lersberg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
David Adlersberg, of New York.
Mr. Berger served in Korea as a
lieutenant in the Army Judge Ad-
vocate General's Corps.
A graduate of the Harvard Law
School, he is in practice in New
York City with the firm of Regosln
& Edwards.
Mrs. Berger is presently a stu-
dent at Columbia Law School, hav-
ing been graduated raagna cum
laude from Radcliffe College,
where she was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa.


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FRIDAY,
MARCH]
Judge
Sobeloff Takes Oath of Office
, ,- labor CM* ,o N.......Mho pencil and drov. ,1 ,> ^'^VX-
m
Judge Simon Sobeloff. named
US Solicitor General by President DeJ" Democratic Mavor. Some oi town.
vears before the New Deal was | In Jewish life, he has been on
in
Eisenhower, has been active
Jewish affairs. He took the oath of j^,.,, ne drafted and sponsored a! the -ide of democratization- the
office last week administered by i gta(t,
Supreme Court Justice Earl War
ren. in President
Chambers.
t He has been president of the Bal-
timore Board of Jewish Education,
president of the Baltimore Jewish
Council, a member of the Board of
the Jewish Educational Alliance
Baltimore's counterpart of New-
York's Madison House, founder
and president of the local Amen
can Jewish Congress chapter, as
well as its national vice president,
a member of the Board and legal
counselor of the Associated Jewish
Charities, and an active worker on
behalf of Israel as well as local
philanthropies.
Last year. Judge Sobeloff went
to Israel with Governor McKeldin.
They spent the Passover in the new
Jewish state, and along with their
wives, at Passover were guests of
the Chief Rabbis of both Jerusalem
and Tel Aviv. At the seder service
at the Sobeloff home this year, the
Governor brought with him. for
tit) afikoman which was discovered
bjgthe oldest of the three Sobeloff
grandchildren, a piece of matzoh
wmch he had brought back with
him from the seder of the Chief
Rabbi of Tel Aviv the year before.
Militant in his espousal of the
- and privileges of the com
mon man. both in civil M well as
Jewish life, Mr Sobeloff's philo-
>ophy i> hard to define in words
A believer in such ba^ic Republi-
Unemployment Joguonc* widening of community responai-
.bill Sound enoucb'on laie> and hi l.ty He has been "militant in the
Eisenhower'i Ma((. ^n,,^ t0 j* cm>f advisor fight against prejudice, but he has
to a Republican Governor, he hasi recognized the truth that miracles
rendered distinguished service U couldn't always be accomplished
counsel to what critics would call overnight. Generally, he favored
a Socialist experiment, the City legislation making racial and re
Housine Authority In the field of, ligious discrimination illegal, but
Civil rightshe is a member of the within a range that is workable,
board of the Urban Leaguehis I As advisor for Governors and
has been a powerful voice against I Mayors, his has been an effective
discrimination and segregation in j voice of liberalism. His good sense
a community that has a partial I which is perhaps his greatest as-
southern heritage. As a Federal! sethas been combined with a
attorney, he enforced the law while literate simplicity that has given
personally opposed to prohibition j style and substance to whatever
Of this phase of his career, the he has written, speeches, briefs or
opinions
So noted a literary critic as Bal-
Baltimore Sun editorialized: It
was "his distasteful duty to enforce
the Volstead law. but he enforced j"
it in about as clean a way as any onrfftns FpfltlirPS
one could: so his service in the oaiTOn S redllires
prosecutors office, even under pro- Puriltl Candit'S
hibition. did not withdraw bin For ,ne c^ng Festival
from the ranks of decent men' __ ...__.
When defending housing legist.- Pur,m- Barton s Bonbonmere turns
tion in a debate before the Balti- U> a charming old world custom to
more City Council with a real es- introduce a type of candy which is
tate lawyer, he -aid: -'When we traditionally associated with this
take a family out of a rat hole, jioliday.
thev crv socialism."
L. Mencken wrote of
years ago
Baltimore
was a court
appointed investigator): "It shows
all the compelling plausibility of a
demonstration in geometry' and all
the racy charm oi The Gildctf
It i>. indexed, tui*e as_pnm.
a picaresque novei as a leejl
document, and its author succumbs
to a sly sort of mirth more than
he yields to moral indignation."
In the year that he has been
Chief Judge, the new Solicitor Gen-
eral has displayed a judicial tem-
perament and attitude that, along
with his imposing legal qualifica-
tions, makes local lawyers feel
that a great judge is being sacri-
ficed, even though it be for a legal
position of the highest national sig-
nificance that is the dream and as-
piration of many of America's fin-
est lawyers.
of
a district attorney, he found
nothing obscene or offensive in
the Greek classic. Ari-topt.
Lysistrate, and When Dr Mane
'$ Planned Parenthood wm
seized by police as obscene, he
The age-old custom in many
European villages of making spe-
cial nut and honey confections and
taking them to neighbors for Sha-
lach Monat is the inspiration for
Barton's assortment of traditional
Purim candies. This assortment
8,000 Persons Attend Opening of New
Seven-Up Bottling Plant, Offices Here
Resident^ and visitors to south purposely designed to make best
Florida, along with executives of use of latest bottling developments
the Seven-up national organization, and techniques.
ruled it "a dignified, serious and puts typically Purim nut candies
authoritative work But when an nn ,he market, tor the first time
------------------' | and is a part of Barton's program
to stimulate interest in Jewish life
Conservative Sisterhoods
Map Plans for luncheon
Final plans were made here at a
meeting in the home of Mrs. Frank
A. Rose. 2880 SW 19th Terrace, for
the second annual Torah luncheon
to be held on Thursday, March
25th. at the Di Lido Hotel.
The five local affiliated conserva-
tive synagogue sisterhoods of the
National Women's 1-eague of the
Synagogues of America will meet
at the joint .affair. Funds raised
will be usyl to continue sponsor-
ship of the national radio program.
The Eternal Light, and for the'
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
through the use of traditional cere-j Samu'1 *** ** Harold Shapiro
were on hand here recently, to
celebrate the opening of the com-
pletely new Seven-up bottling plant
and executive offices at 3700 North
Miami Avenue.
Guests were treated to guided
tours through the plant which in-
cluded motion pictures on the bot-
tling industry and actual first-hand
observation of bottling methods.
Approximately 8.000 persons at-
tended the gala opening that mark-
ed a milestone in the history of
Seven-up bottling in this area. Just
19 years ago. in 1935. the late A. J.
Tobin founded the company, begin-
ning with one truck, tiny offices
and minute bottling operating
space.
During the past two decades.
Seven-up has grown hand-in-hand
with the flourishing population of
the area it services. Dade. Broward
and Monroe Counties.
The new building, a modern,
streamlined and efficient example
A highlight of the tour through
the plant is a water distilling proc-
ess that guarantees purity higher
than that attained by many mu-
nicipal processing operations.
Architectural efficiency is pro-
vided in the storehouse, through
which some three million pounds
of sugar move annually, along with
mountains of bottle cases. The
problem was answered by careful
placement of structural columns
and provision of 20-foot high ceil
ings throughout that area.
Ever increasing demand for Sev-
en up has necessitated use of bot-
tling equipment that produces ap-
proximately 200.000 bottles daily.
monies in candy and package de-
sign.
Other Barton confections for
Purim make use of universally
loved holiday symbols. The cover of
their Queen Esther Assortment re-
produces an ancient Scroll of the
Megillah. The gift chocolate pieces
in this box include chocolate ha-
mantaschen and grager bars.
Purim merrymaking is the theme
for Barton's hamantash-shaped
Masquerade Bov for children. The
masks of Queen Esther and King
Ahasuerus. which make up the
front and back of the box, can be
cut out and worn for Purim mas-
querading. This gift contains Purim
kiddie's candies, a metal grager
and a pictorial Megillah complete
in English and Hebrew.
Each Barton gift contains an il-
lustrated twelve-page booklet of
Purim customs, stories, games and
or one bottle for every third person I Punles. The story. The Miracle Of
in greater Miami. Purim. has an old world flavor
Shermain J Tobin. founder's son reminiscent of Sholem Aleichem
and now himself company presi- ana lends itself to exciting group
reading in schools and the home.
All items are available at any
of Barton's 59 Continental Choco-
dent said. "In addition to present
bottling machinery, a second com-
plete line of equipment is planned
for the near future. This will add ,a,e shops in New York. Philadel
of up-to-date bottling engineering. | another 190.000 bottles to the daily phia' Detroit ud Newark or
=S-5-AS--- r, ^ ,_>, E* ^^a'S
Brooklyn 1. New York.
Miami, and built by Webb Con-
struction Co.
Seven-up's new home encom-
passes 40.000 square feet and is
production.
and Mrs. Harry I.aufer will act as
vice chairmen. Participating are
the following Torah Fund chair-
men of the local sisterhoods:
The Mesdames Frank Rose, Beth
David; Leonard Wolffe, Miami
Beach Jewish Center; William
Greenside, North Shore Jewish
Center; Jack Finklestein, Iraelite
Center; and Max Friedson, Zamora.
Ticket and publicity chairman is
Mrs. Alexander Schloss.
Dr. Edward Lear, M
Lear, director-pruicic
Richard Lear, of Levj
ers, shown ct the site,
new Lear School Ail,
a fireproof structure"
crete block, now undtj
struction on the qio
the school on Miuaj
A spacious coral ra
sion built by the TaH
ily, pioneers here,
School contains
rooms, a library, on
dining room facilities.)
dition to extensive
The new auditorium'
ready in May.
Mlami Convalesced!
Socializing in Cat* to U* I
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nil
le Special Dir'.s Strictly I
rlvata and Smi-Prtvt(|
LEO ALLEN.
335 SW. IztP.
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Mrs. Sayenga studied the piano
and organ under the supervision of
Mrs. Ralph Folden. of the Toronto
Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
Canada. Mrs. Sayenga served for a
two year period as organist and
musician for the Pomonok Chap-
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Island. New York. She was guest
pianist for the Women's Music Club
of Woodstock. Ontario. Canada, and
of other music clubs of Hamilton,
Ontario. Canada.
For the past five years, she has
been active in the musical educa-
tion field and was primarily en-
gaged as a teacher of piano and
tmasic appreciation in Syracuse,
New York, Garden City, Long
Island, and in Miami.
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[educe and Eat Sweet Foods
|. TILLIE LEWIS
ncw concept of eating and
ieontrol makes a lot of sense.
ilso makes it easy for you
your weight down to where
\Hwt doctor agree it should
The idea? To give you
_id menu of regular foods
krfing the new sweet-tasting
jorie foods. This enables you
jtlories without making your
-hardship."
this week's menus:
IIGHTH DAY MENU
1216 Cslories
Breakfast
Calories
i i; large orange 50
Cereal, ii cup
Hk-i
tinea
Wheat Toast, 1 thin slice
Jellv. I tablespoon ._
[ Milk, I ,
u desired .................---------
Lunch
omato Juice* (See Ileclpel
i|i .. -.....*- '
fen Baled
Conked Kgg. 2
Diet Whipped Dressing.
iahlf|"'ii
lira, Ball and Pepper,
i-elc.....
uce. I tarer haves
led Beet*, 's 'UP .....
.V.f.rs. 4 -----------
_1 i-i Chocolate I I*
L* recipe) i !>
Milk. S u*.
lOTAL
Dinner
l around Lean Beef, I ox. .
ne.l K|ilnai'h, cup
Eei Bqaash, yellow, ', out)
Bt & Tomato Salad
|tuc- \**(. 1 large------------
J Tomato. I slice*
ni-iiici Whipped Pressing,
tablespoon
I I'l.i Prune Plums, 's cup _
nln; Tablet, ..- desired ....
ino
{
9
SO
0
"jii
so
150
It
0
5
34
84
68
90
~467
250
It
17
I
4<
1<
60
0
roTM,
BAY'S TOTAL
...._ 405
_ 1,116
x
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NINTH DAY MENU
11M Calor.ei
Breakfast
Ki esh Strawberries, 1 i-up
Cold Cereal, 1 cup _
Whole Wheat Toast. I thin slice
TMl-Dlet Jelly, ) tablespoon
Kkim Milk, k os......
Coffee, as desired
TOT A I,
Calorie*
54
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III
Lunch
Jelly Clllielel:
Kggs. 2
Duller, 1 teaspoon
Kkim Milk, 2 tablespoons _____
Tastl-Dlet Jelly, 2 tablespoons
lettuce. Tomato and
t'ui-uinlier Halad:
Lettuce, l large leaf
Tomato, 1 medium ______
Cucumber, >4 medium
Tnatl-Dlet Chefs Dressing.
1 tableapcKin
French Bread, 1 medium slice ....
Tastl-Dlet Chocolate .Pudding.
'/. cup
Bklm Milk, 8 OS.______.......
TOTAL
Dinner
Hroileil Veal Chop, 4/3 o.__......
Brussels Sprouts, '/, cup ........
Tastl-Dlet Corn, yellow, '., cup .
Krult Salad:
Tnati-Dlet Fruol Cocktail.
V. cup
Banana. ', small
lettuce. 1 large leaf ......._.........
Taatl-Dlet Whipped Dressing,
1 teaspoon ........
Taatl-Dlet Freestone Peaches,
'A cup
Coffee, as desired
150
35
11
18
3
30
1
1
:,:.
35
0
431
2 IK)
H
10U
TOTAL_____________
DAY'S TOTAL_______;____

TENTH DAY MENU
1106 Calories
Breakfast
37
417
1.164
Tnati-Dict IMuma, H cup
Soft Boiled Egg. 1
Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices
Taatl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon ...
Hklm Milk. 8 oft., ......_______
Coffee, aa desired________________
TOTAL, .....----------------------------
Calories
..... 60
Lunch
Frankfurters, 2 medium .......
Sauerkraut, 1 cup--------------
Tomato and Lettuce Salad:
Lettuce, 2 large leavea -----
Tomato, l medium
"Tastl-Dlet i'hef'a Dressing,
1 tablespoon
Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin slice
Taatl-Dlet Apricots, '/, cup -----------
Coffee or Tea. aa desired---------
TOTAL .....--------------------------
130
9
SO
0
3B4
250
32
50
1
65
46
0
44S
Dinner
.Boiled Beef Heart. 6 oa.-----------
With Taatl-Dlet Tomatoes,
tt cup -------------------
Onion, 1 medium (sliced)--------
Carrot. H cup
Pais__b a tablespoons ^-SWls "
HUH L**ls Salad
aMk-ree>. 1
TastlrMajt Applesauce
Col fee,' as uealred .....
TOTAL
ing ._...
Vt cup
DAY'S TOTAL ...
180
23
:,ii
22
2
19
46
0
352
1165
Broiled Tastl-Dlet Peaches.
2 halves ____
"roiled Kggplnnt. 2 slices
Tasti-Dlet (ireen Peas, u cup
alibage Carrot Salad:
Cabbage, shredded, 1 cup
Carrots, shredded. cup
Tasti-Dlet Chefs Dressing.
1 tablespoon ._,
Tastl-Dlet Cherries. Coffee or Tea. aa desired
total
days total ____
31
24
I0U
24
21
2
r.o
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51)2
1,230
TWELFTH DAY MENU
V225 Calories
12S6 Calories _
Breakfast
Taatl-Dlet Apricot NecUr, >< cup 47
SoH Boiled _, 1 ;:,
Whole Wheat Toast, 2
thin slice* 130
Tasti-Dlet Jelly. 1 tablespoon
Skim Milk. X os.........___..... jo
Coffee, aa desired 0
TOTAL ________ 351
Lunch
Chicken Broth, 1 cup .....
Club Salad Supreme*
(see recipe), 1 serving ....
Toasted r rench Boll, 1
Taatl-Dlet Apricota. J4 cup ..
Coffee or Tea. as desired .. .
Taatl-Dlet Whipped Dressing*
1 tablenpoon____
Rye Bread, 2 thin slices
Skim Milk, 8 _,
TOTAL
16
114
90
.428
Dinner
Broiled Liver, 4 oa......................... 160
with Tastl-Dlet Canned
Tomatoes, 1 cup .....__________ 50
Steamed Bice, Vf earn __________ 100
Summer Squash, yellow, !i a permit Salad:
Khreddcd Lettuce, 1/4 head ___ 16
. rfrult
ions. K run 4ft
Tnstl-plet drape/
Sections, 4 eUi
Tastl-Dlet Chef's Dressing.
1 tablepsooii
Taatl-Dlet H-ult Cocktail, V, cup (0
Coffee or Tea, as desired _......._ 0
TOTAL 429
DAY'S TOTAL ............. 1.163
TOTAL ......
Dinner
Broiled Haddock (with Lemon)
5 6 OB. ________...........
Baked Potato, 1 medium .
Steamed Spinach, 1 cup_______
Vegetable Salad:
Diced: Celery, Carrot, Green
Pepper, Cucumber. Cabbage,
H cup
* teaspoon grated onion and
1 tablespoon Tastl-Dlet
Whipped Dressing
Taatl-Dlet Yellow Cling
Peaches, cup
Skim Milk, 8 ox.................._____
Coffee, as dealred ...............
24
211
118
46
0
399
TOTAL _......__
DAYS TOTAL
3
200
100
46
II
25
N
0
475
1,225
THIRTEENTH DAY MENU
RECIPES
Hot Tomato Juice
'i cup Tastl-Dlet Tomato Paste
1 cup water
Mix thoroughly, heat, season with
salt and pepper. 1 serving, total cal-
ories 30.

Tillio Lewis Salad
1 head lettuce (5 Inches in
diameter)
1 cup Taatl-Dlet Chefs Dressing
Cut head of lettuce In quarters for
serving. Pour dressing over lettuce
and serve immediately.
4 servings; total calories 116
Calories per serving 29
1.233 Calories
Breakfast
Orange> Slices, 1 small
Scrambled Kgg:
Bn, 1 ---------------.....
Butter, 1 teasiKion .
Skim Milk. 2 tablespoons
Whole Wheat Toast, 1 thin slice
Tastl-Dlet Jelly, 1 tablespoon _
Skim Milk. 8 os.........
Coffee, aa desired .....
TOTAL ........................... -
Lunch
Swlas Cheese Sandwich:
Swiss Cheese (sliced), 2 ox.
Calories
M
75
35
11
65
t
90
1)
335
210
Bye Bread. 2 thin slices _......... 114
Mrs. fey Bern's
irnhal Will
itf Fentival
14th is the date set by the
?ten's Group of Flagler Granada
ph Community Center to cul-
kte a week-long festivity in
pration of Purim. .
giant carnival will be held on
I Center grounds. A youth talent
Your Kid Parade, started
*k on Sunday, March 7th, in
I Center auditorium. Square and
|nd dancing with a professional
h't. will follow on Saturday eve-
's, March 13th.
(We 14th. the carnival and ba-
will offer Raines, bargains and
er food.
' Ray Berrin, chairman of
(carnival, will be assisted by the
JMmes Sidney Stiller, Maurice
nn Ben Clein, Hy Coverman,
Pw Stewart. Walter Kaye, Har-
reen, Harry Dansky and Al-
Newman.
TOTAL 3*0
Lund.
CotUUN Cheese
Vegetable Salad:
Cottage Cheese. cup
Toimtt.i Wedfjaa, I modium
Cucumbei Itinas. '. medium
1. ben Lett ice. 4 large leaves
Saltine Crackers. 2
Taatl-Dlet Chocnl.itc Puildlng,
Vi cup
with Vanilla Wafers, 2 small
Kkim Milk. 8 ox. ---------------.....-
Airmen of Brandeis
Announced Here
' Danbaum and Ben B. Gaines
h"e acPted chairmanship
nli ,nual dinner in hali of
nW ulversity whicn bein
P^'ttee for Brandeis.
Ch",? WiU ^ held at th
BlsH,0,e'onTh"'-sd.y evening.
F. Ahrai, Hunored 8uest will be
['the ,'m L S,char' President
|nounreiVersi,y' ao-d'ng to an
wncementjhi, week.
BetTn C!rnival u scheduled
llwvl.d sy8ogue on Sun-
ion k Uth' 12 noon' >
JJ sponsored by the Beth
, "A w.th Mra. E. Samesc
1M "airman.
ELEVENTH DAY MENU
1.230 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Orange Juice. /, cup fj
I'nached Kgg, 1 '
On Whole WTieat Toast, 2
thin slices .....-------------------- I*?
Butter, 1 teaspoon ............-..........- 3S
Skim Milk. 8 ox 90
Coffee, as desired
TOTAL
Dinner
Broiled Lamb CMP, 4 ox.-iib
1i>8
3U
3
10
30
H
43
90
848
m
Dill Pickle, 1 medium
Lettuce. 1 large leaf --------.....
Mustard, as desired --------,
Tastl-Dlet Klgs. Vt cup-----------
Hot Chocolate:
Skim Milk. 8 oa.
Tasti-Dlet Chocolate Topping.
1 tablespoon .......-----------
TOTAL
Dinner
Beef Stew:
Boneless Beef, 4 ox.---------------.
Carrots, 2 medium
Onion, 1 small------------......
Potato, 1 small ....
Lettuce & Tomato Salad:
Lettuce, 2 large leaves _.
Tomato. 1 medium
10
3
0
67
90
4
499
Mf
40
H
50
Tastl-Diet Pear Halves.
H cup ---------,
Coffee or Tea. as desired
TOTAL .
DAY'S TOTAL
3U
50
0
"Too
1.233
FOURTEENTH DAY MENU
1,163 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Orange Juice, M cup
Soft Boiled Kgg, 1
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
1 large
Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 1 tables|>oon ...
Skim Milk. 8 ox.....
Coffee, aa desired -----------
TOTAL ..
Lunch
Tomato Soup, m en ,
Cottage cheese A.- I'earh salad:
Tasti-Dlet Peach Halves, :
Cottage Cheese, \, cup
Lettuce Leaf, I UtrgO
102
9
90
0
32S
60
37
108
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t packages Tasti-Diet Chocolate
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10 Vanilla Wafers
Prepare pudding according to direc-
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Into 9-Inch pie pan lined with crushed
vanilla wafers. Total calories 466;
calories per serving (1/6 pie) 68.
*
Club Salad Supreme
1 pound Chicken Breasts
I cup Tasti-Dlet Peas, cooked
I cup Celery, sliced
I Stuffed Olives, sliced
4 Tomatoes, medium slse, peeled
1 head Lettuce (compact)
Halt and Pepper to season.
Simmer chicken breasts In 2 cups
water. Add 1 tablespoon each of chop-
ped onion and celery; salt, pepper and
daah of poultry seasoning. Cook until
tender: about 45 minutes. Let cool
In broth, l.'se broth for soup.
Dice meat from chicken breasts from
which skin and bones have been re-
moved. Add peas, celery and olives.
Toss lightly with some of whipped
dressing.
Cut each tomato into sixths, about
two-thirda way down. Open like a
flower. Make bed of lettuce using out-
er leaves as a base, and fill with
shredded lettuce; arrange tomatoes on
lettuce. Fill tomato with chicken sal-
ad. Oarnish with remainder of whip-
ped dressing, parsley and slices of
stuffed olives. Pour servings: total
calories 644. Calories per serving
211.
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Youth Set to Aid
CJA Drive Sunday
A gala Coronation Ball with all
proceeds going to the Combined
Jewish Appeal will be held on
Sunday evening. March 14th, at the
Empress Hotel.
The big social event has been ar-
ranged by the Young Arnilts group
headed by Mrs. Gordon Marmor-
stein and Jack Dickson. Buddy-
Becker's orchestra will play for
dancing, and two all-star perform-
ers well-known in local night club
circles will appear as surprise
guest artists, according to Mrs.
Marmorstein.
The Young Adults arrangements
committee, comprised of represen-
tatives from nearly a score of Dade
Cauaty groups, has been busy the
past four weeks completing ar-
rangements for the big dance
which last year attracted 600 per-
sons to the Coronation Room of the
Empress Hotel.
A turnout of some 800 persons is
expected at Sunday night's affair.
Herbert Soule. of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, hav
acted as coordinator and adviser to '
the dance committees. .Named to '
|he door committee are Bab Stone.!
Marvin Schwartzman. Jerry Spal-'
ter, Don Marks. Sandy Silberman.'
Lorraine Kahlenberg, Dottie Bai
and Piule Glantz.
Iota Alpha Pi Sets
Augusts Convention
Mrs. Eli King, of 3681 S\V 15th
Street. Miami, has been appointed
chairman of the Iota Alpha Pi Con-'
vention to be held in Miami Beach
at the Roney Plaza Hotel in Au- j
gust.
Mr> King is now serving as mem-
ber at large of lota Alpha Pi Na- J
tional Council and is a former \
president of the Miami Alumni As- j
suciation of Iota Alpha Pi.
Mivs Audrey Kp-tein. national
scribe, is here in Miami this week1
to help formulate the plans oj th"
convaotiao with Mrs. King. Dele-'
Kates will attend Um convention
from throughout the United States
and Canada.
Iota Alpha Pi celebrated Iti Na
tional Founders Day last week.
March 3. 1903. when a group 'if
Kffifer College women formed the
fraternal organization.
Orr Vows to Seek
Greater Voice for Dade
John B Orr. Jr., Group Two can
didate tor the state legislature.
this week began campaigning from
new headquarters at 328 East Flag
ler Street.
A lawyer and member of a pio-
neer Miami family. Orr is cam-
paigning on a platform aimed at
obtaining fairer representation and
a greater voice in state govern-
ment lor Dade County.
He has declared that reappor-
tionment of the legislature to
strengthen Dade's position as the
state's largest and most dynamic
county comes above all other ob-
jectives. He pointed out that Dade
has one representative to every'
204.300 persons, while Glades
County has one to every 2.2(H).
The matter of a fairer share of
returns from the state for our tax
contributio also is vital to Dade
County, and hence to me." the can-
didate said.
Apartment Group
To Meet for CJA
The third annual Apartment
House Division brunch in behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
will he held on Sunday. March
14ih. 19:30 a.m., at the Algiers
Hotel ,
AccordJnt: to chairman Daniel
If. Broad, three outstanding speak-
ers will headline a special program
of intere-t to members of the di-
vision Irving Schatzman is co-
chairman, assisting Broad with ar-
rangement I,
More than 1.500 managers, own
ra and HMMM of apartment hous
es throughout Dade County have
been invited to attend the tradi
tional event which annually at-
ir.i.-t- a record audience.
Alfred Lesser, president of the
Apartment House Association, has
extended full cooperation of his
group to the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in a recent communication to
Broad.
"It is the responsibility of all
members in our Association to give
all out support to the humanitarian
purposes of the Combined Jewish
Appeal." Lamer stated.
According to Broad, invitations
have been extended to Mayor Har-
old Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man to participate in the program.
In addition, a nationally known of-
ficial from Israel is expected to
bring greetings to the group.
Luncheon Club to Meet
Miami Beach-Israel Zionist lunch-
eon club will meet on Wednesday,
12 noon, at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Phil Salmon is chairman.
Mrs. Okalica to Speak
PTA of the North Dade Jewi-h
(enter will hold its regular meet-
n Wednesday, March 17th. at
lira Henry Okalica will
a talk on Purim.
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Than Half of
ews Live in
Report Shows
YORK The estimated
population ;n the United
over 5,000,000. of whom
j,000 live in New York
American Jewish Com-
posed here this w#ek.
iformalion is based on a
jrvey conducted for AJC's
iual American Jewish Year-
4 which will be published
conducting the survey,
iajres were completed by
(han 700 communities
)Ut the I'nited States
iizeable numbers of Jews
the final result was ob-
Ifrom these questionnaires
(rejection for the remaining
litii'.v
iring the 1953 I'stimate for
,,-k with ih'' li'SO estimate
i.OOO. the AJC -aid that the
;e between the two was
a result "f the superior
,e. used in the current sur-
ier than an appreciable in-
jn Hie New York Jewish
Ion. The Committee pointed
the same studj showed a
growth in Jewish
in New York city's tab-
I with !>" ..< a.r.il
class trend "i migration
w York City proper. Thir
:i4 New York sur-
lorted an increase of Jew-
ilmosl all the coot-
attributed 'he increase to
It influx from New Yfcrk
|i Shapiro Speaks
|i Nathan Shapiro, lather of
David Shapiro, spiritual
Df Temple Sinai. Hollywood
Center, addressed the
eirm.ir on Monday night on
^me of Judaism and Zion-
Habhi, who heads the Yavne
gical Seminar^, e-tahlished
^h seminary in the Slate of
five years ago.
'J^tltncrMton
PAGE 5B
h II
Leslie Wins MIT
Degree; Visits Home
David I.esli- has graduated from ,
the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology at Cambridge, where '
he was awarded the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engi- j
neering. He i-
the son of Mr
and Mrs. Sol L
lie, 3114 Prairie
Aven u e, Miam
Be ach, pioneei
residents here.
I-esl i e a 1st
holds the Bachel
or of Architec
tuxal Engineer
bag degree frorr
the University o.
Michigan at Ann
Arbor. While at
Michigan, he was a cadet colonel
in the AFROTC and was awarded
the Chicago Tribune Gold Medal
for being the outstanding military
graduate.
At Michigan, Leslie was senior
vice president of. the Architecture
and Design School and art editor
of Ensiau. annual publication
which won ail-American honors.
lie also served as cartoonist and
illustrator or the Michigan Daily,
the AFROTC publication, and was
subsequently one of the cartoonists
for*Voo-Doo, MIT periodical.
Leslie is now visiting his parents
and two brothers, Johnny and Rod-
ney Leslie, seniors at Miami Beach
High School, and is awaiting ship-
ping ocders from the Air Force. He
holds the rank of second lieuten-
ant.
itslit
mammkm
Preparations get under way for a Women's Division function set for March 15th at Miami
Beach Auditorium. Luncheon Unlimited will feature entertainment, drama and excitement.
Shown meeting at the home of Mis. Jack A. Ablin are (left to right) the Mesdames Max Weitz,
Arthur Bunell. Sam Z. Sakrais, Ablin, Morris Alpert. chairman, Irving Lehrman. Sol Silveiman,
Bernard Stevens, Hal Home, national UJA chairman. Women's Division, Jennie Groseinger
and Louis Glasser.
CJA Young Adults
Plan Oneg Shobbat
Combined Jewish Appeal Young
Adults will be entertained at an
Oneg Shabbat on Friday. March
12th. 8:30 p.m.. at the home of Miss
Natalie Braunstein, 8O0 Haw-1
thorne Avenue, Miami Beach.
The social event is sponsored by
the Miami Beach Masada and will
feature a talk by Emanuel Tropp,
activities director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
The Committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Rhoda Granat,
L*ila Gross. Bernice Dacks, Lillian
Baris. Jerry Miller and Archie
Goodwin.
Kcshruth Standards Aired
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, execu-
tive director of the Miami Beach
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth, and
Rabbis Shmaryahu T. Swirsky and
Simon April, of the Mercaz Hara-
bonim for kashruth supervision in
Miami, last week met at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
to establish a Greater Miami Rab-
binic Council for kashruth with the
purpose of improving and coordi-
nating kashruth supervision in
Dade County.
A uniform standard of procedure
is being developed by the council
to assure integrated supervision
and complete cooperation in all lo-
cal kashruth matters. Plans for
the extension of this Rabbinic
Council for Kashruth are being
completed.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif will offici-
ate. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
* *
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m. H.
11 Drewich. president, will speak.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and preach on the Week-
ly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. A class in Mishna is
at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha.
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:45
p.m.
a
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening j
Services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-'
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-!
date and preach.on the topic. Self
Offering For Good Causes. At 4:15 ;
p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will dis- '
CUSS the Weekly Portion. Mincha
i- at 445 p.m.. followed by ShaltM
Seudos and Maariv Dai!] services
are at 7:30 am., followed bj i class
Donor Luncheon Slated
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary will hold its annual donor
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on
Thursday, March 18th. 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. San Host and Mrs Herman
are co-chairmen of the at
fair.
in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m..
followed by a class in Jewish laws
and customs. Gemorrah class is on
Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 p.m.

FLAGLER -GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
ing and discussing: The Dangerous
Amaleks In The Twentieth Cen-
tury. Dr. and Mrs Morris Blinsky
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
following in honor of their wed-
ding anniversary Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. when
Rev. Heim will preach on the
Weekly Portion.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Cantor Maurice Mam
ches will assist, with the choir un
der the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag. Subject of the sermon
is scheduled as: We Deceive Our-
selves. The Oneg Shabbat follow
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mr- Samuel Badaiu- and Mr. and
Mrs Henri Shier. Saturday morn-
ing sirvices are al 9 a.m.. when
Martin Bialow will become Bar
Mitzvah. Student services are at.
10:30 am The Feast of Purim will |
be ushered in with the reading of
the Megilla on Thursday evening.
March 18th. 7.30 p.m.
Delano Runs Contest
The Delano Motel is in the pro
e ss 11 opening an outdoor
ail bar and lounge. The new
project has not been officially
. and the Delano is running
a conte-t to name the new pr ijecl
the winners will be an-
nounced at the official opening on
March 14th.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning -er\
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi
S T Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: For The Sake
Of Heaven Class in Talmud is'
scheduled for 4:30 p.m Mincha
will be at 5:30 p m followed by
Shaloa Seudos and a discussion of
:h Zohar. Cantor Nathan Zeich-
ner will render the musical por-1
lions of the liturgy. Junior servic-
es are in Aca !em\ Hall at 10 a.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
w.ll hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. He
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I Slan Off
will be assisted by the Center
Choir. Subject of the sermon is
scheduled as: A Cry In The Wilder-
ness. The Oneg Shabbat following
will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Levin in honor of their new-
ly born son. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., conducted
bv Rabbi Waxman. Junior services
will be at 11 a.m. Mfneha is at
5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv and
a lecture on the Weekly Portion.

ISRAELITE CENTER Will hold
Friday evening services at 6 and
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky officiating and preaching
on the topic: Great Women In
Israel Cantor Samuel Salkow will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m.. when the Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion
Ifincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos.
*
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ice M D and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating and dis-
cusaing: Purim The Portrayal
Of A Jew. Cantor Philip Brummer
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy Saturday morning
ten ices are at 9 a.m.. when the
Rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Pert inn. The Bas Mitzvah of Wen-
dy Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Postol. will take place
during the service. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m in the
chapel.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ii^ Skop officiating and preaching
the sermon on the topic: Gentile
Reactions To Jewish Ideals. Can-
tor Irving Robinson will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
assisted by the Center Choir under
the direction of Robert Strassburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cain, of 621
SW 61st Avenue, will be ho^t- .it
the Oneg Shabbat following in hon
or of their newly born daughter.
Saturday services are at 9:30 a.m..
with the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen
Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Allen. 2784 SW 22nd Avenue, tak
ing place at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Skop
will speak on the first chapter of
Leviticus.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and discuss: The Strug
gle For The Minds Of Our Chil-
dren An Oneg Shabbat in honor
of Hadas>ah will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m..
when the Bar Mitzvah of Robert
Z. Benach. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Benach. 1150 100th Street.
will take place. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portion.- of the liturgy

NORTH DAOE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p m with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and discussing:
Is There A Life Hereafter. Cantor
Maurice Neu will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy assi-t
ed by the Choir under the direc-
tion of Lucille Moore. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Cantor and Mrs. Neu in hon
or of the Bar Mitzvah of their ana
Howard, scheduled during Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold traditional Friday serv-
ices at 6 p.m. Rabbi Moses Mes
cheloff and Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will present an original
r*unm cantata during services at
830 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am Subject of
tfte sermon is scheduled as: Sacri
fices In Our Time. Junior services
will be at 9 a.m. under the direc
tic*i of Benjamin Kaminetzkv Kid
dush will follow. Mincha is at 6
P-m followed by Shalos Seudos
Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Daily lecture
series on Jewish laws and customs
is given between the 6 and 6 30
ML service Morning services are
at 7 and 8 a.m.

HEBREW ACAOeMY will hold
\i ,iiLevenm*- iervk*s at P>
Saturday morning services are at
9 am., when Rabbi Alexander
Grtw will officiate and discuss
Who Is The Amalek Of Today
Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sun,
day morning services are at 8 a.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening service*
at 8:30 p.m Rabbi David Shapiro
will officiate and discuss: What
Does God Require Of You. Cantor
Joseph W. Male* will render the
musical portions of the Utargy, as-
sisted by the Temple Choir under
the direction f Rev. Mortichai
Haalman. The 6rjeg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Sicgel, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Weiss and Mr. and
| Mrs. William Garbo. Saturday
; morning services are at 9 a.m.,
I when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
i the Weekly Portion. Junior serv-
ices are at 10 a.m. Fifty new fam-
ilies will be installed as members
I of Temple Sinai during Friday
I evening services.
MIAtlAH MIAMI ,
JVmtH COMMUNITY T
wttl bold Friday eve,^
^"P'n.withrUNH^
afer officiating. Snu- J
seenaoo h scheduled as: TV l
Of God. Mr and Un. h^
Win will sponsor the 0dm |
bat following. Saturday
enrlees are at 9 am. Tie.
lah will be read on ThurL^
niMfc March 18th. att p. *

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTIK
hold Friday evening senica!
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Max f
man officiating The Rabbi
preach on the topic: Tie
Watkont Jews. An Oneg
will follow. Saturday i
services are at 9 a.m. Suhieetl
the sermon is scheduled aftll.
Relativity And Reality. j2j
services are slated for 1T^
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ISTEB
ituM (BELA) FISCHER.
fta Novisad (Neusati) Yugo-
1 Jrried to wife, Lotty. An
^.rade.hcUthefath-
Tborn about 1910 in Ioim.
being sought by Cecelia
|, S?n. Swedish HOU. 40/4.
L Israel. She was bora to
xL Yugoslavia, in 1901. and
. fcughter of Adolf and Her-
mine (nee Kohn) Wudl. She ar-
rived in Israel in December 25th,
1948.

ROSA WEINBERG ROTHMAN,
born in Jassi, Rumania, in 1899, is
the daughter of Yehiel and Naha
Weinberg. She arrived in the Unit-
ed States 1901-1807. Mrs. Rothman
I Is known to IsMor Sloan, 1156 Col-
I lege Avenue, New York City. She
lived at 1732 SW 21st Street. Mi-
ami. She is sought by DAVID VKJ-
DEROVICI, her cousin, of Kibutz
Efat. POB 5059, Tel Aviv, Israel.
He was born in Barlad, Rumania,
on February 14, 1801. He is the
son of Vigder and Haia-Tauba VI-
fetovici and arrived in Israel on
March 2, 1950.

1 WALTER FREIDL, born in Vien-
na, Astria, in 1981. He is the son
of Rosa Freidl and came to the
United States in 1937. His last
known address was Miami, Florida.
He is being sought by his cousin,
THERESA ROTH BURKAFF, of
"Wt Weeks Avenue, Bronx, New
York. She was born in Vienna, Aus-
tria, in 1922, and is the daughter
of Lazar (Julius) and Jennie (nee
Freidl) Roth. Mrs. Burkaff is in the
United States on a medical visa as
her husband is undergoing hospit-
alization here. They arrived in the
US on July 13, 1933. They are resi-
dents of Israel since 1938.
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Itmi^ Fhrrttor
5WMARCHli
Ameri can Notables... Colonel David i Franks: The Jew of
1787
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
[Harry Simonhoft's column, constituting a series entitled,
American Notables, is being pahlishef by Tfce Jewish Horiiion
as part of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in
the United Statet.-The editors.
In Quebec someone smeared on the monument of George
III This is the Pope of Canada and the Fool of England."
An excited Frenchman fumed that the culprit should be
hanged. David Salesbury Franks, a young merchant, re
marked. "In England men are not hanged for such a small
oi tense." A fracas ensued, and David knocked the French-
Irian Hnwn. A warrant was sworn out but not for assault
and battery. In the high tensions of 1775. Franks was held
in lu.uuu pounds Dan. exorbitant even in our day of in-
flation. Alter a week he was released without trial.
Shortly thereafter, he had occasion to show more con-
cretely his sympathy for the Revolutionary Colonials.
When General Montgomery occupied Quebec. Franks help
ed with money that was badly needed. Having stuck out
his neck, he had to follow through -..d join the American
forces on their withdrawal from Canada. Who was David
Salesbury Pranks............ ... .... numerous influenti.il
Franks family, ..... : both sMaa of the
.:<. Yet h Jewish connect inns
Mentions. He served until Bureoyne surrendered at
Saratoga, then reenlisted in the forces of the French
Count D'Estaing.
By 1780. the humble private had become Major David
S Pranks on the staff of General Benedict Arnold. Nor-
mally he would have served in the wars end and gone
back into business, possibly with his chief, who liked
money and talk ..rtnership with his .' wish aide-de-
camp. Franks" men preserved on
the army roll, a name others. But h<
into history through th< With
Benedict Arnol jor Fraaki lonei
Varick were an art illed. Thii
tine procedure, and the trial cleared both

A Second Court-Martial
But Franks felt uneasj There a -per-
friendship
r general, who entrusted his beautiful
children to the Majors care BaaWfJS, David Franks and
daughter, the fascinating Rebecca, considered ardent Tor-
ies and enemies of the Republic, were evidently his rela-
tives and no doubt involved in the treason. He therefore
sent a well written letter to General Washington urging
a new trial that would Investigate fully his conduct prior
to Arnold > flight This wa> unnecessary, since Benedict
Arnold had the decency to inform the Commander m-C hief
by letter that neither his wife nor Colonel Varick. nor
Major Franks had any part or knowledge of the affair.
A new trial was ordered Franks requested the State
Council of Pennsylvania to send all pertinent records and
papers to be read in evidence The minutes of this trial
make interesting reading. Major Franks and Colonel Var-
ick cross-examined each other minutely as to all their
actions A complete vindication is handed down. But
Franks was stfll not satisfied He requested of General
Washington that all proceedings of the trial be made
public.
After Yorktown. the army having little to do, even
though technically the war was still on. Franks obtained
a mission of honor and trust. He carried dispatches to
Benjamin Franklin in Paris and John Jay in Madrid. De
tained bv them in Europe, he got back somewhat late in
June. 1782. and delivered their answers safely. Now he
- amazed to find out that his name had been struck off
the army roll This was especially mortifying since his
it off and the mission specifically stipulated
no other emolument- than his army pay How did it hap-
pen" Pi did not appl> for army leave, thinking
that Robert Morris, the Director of Finance who sent him,
would attend to that minor detail One could venture a
tt such bungling could not happen to an Adam-,
a Laurend, or ., Pinckney Be had to go through the red
tape of a memorial to Congress for reinstatement and
back pay Robert Morris joined his petition, and the Sec-
IU ultima-..':, reissued his commission, pur-
.. resolution of Congress.
The Treaty Bearer
Frank- was, what we call today, a go getter. A business
ran bis am] experience, appeared no longer at-
.1 lor one of those consulships the young
republic needed in many foreign countries. EUa applica-
- studded with prominent Gentile recommendations.
was filed and pigeon-holed. Instead he received
ment which many ex-officers would have accepted
In January, 1784, Congress resolved to send I tr igl***
S Franks to deliver the signed Treaty of pear Dat*
American Ministers in France. Time seemed, of ih "*
sence and the date for sailing was fixed not i.i *
February 3rd. But New York harbor was frozen ?*
boat could break through its waters. On February fth *
wrote Congress the necessity of transgressing the i^
embarking when the weather permitted. After a di ~
able voyage of six weeks and four days he landed attv!""
to learn that Messrs. Franklin and Jay are in \ma^\
In London he found they had returned to Paris ul\
ratification of the treaty, he delivered additional din? I
es to Amsterdam.
Remaining in Europe he accepted the vice-consuli
Marseilles from a Mr. Barclay, who probablv did not hl\
the authority for such an appointment But with Ua
proval of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Franks Ml
secure. Later he went to Morocco as secretary of U
same Barclay, who negotiated a treaty with the ruW
self styled Emperor of Morocco. Franks took the onf2|
document to Jefferson in Paris and Adams in Unttonfc,
their signatures. When he returned home the Fetal
I'nion was formed, awaiting the votes of thirteen stsxi
Franks pestered President Washington and Secret
Jefferson for the appointment of chief consul for Fra
Jefferson found him honest, active, affectionate, of i
than common understanding, but indiscreet foe tall,
too much, especially among the ladies, with whom
Colonel was a favorite the reason probably that^
consulate was forthcoming. Meanwhile he helped to I
the Society of the Cincinnati, a secret ors mizatioa
officers of the war. later to become a citadel of rea
and snobbery for their descendants.
Congress also voted 400 acres for his war services, hi
became involved with a real estate company in a Frend'J
settlement in the Ohio valley, the location of his
The tactics of his associates caused extreme dtsnkl
lion. Before long the Indians were on the trail and i
sacred all the French settlers. Colonel Franks was
haps among them, for nothing lurther was ever heard)
him.
ORT Day to be
Marked March 10
The Greater Mumi Chapter of
ORT will celebrate ORT Day at a
regular meeting on March 10th. 8
p m at the Grossinger Pa:
Hotel.
Some 200 members of the Miami
Beach and Coral Gables Chapters
here have been notified of the cele-
bration proclaimed in an official
Blent by Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Shapiro.
ORT. the Organization for Re-
habilitation Through Training.
ades and prof......mi to
ih youth in 20 countr;
oRT's
I and u]
left b) the rav-
l,into

Mr- Rlph R

the local i ;:ained
"ORT r>^\ will be a tribute to the
who are row striving to lift
themselves out of the bopek
literacy, idleness ami
ir through the Jewish Point
Four program." they said.
The Women's American ORT.
with its 35.000 members, maintains
300 tuition free \ocational training
installations throughout the world.
Trades learned by 20.000 stu-
dents in ORT schools last year in-
cluded farming, automotive me-
chanics, electronics, cabinet-mak-
ing, needlework, dental mechanics,
masonry and tool and die making.
I Hadassah Meetings Highlight Supplies;
Linens for Israel Being Collected Here
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha- special assistant to the chairmn
dassah had its weekly minyon
i card game for Youth Aliyah at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday,
March 11th.
At a meeting of I. B. Goodman
Group of Hadassah held Thursday.
March 11th. at the Jobnina Hotel.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was
guest speaker.
Program chairman Miss Edith
Krepack discussed the meaning
of the Purim Festival. Miss Lillian
Goodman is president.
Mrs Nat Waldman. president of
Shaloma Group of Hadassah, an-
announced a general meeting
held Monday. March 8th. at The Stephen S Wi-e Group*
the Hibiscus Lodge. Hadassah | Hadassah held a Purim Party
supplies were highlighted at this I** its meeting on March 8ft
in the Monte Carlo Hotel. <
of the National Security Resources
Board.
Mrs. William Feuer i- presidestl
Herri Group of Hadassah asu
its Purim Party for Hadassgj
supplies on Monday. March 8k
in the dining room of I
St. Moritz Hotel.
Mrs. Sidney D. Ross, propssj
chairman, interviewed I _
Hodes. comedian and originator a*a
Essen, Essen and other comedy it-1
cordings. and Miss Reina Mora*
singer of Oriental songs SheWj
accompanied by Miss Anyth
Melicov at the piano.
Shown with Mayor Harold Shapiio as he proclaims ORT Day
here are (left to right Mrs. Irving Sussman. president of Miami
Beach Chapter: Mrs. Herman Howard, publicity chairman;
Mrs. Harry Tischler. vice president; and Mrs. Florence Kupper-
mon. guardianship chairman.
Directors Are Named to
Serve in Chamber Division
In a mail ballot just completed.
14 directors to serve during the
1954-5 fiscal year were named by i
members of the Retail Merchants
Division of the Miami Beach Cham
ber of Commerce. The men elected I
represent the 14 trade groups into
which the division is divided.
Those elected included Edward
T. Bedford, department stores and*
children's wear: Maurice L'nger.
women's wearj Allan Lipkin. men's
wear: S. F. Knowles, fruit shippers
Dr. T. H. Fox. drugs and sundr.
Harry Auslandi P. T
Gulley. costume jewelry and s:
Kenneth Paul. Jewelers; Milton
Fox. hardware and paint: E. I Man
dell, house furnishings and furni- i
ture: Al Goldman, restaurants: Irv-
ing B. Kaplan, cafeterias; j F Mill
linex. variety stores, and Samuel
Friedland, grocers.
Board Assists
Persons Here
The State Department of Public
Welfare. District No. 9 Welfare
Board, assisted 7.660 persons in the
three categories of Public Aafaf
ance in February. 1954. with a
total expenditure of $362.600 00
Harry Zukernick. chairman of
the Board, reported here that of
this number. 5.923 individuals re-
ceived old age assistance. 1530
families representing 4.175 chil-
dren received aid to dependent
children and 207 individuals re-,
ceived aid to the blind
Another program, aid to the dis
abled. passed by the last Legisla- '
ture. is not yet in operation
tunds have not been released for
this purpose awaiting a decision bv
the State Supreme Court.
Zukernick also pointed out that
in addition to the public
program in Dade County, i
services were given to 66 children
in foster homes needing lont; time
care, expending 154.079 87 for
this care, and there were 250 chil-
dren in adoptive homes where the
agency is serving the Circuit Court
by making recommendations
the suitability of adoption.
Rabbi Mescheloff Speaks
Herzl Group of Hadassah held
a discussion meeting on Fri-
day at the home of Mrs. Aaron
Newman. 500 West 49th Street. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
ir^'*'" .** **- "ear, ^hoS
lug, over which Mrs. Rose .......
Frankel presided as chairman. program was a film. A Ncw **
The Mesdames Philip Hayden, n. Speaker was
Joseph Shawmut and Arthur Simon
participated in a panel discus-
sion presided by guest speaker and
moderator Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink.

Hannah Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah held a joint meeting
with the Israeli Group on March
8th. at the Empress Hotel.
A Hadassah supplies shower was
held, with members bringing
linens and supplies to be sent to
hospitals and health stations in
Israel.
A moving picture. Make Wise
Guest
I'nMMm:..-------------------<, .uu. nciri, was snown. uuest
Congregation, was guest speaker, 'speaker was Mrs. Marsha Sharp.
ing. Speaker was .
tich, who has just returned Wj
Israel.

Mount Scopus Group of H**H
sah helped Israel reclaim m*
lands by highlighting JNF
March 8th meeting in Beth Pa
Recreation Hall. The Study OroM
meeting was held one hour P*
ceeding the meeting.

The Naomi Group of Had**
s regular monthly Jjj
Monday. March 8th. at W
nial Hotel. Gix*
speaker was Chris London.^mw
up consultant at J. Baldi's Be*|
Salon.
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Miami Colonial Hotel.
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Maule Organizes
New Service for
The Home Owner
Opent'd Monday as a service to
South Florida builders and home
owners, is the new Home Improve-
ment Loan Department of Maule
Industries, Inc. Heading the de-
partment, with the title of loan di-
rector, is M. L. "Doc" Whaley, who
brings to the position extensive ex-
perience in the building, engineer-
ing and finance fields.
Before coming to Miami in 1946,
Whaley was associated with Michi-
gm Bell Telephone Company's en-
gineering department in Detroit
and with Klectfic Auto-Lite Com-
pany in Toledo as a planning engi-
neer In Miami, he served five
years as loan manager of Lindsley
i Lumber Company and, more re-
cently, until taking up his position
with Maule, was president of his
I own mortgage brokerage firm,
[Whaley & Associates, Inc.
Whaley was born in Kunkle,
I Ohio, and spent his youth in Bow-
I ling Green. Ohio, where he at-
tended public school and Bowling
Green State University. He later
did extension study at the Univer-
sity of Florida. He now lives in Mi-
lami Shores, is married and has an
{eight-year-old daughter.
He is on the Board of Control of
Ithe Allapattah Exchange Club, a
[member of the Miami Shores Dad-
Irlie.-.' Club and attends Miami
[shores Community Church.
Maule's Home Improvement
iLoan Department is designed prim-
larily to assist builders and their
I home owner customers in obtain-
[ing loans up to $2,500 for addi-
tions, alterations, modernization re-
Ipairs and other home improve-
ments The department is also
[equipped to handle construction
land completion loans.
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PAGE 9 B
Flagler Women to Hold Meeting on March 18th
The Women's Group oi the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center will hold its monthly meet-
ing on Thursday. March 18th, 8:30
p.m., at the Center.
Main business of the evening will
be election of new officers for the
coming year. Mrs. Jess Freed, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce Miss Dr. Seevers in Talk
Daniel, representative of the Dairy
Council of Dade, Monroe and Brow-
ard Counties.
Miss Daniel will speak and com-
ment on the film: Food As Chil-
dren See It.
Mayor Shapiro is Guest
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, was guest speaker at the
weekly luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge. B"nai B'rith, on Tues-
day, March 9th, at the National
Hotel.
Private Schools Association of
Dade County held its- monthly
meeting on Thursday, March 11th,
at the Abbott Gardens School.
Speaker for the evening was Dr.
C. H. Seevers, Professor of Psy-
chology at the University of Miami.
North Miami Beach General Mobilization in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal is launched at a breakfast meeting
at Spanburgh's Restaurant. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney
and civic leader, was principal speaker. She is shown with
Louis Wallace and Jacob Plitt, co-chairmen of the North Miami
Beach area. CJA goal of SI,491,806 will serve Israel and 54
welfare institutions in the US and in Greater Miami.
Mrs. Meyers Calls for Reconciliation Department
Handling of domestic relations Bar, Coral Gables and other Bar
matters through a reconciliation
department is advocated by Anna
Brenner Meyers, candidate for Cir-
cuit Court Judge, Group 5.
"I propose to have a reconcilia-
tion department as an aid to the
Circuit Court, just as today the Cir-
cuit Judge has pre-trial confer-
ences in civil actions, and has
made available, to him reports of
investigators regarding the accus-
ed in criminal cases," the candi-
date said.
She said she would make the
service available to the plaintiff
or defendant or both, as well as to
the CirTuit Judges, in cases involv-
ing divorce, separation and annul-
ment proceedings.
Mrs. Meyers declared she be-
lieves such a reconciliation depart-
ment will do a great deal to pre-
vent breaking up of homes and
marriages.
She explained she plans to call
on the members of the Dade Coun-
ty Bar, Junior Bar, Miami Beach
associations, wherever they exist in
the county, as well as the Juvenile
Court Judge, to consider setting up
such a department in the Dade
County Court House.
"I also plan to enlist the co-
operation of the Family Service
Bureau, the Catholic Welfare Bur-
eau, the Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau and the Family Counseling
Service to assist in finding the
properly trained professional per-
son to do the job," she asserted.

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PAGE 10 B

GLOBAL
Senators Urge Prayers
Against Persecution
WASHINGTON (JTA) Senator
Leverett Saltonstall of Massachu-
setts introduced a bipartisan reso-
lution last week calling on all
churches and synagogues to set
aside a portion of sen-ices on Sun-
day, April 18th, to pray for deliver-
ance of all persons behind the Iron
Curtain who are experiencing re-
ligious persecution. Co-sponsors of
the resolution are Senators John F.
Kennedy of Massachusetts and H.
Alexander Smith of New Jersey.
r* TTADrT,C I Jwd9e $ob,,aHln"So,lchor
OllUlvl O General; Eisenhower Present
JDC Aiding 35,000 Jews in
Israel, Leavitt Reports
NEW YORK (JTA) Moses A.
US Asked to Act on Release of
| Persons Arrested in Iraq
WASIIINKTON (JTA) Senator
Lehman has written Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles to use the
United States Government's diplo-
matic resources to the fullest ex-
tent in bringing about the freedom
of three Israelis whom the Iraq
Government has kept in prison
since early last month The New
York Senator said the detention
of three individuals, who inad-
vertently found themselves on
Iraqi soil when a British plane on
a flight from Cyprus to Iran made
a forced landing at Bagdad, was .-.itfieiituui
a matter of deep and proper con Implement Indemnification
cern to the United States and all, MUNICH (JTA) A meeting of
governments which abide by tra- (he Bavarian Council for Freedom
ditional standards of decency with j anrj Justice, attended by several
WASHINGTON Judge Simon
Sobeloff of Baltimore was sworn
in this week as Solicitor General
of the United States in a White
House ceremony witnessed by
President Eisenhower and held in
his office. Judge Sobeloff succeeds
Philip Perlman. who resigned more
than a vear ao. The oath of of-
fice was administered by United
States Chief Justice Earl Warren.
President Eisenhower then shook
hands with Judge Sobeloff and
said, "it is my privilege to hand
you this commission and to wel-
come you aboard."
German Government Asked to
strip area, an Israeli military
spokesman revealed here, strecsing
that the Egyptians have stepped
up their aggressions in the section.
The Israelis have protested a num-
ber of recent raids by infiltrees
from Egyptian territory to the Is-
rael-Egyptian Mixed Armistice
Commission.
LWAL NOTICI
German Lawyer Jailed for
Defending Claimants
HANOVER (JTA) A German
attorney in practice in Lower Sax-
> ony. Dr. Rudolf Grosse-Hagen-
brock, has been arrested for fraud,
' blackmail, misrepresentation, tax
evasion and violation of foreign
currency control legislation in con-
nection with restitution cases, a
field in which he specialized.
Leavitt, executive vice chairman of respect to the treatment of travel- deputies of the Bavarian State Par-
liament, has protested the fact that
the Federal Government has not
yet enacted implementation regu
lations for the indemnification law
which was brought into force six
months ago. The meeting was told
that the position of aged and ill
victims of Nazism was "desperate"
and that immediate steps for im-
plementation of the indemnifica-
tion law were necessary if their po-
sition was to be ameliorated.
the Joint Distribution Committee' ers encountering adverse condi-
who returned from a two-month tions whether on the high seas or
purvey tour of the agency's activi-1 in the air.
ties in Israel and Europe, has re-
ported that JDC is currently as-
sisting more than 35.000 men.
women and children yearly in the
Jewish State. Mr. Leavitt was
elected chairman of the American
Council of Voluntary- Agencies for
Foreign Sen-ice during his absence elsewhere who have been living
Germany Extended Permit
For "Returnees" to Remain
MUNICH (JTA) The 450 "il-
legal" returnees from Israel and
abroad.
America-Israel Society
Opens New Headquarters
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
America-Israel Society, formed last
month by leaders in all walks of
American life to further cultural
relations and goodwill between the
people of the United States and Is
rael. has opened its national head-
quarters in the Hotel Willard here.
The Society, of which Governor
Theodore R. McKeldin of Man-land
at the Jewish DP camp at Foehren-
wald since last August under an
agreement whereby they were re-
quired to emigrate from Germany
within six months, were la-t week-
end granted a few more months
in which to leave or make arrange-
ments for emigration.
Solomon Goldmann Memorial
Foundation Established
CHICAGO (JTA) Organization
of the Solomon Goldman Memo-
rial Foundation to gather and pub-
lish the unpublished manuscripts
mil the essavs and sermons of the
late Rabbi Goldman was announc-
ed here by William A. Nudelman.
executive director of the Anshe
Emet Synagogue, of which Rabbi
Goldman was spiritual leader un-
til his death.
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Four Nobel Prize Winners
Named Governors of Institute
NEW YORK (JTA) Four Nobel
Prize winner are among ten inter-
nationally known scientists who
i- president, also plans to open lo- nave JUst accepted nomination to
cal chapters in New York. Phila-
delphia. Boston, Chicago and other
cities.
Israel Lifts More Restrictions
Imposed on Arab Residents
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel has
the Board of Governors of the
Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehoboth. They are Prof. Felix
Bloch. of Stanford University, Cali-
fornia: Prof. Niels H. D. Bohr, of
the Institute for Theoretical Phy-
sics, Copenhagen; Prof. Ernst B.
Chain, of the Institute Superiore
: di Sanita. Rome; and Prof. Sir Rob-
lifted more restrictions imposed op ert Robinson, of Oxford University.
Arabs living in Israel in the north-
ern border areas. This is the sec-
end step in recent weeks toward
the lifting of all restrictions im-
posed on Israeli Arabs in sensitive
areas of the country since the War | 1. A CMttoat, Usifarm Saaaly af
of Liberation The recent liberal-! Sartitillt Sterile Sriny-White Dims'
ization moves have centered about | aaTiwaiiy aieriie, aaawy want vaaawii
the movement of Arabs in the ar- a ___ 3. Madari Daaearioaf Slartfi Hmaarl
Uses State Car as Only Official
Act to Welcome Goldstein
ATLANTA (JTA) H. R. Ka-
rninafcy, president of the Hebrew
Congregation of Fitzpatrick, was
Acting Governor of Georgia for one
! day by designation of Gov. Her-
man Talmadge who was called out
of the state. The Acting Gover-
nor's only official acts were to use
the gubernatorial car and a state
police escort to welcome Attorney
General Nathaniel Goldstein of
New York on his arrival at the
airport here.
Incidents on Egyptian Border
Multiply; Israel Protests
TEL AVIV (JTA) One Israeli
soldier was killed, two Arab infil-
trees were killed and nine others
captured last week in the Gaza
Rabbi Abraham I. Cutler, of
New York City, membeT ol
the National Executive Board
of the Mizrachi Organization
of America, arrived in Miami
Thursday.
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County. Florida
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NOTICE UNDER FICTIT
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MKKKHY H1YB4,
the undersign, d, de-lilng to M
business under the fictitious I
I'.M.i.KTTK CLEANERS, l
N.W. 17th Ave North Miami, I
to register said name with Itel
of the Circuit Court of Da* f
Klotlda.
HARRIET rilAIXtl
(Bole owner)
J/;-lS-l-J
NOTICE UNDER FICTIThJ
NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring t"'
business under tlie fictitious n
IJNIIA EXI'ORT. at UU 8X1
Street. Miami. Pade County. f
Intend to register said nanw "KM
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
County. Florida.
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PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICt
T^CCEUITcSuFRTNF THE
I 'li' 'S'KK. Defendant
>K 'suit for divorce
I ,.,,<,- kkaNKB,
I jjjo l.cland Avenue.
L.fea,!hirLbynoUfl- that BUI
I"!1 ,,i for invoice hHM been
[ ind you are requlr-
' I Mill of Complaint on
M"' C; Attorney*, MYERS.
i KAPLAN, ISO Scyhold
Emm >''"" ,"",r!'V' !f. '!,e in-
R" i v. -I..- or Heading In the
Ft ih i'Mk ..r ihe circuit Court
T i( vou fH '" ''" s"- Judgment by
Ciii will \>r taken against you for
PjSlJf demanded In the Hill or
felr'noti' 'hall be published once
P'i fm four consecutive weeks
K, i ii-wish floridan. ,
[it vh ORDERED at Miami.
TJi,i,.' thin lth >b.v <>' February.
ls:'4 k ||. l.RATHKBrrJAWl
link. Circuit Court.;.
I mile lounly.JTftwa.
B) \i ;im:KS. .
-qltCnurl Seal) '?pu/y "><-
IeKS IIKIMA.N ft KAPI.AN
Vrncvs Mi rialntlff
| Sevi.l.l Building. Miami. Florida.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. "desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA MOTORS. .,( l3 N v
St.. Miami, Florida, intend to register
ruilil name with the rierk of the clr-
cult Court of l mile County, Florida
SAMUEL, I, KAY
JACK It. WELN
KOVNKIt ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Florida Motori
I/.-.-12-19-26
- "VCE M&t\V7m
NOTICE IKitEHKIlY U1VE* that
the undevlaiiafl. drjdtieg t*,mww*fe In
bualneaa under the fictitious nami of
FLORIDA MOTOR RALES, at 1426
N.W. 38th St.. Miami. Florida. In-
tend to reglater -.ml name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Floi ui.i
KAMI i:i. L. KAY
J M'K II WEI N
KoVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Florida Motor Sales
LEGAL NOTICE
HOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
LOTin: IS HEREBY CIVKN that
[iinil.r--m.'I. desiring to engage In
[ lei ih. fletltloua name of
V\CI I S1HK STORK, at 4^ H E.
J;, street, Miami. Florida. Intend*
feBl-i.r paid name with the Clerk
I,,,, ,- :,.. .'.. ii l of imde County,
""*' MIRACLE BHOE CORP.
Hi: I-rank .1. Levin.
President
INKT A r.ENET
f.n Miracle Shoe Store
i-i i -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
InTICE l> HEREBY GIVEN that
undi i to engage In
is na me of
[j; \. I.. SHOi 'I I"1 H E I'.i It
'. Intend* to r. k-
I nli the i 'I'-rli ..f the
etui Court of I mde '' mnl). 1 "lot Ida.
MIRACLE SHOE CORP.
Bj I i..nli .1 Levin,
.'lent
|XET A- flENET
iir... l<- shoes
I i .'
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pOTICK Is IIEREIIY CIVKN that
. undei .- to engauc In
ill m.lei i he i ous name of
fTHKHHAM TILE I'll., ai MSI S.W.
I l, Miami. Florida. Intend*
register paid name with the Clerk
[the Circuit Court of Imde County,
lilda.
JAMES II KoTIIKJlIiAM
IRVEY It KLEIN
|rney tor James II. Rotherham
lie Hullding
P-lt-M 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
J NAME-tAW
NOTICE IS HKRRRv- C,,VBN tliat
* underpinned. desiring to engage In
liiepj under the fletltloua name of
[...MIAMI APPLIANCB8 ft ALL
|AMI TV SERVICE, at 221 W.
_Jkr St., intends to reclater said
pie with the Clerk of the Circuit
i rt nf i i;,,i,. county, Florida.
EDWIN r. KRASSNER
><>, Snl'" Owner
f.s-l.Kl: a rJARfl
torneyp f. A|.pllcant
Ti W r illRler St.
l-12-li-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I J."! CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
tt'"JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
KmEtI* .in and f<>b dade
PimL i-o. CHANCERY. No. 164714
FU18 FREEMAN. Plaintiff.
LVIN\,!',I1I:i:Man'' "x-'endant
u I rSJUT F0R O'VORCE
P ;' VJNA I REKMAN.
Keaidence In known
iw.!6. h,,!,,l,v notified that a Bill
t'111,"" '"I Divorce ha=< been filed
r i ',"1' ';'"' y"" "" reiiulred to
Ct ''V,""" Anawar or I-lead-
lintKf'i '" "' '"'"I'lalnl on the
ivi.Au i.AJ':"'"'> "EN ESSEN. 823
e tie h"""T' V,lHm'. Florida, and
I the nffi Bln".' An*ef r I'leudlnic
,.,,'"' ": "V ''l*rk of the Clr-
Mar h ,'.'.'-'. '"'""'ore the 29th day
lam?nt '' V" fa do
.17' rtefaull will be taken
Bill '" r,'",'f Jennded In
kid. ,^"m"i:i.krki> at Miami.
'l> 1534 -'"' ""y of Pebruary!
f- B. I.KATHKRMAN.
Jlprk, Circuit Court.
,'"';:.''ounty, Plorlita.
E'rcult Cm J W- STOCKING.
Jp OWEN PS Clerk.
"^W-lSInf- Mlaml- Plorld
IleVe^t^CUIT COURT OF THE
1^0 FOR niUrJlICIA1- CIRCUIT IN
IN ?wDA,?E COUNTY. FLOR-
"\kVi .NC.6RV- No- 1MM
vB ""Intlff
P%ffiPfc& I'"',nd"'
" !'.M.M-,r^BucAT,oN
P" BiiV,, 'IK,l';:nv notiiii:i>
If" '<>,, "mplaliit for Hh
"'- entiti ,i """'"I >ou In the
1J '"iiih... '""" :""1 You are I
ln"-r tn ih.' "um* ? qo^> "' >'our
I"' I'lalniiff J .'."" "' ''""'I.I..1IU on
fe'tlnal ",,,,: A file the
T",'in:uii iv, ','""' "f the Clerk of
\V "'M.,r. I, ,.';"' I',' ''r.'".' the 19th
I'1' onf, o'herwlae a Decree
|u^ 'o win b,, tntered BBll|n,t
^Jftfor",!1 '"' f-bllahed once
',THE JEWlHHr ^,""r,u"ve week.
"tl ,,'J.'SH, Hi< "HUMAN.
l>' "' Pbru,'i;">,nli,.^'-,0-. thi. 12th
Clerl' A^ATHKRMAN.
Ill -v.lrV"" t'"u,"t
t?^8SiLv^im.ffOT*L0T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
vs.

Bill
rose eoo^,^.^^
TO: ROSE COOFKU
&7 Almont St.
Maiden, MAnaitti .1
Tou are hereby notified tha
of Complaint for l>KV)i-ce Hiia been fil-
ed against > ou.i nhd you me required
to serve a cony. of your Ajiawer or
I'learilna to the Bill of Cnrrrplalhr on
the plaintiff* Attorney, WII.felAM'Hi'
HAMILTON. 212 Clvl. llldg.. Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clei k
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2Sth da> of March, 1.".4 If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken ngalnat you for the relief de-
manded In the HIM of Complaint.
This notice shall he puhllali. .1 once
.-n.-h week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH FLOHIIMAN.
I>oNK AND OKI>ICnKl> at
Florida, thla ltth day of-f'eliru. i
A.U. l'.'l
E. B. I.KATHKItMAN,
i U. CM. uit Court.
Dade County, Florida
in WM. W. STOCRIK'i;
(Clrrult Ci.mn Seal) Deputy Clerk
WILLIAM II HAMILTON
\ttorney for rialntlff
2/19-2 3,5-12
NOTICE- BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 166482
GERTRUDE EI.ISII, I'lalntlff.
vs.
max elisii. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MAX ELISH
42 Fall view
liergenfleld. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Bill
Of Cinplalnt tor Divorce has been
"led against you, and you are re-
quired to serve n copy of your Answer
or Fleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, KESSLER &
CARS. 1782 W. Klajfler.Street. Miami.
imWVa'Sn? ftV .rfuMaH
to do so. Judgment by^oVfanh.. will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ICth day of February,
" E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
'Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
2/19-26 1/5-12
in -r20T^E to creditors
lit HMr.COUNTY Judges- court
i* sfiri? FOR DADE COUNTY,
rn^TsT^TK "S.?*"^' N- 3224 I'ARRIE M \i. KMITH. Decawaed
To ai, i redltors and All Persona Hav-
ing: I lalms or Demand* Afalni
You, and each of y..u, are hereby
notified and reqolri d to preaeni any
.alms and demands Which YOU, or
either of yoi.....a> h Inst the
-'"' of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de-
.-a-od i,t,: ,,, |,,,,,,. cunty, Florida.
to rhe Honorable County1 hid
Dadt) i,ouni>. ami fiifli tbe siliae in
'.]' 'oinl-
I" IM.I.. i on,,n. Flu
in eight calendar months from the
dale .,f n. rirst publication hereof.
Sai.i claims or demands to contain the
legal addreaa .,i the i lalmanl and to
a* sworn to and presented as afore-
s.ii.1, oi same win be barred
Dat< Manh I, AH. 1 : r, 4
i "LIVE II SMITH,
As Administratrix of the

CARRIE mai: SMITH.
MILTON 11. RICHMOND
Attornei foi Olrv B. smith
Room 2IW, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
l/S-It-19-M
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DILI DO DRESS SHOI' at 1 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend*
to register said rtamc with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROSE HARRIS, Sole own.-i
UEOROE .1 TALIANoF\\ ESQ.
Attorney for RMe HaiTls
/M ::,.-,.|e Ki
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
Ho i.iulersignod. desiring In engage in
business under the flctltloui name of
THE RECORD, at No ln.,1 N K ir.isi
Ten.-i.e. North Miami Reach, Hoi Ida,
intends to register the said name with
Ih.- clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
N. D. I', INC.
I/M 3/5-12-19
IN COUNTS' JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30339B
RE: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH Ml'ltAR, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHAROE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have fdi i our final report and petition
fi Final Discharge as co-executors
of the estate of ELIZABETH MI'RAR,'
..I ;ii.it ..a the Tib day of
April, r.'".i. will appls to the Honor-
able FRANK DOWliINO, County
of Dude County, Florida, for
approval of said final reports and for
final discharge as co-executors of the
of ELIZABETH MI'RAR, de-
\
Tiiis "6th day of February, 154.
ISADOR FINE
ELSIE M. KINNEY
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Co-executorg
.: 'S-12-19 H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CCnjRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCw*7I^DF,
IIEI.ENE HO.Sh:M*ADlj'i1aiilMffC I.
\ s.
MORRIS ROSENBAI'M. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MORRIS ROSENBAL'M
Re Idence unknoa n
You. MORRIS ROSENBAI'M, are
hereby notified that ;, Bill ..f Com
l-lalnt for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead.
tog I" the Bill of Complaint on
Hi. plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE
CHERTKOF. ,"7-11 Olympia Hullding,
Miami, Florida, and file ih, original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the MCh day ol March. IH4,
if you fall to-ilo so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the teller demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall, "be published once
each week tor fota- consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH -FI.'"HUMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Flotida, tbi* I9th da\ of February,
A.II. 1951.
E. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Conniv, Florida.
H> Wa.' W. STOCKINO.
(Circuit c.irt Beat) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE CIU:RTKi."F
Attorney for I'laintTff
B07-11 Olympia Hullding, Miami, Fla.
i'2'i j/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlwt
the underBlgned, desiring to engage In
. under the fictitious name of
OCEAN SHORE MOTEL, at 1 S6'L
Collins Av, nue. Miami Bes Ds
County, Fla., intends to register, snl
name nun ih,- Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I'a.ie County, Florida.
THE PORBUR CORPORATION,
G tier
BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED
Attornei s for Appllcauts
4! l'.lmofn Road
ftT'.^W.I-TsiIH.Via iif|..r:;ni '
fN C0*il'NTY^O0Ge'! COURT
. r,j QAP, COU.NTYj.FLO^SHA
No. 29977 A
RE: ESTATE "F
VI'.TTA EDELSTE1N, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- lieioii.i given thai I hare
filed mi final report and petition for
Final I Executrix of the
of YETT V KDEL8TE1N, d< -
and that on the 5th day of
April, lH.'.t. I will apply to the Hi.iioi -
aide W. MU.VK BLANTON or
FRANK B BOWLING. County .Indu-
es of Dade cunt.i, Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix' of the
Estate of YETTA EDELSTEIN, de-
ceased.
This lal day ol Manh, IIS4.
SADIE FEINSMITH
JOSEPH ZEMEL
Attorney for Executrix
r.dn Lincoln Road, Miami lleach. Fla.
3/5-12-19-26
riotlfcE UNDER FfCTlTftTUS
NAME. LAW. 'I .n
L^QTICE. I(s HERKiM' .fJWFX, jLhat
7rft''AnoV. signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUM BLEST CORPORATION, at 424
N.W 29rh Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BUN BLEST CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
- By LEO NEMEROV8KI,
President
2/J6 S/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 16S637
BESSIE MAE POPE. JR.. Plaintiff
LOYD CIJNTON POPE. JR..
Defendant
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: Loyd Clinton Pope. Jr.
257 K. Oak wood Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff* attorneys. KES-
SLER & GARS. 17*2 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 tho
relief demanded. In the Bill of om-
" Done and Ordered at Miami. Florida,
,.. ,7th dai Of K;i.;V,.V(i.it.M54N_
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/19-26 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16*908
FANNIE FRIEDMAN. Plaintiff
CHARLES IRIEDMAN. f;in'!"nt-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES FRIEDMAN
c/o Mrs Ida Friedman
407 E 98th Street
ro^ARE 'Fu^ot,fjed
that a Bill of Conwlalnt for Divorce
, n filed against you In the *po\
entitled cause and you are hereto re-
quired to serve a copy "f your Answer
to Hie BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26tn
day, of March. 1954. otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confeaao will be entered
""This1 notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeae
In THE JEWISH QA^IDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of February. "JbaTHERMAM.
SrWMWarc^a.
Deputy Clent _
PALLOT, SILVER MUL.DOY
Attorneys .for Plaintiff ,.
Wl Congress BulMing. Miami. Florida
1/lt-M a/i-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloui name of
SEN BLEST HOME MICK COM-
PANY, at 424 N.W. Mth Street Mi-
ami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
SUN BLEST CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
Hi LEO NEMEROV8KI,
Mtt/rVl"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Jo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RANI) DRY CLEANERS & LAUN-
DRY, at 2160 N.W. 1st Court. Intend
to register *aid name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY HERSKOWITZ
ISIDOR HERSKOWITZ
Sole Owners
MAX SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
Ml Sevllold Bldg.
2/26 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage fa
buslnees under (be fictitious name of
FLORIDA AUTO HALES, al 142a
N.W nth Si Miami, ii.., id;,, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court oi Dadi County,
Florida.
SAMUEL L. KAY
JACK i: WEIN
KOVNER f.- M VNNHEIMER
Attorneys for Florida Auto Sales
8/5-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlag to engage ui
business under the fictitious name of
TKI.K-Cnl.i iR BTUDII >H Of MIAMI,
ai ll'l N.W. nth Street, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of I lade
County, Florida
TONY E, 1/il'HESTI and
MKI.VIN II ADLER,
I partnership.
2/26 3.5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engag. i
business under the fictitious name of
. IT TELEVISION, al K39 Al-
ton Road. Miami Beach. JnteWds to
reglater said name with the dene ol
th.. Circuit Court of Dade County.
i ...i Ida.
JERRY MEI.TZ, Solo Owner
2/26 3/5-IJ-re
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to eltgslge III
business under Ihe fictiliou
GLOBE GREEN STAMPS, 'GLOBE
TRADING BTAMI 2732 Pom
de Leon Blvdv Coral Gables, "flerlds
Intends I..... d name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dai
Countv. Florid c
GLOBE STAMP CO.. IN"'.
By: David Jacobaon, President
i s,,ie Owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attornej for Applicant
2518 W Flagler St., Miami, Florida
3 i-12-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREIIY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GABLES STATIONERS, at 129 Olr-
nlda Avenue, Coral Gables, intends to
reglater said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
n"r"'"- SOL SCHREIBER
2/26 3/3-12-19 _________^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name or
DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade
County, Fla Intends to regl*ter said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
PHILIP DE LEON
MARX FA HE It
Attorney for Applicant
41:' Congress Hlilg.
-: II -19-26 4/2 ^______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring to en|
business under Ihe fictitious name of
SUPERIOR DELICACIES, al
Hardln. Fla., intend*
to register said name with the I, lerk
of the ClroUtt Court of Dade County,
GEORGE I. Zll.AUF (sole owner)
12-19_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
l\ UI'MURE STL'DIO, at 738 4i*t
Strfct, 'Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to' register aUM name with the Clerk
nf. -the,Circuit Court of Dade County,
ARTHUR DBOUTZ
ESTEI.I.E DEC.CTZ
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Petitioners
2/26 a/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. CASE No 166201
JAMES I. HOIIERTY and IRENE
M DOHERTY. his wile, i'lalntlffs.
vs.
All persons claiming any estate,
right, title or interest tn, or
Hen upon, thje real property
herein described, or any part
thereof; Defendants
AMENDED SUMMONS
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: All persons claiming any estate,
right, title, or interest in. or
lien upon, the real property
herein described, or any part
thereof.
Defendants. Greetings:
You are hereby notified that a pro-
ceeding to yulet Title has been
brought in the circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida, agalnwt all persons
. lalming any estate, right, title or
interest in, or Hen upon the following
described real property, situate In
Dade County, Florida, to wit:
Lots 21 and E2, according to the
amended plat of City Line Pnrk,
as recorded In Plat Book 10,
Page 13, I'ubllc Records of Dade
Countv, Florida
and vou are hereby required to file
with the Clerk of said Court your writ-
ten appearance personally, or by at-
torney, In said proceeding, on or be-
fore the 20th day of March. 1954. and
fter to file with said clerk your
written defenses, If any. to the BUI
of Complaint at the times prescribed
by Law. therein setting up the estate,
light, title, or interest in, or lien upon,
the above described property claimed
by vou. Herein fail not, or Judgment
iiiM he entered against you by De-
WITNES8 mi hand and seal of said
court at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, thi* ICth day of February, 19..4.
E. H LEATHERMAN,
as Clerk of above styled court
By WM. W. STOCKINO,
Depot) Clerk
(court seal)
2/19-26 3
; :;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALBRIGHTS STANDARD SERVICE.
at 2U.. S.W -ih Street, intends to
reglater said name with the Clerk of
irt of Dade County,
"rl,U RAYMOND C ALBRIGHT.
TO5RNARD R Jim
Attorney for Applicant
S&Stf
Street
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN tl i
the undersigned, desiring to engage i .
business under the fictitious nan
MIAMI LOCK, MIAMI LOCK KEY,
MIAMI LOCK \ .....di. ,n 1970 8 w
nth Street, intends to regi-t.
name with tbe Clerk ol the Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE HANS', Sole Owner
MONROE D1XON
Attorney for Applicant
503 Olympia ltidg.
2/19-26 3/5-12_______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAM KCHN'S MODERN MAS-
SAGE, at 9822 N.E. 2nd Ave., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
Florida.
WILLIAM KL'HN, Sole Owner
2M9-2R S/5-12
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29489 B
RE: ESTATE OF
KATHER1NE FERDA, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge us Executor of the
estate of KATHBRINE FERDA. de-
ceased; and that on the 22nd 9aj ol
March. 19T.4, will apply to the Honot-
able FRANK B. HOWLING, Cm,,.
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval ol said final report and for
final discharge as Executor of the
Estate of KATHEKINE FERDA. de-
This 17th day dl FVbruai y. !'''<
s/ MAURICE FERDA, Executor
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
922 Sevhold Building. Miami, Florida
2/19-26 3/5-12
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>fri Dr. Schneider Heads
Local Eye Group J
New president of the South:a.-t
Florida Oplometric Association for
1954 is Miami Beach eye specialist
Dr. S G Schneider, as the result j
of the groups annual election of
officers held here at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
The new SFOA president, who
succeeds Dr William Koblenz 01
Miami, is secretary of the Florida
Optomttnc Association and editor
of the stare group's bi monthly
journal. Dr. Schneider also is presi-
dent of the International Academy
of Optometr.c Contact Lens Prac
titioners. a member of the Miami
Beach Mayor's Safety Committee
and past president of the M.am;
Beach Optimist Club and the Mi
ami Beach Jaycces.
He is a member of the Board
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and chairman of
ihe Teen Age Committee of the
Beach Branch. GMJCC
The election saw Dr Robert C
Groin. Miami, selected a- 1st vice
president: Dr. Chester Rotter.
South Miami. 2nd vice pre?:
and Dr. Thomas Hall. South Mum:.
3rd vice president.
The new officers will be installed
April 5th at the SFOA's annual
dinner.
Matzo Firm Adds New Protection for Freshness
For over three generation*, since -in? Man.schew,/ **
the founding of the B Mamsene-, dit.on for quality and *"
witz Company in 1888. the firm j This Passover, that quality and
ha- enjoved a unique reputation I crjipness are enhanced by yet an
for leadership in pioneering new|apr Manischewitz innovation -
methods, new equipment and new lno exclusive new Manischewitz
standards of quality in the baking, Flavor-Seal" inner wrap that seals
and packaging of Passover matzos jn the peak freshness of Manische
The famous Manischewitz "trav- Wlt2 Passover Matzos and keeps
eling ovens." with their capacity lntni perfectly fresh, crisp and de-
of over two million matzos a day.' \icl0us till served. In addition to
the electronic p-ckaging devices ,he uuaj sealed outer wrapping
and controls that are exclusive and sealed inner cartons, the five-
wit h Manischewitz. the special pound package of Manischewitz
quality controls, trom newly har- \ Passover Matzos now have a third
vested grain to the bakns of the protective wrap the "Flavor
matzo have all contributed to mak Sea:'' inner wrap that divides the
-natzos into separately sealed sec-
tions.
it is a matter of company pol-
icy," a company spokesman point-
ed out. "to keep constantly alert
to new ways of bringing the public
finer products in steadily growing
variety. As a result, in addition
to our new Flavor-Seal inner wrap,
wc have this year introduced sev-
eral new Passover foods for the
convenience of the Jewish house-
wife, bringing our total this year
to well over eighty kosher products
for the holiday."
Among these are such standby
favorites as Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish. Borscht. Frozen-Fresh Kosher
Poultry, select canned fruits, mac-
roons, Mam-ch-witzKo,
and such newcomer, ,
witz Sponge ( ake Mix L.
Ust year, and Manichew^
Soups for Passover.-st
Sigma DeltaTaiP
Mrs Ann Mati Ti
authority, will Spe,k to S
ta Tau alumnae on Tue
ning, March 16th. Mrs i
is: Your Child At Dim-
Mrs. Harold Rubin, njo
Street, Bay Harbor'w^J
hostess at the 7:30 pm
meeting.
The only Jewish mayor in
Canada who has served 16
years as Mayor of Cornwall,
Ontario, receives a Key to
the City of Miami Beach ct
the Algiers Hotel from Miami
Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro. Mayor Aaron Horovitz
is noted for his philanthropic
activity.
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