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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

JME 29Number 4
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
fW U.S. BODY TO FIGHT JOB BIAS
ternational Mobilization Conference (or Launching of 1955 Israel
Bond Campaign to Open in Fontainebleau on Beach This Weekend
Venciky
Colltnbtrg
Itaincblcau hotel will be the!
hi- weekend of an Intcrna-'
Mobilisation Conference for I
Bonds. The program will
[Saturday evening. Jan. 29,
onlinue through Sunday, the
tr Miami Bond Committee
ed here.
|icipating in the two-day con-
[, which is being called to
he mobilization of economic
fur Israel through the sale
ad Development Bonds in
will be key Jewish leaders
|North and South America
restem F.urope.
[oni; principal speakers
Keyierfmg
scheduled to address the confer-
ence are Reuven Shiloah, Israel's
Minister Plenipotentiary to the
U.S.; Samuel Rothberg. national
chairman of the State of Israel
Bond Organization; Julian B. Vc-
nezky, chairman of the executive
committee of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Leon H. Keyscrllng.
economist and former chairman of
the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisors; and Harold J.
Goldenbcrg. chairman for Europe,
Israel Bonds.
Goldenberg. also special advisor
to the Israel Minister of Finance
and prominent industrialist, arriv-
Shilooh
otdberj
10,150,000 Pledged at Dinner
Id to Honor Edward Warburg
Kv YORK A total of
50.000 was contributed here
last week in honor of Edward
I Warburg, president of the
}d Jewish Appeal, at a testi-
dinner hailing his 16-year-
fadcrship of the UJA. More
[1.000 communal leaders from
arts of the country attended
iinner which gave the UJA
f its greatest advance starts
annual campaign since its
klishment in 1939.
flii.mi Rosenwald, general
lan of the UJA, termed the
During of gifts "a remarkable
|te to Mr. Warburg's decade
half of humanitarian service
towering endorsement of the
ed Jewish Appeal's continuing
to save lives and strengthen
beracy." Mr. Rosenwald an-
jced at the same time the op-
of a month-long advance gifts
which would culminate at the
ral launching of the UJA cam-
Feb. 23, at a national Inaug-
t'onference in Miami Beach.
lul G. Hoffman, former Admin-
f of Marshall Plan aid, laud-
T|r. Warburg for his long-term
I in helping overseas victims of
land oppression. "We are here
[to pay homage to a democratic
which he has held high for
|any years of an active, positive
-the ideal of free men and
en meeting together in the
of humanity."
Ime 1,000 guests in attendance
ke Waldorf Astoria Hotel heard
| from Senator Herbert H. Leh-
who acted as toastmaster;
Broido, vice-chairman of the
of the UJA of Greater New
Mrs David M. Levy, an hon-
chairman of the UJA's na-
il women's "division, and Jack
Veiler, a national campaign
chairman of the UJA and chairman
of the dinner committee, who pre-
sided.
The testimonial to Mr. Warburg
brought statements of praise from
the speakers, cabled tributes from
the leaders of the Israel Govern-
ment, and two unusual gifts from
his UJA associates. The presenta-
tion of the first of these gifts, an
English antique silver tray, was
made by Senalor~Lehman, and bore
the inscription: "Presented to Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg by his many
friends and admirers in tribute to
his outstanding leadership of the
United Jewish Appeal during the
past four years and in recognition
of his inspired service in the ad-
vancement of human betterment
and dignity."
Senator Lehman, in his role as
toastmaster, hailed Mr. Warburg's
leadership of the UJA.
ed in the United States this week.
He is a former director of the Is-
rael Investment Center, which was
established to spur private invest-
ment in Israel industry. Golden-
berg is one of the principal owners
of the recently organized Kadimah
Chemical Company at Haifa.
Among other prominent Jewish
leaders who will take part in the
two-day Conference will be Simon
Feldman, chairman for Israel
Bonds in Mexico; Hyman Grover,
chairman of the Montreal Commit-
tee for Israel Bonds in Canada;
Adolph H. Kates, chairman of the
Israel Bond drive in Cuba; Paul
Philippson. chairman for Israel
Bonds in Belgium; and Eduard
Spier, chairman of Holland's Israel
Bond campaign.
Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of
the Women's Division, Israel
Bonds, for the Miami area, an-
nounced late Wednesday that her
division here will serve as hostes-
ses during the conference.
The women will act as a recep-
tion committee and will greet, at
one session of the conference,
Sponsors of Israel.
Women on the committee are
the Mesdames David S. Denner.
Paul Faske. Irving Gerzog, Louis
Glasser, Lillian Goodman. Anna
Wolf Hirschman, chairman of
Sponsors; Julius Jacobstein, Phil
Kays, Minnie Kerman, Celia Landy,
Benjamin Meyers, Joe Mintzes,
Matilda Ratner, Miriam Press. Jack
Bernstein, Ann Padawer, Abraham
Kassow, Jacob Sher, Max Weitz,
Isidore Hecht. Harry Platoff, Leon
Goodman, Max Frank, and Miss
Lillian Danziger. Mrs. Francis N.
Rubin, first woman Trustee last
year, will also serve as a hostess.
Prominent leaders in the Israel
Bond Organization attended an in-
formal dinner party given Tuesday
night for Trustees of Israel by Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Sher.
The dinner party was given in
the Fontainebleau for the Trus-
tees, purchasers of a minimum of
$10,000 in State of Israel Develop-
ment Bonds.
At the dinner party, final plans
were discussed with Trustees of
the Greater Miami area to serve
as a reception committee to greet
the worldwide community leaders
coming to the International Mobil-
ization Conference Saturday and
Sunday.
Sher, who is chairman of the
Greater Miami Bond Organization,
said that "it is extremely important
for the story of the 1955 Develop-
ment Issue to get to each indi-
vidual." Every American Jew. he
noted, must shoulder the responsi-
bility of assuring the Jewish
State's ultimate economic inde-
pendence. "Otherwise, the historic
battle fought with their blood by
the courageous sons of Israel in
1948 will have been fought in
vain."
Cairo Radio Chatters Egypt's Dissatisfaction
Recognize Israel, Turks
May Tell Arab League
f| 9. Mimm
LONDON (JTA) Turkish Pre-
mier Adnan Menderes, who negoti-
ated the projected defensive alli-
ance between Turkey and Iraq, is
asking the Arab governments to
recognize Israel as an established
state, the Beirut radio reported
here, quoting the Lebanese news-
paper Al Nahar.
The report quotes Premier Men-
deres as stating that "Arab criti-
cism of Turkey for its cordial re-
lations with Israel is unjustified,
because Turkey strives to secure
its interests regardless of where
its sympathies may lie."
The Cairo radio, expressing
Egypt's opposition to the Turkish-
Iraqi pact, said here that Turkey
was not fit to be an Arab ally be-
cause of her trade links with Is-
rael. The broadcast contained bit-
ter attacks against both Turkey
and Israel and warned the Arab
world against endorsing the pro-
jected Turkish-Iraqi agreement.
The Israel Government has no
reason to worry about the effects
of the Turkish-Iraqi agreement, the
Ankara newspaper "Halkci" says
in an editorial expressing senti-
ments prevailing in influential cir-
cles in Turkey. A similar article,
written by Nihat Erim. leader of
the opposition Republican Party,
appeared a few days ago in the
same paper.
The editorial says that "Israel
has cause to be gratified" at the
Turkish-Iraqi rapprochement. "The
Turkish Republic has never sacri-
ficed friendship with one state
when establishing friendlier rela-
tions with another," the paper
states. "On the contrary. Turkey
endeavors to remove the causes
of misunderstanding and even of
enmity among nations; and respon-
sible Turkish statesmen have made
clarifying statements from time to
time as their contribution toward
allaying any anxiety on the part of
Israel. The Turkish government
does not abrogate the major tenets
of its foreign policy; Turkey works
to lessen tension, not to increase
it; and that is why Israel can have
entire confidence in Turkey."
Maxwell Abbell
Unit Will Replace
Former Civil Service
Employment Board
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower named Maxwell
Abbell of Chicago this week to
serve as chairman of a newly-cre-
ated five-member committee to
prevent discrimination in hiring
and firing procedures against gov-
ernment workers on a basis of re-
ligion, race or national origin.
The formation of the new com-
I mittee was announced by the White
House. A Presidential order di-
i rected the committee to report
] directly to the President. The new
unit replaces the Civil Service
I Commission's Fair Employment
| Board which reported to the Com-
mission.
A White House statement said
the committee to beheaded by Mr.
I Abbell. established at a Presiden-
I tial level, will have increased sta-
, ture over the old Fair Employment
Board. James C. Hagerty, White
House press secretary, said the
"increased stature" would result
from the new group reporting di-
rectly to Mr Eisenhower. The Fair
Employment Board abolished by
the order was created by President
Truman in July, 1948.
Mr. Abbell is a former president
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, central organization of the Con-
servative movement, and is vice
president of the American-Pales-
tine Trading Corp. He supported
the candidacy of Mr. Eisenhower in
the 1952 election campaign. Other
members of the new committee in-
clude Archibald J. Carey, Jr.. vice
chairman, J. Ernest Wilkins. As-
sistant Secretary of Labor; W. Ar-
thur McCoy. Civil Service Commis-
sion; and Charles Kendall, general
counsel of the Office of Defense
Organization.
The executive order extends
authority to conduct investigations
and advise Mr. Eisenhower on how
the various Federal agencies con-
form to the non-discrimination
clause set forth. The order directs
all Federal agency heads to carry
out the non-discrimination policy
within their organizations, appoint
an employment policy officer for
each Federal agency.
fn This Week's Issue
It Hit UN
Books
concert Stag*
Cooking
Editorial
Hollywood
Mindlia
Society
Sparta
Terccnttnary
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PAGE 2 A
. *~./ ramAYjANUAgY^;
Noted Industrialist To Attend Meeting
Julian B Yenesky. chairman of
the executive committee for Israel
Bonds, was the host at a reception
and cocktail party to greet the
noted Israel industrialist. S. Robert
Abrahami. at the Whitehall hotel.
Palm Beach. Thur-da> evening
Palm Beach community leaders
were on hand to meet Abrahami
who came to the United States to
attend the Israel B"nd< Interna-
tional Mobilization Conference in
the Hotel For.!. Satur-
day and Sunday
Abrahan with the
it of the world's i
plant lor the manufacture of pre-
fd concrete pipes, the YuvaJ
r.^r A-
- 1-- holds a num:
-raeli armed fortes
dec- :
Earlier in the week.
nor at a cock-
Tail part) given in the H
:nqj- Beach, by owner-
Mr .nd Mrs tt ilium Fisher
t' riled Number May
Accoir-pwy Mayor, Mrs.
pjrt M Israel Tour
le r-
i :
18
Farband Cavalcad* Presents Internationally u^
the Schweid book He h*
mi of Liberty." a cav-.
alcade in ten scene- of 300 years
n nowrica. -vill be,
presented b> Farband. Ubor Zion-
. demek High (
tvcoini 'in. 30.
u b) Mark Schweid. and |
..:'' be B.i. -i V::ina
Yudel Dubin
. ,.. pisaial Shmu.l

friend-
led
S. Rabert Ab.-efcomi

S'r.:::- z'.zr.r. r.~ :s the hostess committe ::: the Israel Bond
Inien Mobilisation Conference. Left le right ere Mrs.
Anne ".'.':.: Hirschman : of Spcr. Monte
Selig chairman ;: Women 5 Dit i Bonds in Miami crea;
ndMa '.' Rubin first woman Trustee of Israel 1
this area ~.z. World-wide c: leaders will con-
vene at the cc:.:e:er.ce in Hotel Fontainebleau on Saturday
and Sunday to map a program of ac::cr. for Israel during 1955.
Anniversary, Officers
Honored in Miami

eek to a
I and to a golden
wedding .-> couple, and
' DM rai-e fur.:- : r
Hapoaloth -.-
Club II r a golden wed-
honor
N!r ph Lev;,.
-nt
I
pre-.
and :
Worn Mere
VTee pn on I Mr-
Wilen-k;. pvinj a lunch
r. honor of --.dent.
Mm Louis Beckermin. on Tuesday
noon. Feb 1. in the Strath I
hotel Proceedi will go to Moetzet
Hapoaloth. the I-raeli Working
Women's Council which i> the
counterpart of the American Pio-
neer Women.
Hebrew School Group
Slate Annual Event
S v m i Hebrew
School and Congre- hold
iour,tr\ n jpper"
' Sui :.. Ian Pro-
gram will include Le..nard Stern.
Palm Beach tel nality
*,r- Pel rman
ad u ill
by the Mi
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Large Selection In Latast
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Guild Drama Scheduled
Bob Brenner will present the
Theatre Guild drama. "AH My
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Jan 29. at Coral Gable-, Jewish
Center The production will run
"e nights.
Haftel Unveiling
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ir.emory of the lati Has
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Miami, three daughter-. Mr- Har-
riet Light and Mrs Sybil F.-her
ami. and Mrs. Marge Fortini.
"' -Vw ^ nine grandchil-
dren and five great grandchildren
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JAY, JANUARY 28. 1955
+Jenin nartonw,
PAGE 3 A
cademy Plans Annual Banquet
Ipcctation that the seventh an
dinner <>f the Hebrew Acad-
hvill he the largest in its his
was predicted late Wedni d
I Binder, president of the
lemy and chairman of the din-
l In affair will be held at the
hotel Sunday evening. Feb.
Iblic officials and prominent
from Greater Miami will be
j; the COO persons who have
rved tickets for this event, the
pmy'a greatest fund raising af-
il the year.
Ilhough no solicitation for
is is made at the affair i: is
the proceed* pt th? $100 a-
c dinner that the Academy
sufficient funds to operate,
jcr said.
)ver 250 pupils receive instruc-
in English and Hebrew sub-
dramatic arts and sciences,
jdition to lunch and transpor-
ts Since their establishment
l ul has grown from a two-
iroom affair to a crowded
requiring the alteration of
|y of its extra spaces into school
This has finally led to the
iisition of vacant property in
|4!si St. area of Miami Beach
|; future new building and ad
nri.il laciiities, the Academy
Jident added.
eading city officials recogniz-
I the need of the Academy like
\w Harold Shapiro. Councilmen
I ii Roth, Harold Turk and As-1 Jamin Appel. Herman Basch,
le City Judge Charles Gertler j Charles Bender. Hyman Berman, B.
spurrini; the drive for a large I Binder, Frank Brickman. Daniel
dance." Rabbi Alexander M- Broad. Joseph Coehn, Nathan
principal, this week explain- j Darsky, Morris S. Dubler, Herman
Eisenberg, Harry Fields. Irving
e feature of the coming din-'Firtel- charles H Fruchtman. Har-
. will be a program celebrating ^ <*neV Mrt,n, Ge"et' Sa"l Gen-
Jewish Tercentenary, the 300th \ Ccha^les Gert,er- Rabbl Alexan"
|versary of Jewish life in Amer-!der s- Gross-
Songs and skits illustrating Hyman Jablon. Jacob Kaufman,
lish American life will highlight, George Kimmel, Harry Koretzky,
' program. Assisting Binder are Morris Lansburgh, Aaron S. Lauer.
Genet, chairman of the ex- j David Levin, Kalmen Luria, Sam-
live committee, and co-chair-' uel M. Magid. Dr. Irwin Makovsky,
Discussing plans for the Hebrew Academy dinner are Associ-
ate Judge of Miami Beach Charles Gertler, co-chairman.
Charles H. Fruchtman. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy,
and Morris Lansburgh.
Ier of Miami Beach and David Lev-
in son.
Jack Sa'in. vice president of the
Academy and in charge of inler-
sel.H.I bJMmi reported that "there
are at present many children on
the waiting list to enter the Acad-
emy for which ther is no room."
Dinner committee includes Ben-
Associate Judge Charles Gert-
rell Buck Airs Platform
loming Gables Contest
swell Orr Buck will be a candi-
for ; post on the Coral Ga-
City c.i.'iimission.
lick this week said that "my
reason for seeking the office
commissioner is the privilege
p'rving my community in a way
which I feel particularly well
fitted."
pick said that he owes "no
cial allegiance to any individ-
group or clique" and that he is
fmarily interested in Coral Ga-
as a beautiful residential com-
|nily."
The candidate holds the AB.
and LLB degrees. His support-
have indicated that Buck will
n a platform of making the
S'y Beautiful more beautiful."
Juck, himself, late Wednes-
sald that he wants open for-
well publicized and will work
kard the encouragement of all
to control their common
Isiness. municipal government
official spokesmen "by great-
governmental participation and
free interchange of ideas."
Abraham Mason. David Provus,
Sidney Rubinowitz, Jack Satin, Ben-
jamin Sherry. Max Silverberg, Isi-
dore Spolter, Samuel Reinhard.
Samuel Rittcr, Joseph Rose and
Burnett Roth.
The arrangements committee is
headed by Binder, assisted by
Frank Brickman, Morris Cohen,
Harry Genet, Irving Firtel, Charles
Gertler, Nathan Ginsburg. Sam
Reinhard. Jack Satin and Sol Gold-
man.
The decoration committee is in
charge of Charles Bender.
Panel on Education
Slated at Beth David
Focusing attention on its new
educational program, Beth David
PTA will conduct a panel discus-
sion at its next meeting Monday
evening. Feb. 7.
Serving on the panel are Mrs.
Henry Kamen. Cynthia Bolt anJ
Louis Gadon.
Bert Sher, chairman of the board
of education committee, will pre-
sent the congregation's point of
view.
Louis Schwarizman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, will serve as moderator.
Tribute to Academy
Affiliate Workers
Paid by Leaders
A glowing tribute for the Hebrew
Academy Women and the PTA
helping to raise funds for the
Academy through a souvenir jour-
nal was paid this week by Mrs. Sid-
ney Rubinowitz, president of the
Hebrew Academy Women, and Mrs.
Charles Gertler, president of the
PTA.
According to Mrs. Rubinowitz,
over $35,000 is expected to be rais-
ed through this medium to help
defray the expenses of the Acad-
emy. Already the women have
reached a total of $15,000, it was
reported by Mrs. Gertler's group
report.
The committee in charge of the
program is headed by Mrs. Irving
Firtel. She is assisted by Mrs. S.
A. Goodman, co-chairman.
Others on the committee are the
Mesdames Joseph Rackov.sky, Isi-
dore Spolter, Joseph Shapiro, Aar-
on S. Lauer, Sidney Rubinowitz,
Alexander S. Gross, David Seid, Ja-
cob Katz, Benjamin Kornreich,
Harry Genet, Samuel Reinhard. Ab-
raham Margel. Abraham Mason, El-
ias Rosch.
Henry Liebman. Edna Sel:s, Sam-
uel M. Grundwerg, Alex Miller,
George Kimmel. Hyman Galbut,
Morris Dubler, Herman Eisenberg,
Joseph Zemel, Fred Zisquit, Frank
Brickman. Nathan Benenfeld.
Morris Cohen. Murray Deblinger.
Harry Fields. Jack Fensterheim.
Louis Sussman, Jerry Sussman,
Sidney Rubinowitz, William Fin.
Martin Genet, George Kimmel,
Harold Reinhaol, Hyman Sandier.
Max Silverberg, Harold Zinn and
Henry Penchansky.
'Barber of Seville7 Sold
Out for Dade Opening
A galaxy of Metropolitan Opera
stars, including such leading
figures as Robert Merrill, Eugene
Conley and Nicolo Moscona, will
headline a performance of "Barber
of Seville" on Monday evening at
the .Miami Beach Auditorium.
The performance is under the
is of the G-eater Miami Op-
ul.!. with Dr. Arturo di i-'il-
ippi director. Eaoerson Buckley
will conduct the performance.
I to Dr. di Filippi. the
opening night performance of "Bar-
bar of Seville" Saturday evening
;:t Dade County Auditorium, "is
compi out." Dr. di Filip-
idnight supper and
dance, by invitation only, will fol-
low the opening at the Urmey ho-
tel.
\'\i year, in expect to hold a
similar celebration at the conclu-
sion of opening night on Miami
Beach," the Guil I director explain-
ed.
Scheduled Sunday for all mem-
bers of the Guild is a reception i
the Committee of One Hundred,
I Belle Isle, at 4 p.m. Members of
the Metropolitan star-studded cast
will be present.
This Sunday
January 30th, 8:30 p.m.
Miami Beach High School
1420 Drexel Avenue
JEWISH THEATRE and
CAIA CONCERT
"Sv/cet Land
ef Liberty'
.I
Famous Jewish Artists
BEN BONUS MINA BERN
{ MICHAEL G'BSON Y. D'JBINSKY
t ___________________
| Drama Music Comedy
For Rciervations Coll
TEACHER
HEBREW LESSONS BY YOUNG TEACHER
from Israel, for young or adults; alto '
conversational Hebrew. Very reason !
able. Phone UM 6-6143.
58-8027 cr 48 1943
Auspices FARBAND of
GREATER MIAMI
ADMISSION $1.50
'
SPECIAL GOOD WILL TOUR
ISRAEL-EUROPE
Under the personal leadership of
HONORABLE HAROLD SHAPIRO
Mayor of Mloml Beach mmd U* rsroe/i-born first Ltd,
Leaving Now York-April 18, 1955
vie Trans-World Airlines
24 Days All Expense $1395.
Celebrate Independence Day Guests ef Israeli Government
Officials
Many other exclusive features
will matte this the outstanding
tour of MM.
/formation Coll:
GEORGE KR0NENG0LD
TRAVEL SERVICE
90S ChoMber of Commerce Bide.
Special Receptions to His Honor
The Mayor and Nlf Party by
the Mayor* of Jerusalem
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By LEO MIMOLIN
-.= -earj :: r :-.z-zzz. zr.z :.T.
..z~r.e : :"''.." z r-ture
= -.:- w.th
Since the appearance tiers :: .5 irv _=:.=
:;::--: sc State = an***-
ece-tru -.5 wfr.: -eve ; area* "; = < r_:
^'"-h: --.terest .-. r.e issue .-:> hither :
spread recognition :: the -.val per l=::e 3cr.s
- e :ec.."_'. :: an ar.cent r.tr zr. P.suver
-5 tz: the a:: : *.:;
SOME 600 persons honored Samuel Fnedland Sunday m
a testimonial dinner at tbe Di Lido hotel. President of TenuTi
H Mr Fnedland is a noted philanthropist in the America ]
comntu&itv Hi* effort* in behalf of our local Combined Jewiali
as well as national LJA and Israel Bond*, are legion And Ji
increasingly food things about the work in which hi- Food F* j
dataoa is engaging.
Principal speaker at the dinner was Dr. Louis Kinke!***.
cellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Dr f2?
came here to pay tribute to Mr Fnedlaad. one of the Seanam!
ot benefactors, and this be did with gusto. The eminent
ia his address, coaeerned himself with the moral cofuuteaq
tune and came to the conclusion that it is in a woefully depleu]
dxtion Drawing a simile from the world of finance. Dr.
said that our society may be regarded in fight of it- "structa*!
*ood will" characteristics.
In terms of structure, he said it seemed clear to him that tat I
of nations is moving toward a kind of machinery aimed at i
justice, whose function it will be "to suppress injustice So th
-. bserved. when the IS. seeks for the return of a j
ruoned by Red China, it can. through this machinery
- freedomnot beg for it. But the chancellor appeared lea"!
c so far as his second category was concerned He could ti
r.owbere. continuing with his oriental example by remarkm!
- i pear and American Caucasians are odonferoj- uj the (
ce versa
By contrast Dr Finkelstein pointed to Maimonide- as aI
hal of the unity of structure and morality. Referring to tat'
pentance." he illustrated the possibility of the-------ulamj
antithesis. Maimocides, he said, called a Je* a bad Jeii
the anthropomorphic nature of God. But Rabbi Ah
Ben Das id commenting oa taw passage, denied the ffiaihta jj
led right to charge a Jew with heresy, who atosU
complete faith a clearly expressed passage ia Genesis
TitVreih Ifliacl Expands
la* ad
zi. N arias, he _~r. e: 5 prepcred
i_t.es ::. North Miami are. ana
hag bean maoa Mc**aarj as c
SI pa r_.tr
__ z the cast >.t
I p to Mr. Eisenhower
t._e
"mm.re* : preve.-t a_ar.m_ia-
=-.-.- empl:-.-men: welcome
Dbe ;:--.. be directly responsi
to him. This may or may not prove an a a ._.-.-
-; _r.e and the P-res.zr-s general
- :=-. :::: eipress-.~ -_ej c- matters
z: pchcy zzz. e.. the stc.-v
Heretciore V- __se_ncwer has been aiti-
r_ea tri ever, .-._s ra_ac_est supporters on the
way _-. -*-.-.. :.e -rs :z^e renponsibdlifces of Ch^erf ExecuCTe. Only last
weeir. he was severeiy scored for refusing.
z^.tl the last moment, to spell out our govern-
ment s fcreign pobcy with regard to the defense
of rcrmosa.
In the final analysis, therefore, the strength
or weakness of the new committee he has cre-
ates w-_i rest hj Mr Eisenhower's hands.
W be dm in a Mhnrc enient
::: any s;^/.:. ^n:e: ;: l^rre. r.zs
ami lewmfa coaumuiiry
; i expcnsicr.recuir.r.g a lex
r.z.ii *
~r~-~-:' mom :::
'"-^ i and hhrary**m
-: ..
Uadets ban mat it
.;.
'-'- zrz ~ ?eaeraJ ai :5V,-
* --; BOtahm JCOC
-s a _.- i
'-'-' r-- Tbe Cv
and the area un tnaisd ate a keen
daoLenge :c the prospaa :: paricr.- = --
*e -^e ia the narna nl (adaism a
cc j-.-y :e.;:.;-:
I orlh^omintt I'ubli, alio,,
Tr.e Arr.erc-r. Jew^h Tercentenary Commit-
tee -as :..-.r... -nnounced that :ts ten-volume
avxranaentary History of lews and their contri-
J^? fL**"-8- durin9 the past three cen-
tanea won clenrntely be pabKshed as a memo-
rial at tbe current celebration.
T*is certainly good news, for such a his-
tory will prove mvahiable. There is a fair
number of one-volume works, but none of them
can take the place of a detailed research pro-
ject that would give us a clear picture of Jew-
h development here.
Manyhistorians and aociologists. for exam-
ple, conmra* to lament me lack of a decent
reserence source on participation of Jews in
Ainencan wars. Others are disconcerted over
the dearth of mformation on Jewish contribu-
tion* to tbe making of our frontier.
Turkey Mav Appeal
Turkey's consideration of appec i.^b
League to recognise Israel as c member" of the
temdy of nation* hi a progressive stec i= an
area of the world otherwise torn hv diesse-
for internationai protocoL "t*^
Turkey to recogrnzed by the U5. as the too
muitary power in the Near East Ir ml 2^
at leas, the appeal should carry^ ^
There can be httle rejoicing tor the prosoeas
of success. Arch recclcitraW end -.S
ambition to destroy Israel are we*' crn. ^f
the one bnght spofm an oSirwii -'
anon is that Turkey has. thuIfaTTerusea lT\
prey to Arab threau and dissa- J^t M
.adiHonal Turk*h ^h^f^ewIS
Turkey carries on active trade wMi U^i
It is therefore clear thrr* .k i .
J:endly relat^ns 'Ks^S. "LfeK
democracies in that area 3 a resiess woS*
FOR OR. F:r.keUtem. the high regard in which both these
.Sequent generations becomes the unm '*ui
en must aspire Seemingly opposing stands, he said, are a.
both are revered as ijrmbulj of umver^l wisdom i
aast, he noted, is marked by no such happy marriage W
according to the Seminary- chancellor, modern historyand j
woeful diad\antagewill be recorded by future eras as hanaf I
:erek>ped structurally and underdeveloped morally To ml
own example We may be learning to deal with our neighbor's;
site instinct- but we continue to find him odonferou-
For proof of his stand. Dr Finkelstein observed that ..
-.. during the pest thirty yean has, with one minor a
produced no great ethical work and that not one moral system
parabie to Aristotle's has emerged among us in three centimes. V.
..xrr.ed up the unfortunate path takes hi the development di
natior. epistemology by drawing a sensitive picture of humaal
tson. in which men concerning themselves with structure and men
cerrung themsehe: ith morality fail to communicate.
The -tructure men" are. of course, those in the fields of u-
And. according to Dr Finkelstein, a further example di
astigmatism lies in tbe fact that these prevail in far ma
- the -men of morality- Dr. Finkelstein s idea! cksrbj
merger of both, typified by Maimonides. who was scier
a all at once Tbe alternative presents a ,v_
rj men in a world at war made increasingly ugtyl
ture of technology, a system that correspond^ to the arm
c reptiles, unchangable by the increment of discovery i
dedicated to selfdestruction.
-.- nan and educator can agree wits 1
unhappily, permitted him>e'! ^veral
deeply at the ultimate realization of his vision
t be resolved if that simoo is not to seem even m^re <"
:ace of hu plea for what he. himself, ell- multd
n charged American crvdixation
n of omission, as he sees it. at wbosel
ed mora.

UT IF Dr Fmkel-tein deplores this omission in truth theal
jdgingiy accepts the value system according H
action*. I do not want to be drawn into the csldHaJ
;.nj; about comparative greatness. Who was -greater -T^
*>erdi or Purcell* Mosart or Beethoven- El <--.
'lagora, or St. Thomas Aquinas' It would be as frafl
'- reUtiv. ------ f Hkmilli Mi TT "Hmi
exampie Nor do I car* to defend the unfortunate schisB
rT7.vani'1>rxt,c*r -". m our time. 1 deplore it at
i" rmkelsteu does and am similarly aware of the resulting _
*mJ^ lh*jT* nmua* t* Jmes and John Dewey. to take **<,
*M ^'wopswrs for the sake of illustration. re the
aem,n.,|,^l,l*-f00- ^ The Jmess*. concept of p,
aSethu ^ >eU ^ DT*"r- Andetaoa sad Dos Passo< to**!
PPUeable to our civih**ta. it represenU precisely that
JJur, and moralit, which Dr Finketotet. keVkaTdoe, not et
f^10"**.* of a people is bred bv ,ts created coaacience and Ad
^Vt'*F* ,h* An^erSTcoUcallee^ coaUl
,NSsoc,S0.EeaMO" *-! fM
peantoWh.lh,iLU MO_Jniaor "t of arguascat Nostalg" for sW]
SoTof -^f ,P!^eCtK'n ,>p,f*d b> Aristotle is no step in thifj
'moraL,; ^ul ^ anDed ehiertog the unity of str*tn*j
Md sens7h.Trtt wHkK- for '"? wo seeks the marriage of *
Mty m, tndMtiotul An4UcmBiiaB. u ,* thj
mor.i^Tlr?* m b**fd < inhuman kiad of pragmatisa <
evidet^i.'y ** y**>ein. that chaage is necessary th*
values on fa JZTJ!?"^** Mnl* to m,,h,' *
cul rZr n,*'r,,,> fkaracteriaed Mr. Friedland as -a*"
nil;"""5 0b^'n we must guard -J
i geneS^ln'HL!.r hoo* *" to thieve +*
dan o/m/rry* "h0 *d Amerieaa erriltatm* *
* i^ZZSrZtT]^ precmrty what I-e^ ^
"""aoas unity based on indigenous characteristics.


! JANUARY 28, 1955
>rin to Chair
lary Group
Ililporin, vice president
Be Kmanu-EI, has been
liiiirman of the reception
for the mid-winter con-
ii the national planning
of the Jewish Theologi-
nary of America. Halper-
lintment was announced by
Ross, of New York City,
[chairman of the commir-
i has played an active
liami Beach Chamber of
te and on the 40th anni-
fruinmittee of the city and
er chairman of the Samuel
testimonial.
kcntaiives of six Greater
n i six other synagogues
but Florida will work with
and Rabbi Joel S. Gef-
Ipnal director of the Semi-
Icld activities, in organiz-
for a dinner Feb. 13 at
lid., hold, which will cli-
conlcrence.
Kmanu-El. North Shore
>nter. Beth David, North
ivi-h (enter, Zamora Jew-
It.i. West Miami Jewish
temple Beth El, of West
..nil. Temple Sinai and
loth Sholem of Hollywood, ;
i'nai Israel of St. Peters-1
pie Israel of Orlando and
honville Jewish Center al-
ive named delegates to the
committee,
tnup held an organizational
(tin- week at the Shelborne
rim h will be the site of
(meetings of the conference
the delegates to the com
re: Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
uu::,-.. Aisenberg, Murray
jm, Mrs. Fred Blank, Rab-
( hapman, Louis A. Char-
|rtimer Cohen. Mrs. Irving
Irs Louis Cohen, Nathan
Mrs. Nathan Davidoff,
ried, Ezra Finegold, Sam
imuel Friedland, Dr. Clem-
leimis, Dave Goodman, Ja-
bson, Rabbi Leon Hurwitz,
jbson, Harry Kaplan, Isa-
Imer. Charles Kratka
puss, Rabbi Max Landman,
ring Lehrman, Rabbi Sam-
t. Mrs. Harry Levitt, Rabbi
fMallinger. Abraham Mal-
ria Marlin. Dr. Herman
Siz. Benjamin Miller, Al-
fvll. Rabbi Henry Okolica,
Peiser, Allen H. Poaster,
+Je*lsti HeHdtOm
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THE TERCENTENARY STORY
Copyright. 154, by American J.wl.h Pre.t
16. Mordecai Manuel Noah
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tel. Miss Tartaalia is a facul-
ty member of the Miami Con-
servatory of Music.
Ben Rosenthal, Dr. Alvin Savage,
Leo B. Schwack, Herbert E. Scher,
Jack SeiUln, PhiUp Selber, Rabbi
David Shapiro, Bert Sher. Rabbi
Philip Shnairson, Dr. Israel Spiers.
Bernard Supworth, George J. Tal-
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Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Rabbi Hen-
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Schwartz to Serve Hew Term As Hebrew free Loan Heed
Isadore Schwartz was reelected
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Free Loan Association at
a meeting held in the Town Branch
of the Jewish Community Center
this week.
Other officers named include
Max Rappaport. first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Anna Block, second vice
president; Mrs. Y. Bernstein, third
vice president
M. Mintzer. treasurer; Leo Oster,
Morris Marks Dies in
Miami Home at Age of 80
Morris (Pop) Marks. 80, died Sun-
day in his home at 4351 SW 4th st.
He was the retired owner of the
Marks Bros, wreckers and Marks
Bros, paving contractors, of Miami
Beach. A resident here for the
past 31 years, he came from Wind-
sor, Canada.
Surviving are his wife, Ray; six
sons, Samuel, Isidore, Herman,
Paul, Gene and Stanley, all of Mi-
ami; two daughters, Mrs. Kather-
ine Glazet, of Washington, D.C.,
and Mrs. Evelyn Klein, of Miami;
a sister, Mrs. Edith Skolnik, of Mi-
ami; 17 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Services were held in the Gor-
don Miami Chapel with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
financial secretary; Mrs. Zelda
Kunst, recording secretary; and
Mrs. 1. Ochs, corresponding secre-
tary.
Members elected to the credit
committee were Mrs. M. Eckhaus.
L. Weintraub and S. Siegel.
Board of directors include L.
Weintraub. S. Siegel, M. Redlich.
S. Wilchyk and the Mesdames I.
Ponder, B Rosenberg. G. Indgin.
H. Kan and R. Sakowitz.
Program chairman will be Mrs.
Indgin. with Oscar Rappaport act-
ing as parliamentarian.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Mrs. Schonfeld Dead at 72;
Active in Religious Circles
Mrs. Fannie Schonfeld. 72, a Mi-
ami pioneer, died Saturday night
at her home. 1420 SW 11th ter.
She came here from Jacksonville
39 years ago.
She was the widow of the late
Joseph Schonfeld, one of the or-
ganizers of Beth David Synagogue
in 1916.
She was also active in the forma-
tion of Beth El Synagogue, the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion on 12th ave., and was a mem-
ber of the local Chesed Shel Ernes.
She leaves a son, Abe Schonfeld,
a Miami attorney, two daughters,
Mrs. Ethel Gerson, Miami, and Mrs.
Jane Kanter, of Passaic, N.J., and
six grandchildren.
Services were held in Gordon Fu-
neral Home Chapel, with Rabbis
Simon April and S. T. Swirsky offi-
ciating. Burial took place in the
family plot in Woodlawn Park
Cemetery.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 178060
JAHEH l: HC UUlNNHBb, I'lalntllf
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of Comphiat for Dtvorca baa bean
liU'il ailml >.ni. and you ,u.- i..|.i,i..l
to MTV* a lopy of your Ann.i M
lleadinv to the 1:111 of i'omplalnl on
the plaintiff.- Attorney, i'HAKi.ks .1
fOL'RSHON, Ksy., sat Lincoln Road,
Miami li.-a.h. Florida, and ill. the
orii.-n.il Answer or I'leadiiiK in the
oifi.,- of the cUrti of the Ctri ill
Court on or before the 2::id day ol
February, IMS. If you fail to do ao,
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Florida, this 2ith day of January,
A.D. IMS.
I a LEATHERN \.V
Clark, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
Bl l( H RICE. JR..
(Circuit Court Seal) lx-putv Cleik
I 2S 3/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 175778
FRANCES .-illllTMAN. Plaintiff
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nUDAY. JANUARY .
.-

Miss Miriam Gerstein
Lace for Marriage t<>
In a candlelight ceremony on
Sunday. Jan 23. al the Empress
hotel. Mis- Miriam France- Midy
Gerstein. daughter of Mr and Mr?
Arthur Gerstein. Covington. Ga..
became the bride of Robert R.
Frank, -cm 0< Mr and Mr- Mil
Frank. 1350 Michigan ave Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the
North Shore Jewish Center, offi-
ciated. Decor of the entire wed-
ding was pink and white.
Best man was Joe Gerstein. of
Atlanta. Ga.. brother of the bride.
Maid of honor was Phoebe Sper-
ling. Pickens. S.C.. cousin of the
bride.
Elliot Weston. Ely West, Morris
Wekstein. Bertram Kfare. Jules
Freeman. Eugene Weiss. Allan
Zerzer. Allan Wilson were u-her-
The bridal gown of imported
chantilly lace was fa-hioned with
a fitted bodice illusion neckline
embroidered with iridescent se-
quins and pearls, long sleeve- end-
ing in wrist point and bouffant
skirt of tulle with an overskirt of
chantilly lace extending into a
cathedral train. Her fingertip
French illusion veil was attached
to a crown of matching lace and
iridescent sequins. She carried
white orchids on a Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Em-
ory University Academy. Oxford.
Ga. She received her degree at the
University of Georgia and i- a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
cial sorority. She was in the Pan-
dora Beauty Court.
The groom attended New York
University and received hi- BA de-
green at the University of Miami
and the LLB degree at the I'M I.aw
School. He is a member Nu Beta
Epsilon legal fraternity and a part-
ner in the law firm ol Summer,
Frank and Weston, Miami Beach
A reception and formal dinner
followed at the Empress. The cou-
ple Hew to Mexico City for their
honeymoon and upon their return
will make their home in Miami
Beach.
Out-of-town guests included Mr-
Ernest Gerstein, Dominican Re-
public: Mr. and Mrs Morn- Sper-
ling, Los Angeles, Cal; Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Levine. N.Y.; Mr. and
Mr?. Harry Duke, Brooklyn: Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Gertz. Akron, O.: and
Mr. and Mr- Joe Gerstein. Brook-
lyn.
Chooses Chantilly
Hubert H. Frank
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Alii
Mrs. Robert I. hmmk
Cali#, Glantz
Troth Revealed
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Cahg. of
Allison Park. Pa., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Sandy Diane, to Arnold Samuel
Glantz. son of Mr. and Mr- Her-
shey Glantz. 1401 SW 17 ter Mi-
ami.
Sandy is a sophomore at the Ini-
Miss MalterWeds
David Hoffspiegcl
In Rites al Colony
Dec Vt was thi d
.,, Mis Harriet Matter and
bride,
rents are Mr and Mr-.
w.,- married to the son ol Mr and
Mr- George Hoffsi 'he
y, with Rabbi Irvini Lenr-
man offici
Th. shion-
! ed w.th a Bru-
Iwith
i bout: skirt with i
tram H< : fingertip
length tulle veil was itUched to
1 pearl and sequin crown, and
?he carried white orchids 01
,rand-
.
Mr- Roberts Sandier cousin <>f
the bride was matron of honor
Hiss Luba Ben-
ton i rilyn Goldstein
were hnde-maids Susan Halter,
sister of the br tl >wer girl
Roy Hoffspiegel, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. and Ush-
ii eluded Irwin B< rman, Shep
, ard Masarek and Edu
The bride attended Miami K
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Georgia
Mr Hoff.piegel alto attended
Miami Beach Senior High School,
Carnegie Institute of Techno
when he was a member of Beta
aternit). the L'niver-
:. .situ and Emorj I i

Miss Arlvn K^J
Chooses .liine i
June 4 is the date Mi-
Rosalind Farhie ha, i*?'
marriage to Harris vTl
-th. They., be w,.d ^
Manor, Miami Beach
Miss Farhie. daughter !
Mrs. Wi.ham Farhie, 329, Jj
ter., is a senior at v.JI
School where she beCul
versified Cooperative
Club.
Mr. Horvath is the moi
and Mrs. Benjamin HorvatkT
( NW 20th st. He k a gra^i
I Miami Jackson High White-l
I University of Miami, he bJ
; member of Pershmg Rj|u.
ary ROTC society.

1
Mrs. Owiii Haffsaieief
Miss Weller to Wed
Alan Greenwald
March wedding in Detroit will
unit in marriage Miss Miriam Gail
Weller. 447 Coral Way. Coral Ga-
bles, and Alan Frank Greenwald.
son of the Emanuel Greenwalds.
Hazleton, Pa.
Miss Weller is the .daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Weller, De-
troit. A former University of Mi-
ami student, she is staff member
of the UM library.
Mr. Greenwald received his BA
and MS degrees in psychology
from the UM, will continue his stu-
dies in psychology at the Univer
sity of Chicago.
Tooley Myron
Mist Sonly Calif
yersity of Miami. She is majoring
in apparel designing. She is sweet-
heart of her fiance's fraternity
Tau Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Glantz is a senior at the
I niversity of Miami and will re-
ceive his BBA degree Jan. 31 His
majors are management and mar-
keting.
An Air Force veteran, he 1- a
member and past president of Tau
Epsilon Phi social fraternity He
is also president of Alpha Sigma
i psilon, national interfraterniti
leadership honorary.
During his college career. Glanti
has been active in PEP Club, home-
coming committee, chairman of
the student finance committee and
1 ecretary-al large on th, ores!
dent cabinet of student bods
eminent
Arnold was recent!} chosen f..r
his extracurricular activities to be
listed ,n "Who's Who in An,e,,
can Colleges and Universitii
The couple are planning an Au-
gust wedding.
Mitt Miriam G. Wtller
Mrs. Schwartzman
To be Hostess
Hanna Senesh Group of Hadas-
sah will be entertained by Mrs
Murray Schwartzman, 6225 rd at
an Oneg Shabbat Saturday. Jan.
29. Mrs. Max Weitz will discuss
her recent visit to Israel. A musi-
cal program will be offered by Mr
Uu Brown, accompanied by Mrs
Margaret Yoman.
PERSONALLY
S P E A K I N G
I" tninenl Ji wish leaders vaca
ti I include
Mr- Maurice Zackheim,
' M : I
L'sdan, Ml V. rnon, N Y ; Mr and
Mr- Sam Rosengarten, Brooklyn:
and Mr and Mr- Joseph Rabino-
vitz Brookline. Mass Zackheim is
president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit and the Unit-
ed Hebrew Schools of Dei nut and
honorary chairman of the Hebrew
Schools' board ol education 1 sdan
is chairman ol the Mt Vernon Jew
ish 1 enter board of directors
Rosengarten 1- pre idi nl ol Brook-
lyn's Yeshiva Toras ernes, and
Rabinovitz, president of New Eng-
land's Stop and Shop super mar
kets, 1- one of that area leading
Jewish spokesmen.
'
Former New York leader Ed Kel-
man-, now owner ol Miami Beach -
new Motel Ankara. is hosting Mr
and Mr- .1 A Price, of Willoughbj
0., and owners of the well known
Uorche-tcr racing stabli
'
Mi- 1 eh.i Diamond, of Brook
lyn, N.V is -pending a three week
vacation with Rev and Mr- Mor-
ris D. Mager. 4555 North Bav rd
Mrs Diamond is national president
of ihe Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Ministers and Cantors \-
sociation ol An
''" Braverman, president of
Dynamc Appliances ,. taking In
J *"r,,"":'1 Association of Home
11,1.....,r~ meetings in Chicago He
h" b.,so "'"- 1 the
,"'I";:M organization while there
/;" V< I v| Los Angeles are
ton he retun to Mian ,
at inn
with Mr an I Mrs |
man ol v
ft th Ham,,,,,,.,
Mass., rounder of to,, v
S
Now residing at the o> ,
Greater New V,,k' 'MlUlt" "'
the Women's ISStmiSffl '"
Hosp.tal and also nclon,/ """
board of the Jewto, H2 ,h<'
Aged Aux.liar" s,,;iH,"r,hp
(iarricn Ceremony
For Elise Stein
A garden wedding on June 12 is
a date to be looked forward to by
Shirie) Elise Stem and A. Alan
Sobel.
Mr and Mrs Henry A. Stein,
, 1710 SW 18th at., are announcing
i their daughter's engagement.
She graduated from Miami Sen-
High School where she was a
member >f Osum honorary' music
society. She attended the Univer-
sity of Miami for one year.
Mr Solid 1, the son of Mr. and
Mr- Leo Sobel. 2170 SW 19th st.
He also was graduated from Miami
High School and the Uni-
versitj ol Miami, where he wa- a
member of Tau Epsiloa Phi fra-
itj
He 1- now attending Southern
. Optometrj in Memphis.
A dm mber of Omega Ep-ilon Phi
I fraternity he la presi-
dent of the Florida Club and past
president ol Hlllel
Miss Arlyn I. Faraft
Miss Sperling Will
Live in Phiiadclpj
June 26 ceremony in Ph
pria will unite Mis
ling and Herbert V,, ,mraaj
that city, in marri
The bride-elect 1- the dausj
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul SperliotJ
ami Beach. Mr. Wemtraub ill
son of Mrs. Henry Shaw andj
Weintraub.
Rabbi S. M. Machtoi. uf
will officiate. Edu in WeinH
and Mrs. Leona Levine will at)
the couple.
Sweet Sixteen
Candlelight tea was held oa I
22 in honor of Marcia Braun'sl
birthday at Burdinc tea
with 27 guests present March.I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Soil
Braun, attends Miami Senior I
School and is a member of Ti
B'nai B'rith Girls.
Mill Shirley I. Sfeia
Mizrachi to Mark
Brenner Anniversary
The 59th wedding anniversary of
Mr and Mr- Joseph Brenner. 927 I
h St., Miami Beach, will be mark-
ed by Miami Beach Chapter of Mix-
Woroeni Organization on
evening, Jan 30, at Beth
itton.
, '"". Miami raddeali
'or the past ik )e ..,. .,
l,ul,!"11- >3 grandchildren and 5
dren
Childra are resi-
nl and in-
" Robert Bren-
and '; imLBrtn-
Mr "d Mr- Nathan Hoch-
">. Mr and Mrs Herman Bren-
Mr ft .,.,.1 Mrs Herman Begard
I unin Mey-
,,r'"-"i- ol .1,. mmbmjumt *m
"'r "'" 'or the children's Village
- hairman of lhe *
"rUta PaulixMChiU
<-|n,m1eeill(.h:;r.of
"'V:dud- Mesdames ,.
ST,! s,r's -*- -
Oneq Shabbat on
The Paole Zion OrganiixthnJ
cooperation with Farhand. P
Women and Histadrut Con
Onag Shabbat on Friday eve
Jan: 28, at the Park Central f
Mrs. Bert Goldstein, former I
dent of Pioneer Women's 0V
ation, will be guest speaker.
Namexl 'Best Cook'
Mrs. William S. All man. of]
NW 47th ter., Miami, has
named "Best Cook of lhe WJ
by Tifereth Israel Norths!*1
ter Sisterhood. Mrs A It max 1
charter member of the ladiesl
...iiii/atMii
* it a
Visiting Kolman Luria, or
! ,-t ave., are his son .,nd daul
in law, Dr. and Mrs. SidiK
Bridgeport, Conn


r. JANUARY 28. 1955
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[Shochet Returns
Trip Abroad;
[I at Party
Ethel Shochet has relumed
m following a 7V4-month
>oad. Mrs. Shochet left tfew
>r Switzerland via TWA on
to join her daughter and
(w, Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley
rf Washington, D.C.
ving a tour of Switzerland,
[traveled through Italy,
England, Belgium and
rk.
last seven weeks abroad
pen) in Israel, where Mrs.
and the Binders were"en
ril by government, officials,
tturncd to the United States
: Christopher Columbo.
khochet is spending- the win-
jlhe Sterling hotel.
unil Mrs. Harry Gordon and
Mrs. George Chertkof were
|t a welcome-home party in
Bf Mrs Shochet at Ihe Gor-
fcidence, 2201 South Miami
hn Tuesday evening. The
be-home motif was carried
[the decorations. Guests in-
Reception to Honor
Henry Friedman
Henry Friedman will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Jan. 29, during services of Beth H
Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate, with Can-
tor Kishel Lutman rendering the
musical portions
of the liturgy.
Henry is the
son of Mr. Sam
Friedman. 1838
SW 9th st.. Mi-
ami, and the late
Rose Friedman.
He will address
the, congregation,
with Rabbi Swir-
sky responding.
Kiddush will fol-
low t h e cere-
] mony.
Among out-of-town guests, all
I from New York, will be his grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Wei-
thorn; Mrs. William Dimenstein,
and daughter. Bernice, an aunt and
cousin; Mr. and Mrs. David Man-
delbaum, uncle and aunt; and cou-
sin and aunt, Mrs. Sol Weithorn
I and son, Ivan.
Henry
L. J. Hartz. Mr. and Mrs. A reeption will be given in
Silver, Mr. Silvers sister. I l,enry *n?r on Sunday. 3 to 5
Jonah Caplan, Mr. and Mrs. p m;- mtJh(: h"mf.of h's uncJe "nd
nah Coplan, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr Mr*,.Sam S-itlin,
C. Myers, Rabbi S. M. Mach- ] SW ^ M,aml
\. and Mrs. Sam J. Heiman,
Mrs. Ben Rosenberg, Mr.
Irs. Maurice Grossman.
bi and Mrs. Benjamin Gross-
If Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Max
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin.
Adelman. Mr. and Mrs.
Adelman, Mr. and Mrs
K Kaufman, Mrs. Sally Card
\v and Mrs. Harry Kanter.
Nettie Melker. Sterling ho
Ir and Mrs. Louis Heiman. I
|i:il Mrs. Max Kupfcrstein, ,
Khochet, Mr. and Mrs. Myer
rtz. Mr. and Mrs. Israel
tz. Charlotte, N.C.. Dr. and
Frank Schuster, Brooklyn.
Bd Mrs. George B. Feller, j
Gi rd n end Mrs. Emanuel
Ant more
Harvey Meltzer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Meltzer. 535
West 30th St., will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Jan. 29, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronlsh will officiate. Harvey
is a student at Beth Sholom
religious school and attends
eighth grade of Nautilus Ju-
nior High School.
pert Proceeds Slated
jrael Schools
fcert will be held Wednesday
In. I'el) 9. at the Nemo hotei.
Vs wil1 hi' sent to the Rabbi
and Bnai Brock Yeshivas in
I for children. Mr. and Mrs.
' Sir are sponsors of the an-
Iffair. Morris Swerdlove will
the piano.
sbergs in Concert
Imi Beach Recreation Depart-
(will sponsor a concert at the
kunity Center, 2100 Washing-
ive on Wednesday evening,
|2. at 8:30. Featured artists
be Cantor Ben Grossberg, of
inticello Park Congregation,
| his wife, Theresa Ronson,
I soprano.
Acrtmiw
Jeffrey Huberman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Huberman,
701 West 47th st., Miami
Beach, was Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning serv-
ices of Temple Beth Sholom
on Jan. 22. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiated. Jeffrey is a stu-
dent at Beth Sholom religious
school, and is in the eighth
grade of Nautilus Junior High
School.
Ardniore
Michael Tespler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Tessler, will
cebbrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El on Satur-
day, Jan. 29, during the morn-
ing service. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Mich-
ael is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High
School and is in the graduat-
ing class of the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
Film to b Shown
"Children With Nephrosis," a
film on the dread disease, will be
held at a meeting of the Physi-
cians Wives Club of Greater Mi-
ami at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Solomon B. Goldman, 2439 Merid-
ian ave Tuesday evening, Feb. 1.
,i'J
,.*!'<
cater Miami Chapter of Hadasoah will spon
|tne Cinema Theater Feb. 22 through 24. Mea
N different tales of life in the new Jewinh Sta
>eting in the home of Mrs. Moo Feingold, 89
te president of Hadassah; George Cohen, pu
)nt. Greater Miami Chapter; Harry Rogers
iirman; and Leonard Woipe, radio and telo
l\H\HMH
sor the all-Israeli film production, "Chamisha,"
ning "five" in Hebrew, "Chamisha" is based on
te. Shown planning for the three-day run at a
Bay Heights dr., are the Mesdames J. Davis,
blic relations chairman; Samuel Sakrais, presi-
publiclty chairman; Feingold, Youth Aliyah
vision chairman.
David Swartz Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Swartz, will become Bar Mitzvah
at the Saturday morning service of
Beth David Congregation. Jan, 29.
David is a seventh grade student
at the Ponce de Leon Junior High
School and has been a student in
the Beth David religious school for
seven years.
Flying down to Miami for the
occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, of Waterbury. Conn.,
brother and sister-in-law of Mrs.
Swartz. Mr. Rosengarten is na-
tional president of the United
Synagogue of America.
Other out-of-town guests are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Levitt, of Dorches-
ter, Mass and Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Rosengarten, St. Petersburg,
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Gables Woman
To Chair CJA
Pace Setters Tea
Hn Loui- E. Goldman will be
i man of the Combined '
Appeal Miami-Coral Gab!--- Pace
Setters Tea. it has been announced
kin. Samuel Simonhoff. CJA
Women- Division chairman
Mr- Goldman's group ha.- held
several planning meeting- attend-
ed by Coral Gables and Southwest
Miami leaders to arrange the im-
portant fund raising event.
+jfitffkrkSar
FRIDAY, JANUARY
I
Mrs. lewis I. Gilimon
On Thursday, Feb 3 the com-
mittee will hold its third p
at the home of Mrs. Goldman. 6501
Granada blvd.. Coral Gables.
The Pace Setters Tea baa been
scheduled for Tuesday. Feb 8. in
the Goldman home.
Members of the planning com-
mittee appointed by Mrs Goldman
include the Me-dame- Meyer A.
Ba-kin. Sam Heiman. Stanley C.
Myers, George Chertkof. Aaron
Kanner and Sam WeiaaaL
Also serving on the committee
will be the Mesdames Leo Acker-
man. William Berkey. Harry' Gor-
don. Max Hoffman. Aaron Kravitz.
Oida Rubin. Samuel T Sapiro, Wil-
liam D. Singer. Bernard Steven-.
William Weintraub and A. i
WeUins.
Arveys to Host CJA
Women's Division Affair
lead ar.rl M *r"
mj arOl
buied Jewish Appeal Hamm't Di-
hB after
Jan 31. at their horn- 426
dr
Mrs. Jack A
Women I chairman
head the I ^aj"'
fund raiding event to be sponsored
in the diu-
Prir.cipal speaker at tJe wen-
en's kickoff went will be John
Stanley Grauel executive director
of '.he American Christian i
tine Committee, who recently re-
turne : .-at of
Morocco. Tuxke> an I I-raeJ .
the
leaders of the women's group will
be Col Aney nationally known
Democratic lea
Increased tempo m activities of
the Combined Jeui-h Appeal V
en Division week
in announcement of num>
piannins dm
r- y< ar Lunch-
eon met
of Mrs, Moe Ft i M nday.;
The- ng of
th<- Miami I Set-
mmittee j- held
day r
Stan!<
Plan- are rapr: pa for
this major vent for 1
day. Ft-b 8. at the home ol Mr-
Goldman
The second committe-
of the Patron T- i group, headed
b) Mrs. Jack A Ablin. held their
final planr n in the offices
of the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation on Wedne-day
Sponsor's Tea group will hold'
a meeting on Wedne-day. Feb. 2.
at the home of Mr' Milton Sirkin.:
Final meeting of the Miami-Coral
Gables Pace Setter- hi- been sched-
uled for Thursday. Feb. 3. at the
home of Mr. and Mr- William D i
Singer. 6945 Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables.
Members of the Sponsor Tea
Committee have called a worker -
meeting for Wednesday, Feb. 9. at'
the home of Mr. and Mrs George
Goldberg. 3542 Flamingo dr, Mi-
ami Beach.
Ml
&
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Qai : .-.. e A Trades Divisions to go into action is the Liquor Division shown,
Seven Seas Re_- Seated >left to right; are Marvin Flonnan. co-chairman; Ho
-o-chasrnan: Al Goodmcn, cc-chairman; Jay Weiss, cochairman; Leo A. C
rood and Per?::-: Service Division. Standing (left to right) are Bucky Gray,
Don Bellamy. Harry Goodm an. William Lee and Harold Lewin.
Mrs. Skop to Address
Jacksonville Sisterhood

Sui Mrs. SI
S '
- p.irt of a program
of the South*
Tern; an affilial
h> N nal Federv
Mr- Harold Thurman. of 3801
ral Gables,
ident of Southeast Federation and
chairman of Florida's
caravan, revealed that other wom-
en are currently joining Mr- Skop
in addressing organizations
throughout the region.
Among them, in addition to
Mr- Thurman. are the Mesdames
A I. Brown. Leon Ell. Marius Han-
son and Leopold Schwartz.
Mr- Skop is a graduate of New
York University School for Jewi-h
Teacher- She attended the Na-
tional Academy of Fine Arts and
accomplished portrait painter
'Celebrity Day' Plans
Mapped by Serbin
Plans are going ahead for the
"West ebnty Day. a full
day's program in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
According to John Serbin. chair-
man, outstanding sport- celebrities
and personalities in the entertain-
ment world are being invited to
participate in a profes-ional-ama-
teur golf tournament.
Entertainment and a gala din-
ner function is also included in the
full day's program. It is expected
that the committee will set the
date for mid-February
Key workers appointed by Ser-
bin to a-.-i-t with arrangements
are Al Goldbach. Sam Heiman.
Cocktail Party Slated
Stag cocktail party and social
evening will be held at the home
Of Mr and Mr- Leo Ackerman.
1384 sw 18th st on Thursday
rung. Feb. 3.
Ackerman i- serving as chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Insurance and Finance Divi-
sion, and ha- invited a group of
leading people in the insurance
and finance categories to confer
with him on the organization of
his division.
Ackerman Is a pioneer founder
and worker in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and is active in
a variety of community welfare
programs.
Aaron Kanner. Stanley ( ||yeri
David Phillips. Sam Resnick. Ber-
nard Wagner. Bernard Wall Carl i
Wemkle and William Weintraub
L
Coral Gables area campaign gets under way with top cam-
paigners accepting pledge assignments. Shown (left to rirS
85=5 ggsnS
ruhes chairman George ChertkoL commu-
Xational Council
Open Meetings
Both Council of Jewish Women's
organizations will hold their i
lar monthly open meetings on
Wedni Fternoon. F> I
Former Florida Senator Claude
- iii be principal speaker
at th<- Royal York hotel lor the
Beach group, and Bill Baggs will
speak al Roubec hall for the Town
Chairmen will be Mr- Maurice
Serotta and Mr- David Br.
In addition regular program chair-
men Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mr-
Louis Spertor will assist
At the Royal York, Pepper will
discus- the general political scene
followed by a short talk on resolu-
tions by Mr-. Maurice Serott, i|.
lustrated with a ten minute -kit on
state constitutional revision
At Roubec hall, Baggs will con
duct a panel discussion on "See
It Now He will interview Paul
Hellawell. a Republican, and Neil
Rut ledge, a Democrat. Their topic
will be -Outlook for the 84th Coo.
Mr- Jean Lehman and Mr-
Leon Kaplan, president- of the
two group-, as well as Mr- Samuel
Berlin and Mrs Herbert Scher
vice pre-ulents in charge of edu
cation, announce that both meet-
ings wil] Mart at 1 pm
On.Tuesday. Feb. 1, the section
board ,,t council will meet for a
workshop luncheon from in to "!
P-m at the Biscaya* Terrace hotel
Mis- s,ra Lee Berkman. ol \,.w
York rv who ,s n (
representative of Council, will c,n
duct the workshop
'Cor Project Highligh
Of Center Meeting
M?m ?"* Te,'ng of ,he heater
Cayre Bar Mitzvah
Joseph Cayre, -on ol Mr and
Mr- Jack Cayre, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple F.manu F.I on
Saturday. Jan 2!> during the morn-
Mai Imng Lehrman
will officiate Joseph i- an eighth
student jt Nautilu- Junior
High Scl member of
the fourth trade in the religious
school oi Temple Emanu-El.
Finkelstein, Sachar
Laud Friedland;
600 Attend Tribute
More than eight year- of service
as president of Temple Kmanu-El
activities in countless other
civic and religious projects were
partially rewarded for Samuel N.
Friedland Sunday night at the Di
Lido hotel as Greater Miami and
American Jewry paid him over-
whelming tribute
Some 600 c.mc and religious
leaders headed by Dr Louis Fink
elstein and Dr Abraham Sach.r
lauded the chairman of the board
Of rood Fair Storm fa, h- com-
munal efforts at a testimonial din-
ner sponsored bj daa TesnpJe,
"1 want to hall s.nu(.i Friedland
u-man. a
-> leader ,n the broad effort of
vi Judaism to establLsh
n America a gr.. ,,,,., ,)lrnor,,
and spiritual inspiration to the
-. Dr F.nke.Me.n said
the ml" .' 'h'' mmt Came *"h
UW Presentat.on of huge plaque
Friedland by Rabbi UhW.n
rlrhhr'"'^ avs.s, ?
Rabbi Lehrman joined with Dr
" sh, KKof Brand^ *
h. ... P a'MnR Prt*>land for
S l'n''nng effort- behalf of
^ried loca, and n.,onal causes
ier Miami Jewish Federa-
Allen Goldberg. M-ns club
-'*". Mrs. ,,,, t,IH.n. 2
r''.....' P^**: and M,s Bin-
ZU2" -
Budapest Four
To Perform H<
The Budapest String
which will appear here on
day evening. Feb 3 at th
County Auditorium, is in sorkj
mand that from a modest hm,
tacular beginning in 1930
concert engagement- have
into a strenuous bu-y annual i
ule of over 100 conrert-
The Budapest four play witi(
warmest understanding of
scores, the subtlest of team
and an almost incredible maid
of tone. Their playing has ah
earned unanimous praise for i
matchless perfection
Most people take it for
that the Budapest String
consists of Hungarian mu
In fact, so persistent i- this
that frequently some Hung
enthusiast addresses tlum in I
"native-' tongue which they
knowledge with shaking
heads. For they are Russians I
birth, and now all are Amen
citiwns. None of them comes I
Budapest.
Joseph Roisman. the first
nist. hails from Odes-a. as
Boris Kroyt. the viola player
violoncellist, Mischa Schneidervl
from Vilna. and the second vt
nist. Jac Gorodetzky. ho
the ranks in 1948. is also a
of Odessa.
They practice three hours a i
and all disputes about inter
tion are put to a majority
But it is during their summer sujl
at Mills College in California tU|
the Budapesters finally have rea|
opportunity to relax.
The extensive travels of tktl
Quartet have not been limited ttl
Europe and America On several
occasions they have journed a.-ur|
afield as Indonesia. North Ainftl
Australia. New Zealand and Japsnl
They have gone to Indonesia foj
times, and on each visit they pbj-j
ed about 35 concerts durial J
period of six weeks.
Miami Bwach Art CenWjJ
nnd an *hibition ol P0"
, inga Monday by
' Straus*.
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JANUARY 28, 1955
Je*lstrtcrktian
PAGE 9 A
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
M ISRAEL will hold Frl-
yng services at 8:15 p.m.,
bin Joseph Narot officiat-
c Universal God" will be
pet of a sermon'by Rabbi
Lsed on Dr. Carl Herman
pently published book.

MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Friday evening services
id 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Taxman officiating. Cen-
will assist. Subject of the
"The Father in the
id Synagogue." Saturday
services are at 9 a.m. Rab-
an will discuss the W'eek-
i. Junior services will be
i. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.,
by Shalos Seudos and

EL CONGREGATION will
^iday evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
will officiate and preach
theme: "The God Who
Iis Face." Cantor Fishel
| will chant the musical por-
the liturgy. Class in San-
|Ls at 4 p.m. Mincha will be
.followed by a discussion
iohar. Junior services are
my Hall at 10 a.m. Henry,
Mr. Samuel Friedman, will
Bar Mitzvah.

U. GABLES JEWISH CEN-
11 hear Rabbi Morris Skop
"Jewish Ethics in the Zo-
ning Friday evening serv-
8:15. Saturday morning
are at 9:45. Michael, son
nci Mrs. Adolph Brown. 501
rd.. Coral Gables, will be-
ar Mitzvah.

OAVID SYNAGOGUE will
\le Friday evening services
p.m. Rabbi Henry B. Wer-
ill discuss: "My Country
and Sanctuary." Oneg Shab-
be sponsored by Mr. and
idore Berman in honor of
aughter, Judith, whose en-
tit is announced, and their
Inc), returned from Korea,
morning services are at
when David, son of Mr. and
ix Swartz. will become Bar
The Swartzes will present
^al offering.

SLER- GRANADA JEWISH
JNITY CENTER will hold
evening services at 5:15
^ith Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
aturday morning services
8:30 a.m. Rev. Heim will
the Weekly Portion and
Ithc liturgy. Junior services
|10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
followed by Shalos Seudos.
kd Mrs, Isaac Cohen will be
I Rev, Heim will preach on
me: 'Pharoah in the Twen-
L'entury."
*
ILEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
}H CENTER will hold Fri-
rening services at 8:15 p.m.,
jtabbi Malcolm Sparer offici-
and discussing: "Jews in
^tion." Saturday morning
es are at 10 a.m. Class for
meets Tuesday evenings at

^ELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 5:30 and
Builders if Immortal
Memorials fir the
Jewish Trait
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Bfc for the 2-Story White
Building
innond Monument Co.
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8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton "Ma-
lavsky officiating and preaching
on: "Being Afraid." Cantor Sam-
uel Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
with Rabbi Malavsky discussing the
Weekly Portion. Mincha will T>e
at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
* *
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND.
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late
services are at 8:15 p.m., with the
junior congregation officiating.
Saturday morning services will be
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will
preach on the theme: "Two-Headed
Man." Cantor Berele Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30
p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Akiva Chill will
preach on the theme: "Religion in
Answer to Mental Disturbance."
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren-
der the musical portions of the lit-
become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the mus-
ical portions of the liturgy.
*
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m. Cantor
Titzchog Katz, of Detroit, Mich.,
and New York, will officiate. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Class in
Talmud meets daily from 2 to 4
p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:40
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will preach on the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m., with
Shalos Seudos following. Sunday
services are at 8 in the morning.
Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:45 in the evening.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating
and preaching on the topic: "Civ-
ilization and Religion." Topic of
his sermon will be: "Does Modern
Cultured Civilization Require Re-
ligion?" Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Class in Talmud
will precede services, at 8. Subject
of the sermon is scheduled as:
"The False Philosophy of Phar-
oah/' Class in Bible is scheduled
for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at
5:30, followed by Maariv.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold late Friday evening serv-
urgy. Saturday morning services ices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David
are at 8:30. The Rabbi will discuss: Shapiro officiating and preaching
"Remember the Day." Junior serv- on tne topic: "How to be Happy As
ices are under the direction of!a Jew." Cantor Joseph Malek will
Rev. A. J. Safra at 9:30. Class in' render the musical portions of the
Candlelighting Time
Shevat 5 5:43 p.m.
Talmud will be led by Rabbi Chill
at 4:45 p.m. Mincha is at 5:45, fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and a ser-
mon on the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and
5:45 p.m.

DOWNTOWN SNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie
Becker will discuss: "Sight and In-
sight." Class in Talmud precedes
the morning service at 8. Bible
study will be conducted at 5 p.m.,
followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz
will be hosts.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. Rab-
bi Isaac Ever will officiate and dis-
cuss: "To Hold a FeastWe Must
Unite." Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
fowed by Shalos Seudos. Morris
Sinitz will be host. Rabbi Ever will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Daily services are at 8 a.m.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30, with
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating
and preaching on the topic: "Whak
is True Democracy" At 4 p.m., the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Shalos Seudos and Maariv
conclude the Sabbath observance.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:45 p.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating and preaching on
the topic: "What is Torah?" Can-
tor Philip Brummer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehrman dis-
cussing the Weekly Portion. Jo-
seph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cayre, and Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Tessler, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in
the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening service's ;it
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "Our Prayers Could Change
the World." Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m., when
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Meltzer, 535 West 30th st., will
liturgy, with the choir assisting
under the direction of Rev. Morde-
chai Haalman. Name-giving cere-
mony will be held for Richard
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
bert Boren. Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rosoff. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Shapiro
discussing the Weekly Portion.
Daily morning services are at 9
a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan officiating
and discussing: "A Personal God."
Cantor Abraham Seif will render
the musical portions of the liturgy
assisted by the junior choir. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m., with Rabbi Caplan speaking
on the Weekly Portion. Bible class
is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at
5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and preaching
on the topic: "Israel vs. Egypt."
Cantor Maurice Neu will render the
musical portions of the liturgy,
with Lucille Moore directing the
choir. Oneg Shabbat following will
be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Banks. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Okolica
discussing: "Redemption of Egyp-
tian Slavery." Junior services are
at 11 a.m. Daily services will be at
7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 p.m., with Guest Rabbi Ben-
jamin L. Grossman, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Hamidrosh Hagodal,
Roxbury, Mass., discussing: "Build-
ing a New World." Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz will officiate. Jerry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Horowitz, will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services at 9:45 a.m.
Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold. Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Guest
Rabbi Hirsh Herson, of Winnipeg,
Canada, will officiate and pre"ach
on the topic: "Blessings of Our
Fathers." Cantor Albert GlanU |
will render the musical portions j
of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will/
Dr. Yitzchak Raphael, mem-
ber of the Israeli Knesseth
and a leader of Hapoel Ham-
izrachi, will be guest of hon-
or at the 16th annual dinner
of Hapoel Hamizrachi on Sun-
day evening, Jan. 30, at New
York's Commodore hotel, it
was announced by Max Hag-
ler, chairman of the New
York Council of Hapoel Ham-
izrachi
Cantor Katz Will
Be Heard at
Beth Tfilah
World famed Cantor Sholom Katz
will appear in Sabbath services and
concert at Congregation Beth Tfil-
ah starting Friday evening, Feb. 4.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Beth
Tfilah spiritual leader, revealed
this week that Cantor Katz will al-
so be heard during services Satur-
day. A "Grand Maariv Concert,"
scheduled Sunday evening, Feb. 6,
will conclude Cantor Katz' week-
end-long appearance.
Reservations may be made at the
congregation. 935 Euclid ave.. Rab-
bi Rackovsky said.
Cantor Katz, in 1941. with 1,600
other Jews, dug his own grave in a
Ukranian concentration camp.
Chanting as he dug, he was spared
death when his voice attracted the
attention of the Nazi captors.
Columnist to Chair
Local Dedication
Miami Beach Sun columnist Paul
Bruun will be master of ceremon-
ies at the dedication celebration of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 13.
Ceremonies are expected to be-
gin with services Friday evening,
Feb. 11, and last throughout the
weekend, Rabbi Isaac Ever, spirit-
ual leader, revealed late Wednes-
day.
World renowned Cantor Sholom
Katz will officiate at all services,
Rabbi Ever said.
The Sunday afternoon affair will
feature Jules Fiedler and his or-
chestra; Duke Leonard, songwriter
and humori.st; Leonard Young,
baritone, now appearing at the
Monte Carlo hotel; Florence Love,
recording artist; and Darlene
Kelly, nationally known actress.
Joining Cantor Katz in a can-
torial program will be Cantors
Maurice Mamches, of Beth David
Congregation, and Berele Kelemer,
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation.
Dedication ceremonies are slated
to conclude Sunday evening with
a concert by Cantor Katz.
Healy to Seek 'Harmony7
In Gables City Commission
Coral Gables attorney Andrew T.
Healy has qualified with city clerk
L. W. Robinson, Jr., as a candidate
for one of the city commission
posts in the April elections.
Now serving as a member of the
Coral Gables trial board, Healy
this week said that his chief de-
sire in seeking office "is to return
harmony to the Gables city gov-
ernment."
Healy is well known in Coral Ga-
bles political circles. He served
two complete terms as commis-
sioner and resigned during a third
term just after the Pearl Harbor
attack to serve as an assistant
Dade County solicitor.
Discussing his harmony cam-
paign theme, Healy said most of
the organizations that had request-
ed him to seek office indicated
, that "Coral Gables has had fhore
He studied voice in Budapest and unfavorabie publicity in recent
months than during its entire his-
Vienna and before the war was
chief cantor of Kishineff, Bessa-
rabia. Cantor Katz came to the
United States in 1947, after an ap-
pearance as guest artist at the
World Zionist Organization conven-
tion in Basel. He is a Columbia
recording star.
follow. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with Guest Rabbi
Herson discussing: "Religion in
the World of Science."
tory."
Healy noted that "1 agree with
my friends that we should elect a
more harmonious commission for
the good of the city."
Dr. Spock to Speak
Dr. Benjamin Spock will talk
Monday night, Feb. 7 at the Dade
County Auditorium. His topic will
be "What is Discipline."
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Isrca! Deputy Minister
Acquitted of Irregularities
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Jewish Protests Halt Religious
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lei honoring Fnedland Sunday night in th|j
I Rose ere honorary rife presidents of Temple Em mu-ELiJ
cre oy 600 communal ond rr-i...z-g '
JGoines Tcko3 Top
Jubilee
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Anxiety Grows in Tunisia
After Attacks on Stores
TUNIS '' NS The Jewish pop-
in "i Tunisia ia becomi
worried as a result of
report- received here from various
- ni increased anti Jewish ter-
rorist activities b) Arab youths in
connection ith osition
Ik- French administratii

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S21,000,000 Ransom to Nazis
NEW -Baron bun- i ,. | ;.
tbschild, : : 'he Vi i in the
enna branch of 'he f.,m"l banl :. show
Informed Sources Say Gurion
Will Return to Political Life
JERUSALEM .UP'David Ben-
Gurion is planning t'i return to
nfoi med I raeli cir-
cles He ha- worked out a
. ii in which en1 a two-
system of government Pre-
mier Sharctt stai to re-
linqui-h the 1 u rship thi mo-
ment Ben-Gurion steps in.
housi t Mont
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of 72 A residi ni I South H
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banking imily.
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after lengthy ni
the family and the Nazis and upt.n
payment of $21,001
to have been the .
payment in hi
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Only Two Synagogues Left
In Vilna, Immigrant Says
JERUSALEM WNS Only two
' U open m Vilna,
iet Lithuania, and
until the last I the most
"i Judaism in
r< port-
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from I i th it
the lai iguei
ha- 1,500 men and women wor-
shippers on II Jewish holid ij -
nd several minyanii
Lehman Says Government
'Mishandled' Immigration
WASHINGTON (Jl H -
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end the "mis-
handling" of the emergency refu-
ed President Eisenhower's Emer-
gent Refugee Immigration Act a
"tragic disappointment Thi
ator added that the bottlenecks
and booby trap^ written into the
law and the im
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New Bill May Deprive
Jews of Kosher Meat
LONDON JTAi The Jewish
population of Britain may be with-
out kosher meat if a bill to change
the manner of slaughtering animals
i- passed next April when the mea-
sure is scheduled to receive its
second reading in Parliament, Dr.
Abraham Cohen, president of the
Board of Deputies of British Jews,
ed here.
Seville to Rise
15 Stories on Beach
one of Miami Be i< h most his-
toric hotel- is being reduced to
Agriculture Discussed
At Beach Forum
Dei Vid hei Forur, .
- I He at its wi
kindling wood, and in its place ii Congregal on
1956 will open a modern, S8.000 ''''"''- or
uoo structure, the Seville. jneroiu booki and scientific |
Putting up the hotel is the Cros- ,['r u'cnnKjl journals in English,
Fall Fledged Bookkeeper
And assistant to Extcurive. Ps-rmanent posiion with
merit opportunities to tnergaMa person. Pleasar-t aawgj
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Jewish Students in Tunis
Urged to Support Moslems
TUNIS (JTA)The General Un-
ion of Tunisian Students called on
Jewish students here to support
their Moslem colleagues "in the in-
teresta of the Tunisian nation and
ii- youth.'' Habib Bourguiba, lead-
er of the nationalist Neo-Destour
Party, received a delegation of
Jewish students here with whom
he discussed the political situa-
tion.
b) Corporation headed by promi-
nent hotel man and financier Irv-
ing Kipnis. former builder and
owner of Miami's Biscayne Ter-
race, his son, Ted Kipnis. and his
son-in-law, Arthur M. Lowell, and
Morris Becker, former L'JA chair-
man, prominent business man and
civic leader of New York City
The Pancoast. later known as
Grossinger-Pancoast. was put up
in 1923 and for years was one of
the show places of Miami Beach.
The Seville, to be the largest all-
steel constructed hotel in Miami
Beach with unusual architectural
features, will tower 15 stories, the
limit under Miami Beach zoning
laws. It will contain 300 rooms, and
the penthouse floor will have two
and three-room penthouse suites.
According to present plans, the Se-
ville will be ready for occupancy ^uSklST ft? "
m December, 1955. i, 'CJ(,Pr of he congrcga-
B'nai B'rith Social
Miami Beach Chapter of B'na,
Br.th Women will ,pnM. .,
: social fr n and women fX
Kenny Auditorium. 1835 Bav rd
Tuesday evening. Feb 1. Mr". i, "
^Solomon is ,n charge f [
New Men's Club
'. Club (,f UM W Miam,
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1955
SECTION B
REP. DOLUNGtR REPORTS
ON TRIP ABROAD
tbbi Jung and Notes
the Tercentenary
FLORIOIAN FEATURE
Ix>o Jung sat on the ter-
|Miami Beach's Sterling ho-
took in the ocean scene.
?en waters made rolling
\p>. which he followed with
Vacationing here with
[ until Wednesday, he spoke
trip to North Africa five
om now. As chairman of
iral and religious board of
it Distribution Committee,
ng will inspect JDC's edu-
and religious institutions
ger, Algiers, Morrocco and
grey-haired, distinguished
leader discussed his back-
v.iih reticence. He is Rabbi
lew York Jewish Centera
post he has held since 1922. He is
also Professor of Ethics and Philo-
sophy of Judaism at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
"I teach four courses a week,"
Rabbi Jung explained, "and have
boon on Yeshiva's- faculty since
1931 In addition, he is president
of the Jewish Academy of Arts
and Sciences, an organization
which includes among other mem-
bers, such famous personalities as
Dr. Albert Einstein and Paul Muni.
Rabbi Jung has also published
some 15 volumes.
He was the only American spirit-
ual leader to take part in the Eng-
lish translation of the Soncino edi-
tion of the Talmud. "But there are
more important matters to dis-
[ertkof Chairs Commynity Group
iami Attorney Will
Head Appeal Division
ic Chertkof. Miami attorney
teran campaigner in the
ed Jewish Appeal, was this
Appointed chairman of the
litiea Division,
tof will be in charge of a
of community solicita-
various outlying munici-
According to the plan, de-
reach all parts of Dade
in 1945 and has been a member
of Federation's board of governors,
executive committee and campaign
cabinet for many years.
He served as chairman of the CJA
Lawyers Division in 1952, chairman
of the Metropolitan Division in
1949 and directed the Miami com-
munity campaign in 1954. For
Tifereth Israel Reveals
New $150,000 Addition
Rabbi leo Jung
cuss," he said with compelling
necessity, matters that relate to
the future of American Jewry
the Tercentenary celebration, for
example."
Rabbi Jung noted that America
is the only country in the world
which declares allegiance "not to
a denominational deity but to the
universal God of all man." He said
that the American citizen, there-
fore, can and should be fervent
and enduring in his patriotism be-
cause he is able to embrace and
live up to the Constitution with-
out violating his denominational
loyalty.
"This is a very important con-
cept," Rabbi Jung noted, adding
that the older view of American-
ism did not encourage the immi-
grant, for example, to develop his
particular group culture. "The new
view," he said, "was sponsored in
particular by such men as the late
three years he was chairman of; president of Columbia University.
r u ill ii nil poi t.i v i/u miniature" fund raising Federation's budget committee and
|>s, complete in every de-
be conducted in the fol-
Ireas: Miami, Miami Beach.
JaM< ih Miami. North
h, IIi,ileh Miami
and Homestead.
lition, one-day solicitation
- have been planned for
hmunities of West Miami
MJler <>ranada.
1 ombined Jewish Ap
fne"
imnty by means of its local
lary agencies, all members
widely distributed Jewish
lily must assume their
hi responsibility in conduct-
life campaign," said Chert
also served for several years on
the budget committee of the Dade
County Welfare Planning Council.
Chertkof is a past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and was for three
years Jewish co-chairman of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
He was recently appointed to the
Plans are now being completed
for a new $150,000 structure to be
added to Tifereth Israel North-
side Center, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Herman
W. Kutun, Tifereth Israel presi-
dent.
Kutun said that the new struc-
ture will be designed to offer facil-
ities for 550 persons in its modern
House of Worship. In addition, it
was revealed that large electrical-
ly operated doors will permit the
immediate expansion of the sane
tuary into the congregation's so-
cial hall so that 900 people can be
comfortably seated when neces-
sary.
According to William Altman,
chairman of the building commit-
tee, complete plans for the new
structure will be unveiled at the
installation of Rabbi Abraham
Herson on Sunday evening, Jan.
30, at the Sterling hotel.
Rabbi Herson, who some two
weeks ago accepted a five-year
contract as Tifereth Israel spirit-
ual leader, will be installed by his
father, Rabbi Hirsh Herson, Grand
Rabbi of Winnipeg, Canada. Rabbi
Abraham Herson came to Miami
five months ago from a pulpit in
Texas, and since that time, the
Northside congregation, at 6500
North Miami ave., has increased
its membership from 100 to 300
families, Kutun said.
Signing of the contract will take
place at the Sunday evening affair.
Jack Berke will be overall chair-
man of arrangements. Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Shapiro will repre-
sent city officials.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El and president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
Rabbi Morris Skop, of
Nicolas Murray Butler. Woodrow
Wilson and philosopher John
Dewey."
According to Rabbi Jung, these
social thinkers stressed that Amer-
ican culture is composed of the j sociation.
beet that every immigrant strain -----------------
has to offer this nation. "Two geiv Barkley, Morse Back
Coral Gables Jewish Center and
president of the State of Florida
Association of Rabbis, will bring*
greetings, along with Rabbi Simon
April, of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation and the Mercaz
Harabonim.
Also scheduled on the program
are Rabbi David Shapiro, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, and Seymour B. Liebman.
who will bring a message on behalf
of the Zionist Organization of
America. Cantor Albert Glantz, of
Tifereth Israel Northside Center,
will be heard in a musical pro-
gram.
The plans to be, revealed Sunday
will elaborate on the new struc-
ture, which is scheduled to include
six classrooms, a kosher kitchen,
small chapel, offices for the Rab-
bi and Cantor and an administra-
tion office. The $150,000 structure
will also include facilities for a
library.
Rabbi Hirsh Herson, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth Abra-
ham in Winnipeg, is a graduate of
Chofetz Chaim in Wilna, Poland, as
well as of the Telser Yeshiva. He
received his Rabbinic degree from
Rabbi Aaron Bakst. In Winnipeg
for the past 22 years, he is a mem-
ber of the board of the Canadian
Jewish Congress and author of the
recently published "Derech Emu-
nan." a commentary on the Tanach.
"Kerem." a periodical devoted
to the study of Halacha. includes
one of his articles which appeared
in April. 1954. __
erations ago. the American Jew
was impelled to ignore his past
his religious and spiritual assets
Now, he is learning to recognize
national board of HIAS and has
fiis Der'Zs1 throughout served in top ,evel caP,aiities with, that hi. nJajocontributfon toour
''. ,.pP:s"n;S. irSWSIiOmi of the major Jewish national country and the highcst expresSion
welfare institutions. of nis patriotism must come from
Chertkof is a former member of
the board of Coral Gables Jewish
Center and presently belongs to
Temple Israel. He is a member of
the Dade County Bar Association
and the American Bar Association.
searching for and living up to his
Jewish tradition."
Rabbi Jung noted that this socio-
ethical concept easily teaches the
American Jew that his religion is
not something to lean upon. "Nor
He secured his degree at the Uni- is it something to soothe us. Rath-
versity of Maryland, and was ad-1 er, it i is an eternal challenge to
Continued on Pago 8 B
On Old Committee
WASHINGTON (AJP)-Senators
Alben W. Bark ley and Wayne
Morse, staunch supporters of the
State of Israel, have regained key
posts in the important Foreign Re-
lations Committee which will un-
doubtedly have much to say about
arms aid to the Arabs. Senator
Alexander Wiley, former chairman
of this committee, charged last
week that Eisenhower's foreign
policy had harmed this nation's
standing in the free world.
ointed out that total com-
involvcment in 1955 would \
r VCIMI) Oi 1UUI) 1DI1U, auu nuo *-
mIs of the campaign. The_________________________________
i.ni explained that one of the | ... mi wt i r\ am
i in functions of the Greater i 'Spiritual Statesmanship to be Theme of Feb. 1 function
(Jewish Federation, the par-1
ly which conducts the an-
rive for funds, is to unify, co-
te and plan the community
'' lor the greatest benefit
le to the greatest number of
flkof served as Combined
Appeal campaign chairman
Theological Seminary Slates
Mid- Winter Conference Here
Hundreds of spiritual and lay
leaders from throughout the Unit-
ed States and Canada will attend a
mid-winter conference of the* na-
tional planning committee 6f the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America in Miami Beach, Feb. II
to 13, Rabbi Joel S. Geffen report-
ed Wednesday.
Rabbi Geffen, national director
of field activities of the Seminary',
here in Miami Beach to make ar-
rangements, said the conclave will
be held in conjunction with the
United Synagogue of America and
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica.
Theme of the national confer-
ence will be "Spiritual Statesman-
ship," Rabbi Geffen announced.
Comic Phil Foster to be Master
Of Ceremonies at Hollywood UJA
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Phil Foster, nationally known
comedian, has been announced as
master of ceremonies for the an-
nual dinner of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Hollywood in affili-
ation with Golden Beach.
Ben Tobin and A. L. Mailman,
co-chairmen for the dinner, made
the Joint statement of the comed-
ian's acceptance of the invitation
for the Feb. 6 affair which will
be held in the Mardi Gras room of
the Hollywood Beach hotel for the
benefit of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and other charities
Commenting on the activities of
UJA. Foster said that he was in
Israel during World War II as a
soldier in the U.S. Army, and re-
turned for a visit after the war.
"Purely for a selfish reason,"
Foster said, "and as an American
born boy, and regardless of relig-
ion, we must keep democracy
alive."
Various seminars and meetings will
discuss the moral standards of the
country', he said.
Climax of the conference will be
a dinner at the Di Lido hotel on
Sunday night. Feb. 13. which will
summarize the national planning
committee's ;ictivities here. A spe-
cial session of the committee will
be held at the Di Lido on that
morning.
The Shelborne hotel will be the
scene of other meetings, beginning
on Feb. 11. Rabbi Geffen stated.
He said a reception committee
that will embrace all congrega-
tions affiliated with the Seminary
or United Synagogue is now being
formed.
The theme of "Spiritual States-
manship" was adopted after many
months of follow-up work at the
Seminary' to a 1993 meeting in Mi-
ami Beach of the national plan-
ning committee. This is the first
mid-winter conference held since
then.
Jack Borkt
Gutman to be Honored
On Sunday night, Jan. 30, Hibis-
cus Lodge No. 275, F.A.M., will
hold its annual past masters' night
at the Latin Quarter.
Hibiscus will pay tribute to jun-
ior past master worshipful Herbert
Gutman. Dr. Fred Bergman is in
charge of reservations.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1955
Gov. Collins Guest Split Pea Soup, Fish Make Good
At civic Leogue Eatinq on snappy( Winter Evenings
!_.* ... ..MI.H tnaether with
20th Anniversary
Governor Le Roy Collins will
make his tint appearance in Dade I
County since his inauguration
when he attends
the jubilee din
tier meeting of
the Civic League
of Miami Beach
;it the Algiers ho
tel on Saturday
.Inn. 29.
According to
president Irving
Cypen, Florida's
chie 1 executive
has definitely ac-
cvptcd the invitee,- CaJJiiU r
tion to be guest of honor at the
celebration of the 20th anniversary
of the founding of the Civic
League, oldest civic organization
on Miami Beach.
His appearance at the Algiers
will be in the nature of a home-
coming for Gov. Collins. It was
there just about one year ago that
he made his opening address to
people of Dade County in the cam-
paign that resulted in his sweeping
election to Florida's highest office.
Cypen, his Beach campaign man-
ner, introduced him then to some
250 supporters whose efforts con-
tributed substantially in the guber-
natorial race.
State, county and city officials
are expected to turn out in large
number to meet and greet Gover-
nor Collins, with reservations and
dinner, scheduled to start at 6
p.m., limited to 400 persons. Some
members of his official famih are
xpected t<> accompany the Gover-
nor from Tallahassee
The Civic League, organized in
1935. is a purely civic organiza-
tion and does not engage in poli-
tical activity. Cypen explained.
Bunting to be Heard
Committee on Handicapped
Pfccemenl of the Miami chamber
of Commerce will hear Karl Bunt-
ing, vice chairman of the jswj
dent's Committee on Handit2il
Placement, at a luncheon on frfa.]
noon, Feb. 4, at the Coiu^
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UDAY. JANUARY 28, 1955
led Feather Drive
'asses Last Year's
lark; Report Due
Community Chest workers breez-
ed past their final total raised in
bst year's Red Feather drive this
Eeek as they reported $1,153,989.
r 94 per cent of their 1955 goal
tised at the second report of the
letropolitan Division.
With a total of $23,778 reported,
Jie Metropolitan, or house-to-house
porkers, pushed their total col-
p?ted in the two w,pck old cam-
sign to $14fl,092, or 7 per cent
I th.'ir $192,200 countywide goaf.1
The new funds left just $71,011
i go to reach the minimum quota
leeded for 1955 Chest services
ere of $1,225,000. It meant the
dusc tohouse workers were only
16.108 short of their 1955 quota.
Five of the 12 regions in the
jtighborhood campaign pressed to
|ore than 90 per cent of their
Uota, according to Mrs. F. F. Rav-
n. chairman of the division.
J Downtown Region, headed by
|e Rev. W. P. Harman, held the
lad in the race for the Community
hist cup with 98 per cent of
Lai. but South Dade, Mrs. Mercer
L Barefield, chairman, with 97
kr cent, Miami Southern, Mrs. R.
f. Craig. 96 per cent, Southwest
de, Mrs. John Grentner and Mrs.
Dbert C. Simmons, co-chairman,
1 per cent, and Coral Gables, Mrs.
illiam Cox and Mrs. Joseph Fran-
n, co-chairmen, 90 per cent, were
essing close to the Downtown
oup.
[other regional standings were:
brth Dade, 82 per cent; Miami
Jntral. 73 per cent; Homestead,
per cent; Miami Beach, 56 per
nt: Midtown, 54 per cent; North-
kst Dade, 35 per cent.
Jut-landing cleanup work by
ptnet directors resulted in push-
several new areas over the
in the neighborhood drive,
.ester R, Barnhill, 1955 Chest
npaign chairman, said the Met-
bolit.in Division had $113,000
Bed on this same date last year,
thi^ week's house-to-house
hit S146.092, or more than
1,000 ahead of last year's drive,
captains who were over the top
Hni the first week of the drive
re honored with special awards.
k.lph Seerth, Florida Power and
pt Co, and Truman Lord, cos-
lie designer, entertained the
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PAGE 3 B
George Pomerantz, president
of the Dade County Chapter
of the Florida Federation of
the Blind, this week revealed
that the group will hold its
first annual all star show on
Sunday evening, February
20, at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Pomerantz, a former
well-known restaurateur of
the area who was stricken
with blindness in 1951, said
that Harry Hershfield, TV per-
sonality and one of Amer-
ica's most noted story tellers,
will be master of ceremonies
for the four-hour show. Lead-
ing a parade of stars will be
Xavier Cugat and his wife.
Abbe Lane.
Don Cossack Chorus
Appears Here Feb. 5
This season brings the 15th an-
niversary tour of the Gen. Platoff
Don Cossack Chorus and Danc-
ers. The group will appear at the
Dade County Auditorium on Sat-
urday evening, Feb 5.
The one-night appearance is un-
der the sponsorship of the St. Kn.
Vladimir Church, Miami.
The Cossacks, all of them now
American citizens, began their sea-
son early in October.
The Cossacks sang their first
concert together 22 years, ago in
the Cathedral in Prague inCzecho-
slovakia. They were ertffes from
the Don River Country and were
gathered together by Nicholas Kos-
trukoff who left Russia in the
Revolution. Thus they began their
musical wanderings which were
ended when they were invited by
Special Attention to All
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women workers with songs and-f
community singing.
The third report by the door-to-
door workers is scheduled for Fri-
day noon, Jan. 28, at the Biscayne
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2fl to^
V V" *
mamm poutmcal cirtaix
New Senator from Oregon
Intellectual With Difference
By JEREMIAH BEN-JACOB
OJI
Prt I
quently declared unconstitutional
by the'Supreme Court. But in 1930.
Oregon voters overwhelmingly
elected a Jewish department Store
A great deal has been said and Proprietor as Governor
Written about Richard L. Neuber-1 In 1944 the l.bcra Way, c Morse
gert "astonishing achievement." I defeated Senator Rufus Ho mar an
L the 'Manchester Guardian" put i isolationist On the eve of the 1954
it. in winning the senatorial elec- elections, the state was "**?
tion in Oregon and thus, with the of bitter polemics and vio lent.de-
aid of his senior colleague. Senator nunc.ations. Mr Neuberger claim*.
Morse, depriving the Republicans that the visit of "seven reactionary
of control oi the Senate, but not politicians who came to Oregon
enough perhaps on the other as- to stump for his opponent. Senator
pects of the Neuberger story. Cordon, hurt the incumbent. Al-
which its numerous and occasion- most the entire press of the State
allv prophetic overtones, already opposed Neuberger After the
constitutes a fascinating social doc- elections, one of the leading Port-
ument land newspapers praised the high
, .___: intelligence which he has display-
In a land and an age where in- J remajned
tellectuals are of en regarded a 08 hls personal ambitions
operating outs.de the main current The ^^ no(able {of ^
Semitic overtones and numerous
references to Mr. Neuberger s
"Jewish personality." A bigot ex-
,>utSO\\riTlES EN PWQHAMa
Economic Aid Can beTOnlv
Insww to Arabs-Dollinger
hiior Do/linger
. "Eisenhower holds key'
t
BY DAVID HOROWITZ
AJP
Congressman laidor Dollinger,
who returned from a visit to Israel
lusl In time to attend the opening
o| Congress, said that when he saw
Premier Sharett he had told him
that "economic, not military, aid
WtJ the best and only way the
United States could assist the Arab
countries"
Interviewed in his new Wool-
of events. Mr Neuberger has at
tained high office even though he
is an intellectual par excellence,
a magazine writer, an author, an
"egghead." He has written for the
mass circulation magazines and
new-paper- as well as for the more
limited highbrow periodicals. In
the Thirties, he also wrote on Jew-
ish subjects for "Opinion." then
edited by the late Stephen S. Wise
He has published a number of
books, including a biography of
Senator Norris, a review of the
plained the intrusion of this factor
as follows: "We cannot beat Neu-
berger on issues, but who cares
about issues: we are basing our
campaign on personalities: and be-
ing a Jew is part of Mr. Neuber-
ger's personality." Significantly,
the electorate rejected the appeals
to bias.
That Mr. Neuberger was morally (;,,', various forms and tempora
problems and prospects of the prepared for the anti-Semitic on- reality. Literature, as a manifests-
Northwest. "Our Promised Land." taught may readily be seen from yon 0j one ,,f these form-. is heir
and an autobiography. "Adventures ,hc response that he had developed Ul Ini, >;m, unfortunate lapse.
Into Politics." He has shown that to the anti-Semitic challenge over Thm,fori, u with deligW .,,,
., serious literary bent is no h.n- two decades. When Hitler rose to excitemenl th.,t Ul. take ,lf
drance to fruitful political activity power he was in Germany w.th an .iUthor who h. ^ c,iin]|, md
The present junior Senator from his uncle. Commander Neuberger. cd (he s,n () n ,_ a>
er, is an intellectual Lnhke a good many deluded opt.- kBftt, for hnv(
with a difl He is one domi- nusts. the youthful Neuberger .he fa g sma|J ^ t|u.
nated h\ a vision the vision of was born in 1912> saw in the In-,
massivi dams and abundant elec- ferno of 1933 the complete sub-1 Such a writer has recently ap-
tric power for America's last fron- jugation and ruination of the Ger- Peared on the American literary
tier--the Northwest, the vision I man Jewish community. ***: "*?"? ***** n"yf
Awakened is laudable primarily
for it- reality Lest it be thought
AWAKENED. By Margaret Ab- that this is a very simple thing,
rams. Philadelphia: The Jewish let us take cognizance of what the
Publication Society of America. reality of a novel must include.
344 pp. $3.50. It means, first of all, characters.
The story of "Awakened" is the
By HILARY MINDLIN Utory of a German refugee rabbi.
Americans are quite accustomed Kurt Rosen, and his wife. Ellen,
to accepting the time lag which who come to a small Texas congrc-
perpetuallv exists between civiliza-1getion. their first assignment
in America, and their first close
relationship with that curious hy-
brid. American Jewry, heir to both
worth Building office in New York
where his brother manages the Dol
linger & Dollinger law firm, the
youthful appearing Congressman
from the Bronx was full of enthusi-
asm over his visit to Israel. "What
I saw had far exceeded my expec-
tations," he said. "The young state
today represents the greatest eco.
nomic power and the only
stabilizing force in the whole __
die East." He expressed the vietl
that "if Israel were left unhamper-
ed. she would become self-sufliS
ent within a matter of a few yean*
He found everyone working, men
and women alike. "In the Aral
villages," he said, "the women di
the work while most of the m
loiter."
Stating that the shipment arms to unstable countries would
only help to aggravate the situa-
tion, he made it emphatic that mit
tary aid to the Arab States mtm I
be balanced by the grant of siov
ilar aid to Israel. Dollinger a*
particularly critical of the State I
Department. "Our policy maker**
he said, "did not even ask for a I
promise that the arms -hipmenal
to Iraq and Egypt be not usef!
against Israel." As for all the "tall
about arming the Arabs in ordol
to create a bulwark against Coal
munism," that, he said, "is i|
myth."
Congressman Dollinger had al|
the tragedj of their tradition andjPraise for ,he, American Vice Cos
the blithe security of their present. l in Jerusalem. Bob Daw* *
_ I i h S ffnl A S /ill A1* A *% J I llA ^ h tM
Of such stuff is Sam Levinson
the wealthy businessman
who finds assimilation the easier
path, even when it is barred to
him; and Maury Kalman, to whom
ritual is automatic and thus nican-
havn't got a better friend, he sail
He speaks Hebrew like Sabtil
and his Yiddish is just as good.'!
Dollinger expressed regret thai
*uch a good friend of Israel hsl
to leave the place he love- i mudj
that the Pacific is a region of des-
tiny and that the "Pacific Era"
would in time overshadow the "At-
lantic Era."
In the elections of November.
1954. his visions and dreams be-
came a major issue in national
politics and a test case for Amer-
icans power and conservation pol-
icy. After his victory he explained
that the main factor in his election
was a basic dissatisfaction among
the people with present resources
policies, particularly those pertain-
ing to electric power, and that the
only hope Oregon had for new pay-
(to be continued)
AT THE MOXtES
Dannv Kave Tells a Friend:
Why Spoil This Good Thing
By
LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOODA young friend
| wrote to Danny Kaye: "Dear Dan-
rolls was low cost power. The Ore- ny: ,m fjna|lv gojng stead wj(h
gon elections appeared the more a beautiful voung ladv. We have ,
significant because Secretary of' a WOnderful time together, never
the Interior McKay is himself an have an arKumcnt. and arc madlv
Oregon.an and the chie protagon- in love with cach ther sh y
1st of the controversial "partner-1 marry her?"
Flamingo. For the remainder of
the year. Jessel will serve as a rov-
ing ambassador, publicizing the ho-
tel by mentioning it in each of his
speeches. The nations toast-
master general' already has a
ingless; and his non Jewish wife, The s,aU' Department is trau
Lee. for whom the slow discovery '
of Judaism comes with magnifi
cence and beautyand need-filling
value.
There is little Davey Levinson,
who feels the same way. but can
express it only in terms of not
leaving out any part of his Bar
Mitzvah ceremony.
Part of the tone of reality lies
in the fact that all of these people
seem to take on added dimensions
as one reads. Their own problems
are familiar to us. but their meth-
ods of meeting them are far from
stock. They are dusted with the
granules of personality.
This is a book of coming-to terms
with a new life, with a dawning
faith, with diversity, even with a
ship" program.
The State of Oregon, of which
Mr. Neuberger is a native son. has
been famed for liberal and pro-
gressive traditions, periodically
marred, however, by aberrations
and spasms of intolerance and re
Danny wrote back: My advice
is. don't marry her Why spoil a
good thing like that?"
*
Some of the calme-t. most intel-
ligent people have become "quiz
schedule of 50 speeches for 1955. different, better kind of love, and

The Phil Silvers television series
currently being ground out under
CBS auspices is still without a defi-
nite time slot and it may take a
thus with the pattern of reality.
A good craftsman, Mrs Abrams
{Who, by the way, embraced Ju-
daism after her marriage) has writ-
ten a book which also possesses
action. In 1922. the state was grip-; crazy." according to Grouchq Marx.
ped by Ku Klux Klan hysteria "One woman.' says Groucho,
which led to the adoption in a ref-1 "studied the encyclopedia for four he gi ti
cancellation or two to fit the (II \'n.('_"i ,h<' maJor qualities of fine
slanted show ("You'll Never Gel
Rich"! into a major berth,

Ed Wynn says he misses his
wife's cooking ever) chance
erendum of a measure to close
all religious and private schools in
the State: the measure was subse-
Oaany (eye
k ef aaawrieaii
years just in case she gol on a quiz
show. She finally got on mine and
when I asked, "What'- your name?"
-lu said: "Would you mjn(a ,,
ing that question?"
e
RCA board chairman David Sar-
noff says horizons lor the record-
ing industry are due for a tremen-
dous expansion in the next half
decade. He predicts that about
20.000.000 phonographs are expect-
ed to be produced and sold in the
next five years. That will virtually
double the gross of the record In-
dustry if the current rate of sales
per machine continues at the same
pace. According to Sarnoff, renew-
ed popularity of the phonograph
is expected to increase the number
of machines in use as well as the
records used.
*
George Jessel closed a deal to
be "Goodwill Ambassador" for the
Flamingo Hotel. Las Vegas, begin-
ning this month, on a setup that
cuts him in for an interest in the
hostelry. Under the terms of the
deal, Jessel will produce and ap-
pear in one show annually at the
literaturethe ability to general-
ize, to symbolize even, from the
particular.
It is a very warm, exquisitely
perceptive book, an enrichment of
Jewish and American literature.
Asked about the 84th i mgresl
and its relation to Israel. ( >ngre*|
man Dollinger made it char that]
though a great many CongressaagJ
and Senators are pro-Isi
person to control the issue in
gress is the President hn
Eisenhower hold the key. ha sau
adding: "I hope he will take a i
termined stand with Dulles"
While in Israel, Dollinger msl
relatives he had never seen liefortl
Among them was his aunt. Mrs!
Esther Ettinger. Born on N*l
York's East side, the progress*
Democratic Congressman servejl
eight years in the State A-sembq
and four in the Senate before
was elected to serve his district i
Washington. The 84th Congr
marks his fourth term.
The 83rd Congress, accordiaf,
Dollinger, departs without luunjl
passed any civil rights bill No*l
reached a vote in either house -I
and this in a period when ,neJ*J
preme Court took another gr**J
step towards equality in it- cho
segregation decision, ar.d
White House continued it- -MCt*t
ful assaults on segregati": in "H
armed services, in the District
Columbia.
THE WOULD OF SPORTS
Hall of Fame Selection Due Soon
By BILL WOLF
If the reports are correct, A]
Rosen will once again ( earning
$42,000 during the comil
for his expert service] with the
Cleveland Indians
That is the figure that Al drew
last year, and he has just sjgne(|
his new contract, said to be at
the same figure. This will be A|\
ninth season with the Cleveland
Indians.
We're not going to go into an-
other round of praise for Al's
Playing, as that has been done
necessarilytime and time again
Suffice it to say that even when
he isn't in top shape, he is still a
[Pie oi injurii \, vtrtho
less, he managed to h.t 24 home
run>. had ,, ;too batting average,
JJJf in 102 Worth
Arrangements arP already un-
'I'-r ay for the 1955 selection of
11 Players to the Hall of
nl'T, A'. 'his P"1"1 ,l ls Perti-
nent to ask a question: u.llHank
'r;'nbwg ever make the honor?
from this corner it would seem
hat H a Hall of Fame really
means anything more than a li*
i ?"Jnk Greenberg should be
included. Hanks tremendous dia-
the years Hank has never ma*J
it. Last year he polled n: WjsM
a vote in which Joe DiMaggr
the only one selected He
175 tallies. The rule is th'
player must have at hast 751
cent of the total votes in ortwi
to be chosen. The 97 repress |
a further drop for Hank. 'b
been declining in the voting-
At this point it would
that he'just isn't going to
it. Perbnpa a revision of tM
we get "our Hall of Fame P'
is needed.
/ / *
Bernard Mayer, who has_
red in Israel's ftiaccabiah
ST"""*--'- =vt~ ES-33W
Last year for example, the 29- beine ISEZ' ,cert.tinl>' "^nt his York City. Meyer won the **
year-old third baseman ,ff~a ,V_,ng adtl*d to the sacred li* ^w. i, a7T* witba
third baseman suffered
.saered list, polftao AJL.V. event with >
However in k- i_ .^'Ta im- PWan A.A.U- evem '
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955
+Jewlst flcrMton
PAGE 5 B
Miamians to Attend
Annual AJC Meeting:
Leo Robinson, president of the
Greater Miami Chapter, American
Jewish Committee, and Dr. Joseph
Weidberg, a past president, will be
among the 500 leaders of American
Jewry who are expected to gather
from every section of the Country
lor the AJCommittee's 48th annual
meeting which begins Friday and
will continue in session through
Sunday in New York City.
Judge Learned Hand, dean of
American jurists, has been chosen'
hv the AJCommittee to receive its
American Liberties Mjjdallion "ior
exceptional advancement of the
principle <>f human liberty," at the
meeting. Judge Joseph M. Pros-
kauer, honorary president of AJC,
will make the Medallion presenta-
tion to Judge Hand in the Hotel
Roosevelt on Saturday night.
Seymour Samet, Southeast Area
director, will attend the meeting as
a participant in the round table
djsi ussiona which will include
schools and social discrimination.
Other round table discussions will
concern themselves with the threat
i.t communism, West Germany and
Ihe Middle East, Anti-Semitism's
political plans and civil liberties.
A feature of the annual dinner
program will be the premiere of
"American Adventure," produced
fur the Tercentenary celebration
ten by Morton Wishengrad,
Miami Beach City Councilman Burnett Roth ( right) is shown
displaying, at the Miami Beach Recreation Center, poster de-
picting the commemoration of the American Jewish Tercen-
tenary. Shown viewing the poster with Councilman Roth are
(left to right) Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach, and Jack Woody, director of the Miami Beach Recre-
ation Department. The poster was designed by; the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith for the American Jewish
Tercentenary committee.
Seurle to be Candidate
For Commission Post
Robert L. Searle this week an-
nounced his candidacy for a seat
.hi the Coral Gables City Commis-
sion.
Searle, who is in the insurance
business in Coral Gables, gradu-
ated from DePauw. University with
the AB degree in 1939.
lie has been assistant production
manager to an Indianapolis adver-
tising agency, business manager of
the Nollewilla Morning Times in
Indiai.....nd avertising production
manager tor Burdine's in Miami.
In addition, from 1942 to 1944,
he was an instructor in .the Pan
American Navigation School at
the University of Miami and from
1!)44 to 1945 served as navigator
in the Air Transport Command.
Searle is a member of Coral
Gables Junior Chamber of Com-
mute inee 1940, of which he was
pre-ident in 1949. He received its
Outstanding Young Man Award"
in 1953 He also belongs to Coral
Gables Masonic Lodge, Rotary
Club, ol which he was president in
1953, Citizen* Committee and Ele-
mentary School PTA, of which he
was vice president 1954-55.
He resides with bis wife and
Ihree children at 1306 Castile ave.,
Coral Gables.
Play to Receive Premiere
At hint Beach Meeting
Premiere performance of the
new play on desegregation, "May
1, 1954," will be presented at the
annual joint brotherhood dinner
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, and Miami Beach
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, on
Wednesday evening, Feb. 9, at the
Monte Carlo hotel.
"May 17. 1954" has been written
by Miss Priscella J. Rosenfcld, edu-
cational assistant, Florida Regional
office, Anti-Defamation League,
and Carl Edwards, director of Boys'
Department, Miami Y.M.C.A.
Performers in the first presen-
tation of the new play will be
members of the NCCJ intcrgroup
youth council comprised of repre-
sentatives of various youth organ-
izations of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Y.M.C.A.
and other community agencies.
Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Flor-
ida Region ADL and past president
of Miami Beach Lodge, is in charge
of the program. Gershon S. Mil-
ler, president of the Lodge, Mrs.
Helen Sanders, president, Miami
Beach Chapter, and Mrs. Herman
Stern, program chairman, are co-
operating in the arrangements.
Ballet to be Featured
In Library Film Series
Miami Public Library film ser-
ies, "Everything Under the Stars,"
will feature "Sadler's Wells Baller-
ina" on Feb. 3. The picture covers
the dance training at the famed
British state-supported theater
from the first children's classes to
final graduation into the profes-
sional companies of Sadler's Wells
and Covent Garden.
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Walter Cook, Seal Sale chairman,
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1955
PAGE 6 B
Florida ADL Meet
To View Resort
Discrimination
First demonstration in Florida
of the "Dolls for Democracy" proj-
ect will be presented at the I lor
ida State ADL Conference to be
held on Sunday, Jan. 30, in the
Pennsylvania hotel, West Palm
Beach, it has been announced by
Sanford M. Swerdlin, Florida State
ADL chairman.
Conducted by members of the
ADL committee of the Palm Beach
B'nai Brith Women's Chapters, the
"Dolls for Democracy" demonstra-
tion will depict the teaching of
good human relations through
story-telling and group participa-
tion.
Sidney M. Aronovitz. president
of the Florida State Federation of
B'nai Brith Lodges, has announced
that Lodge ADL representatives
from throughout Florida arc ex-
pected to attend t h e statewide
gathering. Mrs. Morris Marcus of
Orlando, president of the Florida
State Federation of B'nai Brith
Women's Chapters, has stated that
Bimilar representation is anticipat-
ed from Florida B'nai Brith Wom-
en's Chapters.
Major consideration at the con-
ference will be given to the prob-
lem of resort discrimination in
many areas of Florida and to state-
wide anti-discriminatory advertis-
ing legislation to eliminate the
blight of anti-Semitism practiced
by many resort establishments in
Florida.
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da will be presentation and discus-
sion of the U. S. Supreme Court de-
cision declaring segregation in the
public schools unconstitutional and
desegregation of the public schools.
Scholarship to Yeshiva
NEW YORK A second major
American corporation this week al-
located a four-year scholarship to
Yeshiva University for undergradu-
ate study. General Motors selected
America's first university under
Jewish auspices among 306 nation-
al institutions to receive a grant
under a new $52,000,000 annual
program of financial aid to higher
education.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
* Jewish fkrkMaiii
PAGE 7 B

", THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,!TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 175942
i: i: i E. MOSS, Plaintiff,
vs.
M MOSS, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Veil-. KSTHBR M. Moss. address
hiiihnown, are hereby required to
I ..f your Answer to n BUI of
I", for Divorce OB I'lalntlff's
ROBERT I l.KUISoN. 704
. Flulldlnf, Miami, Florida, and
ihi original with the clerk of the
i. ii Court, on in before the
Mh I-1\ "f February or a default will
. .1 k.i I ii m( you.
li.XTKH hi Miami. Florida, Ihiii 20th
L i.iimary. ri.". ,
K i: I,i:\TII.-RM.\N.
i lerk. dri-iilt Court
Ii) u \l W BTOCKINO.
Deput) Clerk
l-ll-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i.ini: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
. i"il. ilisninK In ,-nKaKi' In
mcler ilie fictitious name of
CITIES SERVICE STATION,
\ W. -ml Avenue, Intends to
I name with the Clerk of
. i Court of I lade County,
JAMES It. M.M'i:-
ii:i-:i:t i I.KWim in, Bsy
1: Mai
! l-ll-U

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
mied, desiring to engage In
'.'lii the fiitlitoii- imiii,' of
SAI, til'TlxiiiK SALES,
r si reel, Intend! i.....*is-
am* with ("I.ik of tin
i iif 1 lade i .Minn Florida.
HA KOI.I) BCHECHTER
'\ M'l: MANNHEIMER
National i lutdoor Balei
ill
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN thai
l ili-Hlilna to engage in
the fictitious name ol
lUio's UKAl'TY BATON, at 1*111
i'is llliiliway, Intendi to register
Ith the ci.-i k nf the i "Ii -
<' i'i.' Counts. Floi Id i
MAltr.o DfDLEY, Owner
1-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HKRBBY GIVEN that
d, dealt ihk '" encace In
the fictitious name of
" i"> iok s. at Ml Baal Piaster
Florida, Intend* I
u mi the Clerk of the
...........'ounty, Florida.
MKlt RII.VERM IN. Owner
1 KVNNER
i ithei Bilvermao
ll-U
fist
t^sr side
ALL 'ROUND
NEWYORK
CALL OUR MIAMI
OFFICE 3-5069,
YOUR LOCAL
TRAVEL
REPRESENTATIVE,
OR TELETYPE
N Y 1-3*01
SHIITON
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- tiEt
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Conventions,
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(At the Shelfori
En|oy the Free
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Monte Proser7}
ItS | "la Vie")
ill
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTKi: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SfftH,;'*' the fictitious name of
I AI.AHHA I'KUHTTS, at 213 N.K.
i."^.t1""' .MJ*m'1 "'"-'da. Intend,
of lh? Florida f Dade -'"'"" >.
KOVNKI, MANnuS!^'^*
ivVTt"^^'"1" 1"*labril Products
"~ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,m THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
el EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17*002
,.,"fi'H1NB V. i'aski;\i. II.
' '-"' Plaintiff.
MivM .-" PA8KEVICH, defendant
A SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VDAM 8. PASKBVfCH
VL>DREKH UNKNOWN"
Vmi are hereby notified thai i mil
nplalnt for Divorce has been
ii na| you, ana yetl are roqulr-
,i | nerve a oops of your Anawet or
, iima in the mil of I 'omplalnl on
"ntlff* Attorney, DAVID UE-
V1XI-:, l-'.'i N.W. I -'tli Ave., Miami.
I-1..i iila, and file the original Aiwwrr
tiinar in the office of the Clerk
l i .nil Court mi OC In-fore the
ii, ,i.....I February. UM. if you
I,. so, Judgment by default will
I..' i.,i.. n sgsinsl yon lor the relief
In the Bill of Complaint.
notice shall la* published once
, ,i,',, k for fo Hive week*
.. i hi: h:\\ ish ki.okidmn
mi fir.DKi:i:i.
?hi da* ~nt -iMepe^el
' % !'~*. t?EATlTEn*>N; -'U'He fil,. ,
Clerk, Circuit Court, T"1 .. 5T"?e '" "'" Count)
Dad, County, Florida
B) JOAN OOCRNOYER,
II i ,.in i Seal) Deputy ci. i k
: i-ll-l-
,m TuNrOT^E.TO CREDITOR8
m a^r.COUJY JUDGE"S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343 B
In Ri ESTATE (*
MORRIS RICHTER, Deceaaed
To am Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
ing I lalms or Demands Against s,,|,|
Data t<
You. ami each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preaent any
claims and demands whjrh you or
either of yuu. may lin laaaB oilitliLau,' |i
e-tate, At MTmRr* IttniTWTV dec,*.
Sri^^.l^aBBBaamaaalti Md.
urthouae in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
ilale nf the first publication hereol
Saul rlaima or demands to contain
the legal addreaa of the claimant and
to be sworn to ami presented ns afore-
said, or aame will be barred
Hate January 17, A.I). 1905.
SYLVIA HICHTER.
A Administratrix of the
Eatate of
MoltRLS RICHTER. Di
I It. MAYERS
Attornei for Admlnlatratrix
lloe-r>4 CongresH Blilg., Miami, Ha,
i n-2! :''i-ii
LOYAl aBfJBLHOTIli
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 67S of Florida
Statin.-s Annotated (1941). Ware-
houaemen ami Warehouse Receipt H,
wherein A. O. TRANSFER & WARE-
HOUSE CO., INC. a Florida cnrporit-
tlon, by virtue of Its warehouse III in,
has In its poaaeaaion the following de-
i i Ibed property:
OFFICE I- lItNlTCRE AND MI8-
CEL.LJCA.NOUa 8TRAP8, as the prop.
city of Jin I, If. DONALDSON, B70
N i: Oi Street; l LOT OFFICE
SCI'I'LIES. as the property of MR. J.
KAPLAN. Ml .1. fins.-ii Av.-nue: l
LOT misci:i.i.i:a.\ois Fl'RNi-
Tl'RE, .i- the property of MR wn.-
BERT WOODS, i (62 N.W, Ith Place;
and that on the lat da] of February,
lest, durlhaj the local houra of *aM,
mainly between 11:00 forenoon and
2:no in the afternoon, al 2041 N, Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, the under-
bffned shall offer for sab- to the high-
est bidder for caah in hand the above
deacrlbed property aa Ibe propertj of
Mr. L, M. DonaMaon, Mr. J. Kaplan
and Mi Wilbert Wo
DATED hi Miami. Florida, iM 17th
ii.i i i>r January, 11 iS
A. o TRANSFER ft
WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
1/21-2%
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 175831
RUTH LEVY, Plaintiff,
vs.
HUBERT LEVY, Hefendanl
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To HUBERT LEVY
340 Baal 52nd sin i
Apartment 1 1>
N.-w York. New York
You are hereby notified that mil
of Complaint lor Divorce haa been
fil.-,i aK;iinst you, ami you are hereby
required to aerve i copj ol your An-
swer to the Mill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal Anawer In the office ol the clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before til*
iHth da\ of February, ItSS; otherwise,
the allocation! of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confeaaed
against you.
Dated tin-- iyih day of Januai
B. II LEATHERM \N
s" Clerk >f i"In ull i"ourt
\\s R. II. MICE. JR..
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE I TALI l.VOFF, ESQ.
Attol n< for I'liuiitlff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
1/21-2 2'4-ll_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIflUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS .IIEKHIiV lilVEN that
the undersigned, dealrinc to sneace in
business under the fictitious name of
JIM DOOLEY ENTERPRISES (Not
Inc.), at 2M> S.W. 64lh A\i- .Miami.
Fht., intends to reglstei said name
with the cierk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JAMES I, pooi.EY, Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2S11 W. FUial.r St.
1/14-21-2* 2/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underMlgned. desiring to engage In
huaineaa under the flclltloua name of
MAGNOLIA SUNDRIES, at 14570
N.W. 22nd Ave., I>ade County, int.-mis
to reglater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"orWa R s BHBBNBBfti
MORTON BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
Htarayne llldg.
l/li-21-23 2/4 ________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underelcned. dealrinc to encage In
hiialneaa under the flctltlfiua name of
UPTOWN REALTY, al 1741 S. W. 8th
St.. Intends to reglKter aald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade
Count}, Florida. ... ,,
MARTIN D. APi-l.E
1/21-2* 1/4-11_________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.iVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hualneaa under the fictitious name of
( ORAL WAY TAVERN, al 223:. s w.
-->" St., Miami. Kla., Intends to regla-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
IIAItllY JOHN NADICKSMEKND
KESHLBR CAMS
Attorney a for Applicant
171.2 West Klagler Ht.
1/14-21-2* 2/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ii I ll:v APARTMENTS, .n 1205-
1215, Drecel Avenue, Miami Beach,
i ii Intend to register said name uh
the Clerk o( Hie circuit Court of Dade
County, J-liirlda.
I8ADORE LORBER
SAMUEL GREENBERG
IRVING 8CHULMAN
Attorney for Applicants
1 Lincoln ItiHid Bldgr
1 7-14-21-28
.....I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SEA ISI.E SUNDRY SHOP, at 3001
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Inland i" reglater bbm name with the
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
' rounty, Florida.
LEONARD LOWBNTHAL (SEAL)
ELEANOR LOWBNTHAL (SEAL)
Sole Owners
OB" 'RGB CHBRTKOF
Attorney for owners
H"7 oiympia lluilding. Miami. Florida
1/14-21-28 2/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3445,-B
In Re; ESTATE OF
lSllion Hl.oo.M. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ersons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estai.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of I81DOR BLOOM, ib
late nf Dade County, Elm Ida. to the
HON. frank it DOWLINO, County
Judge of Dade i 'ounty, and file the
same in hin office in the Onuiity
Courthouse In Dade county, Florida,
within eight calendar montha from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Bald claim* or demands to contain the
legal a.lili.ss of the i I.inn.ml and to
be sworn to and presented aa afore-
said, or same will he barred. See Sec-
tion 121) of the l!':i:i I'robale Act.
Date January 17, A.D. 1(55,
i;i:i.:..\ HLOOM,
As Administratrix of tbe
te of
. isiDcm m.oi i ,#.
' PIRO -v
Attorneys for Administratrix
I L'1-L'S 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAMNEIt & CAMNER, at 4.1S1 S.W.
13th Terrace, intend to register said
name wtth the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade I "ounty, Florida.
HERMAN CAMNER
IRWTN D CAMNER
Sole Owners
LEONARD KA1.ISM
Attorney for Applicants
1001 Dull.lit Hide.
I,14-11-21 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW-
NoTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaaK,- in
is under the fictitious name of
ALFIE'K NEWS, at 16(4 Alton Road.
Miami Beach, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Mm Ida
ALFRED MART
Morton M BEIOEL
Attorney for Applicant
Blacayn* i:idg.
I. 21-28 2/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355
EILEEN DOWNB8, Plaintiff,
\s.
RICHARD T. DOWNE8. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: RICHARD T. DOWNBS
1.1 II 17th Road
Wfiite Stone, lailiK Island
N.-w York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint for Dlvoro* and oth-
er Relief lias been filed against you,
and ..on are required t.. serve copy
of your Answer to the Complaint For
Divorce and Other Relief, on the
Plaintiffs attorneys, GENET *
GENET, 110 Lincoln Road. Miami
Reach, Florida, and file the original
Answer In the office of the clerk of
the circuit court, on or before the
7th day of February, 1966, on De-
ore* Pro C..nfesso will he ciiteicl
I I .1111.
DATED al Miami, Florida, It
daj of January, I9fi i
B, H LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
, Dad. County, Florida
* By: k. ii rue, in
iNpllH 1'lelk
A GENET
ttl in f"i Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Ro.i.i. Miami Beach, ki.i.
I 7-ll-._'l-'-".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR- DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392 B
In Re: ESTATE I IF
ANNA 1-oKM AN. also known as
ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE
CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK,
ANNIE I'oRMAN. ANNA
loREMAN and
ASKA CHARTOCK. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii creditors ami aii Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ANNA FORMAN, etc., de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the HON. FRANK It. DOWLINO,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims Or demand* to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant anil to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will i- barred.
:-,-, Section 12* of the 1912 Probate
A. I
Dai.- January 17, ad. 1955.
HERBERT S SHAPIRO
As Administrator C.T.A,
of the Estate of
anna FORMAN, etc .
I i. ii-a sell.
BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorney* for Administrator c.t.a.
I 11-18 2/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
^FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B
IN RE ESTATE OF
ANNA FORMAN, il-o known as
ANNA CIIART'iCK, ANNIE
CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK,
ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA
FOREMAN and ASKA
CHART" K. Deces
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT:
foil an- hereby notifies that writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last ..in and teatameni ..f said de-
cedent has been admitted to pr.it.at*
In said Court You an- hereby com-
manded within si* oalendar month*
In.in the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said court
.in,I show Oaooe, If any yon can. Why
the action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate -In,aid not tan*
Ulll e. okeil.
FRANK 1! DoWI.INO.
County Judge
By JENNIE L. BLANTON,
Clerk
SEAL)
GENET
(C .1
I 21 :: 1/4-11
. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CNITEJl GARMENT COMPANY, *t
225 N W. FUst Court. Miami. Intend
to register said name with the lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. MA|t||OM, DirBROW
Kl'RT MENDEL
partners
Kl'RT WELL18CH
Attorney for Applicants
1414-17 Congress Building
1/21 2/4-11-18 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctitlou* name of
MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RES-
TAURANT CATERERB, al IS) Col-
lins Ave. Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SAM DEUT8CH, Sole Owner
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Attorney for Applicant
311 Uncoln Rd.
12/24-81 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. Ti'th Street.
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
R. E. itrssi'.Y. Sole owner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
23"3 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.
1/14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name nf
EARL'S COFFEE SHOP, at 2205 N.W.
7!lh street, Miami. Kla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl.iilila.
R. E BI'SSEY. .Sole owner
GOLDMAN liOLDSTEIN
Alt..i ii.. s for Registrant
23ii3 West Hag 1st- Street. Miami, Fla.
1 '14-11-M 2/4 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EARL'S MARKET, at 2201 N.W. 79th
Street. Miami. Kla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clc-
, lilt Court of Dade County, Mori la
K. E. Ill'SSKY. Sole Owner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2301 West Klagler Street. Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-28 2/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 34197.A
IN UK:
Eatate of
FRANK 8. ROBERTS. Deceased
ORDER OF PRESUMPTION
OF DEATH
This Gjuiee coming on u< b*
before me, pursuant to notic* duly
published as re.iuii.il b> law, and tbe
Court having heard evidence in sup-
port of the Petition heretofore filed
serein bj Blarn he B Rob< rta that
frank s ROBERTS, husband "f
Petitioner, has been absent (i mi'Dade
County for more than **ves year* last
pieceding the dale of said Petition
and Is belie..-d to be dead; ami tin-
Court being satisfied that the legal
presumption of the death of said
FRANK s Roberts has been estab-
lished, and the Court being fully ad-
vised In the premises.
IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED
thai FRANK S. ROBERTS he. and he
is hereby presumed to be dead;
IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED that
this t>rder shall he published once a
week for four consecutive weeka In
a newspaper In Dade County. Florida:
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
FRANK S. ROBERTS, said supposed
decedent, If alive, or any person for
him, shall produce to this Court within
three months from the date of the
first publication of this notice satis-
factory evidence of hia continuance In
life; falling which the relief requested
In said Petition shall be granted
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade County, Florida, thla 11th day of
January. 1955.
W. K. BI.ANTON. County Judge
8TMONHOV.F A B1MONHOFF, Attys.
5925 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealruig to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BERNIE'S MEN S BHOP, al 145 N W,
14th Si Miami, Ha., Intends to-regls-
t.-i said name with the Cl.-rk of thu
Circuit Court of Dad.- Count.. Florida.
BERNARD C. GREENSTEIN
1/14-21-28 2/4
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29858-B
RE ESTATE OF
SAM FRANK, lie, ea-.d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed in. final report and petition for
Final Discharge .is Ancillary Admin-
istrator C.T.A. of the estate of sam
FRANK, deceased; and that on the
21 day of hebiuai., 1955, 1 will apply
to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWL-
INO, Count} Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval .if said final
I .it and for final dls^liai-g., an An-
cillai y Ail .i i T \. uf tin.
Estate of KAM PRANK, d
This 19th daj .-f January,
LAWRENCE I FRANK,
Ancillary Administrator
c T A of the Estate ol
SAM I- RANK, deceased
1 21-2S 2/1-11
i .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522
BERTHA BKALKA, Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK SKALKA, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JACK BKALKA
. ., Mrs. 11 Blumenthal
.".IT Bdgle) Avenue
i >lcnilside. pennsylvsnia
TOl" are hereby required lo serve
oopy of your Answer to the Bin of
Complain! upon plaintiffs attorney,
and to fib- your Original Answer in
the Office of the Clerk of this Court
on or before the 14th day of Kebruai v.
Pi",:,, otherwise, the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce heretofore filed against
you win in- taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
da. of January, 19".
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
By JOAN COURNOYER,
Deputy Clerk
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955
Some Notes on the Tercentenary^
,th,,r of Comparative named chairman by then Gov. Her-
"',': "".' ,l or of the Jew- bert H. Lehman of the New York
Folklore and faum statc govcrnment advj
Ish Librao riea
Spiritual l"'i,r-
Continued from Page 1 B
move from good to better, from
(Og to clarity, from the realities of
American life to the realization of
the American dream.
Through Its religious back-
ground and through the dynamic
3..ith in God which that implies.
;he United States can become the
leader of humanity."
The famed religious leader, who
was given "Semicha" by Rabbi
avid Hoffman in Berlin in 1920,
,1,1.(1: The U.S. can thus become
the concretizer of democracythe
unifier of divergent interests and
atiitudes of its own citizenry and
human family."
These elements. Rabbi Jung de-
clared, are the essence of the Ter-
centenary celebration, a period
which comes upon a renaissance
Of Jewish thought and living in
America. Urged forward hy this
nation's apparent change in philo-
sophy toward the disparate cul-
tures and traditions which are its
llifeblood, by its desire to nurture
'them as individual entities so that
"America, Mother of Exiles" is the choral pageant being
studied here by the Miami Beach Community Singers direc-
tors Margaret Ben Yomen and Ben Yomen (right), of the Miami
Beach Recreation Dept. The spectacle will be the March 20
spotlighted presentation celebrating Miami Beach's 40th An-
niversary, in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Meeting at a por-
trait exhibit last week in the E. Allen Becker studio also were
(left to right) stage director Sid Cassell, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer and novelist Nathaniel Weinreb who wrote the pageant
for chorus, solos and narration.
they may strengthen American so
cietV. the Jewish community. c
cording to Rabbi Jung, will wen
^increasingly ** fifJJ
d0 it, share in molding in
x r,r;,.....,... $:
.divides committee ol the Jew
Swdfare Board, the spintua
leader has had first-hand expen
,,,.,. in observing this rei
PUS. he was named a member
of a four-clergyman team b.the
Pentagon to travel through th ra.
Easi and report on morale here
His visit took him to the headquar-
K of Gen Douglas MacArthur
,,. Guam the Mai
shall Islands and Hawaii
' ,.. onlj Jewish HfclJ"*;
among servicemen and the te
American civilians." This empha
sized Rabbi Jungs belie in ""'
emergence ol a grass-roots n
men! In Ameri. I ",; JeW-
ish principles and led b> an in
formed and well-trained lay lead-
ership "The absence ol such a laj
leadership." he noted, 'has here
been responsible for In
sence ol an active American lew
ish life." ,
1',,,,-n in Moravia. Rabbi Jui
ceived his Doctorate d.
ihe Universltj of London and his
research degree Irom Cambri
Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary
Plans Two Affairs
Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxil-
iary ol I Monticello
Park is planning two events for
this week.
A bake sale, al Ihe B-Thriftj
Food Store, 13020 NE 8th ave
will be held Friday. Jan 28
A "Mad Hat" cafe dance will be
sponsored b) the group al the Cen
ter on Sundas evening, Jan 30
I State government advisory board.
Professor of jon kosher law enforcementa post
to which he was subsequently re-
appointed by former Gov. Thomas
E. Dewey and which he still holds
author.
BDd Philosophy.
255 lecturer, Rebbi J>'"g also
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Red Buttons Slated
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Red Buttons. \ B.C. television
-lar. will emcee the sixth annual
all star show of the Miami Beach
Police ; Association on Feb. The -how will be held .,1 the Miami
b Dog Track.
The TV comic Wednesday wind
Det. George Green, co-chairman of
the show's entertainment commit-
tee, that he will fly down immedi-
following his regular Friday
night show to be on hand to lead
an array of stars from all walks of
th,' entertained field who have
promised the committee thai they
will attend.
Proceeds of the show go to the
Death Benefit Fund for Widows
i Children, to the association's
juvenile aid program and chant \
welfare fund.
Former French Premier
Arrives in Miami
Hon. Camille Chautemps, former]
vice president u r limes
premier of France, arrived at the
Sovereign hotel in Miami B
Tuesday
The former official ol Ihe French
government is par! ol a part) i i
sisting ol John C Metcalf, chair
man ot the World Affairs ommit
tee. Peter Von Zahn, Washington
correspondent tor the largest Ger
man radio network, and Col. Alan
Ferguson-Warren, British Empire
specialist.
The group will be guesl speakers
at the weeklj meeting ol ihe < !om
mittee of One Hundred on Ihe
same evening
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+Jmitf nc***!L I "UDAY.IANUA liY^ ^Jtnist During The Week .. .A I S *• By LEO MIMOLIN •-.= -earj :: r :-.z-zzz. zr.z :.T. .—.z~r.e : :"•'•'.." z r-ture = -.:w.th Since the appearance tiers :: .5 irv _=:.= :;::--: sc State = an***ece-tru -.5 wfr.: -eve ; area* "; = < r_: ^'"-H: --.terest .-. r.e issue .-:>• hither : spread recognition :: the -.val per l=::e 3cr.s —— e :ec.."_'. :: an ar.cent r.tr zr. P.suver %  5 tz: the A:: : *.:; SOME 600 persons honored Samuel Fnedland Sunday M a testimonial dinner at tbe Di Lido hotel. President of TenuTi H Mr Fnedland is a noted philanthropist in the America ] comntu&itv Hi* effort* in behalf of our local Combined Jewiali as well as national LJA and Israel Bond*, are legion And Ji increasingly food things about the work in which hiFood F* j dataoa is engaging. Principal speaker at the dinner was Dr. Louis Kinke!***. cellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Dr F2? came here to pay tribute to Mr Fnedlaad. one of the Seanam! ot benefactors, and this be did with gusto. The eminent ia his address, coaeerned himself with the moral cofuuteaq tune and came to the conclusion that it is in a woefully depleu] dxtion Drawing a simile from the world of finance. Dr. said that our society may be regarded in fight of it"structa*! *ood will" characteristics. In terms of structure, he said it seemed clear to him that tat I of nations is moving toward a kind of m a ch i ne ry aimed at i justice, whose function it will be "to suppress injustice So th -. bserved. when the IS. seeks for the return of a j ruoned by Red China, it can. through this machinery freedom—not beg for it. But the chancellor appeared lea"! c so far as his second category was concerned He could ti r.owbere. continuing with his oriental example by remarkm! i pear and American Caucasians are odonferojuj the ( ce versa By contrast Dr Finkelstein pointed to Maimonideas aI hal of the unity of structure and morality. Referring to tat' pentance." he illustrated the possibility of the ulamj antithesis. Maimocides, he said, called a Je* a bad Jeii the anthropomorphic nature of God. But Rabbi Ah Ben Das id commenting oa taw passage, denied the ffiaihta jj led right to charge a Jew with heresy, who atosU complete faith a clearly expressed passage ia Genesis TitVreih Ifliacl Expands la* ad zi. N arias, he _~r. e: 5 prepcred i_t.es ::. North Miami are. ana hag bean maoa Mc**aarj as c SI pa r_.tr __ z the cast >.T I p to Mr. Eisenhower t._e "mm.re* •: preve.-t a_ar.m_ia=-.-.empl:-.-men: welcome Dbe ; %  :--.. be directly responsi to him. This may or may not prove an a a •._.-.%  ; _r.e and the P-res.zr-s general :=-. :•::: eipress„-.~ -_„ej cmatters z: pchcy zzz. e.. the stc.-v Heretciore V__se_ncwer has been aitir_ea tri ever, .-._s ra_ac_est supporters on the way _-. -*-.-..— :. e r s :z^eped structurally and underdeveloped morally To ml own example We may be learning to deal with our neighbor's; site instinctbut we continue to find him odonferouFor proof of his stand. Dr Finkelstein observed that .. -.. during the pest thirty yean has, with one minor a produced no great ethical work and that not one moral system parabie to Aristotle's has emerged among us in three centimes. V. ..xrr.ed up the unfortunate path takes hi the development di natior. epistemology by drawing a sensitive picture of humaal tson. in which men concerning themselves with structure and men cerrung themsehe: ith morality fail to communicate. The • -tructure men" are. of course, those in the fields of uAnd. according to Dr Finkelstein, a further example di astigmatism lies in tbe fact that these prevail in far ma the -men of moralityDr. Finkelstein s idea! cksrbj merger of both, typified by Maimonides. who was scier a all at once Tbe alternative pr esen ts a ,v_ rj men in a world at war made increasingly ugtyl ture of technology, a system that correspond^ to the arm c reptiles, unchangable by the increment of discovery i dedicated to selfdestruction. -.-• nan and educator can agree wits 1 unhappily, permitted him>e'! ^veral • • deeply at the ultimate realization of his vision t be resolved if that SIMOO IS not to seem even m^re <" :ace of hu plea for what he. himself, ellmultd n charged American crvdixation • %  — n of omission, as he sees it. at wbosel •ed mora. • • • • • UT IF Dr Fmkel-tein deplores this omission in truth theal •jdgingiy accepts the value system according H action*. I do not want to be drawn into the csldHaJ ; .nj; about comparative greatness. Who was -greater -T^ • %  *>erdi or Purcell* Mosart or BeethovenEl <--. 'lagora, or St. Thomas Aquinas' It would be as frafl •'•reUtiv. f Hkmilli Mi TT "Hmi exampie Nor do I car* to defend the unfortunate schisB rT7.„v an i' 1>rxt,c r •-". m our time. 1 deplore it at i" rmkelsteu does and am similarly aware of the resulting *mJ^ lh *jT* nmua t* Jmes and John Dewey. to take **<, !" M ^'•wopswrs for the sake of illustration. re the aem,n. | ^ l, l*f00* ^ The Jmess*. concept of p, aSethu ^ >eU ^ DT *" r Andetaoa sad Dos Passo< to**! •PPUeable to our civih**ta. it represenU precisely that JJur, and moralit, which Dr Finketotet. keVkaTdoe, not et f^ 10 "**.* of a people is bred bv ,ts created coaacience and Ad ^££Vt'*F* • ,h An^erSTcoUcallee^ coaUl ,NSsoc,S 0 E eaMO *•-•!•• "• fM peanto W h. lh ,iL U MO J niaor "t of arguascat Nostalg" for sW] SoTof -^f P !^ eCtK n ,>p,f d b > Aristotle is no step in thifj 'moraL,; ^ ul ^ anDed •ehiertog the unity of str*tn*j Md sens7h.T rt t W HKK for '"•?•• wo seeks the marriage of %  Mty „ m, tndMtiotul An4UcmBiiaB u „, „„,* thj mor.i^Tlr ?* m b ** fd < •" inhuman kiad of pragmatisa %  < %  evidet^i.'y ** %  y**>ein. that chaage is necessary th* values on fa JZTJ!?"^ !" ** •* M n l* to m,,h ,' %  cul rZr n, *' r,,, > fkaracteriaed Mr. Friedland as -a*" nil;""" 5 0b ^' n we must guard -J i geneS^ln' H L!. r hoo *•"• to thieve +* dan o/ m/r ry* "h 0 • !" *d Amerieaa erriltatm* •* i^ZZSrZtT]^ precmrty what I-e^ ^ """aoas unity based on indigenous characteristics.



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%  ." %  PAGE 2 B *Je*istncricli2!L FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1955 Gov. Collins Guest Split Pea Soup, Fish Make Good At civic Leogue Eatinq on s napp y ( Winter Evenings !_.* ... % %  ..MI. H tnaether with 20th Anniversary Governor Le Roy Collins will make his tint appearance in Dade I County since his inauguration when he attends the jubilee din tier meeting of the Civic League of Miami Beach ;it the Algiers ho tel on Saturday .Inn. 29. According to president Irving Cypen, Florida's chie 1 executive has definitely accvptcd the invitee,CaJJiiU r tion to be guest of honor at the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Civic League, oldest civic organization on Miami Beach. His appearance at the Algiers will be in the nature of a homecoming for Gov. Collins. It was there just about one year ago that he made his opening address to people of Dade County in the campaign that resulted in his sweeping election to Florida's highest office. Cypen, his Beach campaign manner, introduced him then to some 250 supporters whose efforts contributed substantially in the gubernatorial race. State, county and city officials are expected to turn out in large number to meet and greet Governor Collins, with reservations and dinner, scheduled to start at 6 p.m., limited to 400 persons. Some members of his official famih are • xpected t<> accompany the Governor from Tallahassee The Civic League, organized in 1935. is a purely civic organization and does not engage in political activity. Cypen explained. Bunting to be Heard Committee on Handicapped Pfccemenl of the Miami chamber of Commerce will hear Karl Bunting, vice chairman of the jswj dent's Committee on Handit2il Placement, at a luncheon on frfa.] noon, Feb. 4, at the Coiu^ hotel. S.nd yo or cipe j. Th. ^^^X^ ••< your name and address. If you have a recent p g fnc.ud. if with your entry. Should V !"!" '^,"^* Recipes," you will be presented w.th a copy of The Book of # Containing 500 kosher recipes and a Foreword on th. pr.nc cookery. mushrooms, minced onion, diced Pea soup is an especlallj wei ,..,,.,,,,,.. i :il iok un come addition to any evening meal ti h( during these days, when cold snaps t miner.i I often make us think of something butter warm to eat. Here is a fine recipe • %  %  for pea soup, which can he served as a starter for a different kind ol fish dinner. ••••••• Then Baked Fish Balls Mushroom, Barley and Pea Soup 2 quarts water 1 cup yellow split peas '•j cup minute barley >:> cup lima beans 1 teaspoon salt 1 ounce broken dry mushrooms 1 minced onion l diced carrot diced parsley Bring the water to a boil and Miamian (Jets Top Award in Atlanta A Miamian has been chosen the lUtstanding man of the year of the lewish community of Atlanta. He is David L. Slann. president %  f Butler Shoe Stores, who lives ere half the year at 10050 Broaclru dr.. Bay Harbor. He was given the annual award by B'nai B'nai because he "best xemplified the spirit and preepts i>t B'nai B'rith by reasonof lis outstanding accomplishments and the advancement ol Jew ish communal life" during 1964 Slann headthe company which has 98 stores in the South and Southwest. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK CREAM ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 i^^^Mi^&^^^$ DOG CINGi m NO MINORS ST^-HEAI GRAHOSTAMO 1 |h white fish 1 |b yellow pike 2 lbs. carp l mino d onion l teaspoon -ail roil snaked m water and squeezed drj [s well beaten 1 can tomato sauce 14 teaspoon sugar b teaspoon pepper Clean and -alt the fish and place in the refrigerator, for Beveral hour-. Wash and remove the raw fish from the bone(hop in a bowl with minced onion. '. %  roll soaked In water and squeezed drj Chop until all ingredientare well blended. Add well beaten eggs, salt, pepper and sugar Form ballfrom the mixture Boil 1 minced onion and 2 diced carrots for 10 minutein 4 CUPS water. Add the fish balls and simmer i hour Place the balls in a gri ..-ed baking par. Boil down the sauce until 2 cups are left Then add 1 can tomato sauce, l cup diced table celery, the cooked carrotland pour ovt r the fish balls Dot With butter and bake 1 hour in a moderate oven. *S PROTIIM-RICH*: I CREAMY KERNELS • (Buckwnoot Grits) a Satisfying • • but loss rotferonfl! Meant]* health and enioyman! without unwanted • weight. Real bockwneot flavor grand 1 ,* at a caral...W-dr h --in puddinjt.ij DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY AISO IHIOr WOUfS MOWN tUCKWMIM 0OA?l_ "f rnornN.wcHHASMi WITH OA$O NVJUU tuvoti 1 1 • ••••••••••••••••••••••I Co-chairwoman for Hebrew Academy benefit card party is Mrs. Harry Finerman, prominent Flushing, Long Island clubwoman. The affair will be held Tuesday evening in Waldman's hotel. Also co-chairman is Mrs. Ted Landesman, daughter of hotel owner Joseph Waldman. DIET** WITH EASE with SUGAKINE— not i (lien |n i CJr loidl lo.jl for hltchtn • 'o tab • ui*. Fojroi. bottlt i*tttni m o r • th 700 cuci ol cofUal RECOMMENOtD IY DOCTOR! Sugarine ON 5 A 11 AT i HI in un irs 645 N W. 62nd STREET LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclusive Diitributort 2402 N.E 2nd AVENUE, PHONE 3-77t1 \ B G NOODLES Fine, Medium, Broad Tempting... wholesome... delicious... red home-modi flavor! EconomicalII BY THE I A K E R S OF 'OVEN CllSr" (UNSAITEO) II Mill DiBtnbuied by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC U N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phono 3-6861 TETLEY TEA IN A GLASS • • That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea at its finest..."flavor crushed" Tctley for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure... terved in a gl-ss or cup! THE PERFECT CRACKER >TIKI1II RAINaWIH e.NilT OU AimI ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Conked and Smoked Heals Ui. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955 +Jewlst flcrMton PAGE 5 B Miamians to Attend Annual AJC Meeting: Leo Robinson, president of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee, and Dr. Joseph Weidberg, a past president, will be among the 500 leaders of American Jewry who are expected to gather from every section of the Country lor the AJCommittee's 48th annual meeting which begins Friday and will continue in session through Sunday in New York City. Judge Learned Hand, dean of American jurists, has been chosen' hv the AJCommittee to receive its American Liberties Mjjdallion "ior exceptional advancement of the principle <>f human liberty," at the meeting. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, honorary president of AJC, will make the Medallion presentation to Judge Hand in the Hotel Roosevelt on Saturday night. Seymour Samet, Southeast Area director, will attend the meeting as a participant in the round table djsi ussiona which will include schools and social discrimination. Other round table discussions will concern themselves with the threat i.t communism, West Germany and Ihe Middle East, Anti-Semitism's political plans and civil liberties. A feature of the annual dinner program will be the premiere of "American Adventure," produced fur the Tercentenary celebration


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! JANUARY 28, 1955 >rin to Chair lary Group Ililporin, vice president Be Kmanu-EI, has been liiiirman of the reception for the mid-winter conii the national planning of the Jewish Theologinary of America. Halperlintment was announced by Ross, of New York City, [chairman of the commiri has played an active liami Beach Chamber of te and on the 40th annifruinmittee of the city and er chairman of the Samuel testimonial. kcntaiives of six Greater n i six other synagogues but Florida will work with and Rabbi Joel S. GefIpnal director of the SemiIcld activities, in organizfor a dinner Feb. 13 at lid., hold, which will cliconlcrence. Kmanu-El. North Shore >nter. Beth David, North ivi-h (enter, Zamora JewIt.i. West Miami Jewish temple Beth El, of West ..nil. Temple Sinai and loth Sholem of Hollywood, ; i'nai Israel of St. Peters-1 •pie Israel of Orlando and honville Jewish Center alive named delegates to the committee, tnup held an organizational (tinweek at the Shelborne rim h will be the site of (meetings of the conference the delegates to the com re: Rabbi Mayer Abramouu::,-.. Aisenberg, Murray jm, Mrs. Fred Blank, Rab( hapman, Louis A. Char|rtimer Cohen. Mrs. Irving Irs Louis Cohen, Nathan Mrs. Nathan Davidoff, ried, Ezra Finegold, Sam imuel Friedland, Dr. Clemleimis, Dave Goodman, Jabson, Rabbi Leon Hurwitz, jbson, Harry Kaplan, IsaImer. Charles Kratka puss, Rabbi Max Landman, ring Lehrman, Rabbi Samt. Mrs. Harry Levitt, Rabbi fMallinger. Abraham Malria Marlin. Dr. Herman Siz. Benjamin Miller, Alfvll. Rabbi Henry Okolica, Peiser, Allen H. Poaster, +Je*lsti HeHdtOm PAGE 5 A THE TERCENTENARY STORY Copyright. 154, by American J.wl.h Pre.t 16. Mordecai Manuel Noah Text by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO 7Hf BRILLIANT JttV'SH AMgfi/CAA, mL4YH*,*#r JOu*NAi.i*r->>uML is Men. MORDSCAl MAMUML AOAH /v/ttT ALSO CLccre-o Hia Sn*mt*r o**w YORK *V /4Z9 NOTHING CAMC OF TH* PROJECT IT BROUGHT NOAH TO THE REALISATION THAT SUCH A COMMON WEALTH CAM ONL-i SUCCtfO IN I9KACL To ._ HE HAD MCM SEMT NORTh AF*IC3 A# U.S. CONSUL AT TH Asm OF nyenTv EIGHT/ Livia Tartaglia. lyric soprano, appeared in a recital of operatic *ong Monday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. Miss Tartaalia is a faculty member of the Miami Conservatory of Music. Ben Rosenthal, Dr. Alvin Savage, Leo B. Schwack, Herbert E. Scher, Jack SeiUln, PhiUp Selber, Rabbi David Shapiro, Bert Sher. Rabbi Philip Shnairson, Dr. Israel Spiers. Bernard Supworth, George J. Talianoff, Rabbi Sanders A. Torfield, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Rabbi Henry Wernick, Mrs. Henry Wemick and Harry Yellin. Now at your gmers... oft**, BABY MEATS ijftd' I i KOSHER VAIinilS^^—*V23 c sMiKD m mum CIWHU FM JWNOM HOSKlt( FOODS (ROM THE CRADLE OK MANISCHEWITZ i ......, „,. i HM** MAOK FUMH DAILY TRYIT...You y ll Likelt 9£L SmaaUuA,! JOAIWL! ^£5 I***} JAUH/UL! Recommended a$ a basic Health Food 1 M Custard smooth, eaiy to >| dig.tt. MaW fmh doily r IN Miami from locoilv %  coootH mtk. IrtUMCTVUB r ^hone 65-4563 Bhoak foMimAy, fct 2180 N.W. 13h Ave., Miami, Fla. H£ TRI£D LAYTR TO BerABL/SH A JfMSH -a<-husettB You me hereby notified that a Hill of Comphiat for Dtvorca baa bean liU'il %  ailml >.ni. and you ,u.i..|.i,i..l to MTV* a lopy of your Ann.i M lleadinv to the 1:111 of i'omplalnl on the plaintiff.Attorney, I'HAKI.KS .1 fOL'RSHON, Ksy., sat Lincoln Road, Miami li.-a.h. Florida, and ill. the orii.-n.il Answer or I'leadiiiK in the oifi.,of the cUrti of the Ctri ill Court on or before the 2::id day ol February, IMS. If you fail to do ao, JUCIK merit l,y default will I"taken ii-.iiTist >i,u for the relief dein.uid. .1 In the Hill f Complaint. Thta ii,in,,, ahull be publlh,-d nn<-e eaeh week for four consecutive weeki in TIIK .IKWI.SH rU.KII'IAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2ith day of January, A.D. IMS. I a LEATHERN \.V Clark, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida Bl l( H RICE. JR.. (Circuit Court Seal) lx-putv Cleik I 2S — 3/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 175778 FRANCES .-illllTMAN. Plaintiff \ I v\ II.I.IA.M nil.I. BLACK, a k .i WILLIAM II BLACK; lil-:i.l-..\ KITH HI.Ai'K. ,i k ., HELEN K BLACK; CLARENCK (IRIMM ELECTRIC CO., INC a Florida .iiioci i .I.I tatlon; Ji ISEI'H li >;A I;I: IS. IN, >I b .i (IARRIHO.N Ll'MKEK COHPANT; All. AS Kl.< H |R1N< :. INC., .i I. corporation; It H I.I:I i.N \l:i, il I. ., R H LEONARD WINI >< >v s \ SCHAI-ER; HARIDN BCHAFER; DOt'OLAM LIMBER CO., ;i Florida tlon; FRANK .VI WATKIN; l/iWl;Y ELEi TRIC CO., INC., ,i Klorida corporation PEACOCK LUMBER AM' SUPPLY COHPANT. ;* Kloi ida corporation, DefendnntH, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; I. A. SHAKKJi. JIL'' Loii'-il A \ enue, l,oui.vill,-. Kentuckv MARION HHAFKR, I12S l^'Wt-u Avenue. i.oui-viil,-. Kentucky roi ARK HKREItV NOTH-IKO thai a complalnl to forecloae mortaace haa been filed aaatnal >-.u In the aaova rauaa ;n.l you are reQUlrad to serve a cup> of your anawei on RICHARD KRIEOEK FINK, Plaintiff's Attorney, I81J-1S19 Congreaa Bulldlna, Hluml, Plot -i i and fll< tliorisdnal with the Clerk %  •( the abova Court, on or Itefor,. t hBeth day of I.-l.ruar> 1!V". olh,-i-ise a def.iult will he entered aaatnal you. DATED iin> -'nth daj of January, R B LEATHRRMAN, i 'lei k %  >r i 'ircult Court i ..I.I.> 'ounts. i i". Ida r. H M \v BTl ICKINO. I o-| .ut y t 'lel'k i U — I i-ll-l^ leakier the cheerful cailNand VIUOW On* Mother faffs Anofhtr"IIS THE REAL THMGI" OLO-FASHIONID GEFILTE FISH KOSHEt O PAIEVI mede-altaeat tusar just the aatutal sittetnett of the choicest Itesh wsttt Ash. mm In Mesa'i leasiOrsM kkaanai. Irom the spotless rtchii of Mother's foodftoducts, Inc. Newitub.N I BAKERY "Butter Main's it Hetter" THl flNtST INGKtDltNTS iKf i£JT IN SKILl THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH FAMOUS FOR EGG CHAUAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7117 (Successors fe fechter's) Have that Bu*H # f f >.M..IIn


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JAY, JANUARY 28. 1955 +Jeni§n nartonw, PAGE 3 A cademy Plans Annual Banquet Ipcctation that the seventh an dinner <>f the Hebrew Acadhvill he the largest in its his %  was predicted late Wedni d I Binder, president of the lemy and chairman of the dinl In affair will be held at the hotel Sunday evening. Feb. Iblic officials and prominent from Greater Miami will be j; the COO persons who have rved tickets for this event, the pmy'a greatest fund raising afil the year. Ilhough no solicitation for is is made at the affair i: is the proceed* pt th? $100 ac dinner that the Academy sufficient funds to operate, jcr said. )ver 250 pupils receive instrucin English and Hebrew subdramatic arts and sciences, jdition to lunch and transports Since their establishment l ul has grown from a twoiroom affair to a crowded requiring the alteration of |y of its extra spaces into school This has finally led to the iisition of vacant property in |4!si St. area of Miami Beach |; future new building and ad nri.il laciiities, the Academy Jident added. eading city officials recognizI the need of the Academy like \w Harold Shapiro. Councilmen I II Roth, Harold Turk and As-1 Jamin Appel. Herman Basch, le City Judge Charles Gertler j Charles Bender. Hyman Berman, B. spurrini; the drive for a large I '• Binder, Frank Brickman. Daniel dance." Rabbi Alexander M Broad. Joseph Coehn, Nathan • principal, this week explainj Darsky, Morris S. Dubler, Herman Eisenberg, Harry Fields. Irving e feature of the coming din-' F irtel charles H Fruchtman. Har. will be a program celebrating ^ <* ne V M rt,n Ge et Sa "l Gen Jewish Tercentenary, the 300th \ *• C c ha ^ les Gert,er Rabbl Alexan |versary of Jewish life in Amer-! d er s Gross Songs and skits illustrating Hyman Jablon. Jacob Kaufman, lish American life will highlight, George Kimmel, Harry Koretzky, program. Assisting Binder are Morris Lansburgh, Aaron S. Lauer. Genet, chairman of the exj David Levin, Kalmen Luria, Samlive committee, and co-chair-' uel M. Magid. Dr. Irwin Makovsky, Discussing plans for the Hebrew Academy dinner are Associate Judge of Miami Beach Charles Gertler, co-chairman. Charles H. Fruchtman. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy, and Morris Lansburgh. Ier of Miami Beach and David Levin son. Jack Sa'in. vice president of the Academy and in charge of inlersel.H.I BJMMI reported that "there are at present many children on the waiting list to enter the Academy for which ther is no room." Dinner committee includes BenAssociate Judge Charles Gertrell Buck Airs Platform loming Gables Contest swell Orr Buck will be a candifor ; %  post on the Coral GaCity c.i.'iimission. lick this week said that "my reason for seeking the office %  commissioner is the privilege p'rving my community in a way which I feel particularly well fitted." pick said that he owes "no cial allegiance to any individgroup or clique" and that he is fmarily interested in Coral Gaas a beautiful residential com|nily." The candidate holds the AB. and LLB degrees. His supporthave indicated that Buck will n a platform of making the S'y Beautiful more beautiful." Juck, himself, late Wednessald that he wants open forwell publicized and will work kard the encouragement of all to control their common Isiness. municipal government official spokesmen "by greatgovernmental participation and free interchange of ideas." Abraham Mason. David Provus, Sidney Rubinowitz, Jack Satin, Benjamin Sherry. Max Silverberg, Isidore Spolter, Samuel Reinhard. Samuel Rittcr, Joseph Rose and Burnett Roth. The arrangements committee is headed by Binder, assisted by Frank Brickman, Morris Cohen, Harry Genet, Irving Firtel, Charles Gertler, Nathan • Ginsburg. Sam Reinhard. Jack Satin and Sol Goldman. The decoration committee is in charge of Charles Bender. Panel on Education Slated at Beth David Focusing attention on its new educational program, Beth David PTA will conduct a panel discussion at its next meeting Monday evening. Feb. 7. Serving on the panel are Mrs. Henry Kamen. Cynthia Bolt anJ Louis Gadon. Bert Sher, chairman of the board of education committee, will present the congregation's point of view. Louis Schwarizman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will serve as moderator. Tribute to Academy Affiliate Workers Paid by Leaders A glowing tribute for the Hebrew Academy Women and the PTA helping to raise funds for the Academy through a souvenir journal was paid this week by Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of the Hebrew Academy Women, and Mrs. Charles Gertler, president of the PTA. According to Mrs. Rubinowitz, over $35,000 is expected to be raised through this medium to help defray the expenses of the Academy. Already the women have reached a total of $15,000, it was reported by Mrs. Gertler's group report. The committee in charge of the program is headed by Mrs. Irving Firtel. She is assisted by Mrs. S. A. Goodman, co-chairman. Others on the committee are the Mesdames Joseph Rackov.sky, Isidore Spolter, Joseph Shapiro, Aaron S. Lauer, Sidney Rubinowitz, Alexander S. Gross, David Seid, Jacob Katz, Benjamin Kornreich, Harry Genet, Samuel Reinhard. Abraham Margel. Abraham Mason, Elias Rosch. Henry Liebman. Edna Sel:s, Samuel M. Grundwerg, Alex Miller, George Kimmel. Hyman Galbut, Morris Dubler, Herman Eisenberg, Joseph Zemel, Fred Zisquit, Frank Brickman. Nathan Benenfeld. Morris Cohen. Murray Deblinger. Harry Fields. Jack Fensterheim. Louis Sussman, Jerry Sussman, Sidney Rubinowitz, William Fin. Martin Genet, George Kimmel, Harold Reinhaol, Hyman Sandier. Max Silverberg, Harold Zinn and Henry Penchansky. 'Barber of Seville 7 Sold Out for Dade Opening A galaxy of Metropolitan Opera stars, including such leading figures as Robert Merrill, Eugene Conley and Nicolo Moscona, will headline a performance of "Barber of Seville" on Monday evening at the .Miami Beach Auditorium. The performance is under the is of the G-eater Miami Op%  ul.!. with Dr. Arturo di i-'ilippi director. Eaoerson Buckley will conduct the performance. I to Dr. di Filippi. the opening night performance of "Barbar of Seville" Saturday evening ;:t Dade County Auditorium, "is compi out." Dr. di Filipidnight supper and dance, by invitation only, will follow the opening at the Urmey hotel. \'\i year, in expect to hold a similar celebration at the conclusion of opening night on Miami Beach," the Guil I director explained. Scheduled Sunday for all members of the Guild is a reception i the Committee of One Hundred, I Belle Isle, at 4 p.m. Members of the Metropolitan star-studded cast will be present. This Sunday January 30th, 8:30 p.m. Miami Beach High School 1420 Drexel Avenue JEWISH THEATRE and CAIA CONCERT "Sv/cet Land ef Liberty' .•I Famous Jewish Artists BEN BONUS MINA BERN { MICHAEL G'BSON Y. D'JBINSKY t | Drama — Music — Comedy For Rciervations Coll TEACHER HEBREW LESSONS BY YOUNG TEACHER from Israel, for young or adults; alto conversational Hebrew. Very reason able. Phone UM 6-6143. 58-8027 cr 48 1943 Auspices FARBAND of GREATER MIAMI ADMISSION $1.50 '• SPECIAL GOOD WILL TOUR ISRAEL-EUROPE Under the personal leadership of HONORABLE HAROLD SHAPIRO Mayor of Mloml Beach mmd U* rsroe/i-born first Ltd, Leaving Now York-April 18, 1955 vie Trans-World Airlines 24 Days All Expense $1395. Celebrate Independence Day • Guests ef Israeli Government Officials Many other exclusive features will matte this the outstanding tour of MM. / %  formation Coll: GEORGE KR0NENG0LD TRAVEL SERVICE 90S ChoMber of Commerce Bide. Special Receptions to His Honor The Mayor and Nlf Party by the Mayor* of Jerusalem — Tel Aviv and Haifa. far Further FARR TOURS 231S Collins Avo. Phono 5-5327 6630 Collins Avo. Phone UN 6 1472 Miami Beach Miami Phono 2-7631 Sanday Pfcoeie OH #>7517 University of Miami Presents Third Animal Mental Health Lecture Series SIX THURSDAY EVENING LECTURES, BEGINNING JANUARY 27th %  Y RECOGNIZED AUTHORITIES Beaumont Lecture Hall 8:15 Ft* for Series: $5.00 (Tayoble of door; TOPICS: The Sox Offender Introduction fa Mental Health Meani.-ij of Psychotherapy The MM and the Brain Modern Physical Treatments far the Menfa/Jy III The School Age Child PHONE EVENING DIVISION: M0 1-4788 far information Whether Resident or Vmtmg Listen to PAUL KAEB0S and SYLVIA BRUMMER in "BLUE DANUBE HOUR" over Station WM3M-800 on the Dial This Sunday and Every Sunday at 2 p.m. Sponsored by Leading Names tor Your Listening Pleasure KAROOS Why visit 6 other attractions when you can see it all tor one fare of TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and Zoo PHONE 64-4579 FOR RESIDENTIAL PASS, FREE I CAMEO Wash. Avo. at ISth Miami Beach N0W-IN PERSON Opon 1:45 Yiddish-American Vaudeville with MAX and ROSE B0ZYK LEON SCHACHTER FLORENCE WEISS GITEL STEIN SAM BLUMSTEIN and STAN PORTER ON the ScrotaGREER GARSON in "HER TWELVE MEN" ..*)IENO TM OMM CUIID Of (Mini M>W PRESENTS HESE METROPOLITAN OPERA ASSN. STARS in The Barber of Seville SAT., JAN. 29 • MON„ JAN. 31 • WED., FEB. 2 TIGHTS 2.50 fa 5.00 LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR Sot. Feb. 19 • Thur*,Feb. 24 Sat. Feb. 26 GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! TICKITS AVAILABLE AT BurdiitOf Cordelia's Cord Shoa Stoadmon's Record Shop, Carol Gables Soli's Fifth Avenue, Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach Miemi Beach Radio Company 51-7575 Dado County Auditorium 4-9230 Miami Beach Auditorium 5-0477 • ••••• i ..9-1332 .3-5123 ..4-19*1 .58-0711


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1955 LEGAL NOTICE Jewish fkrkMaiii PAGE 7 B ", THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,!TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175942 %  i: i: i E. MOSS, Plaintiff, vs. M MOSS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Veil KSTHBR M. Moss. address hiiihnown, are hereby required to I ..f your Answer to n BUI of I", for Divorce OB I'lalntlff's ROBERT I l.KUISoN. 704 Flulldlnf, Miami, Florida, and ihi original with the clerk of the i. ii Court, on in before the Mh • I-1\ "f February or a default will .1 %  K.I I II M( you. li.XTKH HI Miami. Florida, Ihiii 20th L %  i.iimary. ri.". K i: I, i:\TII.-RM.\N. i lerk. dri-iilt Court Ii) u \l W BTOCKINO. Deput) Clerk l-ll-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i.ini: is HEREBY GIVEN thai i"il. ilisninK In ,-nKaKi' In mcler ilie fictitious name of CITIES SERVICE STATION, \ W. -ml Avenue, Intends to %  I name with the Clerk of i Court of I lade County, JAMES It. M.M'i:II:I-:I:T I I.KWim IN, Bsy 1: Mai %  • l-ll-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW : is HEREBY GIVEN thai mied, desiring to engage In '.'lii the fiitlitoiiimiii,' of SAI, til'TlxiiiK SALES, r si reel, Intend! i *isam* with !• %  ("I.ik of tin i iif 1 lade i %  .Minn Florida. HA KOI.I) BCHECHTER '\ M'l: MANNHEIMER National i lutdoor Balei ill NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thai • l ili-Hlilna to engage in the fictitious name ol lUio's UKAl'TY BATON, at 1*111 i'is llliiliway, Intendi to register • %  Ith the ci.-i k nf the i "Ii • < i'i.' Counts. Floi Id i MAltr.o DfDLEY, Owner 1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKRBBY GIVEN that • d, dealt IHK '" encace In the fictitious name of i"> IOK s. at Ml Baal Piaster Florida, Intend* I • u mi the Clerk of the 'ounty, Florida. MKlt RII.VERM IN. Owner 1 KVNNER i ithei Bilvermao ll-U fist t^sr SIDE ALL 'ROUND NEWYORK CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE 3-5069, YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE, OR TELETYPE N Y 1-3*01 SHIITON Teletype NY 1-3601 tiEt Comforfoble RoqfnfT Sensible Roteil TV Avoiloble f Air Conditionirej, Centrol Locotioni Fine Food Friendly Hospitality' Conventions, Goroge __ \ (At the Shelfori En|oy the Free Pool and Monte Proser 7 } —ItS | "la Vie") ill LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTKi: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In SfftH,;'*' the fictitious name of I AI.AHHA I'KUHTTS, at 213 N.K. i." %  ^.t 1 ""' MJ m 1 "'"-'da. Intend, of lh? . KOVNKI, MANNUS!^'^* ivVTt"^^'" 1 1 "* labril Products "~ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE el EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17*002 ,.,"FI'H1NB V. I'ASKI;\I. II. '-"' Plaintiff. MivM .-" PA8KEVICH, defendant A SUIT FOR DIVORCE VDAM 8. PASKBVfCH VL>DREKH UNKNOWN" Vmi are hereby notified thai i mil nplalnt for Divorce has been II n a| you, ana yetl are roqulr,i |„ nerve a oops of your Anawet or iima in the mil of I 'omplalnl on "ntlff* Attorney, DAVID UEV1XI-:, l-'.'i N.W. I -'tli Ave., Miami. I-1..i iila, and file the original Aiwwrr tiinar in the office of the Clerk l i .nil Court mi OC In-fore the ii, ,i I February. UM. if you I,. so, Judgment by default will I..' i.,i.. n sgsinsl yon lor the relief In the Bill of Complaint. notice shall la* published once ,i,',, k for fo Hive week* .. i HI: H:\\ ISH KI.OKIDMN MI fir.DKi:i:i. &f HI da* ~nt -iMepe^el % !'~*. t?EATlTEn*>N; -'U'He „, fil ,. „ Clerk, Circuit Court, T" 1 .. 5T"? e '" "'" Count) Dad, County, Florida B) JOAN OOCRNOYER, II i ,.in i Seal) Deputy ci. i k : i-ll-l„ ,M Tu N r OT ^ E TO CREDITOR8 M a^r. COU J Y JUDG E"S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343 B In Ri ESTATE (*• MORRIS RICHTER, Deceaaed To AM Creditor* and All Peraona Having I lalms or Demands Against s,,|,| Data t< You. ami each of you, are hereby notified and required to preaent any claims and demands whjrh you or either of yuu. may lin laaaB oilitliLau,' |i e-tate, At MTmRr* IttniTWTV dec,*. Sri^^.l^aBBBaamaaalti M d. urthouae in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the ilale nf the first publication hereol Saul rlaima or demands to contain the legal addreaa of the claimant and to be sworn to ami presented ns aforesaid, or aame will be barred Hate January 17, A.I). 1905. SYLVIA HICHTER. A Administratrix of the Eatate of MoltRLS RICHTER. Di I It. MAYERS Attornei for Admlnlatratrix lloe-r>4 CongresH Blilg., Miami, Ha, i n-2! — :''i-ii LOYAl aBfJBLHOTIli NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter 67S of Florida Statin. -s Annotated (1941). Warehouaemen ami Warehouse Receipt H, wherein A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC. a Florida cnrporittlon, by virtue of Its warehouse III in, has In its poaaeaaion the following dei i Ibed property: OFFICE Il •ItNlTCRE AND MI8CEL.LJCA.NOUa 8TRAP8, as the prop. city of Jin I, If. DONALDSON, B70 N i: Oi Street; l LOT OFFICE SCI'I'LIES. as the property of MR. J. KAPLAN. Ml .1. fins. -II Av.-nue: l LOT MISCI:I.I.I:A.\OIS Fl'RNiTl'RE, .ithe property of MR wn.BERT WOODS, i (62 N.W, Ith Place; and that on the lat da] of February, lest, durlhaj the local houra of *aM, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:no in the afternoon, al 2041 N, Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, the under%  bffned shall offer for sabto the highest bidder for caah in hand the above deacrlbed property aa Ibe propertj of Mr. L, M. DonaMaon, Mr. J. Kaplan and Mi Wilbert Wo DATED HI Miami. Florida, iM 17th ii.i i i>r January, 11 iS A. o TRANSFER ft WAREHOUSE CO., INC. 1/21 -2% IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 175831 RUTH LEVY, Plaintiff, vs. HUBERT LEVY, Hefendanl ORDER OF PUBLICATION To HUBERT LEVY 340 Baal 52nd sin • i Apartment 1 1> N.-w York. New York You are hereby notified that %  mil of Complaint lor Divorce haa been fil.-,i aK;iinst you, ami you are hereby required to aerve i copj ol your Answer to the Mill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Anawer In the office ol the clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before til* iHth da\ of February, ItSS; otherwise, the allocation! of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confeaaed against you. Dated tin-i y ih day of Januai B. II LEATHERM \N s" Clerk >f i"In ull i "ourt \\s R. II. MICE. JR.. (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE I TALI l.VOFF, ESQ. Attol n< %  for I'liuiitlff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/21-2 — 2'4-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIflUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS .IIEKHIiV lilVEN that the undersigned, dealrinc to sneace in business under the fictitious name of JIM DOOLEY ENTERPRISES (Not Inc.), at 2M> S.W. 64lh A\i. .Miami. Fht., intends to reglstei said name with the cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES I, pooi.EY, Sole Owner HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2S11 W. FUial.r St. 1/14-21-2* — 2/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underMlgned. desiring to engage In huaineaa under the flclltloua name of MAGNOLIA SUNDRIES, at 14570 N.W. 22nd Ave., I>ade County, int.-mis to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, orWa R s BHBBNBBfti MORTON BEIGEL Attorney for Applicant Htarayne llldg. l/li-21-23 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underelcned. dealrinc to encage In hiialneaa under the flctltlfiua name of UPTOWN REALTY, al 1741 S. W. 8th St.. Intends to reglKter aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade Count}, Florida. ... ,, MARTIN D. APi-l.E 1/21-2* — 1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY c.iVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hualneaa under the fictitious name of ( ORAL WAY TAVERN, al 223:. s w. -->" St., Miami. Kla., Intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. IIAItllY JOHN NADICKSMEKND KESHLBR CAMS Attorney a for Applicant 171.2 West Klagler Ht. 1/14-21-2* — 2/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of II I ll:v APARTMENTS, .n 12051215, Drecel Avenue, Miami Beach, i ii Intend to register said name uh the Clerk o( Hie circuit Court of Dade County, J-liirlda. I8ADORE LORBER SAMUEL GREENBERG IRVING 8CHULMAN Attorney for Applicants 1 Lincoln ItiHid Bldgr 1 7-14-21-28 %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SEA ISI.E SUNDRY SHOP, at 3001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Inland i" reglater BBM name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade rounty, Florida. LEONARD LOWBNTHAL (SEAL) ELEANOR LOWBNTHAL (SEAL) Sole Owners OB" 'RGB CHBRTKOF Attorney for owners H"7 oiympia lluilding. Miami. Florida 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3445,-B In Re; ESTATE OF lSllion Hl.oo.M. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'ersons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estai. You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of I81DOR BLOOM, ib late nf Dade County, Elm Ida. to the HON. FRANK it DOWLINO, County Judge of Dade i 'ounty, and file the same in hin office in the Onuiity Courthouse In Dade county, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claim* or demands to contain the legal a.lili.ss of the i I. inn. ml and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 121) of the l!':i:i I'robale Act. Date January 17, A.D. 1(55, I;I:I.:..\ HLOOM, As Administratrix of tbe te of isiDcm m.oi i ,#. PIRO -v Attorneys for Administratrix I L'1-L'S — 1/4-11 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAMNEIt & CAMNER, at 4.1S1 S.W. 13th Terrace, intend to register said name wtth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I "ounty, Florida. HERMAN CAMNER IRWTN D CAMNER Sole Owners LEONARD KA1.ISM Attorney for Applicants 1001 Dull.lit Hide. I,14-11-21 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAWNoTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enaaK,in is under the fictitious name of ALFIE'K NEWS, at 16(4 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Mm Ida ALFRED MART MORTON M BEIOEL Attorney for Applicant Blacayn* i:idg. I. 21-28 — 2/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355 EILEEN DOWNB8, Plaintiff, \s. RICHARD T. DOWNE8. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: RICHARD T. DOWNBS 1.1 II 17th Road Wfiite Stone, lailiK Island N.-w York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for Dlvoro* and other Relief lias been filed against you, and ..on are required t.. serve %  copy of your Answer to the Complaint For Divorce and Other Relief, on the Plaintiffs attorneys, GENET GENET, 110 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the clerk of the circuit court, on or before the 7th day of February, 1966, on Deore* Pro C..nfesso will he ciiteicl I I .1111. • DATED al Miami, Florida, It daj of January, I9fi i B, H LBATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dad. County, Florida By: K. II RUE, in iNpllH 1'lelk A GENET ttl %  i n f"i Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Ro.i.i. Miami Beach, KI.I. I 7-ll-._'l-'-". IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FORDADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392 B In Re: ESTATE I IF ANNA 1-oKM AN. also known as ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK, ANNIE I'oRMAN. ANNA loREMAN and ASKA CHARTOCK. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII creditors ami AII Person* Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ANNA FORMAN, etc., deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the HON. FRANK It. DOWLINO, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims Or demand* to contain the legal address of the claimant anil to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will i„barred. :-,-,• Section 12* of the 1912 Probate A. I Dai.January 17, AD. 1955. HERBERT S SHAPIRO As Administrator C.T.A, of the Estate of ANNA FORMAN, etc I i. ii-a sell. BERICK, SHAPIRO FRIED Attorney* for Administrator C.T.A. I 11-18 — 2/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ^FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B IN RE ESTATE OF ANNA FORMAN, il-o known as ANNA CIIART'iCK, ANNIE CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK, ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA FOREMAN and ASKA CHART" K. Deces NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: foil anhereby notifies that written Instrument purporting to be the last ..in and teatameni ..f said decedent has been admitted to pr.it.at* In said Court You anhereby commanded within si* oalendar month* In.in the date of the first publication of this notice to appear in said court .in,I show Oaooe, If any yon can. Why the action of said Court in admitting said will to probate -In,aid not %  tan* Ulll e. okeil. FRANK 1! DoWI.INO. County Judge By JENNIE L. BLANTON, Clerk SEAL) GENET (C .1 I 21 ::• 1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CNITEJl GARMENT COMPANY, *t 225 N W. FUst Court. Miami. Intend to register said name with the lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MA|t||OM DirBROW Kl'RT MENDEL partners Kl'RT WELL18CH Attorney for Applicants 1414-17 Congress Building 1/21 — 2/4-11-18 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the flctitlou* name of MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT • CATERERB, al IS) Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAM DEUT8CH, Sole Owner MALVIN ENGLANDER Attorney for Applicant 311 Uncoln Rd. 12/24-81 — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. Ti'th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. R. E. itrssi'.Y. Sole owner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant 23"3 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla. 1/14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name nf EARL'S COFFEE SHOP, at 2205 N.W. 7!lh street, Miami. Kla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl.iilila. R. E BI'SSEY. .Sole owner GOLDMAN liOLDSTEIN Alt..i ii.. s for Registrant 23ii3 West Hag 1stStreet. Miami, Fla. 1 '14-11-M — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EARL'S MARKET, at 2201 N.W. 79th Street. Miami. Kla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clc, lilt Court of Dade County, Mori la K. E. Ill'SSKY. Sole Owner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant 2301 West Klagler Street. Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 34197.A IN UK: Eatate of FRANK 8. ROBERTS. Deceased ORDER OF PRESUMPTION OF DEATH This Gjuiee coming on u< b* before me, pursuant to notic* duly published as re. iuii.il b> law, and tbe Court having heard evidence in support of the Petition heretofore filed serein bj Blarn he B Rob< rta that FRANK s ROBERTS, husband "f Petitioner, has been absent (i mi'Dade County for more than **ves year* last pieceding the dale of said Petition and Is belie..-d to be dead; ami tinCourt being satisfied that the legal presumption of the death of said FRANK s ROBERTS has been established, and the Court being fully advised In the premises. IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED thai FRANK S. ROBERTS he. and he is hereby presumed to be dead; IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED that this t>rder shall he published once a week for four consecutive weeka In a newspaper In Dade County. Florida: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that FRANK S. ROBERTS, said supposed decedent, If alive, or any person for him, shall produce to this Court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice satisfactory evidence of hia continuance In life; falling which the relief requested In said Petition shall be granted DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, thla 11th day of January. 1955. W. K. BI.ANTON. County Judge 8TMONHOV.F A B1MONHOFF, Attys. 5925 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealruig to engage in business under the fictitious name of BERNIE'S MEN S BHOP, al 145 N W, 14th Si Miami, Ha., Intends to-reglst.-i said name with the Cl.-rk of thu Circuit Court of Dad.Count.. Florida. BERNARD C. GREENSTEIN 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29858-B RE ESTATE OF SAM FRANK, lie, ea-.d NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed in. final report and petition for Final Discharge .is Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the estate of SAM FRANK, deceased; and that on the 21 day of hebiuai., 1955, 1 will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLINO, Count} Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval .if said final I .it and for final dls^liai-g., an Ancillai y Ail %  .i i %  T \. uf tin. Estate of KAM PRANK, d This 19th daj .-f January, LAWRENCE I FRANK, Ancillary Administrator c T A of the Estate ol SAM IRANK, deceased 1 21-2S — 2/1-11 i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522 BERTHA BKALKA, Plaintiff, vs. JACK SKALKA, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JACK BKALKA ., Mrs. 11 Blumenthal .".IT Bdgle) Avenue i >lcnilside. pennsylvsnia TOl" are hereby required lo serve oopy of your Answer to the Bin of Complain! upon plaintiffs attorney, and to fibyour Original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of this Court on or before the 14th day of Kebruai v. Pi",:,, otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed against you win intaken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th da. of January, 19". E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida By JOAN COURNOYER, Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plulniiff'a Attorn.-. NORMAN R LYONS 910-911 oiympia Building, Miami, Fla. 1 /14 21 L' s 2 4 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN RO AT WASHINGTON. INTEREST PER ANNUM ON SAVINGS QUARTERLY NEXT INTEREST PAYMENT DATE FIRST AL DEPOSIT INS. CORP. .. SUMS EACH ACCT. 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PAGE 10 A *. k^MJka^^===^ FRIDAY. GLOBAL SHORTS Isrca! Deputy Minister Acquitted of Irregularities %  i Sobeloff Urges Maximum Support to Fede-atioris Jewish Protests Halt Religious Teethings in Public Schools %  %  : %  %  %  Kinship Stressed by Eban At Notre Dame University N • • I i i %  f the Act' whirl. w„ busim %  r the h • pitul's one fu: the } i "All Jubilee th ; ist is n it din l .... nk it is s r lineup again, we I tick" •i one • h E I ". aships announced by Kane th.eluded David Phi .; h residents; Iir A R H il :..:.-. Da' %  : : h M • MrMorris G thur Bun tice volun Philip irps rell. Levin n. Londoi nd ( altho appoii Boxing Films She Mm'i i lul w II bold %  nee:n(J %  vening. Jan 21. ii| berg, pi Mt-FiiJ %  lit! Ill pa-t | Outstanding Sec Available •••" stenegrapher-typiit; tptnrfcnci; knswlfofi ill Oiiiim rtss^miaility,ti (Urectiaii; Bttracr vf (ffeai %  •nonnlity. $75. Bai 2171,1 LADY G**i Ctiotif Mahat t* MHI CONGENIAL GEN1 in the Siitifi Mrs. 6., •• 2f 73. Mil b) the.r "behind the 06 said. [or whu-h all workers year ii RURV h must be attained if ffset its deficit. I through the hospit tree and part free ir the p pie .if the N O v OPE* 10MAM CONVHB NOME 3S0 N.W. SMITH RIVHI r+.Hou' Reg trtd v,. rrvision Ml. K'U Fo t"'*", MM Phont -if — H-' YOUR ENCOMt: TAX J. E. MARQUA PREPARED CO"l" r li_y BY FFOERAl TAX MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART Open o .m CONSULTANT PHONE ?•• to • H-m. sic purpose ol tl \ l which was thi admissii n "f 2U.uon n I New Bill May Deprive Jews of Kosher Meat LONDON JTAi The Jewish population of Britain may be without kosher meat if a bill to change the manner of slaughtering animals ipassed next April when the measure is scheduled to receive its second reading in Parliament, Dr. Abraham Cohen, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, ed here. Seville to Rise 15 Stories on Beach one of Miami Be i< h most historic hotelis being reduced to Agriculture Discussed At Beach Forum Dei Vid hei Forur, I He at its wi kindling wood, and in its place ii Congregal on 1956 will open a modern, S8.000 ''''"''or uoo structure, the Seville. jneroiu booki and scientific | Putting up the hotel is the Cros,[' r u cnnKj l journals in English, Fall Fledged Bookkeeper And assistant to Extcurive. Ps-rmanent posiion with merit opportunities to tnergaMa person. Pleasar-t aawgj Givt back 8 eoond, qualifications. MR. L. M. c o BJ 277J.I Florida, n and here will be in America Hebrew. "Jewish His topic ilture Jewish Students in Tunis Urged to Support Moslems TUNIS (JTA)—The General Union of Tunisian Students called on Jewish students here to support their Moslem colleagues "in the interesta of the Tunisian nation and iiyouth.'' Habib Bourguiba, leader of the nationalist Neo-Destour Party, received a delegation of Jewish students here with whom he discussed the political situation. b) Corporation headed by prominent hotel man and financier Irving Kipnis. former builder and owner of Miami's Biscayne Terrace, his son, Ted Kipnis. and his son-in-law, Arthur M. Lowell, and Morris Becker, former L'JA chairman, prominent business man and civic leader of New York City The Pancoast. later known as Grossinger-Pancoast. was put up in 1923 and for years was one of the show places of Miami Beach. The Seville, to be the largest allsteel constructed hotel in Miami Beach with unusual architectural features, will tower 15 stories, the limit under Miami Beach zoning laws. It will contain 300 rooms, and the penthouse floor will have two and three-room penthouse suites. According to present plans, the Seville will be ready for occupancy ^uSklST ft? m December, 1955. i„, CJ(,Pr of he congrcgaB'nai B'rith Social Miami Beach Chapter of B'na, Br.th Women will p „ nM „. ., : social f„r „„ n and women fX Kenny Auditorium. 1835 Bav rd Tuesday evening. Feb 1. Mr ". i, ^Solomon is n charge „ f [£ New Men's Club •'. Club ( ,f UM W Miam, Jewish Center will hol(1 c)m naettog on he ; sl T lp ^ iv •WT, month. Sol Berlin ,, h J rWeaker at the ope,„ n ~ tion. PALMER'S MIAMI MCNUMENT CO-; M'aml'i On And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Dlivryl ferring thi CoramunitySiflCf Exclusive RCCK if MEMORY %  '* h.w. m s'S? root* T*5



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JANUARY 28, 1955 • Je*lstrtcrktian PAGE 9 A JGIOUS DIRECTORY M ISRAEL will hold Frlyng services at 8:15 p.m., bin Joseph Narot officiatc Universal God" will be pet of a sermon'by Rabbi Lsed on Dr. Carl Herman pently published book. • • • MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Friday evening services id 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Taxman officiating. Cenwill assist. Subject of the "The Father in the id Synagogue." Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Raban will discuss the W'eeki. Junior services will be i. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., by Shalos Seudos and • • EL CONGREGATION will ^iday evening services at Saturday morning servat 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu will officiate and preach theme: "The God Who Iis Face." Cantor Fishel | will chant the musical porthe liturgy. Class in San|Ls at 4 p.m. Mincha will be .followed by a discussion iohar. Junior services are my Hall at 10 a.m. Henry, Mr. Samuel Friedman, will Bar Mitzvah. • • • U. GABLES JEWISH CEN11 hear Rabbi Morris Skop "Jewish Ethics in the Zoning Friday evening serv8:15. Saturday morning are at 9:45. Michael, son nci Mrs. Adolph Brown. 501 rd.. Coral Gables, will bear Mitzvah. • • • OAVID SYNAGOGUE will \le Friday evening services p.m. Rabbi Henry B. Werill discuss: "My Country— and Sanctuary." Oneg Shabbe sponsored by Mr. and idore Berman in honor of aughter, Judith, whose entit is announced, and their Inc), returned from Korea, morning services are at when David, son of Mr. and ix Swartz. will become Bar The Swartzes will present ^al offering. • • • SLERGRANADA JEWISH JNITY CENTER will hold evening services at 5:15 ^ith Rev. Leo Heim officiataturday morning services 8:30 a.m. Rev. Heim will the Weekly Portion and Ithc liturgy. Junior services |10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at followed by Shalos Seudos. kd Mrs, Isaac Cohen will be I Rev, Heim will preach on %  me: 'Pharoah in the TwenL'entury." • ILEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS }H CENTER will hold Frirening services at 8:15 p.m., jtabbi Malcolm Sparer officiand discussing: "Jews in ^tion." Saturday morning es are at 10 a.m. Class for meets Tuesday evenings at • • • ^ELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 5:30 and Builders if Immortal Memorials fir the Jewish Trait [El ffl SI Bfc for the 2-Story White Building innond Monument Co. *ARKER8 $404)0 PLUS 'EMETEHY CHARGES J**A*W Pfc—o 13424* 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton "Malavsky officiating and preaching on: "Being Afraid." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Malavsky discussing the Weekly Portion. Mincha will T>e at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND. CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m., with the junior congregation officiating. Saturday morning services will be at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will preach on the theme: "Two-Headed Man." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Akiva Chill will preach on the theme: "Religion in Answer to Mental Disturbance." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the litbecome Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Cantor Titzchog Katz, of Detroit, Mich., and New York, will officiate. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Class in Talmud meets daily from 2 to 4 p.m. •• • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:40 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Sunday services are at 8 in the morning. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 in the evening. • • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating and preaching on the topic: "Civilization and Religion." Topic of his sermon will be: "Does Modern Cultured Civilization Require Religion?" Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Class in Talmud will precede services, at 8. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "The False Philosophy of Pharoah/' Class in Bible is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:30, followed by Maariv. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold late Friday evening servurgy. Saturday morning services ices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David are at 8:30. The Rabbi will discuss: Shapiro officiating and preaching "Remember the Day." Junior servon tn e topic: "How to be Happy As ices are under the direction of! a Jew." Cantor Joseph Malek will Rev. A. J. Safra at 9:30. Class in' render the musical portions of the Candlelighting Time Shevat 5 — 5:43 p.m. Talmud will be led by Rabbi Chill at 4:45 p.m. Mincha is at 5:45, followed by Shalos Seudos and a sermon on the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie Becker will discuss: "Sight and Insight." Class in Talmud precedes the morning service at 8. Bible study will be conducted at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz will be hosts. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss: "To Hold a Feast—We Must Unite." Mincha is at 5 p.m., folfowed by Shalos Seudos. Morris Sinitz will be host. Rabbi Ever will preach on the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 8 a.m. • • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30, with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating and preaching on the topic: "Whak is True Democracy" At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Shalos Seudos and Maariv conclude the Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and preaching on the topic: "What is Torah?" Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehrman discussing the Weekly Portion. Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cayre, and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler, will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening service's ;it 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: "Our Prayers Could Change the World." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meltzer, 535 West 30th st., will liturgy, with the choir assisting under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Name-giving ceremony will be held for Richard Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Boren. Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosoff. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Shapiro discussing the Weekly Portion. Daily morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan officiating and discussing: "A Personal God." Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the junior choir. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Caplan speaking on the Weekly Portion. Bible class is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the topic: "Israel vs. Egypt." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. Oneg Shabbat following will be prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Nat Banks. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Okolica discussing: "Redemption of Egyptian Slavery." Junior services are at 11 a.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Guest Rabbi Benjamin L. Grossman, spiritual leader of Beth Hamidrosh Hagodal, Roxbury, Mass., discussing: "Building a New World." Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate. Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Horowitz, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9:45 a.m. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold. Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Guest Rabbi Hirsh Herson, of Winnipeg, Canada, will officiate and pre"ach on the topic: "Blessings of Our Fathers." Cantor Albert GlanU | will render the musical portions j of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will/ Dr. Yitzchak Raphael, member of the Israeli Knesseth and a leader of Hapoel Hamizrachi, will be guest of honor at the 16th annual dinner of Hapoel Hamizrachi on Sunday evening, Jan. 30, at New York's Commodore hotel, it was announced by Max Hagler, chairman of the New York Council of Hapoel Hamizrachi Cantor Katz Will Be Heard at Beth Tfilah World famed Cantor Sholom Katz will appear in Sabbath services and concert at Congregation Beth Tfilah starting Friday evening, Feb. 4. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah spiritual leader, revealed this week that Cantor Katz will also be heard during services Saturday. A "Grand Maariv Concert," scheduled Sunday evening, Feb. 6, will conclude Cantor Katz' weekend-long appearance. Reservations may be made at the congregation. 935 Euclid ave.. Rabbi Rackovsky said. Cantor Katz, in 1941. with 1,600 other Jews, dug his own grave in a Ukranian concentration camp. Chanting as he dug, he was spared death when his voice attracted the attention of the Nazi captors. Columnist to Chair Local Dedication Miami Beach Sun columnist Paul Bruun will be master of ceremonies at the dedication celebration of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 13. Ceremonies are expected to begin with services Friday evening, Feb. 11, and last throughout the weekend, Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader, revealed late Wednesday. World renowned Cantor Sholom Katz will officiate at all services, Rabbi Ever said. The Sunday afternoon affair will feature Jules Fiedler and his orchestra; Duke Leonard, songwriter and humori.st; Leonard Young, baritone, now appearing at the Monte Carlo hotel; Florence Love, recording artist; and Darlene Kelly, nationally known actress. Joining Cantor Katz in a cantorial program will be Cantors Maurice Mamches, of Beth David Congregation, and Berele Kelemer, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Dedication ceremonies are slated to conclude Sunday evening with a concert by Cantor Katz. Healy to Seek 'Harmony 7 In Gables City Commission Coral Gables attorney Andrew T. Healy has qualified with city clerk L. W. Robinson, Jr., as a candidate for one of the city commission posts in the April elections. Now serving as a member of the Coral Gables trial board, Healy this week said that his chief desire in seeking office "is to return harmony to the Gables city government." Healy is well known in Coral Gables political circles. He served two complete terms as commissioner and resigned during a third term just after the Pearl Harbor attack to serve as an assistant Dade County solicitor. Discussing his harmony campaign theme, Healy said most of the organizations that had requested him to seek office indicated that "Coral Gables has had fhore He studied voice in Budapest and unfavorab i e publicity in recent months than during its entire hisVienna and before the war was chief cantor of Kishineff, Bessarabia. Cantor Katz came to the United States in 1947, after an appearance as guest artist at the World Zionist Organization convention in Basel. He is a Columbia recording star. follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Guest Rabbi Herson discussing: "Religion in the World of Science." tory." Healy noted that "1 agree with my friends that we should elect a more harmonious commission for the good of the city." Dr. Spock to Speak Dr. Benjamin Spock will talk Monday night, Feb. 7 at the Dade County Auditorium. His topic will be "What is Discipline." REMOVAL NOTICE THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION OWNERS and OPERATORS of MT. 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PAGE 6 A +Jeist fkrfflw nUDAY. JANUARY .Miss Miriam Gerstein Lace for Marriage t<> In a candlelight ceremony on Sunday. Jan 23. al the Empress hotel. MisMiriam FranceMidy Gerstein. daughter of Mr and Mr? Arthur Gerstein. Covington. Ga.. became the bride of Robert R. Frank, -cm 0< Mr and MrMil Frank. 1350 Michigan ave Miami Beach. Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the North Shore Jewish Center, officiated. Decor of the entire wedding was pink and white. Best man was Joe Gerstein. of Atlanta. Ga.. brother of the bride. Maid of honor was Phoebe Sperling. Pickens. S.C.. cousin of the bride. Elliot Weston. Ely West, Morris Wekstein. Bertram Kfare. Jules Freeman. Eugene Weiss. Allan Zerzer. Allan Wilson were u-herThe bridal gown of imported chantilly lace was fa-hioned with a fitted bodice illusion neckline embroidered with iridescent sequins and pearls, long sleeveending in wrist point and bouffant skirt of tulle with an overskirt of chantilly lace extending into a cathedral train. Her fingertip French illusion veil was attached to a crown of matching lace and iridescent sequins. She carried white orchids on a Bible. The bride is a graduate of Emory University Academy. Oxford. Ga. She received her degree at the University of Georgia and ia member of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority. She was in the Pandora Beauty Court. The groom attended New York University and received hiBA degreen at the University of Miami and the LLB degree at the I'M I.aw School. He is a member Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity and a partner in the law firm ol Summer, Frank and Weston, Miami Beach A reception and formal dinner followed at the Empress. The couple Hew to Mexico City for their honeymoon and upon their return will make their home in Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests included MrErnest Gerstein, Dominican Republic: Mr. and Mrs MornSperling, Los Angeles, Cal; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Levine. N.Y.; Mr. and Mr?. Harry Duke, Brooklyn: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gertz. Akron, O.: and Mr. and MrJoe Gerstein. Brooklyn. Chooses Chantilly Hubert H. Frank i \ Whsrt<*3 0 Alii Mrs. Robert I. hmmk Cali#, Glantz Troth Revealed Mr and Mrs. Samuel Cahg. of Allison Park. Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter. Sandy Diane, to Arnold Samuel Glantz. son of Mr. and MrHershey Glantz. 1401 SW 17 ter Miami. Sandy is a sophomore at the IniMiss MalterWeds David Hoffspiegcl In Rites al Colony Dec Vt was thi d .,, Mis Harriet Matter and bride, rents are Mr and Mr-. w.,married to the son ol Mr and MrGeorge Hoffsi 'he „y, with Rabbi Irvini Lenrman offici Th shion! ed w.th a BruIwith i bout: %  skirt with i tram H< : fingertip length tulle veil was itUched to %  1 pearl and sequin crown, and ?he carried white orchids 01 ,rand. • %  %  MrRoberts Sandier cousin <>f the bride was matron of honor Hiss Luba Benton i rilyn Goldstein were hnde-maids Susan Halter, sister of the br tl >wer girl Roy Hoffspiegel, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. and Ushii eluded Irwin B< rman, Shep ard Masarek and Edu The bride attended Miami K Senior High School and the University of Georgia Mr Hoff.piegel alto attended Miami Beach Senior High School, Carnegie Institute of Techno when he was a member of Beta aternit). the L'niver:. .situ and Emorj I i %  Miss Arlvn K^J Chooses .lii n e i June 4 is the date MiRosalind Farhie ha, i*?' marriage to Harris vTl -th. They., be w,. d ^ Manor, Miami Beach Miss Farhie. daughter „, „ Mrs. Wi.ham Farhie, 329, Jj ter., is a senior at v.JI School where she beCul versified Cooperative Club. Mr. Horvath is the MOI and Mrs. Benjamin HorvatkT ( NW 20th st. He K a gra^i I Miami Jackson High White-l I University of Miami, he bJ ; member of Pershmg Rj|u. ary ROTC society. 1 Mrs. Owiii Haffsaieief Miss Weller to Wed Alan Greenwald March wedding in Detroit will unit in marriage Miss Miriam Gail Weller. 447 Coral Way. Coral Gables, and Alan Frank Greenwald. son of the Emanuel Greenwalds. Hazleton, Pa. Miss Weller is the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Weller, Detroit. A former University of Miami student, she is staff member of the UM library. Mr. Greenwald received his BA and MS degrees in psychology from the UM, will continue his studies in psychology at the Univer sity of Chicago. Tooley •Myron Mist Sonly Calif yersity of Miami. She is majoring in apparel designing. She is sweetheart of her fiance's fraternity Tau Epsilon Phi. Mr. Glantz is a senior at the I niversity of Miami and will receive his BBA degree Jan. 31 His majors are management and marketing. An Air Force veteran, he 1a member and past president of Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity He is also president of Alpha Sigma i psilon, national interfraterniti leadership honorary. During his college career. Glanti has been active in PEP Club, homecoming committee, chairman of the student finance committee and 1 ecretary-al large on th, ores! dent cabinet of student bods eminent Arnold was recent!} chosen f..r his extracurricular activities to be listed ,n "Who's Who in An,e,, can Colleges and Universitii The couple are planning an August wedding. Mitt Miriam G. Wtller Mrs. Schwartzman To be Hostess Hanna Senesh Group of Hadassah will be entertained by Mrs Murray Schwartzman, 6225 rd at an Oneg Shabbat Saturday. Jan. 29. Mrs. Max Weitz will discuss her recent visit to Israel. A musical program will be offered by Mr Uu Brown, accompanied by Mrs Margaret Yoman. PERSONALLY S P E A K I N G I" tninenl Ji wish leaders vaca ti I include MrMaurice Zackheim, M : I L'sdan, Ml V. rnon, N Y ; Mr and MrSam Rosengarten, Brooklyn: and Mr and MrJoseph Rabinovitz Brookline. Mass Zackheim is president of the Zionist Organization of Detroit and the United Hebrew Schools of Dei nut and honorary chairman of the Hebrew Schools' board ol education 1 sdan is chairman ol the Mt Vernon Jew ish 1 enter board of directors Rosengarten 1pre idi nl ol Brooklyn's Yeshiva Toras ernes, and Rabinovitz, president of New England's Stop and Shop super mar kets, 1one of that area leading Jewish spokesmen. •' %  Former New York leader Ed Kelman-, now owner ol Miami Beach new Motel Ankara. is hosting Mr and Mr.1 A Price, of Willoughbj 0., and owners of the well known Uorche-tcr racing stabli %  %  Mi1 eh.i Diamond, of Brook lyn, N.V is -pending a three week vacation with Rev and MrMorris D. Mager. 4555 North Bav rd Mrs Diamond is national president of ihe Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Ministers and Cantors \sociation ol An '•' %  Braverman, president of Dynamc Appliances ,. taking In J *" r ,, "" : 1 Association of Home 11,1 r ~ meetings in Chicago He H" B ,SO %  '" 1 the "' I ";: M organization while there /;" V < I v| Los Angeles are ton he retun to Mian at inn with Mr an I Mrs | man ol v ft th Ham,,,,,, ., Mass., rounder of to,, v S Now residing at the o> Greater New V,, k MlUlt "' the Women's ISStmiSffl '" Hosp.tal and also nclon,/ """ board of the Jewto, H2£ ,h< Aged Aux.liar" s ; i H r,hp (iarricn Ceremony For Elise Stein A garden wedding on June 12 is a date to be looked forward to by Shirie) Elise Stem and A. Alan Sobel. Mr and Mrs Henry A. Stein, 1710 SW 18th at., are announcing i their daughter's engagement. She graduated from Miami Sen• High School where she was a member >f Osum honorary' music society. She attended the University of Miami for one year. Mr Solid 1, the son of Mr. and MrLeo Sobel. 2170 SW 19th st. He also was graduated from Miami High School and the Universitj ol Miami, where he waa member of Tau Epsiloa Phi fraitj He 1now attending Southern Optometrj in Memphis. A DM mber of Omega Ep-ilon Phi %  I fraternity he la president of the Florida Club and past president ol Hlllel Miss Arlyn I. Faraft Miss Sperling Will Live in Phiiadclpj June 26 ceremony in Ph pria will unite Mis ling and Herbert V,, ,mraaj that city, in marri The bride-elect 1the dausj of Mr. and Mrs. Paul SperliotJ ami Beach. Mr. Wemtraub ill son of Mrs. Henry Shaw andj Weintraub. Rabbi S. M. Machtoi. uf will officiate. Edu in WeinH and Mrs. Leona Levine will at) the couple. Sweet Sixteen Candlelight tea was held oa I 22 in honor of Marcia Braun'sl birthday at Burdinc tea with 27 guests present March.I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Soil Braun, attends Miami Senior I School and is a member of Ti B'nai B'rith Girls. Mill Shirley I. Sfeia Mizrachi to Mark Brenner Anniversary The 59th wedding anniversary of Mr and MrJoseph Brenner. 927 I h St., Miami Beach, will be marked by Miami Beach Chapter of MixWoroeni Organization on • evening, Jan 30, at Beth itton. '"". %  Miami raddeali 'or the past IK )e „ ..,. .,„ l,ul,! 1 1 >3 grandchildren and 5 dren Childra are resinl and in%  •" Robert Brenand ; imLBrtnMr "d MrNathan Hoch">•. Mr and Mrs Herman BrenMr ft .,.,.1 Mrs Herman Be gard I unin Mey,,r '"-"iol .1,. mmbmjumt *m "' r "'" 'or the children's Village hairman of lhe "rUta PaulixMChiU <-|n,m 1 „eei ll( h:;r „. o f "'V: dud *• Mesdames ,. %  ST s,r s -*Oneq Shabbat on The Paole Zion OrganiixthnJ cooperation with Farhand. P Women and Histadrut Con


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/ ,>. PAGE 8 B +Jewlstncrffls[L FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955 Some Notes on the Tercentenary^ ,„th,,r of ••Comparative named chairman by then Gov. Her"•',': "".' ,l or of the Jewbert H. Lehman of the New York Folklore and faum statc govcrnment advj !" Ish Librao riea Spiritual l"'i ,r Continued from Page 1 B move from good to better, from (Og to clarity, from the realities of American life to the realization of the American dream. •Through Its religious background and through the dynamic 3..ith in God which that implies. ;he United States can become the leader of humanity." The famed religious leader, who was given "Semicha" by Rabbi •avid Hoffman in Berlin in 1920, ,1,1.(1: The U.S. can thus become the concretizer of democracy—the unifier of divergent interests and atiitudes of its own citizenry and human family." These elements. Rabbi Jung declared, are the essence of the Tercentenary celebration, a period which comes upon a renaissance Of Jewish thought and living in America. Urged forward hy this nation's apparent change in philosophy toward the disparate cultures and traditions which are its llifeblood, by its desire to nurture 'them as individual entities so that "America, Mother of Exiles" is the choral pageant being studied here by the Miami Beach Community Singers directors Margaret Ben Yomen and Ben Yomen (right), of the Miami Beach Recreation Dept. The spectacle will be the March 20 spotlighted presentation celebrating Miami Beach's 40th Anniversary, in the Miami Beach Auditorium. Meeting at a portrait exhibit last week in the E. Allen Becker studio also were (left to right) stage director Sid Cassell, Cantor Samuel Kelemer and novelist Nathaniel Weinreb who wrote the pageant for chorus, solos and narration. th ey may strengthen American so cietV. the Jewish community. c cording to Rabbi Jung, will wen ^increasingly •**£ fifJJ d0 it, share in molding in x r,r;, ,... %  $: .divides committee ol the Jew Swdfare Board, the spintua leader has had first-hand expen ,,,„.,. in observing this rei PUS. he was named a member of a four-clergyman team b .the Pentagon to travel through th ra. Easi and report on morale here His visit took him to the headquarK of Gen Douglas MacArthur ,,. Guam the Mai shall Islands and Hawaii • %  •,•.„. onlj Jewish HfclJ"*; among servicemen and the te American civilians." This empha sized Rabbi Jungs belie in ""' emergence ol a grass-roots n men! In Ameri. I %  ,; JeWish principles and led b> an in formed and well-trained lay leadership "The absence ol such a laj leadership." he noted, 'has here been responsible for In sence ol an active American lew ish life." 1',,,,-n in Moravia. Rabbi Jui ceived his Doctorate d. ihe Universltj of London and his research degree Irom Cambri • Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary Plans Two Affairs Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary ol I • %  %  •" Monticello Park is planning two events for this week. A bake sale, al Ihe B-Thriftj Food Store, 13020 NE 8th ave will be held Friday. Jan 28 A "Mad Hat" cafe dance will be sponsored b) the group al the Cen ter on Sundas evening, Jan 30 I State government advisory board. Professor of jon kosher law enforcement—a post to which he was subsequently reappointed by former Gov. Thomas E. Dewey and which he still holds author. BD d Philosophy. 255 lecturer, Rebbi J>'"g also unique honorary governholds a uniqu today menl position. Iniw^__ LEONARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPELS Recognized for Leadership almoet 75 years America's Most Beoutifwl fuittrol Howe-Only Uwlsh Chape/ in North C. 1850 ALTON ROAD 1250 79th ST, Normandy Isle 5-2100 UN 5-2222 Home of the Beautiful Blue Fleet Ambulances 24-HOUR S I V I C I COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE PARKING ON ITS PREMISES J. C. EWING, Funerol Director IN PHIIADEIPMIA • 1512 NOTH UOAD STMET Red Buttons Slated To MC Group's All Star Show Red Buttons. \ B.C. television -lar. will emcee the sixth annual all star show of the Miami Beach Police ;



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; • PAGE 2 A *~./ evening Palm Beach community leaders were on hand to meet Abrahami who came to the United States to attend the Israel B"nd< International Mobilization Conference in the Hotel For.!. Saturday and Sunday Abrahan • with the it of the world's i plant lor the manufacture of prefd concrete pipes, the YuvaJ r.^r A1-holds a num: -raeli armed fortes dec: Earlier in the week. nor at a cockTail part) given in the H •:nqjBeach, by ownerMr .nd Mrs tt ilium Fisher t' riled Number May Accoir-pwy Mayor, Mrs. • pjrt M Israel Tour le ri : 18 Farband Cavalcad* Presents Internationally u^ the Schweid book He h* mi of Liberty." a cav-. alcade in ten sceneof 300 years n nowrica. -vill be, presented b> Farband. Ubor Zion. demek High ( tvcoini 'in. 30. u b) Mark Schweid. and | ..:'' be B.i. "• -i V::ina Yudel Dubin ,.. pisaial Shmu.l friendled S. Rabert Ab.-efcomi S'r.:::z'.zr.r. r.~ :s the hostess committe ::: the Israel Bond Inien Mobilisation Conference. Left le right ere Mrs. Anne ".'.':.: Hirschman : of Spcr. Monte Selig chairman ;: Women 5 Dit i Bonds in Miami crea; ndMa '.' Rubin first woman Trustee of Israel 1 this area ~.z. World-wide c: leaders will convene at the cc:.:e:er.ce in Hotel Fontainebleau on Saturday and Sunday to map a program of ac::cr. for Israel during 1955. Anniversary, Officers Honored in Miami %  %  eek to a I and to a golden wedding .-> couple, and DM rai-e fur.:: r Hapoaloth -.-• Club II r a golden wedhonor N!r ph Lev;,. -nt I pre-. and : Worn Mere VTee pn on I MrWilen-k;. pvinj a lunch r. honor of • --.dent. Mm Louis Beckermin. on Tuesday noon. Feb 1. in the Strath I hotel P rocee di will go to Moetzet Hapoaloth. the I-raeli Working Women's Council which i> the counterpart of the American Pioneer Women. Hebrew School Group Slate Annual Event S %  •• • v m i Hebrew School and Congre. hold iour,tr\ -• n jpper" Sui ••:•.. Ian • %  Program will include Le..nard Stern. Palm Beach tel nality ,r Pel rman ad u ill • by the Mi Herman, '•er and 350 Lincoln Road Meixanine — Phone S-MI1 Entrance on Washington Ae OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frame* Duplicated • Large Selection In Latast Styles Guild Drama Scheduled Bob Brenner will present the Theatre Guild drama. "AH My -tartine Saturday night Jan 29. at Coral Gable-, Jewish Center The production will run %  e nights. Haftel Unveiling Tk %  of a monu • ir.emory of the lati Has rmerly o: %  • %  :• It* Sus laj Jan 2 30 p m at Ml V • Rabbi A Hi Hi Haftel iMrvived bv AiiHu-ta: two tons, Herman, of New York, and L.ui-. of Miami, three daughter-. MrHarriet Light and Mrs Sybil F.-her ami. and Mrs. Marge Fortini. "' Vw ^ nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren Arrangement.are in charge of PalmerMiami Monument Cornpar,) 1-nencL and relativeure d to attend. Wfcife DAY WORKERS DOMESTIC HOTELS RESTAURANTS Co/area 1 S6 and Fare Moidi Moidj, Porteri Kitchen Help ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 NX 1st Ave. Ph. 93607 -"0* I' Im ( ... World's Largest Pert Control Company Call 2-1776 L S. si. Frwdman ani M. Rophan HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washiajton A e *,;.„; Umfk Sefween fourth and fiffli Jfi. HEMEW MIICIOUS SUPPLIES r Srnoaogaes and Private Us* Aba far Hebrew Schaals vnm *CTO TaUaawaa S4I1J ISKAll CUT IF IC AT IS numerous son*;-, many popular in the In.ted StaiM bera of the east have VjT* 1 in concert and theater* i the U. S.. Canad a and Eun^ To Moet Tuesday^ Msterlftood ( h< H : sb*i will meet on Tuesdss >ti Feb. 1. at Beth Kl (7, n Gordon Unveiling Th. % %  ner of thplace • HI th Rabbi mem /+* %  *, PESACHl SAILSNO DIRECT Comytf r*r ('••( *j->r TO ISRAELI U -sK (NEW YORK TO HAIFA) VM ISIAIl MAVICAIION (OM^IT. IXt : IItI!!-'-ntS MKIKJUMSMai SMPNK H K. If NCtM jt ill. mil CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACl| The most valuable possession of Riverside is tLe ^oodjwill.of.tlie tamiliestwe "serve. 0 A.I C.X •. up r side ItMllaU C N A PC L.-c FUNERAL DIRECTORS fr^ Pak. "9 TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Miami B<*h^ t Flag^ 4 20th Ave. 1236 Washington A*. /•U-a WM 5-7777 SJiSS 2-MOUB AMSUIANCI • % %  V lCI *• r lW "*". '*•• Di^cor y AM ..N.^, Trc-* I Ui .w Y0 ., 7Mt $trw ., ^ AtmtttiMm a/ aaooKLVM aaoNx •. u>NO ULAHD



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' PAGE 4 B lmMJto£&&£L FRIDAY, JANUARY 2fl to^ • V V" mamm POUTMCAL CIRTAIX New Senator from Oregon Intellectual With Difference By JEREMIAH BEN-JACOB OJI Prt I quently declared unconstitutional by the'Supreme Court. But in 1930. Oregon voters overwhelmingly elected a Jewish department Store A great deal has been said and Proprietor as Governor Written about Richard L. Neuber-1 In 1944 the l.bcra Way, c Morse gert "astonishing achievement." I defeated Senator• Rufus Ho mar an L the 'Manchester Guardian" put i isolationist On the eve of the 1954 it. in winning the senatorial elec• elections, the state was "**? tion in Oregon and thus, with the of bitter polemics and vio lent.deaid of his senior colleague. Senator nunc.ations. Mr Neuberger claim*. Morse, depriving the Republicans that the visit of "seven reactionary of control oi the Senate, but not politicians who came to Oregon enough perhaps on the other asto stump for his opponent. Senator pects of the Neuberger story. Cordon, hurt the incumbent. Alwhich its numerous and occasionmost the entire press of the State allv prophetic overtones, already opposed Neuberger After the constitutes a fascinating social docelections, one of the leading Portument land newspapers praised the high : „ intelligence which he has displayIn a land and an age where inJ remajned tellectuals are of en regarded a !" 0 8 £ hls personal ambitions operating outs.de the main current The ^^ £ no(able {of ^ Semitic overtones and numerous references to Mr. Neuberger s "Jewish personality." A bigot ex,>utSO\ \ riTlES EN PWQHAM A Economic Aid Can beTOnlv Insww to Arabs-Dollinger hiior Do/linger "Eisenhower holds key' t BY DAVID HOROWITZ AJP Congressman laidor Dollinger, who returned from a visit to Israel lusl In time to attend the opening o| Congress, said that when he saw Premier Sharett he had told him that "economic, not military, aid WtJ the best and only way the United States could assist the Arab countries" Interviewed in his new Woolof events. Mr Neuberger has at tained high office even though he is an intellectual par excellence, a magazine writer, an author, an "egghead." He has written for the mass circulation magazines and new-paperas well as for the more limited highbrow periodicals. In the Thirties, he also wrote on Jewish subjects for "Opinion." then edited by the late Stephen S. Wise He has published a number of books, including a biography of Senator Norris, a review of the plained the intrusion of this factor as follows: "We cannot beat Neuberger on issues, but who cares about issues: we are basing our campaign on personalities: and being a Jew is part of Mr. Neuberger's personality." Significantly, the electorate rejected the appeals to bias. That Mr. Neuberger was morally (;,,„', var i ous forms and tempora problems and prospects of the prepared for the anti-Semitic onreality. Literature, as a manifestsNorthwest. "Our Promised Land." taught may readily be seen from y on 0 j one ,,f these form-. is heir and an autobiography. "Adventures ,hc response that he had developed Ul Ini >; „ m unfortunate lapse. Into Politics." He has shown that to the anti-Semitic challenge over Thm fori „ u with deligW .,„,, ., serious literary bent is no h.ntwo decades. When Hitler rose to excitemenl th ., t Ul take „„„. lf drance to fruitful political activity power he was in Germany w.th an iUthor who h ^ c iin]| „, md The present junior Senator from his uncle. Commander Neuberger. „ cd (he s n () n ,_ a> „ er, is an intellectual Lnhke a good many deluded opt.£ kBftt for hnv( with a difl He is one dominusts. the youthful Neuberger .he fa g sma|J ^ t|u nated h\ a vision — the vision of was born in 1912> saw in the In-, massivi dams and abundant elecferno of 1933 the complete sub-1 Such a writer has recently aptric power for America's last fronjugation and ruination of the GerPeared on the American literary tier--the Northwest, the vision I man Jewish community. ** %  *: "£*?"? ***** n y f Awakened is laudable primarily for itreality Lest it be thought AWAKENED. By Margaret Abthat this is a very simple thing, rams. Philadelphia: The Jewish let us take cognizance of what the Publication Society of America. reality of a novel must include. 344 pp. $3.50. It means, first of all, characters. The story of "Awakened" is the By HILARY MINDLIN Utory of a German refugee rabbi. Americans are quite accustomed Kurt Rosen, and his wife. Ellen, to accepting the time lag which who come to a small Texas congrcperpetuallv exists between civiliza-1getion. their first assignment in America, and their first close relationship with that curious hybrid. American Jewry, heir to both worth Building office in New York where his brother manages the Dol linger & Dollinger law firm, the youthful appearing Congressman from the Bronx was full of enthusiasm over his visit to Israel. "What I saw had far exceeded my expectations," he said. "The young state today represents the greatest eco. nomic power and the only stabilizing force in the whole __ die East." He expressed the vietl that "if Israel were left unhampered. she would become self-sufliS ent within a matter of a few yean* He found everyone working, men and women alike. "In the Aral villages," he said, "the women di the work while most of the m loiter." Stating that the shipment ngre*| man Dollinger made it char that] though a great many CongressaagJ and Senators are pro-Isi person to control the issue in gress is the President hn Eisenhower hold the key. ha sau adding: "I hope he will take a i termined stand with Dulles" While in Israel, Dollinger msl relatives he had never seen liefortl Among them was his aunt. Mrs! Esther Ettinger. Born on N*l York's East side, the progress* Democratic Congressman servejl eight years in the State A-sembq and four in the Senate before was elected to serve his district i Washington. The 84th Congr marks his fourth term. The 83rd Congress, accordiaf, Dollinger, departs without luunjl passed any civil rights bill No*l reached a vote in either house -I and this in a period when ,ne J*J preme Court took another gr**J step towards equality in itcho segregation decision, ar.d White House continued itMCt *t ful assaults on segregati": in "H armed services, in the District Columbia. THE W OULD OF SPORTS Hall of Fame Selection Due Soon By BILL WOLF If the reports are correct, A] Rosen will once again (• earning $42,000 during the comil for his expert service] with the Cleveland Indians That is the figure that Al drew last year, and he has just sj gne( | his new contract, said to be at the same figure. This will be A|\ ninth season with the Cleveland Indians. We're not going to go into another round of praise for Al's Playing, as that has been done— necessarily—time and time again Suffice it to say that even when he isn't in top shape, he is still a [Pie oi injurii \, vtrtho less, he managed to h.t 24 home run>. had ,, ;too batting average, JJJf in 102 !" • %  • Worth Arrangements arP already un'I'-r ay for the 1955 selection of 11 Players to the Hall of nl'T, A '. his P" 1 1 ,l ls Pertinent to ask a question: u.llHank %  r;'nbwg ever make the honor? from this corner it would seem •hat H a Hall of Fame really means anything more than a li* i ?" J nk Gre enberg should be included. Hanks tremendous diathe years Hank has never ma*J it. Last year he polled n: WjsM a vote in which Joe DiMagg r the only one selected He 175 tallies. The rule is th' player must have at hast 751 cent of the total votes in ortwi to be chosen. The 97 repress | a further drop for Hank. 'b been declining in the votingAt this point it would that he'just isn't going to it. Perbnpa a revision of tM we get "our Hall of Fame P' is needed. / • •/ Bernard Mayer, who has_ red in Israel's ftiaccabiah ST"""*--'=vt~ ES-33W£ Last year for example, the 29beine ISEZ' cert .t inl >' "^nt his York City. Meyer won the ** year-old third baseman ,ff~a ,V_ ,ng adtl d to the sacred li* ^w. i, A7T—* witba third baseman suffered .saered list, polftao AJL.V. event with > However in Ki_ .^' Ta im PWan A.A.Uevem nowevef, m m, balloting thro ujfc vrf^^t fraad



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UDAY. JANUARY 28, 1955 led Feather Drive 'asses Last Year's lark; Report Due Community Chest workers breezed past their final total raised in bst year's Red Feather drive this Eeek as they reported $1,153,989. r 94 per cent of their 1955 goal tised at the second report of the letropolitan Division. With a total of $23,778 reported, Jie Metropolitan, or house-to-house porkers, pushed their total colp?ted in the two w,pck old camsign to $14fl,092, or 7 per cent I th.'ir $192,200 countywide goaf. 1 The new funds left just $71,011 %  i go to reach the minimum quota leeded for 1955 Chest services ere of $1,225,000. It meant the DUSC tohouse workers were only 16.108 short of their 1955 quota. Five of the 12 regions in the jtighborhood campaign pressed to |ore than 90 per cent of their Uota, according to Mrs. F. F. Ravn. chairman of the division. J Downtown Region, headed by |e Rev. W. P. Harman, held the lad in the race for the Community hist cup with 98 per cent of Lai. but South Dade, Mrs. Mercer L Barefield, chairman, with 97 kr cent, Miami Southern, Mrs. R. f. Craig. 96 per cent, Southwest %  de, Mrs. John Grentner and Mrs. Dbert C. Simmons, co-chairman, 1 per cent, and Coral Gables, Mrs. •illiam Cox and Mrs. Joseph Frann, co-chairmen, 90 per cent, were essing close to the Downtown oup. [other regional standings were: brth Dade, 82 per cent; Miami Jntral. 73 per cent; Homestead, per cent; Miami Beach, 56 per nt: Midtown, 54 per cent; Northkst Dade, 35 per cent. Jut-landing cleanup work by ptnet directors resulted in pushseveral new areas over the in the neighborhood drive, .ester R, Barnhill, 1955 Chest npaign chairman, said the Metbolit.in Division had $113,000 Bed on this same date last year, thi^ week's house-to-house hit S146.092, or more than 1,000 ahead of last year's drive, captains who were over the top Hni the first week of the drive re honored with special awards. k.lph Seerth, Florida Power and pt Co, and Truman Lord, coslie designer, entertained the -JewlsUkwIcafn PAGE 3 B George Pomerantz, president of the Dade County Chapter of the Florida Federation of the Blind, this week revealed that the group will hold its first annual all star show on Sunday evening, February 20, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pomerantz, a former well-known restaurateur of the area who was stricken with blindness in 1951, said that Harry Hershfield, TV personality and one of America's most noted story tellers, will be master of ceremonies for the four-hour show. Leading a parade of stars will be Xavier Cugat and his wife. Abbe Lane. Don Cossack Chorus Appears Here Feb. 5 This season brings the 15th anniversary tour of the Gen. Platoff Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers. The group will appear at the Dade County Auditorium on Saturday evening, Feb 5. The one-night appearance is under the sponsorship of the St. Kn. Vladimir Church, Miami. The Cossacks, all of them now American citizens, began their season early in October. The Cossacks sang their first concert together 22 years, ago in the Cathedral in Prague inCzechoslovakia. They were ertffes from the Don River Country and were gathered together by Nicholas Kostrukoff who left Russia in the Revolution. Thus they began their musical wanderings which were ended when they were invited by Special Attention to All Social Functions women workers with songs and-f community singing. The third report by the door-todoor workers is scheduled for Friday noon, Jan. 28, at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI REACH Air Conditioned — Centrally Heated Dietary laws strictly observed HOTEL POOL CARANAS Where Superlative Kosher Dinners are served amidst a distinctive atmosphere of charm and ciihure I! Far Reservations Phone UN 6-8831 "Hie Haiti of Foods of easonab/e Print" LUNCHEONS SSc and 9 Sc DINNERS 95c ami up Henri's Restaurant I finest German-American Cuisine for Your Comfort Completely Air Conditioned 3101 PONCE DE LEON ILVD. CORAL CARLES, FLA. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1955 PAGE 6 B Florida ADL Meet To View Resort Discrimination First demonstration in Florida of the "Dolls for Democracy" project will be presented at the I lor ida State ADL Conference to be held on Sunday, Jan. 30, in the Pennsylvania hotel, West Palm Beach, it has been announced by Sanford M. Swerdlin, Florida State ADL chairman. Conducted by members of the ADL committee of the Palm Beach B'nai Brith Women's Chapters, the "Dolls for Democracy" demonstration will depict the teaching of good human relations through story-telling and group participation. Sidney M. Aronovitz. president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai Brith Lodges, has announced that Lodge ADL representatives from throughout Florida arc expected to attend t h e statewide gathering. Mrs. Morris Marcus of Orlando, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai Brith Women's Chapters, has stated that Bimilar representation is anticipated from Florida B'nai Brith Women's Chapters. Major consideration at the conference will be given to the problem of resort discrimination in many areas of Florida and to statewide anti-discriminatory advertising legislation to eliminate the blight of anti-Semitism practiced by many resort establishments in Florida. Also to be included on the agenda will be presentation and discussion of the U. S. Supreme Court decision declaring segregation in the public schools unconstitutional and desegregation of the public schools. Scholarship to Yeshiva NEW YORK —A second major American corporation this week allocated a four-year scholarship to Yeshiva University for undergraduate study. General Motors selected America's first university under Jewish auspices among 306 national institutions to receive a grant under a new $52,000,000 annual program of financial aid to higher education. HIGHEST IN RESERVES ulivrv firm < 01 V IS MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL 1 1 N O 5 AND lO> OCItl01 MAIN OHIO SOUTH SHORE HUNCH Mil and Hording linl0,n %ni ""'' Wo '"""'" ,n **•" 66S w< h '"9'<>" >'• MAKES POSSIBLE OUI 3% DIVIDEND nique distinction of buying the first tickets to Mt. S.nai Hospital's all-star Jubilee for four consecutive years belongs to Felix Haas. 1078 Venetian Way (right), shown here accepting tickets to this year's event from motor corps chairman £01 London. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Jan. 14-17) MORNING SATURDAY I Test l'.utern I SUNDAY MONDAY I Show, Wraihtt I 8:00 I'ins 1' %  "> %  ^'" %  •"' Mo, .'. n We,,el n 1 8:1b 8:30 >ok Up, LJve f Arthur Ooofnjf DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, 8 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 141S Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAY, JANUARY 29th Guesf Speaker (from New York: PROF. JACOB S. JAFFE lecture on: To be Annv, .I 11:15, Barker BUI 11:30 Bearch P. Fin'row rart.ion-o-ville 11:45 liiiuliiiR Unlit AFTERNOON | Thin Is The Life I | Living Faith Menu Magi. 12:001 I've Got Sews 12:15 Love of Ufa 12:30 Welcome Traveler '2:45 •• Big Top Wlnky Dinky Dleneyland 1:00 Urun.-h With Judy 1:l I 1:30 Art l.lnklctl.-r To Be Ann ced 1:45 Industry Parade toy rtoRers I To Be Annced I'M lie view Noon Kdilion Love of Life Search Traor'w Ciu ldlng Ught SHch W. Juir Welcome TrT, "JEWISH AGR/CUITURE AMERICA' IN *:00 Bin I'ayoff :1§; 2:30 Jack Cobb 2:45| t O'I lock HIKII I Comedy Hour l>e Witt Show Houseparty I 3:00 Jackie's lluun I 8:15 3:301 Valiant Ijidy 3:45 Si-. HI Storm 1 4:00. Alec lilbnon I 4:15 i 4:301 4:451 To He Ann'ced UlMieyland I Bi^_ Payoff Jackie's Secret .- IOIIN oini I Hay I I Norby Dollars Secondl You Are There I Alee Ulbaoo On T. 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I m PAGE 8 A Gables Woman To Chair CJA Pace Setters Tea Hn LouiE. Goldman will be i man of the Combined Appeal Miami-Coral Gab!--Pace Setters Tea. it has been announced kin. Samuel Simonhoff. CJA WomenDivision chairman MrGoldman's group ha.held several planning meetingattended by Coral Gables and So ut hw es t Miami leaders to arrange the important fund raising event. +jfitffkrkSar FRIDAY, JANUARY %  I Mrs. lewis I. Gilimon On Thursday, Feb 3 the committee will hold its third p at the home of Mrs. Goldman. 6501 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. The Pace Setters Tea baa been scheduled for Tuesday. Feb 8. in the Goldman home. Members of the planning committee appointed by Mrs Goldman include the Me-dameMeyer A. Ba-kin. Sam Heiman. Stanley C. Myers, George Chertkof. Aaron Kanner and Sam WeiaaaL Also serving on the committee will be the Mesdames Leo Ackerman. William Berkey. Harry' Gordon. Max Hoffman. Aaron Kravitz. Oida Rubin. Samuel T Sapiro, William D. Singer. Bernard Steven-. William Weintraub and A. i WeUins. Arveys to Host CJA Women's Division Affair lead ar.rl M r MJ arOl • buied Jewish Appeal Hamm't Di%  hB after Jan 31. at their horn426 • dr Mrs. Jack A Women I chairman head the I ^aj"' fund raiding event to be sponsored in the diuPrir.cipal speaker at tJe wenen's kickoff went will be John Stanley Grauel executive director of '.he American Christian i tine Committee, who recently returne : .-at of %  Morocco. Tuxke> an I I-raeJ the leaders of the women's group will be Col Aney nationally known Democratic lea Increased tempo m activities of the Combined Jeui-h Appeal V en Division week in announcement of num> piannins DM %  • ry< ar Luncheon met of Mrs, Moe Ft i M nday.; The• ng of thleft to right; are Marvin Flonnan. co-chairman; Ho -o-chasrnan: Al Goodmcn, cc-chairman; Jay Weiss, cochairman; Leo A. C r ood and Per?::-: Service Division. Standing (left to right) are Bucky Gray, Don Bellamy. Harry Goodm an. William Lee and Harold Lewin. Mrs. Skop to Address Jacksonville Sisterhood %  %  Sui Mrs. SI S p.irt of a program of the South* Tern; an affilial •h> N • nal Federv MrHarold Thurman. of 3801 ral Gables, ident of Southeast Federation and chairman of Florida's caravan, revealed that other women are currently joining MrSkop in addressing organizations throughout the region. Among them, in addition to MrThurman. are the Mesdames A I. Brown. Leon Ell. Marius Hanson and Leopold Schwartz. MrSkop is a graduate of New York University School for Jewi-h TeacherShe attended the National Academy of Fine Arts and accomplished portrait painter 'Celebrity Day' Plans Mapped by Serbin Plans are going ahead for the "West ebnty Day. a full day's program in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal According to John Serbin. chairman, outstanding sportcelebrities and personalities in the entertainment world are being invited to participate in a profes-ional-amateur golf tournament. Entertainment and a gala dinner function is also included in the full day's program. It is expected that the committee will set the date for mid-February Key workers appointed by Serbin to a-.-i-t with arrangements are Al Goldbach. Sam Heiman. Cocktail Party Slated Stag cocktail party and social evening will be held at the home Of Mr and MrLeo Ackerman. 1384 sw 18th st on Thursday rung. Feb. 3. Ackerman iserving as chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Insurance and Finance Division, and hainvited a group of leading people in the insurance and finance categories to confer with him on the organization of his division. Ackerman Is a pioneer founder and worker in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is active in a variety of community welfare programs. Aaron Kanner. Stanley ( ||yeri David Phillips. Sam Resnick. Bernard Wagner. Bernard Wall Carl i Wemkle and William Weintraub L Coral Gables area campaign gets under way with top campaigners accepting pledge assignments. Shown (left to rirS 85=5 ggsnS ruhes chairman George ChertkoL commuXational Council Open Meetings Both Council of Jewish Women's organizations will hold their i lar monthly open meetings on Wedni Fternoon. F> I Former Florida Senator Claude iii be principal speaker at th during the mornMai Imng Lehrman will officiate Joseph ian eighth student jt NautiluJunior High Scl member of the fourth trade in the religious school oi Temple Emanu-El. Finkelstein, Sachar Laud Friedland; 600 Attend Tribute More than eight yearof service as president of Temple Kmanu-El activities in countless other civic and religious projects were partially rewarded for Samuel N. Friedland Sunday night at the Di Lido hotel as Greater Miami and American Jewry paid him overwhelming tribute Some 600 C.MC and religious leaders headed by Dr Louis Fink elstein and Dr Abraham Sach.r lauded the chairman of the board Of rood Fair Storm fa, hcommunal efforts at a testimonial dinner sponsored bj daa TesnpJe, "1 want to hall s„. nu( .i Friedland u-man. a -> leader ,n the broad effort of vi Judaism to establLsh • n America a gr..„ ,,,,., )lrnor ,, and spiritual inspiration to the -. Dr F.nke.Me.n said the ml" .' h '' mmt Came *" h UW Presentat.on of huge plaque •• Friedland by Rabbi UhW.n r lrh h r '"'^ avs.s, £?•£ Rabbi Lehrman joined with Dr s h KK o f Brand ^ h. ... P a MnR Prt *>land for S l 'n''nng effort,„ behalf of ^ried loca, and n.,„onal causes ier Miami Jewish Federa— Allen Goldberg. M-ns club -'*•". Mrs. ,,,„, t IH n 2 r '' P^**: and M,s BinZU2" —— Budapest Four To Perform H< The Budapest String which will appear here on day evening. Feb 3 at th County Auditorium, is in sorkj mand that from a modest hm, tacular beginning in 1930 concert engagementhave into a strenuous bu-y annual i ule of over 100 conrertThe Budapest four play witi( warmest understanding of scores, the subtlest of team and an almost incredible maid of tone. Their playing has ah earned unanimous praise for i matchless perfection Most people take it for that the Budapest String consists of Hungarian mu In fact, so persistent ithis that frequently some Hung enthusiast addresses tlum in I "native tongue which they knowledge with shaking heads. For they are Russians I birth, and now all are Amen citiwns. None of them comes I Budapest. Joseph Roisman. the first nist. hails from Odes-a. as Boris Kroyt. the viola player violoncellist, Mischa Schneider v l from Vilna. and the second vt nist. Jac Gorodetzky. ho the ranks in 1948. is also a of Odessa. They practice three hours a i and all disputes about inter tion are put to a majority But it is during their summer sujl at Mills College in California tU| the Budapesters finally have rea| opportunity to relax. The extensive travels of tktl Quartet have not been limited ttl Europe and America On several occasions they have journed a.-ur| afield as Indonesia. North Ainftl Australia. New Zealand and Japsnl They have gone to Indonesia foj times, and on each visit they pbj-j ed about 35 concerts durial J period of six weeks. Miami Bwach Art CenWjJ •nnd an •*hibition ol P 0 inga Monday by Straus*. Irv*9



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r. JANUARY 28. 1955 >Jmlst>fhr*M!>r) PAGE 7 A [Shochet Returns Trip Abroad; [I at Party Ethel Shochet has relumed m following a 7V4-month >oad. Mrs. Shochet left tfew >r Switzerland via TWA on to join her daughter and (w, Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley rf Washington, D.C. ving a tour of Switzerland, [traveled through Italy, England, Belgium and rk. last seven weeks abroad pen) in Israel, where Mrs. and the Binders were"en ril by government, officials, tturncd to the United States : Christopher Columbo. khochet is spendingthe winjlhe Sterling hotel. unil Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. George Chertkof were |t a welcome-home party in Bf Mrs Shochet at Ihe Gorfcidence, 2201 South Miami hn Tuesday evening. The be-home motif was carried [the decorations. Guests inReception to Honor Henry Friedman Henry Friedman will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Jan. 29, during services of Beth H Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate, with Cantor Kishel Lutman rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Henry is the son of Mr. Sam Friedman. 1838 SW 9th st.. Miami, and the late Rose Friedman. He will address the, congregation, with Rabbi Swirsky responding. Kiddush will follow t h e cere] mony. Among out-of-town guests, all I from New York, will be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Weithorn; Mrs. William Dimenstein, and daughter. Bernice, an aunt and cousin; Mr. and Mrs. David Mandelbaum, uncle and aunt; and cousin and aunt, Mrs. Sol Weithorn I and son, Ivan. Henry L. J. Hartz. Mr. and Mrs. „ A reeption will be given in Silver, Mr. Silvers sister. I l,enr y %  n ? r on Sunday. 3 to 5 Jonah Caplan, Mr. and Mrs. p m ;mt J h(: h m f. of h s unc J e nd £nah Coplan, Mr. and Mrs. I %  %  M „ r %  •"• Mr *,. S am S -itlin, C. Myers, Rabbi S. M. Mach] SW ^ M,aml \. and Mrs. Sam J. Heiman, Mrs. Ben Rosenberg, Mr. Irs. Maurice Grossman. bi and Mrs. Benjamin GrossIf Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Max I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin. Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs K Kaufman, Mrs. Sally Card \v and Mrs. Harry Kanter. Nettie Melker. Sterling ho Ir and Mrs. Louis Heiman. I |i:il Mrs. Max Kupfcrstein, Khochet, Mr. and Mrs. Myer rtz. Mr. and Mrs. Israel tz. Charlotte, N.C.. Dr. and %  Frank Schuster, Brooklyn. Bd Mrs. George B. Feller, j Gi rd n end Mrs. Emanuel Ant more Harvey Meltzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meltzer. 535 West 30th St., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Jan. 29, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh will officiate. Harvey is a student at Beth Sholom religious school and attends eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. pert Proceeds Slated jrael Schools fcert will be held Wednesday In. I'el) 9. at the Nemo hotei. V s wil1 hi' sent to the Rabbi and Bnai Brock Yeshivas in I for children. Mr. and Mrs. Sir are sponsors of the anIffair. Morris Swerdlove will %  the piano. sbergs in Concert Imi Beach Recreation Depart(will sponsor a concert at the kunity Center, 2100 Washingive on Wednesday evening, |2. at 8:30. Featured artists be Cantor Ben Grossberg, of inticello Park Congregation, | his wife, Theresa Ronson, I soprano. Acrtmiw • %  Jeffrey Huberman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Huberman, 701 West 47th st., Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Temple Beth Sholom on Jan. 22. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. Jeffrey is a student at Beth Sholom religious school, and is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Ardniore Michael Tespler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler, will cebbrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, Jan. 29, during the morning service. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Michael is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and is in the graduating class of the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. Film to b Shown "Children With Nephrosis," a film on the dread disease, will be held at a meeting of the Physicians Wives Club of Greater Miami at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon B. Goldman, 2439 Meridian ave Tuesday evening, Feb. 1. ,i'J ,.*!'< cater Miami Chapter of Hadasoah will spon |tne Cinema Theater Feb. 22 through 24. Mea N different tales of life in the new Jewinh Sta >eting in the home of Mrs. Moo Feingold, 89 te president of Hadassah; George Cohen, pu )nt. Greater Miami Chapter; Harry Rogers iirman; and Leonard Woipe, radio and telo l\H\HMH sor the all-Israeli film production, "Chamisha," ning "five" in Hebrew, "Chamisha" is based on te. Shown planning for the three-day run at a Bay Heights dr., are the Mesdames J. Davis, blic relations chairman; Samuel Sakrais, presipubliclty chairman; Feingold, Youth Aliyah vision chairman. David Swartz Bar Mitzvah Saturday David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz, will become Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday morning service of Beth David Congregation. Jan, 29. David is a seventh grade student at the Ponce de Leon Junior High School and has been a student in the Beth David religious school for seven years. Flying down to Miami for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, of Waterbury. Conn., brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Swartz. Mr. Rosengarten is national president of the United Synagogue of America. Other out-of-town guests are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levitt, of Dorchester, Mass and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosengarten, St. Petersburg, Fla Ila.KI.-.l Davirf Swarti DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 Employment Service 37 N.E. 5th St. PH. 9-1401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner CONGREGATION BETH TF1EAH presents' fhe World %  • %  owned and Distinguished Cantor Sholom Katz in SABBATH SERVICES and CONCERT FRIDAY, FEB. 4th S P.M. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 5th 8:30 A.M. 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COll/WS SPtMS TO \CH CIVIC LlAGUt JttJIo Jung sat on the ter|Miami Beach's Sterling hotook in the ocean scene. % en waters made rolling \p>. which he followed with Vacationing here with [ until Wednesday, he spoke trip to North Africa five om now. As chairman of iral and religious board of it Distribution Committee, %  ng will inspect JDC's eduand religious institutions ger, Algiers, Morrocco and grey-haired, distinguished leader discussed his backv.iih reticence. He is Rabbi lew York Jewish Center—a post he has held since 1922. He is also Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Judaism at Yeshiva University. "I teach four courses a week," Rabbi Jung explained, "and have boon on Yeshiva'sfaculty since 1931 In addition, he is president of the Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences, an organization which includes among other members, such famous personalities as Dr. Albert Einstein and Paul Muni. Rabbi Jung has also published some 15 volumes. He was the only American spiritual leader to take part in the English translation of the Soncino edition of the Talmud. "But there are more important matters to dis[er tkof Chairs Commynity Group iami Attorney Will Head Appeal Division ic Chertkof. Miami attorney teran campaigner in the ed Jewish Appeal, was this Appointed chairman of the litiea Division, tof will be in charge of a of community solicitavarious outlying municiAccording to the plan, dereach all parts of Dade in 1945 and has been a member of Federation's board of governors, executive committee and campaign cabinet for many years. He served as chairman of the CJA Lawyers Division in 1952, chairman of the Metropolitan Division in 1949 and directed the Miami community campaign in 1954. For Tifereth Israel Reveals New $150,000 Addition Rabbi leo Jung cuss," he said with compelling necessity, •matters that relate to the future of American Jewry— the Tercentenary celebration, for example." Rabbi Jung noted that America is the only country in the world which declares allegiance "not to a denominational deity but to the universal God of all man." He said that the American citizen, therefore, can and should be fervent and enduring in his patriotism because he is able to embrace and live up to the Constitution without violating his denominational loyalty. "This is a very important concept," Rabbi Jung noted, adding that the older view of Americanism did not encourage the immigrant, for example, to develop his particular group culture. "The new view," he said, "was sponsored in particular by such men as the late three years he was chairman of; president of Columbia University. r u ill ii nil poi t.i v i/us, complete in every debe conducted in the folIreas: Miami, Miami Beach. JaM< ih Miami. North h, IIi,ileh Miami and Homestead. lition, one-day solicitation have been planned for hmunities of West Miami MJler <>ranada. 1 ombined Jewish Ap fne" imnty by means of its local lary agencies, all members widely distributed Jewish lily must assume their HI responsibility in conductlife campaign," said Chert also served for several years on the budget committee of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council. Chertkof is a past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and was for three years Jewish co-chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He was recently appointed to the Plans are now being completed for a new $150,000 structure to be added to Tifereth Israel Northside Center, according to an announcement this week by Herman W. Kutun, Tifereth Israel president. Kutun said that the new structure will be designed to offer facilities for 550 persons in its modern House of Worship. In addition, it was revealed that large electrically operated doors will permit the immediate expansion of the sane tuary into the congregation's social hall so that 900 people can be comfortably seated when necessary. According to William Altman, chairman of the building committee, complete plans for the new structure will be unveiled at the installation of Rabbi Abraham Herson on Sunday evening, Jan. 30, at the Sterling hotel. Rabbi Herson, who some two weeks ago accepted a five-year contract as Tifereth Israel spiritual leader, will be installed by his father, Rabbi Hirsh Herson, Grand Rabbi of Winnipeg, Canada. Rabbi Abraham Herson came to Miami five months ago from a pulpit in Texas, and since that time, the Northside congregation, at 6500 North Miami ave., has increased its membership from 100 to 300 families, Kutun said. Signing of the contract will take place at the Sunday evening affair. Jack Berke will be overall chairman of arrangements. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro will represent city officials. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical AsRabbi Morris Skop, of Nicolas Murray Butler. Woodrow Wilson and philosopher John Dewey." According to Rabbi Jung, these social thinkers stressed that American culture is composed of the j sociation. beet that every immigrant strain has to offer this nation. "Two geiv Barkley Morse Back Coral Gables Jewish Center and president of the State of Florida Association of Rabbis, will bring* greetings, along with Rabbi Simon April, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and the Mercaz Harabonim. Also scheduled on the program are Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and Seymour B. Liebman. who will bring a message on behalf of the Zionist Organization of America. Cantor Albert Glantz, of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, will be heard in a musical program. The plans to be, revealed Sunday will elaborate on the new structure, which is scheduled to include six classrooms, a kosher kitchen, small chapel, offices for the Rabbi and Cantor and an administration office. The $150,000 structure will also include facilities for a library. Rabbi Hirsh Herson, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Abraham in Winnipeg, is a graduate of Chofetz Chaim in Wilna, Poland, as well as of the Telser Yeshiva. He received his Rabbinic degree from Rabbi Aaron Bakst. In Winnipeg for the past 22 years, he is a member of the board of the Canadian Jewish Congress and author of the recently published "Derech Emunan." a commentary on the Tanach. "Kerem." a periodical devoted to the study of Halacha. includes one of his articles which appeared in April. 1954. __ erations ago. the American Jew was impelled to ignore his past— his religious and spiritual assets Now, he is learning to recognize national board of HIAS and has fiis Der'Zs 1 throughout served in top ,evel ca P, a i ities with that hi. nJajo !" contributfon toour ''. ,. pP : s n ; S irSWSIiOmi of the major Jewish national country and the highcst expre s S ion welfare institutions. of nis patriotism must come from Chertkof is a former member of the board of Coral Gables Jewish Center and presently belongs to Temple Israel. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Association and the American Bar Association. searching for and living up to his Jewish tradition." Rabbi Jung noted that this socioethical concept easily teaches the American Jew that his religion is not something to lean upon. "Nor He secured his degree at the Uniis it something to soothe us. Rathversity of Maryland, and was ad-1 er, it i is an eternal challenge to Continued on Pago 8 B On Old Committee WASHINGTON (AJP)-Senators Alben W. Bark ley and Wayne Morse, staunch supporters of the State of Israel, have regained key posts in the important Foreign Relations Committee which will undoubtedly have much to say about arms aid to the Arabs. Senator Alexander Wiley, former chairman of this committee, charged last week that Eisenhower's foreign policy had harmed this nation's standing in the free world. ointed out that total cominvolvcment in 1955 would \ r ,• VCIMI) Oi 1UUI) 1DI1U, auu nuo *•MIS of the campaign. The i.ni explained that one of the | ... %  mi • wt %  i r\ AM I in functions of the Greater i 'Spiritual Statesmanshi p to be Theme of Feb. 1 function (Jewish Federation, the par-1 %  ly which conducts the anrive for funds, is to unify, cote and plan the community '' • lor the greatest benefit le to the greatest number of flkof served as Combined Appeal campaign chairman Theological Seminary Slates MidWinter Conference Here Hundreds of spiritual and lay leaders from throughout the United States and Canada will attend a mid-winter conference of the* national planning committee 6f the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in Miami Beach, Feb. II to 13, Rabbi Joel S. Geffen reported Wednesday. Rabbi Geffen, national director of field activities of the Seminary', here in Miami Beach to make arrangements, said the conclave will be held in conjunction with the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Theme of the national conference will be "Spiritual Statesmanship," Rabbi Geffen announced. Comic Phil Foster to be Master Of Ceremonies at Hollywood UJA *•*• Cherffcef Phil Foster, nationally known comedian, has been announced as master of ceremonies for the annual dinner of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood in affiliation with Golden Beach. Ben Tobin and A. L. Mailman, co-chairmen for the dinner, made the Joint statement of the comedian's acceptance of the invitation for the Feb. 6 affair which will be held in the Mardi Gras room of the Hollywood Beach hotel for the benefit of the United Jewish Appeal and other charities Commenting on the activities of UJA. Foster said that he was in Israel during World War II as a soldier in the U.S. Army, and returned for a visit after the war. "Purely for a selfish reason," Foster said, "and as an American born boy, and regardless of religion, we must keep democracy alive." Various seminars and meetings will discuss the moral standards of the country', he said. Climax of the conference will be a dinner at the Di Lido hotel on Sunday night. Feb. 13. which will summarize the national planning committee's ;ictivities here. A special session of the committee will be held at the Di Lido on that morning. The Shelborne hotel will be the scene of other meetings, beginning on Feb. 11. Rabbi Geffen stated. He said a reception committee that will embrace all congregations affiliated with the Seminary or United Synagogue is now being formed. The theme of "Spiritual Statesmanship" was adopted after many months of follow-up work at the Seminary' to a 1993 meeting in Miami Beach of the national planning committee. This is the first mid-winter conference held since then. Jack Borkt Gutman to be Honored On Sunday night, Jan. 30, Hibiscus Lodge No. 275, F.A.M., will hold its annual past masters' night at the Latin Quarter. Hibiscus will pay tribute to junior past master worshipful Herbert Gutman. Dr. Fred Bergman is in charge of reservations.



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^wiislh-IEIIiDiriidliiGyn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 29—Number 4 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS fW U.S. BODY TO FIGHT JOB BIAS ternational Mobilization Conference (or Launching of 1955 Israel Bond Campaign to Open in Fontainebleau on Beach This Weekend Venciky Colltnbtrg Itaincblcau hotel will be the! hiweekend of an Intcrna-' Mobilisation Conference for I Bonds. The program will [Saturday evening. Jan. 29, onlinue through Sunday, the tr Miami Bond Committee ed here. |icipating in the two-day con[ %  which is being called to he mobilization of economic fur Israel through the sale ad Development Bonds in will be key Jewish leaders |North and South America restem F.urope. [oni; principal speakers Keyierfmg scheduled to address the conference are Reuven Shiloah, Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary to the U.S.; Samuel Rothberg. national chairman of the State of Israel Bond Organization; Julian B. Vcnezky, chairman of the executive committee of the Israel Bond Organization; Leon H. Keyscrllng. economist and former chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors; and Harold J. Goldenbcrg. chairman for Europe, Israel Bonds. Goldenberg. also special advisor to the Israel Minister of Finance and prominent industrialist, arrivShilooh •otdberj 10,150,000 Pledged at Dinner Id to Honor Edward Warburg Kv YORK —A total of 50.000 was contributed here last week in honor of Edward I Warburg, president of the }d Jewish Appeal, at a testidinner hailing his 16-yearfadcrship of the UJA. More [1.000 communal leaders from arts of the country attended iinner which gave the UJA f its greatest advance starts annual campaign since its klishment in 1939. flii.mi Rosenwald, general lan of the UJA, termed the During of gifts "a remarkable |te to Mr. Warburg's decade half of humanitarian service towering endorsement of the ed Jewish Appeal's continuing to save lives and strengthen beracy." Mr. Rosenwald anjced at the same time the opof a month-long advance gifts which would culminate at the r al launching of the UJA camFeb. 23, at a national Inaugt'onference in Miami Beach. lul G. Hoffman, former Adminf %  of Marshall Plan aid, laudT|r. Warburg for his long-term I in helping overseas victims of land oppression. "We are here [to pay homage to a democratic which he has held high for |any years of an active, positive -the ideal of free men and %  en meeting together in the of humanity." Ime 1,000 guests in attendance ke Waldorf Astoria Hotel heard | from Senator Herbert H. Lehwho acted as toastmaster; Broido, vice-chairman of the of the UJA of Greater New Mrs David M. Levy, an honchairman of the UJA's nail women's "division, and Jack Veiler, a national campaign chairman of the UJA and chairman of the dinner committee, who presided. The testimonial to Mr. Warburg brought statements of praise from the speakers, cabled tributes from the leaders of the Israel Government, and two unusual gifts from his UJA associates. The presentation of the first of these gifts, an English antique silver tray, was made by Senalor~Lehman, and bore the inscription: "Presented to Edward M. M. Warburg by his many friends and admirers in tribute to his outstanding leadership of the United Jewish Appeal during the past four years and in recognition of his inspired service in the advancement of human betterment and dignity." Senator Lehman, in his role as toastmaster, hailed Mr. Warburg's leadership of the UJA. ed in the United States this week. He is a former director of the Israel Investment Center, which was established to spur private investment in Israel industry. Goldenberg is one of the principal owners of the recently organized Kadimah Chemical Company at Haifa. Among other prominent Jewish leaders who will take part in the two-day Conference will be Simon Feldman, chairman for Israel Bonds in Mexico; Hyman Grover, chairman of the Montreal Committee for Israel Bonds in Canada; Adolph H. Kates, chairman of the Israel Bond drive in Cuba; Paul Philippson. chairman for Israel Bonds in Belgium; and Eduard Spier, chairman of Holland's Israel Bond campaign. Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division, Israel Bonds, for the Miami area, announced late Wednesday that her division here will serve as hostesses during the conference. The women will act as a reception committee and will greet, at one session of the conference, Sponsors of Israel. Women on the committee are the Mesdames David S. Denner. Paul Faske. Irving Gerzog, Louis Glasser, Lillian Goodman. Anna Wolf Hirschman, chairman of Sponsors; Julius Jacobstein, Phil Kays, Minnie Kerman, Celia Landy, Benjamin Meyers, Joe Mintzes, Matilda Ratner, Miriam Press. Jack Bernstein, Ann Padawer, Abraham Kassow, Jacob Sher, Max Weitz, Isidore Hecht. Harry Platoff, Leon Goodman, Max Frank, and Miss Lillian Danziger. Mrs. Francis N. Rubin, first woman Trustee last year, will also serve as a hostess. Prominent leaders in the Israel Bond Organization attended an informal dinner party given Tuesday night for Trustees of Israel by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher. The dinner party was given in the Fontainebleau for the Trustees, purchasers of a minimum of $10,000 in State of Israel Development Bonds. At the dinner party, final plans were discussed with Trustees of the Greater Miami area to serve as a reception committee to greet the worldwide community leaders coming to the International Mobilization Conference Saturday and Sunday. Sher, who is chairman of the Greater Miami Bond Organization, said that "it is extremely important for the story of the 1955 Development Issue to get to each individual." Every American Jew. he noted, must shoulder the responsibility of assuring the Jewish State's ultimate economic independence. "Otherwise, the historic battle fought with their blood by the courageous sons of Israel in 1948 will have been fought in vain." Cairo Radio Chatters Egypt's Dissatisfaction Recognize Israel, Turks May Tell Arab League f„| 9. Mimm LONDON (JTA) — Turkish Premier Adnan Menderes, who negotiated the projected defensive alliance between Turkey and Iraq, is asking the Arab governments to recognize Israel as an established state, the Beirut radio reported here, quoting the Lebanese newspaper Al Nahar. The report quotes Premier Menderes as stating that "Arab criticism of Turkey for its cordial relations with Israel is unjustified, because Turkey strives to secure its interests regardless of where its sympathies may lie." The Cairo radio, expressing Egypt's opposition to the TurkishIraqi pact, said here that Turkey was not fit to be an Arab ally because of her trade links with Israel. The broadcast contained bitter attacks against both Turkey and Israel and warned the Arab world against endorsing the projected Turkish-Iraqi agreement. The Israel Government has no reason to worry about the effects of the Turkish-Iraqi agreement, the Ankara newspaper "Halkci" says in an editorial expressing sentiments prevailing in influential circles in Turkey. A similar article, written by Nihat Erim. leader of the opposition Republican Party, appeared a few days ago in the same paper. The editorial says that "Israel has cause to be gratified" at the Turkish-Iraqi rapprochement. "The Turkish Republic has never sacrificed friendship with one state when establishing friendlier relations with another," the paper states. "On the contrary. Turkey endeavors to remove the causes of misunderstanding and even of enmity among nations; and responsible Turkish statesmen have made clarifying statements from time to time as their contribution toward allaying any anxiety on the part of Israel. The Turkish government does not abrogate the major tenets of its foreign policy; Turkey works to lessen tension, not to increase it; and that is why Israel can have entire confidence in Turkey." Maxwell Abbell Unit Will Replace Former Civil Service Employment Board WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower named Maxwell Abbell of Chicago this week to serve as chairman of a newly-created five-member committee to prevent discrimination in hiring and firing procedures against government workers on a basis of religion, race or national origin. The formation of the new comI mittee was announced by the White House. A Presidential order dii rected the committee to report ] directly to the President. The new unit replaces the Civil Service I Commission's Fair Employment | Board which reported to the Commission. A White House statement said the committee to beheaded by Mr. I Abbell. established at a PresidenI tial level, will have increased sta, ture over the old Fair Employment Board. James C. Hagerty, White House press secretary, said the "increased stature" would result from the new group reporting directly to Mr Eisenhower. The Fair Employment Board abolished by the order was created by President Truman in July, 1948. Mr. Abbell is a former president of the United Synagogue of America, central organization of the Conservative movement, and is vice president of the American-Palestine Trading Corp. He supported the candidacy of Mr. Eisenhower in the 1952 election campaign. Other members of the new committee include Archibald J. Carey, Jr.. vice chairman, J. Ernest Wilkins. Assistant Secretary of Labor; W. Arthur McCoy. Civil Service Commission; and Charles Kendall, general counsel of the Office of Defense Organization. The executive order extends authority to conduct investigations and advise Mr. Eisenhower on how the various Federal agencies conform to the non-discrimination clause set forth. The order directs all Federal agency heads to carry out the non-discrimination policy within their organizations, appoint an employment policy officer for each Federal agency. fn This Week's Issue It Hit UN Books concert Stag* Cooking Editorial Hollywood Mindlia Society Sparta Terccnttnary M