The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I 29Number 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955~
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Structure on University Campus
Hillel Hpg.se Dedication
:duled (or Sunday Afternoon
(completed structure of
I B'rtth Hillel Foundation
diversity of Miami will be
on Sunday, Feb. 6, at
i Leading personalities of
Ih on the local, state, and
level will be present to
he ceremonies.
Irthur J. Lelyveld, Na-
llel director, will give the
ner, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono-
vitz, Mr. Joseph Kogos, Mr. and
Mrs. Tobias Sussman, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom.
Appreciation will be expressed
to Mr. Sidney Aronovitz, president
of the Hillel Advisory Council, who
has spearheaded the entire fund
retains and building effort. Jerome
Egypt Hangs Jews Sentenced to Die
For 'Zionist Espionage' Despite U.S.,
British Appeals Lodged With Nasser
LONDON (JTA> Two Jews sen-j do nothing which would exacer-
address. Louto Ossinsky, Adelman. chairman of the building
rtona Beach, ~Fla., presi-
)isirict Grand Lodge No. j
ring greetings from the '
Representing the Nation-
[ Commission will be Jul-
ian, of Portsmouth. Va.'
kter Miami area will be
pd by Miami Beach Mayor '
kapiro. Mayor Abe Arono-!
liami. and Coral Gables j
kve Henricks.
(Kovner, former Hillel Ad-
Buncil president, under |
linistration the building
las started, will serve as
chairman. He will be
ly Dr. Donald Michelson,'
)>f the Hillel Foundation. |
If. W. Pearson, president
diversity of Miami, donor I
pent plot of ground upon i
Hillel House stands, will
t.s* the assembled guests,
leduled to celebrate the
|on of the new Hillel
Friday evening services,
|t the CM campus site,
and Dixie highway. Rabbi
Iwill officiate, with Dr.
assisting. Honored will
lowing for their assist-
huilding fund:
Fruchtman, who gave
in which services will
pamuel Friedland, donor
; Mr. and Mrs. David
Hio presented the new
with its lobby; Baron
.Mr.MT, who will accept
Itinn of tne library in
the late John Meyer;
[Mrs Carl Weinkle. in
|or the music room will
ed.
Je honored are Mr. and
Golden, Mrs. Ida Opt-
committee, will receive similar
recognition, along with Mrs. Opt-
ner, Nathan Adelman, Morris Al-
pert and Alvin Kornblum.
"This is a community-wide proj-
ect costing in excess of $150,000
spearheaded by B'nai B'rith," Aro-
novitz said, "but really constitutes
a community effort for which Mi-
ami can be well proud." Aronovitz
also noted that the new Hillel
House is one of the few buildings
in the area, dedicated to Jewish
activity, "that has been construct-
ed exclusively for that purpose."
Principal speaker Rabbi Lely-
veld is a member of the executive
committee of the American Zion-
ist Youth Commission. He is also
founder of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth and was at
one time editor of the "Youth
Continued on Page 2 A
KmbU Arthur J. lelYv*U
> tenced to death by an Egyptian
; military court for "Zionist espi-
onage" were hanged in Cairo early
this week. Their execution was an-
nounced to the public by the hoist-
ing of a big black flag over the
prison. The press and the public
were barred from the hangings.
The two executed men were Dr.
Moshe Marzouk, aged 29, and
Shmuel Azzar, aged 26. They were
among the 13 Jewish defendants
tried in Cairo on charges of "sabo-
tage and espionage" on behalf of
Israel. Of the remainder, two re-
ceived life sentences, four were
given long prison terms and two
were acquitted. Two others left
Egypt before the mass arrests took
place.
The London press, reporting the
hangings, expressed surprise that
the Egyptian Government had ig-
nored "a considerable volume" of
international appeals for clemency.
It is understood that such appeals
were made, among others, by the
governments of the United States
and Britain whose diplomatic rep-
resentatives in Cairo urged Egypt
to adopt a humane attitude
Confused Loyalty Program Pinpointed
By Ladejinsky and Monmouth Cases
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTON Is Anti-Semi-
tism a factor in government loyalty
decisions based on anonymous ac-
cusations and the arbitrary judg-
ment of individual security offi-
cers?
With this question in mind, Jew-
ish organizations are attempting to
evaluate the portents of the Wolf
Ladejinsky, Abraham Chasanow,
and Fort Monmouth cases. Con-
>f Chile's Ben Cohen Proves
tartling Saga at United Nations
(ARTHUR LEWIS
JTA
NATIONSIn the re-
of the Secretariat,
Secretary General, Dag
bold, has just carried
nk of Assistant Secretary
is abdlishefl, but, in its
Tank of Under Secretary
weed. Ben Cohen, who
Ihest Jewish official at
Nations, was an Assist-
iry General; now, he is
Secretary.
more to this than a
biames, and actually Mr.
{changed his job as well,
lused to be on the tenth
le glass and steel tower
lit is on the 33rd floor
[be said that he has gone
[world. Actually, all he
move from being head
fk's Issue
Mew* la Review
Oreaan Senator
ReKfliMl Directory
Society
of one important department to be-
ing head of another important de-
partment.
Ever since the United Nations
began, Mr. Cohen has been head of
the Department of Public Informa-
tion. In fact, he set it up; he was
loaned by the Chilean Government
to the preparatory commission in
the early days and planned the
present department and then stay-
ed on to run it. Now, he is the head
of the Department of Trusteeship
and Information from Non-Self
Governing Territories, a prominent
official of which used to be Dr.
Ralph Bunche. the Nobel Peace
Prize Winner.
As the Department of Public In-
formation was his "baby" so to
speak, Mr. Cohen was sorry to
leave it and said so at a huge fare-
well party given to him by his
staff. At the same time, he was
looking forward to his new job, to
the challenge of the great work
which the Trusteeship Department
does, so that his emotions at the
time "of the reorganization of the
Secretariat were mixed.
sideration is now being given to
instances in which Jews, particu-
larly those born in Europe, are
being turned down for some stra-
tegic jobs without being told why.
Jewish organizations are aware
that government workers like La-
dejinsky, Chasanow and the Fort
Monmouth Jewish employees have
a chance to fight to clear their
names. But they also know that
rejected applicants for government
employment or turned-down for-
eign applicants for U.S. visas may
never learn what hit them. In such
cases no explanation is given, nor
is one required under the present
loyalty structure.
Individuals in the government
are considered guilty until they can
prove themselves innocent. This
reverses the Western tradition
which upholds a man's innocence
until the government proves him
guilty.
Joseph F. Barr, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, has condemned the security-
program as "completely inadequate
in that it leaves the door wide open
for individual prejudices to con-
fuse what should be a cold ap-
praisal of any given case." He
warned that the Ladejinsky case
"just scratched the surface of cases
where anti-Semitism has been the
prime factor in the removal of cer-
tain individuals as security risks."
"What we have seen in the Lade-
jinsky case," Barr pointed out,
"can be seen with equal clarity in
the case of Abraham Chasanow and
in the case of those innocent men
who were thrown out of their jobs
at Fort Monmouth."
"This no longer seems to be a
coincidence," he said. "One might
even say that there appears to be
such a relationship between these
cases as calls for renewed vigilance
Continued on Page 3 A
Jtirph Bmrr
bate the Arab-Israel situation.
Israel Embassy circles here ex-
pressed appreciation Wednesday of
the "sympathy and understanding"
shown by many Britons for the
two young Jews who were execut-
ed. Many members of the British
Parliament personally cabled dur-
ing the last few days to Egyptian
Premier Col. Gamel Abdul Nasser
appealing for commutation of the
sentences.
In Jerusalem, a tense Parliament
I rose to its feet in a two-minute
silent tribute to the two Jews hang-
ed in Cairo following their con-
viction by a military court on
charges of "espionage" in behalf
of Israel. The House rose after
Premier Moshe Sharett made a
statement denouncing the execu-
tions.
"The Israel nation and the Jew-
ish people everywhere and seekers
\ of justice and peace throughout
the world heard with anger and
moral indignation the dreadful
, news of the execution of Dr. Moshe
Marzouk and the schoolmaster
Shmuel Azzar who died a martyr's
and death this morning,'" the Premier
declared.
"The number of Jewish victims
of the odious trial in Cairo has now
reached four. One died under tor-
ture, one according to the Egyp-.
tian authorities took his own life,
'and two were put to death this
morning. Let us rise in their mem-
ory," Mr. Sharett said, "and con-
j vey to their families expressions
of our deep-felt sympathy.
"The Egyptian junta," the Pre-
mier continued, "has resolved to
I attempt to strengthen its position
| as against its rivals from within as
| well as its opponents abroad by
spilling Jewish blood. Many re-
gimes have in the past adopted this
same criminal means, and in the
end sealed their own doom. Egypt
has chosen to revenge itself on the
Jews in whose hearts there was a
longing for Israel. These victims
have been sacrificed to that same
bloody assault launched against Is-
rael from the moment of its estab-
lishment, and which Egypt's rulers
continue to this day to maintain
by all means at their disposal."
After the deputies had stood in
silence for two minutes, Mr. Shar-
ett voiced the Israel Government's
"profound appreciation" for the
efforts made throughout the world
to save the condemned Jews. "The
INTERNATIONAL LEADERS HEAR REPORTS
Bond Mobilixation Conference Reveals Tally
OF $6,187,000 in Independence Issue Sales
Sales of $6,187,000 announced at
the closing session of the first In-
ternational Mobilization Confer-
ence for Israel at Miami Beach this
week inaugurated the 1955
paign for State of Israel Bonds in
27 countries on three continents.
After three days of deliberation
against a background of growing
tension in the Middle East, more
than 800 delegates from Western
Europe, Latin America, Canada
and the United States voted to pro-
vide Israel with the economic
strength to withstand the height-
ened Arab campaign of boycott and
blockade against her.
The International Conference,
held at the Fontainebeau hotel
cam- J Saturday night and Sunday, was
stimulated in its final action by a
cable from Prime Minister Moshe
Sharett, who characterized it as
"another decisive step forward in
Israel's progress towards economic
independence."
State of Israel Bonds, which first
went on sale in the United States
on May 1, 1951 and subsequently
were issued in other parts of the
Continued on Page 5 A


PAGE 2 A
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Hillel House Dedia tion at Uof M
FRIDAY, FEBRUabv 1
Rabbi Kieffer Will
Officiate at Beth
David Services
Rabbi Mehm Kieffer, of Niagara
Fall. N V wu honored Thursday
ption in Beth David Con-
Rabbi Kieffer. who will officiate
this weekend during Beth David's
>.-bbath services, i- a graduate of
the L'niver-in of Minnesota, where
he earned the AB degree and was
ordained at the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
From 1944 until 1946 Rabbi Kief-
. chaplain in the I'nited
Army and was mustered out
with the rank of Captain In 1946.
the pulpit at Temple
Beth Israel in Niagara Fall*, where
till serves a- spiritual leader.
Rabbi K ;,- presi-
v ra Falls Zionist
eneral chairman of the
Jewish Federation campai.
emb t^.ar'i of directors
: rith and civilian Jewish
ra and Ni-
-,.ra F ill Vir B:.-<- He i~ now
ervii the Coon-
"I Social Agi a member
I the board of director- of the
wagara Fall- Community Chest
nd Ri as well as the Ni-
ountj Mental Health Com-
lls Conference
ristians and Jews and the Ifin-
leriaJ Association.
He ha- been appointed to a spe-
al mayor's committee on em-!
relation- and is a member
: an inlerfaith committee on la-
wr relations During 1952. Rabbi
r visited Israel and upon his
turn to the United States ad-
Bd -ome 60 group- in the
n New York area.
Contirued f'o-n Peg* 1 A
ler," published bj I
, of A
tions.
A native of New York
bi Lel.weld attended Columbia
University, where he received the
Bachelor of Art- degree, am
elected to Phi Beta Kappa ii
Continuing his studies a' brefl Union College in Cincinnati.
he wa- ordained as Rabbi and re-
ceived the degree of M H I. in
1939
Rabbi LeJyveU came to Hillel as
associate national director in 1946
and succeeded Dr. Abram L. Sachar
in the national directorship in
1948 He l- author of several ar-
ticle- m the "Universal Jewish En-
cyclopedia" and is member of the
Publications Committee of the
h Publication- Societj of
America Rabbi Lelyveld is vice
chairman of the American section
of World University Service and a
member of the American Jewish
Societ) for Sen
During the Fall of 1951. Rabbi
lied to I reel, the
Kuropean Continent and Great Bri-
tain, and while in Israel he initi-
ated proceeding! for the purch.,-c
of the Swiss Consulate Building
which i- do in ota a- the Hillel
House at the Hebrew Universitj
During a second visit to Israel this
year, the Rabbi participated in the
dedication service- for that house.
Dinner Show Sunday
Turkey dinner and variety -how
will be given by Congregation
An-he Kmes Sisterhood on Sunday-
evening at 2389 Coral Way Mr-
Bertha Zelkowitz is chairman, as-
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Educator in Talk
Prof Zvi Sharfstein. author and
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bAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955
+Jewi$ti fhrldian
PAGE 3 A
rebrew Academy Marks Seventh Anniversary Sunday
tie greatest tournout of leading
imi Jews is expected at the din-
of the Hebrew Academy on
evening at the DiLido II"
rding to B. I. Binder, presi-
It i | the Academy.
\- 000 persons, city officials,
(n. nun. religious leaders and
|.i | rominent people from all
(f Greater Miami and many
of town are expected at
, air which will mark the
anniversary of the found-
fof the school.
ired will be an address by
Btr and an entcrlajnment pro-
presenled by the Hebrew
lemy students highlighting the
Jewish Tercentary. Thfc
Eribution of American Jewish
(tot to American cultural and
lomal events will be empha-
\i\ several dramatic sketches.
-id pageantry. Rabbi Irving
[rman will bring greetings from
ater Miami Rabbinical As-
|i. n, ol which he is president.
S er said that there will be
itation funds at the dinner.
tribute was paid to Rabbi
ler s Grow, principal, and
\: I '.i sen berg, executive sec-
|r> of the Academy, by Binder,
stated that "the untiring ef-
i these two in handling the
of the dinner helped ma-
\ to bring it to successful
ion."
| iated with Binder on the
ner committee, for which are
le Judge of Miami Beach
tries Gertler, David Levinson,
pj ienet, chairman of the exec-
\f committee, Jack Satin, in
of interschool relations,
mi d Luria and Sam Reinhard.
rhis is not the entire list,"
Binder "There are hundreds
be ns who are devoting them-
|ei ivery day to the Academy.
men's groups who are put-
c t a journal, deserve special
^mendation, and the parents
friends, who come to the
K'l to serve in voluntary capaci-
ty be praised for their un-
|j>h .devotion to the cause of
citizenship"
rv- years ago, a group of per-
! ..rehi-,:i :he building at 918
|-4 Miami Beach, to establish
II ay school, where any child
pd ootain a complete Hebrew
religious education, in addi-
|>l to th( conventional English
V. required by the State Board
'ion.
he building, a three story- fa-
l> sad only a few class rooms
lid a immodate only 50
lei L'nder the leadership of
d s Andron, its first presi-
ft Isadora Goldberg, Jack Satin.
' Ienet, Samuel Grundweg,
rim s. Lauer. Rabbi Alexander
|G s.m Reinhard and a
i of others, the Hebrew
kdimy has since expanded to its
By RABBI ALEXANDER S. CROSS
Director and Principal of the
Hebrew Academy
Since the inception of the He-
brew Academy seven years ago,
the Academy's program of educa-
tion has been predicated upon the
Left to right are Harry Genet, B. I. Binder and Charle3 Bender
planning the Hebrew Academy annual dinner Sunday eve-
ning in the Di Lido hotel.
nl status
"There were no financial restric-
tions put on all the children who
wanted to enroll," Binder noted.
"Parents with limited means, as
well as those who could afford to
Bay, were encouraged to bring
their children. Today the school
numbers an enrollment of over 250
children in varying ages, and its
activities are many."
The school's program begins
with a kindergarten for children
5Vj years old and coincides with
the regular public school courses,
which prepare and graduate chil-
dren ready for enrollment in the
county high schools.
Physical and manual training
and arts and crafts, drama and vo-
cal training are part of its curri-
culum. It has an auditorium, out-
door playground, clinic, large din-
ing room and kitchen.
Recently the Hebrew Academy
puchascd several vacant lots in the
41st st. area, in order to put up a
more modern and larger building.
Academy officers, in addition to
Binder, president, include Dr.
David Andron, honorary president;
Harry Levitt and Kolman Luria,
honorary vice presidents; Lewish
M. Escott, chairman of the board
of directors; Harry Genet, chair-
man of the executive committee;
Jack Satin. Samuel Reinhard. Sam-
uel Ritter, Charles Fruchtman,
Raymond Rubin, Morris Cohen, Irv-
ing Firtcl and Jacob Kaufman, vice
presidents.
Samuel M. Grundwerg, treas-
urer; Harry Koretzky, co-treasurer;
Daniel M. Broad, financial secre-
tary; Nathan Ginsburg, corre-
sponding secretary; Sidney Rubin-
owitz, recording secretary; Max
Silverberg, general secretary; Sol
Goldman, auditor; Dr. Irwin H. Ma-
kovsky, medical advisor; and Aaron
S. Laucr, supervisor.
Hebrew Academy Officers
Extend Greetings
I
By HARRY GENET
Hebrew Academy Executive
Committee
Most people in the midst of their
daily pursuits overlook the fact
I that their generation is growing
older, day by day. At present we
, have fine hospitals, temples an.I
! synagogues and fine welfare, in
jstitutions looking alter our needs.
Who will look after us after we
I are gone if we do not train the
I leaders of tomorrow, today? If
' everyone will just pause for a mo-
I ment to think this over, one can-
1 not but come to the same conclu-
sion that we in the Hebrew Acad-
i emy have arrived at earlier.
That is that we must support and
' encourage with every means pos-
| sible the development and growth
I of the Hebrew Academy.
Institutions like the Hebrew
I Academy not only develop Jewish
< leaders but good American citi-
! zens. whose faith and understand-
ing will make for a better world
for the future generations to come.
By HERMAN EISENBERG
Executive Director
A good Jewish community is not
I made up by numbers. It matters
I not whether there are 1,000 or
1,000,000 Jewish residents. What
is most important is that we care
for, and share, each other's views.
The Torah is the inheritance of
all Jews, even those who do not
claim it. We have one Torah. one
Hebrew language, one belief and
one culture
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, through its intensive
educational program, which blends
Americanism and Judaism into an
integrated curriculum, aims to pro-
vide this foundation to our boys
and girls. The responsibility of
maintaining a house of study rests
with the entire community, not a
segment of it.
Rabbi Alexander Cross
ideals of Americanism, democracy,
and the spiritual work of man.
It is therefore fitting that the
students of the Academy dedicate
this year's program to the Amer-
ican-Jewish Tercentenary, signify-
ing the close relationship between
our American heritage, our proph-
ets and Biblical personalities.
In addition to highlighting the
contribution of the Jewish people
in every area of American life the
evening's program will emphasize
the distinctiveness of American de-
mocracy, with its stress of the pre-
servation of each group's tradition
and identity.
We must recognize the fact that
patriotism to America does not
mean giving up or negating of
one's traditions, but rather living
under freedom according to the
dictates of one's heritage. This is
the true essence of democracy.
Academy Women Report
On Progress of Journal
Over $15,000 has already been
contributed to the Hebrew Acad-
emy Journal, which will be pub-
lished within a short time, declared
Mrs. Irving Firtel. chairman of the
Journal coordinating committee,
of the Hebrew Academy at a meet-
ing of her committee held at Tem-
ple Emanu-El this week.
Mrs Sydney Rubinowitz. presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy
Women, also heads a group of vol-
Ufteen who are assisting in sell-
ing dinner tickets and ads for the
journal. Mrs. S. A. Goodman is
assisting Mrs. Firtel.
Confused Loyalty
Program Rapped
Continued from Pege 1 A
on the part of the Jewish War Vet-
erans to ferret out those who would
substitute their own prejudices for
the truth."
The American legion magazine,
which helped bring about the loy-
alty program, has voiced concern
thai the monster is getting out of
hand. The magazine blasted the
government's "security firings" in
which veterans were dismissed be-
C of malicious and untrue
charges." The magazine cited three
cases in which Federal agencies re-
fused to reinstate veterans even
though the charges were proved
groundless, It quoted a govern-
mem spokesman as saying: "We're
not interested in the truth of the
charges but only in the fact that
the charges have been made."
It is now clear to Jewish groups
that anti-Semites may wield un-
precedented secret power by false-
ly accusing Jews. How many of the
more than 8,000 persons fired by
the Eisenhower Administration
have been Jews? A reporter in
Washington may talk to an indi-
vidual here or there who openly
| complains. But most people keep
| quiet when fired owing to fear
that they will be unable to find
other employment if word spreads
that they were dropped as a "Red."
It is known that attorneys have
advised some clients to say nothing
I about the fact that they were fired
: for security reasons despite the
client's contention that such charg-
es were unjustilied. The point
[ made by such attorneys, and they
, are many, is that it is courageous
to become a cause celebre but un-
wise if one is looking for a new
job.
The security definitions are now
so vaue that the government can
dismiss employees without actually
accusing them of subversion. It is
enough to claim that the employee
has friends or relatives who are
or were "leftwingers."
Private defense industry has
adopted government security
standards. A case is recorded by
Rep. Sidney R. Yates, Illinois Dem-
ocrat, who learned that a young
Jewish engineer was suspended as
a security risk because he once
helped in the movement of Jewish
i refugees from Europe to Palestine.
j Rep. Yates succeeded in getting an
: Army screening board to grant a
hearing. After much agony, the
victim was cleared.
Rep. Yates made public a let-
ter of thanks from the young engi-
neer. "While the decision is a
great relief to me personally," he
wrote. "I am not relieved of my
very ardent conviction that the en-
tire security procedure needs cor-
rection and improvement."
tvelyn Gartenberg, joints out to Associate Judge of Miami
Peach Charles Gertler (left) and Herman Eisenberg. executive
lecretary of the Hebrew Academy, where the first lewish
Mttlers established themselves in Florida, near St. Augustine,
t-velyn is a member of the cast of Hebrew Academy students
*ho will dramatize the American Jewish Tercentenary at their
Annual dinner Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at the DiLido hotel.
Among the rabbis serving on the dinner recep
the national planning committee of the Jewish
right, standing) Philip Shnairson of Temple Isr
Hollywood; Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Cen
Shore Jewish Center. Miami Beach; Samuel S.
an Rabbis Max Landman, Temple Beth El. We
of the Seminary's field activities; Irving Lehrm
Waxman, West Miami Jewish Center. The din
tion committee for the mid-winter conference of
Theological Seminary of America are (left to
ael, Orlando; David Shapiro, Temple Sinai,
ter, Coral Gables; Mayer Abramowitz. North
Lerer, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Seated
st Palm Beach; Joel S. Geffen. national director
an. Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach; and Alfred
ner is scheduled for Sunday night, Feb. 13.


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The \p Hillel House
Hillel House will dedicate its new building
en the University of Miami campus on Sunday
cfternoon. Feb. 6. National, as well as Florida
end local leaders, will attend the dedication
of the SI50.000 structure at Miller rd. and Dixie
"highway.
Honored will be a persevering group of pio-
neer Miamians who realized the need of a
Jewish center of learning and culture in a grow-
ing community and on a rapidly expanding
university campusa group of individuals who
remained hrm in their determination to see
their dream through to realization despite
seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
The new Hillel House will mean a host of
things to many Jewish students at the U of M.
The new qucrters will serve as a center of
study, where the traditions of an ancient heri-
tage can become part of the fabric of modern
American living.
Hillel House will also offer worthwhile leisure
time activities and facilities to students, thus
uniting the best in Jewish cultural identification
h secular university experience.
As we see it. Hillel House will in addition
iecome a symbol of inspiration both for the
youth who will use its facilities and for those
..is community who have foreseen its need
end given so generously to assure its fruition.
This is a truly noble effort in the name of
American Judaism. B'nai B'rith is, of course,
the motivating force behind the new Hillel
House.
But the Greater Miami Jewish community is
:o be applauded for the part it has played
through the local Hillel Council in sponsoring
end bringing to completion the new structure
en the University of Miami campus, which now
takes its place proudly beside similar struc-
tures of other faiths there and joins in the larger
deal of brotherhood and dedication to the in-
v.r.cible Jewish spirit.
The Hebrew Aeademv

Hebrew Academy will hold its seventh an-
nual dinner at the Di Lido hotel on Sunday
aing. Academy officials anticipate that this
:.e the largest in the school's history.
Over 250 students receive instruction in Eng-
Hebrew at the Academy, and during
school has qrown from a
c .assrcom organization to embrace a large,
.1-functioning curriculum.
Those who are its graduates have acquired
a well-oriented background in Hebrew lan-
guage and tradition and will take their places
among tomorrow's leaders of the Jewish com-
munity.
It is this kind of progress that now motivates
the Hebrew Academy to plan for a new site in
the 41st st. area of Miami Beach, which will
offer facilities for at least twice the number
of students it now has enrolled.
Feature of the Sunday evening dinner will
be a program celebrating the 300th anniversary
of Jewish Settlement in North America. This
symbolizes the goal of the Hebrew Academy
program: an integrated curriculum of Hebrew
studies within a careful framework of American
living and social development.
Greater Miami again takes the opportunity
of saluting a school which has accomplished
so much in such a short time.
Friday, February 4, 1955
Shebat 12, 5715
Number 5
During The Week.. .a* i sefJ
y LEO MINDLIN
FOR WEEDS 47 HOMt AND ABROAD
Mount Sinai Jubilee
Mount Sinai Hospital is now planning its
all star Jubilee to take place early in March.
The annual function is held to defray the defi-
cit incurred by the hospital as a result of its
many medical services offered to the commu-
nity.
This deficit is something with which every
Miamian should identify. The often free and
part-free attention residents receive at Mount
Sinai adds up to a sizeable sum. Without such
a community-wide program of hospital assist-
ance. Mount Sinai would lose a good deal of
its humanitarian achievementwould cease to
be the sort of medical center Miami's Jewish
leaders originally envisioned.
But continuing this service, as well as many
others which heavily increase the financial
burdens of the hospital, puts in danger Mount
LKjLivptiaii Nazism
A new type of Nazism is coming to full flower
in the Near East. There have been organized
mass persecutions directed against Jews be-
fore, but the latest series of outrages launched
at its Jewish community by the Egyptian gov-
ernment is today being led by former Nazis
who held high positions in Germany during
the Third Reich.
The current terrorism is, of course, part of
the Arab League campaign aimed at destroy-
ing Israel. Col. Nasser. Egypt's latest "strong
man," could have chose no better mentors in
his drive against the Jewish State. The recent
trials which sentenced a host of Jews to death
and life imprisonment have the characteristic
stamp of Nazi technique. Condemned for "Zi-
onist spying" by predetermined "evidence"
and flimsy juridical processes, the doomed in-
dividuals are guilty of nothing more than being
Jewish citizens of an Arab nation.
In effect, Col. Nasser and his Nazi advisors
are repeating the outrageous lies of Hitlerian
philosophy by implying that all Jews are part
of an "international" organization which recog-
nizes allegiance to nothing but Zionism. In
effect, he is telling the world that Egyptian Jews
can not possibly be loyal to Egypt and that
they must, of necessity, be regarded as Israeli
spies.
This tragic circumstance possibly has one
faint glimmer of hope. The Arab League the
most ludicrous misnomer in modern history
is being pushed to the limit of its resources in
a last, desperate search for unity. Having fail-
ed in their effort to organize themselves into
an effective force at least on the basis of their
common hatred for Israel. Arab leaders are
turning to indigenous anti-Semitism.
If our State Department until now, in the face
of Arab sympathies during World War II could
not bnng itself to recognize that a Near East
defense community based on active Arab rxn-
ticipat.on is a military dream and a democratic
delusion, it should now find this clear beyond
question. The Jews condemned to deatr/and
hie imprisonment, as well as those who recent
ly committed suicide rather than face further
SSStSS! in Cakl jail8' should help the
State Department consider a lot of questions it
d^nc4j|imk_of^ang before.
Sinai's ever increasing need to expand its re-
search, instruction and health programs.
,. Tn ?U Jubilee should therefore be a
must for all of us. Attending the annual W
tion early in March is the best wa Z exp^
1X1 COmmuni,y 8 ^itude to a hospifal
whose achievement in the short time of
existence has made it one of the fines, in the
ollias.
HOWELL COLLINS is a Tallahassee insurance man He s
i,l,.. Got. LeRoy Collins, travels with the governor jUst A
everywhere and vows that he is no relation. Characterizing him*
I irouble .-hooter." he virtually campaigned with Gov. Collim thru
out all of Florida, speaks of him with respect bordering on reve*
and politelv remarks that the governor neither drinks nor smokes, U
he is asleep almost as soon as his head touches his pillow and than
is up by seven in the morning utterly refreshed and "ready to g0-
This Mr. Collins is a real gentleman from the real South. He.
beide me at a dinner honoring Gov. Collins Saturday evening u,.
rs hotcL His soft accent made music of his words, and heo|
wasn't busv dancing with many of the ladies about him. -ubseqam
assuring me that they all "are most marvelous and kind, he fill
some very interesting details on the gubernatorial race and how
measured up to a number of difficult situations. I found it hard t
much of what he said; it seemed that the course of event*,
June. 1952 had been swift indeed.
Political writer John McDermott sat opposite us, and last timel
and I met in the company of a governor, we were in a private
a downtown Miami hotel, with the late Dan McCarty sitting on L
and sipping ginger ale. Just elected to office, Mr. McCarty was phy*
ly exhausted and preferred to talk about fishing rather than poht
Obviously gathering his energies, he discussed with humility andi
Dade County's emerging role on the Florida political scene
haps an hour of answering questions. Mr. McCarty had circled his ml
wearily around my shoulder and said: "There is so much to do durad
the next four years. Give me some time before judging what I haj
tet out to accomplish."
Mr. McCarty never got the time for which he so humbly
And the next thing one knew, "laughing boy from Starke" was in Til
. discarding from office most of Mr. McCarty's appointments i
a meaiu of advancing the vow he made to preserve in the bet wj
could the spirit of the late governor's administration. Then. e
Florida road was suddenly torn assunder. With signs beautifying
barricades "Another promise fulfilled by Charley Johns." He*
bus) tultilling them when Gov. Collins took office a few weeks

SOME OF BoweU Collins1 talk was lost in all of this reminis
about the course of events since June, 1952but none of his
words in which Gov. Collins figured. And when the governor r
address members of the Miami Beach Civic League, sponsors ofl
dinner in his honor, it seemed as if the stage had been well set f
determined but soft-spoken man. His administration's spiritual
is heavy to Dade County, as well as to Miami Beach, where a
fought campaign by his volunteers saved the day for Gov. Co
the face of this and the fact that the Dade area, perhaps for
I time in history, emerged to challenge successfully northern, we
1 and central state determination of the course of Florida politics. Gal
I Collins returned to express his gratitude and perhaps to observe tatl
a reevaluation in Tallahassee of South Florida has progressed fark>|
yond a mere catchword.
"I am reminded of a ship's homecoming from the sea. he
"and like a ship returned to port I shall leave with a full cargo." Tatl
cargo is. of course, the promising outlook this area holds as a centers!!
industry and tourism. Gov Collins said that, when he was only*!
Miami's population boasted of barely 500 souls. The unprecedented!
expansion since then, he remarked, here and throughout Florida, wieal
1.500.00 new residents have been arriving annually for some time. i>a]
index to the possibility of achievement now before us.
According to Gov. Collins, the prospects of unlimited opporH
and a rapidly burgeoning population are peculiar to Florida Ottol
states seem ri ed in their ways bj comparison." hi said si
tin- regard, hi i government is an indi-ptn-ibieprtl
requisite to the attainment ess, sad good government, he sail
means good I i i ,l(j go Kul I a clean and decent bouse. God
- indicated. I he felt, arc of perhap- greater
nificance. Touching upon the vital weakness of modern soutiesl sf]
ho emphasized that government at large must not be a refuge<
incompetence.
This is a fairlj unusual and penetrating remark for any man'
public office to make Democratic nominee Adlai Stevenson expr
similar sentiments during his 1952 effort for the Presidency It I
to me to be a measure of the confidence an official has in himself i
in the advisors about him. For politics and politicians have traditioaaf
i>. by the character of their method, permitted to fall into ill-repute ntl
process of fulfilling a high social responsibility like the running 4
government. There is something sordid, almost illegal, about the wonj
politician. One is inclined to relate it to tawdriness and behind-ts|
scenes machination for personal advantage.

titriCOV\.COuLL,NS' Praisew1hy observation emphasized his own |
i.tudes, which are apparently classic. If government is often a refus
of ncompetence it is because the modern political Gestalt attracts *l
r r it- wnPurch the influence of background position. T*l
ahuiu ? JT? Sunday evenin* calling instead for people
ability to surround his administration in Tallahassee.
that tho3!1 a8Pf^ i his plca- the 8vernor reported with satisfacti
iml inV, T y adPte< "tate budget is geared to need for the frfl
avaTlahii f01"^" Stry' "l noted wi,h satisfaction," he said, "that*
d sir?,, v?ds.wcre not ct up five ways according to Congress^
Partment iv?1"1"!*-t0 Wi,bur Jones' ^airman of the State Ko.d
S3 road', urn i?' 'Vhe audience Morc him- Gov. Collins obserid
hUcaf "W. cKenCefrth buiil wh"e the demand for them is *
Budget Named DeSire^ra,e''' "^ humorous,v'" -"cding to *
Budget oJfHoniS SU5lS*d t0 have aPP'ied his own 'oof0* here: "Z\
wordfand^T ^ P?yer" ln anv case- Gov- <*> of sof,sPf*
-simple aXSSeo,amb,,r fr Progress-ambition character,** *
voice hreiSi Tk .*,mp,y "Passed concepts-is no "shouter.
preciSv fhTSf k .me Sunday evenin*- for hysteria and volume*]
Mel tl con "*" f S manv '"eompetenL in politics PerJ
"a. iov. tollms wi now ha, .k. .;__. ._______i~___u fnr wh*el
the:KnSrrillwn: have the ,im to P himself for *
An^rK^-SJi"- *** not is lot to receive^
fcCsftjr, he observed
dav. I donTknow wh^.* J"" working"fourteen't"o" eighteen hou^
talents But HoJ!hia^k!nd f governr 'l make you. 1 have no *-
Southern ge^K'is^'ht ^ ,0 tHink ta hM' ^
though i gSsj: tir^L ::1 k* ** ** *- r,R.


)AY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955
-Jmlsti fhrMlnn
'emple Israel Plans Addition
PAGE 5 A
Temple Israel of Miami has be-
iin construction of its new $350.-
two-story religions school that
|rill adjoin the present Temple at
37 NK 19th st. in Miami.
The new structure will replace
he present school facilities now
sused in the Temple building. The
kodern school building will accom-
date 1.000 children ranging from
Jndergarten through confirmation
ad high school age. Present
bhool facilities in the Temple
ires for 550 students in an over-
owded condition.
The modern structure, designed
architects Percival Goodman, of
ew York, and Irwin Korach, of
Iktmi. will become a part of fn'e
i'lnplo Israel building, extending
feet eastward on 19th st. The
jilding, comprising 23 class-
Doms. auditorium, chapel, two gar-
['ii patios, an administration wing,
ligious school office, a kitchen,
arts and crafts room and a
ride's room will run from 19th st.
trough to 19th ter.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, who has
ten the spiritual leader of Temple
rael since 1950, says his congre-
ation has had to face "the trc-
endous growth of the Miami area
recent years" and that he is
ratified his congregation "had the
kresight and courage to build for
ke future."
[The 41 year-old Rabbi said that
emple Israel serves the entire
reater Miami area. He pointed
it that more than half his group
>mes from Miami Beach and from
far west as Coral Gables. "We
kve hundreds of members from
orth Miami to South Miami," he
kid
[According to A. A. Unger, char-
and pioneer member of Temple
t held at 11 a.m., Sunday, February
127. He said a number of civic
i leaders would be invited to attend.
I S. C. Levenson and Dan B. Rus-
kin are co-chairmen of the building
' committee.
Founded in 1922 in the home of
Mr. Harry V. Simons, work on the
present Temple Israel was started
March 1, 1927.
Or. Joseph Narot
Israel, the congregation is the only
"non-neighborhood group in the en-
tire area" and that plans for the
new school facilities have been un-
der way for the past five years'.
Unger, who was chairman of the
Initial Gifts campaign for the
building fund, said it is the respon-
sibility of every member of the
Temple to share the cost of the
project as generously and as soon
as possible.
W. D. Singer, president of Tem-
ple Israel and prominent Miami
businessman, said "this building
program is the means of strength-
ening Reform Judaism in the
Greater Miami area."
,Sam Resnick, chairman of the
building committee, announced a
series of progress ceremonies to be
held at the building site. He said
the first of the series would be
Ipiritual Statesmanship'
me of Breakfast
tarheaded by Seminary
[Florida leaders of the press, pul-
and politics will gather Friday
ttrning. Feb. 11, to discuss "Spir-
kal Statesmanship, the Moral
andards of the Nation" with two
the nation's outstanding edu-
lors.
seminar session on that sub-
^t. scheduled for the Shelborne
tel. will be headed by Dr. Ell-
nd (. Nance, president of the
uversity of Tampa, and Dr. Louis
ikelstein, chancellor and presi-
il of the Jewish Theological
Iminary of America.
Invited civic, business, religious,
por. education, press and govern-
rntal leaders will join in the dis-
ssion, which will get under way
10 a.m. and which will be fol-
ved by a luncheon session that
11 summarize the morning's dis-
sion.
[Samuel Friedland, chairman of
board of Food Fair Stores and
-chairman of the Seminary's na-
Bnal planning committee, will act
host for the seminar.
] Dr. Nance is the 1953 state chair-
Ian of the March of Dimes cam-
I'gn and is well-known as a lec-
her from coast to coast in the
;!ud S,ates- He was a minister
; Ohio, Kentucky, Washington and
jtorida from 1924 until 1939, when
teft the ministry to become dean
Kollms College in Winter Park,
A combat veteran of World
far I. he served as an Army chap-
fin during the Second World War.
le is the author of "Faith of
pr Fighters," story of the chap-
fns m World War II, and several
F>er books and magazine articles.
I* has conducted columns for sev-
Tal daily Florida newspapers and
s won numerous civic, religious
id mter-faith awards.
, Dr. Finkelstein 1$-., served as
resident of the Jewish Theological
unwary sinca 1941. He has pio-
eered religion in the fields of
[ternai Light" and "Frontiers of
faith programs.
Dr. tllweaa1 C. Nance
>riginal Comedy Slated
J-'lagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
'"* c*n!er w'H present an orig-
in. mov'.Cal comedy- "Come Back
,atle Shikker," on Feb. 26 and 27
>nd Mar. 5 and 6.
Three Will Judge
Award Nominations
Three Dade County citizens this
week agreed to serve as judges
for the Bay Harbor Islands Crime
Prevention award.
They are Circuit Court Judge
George E. Holt, Crime Commission
Director Daniel P. Sullivan and
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shep-
ard Broad.
The three will select the Greater
Miami law enforcement officer
who has made the greatest contri-
bution to the ca'use of crime pre-
vention. Their selection will be
based on nominations submitted
by the public and by the heads of
local law enforcement agencies.
According to Bay Harbor Islands
Police Chief Gerald Farrell, the
award will be made during Nation-
al Crime Prevention Week, Feb. 13
to 19. Farrell appealed io the pub-
lic to nominate police officers they
know to have been instrumental in
crime prevention and in diverting
prospective delinquents from anti-
social careers.
Mid-Season Lunch
Flagler-Granada Women's Group
will hold its mid-season lunch and
card party at Loffler Bros, on
Tues., Feb. 8. In charge of reser-
vations are Mrs. Ben Jonas and
Mrs. Herman Feldman.
Bond Conference
Reports $6,187,000
Recent Issue Sales
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Americas and Western Europe,
mobilized more than $177,000,000
in cash up to December 31, 1954.
With the addition of the new sub-
scriptions for 1955 announced late
Wednesday, a total of close to
$184,000,000 has been raised in
less than four years for the estab-
lishment of new industries, the
expansion of agriculture, the ex-
ploitation of mineral resources and
the promotion of transportation
and tourism.
Julian B. Venezky, chairman of
the executive committee of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, announced
the inauguration of a national citi-
zens committee to enlist the par-
ticipation of Christians in the Is-
rael Bond effort, as a major plank
in the 1955 campaign program in
the United States.
Venezky also revealed that the
Irish Republic had just authorized
the sale of Israel Bonds and that
a campaign committee will be
formed soon to get the campaign
under way in that country.
Of the $6,187,000 in Israel Bonds
sold for the opening of the 1955
campaign, the sum of $3,700,000
was paid in cash and $2,487,000
represented subscriptions which
are expected to be paid in full with-
in the next few weeks.
In a major address to the con-
ference, Reuven Shiloah. Minister
Plenipotentiary of Israel to the
United States, characterized eco-
nomic strengthening of the State
of Israel as vital to help the new
democracy overcome the hostility
of the Arab states which has mani-
fested itself through intense boy-
cott and blockade and renewed
threats of aggression.
Mr. Shiloah declared that the
"Arab leaders believe that through
a stranglehold on our economy
they can bring us to our knees mili-
tarily and politically." He empha-
sized the strategic importance of
the State of Israel Bond campaign
to help the people of Israel "meet
the crucial economic test."
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, out-
standing American Zionist leader
and chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Zionist Organization
of America and a member of the
executive of the Jewish Agency,
declared that the Israel Bond cam-
paign "is an essential and integral
part of the program of Zionist ac-
tivity in the United States and
throughout the world."
Stressing the importance of the i
International Conference, Presi-'
dent Itzhak Bcn-Zvi of Israel said
in a cabled message: "Our historic
mission of building a modern pro-
ductive society on the basis of a
sound economy, while continuing
to gather in our dispersed breth-
ren, has been facilitated to a major
extent through the success of the
Israel Bond campaign."
Samuel Rothberg, national chair-
Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization, is honored at the International Mobilization Conference
for Israel. Photo shows (from left) Reuven Shiloah. Minister
Plenipotentiary of Israel, presenting "BIG" (Bonds of Israe'
Government) Wheel Award to Sher. Sher brought greetings of
the Miami community to the opening session oi the Interne
Uonal Conference.
man of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, reported that one-third of Is-
rael's Development Budget is be-
ing met with Israel Bond funds
raised chiefly in the United States
and Canada, making known for
the first time a report based on
the three fiscal year. April 1. 1951-
March 31, 1954. Rothberg told the
delegates that Israel Bonds pro-
vided $120,132,348 during that pe-
riod out of a total Development
Budget of $359,777,000. represent-
ing 33.3 percent.
Samuel Rothberg was reelected
national chairman for the United
States and Rudolf G. Sonneborn, of
New York, was named president of
the Israel Bond Organization, with
Henry Montor continuing as chief
executive officer and Julian B. Ve-
nezky as chairman of the executive
committee.
Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky was
elected as United States chairman
of the Women's Division and Mrs
Alexander Lowenthal. of Pitts-
burgh, as honorary chairman.
Leon H. Keyserling, who served
as chairman of the President's
Council of Economic Advisers in
the Truman administration, earlier
told the International Conference
that "Israel has passed the phase
of bare survival and is now mov-
ing forward in the development
phase toward the goal of reason-
able self-sufficiency by 1960."
He declared that "with the pro-
ceeds of Israel Bonds, economic
! 11 Enroll as Trustees
, In Israel Bond Drive
With the 1955 State of Israel
Bond Organization campaign get-
! ting under way, eleven members of
| the Greater Miami community
have already enrolled as Trustees
of Israel for 1955 Trustees are pur-
chasers of a minimum of $10,000 in
State of Israel Development Bonds.
The new 1955 Trustees were an-
nounced at an informal dinner
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Sher in connection with the Bond
j Conference held at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel last weekend.
Sher. Greater Miami chairman
I for Bonds, stated at the party that
I the goal for Trustees of Israel for
! 1955 was set at 25. He named the-e
I already enrolled as:
Samuel Blank. Samuel Friedland,
Samuel Goldfarb, Dr. Morris Good-
I man. Isidt>rc Hecht Jr.. Marcie Lie-
' berman. Max Orovitz. David Pro-
j vus and Carl. Weinkle. Sher him-
self re-enrolled as a Trustee for
1955.
|_________________________________
emancipation is being constructed
on the foundation of political inde-
I pendence and moral righteous-
I ness."
Jacob Sher. chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
mittee, greeted the delegates at
the opening session of the Inter-
national Mobilization Conference.
Hat Show Proceeds
For New Building
Sisterhood of Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center sponsored
luncheon on Monday which was
followed by a fashion parade de-
picting original ideas in headgear.
Laura O'Banion, holder of a
"Mrs. America" title, and Mary
Lou Omlar, co-owners of 'Two
Smart Girls," Inc., were judges.
Proceeds are for the Center's
new building. Mrs. John Strunin
was chairman of the luncheon, and
was assisted by the Mesdames B.
Lubow, N. Becker and C. Askowitz.
Mrs. Francis N. Rubin (center), who was first woman Trustee
of Israel from this area last year, became a Trustee for 1955 at
the International Israel Bond Conference in the Fontainebleau
hotel this week. A Trustee is a $10,000 purchaser of Israel
Bonds. She is flanked by Mrs. Michael Stavitsky (left), new
chairman of national Women's Division, and Mrs. Monte
Selig, Miami Women's Division chairman.


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Mi
SS
Ern.ce Weinlcle Becomes Mrs. Shorr at Emanu-EI
Ernice Weinkle. daughter of Mr
and lbs. Carl Weinkle. 5045 Lake-
view dr.. Miami Beach, became the
bride of Robert Guy Shorr. son of
Mr and Mr- Nathaniel P Shorr.
Long Island. New York, on Sunday.
Jan 30.
Guests from 16 states and miny
local friends and relative* witness-
ed the nuptial ceremony perform-
ed at Temple Emanu-El by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
The bride was i.ven in marriage
by her father, pioneer resident of
Miami Beach Be>t man i-
aid D. Shorr. of Baltimore. Md..'
brother of the groom Maid of
honor was Ha Harriet Mark, oft
Ml Holyoke. Mass. a r
ot the bride at Oh: SUt -.iver-
sity.
Bridesmaids were Mrs Donald
Shorr. sister-ir
-. of Savai
-. of the bride ar.d Miss**
Louise Lefkcwitz. Iris J.
Mae Le\:r.e. Miekej L H
and Ellen Wafa
I -hers included :'.
the bride: Jerome Weink
Weinkle. Dr Milton W
bert Chaikm and John K
Also serving as usher> uere
Weinkle. the bride's brother, ar.d
Joseph Lenchner of Pittsburgh.
Pa
Petite Jeanne Weinkle j: -
n:ece of the bride girL
The bride's gown was a-, ex-

seed
pearls Dg the
neckline Bowks : -
. nd Bwwfallii a clusters c ten1 the
as well as the
.\ peau de mi The
waist : -..k peau t- i
ci:pped low in the back I
a ban
i %k the fingertip veil of Fi
lusion. In the bride ai
I white eattleya on
ley
d with the IS Marine Corps hf
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4.19
two >
Among the out of town gu<
Mr and Mrs. David Silv.r
Bracker, Miss Rose Bloomberg.
Miss Ariene Bracker. Mrs. I-conard
nan, Mr 1 Silver. Mr. and Mfl
Wolfe Silver. Mr and Mrs. Murray |
Silver, Mr Stanley Silver. Miss Kay
Silver. Mr. and Mrs Sam Cootejr
an.l Mr Reuben Cooky, Savannah.!
Ga
Mr ud Mrs I.. A. Rosenberg.
Mr and Mrs Harley Ross. Mr. and
Mrs Arthur Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. !
Jack Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs
Metvin Weinkle. Atlanta. Ga.
Mr and Mrs Ted Linn. Mr. and
Mrs Emanuel Weinkle and Mr and ,
Mrs Leo H Weinkle. Asheville. | ||)IS nCfllltV I'lillls
N.C; Mr and Mrs Julius Levine. ,, AnrJ| Wnrlilini
Wilmington. N.C; Mr and Mrs UI1 A|)I II WCCKIlllJ
David I --lev. Melbourne. Fla: ; Barbara Shanes. Univer*itjr of
Mr- Abe Mailman and Mr. Ben | Miami Ibis beauty, and Ne, \iir.
i(i tartar* Shar
'
Tobin. Hollywood, Fla.
rison Schiff are planning i vt^.'
Mr and Mrs Abe fhardkof.id,?f.,n"r|yAPn;-
Mr and Mr- Abe Newman. Dr. and "'"J^^T"***^"^
Mr- Harold Newman. Mr- Nathan Mr* Anthony Colson.t or..I ..^^
ShTSr. and Mrs. Joseph Wile*-1 Jff! *3Z*> K,n^ **J
ski and Miss Beatrice Chardkoff. **>"* l!,,?,nd- *Y M 1
Jacksonville. Fla; Mr and Mrs. f>"*< Highland iUi, f
I Leo Chardkoff. Dr. and Mrs. Mo.ses I ^ool for- Girls. West Lw*
; Chardkoff and Mr and Mrs. Sam 'B"nch^NJnd will gradu*
' uel Stein. Tampa. Fla. frKm tne Uof M ,n Juno J
,. chology major.
Mr and Mrs Julius Kahn. Ken- she Moags to ihe Ph,;,,^.
nett. Mo : Mr and Mrs Joe W4n- and SortoIofy clubs Homecoariai.
gartenandMr. and Mrs Abe \\ em -' princesSi Hurricane honev ad
garten. Houston. Tex ; Mr and Mrs. Te princess are campu-
Joseph A. Pincus, San Antonio. L^^^ awarded hcr_
J ,. Mr. Schiff is the son of Mr M |
Mr and Mrs Abraham Stern. Mpi Harry SchH(> ^ v ndlI
Tex
od, N I : Dr and Mrs Al-
exander Kay. old Westbury, L.I.: i JJJJ (nm ^ Vmi9^ty w

'J. t***n C. Sa*rr
grand baIlro>m. whuh vat
Pr and Mrs. Abram L. Saehar.
Newtoaville Man.; Mr and Mrs
Irvin Greif and Mr and Mrs Don-
ald D Shorr. Baltimore. Md ; Mr.
and Mrs Bert Greene. Woodmere.
L.I.; Dr and Mrs Irving Horowitz.
I Great Neck. L I
Mr Joseph Lenchner. Pittsburgh.
i'..: Dr and Mr- Bernard Chat
kin. Chestnut Hill-. Ma-- Mr and
Mr- Samuel Cooke. Philadelphia
Pa.. Mr and Mr- Joseph Cherner. I
ave.. Miami Beach. He wa- .-jdu-
Miami
where he was preside!. of Hi
Lambda Phi fraternity. He i n m a
building contractor.
Carrying out the c me of

bridesrr.i!-:- it* the >cene of the dinner following: Washington. DC; Miaa Harriet'
the ceren Mark. South Hadley. Ma Miss
gowns a pale I ag '.> backgroand for Natalie Shorr. Bronx. NY: Mr.I
:.-; caps of billet pink and : ~ the aas a trellis cov- and Mrs N D. Shorr. Mrs. Bertha
dnpe4(hoohJer st aktafle brosdered brilliant shower of Cohea, Forest Hills. N.Y.
completed tht. lies. All. wore corsages of phalaenopsb -pray orchid- Colonel Henry Kaplan. Mrs Jag-
wore ahoft white 1-r sie Davidson. Mr. Jack Saunders,
and carried bowajueli I debutante Mrs Jena After a wedding trip to Nassau, Mr and Mrs. Abe Wech.-ler. Mrs.
pink camellias with light bhw love- : -*.. Whil ; oung couple will re- Ruth Howland and Mr William
birds. ofBcweas and light pmk ca- side in Miami Beach Koppelman. New York City; Mr
Flower gjrl Jeanne We -nade up the ahde decora The former MhB Weinkle attend- and Mrs Joseph Larkev. East Or-
vote a attnsatnre duplicate of the idic? to The tra- ed Miami Beach High School. Ohio ange. N J Pr and Mrs Macyln
bndesrcaids gown in ballet pink I drtional canopy was of wtene sat. State University and the University Baker. South Orange. N.I Mrs
ar.d earned a basket of rose petaLs ar.d pi> pink came! of Mum; Mr Shorr attended Tii- Meyer Chazin. Verona NJ %and
The bride's mother. Mrs Carl F^>ral eote scheme t>r. Prep School and is a graduate Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Greenbcrg
Weinkle. wore a custom designed wa.s repeated at the Foctainebleau of Per.n State University He serv Pater- n N J
Miss Zelikoff Weds Mr. Joseph Mintzer
Miss Diane Zelikoff became the
bride of Joseph MinUer m cere-
es at the ae hotel or,
Jan. 2 Rabbi Simon Apr:
ciated
Former:;, of Pater- l N .' cew-
lywed Mr< Mintaer the daugh-
ter of Mr ar.d Mr- J spa ZeL.
koff. Mr Mintzer s parents
Max Mmtaers, 1510 sw
Miami.
Maid of honor was Miss r> I
Elo wa^
best man.
The bnde wore a
Lee gown over tu! ^,. bal-
let-length She carried green and
brown orchids or. a .-
B:ble.
Maid of '-. -. r was ittired in a
ballet-length pink -i!k gown and
carried a nosegay of pink camehas
and purple at i
Mintzer atteadc I
schools and the Vogue School of
Modeling a New 1 -.
Mr Mintzer. a native Miamian.
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
nda and the In:-.
of Miami He served three ve.,-'-
with the Navy m Korea and .
affiliated with Burk Construction
Corp.
Out-of-town guests included Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Halpenn. McRae
Ga and Mr. and Mrs L Katz. Mr
Samuel Mintzer and Mrs. Rose
Escol, Kitiiisliib
To Marry in Texas
t The Shamrock hotel in H
Tex will be the setting for the
Feb. 20 wedding of Miss Babette
and Melvin Kleinstub
Th* need
Mr and Mrs Louis
813 Vend Waj Mr
Mrs The-
"' the
late
I m1*** b,nd''l*ct graduate of
Beach H
here^ he i a
Miller. Shafkowitz
Plan June Wedding
Am^ Miller and Ah; W
Shafkowitz are planning a
wedding in New York Cit>
Miss Miller is the daughter ofv
Mrs. Jessie Miller. 1043 NE 157th.
ter. North Miami Beach and the:
late Herman Miller. She a- ended
the University of Miami a.-l w
pledged to Iota Alpha Pi rorijj
She is now attending Charr n Wil-
liams commercial college
Mr. Shafkowitz is the son of W-
and Mrs. Herman ShaiKO*!*
Bronx. N.Y.
Miss taactf* licit
"Sweel Sixteen" Partv
For Ina Schwartz
" w K^arS Jewish Drama^pirT
At Saturday Forum
Dr
(ioltt'sinans Reveal
Harriette'i Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gott?sa
of Miami Beach, are am. invial,
the engagement of their daufMtM
Harnette. to Samuel Simon x>n'
Mr and Mrs. David Sit
lyn. N Y
The young.couple fie > in ^
plane from New York to -^'""Jt
day with the parents of M
Doekowirz. aU of New York City
Jr and Mrs Leopold Schwartz of
80 fnenV%areMeXSdKhlnS^ wZ* ZSK^x ^ *'" ** ^"-t which-time M.
sr^- -^ us Sr-s:!5 -aBBSSRs
^ -< a junior at Miam. n. l ^onoeganon '" Kne^h Uri,H >in. Beach High School, attea**
Mr Simon attended Wj--"",
Spring Queen.'
Miss Caienda, iZ.,1 VMukdor-1 '" dbeajn
Gu-r and -Mis, Let,er Glri | A* 'nd ^'"
Theater in State College and is a gradtiatejj
i w
Following a honeymoon m Mi Council _' J" "T CHUO"" 'J' Morrison ,i]
-i Beach, the couple now re- ^^L^ "^ ^ Si "tt?^- J read-1 WorW v7.7li
New York University He *
Hustrate in the riirnnaan Theatre d
siding a, 305! SW 27th ave. Mianl^rity5 ""*** *"*" ''
rfher K"rum is !"j'une 4 haTbeen selected s.U^j


bAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955
^JmlstifhrkHan
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.'(Imans to Live
San Diego
ler a honeymoon in Miami
h, newlywedded Mr. and Mrs.
L. Friedman will journey to
)iego, Cal., where he is sta-
with the Navy.
Friedman's marriage took
Jan. 27 in the home of the
k uncle and aunt. Mr. and
|Ben Nonkin, 4410 Riviera dr.,
Gables,
pbi Simon April read the 7
double-ring service which was
fed by a reception.
_. bride, the former Miss Bar-
|Ann Schechter, is the daugh-
[ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schech-
Sl SW 7th st.
^n in marriage by her father,
lore a cocktail length gown of
er blue crystalette, matching
on veil and carried a Bible
[white orchids.
bridegroom, son of the late
[el Friedmans, Miami, was
in marriage by his uncle, Si-
Friedman. Belle Meirowitz
maid of honor.
| Sobcls Entertain
Suzanne and Fiance
] Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sobel, 2170 SW
, 19th st., entertained at a family
j dinner party for their daughter,
Suzanne, and her fiance. Stanley
Owen Sterling, son of Mr. and Mr-.
Bernard A. Sterling, 2377 SW 251 h
ave.
Miss Sobel attended Miami Sen-
ior High School and is now a stu-
dent at the University of Florida.
Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Sterling also attended Miami
Senior High School and is a mem-
ber of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity
at the University of Florida.
a
'WMIXl Rfc
Mrs. Alvin L fritimmn
-* \#
4
Gary Elliot Diener, son of Mr.
and Mis. Max N. Diener, 620
79th si.. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning, Feb. 5, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Gary, a student at Beth Shol-
om religious school, is in the
eighth grade of Nautilus Jun-
ior High School.
Michael Rabin
To Perform
Eighteen-year-old violinist Mich-
ael Rabin will be guest artist with
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra during the fifth pair of
subscription concerts on Sunday
and Monday evenings, Feb. 14 and
15, at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums.
Dean John Bitter will be on the
podium. Mr. Rabin has a natural
right to his gifts. His father,
George Rabin, has been a violinist
with the New York Philharmonic
for 30 years. His mother, Jeanne,
is a pianist, for many years on the
faculty of the Juilliard School of
Music. Born on May 2, 1936, he
started to study before he was six,
following in his father's footsteps.
His mother gave him piano les-
sons, for which he showed a natur-
al aptitude. He possesses perfect
pitch, and would amuse the family
by calling off the pitch of every-
thing from an automobile horn to
a steam whistle.
Reception to Honor
Billy Pilchick
Billy Pilchick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pilchick. 1405 NW 58th
st., Miami, will become Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning serv-
ices, Feb. 5, at Tiferelh Israel
Northside Center.
Rabbi Abraham Herson will offi-
ciate. The Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day evening, as well as the Kid-
dush on Saturday morning, will be
given by Mr. and Mrs. Pilchick in
honor of their son.
Billy is a student at Edison Cen-
ter Junior High School, invitations
for the reception, which will be
held at the DiLido hotel, have been
issued. Among those present will
be Mrs. Jennie Hochfelsen. of Mi-
ami, maternal grandmother; Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Hochfelsen, aunt ]
and DUCle; and Gerald Hochfelsen,!
cousin.
Out-of-town guests from New
York will be Mrs. Gussie Strelis-1
ker, great grandmother. Mrs. I. Sar-1
rel, grandmother. Mr. Louis Pil-
chick, uncle. Miss Gloria Strelis-
ker, Mr. and Mrs. Max Strelisker,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feigelman.
great uncle and great aunt, and
Mrs. L. Engel.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUABV,
Combined Jewish Appeal in High Gear Drive Toward Go
Frank Kingdon to be Speaker at Coral
Gables Function; Baskin, Fisher Named
Two prominent leaders of (he
Jewish community in Coral Gables
have been appointed as co-chair-
men of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal area campaign.
Communities chairman George
Chertkof has announced the ap-
pointment of Meyer A. Baskin and
Herman Fisher to direct the fund
drive activities in the Coral Ca-
bles area.
The co-chairmen immediately'
announced plans for a city-wide
rally, open to the public on 1 -
day evening, Feb. 15. in the
Gables Jewish Center.
Dr. Frank Kingdon. noted jour-
nalist, author, recipient of Den-
mark's King Christian Award and
Mrs. Kesselman, Dr. Narot to Address
Miami-Coral Gables Pace Setters Tea
Dr. Frank Kingdon
nity and baa a degree from the Uni-
versity of Florida. His wife, Col-
die, WSJ born in Key West and is
active as a supervisor of the nurs-
erj school in Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Herman fithtr
Meyer A. Baskin
Dr. Kiugdon's stimulating ar-
ticles and radio broadcasts have
won for him the Newspaper Guild
Page One Award as the outstand-
ing liberal commentator on the air.
He is the author of four books, in-
cluding his most recent "Architects
of the Republic." He is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa, a graduate of
Boston L'niversity. and a tormer
Fellow at Harvard L'niversity.
During World War II. he was in-
strumental in rescuing some of
Europe's outstanding anti-Nazis
from Hitler for which he was
awarded Denmark = King Christian
Award.
Baskin. a patent attorney with
Food Division Plans
Annual Fund Affair
The annual dinner of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Food Divi-
sion will be held on Monday. Feb.
7, at the Columbus hotel, it has
been announced by Mr. Bernard R.
Stevens, chairman of the division.
Leading representatives of the
food and related industries in Dade
County and their wives will gather
in the Pan American room to hear
an address by Mrs. Jacob Kessel-1 ed on the executive board of the
man. prominent leader in Jewish ] United Jewish Appeal, as regional
aflairs who was recently returned j president of Northern New Jersey
from an extensive tour through
Israel.
Mrs. Jacob Kesselman and Dr.
Joseph R. Narot will be principal
speakers at the Miami-Coral Gables
Pace Setters Tea Tuesday after-
noon. Feb. 8. 1:30 p.m.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
fund raising function will be held
at the home of Mrs. Louis E Gold-
man. Pace Setters chairman. 6501
Granada hlvd.. Coral Gables. Mrs.
Kesselman had been asked to re-
turn to the Greater Miami are* by
popular request, and will share the
platform with Dr. Narot of Temple
Israel.
Women's Division campaign
chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
and year round chairman Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman said they were grati-
fied with returns of the first divi-
sion function, the Patron's Tea
held last week at the home of Col.
and Mrs. Jacob M Arvey. They
predicted that the newly organiz-
ed Miami-Coral Gables Pace Set-
ters will surpass the accomplish-
ment of all previous campaigns.
Mrs. Kesselman has recently re-
turned from an extensive tour
through Israel and because of her
unique Jewish communal services
on the American scene, she was
permitted to examine intensively
many phases of Israel which are
not usually open to the tourist.
She has been acclaimed through-
out the nation wherever she speaks
"for her dvnamism and her depth
of perception She has been vit-
ally interested in a varietv of Jew-
ish cultural activities and has serv-
^
#*
a frequent visitor to the State of
Israel, will speak at the community Coral Cable- He is former pre-i-
ral'y- dent of the Coral Gables Jewish
Participating in the program will. Center and has served for sevi ral
be general CJA campaign chair- years as a member of the budget
i and Jewish committee and the board of gov-
ernors in the Greater Miami Jew-
She is on a speaking tour of
many Jewish communities and has
ri h? ,ofoC ,dg J'an"' bet" ^heduled to make several ap-
Ferdinand St., np..,,,,,. hro in h.hit of ,he
pearances here in behalf
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Leo Chaikin. vice chairman
Hadassah. a member of the Jew-
i-h Community Council of Essex
County, and as an officer of the
Federation of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of New Jersey.
Mrs. Jecee Knulmm
standing achievements in the (,-
of Americanism, tolerance
good citizenship."
For the past four years, he hal
served in several capacities nil
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
was one of the officiating rah
at CJA's recent Inaugural Ding|
held at the Fontainebleau hotel.
According to Mrs. Goldman, I
program will also include di
piano selections by Mr. Rahdl
Heaston and Robert Kasha, meal
bers of the faculty at the M,m\
Conservatory of Music.
The Tuesday afternoon tea is tkt I
second in a series of fund raisuq
events sponsored by the Woman
Division in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal. The committee till
include the Mesdames Meyer k.I
Baskin, George Chertkof, Sam 1
Heiman. Aaron M. Kanner. Stanley]
in
Dr Narot. spiritual leader of
Temple Israel of Miami, has long C. Myers, Sam Weissel. Ix-o Ackffj
been active in community welfare man. Harry August. William l'
charge of food and allied trades, and philanthropic programs. In At-1 Berk'ey. Max Deakter. Jess Glased
Federation president Stanley (
Myers, both residents of Coral
Gables.
Sam Weissel, president of the
Coral Gable- Jewish Center and i
pioneer settler in this communitv.
ish Federation.
Baskin i- a Major in the IS
Army Reserve and has for some
years been widely active in the
work of the Teehnion Society He
MnoTthi center and those living chapter of this group He ki a
in the southwest part of Miami to member of the Shriners and Ma- phes
tnilrt^Jv"y M,me order'a "*
nhi- f8a" Carecr ln Cnamb<>r of Commerce and be-
P oe^tam'dertm.n0 ^ ? 5 I"?" ,0 ma"> P^ess.ona. and
Protestant clergyman. Holder of, civic associations Hi
the degrees of Doctor of Divinity ence. has also
and Doctor of Laws, he helped
found the University of Newark
and became its first president.
He was wartime special advisor
to the chairman of both the War
Manpower Commission and the
War
help
expect- a record achievement in
hi- eroup at the annual dinner
Steven- ha- appointed four co-
chairmen in the retail grocers
group; Emanuel J, Smith. Murray
Daum. Sam liadane- and Jack
Stein Joe Cohen will repre-ent City Forum, an organization o/fO
kosher butcher.-, and Irving F.en civic group- promoting cultural
Sup- and civic actiutir- He received
the earned degree of Doctor of He
lar'ic City, he was chairman of the
Cnited Jewish Appeal He visited
Israel in behalf of th Atlantic
City Federation of Jewish Charities
and in the same city founded and
was fir-t pre-ident of the Atlantic
is wife. Flor-;
participated for
brew Letters from the Rabbinical
Seminary of Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati.
Dr. Narot has been especially ac-
The Turk- |lve in ,he field f community re
Harry Gordon. Max Hoffman. Bet-]
nard M. Keller, Aaron Kravitt. Ba ]
Markowitz. Mitchell P. Miller. OA
C. Rubin. Samuel T. Sapiro. Mfjtt
Schwartz, Sam I. Silver. William D.
Singer. Bernard R. Steven-. HaroK
Thurman, William A. \\ emtraui
and A. Frank Wellws.
Turkey Invites Israel
for High Level Talks
JERUSALEM UTA>1,
\ZZ?Vn ^l J71^ ilia,rs- ,sh r,,iy'rnmcnt "as invited Israel !a,ions- inter-faith programs and
a president of the Coral Gables!f,nanc,al and *~"n,.c problems.' from the Atlantic City iilit.r Or
S'oast ThreVvl 3S aurUS,Ce fr' a I*" annUnced hcre An ** der "f W"<< Wars for his "out!
Dr. Wolf son in Third Talk
Dr. Abraham Wolf son. author of
the "The Road to Health and Hap-
pier Living" and "Live a Hundred
Years Happily" will give the third
lecture in a series on "The Pro-
longation of Life" Saturday after-
noon at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct.
i swan Tobin. Joseph Cohen. Reor a tta si-E^
53 HcITtI ft)' ViCe chairman th Combined Jewish Ap-
T ncreafi?71,07n1rp0r1,, ,hat ^ 9P ha. rahed $102,660,
S;'17'1 P~cent over la. year. Thi. repr*""*
Sho^n wi h r amOUnt raiSed this diyiai0n ta
of sweia o. Qre (leh to riah,) M- I- Kopelowitt. chairman
onHP^,aLaM^'!mento-- Carl Weinkle. initial aifio chairman;
and^ M 9omenl8; Carl Weinkle. initial gift, ch
comnSttee^0 Goodman- <*ainnan of Federation'.
budget


)AY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955
Night
XJ Pushes Dinner
lead One
>r Charity Ball
Max OroviU, chairman of the
(I annual Brotherhood Dinner
the National Conference of
ristians and Jews, revealed this
[k that the date of the dinner,'
ijeduled for Feb. 21, will be post-
Jed to Feb. 22, the following
Iht, in deference to the St. Fran-;
'Hospital Charity Ball.
The National Conference of
ristians and Jews was made
^re of the fact recently that St.
tads Hospital had scheduled
iir Charity Ball, under the super-
Ion of Fred Snite, for the night
freb. 21, which was the same
fcht the Brotherhood Dinner had
fen planned by the "NCCJ.
Snite endeavored to change the
ke of their ball but was unable
do so. James M. LeGate, chair-
kn of the NCCJ board of direc-
ts, stated that although the invi-
Jions were already in the mail,
hoard unanimously voted to
ange the date of their affair to
following night. The Fontaine-
feau hotel remains the site of the
incr.
Snite, in appreciation for what
NCCJ has done, said, "the
tCJ has displayed that it prac-
es what they preach. The shift-
of their date is an example of
^.il real Brotherhood means, for
o doing they have insured the
of both the St. Francis
unity Ball and the Brotherhood
+Jewisli fWiktlir
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Baltimore Club Names
lift l;9. |5rfrtth Resident
Weissels Play Host
To CJA Gathering
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, pion-
I. S. Smith was installed presi-1
dent of the Baltimore Friendship eer residents of Coral Gables and
Club at recent ceremonies in Men- prominent civic leaders for many
delsohn's restaurant. i years, last week played host at
Other officers named include S. | tneir home, 4620 Granada blvd., to
Talesnik, vice president; J. Abram-1 a social gathering honoring leaders
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Community workers heard an ad-
dress by Dr. Judd L. Teller, news
correspondent, author and world
traveler.
On hand to greet the guests were
eluding Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teig-: Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Ileiman and
man, Mr. and Mrs. B. Traiger, Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, top
son. treasurer; and Mrs. C. H. Tales-
nick, secretary.
Jacob Labovitz served as toast-
master, with N. Caplan presiding
at the installation.
Some 75 persons attended, in-
and Mrs. F. Gross, Mr. S. Speret
and Mr. and Mrs. S. Sakals.
Guests of honor were Mr. and
level leaders in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Dr. Teller discussed his recent
Mrs. Sam Barber. Guest speakers botok- "Scapegoat of Revolution,''
which covers the major Jewish
included Mrs. Helen Sanders, pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women, and Bar-
political movements and trends.
The author is director of infor-
mation of the Jewish Agency for
I.O.B.A.
f'l will do everything I can to
lip their cause as 'well as the
pse of the St. Francis Hospital."
it) stated "that the NCCJ
a happy to have been able to
|>rk the situation out so that both
brthwhile events could take place
pthout conflict. Undoubtedly both
Francis and NCCJ will benefit
the change. I will lend my sup-
krt to the St. Francis Ball.-'
Max Orovitz, chairman of the third annual Brotherhood Dinner
of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, clears with
Fred Snite, chairman of the St. Francis Hospital Charity Ball,
the date for both functions. The NCCJ dinner has been post-
poned one night in deference to the hospital's charity affair.
FP&L Official Talks
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold its regular meeting on Tues-
day afternoon, Feb. 8, at Melvin
Cohen Hall, 4250 West Flagler st.
Plans for Heart Sunday will be
revealed by the chapter's chair-
man, Mrs. Herman Wronkler. The
drive is set for Feb. 20.
Mrs. Harold Druker will intro-
duce guest of honor Timothy J.
'Dawn to Dusk' Theme
Of Temple Israel Show
"From Dawn to Dusk" will be
the theme of the Saks Fifth Ave-
nue fashion show which members
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
will see at their annual donor lun-
cheon on Monday noon, Feb. 7, in
the Sans Souci hotel.
Members of the Sisterhood will
do their own modeling for the
Sullivan, assistant to the president j show, for which musical accompan-
of the Florida Power and Light' iment will be provided by the Louis
Company, who will address the Adler trio. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman
ber, who is past grandmaster of Palestine and is a frequent con
tributor to the country's leading
publications.
In attendance at the Weissel af-
fair were Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Breslaw, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Bas-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. George Chert-
kof. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelern-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Garfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, Dr. and
Mrs. Philip Gotli.eb, Mr. and Mrs.
Book Review Tuesday
Fifth in the series of book re-
views for the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah will take place
Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the Hibiscus
Masonic Temple. A current best
seller will be offered in dramatic
condensation by Mrs. I. M. Wein-1 ^j"8 J- Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs.
.. ^ .j .. 'William Kneapler, Mr. and Mrs.
stem. Mrs. Donald Murray is co-, Sam j Heiman. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
ordmator. Proceeds are used for Hurevitz, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Hadassah vocational programs in
Israel.
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. David "Rifas,
Colonel and Mrs. Nathan B. Rood,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens.
BJ
group on "The Growth of Greater
Miami and South Florida.
reliminory Conference Sessions Under Way
Preliminary sessions of the.mid- J
ntcr conference of the national
tnning committee of the Jewish
feoli _ical Seminary of America
underway in Miami Beach this
lik. with hundreds of delegates
[the conclave scheduled to arrive
i the next week.
lie ("inference, which is being
cooperation with the Unit-
iii' of America and the
' al Assembly of America,
I is scheduled for the shel-
I'llJdo hotels, Feb. 10
us top officials of the
i' national organizations al-
aily have arrived in Miami Beach
I r, and several pre-confer-
Ice meetings have been called.
be conclave will be climaxed with
linncr on Sunday night, Feb. 13,
which Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
lanccllor and president of the
tminary, will be the principal
Weaker.
Charles Rosenaarfen
[Conference headquarters have
pen established in the Lincoln
oad bldg., with Rabbi Joel S. Gef-
|n, Seminary field director, work-
Ik with Samuel Halperin, chair-
Ian of the Florida reception com-
mittee, in completing plans for the
Inner. "
[Charles Rosengarten, president
the United Synagogue of Amer-
conferred early this week with
adcrs of the conference. He is
'-chairman of the national plan-
ing committee and also a co-chair-
man of the conference.
f"As we enter the fourth century
the settlement of Jews in the
uted States," Rosengarten said,
Ke want to continue to make spir-
jual contributions which will en-
|cn all America. This conference
r"l help us to raise the moral
'"idards of our nation and greatly
hist in our program of spiritual
latesmanship."
Rosengarten Is a former member
'he Waterbury, Conn., Chamber
Commerce and ia a member of
1,0 Parking authority of that city.
Past president of the Connecti-
Jt Zionist region, he is finance
Airman of the Waterbury branch
the University of Connecticut.
Ben-Gurion Branch
To Install Sax
I. M. Sax will be installed presi-
dent of Ben-Gurion Branch, Far-
band, during ceremonies Wednes-
day evening, Feb. 9, at Beth El
Auditorium.
Other officers assuming posts
will be Dr. Harry H. Queen, hon-
orary president; Solomon Halperin,
vice president; Mrs. Blanche Qua-
sha. financial secretary; Samuel
Quasha, recording secretary; Rubin
Burnstein, treasurer; Dr. Queen,
cultural chairman. Mrs. Anna Sorin
Build, publicity; and Dr. Queen and
Burnstein. hospitalers.
Executive board includes Manuel
Burstein, Abraham Freedlin, Ber-
nard Forman, Dr. and Mrs. B. Ish-
lan and Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Schwartz.
Program will include readings
by Beryl Morrison and Mrs. Clara
Lepow. Cantor Fishel Lutman will
render liturgical selections.
is chairman of arrangements.
In charge of program are Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub and Morris
Lansburgh. A duet by Rita Buk-
stel and Cantor Jacob Bomstein
will be part of the musical pro-
gram.
Other committee chairmen for
the event include the Mesdames
Albert Jacobs, patroness; Henry E.
Wolff and Mrs. Albert A. Green,
hostesses; Edward Greenwood,
decorations: Fred Abrams and G.
L. Mendclson, tickets; Alvin Sand-
ier, coin-boxes; and Max Mci-el.
publicity.
Models for the event are the
Mesdames Harry Carlton, Martin
Fine, John Owen, Albert Pollack.
Marvin Rauzin, Alvin Richter, Dick
Stern. Bernard Wall, Spencer Rud-
nick and James Cobbs.
Synagogue Youth Meet
Temple Emanu-El Chapter of
the United Synagogue Youth will
meet Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at
the Temple Emanu-El religious
school. Second Lieut. Paul Kwitney
will speak on, "The Effect Mili-
tary Life Has on a Soldier's Reli-
gious Life."
Psychologist in Talk
Milton Eber, Miami psychologist
and member of the Dade County
Youth Clinic, will lecture on "Emo-
tional Health" on Tuesday evening,
Feb. 8, at 490 SW 16th ave.
Dade Federal Branch
To Mark Birthday
A mammoth 300-pound birthday
cake and an evening of star-stud-
ded entertainment will feature the
first birthday party of the Tamiami
branch office of Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association in its
own branch office building.
To be held Friday evening at the
savings association's Tamiami of-
fice, 1901 SW 8th St., the anniver-
sary celebration will star George
De Witt. radio-TV personality, as
master of ceremonies.
Announcement of the party, to
which the public is invited, was
made by Joseph M. Lipton, presi-
dent of Dade Federal.
Joint Dance Sunday | iint affair wilh Temple Israel, on
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults | Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at the
will hold a "Cuddle Hop" dance, I Monte Carlo hotel.
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On Hta Str -"AW HI in "STIAN6M ON THE n0WL"
Executive Session Due
Executive committee of the Flor-
ida State Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges will meet on Sunday morn-
ing, Feb. 6, at the new B'nai B'rith
Hillel House on the University of
Miami campus. B'nai B'rith repre-
sentatives from throughout Florida
are expected to attend the execu-
tive committee sessions.
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JmistJkrkUsr.
FR1DAY, FEBRUARY,
Asthmatic Children Depend on them
A total of tea Honda c*
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Robert Strassbura Works to be Heard
In Concert at Miami Women's Club
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aocsnne -
scort
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sort's
Voice o! the i foe
in in Marc.
ser -tudied at the I'm.
of Miami and eras graduated
Brterior '/ Music degree He ai-
Trees to be Planted
In Rabbi's Name
\ irec Waxman. of Weal
r will be hon-
.: i man -bly of the
: when he will be
. a certificate
a garden of 100 tree-,
be panted in Israel in his
[ RM
Mor
the arrange:
I
.. f the j,
Fund in the Florida area, will make
tie presentation ai the
children
Staff oi :he school eon-
-- of. Ri1 bV n

Mrs. Menu Newn
M
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ace it'

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Mti words
! wii;
be heard time any-
will be fallowed by
: "Gliding

tbe Vr. .ng The> *.:.
be performed by Mr- David Druck-
er. soprano
Tbe Tercen'er.ir wa,
composed N -mber. 1954
the occasion of the 300th anniver-
sary of tbe Jewish ser
the United State* P r viola and
piano and in four movemer-
work. compn-d lor Victor Sterr..
solo rioUat and
the Uaroerait) of Miami, will be
performed by Stem, with St
burg at the p..
There's no business like snow business, especially
re a kid. And these Florida youngsters at the Jew
rr.e ior Asthmatic Children at Denver. Cclo.,
g the white stuff. Romping in the snow are (left
age 9, Miami; Richard Flaum, age 14,
Beach Allan Pitts, age 9. Opa Locka; Robert Gordon,
tnd Howard Kaplan, age 10. Miami. On Feb. 1
Day wiil be held in Miami under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Chapters of JNHAC. All funds v.-i
I or: the free, non-sectarian treatment program of
me.
when I
ishNa-j
are en-1
10 right) I
Miami i
sgelt
3 a Tag
Lorber
U go lo
tbe Na-
td*ert Sfr.sifcur,
Joint Meeting on North
Shore Due Tuesday
Joint meeting oi P.
- Lodfa
Shore Women'.- Chapter
be held T Feb. 8
Anti L> d ;ue chair-
the Men's
Lodge, and Eiear.or Green be
the Women'.- Chapter, have n
ed that Rev. Ciaxtor. Dogger! will
speak The ch
School will sing,
-'ntatior.
r-oard to the N
Short be a
ient
Strauss Exhibit
Through Feb. 10
exhibiting at the M:
2100 Col-
well
painter and retired pho-
tographer
Tbe will run Uu
iery h'-urs are from
10 a m to 8 45 p.m.
s,r- f realistic
ar.d academic pair.' ..- | land-
scape -cape- and portraits
They are lauded by many
expert- in the realm of art works
nree dimen.-ionaJ" portr:
' (C hi- next ex-
hibit ir. St Peter-burg. Fla Feb.
16 thr -(h 4
baa had exhibi:i..n- of
man* cities, including
V rk, Brooklyn, Hartford.
He is a grad..
:
Philip Wylie to Speak
At Miami Library
. oerka'a
1 provocative
Miami
10 Hi- talk
will be given a- one in the scries
ef Florida Author Nights "
REGULAR HOME SERVICE
R*g'jr VtflKf to yeur rtv-ne *r* the
c?::-- and more economical ejy
DRYW00D TERMITES
ERADICATED
NYLON TENT METHOD
St^aignt 5-Year Guarantee on
Dry wood or Subterranean Termites
trul.NOLEN
Mr. Wail aeration of vis.|
eeoaaa a great deal of discm-j
-ion. a- did his novels about lat]
atom bomb. "The Disappearance".
and "Tomorrow." Hi- I itest boot;]
The Best ol Crunch au d !
a collection of fishing stories.
Mr. Wylie will speak
Thought Control in A-.eno.']
Attractive widow
Exctlkat HMsehMSMr. W.l. Kki Sal
iH^mmtMC* < ftattiwii in rtw lett |
sixties, ae'asct ati'ieata*. ReferMMl
SSStBJBBawl. Mrs. G., Bi 2*73. Miaej
II.
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5-3444
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Piano SingiiMj-Elocutw
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et yr Mrs. I. SpWock. Ill
N.E. 15I-**- Tr.. Marts Miami Its*
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Bai'ders if Immortal
Memorials for tbe
Trad O man
Jewish Trails
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View of the new S150.000 addition to Tileieth Ito.1 NVxhe',* n ^^*^l^>BBBBa
.r.veUed at the inaugural banquet t^^^E^^*'*?' ,OT "^ Were
sterling hotel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Irvine UhSnfTpSSaf r ^ 6Vemng Ln *
:?d prudent oi the Greyer Mfaai HabbSa? aWB^TSbfe g*** ***
ci the Honda Association oi Rabbis, brought areetiMs^uS' 2l P' Presiden
Shapiro, oi Temple Sinai, and Sev^o^Si^^l^^L^IT^19 WCTe Rabbi ****
city oriiaals. Some 300 persons saw Rabbi H^mh hI, r? j ^ H ShaPuo 'epresented
WeBfrn Canada. instaU Ss son StSS Erat^s^ra^Slr^^ ^ *'"** ^
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)AY. FEBRUARY 4. 1955
+Jen/stinr>rMtog7
round Broken for New 163rd Street
opping Center; Parking for 3,500 Cars
[ The 163rd Street Shopping Cm-
will become the outstanding
Uping center in the country as
III as the largest regional shop-
center in South Florida,"
iuc! Friedland, chairman of the
rd of Food Fair Stores, Inc.,
(dieted Friday at the ground-
Lkim.' ceremonies of the shop-
[ nter in North Miami Beach.
I c no doubts about the mo-
ot the Shopping Center,"
dland staled, "in view of the
that we have signed up such
>r luminaries in the retail
to ik' part of or center.
have brought together lead-
[ national chain stores in the cen-
bs well as our own outstanding
Bailment store in South Florida,
friine s. to form the nucleus of
|,,i will >hortly be one of the
-i Ik ;.utiful shopping centers in
Tinted States."
venng about 50 acres between
and 15th aves. in the north-
section of Dade County, the
Ippintf center is being sponsored
" Food Fair Stores, Inc. Food
Stcres now number over 200
crmarkets in seven states along
Eastern Seaboard.
Kurt I'eiser, president of the
vly-tormed shopping center, an-
Inced that the center to date
signed Rurdine's, Food Fair, J.
1 uney. Woodworth's, Three
I A. S. Beck, Chandler's,
Iff Shoes, Woodrow's, Wal-
k's, Rickford's and Arnold's to
vi'te the nucleus of the center,
veil as the variety of smaller
res "which will make it
^cmcly pleasant and convenient
! a housewife to obtain every
f.vity of life which modern
ppin^- provides." The center
[provide for the parking of over
D ran in the parking area. A
of thioe-to-one has been
Shopping Center, Inc.. include Dr.
Peiser, president, Maloff, vice pres-
ident, and Howard Jacobsen, sec-
retary treasurer.
lohn 1. MacCoffum
MacCallum Named
Community Bank
Vice President
C. L. Clements, Sr president of
the Community National Bank of
Bal Harbour, announced that at a
stockholders' meeting John J. Mac-
stained in order to make pos-! Callum was elected vice president,
-hopping without any delay, and all other officers and members
center will have the largest i of the Board of Directors were re-
store of its kind in South Flor- elected.
containing approximately 25,-
square leet. It will be one of
|most beautiful and attractive
tlings in the Food Fair chain.
lie architects in charge, Gam-
Pownall and Gilroy, "have
ie an outstanding piece of
Dr. Peiser added, "in de-
fing a most modern center us-
|he mall system in order to
tide ID easy and simple means
going from store to store. A
|e overhang will protect all
pprrs lrom inclement weather.
Iry -tore will be air conditioned
will be attractively decorated,
fying out a continuity of de-
throughoul the entire center."
i and specifications for all
the -tores will be given out to
1 shortly for competitive
Future plans for the shop-
center call for completion of
-tores by October of 1956.
MacCallum's election increases
the number of vice presidents to
four, the others being Catchings
Therrel, Kenneth C. Gifford and C.
L. Clements. Jr. F. Lowry Wall is
chairman of the board, and J. G.
Gibbs is cashier.
The president of Jhe Community
National Bank also announced that
there had been an increase of 40
per cent in new accounts opened
since the establishment of the in-
stitution in its new, permanent
building at 96th st. and Collins ave.
this past December.
MacCallum, who had served as
assistant vice president since the
bank's opening in February. 1954,
is a native of Kitchener, Ontario,
Canada, and received his education
at St. Michael's College and the
University of Toronto. Prior to
moving to Miami and joining the
Community National Bank at the
time of its formation, MacCallum
Harbour Rotary Club and is active
in civic enterprises.
ihers present at the ground-
aking ceremonies were: North,
mi Mayor Dan Diefenbach. I was assocla,ed with the Guaranty
1 Gor. director, zoning board, \ Trust Co. of New York for 23
or Abe Aronovitz, Joe Wohl! years.
Indent of Three Sisters, George MacCallum is a member of Bal
f'lten. president of Burdines,
race Cordes, vice president of
['"it's, J. Allen Brown, rental
N for the 163rd Street Shop-
|K Center, Clinton Gamble, presi-
Jt of (iamble. Pownall and Gil-
architects for the Center,
pis Stein, president of Food Fair
F*s. Inc., Abraham Maloff,
inch manager of Food Fair
res of Florida, Harold Fried-
li J?"r Stores of Flo"d. and
ard Jacobacn, comptroller of
a Fair Stores of Florida.
fcers of the 163rd Street
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LEGAL NOTICE
Miami Beach winter residents Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaplan will
be honored at a testimonial dinner on Mar. 6 by Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath, Theological Seminary in Brooklyn, N.Y. Chair-
man of the dinner will be Samuel Reinhard. Shown planning
the affair with the Kaplans is Rabbi P. Briskman (right), Pro-
fessor of Talmud at the Seminary.
Dr. Davis Opens
Living Book Series
A dinner for historians of the
South Florida area Sunday night
will launch Temple Emanu-El's sec-
ond annual Living Book series, Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman announced Wed-
nesday. The Temple's spiritual
leader is director of the program
of four lecture-discussion sessions
on Jewish history, education and
culture which will be held on suc-
cessive Monday nights this month.
Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, will speak at Sunday's
dinner, scheduled for 6 p.m., at
the Algiers hotel. David Levinson,
co-owner of the hotel and chairman
of the Temple Emanu-El program
committee, will be host at the func-
tion. Historians, active members of
the South Florida Historical Asso-
ciation and professors of history at
the University of Miami will be
among the guests.
The following night. Dr. Davis
will talk on "Three Centuries of
American Judaism" at the first pro-
gram of the Living Book series.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, will deliver the convocation
address for the series on Monday
night.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to ena
i.ii-in.-.-- under the fictitious name ol
SHOREWOOD APTS. at IOO-3Z4
South Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register raid name with
th.- Clerk of th.- Circuit Court ..i 1 >. )
County, Florida
BAM I BEL8KY
ELSIE s BEL-SKY
ARONOVITZ IRONOVTTZA CAIDIN
Att......i foi s.iui .1. Belak) and
H Belak)
2/4-11-18-25
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to linage In
business undei the ime of
It 4- II TAVERN, ai Soil S W. Und
Avenue, Intends t" aM name
I with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f
l lade County. Florida
KITH M WEISS (So Ownei I
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
i'.'.iv Weal Flagta Street
2/4-11 -l
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 19771
RE: BUT ATE OP
ISAAC ROHENUARTEN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i" hereby given that l have
filed mi rinal report and petition for
Final Dierharge u ISxecutor of the
.Mute of ISAAC KliSK.MIAHTKN, d. -
'i. and thai on the 711> oaj of
March, I :...'., I win appl\ to the Hon-
orable W. f HI,ANTON. County
Judge "f Dade County, Florida, for
approval of amid final report and for
final discharge as Executor <.i the
ti il ISAAC ROHENUARTEN,
This iial day of January. 19
CHARLES Rl "HENGARTEN
AARON M KANNER
Attomej for Charles ttoaengarten
86
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE OlRCUIT COURT OF THE
fc.LEVfc.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160
DOROTHY M WHITE, Plaintiff,
\ B,
EARLE r WHITE, i rendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I EARLE I! v\ KITE,
i Ridge Avel
.i. New Jei -*>
You aie hereby notified thai H I
of ( omptalnt tor Dlvuree. IM i
Hied against you, and you ai re-
I quired to opy of your Answer
[or Pleading lo the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys, MEH .
HE1MA.N a KAPLAN, Mil Beybold
Building, Miami. Florida, ami fil.> the
original Answer oi Pleading in
off,,.- of the cierk <.f the Circuit Court
on or before the 7th day off March,
IM>6 If you fall lo do ao, Judgment
b] default will be taken against \< i
for the relief demanded In 11- Bill
of Complaint.
This notice .-hail I..- pubUahad lonce
each w.-.-k tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH H.(HUMAN
DONE AM' ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, thi.s nth daj of January,
A.D. IMS.
K. B. L-EATHERMAN,
I l-rk, Circuit Court.
I hoi.- County, Klorlda
B] M C, GREEN,
(Clrcull < !oui t Heal) i lepul i ('ler-t
MYERS, HE1MAN KAl'l.AN,
a i toi ti.-> for Plaintiff
..... Beybold Building, Miami, Florida
.' I-11-1S-23
Dr. Mothe Davit
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERET1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desh ina t" engage in
business under 'h*- fJrtTtlous name of
ha\ is JEWELRY ,. LOAN CO., at
Ml I North Mi.mi Ave., Miami M, in-
tends to res/later said name with the
Cleik of th.- Circuit Curt of lu.1.
County, Elorl.la
El'OENE E HOMMERH, Sole Owner
M. LESTER s \ A I.
Attorney for Applicant
112 Blacayne Bidg.
2/I-11-1S-2.1
earn
mil
dividend
f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176320
EM MA LIT A ELIZABETH Ki-'I'li,
Plaintiff,
\ -
,|i '-I.IM K". 'I'll; i i,r. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH KOCL'R
..- Holl) sti.-.-t
.in. N.w York
You. joseuh Kocui, are hi I
.. i..a ..i Complaint loi in.
tieen filed against you. gg ^"-i
ui'*- i.-.|ulr.-ii to servt a oopi "i
a Pleading lo the Bill of i mi-
i .ui the plalntifl Attorney. BEN
ESSEN, Esq., I'll S.y hold Bidg., Mi-
ami fil<- the original
Answei "i Pleading in the office "f
th. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the itl. daj ol March, IMj if
you fail to do so, jmlKinetit by default
will be taken agalns! >ou for the relief
demanded In the inn pi Complaint,
DONE AND URDEREI) al .Miami.
Florida, this 2nd da) of February,
ah .
k r leatherman
i*i*-rK. Clrcull Court,
l lade l "ount) I- loi Ida
U} JOAN i I ll'RNi il ER
(Circuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerk
BEN EHSEN
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
mil .-.,% bold Bidg .Miami. Florida
: 4-n .
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the und.-r.HiKn. ii. deslrlna to engage !
business under th^ fictitious name* of
II II BERNEY INMl'RANCE, HAR-
OLD II BERNEY INHl'RANCE, II.
II. BERNEY INSURANCE AGENCY,
HAROLD II BERNEY 1NHCRANCB
AGENCY, H. II BERNEY AGENCY,
HAROLD H. BERNEY AQENC1
rz W. l-'laci.-i si. intends t" register
-aid nami with the Clerk off the Cu-
i mt Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAItol.n H. BERNEY, sol.- Owner
HERMAN I. BKKTAN
Attorn.-y for Applicant
;. W Flaglei St.
i.l-ll-ll U
days
Sara lcrrrja or small sums non-speculativs,
non-flucraating. liberal earnings plus
safety of principal insured to $10,000
Accounts opened or added
to by February 10th
wilt mm 2/Q dividend
from February 1st
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muss
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ltd LMC01N NOA0 ISimnKXT MM COUNtt AVENUE
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the und.i siKii.-d. denlrlng to engaae in
liUHlnesM under the fictitious name of
COMMERCIAL. LAND8CAPERS, at
IMS ath St.. Miami Beach, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY tf:li.er
ANTON M, KRONENBURG
HAROLD TANNKV
Attorney for Applicants
1009 Security Bidg.
J/4-11-18-S5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. VfgMt
BKRYB 1). WOHLFARTH. Plaintiff
ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH
I'. O. Box 41
ColdeKklll. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for IMvorce Iihh been
filed agaiiiNt you and you are required
to serVe a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint upon the Plaintiff's
Attorney. Irwln H. Fliterfas. Suite 20*
Terminal Bulldlna;, Coml Oablea, iHtde
County, Florida, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
on or before the 7th day of March,
IS.'..'., otherwise the Complaint for Di-
vorce heretofore filed herein wUl be
taken an confessed by you.
Dated at Coral Warden. Dade County,
F'lorida, this 2nd day of February, 1S56.
B. B. LEATHFIRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
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RELIGIOUS OPPRESSION
STILL MAJOR ISSUE
ii^Ji^VkvMUEIIiOipidlJigun
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955
SECTION B
JEWISH ARBOR DAY
CELEBRATED MONDAY
LPVISOR ON GERMAN REPARATIONS MISS MINNIE FE1NBERG BELIEVES
Uamians May be Eligible and Not Know it
JEWISH FLORIDIAN FEATURE
In her own words. Miss Minnie
feinberg is "a retired school
^arm." Actually, she is anything
ut retired. The aurgetk, smil-
woman is eaeeartive secretary
Fthe Greater Miami Section, Ma*
Tonal Council of Jewish Women
a post she has heM since De-
cember, 1951.
The Miami Section, founded in
1923 by pioneer resident Mrs. Isi-
dore Cohen, has been concerning
Itself for years with immigration
Ind naturalization, citizenship
classes and English instruction
for the foreign born. "Right
now," Miss Feinberg explained,
"one of our major activities re-
volves about 'Wiedergutmachung'
restitution ( atroey."
According to Miss Feinberg,
there are about 90 persons in the
greater Miami area who are cur-
rently waiting for payment of
claims from the West German
Government at Bonn. "Dr. W.
Breuckmann, consul of the West
German Federal Republic," she
said, "heads up district head-
RETAIL
MERCHANTS
JMELRY
pA1^iA& mmc
00
.WriUTIE
ver 1.000 Combined Jewish Appeal pledge card assignments
ere accepted by Miami retail merchants within five minutes
a successful meeting of" this trades group early this week.
wn receiving their quota of cards from campaign chair-
an Sam J. Heiman (left) are Jacob Rabinpwitz. Bill Hechler
d Bernard Lieberman.
Iho
Tu B'Shvat Reaches
Into Ancient History
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
JTA
What is "Tu B'Shvat?"
'"Tu B'Shvat" is the name given to the annual festival which
I is sometimes called the New Year of the trees. The name "Tu
B'Shvat" means the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shvat. The
term "Tu" is a contraction of the two letters whose combined
numerical value is ISthe day of the month upon which the
festival falls. Certain penitential prayers are omitted from the
Idaily synagogue service that day and fruits are eaten, especially
line fruits of the Holy Land.

What is the origin and significance of the festival?
The Mishneh mentions a dispute between the schools of
Hillel and Shammai as to when the New Year for trees actually
comes about. While the school of Shammai claimed that it was
during the first day of Shvat, the opinion of Hillels disciples
Prevailed, and we still observe it on the 15th. At this time the
*,n,er season with its heavy rainfall comes to an end in the
Holy Land and the sap of the trees becomes active stirring the
arbor into new life.
According to an opinion of the Gaonic period, the water be-
gins i0 enter the trees at this time. In the days of the Temple
day had a great significance because it was according to
is day that the farmer would estimate his obligatory contribu-
tions of certain tithes and other necessary contributions that
,w'-li law required of him. In our own time this festival has
It h i S S SOrt f emotional link between us and the Holy Land.
has become a holiday of planting trees in Israel and Jews from
an over the world attempt to have trees planted in Israel at this
lime, lhe school children of Israel go out over the hills and
valleys of the land to plant saplings on that day.
* *
Art thara any special prayers for this holiday?
ih ilh!i Caboalists hd special Biblical and Talmudic selections
I fl na<1 references to trees and fruits which they used as sort of
t. "l""Rlc"l ritual for that day. They would recite 15 passages and
Mi i "n?,rllffprtnt fruit for every passage. The Sephardim of Israel
|i publish a book of selections called "Peri Et Hadar" which con-
E'he p r *e,ections- Chassidim have a custom of praying for
lvhai,7)8"n (cltrons> that they may grow up in good form and
lA.tT usc on ,h Succoth holiday to come in the fall. The
[ConsT"!.. Israel ^ "**"" t0 have h"d sPecial P,lc selec'
H for this day called "Piyutfm."
quarters in Atlanta, and he has
been extremely helpful in getting
these claims processed."
She believes that there may be
many more people here who are
eligible fwr restitution and may
not know about it. Miss Feinberg
feels it is extremely important
for them to contact NCJW before
expiration of the law under which
such claims may be filed. Date of
expiration is September, 1955.
The September, 1953 indem-
nification act replaces the older
law of 1950," she said. which
now make persons eligible for
restitution who were not in Ger-
many after January, 1947. This
was impossible under the old law.
In addition, the new law permits
person* to file clatm* for less ei
education, health, professional
training and civil service posi-
tions."
Miss Feinberg noted that most
of the clients now being process
ed by the Miami Section were
born in countries like Hungary,
Poland or Czechoslovakiaareas
overrun by the German army
Continued on Page 10 B
Million Dollar Birthday
Party to Honor Heiman,
Push CJA Fund Drive
A "Million-Dollar Birthday Par-
ty" saluting the leadership of a top
civic worker is being heralded as
one of the most unique Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign events in
local history.
Several hundred co-workers of
Sam J. Heiman. general campaign
chairman, have joined with mem-
bers of the CJA Campaign Cabinet
and officers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to announce the
unusual social event in recognition
of Heiman's birthday on Tuesday,
Feb. 8, at the Algiers hotel. The
evening's program will include
dinner, dancing and night club acts
and will be held in the Rubaiyat
room.
A concentrated effort to bring
CJA pledges up to the million-dol-
lar mark will be made by all cam-
paign divisions on that evening.
Achieving this total would enable
the campaigners to keep their
pomise of a streamline 90-day
drive, according to the present
time-table. CJA leaders point out.
A committee of four community
leaders came forward spontane-
ously to head the arrangements
group for the unusual birthday
party. They are Carl Weinkle.
David Levinson, Aaron M. Kanner
and Jack Carner. Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser is in charge of arrangements
and program.
The mid campaign affair, in-
tended as an intimate surprise
gathering of Heiman's friends,
turned into a double-purpose birth-
day affair when Heiman's many
hundreds of co-workers learned of
the plans. Noted among the first
requests were those of Trades
Workers who had served side-by-
side with Heiman in last year's
campaign.
The quartet of co-chairmen say
the party is to be a "fun-filled, star-
studded, brilliant evening of en-
tertainment" to salute the achieve-
ment of Heiman and his campaign I
workers whose efforts have
brought the CJA drive to its pres-1
cnt vantage position of 20 per cent
over last year's total at this same
time.
Aaron M. Kanner. former CJA
campaign chairman, will be in
charge of attendance at the gala
affair. Weinkle. Initial Gifts chair-
man, whose group raised $639,000
at the opening fund raising event.
will serve with Jack Carner. Win- J
ter Residents chairman, in the ca-
pacity of "total-checkers."
Levinson, an active worker in
the CJA Hotel Division, has gone
all-out to stage "the most lavish
and exciting dinner dance party in
the history of the Algiers hotel."
In addition to a fun-packed eve-
ning replete with night club enter-
tainment, dancing, and a full ban-
quet, all guests will receive sou-
venir menus saluting the achieve-
ments of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal More than 150 orchids have
been ordered for the occasion.
"If each and every campaigner
will cover his assignments by Feb.
8, we may be able to present our
chairman with the finest birthday-
gift he has ever receivedone mil-
lion life-dollars for CJA," said
Weinkle.
Orovitz Urges
Top Effort for
Sinai Jubilee
An appeal "for the greatest con-
centrated effort ever" was sound-
ed by president Max Orovitz at a
j meeting of Mount Sinai Hospital's
board of trustees this week.
Orovitz was referring to the hos-
, pital's fifth annual all star Jubilee,
j which will be held at the Miami
i Beach Auditorium on Mar. 3. when
he urged all members of the board
to "get out and sell tickets a.s never
before in order to insure the suc-
cess of this year's affair."
"Although our goal of $150,000
is the largest since Jubilee's incep-
tion,'' Orovitz said, "it must be
reached if the hospital is to con-
tinue its free services to the medi-
cally indigent of the community,
its training programs for residents
and nurses and its ever-growing re-
search and diagnostic depart-
ments ."
Jubilee chairman Howard Kane
also took advantage of the meeting
to give a report on the ticket
drive's progress. "It is moving,"
said Kane, "but not nearly fa-t
enough for any of us to relax our
efforts."
According to Kane, Ed Sullivan,
of TV's Toast of the Town, will
again fly down to act as master of
ceremonies for the show, which
will feature the top names in show
business. Several of these "names"
are stars who have never before
appeared in this area.
Ed Sullivan
Local Pioneer Women's
Groups in Heavy Schedule
To commemorate the 100th
anniversary of the birth of the
late Reverend Zvi Hirsch
Masliansky, renowned ora-
tor, teacher and Zionist lead-
er, the members of his family
have established an endow-
ed award, to be known as
the Zvi Hirsch Masliansky
Award in Homiletics, at the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth
David Congregation spiritual lead-
er who recently returned to Miami
following a tour through South
America and- Cuba, will be guest
speaker at the Golda Myerson
Club's "Hamisha Aser B'shvat"
celebration on Tuesday evening,
Feb. 8, at Beth El Auditorium.
Rabbi Shapiro will present in
detail the past five years of
achievements in Israel. Mrs. Sophie
Seeman, Jewish National Fund
chairman, is arranging the pro-
gram which will include the show-
ing of an Israeli movie and the
reading of original poetry in Yid-
dish by Mrs. Sonia Gerber.
Mrs. Jacob Weiss, 2530 SW 25th
ave., is opening her home to Kadi-
mah Chapter members and their
friends for their monthly dessert-
card party on Tuesday afternoon,
Feb. 8. Mrs. Sol Braun, Mrs. Jacob
Raffel and Mrs. Nussman are co-
hostesses with Mrs. Weiss.
Two IZFA students, currently
enrolled at the University of Mi-
ami, are on the program scheduled
by the KaJimah Chapter for their
monthly meeting on Thursday eve-
ning, Feb. 10, at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Stanley
Saal will illustrate a talk on mod-
ern Israel with the movie he filmed
on his recent visit there, and Boni
Hyman will sing Israeli numbers
and lead the Kadimah members in
a community songfest. Mrs. Cele
Segal, president, will be hostess
for this meeting in celebration of
her birthday.
At the monthly meeting of Club
n on Monday evening, Feb. 7, at
Kneseth Israel Congregation, Mrs.
Ida Jacobs, president, will present
plans for the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion 15th annual donor luncheon
scheduled for Feb. 27 at the DiLido
hotel.
Twenty-nine years ago on Ha- *
misha Aser B'shvat Mr. and Mrs.
Max Wolfman were married, and to
Continued from Page 3 B


PAGE 2 B
Tween-Age'
Affairs Slated
Tween-age" Saturday night so-
cial program, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and Beth David Congrega-
tion, will continue for the next
several months, meeting on alter-
nate Saturday nights at Beth David
auditorium.
The present program, which has
been serving approximately 60
*Jewi$t'fk>ridri&r
b FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 i?
Dade Savings Bond Sales Increased by 10 P6rct^
r ,a 0 ; r.o. to The J.wUh F o ; IH. H,1*.r with
Send your tj j iv .------...-
your name and .dJre. If you have a rercr ./,,,
include it with your entry, Should *">"<*" '. '" RecJot$
you will be presented with a copy of "The B-x* !S;,
Containing 500 ko-h- r:i- and! a Forcw- .
cookery.
rolling .11 lh
ill,,, about 2 ntfh. -
i:iples of
Record eataMistad bj 19M Sail
in, b ind lies to individual- nt
B nine-year high m tha -tat.- art
II) according to an
.,.,,.,,. thi- week i rttrrj H
l,.l(. Oust) Savings
Bon i chairman
menta by recording gainset*
Of 27 per cent or more, *hlU
17 counties reported |,'
amounts than registered the

Dade County in the 12 ,,,
accounted lor purchase* f'
416.073 in Seriee K and 11 sv
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For the ui'i'""
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on the cookie sheel The third roU
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Pearl, with the assistance of Bady tfte V()UIlr, ,.. aadwaterte
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lUuw n,>n\millnA itf n'11'olll.
Advisory committee of parents
include- Mrs. Sam Leviten, Mrs.
Robert Nedbor, Mrs. Rose Schrie-
dell and Mrs. Irving Hugel.
Participating in this program
are Roberta Rabinowitz. Jane Saf-
er. Toby Lerner, Sheila White, Hel-
en Goldstein. Shirley Rachline, Su-
san Fishman. Linda Dressier,
Jackie Cramman, Susan Gordan,
Judith Hyams,. Carolyn Weinklc.
Arlene Badanes. Diane Gale, San-
dy Schwartz, Rita Kaplan, Harvey
White. Michael Hendelson, Jay
Baum. Allan Miller. Allan Rose,
Ira Pozen. Warren Berney, Berry
Covin. Martin Gans, Lester Green.
Ronald Friedman. Arthur Lazarus,
Donald Bogish, Linda Schwartz
Susan Zuckerman, Roberta
Daum, Zelda Fleishman, Elaine
August, Susan Schwartzman, Adel kindi
Kleiman, Judith Kaiser, Harriett Cream
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j cup each chopped nuts
-hredded coconut
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 tea-poon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
'i cup preserves (your favorite
sugar and sh irtening.
and
Gordan. Joan Brown. Elaine Don-1 Add eggs and cream an I heat well.
nir-tag. Sharon Hugel. Naomi
in Jewish families 1 r.o m manj
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l'j to 2 pounds -oup meat
2 quarts cold water
1'; cups lentils
1 carrot, diced
2 stalks celerj. diced
1 medium size potato, diced
1 onion, cut into for easj flo
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The dough should be compact with added minced parslej [or gar-
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*Jelstnr*k*
PAGE 3 B
fewish Community Center Notes
abhi Morris A. Skop. of the
"cables Jewish ten er will
d th0 fourth session of Opera
MOE. the leadership train-
"course for young adult groups
LTred by the Young Adult
Ljsh council of South Florida.
. ,dopting the theme of 'Mak-
, Organizations Effective.'
Lbbi Skop"* session will be en-
l,',l "Whal Vou Are and Why." a
Mission ol Judaism for the mod-
, y0Ung adult. The session will
held Monday evening, Feb. 7,
In,,. Town Brandy
?Operation MOE." is the co-or-
pating body of Jewish young
ult organizations in this region.
fj,,.,. | the Council are Ber-
k-il Jaffe, president; Fred Ber-
L vice president; Doris Rabino-
1?. corresponding secretary;
Dixon. recording secretary;
Elaine Schwartzman, treas-
innual invitational ball of the
Later Miami Jewish Community
, || be held on Saturday
I | I 19, at the Town
Inch il was announced by Stu-
i neral chairman of
erving en the central planning
(imittee arc Bernard Weksler,
and distribution of tickets;
i Bernard Weksler, arrange-
f,t- and decorations; Lou Stein,
.. and hostesses; Mesdames Jess
Phil Schiff, sale and dis-
lutioii ol tickets at the Flagler
Inaila Jewish Community Cen-
Mesdames Solomon Kann and
pu- Weiner, sale and distribu-
j of tickets at the Beach Branch;
adames Leo Glasser and Ruth
[enthal, -ale and distribution of
t- at the Town Branch.
Ither- serving on the commit-
are Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross,
Elaine Haidt, Mrs. Al Dan-
Mr-. George Spivack.

Juke Box Dance" for teen agers
J be held at the Town Branch on
Isday, Feb. 8. "Youth Council
nonsoring this affair to raise
necessary funds for a new
le curtain," it was revealed by
na Cohen, president of "Y"
Incil

lotel Schepp Nachos," an orig-
farcc In three acts, which was
Iten by the Golden Age Group
Ihe Town Branch, Greater Mi-
[JewLsh Community Center, will
Ineer Women's Group
ieavy Schedule
Continued from Pag* 1 B
rate this anniversary. Club 11
Mhering in the Wolfman home.
Drexel ave., on Saturday eve-
t r'eb 12. for a "Hamisha Aser
?vat party Cantor and Mrs.
ie! Lutman will present the
1 ntertainment.
our members of Club I are go-
'" vij.it Israel in March. They
be the honor guests at a bon
&-' dinner sponsored by Club I
Sunday evening, Feb. 13. at the
Tfilah Congregation. Mrs.
' Beckerman. Mrs. Henry Seit-
|Mrs. Sonia Goldberg and Mrs.
puel Liff, accompanied by Mr.
German and Mr. Seitlin, will
111 hand the results of the
prica Pioneer Women's efforts
* i their sister organiza
1 rael, the Working Worn
< ouncil, who operate voca-
l training schools and farms,
penes and kindergartens, reha-
lation centers and youth vil-
be presented on Saturday evening,
Feb. 5, af the Center auditorium,
450 SW 16 ave., it was announced
by Henry Garison, president of the
group.
The play is under the direction
of Mrs. Rose Schlivek and Jerry
Schulman and will star members of
the Golden Age Friendship Group.
Among those taking part in the
play are Mr. and Mrs Louis Still
man, Mrs. Sarah Harrisburg, Mrs.
Minnie Rubenstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Weintraub. Mr. Rudolph
Koses. Mrs. Minnie Steiglitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Blumenson, Mrs.
Hyman Kam, Mrs. Harriet Zin>
merman, Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg.
Harry Zicree, Mrs. Anna Le-
Vrfe.
Omega Delta Psi elected new
officers Thursday evening. Phyllis
Shampanier is advisor. Named
were Brona Cohen, president; Bob-
bie Kammerman, first vice presi-
dent; Sharri Zack, second vice pres-
ident; Fran Brenner, recording sec-
retary; Ann Elovitz, corresponding
secretary: Lillian Rubin, assistant
corresponding secretary.
Wanda Steinberg, treasurer; Iris
Haber, assistant treasurer; Su.-an
Amberson, membership officer;
| Brenda Hochman, chaplain: Bunny
Resenaon, historian parliamentar
inn; Sandy Hollander, sergeant at
arms.

Beginner's class in Bridge was
recently started at the Town
Branch, and will meet for a series
of eight lessons Monday nights un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Jasper
Cromer.

Slimnastics class for women with
emphasis on beauty and health is
being started at the Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. The class is open to all
adult women and meets on Thurs-
days at 8 p.m.
In charge of the activity is
Robert Wollman, who is in charge
of physical education at North
Beach Elementary School. Wollman
has a Masters degree from New
York University and has been with
the Dade County school system for
some four years.
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For the second year. Flagler-
Granada Center, affiliate of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, is offering a course in Jew-
ish history under the leadership of
John J. Appcl on Monday night- at
8:30 p.m. Subject of this years
-enes of iestures is "Modern Jew-
ish History as Reflected Through
Great Personalities."
The course deals with Israel
Besht and the rise of chassidisna,
Mo.se- Mendelssohn and the lib-
eral movement, Theodore Herzl
and the Jewish State, Chaim Weiz-
man and the birth of a Jewish na
tion, Mordecai Noah, Jews in
young America, Emma Lazarus and
mass immigration to the U.S., Sid-
ney Hillman and the economic
structure of L'.S. Jewry.
Pallot Named Secretary
E. Albert Pallot, of Miami Beach,
was this week named to represent
District 5 Grand Lodge, on the
B'nai B'rith service committee for
he Armed Forte- Philip M. Klutz-
nick, international B'nai B'rith
president, revealed that Pallot was
ippointcd secretary to the com-
mittee.
Cemetery Association
Moves Local Offices
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, through its president,
Theodore J. Sakowitz, this week an-
nounced the removal of offices to
609 Seybold bldg., Miami.
The association, which owns and
operates Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
and the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Cemetery, also announced
the appointment of Samuel Vogel-
baum as temporary director.
Information concerning the cem-
eteries may be obtained by calling
Sakowitz or Vogelbaum at 9-6918.
To Address Hebrew Teachers
Tzvi Scharfstcin. author and
educator, will address the Hebrew
Teacher- Association of Greater
Miami at a meeting Saturday eve-
ning in Temple Beth Sholom.
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naPAY.FEBBlUBvJ
THE WORLD OF SPORTS
Helfand to if Btt-L WOCF
?Sew Yeufct Governor Harri-
it'* -.-^* ;- -.* 3.Kan*, I
it experv I !, whsrh I hope
.- -- -- '
ait dm .---

Canes, French fighter
and the -.- -
i..... '
. --' .-

v^wttmt Was seJj
of Oenen's ti .Jwam. The -*:
; .. .. .... :'-*-
States withdrew iiuojaiTsm
Cohen because he failed to MeM
a title with a Mexican lw!iit
the specif ied *:
rwd. Cohen woo the crew* m
Thailand by defeating (tawn

Ml -*-
OH THE
Bo
ewer h- *
HEHI\D POUTI4UAL 1TRTAIX
Extreme Reaction Mean*
Fascism to Sen. Neuberger
= .E5E ~- SEN .i:C =

PART tl -' >, "
" ". i -.---- .- : -.-
----: .'-.-' kMHBna r* the more remnrt-
.- .- oer rfOnt* eoa-
-: -.- .'-. i : t 5ew-
">*.: "
- --.--. wflocH* hma ta-
Mlfc* .- s a ** swestm a hi-
r. : f'* -,.--. -. ;.-

xai txfcecs wwh a new ".


> |oraMbaa a the acMkto dhng and sssna-

~ '-"-. : : -- -- I r

prysssnen* Jew. a&xyxi-
.; -.., --* S^jPwSOlSl pHOaw f!I-
prope- **4tr -A 'he


aw*Wfely riser"
OF THE* WHICH SAY THEY
AIE JEWS And Other EtMyt
n ffca Jewish Strvwak for Sur-
ML By Hscace M- Kailen.
EwM by Jwdah Pikh. New
Yarw Btoch Publishinu Cam-,
mmmt. M3 a*. M-50.
By HILARY WINOLIN
Dr KaHec< essays span, as his'
edtaor notes, the gamut of modern
Jewish Irfe If the problems which
liin hun such as what is a
Jew what is his relationship to
the world what is his right and
where he has errors ring with
the ages the answers do not. they
rnght in the framework of
our uaae and manifestly valuable
ihuU
a>- ought never to
id straight through I -h..uld
zjtt like excellent
space here to dip
-- i u i enough I I*'
Dr Kailen'- startling, if
;- .--.,. r--.' lit) ar.d
perhaan to whet the reader appe-
ta the Proem 'Anarchy and Or-
'der m Amehcar. Jewry.' Dr Kal-
ln m chaotic picture of
the r* _ong all Amer-
"ewiah groups which he labels
anarch) and deplore- In trac-
-e birth and growth of the
major Jewish organizations of to-
da> he blanketly condemn: their
"reduplication." their overlapping
and its consequent waste* and ex-
penditure, and their unwillingness
to relinqu:-h ajg authonty
This view is perhaps truer of
other communities than of Miami.
| which exhibits a fair degree of co-
operation among its groups, par-
ticularly with :r Federation acting
as the central community i
agency. Dr. Kailen sees thj^
to the general overorganj]
just this type of coordbmjj
-American way of liberty i
wo '
Thi same concept fa
strength of the New Te
which is discussed m the 1_
say. "Of Them Which S^l
Are Jews." And it is this j
tive unity of variation
the oneness and strength
deism, and why there is
instance, a Jewish \ tew of hi
there are JewLh views of |
It is from this deep
of the value of difference,]
and intra-cultura! that Dr
sees the task of education ej
mumcating a resp-m-ibility i
loyalty to the indi\ idoafi i
hentage.
That Dr Kailen pntlo
democracy in it- finest
evident, and that democracrj
meeting ground for all the i
societies is indeed d coo
tion devoutly to be ,-hed
thinking Jew has an oblu
feel, to read this ; j
and beautifully written
Bloch Centennial Pubhcati
the way.
Dr Milton R K nvih, |
whom I had the g>d fo
-tudy. has written a -horti
Horace M. KaUen Hebrautl
the book It is my pli isarefel
him the last word, a courterf
he often extended to ae
classroom: To believe
in the face of death to beli
goodness in the face nf
hope for better time> to
work at bringing them about/f
Kailen that is Hebraism1
XT THE MOVIES
-
more de-. any

- rgerat-
reacti/ary c -
-
-'ewry
<-;.-- V. \, -
grace aturt that -ei-
leads
'd* to aab-SatHt-
. .r.
the large-scale ef-
. ...
Jt the anti-Semiuc u
':-' -."... -.. ......
~ -'-. -.- -,,.-.'
UM
Cigarets Don't Irritate Tony's
Throat Since He Never Smok<
^^ mmmm***^mmm^ en as
''.'. ''"'"- --
w***mw a awwaaeraajg. moae wno
would attain polnical power in
ca through the incitement of
feelings conoai> to the basic ten-
ets of the Republic, should remem-
ber the lesson of the recent elec
tions. Almost without exception,
those who used it found it a dou-
bleedged sword Mr Xeuberger
The anti-Semitic weapon in Ore-
gon has a Iso been blunted by a
unique tradition An unusually
iarge number of Oregon Jews hare
gained high- civic and diplomatic
over the years Solomon
HrarJi i. Minister to Turkey be-
tween 18 and 18S2. Joseph Si
mon was a member of the Repubfi-
-r; National Committee and IS
-Senator frr>m Oregon between 1887
d 1903 Julius L Meier was Cov-
" -.-- -ir ; .
'
-
by some people Hi. menage to the
American Jew worth re-
fromtte past "S.-
reeered no snore certain signal
"' '"- .'-* ..* i... :-
m towards liberalism "
ll is to be hoped, however that
Mssaosm is meant not only
*r* *ww the >>re of liberty
* lal"*- hut also faith and
neal of creatter. courage to pursue
political change when it is due.
B, LEON CUTTERMAN
. t *
OIn an interview
wnh the press Tewj Martin, whose
fmwui tenor voice has earned him
nllmos. | never smoke.
Smoking destroys the control and
A new*-
aqwired But didr > you en-
dorse a ogare
I remember some ad-
ny. "do you recall
**** : irettes do
ot untate my tr-j^
I never smoke them

When Dana;. Kaye was ir.
he sect a picture postcard of the
Veuus de Mile back to his young
nephew living m Brooklyn. On the
back of it bed wnrtea: -See what
will happen to yaw if vou dont
stop biting your na.
The lady groped her way do
*.-.
1 \ITEB \.\T10\S Vf#;\
: the movie theatre She
n walked
- Peerce in an ai-le >eat
:pped him on the shoulder.
When he turned -he asked Par-
don me. did I step ".r. four I
a few minutes a-
di: pi 1 an-'
"Good -aid the lady Then

e Tucker wanted heranew
n*d .sed with her paaj
tion. "You'll have an easy time of'
it here." she said, since we have
no children to annoy yea '
I like children Hhu Tuck-
ed the maid. "Don't go re-
stricting yourself on my account."

e Cantor told us about the
"^an who pulled up along-
_MO> ln' Moms' old Ford
Where you going in -jchal
I'm sick." Morn- said
"Terribly *ick
The cop took a I
the seat next to Morns *>i|
ing form "Lo->k- to e lik^
s^mg to the raced
"Or said Morn- 1-
-ickn.
Gwagffji Burn> wa- chattii
if the oldest living
California, and of cour-< ihe|
Uasj came up. "To vkhaL'
GwaenjK, -do nbulel
long life?"
"Mr Burns." said the oMl
you can write it 'I"n sMl
secret of a long and healthy I
to eat some garlic i erj *
' Ah -ajd Ge you call it a secret
Kelipious Oppression Still Major Problem
By DAVID HOROWIT7 ~-
By DAVID HOROWITZ
LATTED NATIOXSJudge Phil-
ip Halpern. IS expert in the Sub-
commission on the Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities which has been meeting
here these past weeks, has finally
presented his challenging prenm-
.r.ar. -tidy on discrimination in
the matter of religious rights and
Practices for the consideration of
the 12 member body. Approved, all
"Mirations point to the fact that
this particular study will be given
priority over two other bImmj __
l--d.es. that 4 P..i^R1^^^"U^'t"t other- and pub-
Emigration, Immigration and S u! prn?1'- ,n man''> his re-i
MtnOsn, hiiiiiniii, and Tra-
HI.
Judge Halpern s document
-b,h dehes 7 esery ^.TolI" one of th?'^ ^"^
religious dcrimmaty,S^!!..0,, 1"! ',he p.re*s,nK P"blem
e.,STtt *Er""n-* Md intol- our time ,'hV
Rights which reads
,--------- ... ,amirM n,v fp.
gmn or bcuul in teaching, prac-
tce_r-hip ,d observance
J1^'.jeligious intolerance is
Halpern report
open to serious.
Human question Of the romi.1.,,1
-w -..KU r^aas latmn L """Plaint- -.1 m
, "w.-irnce ana re-
to changw his reugion or belipf
and freedom. eSTalone or 1
. ----- -" 'nijmus iree-
, The PPre*sion of minority
religious groups is not a new phe-
-M-ena in histoTj-
Jsa Peerw
...esr*"


)AY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955
+Je*lstfk)rknan
PAGE 5 B
lELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
LcUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
ITITUTE will hold Friday eve-
. services at 5:30 p.m. Satur
. morning services are at 9 a.m.
bbi Isaac Ever will preach on
I topic: 'Journey to Sinai."
Lha is at s Pm- followed bv
L,s Seudos. William Feigen-
bm will he host. The Rabbi will
ru-s the Weekly Portion. Daily
ire at 8 a.m.

rflAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
INGREGATION will hold Friday
King service* at 5:30 p.m. Late
,.s are at 8:15 p.m. Sigma
I will conduct services, with Bob
fcjel and Donald Stene. officiat-
\ sal in-day morning services, are
K 30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April'
\ preach on the topic: "Song of
; i Cantor Berele Kelemer
\\ render the musical portions of
liturg) (lass in Mishna is at
p.m Daily services will be
fl ;,| 7 MO a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
Israelite center will hold
|,!,i> evening services at 5:30
Late services' are at 8:15 p.m.,
\l R ibbi Morton Malavsky offi-
ing and delivering a sermon on
mdlelifirhtinsr Time
Shevat 12 5:49 p.m.
lopi< "A Jewish Life." Can-
Samuel Salkow will render the
Meal portions of the liturgy.
pg Shabbat will be sponsored by
and Mrs. Arthur Goldberg in
i ol Mrs. Goldberg's parents,
rs. A. Berger. Saturday
i rv ices are at 8:30 a.m..
Rabbi Malavsky discussing the
skb Portion. Junior services
;i 10:30 am.
|ETH EMETH CONGREGATION
hulil Friday evening services
.30 p in Herbert-Buchwald will
ciate Tu B'Shvat will be cele-
|ieil at a Sunday picnic in Grey-
Park.

[EMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
pay evening services at 5 and
p m with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
discusMng: "The Adventure
Living Cantor Philip Brum-
will render the musical por-
1- ol the liturgy. Saturday
hing services are at 9 a.m.,
fen Rabbi Lehrman will preach
flie Weekly Portion. Daily serv-
are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and
the evening.
t
l/EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
hold Friday evening services
>:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
red Waxman officiating and
fussing: "As Ye Sow, So Shall
Heap Staff of the Sunday
""I will assist. Saturday morn-
services are at 9 a.m., with
I'^i Waxman preaching on the
p kly Portion. Junior services
'luted for 11 a.m. Mincha will
I '< 30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Idos and Maariv,
*
YORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
|R Will hold .services at 5:48 p.m.
le services are at 8 p.m., with
Maver Abramowitz discuss-
"1 he Chaplain Becomes a
>'" Cantor Edward Klein will
P'icr the musical portions of the
pgy, with the choir under the
f Mng services are at 8:46 a.m.,
Ifn.Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs.
imam (ireenside, will become
Mitzvah.

fEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
P> Iriday evening services at
V P m with Rabbi Joseph Narot
fc|ating He will discuss: "Work-
With People." Cantor Jacob
rnnein will render the musical
^'ns of the liturgy.

JETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
W will hold Friday evening
Wees at 530 pm Saturday
rmni; service, are at 8:30 a.m.
' Joseph Rackovsky will
pen on the topic: "Moses Sings
["* Way to IsraelCan We Fol-
Suit'" At 4 p.m., the Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion
Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Class
in Talmud will be on Wednesday
at 4:15.
CORmL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ice;* at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss: "Sabbath of Song."
Cantor Irving Robinson will ren-
der the musical portions of the
litih-gy, with the choir assisted at
the organ by Robert Strassburg.
Sabbath candles will be blessed by
Mrs. Sylvia Green, and MM. Is/ael
Freeman,,in., honor qf the late Mr.
Freeman, in whose memory two
hand-carved pulpit chairs are being
presented to the Center. Saturday
morning services are at 9:45 a.m.
*
PLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
.ire nt 8:30 a.m., with Rev. Leo
Heim officiating and discussing the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Fried-
berg will be hosts. Rev. Heim will
preach on the topic: "Israel Sang
and Will Sing."
*
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Melvin
Kieffer officiating. Oneg Shabbat
following will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling on
the occasion of their son Stanleys
engagement to Susan Sobel. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Kieffer will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Floral offer-
ing will be by Philip Warshaw.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:40 p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Billy
Pilchick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Pilchick, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbi Abraham Herson will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
"Reaping of the Harvest of Joy."
Cantor Albert Glantz will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Mr. and Mrs. Pilchick will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., with the traditional Bar
Mitzvah ceremony taking place.
Rabbi Herson will discuss: "The
Melody of the Future."
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will conduct Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer will discuss:
"Israel's Nationhood." Junior serv-
ices are on Saturday morning at
10 a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish has
chosen as his sermon topic: "They
Never Forget." Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m. Robert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Brooks, and Gary Elliot, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Diener, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and discussing:
"For Our Children's Sake." Cub
Pack No. 340 will be honored
guests in commemoration, of Scout
Sabbath. Junior and senior choir
will be under the direction of Lu-
cille Moore, with Cantor Maurice
Neu rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. Da-
vid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Cohen, will become Bar Mitzvah
and preach qn the topic: "My Re-
sponsibility."
*
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Late services
are at 8:30, with Rabbi Abraham
JOUST BROS RV/
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Levitan officiating and discussing:
"Famous Jewish Women in the
United States." Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Class in Tal-
mud is scheduled one hour earlier.
Rabbi Levitan will preach on:
"God's Compassion." Mincha is at
5:30 p.m. Maariv will conclude the
Sabbath observance.
*
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.,'
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 in the morning
and 5:45 in the evening. Sunday
.services will be held at 8 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Jonah Caplan discussing:
"Making An Easy Dollar." Cantor
Abraham Seif will officiate and
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Cap-
lan preaching on the Weekly Por-
tion. Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m.
Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., fol-1
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 I
p.m.
* *
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn-1
ing services are at 9 a.m. Mincha
Will be at 5 p.m., followed by i
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are j
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Class
in Talmud meets daily from 2 to
4 p.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz officiating and preaching on
the Nathaniel Weinreb novel: "The
Babylonians." Forum discussion
following will be conducted by the
author. Rev. Rudolph Brill will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David
Shapiro officiating. Guest speaker
will be Maurice Pearlstein. director
ol the Jewish Home for the Aged.,
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, with the choir under the j
direction of Rev. Mordechai Haal- the name giving ceremony for the
man. Oneg Shabbat will be spon- children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ros Quintun. Saturday morning serv-
enthal. Silver cup will be present- ices are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Sha-
ed by the Roscnthals in honor of piro discussing the Weekly Por-
the 87th birthday of Carl Hutt and tion.
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Klutznick Will Attend
German Claims Conference
WASHINGTON. D.C.Philip M
Klutznick. president of B'nai
B'rith. is attending the meetings of
uled in Paris from Feb 2 to 6.
B'nai B'rith headquarters here an-
nounced
The Conference, of which B'nai
B'rith Is a member organization.
will discuss application of the
funds it receives from the German
Federal Republic for the material
and cultural rehabilitation of Jew-
ish victims ol Nazi persecution.
It will also take up recommenda-
tions for further legislation that
may bo necessary to redress Na
Usual-Socialist wroi
rjmtif ncridtori______
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4.1955
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
CopyrisM. 1*9*. by America J.-tsh Pr
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR
17. Judah Touro
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New Choral Group
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15 Nominated for Posts On Beach Chamber Board
Fifteen Miami Beach Chamber Loo 1 A phard Broad,
;rce members were n<
tho Leo
nan, Jules Gillette. August Geiger,
Herbert Gimbel, Carl T. Hoffman.
Burton S. KahJT, K D. Keefer. Re-
nounces tho formation of a cm-1 o| Commerce members wwe nom. SilU, Cohen.^FreoUnd Crew ^ ^ ^^ ^ y ^ ^
munity choral group under the di-1 inated for five vacancies on
r( Ction of Margaret and Ben Yo- Chamber's board of governors last
men. Plans are now under way for | week.
Count of the primary election.]
Mitchell Wolfson.
Final ballots will bo cnunted
Monday at the Miami Beach City
Hall.
an Americana Operetta to be pre-
sented in the near future, Center
officials said. Rehearsals are at
the Center every Tuesday evening.
ballots gave the following Cham-
ber members and made them nom-
inees for the vacancies:
Individual Community Must Find Answer
To Desegregation Decision, AJC Says
"Every community must find its 1 we were joined by five other na-
own specific answers regarding tional agencies and that the Wash-
ington chapter in cooperation with
the techniques for implementing
the Supreme Court- decision re-
quiring integration in the public
x hools," according to a panel of
discussants which appeared at an
open forum sponsored by the
ter M'ami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee last
week at the Shelbournc hotel.
Moderator was Or Kurt Peiser.
chairman of the executive commit-
tee of the a.i Committee and a
member of the board of the Dade
other local groups had filed a brief
in the District of Columbia cue
These wore two of the five cases
decided by t h e Supreme Court
when it hold segregation uncon-
stitutional "
Gets Courtesy Award
For continuous courteous treat-
ment of visitors to Miami Beach.
Ladd Horvath received last week's
County Council on Community Re- courtesy award of the Miami Beach
Iations. Panel included: j Chamber of Commerce, according
Rev. Edward W. I'llrich. Pastor. l0 '-eo Efsenstein, committee chair- '
Robertson Memorial Church: Ifiss
Marie Roberts, teacher. Booker T.
Washington High School; and Hon.
Joe Eaton, attorney and former
Circuit Court judge.
The panelists noted that white
man. Horvath. of the Blackstono
hotel, was nominated by lira
Yvette Gluck Horvath. resides at
2601 S\V 34th avo. with his wife.
Cecilia A winner is selected each !
week by nominating letter and is
and Negro citizens have important presented with a $25 government
business together in working out j savings bond for outstanding or
the many problems which integra- continuing acts of courtesy to per-
tion will impose our community. ] sons wno work or reside in Miami
They urged that "the months im- j Beach. Eisinstein said.
mediately ahead be a time for '------ -----
.sound thinking and planning by 1
the best people of both races. The |
responsibility for legislative and
administrative changes rests with
the public officials, state and lo-
cal, to whom we have entrusted
the powers of government. In a
deeper sense, however, the deci-
sion makers will be the private
citizens who are actively involved
in the lives of their communities.'*
Richard Wolfson. the AJ Com-
mittee program chairman, report-
ed on tho interest which AJC had
in the problem of desegregation.
He noted that the AJCommittee
'was proud of having contributed
a brief amici in the Kansas
before tho Supreme Court in which
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various cultural backgrounds integrated as quickly as possible.
In a critical hour when the Arab nations refuse to
lessen their hostility toward Israel, Israel's people know that
tomorrow's tasks of development and stabilization must be
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organized Jewish community in the United States, set up in 1949
a Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns. This
Committee passes on the validity and general usefulness of all
proposed campaigns for institutions and projects in Israel.
On occasion, new campaigns for limited purposes have
been launched by individuals and organizations. Some of these
have put forth claims not always warranted by facts and have
requested support out of proportion to their importance.
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+Jewlst>ncrAMam
PAGE 7 B
Booklet Issued
On Procedure
For Complaint
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Presidents Committee on Govern-
,(nl contract* issued a booklet
|th< wee* containing instructions
L procedures for filing complaints
where racial discrimination is al-
lied in work done on Federal
fcontracts. ......
while emphasizing that the com-
Imittee expects contractors to com
plv with the non-discrimination
V|lU>, in Federal contracts this
Jpublieation states that It recog-
nizes there will be complaint* of
Iviolations The purpose of this
Ipublication is to facilitate the
handling of any complaints of dis-
Icnmination which may arise in
Connection with any Federal activi-
Itic-
Complaints may be filed in writ-
Ij,. with the President's Committee
IonGovernment Contracts in Wash
lington by any individual or organ-
lization with knowledge of the fail-
lure ol a contractor to comply with
[the m n discrimination clause in his
{contract.
The complaint should include
[the names and address of the com-
, mi. the name of the contrac-
|t i- ihe nature of the alleged dis-
criminatory action and should pro-
vide as detailed a description of
[the circumstances as possible. On
pt of the complaint the Presi-
I dent'- committee forwards it to the
appropriate government contract -
II agency for investigation and I
I correct ion of any violations. Both
uplamant and the contractor
be notified on the conclu-
sion of the proceedings.
Lear School Students
Pick Solomon President
General Organization of the
School held semi-annual elec-
tions Friday at the school auditor-
ium
Named lo head the student body
I for the coining semester are Val-
ane Solomon, president; Midge
I Ashbach, vice president; Florence
Boderman. treasurer; and Adele
Deyn, secretary.
The new officers scheduled a
| dance in honor of Dee Finkelstein,
outgoing president, for last Friday
evening at the Carribean hotel.
'Personalized Papetries'
Revealed as Service
Rita H. Bukstel this week an-
nounced the opening of a new serv-
ice featuring "Personalized Pape-
tries."
A Miami resident for over 20
years, Mrs. Bukstel revealed that
her service will include personal-
ized stationery, postcards, infor-
mal, napkins, towels, matchbooks
and various gift suggestions.
A major feature of "Personaliz-
ed Papetries" will be wedding an-
nouncements, she said. Mrs. Buk-
service is at 1055 NW 128th
ter
She is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and the Univer-
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PrtftdkM mm4 Children
Are Program at Beth El
Panel of experts reviewed the
problem of prejudice and how it is
developed in the child at the Feb.
3 meeting of Beth El Hebrew
Academy PTA.
Participating in the panel dis-
cussion on "Can We Innoculate
Our Children Against Prejudice"
were Dr. Dean George Epley,
chairman, Human Relations De-
partment, Miami University. Dr.
Edward R. Amis. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center,
Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, execu-
tive director, National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spir-
itual leader of Beth El Synagogue,
acted as moderator.
Preceding the discussion was
a presentation of the human rela-
tions play "The Seed," which won
a special award from the National
1 Conference of Christians and Jews.
Mrs. John Temple is president of
the PTA.
Represent of ive in Talk
Bar-Tall, political representative
of the Histadrut of Israel, was
guest speaker at the Miami Beach
B'nai B*rith Lodge luncheon meet-
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+Jelstncridtat
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4.1955


;*

IC
NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president Of the American Jewish Con* -
}i. > urged the Binnhowar Administration to undertake "fundamental
revisions" in the country's foreign and domestic policies. Arfdn
the national executive committee in New York. Dr Gold] I 'hat
t-w \ ill i>* mil.-* na (nucw '" ,,v .... .-... .. ...
n ligk>iu heritage and faith to the loyalty of the Jewish ......
the revelations ol God in 'The Old Israel Hi said the best antidote for
aoti-Semitism was ..n understanding ol the historical and ideoloi
etween Judaism and Christianity.
( nections between Judaism and Christianitj
Senator Joe McCarthy and his wife have hi White
House social black list. The McCarthys were deliber
two recent White House dinners. Report> from 1 U S icebreakt r in the
Antarctica reveal that a section ol an icecap as large as Long Island has
en ofl and Moated northward in one piece New York Timef
respondent, C. L. Sulzberger. writing from Pan- sees an early dissolu-
tion of the Arab League. "The gradual destruction of ih< i eague seems
to be commencing," h writes "This or \.i originally in-
spired h\ the Brtish London." he adds, "thought it would tv helpful
the 1 the Middle East joined in one body." Wid-
ening its curbs on Soviet citizens, the U.S from
photographing or sketching military installations, port-, railroad junc-
tions and othi i ees In a letter to the Nee York" Times, Kurt
R. Grossman, author of Germany's Mi the fear that
E the Allied occupation of Germany is over, the Germans will forget
all about restitution and indemnification obligations to the victims of
Nazi persecution.
UNITED NATIONS
The Bonn Government has designated, a new observer to the IN
: Felix von Eckardt who replaces the part-Jewish Dr.
Hans diploma)
the Ullsteiri publications before the Hitler red his time to
writil plays Red China's offer to let relatives visit the impris-
accepted bj the IN .,- ., sign pointing I
of them Louise King, who plays ttM ( feminine
"The S a." whuh oppened in New York last week.
is th< Dag Hammarskjold's esecul \ndrew W.
lier The seven-nation preparatory committee of scientists have
ti lor the UN's international conference
ful use of Atomic Energy at Geni
ISRAEL
The Religious Workers' party, Hapoel Hamwrachi. ha> merged with
Ifizrai hi into a single unit to be I Miirachi-
Hapoel-Hamiirachi. The Knesset rejected last week a motion of r. .
em merit
- Ht-rut
which a "subn | security in-
; The Foreign Ministry
criticized General ELM ;e the dimilita
Syria. Walter 1 thai -the pr .
tends : S Upon
- ,-cepted by th UN Troo Supervis i Organuati
fact to ben r. rectified "
The anti-British campaign in Cyprus has been intensified.
' -.--- ,r. -he island are ex| I
At the Cairo meeting of Arab Premiers. HHSpKUOUa
: 'he Iraqi Pn Major Salem. : n : rring ti Iraq's
West stated: This is undoubted that
: the League and n \rab
Trouble is also brewing in Lebanon and Syria over
the postpone:-. i permanent econonuc union between th-
- The Israel Postal Service plans to issue this year a series of 12
stamps dep.cting the 12 Tribes of Israel, 10 of whom have been consid-
721 Bl E
PEOPLE
Rabbi William F. Rosenblum, marking the completion last Friday
pintuaj leader of New York's Temple krael was
n> in wh.ch prominent Jewish and Chita-
... nbute. 1.200 friend, of all faith, attended
LewWh L Sm tne Atomic EnergJ Conmussion. was
Plaque last week from the Men's Club of Temple
service President Eisenhower sent a me-
md ALxarnWr Kec.nsky
eminent rerthrawn by theBolshi'
'lew -Bern theon ,. that xhehe^ of the
lannmg a major counterrevolution against the Stalin
Governor Abraham Ribicoff's Rabbi, Abraham J. FaWman received
toens Aware" of 1954 i> ceremony held >n t^Vcla u^
a In aniiouneing the award. the judTe^all non-
-h but one-asserted that Rabb. Feldman has been ^efected^or
W the advancement of the cause of Son.ous
omens of all f,hs7nd aU ^o
Ml Dewey D. Stone. .,f Brockton. Mass. km been electeTl I*
Chairmaa succeeding Rudolf Sonneborn 1A
THE ARTS AND SCIENCES
, JSH^Hi C*drk *'""". ln new book titled "Flyin. S.u.
world Man In discu.-ing hi- encounter. Allingtnn saw that it hee.nl.
opera. David, has been performed in Italy > fan>.u. U Sc-la Ooera
STL'S SffiBS"''"""" '*"M ~ss^ssj
Artie Kravitz Jeft), chairman
of the Retail Merchants' Divi-
sion oi the Combined Jewish
Appeal, shows partner and
co-chairman William Wein-
traub the shopping zones to
be covered in the coming
drive. Kravitz says his busi-
nessmen's councils expect to
blanket Dade County for
CIA. _____________
Dr. Spock to Speak
On Discipline Monday
Parents who have reared their
childrtn b) I>r Benjamin Spock's
on "Baby and Child (arc
will have the opportunity to see
and bear the author in person
when he speaks at the Hade (."oun-
tv Auditorium on Honda) night,
Feb 7.
William Frates. president of the
Mental Health Society. Community
Chest agency sponsoring the lec-
ture, said that the topic. 'What i>
line,' ha- been selected
ing a number of parents
and teachers ho expect to attend
the lecture
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955
August Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Michael
August, formerly of 447 SW 28th
rd., will take place Sunday, Feb. 6,
11 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Simon April officiat-
ing. Mr. August is survived by
his wife, Flora; a son, Samuel B.;
three daughters, Mrs. Grepel Hol-
lander, Mrs. Jessica Kelman and
Mrs. Beverly Schwartz, all of Mi-
ami; also two brothers, including
jack, of Miami Beach, and one sta-
ter. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
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Klein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jeanette
Klein, formerly of 978 NW 3rd st.,
will take place Sunday, Feb. 6, 2
p.m., at the Downtown Synagogue
Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Arie Becker
officiating. Mrs. Klein is survived
by her husband, David, and one
sister. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
Koran Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to Ihe memory of the late Samuel
Koran, formerly of the Whitelaw
hotel. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. Feb. 6, 2 p.m., at the
Workmen's Circle Plot of Mt. Si-
nai Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiat-
ing. Mr. Koran is survived by a
son, Fred, and a sister, Mrs. Rose
Klmg. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Greenberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abraham
Creenberg. formerly of 4103 An-
derson rd.. Coral Gables, will take
place Sunday, Feb. 6, 3 p.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery,
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiat-
Mr. (ireenberg is survived by
two sons. Dr. Henry Green, of Cor-
I Gable*, and Joel, of Detroit, and
a sister, Mrs. Sophie Solomon, of
Detroit. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Olin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Zelda
' Ohn. formerly of 1646 SW 14th
St., was held Sunday, Jan. 30, at
1 P.m., on the Roosevelt Lodge,
Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Si-
nai Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating.
Mrs. Ohn is survived by her hus-
band, Bernard, her father, William
H. Fortgang, and a sister. Joan.
Arrangement! were held by Palm-
er's Miami Monument Company.
Raxin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anna
Kaxin, formerly of 123 NE 50th st.,
o Ji 'ake p,ace Sunday- Feb. 6, at
^45 p.m., at the Jewish Section
<>i Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with
Dr. Joseph Narot officiating. Mrs.
axin is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Josephine Adler, two sisters
and two grandchildren. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmers
Miami Monument Company.
*nends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Weissman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sadie
weissman. formerly of 450 SW
JWh ter.. will take place Sunday,
*eb. 6, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky of-
ficiating. Mrs. Weissman is sur-
vived by her husband. Joseph, two
sons, Eli, of Miami, and Martin, of
iensacola. Fla., three daughters.
Mrs. Birtie Wisotsky, of Miami.
Mrs. Gertrude Klein, of Miami
ach. and Mrs. Rose E. Bochner.
of Long Island. N.Y., and eleven
grandchildren and one great
grandchild. Arrangements are in
Charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
ObltiarUg
OSCAR OELFIN
SO, Of IT, Euclid v., Miami lleaeh
"I IM II II.. came her- five iSSi
ago from Brooklyn. Local arraoge-
_i.-i.ik wore bj linns,,!,. Miami Beach
' ha|n-l
MRS. SALLY SCHWARTZ
8. Of *.;- 1..U, (._ A|,.,,,,, ,;,. |, .,,
gam* her* from l-.ni; laiand, \" Y
m- rears ago, died .,., eg, feurvlv-
ing are three mum, leldori. of Miami
< .iri. ,,t iM,M inland, and Herman, of
MaJibu. Cat; ,h,,c .luiiKhlrrB, MIks
Juwphint' BchHarut, Miami Beach;
Mrs, Rose Hiiiinn, I.oiik laliin.l, hiiiI
bthel Charaky, .if New York City
tMrVlcea Kelt- h.-lu in lioriloliB .Mi.mi,
li*i>.-l. uiiii I as rial in Mi Ulna I Ceme-
un
MR8 BIRDE LEfKOWITZ
i, "i liii Meridian ave., Miami
i..-.i. ii, dleu Jan. Xv. a saleswoman,
.Mm. Kffkowiu caina lu-i.- si^ ,..,r-.
hku from llMKiklvn Hhv ...i\-> sou,
Harolil. two mu-i>, llcii.-yi-a ,,,, Kv,,
"'""' armliem, aarn. Mw ami
\\,.ir.- Hervlcea ami burial took place
in Brooklyn,
wife. Pauline, a son. Iuls H., anil a
slstrr. Mm. Urn IliHV.-rniMii. all of
Miami ll.ai h He wan a iii.-hiU-i of
Hlblarua Masonic Lodge. No ^7".. Heth
Tfllah Synagogue, Jewish Home r, -
the Ag.-.i and mam other charitable
organisations. H. ,. 1.1 in
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Heai li. \> lih 1,1,1 |.,| in Ml Hlnal I 'errte-
I--I >
MRS. ANNA OERKOW
'. of U7J NK ihnth let who ram*
' -%ii..... sei..... or-
-!>.', N J Ji,
i. ..I in i ;... rlon Itauet,
with Tjurisl in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
Mrs 11. ratow li soi % rved b)
Carl l>, of Orange, two da'jifhtecs,
Mis Florence Levlne, North Miami
Beach, ami Mm Truda l.utx, Wii
Sal, III. .\ 1' anil five Kra ml, ll I 11 ell.
MRS. BERTHA BURGER
v~. .( ;in mm ... Miami Beach,
who ...in., here In IMJ from New fork,
died Thursday. Hurvlvlng are -on.
I William. Linden, N.J.. and a brother.
Kinial look iiiace in New Tork, Kith
Uveralde Memorial Chapel, Miami
lleat ll. ill rllarxe l,,eall> .
MRS. FAY BLOCK
li of !IIW rarlvle iiv, Miami rTlTh.
died Jan. :'0 in New York Where MM
* visiting. She had lived here Hi
year*, was a member of North Hbora
remote Burvlvora Include her hus-
band, Al; three brothers. Including
UMor and Joseph Klschbein, .Miami
Beach, and three sister*, im-luillng
Mis Sadie Nelllnger and Mrs Raj
l-.lii-ll.-li, Miami Beach. Services were
hold In Riverside Memorial 1'hapel,
Miami Beach, ultli buiia] in Mt. Nebo
t emeteay.
MRS. ROSE SCHLESINGER
IS, of in \u Mitk in- who name
10 Miami inn,, veam ,.., from \:.i\ -
slde, LI, NY, died Jan 21. Surviv-
ing are a son, Will.ml I: Miami, a
brother anil a sister. Private services
lil be in l.lthKoK Mtii snet Centei
ISIDORE MIKOLITSKY
>>.. owner of looal dry koo.Ih store,
died Jan. 2\ at home. it;;i Meridian
n- He came her,- M years .if fr.....
.\".\v York. Borvlvlna are his wife,
Ida; three daughters, Mrs. Mollle Mer-
esn.an. N. .-. ^ mk Mr- Lillian l-'-.\.
North Miami Beach; ami Mis Gloria
i -, nst, in. Miami, three brotbera ami
IWO slstels, in, ImiiiiK Miss (JoldU Ml-
kolltsky. Miami H.-a< h. ami MVen
Kiniid, hil.lien Bervloea were held in
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami,
with i.uriai in Mt Nebo Cemetery,
HARRY ARBER
7!, of 6:h lnth it., Miami Bea. h. a
retired store owner, died Jan II. n,
'\,-n vears ago from New
Vork. .Surviving are his wife, Y.tta;
a daughter, Mrs Hyrvls Herman; two
Including Mrs l>.,,s,- I),,i man.
Miami Bea. h. and a brother Burial
took place in N.w Yoik. wiih River-
side Memorial t'ha|>el, Miami Bea. b,
in charge 1>>. aii>
JOSEPH STEINGOLO
77, of ISM MW Uth ct a retired nier-
Chfl nt who eg in, h,-i IB I
from Norfolk. Va died Jan. I'l. Mr
stenigoio. member of the Miami
a S<-ho<>l and Congregation. Is
survived b) his wife. Baran; five sons,
Ben, Mam. Meyer and Morris, all of
Norfolk, and Israel, Richmond, Vh.;
and a brother. Service! erere
held In Oordon'a Miami Chapel, with
burial In Norfolk.
JACOB HOROWITZ
76. of |0 Km lid ave Miami Beat h.
died Jan :':! II. was an apartment
house manager and had resided bere
:.!> yean Surviving are two tone,
John it.. of Miami Beach, HeTberl J.,
r Toledo, O., and a brother, Services
Here held In RJl ,-isld,- Miami I -,,. I,
Chapel with burial in Mt Sinai Cean-
etei>.
MRS. CARRIE ISAACS .
It, of 1711 c.iiins av,-. Miami Beach,
died Jan :':;. Formerly >.f Detroit,
Mli-h., she had icsl.lt-d here the |ast
i- ragag, sh.. i~ aurvlved by her nua-
l.aml. Jack, of Miami Iteaih. a s,.n.
Raymond Moera, ..f Detroli a Mater
and a brother, Se.v ie.s w.r, Held III
de Miami Beach Chapel with
burial in Mi Nebo Cemetery,
ISIDORE FISHER
-'. of 1,1 NW Hth ave, died Jan Z\
A retire.] grocer, he am,- her s.-v.-n
ago frajm Norwalk, Conn, Ha
is survived by his wife, Mary; aorl
Abe, i.oth of Miami, .two daughters,
Mr.- li.-lla Marks, oi Miami, and Mrs.
Anne Kelly, of New York. Services
w.-re held iii tin- Miami Chapel of the
Cordon Funeral Home with burial In
Mt. Neb., C. in, lei |
SAMUEL STOUT
a!*, of Sal l',.|ins\ Kami ave., Miami
Bi.. h. died Jan 11 Mi BtouL the
ownei of ih, Aoe Sports Co., lingerie
manufacturers, had resided h.-i, foi
i" reara, eomlng from New York. Bur-
\l\iiiK are lib. wife. Lillian, a s.m
Jack; two da uKlit.-i s. Mis l-ram-ls
Trupkin, of Miami, and Mis 1:
i ;<>odiiiHii. of II'.u-i ter and
siv nraii-lihil-lr.il aiervlrei "' -
at rfordon'a Mktml Chapel, with burial
in Slai of I 'a v id < 'em.-;
ABRAHAM L. MELLMAN
fir., of la.'.", sw Rnd st.j who cgn
era ko from 'in. innaii. died
Jan -i. Me Ih survived by his a/lfe,
Jean, and tm brolheis, Isadore and
Morris, both of Miami Services Were
held III RiVeraMe Mem..rial l"ha|.el,
Miami, with burial In Mt Nebo Ceme-
tery.
NATHAN SCHWARTZ
j *K, a retired -i.i. ..iterator who -
t.- Miami nn years iiko, died Ian L'l.
lie liv. .1 at :il Pre 111. avi Miami
Beach, Surviving Is his wife. Rose.
Ben .....- "ere held III ltl\.ls|,|e Me
m-.rl.il Chapel, Miami Beach, with
burial in Mt. Nebo C
MRS. ALTA SCHWARTZ
-;. .,1 I ,:-.; Met Idian ave., a wlntei
resident for || v.-ai--. coming fl.-m
Milwaukee, i.iss.ii awas Jan. Ser-
vices Were held In Milwaukee, With
Riverside Miami Beach h uncial Home
in chin ge 1-" -ill*
THOMAS QLAZER
SO. of fiv Ocean di passed away Inn
J7 Riverside Miami Beach Kiin.ral
Horn.- was In charge of lm-al srrange-
menta.
MORRIS GOLD
7:'. of I'L'I Meridian ave, Miami
vic. name here II ream as... .lied Jan.
17. Mr ijoi.i formerly la the motion
picture busluess, is survived by his
HERBERT J. BERNSTEIN
1^'. ..f KM Collins av.- died Jan :'7.
Itlverside, Miami I tea. li
HARRY KAMMERMAN
S9. of 4U1U SW Uth st.. passed away
Jan. 2< at his residence. Survived
by his wife, Leonora, two daughters,
Marilyn Qrlea and NataHe Herman;
and one sister. Mis Qoldie McCTosky.
Remains were sent t.. Newark, N.J..
for services and Intel nicnt bv Miami
Rlveratde.
RITA SOKOLOFF
27. of tttl SW r>nt\ ter., passed away
Jan ^'7 in a local hospital Survived
i... h.r parents, Bamuel and Cella
Sokoloff. and one brother. I >r Morris
Sokoloff. Servtcea were held t Miami
Riverside Chapel. Interment v\.. n
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
JACOB GOODMAN
47, of Hfin Collins ave, died Jan. 27.
Beach Meimu i.,i.
ABRAHAM GERBMAN
70, Of 1021 Euclid av.- Miami Beat h.
died J..H (I Beau h Memorial,
MARK JACOBSON
81, of l'7_'7 Hllola st., paased iway Jan
?i* In a local hospital. Survived i.\ his
wife. Klsie. one Bon, S Howard, two
daughters, Betu Ann, Blau ami lleen
Maliir.; his mother. Rachael Jacobaon
and one brother, Harr\ Remains were
sent to Detroli for services and Inter-
ment by Miami Riverside
MRS. JENNIE SCHLEPARK
'-;. ..i .- iG I iui .-I ,i\.-.. Miami I : ... h,
v\li-i .aim- h. i.- ^i\ >ears ago from
Boston, died Saturda>. she leaves
two .---us. Edward and Elliot (llaae-
man. both of r,..st..ii. three daughters.
Mi- 11.-. I,-. I...hi, II. Mis Sylvia Ki-.-n
and Mr- Ida lb .seiibau m .. tl : and
IS grandchildren Kurial took place in
Boston, with I..-..I arrajigementa by
Cordon's Miami Beach funeral Home
MRS. KATIE SHAPIRO
71. ..f tti s\v lith ave. died Sunday.
Cordon, Miami.
ISIOOR DEARMAN
68. of 7a sw Mb st., died Sunday,
Riverside, Miami
MRS. RACHEL WALLERSTEIN
7*;, of in. i!.-a<>.m i.ivii win. wa
n\. Ii.call.i in charitable gioui-
Sundaj Coming from Michigan City.
Ind., 30 years ap... ene and ner hua-
liiil onn recewtrj celebrated their
I7th wedding anniversary A member
..f Beth David Synagogue, ihe waa
active In Hada aaah a nd* i rrdn -r Baat-
< ru Star. Survivlm; are her husl.and.
Ah... tw.. .laukhters. Mis Mahelle
Bemgteln, Miami Beach, and Mrs.
L..ii.lia Shapiro, Auguata, Oa.; two
brothers anil a sister in Indiana; five
H' 'at -K'ra n.lchil.li ,-n Services i..>k
place in Oordon a Miami Beach Chapel,
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
MRS. ROSE CITRON
77. of I ft* Buclld av.- Miami Bi ach,
a resident ..1 Miami f.u 15 >,-ats. com-
ing from N.-w York, died Runda) She
icav.-s i.-ur sona, Joaeph, Bernard, Ar-
thur an.I Cell, all ..f New Y.ak and
two datlKhters. Miss I'aullne Citron,
Miami Beach, ami Mrs Reha Bchecht-
miiii. New York. Burial book pla.,- in
Brooklyn with RIveraMe Memorial
chapd. Miami Beach, iii charge l... al-
ly.
SANDRA ROUTBERC
IS, s In namloah Junior 11 ik li School
student, di.-.l Bundaj In Varlet) Chil-
dren*! Hospital after a abort illness
She was a native Mi.ii.ian and was
active in youth affairs 8h appeared
in radio 't^i'i lelevui..... children's
ahewa, and l red In 1 be rets m
Carnival on Ice benefit sh..v\ foi \'a-
ri.iv Hospital Survlvina ate her pai-
cin-. Mi ami Mis Joaeph Routberg.
Hondaj In Rlt
Memorial Chap.-I, Miami.
.MRS. HELEN BERNSTEIN
;.'. ,,f iM i lib 11 Miami BV acb,
w i.....ime from Brooklyn IJ re-tra an...
died M- ii.l.-v in a h-'-i-.t.ii Surviving
is h.-i husband. Samuel, Services ..ml
burial took place In New York, with
Beach Memorial Chapel In change .-f
local arrangements. ___ _________.
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Simonhoff Will Address
'Mr. and Mrs.' Forum
Harry Simonhoff, attorney, his-
torian and author, will be guest
speaker at tht- second in a series of
three "Mr. and Mrs." forums spon-
sored by the Greatec Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah. wWen they meet
on Saturday evening, Feb. 12, at
Ihe Lear School.
Simonhoff has chosen for his
topic "What Jews have Contribut-
ed in the Political and Economic
Field in the Past Three Hundred
Years." Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink
will act as moderator in the dis-
cussion following.
The' program will also include
vocal selections by Cantor Jacob
Bornstein of Temple Israel. Mrs.
Oscar Sindell. coordinator of Edu-
cation, and Mrs. Barnett Becker-
man, co-chairman, have arranged
the program.
Cantors Association Moots
To Honor Borele Kelemer
Cantors Association of Greater
Miami will hold its annual lunch-
eon on Monday. Feb. 7, Jewish Ar-
bor Day. at Sonntag s Flamingo
Kosher restaurant.
The luncheon will honor Cantor
Berele Kelemer, of Dig Miami He-
brew School and Congregation, who
recently received highest scholar-
ship honors from the Hebrew Uni-
versity at Jerusalem.
Cantors Abraham Seif and) Ed-
ward Klein are in charge of ar-
rangements.
Program will also include discus-
sion of the association's participa-
tion in the forthcoming Jewish
.Music Month festival.
JOSEPH PLOFSKV
". Of 1" I lean ,ir. Miami li.-a.-h.
did Sundav a retired stal
store operator, he came from White
Plains, NY nix years kr.. Surviving
are nis wife, Uuaaie; >.- sons, Ralph
and blank and .1 daughter, Mis Kdiih
ivarmiaii. all ,,f Miami Bench Berv-
ices and burial t.>k placr in New
Y.>rk. \>ith Bench Memorial chapel in
diaic..- ut lH-al nrmngetnenta,
PHILIP HOSENSTEIN
:'. ,Ji Eepanola way, Miami Bench,
il.-d M.mdav A \V.,i Id War I v-
he moved t* .Miami nine yeai
after I -tiring from the N.-v. fork
iwrk department. Be donated M.....i
;sr. times, at the iia.i,. Countv, st
Prancla and Ml Sinai Mood banks
,i vived i.v ins wit.-, iion two
sons, si.in.-v k ,,f ,.. jflaml Bea h
police department, and Bernard, Nee
roi k t h i.r.,1 hers and roui
Services were held In Rlveraide Me-
morial chapel. Miami I:, a. h, II h
burial in Ml Nebo Cemetery.
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JACK STERN
ll. nf itss sw .mi, -i died M.-ii.1.,.
after an automobile a., i.i.-at :n Bowl-
ing Oreen, o Hervlces were held In
Uordon'a Miami Chapel, with i-uriai
in Mi Nebo Ceuiet.-i Ml Stern was
. salesman ind lived moat <>f his life
in Miami Burvlvln* are his mother,
'' full* stern......i ,, stater, Mn
Anne C. COOk, both Of Miami
JULIUS GOLDSTEIN
red production managei ..f a
men cifithitiK manufacturina .....
pai.v .ii,-; rueadas al hon
llith St. lie calm- here eight vears
w from N.-w Y,,ik Sin iv.
his wif... Mary: two daughters, Mrs
l-'lor.-n, Epstein and Mrs Uai I la
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ami. Burial took place \. w rork,
with local arrangements bs Beach Me-
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Beach Public Library on Sunday
afternoon. Feb at 2 p a.
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ihe Miami Daily New- will rjucoa,
What is a Right'" Moderator will
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Government Department ;,t lne
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HDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1955
1
+Jewlsti HorMian
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fieventh judicial, circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery, no. 179002
Josephine v. pabkicvih.
Plaintiff,
uiiM S 1'AHKKV It'll, Hff.MiiUnt
1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO- AI-AM S. i'ASKBVICH
\|iH:-.l-:.-S UNKNOWN"
I Vim hereby nouii.-.i thai a Bill
, i i 'umiilaint for I'll") v hii Ih i ii
i ',,1 iKiiinsI Mm. mill yi'U lire requir-
,,l In serve ii OOP} of i.....' Answir or
, ,||nR to ili- IJIH "f Complaint on
in i.liiiMili! Attorney, l'\VII> LE-
\ INK 1 ': N W. l-Hi Ava Miami,
I I.,,,I., .mil llli' Ih* original Answer
Ldlni in tha offlc* "f Hi'- Clerk
, | ,,,,. f|n nil i iOUli on in l.efi'i .- UN
-.ih day "I February, 1Mb. ii you
i ,n I,, .In K'i. ludgincnt by default will
/ ,,,i,, n mfalntt you (or the relief
demanded i" tl- I-"1 "f Complain!
llu ii,.tire iihnll puWiBhed encr-
,...,.h wi-i'k fr fo"1' ronsi-.-iilivf week,-,
' Till-: IKWIStl Kl.i iltl I IA-s
DO.Ni: AND ORDICRKD al Miami,
I. ;,,,.i.i. Hi- -Hii fay of January,
A '''"' i: I! I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
I tail*- County, Kim id.i
l-.i JOAN COL'RNOTEK,
court s.-.il) Deputy Clark
! 4-I1-1X
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 175942
ALFRED l.'. MOSS, Plaintiff,
Vs.
rsTIII-IR M MOSS, Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ror, EHTHER M Moss, addreaa
unknown, are horob) required to serve
., copy of your Aimwer to a Hill ,,f
Complaint for Divorce mi I'lalntlff'a
Attorney, ROBERT I LEWISON, Tin
itineaynr Bulldinc, Miami, Plortfa, and
ill, the original with the Clerk of the
i) led com i. on or baton Um
2Xth daj "' l-VI-iuaiy Of a ill-fault will
i. ni.ii-ii against )
ItATED in Miami. Florida, Oils Mtb
d.o "f January, II
K n l.KATHSIt.MAN'.
i ierk, Circuit Court
B) WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clark

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
reigned, desiring to ongajra '"
under the fl< ame of
I.\I I, H CITIES SERVICE BTATK IN,
N W -nil A\enue, intend- to
.i name Ith tl
Ih.' circuit I 'mn i of I lade County,
. i.i.
JAM EH i: maci:100%
Hi (BERT I I.KWISi IN, E8CJ
JasiMM II. M
i :. :: 1-11-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS- HEREBY DIVKN that
i ,:n. .I. deajrlns to engage in
null : Itie flctltloua HI
NATION \l. nl'TlKinlt SAl.KS. at 129
agler Street, Intenda to reirtH-
i name with the Clark of the
Court "f Dade County, Florida.
Harold SCHECHTKR
K'lVNER a UA.NNHEIMER
for National I nitdoor Sale*
-2/4-11
N
thi
I .
M \
M
i :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
"I Hi: is HEREBY HIVKN that
up i.signed, di-Klrlng to engage in
indar the fi'tltliius mum- m
IWiOH BEAUTY SALON, nt 11151
-ivii- Highway, intemiH to register
...... with the Clark of the Clt -
1 n i ..f Dade County, Florida.
MAROO DUDLEY, Own. i
i-ii-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX that
ii.-.I. deairlna t" i-nnaw In
under the flctltloua name of
M.iil-l'Y JOE'S, at 267 Kant Fuller
M ami, Florida, Intend* to reg-
I ii tme with the Clark of the
t of 1 Hi,' County, Klorhla.
ESTHER HIDVERMAN, Owner
M KANNBR
" Eather Bllvorman
1 -1 -' i-11-18
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. 0YAL CKIST
LEGAL NOTICI
k, T-lNi>T-'5E TO CREDITORS
m Er,C0^J?JY JUDOE'S COURT
L.^^.S? FOR DADE COUNTYf
rL?,RID,A- IN pOBATE, No. 32343-B
I" Re ESTATE OF
MORRIH IUCHTER, I.......i
To AM i redltors noil All Pereona Hav-
pujt lalniH or Demands Agiun.-t Hald
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preeent any
i-lalniM anil ilinaimls whli-h vou, or
either nf you, may have agalnat the
eatate ol Moititis RICHTER, di
ii late "f Dade County, Klorl.ia, to the
i RANK H. DOWL1NU, Count)
Juiige of 11,ni,. County, and file the
ame In hi- office in the County
Courthouae in Dada County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
Mate uf ihe first publication hereof.
Saul i-lalms or demands to contain
the legal addreaa of the olalmant ami
to he morn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will he barred
Date January IT, A.l>. 19ii,
SYLVIA HlcirTER,
As Ailiiiinislratilx of Uio
I !.-, I
MiiHHIS RK-HTER, P.
1 It. MAYERS
Attorney for Administratrix
1102-IM Congress Bldg., Miami, Pla.
1/21-28 2/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 175831
RUTH LEVY, Plaintiff,
va.
HUBERT LEVY, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: HUBERT LEVY
340 Baal Kind street
Apartment 1 D
Hew York, New York
You are hernlty notified that i I'.ill
nf Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, anil you are herehy
required to eorve a copy Of your An-
Wer to the Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of th^ Ctroult Court, nn or In-fore the
l\th day of I-.In nary. IMS; otherwise,
the all"gatlons of said Hill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated thla 18th day of January, MM.
E B. LEATHERMAN
i "lei k of i ir.ult i 'ourt
B) K. ll. RICE, JR .
(Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal)
i;i;i iRfJE .i t \i.iamikf, i:sij.
Mtornei for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
i 11-18 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin underabjjnad, dealrtna to engaae In
i iim u undi r i he flctltloua name of
CORAL WAY TAVERN al '; H.W,
-'-'nil St.. Miami, l-'la inlenils lo regis-
tar said name with ih- Clerk of the
'ii. mi Court of Dade County, Klorlda.
HARRY .I'lllN NAD1CK8BERND
KESSl.Ei; AL- UARS
At tornej f"i Aiipiieant
ttlH i"t l-lagl.-i HL
1/14-21- i
NOTICE UNDER FIC1 I TIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaicned, deairlna to angaca in
liiisinesa under the fh-tltloiis name of
SEA ISLE SUNDRY SH'H'. at 1001
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the i'iii-uil Court of Dade
County, Florida
LEONARD LOWENTIIAL IttEAl.)
ELEANOR LOVV*WJ!HAr' OSKAA,)
,Soli owners
f!Hl*lK CH EllTKOr
Attorney for tluiiw.
tin? oiynipla I'.ullding, Miami, Florida
1/14-21-2X 2/4
LE
GAL
NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua nai.....I
CAMNBR A. CAMNER, -it 1(81 SW,
13th Terrace, Intend lo reflate
name with the Ii i k of ih. circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
HERMAN CAMNER
IRWIN D. CAMNBR
Bole owners
LEONARD Eai.isii
Attorney for Appllcanta
1001 iiui'ont r.idg.
D14-21-2S 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undi-rsigneil, deairlna Xo ngage in
bualneaa undi r t he fictltloi
JIM DOOLEY ENTERPRIKEH (Not
;-. it J ISE s w nitii .v.,- Miami,
Ha., Intenda lo refflater aald name
with the Clurk of the CtrcUH Court of
Dade County, fAortda.
JAMBS L DOOLEY, Bole Owner
HENRY M CAIN
a ttoi iii-v for Ai'i'iii a ni
. : W. Flagler st.
1/I4-21-2S -' I
NOTICE UNDER FICTtTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaae in
business under the fictitious name of
MAGNOLIA SCNDKIES. at 14r>7<)
N.W, 22nd Avi-., Dade County. Intends
to legist, i- said name with 111-
of tha Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
N. S. EIIRENHERQ
MORTON BE1QEL
Attorney for Applicant
Blscayne Hldg.
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iinih-i-signed, il.-siiing to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
1 (TOWN REALTY, at -".74? S. W. 8th
St.. IntciiiN to register said nan
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Hoi nl.i.
MARVIN D. Mi'i.i:
1/21-28 2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th, unilet siKin-il. deairlna t" an
bualneaa under tha flctltloua name of
L'NITED GARMENT COMPANY, at
22-, N W 1-irsi -Court. Miami, Intend
to register aald name with Ih-
Of the Circuit Court Of Da.le Coillitx,
Florida
MARlloi.n DL'BROW
KIRT MENDED
in-lini iiii-i s
KIRT \Vi:i.LISCH
Atiiiinei for Appllcanta
1111-17 Congress Building
1/28 2 I-11-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 175778
FRANCES Si 1IIKCMAN. Plaintiff.
WILLIAM MILL BLACK, a-'k/a
WILLIAM II HI.Ails HELEN
RUTH I'l \CK. a k a HELEN R.
BLACK; CLARENCE GRIMM
ELECTRIC CO., INC., a Florida
corporation gkokge e. ItUNNELL,
INC., a Florida corporation.
IOSF.PH 11. GARR1HON. d/b/a
GARRISON Ll'MHER COMPANY;
ATLAS Ki/ioRINi;. INC.. a Florida
corporation; R B. LEONARD, d/b/a
R. B. LEONARD WINDOWS.____^
1. A. BCHAFKR; MARION sCHAFKR;
I -i.i-ci.AS Ll'MBBR CO., a Florida
eoraorauon; FRANK M. watkiN;
UiWIIV ELECTRIC CO. INCo^
a Florida corporation: PF.AI OCK
LUMBER ANH SCPPLY COMPANY,
u Florlds corporation, Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: I. A. HHAF'F'.K.
2125 Lowell Avenue,
Louisville. Kentucky
MARION SHAKER.
212.-, Ixiwell Avenue.
Louisville. Kentucky ,,,,_
YOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that a complaint to foreclose mortgage
haa I" aaalnst you in the
above cause and you are required to
serve a copv of your answer on
RICHARD KltlKi;i:it FINK, ITaln-
tlffs Attorney. 112-11 Congress
Hulldlng. Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the ck-ak of the above
Court on the 28th dav of
February, 145. otherwlae a default
will be entered agAlnst you.
DATED: this Nth day of January.
"* E It LEATHKKMAN,
Chi k of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Hy WM. W STOCKJNO.
Deputy Clerk
1/M I/4-11-II '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnew lindei the fictitious name of
ALFiE'H NEWS, at 1884 Alton Road.
Miami I'- mi h, int. mis to register said
name wuli the Clerk of th.- Cll in
Court of Hade County. Florida.
ALFRED MART
Morton M BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
Blacayne Bldi
i n-ti 2/4-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the iinderelgned, dealrlne1 to engage in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
MENDELSOHNS K08HER RES-
TAURANT i CATERERS, al 151 Col-
Una An-. Miami I'.eai Ii, intends to
i aald name with the Clerk of
tin- Circuit Curt of Dade County,
Florida.
SAM nHfTSCH, Sole Owner
MAI.VIN BNGLANDER
Attoi in-! for Applicant
311 Lincoln Rd
12/24-31 1/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B
In i:. ESTATE OF
IsilaiK BLOOM, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims oi Demands Against Bald
Eat.....
Vim. and each Of yim, are hereby
notified ami required t,, preaeni any
i.iini- and iieiiiainis which imi, or
althai "i you, ma) have agalnat the
estate of IHIDOR BLOOM, d<
late of Dade County, Florida, to tha
HON. FRANK B DOWLINU, County
Judge of Dad.- County, ami file the
miiii- in Ills office In the Count)
emu th tae in 11 on i <.iint>. l- im ni.i,
withliKcight calendar months from the
iii-i el tin fu-i publication hereof.
Bald l.mill "i iii-iiiamis to contain tin-
legal address of the claimant and to
in- aurora i" end preeonted aa afort -
said, or same will is- barred s.-,. s*-*--
ii-.ii 120 .,1 the L933 I
Dut.- Msniiarv 17. A D I'., i.
liELL*. BLUOM.
All V'lli In -'.. IX Of tile
Beta
isn a |R i:i,i n im, D......
BERK K. sii IPIRl i ,v PRIED
Attorneys for Adminiatratrlj
l 11-88 t 4-n
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. th Street,
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court t Dude Counti. Florida
R. I-:. Bl'SSEY. Sole Owner
QOliDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Reglstiant
ttOl West Flagler Street. Miami, Pla,
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EARLS COFFEE SHOP, at 2206 N W.
THth Street, Miami, F'la Intenda to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
R. F: BUBSEY, Sole owner
GOLDMAN A i;ol.DS-|'EIN
Attorney! for Registrant
MM Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Ha.
l/14-tl-SI 2 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.i- the flctltloua name "f
EARL'8 MARKET, al 1201 N.W. Ttth
stici. Miami, Fie int.mis to register
aald name with tha Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade founty, F'lorl la.
it. i.-.jrnnKY s,.,:.. owner
GOLDMAN T?TT1.I>STEIN
At toi iiei for R< glstranl
; West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.
I 14-21-28 1/4________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176060
JAME8 B MC OCINNB88, I'l.ilntiff
BALI iTT 11ERES A MC OC1NN BBS,
I lelelldallt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T- SALLY THERESA
Ml' GUINNESS
UplM Street
RoJrbUO', Massachu
You are In iih. notified that s ('.ill
of Complaint For Divorce baa been
filed ajra Inert you, and you are required
to aerve a copv of your Answer or
ng to the Pill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. CHARLES J.
ioI'KSHoN. ESQ., fi'i". Lincoln Road,
Miami Beech, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk "f the circuit
Court on in I..-fore the 23rd dav of
February, IMS. If you fall to do so.
Judgment In def*uM will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeaa
in THE JEWISH I I.OR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami.
Florida, this 2ith day of January.
A.D. 1
| B LEATHERMAM,
''Nik. Chciiit Court,
l>ade County. Florida.
try u ii rice, in
(Circuit Coiiit Seal) Deputy Clerk
1/2S '4-11 -IS_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IlKltEI'.Y OIVEN that
ll .inilerelgned, desiring to engage in
undei he fii tltlOUS name of
V. 8. HAItllEd'E. at MO 1 Mia l^.cka
ftlvn., <>pa Lnrlra, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of th
.uit Court of Da.le Count i. Florida.
CHARLES T IIROWN
ETHEL M. BROWN
HENRY C.RADY
Aitoi-ney for Applicants
1041 Bey bold Bid*.
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA FORM AN i also known as
ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE
CHBRTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK,
ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA
FOREMAN and
ASK A L'HA It I i K. I.....
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Credltora and All Pereona Ha^
ing Claims ur Demands Ana,list Said
I.-tale.
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to preeent any
claims ami m mands which you, or
either ol >ou. may have against tin-
estate of ANNA FORMAN, et,-., de-
. late "f Da.le County, Florida,
to the HON. FRANK B DOWUNU,
County Judge of Dade County, ami
file tha same in In- office in the
County Courthouae In Dade County,
i, within eight calendar montha
from the date of the first publication
hi rent Bald claim-' or il. ni.i D
contain the local addreeo "i the claim-
ant and to l>c sworn lo and pi'
oi ame will be bai red,
See SecUoll 120 Of tile IN
Act.
Dat.- January it, A.D
HERBERT s. 8HAIMRO
An Administrator C.T.A.
of tin- Batata of
anna FORMAN,
11. .
BERICK SHAPIRO \- FRIED
Attorneya foi Admlnlatratoi C.T.A.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392 B
IN RE ES I ATE i -F-
ANNA FORMAN, ..l-'i knoii n
ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE
CHER rt iK, ANNIE CHARTl ICK,
ANNIE I'HUMAN. ANNA
FttREMAN and ASKA
CHARTOCK, Dew
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF said DECEDENT:
You are herebj notified that wi -
ten Instru.....nt purporting to be the
last will ami LeatameaL of said de-
cedent has been attmltttM to probate
in said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publl
of this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any vou can. why
the action of aald Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
um ei oked
FRANK B. HOWLING.
County Jodae
B) JENNIE 1. PL ANTON.
< Mei k
(C J. SEAL)
1 21-2S I 4-lt ________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 34197.A
IN RE:
Bate te of
FRANK 8 ROBERTS, Deceaaed
ORDER OF PRESUMPTION
OF DEATH
This .Tl-. coming on to be
before uie, uui nuaut to i oth duly
pul.lished as reiiuFreid hy law, and the
court having beard evidence in rap-
port ol th. p, i,lion heretofore filed
herein hy Blanche B Roberta that
PRANK s ROBERT8, husband of
Petitioner, haa been abaenl t...... Dade
for n...... than s< ven > cars last
| k. the 'i id Petition
and Is helieie.l in be dead; ami the
Court lielng aatlsfleil that the legal
iition of the death Of I
FRANK 8 RUPERTS has been
lishe.l. and the Court being fully ad-
1 I" Ihe pi. in __.,
IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED
that FRANK B ROBERTA be. and he
Is herein presumed lo he dead:
IT IB FURTHER ORDERED that
this Order shall he published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
a newspaper In l>ade County, Florida;
IT IS FVRTHFZR ORDERED that
FRANK s RORERTS, aald sum-ised
decedent, if alive, or any person for
him, shall prod!..... to this Court within
three months from the date of the
flrat publication of this notice satls-
fa- toil \i.l. in of his continuance In
life; failing which the relief requeated
in said Petition shall he granted.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County. Florida, thla 11th day of
Jaieuary. 1935. ,
\v v BLANTON. County Judge
SIMONHOFT- S1MONIIQFF. Attys.
:,'.i2-"i N. Bayahore Drive, Miami, Flu.
J/14-21-2S 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
tha undersigned, desiring to engag-]
hii.~in.--s under the flctlt......- lumi
BEKNIE'8 MI-:.N S SHOP, at 11". N \'.
1 Ith Si Miami, F'ia im- 11 -
1.1 aald name w it h the Clerl
Circuit I 'ourt of I lade Count) I -
BERNARD C OREKN8TBIN
I 11-21 .: .1
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
No. 29858-B
RE: ESTATE OF
H M l- i: \ Mv Deci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni ith i-: i- hi n thai i hare
filed nn final report and petition -
Final DI charge aa Ancillary Admln-
tOI C T I Of the e-tate of 8A \l
FRA NK. ilec'ascl. and thai Ol tUI
.1 dai ol I .1.. nai / l-l ... I ll ,:l apply
I.. the ll..in...,i,i,. FRANK B DOWL-
in'i ;, hi,mi Judge ut i -- n m
Florida, for approval of anid -
pi-i t a ml toi final dlai h An -
. ill.ii i Admlnlatratoi L'.T \ of tha
i. M I RANK, d..... -di
in.-, 19th nai of Janoat y, I95i.
LAWBENCE .1 FRANK,
Aa Ancillary Admrnlatrator
c.T.a of the Estate "t
BAM I H VNK,......
I 2I-2K 2/4-11_________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CJRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR,
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522
BERTHA 8KALKA, Plaintiff,
\s.
JACK 8KALKA, Defend.....
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in JACK SKALKA
Mi- D lilumenthul
:,17 Edgley A vi
i llendalde, Pennaylvanla
>'i il are hereby required t..
copy of lour Answer to th,. lilli of
Complaint upon Plaintiff's attomev,
and to file your Original Answer In
the Office of the Clerk of this Court
on or before the llth day of Febru -
otherwiee, tin- Bin of Compla
for Divorce berecefore Bled eaainitt
you will in taken aa confessed bj \" -
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla I
day of .I.in
i: i: LEATHERMAN.
cl.i-k. circuit Court
I lade i 'ouniv. I'loi id.i
P. I' IAN COCRNOYEi:,
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Plaint lira Attornes
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PAGE 6 B Klutznick Will Attend German Claims Conference WASHINGTON. D.C.—Philip M Klutznick. president of B'nai B'rith. is attending the meetings of uled in Paris from Feb 2 to 6. B'nai B'rith headquarters here announced The Conference, of which B'nai B'rith Is a member organization. will discuss application of the funds it receives from the German Federal Republic for the material and cultural rehabilitation of Jewish victims ol Nazi persecution. It will also take up recommendations for further legislation that may bo necessary to redress Na Usual-Socialist wroi rjmtif ncridtori FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4.1955 THE TERCENTENARY STORY CopyrisM. 1*9*. by America J.-tsh Pr Text by DANIEL ELAZAR 17. Judah Touro llluitrotlor* by AURICE del BOURGo New Choral Group West Miami Jewish Center an*V l$OZ JUOAH TOUPO LtFT 4 ll*TMPiAC£ IN N£wPO*T ASP *-e\r rofftv oAH.eAAta.tvne*£ fit IMM4P'ATtLY POOA.DBD A J\J> %  %  •S •.-. KP£P c--, ~£ frif Ce 0ATT*£--Ar*** rue V*AK MS rt;SP€tts SSEATLY ASPi*mMi £*.'• i>* r*A*'TAg*f PuReosrf, IV 144* TOUXO OOHATtB MAim THK AtOMMY roAtrwt BUHKMMMMi. MOA/OA4**r AM IN ms WILL, THIS G*£AT HUMAMITAJtJAN i4>Pr MO*j£V FM TXt MMfCntW OP HOAAfS AHO />h*UP00otrrvtoWTne WALU OP *gXl/*AL*M-~ -ro CP£AT£ A MTW Cfry 15 Nominated for Posts On Beach Chamber Board Fifteen Miami Beach Chamber Loo 1 A phard Broad, ;rce members were n< tho Leo nan, Jules Gillette. August Geiger, Herbert Gimbel, Carl T. Hoffman. Burton S. KahJT, K D. Keefer. Renounces tho formation of a cm-1 o| Commerce members wwe nom SilU Cohen.^FreoUnd Crew ^ ^ ^^ ^ y ^ ^ munity choral group under the di-1 inated for five vacancies on r( Ction of Margaret and Ben YoChamber's board of governors last men. Plans are now under way for | week. Count of the primary election.] Mitchell Wolfson. Final ballots will bo cnunted Monday at the Miami Beach City Hall. an Americana Operetta to be presented in the near future, Center officials said. Rehearsals are at the Center every Tuesday evening. ballots gave the following Chamber members and made them nominees for the vacancies: Individual Community Must Find Answer To Desegregation Decision, AJC Says "Every community must find its 1 we were joined by five other naown specific answers regarding tional agencies and that the Washington chapter in cooperation with the techniques for implementing the Supreme Courtdecision requiring integration in the public x hools," according to a panel of discussants which appeared at an open forum sponsored by the ter M'ami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee last week at the Shelbournc hotel. Moderator was Or Kurt Peiser. chairman of the executive committee of the A.I Committee and a member of the board of the Dade other local groups had filed a brief in the District of Columbia cue These wore two of the five cases decided by t h e Supreme Court when it hold segregation unconstitutional Gets Courtesy Award For continuous courteous treatment of visitors to Miami Beach. Ladd Horvath received last week's County Council on Community Re, courtesy award of the Miami Beach Iations. Panel included: j Chamber of Commerce, according Rev. Edward W. I'llrich. Pastor. l0 'eo Efsenstein, committee chair' Robertson Memorial Church: Ifiss Marie Roberts, teacher. Booker T. Washington High School; and Hon. Joe Eaton, attorney and former Circuit Court judge. The panelists noted that white man. Horvath. of the Blackstono hotel, was nominated by lira Yvette Gluck Horvath. resides at 2601 S\V 34th avo. with his wife. Cecilia A winner is selected each week by nominating letter and is and Negro citizens have important %  presented with a $25 government business together in working out j savings bond for outstanding or the many problems which integracontinuing acts of courtesy to pertion will impose our community. ] sons wno wor k or reside in Miami They urged that "the months imj Beach. Eisinstein said. mediately ahead be a time for .sound thinking and planning by 1 the best people of both races. The | responsibility for legislative and administrative changes rests with the public officials, state and local, to whom we have entrusted the powers of government. In a deeper sense, however, the decision makers will be the private citizens who are actively involved in the lives of their communities.'* Richard Wolfson. the AJ Committee program chairman, reported on tho interest which AJC had in the problem of desegregation. He noted that the AJCommittee 'was proud of having contributed a brief amici in the Kansas before tho Supreme Court in which NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME MO N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nurie Supervision Mrs. Rita Fortman, Manager Phones 82-561* — 825417 •OJii **>* ^OOUST BROS HyJ, is'tnr nvsT' BUILD THAT PATIO with 0 10W COST TIME PAYMENT MERCANTILE *' NATIONAL SANK Ifc) of Miami •oach Member federal Drp.,.1 laureate (eraeretiea YOUR INCOME TAX J. E. MARQUA PREPARED CORRECTLY BY aam... .... FEDERA V< V *VV"V V V'V 'V" V*V'V'V> For the information of contributors to Israel causes in THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL, with all their resourcefulness, their energies and their dedication, are racing against time. Their economy must be stabilized, their waste areas must be settled, their irrigation projects completed, their immigrants of various cultural backgrounds integrated as quickly as possible. In a critical hour when the Arab nations refuse to lessen their hostility toward Israel, Israel's people know that tomorrow's tasks of development and stabilization must be accomplished today. The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is the major instrumentality through which Americana have* always supported Israel's people in their historic undertaking to build a free and democratic state. We therefore call upon all of Israel's frienda to put forth greater effort than ever in I'JA's behalf and to give to the 19SS United Jewish Appeal priority in timing over all other philanthropic efforts aiding Israel. WARRANTED AND UNWARRANTED CAMPAIGNS There are other authorized agencies, with established records of constructive work in Israel, that can claim support from the American public. But none of them surpass the importance of the United Jewish Appeal to the future of Israel's people. The Jewish Agency for Palestine, with the approval of the Israel Government, and in response to requests from the organized Jewish community in the United States, set up in 1949 a Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns. This Committee passes on the validity and general usefulness of all proposed campaigns for institutions and projects in Israel. On occasion, new campaigns for limited purposes have been launched by individuals and organizations. Some of these have put forth claims not always warranted by facts and have requested support out of proportion to their importance. WHEN IN DOLBT The Committee on Control and Authorisation of Campaigns Will shortly publish its 1965 list of authorized campaigns. I U1 sue,, a list „ puhlishal. uh0never yo „ are in ^^ wHU fo thcJI. A rSM AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns, 16 East 66th St.. New York City. Meanwhile, in thi, hour of tention and foreboding for fSTMf J people, „ contribution to the IMTED JEWISH APPEAL is -jrfMfe. thot under no circum.t.nce. ,ci7. their friends let ifcem i7h',hl ',7 ^1 Ih *" %  4m ~*-~ '— concornod tar I ." f dem rraCy nd ui,h *• A'" •/ hraal-tha Middle bast s great experiment in freedom. in Greater Miami The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is supported by COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL



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)AY. FEBRUARY 4. 1955 +Jen/stinr>rMtog7 round Broken for New 163rd Street opping Center; Parking for 3,500 Cars [ The 163rd Street Shopping Cmwill become the outstanding Uping center in the country as III as the largest regional shopcenter in South Florida," iuc! Friedland, chairman of the rd of Food Fair Stores, Inc., (dieted Friday at the groundLkim.' ceremonies of the shop[ nter in North Miami Beach. I c no doubts about the moot the Shopping Center," dland staled, "in view of the that we have signed up such >r luminaries in the retail to IK' part of or center. have brought together lead[ national chain stores in the cenBS well as our own outstanding Bailment store in South Florida, friine s. to form the nucleus of |,,i will >hortly be one of the -i IK ;.utiful shopping centers in Tinted States." venng about 50 acres between and 15th aves. in the northsection of Dade County, the Ippintf center is being sponsored Food Fair Stores, Inc. Food Stcres now number over 200 crmarkets in seven states along Eastern Seaboard. Kurt I'eiser, president of the vly-tormed shopping center, anInced that the center to date signed Rurdine's, Food Fair, J. 1 '• uney. Woodworth's, Three I A. S. Beck, Chandler's, Iff Shoes, Woodrow's, Walk's, Rickford's and Arnold's to vi'te the nucleus of the center, veil as the variety of smaller res "which will make it ^cmcly pleasant and convenient a housewife to obtain every f.vity of life which modern ppin^provides." The center [provide for the parking of over D ran in the parking area. A of thioe-to-one has been Shopping Center, Inc.. include Dr. Peiser, president, Maloff, vice president, and Howard Jacobsen, secretary treasurer. lohn 1. MacCoffum MacCallum Named Community Bank Vice President C. L. Clements, Sr„ president of the Community National Bank of Bal Harbour, announced that at a stockholders' meeting John J. Macstained in order to make pos-! Callum was elected vice president, -hopping without any delay, and all other officers and members center will have the largest i of the Board of Directors were restore of its kind in South Florelected. containing approximately 25,square leet. It will be one of |most beautiful and attractive tlings in the Food Fair chain. lie architects in charge, GamPownall and Gilroy, "have ie an outstanding piece of Dr. Peiser added, "in defing a most modern center us%  | he mall system in order to tide ID easy and simple means going from store to store. A |e overhang will protect all pprrs lrom inclement weather. Iry -tore will be air conditioned will be attractively decorated, fying out a continuity of dethroughoul the entire center." i and specifications for all the -tores will be given out to 1 shortly for competitive Future plans for the shopcenter call for completion of -tores by October of 1956. MacCallum's election increases the number of vice presidents to four, the others being Catchings Therrel, Kenneth C. Gifford and C. L. Clements. Jr. F. Lowry Wall is chairman of the board, and J. G. Gibbs is cashier. The president of Jhe Community National Bank also announced that there had been an increase of 40 per cent in new accounts opened since the establishment of the institution in its new, permanent building at 96th st. and Collins ave. this past December. MacCallum, who had served as assistant vice president since the bank's opening in February. 1954, is a native of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, and received his education at St. Michael's College and the University of Toronto. Prior to moving to Miami and joining the Community National Bank at the time of its formation, MacCallum Harbour Rotary Club and is active in civic enterprises. ihers present at the groundaking ceremonies were: North, mi Mayor Dan Diefenbach. I was assocla,ed with the Guaranty 1 Gor. director, zoning board, \ Trust Co. of New York for 23 or Abe Aronovitz, Joe Wohl! years. Indent of Three Sisters, George MacCallum is a member of Bal f'lten. president of Burdines, race Cordes, vice president of ['"it's, J. Allen Brown, rental N for the 163rd Street Shop|K Center, Clinton Gamble, presiJt of (iamble. Pownall and Gilarchitects for the Center, pis Stein, president of Food Fair F*s. Inc., Abraham Maloff, inch manager of Food Fair res of Florida, Harold Friedli < i' rcctor o{ store operations, J?" r Stores of Flo "d. and ard Jacobacn, comptroller of %  a Fair Stores of Florida. f cers of the 163rd Street MERCANTILE NAtlONAl Nk o> M.ono B.oih Mnil geoetit taMtests V I V < ''^' *VV*'^*'V*V'V < MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCRUM SERVICE ALIEN I. PAMHSH, 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3-5491 PAGE 11 A LEGAL NOTICE Miami Beach winter residents Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaplan will be honored at a testimonial dinner on Mar. 6 by Yeshiva Torah Vodaath, Theological Seminary in Brooklyn, N.Y. Chairman of the dinner will be Samuel Reinhard. Shown planning the affair with the Kaplans is Rabbi P. Briskman (right), Professor of Talmud at the Seminary. Dr. Davis Opens Living Book Series A dinner for historians of the South Florida area Sunday night will launch Temple Emanu-El's second annual Living Book series, Rabbi Irving Lehrman announced Wednesday. The Temple's spiritual leader is director of the program of four lecture-discussion sessions on Jewish history, education and culture which will be held on successive Monday nights this month. Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will speak at Sunday's dinner, scheduled for 6 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. David Levinson, co-owner of the hotel and chairman of the Temple Emanu-El program committee, will be host at the function. Historians, active members of the South Florida Historical Association and professors of history at the University of Miami will be among the guests. The following night. Dr. Davis will talk on "Three Centuries of American Judaism" at the first program of the Living Book series. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, will deliver the convocation address for the series on Monday night. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to ena i.ii-in.-.-under the fictitious name ol SHOREWOOD APTS. at IOO-3Z4 South Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register raid name with th.Clerk of th.Circuit Court ..i 1 >.• •)• County, Florida BAM I BEL8KY ELSIE s BEL-SKY ARONOVITZ IRONOVTTZA CAIDIN Att. i foi s.iui .1. Belak) and H Belak) 2/4-1118-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to • linage In business undei the ime of It 4II TAVERN, ai Soil S W. Und Avenue, Intends t" aM name I with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f l lade County Florida KITH M WEISS (So Ownei I HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant I'.'.IV Weal Flagta Street 2/4-11 -l IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 19771 RE: BUT ATE OP ISAAC ROHENUARTEN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE i" hereby given that l have filed mi rinal report and petition for Final Dierharge u ISxecutor of the .•Mute of ISAAC KliSK.MIAHTKN, d. 'i. and thai on the 711> oaj of March, I :•...'., I win appl\ to the Honorable W. f HI, ANTON. County Judge "f Dade County, Florida, for approval of amid final report and for final discharge as Executor <.i the ti il ISAAC ROHENUARTEN, This iial day of January. 19 CHARLES Rl "HENGARTEN AARON M KANNER Attomej for Charles ttoaengarten 86 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE OlRCUIT COURT OF THE fc.LEVfc.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160 DOROTHY M WHITE, Plaintiff, \ B, EARLE R WHITE, i •• rendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I EARLE I! v\ KITE, i Ridge Avel .i. New Jei -*> You aie hereby notified thai %  H I of ( omptalnt tor Dlvuree. IM i Hied against you, and you ai • reI quired to • opy of your Answer [or Pleading lo the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, MEH HE1MA.N A KAPLAN, Mil Beybold Building, Miami. Florida, ami fil.> the original Answer oi Pleading in off,,.of the cierk <.f the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day off March, IM>6 If you fall lo do ao, Judgment b] default will be taken against \< i for the relief demanded In 11 %  •Bill of Complaint. This notice .-hail I..pubUahad lonce each w.-.-k tor four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH H.(HUMAN DONE AM' ORDERED al Miami, Florida, thi.s nth daj of January, A.D. IMS. K. B. L-EATHERMAN, I l-rk, Circuit Court. I hoi.County, Klorlda B] M C, GREEN, (Clrcull < !oui t Heal) i lepul i ('ler-t MYERS, HE1MAN KAl'l.AN, A i toi ti.-> for Plaintiff Beybold Building, Miami, Florida .' I-11-1S-23 Dr. Mothe Davit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERET1Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desh ina t" engage in business under 'h* fJrtTtlous name of HA\ is JEWELRY ,. LOAN CO., at Ml I North Mi.mi Ave., Miami M, intends to res/later said name with the Cleik of th.Circuit Curt of lu.1. County, Elorl.la El'OENE E HOMMERH, Sole Owner M. LESTER s \ A I. Attorney for Applicant 112 Blacayne Bidg. 2/I-11-1S-2.1 earn mil dividend f NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176320 EM MA LIT A ELIZABETH Ki-'I'li, Plaintiff, \ ,|i '-I.IM K". 'I'll; i i,r. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH KOCL'R ..Holl) sti.-.-t .in. N.w York You. joseuh Kocui, are hi I .. i. .a ..i Complaint loi in. tieen filed against you. gg ^"-i ui'*i.-.|ulr.-ii to servt a oopi "i a Pleading lo the Bill of i mii .ui the plalntifl Attorney. BEN ESSEN, Esq., I'll S.y hold Bidg., Miami filou for the relief demanded In the inn pi Complaint, DONE AND URDEREI) al .Miami. Florida, this 2nd da) of February, AH K R LEATHERMAN i*i*-rK. Clrcull Court, l lade l "ount) Iloi Ida U} JOAN I I ll'RNi il ER (Circuit Court Seal) Deput) Clerk BEN EHSEN Attorne) foi Plaintiff mil .-.,% bold Bidg .Miami. Florida : %  4-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the und.-r.HiKn. ii. deslrlna to engage business under th^ fictitious name* of II II BERNEY INMl'RANCE, HAROLD II BERNEY INHl'RANCE, II. II. BERNEY INSURANCE AGENCY, HAROLD II BERNEY 1NHCRANCB AGENCY, H. II BERNEY AGENCY, HAROLD H. BERNEY AQENC1 rz W. l-'laci.-i si. intends t" register -aid nami with the Clerk off the Cui mt Court of Dade County, Florida. HAItol.n H. BERNEY, sol.Owner HERMAN I. BKKTAN Attorn.-y for Applicant ;. %  W Flaglei St. i. l -ll-ll U days Sara lcrrrja or small sums non-speculativs, non-flucraating. liberal earnings plus safety of principal insured to $10,000 Accounts opened or added to by February 10th wilt •mm 2/ Q dividend from February 1st u flBSRll muss AIM LOAN ASSOCIATION ltd LMC01N NOA0 •ISimnKXT • MM COUNtt AVENUE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEKEBY CIVEN that the und.i siKii.-d. denlrlng to engaae in liUHlnesM under the fictitious name of COMMERCIAL. LAND8CAPERS, at IMS ath St.. Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY TF:LI.ER ANTON M, KRONENBURG HAROLD TANNKV Attorney for Applicants 1009 Security Bidg. • J/4-11-18-S5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. VfgMt BKRYB 1). WOHLFARTH. Plaintiff ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT J. WOHLFARTH I'. O. Box 41 ColdeKklll. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for IMvorce IIHH been filed agaiiiNt you and you are required to serVe a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the Plaintiff's Attorney. Irwln H. Fliterfas. Suite 20* Terminal Bulldlna;, Coml Oablea, iHtde County, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit on or before the 7th day of March, IS.'..'., otherwise the Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein wUl be taken an confessed by you. Dated at Coral Warden. Dade County, F'lorida, this 2nd day of February, 1S56. B. B. LEATHFIRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 2/4-U-1I-85



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1Trn vrr BR UARY 4,1955 *Jelstnr*k*„ PAGE 3 B fewish Community Center Notes abhi Morris A. Skop. of the "cables Jewish ten er will d th0 fourth session of Opera MOE. the leadership train"course for young adult groups LTred by the Young Adult Lj sh council of South Florida. dop ting the theme of 'Mak, Organizations Effective.' Lbbi Skop"* session will be enl,',l "Whal Vou Are and Why." a Mission ol Judaism for the mod, y 0U ng adult. The session will held Monday evening, Feb. 7, In,,. Town Brandy &f Operation MOE." is the co-orpating body of Jewish young ult organizations in this region. fj,,.,. „| the Council are Berk-il Jaffe, president; Fred BerL vice president; Doris Rabino1 ? corresponding secretary; Dixon. recording secretary; Elaine Schwartzman, treasinnual invitational ball of the Later Miami Jewish Community || be held on Saturday I | I 19, at the Town Inch il was announced by Stui neral chairman of erving en the central planning (imittee arc Bernard Weksler, and distribution of tickets; i Bernard Weksler, arrangef,tand decorations; Lou Stein, .. and hostesses; Mesdames Jess Phil Schiff, sale and dislutioii ol tickets at the Flagler Inaila Jewish Community CenMesdames Solomon Kann and puWeiner, sale and distribuj of tickets at the Beach Branch; adames Leo Glasser and Ruth [enthal, -ale and distribution of tat the Town Branch. Itherserving on the commitare Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross, Elaine Haidt, Mrs. Al DanMr-. George Spivack. • • Juke Box Dance" for teen agers J be held at the Town Branch on Isday, Feb. 8. "Youth Council nonsoring this affair to raise necessary funds for a new le curtain," it was revealed by na Cohen, president of "Y" Incil • lotel Schepp Nachos," an origfarcc In three acts, which was Iten by the Golden Age Group Ihe Town Branch, Greater Mi[JewLs h Community Center, will Ineer Women's Group ieavy Schedule Continued from Pag* 1 B rate this anniversary. Club 11 Mhering in the Wolfman home. Drexel ave., on Saturday evet r'eb 12. for a "Hamisha Aser % vat party Cantor and Mrs. ie! Lutman will present the 1 ntertainment. our members of Club I are go'" vij.it Israel in March. They be the honor guests at a bon &-' dinner sponsored by Club I Sunday evening, Feb. 13. at the Tfilah Congregation. Mrs. '• Beckerman. Mrs. Henry Seit|Mrs. Sonia Goldberg and Mrs. puel Liff, accompanied by Mr. German and Mr. Seitlin, will 111 hand the results of the prica Pioneer Women's efforts i their sister organiza 1 rael, the Working Worn < ouncil, who operate vocal training schools and farms, penes and kindergartens, rehalation centers and youth vilbe presented on Saturday evening, Feb. 5, af the Center auditorium, 450 SW 16 ave., it was announced by Henry Garison, president of the group. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Rose Schlivek and Jerry Schulman and will star members of the Golden Age Friendship Group. Among those taking part in the play are Mr. and Mrs Louis Still man, Mrs. Sarah Harrisburg, Mrs. Minnie Rubenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub. Mr. Rudolph Koses. Mrs. Minnie Steiglitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Blumenson, Mrs. Hyman Kam, Mrs. Harriet Zin> merman, Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg. Harry Zicree, Mrs. Anna LeVrfe. Omega Delta Psi elected new officers Thursday evening. Phyllis Shampanier is advisor. Named were Brona Cohen, president; Bobbie Kammerman, first vice president; Sharri Zack, second vice president; Fran Brenner, recording secretary; Ann Elovitz, corresponding secretary: Lillian Rubin, assistant corresponding secretary. Wanda Steinberg, treasurer; Iris Haber, assistant treasurer; Su.-an Amberson, membership officer; | Brenda Hochman, chaplain: Bunny Resenaon, historian parliamentar inn; Sandy Hollander, sergeant at arms. • • • Beginner's class in Bridge was recently started at the Town Branch, and will meet for a series of eight lessons Monday nights under the supervision of Mrs. Jasper Cromer. • • • Slimnastics class for women with emphasis on beauty and health is being started at the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The class is open to all adult women and meets on Thursdays at 8 p.m. In charge of the activity is Robert Wollman, who is in charge of physical education at North Beach Elementary School. Wollman has a Masters degree from New York University and has been with the Dade County school system for some four years. MIAMI BEACH'S MOST UAUTIfUl DINING IOOM BIRD THt FABULOUS ONt f RICE DINHCK All MIAMI BIACH IS TALKING AtOUT Serving from 5 a.m. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formerly LaRue) 1111 Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Just East ol Alton Rand Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 Member Diner*' Club Candle-Light Inn 3U1 COMMODORE PIAZA, COCONUT 6R0VE "" ,ron '1 o.m. to tt p.m. Your Moeto—Sidney Jncobe, *m Leitton ''•veto Ftrty INOI for Iwoatwfs Ktef Uni CaettoMs Serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1 JO Of PARKING STAC! FOR RISIlVATIOItt CAU 4t41f4 For the second year. FlaglerGranada Center, affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is offering a course in Jewish history under the leadership of John J. Appcl on Monday nightat 8:30 p.m. Subject of this years -enes of iestures is "Modern Jewish History as Reflected Through Great Personalities." The course deals with Israel Besht and the rise of chassidisna, Mo.seMendelssohn and the liberal movement, Theodore Herzl and the Jewish State, Chaim Weizman and the birth of a Jewish na tion, Mordecai Noah, Jews in young America, Emma Lazarus and mass immigration to the U.S., Sidney Hillman and the economic structure of L'.S. Jewry. Pallot Named Secretary E. Albert Pallot, of Miami Beach, was this week named to represent District 5 Grand Lodge, on the B'nai B'rith service committee for he Armed FortePhilip M. Klutznick, international B'nai B'rith president, revealed that Pallot was ippointcd secretary to the committee. Cemetery Association Moves Local Offices Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, through its president, Theodore J. Sakowitz, this week announced the removal of offices to 609 Seybold bldg., Miami. The association, which owns and operates Mt. Sinai Memorial Park and the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery, also announced the appointment of Samuel Vogelbaum as temporary director. Information concerning the cemeteries may be obtained by calling Sakowitz or Vogelbaum at 9-6918. To Address Hebrew Teachers Tzvi Scharfstcin. author and educator, will address the Hebrew TeacherAssociation of Greater Miami at a meeting Saturday evening in Temple Beth Sholom. .: %  .., ...:' 2 Special Attention to All Social Function* S SMsKti ON THt OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned Centrally Heofed Dittary laws tlrktly observed HOTEL POOL CABANAS Where Superlative Kosher Dinners %  re serves' omidsi • distinctive atmosphere or charm one) culture Far Reservation* Phone UN 6-1131 n i assM B %  I HAVING A P*RT)f7 Vf HAVF JWf fCOO I S^fROSEDALE ^COMPLETE CATElHwGStgVia; 170 N.W. 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PAGE 2 B Tween-Age' Affairs Slated •Tween-age" Saturday night social program, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and Beth David Congregation, will continue for the next several months, meeting on alternate Saturday nights at Beth David auditorium. The present program, which has been serving approximately 60 *Jewi$t'fk> ridri&r b"•<*" '. '" RecJot$ %  • you will be presented with a copy of "The B-x* !S ;, Containing 500 ko-hr:iand! a Forcw. cookery. rolling .11 lh ill,,, about 2 ntfh. i:iples of Reco rd eataMistad bj 19M Sail in B ind lies to individualnt B nine-year high m tha -tat.art II) according to an %  „.„„„,.,,„.,,. thiweek i rttrrj H l,.„l ( Oust) Savings Bon i chairman menta by recording gainset* Of 27 per cent or more, *hlU 17 counties reported |,' amounts than registered the • Dade County in the 12 „,,, accounted lor purchase* „ f 416.073 in Seriee K and 11 s v *l For the ui'i'"" chide rtick-to-the-riba h firsl roll on the cookie sheel The third roU 32 F lori d .1 comities Bonds, a plu10.5 per cam ch ,i„. M full quota aasign from the prior year ,-• &f ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• &f CHIN PROTEIN! \tr who/eiome1 food efemenls, fool r'n^dTwin hi;; Z Z*\** ;;;;;,,;,,>!,, ; i %  meeting on Saturday evening. Feb. meats and %  %  % %  nut and treated hkcu i-e Hms 1 5. Supervision is by Mrs. Dolores masts Stock the cookie jar so tha the topi %  rlth B mixture "I sUgBd Pearl, with the assistance of Bady tfte V()UIlr ,.. aadwaterte %  Quintar and I'hyllts Shampanier. ^^ ^ v ,,,, .„ ,,. m]lk or Utet a< lUuw n,>n\millnA itf n'11'olll. Advisory committee of parents includeMrs. Sam Leviten, Mrs. Robert Nedbor, Mrs. Rose Schriedell and Mrs. Irving Hugel. Participating in this program are Roberta Rabinowitz. Jane Safer. Toby Lerner, Sheila White, Helen Goldstein. Shirley Rachline, Susan Fishman. Linda Dressier, Jackie Cramman, Susan Gordan, Judith Hyams,. Carolyn Weinklc. Arlene Badanes. Diane Gale, Sandy Schwartz, Rita Kaplan, Harvey White. Michael Hendelson, Jay Baum. Allan Miller. Allan Rose, Ira Pozen. Warren Berney, Berry Covin. Martin Gans, Lester Green. Ronald Friedman. Arthur Lazarus, Donald Bogish, Linda Schwartz Susan Zuckerman, Roberta Daum, Zelda Fleishman, Elaine August, Susan Schwartzman, Adel kindi Kleiman, Judith Kaiser, Harriett Cream malted drinks when they come 111 from school or outdoor play Keep the emergencj shell In the pantrj filled with ome of the n .. %  1,ia iia 1 h '... separat1 |uii .." % %  c Kiling. Removt fro n pan whi n c il I K %  tps well in a tin box with wax paper or for bakmg a cake on the run alter JJJ^ ^ ^ m ^ ^ that phone call from visitorto town you haven't seen in a dozen ; Now |,„ ,, recipe for a heart] [winter-time soup thai 1traditional • I BROWN KASHE it satisfying •""*- tut less roffeniitgf Its tempting roasted nutlike flavor of 100% reof buckwheat makes it welcome at a side-dish...in stuff ingsl DEUCIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY'* AISO fNlOY WOiWt CSIAMY KHtNBM...OfllGMm*' lucKWHtAr c*ir$ r o* cf f *i AND r UODINCS years. Holiday Komishbrodt 1 cup sugar 2 3 cun vegetable shortening 3 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla •j cup each chopped nuts -hredded coconut 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 tea-poon salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 'i cup preserves (your favorite sugar and sh irtening. and Gordan. Joan Brown. Elaine Don1 Add eggs and cream an I heat well. nir-tag. Sharon Hugel. Naomi in Jewish families 1 r.o m manj partot the world: Lentil Soup l'j to 2 pounds -oup meat 2 quarts cold water 1'; cups lentils 1 carrot, diced 2 stalks celerj. diced 1 medium size potato, diced 1 onion, cut into for easj flo ol .juiceSail to Minced par-ley Bring meal and water to a quick boil, SMIII carefully. Arid the other Stir in vanilla Sift together Hour, ingredients in tin order listed and sail and baking powder and stir cook over reduced heal l l 2 hours into the firsl mixture till smooth. <>r till meal 1tendei Servi hoi The dough should be compact with added minced parslej [or garRubin, Susi S< %  : Larrj Bayer, enough to pal or form inl 1 a ball, nish. 1 rackers, Matza |uares or Ed Leviten, Sydnej Schriedell, Jay Divide into 3 parts. Roll the lir-t tin) biscuits go well with this -oup. '... ,•,,,,, n i' Part into a rectangle 1 to 'inch Serve the meat, too S n %  6 to 8. Mdler, Ed Lumblad, Ronnie Gort hick „,,, ^ whh lh( pn ,. variation 1: Omit potato but add dan. David Kaplan. Arthur Sher. serves. Fold over lengthwise twice, 4 cup fine or medium barley. Ronald Jacobson, Stanley Friedto make three thteknesses. Pal Variation 2: Add %  cup thick erg Peter Ostrowsky Stephen w ,n ,ne fhlgers to make an even tomato puree, fresh or canned. 15 Horowitz, Kenneth Toppell, Mike !""'' %  Place <>n a ^-e.,-,,1 and minutes before serving time, to 1 lightly floured cookie sheet. Roll either Basic Recipe or Variation 1. Uolfson. Eric Copenhagen, Mich, oul ho socnnii >( cll(in (lf dough A tablespoon of brown sugar addTropp, Michelle Drasner. Dale Handshu, Linda Dressier, Jenirose ael Rice. and sprinkle with chopped nuts. to the flavor. FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pure — Harmless — Economical Non-Fattening 'Bachelor Ball* Held By Beach Masada Miami Beach Masada, Young Adult Zionist District, presented its "Bachelor Ball" on Sunday night. Scene of this year's affair was the Hotel Monte Carlo Pro ceeds, according to Marcclla Waldstein, fund raising chairman, will be earmarked for Masada's local and overseas projects. Assisting Miss Waldstein on preparations were Sybil Kaplan. 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LjUDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 19SS +Jewlst>ncrAMam PAGE 7 B Booklet Issued On Procedure For Complaint WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Presidents Committee on Govern, ( n l contract* issued a booklet | t h %  < wee* containing instructions L procedures for filing complaints where racial discrimination is allied in work done on Federal fcontracts. ...... while emphasizing that the comImittee expects contractors to com %  plv with the non-discrimination V| l U >, in Federal contracts this Jpublieation states that It recognizes there will be complaint* of Iviolations The purpose of this Ipublication is to facilitate the %  handling of any complaints of disIcnmination which may arise in Connection with any Federal activiIticComplaints may be filed in writIj,. %  with the President's Committee IonGovernment Contracts in Wash lington by any individual or organlization with knowledge of the faillure ol a contractor to comply with [the m n discrimination clause in his {contract. The complaint should include [the names and address of the com, MI. the name of the contrac|t iihe nature of the alleged discriminatory action and should provide as detailed a description of [the circumstances as possible. On pt of the complaint the PresiI dent'committee forwards it to the %  appropriate government contract II agency for investigation and I I correct ion of any violations. Both uplamant and the contractor be notified on the conclusion of the proceedings. Lear School Students Pick Solomon President General Organization of the School held semi-annual elections Friday at the school auditorium Named lo head the student body I for the coining semester are Valane Solomon, president; Midge I Ashbach, vice president; Florence Boderman. treasurer; and Adele Deyn, secretary. The new officers scheduled a | dance in honor of Dee Finkelstein, outgoing president, for last Friday evening at the Carribean hotel. 'Personalized Papetries' Revealed as Service Rita H. Bukstel this week announced the opening of a new service featuring "Personalized Papetries." A Miami resident for over 20 years, Mrs. Bukstel revealed that her service will include personalized stationery, postcards, informal, napkins, towels, matchbooks and various gift suggestions. A major feature of "Personalized Papetries" will be wedding announcements, she said. Mrs. Bukservice is at 1055 NW 128th ter She is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University ol Michigan. tosh for tht thenlul MUM an* vmow lubtl One Mother fells Another4 "ITS THE REAL TMNSi" Mothers OLD-FASHIONIft GEFILTE FISN .... JMWwvi __ — I T fr njii lUfckawtf -HK-,NHiiss:w^cNrt l iu. PrtftdkM mm4 Children Are Program at Beth El Panel of experts reviewed the problem of prejudice and how it is developed in the child at the Feb. 3 meeting of Beth El Hebrew Academy PTA. Participating in the panel discussion on "Can We Innoculate Our Children Against Prejudice" were Dr. Dean George Epley, chairman, Human Relations Department, Miami University. Dr. Edward R. Amis. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, executive director, National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El Synagogue, acted as moderator. Preceding the discussion was a presentation of the human relations play "The Seed," which won a special award from the National 1 Conference of Christians and Jews. Mrs. John Temple is president of the PTA. Represent of ive in Talk Bar-Tall, political representative of the Histadrut of Israel, was guest speaker at the Miami Beach B'nai B*rith Lodge luncheon meeting on Tuesday noon at the Di Lido hotel. His subject was "Current Events in Israel." Have that Business Meeting, i Banquet, or Special Occasion f You'll find complete, facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for o wedding or a private party! Producers of Tetley Tea have obtained special certification for their famous product so that it may be wholeheartedly enjoyed in Jewish homes at Passover time, as well as the year around. Above is Orthodox Rabbi Jacob Cohen, spiritual leader of Congregation Ohev Sholom, Spring Valley, N.Y.. in the Tetley Tea Plant at New York. "Thorough inspection and observation proves Tetley Tea to conform to Dietary Law, for enjoyment in all Jewish homes for Passover and the year around," Rabbi Cohen said. ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY* APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE, M A I MARION C McCUNE M A I I IKS I MIAMI Carpet Laving and Repairing, RUOS CEEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S W. South River Drivo Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 ACE BUG CLEANERS rtJHNlttJRE CLEANING Bay-Bee Diaper 'nt^-Hi m 1 AMI S riiir An fxefosfre Laundry tf Ohpws one" Baby Cleffcei 1111 M.W. ie* Avmw III II DIM PHONE 9-SSf)



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fewiislh-IEIliDjpidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY I 29—Number 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955~ PRICE: TEN CENTS Structure on University Campus Hillel Hpg.se Dedication :duled (or Sunday Afternoon (completed structure of I B'rtth Hillel Foundation diversity of Miami will be on Sunday, Feb. 6, at i Leading personalities of Ih on the local, state, and level will be present to he ceremonies. Irthur J. Lelyveld, Nallel director, will give the ner, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, Mr. Joseph Kogos, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Appreciation will be expressed to Mr. Sidney Aronovitz, president of the Hillel Advisory Council, who has spearheaded the entire fund retains and building effort. Jerome Egypt Hangs Jews Sentenced to Die For 'Zionist Espionage' Despite U.S., British Appeals Lodged With Nasser LONDON (JTA>— Two Jews sen-j do nothing which would exaceraddress. Louto Ossinsky, Adelman. chairman of the building rtona Beach, ~Fla., presi)isirict Grand Lodge No. j ring greetings from the Representing the Nation[ Commission will be Julian, of Portsmouth. Va.' kter Miami area will be pd by Miami Beach Mayor %  kapiro. Mayor Abe Arono-! liami. and Coral Gables j kve Henricks. (Kovner, former Hillel AdBuncil president, under | linistration the building las started, will serve as chairman. He will be ly Dr. Donald Michelson,' )>f the Hillel Foundation. | IF. W. Pearson, president diversity of Miami, donor I pent plot of ground upon i Hillel House stands, will t.s* the assembled guests, leduled to celebrate the |on of the new Hillel Friday evening services, |t the CM campus site, and Dixie highway. Rabbi Iwill officiate, with Dr. assisting. Honored will lowing for their assisthuilding fund: Fruchtman, who gave in which services will pamuel Friedland, donor ; Mr. and Mrs. David Hio presented the new with its lobby; Baron .Mr.MT, who will accept Itinn of tne library in the late John Meyer; [Mrs Carl Weinkle. in |or the music room will ed. Je honored are Mr. and Golden, Mrs. Ida Optcommittee, will receive similar recognition, along with Mrs. Optner, Nathan Adelman, Morris Alpert and Alvin Kornblum. "This is a community-wide project costing in excess of $150,000 spearheaded by B'nai B'rith," Aronovitz said, "but really constitutes a community effort for which Miami can be well proud." Aronovitz also noted that the new Hillel House is one of the few buildings in the area, dedicated to Jewish activity, "that has been constructed exclusively for that purpose." Principal speaker Rabbi Lelyveld is a member of the executive committee of the American Zionist Youth Commission. He is also founder of the National Federation of Temple Youth and was at one time editor of the "Youth Continued on Page 2 A KmbU Arthur J. lel Y v*U > tenced to death by an Egyptian ; military court for "Zionist espionage" were hanged in Cairo early this week. Their execution was announced to the public by the hoisting of a big black flag over the prison. The press and the public were barred from the hangings. The two executed men were Dr. Moshe Marzouk, aged 29, and Shmuel Azzar, aged 26. They were among the 13 Jewish defendants tried in Cairo on charges of "sabotage and espionage" on behalf of Israel. Of the remainder, two received life sentences, four were given long prison terms and two were acquitted. Two others left Egypt before the mass arrests took place. The London press, reporting the hangings, expressed surprise that the Egyptian Government had ignored "a considerable volume" of international appeals for clemency. It is understood that such appeals were made, among others, by the governments of the United States and Britain whose diplomatic representatives in Cairo urged Egypt to adopt a humane attitude Confused Loyalty Program Pinpointed By Ladejinsky and Monmouth Cases By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON — Is Anti-Semitism a factor in government loyalty decisions based on anonymous accusations and the arbitrary judgment of individual security officers? With this question in mind, Jewish organizations are attempting to evaluate the portents of the Wolf Ladejinsky, Abraham Chasanow, and Fort Monmouth cases. Con>f Chile's Ben Cohen Proves tartling Saga at United Nations (ARTHUR LEWIS JTA NATIONS—In the reof the Secretariat, Secretary General, Dag bold, has just carried nk of Assistant Secretary is abdlishefl, but, in its Tank of Under Secretary weed. Ben Cohen, who Ihest Jewish official at Nations, was an Assistiry General; now, he is Secretary. more to this than a biames, and actually Mr. {changed his job as well, lused to be on the tenth le glass and steel tower lit is on the 33rd floor— [be said that he has gone [world. Actually, all he move from being head f—k's Issue Mew* la Review Oreaan Senator ReKfliMl Directory Society of one important department to being head of another important department. Ever since the United Nations began, Mr. Cohen has been head of the Department of Public Information. In fact, he set it up; he was loaned by the Chilean Government to the preparatory commission in the early days and planned the present department and then stayed on to run it. Now, he is the head of the Department of Trusteeship and Information from Non-Self Governing Territories, a prominent official of which used to be Dr. Ralph Bunche. the Nobel Peace Prize Winner. As the Department of Public Information was his "baby" so to speak, Mr. Cohen was sorry to leave it and said so at a huge farewell party given to him by his staff. At the same time, he was looking forward to his new job, to the challenge of the great work which the Trusteeship Department does, so that his emotions at the time "of the reorganization of the Secretariat were mixed. sideration is now being given to instances in which Jews, particularly those born in Europe, are being turned down for some strategic jobs without being told why. Jewish organizations are aware that government workers like Ladejinsky, Chasanow and the Fort Monmouth Jewish employees have a chance to fight to clear their names. But they also know that rejected applicants for government employment or turned-down foreign applicants for U.S. visas may never learn what hit them. In such cases no explanation is given, nor is one required under the present loyalty structure. Individuals in the government are considered guilty until they can prove themselves innocent. This reverses the Western tradition which upholds a man's innocence until the government proves him guilty. Joseph F. Barr, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, has condemned the securityprogram as "completely inadequate in that it leaves the door wide open for individual prejudices to confuse what should be a cold appraisal of any given case." He warned that the Ladejinsky case "just scratched the surface of cases where anti-Semitism has been the prime factor in the removal of certain individuals as security risks." "What we have seen in the Ladejinsky case," Barr pointed out, "can be seen with equal clarity in the case of Abraham Chasanow and in the case of those innocent men who were thrown out of their jobs at Fort Monmouth." "This no longer seems to be a coincidence," he said. "One might even say that there appears to be such a relationship between these cases as calls for renewed vigilance Continued on Page 3 A Jtirph Bmrr bate the Arab-Israel situation. Israel Embassy circles here expressed appreciation Wednesday of the "sympathy and understanding" shown by many Britons for the two young Jews who were executed. Many members of the British Parliament personally cabled during the last few days to Egyptian Premier Col. Gamel Abdul Nasser appealing for commutation of the sentences. In Jerusalem, a tense Parliament I rose to its feet in a two-minute silent tribute to the two Jews hanged in Cairo following their conviction by a military court on charges of "espionage" in behalf of Israel. The House rose after Premier Moshe Sharett made a statement denouncing the executions. "The Israel nation and the Jewish people everywhere and seekers \ of justice and peace throughout the world heard with anger and moral indignation the dreadful news of the execution of Dr. Moshe Marzouk and the schoolmaster Shmuel Azzar who died a martyr's and death this morning,'" the Premier declared. "The number of Jewish victims of the odious trial in Cairo has now reached four. One died under torture, one according to the Egyp-. tian authorities took his own life, 'and two were put to death this morning. Let us rise in their memory," Mr. Sharett said, "and conj vey to their families expressions of our deep-felt sympathy. "The Egyptian junta," the Pre%  mier continued, "has resolved to I attempt to strengthen its position | as against its rivals from within as | well as its opponents abroad by spilling Jewish blood. Many regimes have in the past adopted this same criminal means, and in the end sealed their own doom. Egypt has chosen to revenge itself on the Jews in whose hearts there was a longing for Israel. These victims have been sacrificed to that same bloody assault launched against Israel from the moment of its establishment, and which Egypt's rulers continue to this day to maintain by all means at their disposal." After the deputies had stood in silence for two minutes, Mr. Sharett voiced the Israel Government's "profound appreciation" for the efforts made throughout the world to save the condemned Jews. "The INTERNATIONAL LEADERS HEAR REPORTS Bond Mobilixation Conference Reveals Tally OF $6,187,000 in Independence Issue Sales Sales of $6,187,000 announced at the closing session of the first International Mobilization Conference for Israel at Miami Beach this week inaugurated the 1955 paign for State of Israel Bonds in 27 countries on three continents. After three days of deliberation against a background of growing tension in the Middle East, more than 800 delegates from Western Europe, Latin America, Canada and the United States voted to provide Israel with the economic strength to withstand the heightened Arab campaign of boycott and blockade against her. The International Conference, held at the Fontainebeau hotel camJ Saturday night and Sunday, was stimulated in its final action by a cable from Prime Minister Moshe Sharett, who characterized it as "another decisive step forward in Israel's progress towards economic independence." State of Israel Bonds, which first went on sale in the United States on May 1, 1951 and subsequently were issued in other parts of the Continued on Page 5 A



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. *. • **JT ***" PAGE 4 A +JeirtnorfdKHL FRIDA Y.FEBRUARY, wJenisr fieriJ&n p ubli h d --, me., .i- m,. ;. ,.-!.; OFFICE and PLANT %  120 N. E. Sixth Street Off.c* o( Mumi. Fla.. under the Act of Marsh 1*. • Tht Jewiah Flor.iJian hat aOort>ed the Jew;h Unix and th, Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate, wondwide Ntwi Service. National EditeViai Association. Amer. -an Association of Enonah-Jewish Newspaper*. Florid* Press Association. £77 S U B i C RIP T One Year 3.00 0N RATES Two Veare M %  FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Vo ume 2 g LEO MINDLIN News Editor The \P Hillel House Hillel House will dedicate its new building en the University of Miami campus on Sunday cfternoon. Feb. 6. National, as well as Florida end local leaders, will attend the dedication of the SI50.000 structure at Miller rd. and Dixie "highway. Honored will be a persevering group of pioneer Miamians who realized the need of a Jewish center of learning and culture in a growing community and on a rapidly expanding university campus—a group of individuals who remained hrm in their determination to see their dream through to realization despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. The new Hillel House will mean a host of things to many Jewish students at the U of M. The new qucrters will serve as a center of study, where the traditions of an ancient heritage can become part of the fabric of modern American living. Hillel House will also offer worthwhile leisure time activities and facilities to students, thus uniting the best in Jewish cultural identification •h secular university experience. As we see it. Hillel House will in addition iecome a symbol of inspiration both for the youth who will use its facilities and for those ..is community who have foreseen its need end given so generously to assure its fruition. This is a truly noble effort in the name of American Judaism. B'nai B'rith is, of course, the motivating force behind the new Hillel House. But the Greater Miami Jewish community is :o be applauded for the part it has played through the local Hillel Council in sponsoring end bringing to completion the new structure en the University of Miami campus, which now takes its place proudly beside similar structures of other faiths there and joins in the larger deal of brotherhood and dedication to the inv.r.cible Jewish spirit. The Hebrew Aeademv • Hebrew Academy will hold its seventh annual dinner at the Di Lido hotel on Sunday aing. Academy officials anticipate that this :.e the largest in the school's history. Over 250 students receive instruction in EngHebrew at the Academy, and during school has qrown from a c .assrcom organization to embrace a large, • .1-functioning curriculum. Those who are its graduates have acquired a well-oriented background in Hebrew language and tradition and will take their places among tomorrow's leaders of the Jewish community. It is this kind of progress that now motivates the Hebrew Academy to plan for a new site in the 41st st. area of Miami Beach, which will offer facilities for at least twice the number of students it now has enrolled. Feature of the Sunday evening dinner will be a program celebrating the 300th anniversary of Jewish Settlement in North America. This symbolizes the goal of the Hebrew Academy program: an integrated curriculum of Hebrew studies within a careful framework of American living and social development. Greater Miami again takes the opportunity of saluting a school which has accomplished so much in such a short time. Friday, February 4, 1955 Shebat 12, 5715 Number 5 During The Week.. .A* I s e f J %  y LEO MINDLIN FOR WEEDS 47 HOMt AND ABROAD Mount Sinai Jubilee Mount Sinai Hospital is now planning its all star Jubilee to take place early in March. The annual function is held to defray the deficit incurred by the hospital as a result of its many medical services offered to the community. This deficit is something with which every Miamian should identify. The often free and part-free attention residents receive at Mount Sinai adds up to a sizeable sum. Without such a community-wide program of hospital assistance. Mount Sinai would lose a good deal of its humanitarian achievement—would cease to be the sort of medical center Miami's Jewish leaders originally envisioned. But continuing this service, as well as many others which heavily increase the financial burdens of the hospital, puts in danger Mount LKjLivptiaii Nazism A new type of Nazism is coming to full flower in the Near East. There have been organized mass persecutions directed against Jews before, but the latest series of outrages launched at its Jewish community by the Egyptian government is today being led by former Nazis who held high positions in Germany during the Third Reich. The current terrorism is, of course, part of the Arab League campaign aimed at destroying Israel. Col. Nasser. Egypt's latest "strong man," could have chose no better mentors in his drive against the Jewish State. The recent trials which sentenced a host of Jews to death and life imprisonment have the characteristic stamp of Nazi technique. Condemned for "Zionist spying" by predetermined "evidence" and flimsy juridical processes, the doomed individuals are guilty of nothing more than being Jewish citizens of an Arab nation. In effect, Col. Nasser and his Nazi advisors are repeating the outrageous lies of Hitlerian philosophy by implying that all Jews are part of an "international" organization which recognizes allegiance to nothing but Zionism. In effect, he is telling the world that Egyptian Jews can not possibly be loyal to Egypt and that they must, of necessity, be regarded as Israeli spies. This tragic circumstance possibly has one faint glimmer of hope. The Arab League the most ludicrous misnomer in modern history is being pushed to the limit of its resources in a last, desperate search for unity. Having failed in their effort to organize themselves into an effective force at least on the basis of their common hatred for Israel. Arab leaders are turning to indigenous anti-Semitism. If our State Department until now, in the face of Arab sympathies during World War II could not bnng itself to recognize that a Near East defense community based on active Arab rxnticipat.on is a military dream and a democratic delusion, it should now find this clear beyond question. The Jews condemned to deatr/and hie imprisonment, as well as those who recent ly committed suicide rather than face further SSStSS! in Cak l jail8 should help the State Department consider a lot of questions it d^nc4j|imk_of^ang before. Sinai's ever increasing need to expand its research, instruction and health programs. ,. Tn ? U • Jubilee should therefore be a must for all of us. Attending the annual W tion early in March is the best wa Z exp^ 1X1 COmmuni, y 8 ^itude to a hospifal whose achievement in the short time of £ existence has made it one of the fines, in the ollias. HOWELL COLLINS is a Tallahassee insurance man He s i,l,.. GOT. LeRoy Collins, travels with the governor j Ust A everywhere and vows that he is no relation. Characterizing him* I • irouble .-hooter." he virtually campaigned with Gov. Collim thru out all of Florida, speaks of him with respect bordering on reve* and politelv remarks that the governor neither drinks nor smokes, U he is asleep almost as soon as his head touches his pillow and than is up by seven in the morning utterly refreshed and "ready to g 0 This Mr. Collins is a real gentleman from the real South. He. beide me at a dinner honoring Gov. Collins Saturday evening u,. rs hotcL His soft accent made music of his words, and heo| wasn't busv dancing with many of the ladies about him. -ubseqam assuring me that they all "are most marvelous and kind, he fill some very interesting details on the gubernatorial race and how measured up to a number of difficult situations. I found it hard t much of what he said; it seemed that the course of event*, June. 1952 had been swift indeed. Political writer John McDermott sat opposite us, and last timel and I met in the company of a governor, we were in a private a downtown Miami hotel, with the late Dan McCarty sitting on • L and sipping ginger ale. Just elected to office, Mr. McCarty was phy* ly exhausted and preferred to talk about fishing rather than poht Obviously gathering his energies, he discussed with humility andi Dade County's emerging role on the Florida political scene haps an hour of answering questions. Mr. McCarty had circled his ml wearily around my shoulder and said: "There is so much to do durad the next four years. Give me some time before judging what I haj tet out to accomplish." Mr. McCarty never got the time for which he so humbly And the next thing one knew, "laughing boy from Starke" was in Til discarding from office most of Mr. McCarty's appointments i a meaiu of advancing the vow he made to preserve in the bet wj could the spirit of the late governor's administration. Then. e Florida road was suddenly torn assunder. With signs beautifying barricades "Another promise fulfilled by Charley Johns." He* bus) tultilling them when Gov. Collins took office a few weeks • • • • • SOME OF BoweU Collins 1 talk was lost in all of this reminis about the course of events since June, 1952—but none of his words in which Gov. Collins figured. And when the governor r address members of the Miami Beach Civic League, sponsors ofl dinner in his honor, it seemed as if the stage had been well set f determined but soft-spoken man. His administration's spiritual is heavy to Dade County, as well as to Miami Beach, where a fought campaign by his volunteers saved the day for Gov. Co the face of this and the fact that the Dade area, perhaps for I time in history, emerged to challenge successfully northern, we 1 and central state determination of the course of Florida politics. Gal I Collins returned to express his gratitude and perhaps to observe tatl a reevaluation in Tallahassee of South Florida has progressed fark>| yond a mere catchword. "I am reminded of a ship's homecoming from the sea. he "and like a ship returned to port I shall leave with a full cargo." Tatl cargo is. of course, the promising outlook this area holds as a centers!! industry and tourism. Gov Collins said that, when he was only*! Miami's population boasted of barely 500 souls. The unprecedented! expansion since then, he remarked, here and throughout Florida, wieal 1.500.00 new residents have been arriving annually for some time. i>a] index to the possibility of achievement now before us. According to Gov. Collins, the prospects of unlimited opporH and a rapidly burgeoning population are peculiar to Florida Ottol states seem ri %  ed in their ways bj comparison." hi said si tinregard, hi i government is an indi-pt %  n-ibieprtl requisite to the attainment ess, sad good government, he sail means good I i i l( j go. by the character of their method, permitted to fall into ill-repute ntl process of fulfilling a high social responsibility like the running 4 government. There is something sordid, almost illegal, about the wonj politician. One is inclined to relate it to tawdriness and behind-ts| scenes machination for personal advantage. • • • • • tit„ri COV \. CO u LL,NS P raisew 1hy observation emphasized his own | i.tudes, which are apparently classic. If government is often a refus of ncompetence it is because the modern political Gestalt attracts *l r !" r itwn P urch the influence of background position. T*l ahuiu ? J T? Sunday evenin calling instead for people ability to surround his administration in Tallahassee. that tho 3 1 a8P f^ i his plca the 8vernor reported with satisfacti iml inV, T y ad P te < "tate budget is geared to need for the frfl avaTlahii f 01 "^" St ry l noted wi,h satisfaction," he said, "that* d sir?,, •• v ? ds wcre not ct up five ways according to Congress^ Partment iv? 1 1 "!*t 0 Wi,bur Jones ^airman of the State Ko.d S3 road', urn i?' 'V he audience Morc him Gov. Collins obserid hUcaf "W. cK e n Cef rth buiil wh e the demand for them is •* Budget Named De S ire^ ra,e ''' "^ humorous,v '" -"cding to Budget o J fHoni S SU 5 l S* d t0 have a PP' ied his own 'oof 0 here: "Z\ wordfand^T ^ P ? yer ln anv case Gov <*>• of sof,sP f* -simple a XS Se o amb,, r f r Progress-ambition character,** voice hreiSi Tk .* ,mp,y "Passed concepts-is no "shouter. preciSv fhTSf K m e Sunday evenin *for hysteria and volume*] Mel tl con "*"£ f S manv '"eompetenL in politics PerJ "a. iov. tollms wi now h a ,„ .K. .; i ~ u fnr wh*el the : KnSrr ill w n : have the ,im to P !" himself for An^rK^-SJi"*** not is lot to receive^ %  fcCsftjr, he observed dav. I donTknow wh^.* J"" working"fourteen't"o" eighteen hou^ talents But HoJ! h i a ^ k nd f govern r 'l make you. 1 have no *Southern ge^K'is^'ht ^ ,0 tHink ta hM ^ though i gSsj: tir^L :: 1 k • ** *•*• *r, R



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PAGE 2 A o %  #• fm^*&*r Hillel House Dedia tion at Uof M FRIDAY, FEBRUABV 1 Rabbi Kieffer Will Officiate at Beth David Services Rabbi Mehm Kieffer, of Niagara Fall. N V wu honored Thursday ption in Beth David ConRabbi Kieffer. who will officiate this weekend during Beth David's >.-bbath services, ia graduate of the L'niver-in of Minnesota, where he earned the AB degree and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary. From 1944 until 1946 Rabbi Kief. chaplain in the I'nited Army and was mustered out with the rank of Captain In 1946. the pulpit at Temple Beth Israel in Niagara Fall*, where till serves aspiritual leader. Rabbi K ;,presi%  • v ra Falls Zionist eneral chairman of the Jewish Federation campai. emb %  t^.ar'i of directors : rith and civilian Jewish ra and Ni-,.ra F ill Vir B:.-n,„ PecUS. Educator in Talk Prof Zvi Sharfstein. author and educator, wague-t speaker at a meet in;.' ..1 "Moadon." Hebrewspeaking group, Saturday evening at Temple Kmanu-EI David Freednian was chairman. DAY WORKERS DOMESTIC HOTEIS RESTAURANTS Colored $6 and Fore Maids Moids, Porters Kitchen Help ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st A,. h. 9 3607 Onargt t 0 Employ*. S. J. Freedman sad 31. lOiiliun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Woshingten Avt„ Miami Beach BJ*— '••"' and frM, Ss. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Syno 9 o 9 u *" *** Anu" Avc.y LVW •" 4J tONO ISLAND/


ir,vrFHRUARY4, 1955
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PAGE 3 B
fewish Community Center Notes
labbi Morris A. Skop, of the
kral Gables Jewish Cen er will
the fourth session of Opera
n MOF the leadership train-
,, course for young adult groups
fcs.,r..l by the Young Adult
Li.h ( ouncil of South Florida.
h,l adopting the theme of "Mak
nizations Effective."
[Rabbi Skop's session will be en-
l,.,l "What You Are and Why," a
ycussion of Judaism for the mod-
[ young adult. The session will
r held Monday evening, Feb. 7,
[the Town Branch.
-Operation M.O.E." is the co-or-
Jiating body of Jewish young
Lit organizations in this region,
tfieers of the Council are Ber-
ir'l l.ii11'. president; Fred Ber-
ire, vice president; Doris Rabino-
rorre^ponding secretary;
bih Dixon, recording secretary;
|<1 Elaine Schwarlzman, treas-
pr.

Lnnual invitational ball of the
L Miami Jewish Community
|ni,r will be held on Saturday
I b. 19. at the Town
Itnch it was announced by Stu-
Winston, general chairman of
affair,
Serving on the central planning
Inmittec ire Bernard Weksler,
l i distribution of tickets;
Bernard Weksler. arrange-
nd decorations; Lou Stein,
\.\~ and hostesses; Mesdames Jess
(ed and Phil Schiff, sale and dis-
bution of tickets at the Flagler
Inada Jewish Community Cen-
Mesdames Solomon Kann and
| Weiner, sale and distribu-
!)f tickets at the Beach Branch;
sdanies Ijeo Glasser and Ruth
lenthal, sale and distribution of
ket- at the Town Branch.
)thers serving on the commit-
are Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross,
Elaine Haidt, Mrs. Al Dan-
Mrs. George Spivack.

[Juke Box Dance" for teen agers
|l be held at the Town Branch on
esday. Feb. 8. "Youth Council
sponsoring this affair to raise
necessary funds for a new
fc curtain." it was revealed by
Ina Cohen, president of "Y"
Incil.

Hotel Schepp Nachos." an orig-
farce in three acts, which was
Iten bj the Colden Age Group
(the Town Branch. Greater Mi-
ll i-h Community Center, will
rttV
be presented on Saturday evening,
Feb. 5, af the Center auditorium!
450 SW 16 ave it was announced
by Henry Garison, president of the
group.
The play is under the direction
of Mrs. Rose Schlivek and Jerry
Schulman and will star members of
the Golden Age Friendship Group.
Among those taking part in the
play are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Still
man, Mrs. Sarah Harrisburg, Mrs.
Minnie Rubenstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Louil Weintraub. Mr. Rudolph
Koses, Mrs. Minnie Steiglitz, Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Blumenson. Mrs.
Hyman Kam. Mrs. Harriet Zin>
merman, Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg,
Harry Zicree, Mrs. Anna I.e-
Omega Delta Psi elected new
officers Thursday evening. Phyllis
Shampanier is advisor. Named
were Brona Cohen, president; Bob-
bie Hammerman, first vice presi-
dent; Sharri Zack, second vice pres-
ident: Fran Brenner, recording sec-
retary; Ann Elovitz, corresponding
secretary; Lillian Rubin, assistant
corresponding secretary.
Wanda Steinberg, treasurer; Iris
Haber, assistant treasurer; Susan
Amberson, membership officer:
Brenda Hochman, chaplain: Bunny
Ko-enson, historian parliamentar
ian; Sandy Hollander, sergeant at
arms.
*
Beginner's class in Bridge was
recently started at the Town
Branch, and will meet for a series
of eight lessons Monday nights un
der the supervision of Mrs. Jasper
Cromer.

Slimnastics class for women with
emphasis on beauty and health is
being started at the Beach Branch.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. The class is open to all
adult women and meets on Thurs-
days at 8 p.m.
In charge of the activity is
Robert Wollman. who is in charge
of physical education at North
Beach Elementary School. Wollman
has a Masters degree from New
York University and has been with
the Dade County school system for
some four years.
I For the second year. Flagler-
I Granada Center, affiliate of the
I Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, is offering a course in Jew-
ish history under the leadership of
John J. Appel on Monday nights at
8:30 p.m. Subject of this years
series of leatures is -Modern Jew-
ish History as Reflected Through
Great Personalities."
The course deals with Israel
Besht and the rise of chassidism.
Moses Mendelssohn and the lib-
eral movement, Theodore Herzl
and the Jewish State. Chaim Weiz-
man and the birth of a Jewish na-
tion, Mordecai Noah. Jews in
young America. Emma Lazarus and
mass immigration to the C S. Sid-
ney Hillm.tn and the economic
structure of U.S. Jewry.
Cemetery Association
Moves Local Offices
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, through its president.
Theodore J. Sakowitz. this week an-
nounced the removal of offices to
609 Seybold bidg., Miami.
The association, which owns and
operates Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
and the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Cemetery, also announced
the appointment of Samuel Vogel-
baum as temporary director.
Information concerning the cem-
eteries may be obtained by calling
Sakowitz or Vogelbaum at 9-6918.
Pallot Named Secretary
E Albert Pallot. of Miami Beach.
was this week named to reprt-. n'
District 5 Grand Lodce on the
B'nai B'rith service committee for
he Armed Forces. Philip M Klutz-
nick. international B'nai B'rith
president, revealed that Pallot was
ippointed secretary to the com-
mittee.
To Address Hebrew Teachers
Tzvi Scharfstein. author and ]
educator, will address the Hebrew I
Teachers' Association of Greater'
Miami at a meeting Saturday I
ning in Temple Beth Sholom.
Special Attention to AM
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\Heavy Schedule
Continued from Pag* 1 B
fcbrate this anniversary, Club II
fathering in the Wolfman home.
Drexel ave.. on Saturday eve-
It. I'd). 12. for ;. 'Hamisha Aser
tivat" party cantor and Mrs
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bung's entertainment.
Four members of Club I are go-!
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be the honor guests at a bon
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Mrs. Sonia Goldberg and Mrs.
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German and Mr. Seitlin, will
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)AY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955 -Jmlsti fhrMlnn 'emple Israel Plans Addition PAGE 5 A Temple Israel of Miami has beiin construction of its new $350.two-story religions school that |rill adjoin the present Temple at 37 NK 19th st. in Miami. The new structure will replace he present school facilities now sused in the Temple building. The kodern school building will accomdate 1.000 children ranging from Jndergarten through confirmation ad high school age. Present bhool facilities in the Temple ires for 550 students in an overowded condition. The modern structure, designed architects Percival Goodman, of ew York, and Irwin Korach, of Iktmi. will become a part of fn'e i'lnplo Israel building, extending feet eastward on 19th st. The jilding, comprising 23 classDoms. auditorium, chapel, two gar['ii patios, an administration wing, ligious school office, a kitchen, arts and crafts room and a ride's room will run from 19th st. trough to 19th ter. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, who has ten the spiritual leader of Temple rael since 1950, says his congreation has had to face "the trcendous growth of the Miami area recent years" and that he is ratified his congregation "had the kresight and courage to build for ke future." [The 41 year-old Rabbi said that emple Israel serves the entire reater Miami area. He pointed it that more than half his group >mes from Miami Beach and from far west as Coral Gables. "We kve hundreds of members from orth Miami to South Miami," he kid [According to A. A. Unger, charand pioneer member of Temple t held at 11 a.m., Sunday, February 127. He said a number of civic i leaders would be invited to attend. I S. C. Levenson and Dan B. Ruskin are co-chairmen of the building committee. Founded in 1922 in the home of Mr. Harry V. Simons, work on the present Temple Israel was started March 1, 1927. Or. Joseph Narot Israel, the congregation is the only "non-neighborhood group in the entire area" and that plans for the new school facilities have been under way for the past five years'. Unger, who was chairman of the Initial Gifts campaign for the building fund, said it is the responsibility of every member of the Temple to share the cost of the project as generously and as soon as possible. W. D. Singer, president of Temple Israel and prominent Miami businessman, said "this building program is the means of strengthening Reform Judaism in the Greater Miami area." ,Sam Resnick, chairman of the building committee, announced a series of progress ceremonies to be held at the building site. He said the first of the series would be Ipiritual Statesmanship' me of Breakfast tarheaded by Seminary [Florida leaders of the press, puland politics will gather Friday ttrning. Feb. 11, to discuss "Spirkal Statesmanship, the Moral andards of the Nation" with two the nation's outstanding edulors. seminar session on that sub^t. scheduled for the Shelborne tel. will be headed by Dr. Ellnd (. Nance, president of the uversity of Tampa, and Dr. Louis ikelstein, chancellor and presiil of the Jewish Theological Iminary of America. Invited civic, business, religious, por. education, press and governrntal leaders will join in the disssion, which will get under way 10 a.m. and which will be folved by a luncheon session that 11 summarize the morning's dission. [Samuel Friedland, chairman of board of Food Fair Stores and •-chairman of the Seminary's naBnal planning committee, will act host for the seminar. ] Dr. Nance is the 1953 state chairIan of the March of Dimes camI'gn and is well-known as a lecher from coast to coast in the ;!u d S,ates He was a minister ; Ohio, Kentucky, Washington and jtorida from 1924 until 1939, when teft the ministry to become dean Kollms College in Winter Park, • A combat veteran of World far I. he served as an Army chapfin during the Second World War. le is the author of "Faith of pr Fighters," story of the chapf ns m World War II, and several F>er books and magazine articles. I* has conducted columns for sevTal daily Florida newspapers and s won numerous civic, religious id mter-faith awards. Dr. Finkelstein 1$-., served as resident of the Jewish Theological unwary sinca 1941. He has pioeered religion in the fields of riginal Comedy Slated J-'lagler-Granada Jewish Commu'"* c n er w'H present an origin. m ov'. Cal comed y"Come Back ,atle Shikker," on Feb. 26 and 27 >nd Mar. 5 and 6. Three Will Judge Award Nominations Three Dade County citizens this week agreed to serve as judges for the Bay Harbor Islands Crime Prevention award. They are Circuit Court Judge George E. Holt, Crime Commission Director Daniel P. Sullivan and Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad. The three will select the Greater Miami law enforcement officer who has made the greatest contribution to the ca'use of crime prevention. Their selection will be based on nominations submitted by the public and by the heads of local law enforcement agencies. According to Bay Harbor Islands Police Chief Gerald Farrell, the award will be made during National Crime Prevention Week, Feb. 13 to 19. Farrell appealed io the public to nominate police officers they know to have been instrumental in crime prevention and in diverting prospective delinquents from antisocial careers. Mid-Season Lunch Flagler-Granada Women's Group will hold its mid-season lunch and card party at Loffler Bros, on Tues., Feb. 8. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Ben Jonas and Mrs. Herman Feldman. Bond Conference Reports $6,187,000 Recent Issue Sales Continued from Pag* 1 A Americas and Western Europe, mobilized more than $177,000,000 in cash up to December 31, 1954. With the addition of the new subscriptions for 1955 announced late Wednesday, a total of close to $184,000,000 has been raised in less than four years for the establishment of new industries, the expansion of agriculture, the exploitation of mineral resources and the promotion of transportation and tourism. Julian B. Venezky, chairman of the executive committee of the Israel Bond Organization, announced the inauguration of a national citizens committee to enlist the participation of Christians in the Israel Bond effort, as a major plank in the 1955 campaign program in the United States. Venezky also revealed that the Irish Republic had just authorized the sale of Israel Bonds and that a campaign committee will be formed soon to get the campaign under way in that country. Of the $6,187,000 in Israel Bonds sold for the opening of the 1955 campaign, the sum of $3,700,000 was paid in cash and $2,487,000 represented subscriptions which are expected to be paid in full within the next few weeks. In a major address to the conference, Reuven Shiloah. Minister Plenipotentiary of Israel to the United States, characterized economic strengthening of the State of Israel as vital to help the new democracy overcome the hostility of the Arab states which has manifested itself through intense boycott and blockade and renewed threats of aggression. Mr. Shiloah declared that the "Arab leaders believe that through a stranglehold on our economy they can bring us to our knees militarily and politically." He emphasized the strategic importance of the State of Israel Bond campaign to help the people of Israel "meet the crucial economic test." Dr. Emanuel Neumann, outstanding American Zionist leader and chairman of the executive committee of the Zionist Organization of America and a member of the executive of the Jewish Agency, declared that the Israel Bond campaign "is an essential and integral part of the program of Zionist activity in the United States and throughout the world." Stressing the importance of the i International Conference, Presi-' dent Itzhak Bcn-Zvi of Israel said in a cabled message: "Our historic mission of building a modern productive society on the basis of a sound economy, while continuing to gather in our dispersed brethren, has been facilitated to a major extent through the success of the Israel Bond campaign." Samuel Rothberg, national chairJacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the Israel Bond Organization, is honored at the International Mobilization Conference for Israel. Photo shows (from left) Reuven Shiloah. Minister Plenipotentiary of Israel, presenting "BIG" (Bonds of Israe' Government) Wheel Award to Sher. Sher brought greetings of the Miami community to the opening session oi the Interne Uonal Conference. man of the Israel Bond Organization, reported that one-third of Israel's Development Budget is being met with Israel Bond funds raised chiefly in the United States and Canada, making known for the first time a report based on the three fiscal year. April 1. 1951March 31, 1954. Rothberg told the delegates that Israel Bonds provided $120,132,348 during that period out of a total Development Budget of $359,777,000. representing 33.3 percent. Samuel Rothberg was reelected national chairman for the United States and Rudolf G. Sonneborn, of New York, was named president of the Israel Bond Organization, with Henry Montor continuing as chief executive officer and Julian B. Venezky as chairman of the executive committee. Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky was elected as United States chairman of the Women's Division and Mrs Alexander Lowenthal. of Pittsburgh, as honorary chairman. Leon H. Keyserling, who served as chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers in the Truman administration, earlier told the International Conference that "Israel has passed the phase of bare survival and is now moving forward in the development phase toward the goal of reasonable self-sufficiency by 1960." He declared that "with the proceeds of Israel Bonds, economic 1 1 Enroll as Trustees In Israel Bond Drive With the 1955 State of Israel Bond Organization campaign get! ting under way, eleven members of | the Greater Miami community have already enrolled as Trustees of Israel for 1955 Trustees are purchasers of a minimum of $10,000 in State of Israel Development Bonds. The new 1955 Trustees were announced at an informal dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher in connection with the Bond j Conference held at the Fontainebleau hotel last weekend. Sher. Greater Miami chairman I for Bonds, stated at the party that I the goal for Trustees of Israel for 1955 was set at 25. He named the-e I already enrolled as: Samuel Blank. Samuel Friedland, Samuel Goldfarb, Dr. Morris GoodI man. Isidt>rc Hecht Jr.. Marcie Lie' berman. Max Orovitz. David Proj vus and Carl. Weinkle. Sher himself re-enrolled as a Trustee for 1955. | emancipation is being constructed on the foundation of political indeI pendence and moral righteousI ness." Jacob Sher. chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee, greeted the delegates at the opening session of the International Mobilization Conference. Hat Show Proceeds For New Building Sisterhood of Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center sponsored luncheon on Monday which was followed by a fashion parade depicting original ideas in headgear. Laura O'Banion, holder of a "Mrs. America" title, and Mary Lou Omlar, co-owners of 'Two Smart Girls," Inc., were judges. Proceeds are for the Center's new building. Mrs. John Strunin was chairman of the luncheon, and was assisted by the Mesdames B. Lubow, N. Becker and C. Askowitz. Mrs. Francis N. Rubin (center), who was first woman Trustee of Israel from this area last year, became a Trustee for 1955 at the International Israel Bond Conference in the Fontainebleau hotel this week. A Trustee is a $10,000 purchaser of Israel Bonds. She is flanked by Mrs. Michael Stavitsky (left), new chairman of national Women's Division, and Mrs. Monte Selig, Miami Women's Division chairman.



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PAGE 8 A ^JmislfkrkKMi FRIDAY. FEB RUABV, Combined Jewish Appeal in High Gear Drive Toward Go Frank Kingdon to be Speaker at Coral Gables Function; Baskin, Fisher Named Two prominent leaders of (he Jewish community in Coral Gables have been appointed as co-chairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal area campaign. Communities chairman George Chertkof has announced the appointment of Meyer A. Baskin and Herman Fisher to direct the fund drive activities in the Coral Cables area. The co-chairmen immediately' announced plans for a city-wide rally, open to the public on 1 %  •day evening, Feb. 15. in the Gables Jewish Center. Dr. Frank Kingdon. noted journalist, author, recipient of Denmark's King Christian Award and Mrs. Kesselman, Dr. Narot to Address Miami-Coral Gables Pace Setters Tea Dr. Frank Kingdon nity and baa a degree from the University of Florida. His wife, Coldie, WSJ born in Key West and is active as a supervisor of the nurserj school in Coral Gables Jewish Center. Herman fithtr Meyer A. Baskin Dr. Kiugdon's stimulating articles and radio broadcasts have won for him the Newspaper Guild Page One Award as the outstanding liberal commentator on the air. He is the author of four books, including his most recent "Architects of the Republic." He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a graduate of Boston L'niversity. and a tormer Fellow at Harvard L'niversity. During World War II. he was instrumental in rescuing some of Europe's outstanding anti-Nazis from Hitler for which he was awarded Denmark = King Christian Award. Baskin. a patent attorney with Food Division Plans Annual Fund Affair The annual dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal Food Division will be held on Monday. Feb. 7, at the Columbus hotel, it has been announced by Mr. Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of the division. Leading representatives of the food and related industries in Dade County and their wives will gather in the Pan American room to hear an address by Mrs. Jacob Kessel-1 ed on the executive board of the man. prominent leader in Jewish ] United Jewish Appeal, as regional aflairs who was recently returned j president of Northern New Jersey from an extensive tour through Israel. Mrs. Jacob Kesselman and Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be principal speakers at the Miami-Coral Gables Pace Setters Tea Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 8. 1:30 p.m. The Combined Jewish Appeal fund raising function will be held at the home of Mrs. Louis E Goldman. Pace Setters chairman. 6501 Granada hlvd.. Coral Gables. Mrs. Kesselman had been asked to return to the Greater Miami are* by popular request, and will share the platform with Dr. Narot of Temple Israel. Women's Division campaign chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff and year round chairman Mrs. Irving Lehrman said they were gratified with returns of the first division function, the Patron's Tea held last week at the home of Col. and Mrs. Jacob M Arvey. They predicted that the newly organized Miami-Coral Gables Pace Setters will surpass the accomplishment of all previous campaigns. Mrs. Kesselman has recently returned from an extensive tour through Israel and because of her unique Jewish communal services on the American scene, she was permitted to examine intensively many phases of Israel which are not usually open to the tourist. She has been acclaimed throughout the nation wherever she speaks "for her dvnamism and her depth of perception She has been vitally interested in a varietv of Jewish cultural activities and has serv^ #* a frequent visitor to the State of Israel, will speak at the community Coral CableHe is former pre-iral y dent of the Coral Gables Jewish Participating in the program will. Center and has served for sevi ral be general CJA campaign chairyears as a member of the budget i and Jewish committee and the board of governors in the Greater Miami JewShe is on a speaking tour of many Jewish communities and has ri H? ,ofo C £ dg J an "' bet ^heduled to make several apFerdinand St., np..,,,,,. h„ro in h.hit of ,h e pearances here in behalf Combined Jewish Appeal. Leo Chaikin. vice chairman Hadassah. a member of the Jewi-h Community Council of Essex County, and as an officer of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations of New Jersey. Mrs. Jecee Knulmm standing achievements in the (,of Americanism, tolerance good citizenship." For the past four years, he hal served in several capacities nil the Combined Jewish Appeal, was one of the officiating rah at CJA's recent Inaugural Ding| held at the Fontainebleau hotel. According to Mrs. Goldman, I program will also include di piano selections by Mr. Rahdl Heaston and Robert Kasha, meal bers of the faculty at the M,m\ Conservatory of Music. The Tuesday afternoon tea is tkt I second in a series of fund raisuq events sponsored by the Woman Division in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The committee till include the Mesdames Meyer k. I Baskin, George Chertkof, Sam 1 Heiman. Aaron M. Kanner. Stanley] in Dr Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Miami, has long C. Myers, Sam Weissel. Ix-o Ackffj been active in community welfare man. Harry August. William l' charge of food and allied trades, and philanthropic programs. In At-1 Berk'ey. Max Deakter. Jess Glased Federation president Stanley ( Myers, both residents of Coral Gables. Sam Weissel, president of the Coral GableJewish Center and i pioneer settler in this communitv. ish Federation. Baskin ia Major in the IS Army Reserve and has for some years been widely active in the work of the Teehnion Society He MnoTthi center and those living chapter of this group He ki a in the southwest part of Miami to member of the Shriners and Maphes t n ilrt^ J v" y M,me order a •"•*• %  £ n„hi • f 8a Carecr ln Cnamb<>r of Commerce and beP oe^tam'dertm.n 0 ^ ? 5 I"?" ,0 ma "> P^ess.ona. and Protestant clergyman. Holder of, civic associations Hi the degrees of Doctor of Divinity ence. has also and Doctor of Laws, he helped found the University of Newark and became its first president. He was wartime special advisor to the chairman of both the War Manpower Commission and the War help expecta record achievement in hieroup at the annual dinner Stevenhaappointed four cochairmen in the retail grocers group; Emanuel J, Smith. Murray Daum. Sam liadaneand Jack Stein Joe Cohen will repre-ent City Forum, an organization o/fO kosher butcher.-, and Irving F.en civic grouppromoting cultural Supand civic actiutirHe received the earned degree of Doctor of He lar'ic City, he was chairman of the Cnited Jewish Appeal He visited Israel in behalf of th Atlantic City Federation of Jewish Charities and in the same city founded and was fir-t pre-ident of the Atlantic is wife. Flor-; participated for brew Letters from the Rabbinical Seminary of Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. Dr. Narot has been especially acThe Turk| lve in ,he field f community re Harry Gordon. Max Hoffman. Bet-] nard M. Keller, Aaron Kravitt. Ba ] Markowitz. Mitchell P. Miller. OA C. Rubin. Samuel T. Sapiro. Mfjtt Schwartz, Sam I. Silver. William D. Singer. Bernard R. Steven-. HaroK Thurman, William A. \\ emtraui and A. Frank Wellws. Turkey Invites Israel for High Level Talks JERUSALEM UTA>—1,„ \ZZ?V n ^l J 7 1 ^ ilia,rs ,sh r,,iy r nmcnt "as invited Israel a,ions inter-faith programs and a president of the Coral Gables! f ,nanc,al and *~"n,.c problems.' from the Atlantic City iilit.r Or • S'oast ThreVvl 3S a u rUS,Ce f r A I*" ann Unced hcre An *•* der f W "<< Wars for his "out! Dr. Wolf son in Third Talk Dr. Abraham Wolf son. author of the "The Road to Health and Happier Living" and "Live a Hundred Years Happily" will give the third lecture in a series on "The Prolongation of Life" Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct. i sw an Tobin Joseph Cohen Reor a tta si-E^ 53 HCITTI ft) ViCe chairman th Combined Jewish ApT ncrea fi ?7 1 0 7 n • 1 r • p0r1,, ,hat ^ 9 !" P ha. rahed $102,660, S;' 1 7 1 P~cent over la. year. Thi. repr*""* Sho^n wi h R amOUnt raiSed this diyiai0n ta of sweia o. Qre (leh to riah,) M IKopelowitt. chairman onH P ^ ,a L aM ^'! mento -Carl Weinkle. initial aifio chairman; and^ M 9 o menl8; Carl Weinkle. initial gift, ch comnSttee^ 0 !" Goodman <*ainnan of Federation'. budget



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bAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955 +Jewi$ti fhrldian PAGE 3 A r ebrew Academy Marks Seventh Anniversary Sunday tie greatest tournout of leading imi Jews is expected at the dinof the Hebrew Academy on evening at the DiLido II" rding to B. I. Binder, presiIt i | the Academy. \000 persons, city officials, (n. nun. religious leaders and |.i | rominent people from all (f Greater Miami and many %  of town are expected at air which will mark the anniversary of the foundfof the school. ired will be an address by Btr and an entcrlajnment propresenled by the Hebrew lemy students highlighting the Jewish Tercentary. Thfc Eribution of American Jewish (tot to American cultural and lomal events will be empha\i\ several dramatic sketches. -id pageantry. Rabbi Irving [rman will bring greetings from ater Miami Rabbinical As|i. n, ol which he is president. S er said that there will be itation funds at the dinner. tribute was paid to Rabbi ler s Grow, principal, and \: I '.i sen berg, executive sec|r> of the Academy, by Binder, stated that "the untiring efi these two in handling the of the dinner helped ma\ to bring it to successful ion." | iated with Binder on the ner committee, for which are le Judge of Miami Beach tries Gertler, David Levinson, pj ienet, chairman of the exec\f committee, Jack Satin, in of interschool relations, mi D Luria and Sam Reinhard. rhis is not the entire list," Binder "There are hundreds be ns who are devoting them|ei ivery day to the Academy. men's groups who are putc „t a journal, deserve special ^mendation, and the parents friends, who come to the K'l to serve in voluntary capacity be praised for their un|j>h .devotion to the cause of citizenship" rvyears ago, a group of per! ..rehi -,:i :he building at 918 |4 Miami Beach, to establish II ay school, where any child pd ootain a complete Hebrew religious education, in addi|>l to th( conventional English V. required by the State Board 'ion. he building, a three story fal> sad only a few class rooms lid a %  immodate only 50 lei L'nder the leadership of d s Andron, its first presift Isadora Goldberg, Jack Satin. Ienet, Samuel Grundweg, rim s. Lauer. Rabbi Alexander |G s.m Reinhard and a %  i of others, the Hebrew kdimy has since expanded to its By RABBI ALEXANDER S. CROSS Director and Principal of the Hebrew Academy Since the inception of the Hebrew Academy seven years ago, the Academy's program of education has been predicated upon the Left to right are Harry Genet, B. I. Binder and Charle3 Bender planning the Hebrew Academy annual dinner Sunday evening in the Di Lido hotel. nl status "There were no financial restrictions put on all the children who wanted to enroll," Binder noted. "Parents with limited means, as well as those who could afford to Bay, were encouraged to bring their children. Today the school numbers an enrollment of over 250 children in varying ages, and its activities are many." The school's program begins with a kindergarten for children 5Vj years old and coincides with the regular public school courses, which prepare and graduate children ready for enrollment in the county high schools. Physical and manual training and arts and crafts, drama and vocal training are part of its curriculum. It has an auditorium, outdoor playground, clinic, large dining room and kitchen. Recently the Hebrew Academy puchascd several vacant lots in the 41st st. area, in order to put up a more modern and larger building. Academy officers, in addition to Binder, president, include Dr. David Andron, honorary president; Harry Levitt and Kolman Luria, honorary vice presidents; Lewish M. Escott, chairman of the board of directors; Harry Genet, chairman of the executive committee; Jack Satin. Samuel Reinhard. Samuel Ritter, Charles Fruchtman, Raymond Rubin, Morris Cohen, Irving Firtcl and Jacob Kaufman, vice presidents. Samuel M. Grundwerg, treasurer; Harry Koretzky, co-treasurer; Daniel M. Broad, financial secretary; Nathan Ginsburg, corresponding secretary; Sidney Rubinowitz, recording secretary; Max Silverberg, general secretary; Sol Goldman, auditor; Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, medical advisor; and Aaron S. Laucr, supervisor. Hebrew Academy Officers Extend Greetings I By HARRY GENET Hebrew Academy Executive Committee Most people in the midst of their daily pursuits overlook the fact I that their generation is growing older, day by day. At present we have fine hospitals, temples an.I synagogues and fine welfare, in jstitutions looking alter our needs. Who will look after us after we I are gone if we do not train the I leaders of tomorrow, today? If everyone will just pause for a moI ment to think this over, one can1 not but come to the same conclusion that we in the Hebrew Acadi emy have arrived at earlier. That is that we must support and encourage with every means pos| sible the development and growth I of the Hebrew Academy. Institutions like the Hebrew I Academy not only develop Jewish < leaders but good American citi! zens. whose faith and understanding will make for a better world for the future generations to come. By HERMAN EISENBERG Executive Director A good Jewish community is not I made up by numbers. It matters I not whether there are 1,000 or 1,000,000 Jewish residents. What is most important is that we care for, and share, each other's views. The Torah is the inheritance of all Jews, even those who do not claim it. We have one Torah. one Hebrew language, one belief and one culture The Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, through its intensive educational program, which blends Americanism and Judaism into an integrated curriculum, aims to provide this foundation to our boys and girls. The responsibility of maintaining a house of study rests with the entire community, not a segment of it. Rabbi Alexander Cross ideals of Americanism, democracy, and the spiritual work of man. It is therefore fitting that the students of the Academy dedicate this year's program to the American-Jewish Tercentenary, signifying the close relationship between our American heritage, our prophets and Biblical personalities. In addition to highlighting the contribution of the Jewish people in every area of American life the evening's program will emphasize the distinctiveness of American democracy, with its stress of the preservation of each group's tradition and identity. We must recognize the fact that patriotism to America does not mean giving up or negating of one's traditions, but rather living under freedom according to the dictates of one's heritage. This is the true essence of democracy. Academy Women Report On Progress of Journal Over $15,000 has already been contributed to the Hebrew Academy Journal, which will be published within a short time, declared Mrs. Irving Firtel. chairman of the Journal coordinating committee, of the Hebrew Academy at a meeting of her committee held at Temple Emanu-El this week. Mrs Sydney Rubinowitz. president of the Hebrew Academy Women, also heads a group of volUfteen who are assisting in selling dinner tickets and ads for the journal. Mrs. S. A. Goodman is assisting Mrs. Firtel. Confused Loyalty Program Rapped Continued from Pege 1 A on the part of the Jewish War Veterans to ferret out those who would substitute their own prejudices for the truth." The American legion magazine, which helped bring about the loyalty program, has voiced concern thai the monster is getting out of hand. The magazine blasted the government's "security firings" in which veterans were dismissed beC of malicious and untrue charges." The magazine cited three cases in which Federal agencies refused to reinstate veterans even though the charges were proved groundless, It quoted a governmem spokesman as saying: "We're not interested in the truth of the charges but only in the fact that the charges have been made." It is now clear to Jewish groups that anti-Semites may wield unprecedented secret power by falsely accusing Jews. How many of the more than 8,000 persons fired by the Eisenhower Administration have been Jews? A reporter in Washington may talk to an individual here or there who openly | complains. But most people keep | quiet when fired owing to fear that they will be unable to find other employment if word spreads that they were dropped as a "Red." It is known that attorneys have advised some clients to say nothing I about the fact that they were fired : for security reasons despite the client's contention that such charges were unjustilied. The point [ made by such attorneys, and they are many, is that it is courageous to become a cause celebre but unwise if one is looking for a new job. The security definitions are now so va£ue that the government can dismiss employees without actually accusing them of subversion. It is enough to claim that the employee has friends or relatives who are or were "leftwingers." Private defense industry has adopted government security standards. A case is recorded by Rep. Sidney R. Yates, Illinois Democrat, who learned that a young Jewish engineer was suspended as a security risk because he once helped in the movement of Jewish i refugees from Europe to Palestine. j Rep. Yates succeeded in getting an : Army screening board to grant a hearing. After much agony, the victim was cleared. Rep. Yates made public a letter of thanks from the young engineer. "While the decision is a great relief to me personally," he wrote. "I am not relieved of my very ardent conviction that the entire security procedure needs correction and improvement." tvelyn Gartenberg, joints out to Associate Judge of Miami Peach Charles Gertler (left) and Herman Eisenberg. executive lecretary of the Hebrew Academy, where the first lewish Mttlers established themselves in Florida, near St. Augustine, t-velyn is a member of the cast of Hebrew Academy students *ho will dramatize the American Jewish Tercentenary at their Annual dinner Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at the DiLido hotel. Among the rabbis serving on the dinner recep the national planning committee of the Jewish right, standing) Philip Shnairson of Temple Isr Hollywood; Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Cen Shore Jewish Center. Miami Beach; Samuel S. an Rabbis Max Landman, Temple Beth El. We of the Seminary's field activities; Irving Lehrm Waxman, West Miami Jewish Center. The din tion committee for the mid-winter conference of Theological Seminary of America are (left to ael, Orlando; David Shapiro, Temple Sinai, ter, Coral Gables; Mayer Abramowitz. North Lerer, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Seated st Palm Beach; Joel S. Geffen. national director an. Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach; and Alfred ner is scheduled for Sunday night, Feb. 13.



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PAGE 4 B +3e**3*gS£&&= naPAY.FEBBlUB vJ THE WORLD OF SPORTS Helfand to , ". i -.---.: -.% %  -: .'-•.-' kMHBna r* the more remnrt. %  %  .% %  %  oer rfOnt* eoa••• •-: -—..'-. i : %  t 5ew">*.: %  -.--. wflocH* hma ta%  Ml—fc* .s a ** swestm a hir. : f'* • — -,.--. -. %  ;.xai txfcecs wwh a new ". • • %  %  > |oraMbaa a the acMkto dhng and sssna~ '-"-. %  : %  : --I — r %  prysssnen* Jew. a&xyxi.; -.., •--* % % %  S^jPwSOlSl pHOaw f!Iprope**4tr -A 'he aw*Wfely riser" OF THE* WHICH SAY THEY AIE JEWS And Other EtMyt •n ffca Jewish Strvwak for Sur•ML By Hscace MKailen. EwM by Jwdah Pikh. New Yarw Btoch Publishinu Cam-, mmmt. M3 a*. M-50. By HILARY WINOLIN Dr KaHec< essays span, as his' edtaor notes, the gamut of modern Jewish Irfe If the problems which LI— in hun — such as what is a Jew what is his relationship to the world what is his right and where he has errors — ring with the ages the answers do not. they —rnght in the framework of our uaae and manifestly valuable ihuU — a>ought never to id straight through I -h..uld zjtt he blanketly condemn: their "reduplication." their overlapping and its consequent waste* and expenditure, and their unwillingness to relinqu:-h ajg authonty This view is perhaps truer of other communities than of Miami. | which exhibits a fair degree of cooperation among its groups, particularly with :r Federation acting as the central community i agency. Dr. Kailen sees thj^ to the general overorganj] just this type of coordbmjj -American way of liberty i wo Thi same concept fa strength of the New Te which is discussed m the 1_ say. "Of Them Which S^l Are Jews." And it is this j tive unity of variation the oneness and strength deism, and why there is instance, a Jewish \ tew of hi there are JewLh views of | It is from this deep of the value of difference,] and intra-cultura! that Dr sees the task of education ej mumcating a resp-m-ibility i loyalty to the indi\ idoafi i hentage. That Dr Kailen pntlo democracy in itfinest evident, and that democracrj meeting ground for all the i societies is indeed d coo tion devoutly to be ,-hed thinking Jew has an oblu feel, to read this ; j and beautifully written Bloch Centennial Pubhcati the way. Dr Milton R K nvih, | whom I had the g>d fo -tudy. has written a -horti Horace M. KaUen Hebrautl the book It is my pli isarefel him the last word, a courterf he often extended to ae %  classroom: To believe %  in the face of death to beli goodness in the face nf hope for better time> to %  work at bringing them about/f Kailen that is Hebraism 1 XT THE MOVIES %  more de-. any %  rgeratreacti/ary c -'ewry < %  ; %  -%  V. -• \, %  grace at—urt that -eileads %  '•d* to aab-SatHt. .r. the large-scale ef. ... Jt the anti-Semiuc —* u ':-' %  ." %  ... • •-.. ...... ~ %  -' %  -. %  -., -,,.-.' UM Cigarets Don't Irritate Tony's Throat Since He Never Smok< ^^ mmmm ***^mmm^ en as ''.'. ''"'•"% % %  -% %  • w***mw a awwaaeraajg. moae wno would attain polnical power in •ca through the incitement of feelings co noa i > to the basic tenets of the Republic, should remember the lesson of the recent elec tions. Almost without exception, those who used it found it a doubleedged sword Mr Xeuberger The anti-Semitic weapon in Oregon has a Iso been blunted by a unique tradition An unusually iarge number of Oregon Jews hare gained highcivic and diplomatic over the years Solomon HrarJi i. Minister to Turkey between 18 and 18S2. Joseph Si mon was a member of the Repubfi£-r ; National Committee and IS -Senator frr>m Oregon between 1887 d 1903 Julius L Meier was Cov" -.--• -ir ; % % %  %  %  by some people Hi. menage to the American Jew worth refromtte past "S.reeered no snore certain signal "' %  • '"' .'-* ..* i... :• M towards liberalism ll is to be hoped, however that Mssaosm is meant not only r —* •* ww the >>re of liberty % %  lal *hut also faith and neal of creatter. courage to pursue political change when it is due. B, LEON CUTTERMAN t O—In an interview wnh the press Tewj Martin, whose fmwui tenor voice has earned him %  nllmos. | never smoke. Smoking destroys the control and A new*aqwired But didr > you endorse a ogare I remember some adny. "do you recall **** : irettes do %  ot untate my tr-j^ I never smoke them When Dana;. Kaye was ir. he sect a picture postcard of the Veuus de Mile back to his young nephew living m Brooklyn. On the back of it bed wnrtea: -See what will happen to yaw if vou dont stop biting your na. The lady groped her way do %  *.-. 1 \ITEB \.\T10\S Vf#;\ : the movie theatre She %  n walked Peerce in an ai-le >eat :pped him on the shoulder. When he turned -he asked Pardon me. did I step ". r four I %  a few minutes adi : pi 1 an-' "Good -aid the lady Then • e Tucker wanted heranew n*d .sed with her paaj tion. "You'll have an easy time of it here." she said, since we have no children to annoy yea I like children Hhu Tucked the maid. "Don't go restricting yourself on my account." • • • e Cantor told us about the "^an who pulled up along_ MO> ln Moms' old Ford Where you going in -jchal I'm sick." Mornsaid "Terribly *ick The cop took a I the seat next to Morns *>i| ing form "Lo->kto e lik^ s^mg to the raced "Or said Morn1-ickn. Gwagffji Burn> wachattii %  if the oldest living California, and of cour-< ihe| Uasj came up. "To vkhaL' GwaenjK, -do nbulel long life?" "Mr Burns." said the oMl you can write it 'I" n sMl secret of a long and healthy I to eat some garlic i erj *• Ah -ajd Ge his re-i MtnOsn, hiiiiiniii, and TraHI. Judge Halpern s document -b,h dehes 7 esery ^.TolI" one of th?'^ ^"^ religious dcrimmat y ,S^!!.. 0 1 "! he p re s,n K P"blem e. ST tt *E r "" n -* Md intolour time ,' h V Rights which reads ... „, amirM n v fp. •gmn or bcuul in teaching, practce_„r-hip ,„ d observance J 1 ^'.jeligious intolerance is Halpern report open to serious. Human question Of the romi.1.,,1 •-w -.. KU r^aas latmn L """Plaint-.1 M„ .— %  — •"•w.-irnce ana reto changw his reugion or belipf and freedom. eSTalone or 1 -" %  • 'nijmus iree, The PPre*sion of minority religious groups is not a new phe-M-ena in histoTj%  Jsa Peerw ...esr*"



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)AY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955 Night XJ Pushes Dinner lead One >r Charity Ball Max OroviU, chairman of the (I annual Brotherhood Dinner the National Conference of ristians and Jews, revealed this [ %  k that the date of the dinner,' ijeduled for Feb. 21, will be postJed to Feb. 22, the following Iht, in deference to the St. Fran-; 'Hospital Charity Ball. The National Conference of ristians and Jews was made ^re of the fact recently that St. tads Hospital had scheduled iir Charity Ball, under the superIon of Fred Snite, for the night freb. 21, which was the same fcht the Brotherhood Dinner had fen planned by the "NCCJ. Snite endeavored to change the ke of their ball but was unable do so. James M. LeGate, chairkn of the NCCJ board of directs, stated that although the inviJions were already in the mail, hoard unanimously voted to ange the date of their affair to following night. The Fontainefeau hotel remains the site of the incr. Snite, in appreciation for what NCCJ has done, said, "the tCJ has displayed that it prac%  es what they preach. The shiftof their date is an example of ^.il real Brotherhood means, for o doing they have insured the %  of both the St. Francis unity Ball and the Brotherhood +Jewisli fWiktlir PAGE 9 A Baltimore Club Names %  lift l;9. |5rfrtth Resident Weissels Play Host To CJA Gathering Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, pionI. S. Smith was installed presi-1 dent of the Baltimore Friendship e er residents of Coral Gables and Club at recent ceremonies in Menprominent civic leaders for many delsohn's restaurant. i years, last week played host at Other officers named include S. | t neir home, 4620 Granada blvd., to Talesnik, vice president; J. Abram-1 a social gathering honoring leaders of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Community workers heard an address by Dr. Judd L. Teller, news correspondent, author and world traveler. On hand to greet the guests were eluding Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teig-: Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Ileiman and man, Mr. and Mrs. B. Traiger, Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, top son. treasurer; and Mrs. C. H. Talesnick, secretary. Jacob Labovitz served as toastmaster, with N. Caplan presiding at the installation. Some 75 persons attended, inand Mrs. F. Gross, Mr. S. Speret and Mr. and Mrs. S. Sakals. Guests of honor were Mr. and level leaders in the Combined Jewish Appeal. Dr. Teller discussed his recent Mrs. Sam Barber. Guest speakers bo t ok "Scapegoat of Revolution,'' which covers the major Jewish included Mrs. Helen Sanders, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, and Barpolitical movements and trends. The author is director of information of the Jewish Agency for I.O.B.A. f'l will do everything I can to lip their cause as 'well as the pse of the St. Francis Hospital." it) stated "that the NCCJ a happy to have been able to |>rk the situation out so that both brthwhile events could take place pthout conflict. Undoubtedly both Francis and NCCJ will benefit the change. I will lend my supkrt to the St. Francis Ball. Max Orovitz, chairman of the third annual Brotherhood Dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, clears with Fred Snite, chairman of the St. Francis Hospital Charity Ball, the date for both functions. The NCCJ dinner has been postponed one night in deference to the hospital's charity affair. FP&L Official Talks Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 8, at Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 West Flagler st. Plans for Heart Sunday will be revealed by the chapter's chairman, Mrs. Herman Wronkler. The drive is set for Feb. 20. Mrs. Harold Druker will introduce guest of honor Timothy J. 'Dawn to Dusk' Theme Of Temple Israel Show "From Dawn to Dusk" will be the theme of the Saks Fifth Avenue fashion show which members of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will see at their annual donor luncheon on Monday noon, Feb. 7, in the Sans Souci hotel. Members of the Sisterhood will do their own modeling for the Sullivan, assistant to the president j show, for which musical accompanof the Florida Power and Light' iment will be provided by the Louis Company, who will address the Adler trio. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman ber, who is past grandmaster of Palestine and is a frequent con tributor to the country's leading publications. In attendance at the Weissel affair were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Breslaw, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotli.eb, Mr. and Mrs. Book Review Tuesday Fifth in the series of book reviews for the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will take place Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. A current best seller will be offered in dramatic condensation by Mrs. I. M. Wein-1 ^j" 8 JGottlieb, Mr. and Mrs. .. ^ .J .. 'William Kneapler, Mr. and Mrs. stem. Mrs. Donald Murray is co-, Sam j H eiman. Mr. and Mrs. Abe ordmator. Proceeds are used for Hurevitz, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Hadassah vocational programs in Israel. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. David "Rifas, Colonel and Mrs. Nathan B. Rood, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. %  BJ group on "The Growth of Greater Miami and South Florida. reliminory Conference Sessions Under Way Preliminary sessions of the.midJ ntcr conference of the national tnning committee of the Jewish feoli _ical Seminary of America underway in Miami Beach this lik. with hundreds of delegates [the conclave scheduled to arrive i the next week. lie ("inference, which is being cooperation with the Unitiii' of America and the al Assembly of America, I is scheduled for the shel I'llJdo hotels, Feb. 10 us top officials of the i' national organizations alaily have arrived in Miami Beach I r, and several pre-conferIce meetings have been called. be conclave will be climaxed with linncr on Sunday night, Feb. 13, which Dr. Louis Finkelstein. lanccllor and president of the tminary, will be the principal Weaker. Charles Rosenaarfen [Conference headquarters have pen established in the Lincoln oad bldg., with Rabbi Joel S. Gef|n, Seminary field director, workIK with Samuel Halperin, chairIan of the Florida reception committee, in completing plans for the Inner. [Charles Rosengarten, president the United Synagogue of Amerconferred early this week with adcrs of the conference. He is '-chairman of the national planing committee and also a co-chairman of the conference. f "As we enter the fourth century the settlement of Jews in the uted States," Rosengarten said, Ke want to continue to make spirjual contributions which will en|cn all America. This conference r"l help us to raise the moral '•"idards of our nation and greatly hist in our program of spiritual latesmanship." Rosengarten Is a former member 'he Waterbury, Conn., Chamber Commerce and ia a member of 1,0 Parking authority of that city. Past president of the ConnectiJ t Zionist region, he is finance Airman of the Waterbury branch the University of Connecticut. Ben-Gurion Branch To Install Sax I. M. Sax will be installed president of Ben-Gurion Branch, Farband, during ceremonies Wednesday evening, Feb. 9, at Beth El Auditorium. Other officers assuming posts will be Dr. Harry H. Queen, honorary president; Solomon Halperin, vice president; Mrs. Blanche Quasha. financial secretary; Samuel Quasha, recording secretary; Rubin Burnstein, treasurer; Dr. Queen, cultural chairman. Mrs. Anna Sorin Build, publicity; and Dr. Queen and Burnstein. hospitalers. Executive board includes Manuel Burstein, Abraham Freedlin, Bernard Forman, Dr. and Mrs. B. Ishlan and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schwartz. Program will include readings by Beryl Morrison and Mrs. Clara Lepow. Cantor Fishel Lutman will render liturgical selections. is chairman of arrangements. In charge of program are Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and Morris Lansburgh. A duet by Rita Bukstel and Cantor Jacob Bomstein will be part of the musical program. Other committee chairmen for the event include the Mesdames Albert Jacobs, patroness; Henry E. Wolff and Mrs. Albert A. Green, hostesses; Edward Greenwood, decorations: Fred Abrams and G. L. Mendclson, tickets; Alvin Sandier, coin-boxes; and Max Mci-el. publicity. Models for the event are the Mesdames Harry Carlton, Martin Fine, John Owen, Albert Pollack. Marvin Rauzin, Alvin Richter, Dick Stern. Bernard Wall, Spencer Rudnick and James Cobbs. Synagogue Youth Meet Temple Emanu-El Chapter of the United Synagogue Youth will meet Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at the Temple Emanu-El religious school. Second Lieut. Paul Kwitney will speak on, "The Effect Military Life Has on a Soldier's Religious Life." Psychologist in Talk Milton Eber, Miami psychologist and member of the Dade County Youth Clinic, will lecture on "Emotional Health" on Tuesday evening, Feb. 8, at 490 SW 16th ave. Dade Federal Branch To Mark Birthday A mammoth 300-pound birthday cake and an evening of star-studded entertainment will feature the first birthday party of the Tamiami branch office of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association in its own branch office building. To be held Friday evening at the savings association's Tamiami office, 1901 SW 8th St., the anniversary celebration will star George De Witt. radio-TV personality, as master of ceremonies. Announcement of the party, to which the public is invited, was made by Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal. Joint Dance Sunday | i int affair wilh Temple Israel, on Temple Emanu-El Young Adults | Sunday evening, Feb. 6, at the will hold a "Cuddle Hop" dance, I Monte Carlo hotel. COMPLETELY NEW! CAMEO Wash. Avt. at 15th Miami B.h Oftn 1:45 Yiddish-American Vaudeville with MAX ami ROSE B0ZYK IE0N SCHACHTER FlOtfNCI WEISS CITEl STEM SAM MUMSTEIN •ad STAN PORTER On Hta Str— -"AW —HI in "STIAN6M ON THE n0WL" Executive Session Due Executive committee of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges will meet on Sunday morning, Feb. 6, at the new B'nai B'rith Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. B'nai B'rith representatives from throughout Florida are expected to attend the executive committee sessions. AVOiD SVRVERY Specializing 25 Years in NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT of • All RECTAL DISORDERS • HEMORRHOIDS (piles) • PROSTATE GLANDS • VARICOSE VEINS • HERNIA (rwptvrt) DR. A. SCHREIBER'S CLINIC 2036 S.W. 1st St. Ph. 9-9673 = INITIAL EXAMINATION and DIAGNOSIS $5.Q0



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PAGE 6 A •. Imiit fkrkf&n Mi SS Ern.ce Weinlcle Becomes Mrs. Shorr at Emanu-EI Ernice Weinkle. daughter of Mr and lbs. Carl Weinkle. 5045 Lakeview dr.. Miami Beach, became the bride of Robert Guy Shorr. son of Mr and MrNathaniel P Shorr. Long Island. New York, on Sunday. Jan 30. Guests from 16 states and miny local friends and relative* witnessed the nuptial ceremony performed at Temple Emanu-El by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader The bride was i.ven in marriage by her father, pioneer resident of Miami Beach Be>t man iaid D. Shorr. of Baltimore. Md..' brother of the groom Maid of honor was Ha Harriet Mark, oft Ml Holyoke. Mass. a r ot the bride at Oh: SUt -.iversity. Bridesmaids were Mrs Donald Shorr. sister-ir -. of Savai -. of the bride ar.d Miss** Louise Lefkcwitz. Iris J. Mae Le\:r.e. Miekej L H and Ellen Wafa I -hers included :'. %  the bride: Jerome Weink Weinkle. Dr Milton W bert Chaikm and John K Also serving as usher> uere Weinkle. the bride's brother, ar.d Joseph Lenchner of Pittsburgh. Pa Petite Jeanne Weinkle J: n:ece of the bride %  girL The bride's gown was a ex%  seed pearls Dg the neckline Bowks • : nd Bwwfallii a clusters c ten1 the as well as the .\ peau de mi The waist : -..k peau ti ci:pped low in the back I A ban i %k• Among the out of town gu< Mr and Mrs. David Silv.r Bracker, Miss Rose Bloomberg. Miss Ariene Bracker. Mrs. I-conard nan, Mr 1 Silver. Mr. and Mfl Wolfe Silver. Mr and Mrs. Murray | Silver, Mr Stanley Silver. Miss Kay Silver. Mr. and Mrs Sam Cootejr an.l Mr Reuben Cooky, Savannah.! Ga Mr ud Mrs I.. A. Rosenberg. Mr and Mrs Harley Ross. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs Metvin Weinkle. Atlanta. Ga. Mr and Mrs Ted Linn. Mr. and Mrs Emanuel Weinkle and Mr and Mrs Leo H Weinkle. Asheville. | ||)IS nCfllltV I'lillls N.C; Mr and Mrs Julius Levine. ,, A n r J| Wnrlilini Wilmington. N.C; Mr and Mrs UI1 A|)I II WCCKIlllJ David I •--lev. Melbourne. Fla: ; Barbara Shanes. Univer*itjr of MrAbe Mailman and Mr. Ben | Miami Ibis beauty, and Ne, \ iir i(i tartar* Shar Tobin. Hollywood, Fla. rison Schiff are planning i vt ^.' Mr and Mrs Abe fhardkof£.i d ?f. n r |y A P n ;Mr and MrAbe Newman. Dr. and "'"J^^T"*** !" ^"^ MrHarold Newman. MrNathan Mr Anthony Colson.t or..I ..^^ ShTSr. and Mrs. Joseph Wile*-1 %  Jff! *3Z*> K,n ^ **J ski and Miss Beatrice Chardkoff. **>"* l!,, ?, nd Y „ M „ 1 Jacksonville. Fla; Mr and Mrs. f > %  "•*< Highland iUi, f I Leo Chardkoff. Dr. and Mrs. Mo.ses I ^ool forGirls. West Lw* ; Chardkoff and Mr and Mrs. Sam B "nch^NJnd will gradu* uel Stein. Tampa. Fla. fr K m tne Uof M ,n Juno J ,. „ „ chology major. Mr and Mrs Julius Kahn. Ken• she Moags to ihe Ph,;,,^. nett. Mo : Mr and Mrs Joe W4nand SortoIofy clubs Homecoariai. gartenandMr. and Mrs Abe \\ em -' princesSi Hurricane honev ad garten. Houston. Tex ; Mr and Mrs. Te pr i nces s are campuJoseph A. Pincus, San Antonio. L^^^ awarded hcr J ,. Mr. Schiff is the son of Mr M | Mr and Mrs Abraham Stern. Mpi Harry SchH(> ^ v ndlI Tex od, N I : Dr and Mrs Alexander Kay. old Westbury, L.I.: i JJJJ (nm ^ Vmi9 ^ t y w %  'J. t***n C. Sa*rr grand baIlro>m. whuh vat Pr and Mrs. Abram L. Saehar. Newtoaville Man.; Mr and Mrs Irvin Greif and Mr and Mrs Donald D Shorr. Baltimore. Md ; Mr. and Mrs Bert Greene. Woodmere. L.I.; Dr and Mrs Irving Horowitz. I Great Neck. L I Mr Joseph Lenchner. Pittsburgh. i'..: Dr and MrBernard Chat kin. Chestnut Hill-. Ma-. Mr and MrSamuel Cooke. Philadelphia Pa.. Mr and MrJoseph Cherner. I ave.. Miami Beach. He wa.-jduMiami where he was preside!.• of Hi Lambda Phi fraternity. He i n m a building contractor. Carrying out the c me of %  bridesrr.i! %  -:it* the >cene of the dinner following: Washington. DC; Miaa Harriet' the ceren Mark. South Hadley. Ma— Miss gowns a pale I ag • %  • %  '.> bac kg roand for Natalie Shorr. Bronx. NY: Mr.I :.-; %  caps of billet pink and : ~ the aas a trellis covand Mrs N D. Shorr. Mrs. Bertha dnpe4(hoohJer st aktafle brosdered brilliant shower of Cohea, Forest Hills. N.Y. completed tht. lies. All. wore corsages of phalaenopsb -pray orchidColonel Henry Kaplan. Mrs Jagwore ahoft white 1-r sie Davidson. Mr. Jack Saunders, and carried bowajueli I debutante Mrs Jena After a wedding trip to Nassau, Mr and Mrs. Abe Wech.-ler. Mrs. pink camellias with light bhw love: -•*.. Whil ; oung couple will reRuth Howland and Mr William birds. ofBcweas and light pmk caside in Miami Beach Koppelman. New York City; Mr Flower gjrl Jeanne We -nade up the ahde decora The former MhB Weinkle attendand Mrs Joseph Larkev. East Orvote a attnsatnre duplicate of the idic? to • The traed Miami Beach High School. Ohio ange. N J Pr and Mrs Macyln bndesrcaids gown in ballet pink I drtional canopy was of wtene sat. State University and the University Baker. South Orange. N.I Mrs ar.d earned a basket of rose petaLs ar.d pi> pink came! of Mum; Mr Shorr attended TiiMeyer Chazin. Verona NJ % a nd The bride's mother. Mrs Carl F^>ral eote scheme t>r. Prep School and is a graduate Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Greenbcrg Weinkle. wore a custom designed wa.s repeated at the Foctainebleau of Per.n State University He serv Patern N J Miss Zelikoff Weds Mr. Joseph Mintzer Miss Diane Zelikoff became the bride of Joseph MinUer m cerees at the ae hotel or, Jan. 2 Rabbi Simon Apr: ciated Former:;, of Paterl N .' cewlywed Mr< Mintaer the daughter of Mr ar.d MrJ spa Ze L koff. Mr Mintzer s parents %  Max Mmtaers, 1510 sw Miami. Maid of honor was Miss r> I Elo wa ^ best man. The bnde wore a Lee gown over tu! ^,. ballet-length She carried green and brown orchids or. a .B:ble. Maid of '-. -. r was ittired in a ballet-length pink -i!k gown and carried a nosegay of pink camehas and purple at i Mintzer atteadc I schools and the Vogue School of Modeling a New 1 -. Mr Mintzer. a native Miamian. graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the Univernda and the In:-. of Miami He served three ve.,-'with the Navy m Korea and affiliated with Burk Construction Corp. Out-of-town guests included Mr and Mrs. Samuel Halpenn. McRae Ga and Mr. and Mrs L Katz. Mr Samuel Mintzer and Mrs. Rose Escol, Kit i iisliib To Marry in Texas t The Shamrock hotel in H Tex will be the setting for the Feb. 20 wedding of Miss Babette and Melvin Kleinstub Th* need Mr and Mrs Louis 813 Vend Waj Mr Mrs The"' the late I M 1 *** b nd '' l ct %  graduate of Beach H •here^ he i a Miller. Shafkowitz Plan June Wedding Am^ Miller and Ah; W Shafkowitz are planning a wedding in New York Cit> Miss Miller is the daughter of v Mrs. Jessie Miller. 1043 NE 157th. ter. North Miami Beach and the: late Herman Miller. She aended the University of Miami a.-l w pledged to Iota Alpha Pi rorijj She is now attending Charr n Williams commercial college Mr. Shafkowitz is the son of W-• and Mrs. Herman ShaiKO*!* Bronx. N.Y. Miss taactf* licit "Sweel Sixteen" Partv For Ina Schwartz •" w K^arS Jewish Drama^pirT At Saturday Forum Dr (ioltt'sinans Reveal Harriette'i Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gott?sa of Miami Beach, are am. invial, the engagement of their daufMtM Harnette. to Samuel Simon x>n' Mr and Mrs. David SIT lyn. N Y The young.couple fie > in ^ plane from New York to -^'""JT day with the parents of M Doekowirz. aU of New York City Jr and Mrs Leopold Schwartz of 80 fnenV % are M eXSd Kh ln S ^ wZ* ZSK^x ^ *'" ** ^"-t which time M. sr^-^ us Sr-s:!5 -aBBSSRs ^ -< a junior at Miam. n. L ^onoeganon '" Kne ^ h Uri,H >in. Beach High School, attea** Mr Simon attended WJ --••"", Spring Queen.' Miss Caienda, iZ.,1 V Mukdor 1 '" dbeajn Gu-r and -Mis, Let, er Glri | A !" nd ^'" Theater in State College and is a gradtiatejj —i w Following a honeymoon m Mi Council J" "T CHUO "" —'J' Morrison ,i] -i Beach, the couple now re^^L^ "^ ^ Si "tt?^J read-1 WorW v7.7li New York University He Hustrate in the riirnnaan Theatre d siding a, 305! SW 27th ave. Mianl^rity 5 ""*** *"*" '' r !" f her K rum is !"j'une 4 haTbeen selected s.U^j



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RELIGIOUS OPPRESSION STILL MAJOR ISSUE ii^Ji^VkvMUEIIiOipidlJigun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955 SECTION B JEWISH ARBOR DAY CELEBRATED MONDAY LPVISOR ON GERMAN REPARATIONS MISS MINNIE FE1NBERG BELIEVES Uamians May be Eligible and Not Know it JEWISH FLORIDIAN FEATURE In her own words. Miss Minnie feinberg is "a retired school ^arm." Actually, she is anything ut retired. The %  a u rget k, smilwoman is eaeeartive secretary Fthe Greater Miami Section, Ma* Tonal Council of Jewish Women a post she has heM since December, 1951. The Miami Section, founded in 1923 by pioneer resident Mrs. Isidore Cohen, has been concerning Itself for years with immigration Ind naturalization, citizenship classes and English instruction for the foreign born. "Right now," Miss Feinberg explained, "one of our major activities revolves about 'Wiedergutmachung' —restitution ( that they may grow up in good form and lA.tT usc on ,h Succoth holiday to come in the fall. The [ConsT"!.. Israel ^ "**"" t0 have h d s P ecial P ,lc selec H for this day called "Piyutfm." quarters in Atlanta, and he has been extremely helpful in getting these claims processed." She believes that there may be many more people here who are eligible fwr restitution and may not know about it. Miss Feinberg feels it is extremely important for them to contact NCJW before expiration of the law under which such claims may be filed. Date of expiration is September, 1955. The September, 1953 indemnification act replaces the older law of 1950," she said. which now make persons eligible for restitution who were not in Germany after January, 1947. This was impossible under the old law. In addition, the new law permits person* to file clatm* for less ei education, health, professional training and civil service positions." Miss Feinberg noted that most of the clients now being process ed by the Miami Section were born in countries like Hungary, Poland or Czechoslovakia—areas overrun by the German army Continued on Page 10 B Million Dollar Birthday Party to Honor Heiman, Push CJA Fund Drive A "Million-Dollar Birthday Party" saluting the leadership of a top civic worker is being heralded as one of the most unique Combined Jewish Appeal campaign events in local history. Several hundred co-workers of Sam J. Heiman. general campaign chairman, have joined with members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet and officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to announce the unusual social event in recognition of Heiman's birthday on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the Algiers hotel. The evening's program will include dinner, dancing and night club acts and will be held in the Rubaiyat room. A concentrated effort to bring CJA pledges up to the million-dollar mark will be made by all campaign divisions on that evening. Achieving this total would enable the campaigners to keep their pomise of a streamline 90-day drive, according to the present time-table. CJA leaders point out. A committee of four community leaders came forward spontaneously to head the arrangements group for the unusual birthday party. They are Carl Weinkle. David Levinson, Aaron M. Kanner and Jack Carner. Mrs. Louis Glasser is in charge of arrangements and program. The mid campaign affair, intended as an intimate surprise gathering of Heiman's friends, turned into a double-purpose birthday affair when Heiman's many hundreds of co-workers learned of the plans. Noted among the first requests were those of Trades Workers who had served side-byside with Heiman in last year's campaign. The quartet of co-chairmen say the party is to be a "fun-filled, starstudded, brilliant evening of entertainment" to salute the achievement of Heiman and his campaign I workers whose efforts have brought the CJA drive to its pres-1 cnt vantage position of 20 per cent over last year's total at this same time. Aaron M. Kanner. former CJA campaign chairman, will be in charge of attendance at the gala affair. Weinkle. Initial Gifts chairman, whose group raised $639,000 at the opening fund raising event. will serve with Jack Carner. WinJ ter Residents chairman, in the capacity of "total-checkers." Levinson, an active worker in the CJA Hotel Division, has gone all-out to stage "the most lavish and exciting dinner dance party in the history of the Algiers hotel." In addition to a fun-packed evening replete with night club entertainment, dancing, and a full banquet, all guests will receive souvenir menus saluting the achievements of the Combined Jewish Appeal More than 150 orchids have been ordered for the occasion. "If each and every campaigner will cover his assignments by Feb. 8, we may be able to present our chairman with the finest birthdaygift he has ever received—one million life-dollars for CJA," said Weinkle. Orovitz Urges Top Effort for Sinai Jubilee An appeal "for the greatest concentrated effort ever" was sounded by president Max Orovitz at a j meeting of Mount Sinai Hospital's • board of trustees this week. Orovitz was referring to the hos, pital's fifth annual all star Jubilee, j which will be held at the Miami i Beach Auditorium on Mar. 3. when he urged all members of the board to "get out and sell tickets a.s never before in order to insure the success of this year's affair." "Although our goal of $150,000 is the largest since Jubilee's inception,'' Orovitz said, "it must be reached if the hospital is to continue its free services to the medically indigent of the community, its training programs for residents and nurses and its ever-growing research and diagnostic departments ." Jubilee chairman Howard Kane also took advantage of the meeting to give a report on the ticket drive's progress. "It is moving," said Kane, "but not nearly fa-t enough for any of us to relax our efforts." According to Kane, Ed Sullivan, of TV's Toast of the Town, will again fly down to act as master of ceremonies for the show, which will feature the top names in show business. Several of these "names" are stars who have never before appeared in this area. Ed Sullivan Local Pioneer Women's Groups in Heavy Schedule To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late Reverend Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, renowned orator, teacher and Zionist leader, the members of his family have established an endowed award, to be known as the Zvi Hirsch Masliansky Award in Homiletics, at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth David Congregation spiritual leader who recently returned to Miami following a tour through South America andCuba, will be guest speaker at the Golda Myerson Club's "Hamisha Aser B'shvat" celebration on Tuesday evening, Feb. 8, at Beth El Auditorium. Rabbi Shapiro will present in detail the past five years of achievements in Israel. Mrs. Sophie Seeman, Jewish National Fund chairman, is arranging the program which will include the showing of an Israeli movie and the reading of original poetry in Yiddish by Mrs. Sonia Gerber. Mrs. Jacob Weiss, 2530 SW 25th ave., is opening her home to Kadimah Chapter members and their friends for their monthly dessertcard party on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 8. Mrs. Sol Braun, Mrs. Jacob Raffel and Mrs. Nussman are cohostesses with Mrs. Weiss. Two IZFA students, currently enrolled at the University of Miami, are on the program scheduled by the KaJimah Chapter for their monthly meeting on Thursday evening, Feb. 10, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Stanley Saal will illustrate a talk on modern Israel with the movie he filmed on his recent visit there, and Boni Hyman will sing Israeli numbers and lead the Kadimah members in a community songfest. Mrs. Cele Segal, president, will be hostess for this meeting in celebration of her birthday. At the monthly meeting of Club n on Monday evening, Feb. 7, at Kneseth Israel Congregation, Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president, will present plans for the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organization 15th annual donor luncheon scheduled for Feb. 27 at the DiLido hotel. Twenty-nine years ago on Ha* misha Aser B'shvat Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman were married, and to Continued from Page 3 B



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HDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1955 1 • +Jewlsti HorMian PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 179002 JOSEPHINE V. PABKICVI£H. Plaintiff, uiiM S 1'AHKKV It'll, Hff.MiiUnt 1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE TOAI-AM S. i'ASKBVICH \|iH:-.l-:.-S UNKNOWN" I Vim !• %  hereby nouii.-.i thai a Bill i i 'umiilaint for I'll") v hii IH I II I ',,1 iKiiinsI Mm. mill yi'U lire requir,,l In serve II OOP} of i Answir or ,|| nR to iliIJIH "f Complaint on in i.liiiMili! Attorney, l'\VII> LE\ INK 1 : N W. l-Hi Ava Miami, I I.,,,I., .mil llli' Ih* original Answer L dlni in tha offlc* "f Hi'Clerk | ,,,,. f|n nil i iOUli on in l.efi'i .UN -.ih day "I February, 1MB. II you i ,n I,, .In K'i. ludgincnt by default will / ,,,i,, n mfalntt you (or the relief demanded i" tlI-" 1 f Complain! llu ii,.tire iihnll •• puWiBhed encr,...,.h wi-i'k fr fo" 1 ronsi-.-iilivf week,-, „' Till-: IKWIStl Kl.i iltl I IA-s DO.Ni: AND ORDICRKD al Miami, I. ;,,,.„i.i. Hi-Hii fay of January, A '''"' i: I! I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court I tail*County, Kim id.i l-.i JOAN COL'RNOTEK, • court s.-.il) Deputy Clark 4-I1-1X IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175942 ALFRED l.'. MOSS, Plaintiff, Vs. rsTIII-IR M MOSS, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ror, EHTHER M Moss, addreaa unknown, are horob) required to serve ., copy of your Aimwer to a Hill ,,f Complaint for Divorce mi I'lalntlff'a Attorney, ROBERT I LEWISON, Tin itineaynr Bulldinc, Miami, Plortfa, and ill, the original with the Clerk of the i) led com i. on or baton UM 2Xth daj "' l-VI-iuaiy Of a ill-fault will i. ni.ii-ii against ) ItATED in Miami. Florida, Oils Mtb d.o "f January, II K n l.KATHSIt.MAN'. i ierk, Circuit Court B) WM W STOCKING Deputy Clark %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  reigned, desiring to ongajra '" under the fl< ame of I.\I I, H CITIES SERVICE BTATK IN, N W -nil A\enue, intendto .i name Ith tl Ih.' circuit I 'mn i of I lade County, i.i. JAM EH i: MACI:— 100% Hi (BERT I I.KWISi IN, E8CJ JasiMM II. M i :••. — :: 1-11-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ISHEREBY DIVKN that i ,:n. .I. deajrlns to engage in null : Itie flctltloua HI NATION \l. nl'TlKinlt SAl.KS. at 129 agler Street, Intenda to reirtHi name with the Clark of the Court "f Dade County, Florida. HAROLD SCHECHTKR K'lVNER a UA.NNHEIMER for National I nitdoor Sale* -2/4-11 N thi I M \ M i : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "I Hi: is HEREBY HIVKN that up i.signed, di-Klrlng to engage in indar the fi'tltliius mumm IWiOH BEAUTY SALON, nt 11151 -iviiHighway, intemiH to register %  with the Clark of the Clt 1 n i ..f Dade County, Florida. MAROO DUDLEY, Own. i — iII -is — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX that %  ii.-.I. deairlna t" i-nnaw In under the flctltloua name of M.iil-l'Y JOE'S, at 267 Kant Fuller M ami, Florida, Intend* to reg%  I II tme with the Clark of the t of 1 Hi,' County, Klorhla. ESTHER HIDVERMAN, Owner M KANNBR %  Eather Bllvorman 1 -1 — -' i-11-18 W T SIDE ALL 'ROUND NEWYORK CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE S.609, YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE, OR TELETYPE N Y 1.3*01 SHUTON •MM mm Teletype NY 1-3601 Comtortoble Rooms' Sansibl* Roiotj TV Available ( Air Conditioning Ctntral locations Fine Food Friendly Hospitality Conventions, Garage \ (At the Shelton Enjoy the Free Pool and Monte ProseW 0YAL CKIST LEGAL NOTICI %  K, Tl N i >T -'5 E TO CREDITORS M E r, C0 ^J?J Y JUDOE'S COURT L.^^.S? FOR DADE COUNTYf r L ?, RID A IN p OBATE, No. 32343-B I" Re ESTATE OF MORRIH IUCHTER, I i To AM i redltors noil All Pereona Havpujt lalniH or Demands Agiun.-t Hald You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to preeent any i-lalniM anil ilinaimls whli-h vou, or either nf you, may have agalnat the eatate ol Moititis RICHTER, di %  ii late "f Dade County, Klorl.ia, to the i RANK H. DOWL1NU, Count) Juiige of 11,ni,. County, and file the •ame In hioffice in the County Courthouae in Dada County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the Mate uf ihe first publication hereof. Saul i-lalms or demands to contain the legal addreaa of the olalmant ami to he morn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred Date January IT, A.l>. 19ii, SYLVIA HlcirTER, As Ailiiiinislratilx of Uio I ••!.-, I •MiiHHIS RK-HTER, P. 1 It. MAYERS Attorney for Administratrix 1102-IM Congress Bldg., Miami, Pla. 1/21-28 — 2/4-11 %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175831 RUTH LEVY, Plaintiff, va. HUBERT LEVY, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: HUBERT LEVY 340 Baal Kind street Apartment 1 D Hew York, New York You are hernlty notified that i I'.ill nf Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, anil you are herehy required to eorve a copy Of your An%  Wer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of th^ Ctroult Court, nn or In-fore the l\th day of I-.In nary. IMS; otherwise, the all"gatlons of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated thla 18th day of January, MM. E B. LEATHERMAN i "lei k of i ir.ult i 'ourt B) K. ll. RICE, JR (Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal) I;I;I iRfJE .i T \ I.IAMIKF, i:sij. Mtornei for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. i 11-18 1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai tin underabjjnad, dealrtna to engaae In i IIM u undi r I he flctltloua name of CORAL WAY TAVERN al %  ; H.W, -'-'nil St.. Miami, l-'la inlenils lo registar said name with ihClerk of the 'ii. mi Court of Dade County, Klorlda. HARRY .I'lllN NAD1CK8BERND KESSl.Ei; ALUARS At tornej f"i Aiipiieant ttlH i"t l-lagl.-i HL 1/14-21i NOTICE UNDER FIC1 I TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underaicned, deairlna to angaca in liiisinesa under the fh-tltloiis name of SEA ISLE SUNDRY SH'H'. at 1001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the i 'iii-uil Court of Dade County, Florida LEONARD LOWENTIIAL IttEAl.) ELEANOR LOVV*WJ!HAr' OSKAA,) ,Soli owners f!Hl*lK CH EllTKOr Attorney for tluiiw. tin? oiynipla I'.ullding, Miami, Florida 1/14-21-2X — 2/4 LE GAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua nai I CAMNBR A. CAMNER, -it 1(81 SW, 13th Terrace, Intend lo reflate name with the Ii i k of ih. circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HERMAN CAMNER IRWIN D. CAMNBR Bole owners LEONARD EAI.ISII Attorney for Appllcanta 1001 iiui'ont r.idg. D14-21-2S — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN thai the undi-rsigneil, deairlna Xo ngage in bualneaa undi r t he fictltloi JIM DOOLEY ENTERPRIKEH (Not ;-. %  it J ISE s w nitii .v.,. Miami, Ha., Intenda lo refflater aald name with the Clurk of the CtrcUH Court of Dade County, fAortda. JAMBS L DOOLEY, Bole Owner HENRY M CAIN A ttoi iii-v for Ai'i'iii a ni : • W. Flagler st. 1/I4-21-2S — -' I NOTICE UNDER FICTtTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY lilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaae in business under the fictitious name of MAGNOLIA SCNDKIES. at 14r>7<) N.W, 22nd Avi-., Dade County. Intends to legist, isaid name with 111of tha Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, N. S. EIIRENHERQ MORTON BE1QEL Attorney for Applicant Blscayne Hldg. 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iinih-i -signed, il.-siiing to engage in buslneaa under the fictitious name of 1 (TOWN REALTY, at -".74 &f S. W. 8th St.. IntciiiN to register said nan the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Hoi nl.i. MARVIN D. Mi'i.i: 1/21-28 — 2/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th, unilet siKin-il. deairlna t" an bualneaa under tha flctltloua name of L'NITED GARMENT COMPANY, at 22-, N W 1-irsi -Court. Miami, Intend to register aald name with IhOf the Circuit Court Of Da.le Coillitx, Florida MARlloi.n DL'BROW KIRT MENDED in-lini iiii-i s KIRT \Vi:i.LISCH Atiiiinei for Appllcanta 1111-17 Congress Building 1/28 — 2 I-11-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 175778 FRANCES Si 1IIKCMAN. Plaintiff. WILLIAM MILL BLACK, a-'k/a WILLIAM II HI.Ails HELEN RUTH I'l \CK. a k a HELEN R. BLACK; CLARENCE GRIMM ELECTRIC CO., INC., a Florida corporation GKOKGE E. ItUNNELL, INC., a Florida corporation. IOSF.PH 11. GARR1HON. d/b/a GARRISON Ll'MHER COMPANY; ATLAS Ki/ioRINi;. INC.. a Florida corporation; R B. LEONARD, d/b/a R. B. LEONARD WINDOWS. ^ 1. A. BCHAFKR; MARION sCHAFKR; I -i.i-ci.AS Ll'MBBR CO., a Florida eoraorauon; FRANK M. WATKIN; UiWIIV ELECTRIC CO. INCo^ a Florida corporation: PF.AI OCK LUMBER ANH SCPPLY COMPANY, u Florlds corporation, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: I. A. HHAF'F'.K. 2125 Lowell Avenue, Louisville. Kentucky MARION SHAKER. 212.-, Ixiwell Avenue. Louisville. Kentucky ,„,,,_ YOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED that a complaint to foreclose mortgage haa I" aaalnst you in the above cause and you are required to serve a copv of your answer on RICHARD KltlKi;i:it FINK, ITalntlffs Attorney. 112-11 Congress Hulldlng. Miami. Florida, and file the original with the ck-ak of the above Court on • the 28th dav of February, 145. otherwlae a default will be entered agAlnst you. DATED: this Nth day of January. "* E It LEATHKKMAN, Chi k of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida Hy WM. W STOCKJNO. Deputy Clerk 1/M — I/4-11-II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnew lindei the fictitious name of ALFiE'H NEWS, at 1884 Alton Road. Miami I'MI h, int. mis to register said name wuli the Clerk of th.Cll in Court of Hade County. Florida. ALFRED MART MORTON M BEIGEL Attorney for Applicant Blacayne Bldi i n-ti — 2/4-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the iinderelgned, dealrlne 1 to engage in bualneaa under the flctltloua name of MENDELSOHNS K08HER RESTAURANT i CATERERS, al 151 ColUna An-. Miami I'.eai Ii, intends to i aald name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Curt of Dade County, Florida. SAM nHfTSCH, Sole Owner MAI.VIN BNGLANDER Attoi in-! for Applicant 311 Lincoln Rd 12/24-31 — 1/7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B In i:. ESTATE OF IsilaiK BLOOM, Deceased NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims oi Demands Against Bald Eat Vim. and each Of yim, are hereby notified ami required t,, preaeni any • i.iiniand iieiiiainis which imi, or althai "i you, ma) have agalnat the estate of IHIDOR BLOOM, d< late of Dade County, Florida, to tha HON. FRANK B DOWLINU, County Judge of Dad.County, ami file the MIIIIin Ills office In the Count) emu th tae in 11 on i <.iint> lim ni.i, withliKcight calendar months from the iii-i el tin fu-i publication hereof. Bald l.mill "i iii-iiiamis to contain tinlegal address of the claimant and to inaurora i" end preeonted aa afort said, or same will isbarred s.-,. s*-*-ii-.ii 120 .,1 the L933 I Dut.Msniiarv 17. A D I'., i. liELL*. BLUOM. All V'lli In -'..• %  IX Of tile Beta isn a |R I:I,I n IM, D BERK K. SII IPIRl i ,v PRIED Attorneys for Adminiatratrlj l 11-88 — t 4-n LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. th Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court t Dude Counti. Florida R. I-:. Bl'SSEY. Sole Owner QOliDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Reglstiant ttOl West Flagler Street. Miami, Pla, 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business un der the fictitious name of EARLS COFFEE SHOP, at 2206 N W. THth Street, Miami, F'la Intenda to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. R. F: BUBSEY, Sole owner GOLDMAN A i;ol.DS-|'EIN Attorney! for Registrant MM Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Ha. l/14-tl-SI — 2 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to e nga ge In i.ithe flctltloua name "f EARL'8 MARKET, al 1201 N.W. Ttth stici. Miami, Fie int.mis to register aald name with tha Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade founty, F'lorl la. it. i.-.jrnnKY s,.,:.. owner GOLDMAN T?TT1.I>STEIN At toi iiei for R< glstranl ; West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla. I 14-21-28 — 1/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176060 JAME8 B MC OCINNB88, I'l.ilntiff BALI iTT 11ERES A MC OC1NN BBS, I lelelldallt SUIT FOR DIVORCE T' SALLY THERESA Ml' GUINNESS UplM Street RoJrbUO', Massachu You are In iih. notified that s ('.ill of Complaint For Divorce baa been filed ajra Inert you, and you are required to aerve a copv of your Answer or ng to the Pill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. CHARLES J. IOI'KSHON. ESQ., fi'i". Lincoln Road, Miami Beech, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk "f the circuit Court on in I..-fore the 23rd dav of February, IMS. If you fall to do so. Judgment In def*uM will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeaa in THE JEWISH I I.OR1DIAN DONE AND ORDERED st Miami. Florida, this 2ith day of January. A.D. 1 | B LEATHERMAM, ''Nik. Chciiit Court, l>ade County. Florida. try u II RICE, in (Circuit Coiiit Seal) Deputy Clerk 1/2S — '4-11 -IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IlKltEI'.Y OIVEN that ll .inilerelgned, desiring to engage in undei he fii tltlOUS name of V. 8. HAItllEd'E. at MO 1 Mia l^.cka ftlvn., <>pa Lnrlra, intend to register said name with the Clerk of th .uit Court of Da.le Count i. Florida. CHARLES T IIROWN ETHEL M. BROWN HENRY C.RADY Aitoi-ney for Applicants 1041 Bey bold Bid*. 2/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA FORM AN i also known as ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE CHBRTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK, ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA FOREMAN and ASK A L'HA It I i K. I NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Credltora and All Pereona Ha^ ing Claims ur Demands Ana,list Said I. -tale. You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to preeent any claims ami m mands which you, or either ol >ou. may have against tinestate of ANNA FORMAN, et,-., de. late "f Da.le County, Florida, to the HON. FRANK B DOWUNU, County Judge of Dade County, ami file tha same in Inoffice in the County Courthouae In Dade County, i, within eight calendar montha from the date of the first publication hi rent Bald claim-' or il. ni.i D contain the local addreeo "i the claimant and to l>c sworn lo and pi' oi ame will be bai red, See SecUoll 120 Of tile IN • Act. Dat.January IT, A.D HERBERT s. 8HAIMRO An Administrator C.T.A. of tinBatata of ANNA FORMAN, 11. BERICK SHAPIRO \FRIED Attorneya foi Admlnlatratoi C.T.A. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392 B IN RE ES I ATE i -FANNA FORMAN, ..l-'i knoii n ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE CHER rt iK, ANNIE CHARTl ICK, ANNIE I'HUMAN. ANNA FttREMAN and ASKA CHARTOCK, Dew NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: You are herebj notified that %  wi ten Instru nt purporting to be the last will ami LeatameaL of said decedent has been attmltttM to probate in said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publl of this notice to appear In said Court and show cause, if any vou can. why the action of aald Court In admitting said will to probate should not stand um ei oked FRANK B. HOWLING. County Jodae B) JENNIE 1. PL ANTON. < Mei k (C J. SEAL) 1 21-2S I 4-lt IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 34197.A IN RE: Bate te of FRANK 8 ROBERTS, Deceaaed ORDER OF PRESUMPTION OF DEATH This .Tl-. coming on to be before uie, uui nuaut to i oth •• duly pul.lished as reiiuFreid hy law, and the court having beard evidence in rapport ol th. p, i,lion heretofore filed herein hy Blanche B Roberta that PRANK s ROBERT8, husband of Petitioner, haa been abaenl t Dade for n than s< ven > cars last | „ k the 'i id Petition and Is helieie.l in be dead; ami the Court lielng aatlsfleil that the legal iition of the death Of I FRANK 8 RUPERTS has been lishe.l. and the Court being fully ad1 I" Ihe pi. in %  __„.,„ IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED that FRANK B ROBERTA be. and he Is herein presumed lo he dead: IT IB FURTHER ORDERED that this Order shall he published once a week for four consecutive weeks In a newspaper In l>ade County, Florida; IT IS FVRTHFZR ORDERED that FRANK s RORERTS, aald sum-ised decedent, if alive, or any person for him, shall prod! to this Court within three months from the date of the flrat publication of this notice satlsfatoil • \i.l. in %  • %  of his continuance In life; failing which the relief requeated in said Petition shall he granted. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County. Florida, thla 11th day of Jaieuary. 1935. \v v BLANTON. County Judge SIMONHOFT* S1MONIIQFF. Attys. :,'.I2-"I N. Bayahore Drive, Miami, Flu. J/14-21-2S — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN tha undersigned, desiring to engag-] hii.~in.--s under the flctlt .lumi BEKNIE'8 MI-:.N S SHOP, at 11". N \'. 1 Ith Si Miami, F'ia im%  11 1.1 aald name w it h the Clerl Circuit I 'ourt of I lade Count) I BERNARD C OREKN8TBIN I 11-21 .: %  .1 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA No. 29858-B RE: ESTATE OF H • M li: \ Mv Deci NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITH i-: ihi n thai i hare filed nn final report and petition Final DI charge aa Ancillary AdmlntOI C T I Of the e-tate of 8A \l FRA NK. ilec'ascl. and thai Ol tUI .1 dai ol I .1.. nai / l-l ... I ll ,:l apply I.. the ll..in...,i,i,. FRANK B DOWLIN'I ;, %  HI, mi Judge ut i -%  n %  '• %  m Florida, for approval of anid pi-i t a ml toi final dlai h An ill. II i Admlnlatratoi L'.T \ of th a i. M I RANK, d -di in.-, 19th nai of Janoat y, I95i. LAWBENCE .1 FRANK, Aa Ancillary Admrnlatrator C.T.A of the Estate "t BAM I H VNK, I 2I-2K — 2/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CJRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR, IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522 BERTHA 8KALKA, Plaintiff, \s. JACK 8KALKA, Defend NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in JACK SKALKA MiD lilumenthul :,17 Edgley A vi i llendalde, Pennaylvanla >'i il are hereby required t.. copy of lour Answer to th,. lilli of Complaint upon Plaintiff's attomev, and to file your Original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of this Court on or before the llth day of Febru otherwiee, tinBin of Compla for Divorce berecefore Bled eaainitt you will in taken aa confessed bj \" Dated at Miami, Florida, thla I day of .I.in i: i: LEATHERMAN. cl.i-k. circuit Court I lade i 'ouniv. 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PAGE 10 A •JmistJkrkUsr. FR1DAY, FE BRUARY, Asthmatic Children Depend on them A total of tea Honda c* ng ire* treatnK •"'' it* r* %  • ... Robert Strassbura Works to be Heard In Concert at Miami Women's Club -• • • %  %  %  %  aocsnne scort • • %  : %  sort's Voice o! the i foe in in Marc. ser -tudied at the I'm. of Miami and eras graduated Brterior '•/ Music degree He aiTrees to be Planted In Rabbi's Name \ irec Waxman. of Weal • r will be hon.: i man -bly of the : when he will be a certificate • a garden of 100 tree-, be panted in Israel in his [ RM Mor the arrange: I .. f the j, Fund in the Florida area, will make tie presentation ai the children Staff oi :he • school eon%  -•of. Ri1 bV n %  Mrs. Menu Newn M k R • %  a dor ace it' %  >*: Mti words wii; be heard time anywill be fallowed by : "Gliding %  tbe Vr. .ng The> %  *.:. be performed by MrDavid Drucker. soprano Tbe Tercen'er.ir wa, composed N -mber. 1954 the occasion of the 300th anniversary of tbe Jewish ser the United State* P r viola and piano and in four movemer work. compn-d lor Victor Sterr.. solo rioUat and the Uaroerait) of Miami, will be performed by Stem, with St burg at the p.. There's no business like snow business, especially re a kid. And these Florida youngsters at the Jew rr.e ior Asthmatic Children at Denver. Cclo., g the white stuff. Romping in the snow are (left • age 9, Miami; Richard Flaum, age 14, Beach Allan Pitts, age 9. Opa Locka; Robert Gordon, tnd Howard Kaplan, age 10. Miami. On Feb. 1 Day wiil be held in Miami under the auspices of the Greater Miami Chapters of JNHAC. All funds v.-i I or: the free, non-sectarian treatment program of me. when I ishNa-j are en-1 10 right) I Miami i sgelt 3 a Tag Lorber U go lo tbe Natd*ert Sfr.sifcur, Joint Meeting on North Shore Due Tuesday Joint meeting oi P. Lodfa Shore Women'.Chapter be held T Feb. 8 Anti L> %  D • ;ue chairthe Men's Lodge, and Eiear.or Green be the Women'.Chapter, have n ed that Rev. Ciaxtor. Dogger! will speak The ch School will sing, -'•ntatior. r-oard to the N Short be a ient Strauss Exhibit Through Feb. 10 %  exhibiting at the M: 2100 Colwell painter and retired photographer Tbe will run Uu iery h'-urs are from 10 a m to 8 45 p.m. s,r f realistic ar.d academic pair.' ..| landscape -capeand portraits ivrL>ka Horte Sr>*. North Ca'ol"a Nerseatxk KMMJ %  friitutt tat* Swimmh$ **>W CaacMt timil< Statl %  fiirftajf Pferskiaa mmi Worse Diractori NEXtOtT taaa OfUi SltYEI TSS Butcanaar Avt). Miami Sal Ph. M '?1 Limited Enrol *A#A^n J ^XvA^/'WAj^A^ni HI Beac 11 •Tlf"' View of the new S150.000 addition to Tileieth ITO.1 NVxhe',* n ^^*^l^>BBBBa .r.veUed at the inaugural banquet t^^^E^^*'*?' ,OT "^ Were sterling hotel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Irvine UhSnfTpSSaf r ^ 6Vemng Ln : ? d prudent oi the Greyer Mfaai HabbSa? aWB^TSbfe g** !" *** ci the Honda Association oi Rabbis, brought areetiMs^uS' !" 2l P P residen Shapiro, oi Temple Sinai, and Sev^o^Si^^l^^L^IT^ 19 WCTe Rabbi **** city oriiaals. Some 300 persons saw Rabbi H^mh HI !" r? J ^ H Sha P uo 'epresented WeBfrn Canada. instaU Ss son ST£SS Erat^s^ra^Slr^^ ^ *'"** ^ r. £^ f* 9ntvr% ,n H oM *wl Hepjrfi iOM 'or Bay, 'n Ctrl! JM -**. tlasaHaaa Mi—I a—da, fW Ha—. 5-77_ij| 1



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ir ,vrFHRUARY4, 1955 *Jmi*iinDr*m**j PAGE 3 B fewish Community Center Notes labbi Morris A. Skop, of the kral Gables Jewish Cen er will „ the fourth session of Opera n MOF the leadership train,, course for young adult groups fc„s.,r..l by the Young Adult Li.h ( ouncil of South Florida. h,l adopting the theme of "Mak nizations Effective." [Rabbi Skop's session will be enl,.,l "What You Are and Why," a ycussion of Judaism for the mod[„ young adult. The session will r held Monday evening, Feb. 7, [the Town Branch. -Operation M.O.E." is the co-orJiating body of Jewish young Lit organizations in this region, tfieers of the Council are Berir'l l.ii11'. president; Fred Berire, vice president; Doris Rabinororre^ponding secretary; bih Dixon, recording secretary; |<1 Elaine Schwarlzman, treaspr. • • Lnnual invitational ball of the L Miami Jewish Community |ni,r will be held on Saturday I b. 19. at the Town Itnch it was announced by StuWinston, general chairman of affair, Serving on the central planning Inmittec ire Bernard Weksler, l i distribution of tickets; Bernard Weksler. arrangend decorations; Lou Stein, \.\~ and hostesses; Mesdames Jess (ed and Phil Schiff, sale and disbution of tickets at the Flagler Inada Jewish Community CenMesdames Solomon Kann and | Weiner, sale and distribu!)f tickets at the Beach Branch; sdanies Ijeo Glasser and Ruth lenthal, sale and distribution of ketat the Town Branch. )thers serving on the commitare Mr. and Mrs. Angel Ross, Elaine Haidt, Mrs. Al DanMrs. George Spivack. • • [Juke Box Dance" for teen agers |l be held at the Town Branch on esday. Feb. 8. "Youth Council sponsoring this affair to raise necessary funds for a new fc curtain." it was revealed by Ina Cohen, president of "Y" Incil. • • Hotel Schepp Nachos." an origfarce in three acts, which was Iten bj the Colden Age Group (the Town Branch. Greater Mill i-h Community Center, will rttV be presented on Saturday evening, Feb. 5, af the Center auditorium! 450 SW 16 ave it was announced by Henry Garison, president of the group. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Rose Schlivek and Jerry Schulman and will star members of the Golden Age Friendship Group. Among those taking part in the play are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Still man, Mrs. Sarah Harrisburg, Mrs. Minnie Rubenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Louil Weintraub. Mr. Rudolph Koses, Mrs. Minnie Steiglitz, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Blumenson. Mrs. Hyman Kam. Mrs. Harriet Zin> merman, Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg, Harry Zicree, Mrs. Anna I.eOmega Delta Psi elected new officers Thursday evening. Phyllis Shampanier is advisor. Named were Brona Cohen, president; Bobbie Hammerman, first vice president; Sharri Zack, second vice president: Fran Brenner, recording secretary; Ann Elovitz, corresponding secretary; Lillian Rubin, assistant corresponding secretary. Wanda Steinberg, treasurer; Iris Haber, assistant treasurer; Susan Amberson, membership officer: Brenda Hochman, chaplain: Bunny Ko-enson, historian parliamentar ian; Sandy Hollander, sergeant at arms. • • Beginner's class in Bridge was recently started at the Town Branch, and will meet for a series of eight lessons Monday nights un der the supervision of Mrs. Jasper Cromer. • • • Slimnastics class for women with emphasis on beauty and health is being started at the Beach Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The class is open to all adult women and meets on Thursdays at 8 p.m. In charge of the activity is Robert Wollman. who is in charge of physical education at North Beach Elementary School. Wollman has a Masters degree from New York University and has been with the Dade County school system for some four years. I For the second year. FlaglerI Granada Center, affiliate of the I Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is offering a course in Jewish history under the leadership of John J. Appel on Monday nights at 8:30 p.m. Subject of this years series of leatures is -Modern Jewish History as Reflected Through Great Personalities." The course deals with Israel Besht and the rise of chassidism. Moses Mendelssohn and the liberal movement, Theodore Herzl and the Jewish State. Chaim Weizman and the birth of a Jewish nation, Mordecai Noah. Jews in young America. Emma Lazarus and mass immigration to the C S. Sidney Hillm.tn and the economic structure of U.S. Jewry. Cemetery Association Moves Local Offices Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, through its president. Theodore J. Sakowitz. this week announced the removal of offices to 609 Seybold bidg., Miami. The association, which owns and operates Mt. Sinai Memorial Park and the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Cemetery, also announced the appointment of Samuel Vogelbaum as temporary director. Information concerning the cemeteries may be obtained by calling Sakowitz or Vogelbaum at 9-6918. Pallot Named Secretary E Albert Pallot. of Miami Beach. was this week named to reprt•-. n' District 5 Grand Lodce on the B'nai B'rith service committee for he Armed Forces. Philip M Klutznick. international B'nai B'rith president, revealed that Pallot was ippointed secretary to the committee. To Address Hebrew Teachers Tzvi Scharfstein. author and ] educator, will address the Hebrew I Teachers' Association of Greater Miami at a meeting Saturday I ning in Temple Beth Sholom. 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ill: PAGE 8 B +Jelstncridtat FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4.1955 ;* IC NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Dr. Israel Goldstein, president Of the American Jewish Con* }i. > urged the Binnhowar Administration to undertake "fundamental revisions" in the country's foreign and domestic policies. Arfdn the national executive committee in New York. Dr Gold] I 'hat t-w \ ill i>* mil.-* na (nucw '" ,,v .... .-.•.. .. ... n ligk>iu heritage and faith to the loyalty of the Jewish the revelations ol God in 'The Old Israel Hi said the best antidote for aoti-Semitism was ..n understanding ol the historical and ideoloi etween Judaism and Christianity. ( nections between Judaism and Christianitj Senator Joe McCarthy and his wife have hi White House social black list. The McCarthys were deliber two recent White House dinners. Report> from 1 U S icebreakt r in the Antarctica reveal that a section ol an icecap as large as Long Island has %  en ofl and Moated northward in one piece New York Timef respondent, C. L. Sulzberger. writing from Pansees an early dissolution of the Arab League. "The gradual destruction of ih< i eague seems to be commencing," h writes "This or \.i originally inspired h\ the Brtish London." he adds, "thought it would tv helpful the 1 the Middle East joined in one body." Widening its curbs on Soviet citizens, the U.S from photographing or sketching military installations, port-, railroad junctions and othi i ees In a letter to the Nee York" Times, Kurt R. Grossman, author of Germany's Mi %  the fear that E the Allied occupation of Germany is over, the Germans will forget all about restitution and indemnification obligations to the victims of Nazi persecution. UNITED NATIONS The Bonn Government has designated, a new observer to the IN : Felix von Eckardt who replaces the part-Jewish Dr. Hans diploma) the Ullsteiri publications before the Hitler red his time to writil plays Red China's offer to let relatives visit the impris• accepted bj the IN .,., sign pointing I of them Louise King, who plays ttM ( feminine "The S a." whuh oppened in New York last week. is th< Dag Hammarskjold's esecul \ndrew W. lier The seven-nation preparatory committee of scientists have ti lor the UN's international conference ful use of Atomic Energy at Geni ISRAEL The Religious Workers' party, Hapoel Hamwrachi. ha> merged with Ifizrai hi into a single unit to be I MiirachiHapoel-Hamiirachi. The Knesset rejected last week a motion of r. • em merit Ht-rut which a "subn | security in; The Foreign Ministry criticized General ELM ; e the dimilita Syria. Walter 1 thai -the pr tends '• : S • U po n ,-cepted by th UN Troo Supervis i Organuati fact to ben r. rectified The anti-British campaign in Cyprus has been intensified. -.•--,r. -he island are ex| I %  At the Cairo meeting of Arab Premiers. HHSpKUOUa : 'he Iraqi Pn • Major Salem. :• n :• rring ti Iraq's West stated: This is undoubted that • • : the League and n \rab Trouble is also brewing in Lebanon and Syria over the postpone:-. i permanent econonuc union between thThe Israel Postal Service plans to issue this year a series of 12 stamps dep.cting the 12 Tribes of Israel, 10 of whom have been consid721 Bl E PEOPLE Rabbi William F. Rosenblum, marking the completion last Friday pintuaj leader of New York's Temple krael was n> in wh.ch prominent Jewish and Chita... nbute. 1.200 friend, of all faith, attended LewWh L Sm tne Atomic EnergJ Conmussion. was Plaque last week from the Men's Club of Temple service President Eisenhower sent a me%  md ALxarnWr Kec.nsky %  eminent • %  rerthrawn by theBolshi' •'lew -Bern theon ,. that xhehe ^ of the lannmg a major counterrevolution against the Stalin Governor Abraham Ribicoff's Rabbi, Abraham J. FaWman received toens Aware" of 1954 i> ceremony held >n t^Vcla u^ a In aniiouneing the aw ard the judTe^all non-h but one-asserted that Rabb. Feldman has been ^efected^or W the advancement of the cause of Son.ous %  omens of all f,„hs7nd aU !" ^o Ml Dewey D. Stone. .,f Brockton. Mass. km been electeTl I* Chairmaa succeeding Rudolf Sonneborn 1A THE ARTS AND SCIENCES „, JSH^Hi C drk *'"" %  •". ln %  new book titled "Flyin. S.u. world Man In discu.-ing hiencounter. Allingtnn saw that it hee.nl. opera. David, has been performed in Italy > f an >.u. U Sc-la Ooera STL'S SffiBS '' """ '*" M %  ~SS^SSJ Artie Kravitz Jeft), chairman of the Retail Merchants' Division oi the Combined Jewish Appeal, shows partner and co-chairman William Weintraub the shopping zones to be covered in the coming drive. Kravitz says his businessmen's councils expect to blanket Dade County for CIA. Dr. Spock to Speak On Discipline Monday Parents who have reared their childrtn b) I>r Benjamin Spock's on "Baby and Child (arc will have the opportunity to see and bear the author in person when he speaks at the Hade (."ountv Auditorium on Honda) night, Feb 7. William Frates. president of the Mental Health Society. Community Chest agency sponsoring the lecture, said that the topic. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955 August Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Michael August, formerly of 447 SW 28th rd., will take place Sunday, Feb. 6, 11 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. August is survived by his wife, Flora; a son, Samuel B.; three daughters, Mrs. Grepel Hollander, Mrs. Jessica Kelman and Mrs. Beverly Schwartz, all of Miami; also two brothers, including jack, of Miami Beach, and one stater. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. +Jewish fkrktton PAGE 9 B Klein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jeanette Klein, formerly of 978 NW 3rd st., will take place Sunday, Feb. 6, 2 p.m., at the Downtown Synagogue Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Arie Becker officiating. Mrs. Klein is survived by her husband, David, and one sister. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Koran Unveiling The dedication of a monument to Ihe memory of the late Samuel Koran, formerly of the Whitelaw hotel. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. Feb. 6, 2 p.m., at the Workmen's Circle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiating. Mr. Koran is survived by a son, Fred, and a sister, Mrs. Rose Klmg. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Greenberg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Creenberg. formerly of 4103 Anderson rd.. Coral Gables, will take place Sunday, Feb. 6, 3 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiatMr. (ireenberg is survived by two sons. Dr. Henry Green, of CorI Gable*, and Joel, of Detroit, and a sister, Mrs. Sophie Solomon, of Detroit. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Olin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Zelda •' %  Ohn. formerly of 1646 SW 14th St., was held Sunday, Jan. 30, at 1 P.m., on the Roosevelt Lodge, Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Ohn is survived by her husband, Bernard, her father, William H. Fortgang, and a sister. Joan. Arrangement! were held by Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Raxin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Anna Kaxin, formerly of 123 NE 50th st., o Ji ake p,ace Sunda yFeb. 6, at ^•45 p.m., at the Jewish Section <>i Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating. Mrs. axin is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Adler, two sisters and two grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. *nends and relatives are asked to attend. Weissman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sadie weissman. formerly of 450 SW JWh ter.. will take place Sunday, *eb. 6, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Weissman is survived by her husband. Joseph, two sons, Eli, of Miami, and Martin, of iensacola. Fla., three daughters. Mrs. Birtie Wisotsky, of Miami. Mrs. Gertrude Klein, of Miami ach. and Mrs. Rose E. Bochner. of Long Island. N.Y., and eleven grandchildren and • one great grandchild. Arrangements are in Charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. ObltiarUg OSCAR OELFIN SO, Of IT, Euclid v., Miami lleaeh %  ••I IM II II.. came herfive iSSi ago from Brooklyn. Local arraoge% %  _I.-I.IK wore bj linns,,!,. Miami Beach ha|n-l MRS. SALLY SCHWARTZ 8. Of *.;1..U, „(._ A|,.,,,,, ,;,.„ |, „.,„, gam* her* from l-.ni; laiand, \" Y mrears ago, died .,.,„ eg, feurvlving are three MUM, leldori. of Miami < .iri. ,,t i M M inland, and Herman, of MaJibu. Cat; ,h,,c .luiiKhlrrB, MIKS Juwphint' BchHarut, Miami Beach; Mrs, Rose Hiiiinn, I.OIIK laliin.l, HIIII bthel Charaky, .if New York City tMrVlcea Kelth.-lu in lioriloliB .Mi.mi, • li*i>.-l. uiiii I as rial in Mi Ulna I Cemeun MR8 BIRDE LEfKOWITZ •i, "i liii Meridian ave., Miami i..-.i. ii, dleu Jan. Xv. A saleswoman, .Mm. Kffkowiu caina lu-i.si^ ,..,r-. HKU from llMKiklvn Hhv ...i\-> „ SOU, Harolil. two MU-I>, llcii.-yi-a ,,„,, Kv,, "'„""•••'• armliem, aarn. Mw ami \\,.ir.Hervlcea ami burial took place in Brooklyn, wife. Pauline, a son. Iuls H., anil a slstrr. Mm. Urn IliHV.-rniMii. all of Miami ll.ai h He wan a III.-HIU-I of Hlblarua Masonic Lodge. No ^7".. Heth Tfllah Synagogue, Jewish Home r, %  the Ag.-.i and mam other charitable organisations. H. ,. 1.1 in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Heai li. \> lih 1,1,1 |.,| in Ml Hlnal I 'errteI--I > MRS. ANNA OERKOW • •'•. of U7J NK ihnth let who ram* '•• % ii %  sei %  or%  !>.'••, N J Ji, i. ..I in i ;... rlon Itauet, with Tjurisl in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Mrs 11. ratow li soi % rved b) Carl l>, of Orange, two da'jifhtecs, Mis Florence Levlne, North Miami Beach, ami Mm Truda l.utx, WII Sal, III. .\ 1' anil five Kra ml, ll I 11 ell. MRS. BERTHA BURGER v ~. •.( ;in mm ... Miami Beach, who ...in., here In IMJ from New fork, died Thursday. Hurvlvlng are %  -on. I William. Linden, N.J.. and a brother. Kinial look iiiace in New Tork, Kith Uveralde Memorial Chapel, Miami lleat ll. ill rllarxe l,,eall> MRS. FAY BLOCK li of !IIW rarlvle iiv, Miami rTlTh. died Jan. :'0 in New York Where MM visiting. She had lived here Hi year*, was a member of North Hbora remote Burvlvora Include her husband, Al; three brothers. Including UMor and Joseph Klschbein, .Miami Beach, and three sister*, im-luillng Mis Sadie Nelllnger and Mrs Raj l-.lii-ll.-li, Miami Beach. Services were hold In Riverside Memorial 1'hapel, Miami Beach, ultli buiia] in Mt. Nebo t emeteay. MRS. ROSE SCHLESINGER IS, of in \u Mitk in, who name 10 Miami inn,, veam ,.., from \:.i\ slde, LI, NY, died Jan 21. Surviving are a son, Will.ml I: Miami, a brother anil a sister. Private services lil be in l.lthKoK Mtii snet Centei ISIDORE MIKOLITSKY >>.. owner of %  looal dry KOO.IH store, died Jan. 2\ at home. IT;;I Meridian • nHe came her,M years .if fr .\".\v York. Borvlvlna are his wife, Ida; three daughters, Mrs. Mollle Meresn.an. N. .-. ^ mk MrLillian l-'-.\. North Miami Beach; ami Mis Gloria i •-, nst, in. Miami, three brotbera ami IWO slstels, in, ImiiiiK Miss (JoldU Mlkolltsky. Miami H.-a< h. ami MVen Kiniid, hil.lien Bervloea were held in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami, with i.uriai in Mt Nebo Cemetery, HARRY ARBER 7!, of 6:H lnth it., Miami Bea. h. a retired store owner, died Jan II. n, %  \,-n vears ago from New Vork. .Surviving are his wife, Y.tta; a daughter, Mrs Hyrvls Herman; two Including Mrs l>.,,s,I),,i man. Miami Bea. h. and a brother Burial took place in N.w Yoik. wiih Riverside Memorial t'ha|>el, Miami Bea. b, in charge 1>>. aii> JOSEPH STEINGOLO 77, of ISM MW Uth ct a retired nierChfl nt who eg in, h,-i •• IB I from Norfolk. Va died Jan. I'l. Mr stenigoio. member of the Miami A S<-ho<>l and Congregation. Is survived b) his wife. Baran; five sons, Ben, Mam. Meyer and Morris, all of Norfolk, and Israel, Richmond, VH .; and a brother. Service! erere held In Oordon'a Miami Chapel, with burial In Norfolk. JACOB HOROWITZ 76. of |0 Km lid ave Miami Beat h. died Jan :':! II. was an apartment house manager and had resided bere : %  .!> yean Surviving are two tone, John it.. of Miami Beach, HeTberl J., • %  r Toledo, O., and a brother, Services Here held In RJl ,-isld,Miami I •„ -,,. I, Chapel with burial in Mt Sinai Ceanetei>. MRS. CARRIE ISAACS It, of 1711 c.iiins av,-. Miami Beach, died Jan :':;. Formerly >.f Detroit, Mli-h., she had icsl.lt-d here the |ast i- ragag, sh.. i~ aurvlved by her nual.aml. Jack, of Miami Iteaih. a s,.n. Raymond Moera, ..f Detroli a Mater and a brother, Se.v ie.s w.r, Held III de Miami Beach Chapel with burial in Mi Nebo Cemetery, ISIDORE FISHER -'. of 1,1 NW Hth ave, died Jan Z\ A retire.] grocer, he am,her s.-v.-n ago frajm Norwalk, Conn, Ha is survived by his wife, Mary; %  aorl Abe, i.oth of Miami, .two daughters, Mr.li.-lla Marks, oi Miami, and Mrs. Anne Kelly, of New York. Services w.-re held iii tinMiami Chapel of the Cordon Funeral Home with burial In Mt. Neb., C. in, lei | SAMUEL STOUT a!*, of Sal l',.|ins\ Kami ave., Miami Bi.. h. died Jan 11 Mi BtouL the ownei of ih, Aoe Sports Co., lingerie manufacturers, had resided h.-i, foi i" reara, eomlng from New York. Bur\l\iiiK are lib. wife. Lillian, a s.m Jack; two da uKlit.-i s. Mis l-ram-ls Trupkin, of Miami, and Mis 1: i ;<>odiiiHii. of II'.u-i ter and siv nraii-lihil-lr.il aiervlrei "'• at rfordon'a Mktml Chapel, with burial in Slai of I 'a v id < 'em.-; %  ABRAHAM L. MELLMAN fir., of la.'.", sw Rnd st.j who cgn era KO from 'in. innaii. died Jan -i. Me IH survived by his a/lfe, Jean, and tm brolheis, Isadore and Morris, both of Miami Services Were held III RiVeraMe Mem..rial l"ha|.el, Miami, with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. NATHAN SCHWARTZ j *K, a retired -I.I. ..iterator who t.Miami nn years IIKO, died Ian L'l. lie liv .1 at :il Pre 111. avi Miami Beach, Surviving Is his wife. Rose. Ben "ere held III ltl\.ls|,|e Me m-.rl.il Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo C MRS. ALTA SCHWARTZ • -;. .,1 I ,:-.; Met Idian ave., a wlntei resident for || v.-ai--. coming fl.-m Milwaukee, i.iss.ii awas Jan. Services Were held In Milwaukee, With Riverside Miami Beach h uncial Home in chin ge 1-" -ill* THOMAS QLAZER SO. of fiv Ocean di passed away Inn J7 Riverside Miami Beach Kiin.ral Horn.was In charge of lm-al srrangementa. MORRIS GOLD 7:'. of I'L'I Meridian ave, Miami vic. name here II ream as... .lied Jan. 17. Mr ijoi.i formerly la the motion picture busluess, is survived by his HERBERT J. BERNSTEIN 1^'. ..f KM Collins av.. died Jan :'7. Itlverside, Miami I tea. li HARRY KAMMERMAN S9. of 4U1U SW Uth st.. passed away Jan. 2< at his residence. Survived by his wife, Leonora, two daughters, Marilyn Qrlea and NataHe Herman; and one sister. Mis Qoldie McCTosky. Remains were sent t.. Newark, N.J.. for services and Intel nicnt bv Miami Rlveratde. RITA SOKOLOFF 27. of tttl SW r>nt\ ter., passed away Jan ^'7 in a local hospital Survived i... h.r parents, Bamuel and Cella Sokoloff. and one brother. I >r Morris Sokoloff. Servtcea were held t Miami Riverside Chapel. Interment v\.. n Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JACOB GOODMAN 47, of Hfin Collins ave, died Jan. 27. Beach Meimu i.,i. ABRAHAM GERBMAN 70, Of 1021 Euclid av.. Miami Beat h. died J..H (I Beau h Memorial, MARK JACOBSON 81, of L'7_'7 Hllola st., paased iway Jan ?i* In a local hospital. Survived i.\ his wife. Klsie. one Bon, S Howard, two daughters, Betu Ann, Blau ami lleen Maliir.; his mother. Rachael Jacobaon and one brother, Harr\ Remains were sent to Detroli for services and Interment by Miami Riverside MRS. JENNIE SCHLEPARK •'-;. ..i .iG I iui .-I ,i\.-.. Miami I :• ... h, v\li-i .aimh. i.^i\ >ears ago from Boston, died Saturda>. she leaves two .---us. Edward and Elliot (llaaeman. both of r,..st..ii. three daughters. Mi11.-. I,-. I... HI, II. Mis Sylvia Ki-.-n and MrIda lb .seiibau m .. tl : and IS grandchildren Kurial took place in Boston, with I..-..I arrajigementa by Cordon's Miami Beach funeral Home MRS. KATIE SHAPIRO 71. ..f tti s\v lith ave. died Sunday. Cordon, Miami. ISIOOR DEARMAN 68. of 7a sw Mb st., died Sunday, Riverside, Miami MRS. RACHEL WALLERSTEIN 7*;, of in. i!.-a<>.m i.ivii win. wa n\. Ii.call.i in charitable giouiSundaj Coming from Michigan City. Ind., 30 years ap... ene and ner hualiiil onn recewtrj celebrated their I7th wedding anniversary A member ..f Beth David Synagogue, ihe waa active In Hada aaah a nd* i rrdn -r Baat< ru Star. Survivlm; are her husl.and. Ah... tw.. .laukhters. Mis Mahelle Bemgteln, Miami Beach, and Mrs. L..ii.lia Shapiro, Auguata, Oa.; two brothers anil a sister in Indiana; five H' 'at -K'ra n.lchil.li ,-n Services i..>k place in Oordon a Miami Beach Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, MRS. ROSE CITRON 77. of I ft* Buclld av.. Miami Bi ach, a resident ..1 Miami f.u 15 >,-ats. coming from N.-w York, died Runda) She icav.-s i.-ur sona, Joaeph, Bernard, Arthur an.I Cell, all ..f New Y.ak and two datlKhters. Miss I'aullne Citron, Miami Beach, ami Mrs Reha Bchechtmiiii. New York. Burial book pla.,in Brooklyn with RIveraMe Memorial chapd. Miami Beach, III charge l... ally. SANDRA ROUTBERC IS, s In namloah Junior 11 IK li School student, di.-.l Bundaj In Varlet) Children*! Hospital after a abort illness She was a native Mi. ii.ian and was active in youth affairs 8h appeared in radio 't^i'i lelevui children's ahewa, and l red In 1 be rets m Carnival on Ice benefit sh..v\ foi \'ari.iv Hospital Survlvina ate her paicin-. Mi ami Mis Joaeph Routberg. Hondaj In Rlt Memorial Chap.-I, Miami. .MRS. HELEN BERNSTEIN •;.'. ,,f iM i lib 11 Miami BV acb, w i ime from Brooklyn IJ re-tra an... died Mii.l.-v in a h-'-i-.t.ii Surviving is h.-i husband. Samuel, Services ..ml burial took place In New York, with Beach Memorial Chapel In change .-f local arrangements. LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 8.W3rd Si. Call 1-14U < rf*V<^e^V^%e^>e^\ee >e^>e^V^>e'^e^\ Lula Jones Ffeweri ror All Occasions D £ I I V E R Y • Cut lewtrs • PoHed Plants • Cersages o Funeral Designs • Weddings • Potties 1IU S.W. tfk STRUT 2-5790 • Phones • 2-5384 wwwwwwwww* Simonhoff Will Address 'Mr. and Mrs.' Forum Harry Simonhoff, attorney, historian and author, will be guest speaker at thtsecond in a series of three "Mr. and Mrs." forums sponsored by the Greatec Miami Chapter of Hadassah. wWen they meet on Saturday evening, Feb. 12, at Ihe Lear School. Simonhoff has chosen for his topic "What Jews have Contributed in the Political and Economic Field in the Past Three Hundred Years." Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will act as moderator in the discussion following. The' program will also include vocal selections by Cantor Jacob Bornstein of Temple Israel. Mrs. Oscar Sindell. coordinator of Education, and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, co-chairman, have arranged the program. Cantors Association Moots To Honor Borele Kelemer Cantors Association of Greater Miami will hold its annual luncheon on Monday. Feb. 7, Jewish Arbor Day. at Sonntag s Flamingo Kosher restaurant. The luncheon will honor Cantor Berele Kelemer, of Dig Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, who recently received highest scholarship honors from the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. Cantors Abraham Seif and) Edward Klein are in charge of arrangements. Program will also include discus%  sion of the association's participation in the forthcoming Jewish .Music Month festival. JOSEPH PLOFSKV ". Of 1" I lean ,ir. Miami li.-a.-h. did Sundav A retired stal store operator, he came from White Plains, NY nix years KR.. Surviving are nis wife, Uuaaie; >.sons, Ralph and blank and .1 daughter, Mis Kdiih ivarmiaii. all ,,f Miami Bench Bervices and burial t.>k placr in New Y.>rk. \>ith Bench Memorial chapel in diaic..ut lH-al nrmngetnenta, PHILIP HOSENSTEIN :'. ,Ji Eepanola way, Miami Bench, %  il.-d M.mdav A \V.,i Id War I vhe moved t* .Miami nine yeai after I •-tiring from the N.-v. fork iwrk department. Be donated M i ;sr. times, at the iia.i,. Countv, st Prancla and Ml Sinai Mood banks ,i vived i.v ins wit.-, iion two sons, si.in.-v K ,,f ,.„. jflaml Bea h police department, and Bernard, Nee roi k t h •i.r.,1 hers and roui Services were held In Rlveraide Memorial chapel. Miami I:, a. h, II h burial in Ml Nebo Cemetery. i&9 mn riiOflg rn ae NAT GANS t*. 3-4*16 4-mi Uft IHSUKAHCl NEEDS Metreaolitea IH* Imaraace Co. 3200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"e 5 Points"! LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — nil ether points. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LiEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE. !'^^^ JACK STERN ll. nf itss sw .MI, -i died M.-ii.1.,. after an automobile a., i.i.-at :n Bowling Oreen, o Hervlces were held In Uordon'a Miami Chapel, with i-uriai in Mi Nebo Ceuiet.-i Ml Stern was salesman ind lived moat <>f his life in Miami Burvlvln* are his mother, %  full* stern i ,, stater, Mn Anne C. COOk, both Of Miami JULIUS GOLDSTEIN red production managei ..f a men cifithitiK manufacturina pai.v .ii,-; rueadas al hon llith St. lie calmhere eight vears w from N.-w Y,,ik Sin iv. his wif... Mary: two daughters, Mrs l-'lor.-n, % %  Epstein and Mrs Uai I la Fischer, ,.n.l a son, l...:,i-. all ..I Miami. 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bAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1955 ^JmlstifhrkHan PAGE 7 A .'(Imans to Live San Diego ler a honeymoon in Miami h, newlywedded Mr. and Mrs. L. Friedman will journey to )iego, Cal., where he is stawith the Navy. Friedman's marriage took Jan. 27 in the home of the k uncle and aunt. Mr. and |Ben Nonkin, 4410 Riviera dr., Gables, pbi Simon April read the 7 double-ring service which was fed by a reception. _. bride, the former Miss Bar|Ann Schechter, is the daugh[ Mr. and Mrs. Michael SchechSl SW 7th st. ^n in marriage by her father, lore a cocktail length gown of er blue crystalette, matching on veil and carried a Bible [white orchids. bridegroom, son of the late [el Friedmans, Miami, was in marriage by his uncle, SiFriedman. Belle Meirowitz maid of honor. | Sobcls Entertain Suzanne and Fiance ] Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sobel, 2170 SW 19th st., entertained at a family j dinner party for their daughter, Suzanne, and her fiance. Stanley Owen Sterling, son of Mr. and Mr-. Bernard A. Sterling, 2377 SW 251 h ave. Miss Sobel attended Miami Senior High School and is now a student at the University of Florida. Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Sterling also attended Miami Senior High School and is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida. a 'WMIXl Rfc Mrs. Alvin L fritimmn -*• •\# 4 Gary Elliot Diener, son of Mr. and Mis. Max N. Diener, 620 79th si.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Feb. 5, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Gary, a student at Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Michael Rabin To Perform Eighteen-year-old violinist Michael Rabin will be guest artist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra during the fifth pair of subscription concerts on Sunday and Monday evenings, Feb. 14 and 15, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Dean John Bitter will be on the podium. Mr. Rabin has a natural right to his gifts. His father, George Rabin, has been a violinist with the New York Philharmonic for 30 years. His mother, Jeanne, is a pianist, for many years on the faculty of the Juilliard School of Music. Born on May 2, 1936, he started to study before he was six, following in his father's footsteps. His mother gave him piano lessons, for which he showed a natural aptitude. He possesses perfect pitch, and would amuse the family by calling off the pitch of everything from an automobile horn to a steam whistle. Reception to Honor Billy Pilchick Billy Pilchick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pilchick. 1405 NW 58th st., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 5, at Tiferelh Israel Northside Center. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate. The Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, as well as the Kiddush on Saturday morning, will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Pilchick in honor of their son. Billy is a student at Edison Center Junior High School, invitations for the reception, which will be held at the DiLido hotel, have been issued. Among those present will be Mrs. Jennie Hochfelsen. of Miami, maternal grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hochfelsen, aunt ] and DUCle; and Gerald Hochfelsen,! cousin. Out-of-town guests from New York will be Mrs. Gussie Strelis-1 ker, great grandmother. Mrs. I. Sar-1 rel, grandmother. Mr. Louis Pilchick, uncle. Miss Gloria Strelisker, Mr. and Mrs. Max Strelisker, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feigelman. great uncle and great aunt, and Mrs. L. Engel. PRACTICAL NURSE EXPERIENCED WITH INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADULTS. Reasonable rot** by hour, day or week. References. Phone 4*227 DR. H. H. 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)AY, FEBRUARY 4. 1955 +Je*lstfk)rknan PAGE 5 B lELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LcUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW ITITUTE will hold Friday eve. services at 5:30 p.m. Satur morning services are at 9 a.m. bbi Isaac Ever will preach on I topic: 'Journey to Sinai." Lha is at s P m followed bv L, s Seudos. William Feigenbm will he host. The Rabbi will ru-s the Weekly Portion. Daily ire at 8 a.m. • rflAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND INGREGATION will hold Friday King service* at 5:30 p.m. Late ,„.s are at 8:15 p.m. Sigma I will conduct services, with Bob fcjel and Donald Stene. officiat\ sal in-day morning services, are K 30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April' \ preach on the topic: "Song of ; „ i Cantor Berele Kelemer \\ render the musical portions of liturg) (lass in Mishna is at p.m Daily services will be fl ;,| 7 MO a.m. and 5:30 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold |,!,i> evening services at 5:30 Late services' are at 8:15 p.m., \l R ibbi Morton Malavsky offiing and delivering a sermon on mdlelifirhtinsr Time Shevat 12 — 5:49 p.m. lopi< "A Jewish Life." CanSamuel Salkow will render the Meal portions of the liturgy. pg Shabbat will be sponsored by and Mrs. Arthur Goldberg in i ol Mrs. Goldberg's parents, rs. A. Berger. Saturday i rv ices are at 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Malavsky discussing the skb Portion. Junior services ;i 10:30 am. |ETH EMETH CONGREGATION hulil Friday evening services .30 p in Herbert-Buchwald will ciate Tu B'Shvat will be cele|ieil at a Sunday picnic in GreyPark. • • [EMPLE EMANU-EL will hold pay evening services at 5 and p m with Rabbi Irving LehrdiscusMng: "The Adventure Living Cantor Philip Brumwill render the musical por1ol the liturgy. Saturday hing services are at 9 a.m., fen Rabbi Lehrman will preach flie Weekly Portion. Daily servare in the chapel at 8 a.m. and the evening. t • l/EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER hold Friday evening services >:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi red Waxman officiating and fussing: "As Ye Sow, So Shall Heap Staff of the Sunday ""I will assist. Saturday mornservices are at 9 a.m., with I'^i Waxman preaching on the p kly Portion. Junior services 'luted for 11 a.m. Mincha will I '< 30 p.m., followed by Shalos Idos and Maariv, • • YORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN|R Will hold .services at 5:48 p.m. le services are at 8 p.m., with Maver Abramowitz discuss"1 he Chaplain Becomes a >' %  Cantor Edward Klein will P'icr the musical portions of the pgy, with the choir under the f Iriday evening services at V P m with Rabbi Joseph Narot f c| ating He will discuss: "WorkWith People." Cantor Jacob rnnein will render the musical ^'ns of the liturgy. • • • JETH TFILAH CONGREGAW will hold Friday evening Wees at 530 pm Saturday rmni; service, are at 8:30 a.m. !" Joseph Rackovsky will pen on the topic: "Moses Sings ["* Way to Israel—Can We FolSuit '" At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Class in Talmud will be on Wednesday at 4:15. CORML GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service;* at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "Sabbath of Song." Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the litih-gy, with the choir assisted at the organ by Robert Strassburg. Sabbath candles will be blessed by Mrs. Sylvia Green, and MM. Is/ael Freeman,,in., honor qf the late Mr. Freeman, in whose memory two hand-carved pulpit chairs are being presented to the Center. Saturday morning services are at 9:45 a.m. • • PLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services .ire nt 8:30 a.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and discussing the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Friedberg will be hosts. Rev. Heim will preach on the topic: "Israel Sang and Will Sing." • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Melvin Kieffer officiating. Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling on the occasion of their son Stanleys engagement to Susan Sobel. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Kieffer will discuss the Weekly Portion. Floral offering will be by Philip Warshaw. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:40 p.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Billy Pilchick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pilchick, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate and preach on the topic: "Reaping of the Harvest of Joy." Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Pilchick will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with the traditional Bar Mitzvah ceremony taking place. Rabbi Herson will discuss: "The Melody of the Future." • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will conduct Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Malcolm Sparer will discuss: "Israel's Nationhood." Junior services are on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish has chosen as his sermon topic: "They Never Forget." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooks, and Gary Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Diener, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and discussing: "For Our Children's Sake." Cub Pack No. 340 will be honored guests in commemoration, of Scout Sabbath. Junior and senior choir will be under the direction of Lucille Moore, with Cantor Maurice Neu rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cohen, will become Bar Mitzvah and preach qn the topic: "My Responsibility." %  • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30, with Rabbi Abraham JOUST BROS RV/ h t'hl OM'' Levitan officiating and discussing: "Famous Jewish Women in the United States." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Class in Talmud is scheduled one hour earlier. Rabbi Levitan will preach on: "God's Compassion." Mincha is at 5:30 p.m. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. • 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.,' followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 in the morning and 5:45 in the evening. Sunday .services will be held at 8 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jonah Caplan discussing: "Making An Easy Dollar." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate and render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Caplan preaching on the Weekly Portion. Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., fol-1 lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 I p.m. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn-1 ing services are at 9 a.m. Mincha Will be at 5 p.m., followed by i Shalos Seudos. Daily services are j at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Class in Talmud meets daily from 2 to 4 p.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiating and preaching on the Nathaniel Weinreb novel: "The Babylonians." Forum discussion following will be conducted by the author. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. Guest speaker will be Maurice Pearlstein. director ol the Jewish Home for the Aged., Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the j direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalthe name giving ceremony for the man. Oneg Shabbat will be sponchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest sored by Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ros Quintun. Saturday morning serventhal. Silver cup will be presentices are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Shaed by the Roscnthals in honor of piro discussing the Weekly Porthe 87th birthday of Carl Hutt and tion. ^PRODUCTS fJUNE ^sV BUTTER We NmTagTbttye'Bttk Wayt! 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