The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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V
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ELUME 29Number 6
[rETARY OF STATE DULLES SUG6ESTS HIGH LEVEL TALKS
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
'nee
-Criminal Ntffci Abs Welcomed in Washington
JTA
[rASHINGTON A nun called "Hitler's master
incial despoiler of Nazi-invaded countries" ar-
id in Washington on February 10 as head of a
\[ German delegation seeking restoration to Ger-
>f $500,000,000 in enemy assets confiscated by
tnitcd States during World War II. He is Her-
iii .1. Abs. member of the clique of Nazi financiers
th "Aryanized" Jewish holdings.
\hr IS. War Department in March, 1945, listed
among those leading German financiers who
an outstanding way thrived under National So-
li-m. welcomed it in the beginning, aided the
\is to obtain power, supported them in office,
red the spoils of expropriations and conquest, or
rrwise markedly benefited in their careers or
[tines under the Nazis."
ic Washington talks involving Abs, were recom-
rcded by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
authorized by a joint communique issued by
sident Eisenhower and Chancellor Adenauer on
October 28, 1954. Abs will be assisted by. representa-
tives of the interested Bonn ministries. Walworth
Barbour, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for
European Affairs, will represent the United States.
Abs' main mission here is an attempt to get legis-
lation through Congress to return assets held by the
United States to ex-Nazi industrialists. Such a bill
was shelved last year. It was introduced by three Re-
publican Senators and known as the Dirksen-Jenner-
Butler Bill.
Pressure is being brought on Congress to return
properties which would actually give a windfall to
men who attempted to destroy the United States.
After World War II, the United States decided to
hold enemy assets to pay claims of those who suf-
fered at the hands of the Nazis. Meanwhile, Congress
appropriated over $3,000,000,000 to rebuild and aid
Germany.
The United States has an obligation to Allies who
Continued on Pago 2 A
Israel* Ask Big Three
For Guarantee in Case
Of Attack by Arabs
[yers Will Receive Christians,
|Jews Regional Award at NCCJ
Brotherhood Dinner February 22
n.l and local community
|cr Stanley C, Myers will have
more laurel added to his al-
mprcssive list of civic and
jun.l achievements when he will
li n ented on Feb. 22 with a
I' ;iward for his outstanding
utions to the cause of broth-
n if the regional board
National Conference of
n- and Jews, James M. Le-
" Wednesday told The Jew-
ll idian that Myers has been
len by the NCCJ awards corn-
Ice, sponsors of the citation, on
basis (if "his understanding and
Dtmn to the ideal of good hu-
iv I at ions as advocated by the
i n nee and as exemplified by
lown personal conduct."
extent to which Myers has
M to make this ideal a reality,
into consideration what he
Idone in the field of human re-
Mis and how he has worked to
Ik about better understanding
I better relations among individ-
i and among racial and religious
lips.' the NCCJ official explain-
f these are criteria the commit-
took into consideration in
sing Myers."
ccording to the awards chair-
t. Myers is also being cited for
[effectiveness as a representa-
"of the group to which he be-
V his general standing in the
Jmunity and for "the unselfish
outstanding service" he has
B" BB,
re-entation of the National Con-
ice of Christians and Jews re-
Jal award will be made to My-
Iduring the annual NCCJ Broth-
>'d dinner here on Tuesday
ing, Feb. 22, at the Fontaine-
l" hotel.
prs is a Miami attorney. He
national president for five
- of the Conference of Jewish
erations and Welfare Funds. In
p he was appointed by the Gov-
pr of the State of Florida to
fe on the Children's Code Com-
mon to study legislation affect-
Lcnild welfare, some of which
has since become Florida law. In
the same year, he was appointed a
member of the Enemy Alien Hear-
ing Board, Southern District of
Florida, by the Attorney General
of the United States and served in
that capacity throughout World
War H.
In addition, he held a reserve
commission of Lieutenant Com-
mander in the Coast Guard and
was also a member of the board of
directors of the Dade County Red
Cross. He is former chairman of the
Continued on Pago 2 A
Stanley C. Myers
Mid-Winter Conference
To Mark Statesmanship
With scores of delegates still ar-
rising from throughout the United
States and Canada, the mid-winter
conference of the national plan-
ning committee of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America is
under way in Miami Beach this
week.
Friday morning, a seminar of
civic, business, governmental and
religious leaders will begin at the
Shelborne hotel, with Dr. Ellwood
Nance, president of the University
of Tampa, and Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein, chancellor and president of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, leading a discussion on
"Spiritual Statesmanship, the
N>is Week's Issue
MMNr
Nowt in Review
Society
Wuhtoftea Scmo
Dr. loofe frnkmltHin
Moral Standards of the Nation."
That theme will also be utilized
as the focal point of the entire con-
ference, which will be climaxed
Sunday night by a dinner at the
Di Lido hotel,
Dr. Finkelstein, who has become
recognized as one of Jewry's out-
standing spokesmen in the world
since assuming the presidency of
the Seminary in 1941, will deliver
the principal address at the din-
ner.
A local reception committee,
headed by Samuel Halperin, is co-
ordinating efforts of all of the Con-
servative congregations in South
Florida for the dinner.
A national cabinet meeting of
the planning committee is slated
Friday morning at the Di Lido,
with a plenary session of the NPC
following.
Five key officials of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, the Rabbin-
ical Assembly and the United Syn-
agogue of America will serve as
guest speaker in South Florida con-
gregations Friday night.
Daniel G. Ross, national chair-
man of the conclave and national
chairman of the national planning
committee, will be speaker at Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. A native of New
York City, Ross was graduated
from Yale College and Columbia
Law School and is aj>artner in the
law firm of Becker, Ross and Stone.
Continued on Pago 2 A
Seven Arte
WASHINGTON Israel diplo-
mats in Washington, London and
Paris this week asked the Ameri-
can, British and French govern-
ments for formal security guaran-
tees that would make her part of
the Western defensive system and
would insure Israel against an Arab
attack. Justifying her request for
protection, Israel maintained that
the continued American policy of
rearming the Arab states consti-
tutes a threat to her security.
At the same time Israel has urg-
Claims Conference
Presses Germany
On Indemnification
PARIS (JTA)A resolution di-
recting Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
president of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany, to convey to West Ger-
man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
the "serious concern" of the 22
member organizations of the claims
conference "about the manner in
which the German indemnification
program is being carried out," was
unanimously adopted at the final
session here of the two-day meet-
ing of the claims conference's
board of directors, at which Dr.
Goldmann presided.
In adopting the resolution on in-
demnification, the board asked Dr.
Goldmann to stress the fallowing
points in a letter to Chancellor
Adenauer:
1. Indemnification legislation
must be simplified; 2. The maze of
technicalities which is strangling
the law must be abolished; 3. In-
sistence on detailed proof, which
is almost impossible to obtain,
must be eliminated; 4. Extension
of categories of persons entitled to
compensation, and increasing of
amounts being paid; 5. Advance
payments must be facilitated and
the machinery for handling the
claims must be enlarged.
ed Turkey to take care not to in-
crease Middle Eastern tensions.
This step was taken by Israel in
view of the fact that Turkey will
soon conclude a defense pact with
Iraq and might extend this to other
Arab states.
There were indications at the
State Department that the United
States is not likely to act along the
lines Israel desires in the near fu-
ture. A State Department view
that Israel's anxieties are exagger-
ated has been conveyed to Evelyn
Shuckburgh, British Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Foreign Affairs
now in charge of Middle Eastern
matters, according to informed
sources. Mr. Shuckburgh is holding
a series of talks here in an effort
to review and reconcile aspects of
British and American policy in the
Middle East.
According to reliable informants,
Mr. Shuckburgh was told here that
America feels that the granting at
this time of the security measures
1 asked by Israel might jeopardize
the "progress" made with Iraq. The
State Department regards the Iraqi-
| Turkish pact as the most hopeful
development in the Middle Eat
and one which will benefit all par-
ties concerned, including Israel.
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
jthis week discussed the security
I situation in the Near East with
George V. Allen, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Near Eastern Af-
fairs.
The United States and Great
Britain, according to Israeli sourc-
es, have negotiated at least four
agreements with Israel's neighbors
and Israel has been excluded from
all four agreements. Israel's com-
plaint is that such treaties are
leading to a policy of "encircle-
ment."
While emphasizing that they
have no quarrel with the Turkish
Government, which is now conclud-
ing an agreement with Iraq, Israel
sources declare that Turkey is
merely following in the footsteps
of the U.S. and Britain and would
be willing to negotiate with Israel,
if the big powers showed a greater
disposition to do so.
WORLD LEADERS SHOCKED BY HASTY ACTION
Egyptian Hanging of Jews Widely Condemned
NEW YORK (JTA)Through-
out the entire civilized world this
week, the Egyptian Government
was roundly condemned for its
savage haste in executing death
sentences imposed on two Jews
convicted of espionage by a mili-
tary court on the basis of confes-
sions extracted by violence and
torture.
The two men, Dr. Moishe Mar-
zouk and Shrouel Azzar, were
hanged despite a direct plea by
the French Government to the
Egyptian authorities, an action by
the United States State Depart-
ment, the nature of which has not
been disclosed, and protests and
pleas by organizations and indi-
viduals throughout the entire
free world. Six other defendants
were given long prison terms and
two were acquitted. Two of the
defendants were tried in absentia.
Their sentences were not an-
nounced.
In Paris, M. Edgar Faure. the
Foreign Minister, summoned the
Egyptian ambassador to it Quai
D'Orsay and delivered a rebuke
to the Egyptian Government for
flouting the French clemency
plea for the two men. M. Faure
told the envoy that the French
Government was "upset" by the
hangings. One of the executed
men, Smhuel Azzar, was a Tunis-
ian national.
In Buenos Aires. President
Juan D. Peron publicly announc-"
ed his sympathy for the families
of the two martyred JewsTind ex-
pressed his understanding of the
feelings of the Jews over the af-
fair. He gave a special audience
to a Jewish delegation at which
he made this statement.
Many newspapers here and
abroad condemned the Egyptian
regime and voiced sharp criticism
of the execution.




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Viii-ld famous Metropolitan Op-
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Irjay evening, Feb. 19, at the Dade
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 170479
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176487
8 AN FORD GROSSBART, I'l.iintirr,
ANNE GROSSBART, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 I \ NNE ORIIS8HART
II Jobnaan Avonuo
Newark, N i.
You are hereby noilfle.l that a l:;ii
I Comnlalnl for Divorce baa been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a eopj of your Answer !
Heading to the Bill of Coni|.laint on
the iilaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN, 2611 W. Ftafler Bt Miami.
i [ and rile the original i.nawei oi
Pleading in the ofrhe or the Clerk of
th.- Circuit curt on or before thi
llth day of Mar, h. 111.-,-,. If x,.,, ri| ,,,
'I" BO, judgment by default will l
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Dm of Complaint
I'M. notice shall be published once
-.., h week for lour consecutive weekr
in THE JEWISH 1-T.oltlDIAN
Done and ORDERED at Miami,
ii'.nd.i. this mi, da) of Februars
A I. Ifos
E I: LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
I '.Hi.- County, Florida
By W.M W STOCKING,
',',.-^-',','1. rJ:"r' s,':,l, Beputj Clerk
III-. N It > Mi I 'A I .N
Attorney lor Plaintiff
:.'-,l>, West Flagler St., Miami, Florida
1/Il-lt-SS S't
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175,621
JOSEPH RICHMAN, |-l..ii.tirf.
RITA DAItWISH, D.feliilant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Rita DARW18H. Defendant.
Ri idi nee .mil gddi ess unknown,
who is secreting herself within
lli Slate of Mori,la fn.ni service
or procoaa.
Vou are hereby noiiried that a Com-
plain! for foreclosure of Chattel Mort-
gage. Injunctlve Relief and other (:
lief has been filed against you, ami
you are reqolred to s.-i\.. ., copy ,,i
your Heading to the Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN, and file the original Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
pull Court ,,n or before th.- nth daj
of March, It&S if you fail n. do so
iildgin.-iil b) default will he taken
-oi-.in-1 Mm rr the relief demanded
in the Complain! This suit seel
Chattel Mortgage held b>
I'laiiuifi on that buainesa known as
"Ji >K s li'nihi:oni:t'i'e io
N.W im Avenue, Miami. Florida, to
K.-tli.-r with the furnishings, furniture,
flgturee, appliances, stock, equipment,
merchandise, goods and wares con-
tained 111.-rein
Dated ii Miami. Florida, this Sth
da] Of I-,-hi nan 1'i.VV
E it. I.EA'I 'HERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Oout t.
Dad.- County, Florida
B) WM w STOCKING,
Deiuitv Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
An.in.\ foi Halntirr
.',is W Flagler Street
Miami. I lortda
I II-1V-L'.'. 1/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 172404-A
SAML'EL ARONS and SIDELLE
II IRONS, In- vi if, LOITS SMALL.
Individually and as Executor of ih.
Estate ..f ETHEL SMALL
WARMAN, d.. ,-. rt; and lil'Tll
LIBOWITZ, Plaintiffs,
\ i
LOCI* R MILLER and KSSIE
\iii.i.i:i: iu- "if.- i.i'i'v
KORSCN a E\.-.iiiiix of the
Estate of Mi IRRIH KORSl'N.
e,i l.ri'V KORSCN, Indi-
vidually, i.i rv KORHCN. aa devtsei
under the Last will and Testament
of Morris KOR8CN, d.....aeed
' ;i.i IRI \ Ci IHKN, a.k.a. nu IRI v
KORSCN COHEN. Individual!) and
as heir of the Estate of
MORRIS KORSCN, decsjased
l lefendantH
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To; MICIS R MILLER and
ESSIE MILI.Ei:
Iihij Jerome Avenue
N. foi k I'm n, York
Vou and each of you are h.-i.-iiv
notifi.-d thai a complaint for Mortgage
i-,,t.-,-iosure as Amended, by that ear.
tain Third Amendment or Bupuja-
meiital Heading to Complaint For
Moiigag,- Forocloaure as Amended,
ha- been filed against you, and each
of vou are hereby required to serve n
copy of your Answer to said Com-
plain! .is Amended, on Plaintiffs' at-
torneys. GENET GENET, !:'" I.in-
eoin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original Answer In Ihe office
of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Cnilrl or the
above styled Court on or before the
Cth day or Man h. IMS.
U you rail to do ho a Decree Pro
Conresan will'lie entered against you
ror the Teller demand,-,I in Ihe Com-
plain! aa Amended.
Done ani i ORDKRED, al Miami.
Florida, this *th day or February l:,:.
E l:. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Clrcuil Cmrrt.
Dad.- County. I linbjB... I
By: R H im E, jlLa.-*'
Ogj.uty Clerk j\
GENET GENET" fatj|9
Attorneys-ror Plalntlrfs ""^
4.'ft Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
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PAGE 5 A
imes Roosevelt
Address CJA
ivision Feb. 20
femes Roosevelt, Democratic
[pressman from California, will
jRiie.M of honor and principal
laker at a brunch held in behalf
(the Combined Jewish Appeal
Lyers and Accountants Division
(Sunday morning, Feb. 20.
ke special event will be held
$850,000 Reported
A new Combined Jewish Appeal
total exceeding $850,000 was an-
nounced by some 300 enthusiastic
At CJA Function
division leaders and volunteers at
a gala birthday party Tuesday
night honoring campaign chairman
Sam J. Heiman.
The campaign now stands 20 per
cent ahead of last year, according
to campaign officials, and there is
every possibility that the goal of
$1,350,000 may be attained before
the 90-day period originally set by
the CJA campaign cabinet.
k
To help commemorate Tu B'Shvat, the nursery-kindergarten
of Coral Gables Jewish Center, sponsored by the sisterhood,
plants a tree on the playground. Shown left to right are Mrs.
E. Herman Fisher, supervisor; Sam Schulefand, member of
the Center board; Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader; and
Mrs. "Sol Cohen, school secretary.
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Jamtl Koosevelf
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Daner, 303 East San Marino dr.,
f Marino Island.
Announcement of Roosevelt's ac-
|ptance to appear' in behalf of
IA was made early this week by
y n chairman Sam J. Hei-
i hainnen Harry Zukernick
I Leon Epstein, of the Lawyers
i\ i-ion. and Joseph A. Post, of the
bcountants Miami Division, have
pounced that invitations to the
uisual program are going out this
kek.
IA di-tinguished committee of
i"l:iu attorneys and accountants
II son.- with Zukernick, Epstein
Post to assist with arrange-
fents.
[Roosevelt is the oldest son of the
fend President of the United
lates. As administrative assistant
Franklin Roosevelt, he coordin-
|ed the activities of 18 executive
tencies during the 30s. Included
this group were the Federal
lousing Administration, the Inter-
late Commerce Commission and
Be Federal Power Commission. Of
In- period in his career. Time
lagazine wrote that he "had prov-
i himself indispensible to the
ilest politician in the U.S., and in
|o doing had, at the age of thirty,
ilready lived one of the most re-1
narkable careers in U.S. public
Ife '
His election in 1953 to the Con-
(ress from California's 228th Dis-
rict, Los Angeles, was testimony
Roosevelt'i labors in the politi-
I vineyards. Roosevelt came to
California in 1939 and after a year
fstahlished his permanent resi-
dence there.
Id served as Democratic state
lhairman from 1948 to 1948, and
pnder his guidance the state com-
mittee was rallied for the first
mie to give significant aid to Dem-
ocratic office-holders and candi-
dates in their local contests.
iosen Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
|hc memory of the late Harry H.
sen, formerly of 1545 Lenox ave.,
^Iiami Beach, and Poughkeepsie,
V., will take place Sunday, Feb.
13 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
*ith Rabbi S. T. Machtei officiat-
es. Mr. Rosen is survived by his
*,fe- Gussie H.; hi* mother, Ida
Kown; one brother. Irvine; and
*o sisters, Mrs. Julia Bolt of
J"ughkeeptie. NY., and Mrs. Ethel
I^Bellis, of San Bernadino. Cal.
^rraafemenu are in charge of
'ourmond Monument Cosnpany.
' net* and relatives ere asked to
Mtend.
ISRAEL BOND LEADERS HONOR MAYOR AT MUSICALE .
Shown are Mrs. Monte Selig, Bond chairman for Miami Wom-
en's Division; Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization; Mrs. Sarah Czech, Trustee of Israel; and
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. Aronovitz received a Holy City
Bible at a recent musicale, which was sent as a token of good
will by Mayor of Jerusalem Itzhak Kariv. Trustees of Israel are
purchasers of a minimum of 510,000 in bonds.
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Mr. Mar M rfaaV and
Mr- Arnold Rosen. Miami
Mr Roaen s hart man arm hi*, fa
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brother^ of the
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Mrs Ben Joel Stem of Jatfc
\ llle aad Lotus A Stein of
aawarr the engagement of l,
daughter. Dons Eteioe Stea,|
Robert Joel Farber
Mr Farber is the -on of Mr i
Mrs. George Farber. Lakeland. |
Mus Stein attended the li
I saty of Alabama. where she I
member of Sigma Delta T
so rant >
Mr. Farber attended the li
saty of Maryland, a here he aa]
member of 2eta Beu Tan
nity Both he and h.-'fianceei
graduate from the I'niveratjl
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Sarurcur \ n.
amMMaa wil tx Mr- aliiiaaj
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once? on : revisit i( I
I-oiUfc Bmwn. -star ol open, wil.
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sued by Mrs Margaret Yomeu
at n tkkmr4 5. ie
Shuta Fast Weds
Bernard Dickson
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Rhod* Fi far htr uedding
Jan 30 to Bernard Jack Dickson
Mai Shapiro ><>lemnued the
ceremon> in Beth David <. >ngrega
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ended by
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Nathan Straus and
Letatia Fast and Mr> Sidney
bridegroom's sister in-
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S I rman Fa Paul Wein-
. Shargaa -ened as
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SkinhardtN Hevcal1
Shirley's BetroHnl
Mr aad Mrs Julio- Ste
T815 Fowler t. Miami Bearkl
jaaaaare the laiW"' ^
daughter Starlev M Robert*
Kteav aoa of Mr ar.d ar>
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WaaaafieM Srhoo: Muni r
aad- also attended the I'nif
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PAGE 7 A
mi Hadassah Group Schedules
nthly Meetings, Chapter Projects
lar monthly meeting of the
etta Szold Group of Hadassah
held at the Empress hotel
pndaj noon. Feb. 14. Mrs. Ot-
tosenbers will preside.
I,i Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
of Knesseth Israel Congrcga-
\nll speak on "Israel at the
foada"
program will include vocal
Ions by Mrs. Ida Firkis with
Butha I.ee at the piano.
* *
hr < ;i-c of the Wily Weapons"
Litle of the skit to be pre-
al Menorah Group's meet-
Irmiiay afternoon in Coral Oa-
Jcwi>)i renter. Directing the
promote the Jewish Nation-
Ind are Mrs. Sam Stark and
[Leonard Wolpe. Mrs. David
jjerg will give the invocation.
MH'aker for the Youth Aliyah
K Mrs. Irwin Lias, past presi
fi Mount Scopus Group.
*
niia Group of Hadassah will
- regular monthly meeting
Rbnday afternoon, Feb. 14, at
ru- Auditorium.
Dorothy Kreiger Fink,
can affairs chairman for
tir Miami Chapter of Hada.s-
luill -peak on current topics
srican Affairs.
Nat Waldman is president.
* *
nna Scni'sch Group of Hadas-
meet on Monday after-
I i i 14. at the Sea Gull hotel.
Il'lulip Rudine is program
lan. Mrs. Murray Schwartz-
i- ticket chairman off the
hisha" project.
Regular meeting of the Stephen'
Wise Group of Hadassah, at the1
Monte Carlo hotel on Monday noon,
Feb. 14, will present a noted au-
thority of the University of Miami
faculty who will speak on the I nit
ed Nations Young Judeans will en-
tertain with new Israeli dances.
irah Group of Hadassah will
|i'- February meeting at the
. hotel on Feb. 24 noon. A
ill be presented celebrating
Month Mrs. Irving Cypen
in charge of the program.
|I:- I E, Lubin will preside.
j ;
i\ Group of Hadassah will
|its regular monthly: dessert
m meeting at the SOrrento
on Monday noon, Feb. 14.
- Amdur, chairman of the
, will highlight the Jewish
al Fund project. Louis Sen-
lan. executive director of the
|u 11 Jewish Education, will
- the group on 'The Life of
n Herd." Mrs. Sidney Ross
beside.
* a *
Monday evening, Feb. 14,
Weizmann Group of Hadas-
Jill hold its regular meeting
Miami Jewish Community
r Mr- II Soothl, JNF chair-
- in charge of the program.
tied, "Do You Know."
1 The film "Weep No
will he shown.
nenced Nursery School
Kindergarten Teacher
'anted. Must Drive.
Call UN 6-8079
llargi.il
Paul Louis Brown, son of Mr.
Robert Brown and Mrs. Wini-
fred Brown. 6006 SW 14th st..
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community
Center. Rev. Leo Heim will
officiate. Paul is an eighth
grade student at Kinloch Jun-
ior High School and attends
Flagler Granada religious
school. He is a member of
Boy Scout Troop 62.
Ardmore
Edward Charles Bookbinder,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Bookbinder. 740 51st St., will
become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services of
the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Edward is a student at
Nautilus School and attends
the religious school of the
Center. A reception and din-
ner at the Biltmore Terrace
hotel will follow Saturday
evening.
Ardmore
Marshall Philip Baltuch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Bal-
tuch. 9270 East Bay Harbor
dr., will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, Feb. 12, at the
North Shore Jewish Center.
Marshall is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High School and is in the
graduation class,of the reli-
gious school of the North
Shore Jewish Center. Recep-
tion in his honor will be held
at the Algiers hotel on Sun-
day afternoon.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gyson, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday, Feb. 12. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Michael is an eighth grade
student at Shenandoah Junior
High School.
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Hold its regular meeting on Mon-jJ
day noon. Feb. 14, in the Schehera-
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Kita H. Hukstel
announces the openinq of a now service
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1955
SECTION B
News of Week
In Review
tVILL ADDRESS TEMPLE ISRAEL CONSECRATION PROGRAM
Smathers Slated to Speak Here
l nited States Senator George
Imathers will be principal speaker
ground consecration ceremonies
|f Temple Israel in honor of its
liiildJns program on Sunday morn-
b. 20. at the Temple.
The new addition will include a
3 class room religious school
fuilding to be named in honor; of
He late Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
chapel named in honor of Rabbi
Emeritus Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
fn auditorium for religious school
and congregational activities.
Participating in the program
will be Mayor of Miami and Tem-
ple member Abe Aronovitz, presi-
dent William D. Singer, Dr Joseph
R.JVarot, Sam Resnick, Dan B. Rus-
kin. Cantor Jacob Bomstein and
children of the religious school.
The day's festivities will begin
with a breakfast in honor of Sen.
Smathers followed by an assembly
and program for religious school
children.
ttorneys Named to Chair
,awyers Division Campaign
Two prominent Miami Beach at-
torneys, long active in local civic
iffairs, have been named co-ehair-
jncn of the Lawyers Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
nan has announced that Harry
Eukernick will direct the divisfon
tin Miami Beach and Leon Epstein
rill be chairman in Miami.
Zukernick is past president and
lirector of the Miami Beach Civic
I.e. gue and was a founder and pres-
ident of the YM and WHA in Mi-
8i;ii Beach for several years He
to Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
|m rce and the Bar Association of
Miami Beach and Dade County. He
la- served M director of District 9
: Hare Board of Dade County and
kl-u belongs to the Elks and the
|ionis1 Organizations.
Zukernick is a past president and
i >i Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
inlge He is an active member of
tie Brandela Associates and is af-
tlia'ed with the National Confer-
Itice (it Christians and Jews. He is
I member of the Miami Beach plan-
I inmittee and has served for
bme years on the board rnors of the Greater Miami Jew-
sh Federation.
Zukernick has been a resident of
Miami since 1935 and has served in
the Combined Jewish Appeal* since
[048 u a volunteer worker.
Epstein has been a member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion budget committee and a mem-
f'r "' the board of governors for
pie past four years. He served as
lecretary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center and has
peen a member of the center exec-
utive commltte. He is currently
prvmg as chairman of the Miami
9eu h Branch Planning Council.
Epstein is an active member of
the Jewish War Veterans Miami
Beach Post, is a Mason and belongs
to Temple Emanu-El.
Epstein came to Miami in 1945
from Long Island. New York. He
was graduated from Brooklyn Law
School with degrees of LLM and
LLB and is a member of the New
York Bar Association. He is a mem-
ber of the Florida and Dade Coun-
ty Bar and has been admitted to
practice before the Supreme Court
in Washington. DC.
During World War II. Epstein
served as a member of the Judge
Advocate General's Department.
He was discharged with the rank
of Captain.
He is a member of the firm of
Myers. Heiman and Kaplan in the
Seybold bldg.. Miami.
Need Legislation to Meet
Demands of Large Aged
Population in Florida
By SEN. GEORGE SMATHERS I cial projects as the factory estab-
WriM_ -. -... ..- _. lished by a retired business man in
rmn exclusively for The Jewish i ., ,,.,, ...
Floridian Holly Hill, Florida, to reproduce
early American furniture, which
Florida attracts many people be- j employs only retired men. Source
cause of its benign climate and es- > a"d adequate income will be
pecially do many retired people delved into: for example, in a re-
chose our state as their home. In cent survey, it was shown that al-
f.ict, 15 percent of the total popu- most half, 47 2 percent of men and
lation of Florida are persons 65 81 percent of women aged 65 and
years of age and over, and indica- over, have what is termed non-
tions are that this number will in- earned income (Social Security, re-
crease, tirement benefits, etc.); the aver-
Older people like to come to a"e nonearned income for older
Florida to live when they qualify men was onl> SI.008. and for older
under the various retirement pro | women it was only $536.
grams in their home states. We are Housing is one of the pressing
grateful that they can take advan- problems of our elder citizens. Of
tage of such programs and that the 65 and-over group. 69 percent
many of them who reach retire- live in households maintained by
Sen. George Smothers
North Shore
Women Plan
Open House
. Twenty members of North Shore
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will
open their homes to members and
their guests for luncheon and cards
at noon on Monday, Feb. 14.
The Valentine's Day event is de-
signed to celebrate the symbolic
birthdays of the bombed-out and
once homeless children of Israel,
by raising funds needed to finish
and furnish the new B'nai B'rith
sponsored Children's Home in Is-
rael, now nearing completion.
Mrs. David Hendel will accept
pre school children, ages three to
five, for the morning of Feb. 14.
Chairman is Mrs. Benjamin Shink-
man. Ways and Means chairman is
Mrs. Lawrence Weston. President
of the Chapter is Mrs. George Bal-
tuch.

Four Named
To UM Board
Election of four new members
to the board of trustees of the Uni-
versity of Miami and three admin-
istrative appointments were an-
nounced Monday by President Jay
F. W. Pearson.
Named trustees were J. N. Mc-
Arthur, Max Orovitz, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer and George Wheeler.
All but Wheeler, who is the UM
alumni representative were mem-
bers of the school's citizen's board
when it was organized in the fall
of 1946.
Thomas R. Reese, director of the
school's development department
since May 1, 1954, was named vice
president and treasurer; Sidney B.
Maynard, treasurer since 1942, was
named assistant to the president
and placed in charge of Latin
American projects; and Eugene E.
Cohen, controller since 1953, was
given the added responsibility of
business manager.
McArthur has served as presi-
dent of the UM citizen's board for
the past two years and Meyer as
vice president. McArthur is presi-
dent of McArthur Dairies and a
past president of the Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce. Meyer is presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Savings
and Loan Association and chair-
man of the board of the Industrial
National Bank.
Orovitz is president of Alfred
Destin Co.,' secretary of Maule In-
dustries, and president of Mount
Sinai Hospital. Wheeler is presi-
dent of the UM Alumni Association
and head of Colonial Transfer Co.
ment age move to Florida.
However, many of them would
like to and need to supplement
their retirement income through
employment, and one of our press-
ing problems is to keep productive
our able, experienced elder citizens
after they reach 65.
The problem is particularly sig-
nificant in our own state, but it is
also one facing the entire nation,
themselves. 26 percent live in
households of other persons, and 6
percent live in institutions, hotels,
or large rooming houses. Even if
the home is owned, homeowners
find them hard to keep in repair
because of physical or financial
reasons. Private enterprise is re-
luctant to grant building loans to
older people, even when reason-
able security is offered; FHA fi-
for, while our population has dou- nancing has been limited to Individ-
bled since 1900, the number of uals less than 65 years of age, thus
older people has quadrupled. In the i making it impossible for older peo-
past 13 years alone, the number of pie to build retirement homes for
persons age 75 years and over has | themselves.
increased almost 50 per cent, and Health insurance and medical
almost 4 million arc now in this facilities should be extended and
age .group. Life expectancy of those increased, for chronic illness is
in their later years is also increas-; five times more prevalent at age 65
ing; at the present time the aver- and over than in any other age
age expectancy for men at 65 is \ group. Inability to maintain health
12 M more years; and for women, insurance causes many old people
14'/; more years. .to neglect chronic illness; some
Thevnew Social Security law has obtain medical care only by sacn-
brought some relief to this age | ficing other essentials to healthful
group, but this is not enough. I, living; others depend upon their
have therefore joined in placing be-1 families. Some of the services
fore the Senate a proposal to set up needed to promote the health of
a United States Commission on the
Aging and Aged, to make scienti-
fic studies of the problem in order
that proper legislation may be
drafted seeking the solution.
The purpose of this Commission
is to study the various problems
with which aged people are con-
fronted, and with which the com-
munities in which they live are
also confronted. One important
our elder citizens include bedside
nursing, home care medical pro-
grams for convalescents, clinics for
adults who are well, and special
employment programs for disabled
and frail old people wishing to
work.
I feel that the nation has an ob-
ligation to many of these elder citi-
zens, and that we should do every-
thing in our power to retain them
aspect will be that of employment' in happy and useful circumstances,
and employability, with t h e I as well as to add to their comfort
thought of encouraging such spe- and dignity.
Emanu-El Plans Fund
Raising Affair March 5
Harry Zukernick (left) and Leon Epstein diaevna the cam-
paign they Will lead as co-chairmen of the 1955 CIA Lawyer*
division.
Leaders of Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood this week announced
| that their March 5 Purim play and
ball will be held in the grand ball
room of the Fontainebleau hotel.
The Purim play, a musical, is
Lthe Sisterhoods large-scale fund
event of the year, replacing previ-
ous years' concerts.
Sponsors' committee is headed by
MTs. Samuel Friedland. Co-chair-
ini-ii are Mrs. Max Bauer and Mrs.
J. J. Perlmutter. Mrs. George Gold-
berg is chairman of1 the arrange-
ments committee, with co-chairmen
Mrs. Simon E. Rubin and Mrs-Lou-
is Pollack.
Ticket chairman is Mrs. L. E.
Lubin. Her committee members
are the Mesdames Allen Goldberg,
Herman R. Mechlowitz, Harry G.
Rogers, Herbert Gutman, Frieda
Newman, Lillian Goodman, Sam
Ginsberg and Samuel Rogow.
In charge of the souvenir pro-
gram book are co-chairmen Mrs.
Rae Rubenstein and Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg. with assistant chairman
Mrs. Harry Brick.
A new "Teen Age Page"' has co-
chairmen Mrs. Sam Wie-.cn and
Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe. Co-chair-
men for "Jewels and Cradle Roll"
arc Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, Mrs.
A. A. Rothstein and Mrs. Morris
Medof.
Compiled and directed by Mrs.
Irving Lehrman! the musical play
lists on its steering committee the
Mesdames Jules P. Channing, chair-
man. Raymond E. Feiner and Jacob
A. Glassman, co-chairmen; Leonard
Strauss, props; Samuel Lurie, set-
tings; Benjamin B. Wolff and
dore F. Arvan, music; Murry
Koretzky and Henry H. Hill-
man, choreography; and Joseph
Kanter, telephone chairman.
Mrs. Somue,' FriedlonJ
President of the Sisterhood is
Mrs. Irving Cypen. Proceeds from
the event support the school.



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[iDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1955
-Jewish fhridtari
PAGE 3B
[omen's League to Honor Mrs. Siner
Local Functions on Beach Friday
Jlrs. Emanucl Siner, of Gew Gar
L-. N.V.. National Torah Fund
m df the National Women's
Jn.j ic of the United Synagogue of
Wrica and past president of the
[tional Women's League, will he
(lored at a coffee at the home of
Simon Rubin, 6465 Pine Tree
lr,,... on Friday morning, Feb. 11.
|\;. Louia Cohen, Mrs. Jack
jk and Mrs. Simon Rubin are
gt< ssea for the Greater Miami
a affiliated sisterhoods. Sister-
I residenta, Torah Fund chair-
pn, member's Of the branch board
Hi Rabbi'* wives have been invit-
t(, MtcndtMtd they will disauss
role which Ui Womwits league
playing in ik buildup up ,of
Torah Scholarship Fund of the
Wish Theological Seminary.
[Following the coffee, there will
;m open meeting at the DiLido
kiol to welcome Mrs. Siner. Mrs.
Icnry B. Wernick, Southeast
inch president, will introduce
|r- Siner whose talk will be on
Ipiritual Dividends."
[Mrs Siner is in Miami as a mem- Debate Champion
iv ii the national cabinet of the
i\u-h Theological seminary to at-
|nd their midwinter conference
the national planning commit-
in cooperation with the United
InagogiM and the Rabbinical As-
fcmhlv of America, which is be-
held at the Di Lido hotel Feb.
to 13.
ln>titutional representatives to
e reception committee include
K Mi sdames Harold Berney, Beth
ivid; Samuel Cohen, Israelite
Iwisb Center; Irving Cypen, Tem-
je Emanu-El; Abe Fine, Temple
jnai; Stanley Glatter. Beth Emeth;
red Jonas, North Shore Jewish
enter; Harold Levitt, Temple Beth
lolem; William S. Locke, Zamora
(wish Center; Harry Roseman,
aleah-Miaml Springs Jewish Cen-
lr: and Max Rubin, West Miami
wish Center.
500 Expected at Lincoln
Day Celebration February 12
Some 500 guests are expected to
attend the annual Lincoln Day cele-
bration being held under the aus-
pice* of the Dade County Repub-
lican executive committee and the
i nited Republican Clubs of Dade
County.
Fred Reibel, baritone, and Kuni
Gunda Corwin, soprano, will pre-
sent a musical program. Miss Jun-*'
i.i Sells, graduate Of the University i
of Paris, will be the accompanist.
Mrs. Cecil M. Harden, Congress-
woman from the Sixth Congressiou
J District and national committee-
woman from Indiana, will be the
principal speaker.
The Lincoln Day celebration will
be held at the Urmey hotel on
Feb. U evening.
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|ye Men Slate Vision
)rum Here February 25
Greater Miami's first annual in-
! vision forum, which will
sponsored by the Southeast
brid.i (iptometric Association, is
neduled Feb. 25, it was revealed
Ii- week by Dr. Marshall Wright,
\ n "i the event.
I1 live of the forum will be
lainl industry in this area
lih test developments in indus-
f.il vision, lighting and visual
| "n the job.
I by Dr. S. G. Schneid-
SFOA president) to serve with
|> Wright on the industrial vision
ttee were Drs. Mason W.
o-chairman, David Hcndel,
^hn Lexow, Arthur Helfman. John
I and Bernard Weiss.
I
Gets AB Degree
Bob Shevin, who majored in poli-
tical science, received the AB de- j
|ie at mid-year commencement'
?xercisas of the University of Flor-
ida last week.
Shevin has achieved an imposing
record in debating, scoring 43 wins
and only six defeats in some 20 in-
tercollegiate tourneys. He was
Southern debate champion for
1953-54 and achieved second place
nationally at West Point that year.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaraon
Shevin. 1844 SW 13th st., Miami,
he is president of the Debate So-
ciety, past president of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity and a member ofl
Florida Blue Key.
Shevin entered law school at the
University of Miami on Monday.
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Yateman Appointed
To U.S. Military Academy
Sen. George Smathers announced
this week the appointment of Sid-
ney Yateman, Miami Beach, to the
United States Military Academy.
Yateman, now a student at the Uni-
versity of Florida, will commence
his studies at West Point with the
term beginning July, 1955.
Yateman has compiled an excel
lent academic record at Miami
Beach High School and further
Qualified himself for an appoint-
ment by joining the Florida _Na-1
tional Guard and attending the
Bullls Preparatory School in Mary-
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Youth to Meet
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults
will meet on Wednesday evening,
I Feb. 16. in the social hall of the
Temple. Rabbi Irvinsj Lehrnian
I will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Rachel Kcrtz was install-
ed president of Congregation
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood at re-
cent ceremonies in the Strath
Haven Ml'1, fl&bbi Joseph
Rackovskyr officiated. Now
serving her eighth term in of-
fice, Mrs. Katz came to Miami
Beach from Monticello, N.Y.,
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY H i^
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How Sen. Gillette Became Disillusioned
By MAURICE M. KINCLER
AJP
Senator Guy M. Gillette's (D.-
Iowa) departure from the United
States Senate is a great loss to
. 11 liberal forces. Gillette, who
had left his seat in the Senate
- ome year-; back to become presi-
dent "t the American Leagui
. Free Palestine ami who refusi d
?100.000 >"li- subsequently offer-
id him. will always be directly
. seriated with Israel's struggle
for independence Two incident*
connected with his activities may
nu be told. Indeed, the) c.iii
serve our political
immaturity and should be heeded
in the future.
When the H port was
ready in August, 1943 which.
among others, was a recommenda-
tion to then President Harry Tru
man made to ask Britain to
admit 100.000 camp survivors in-
to Palestine, the Senator had an
advance copy of the report and.
in >trict confidence, advised the
board member- ol iU
One member, a leading revi-
sionist, betrayed tl
and gave the infon
ress '!'.
more gla

House w
28.
All the board member-, and
especial j Gillel
(fully indii i

mouth lnde< I. il inl
paired a pro .Uwi-h influence he
might have lat< t*d.
M three : s,n;""
Gillett. -ntonan important
nment mission to the Near
*,> to Syria his
had I I '
Internationa con.
: faire to the
him
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Hollywood Discovers its
Audiences are Mature
THE ENGLISH LEGEND OF HEINRICH HEINE. By Scl Liptiin. New
York: Bloch Publishing Company. 178 pp. $3.CO.
By HILARY MINDLIN
"EACH AGE mirrors Itself not alone ir. it- symbolic contemporary
res but also in its re-interpretation of the sij
ago Each people reveal- itself not merely in it- nun intellectual lead-
- chosen or self-appointed, but also in it- eva of the intellec-
liti of its ni ighbors, fri< nds and I
extremi from the introduction to Dr.
Liptz book form th,- raison d'etre for tin- work en the
j iverslal German, Far from merely re-evaluating Heine in latest terms
urrapidl) era world, Dr. Liptz;:-. has very successfully
managed to trace ers of opinion which -. Heine.
ral framework and thus i I explana-
tory niche.
HEINRICH HEINE has been end*
running the gamut from Carlyle's filth foel ol spoiled
victuals" through the 1845 Foreign Qu entv's sanbi<
seditious, profane, immoral > the
. ristocrat of democracy."
He has been loved and hated
as not a humori-t but a political pamphleteer, as phleteer but
a satirist. The list could go even longer He has bi
and to various people. Goethe, Byron, Machiavelli at his
Jacobin. anti-German. anti-Christianand one could yet go
Wittier and more devastating, he out-Shellied Shelley in h
pousal of sensuality, the "rehabilitation of the flesh." vet thi- was the
same man who destroyed the Romantic School and in whom Hellenism
and Hebraism met in a sincere synthesis.
AND OF course he was also a Jew. and of what has been 5aid about
this, one passage, from the 1876 Athenaeum. I must share with you
because whether or not you read the book, you would want to remember
. ."lev!ilh he was in his tenderness, and above all, in his hatred
Jewish in his versatility and worldwide sympathy; Jewish in his realistic
conception of the idea, in the fashion in which he conceived the passion
of love; Jewish in his proud consciousness of human dignity in his ner-
vous temperament, his incredible capacity for suffering, his wonderful
endurance of sorrow: Jewish in the boldness and recklessness of his
Sf'CwlT:h f,'"/"16- in "eVer embacing for an> le"g'h of me a
belief which excluded every spiritual element "
on nfT hf ind!ed bee" SUbjeCt ,0 man"s several "Mb: Dr. LipUin
?L "e few who recognizes that change in status means change in
hTihoh T ,'" !*." f a" he sees him as ,he English, grant.ng
him the hospitality and stature which Germany denied him. have garbed
,h V"S !V! bi8raPh>- is much more important than that It is
the stop of Heine's afterlife, his immortality. "
Guy M. Gillette
. landed at lydda
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD-There are long
lines in front of film houses again
because Hollywood ha- discovered
udiences have grown up .
,1!-covered that llol-
rown up.
Daniel Mann, brilliant
i. ,dwii> director now spe-
making eeluH Holly-
Mm< such Bi Twine^N- Wil-
driiin.i sire?
[or Part-
.'
The large screen and such pro-'
nascope and Vista-
Vision made audiences sit up. but
themes that made them
lake n< lice Mann says, "A few
stories like "The Roan
i h- Country Girt" and
lc, Little Sheba" (which
would have been
lered too adult for the 12-
i audience Hollywood once
\. w a rtorj must have
Intelligence i DI integrity or it
md a chance.
nj Mann cites the adult. iff-
theme "i "The Rose Tattoo."
pie ol the grown-up en-
tertainmenl that audiences de-
mand lb1 I" lieves that in th- pasl
i timated public
tastes the kid- todaj de-
sophisticated films," he taj -
"They're -mart crowd and whistle
and groan al corn
Tjhe ironic part about the whole
thing, he continues, is that, tra-
ditionally, adult-like pictures have
the i Ties which captured
Academy Award-, and Hollywood
might have learned a lesson from
tin- In this connection, Mann
points out that many great ^1
stars won their only Oscars for
adult performances.

Henny Ynungman. the ins-htclub
comedian, is set for a role in pro.
ducer Jerry Wald's next for Co-
lumbia Pictures, "The Young and
the BeauWIW." 'The deal was ar-
ranged w%ilc Younnm.m wa* plaT.
ing in I.a- Vegas and V ild him there Robert Rossen, who
w the Kind's Men." has get his long
planned production of "Alexantke
the Great" for Immediate filming.
The film will be len-ed in Spain
Jule Styne. Broadway producer
and song writer, joins (olumbia
DHtuii's as producer Although
Styne has written a greal deal of
musk for the screen, this will be
his first assignment as a film pro-
ducer. Styne. who is urrently
readying the .Badgers and Hart
Seogbook" for Broadway, has been
represented as a producer on
Broadway with a revival of "Pal
Joey" and "Hazel Flagg He wrote
the music for "Flagg and previ-
ously provided the scon- i ir "Gen-
tlemen Prefer Blond. | Huh
Button sh.H's."
Ben Hecht tells of the movie
magnate who was asked the other
daj if he read H. G. Wells' "Out-
line of History.'- "Naw." he said,
I thought it might make a good
picture. But I looked at the end-
ing, and I don't like the way the
story comes out."
Tilt: UOftMJ OF SPORTS

Bishop Sheil, Sportsmen Honored
By New York B'nai B'rith Lodge
WA&HiNGTOX VIGNETTE
NEW YORK Sports Lodge of
B'nai B'rith honored six personali-
ties fp.m the world of sports and
named Bishop Bernard J. Shed.
Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago, as
Citizen-of-the-Year at it- fourth an-
nual awards dinner here. A gather-
ing of 500 attended the event held
in the ballroom of the Hotel Bilt-
more in New York City on Jan. 23.
The six sports figures were Ed-
die Erdelatz, coach of Navy's foot-
ball team; Leo Durocher, manager
of the world champion New York
Giants; Henry Brenner, deaf-mute
football star of Rhode Island Uni-
versity; Willie Mays, the most val-
uable player on the New York
Giants baseball team; Yogi Berra.
who was voted the American
Leagues most valuable player; and
Paddy DeMarco. former lightweight
champion. They were presented
with silver trays for "High Prin-
ciple and Achievements in Sports
for 1954."
Bishop Sheil, 67. founder in 1930
of the (athohe Youth Organization
and until recent!) it- international
director-general, received the
award for Jli^h Principle and
Achievement in 1954 He is an
, outspoken advocate of civil liber-
Uei and has frequently denounced
anti-Semitism. For the first time.
the ( iti/enof-the-Year was unable
to be present personally for this
event. Past recipients of this tri-
bute were Bill Corum. Benson Ford
and Robert Moses.
The seven awards given annually
; by Sports Lodge of New York are
j intended to symbolize the seven
candle holders of the Menorah. the
traditional emblem of B'nai B'rith.
Full radio, television, newsreel
and newspaper coverage attended
I the presentations to Erdelatz by
Midshipman Phil Monahan. captain
of the Navy football team; to Dur-
ocher by sports writer Bill Corum;
to Brenner by Harold Kopp, foot-
ball coach at Rhode Island Univer-
sity; to Willie Mays by television
actress Audrey Meadows; to Yogi
Berra by Larry Doby. outfielder
for the Cleveland Indians who M
runner up to Berra in the voting
for the title of the American
league's most valuable player; and
to Mrs. Paddy DeMarco. represent-
ing her husband, by Mrs George
Dixon, widow of DeMarco s man-
i ager.
The officers of Sports Ix>dge who
arranged the event are president
Lou Niss, sports editor of the
Brooklyn Eagle; vice president
Stan Saplin. of the New York
Journal-American; vice president
Haskell Cohen, publicist for the
National Basketball Association;
treasurer Jack Kramer; and secre-
tary Milt Miller, syndicated soccer
expert. The highly successful din-
ner brochure was prepared by co-
! chairman Dan Golomb and Mtf
j Kase. Kase, sports editor for tee
| Journal-American, was the firs*
president and principal organizer
of Sports Lodge.
I Former Comic Writer Now Congressman
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
To supplement his meagre income ; mii
he wrote quips for Fred AUen null til ?'"*, *T,t,en t0 helP
WASHINGTON-A Jewish Con- Allen, it is recalled, helped the Pr" rl a'n8 ,he road l"
gressman who 15 years ago wrote na,in '""gh its way out of the de- Two imnort*,,, ,. L
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
NORTH DAOE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry
oknlica officiating. Cantor Mau-
.n K'pu will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. The choir
will be under the direction of Lu-
cille Moore. Judge Milton Fried-
man will be guest speaker and dis-
cuss: "B'nai B'rith and Service to
the ("(immunity." Mrs. Martha Mor-
gan, president of the North Dade
Chapteri will be host at the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday morn-
. rvices are at 9 a.m., with
Rabbi Okolica preaching on the
topic: "Lincoln's Birthday." DaTly
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7
P ni. uii

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
-ervices at 5:30 p.m. Late services
re at 830 p.m., with Rabbi Jonah
I apian officiating and preaching
on the topic: "How a Gentile Looks
,i n Jew." Cantor Abraham Self
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Saturday morning serv-
ing are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi
i apian discussing the Weekly Por-
Ijon. Mincha is at 5:30 a.m., with
Rabbi C apian discussing the weekly
Portion. Shalos Seudos follower
Daily services are at 8 in the moim-
iil' al 5:45 in the evening.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45
p m Saturday morning services
9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexander
Gross officiating and discussing
the Weekly Portion. Mincha will
be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m and 5:50 p.m.. with Sunday
morning services at 8.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8.30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating. Guest speaker will
be George Kohn, who will discuss:
Midwinter Conference of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America." Cantor Joseph Malek
I will rend< r the musical portions of
I the liturgy, with the choir under
'('ion of Rev. Mordechai
Haalman. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ox-
en-horn and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Seidman will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday morn-
rvices ..re at 9 a.m., when
Shapiro will discuss the
Portion Daily morning
-i rvici are at 9.

BFTH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening.
- a' 5:30 p m.. with Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Sat-
morning sendees are at 8:30
a m when the Rabbi will discuss:
I- it Onlv the Ten Command-
ments" At 4 p.m., he will preach
.11 rhe Weekly Portion. Mincha is
at 4:30 p'.m followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily services
":30 an. and 5:45 p.m (lass
in Talmud is on Wednesday at 4:15
p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Abraham Herson will officiate and
pn Mil on the topic: "Decalogue
m the Atomic Age." Cantor Albert
Glanti will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Aaron will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following, in honor
"f their son. Eugene, who will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Her-on will discuss: "The Faith
That is Ours."

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TE,R will-hold Friday evening serv-
' anit 5:45 p.m. Late services are
'' o P-M-. Rabbi Mayer A bra mo
A'te officiating. Guest speaker
1 U he Rabbi Harry Halpern. prcsi-
,l-nt ef the Rabbinical Association
II America. His topic is scheduled
as: "Essence of Conservative Ju-
i usm." Cantor Edward Klein will
render the musical portions of the
"*ty. Saturday morning services
"e at 8:45 a.m., when Marshall.
son of Mr. and Mrg c^orge jj^j.
'uch. and Edward, son of Mr. and
** William Bookbinder, will be-
; eome Bar Mitzvah.
IL LB^54I'WT*\ $>-0M will
hold Ffinlv* everting services at
I 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
i discussmgl "Thjodor Herzl, Al-
fred Drdyfufc,1 haste Mareouk and
Shmuel Azzar." Saturday morning
I services are at 1045 a.m. Victor,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Zachary F.
, Bailey, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render
' the musical portion of the liturgy.
*
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Harry Zakhem will be host.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. Talmud class meets ev-
ery day from 2 to 4 p.m.
* i
| TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
i hold Friday evening services at
| 8:15 p.m. Public school teachers of
Dade County, who have in their
Charge students of Temple Israel
| religious school, will be honored.
| Rrfbbi Joseph Narot will preach on
j the topic: "They Learn What They
j Live." Couples Limited will be
hosts at the reception following.
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DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Arie Becker will preach on the
topic: "Freedoms Hall of Fame
Mosc, and Lincoln." Class in Tal-
mud precedes the service at 8.
Bible class will be at 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu-
does. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein will
be hosts. Daily services are at 7
a.m. and 6 p.m.
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CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Boy
Scout Week. Services are arranged
by Herbert Rose, Scoutmaster of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Scout groups. Guest of honor will
be Dave Chait. Scout Commissioner
of Dade County. Rabbi Morris Skop
will preach on the topic: "Fame,
Popularity and Greatness." Satur-
day morning services are at 9:45
a.m., when Gary, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Rovin, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Hertzcl
Fishman will officiate. Floral of-
j fering will be by Mrs. Rebecca Kli-
asberg on the occasion of the Bar
Mitzvah of her grandson. Michael
Chase, who will become Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning serv-
; ices at 9 a.m. He is the MM of Mr.
I and Mrs. William Chase and is an
1 eighth grade student at Shenan-
I dnah Junior High School. Rabbi
Fishman will officiate and discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily Services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
* &
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday even in t: services at 5:30 and
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky officiating and preaching on
the topier "Bible Partnership."
Cantor Samuel Salkow will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Boy Scout Troop 332 will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following, with
Scoutmaster Harry Lepow officiat-
ing. Services will be dedicated to
Boy ScdW. Week. Saturday morn-
ing servhjes are at 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi Kalavsky discussing the
Weekly Portion. Junior services'
are at 1&30 a.m. Max Parness
will officiate. Mincha will be at j
3:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-,
dos. Daily services are at 8 in the j
morning and 15 minutes before j
sundown.
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BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Jiwirsky will officiate
and preach on.the topic: "The
Prophet ie the White House." Can-
tor Fishel Lutman will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Class in Sanhedrin is at 4:15 p.m.
Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the Zo-
har et 8:15 pan. Junior errics
are In Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Robbins, will become Bar Mitzvah.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late
services are at 8:15 p.m., with Rab-
bi Simon April officiating and
preaching on the topic: "What We
Can Learn from Our Children."
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs Wally Steinberg, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Berele Kele-
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Class in Mish-
na is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening -ervices at 5:15
p.m. I.ate services are at 8:30 p.m..
with Rev. Leo Heim chanting the
Candlelighting Time
Shvat 19 5:33 p.m.
musical portions of the liturgy. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, vice presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
will be guest speaker and discuss:
Brotherhood as Common Sense."
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Brown will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing, in honor of their son, Paul,
who will become Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
9 a.m. Junior services will be un-
der the direction of Jeffry Strumpf
and Sidney Shopiro.

BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 7:30 p.m. Herbert Buchwald will
officiate, with the choir assisting.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on
the topic: "Was the World Influ-
enced by the Ten Command-
ments?" Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos, with Leon-
ard Yellin acting as host. Rabbi
Ever will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion following Maariv. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m.
>
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. Troop
308 of West Miami Jewish Center
and Troop 328 oi West Miami will
be honored on the occasion of Boy
Scout Week. Scoutmasters David
D. Dresner and Saul Kupferman
will participate in the service. Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Joseph Gor-
son will deliver the sermon. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., with junior services schedul-
ed for 11 a.m. Mincha will be at
4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.

TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating and preaching on
the subject: "Quest for Spiritual
Statesmanship." Daniel G. Ross,
chairman of the national planning
committee, Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will be guest
of honor. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehr-
man discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. Cantor Philip Brummer will
render the musical portions of the
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MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating.
Subject of his sermon is scheduled
as: "Ethics of Judaism." Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. A
class in Talmud will precede the
service at 8. Rabbi Levitan will
preach on: "Just Judgments." Class
in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha
will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by
Maariv.
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Akiva Chill officiating and discuss-
ing: "Freedom for What?" Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m.. when Kidders Harris, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Friedman,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Solomon P. Wohlgelernter will be
guest preacher and discuss: "Voice
in the Wilderness." He presently
occupies the pulpits of Congrega-'
tions Kneseth Israel and Adath Is-
rael in San Francisco, Cal., and in
1946-47 served with the rank of
Major in UNRA as representative
of the United States in Europe,
Algeria and Morocco. Junior sen
ices are at 9:30 a.m. Class in Tal
mud will be at 4:45 p.m., conduct-
ed by Rabbi Chill. Mishna is at
5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7 and
8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m., wjth
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating.
Participating will be the recently
formed Young Judaea Group. Chor-
al Society will entertain during the
Oneg Shabbat under the direction
of B. Grossberg.
Rabbi Harry Halpern, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of America, will occupy
the pulpit at late Friday eve-
ning services of North Shore
Jewish Center. Leader of the
Conservative Rabbinate.
Rabbinate, Rabbi Halpern
will discuss: "Essence of
Conservative Judaism."
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toy Scouts Mark
|5th Anniversary
iTffeafr many varied activities.
irefRr Mi.imi s and the nations
hiWUOO Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts,
kplorers and adult leaders are ob-
crving the 45th anniversary of
.,. Huv Stouts of America during
bv Scout Week, Feb. 6 to 12, with
s theme Building for a Better
omorrow
Boy Scout Week is the largest
Innuiil single observance by young
Itizeos. Since Scouting's incorpor-
ItioD in Washington, D.C., on Feb.
I, 1910. more than 22,750,000 boys
[ml leaders have been enrolled.
The 95.000 units in all parts of
he nation, its territories and over-
joa- bases, will dramatize through
jefnoutrations, exhibits, window
Ifepiays and "pot luck" dinners
Iith parents participating, the pur-
[ose of Scouting and the rich heri-
has in this country.
Boy Scout Week completes the
Rational Conservation Good Turn
lie Scouts have undertaken at the
Equest of President Eisenhower,
Jonorary president. Members will
leper! to their sponsoring institu-
tion- and public officials their ac-
lomplishments in arousing "public
(cognition of the need for ade-
luate protection and wise managc-
nent of our soil, water, mineral,
riorest grassland and wildlife re-
li'tlli' -."
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
topyriiht. 1M4. by Amtlcin Jewish Press
18. Jews Settle in Mid-West
- Text "by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions by MAURICE del BOURGO
ir&IOH'T TAKg LONS FOR THE JEWS HMO strrteD
Chausson Poeme to be Played by
Violinist Rabin With UM Orchestra
Folk Music Feature
)f Festival Here
Israeli and Yiddish iolk music
nil featured by two perform-
ing p ups representing the Great-
Ir Miami .Jewish Community Cen-
|cr ts annual Jewish Music Fes-
|ival. I was announced by Cantor
harm.- I Kelemer. program coordin-
ator rhese groups are the Flagler-
Jrar., la Jewish Community Cen-
|er <'.'. irus, conducted by Mrs. Paul
)y.,i. and the Folk Dance Group
led I; Mortis L'rovsky.
Th> concert, which will be pre-
kenti at the Miami Beach High
tcho auditorium on Wednesday
light March 2nd, will also include
larii synagofua choirs and In-
I instrumentalists, to be an-
i i later. A full program of
| ii i-K. past and present, is
ged for the evening
rhicl Aiii also serve as a special
Iniu. in the American Jewish
ferci Ii nary,
Mi n ber> of the Flagler-Granada
1 are (he Mesdames Joseph
Raymond Levine, Joseph
i dward Moore. Ray Ber-
ni< l.ipin and Nat Weiss,
[Lawyers Pass State
|Bar Examinations
LAHASSEE The state
i bar examiners announced
the n<,mes of persons who passed
Ithe recent examinations here for
[admission to the Florida bar.
They included:
MIAMI Harry P. Davison,
Murray Dan Shear, Frederick Ro-
'"''"' Scher, Burton Phillips, Alfred
' Stanley W. Cheff, Her-
l: --el. Robert Oscar Kap-
lan. Laurence F. Austin. Joseph H.
Kaplan, Donald R. Nettlow, Rich-
-I'lnian. Sidney M. Wc;iur.
rombersj and Morris Cohen
I GABLESLouis Winter.
Han in siegel and Merle Litman.
MIAMI BKACH Sanford L.
ick, Irvin Stanley Levint,
Joseph (Jrundwerg, Alan Ro-
aV '"r,,('r Jacob A. Bernstein,
Miller, Seymour Schwartz.
Morris Raj Frietasa, Erwin Lane,
Man;n D. i'liskin. Sheldon J. Sen-
1 and Henry Herman.
"Poeme for Violin and Orches-
tra." by Ernest Chausson, will be
th,njain work performed by 18-
yeaT-ora violin virtuoso Michael
Rabin with the University of Miami
Symphony .Orchestra -on Sunday
and Monday evenings, Feb. 13 and
14, at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums.
Dean John Bitter will be on the
podium. He will also lead the or-
chestra in readings of Overture to
"Lc Roi d'Ys," by Eduard Lalo; An-
dante Cantabile for Strings, by
Arnold Volpe; La Mer, symphonic
tone poem, by Claude Debussy; and
La Procession Nocturne, by Henri
Rabaud.
The Andante Cantabile, by the
late Dr. Volpe. founder of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra, will be played in honor of the
American Jewish Tercentenary.
In addition to his performance
of the Chausson Poeme, Rabin will
play the Introduction and Rondo
C'apriccioso, by Camille Saint-
Saens.
George Szell, conductor of the
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra,
said about Michael Rabin: "He is
the greatest violin talent that has
come to my attention during the
past two or three decades.'* Szell |
engaged the youthful virtuoso for a i
pair of oncerts on April 5 and 7.1
1951. in Cleveland, and reengaged !
him for 1953.
To have playod with such lead-
ing orchestras in this country ai
the Boston. New York Philhar
monic. Detroit. Dallas. Los Angeles,
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland.
Baltimore and Denver, and to have
appeared on the Telephone Hour
more than a dozen times, would be
a credit to a violinist many times
his age.
Rabin had an experience recent-
Tsion Girls Name
Members to Group
Tsion B*nai B'rit'ii cr;.-. met Fri-
day at the home of Myke Stiebel,
2150 SW 21st ter., Miami.
Elected members were Barbara
Andrews, Barbara Hacker, Harriet
Lasko. Diane Lapin, Jacki Rosen-
thai and Betsy Sokolof, of Kinloch
Park.
Also named were Lynn Free-
man, Barbara Rabinowitz, Sandy
Rice, Mona Rosenson and Edie
Sommerfield, of Miami High
School.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments included Carol Warshaw,
chairman, Blossom Futernick, Liz
Halpern. Rita Kirschner and Sheila
Waldbaum. Comic skits were pre-
sented by Selma Aron.
& PESACH
/^RCV SAILING
18th
Michael Sobin
ly that he believes is unique. He
played the Paganini Concerto 31
times in one week. This wac during
an engagement with the New York
Philharmonic Symphony, when it
played four and five shows a day
at New York's Roxy Theatre. Al-
together, he has played with the
orchestra 55 times.
Mindlin to Review
Louis Zara Novel
"Blessed is the Land," a novel by-
Louis Zara, will be reviewed at the
Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th st.
and Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, on
Monday evening, Feb. 14. The func-
tion is sponsored by the Miami
Beach Recreation Department and
Miami Beach Public Library. Re-
viewer will be Leo Mindlin.
Iteming School tor Retarded
C/iiidren Schedules Dinner
Miami Beach Home and Training
"wk1 for Retarded Jewish Chil-
i will hold a dinner on Satur-
day evening, Feb. 12, at the Vic-
">r hotel.
Ben Essen, Miami attorney and
civic leader, will be main speaker,
swings will be extended by
Soil' rf(Harold Shapiro. Miriam Pell
mff ,s chairman of the evening,
with Alfred A. Lessor, co-chairman.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY H, ,353
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Reception to Honor
Gary Rovin
Gary Brand Rovin, son of Mr.
Mrs Sol Rovin. 3905 Monaer
\< will become Bar Mitzvah
lurdaj morning services
ral Gables Jewish Center.
Morris Skop will officiate.
\\:th Cantor Irving Robinson ren-
dering the musical portions of the
litui |
chth grade student
Leon Junior High
. the religious
v. Cen-

He i< a di ler eo-
.-.yed the juvenile lead in
I the Ring
Theater and is a former member of
*>tball lea
Lit)
Kiddus Ion the cere-
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Michael Chase Bar
Mitzvah Saturdcy
nc am :4 Mr
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W bet Bar M OTah on
Fee :C *i Beth I
- cue
;hth grade stn-
snenandoah Junior High
'>^ ntltndj Hebrew classes
a: Beth D;
; the serriees
n honor of the Bar V
- the social hall. A
reception {a r Michae". and his
friends will be held at home that
e\er.;ng
Among out of town guests at-
| the Bar M.trwah are Mrs.
Rebecca Eliasberg his grandmoth-
er arc man Mrs M.r.a- EIias
Mrs Fneca Weber, and Mrs
Marion WaJiach. all of New 1
l*-rMCf J. tlU
s school aae aV
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V-s Pearl
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Mark Steinberg |;
Mitzvah Saturday
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12. at
School and O
Victor Brows BcJer aoa of
V- rz^ Mrs. Z-rh^rr F
i=_*T S3! Went 30th sx. Mi-
=u Beach, will becooe Bar
-^rrci cc ScrurdoT rears
r7 --- -- ZeczzLe 5e_-.
Victar. a
Bath Shakes
caool at in ta*
of NaaMfaM Jnsiar rfigh
Births
Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Gross
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Orah Lee. She joins her one-
year-old brother. Shaul Shraga
Rabbi Cross is principle of the He-
brew Academy.
Brook and Morgan Rood have a
new lister, (llona They an the
children oi Mr and Mr- Joseph
Rood. 8600 SW 42nd ter
Rect-r.t births m the Gn
ami area include the :
Char es '" and
Vr- : v. I 637 Was
tor. tve
50 S2nd st.
Ml and
Mrs
n ni Mr. and
Mn I 00 SW 4th
-
Mr and
aaaan RMS
aVe
Mr and
-'- Bay dr
: Mr
rh Brod til
-.f Mr and Mrs
i5 Dartonia rd
- -, \*i m | tjr ,..- v.
IOP *>h e*
'-"
Mn Ma -rrnan ME
-
- ": i*
-
i-: Mrs
M.- and Mrs
Mr aad Mn M
-
>:::: M_- and Mr? Bow-
ard Z-agermart Jan
Son born to Mr and Mrs
Braaaaea ta n
' I --berg
;-' ->uncethe
hinh of their daughter. Suzanne,
on Dec 6 at Jackson Memorial
he new arrival joifl
Am 5 Mini L>r.r. 3-: and Ju-
dith .'.
Recent birth? in the Greater Mi-
ami area include the following:
net son of Mr and Mrs Mil-
ton Bnefmac. 15*51 NE 15th ave.
Robert Doc Keith, son of Mr.
Mrs Joseph tnwnihtiii 855
NE :-:--. -
Elaine Rare- -.r 0f Mr.
and Mr- brina. rftsaaian. 211 NE
David Mart, son nf Mr and Mrs
Robert Fnedman. 927 2nd
Dsv-.d Michael, son of Mr ar.d
Mrs. W apaa Krenserm. 5990 North
Bavshore dr
Debra Sue. daughter of Mr and
Mr- tt dliam Greenwald. 6850 S\V
4- -. -:
Lawrence Wayne, son of Mr and
Mrs Uopd Gardner 3641 Stt I9h
*BrMJfaav daughter of Mr and
w~" SM
i- danghter of Mr and Mrs
Bernard Kaplan lo SW lTth ct
Peggy Jhib. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Mftan Le>->. 6821 SW 2r.d
St.
Warren son of Mr and Mr* Ba>
oWKinsier 2T SW 34tfc et
rJ.a^^Cfcl*ro' "
Donald Greenhlatt. an SW 48th
.?Jan Dand. son of Mr. and Mrs
AraeWXewanan. 823 SW Ml
Saaanae. danghter of Mr and
*. Ben Grossherp 2960 KW 85th
Lynda Soe daughter of Mr and
Mrs. BeajanHa Harm. 3038 SW 4U
St.
-ft!! *L ** of Mr
ad Mrs. Albert Kapa4er 940 NE
iiatn at.
of Mr. and
tfUPttitM,
of Mr and
14815 NW
Lutzes Mark Golden Anniversary
At Homestead Jewish Center
Mr. mmd Mn. Ho4*, Iwtt
Mr and Mrs bador Lntz. of
Homestead, celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary recently at
the Homestead Jewish Center, of
which they are member-
Orer 100 friends joined them.
their children and grandchildren
for the occa-i'-r. Mr and Mr- Lutz
:mgton. III., for 48
r*f^re moving to Homestead
three yean ago
The Center was decorated
throughout with golden hued
mums >ellow gladiolus and other
cut flo-
Seated with their parents were
their only daughter. Mrs Saul
Aanm Bar Mitzvah
AtTifercth Israel
Eusere Aaron, son of Mr. and
V-- Sam Aaron. 5264 NE 3rd ct .
Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
: Saturday morning services.
Feb 12. of Tifereth Israel North-
side Center
Rabbi Abraham Herson. spirit
ual leader and Eugenes teacher.
will officiate, with Cantor Albert
Glantz rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy
Eugene i> a seventh grade stu-
dent at Edison Junior High School
and is a member of the graduating
dam of the religious school of Ti-
fereth Israel.
-?***> of Mr and
Sh J,J,k*" F"Bu 1315 SW
*d Mrs. Aaron Saepei. 3390 SW
Mrs.
Mark
Mrs.
Uiaawc
Dand
Mrs.
af Mr .
MlSPigi
Beuy Ana.
Mrs.
horn Mr and Mr*
Siege* Jaa i
PI*, JaTip! ",d Mu^
eJTi'SJ-^ -"*~ Lawr-
ence J Baarh Jan. 18.
Seaborn to Mr and Mrs Davrf
~ Jan XI
Stern, of Port JcrvU. N. J and her J
daughter in law. Mrs William Alt-
neu of Normal, III.; their sons and
(riven, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Lutz. o(
Indianapolis. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Lea
Lutz. of Homestead and Pelham.
Ga ; and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lutz.
also of Pelham: cousins. Mr and
Mrs. Harry Luti of Albany. Ga;
("iisin. Mrs Harry Selig. of ihia-
go; and Mrs. Jacob Lutz s p.irents.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Shanki:.an. of
Homestead and Memphis. Tenn.
At one table were seated Krand-,
children Betty. Bob. Sandr..
Danny and Judy Lutz. of indL
Dixie and John Lut/ Home-
stead; and J(.seph Lutz. Jr of Pel-
ham Miss Betty Lutz, oldest grand-
child, toasted her grandparents,
representing the others.
Paul Losner presented the coo-.
jple with the guest hook, and Sid-
ney Peckett. president of the j
ter. presented them with a chest a*
Duralite flatware an a gift fron
j the Center congregation
Guests included Mr. and Mrs
Alex Waterman. Mr- and Mrs h '
vin Barnett. Mr. and Mrs JrVipj:;'
Peskoe, Mr and Mrs. Ben Barnett
Mr and Mrs. A. Levkte. Mr and
Mrs Max Losner. Mr. and Mr- Paul
Losner, Mr and Mrs. Morn- Crt- '1
noff. Mr. and Mn. Mac Steinfmk,
! Sol Neumann. Mr. aad Mrs. William
Raskin. Mr. and Mm. N Banrnaa
Mr and Mrs Partman. Mr. and Mrs. *
J Pinkie
Mr and Mrs Arthur Rosen. Mr.
and Mrs Abe Cohen. Mr. and Mrs
M Gem. Mr and Mrs. Philip Ler
ner. Edward Frieman. Sidney Peck |
ett. Mr and Mrs. Alez Rosen Mr.
and Mrs Jules Cherry. Mr and ]
Mrs William Tambor. Mr and Mrs
William Feldman. Mr. and Mr- I
L Goldenberg. Mr. and Mr- Max
Silver. Mr and Mrs. Sananel Sib en l
Mr and Mrs. Herman Mark-. Mr ;
and Mrs Irving A Kasden Mr and"
Mrs John A Wall. Mr. and Mis.
Harold Granoff and family Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Kelleber Jerry
Kelleher. Mrs Norman Ernst Har-
ry Jaffe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry vein-
berg, Mr and Mrs Ben Left. Cl-
Michael M Isenberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Barnett. Mr. aad Mr> Jobn
Balfe. Mr and Mrs. H Lappman,
Mr and Mrs M G Russell. Dr and
Mrs Schwartz. Jack Tnub an.i Mr.N|
and Mrs Abe Time*
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Pottlitzer GonfinnciJ
Edward Pottlitarr. son of Mrs
Paye Pottlitaer. Miami Beach, and
Hr Jack Pottlitaer. Atlanta Ga.
ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah t
Temple Enunu-El on Saturday,
fen 12 Rabbi Inrtng Lehman will
officiate Edward is an eighth grade
student at the Miami Beach Jon**
Hieh School aad m she gradoat;
ing class of the rettgjaaa school
Temple "
I -. > ana j
Sckeader Jan Si
'naatx Cohen Jaa*!^
of Mr aad
SW 3U .Eibaet Cobra Jam.
St*hood to M\
Sisterhood of the Coral Gabw
Jewub Center will meet an Wed-
ML=*t*
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m*V FEBRUARY 11, 1955
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LOBAL SHORTS
Inlands Restitution
\t Christian Jews'
VIENNA (JTA) The Catholic
lurch has as much right as Jew-
_ rganization.s to demand resti-
(ion from the Austrian Govern-
Lni, since it represents many
bu^ands of former Jews who had
hverted t<> Christianity and had
tiered from the Hitler regime,
t hop Coadjutor Franz Joach-
declarcd here.
>me Denies Carrying
titi-Jewish Broadcast
[ROME (JTA) The Italian radio
It work broadcast in 32 languages
st Friday a denial that it had car-
ed an ant i Jewish broadcast in its
fable language services on Jan. 7.
Hwrnment and network officials,
Ipcating this denial here, declared
Lit Italy's policy was to maintain
Ld relations with both Israel and
Ip Arab States and to assist in
I -hing peace in the Middle
Ten-Point Anti-Discrimination
Program Slated in Congress
WASHINGTON (JTA) ^CattJM
for "equal treatment, fair play and
an end to discrimination against
our Americans because of their
race, religion, color or national or-
igin." Senator Hubert H. Hum-
phrey announced this week that he
would join with other colleagues
in introducing a ten-point legisla-
tive program for human rights to
the 84th Congress.
Israel Again Aroused
j By Arab Border Attacks
TEL AVIV (WNS)-Israel cannot
continue to maintain a policy of
moderation in the face of Arab
provocation and murder, several Is-
raeli newspapers declared this
week after a series of attacks along
ithe Egyptian and Jordan borders.
! An Israeli was wounded on the Jor-
dan border near Beisan when infil-
trees opened fire on him.
[atican Won't Support
ilendar Reform
LONDON (WNS) Proposal now
More the United Nations for
rld calendar reform will not re-
Hve the support of the Vatican,
meeting of the Agudas Israel
iropean executive was told here
week Orthodox as well as
pn Orthodox Jews are opposing
Use proposed reforms because
key would change the position of
L Sabbath in different years and
Iterfere with Jewish religious ob-
)sepS Heftman, 'Haboker'
liter, Dead at Age of 67
hi!. AVIV WNS)Joseph Heft-
b lit' i of the daily newspaper,
Hah ker chairman of the Israel
rurnali.st.s Association and a lead-
:>f tlv General Zionist Party,
pd here last week at the age of
Thousands of persons partici-
ktrri in the funeral and speakers
I ed leaders of the Lsrael Gov-
Inm nt and of the Jewish Agency.
julotiom to Benefit
fxpellee' Jews Sought
IdUESSELDOIF (JTA) The
pntral Council of Jews in Ger-
bnj has protested to the Bonn
IiniMry of Finance against the
|ng delay in promulgating an im-
lementation regulation that would
Jake it possible to pay some com-
position to Nazi victims from Si-
t-ia, East and .West Prussia, Dan-
lg and the Sudetan. Most German-
leaking Jews who survived the
[azi regime were expelled from
nose areas after the war, together
[ith the German population. They
sometimes known as "double
Prsecutees."
Turks Assure Israel Then-
Friendship Despite Iraq Pact
ISTANBUL (WNS)The pending
Turkish-Iraqi defense pact and sim-
ilar treaties that Turkev may in
the future sign with other Arab
countries will not mean any disrup-
tion of Turkish-Israel friendship, a
number of influential Turkish
newspapers declared this week in
editorials. Turkish-Arab rapproch-
ment will guarantee Israel against
anv attack by the Arab states, the
independent "Milliyet" insisted in
an editorial.
Weekend-Una Ceremonies
To Launch AfiNrtfft Israel
Newly completed synagogue
building of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute will be dedicated on Sun-
day afternoon. Feb. 11. Rabbi Isaac
Ever, spiritual leader, will offici-
ate.
Dignitaries present will include
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro. Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet.
Mayor I,eo Rose. Jr., of Surfside,
Councilman Harold Turk and Mor-
ris N. I.ipp. assistant manager of
the City of Miami Beach.
Mi.impfieach Sun columnist Paul
Bruun will act as master of cere-
monies. Musical program will in-
clude Cantors Maurice Mamches,
of Beth David Synagogue, and Ber-
ele Kelemer, Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
Rabbi Ever explained this week
that the dedication will officially
begin with Friday evening services
at Agudath Israel, with Cantor
Sholom Katz rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy. Cantor Katz
will conclude the weekend-long
ceremonies with a Maariv concert
Sunday evening.
In honor of the ancient prescriptions observed by Jewish peo-
ple during their joyous celebration of Passover, Rabbi Hersch
Kohn is invited to supervise production of Lipton Tea. Shown
is the Orthodox Rabbi, who is spiritual leader of Congregation
Tifereth Israel of Riverside, in the Lipton Tea plant at Hoboken,
N.J. After thorough inspection and supervision of all produc-
tion procedures. Rabbi Kohn pronounced Lipton Tea "Kosher
for Passover."
Truman, Justice Douglas
Address Tercentenary Affair
KANSAS CITY (JTA) Former
President Harry S. Truman and As-
sociate Supreme Court Justice Wil-
liam O. Douglas were the leading
figures participating in this city's
celebration of the American Jew-
ish Tercentenary here, last week.
More than 2.400 persons attended
the meeting. President Truman
spoke briefly, introducing Justice
Douglas to the audience.
Go/den Agers to Mark
Abraham Lincoln's Birthday
A special program commemorat-
ing the birthday of Abraham Lin-1
coin will be presented by the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club of the
Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, on Sunday j
afternoon, Feb. 13.
Featured in the program will be ,
the reading of the Gettysburg Ad-
dress by Rudolf Koses and the sing-
ing of patriotic songs by Miss Iris
Schwartz.
Rabbi Shapiro to Speak
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest
speaker at a luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Israel Zionist District
on Wednesday noon. Feb. 16, at the
Raleigh hotel. Phil Salmon will be
chairman, with Charles Lee pre-
senting news from Israel.
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CHARLOTTE THOMAS, 8.S., At.
2341 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida
Highland 4-3252
Id., AJmr.
Branch School
1211 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia 7, Pa.
FUGIEIT FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI'S HOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH iUHfKAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414
2987 W. FIA01ER STREET, MIAMI MITCHIU JACOBY, Mar.
vvw
lews in Ecuador Thank
|N Delegate for Intervention
QUITO, Kcuador (JTA)A dele-
li.tion oi Kcuadorean Jews visited
Vr Jose Vicente Trujillo, Ecuador's
lelegate to the United Nations, last
fiok to thank him for his recent
J <>'""( with the Egyptian UN
m behalf of the 12 Egyp-
lan Jews on trial in Cairo on charg
r "t "espionage" for Israel.
Anti-Semites Fined for
Libel Against Mendes-France
PARIS (WNS)Three persons in-
volved with the anti-Semitic week-
ly, "Aspects de la France," were
convicted and fined by a Paris
court last week for the publication '
of articles attacking former Pre-
mier Pierre Mendes-France as a
Jew. They are Lionel Moreux,
director of the publication; M.
Bourtang, a writer; and Philippe
Chancerelle. writing under the
name of Philippe Luc. Moreux and
Bourtang were fined the equiva-
lent of $1,400 each, while Chan-
cerelle was fined the equivalent
of $140.
THE NEW
Camp Osceola
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
On Mills River 4 Silver Lake
Horse Shoe. North Carolina
Horseback Riding Private take
Swimming Pool
Capable Seasoned Staff
Resident Physician and Noose
Directors:
HERBERT and BELLE SILVER
! 7534 Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beach
' Ph. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment
PERSOIALIZIO SEIV
"ART" "MAUKY" "HAT"
C E
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and PetBHiiu.
Phones 9-2244, 2-6652 140 S.W. 8th Street
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
94S MICHIGAN AVEHUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-3595
[>rst Citrus Shipment Since
f948 Wr Arrives in Halifax
HALIFAX. VS. (JTA>-The first
F'Pment of Israel citrus fruit since
lnt' VVar of Liberation in 1948 ar-
E T ,hw cnl*an port last
Ihl v a sionny voyage across
InT .1"^ Atlan,ic The shipment.
intendfed for Canadian markets,
tondst, of 6.500 cases of oranges.
* c*wr9f grapefruit and 1,500
FaNC!> of lemons.
Memory of Jewish Playwright
Honored by Italian Parliament
ROME (WNS) Tribute to the
memory of Amelia Rosselli. play-
wright and a leading figure in Ital-
ian Jewish life who died in Flor-
ence last week at the age of 85.
was paid in the Italian Chamber of
Deputies and Senate this week. I
Mrs. Rosselli s sons. Carlo and Nel- j
lo, were murdered in France in
1937 on orders of Italian Fascist |
leaders.
KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS
o We Remove Ankle Straps
o We Make Sling Backs
O Platforms Removed
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iart !. "ve reor8anation, mlli-
NiSSST ",d PUbUc WOrki
New Association Established
As Red Academy Affiliate
LONDON (JTA >Radio Moscow
made known in a broadcast in Ara-
bic to the Near East a "Russian-
Palestinian Association" has been
created aa an affiliate of the USSR
Academy of Sciences. The broad-
cast said the new group has started
to produce a periodical bulletin. It
is called "The Palestinian Bulle
tin." Volume one was described
as containing "articles and docu-
ments relating to the history and
culture of the aeuls of the Near
East."
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A JEWISH FLORIDIAX TERCENTENARY FEATURE

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
4TA
has been
- treasure In
the rabbi take*

maxi-
pny the ral-:
kecpil
:
When the R "rebbe"
tsith. the
c rabbi should be
He should spe-k the
- -^.i >r*ai P rtieii f thi
V.,ok. Friends. I have -
Week and can iiiKl
That i<
..mi that is
ek
thai was quite a
conflict N
ism and Reform, but h
form Jeus are getting
dox Perhaps that is ihe
i be.
u her. bate V did
ptrhap> jbout Re-
old m-n. he
J
pf J >u don't like Reforni
Judai>m. Wise said to kfasl
Well." said ManHanskr, ">"?-
'
r the ei
the Ri .11
y_ will
puzzled What
'
go further.
That's the
gtfnf Sease of the younger men
-
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11

Beth Sholom Group
To Present Cantata
Sister!
w ill
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Feb. 11 i tl

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The Ba!-
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Me saber;
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Denver Engineer Named
National Hospital Head
DENVER Stai
-
ed president National
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Bedfcal center for I
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Shahan is '"
year
He has been a
[or


Yiddisher Forum Honors
Poet Saturday Evening
R Iceland
-
Dr.
Mr> B I
f the p t's
be bj Mr
nhhiilnilti Installs

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r^or^crse* rr ier re
-er ie-diancc km .
.r=j. Scares, he George Wk
Ssm-je: FneeBoaatL "h,,ii-r,ft
Fax Stares lac
;:
e 153rd Stree: r.opptng Cea-
oenn Saaj- preaadect at Food
I RMiSSftM bJ iarine s and
tne board of tthemma Food
Gues: Speaker Slated
A: West Miami Center
fewish
v. La*
lice in
:
:-'.delit> Bond &
V r. ,,nd the Phila-
_e Banker- \
He her of the board of
*rd of di-
rectors of the Phila.t- ->chia-
ad board
::. r 2 ter there
Gors the pub
-..:._.- i immissi r. of the
I Philadelphia.
Rabbi Fishman Guest
At BefR David Synagogue
Rabbi Hertzel Fishman, ami,.
political advisor, soldier andTpini
ual leader of Temple
Gottlieb Hammer, executive
director of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, was elected this
week president of the Amer-
ican Israeli Shipping Co..
Inc.. of New York. American
Israeli is the U.S. representa-
tive of the Zim-Israel Naviga-
tion Co.. Ltd.. Haifa, Israel's
largest shipping company
which operates Israel-flag
cargo and passenger servic-
es to four continents.
Book to be Reviewed
Dr Max Warmbrand will be the
peaker Saturday afternoon.'
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
11th >t and Ocean ct He will re-
view Dr Abraham Wolf-on's re-
cent publication. "Live a 100 Years i
Happily uel Ro>enbloom. '
chairman of the Greater Miami Hy-
gienic Society will preside.
Works of Miami Composer
Heard in Concert Here
Work- of Miami composer Robert
Strassburg were heard in concert .the National Speaker-' Rostrum o(
We-twood. N.J.. will I* gJesy*5:
Beth David Congregate,, tit
weekend and officiate at service.'
Rabbi Fishman graduated from
Herzliah Gymnasium. Tel Aviv
1939, earned the AB degree at the
University of Wisconsin and th.
MA decree at Columbia
He was ordained at the Jewi^
Theological Seminary and u'.
awarded the American Jewish Con-
gress fellowship for post graduate
work in Pastoral Psychiatry, He
has served a.- national president of
Masada, Young Zionists of Amer.
ica. editor of the National Younj
Judean publication and was edu-
cational director of Tel Noar %&
mer institute for young Jewia
adult-
In 1948. Rabbi Fishman joined
the Israel Foreign Office in Israel,
where he occupied the position of
principal assistant to political ad-
visor and acted as director of in-
service training program for diplo-
mat* He was the recipient of the
first award offered jointly by Is-
rael Foreign Office and Hebrew
University in Advanced Political
Science and was a lecturer at the
Institute for Public Administration,
Tel Aviv, Israel, on the subject of
"American Democracy
Rabbi Fishman served as a Major
in the Israel Army and was the'
first head of R.O.T.C. in Israel. H*|
is the author of "Civics in a D*-t|
mocracy." first Hebrew textbook]
on civics in Israel, currently used'
in Israel's high schools, and many'
of his articles have been publi.-h-
ed in "The Recon struct ionist."
The New Palestine." National
Hillel Guideposts." "Ha'AreU. Is-
rael's leading daily, and "Be-
terem." Israel's leading monthly
Rabbi Fishman is a member of I
Tuesday evening at the Miami
Women's Club.
Included in the performance
were "Torah Sonata." one Biblical
and two Walt Whitman song*.
"Mother and Babe" and "Gliding
Over All." lyric and epic pieces;
and the Tercentenary Suite." dedi
cated to 3ihi yean of Jewish Set-
tlement m North America.
Strassburg ii graduate of the
K< England Conservator) of Mu-
sic and Harvard Universitj Re
studied with Walter Piston, Igor
m-ky and Paul Hindemith.
United Jewish Appeal. Bonds for |
Israel. American Christian Pales-
tine Committee and the Americaa
Zioalaf Council. He serves as chair-
man. Commission on Israel anf <|
Zionism, of the Rabbinical AssBf
blv of America.
Friedman to Talk
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of.
B'nai B*'rith Women will meet os
Wednesday evening. Feb 16 at the
t Ucaar hotel. Judge Milton A.
Friedman will be guest -peaker.
tits tunice take
Camp Osceo/a
Prepares for Summer
Mills River m
N.C ]- dov. preparing

to an ^ |,y
Mr ..-
T536 B
- lour to
i the
i leva
lirectora
las ., pri-
swimming
I that the ramp site coav
- 3O0 acr- Linds
ilM lu.ies
ndoor
ick riding, camperaft, music, arts and
craft- riflery. arrhen fencing
cry. fencing and numerous other
activ:
The Silvermans pointed out that '
Camp Osceola also features special
serMces held on the Sabbath
-Announced also this week was
the appointment of Mis- Eunice i
Lake as dancing instructor at the
camp Miss Lake is director of the
Eunice Lake School of Dancing and '
Dramatic Arts in Mum. Beach A
feature dancer with Samrm Ka\e -
band she has appeared on many I
T\ shows.
Mra- Frank Rose and Mm. Nathan Davidow. cc-chainneQ. afi
shown discussing the Beth David Suterhood "Mad Halter*
luncheon on Feb. 9. Participating were the Meedame* W***
Rabinowiu, flowers; Earnest Susmman. batn; Max Bergmaa
rad10; Nathan Spiegelman. suppUen; Samuel Badanes. g^
Merman Goodman, correspondetlte; and H- Abramo*'*
treaaurer. Hoateaaes will be the Meadomee L Cohan. MJ
lacobaon Samuel Plotkin, Sidney Kaplan. David Faroe*.
win Shirkin. Hairy Auguat Philip Sq1L Louia Schworwoo0"
1. bchloaa. Iaidore Berman and Max Shapiro.




IDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1955
ferzl Sabbath
lated Feb. 12
bEW YORK- Saturday, Feb. 12,
been designated as Herzl Sab-
|l, hv the American Zionist
Juncil and the Jewish Agency, it
I announced here Mrs. Rose L.
Ilpnn, chairman of the Joint .
Ir/! Committee of those organiz-
Vn->- ,.
IriK occasion is part of a world-1
U,. cnmnicnioration of the death ,
=a

rJmi
m
Sussman Dead at 70;
Was Building Contractor
Alexander Sussman, 70, of 3701
Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach, died
Monday.
Mr. Sussman. a retired building
contractor and a resident here for
17 years, was vice president of
Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach:
past vice president of the Miami
Beach Apartment Association; a
member of the Greater Miami Jew
ish Civic Center, the Zionist Or-
ganization of Miami Beach and
B'nar B'rith.
He lws prnmmerrt in various
community project* in New York
Surviving are lii- wife. Ida; a
son, William, am. a daughter. Mrs.
May Liebcrman. all of Miami
Beach; tw children.
Services were held Tuesday in
Temple Kmanu-El, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Miami Beach, was
in charge.
Obitiari
PAGE 11 B
e a
JOSEPH ORATZ
. I. winter visitor to Miami f.,i t>>-
past l. years ii,,m Atlantic City, X..I
dli l r>* i lii- home, III Ocean .>-.,
Mi.inn Bi hi h Ml Urals, a
butcher, K mirvlved bi his "if. Bva
and r. ii ,,.,. s.,,i. l:. n, Ham and
"f Philadelphia Riirlal '....k
111 i" in I'hlladi Iphla, with II
Chapel in ISIDOR KORNBLUM
I" T I "re ., i Miami
died Keb. 2 ttlvemldi Mcinoi
Retired Dentist Gives
Center Two Paintings
Me-
I tench
I

HARRY L. KATZ
iw ii"i '.f the Weetw nod
' Ke h, illi .! I..... hi Ail..Mil.
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Ii h> 111
BENJAMIN FRIEDMAN
71', '< 1211 i 'olllni ave Mian I i'.. aeh,
died Pi-I. I He m retli i leather
Dr. Jacob Gerber, retired dentist
from New York City and a perma-
nent winter resident o f Miami
Beach, has donated two of his paint-
ings to Pier Park Community Cen-
ter.
The paintings were received in
behalf of the Recreation Depart-
ment of the City of Miami Beach by
Tier Perl director Phil Leif,
Dr. Gerber has been doing scenic
,, p.iintmus Bfl an avocation since his
retirement in I960. He hit-, exhilii'
i d at the Miami Woman's ( Uib; the
International Motor Boat Show;
and at a one-man show at the May-
fair Art Theatre in Miami.
Fn New York City. Dr. Gerber
had one-man shows at the Rosen-
thai Gallery. His work has received
favorable reviews in "Art News."'
.....I- in hi.if.1. : m ... Mr. I i
' i I -lih I ;ii Ml in Hi aeh for
coming, from N
ii ii. Ilella "n .
iiii.ui
Kur-
Theotfor Heril
dor HeoA. founder of mod-
. -in, 50 years ago.
I of 2.200 congregations
| nit the United States have
\ quested to devote their ser-
|on on that day to Herzl and to
pecial events by their re- i
Ihhi- schools and adult education
DUDS
I'Feb 12 u.is chosen because it j
[the Sabbath preceding Feb. 14
pen. in 1896, Herzl's historic
bnphlct. The Jewish State,' was
|h'ii-hcil In Vienna and led to the
mention of the first World Zion-
Congress in Basle. Switzerland,
following year," Mrs. Halprin
plained.
the year from July. 1954. to July
6"i ha- been proclaimed Herzl
nmemorative Year by the World
i Organization whose head-
urters are in Jerusalem.
fins Courtesy Award
Tin untiring interest of school
IfJic guard Nal Friedman for the,'
let! i the students at South
lath Elementary School won for
pi this week's Courtesy Award of ;
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
Irct.
triedman, a retired New York ;
|> policeman, resides with his j
' Anna, at 1258 Pennsylvania I
|e They have three children, Bar-
W, Selma and Marvin, a lieuten-
I' in the Air Force. Friedman
[ ominated by Mrs. Blanche A.
|he:i. Hoi,! t ambridge.
Sanders Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jennie
Sanders, formerly ol 3801 SW lfi
ter., will take place Sunday, Feb.
13. at 2 p.m., on the Miami Beach
Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery,
with Rabbi Morion afalavaky offi-
ciating. Mis. Sanders la survived
by a son. Nathan; a daughter, Mjss
Goldie Sanders; one sister, Mrs.
Fannie Kramer, of Newark, N.J.;
three brothers. A. B Hamper, of
Newark. Norman Kemper, of Jer-
sey City, and Morris Kemper, New
York City; and one grandson, Ira.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives arc
asked to attend.
Kara, .! hm .iii.i l mv.i. and two
Bui lal look pin re In Mem v..
i Ide Memorial Chapel ol Miami
Hi .i. ii in i haifce of lo i i lent*
JULIUS SCHNEIDER
''" a........ .it.'.l .i
I foi ni'.t- than 80 yt i
hwh3 Heh s. ere held In
1 lor Ion "11 ipel. n Ith i. i
in Ml N, I,.. I .in. 1,1 ) Mi s h
aha el I'll \ I :.
urvlved bj > wife,
on I'aul i 'I :
Mi- l: :

ALBERT L. SUCARMAN
II) ..ii ave., Miami I
' I Hi.' Ill
MAX SELLER
I'ennaylvaiila
.11.!. Burial
H .
> ii
f lueal a
SAMUEL SMITH
I, ol I.......in iir MIh i Bi ii h,
i i i I .1. I Bui ml wan In M ml
Mia 1-Ueacl n I
Friedheim Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Friedheim, formerly of 1120 Euclid
ave. and 1212 Pennsylvania ave.,
will take place Sunday. Feb. 13. at
2 p.m.. on Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr.
Friedheim is survived by his wife,
Ida: two brothers. Michael, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Perry, of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; also five sisters. Mrs. Shir-
ley Green, Miami, and Mrs. Mae
Berman. Mrs. Jennie Dinowitz, Mrs.
Rose Metzger and Mrs. Anna Ep-
tein. all of Brooklyn. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
SAMUEL LEVIN
.".it ,,f |i;Mi James ave. Mian Bea h,
.ii. ,1 i .!,. i Bui il wan Phllarh I-
|.hi;i Riverside, Miami Beai km In
, iiaiK. ol i". ..I .i i rangi meni
SAMUEL LEVIN
80, of 7 "i Bui lid ave., M la
awa j l- --li l Burial
i: ...lii n i:.\ ralde, .Miami i bi h
.is iii chaise, "f arrangementa.
NATHAN HERMAN STERN
.1. .,f B00 Bj r mi are Miami Beach
wn mum here n rear* aim from
Providence, B.I., died Prldaj He wm*
a retired motel owner Burvlvlng are
ins wife, Sara and sun. Uloyd, hoth
nf Miami, s.i \ i.i s arara held in iloi-
don'a Miami Beai-h Chapel, Kith bur-
ial in iit. sinai Cemeter)
SAMUEL LIEBERWITZ
gg ..i :.'u \K lii'mi at., who cam* lo
Miami i" yaara m$o from New Y..ik.
,ii, ,i |.-,i, i. .-. i vIcch i. held in
lon'l Miami i 'li.i].. I Sin \ \\ m.
. his if.-. Ausuata Ini ee ion
.,f the Army: Max, !> trolt,
I Vld, Se Toi k. a il.iucln.i. Ml s H) 'I
Knulan, and hie fathi I. Jacob, both
.,f New York
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DAVID RATIHN
Tii. ..f 151 NK ".-'ml si l.....imi to
Miami ii v .1 .I--., from Boston, died
Katurdaj Ml Ratlhn, n l
iialnter, is survived b) ins wife An
two aons, Morris, Miami Beach, and
.1. Allaton. Mass two datuth-
Mi lii.i Berenaon. i lorohi -
Mass and Mi Bei i Hlmbli Bt, Bom-
tun. ami seven ciaiiitiliil-li.il A
, i,. in r-hai ol u
ii..M Miami Funeral Home.
HYMAN GREENFIELD
;::. of lii Wth St., Miami Beach, "ii"
. in.in New Tort i:-ii' 'ii k
lied Baturda) S'urvlvlna irchla wife,
iwu none, i" Irvln i:
.'. and Jacl B
x ill.- i nti i. ii. two dauslrti M
Kuth Si hwi ve and Mi s : aii
i.. iis. in. .hi. both "i Miami i"
in i i" Brand
,, ,. held in 11 ii l"i' ~ Ml .mi Beai li
t'haiiel, with burial in Ml Sebo Cei.....
ten ______
HARRV FALK
ii.....H M
Ulaml Beach.
JACOB GUT
;\ ,,f ItMl Coll ill ivi \!; nl Ben
., \. utlvi -f Hi'- ld<
I'orn I., ii I- I N'^ '" ''
11
Paula, and two soni '''' >"' Max
\\ .In...... I.I Her> .in,I
il i.....i nlace hi W.....liner*, with
Mi, mi. Men irlal 'i < Ml
-
CHARLES H. LEVITT
;i of Bui II I Bvi- M I Ik
Hunda il "'- retired n om
the knltweal b id i ame fi
Il ii": ..... Ill-
\,,ii. i" dauarl tern, Mn Aaenath
i Rods I..--, in
\i Ida Roaenth il. '" of
ih,.
hi i,i In Rlvei si.!'- Memorial '
, i. Miami Beach, a ith bui lal In Ml
N,i. I". MM I
MORRIS SCHICKEL
,! Sum lai iii
lal II* bad b lent f
, X. I
eater, nv Burvlvlna ..... his wife,
., brnthi "' *
.1 i.uiiai will be In B
MORRIS ROSENBERG
-. Philadelphia. .1 l*-.l t-Vidaj
Mi mortal Chanel.
SAMUEL H. COHN
II, nf III! Collina ave died Saturday
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honey
raw vegetables
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berries
fruit
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It's custard smooth, easy to digest...
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nUDAY, FEBRUAgy
Areas Launch Campaigns To wpport 1955 Appeal Efft

NorHi Mfcw Beoch Girds for CJA
Drive; P**+; Sie^eJ Are Co-Cfwirmen
eean Feb 7. at the rael film, direct fnm
d mamas Wallace. 11 C*T- ***
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S*t**i ha* inmwwH
rotative dale el


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tar their Imtu: i. t
delecatiM from i^, te
s i* Mua Bearh will attend the
MO Birthday Party
""*>.
aannur.oi p^
projected date > .- ,-uJ
for --------------
chairman San J. Heiataa on

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'"^V" a. C^ADay Westview on March 6 with eonnjiitiee a,
rec Lews Al Goldba ek. Ross Sobel. NUes Schkipik. Lou Ww*
-y event at West view Country Club will include a c:lf
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iv FEBR0ABY 11. 1955
adhar Names Palm
fthrim L. Sachar, president
ndci^ I'niversity, was a re-
uest ;,t the Whitehall hotel,
Beach, for a brief vacation,
visited in the area before.
i well known historian, edu-
ind lecturer was entertained
Ember of social affairs dur-
. palm Beach stay.
Lchar revealed that he had
Beach Man' .
named Samuel Ki..
Beach and New York, president of
Howard Clothes, together with
Dore Senary, of Hollywood. Calif..
and Judge Simon Rifkind, of New
York, as Fellows of Brandcis Uni-
versity, to serve in an advisory ca-
pacity to the Brandeis board of
trustees.
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A 1955 Chevrolet, grand prize
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center car project, will be
presented at the Center's annual
invitational ball on Saturday, Feb.
19, it was announced by Sid-
ney Palmer, fund raising chair-
man. Stuart Winston is chairman
of the ball.
Sfhsttw^>e",,r
e Dr. Sarah Goodman, dentist from
New Y o r, k. City and Saratoga
Springs, who is wintering in Miami
Beach, sang a repertoire of Hebrew
and Jewish .songs m .the Miami
Beach Community Center Monday
night. Dr. Goodman was accompa-
nied by Marvin Maher, pianist and
voice teacher.
Group Hears Mrs. Liebman
Mrs. Malvina Liebman, director
of elementary education for the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction, was guest speaker at the
regular monthly meeting of the
Private Schools Association of Dade
County held in the Lear School Au-
ditorium Friday evening.
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YOUR ONE GIFT
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This house is not for sale and never will be!
Inside it is only one fair-sized room, with a curtained-off cor-
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the comforts few. It's small and simple, but it's home for these
newcomers in Israel... the first in a long, long time.
Thousands of little white houses like this now" dot the country*
side put there with funds supplied by you through the United
Jewish Appeal. In the months ahead, Israel plans to build 10,000
new, permanent homes for at least 40,000 men, women and chiW
dren who have been living some for two and three years in
substandard huts and shacks.
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calling on you for the help only you can provide.
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BID* Y, FEBRUARY 11, 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
-----LnTICE BY PUBLICATION
L the c7rcuit COURT OF THE
L^VuFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Iffi IN AND FOR DADE
fo?NTV IN CHANCERY No. 176002
r ,-i.uivK v kaskkvi.-ii.
) MINh' N Plaintiff.
li.tvi "a i'askkvk'II. Defendant
,' UIIT FOR DIVORCE
I m.\VI S. PASKEVICH
"' !.|>Ki:sS KNKNOWN"
, ,Vr. 1...1- notified thai a BJU
team "'" '"' |l^"1"' "* '"?"
Ld against >'" "'"' v"" :'"' '<-',,h'-
' ..,v,. a oops -I your Answei or
UdlnV i" the l!l11 "' ""M'''"t on
niiifH Attorney. I.AVII- I-K-
] N W 12th Ave., MImiiiI.
.....I Ilk the priJnal ABjwer
m the office of the < Ijrll
Ji I'Uvuit Court on or before the
,,i H,\ of February, IMS. If you
,',',l.. SO, Judgment bjf default Will
against rou for tl- relief
. .., ,he Bill of Complaint.
, shall IM. IMlbllHb.'d wic
i '.,...k for four consecutive -Weeks
;'' ', V .n:\VISII FLORIDIAN
1,11 vr \M> ORDERED at .Miami.
| i. jith day of January,
i; IV I.KATIIKHMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
i..,,i. County, Florida
|<> JUAN COITRNOYER,
i ,.u: i Seal) Deputy Clerk
. i-n-n
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ilTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 175942
ILFKBD i: MOBS, Plaintiff,
KTHK.lt m UOS8, Defende.nl
'" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vup, K8THBR M Moss, addreai
I .,:. hereby requlieo to serve
t i.i your Answer to a Hill "f
f nl i'.r lilvor.......i Plaintiff*
[,.. m UtRRT .I LBWIHON, 7'M
. n llldlng, -Miami. Florida, and
. _-mi.iI anil the i.-i k ol the
. .i Comt. on or before the
,.i February or default win
i against you.
.! .,1 Miami. Horlda. this Mth
try, ]'."....
k. p LEATHSRMAN,
i l. ik. i"Ircult Court
It) KM. W STOCKING
Deput) t'leik.
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i-: is in:iti:r.v aiVEN thai
!. siring t<' engs
I mdi r Ho flctltloui. name of
riEH SERVICK STATION,
\ \V 2nd A\ enue, Int.-mis to
,. ..... ith the 'I.i k of
I nt I url "f I >.iili- unity.
I

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i.i:\visi.n, B8Q.
R Mai
NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IlKKEItY tUVEN thai
I d< ring to engage in
ft the fictitious name of
Tl.....l: s M.K.S. at IS
Stre. I. int.-mis P.
ultli the Clei k of the
I of 1 i.i. i -.. i ti t v Florida.
ll.\l.ol.l> SCHECHTER
loVXKI! .^ \l .NNHRIMRR
, Sal ii.nul i nml..... Sales
3 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in il, dealiing to ease
i li i the fu tlilou- ii.mi. ol
IAI_i.li s |IK \: I-V SALON, nt 131T.I
l'i\ie IHkIimhv, intends to register
* ith the Clerk of the i 'li -
i Hade Count). Florida.
UAitt.n in ui.i:v. 0wM
i ii-ia
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,, NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
d< ill inw to I
the fu minus name ol
" I 1 K'K S. at |(/| Baal Mauler
\ I'w.i Ida, Intend! to rear-
ith the Clerk of the
urn, County, Florida,
i..., I'-ll HILVEBMAN. iHMi.l-
I KAN SKI!
r Overman
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343-B
In Ri ESTATE i 'F
UORRIH HICHTER, Peceaaed
To All Creditors and All p.is.ms Hav-
ing claims i Demands An.mist .-.,|.|
i tat
V..u, ami each of you. are hereby
notified ami required to present an'v
clanns ami demand! uhf.h vou. or
either of yotk may have asainat the
.-at. of .Moititis RICHTER, deceaa-
mI late ..f I lain- County, Florida) lo the
lion FRANK B. DOWLINO, Count)
Judge of Dad County, and file the
aaine In hi< office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within clRht ealendar m.intha from the
date of the first puldleatlon hereof,
Said claims or demands to oentajn
the lejjal addi.ss of the claimant ami
to he sworn to and presented at afore-
said, or same will lie hnrred.
Date January 17, ah. ,
SVIA'IA RICHTER,
Aa Administratrix of the
Batata of
MoillU.s RICHTER. Deceased
1. H. HATERS
Attorney f,.| A dmlniM I a r \
1102-04 Conareaa HldB.. Miami, Fla.
1/Z1-M I/4-ll
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalaried, deelrina to enfasje m
business under the fletltloas name of
Al.ill'.S NEWS, .1 1M4 Alton Road.
Miami Peach, Intends to register said
num.- With tin Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Klorlda.
ALFRED MART
MORTON M. BEIdBL
Attorney for Applicant
Blscayne lilda.
i n-u 2/4-n
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 171831
KITH l.KVV, IMalntlff.
\ s.
Hl'llKHT l.E\V. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: HCHERT LEVY
34(1 BMt 52nd Street
Aj.al tin.mt 1 D
.\e\y York. New York
Ton ere hereby notified that a P.in
of i -...ii|.iaini for Divorce has been
filed tiKale.st you, and yon are herehy
iciiulred to nerve copy "f your Ati-
.i to the mil of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and flic the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before the
isth day of February, in.".:.; otherwise,
the all.Kill.uis of said Bill of Com-
plaint will I... tak. n as confessed
afalnal you,
Date.i tins :\#ii day of January. 1>35,
P P. I,l: ATIIKKMAN
i'lark of '"ii-. nit Court
By li li RICE. .IK ,
is. .ill I leputy clerk (Si Hi)
flEOROE 3. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
1.21-2S 2/4-jl________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engaRi in
b ii in- us undi r tht flelll U>uv I '
PPTi 'UN REALTY, Bl 19 H H 9th
St.. Inti 'nl i name with
Hi,- Clerk ..f the Clri lit Court ..f Hade
Count). Fioi
M.\i:\i.\ d. ai'PI.i:
t t-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B
In Re: E8TATE OF
ISII'iiU Hl.iio.M. I .. us. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims oi Demands ARalm i Bald
Estate
You, and each of yon, are hereby
notified and required t" present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have uualnst the
estate of isiiiiik Hi.HUM. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
llo.\. FRANK H DOWLI.NO, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
Hme In his. office In the C
Courthouse in bade County, Florida,
within ela-ht calendar months from the
.i its of the .m -i publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
i.e sworn to and presented .. Bfori
i same will he barred, s.
lion I2ii of the 1931 Probate Act.
Hate January 17, A.I). I
BELLA BLOOM,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ISIHolt III.....M, I i. as. d
BERICK, SHAPIIto K PRIED
Attorneys for Administratrix
| 1/21-28 2/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 176060
JAMES II. Mi: iU'INNKSS, Plaintiff
RALLY THERESA MC uriNNKss,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: SALLY TIIIKlBBA
Mi' ill INNKSS
15 Alpine Street
Koxl.ury, Massachusetts
You are herein notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
n. 11 a cop) <>f roar Anawer fts
Pleadlns to the Hill of Complaint on
.''"'i-'il'i'i'l'.'v" .-\!,';'"",?-' .'i"A!"'!';* ,lrl,N THE county judoe-s COURT
i .1 liMlii.N. I.M| ..... Lincoln Road. |N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
i Miami Beach Florida, and rile the Florida, in probate, no. 34392-B
oriftlnal Anawer or pIi-ii.Iiiik m the j,, |,,.: kstateoF
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fHVBN tl -t
the underslcned, dealrinx to encace
under the fictitious name 1 '
r.EIIMK S MEN'S SHOP, at US N
Mth Bl Miami, i-'ia Intendi to res
ter said name with the Clerk Of
Circuit 1 "01.....f I'ade 1 'oiini: I
I'.KIi.NAKD C. tJRKENSTEIN
1 M-21-2S 2/4
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
I Court on or before the 2:11.1 day of
j February, Itss, If vou fail to do s...
JudRitunt by default will la- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in th,. him of Complaint.
This notice shall i.e published once
each week for four Consecutive weeks
In TDK JEWISH FIX>RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED si Miami.
Florida, this 23th daj ol January,
A.n pi:,:,.
E. P. LBATHERMAN,
1 'lei k, Clrcoll Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By R 11 RICB, JR..
(Circuit Court Seal) Depot) Clerk
1 :'s t 4 -11 -1 -s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY lltVEN thai
the uii'l.i s'u-ii.-.i. desiring i. encase In
lu-iiiess uii'l.-i the fictitious name of
UNITED GARMENT COMPANY, al
131 \ w. in-t co.ni. Miami, Intend
to registi aid name with the Clerk
of the Cli.....t Curt of Dade County.
Florida
MAKIIol.l' DC BROW
KL'RT MENDEL
ro-pti ti
Kl'RT WELUW'H
Attorne) for Applicants
1414-17 Coiurreae HuiiiiiiiK
1/28 2 l-ll-lx
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Mi. undersigned, desiring to engage In
I. isiness under the fictitious name of
is 1: IRBECCE, Bl (SO >pa Locka
Blvd., 1 M.a Ix'.ka. intend to register
..I 1 name with the Clerk ..f the Clr-
art of Pad.- County, Horida.
CHARLES T BROWN
t-Tiiri, M. BROW N
HENRY NORTON
Mtornej fn \.in ants
1041 Beyhold HldB.
2 111
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320
KMMAI.ITA ELIZABETH K Plaintiff,
vs
.1. ISEPH K< n'l I:. I f. nd.ml.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO JOSEPH Knell:
U Hollj Street
Auburn, New York
You, Joseph K'.Hin, ai.- hi rel notified
thai a Blu of Complain! for Divorce
has I.. I. file i sgalnsl | ou, nB vou
are re.|uii-ed to serve .i cops of your
Answei
anna FORMAN, also known as
ANNA CHAIi I'l.lK. ANNIE
CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK,
ANNIE FORMAN, anna
FOREMAN and
ASKA CHAKTOI'K, l.eceasefl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Againsl Bald
Estate:
Vou. and c.o-li of you, are hereby
notlfletl and required to preeenl any
.laniis and demands which \.u, or
either of you. may Ifjts ?- against the
estate of anna FORMAN, eti de-
late "T Dade County. Florida,
to the HON. FRANK B. DOW LINO.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same iii his office In the
County Coin t house m Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date hereof. Said claims or demands tr.
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and t.. be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, ..r same will i- barred.
Bee Section ISO < the Ittl Probate
Ad
Date January 17, A.D.
HERBERT S. SHAPIRO
Aa Admm itratoi C l\A
of the Estate of
anna FORMAN, etc .
I... .
BERfCK, Sll tPIRO FRIED
Attorneys foi Adralnistratoi C.T.A.
1 21 -Jy Ill
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 175778
FRANCES S.'HIKI MAN. Plaintiff,
WILLIAM HILL BLACK, a/k/a
WILLIAM 11 BLACK, HELEN
KCTH BLACK, a'k HELEN li.
BLACK CLARENCE (1RIMM
ELEi Title en. INC S Floi Ids
corporal...... OEOROE E BCNNBLL,
INC., a Florida corporation;
I. ISEPH II 11 MiKIS' iN, d h s
GARRISON LCMBER COMPANY;
\ri.\s I'l.oi .itlN'i;. INC., a Florida
, ,allocation, It, P. LB< N M'.". d ha
It B l.i:i INARI' WIN! i\\ S
I A scilAIKIt. MARION SCHAFER;
DOCULAS I.i HIIER CO., < Fl
corporation: FRANK M WATKIN;
UWRY ELEt'TRir -i > INC .
a Klorlda in PEACOCK
LCMBER AND SIPI'I.V COMPANY,
., Florida corporation, Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO I A SIIAKKtt.
3123 Lowell Avenue,
Louisville, Kentucky
MARION SHAFER,
HIS Lowell \y. nue,
Louisville, Kentui
YOU Mil-: HKHBBI NOTIFIED
that a complain) t.. foi .rtcnite
has been filed ngalnsl >-ou In the
sbovs cause and you are required to
s, r\ < a COP) Ol your answer on
RICHARD KRIIOtlKR I INK. Plain-
tiffs Attorney, ll-lilf Cpsigresa
HulldiiiK. Miami. Florida, and file the
orlKliml with the Clerk of the above
Conn, on or before the L'-ith dav of
February, If".5, otherwise ,i default
w ijl be entered against you.
DATED: this 28th day of January.
i: II I.KATHK.It.MAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
I lade COunty, Klorlda
Bl \VM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
1/2S 2/4-11-18 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SHORE WOOD ACTS, at 300-324
South Shore Drive, Miami Reach, Flor-
Ida, intend to register said name with
the i h-rk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
,'""'"V' n""'%vM I HKI.SKV
ELSIE S. HKI.SKY
AKON'.YIT/.. ARONOVITJS CA1DI.N
Attorneys foi Sara J. Heisky and
Elsie S lielsky
2/4-U-1S-2.'.__________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA FORMAN, also known as
\N.V\ CHARTi >CK, AN Nil-:
CHERTOK, ANNIE CH UtTOCK,
ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA
I'. iRRMAN and ASK \
. II Alt Ti ii K. I >. eased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE Ol tDrTD DECEDENT:
ending to tin- Bill of Com- I You are hereb) notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted t. probate
in sgid 'ouri You ars hei eby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date ..f the fiist publication
of this noli..- io..i|.|....u in said Court
ami show cause, it any ).....an. why
the action of ssJd Court In admitting
s.i n win to probate should not stead
.in:. oked-
FRANK B DOWLINO,
County Judge
By JENNIE L. HLANTON,
Clerk
ii- .1 BEAL)
1 .'I tl 2/4-11
nlalnl on thy plaintiff's Attorney BEN
ESSEN, Esq., pin Beybold Bldg., Mi-
ami. Florida. and file th.....'IgllUtl
Answei oi Pleading In the ..ffi. of
the Clerk of the ClrcuM Court on or
l to. the 4th dav of March. 1H..... If
vou fail to do so. judgment bv default
will i.e taken sgalnsl vou for the relief
lied In Ihe Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami,
Klorlda. this (nd dav of l-'-l.l u,i I v .
A I 19
i: l! LBATHERMAN,
Cleric, cii.uii Court
1 l.ole fount v I- I.....I.I
|-,v JOAN COI'RNOTER,
icircuii i ouri s. all l .i-put\ Clerk
BEN K8SEN
Attoi in-v for Plaintiff
ion Kevl old Bldg., Mlamli Florida
2 4-11 -Is -_-,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 176329
BERYL I" U' 'HLFARTH, Plaintiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i
~ OF ALBERT J Wl "HLFARTH,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ri nn'"4 'HI as-" cop nr-
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160
[i. ilt< iTIIV M WHITE, Plaintiff,
i
KAR1 i: i: WHITE, 1 lefcndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; BARLE I: WHITE,
\v. nue.
Pas, ,, Ni w lei sey.
Von aie hereb] notified that 0 Bill
nplalm for Divorce ha been
ni, ,i igi ini' you, ami >..u are re-
quired i...... ,,f """ '
,,,. rl,,,,!,,;. i th. Bill of Complaint
,,., the nlalntlf. attorne>s MYEPK.
HFIMAN >- KAPLAN, 650 SeyholJ
Building, Miami. Florida", and Hie the
original Answei ... Pleading In ihe
nf the clerk of th. Circuit Court
,,n or before Ihe 7th day >' Mar
If vou fail lo .1.. so. judgment
h] default will he taken aeainst ro.l
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Coili|.la.i.l -,
This notice shall be published once
rich week for four coll 'itW. "'<
iii THE JBWDtH FI.ORIDIAN.
In i\'k v V|. ORDERED at v
Kl. I.Li.. this SCth day of January.
A.D. 195.'.. i.KATIIKHMVN,
Clerk, circuit Conn.
If County. IT...;.la
Pv m c. OBF.BN,
.Circuit Cpuit Seal) |......tv_. lei <
MYERS. HELM\N .< KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
. I... ii llulhllng. Miami. FIOI IdB
2/I-11 i
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29858-B
RE: BflTATB OF
SAM FRANK, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed in.v final report and petition : >-
Final Discharge as Anclllan Adm
ntrdtor C.T.A. .-r the estate of HAM
FRANK, .l.ceased; and Hint on the
L'l day nf February, Is.'.".. I will an
to the Iloiiorahle FRANK B, DOfl
IN'i;. Count v JutlgS of I lad.- I'lillli' .
Klorida, for approval ol i..I unal re-
port and for final discharge as A-
ciliary Administrator i'.T.A of two
Estate of s'AM FRANK, deceased.
Tins Itth .lav of January. It
l.A'A RENCE .1 FRANK,
As Ancillary Administi at...
T A of the i istate ol
SAM FRANK,
I '21-28 1/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522
BERTHA SKAI.KA. Plali
V s.
JACK SKAI.KA. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JACK SKAI.KA
n Mrs. i> Blumenthal
.'i 17 KdKley Ay. nue
I llelclsl.le, I'eitnsv I V a III I
Viic are hereto reojulred to s i
copy of voui Answ.-r to :li- l.lll f
C.....plaint upon Plaintiffs attorn-
ami to file your Original Answer
the Office of the clerk of this Co
on oi before ihe Mth dav of February,
[St: otherwise, the Bill Of loliipl.li -
for Divot ce beretofoi igalri
you will be taken as ooafessi I b)
Dated at Miami, Florida, thli
dav of Januai i. It55. *
B i: LBATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court of
l iade i 'ountj Hoi id i
B) I. IAN '' iCRNi IYER,
Deput) I
and address of
Iff Alton
NORMAN H. LYONS
910-912 llympla Building, Mlai
I 14-21-21 I
PUT YOUR MONEY
TO WORK TODAY!
INTEREST CREDITED
QUARTERLY
ON SAVINGS
Of annual rate of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOUg
NAME LAW
N..||.'K IS HEREHY tllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslness under the fictitious name of
H* II TAVERN, at Ml N W. Bnd
Avenue. Intends to register said name
with the ci.-rk of the Clrcull Court of
Dade Count) Klorlda
II M \\ KISS (Sole Owner)
ItY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applir
int
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 1*771
BE: KSTATK oK
ISAAC R< ISRN1 VKTKV I >
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hei.h' I '" that I have
fil.il aiv final ..port and petition for
Final His. ha i e. i Hlor of the
, isaac ROSKN41ARTBN, de-
t and th.if on the ,th dav of
Mn.h V"".. L will nnplv the BOB-
"KS"' va BLANTOV. County
Judge of DapV OUnty, H.-rlda for
sonroval of said final report and for
final dlsehafge as ,Kv-',>.''.'". ';'.,-v"
of ISAAC ROSKNOARTEN,
'!(,d. ,.,.
This aist day "January. 1*5.
ill i itosKNCAHTKN
AARON ..M I
11. i ends nl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT J \v < >HLr All ill
I- i. Bos ii
.-oi.iesklil. New York
You ai e hei ei.v nut If 11 .1 thai a BUI
of i *ompla in. :" Divorce ha '
fii.d sjpttnsl you and you n
.,. ., ., opj "' .'oui tin .v r to the
Mill of Complaint upon Ihe i 'I i
Attorney, Irwln s Futerfas, Sulti !0I
Terniln.il Building, Coral Cablet Dad
Count}-: Florida, and file th<
in thi office of the Clei k < the
on or before the Ttii day of March,
thai w lie the complaint for DI-
. ,toT. filed herein vv ,11 I e
taken as eonft ou.
i iabli i 'ad. i
i this 2nd dav of Kcl.ru.n v. 19 .,
K. P. LEATHERM >N
Clerk of th.- -iicuii Coui t
Cv VVM W Sim KINil.
P. put) Clerk
8/4-11 -IS- 2-1____________________________
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREB! (1IVEN that,
tho undersigned, desiring to em
business under the fictitious name of
COMMERCIAL LANDSCAI'KRS, at
th Bl Miami Bea. h. Intend to
regiHter said name with the Clerk of
rcult Court of Dade County,
Florida
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PAGE 10 B *JmlstinorkHar_ A JEWISH FLORIDIAX TERCENTENARY FEATURE By DAVID SCHWARTZ 4TA has been treasure In the rabbi take* • maxipny the ral-: kecpil : %  • When the R "rebbe" tsith. the c rabbi should be He should spe-k the -^.i >r*ai P rtieii f thi V.,ok. Friends. I have Week and can iiiKl That i< ..mi that is ek thai was quite a conflict N ism and Reform, but h form Jeus are getting %  dox Perhaps that is ihe i be. u her. bate V %  did ptrhap> jbout Reold m-n. he J %  pf •• J >u don't like Reforni Judai>m. Wise said to kfasl Well." said ManHanskr, ">"?' • r the ei the Ri .11 y will puzzled What go further. That's the % %  • gtfnf Sease of the younger men • FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11 Beth Sholom Group To Present Cantata Sister! w ill • %  Feb. 11 i tl %  The Ba!lad 1 %  %  %  -he program M e sabe r ; %  %  %  I : %  A G ft %  Denver Engineer Named National Hospital Head DENVER — Stai ed president National -. : -.he Ire Bedfcal center for I M 48Shahan is '"• year He has been a %  • • [or Yiddisher Forum Honors Poet Saturday Evening R Iceland Dr. Mr> B I f the p t's %  be bj Mr nhhiilnilti Installs %  %  %  r^or^crse* rr— ier re -er ie-diancc km r =j. Scares, he George Wk Ssm-je: FneeBoaatL h,,i i-r ft Fax Stares lac ;: e 153rd Stree: £r.opptng Ceaoenn Sa aj preaadect at Food I RMiSSftM BJ iarine S and tne board of tthemma Food Gues: Speaker Slated A: West Miami Center fewish v. %  La* lice in :• %  :'.delit> Bond & V r ,,nd the Phila_e Banker\ He her of the board of *rd of directors of the Phila.t->chia%  ad board :••:. r 2 ter there Gors • %  the pub -..:._.i immissi r. of the I Philadelphia. Rabbi Fishman Guest At BefR David Synagogue Rabbi Hertzel Fishman, ami,. political advisor, soldier andTpini ual leader of Temple Gottlieb Hammer, executive director of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, was elected this week president of the American Israeli Shipping Co.. Inc.. of New York. American Israeli is the U.S. representative of the Zim-Israel Navigation Co.. Ltd.. Haifa, Israel's largest shipping company which operates Israel-flag cargo and passenger services to four continents. Book to be Reviewed Dr Max Warmbrand will be the %  peaker Saturday afternoon.' at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th >t and Ocean ct He will review Dr Abraham Wolf-on's recent publication. "Live a 100 Years i Happily uel Ro>enbloom. chairman of the Greater Miami Hygienic Society will preside. Works of Miami Composer Heard in Concert Here Workof Miami composer Robert Strassburg were heard in concert t h e National Speaker-' Rostrum o( We-twood. N.J.. will I* g J es y*5 : Beth David Congregate,, tit weekend and officiate at service.' Rabbi Fishman graduated from Herzliah Gymnasium. Tel Aviv 1939, earned the AB degree at the University of Wisconsin and th. MA decree at Columbia He was ordained at the Jewi^ Theological Seminary and u awarded the American Jewish Congress fellowship for post graduate work in Pastoral Psychiatry, He has served a.national president of Masada, Young Zionists of Ame r ica. editor of the National Younj Judean publication and was educational director of Tel Noar %& mer institute for young Jewia adultIn 1948. Rabbi Fishman joined the Israel Foreign Office in Israel, where he occupied the position of principal assistant to political advisor and acted as director of inservice training program for diplomat* He was the recipient of the first award offered jointly by Israel Foreign Office and Hebrew University in Advanced Political Science and was a lecturer at the Institute for Public Administration, Tel Aviv, Israel, on the subject of "American Democracy Rabbi Fishman served as a Major in the Israel Army and was the' first head of R.O.T.C. in Israel. H*| is the author of "Civics in a D*-t| mocracy." first Hebrew textbook] on civics in Israel, currently used' in Israel's high schools, and many' of his articles have been publi.-hed in "The Recon struct ionist." The New Palestine." National Hillel Guideposts." "Ha'AreU. Israel's leading daily, and "Beterem." Israel's leading monthly Rabbi Fishman is a member of I Tuesday evening at the Miami Women's Club. Included in the performance were "Torah Sonata." one Biblical and two Walt Whitman song*. "Mother and Babe" and "Gliding Over All." lyric and epic pieces; and the Tercentenary Suite." dedi cated to 3IHI yean of Jewish Settlement m North America. Strassburg ii %  graduate of the K< England Conservator) of Music and Harvard Universitj Re studied with Walter Piston, Igor m-ky and Paul Hindemith. United Jewish Appeal. Bonds for | Israel. American Christian Palestine Committee and the Americaa Zioalaf Council. He serves as chairman. Commission on Israel anf <| Zionism, of the Rabbinical AssBf blv of America. Friedman to Talk Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of. B'nai B*'rith Women will meet os Wednesday evening. Feb 16 at the t Ucaar hotel. Judge Milton A. Friedman will be guest -peaker. •tits tunice take Camp Osceo/a Prepares for Summer Mills River m N.C ]DOV. preparing %  to an ^ |,y Mr ..T536 B lour to • '• i the i leva lirectora las ., priswimming I that the ramp site coav 3O0 acrLinds ilM lu.ies ndoor ick riding,


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IDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1955 ferzl Sabbath lated Feb. 12 bEW YORKSaturday, Feb. 12, been designated as Herzl Sab|l, hv the American Zionist Juncil and the Jewish Agency, it I announced here Mrs. Rose L. Ilpnn, chairman of the Joint I r/ Committee of those organizV n ->. ,. IriK occasion is part of a world-1 U,. cnmnicnioration of the death =a rJmi m Sussman Dead at 70; Was Building Contractor Alexander Sussman, 70, of 3701 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach, died Monday. Mr. Sussman. a retired building contractor and a resident here for 17 years, was vice president of Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach: past vice president of the Miami Beach Apartment Association; a member of the Greater Miami Jew ish Civic Center, the Zionist Organization of Miami Beach and B'nar B'rith. He lws prnmmerrt in various community project* in New York Surviving are liiwife. Ida; a son, William, am. a daughter. Mrs. May Liebcrman. all of Miami Beach; tw>•past l. years ii,,m Atlantic City, X..I dli l r>* i liihome, III Ocean .>-., Mi.inn Bi HI h Ml Urals, a butcher, K mirvlved bi his "if. Bva and r. II %  ,,„.,. s.,,i. l:. n, Ham and "f Philadelphia Riirlal '....k 111 i" • in I'hlladi Iphla, with II Chapel in 111 BENJAMIN FRIEDMAN 71', %  < 1211 i 'olllni ave Mian I i'.. aeh, died Pi -I. I He m %  retli • i leather Dr. Jacob Gerber, retired dentist from New York City and a permanent winter resident o f Miami Beach, has donated two of his paintings to Pier Park Community Center. The paintings were received in behalf of the Recreation Department of the City of Miami Beach by Tier Perl director Phil Leif, Dr. Gerber has been doing scenic ,, p.iintmus Bfl an avocation since his retirement in I960. He hit-, exhilii' i d at the Miami Woman's ( Uib; the International Motor Boat Show; and at a one-man show at the Mayfair Art Theatre in Miami. Fn New York City. Dr. Gerber had one-man shows at the Rosenthai Gallery. His work has received favorable reviews in "Art News."' %  Iin HI. if. 1. : m ... Mr. I i i I %  -lih I ;ii Ml in Hi aeh for coming, from N • ii ii. Ilella "n •. iiii.ui KurTheotfor Heril dor HeoA. founder of mod. -in, 50 years ago. I of 2.200 congregations | nit the United States have \ quested to devote their ser|on on that day to Herzl and to pecial events by their rei IHHIschools and adult education DUDS I'Feb 12 u.is chosen because it j [the Sabbath preceding Feb. 14 pen. in 1896, Herzl's historic bnphlct. The Jewish State,' was |h'ii-hcil In Vienna and led to the mention of the first World ZionCongress in Basle. Switzerland, following year," Mrs. Halprin plained. the year from July. 1954. to July 6"i habeen proclaimed Herzl %  nmemorative Year by the World i Organization whose headurters are in Jerusalem. fins Courtesy Award Tin untiring interest of school IfJic guard Nal Friedman for the,' let! i the students at South lath Elementary School won for pi this week's Courtesy Award of ; Miami Beach Chamber of ComIrct. triedman, a retired New York ; |> policeman, resides with his j Anna, at 1258 Pennsylvania I |e They have three children, BarW, Selma and Marvin, a lieutenI' in the Air Force. Friedman [ ominated by Mrs. Blanche A. |he:i. Hoi,! t ambridge. Sanders Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jennie Sanders, formerly ol 3801 SW lfi ter., will take place Sunday, Feb. 13. at 2 p.m., on the Miami Beach Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Morion afalavaky officiating. Mis. Sanders la survived by a son. Nathan; a daughter, Mjss Goldie Sanders; one sister, Mrs. Fannie Kramer, of Newark, N.J.; three brothers. A. B Hamper, of Newark. Norman Kemper, of Jersey City, and Morris Kemper, New York City; and one grandson, Ira. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives arc asked to attend. Kara, .!• HM .iii.i l MV.I. and two Bui lal look pin re In Mem v.. i Ide Memorial Chapel ol Miami Hi .i. ii in i haifce of lo i i lent* JULIUS SCHNEIDER ''•" a .it.'.l .i I foi ni'.tthan 80 yt i HWH3 Heh s. ere held In 1 lor Ion "11 ipel. n Ith i. • i in Ml N, I,.. I %  %  in. 1,1 ) Mi s h aha el I'll \ I : % %  urvlved bj > • wife, on I'aul i 'I : Mil: : %  ALBERT L. SUCARMAN II) ..II ave., Miami I %  I Hi.' Ill MAX SELLER I'ennaylvaiila .11.!. Burial H > II f lueal a SAMUEL SMITH I, ol I in iir MIH I Bi II h, i i i I .1. I Bui ml wan In M ml %  Mia 1-Ueacl N %  I Friedheim Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Friedheim, formerly of 1120 Euclid ave. and 1212 Pennsylvania ave., will take place Sunday. Feb. 13. at 2 p.m.. on Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Friedheim is survived by his wife, Ida: two brothers. Michael, of Miami Beach, and Perry, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; also five sisters. Mrs. Shirley Green, Miami, and Mrs. Mae Berman. Mrs. Jennie Dinowitz, Mrs. Rose Metzger and Mrs. Anna Eptein. all of Brooklyn. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. SAMUEL LEVIN .".it ,,f |I;MI James ave. Mian Bea h, .ii. ,1 i .!,. i Bui il wan Phllarh I|.hi;i Riverside, Miami Beai KM In iiaiK. ol i". ..I .i i rangi meni SAMUEL LEVIN 80, of 7 "i Bui lid ave., M la awa j l--li l Burial %  i : %  ...lii n i:.\ %  ralde, .Miami i % %  BI h .is iii chaise, "f arrangementa. NATHAN HERMAN STERN .1. .,f B00 Bj r MI are Miami Beach wn MUM here n rear* aim from Providence, B.I., died Prldaj He wm* a retired motel owner Burvlvlng are ins wife, Sara and %  sun. Uloyd, hoth nf Miami, s.i \ i.i s arara held in iloidon'a Miami Beai-h Chapel, Kith burial in iit. sinai Cemeter) SAMUEL LIEBERWITZ gg ..i :.'u \K lii'mi at., who cam* lo Miami i" yaara m$o from New Y..ik. ,ii, ,i |.-,i, i. .-. i VICCH • i held in lon'l Miami i 'li.i].. I Sin \ \\ m. his if.-. Ausuata Ini ee ion .,f the Army: Max, !>• trolt, I Vld, Se Toi k. a il.iucln.i Ml s H) 'I Knulan, and hie fathi I. Jacob, both .,f New York One Mother fells Another— "IT'S THE REAL THING!" Mother OLD-FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH KOSHE* PAREVE made without supai iust the natural sweetness ot the choicest tresf. water fish. NEW! Irr KMkn'i Bhim UMIKM Irom the spotless kitchens of Mothers food Products, inc., Newark b, N.I. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # You'll find complete) facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I FIND YOUR YAHRZEIT DATE I This calendar is free to our %  readers. MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 04 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Ave. Ph. 5-3812 Ph. 86-6171 CUSTOM TAI10HN6 1104 UNCOIN ROAD Miami Btach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 30th Year on Miami Btach MRS. HENRIETTA E. POSTEL :,7. ..f ::.".:: %  NW lth t. -i died I d i I, Memorial fhapal, Miami li, tin} BEN GROSS ,.f inilladelphla, |>aaat>il IWIJ Rlveralde, Miami Baach. I', i GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now: you will aave on new roof later "Satisfactory Wor* by Experienced Men" lKn. H iat W nd En *1i*h tes f*WH up to 1964. hJ*s start?* r o t ur ** %  *"li"h C.u'rt '"T, 0 '" 24 y r Hebrew• maxo JEWISH TRADE took fr the 2-Jtory White Build/no THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plat Ctwwtary Chrjas Opea Sundays Ph.ae 83-0249 DAVID RATIHN TII. ..f 151 NK ".-'ml si l imi to Miami II v %  .1 .I--., from Boston, died Katurdaj Ml Ratlhn, n l iialnter, is survived b) ins wife An two aons, Morris, Miami Beach, and .1. Allaton. Mass two datuth%  Mi %  lii.i Berenaon. i lorohi -• Mass and Mi Bei i Hlmbli Bt, BOMtun. ami seven ciaiiitiliil-li.il A i,. in r-hai -• ol u ii..M Miami Funeral Home. HYMAN GREENFIELD ;::. of lii Wth St., Miami Beach, "ii" in.in New Tort %  i:-ii' •• %  %  ii K %  %  lied Baturda) S'urvlvlna irchla wife, iwu none, i Irvln i : .'. and Jacl B x ill.i %  nti i. II. two dauslrti M Kuth Si hwi ve and Mi s %  : aii i.. iis. in. .HI. both "i Miami i" in i i" Brand ,, ,. held in 1 1 II l"i' ~ Ml .mi Beai li t'haiiel, with burial in Ml Sebo Cei ten HARRV FALK II H M Ulaml Beach. JACOB GUT ;\ ,,f ItMl Coll ill ivi \! ; nl Ben .,„ \. %  utlvi -f Hi'ld< I'orn I., II II N '^ %  '" '' 11 Paula, and two soni '' %  %  '• %  >"' Max \\ .In I.I Her> .in, I il i i nlace HI W liner*, with Mi, MI. Men irlal 'i %  < %  %  Ml CHARLES H. LEVITT ;i of •'• Bui II I Bvi. M %  I Ik Hunda IL "•'retired n om the knltweal b id i ame fi Il ii": Ill \,,ii. i" dauarl tern, Mn Aaenath i Rods I..--, in \i Ida Roaenth il. '" of ih,. hi I,I In Rlvei si.!'Memorial i. Miami Beach, a ith bui lal In Ml N,i„. I". MM I MORRIS SCHICKEL ,! SUM lai III lal II* bad b %  lent f %  X. I eater, NV Burvlvlna his wife, ., brnthi %  •" %  '• .1 i.uiiai will be In B MORRIS ROSENBERG • -. Philadelphia. .1 l*-.l t-Vidaj Mi mortal Chanel. SAMUEL H. COHN II, nf III! 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HDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 19S5 +3e*lsttk>rklkir iera Production If Lucia'to Star .rruccio Tagliavini %  Viii-ld famous Metropolitan OpL star Ferruccio Tagliavini will \ principal artist in the Greater Lini Opera Guild's presentation y-Lucia di Lammermoor" on SatIrjay evening, Feb. 19, at the Dade Amity Auditorium. %  An alternate performance of the Idcly popular opera is also schedfcd for the Dade Auditorium on Kin-day evening, Feb. 26. In adon, the Guild, directed by Dr. PAGE 3 A ferruccio Toa/iovini huro di Filippi. will present a nnle performance on Thursday kning, Feb. 24, at the Miami bach Auditorium. "Tenor Tagliavini will be joined (he all Metropolitan cast by Dores Wilson and Frank Guarrera. iTickets for all performances are nilable at Burdines, Cordelia's ini Shop, Steadman's Record top in i oral Gables, Sak's Fifth jenue, Miami Beach Radio Com|ny and Dade County and Miami kai-li Auditoriums. lysiologist to Talk |I'i l l I'incus, Associate Proisor of Physiology, Jefferson Idical College. Philadelphia, will linn a special talk on "Glucogon I'l iiPossible. Role in Diabetes" Ixi week at the University, of Mijii Medical School. The meeting 111 lie held Thursday evening, Feb. I. in the auditorium of the UM Jhiioi oi Medicine, adjacent to the hospital in Coral Gables. 4 i < < < < i i Yiddish Scientific Institute ANNUAL Yl VO Banquet Sunday Evening, Feb. 20th 6:30 p.m., at Hit Oi Lido Hotel UIBUSH LINKER Gu*Sf Speaker Mu.ic.l Program by Hit Famous Isratli Singer AARON WEINGARTEN 4 BAY HARBOR NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN We "•• Hi. [Children Heppy "id HelfKy Educational 'foqrom by **|. Teathert %  **• Take Them From 2 Years Up %  .• *. %  %  HOT IUHCH XHMTtMCAUY •REARED K eh .^' i? "•*• %  • %  xeellent by the City Health Oept. OPEN f0 msnaiOM H THANSFOtTATION Coll UNion 64079 w "*Oe HUNOv MIAMI UACH EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR PERMANENT POSITION with outstanding Miami oroanixaticn as Bookkeeper Manager's Assistant WRITE L. M., BOX 2973, MIAMI It RETIRED ? BUT FEEL LIKE DOING SOMETHING IMPORTANT .. TNE JEW.SN VOCATIONAl SERVICE need, yo„ ,„ ,.,2^ ..rvic.s obtaining work contracts What is the Jewish Vocational Workshop? iUliVp^ &f b W er^ r Vi 0 ^. e : I* "• '^'" *•" %  %  &f Y • • *. aanshcoaped therr -pndutHye.s the eacalienally mel.dj„,rea worker ,. taught how to work and how to get along with his boss and fellow workers TNI IIWISH VOCATIONAL WOKKSHOP PROVIDES TNI SETTING IH wmm INMPINDINCC 10IH IN THIS UNI COMMUNITY PROGRAM INTERESTED? Call Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg at 82-3434 CONGREGATION BETH EL and BETH EL ACADEMY takes pride in presenting The Supreme Cantor of America Cantor David Koussevitsky in a MAARIV CONCERT Wednesday Evening Feb. 23, at 8 p.m. 500 S.W. 17th Avenue ; This is Cantor Koussevitsky's first appearance in Miami Do not miss the opportunity hearing the greatest Cantor of this generation TICKETS AT THE SYNAGOGUE PHONE 9-3004 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thnl the undersigned, desiring to ennci In business under the fictitious name of GRANADA BAB GRILL, at ttl N \\ .ih si Intends l<> reglstei aald name arltii tin''i.-rk .if tie Circuit Court of I *de fount) Florida ELM" II MORALES, Ownei KEHSLER o.nts Attorneys for Applicant I7M W. Ftegler -ii II.It — j/ CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TALc 1 1 T WHOM THE8E PREHK.NTH SHALL I |)ME, GREETINGS >\ nereas, MiU. I.V IIAGI'K. MIAMI IIEAl II FLORID \ ORACE W ItlRTMAN ... v., V ,AN "KAC'H. FLORIDA I'l INALD .1 EANETT .in .. M -V U BEA< '"'• l--|.oRIDA old on tlw ,th da) ol Jul), A.ll Its %  1 -i" be I"' "i porated undei | be l;',"; s ," ,n \,;:I c, KP tel •*. Florida statute,, HKl.i.. INC. corporation, with n principal place of bualm Mi.iini iicai'h. Dado Count) in the State of Florida, and e/herpaa th KKx-khrildiTi. <.f aueh p< afion .i..i • in the th day ..f l ebruan A |I IJSS i >uae to be riled in the <.rri. • ,,i the Hecretary of Htate ..r the btate • %  Florida, .i Conaom of all the atoi k holdora under the provla %  hapter (M, Florida BUtutea, ahowlna the dlaaolutlon of -u.-h corporation ow. therofore, the Hecretary ol Mandoes herab) cert If) to the foreKI.IIIK and thai hi fled thai thi requirement! of la* have iiwn compiled wuli IN \VIT.\i:ss WHEREOF. I ha) e hereunto ael m) hand and hare affixed ih IPSG R A QRAY, (SEAI i '''" "' BUI*. S/lij 15 CAMEO Wash. Avt. at 15th Miami leach Open 1:45 All NEW! Yiddish-American Vaudeville with JACOB JACOBS ANNA IUBIN LEON SCHACHTER GITEL STEIN %  STIUA SCHULMAN STAN PORTER SAM BLUMSTEIN On the Screen-0ANNY KAYE in "ON TNE KIVIEKA" (in Color) FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS LOON LAKE, in the Aairoadocki, NEW YORK FABULOUS NEW CO ED CAMPS. 3 aeparate, completely equipped campuses on 3900 acre*, healthful, pollen-free climate. 1(00 feet high. 4 mile private lake. 18-hole golf course, every land and water aport and athletic facility Exemplary cultural and recreational program. Music, drama, danoe and all creative arts. Education projects. Expert and outstanding directors, specialists and personnel. Dietary laws observed. Excellent separate adult accommodations. Inspired program and features in the famed Andron tradition. OR. DAVID S. ANDRON, Director 2350 Broadway. New York City, N.Y. SUs. 7-3264 DAVID LEVINSON THE OPERA GUILD presents Ferruccio Tagliavini DOLORES WILSON and FRANK GUARRERA im Lucia Di Lammermoor Saturday, Fehraary lfth, Done County Aaaitoriom Thortday, fehraary 24th, Miami Roach Auditorium iAir mtfonMANCi or mi SIASON Saturday, February M, Dade Cooaty Auditor!** ALL METROPOLITAN CAST TICKET8 AVAILABLE AT %  urdines % % %  %  Cordelia's Card Kep Steadman's Record Shop. Coral Gables •ak's Fifth Avenue. Lincoln Read. Miami Beach Miami Beach Radio Company Dade County Auditorium Miami Beach. AueUUrwwei t-1332 s-fia 4-IM1 M-0711 54.7575 4 -MM •-0477 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 170479 HOMER R. HAMILTON. ST Plaintiff, V.v P. IV WHAEDE, %  k n I'AII, C Si -IIAKOK. AND ALSO ALL I XKXHH X I'KliSovs. HKIIIS, DEVIHEEH ORANTEEH. ASrIIUNEEK. i.iK.voits. rREDlTORS, ritrsii:i:s i IR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTH -LAIMIM; BY, Tllltiui',11. I'-XI'KI: UK AliAINST ANY n|.' THE AMOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY RE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN To BE DEAD oil ALIVE, AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN I'ERKO.NS, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS AND I >i:i CNDANTS HAVINO oil CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE oil INTEREST IN Ok TO Till-: PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS I'AISK AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED. I %  efendanta. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: P c 8CH \I:DI:. a/k.a I'AI'l, isi H\ BDE, Addreaa unknown; -\ND ALSO ALL INKNoWN I'EIIso.Ns, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRI'STEES oil ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BT, THROrOH, IXMKI: OH AGAINST ANY olTHE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY BE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN l> > BE DEAD OR ALIVE, AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS AND DEPENDANTS HAVING nR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE oil INTEREST IN oil TO THE I'UOI'EIITV INVOLVED IN THIS CACSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED: Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED %  •> file lih tinClark .-f the above styled Court at Miami, I mile County, Hoiiilii, on of before the Hth 4a) of March, IH.,:.. your wriit.-n pleadlnaa to ;ui aotkM to uiii.-i and confirm titiv to, and for removal ol lion from the rollowinK deacrlbod property, and other rollef: Tracl K of FLORIDA ERCIT LAND ( o s Mil.dlvlxloii. In Section :':!, Townahlp U South, R.HIK.40 I-:H--I, roiii.iiiiinu in arroa mnro or I..*,*, HI-, ordiiia to the Plat thereof, recordod in Plal iu,,,k I, nt Paae ? of th,' Public itor Dade County, Florida; -iabove styled, nnd t<> ----i \-.,i copv thoreof uitliin ih,time sol forth abo%*e, iii'on s lil.ui Roaa, Attorno) r..i Pbtlntirr, IM7 Btantvaa Bldat., Miami, I-'IOIHIH. In default ,,r which H Decree Pro Confaaaot max !•ontoraol asalnal yon. Dated al Miami, Dade Counts', Florida, this Mb il.iV ,.r February, A.D., i: i: LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida By Jl IAN ci il'LNi IYER, Deputy Clerk 2 11 I* .' S/4 LEGAL NOTICE REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your h^me arc th batter and more economical way DRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Drywood or Subterranean Tsrmitsa TRMLiNOLEN .— 1f i 111 i 11 MIAMI — S41 Biecayne Blvd. •2-4441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ih.underalsjned, desiring to engage In i under the rictitlous name or HOMESTEAD TERMIN A I.S. at Dad. County, Intend to register said n.iiii.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ml'RRAT LEVINI-: ... fcAM L.EVINE GENET It OENWT Attomoyi lot Applicants I'n Lincoln IM. 2/11-if-K | i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iindei-HiKiied, dosllingj to %  •nirnaje In bUHlneaa under the rictitlous name or BENS Al'CTION OUTLET, :.i Miami Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk or th.circuit CoU|' "I I 'ol. Count] hlorlria M LESTER SAAL ""^f Allo, ne> miA|.|,l|, ail I • 12 Rlacayne Rldu f/H-m-K : | NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176487 8 AN FORD GROSSBART, I'l.iintirr, ANNE GROSSBART, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 I \ NNE ORIIS8HART II Jobnaan Avonuo Newark, N i. You are hereby noilfle.l that a l: ; ii • %  I Comnlalnl for Divorce baa been filed against you, and you are required to serve a eopj of your Answer %  •! Heading to the Bill of Coni|.laint on the iilaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, 2611 W. Ftafler Bt Miami. i [ %  %  and rile the original i.nawei oi Pleading in the ofrhe or the Clerk of th.Circuit curt on or before thi llth day of Mar, h. 111.-,-,. If x,.,, r„i| ,,, 'I" BO, judgment by default will l„ taken against you for the relief demanded in the Dm of Complaint I'M. notice shall be published once •-.., h week for lour consecutive weekr in THE JEWISH 1-T.oltlDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, ii'.nd.i. this MI, da) of Februars A I. Ifos E I: LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, I '.Hi.County, Florida By W.M W STOCKING, ',',.-^-',','1. r J:" r s, :,l, Beputj Clerk III-. N It > Mi I 'A I .N Attorney lor Plaintiff :.'-,l>, West Flagler St., Miami, Florida 1/Il-lt-SS S't IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175,621 JOSEPH RICHMAN, |-l..ii.tirf. RITA DAItWISH, D.feliilant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RITA DARW18H. Defendant. Ri idi nee .mil gddi ess unknown, who is secreting herself within lli Slate of Mori,la fn.ni service or procoaa. Vou are hereby noiiried that a Complain! for foreclosure of Chattel Mortgage. Injunctlve Relief and other (:• lief has been filed against you, ami you are reqolred to s.-i\.. ., copy ,,i your Heading to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, and file the original Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Clrpull Court ,,n or before th.nth daj of March, It&S if you fail n. do so iildgin.-iil b) default will he taken -oi-.in-1 Mm r„r the relief demanded in the Complain! This suit seel Chattel Mortgage held b> I'laiiuifi on that buainesa known as "Ji >K s LI'NIHI:ONI:T'I'E IO N.W IM Avenue, Miami. Florida, to K.-tli.-r with the furnishings, furniture, flgturee, appliances, stock, equipment, merchandise, goods and wares contained 111.-rein Dated ii Miami. Florida, this Sth da] Of I-,-hi nan 1'i.VV E it. I.EA'I 'HERMAN, clerk. Circuit Oout t. Dad.County, Florida B) WM w STOCKING, Deiuitv Clerk HENRY M CAIN An.in.\ foi Halntirr .',is W Flagler Street Miami. I lortda I II-1V-L'.'. 1/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 172404-A SAML'EL ARONS and SIDELLE II IRONS, Invi if, LOITS SMALL. Individually and as Executor of ih. Estate ..f ETHEL SMALL WARMAN, d.. ,-. rt; and lil'Tll LIBOWITZ, Plaintiffs, \ i LOCI* R MILLER and KSSIE \III.I.I:I: iu"if.i.i'i'v KORSCN a E\.-.IIIIIX of the Estate of Mi IRRIH KORSl'N. e,i l.ri'V KORSCN, Individually, I.I rv KORHCN. aa devtsei under the Last will and Testament of MORRIS KOR8CN, d aeed ;I.I IRI \ Ci IHKN, a.k.a. nu IRI v KORSCN COHEN. Individual!) and as heir of the Estate of MORRIS KORSCN, decsjased l lefendantH NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To; MICIS R MILLER and ESSIE MILI.Ei: IIHIJ Jerome Avenue N. foi k I'm N, York Vou and each of you are h.-i.-iiv notifi.-d thai a complaint for Mortgage i-,,t.-,-iosure as Amended, by that ear. tain Third Amendment or Bupujameiital Heading to Complaint For Moiigag,Forocloaure as Amended, habeen filed against you, and each of vou are hereby required to serve n copy of your Answer to said Complain! .is Amended, on Plaintiffs' attorneys. GENET GENET, !:'" I.ineoin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer In Ihe office of the Clerk of the Clrcuil Cnilrl or the above styled Court on or before the Cth day or Man h. IMS. U you rail to do HO a Decree Pro Conresan will'lie entered against you ror the Teller demand,-,I in Ihe Complain! aa Amended. DONE ANI I ORDKRED, al Miami. Florida, this *th day or February l:,:. E l:. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Clrcuil Cmrrt. Dad.County. I linbjB.. I By: R H im E, jlL a.-* Ogj.uty Clerk j\ GENET £ GENET" fatj|9 Attorneys-ror Plalntlrfs % %  ""^ 4.'ft Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. •II II-18-2.-



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• I PAGE 8 B flewlstifhrMtotL FRIDAY, FEBRU ARY H, ,353 Reception to Honor Gary Rovin Gary Brand Rovin, son of Mr. Mrs Sol Rovin. 3905 Monaer \< will become Bar Mitzvah • lurdaj morning services ral Gables Jewish Center. Morris Skop will officiate. \\:th Cantor Irving Robinson rendering the musical portions of the litui | chth grade student • Leon Junior High the religious v. Cen% %  He i< a DI ler eo.-.yed the juvenile lead in %  I the Ring Theater and is a former member of *>tball lea Lit) Kiddus Ion the cereK : %  -• tt A reel I r at the A I Our • %  Miss Shu Ml %  \ K J N V 6#r f. fi I-awrvnee Rohbins To be Bar Mitzvah • i • • .%  • •Bg i ; %  %  P. cw*. Michael Chase Bar Mitzvah Saturdcy nc am :4 Mr • W %  bet Bar M OTah on Fee :C *i Beth I cue %  ;hth grade stnsnenandoah Junior High %  >^ ntl tn dj Hebrew classes a: Beth D; ; the serriees %  n honor of the Bar V the social hall. A re c eptio n {a r Michae". and his friends will be held at home that e\er.;ng Among out of town guests at| the Bar M.trwah are Mrs. Rebecca Eliasberg his grandmother arc man Mrs M.r.aEIIAS Mrs Fneca Weber, and Mrs Marion WaJiach. all of New 1 l*-rMCf J. tlU s school aae aV %  ?en hosc w Asnoes -gnest! V-s Pearl %  .T i vu i Mrs .•. -' %  -Mark Steinberg |; Mitzvah Saturday • '• 12. at School and O Victor Brows BcJer aoa of Vrz^ Mrs. Z-rh^rr F i=_*T S3! Went 30th sx. Mi=u Beach, will becooe Bar -^rrci cc ScrurdoT rears r 7 ---" ZeczzLe 5e_-. Victar. a Bath Shakes %  caool at in ta* of NaaMfaM Jnsiar rfigh Births Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Gross announce the birth of their daughter, Orah Lee. She joins her oneyear-old brother. Shaul Shraga Rabbi Cross is principle of the Hebrew Academy. Brook and Morgan Rood have a new lister, (llona They an the children oi Mr and MrJoseph Rood. 8600 SW 42nd ter Rect-r.t births m the Gn ami area include the : Char es '" and Vr: v. I 637 Was tor. tve 50 S2nd st. Ml and Mrs n ni Mr. and Mn I 00 SW 4th Mr and aaaan RMS aVe Mr and -'Bay dr : Mr rh Brod til • -.f Mr and Mrs i5 Dartonia rd -, \*i m | tjr ,..v. IOP *>h e* '-" Mn Ma • -rrnan ME : i* i-: Mrs M.and Mrs Mr aad Mn M >::•:: M_and Mr? Boward Z-ager m art Jan Son born to Mr and Mrs Braaaaea ta n %  I --berg ;-' %  ->uncethe hinh of their daughter. Suzanne, on Dec 6 at Jackson Memorial he new arrival joifl Am 5 Mini L>r.r. 3: and Judith .'. Recent birth? in the Greater Miami area include the following: net son of Mr and Mrs Milton Bnefmac. 15*51 NE 15th ave. Robert Doc Keith, son of Mr. Mrs Joseph tnwnihtiii 855 NE :-:--. -• Elaine Rare-. r 0 f Mr. and Mrbrina. rftsaaian. 211 NE David Mart, son nf Mr and Mrs Robert Fnedman. 927 2nd Dsv-.d Michael, son of Mr ar.d Mrs. W apaa Krenserm. 5990 North Bavshore dr Debra Sue. daughter of Mr and Mrtt dliam Greenwald. 6850 S\V 4" -. -: Lawrence Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs Uopd Gardner 3641 Stt I9h BrM Jfaav daughter of Mr and w ~" SM idanghter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Kaplan lo SW lTth ct Peggy JHIB. daughter of Mr and Mrs Mftan Le>->. 6821 SW 2r.d St. Warren son of Mr and Mr* Ba> oWKinsier 2T S W 34tfc et rJ. a ^^ Cfcl ro *• Donald Greenhlatt. an SW 48th &f Jan Dand. son of Mr. and Mrs AraeWXewanan. 823 SW Ml Saaanae. danghter of Mr and •*. Ben Grossherp 2960 KW 85th Lynda Soe daughter of Mr and Mrs. BeajanHa Harm. 3038 SW 4U St. -ft!! *£L ** of Mr •ad Mrs. Albert Kapa4er 940 NE iiatn at. • of Mr. and tfUPttitM, %  of Mr and 14815 NW Lutzes Mark Golden Anniversary At Homestead Jewish Center Mr. mmd Mn. Ho4*, Iwtt Mr and Mrs bador Lntz. of Homestead, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently at the Homestead Jewish Center, of which they are memberOrer 100 friends joined them. their children and grandchildren for the occa-i'-r. Mr and MrLutz :mgton. III., for 48 r*f^re moving to Homestead three yean ago The Center was decorated throughout with golden hued mums >ellow gladiolus and other cut floSeated with their parents were their only daughter. Mrs Saul Aanm Bar Mitzvah AtTifercth Israel Eusere Aaron, son of Mr. and V-Sam Aaron. 5264 NE 3rd ct Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah : Saturday morning services. Feb 12. of Tifereth Israel Northside Center Rabbi Abraham Herson. spirit ual leader and Eugenes teacher. will officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz rendering the musical portions of the liturgy Eugene i> a seventh grade student at Edison Junior High School and is a member of the graduating dam of the religious school of Tifereth Israel. -?* £** %  > %  %  of Mr and Sh J,J ,k *" F B u 1315 SW *d Mrs. Aaron Saepei. 3390 SW Mrs. Mark Mrs. Uiaawc Dand Mrs. af Mr MlSPigi Beuy Ana. Mrs. horn • Mr and Mr* %  Siege* Jaa i PI*, JaTip! ,d %  Mu ^ eJTi'SJ ^ -"*~ Lawrence J Baarh Jan. 18. Seaborn to Mr and Mrs Davrf ~ Jan XI • Stern, of Port JcrvU. N. J and her J daughter in law. Mrs William Altneu of Normal, III.; their sons and (riven, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Lutz. o( Indianapolis. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Lea Lutz. of Homestead and Pelham. Ga ; and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lutz. also of Pelham: cousins. Mr and Mrs. Harry Luti of Albany. Ga; ("iisin. Mrs Harry Selig. of ihiago; and Mrs. Jacob Lutz s p.irents. Mr and Mrs. Sam Shanki: .an. of Homestead and Memphis. Tenn. At one table were seated Krand-, children Betty. Bob. Sandr.. Danny and Judy Lutz. of indL Dixie and John Lut/ Homestead; and J(.seph Lutz. Jr of Pelham Miss Betty Lutz, oldest grandchild, toasted her grandparents, representing the others. Paul Losner presented the coo-. jple with the guest hook, and Sidney Peckett. president of the j ter. presented them with a chest a* Duralite flatware an a gift fron j the Center congregation Guests included Mr. and Mrs Alex Waterman. Mrand Mrs h vin Barnett. Mr. and Mrs JrVipj:;' Peskoe, Mr and Mrs. Ben Barnett Mr and Mrs. A. Levkte. Mr and Mrs Max Losner. Mr. and MrPaul Losner, Mr and Mrs. MornCrt'1 noff. Mr. and Mn. Mac Steinfmk, Sol Neumann. Mr. aad Mrs. William Raskin. Mr. and Mm. N Banrnaa Mr and Mrs Partman. Mr. and Mrs. J Pinkie Mr and Mrs Arthur Rosen. Mr. and Mrs Abe Cohen. Mr. and Mrs M Gem. Mr and Mrs. Philip Ler ner. Edward Frieman. Sidney Peck | ett. Mr and Mrs. Alez Rosen Mr. and Mrs Jules Cherry. Mr and ] Mrs William Tambor. Mr and Mrs William Feldman. Mr. and MrI L Goldenberg. Mr. and MrMax Silver. Mr and Mrs. Sananel Sib en l Mr and Mrs. Herman Mark-. Mr ; and Mrs Irving A Kasden Mr and" Mrs John A Wall. Mr. and Mis. Harold Granoff and family Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kelleber Jerry Kelleher. Mrs Norman Ernst Harry Jaffe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry veinberg, Mr and Mrs Ben Left. ClMichael M Isenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett. Mr. aad Mr> Jobn Balfe. Mr and Mrs. H Lappman, Mr and Mrs M G Russell. Dr and Mrs Schwartz. Jack Tnub an.i Mr. N | and Mrs Abe Time* —Pottlitzer GonfinnciJ Edward Pottlitarr. son of Mrs Paye Pottlitaer. Miami Beach, and Hr Jack Pottlitaer. Atlanta Ga. •ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah t Temple Enunu-El on Saturday, fen 12 Rabbi Inrtng Lehman will officiate Edward is an eighth grade student at the Miami Beach Jon** Hieh School aad m she gradoat; ing class of the rettgjaaa school Temple I -— -—. > ana j Sckeader Jan Si 'naatx Cohen Jaa*!^ of Mr aad SW 3U .Eibaet Cobra Jam. St*hood to M—\ Sisterhood of the Coral Gabw Jewub Center will meet an WedML=*t* "n^.aesday evening.



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Uy. FEBRUARY 11. 1955 k*l*tnvrkflrr PAGE 7 A mi Hadassah Group Schedules nthly Meetings, Chapter Projects lar monthly meeting of the etta Szold Group of Hadassah held at the Empress hotel pndaj noon. Feb. 14. Mrs. Ottosenbers will preside. I,i Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual of Knesseth Israel Congrcga\nll speak on "Israel at the foada" program will include vocal Ions by Mrs. Ida Firkis with %  Butha I.ee at the piano. hr < ;i-c of the Wily Weapons" Litle of the skit to be preal Menorah Group's meetIrmiiay afternoon in Coral OaJcwi>)i renter. Directing the promote the Jewish NationInd are Mrs. Sam Stark and [Leonard Wolpe. Mrs. David jjerg will give the invocation. MH'aker for the Youth Aliyah K Mrs. Irwin Lias, past presi fi Mount Scopus Group. • • niia Group of Hadassah will regular monthly meeting Rbnday afternoon, Feb. 14, at ruAuditorium. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, %  can affairs chairman for tir Miami Chapter of Hada.sluill -peak on current topics srican Affairs. Nat Waldman is president. nna Scni'sch Group of Hadasmeet on Monday afterI i i 14. at the Sea Gull hotel. Il'lulip Rudine is program lan. Mrs. Murray Schwartziticket chairman off the hisha" project. Regular meeting of the Stephen' Wise Group of Hadassah, at the 1 Monte Carlo hotel on Monday noon, Feb. 14, will present a noted authority of the University of Miami faculty who will speak on the I nit ed Nations Young Judeans will entertain with new Israeli dances. irah Group of Hadassah will |i'February meeting at the hotel on Feb. 24 noon. A ill be presented celebrating Month Mrs. Irving Cypen %  in charge of the program. |I:I E, Lubin will preside. %  J • %  ; %  i\ Group of Hadassah will |its regular monthly: dessert m meeting at the SOrrento on Monday noon, Feb. 14. Amdur, chairman of the will highlight the Jewish al Fund project. Louis Senlan. executive director of the |u 11 Jewish Education, will the group on 'The Life of n Herd." Mrs. Sidney Ross beside. a Monday evening, Feb. 14, Weizmann Group of HadasJill hold its regular meeting Miami Jewish Community •r MrII Soothl, JNF chairin charge of the program. tied, "Do You Know." 1 The film "Weep No will he shown. nenced Nursery School Kindergarten Teacher 'anted. Must Drive. Call UN 6-8079 llargi.il Paul Louis Brown, son of Mr. Robert Brown and Mrs. Winifred Brown. 6006 SW 14th st.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate. Paul is an eighth grade student at Kinloch Junior High School and attends Flagler Granada religious school. He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 62. Ardmore Edward Charles Bookbinder, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bookbinder. 740 51st St., will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of the North Shore Jewish Center. Edward is a student at Nautilus School and attends the religious school of the Center. A reception and dinner at the Biltmore Terrace hotel will follow Saturday evening. Ardmore Marshall Philip Baltuch, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch. 9270 East Bay Harbor dr., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Feb. 12, at the North Shore Jewish Center. Marshall is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and is in the graduation class,of the religious school of the North Shore Jewish Center. Reception in his honor will be held at the Algiers hotel on Sunday afternoon. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gyson, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, Feb. 12. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Michael is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 Employment Service 37 N.E. 5th SI. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG. Ownr Israeli Group of Hadassah will ; ^w^^A tf ^^A^^^ M Arf^vA^>WA, Hold its regular meeting on Mon-jJ day noon. Feb. 14, in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. Kita H. Hukstel announces the openinq of a now service PERSONAUZtD PAPtTRHS eleven! distinctive oersonalircd • stationery • informal! • paper napkins • towels • matchbooki • playing cards smart gift suggestions birth, bur mitivah, wedding, all occasion announcements U^WA^/^^WC^* FIAGIER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 N W. 51st PLACE presents on original musical comedy COME BACK LITTLE SHIKKER Feb. 26 (Sold Out 27 Mar. 5, 6 1:30 p.m. Donation S1.2S For Tickets or Information Call: Mr. Bush at 48.6401 Mrs. Coverman at 83-3049 Mr. Shamis at 45481 FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! CALL MR. BUSH FOR SPECIAL ORGANIZATION PLAN Complete Selection brouehf to yoar homo — by appointment MUrray 8 4186 5 9887 .Iff.1.Iff COXVALESrEST HOME 335 S.W. 12th Ave. IE0 ALLEN, Director Ph. 2-5437 and 9-0271 Specializing in Car* to the Utterly and Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service'— Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Roams DAVID EDELSTADT and I. I. PERETZ READING CIRCLES present "THE VRAXD coNcmmr 9 AN OUTSTANDING MOVIE Sunday Evening. February' 13th, at 429 Lenox Avenue DELICIOUS DINNERS WILL BE SERVED FROM 6 TO 8 P.M MOVIE WILL START AT IsM P.M. Admission to Movie 75c Why visit 6 other attractions when you can see it all lor one faro at TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and Zoo PHONE 64-4579 FOR RESIDENTIAL PASS, FREE I LEARNING TO UVE cSroiiD SCHOOL Mfmber Of American Schools and Colleges Asaooation MIAMI BEACH 1204 WEST AVENUE TELEPHONE 58-3271 DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Approved by United States Attorney General IS TIME FOR Tarn Tarn WErWEOOrAOte* TWENTY-EIGHTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMi MICHAEL RABIN VIOLINIST Sun. Eve.—Feb. 13th M.B. Aud. 8:30 Mon. Eve. -Feb. 14th' Dade County Aud. 8:30 Single Tiekets $3.00 82.LI WOO 8'.75 81.60. University Office MO 1-4080 — Cordelia's. 44 S.E. 1t St. — M.B. Aud., 1700 Wash. Ave. — Dade County Aud., 2901 W. 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m*V FEBRUARY 11, 1955 +Jelst>n*rMi r PAGE 9 B LOBAL SHORTS Inlands Restitution \ t Christian Jews' VIENNA (JTA) — The Catholic lurch has as much right as Jew_ „ r ganization.s to demand resti(ion from the Austrian GovernL n i, since it represents many bu^ands of former Jews who had hverted t<> Christianity and had tiered from the Hitler regime, t hop Coadjutor Franz Joachdeclarcd here. >me Denies Carrying titi-Jewish Broadcast [ROME (JTA) — The Italian radio It work broadcast in 32 languages st Friday a denial that it had cared an ant i Jewish broadcast in its fable language services on Jan. 7. Hwrnment and network officials, Ipcating this denial here, declared Lit Italy's policy was to maintain Ld relations with both Israel and Ip Arab States and to assist in I -hing peace in the Middle Ten-Point Anti-Discrimination Program Slated in Congress WASHINGTON (JTA) ^CattJM for "equal treatment, fair play and an end to discrimination against our Americans because of their race, religion, color or national origin." Senator Hubert H. Humphrey announced this week that he would join with other colleagues in introducing a ten-point legislative program for human rights to the 84th Congress. Israel Again Aroused j By Arab Border Attacks TEL AVIV (WNS)-Israel cannot continue to maintain a policy of moderation in the face of Arab provocation and murder, several Israeli newspapers declared this week after a series of attacks along ithe Egyptian and Jordan borders. An Israeli was wounded on the Jordan border near Beisan when infiltrees opened fire on him. [atican Won't Support ilendar Reform LONDON (WNS) — Proposal now More the United Nations for rld calendar reform will not reHve the support of the Vatican, meeting of the Agudas Israel iropean executive was told here week Orthodox as well as pn Orthodox Jews are opposing Use proposed reforms because key would change the position of L Sabbath in different years and Iterfere with Jewish religious ob)sepS Heftman, 'Haboker' liter, Dead at Age of 67 hi!. AVIV WNS)—Joseph Heftb lit' i of the daily newspaper, Hah ker chairman of the Israel rurnali.st.s Association and a lead:>f tlv General Zionist Party, pd here last week at the age of Thousands of persons particiktrri in the funeral and speakers I ed leaders of the Lsrael GovInm nt and of the Jewish Agency. julotiom to Benefit fxpellee' Jews Sought IDUESSELDOIF (JTA) — The pntral Council of Jews in Gerbnj has protested to the Bonn IiniMry of Finance against the |ng delay in promulgating an imlementation regulation that would Jake it possible to pay some composition to Nazi victims from Sit-ia, East and .West Prussia, Danlg and the Sudetan. Most Germanleaking Jews who survived the [azi regime were expelled from nose areas after the war, together [ith the German population. They %  • sometimes known as "double Prsecutees." Turks Assure Israel ThenFriendship Despite Iraq Pact ISTANBUL (WNS)—The pending Turkish-Iraqi defense pact and similar treaties that Turkev may in the future sign with other Arab countries will not mean any disruption of Turkish-Israel friendship, a number of influential Turkish newspapers declared this week in editorials. Turkish-Arab rapprochment will guarantee Israel against anv attack by the Arab states, the independent "Milliyet" insisted in an editorial. Weekend-Una Ceremonies To Launch AfiNrtfft Israel Newly completed synagogue building of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be dedicated on Sunday afternoon. Feb. 11. Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader, will officiate. Dignitaries present will include Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet. Mayor I,eo Rose. Jr., of Surfside, Councilman Harold Turk and Morris N. I.ipp. assistant manager of the City of Miami Beach. Mi.impfieach Sun columnist Paul Bruun will act as master of ceremonies. Musical program will include Cantors Maurice Mamches, of Beth David Synagogue, and Berele Kelemer, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Ever explained this week that the dedication will officially begin with Friday evening services at Agudath Israel, with Cantor Sholom Katz rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Cantor Katz will conclude the weekend-long ceremonies with a Maariv concert Sunday evening. In honor of the ancient prescriptions observed by Jewish people during their joyous celebration of Passover, Rabbi Hersch Kohn is invited to supervise production of Lipton Tea. Shown is the Orthodox Rabbi, who is spiritual leader of Congregation Tifereth Israel of Riverside, in the Lipton Tea plant at Hoboken, N.J. After thorough inspection and supervision of all production procedures. Rabbi Kohn pronounced Lipton Tea "Kosher for Passover." Truman, Justice Douglas Address Tercentenary Affair KANSAS CITY (JTA) — Former President Harry S. Truman and Associate Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas were the leading figures participating in this city's celebration of the American Jewish Tercentenary here, last week. More than 2.400 persons attended the meeting. President Truman spoke briefly, introducing Justice Douglas to the audience. Go/den Agers to Mark Abraham Lincoln's Birthday A special program commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lin-1 coin will be presented by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Sunday j afternoon, Feb. 13. Featured in the program will be the reading of the Gettysburg Address by Rudolf Koses and the singing of patriotic songs by Miss Iris Schwartz. Rabbi Shapiro to Speak Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Israel Zionist District on Wednesday noon. Feb. 16, at the Raleigh hotel. Phil Salmon will be chairman, with Charles Lee presenting news from Israel. A PERSONALIZED SCHOOL with Individual Instruction Shorthand (Gregg) I weeks Bookkeeping I weeks Typing 6 weeks Business English 6 weeks Business Correspondence 6 weeks DAY SCNOOt OPEN NOW STABT ANY MONDAY NIGHT SCHOOL 6 9 MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY ADELPHIA BUSINESS SCHOOL CHARLOTTE THOMAS, 8.S., At. 2341 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida Highland 4-3252 Id., AJmr. Branch School 1211 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. FUGIEIT FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S HOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH iUHfKAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414 2987 W. FIA01ER STREET, MIAMI MITCHIU JACOBY, Mar. •v—v—w lews in Ecuador Thank |N Delegate for Intervention QUITO, Kcuador (JTA)—A deleli.tion oi Kcuadorean Jews visited Vr Jose Vicente Trujillo, Ecuador's lelegate to the United Nations, last fiok to thank him for his recent J <>'""( with the Egyptian UN m behalf of the 12 Egyplan Jews on trial in Cairo on charg r "t "espio na g e f or Israel. Anti-Semites Fined for Libel Against Mendes-France PARIS (WNS)—Three persons involved with the anti-Semitic weekly, "Aspects de la France," were convicted and fined by a Paris court last week for the publication of articles attacking former Premier Pierre Mendes-France as a Jew. They are Lionel Moreux, director of the publication; M. Bourtang, a writer; and Philippe Chancerelle. writing under the name of Philippe Luc. Moreux and Bourtang were fined the equivalent of $1,400 each, while Chancerelle was fined the equivalent of $140. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River 4 Silver Lake Horse Shoe. North Carolina Horseback Riding Private take Swimming Pool Capable Seasoned Staff Resident Physician and Noose Directors: HERBERT and BELLE SILVER 7534 Buccaneer Ave., Miami Beach Ph. 84-9121 Limited Enrollment PERSOIALIZIO SEIV "ART" "MAUKY" "HAT" C E COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and PetB Hi i u Phones 9-2244, 2-6652 140 S.W. 8th Street Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 94S MICHIGAN AVEHUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-3595 [>rst Citrus Shipment Since f 948 Wr Arrives in Halifax HALIFAX. VS. (JTA>-The first F'Pment of Israel citrus fruit since l nt VVar of Liberation in 1948 arE T ,hw c nl*an port last Ihl v %  a sionn y voyage across InT .1"^ Atlan,ic The shipment. intendfed for Canadian markets, tondst, of 6.500 cases of oranges. %  •* c*w r9 f grapefruit and 1,500 F aNC! > of lemons. Memory of Jewish Playwright Honored by Italian Parliament ROME (WNS) — Tribute to the memory of Amelia Rosselli. playwright and a leading figure in Italian Jewish life who died in Florence last week at the age of 85. was paid in the Italian Chamber of Deputies and Senate this week. I Mrs. Rosselli s sons. Carlo and Nelj lo, were murdered in France in 1937 on orders of Italian Fascist | leaders. KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS o We Remove Ankle Straps o We Make Sling Backs O Platforms Removed "Complete Line of Or. 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i&uA BID* Y, FEBRUARY 11, 1955 LEGAL NOTICE LnTICE BY PUBLICATION L THE C7RCUIT COURT OF THE L^VuFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Iffi IN AND FOR DADE fo?NTV IN CHANCERY No. 176002 r ,-i.uivK v KASKKVI.-II. ) MINh N Plaintiff. li.tvi "a I'ASKKVK'II. Defendant ,' UIIT FOR DIVORCE I M.\VI S. PASKEVICH "' !.|>Ki:sS KNKNOWN" ,Vr. 1...1notified thai a BJU team %  "'" '"' |l ^" 1 "' "* %  '"?" Ld against >'" %  "'"' v "" : '"' '•<-' ,,h '' ..,v,. a oops -I your Answei or UdlnV i" the l!l11 "' ""M'''"t on niiifH Attorney. I.AVIII-K%  %  ] N W 12th Ave., MIMIIII. I Ilk the priJnal ABjwer „ m the office of the < Ijrll Ji I'Uvuit Court on or before the ,,i H,\ of February, IMS. If you ,',„',l.. SO, Judgment bjf default Will against rou for tlrelief .., he Bill of Complaint. shall IM. IMlbllHb.'d wic i '.,...k for four consecutive -Weeks ;'' ', V n:\VISII FLORIDIAN 1,1 1 vr \M> ORDERED at .Miami. | i. jith day of January, i; IV I.KATIIKHMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. i..,,i. County, Florida |<> JUAN COITRNOYER, • i ,.u: i Seal) Deputy Clerk i-n-n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ilTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175942 ILFKBD i: MOBS, Plaintiff, KTHK.lt M UOS8, Defende.nl '" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vup, K8THBR M Moss, addreai I .,:. hereby requlieo to serve t I.I your Answer to a Hill "f f nl i'.r lilvor i Plaintiff* [,.. m UtRRT .I LBWIHON, 7'M n llldlng, -Miami. Florida, and _-MI.II anil the I.-I k ol the .i Comt. on or before the • ,.i February or %  default win i against you. %  .!• .,1 Miami. Horlda. this Mth try, ]'•.".... K. p LEATHSRMAN, I l. ik. i"Ircult Court It) KM. W STOCKING Deput) t'leik. I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i-: is in:iti:r.v aiVEN thai !. siring t<' engs I mdi r Ho flctltloui. name of riEH SERVICK STATION, \ \V 2nd A\ enue, Int. -mis to ,. %  ith the 'I.i k of I nt I url "f I >.i ili' %  •unity. I %  i VMI:S l: MACE—100* i. I:\VISI.N, B8Q. R Mai • NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IlKKEItY tUVEN thai I d< ring to engage in ft the fictitious name of Tl l: s M.K.S. at IS Stre. I. int. -mis P. %  %  %  ultli the Clei k of the I of 1 i.i. i %  .. i ti t v Florida. ll.\l.ol.l> SCHECHTER loVXKI! .^ \l .NNHRIMRR Sal ii.nul i nml Sales 3 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that in il, dealiing to ease i li i the fu tlilouii.mi. ol IAI_i.li s |IK \: I -V SALON, nt 131T.I l'i\ie IHKIIMHV, intends to register ith the Clerk of the i 'li %  i Hade Count). Florida. UAitt.n in UI.I:V. 0w M i ii-ia NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,, NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that d< ill inw to I the fu minus name ol I 1 K'K S. at |(/| Baal Mauler \ I'w.i Ida, Intend! to rearith the Clerk of the urn, County, Florida, i..., I'-ll HILVEBMAN. iHMi.lI •' KAN SKI! r Overman LEGAL NOTICE +Je*ishnafkflari PAGE 15 B 1*T SIDB ALL 'ROUND NEWYORK CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE 3-5069, YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE. OR TELETYPE N Y 1-3*01 e Teletype NY 1-3601 — e • o ( %  Comfortable Rooms' Sensible Rates TV Available t Air Conditioning Central locotions Fine Food __ Friendly Hospitatity Conventions. Garage \ (At ihe Shelton %  Enjoy the Free Pool and Monte Proser's •laVie-J NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343-B In Ri ESTATE i 'F UORRIH HICHTER, Peceaaed To All Creditors and All p.is.ms Having claims „i Demands An.mist .-.,|.| i tat V..u, ami each of you. are hereby notified ami required to present an'v clanns ami demand! uhf.h vou. or either of yotk may have asainat the .%  at. of .Moititis RICHTER, deceaaMI late ..f I lainCounty, Florida) lo the lion FRANK B. DOWLINO, Count) Judge of Dad County, and file the aaine In hi< office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within clRht ealendar m.intha from the date of the first puldleatlon hereof, Said claims or demands to oentajn the lejjal addi.ss of the claimant ami to he sworn to and presented at aforesaid, or same will lie hnrred. Date January 17, AH. SVIA'IA RICHTER, Aa Administratrix of the Batata of MoillU.s RICHTER. Deceased 1. H. HATERS Attorney f,.| A dmlniM I a r \ 1102-04 Conareaa Hld B .. Miami, Fla. 1/Z1-M — I/4-ll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the underalaried, deelrina to enfasje m business under the fletltloas name of Al.ill'.S NEWS, .1 1M4 Alton Road. Miami Peach, Intends to register said num.With tin Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Klorlda. ALFRED MART MORTON M. BEIdBL Attorney for Applicant Blscayne lilda. I n-u — 2/4-n LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 171831 KITH l.KVV, IMalntlff. \ s. Hl'llKHT l.E\V. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: HCHERT LEVY 34(1 BMt 52nd Street Aj.al tin.mt 1 D .\e\y York. New York Ton ere hereby notified that a P.in of i -...ii|.iaini for Divorce has been filed tiKale.st you, and yon are herehy iciiulred to nerve %  copy "f your Ati.i to the mil of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and flic the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the isth day of February, in.".:.; otherwise, the all. K i ll. uis of said Bill of Complaint will I... tak. n as confessed afalnal you, Date. i tins :\#ii day of January. 1>35, P P. I,l: ATIIKKMAN i'lark of '"ii-. nit Court By li li RICE. .IK is. .ill I leputy clerk (Si Hi) flEOROE 3. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1.21-2S — 2/4-jl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engaRi in b II inus undi r tht flelll U>uv I PPTi 'UN REALTY, Bl % % %  19 H H 9th St.. Inti 'nl i name with Hi,Clerk ..f the Clri lit Court ..f Hade Count). Fioi M.\i:\i.\ D. AI'PI.I: t t-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B In Re: E8TATE OF ISII'iiU Hl.iio.M. I .. us. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims oi Demands ARalm I Bald Estate You, and each of yon, are hereby notified and required t" present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have uualnst the estate of ISIIIIIK Hi. HUM. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the llo.\. FRANK H DOWLI.NO, County Judge of Dade County, and file the Hme In his. office In the C Courthouse in bade County, Florida, within ela-ht calendar months from the .i its of the .M -i publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to i.e sworn to and presented ..•• Bfori i same will he barred, s. lion I2ii of the 1931 Probate Act. Hate January 17, A.I). I BELLA BLOOM, As Administratrix of the Estate of ISIHolt III M, I i. as. d BERICK, SHAPIIto K PRIED Attorneys for Administratrix | 1/21-28 — 2/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 176060 JAMES II. Mi: IU'INNKSS, Plaintiff RALLY THERESA MC uriNNKss, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: SALLY TIIIKlBBA Mi' ill INNKSS 15 Alpine Street Koxl.ury, Massachusetts You are herein notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required n. 11 %  a cop) <>f roar Anawer fts Pleadlns to the Hill of Complaint on .' %  '"'i-'il'i'i'l'.'v" .-\!,';'"",?-' .'i" A !"'!';* ,l rl N THE COUNTY JUDOE-S COURT I .1 liMlii.N. I.M| ..... Lincoln Road. | N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. i Miami Beach Florida, and rile the FLORIDA, IN PROBATE, NO. 34392-B oriftlnal Anawer or PII-II.IIIIK m the j,, |,,. : KSTATEOF LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fHVBN tl -t the underslcned, dealrinx to encace under the fictitious name 1 r.EIIMK S MEN'S SHOP, at US N Mth Bl Miami, i-'ia Intendi to res ter said name with the Clerk Of • Circuit 1 "01 f I'ade 1 'oiini: I I'.KIi.NAKD C. tJRKENSTEIN 1 M-21-2S — 2/4 office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Court on or before the 2:11.1 day of j February, Itss, If vou fail to do s... JudRitunt by default will lataken against you for the relief demanded in th,. HIM of Complaint. This notice shall i.e published once each week for four Consecutive weeks In TDK JEWISH FIX>RIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED si Miami. Florida, this 23th daj ol January, A.n pi:,:,. E. P. LBATHERMAN, 1 'lei k, Clrcoll Court, Dade County, Florida. By R 11 RICB, JR.. (Circuit Court Seal) Depot) Clerk 1 :'s — t 4 -11 -1 -s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREHY lltVEN thai the uii'l.i s'u-ii.-.i. desiring i. encase In lu-iiiess uii'l.-i the fictitious name of UNITED GARMENT COMPANY, al 131 \ w. in-t co.ni. Miami, Intend to registi aid name with the Clerk of the Cli t Curt of Dade County. Florida MAKIIol.l' DC BROW KL'RT MENDEL ro-pti ti %  Kl'RT WELUW'H Attorne) for Applicants 1 4 14-17 Coiurreae HuiiiiiiiK 1/28 — 2 l-ll-lx NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that Mi. undersigned, desiring to engage In I. isiness under the fictitious name of is 1: IRBECCE, Bl (SO >pa Locka Blvd., 1 M.a Ix'.ka. intend to register ..I 1 name with the Clerk ..f the Clrart of Pad.County, Horida. CHARLES T BROWN t-Tiiri, M. BROW N HENRY NORTON Mtornej fn \.in ants 1041 Beyhold HldB. 2 111 I — NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176320 KMMAI.ITA ELIZABETH K*Ar •* SUM Tol T0 AT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 175778 FRANCES S.'HIKI MAN. Plaintiff, WILLIAM HILL BLACK, a/k/a WILLIAM 11 BLACK, HELEN KCTH BLACK, a'k HELEN li. BLACK CLARENCE (1RIMM ELEi Title en. INC S Floi Ids corporal OEOROE E BCNNBLL, INC., a Florida corporation; I. ISEPH II 11 MiKIS' iN, d h s GARRISON LCMBER COMPANY; \ri.\s I'l.oi .itlN'i;. INC., a Florida allocation, It, P. LB< N M'.". d ha It B l.i:i INARI' WIN! i\\ S I A scilAIKIt. MARION SCHAFER; DOCULAS I.i HIIER CO., %  < Fl corporation: FRANK M WATKIN; UWRY ELEt'TRir i > INC a Klorlda %  in PEACOCK LCMBER AND SIPI'I.V COMPANY, ., Florida corporation, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO I A SIIAKKtt. 3123 Lowell Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky MARION SHAFER, HIS Lowell \y. nue, Louisville, Kentui YOU Mil-: HKHBBI NOTIFIED that a complain) t.. foi .rtcnite has been filed ngalnsl >-ou In the sbovs cause and you are required to s, r\ < a COP) Ol your answer on RICHARD KRIIOtlKR I INK. Plaintiffs Attorney, ll-lilf Cpsigresa HulldiiiK. Miami. Florida, and file the orlKliml with the Clerk of the above Conn, on or before the L'-ith dav of February, If".5, otherwise ,i default w ijl be entered against you. DATED: this 28th day of January. i: II I.KATHK.It.MAN. Clerk of circuit Court I lade COunty, Klorlda Bl \VM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 1/2S — 2/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thst the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SHORE WOOD ACTS, at 300-324 South Shore Drive, Miami Reach, FlorIda, intend to register said name with the i h-rk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade '""'" V n ""'%vM I HKI.SKV ELSIE S. HKI.SKY AKON'.YIT/.. ARONOVITJS CA1DI.N Attorneys foi Sara J. Heisky and Elsie S lielsky 2/4-U-1S-2.'. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B IN RE: ESTATE OF ANNA FORMAN, also known as \N.V\ CHARTi >CK, AN Nil-: CHERTOK, ANNIE CH UtTOCK, ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA I'. iRRMAN and ASK \ II Alt Ti ii K. I >. eased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE Ol tDrTD DECEDENT: ending to tinBill of ComI You are hereb) notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said decedent has been admitted t. probate in sgid 'ouri You ars hei eby commanded within six calendar months from the date ..f the fiist publication of this noli..io..i|.|....u in said Court ami show cause, it any ) a n. why the action of ssJd Court In admitting s.i n win to probate should not stead .in:. okedFRANK B DOWLINO, County Judge By JENNIE L. HLANTON, Clerk II.1 BEAL) 1 .'I tl — 2/4-11 nlalnl on thy plaintiff's Attorney BEN ESSEN, Esq., pin Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida. and file th 'IgllUtl Answei oi Pleading In the ..ffi. %  • of the Clerk of the ClrcuM Court on or l„ to. .• the 4th dav of March. 1H..... If vou fail to do so. judgment bv default will i.e taken sgalnsl vou for the relief lied In Ihe Hill of Complaint DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami, Klorlda. this (nd dav of l-'-l.l u,i I v A I 19 i: l! LBATHERMAN, Cleric, cii.uii Court 1 l.ole fount v II I.I |-,v JOAN COI'RNOTER, icircuii i ouri s. all l .i-put\ Clerk BEN K8SEN Attoi in-v for Plaintiff ion Kevl old Bldg., Mlamli Florida 2 4-11 -Is -•_ %  -, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 176329 BERYL I" U' 'HLFARTH, Plaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i ~ OF ALBERT J Wl "HLFARTH, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ri nn'"4 'HI AS-" COP nrCOUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 176160 [i. ilt< iTIIV M WHITE, Plaintiff, i KAR1 i: i: WHITE, 1 lefcndanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; BARLE I: WHITE, \v. nue. Pas, ,, Ni w lei sey. Von aie hereb] notified that 0 Bill nplalm for Divorce ha been ni, ,i igi ini' you, ami >..u are required i ,,f """ ,,,. rl ,,,,!,,;. i th. Bill of Complaint ,,., the nlalntlf. attorne>s MYEPK. HFIMAN %  >KAPLAN, 650 SeyholJ Building, Miami. Florida", and Hie the original Answei ... Pleading In ihe nf the clerk of th. Circuit Court ,,n or before Ihe 7th day >•' Mar If vou fail lo .1.. so. judgment h] default will he taken aeainst ro.l for the relief demanded in the Bill of Coili|.la.i.l „-, This notice shall be published once rich week for four coll— 'itW. "' %  < III THE JBWDtH FI.ORIDIAN. In I\'K v V|. ORDERED at v Kl. I.Li.. this SCth day of January. A.D. 195.'.. i.KATIIKHMVN, Clerk, circuit Conn. If County. IT...;.la Pv M c. OBF.BN, .Circuit Cpuit Seal) |......tv_. lei < MYERS. HELM\N .< KAPLAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff • I... ii llulhllng. Miami. FIOI IdB 2/I-11 i IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29858-B RE: BflTATB OF SAM FRANK, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have filed in.v final report and petition : >Final Discharge as Anclllan Adm %  ntrdtor C.T.A. .-r the estate of HAM FRANK, .l.ceased; and Hint on the L'l day nf February, Is.'.".. I will an to the Iloiiorahle FRANK B, DOfl IN'i;. Count v JutlgS of I lad.I'lillli' Klorida, for approval ol i..I unal report and for final discharge as Aciliary Administrator I'.T.A of two Estate of s'AM FRANK, deceased. Tins Itth .lav of January. It l.A'A RENCE .1 FRANK, As Ancillary Administi at... %  T A of the i istate ol SAM FRANK, I '21-28 — 1/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522 BERTHA SKAI.KA. Plali V s. JACK SKAI.KA. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JACK SKAI.KA %  n Mrs. i> Blumenthal .'i 17 KdKley Ay. nue I llelclsl.le, I'eitnsv I V a III I Viic are hereto reojulred to s i copy of voui Answ.-r to :lil.lll f C plaint upon Plaintiffs attornami to file your Original Answer the Office of the clerk of this Co on oi before ihe Mth dav of February, [•St: otherwise, the Bill Of loliipl.li for Divot ce beretofoi • igalri you will be taken as ooafessi I b) Dated at Miami, Florida, thli dav of Januai i. It55. B i: LBATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court of l iade i 'ountj Hoi id i B) I. IAN %  iCRNi IYER, Deput) I and address of Iff %  Alton NORMAN H. LYONS 910-912 llympla Building, Mlai I 14-21-21 I PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK TODAY! INTEREST CREDITED QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS Of annual rate of NOTICE UNDER FICTITlOUg NAME LAW N..||.'K IS HEREHY tllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In huslness under the fictitious name of H* II TAVERN, at Ml N W. Bnd Avenue. Intends to register said name with the ci.-rk of the Clrcull Court of Dade Count) Klorlda II M \\ KISS (Sole Owner) ItY M. CAIN Attorney for Applir int IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 1*771 BE: KSTATK oK ISAAC R< ISRN1 VKTKV I > %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihei.h' I %  that I have fil.il aiv final ..port and petition for Final His. ha i e. i Hlor of the ISAAC ROSKN41ARTBN, det and th.if on the ,th dav of Mn.h V"• %  ".. L will nnplv !•• the BOB"KS"' VA BLANTOV. County Judge of DapV OUnty, H.-rlda for sonroval of said final report and for final dlsehafge as Kv -',>.''.'". ';'.,-v" of ISAAC ROSKNOARTEN, '• !(, d. ,.,. This aist day "January. 1*5. ill i itosKNCAHTKN AARON ..M I 11. i ends nl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT J \v < >HLr All ill Ii. Bos II .-oi.iesklil. New York You ai e hei ei.v nut If 11 .1 thai a BUI of i *ompla in. : %  Divorce ha % %  • '• fii.d sjpttnsl you and you %  •• %  n .,. ., ., opj "' .'oui tin • .v • r to the Mill of Complaint upon Ihe i 'I i Attorney, Irwln s Futerfas, Sulti !0I Terniln.il Building, Coral Cablet Dad Count}-: Florida, and file th< % %  in thi office of the Clei k • %  < the • on or before the Ttii day of March, thai w lie the complaint for DI. ,to T filed herein vv ,11 I e taken as eonft • ou. i iabli i 'ad. i i this 2nd dav of Kcl.ru.n v. 19 ., K. P. LEATHERM >N Clerk of th.. -iicuii Coui t Cv VVM W Sim KINil. P. put) Clerk 8/4-11 -IS2-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREB! 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! '1 PAGE 4 B L~i ftifk>rkftor FRIDAY. FEBRUARY H i^ u 2 ill U I V POMJTiCAL CIRTAM\S >* How Sen. Gillette Became Disillusioned By MAURICE M. KINCLER AJP Senator Guy M. Gillette's (D.Iowa) departure from the United States Senate is a great loss to 11 liberal forces. Gillette, who had left his seat in the Senate ome year-; back to become president "t the American Leagui Free Palestine ami who refusi d ?100.000 >"lisubsequently offerid him. will always be directly %  seriated with Israel's struggle for independence Two incident* connected with his activities may nu be told. Indeed, the) c.iii serve %  our political immaturity and should be heeded in the future. When the H port was ready in August, 1943 which. among others, was a recommendation to then President Harry Tru man made to ask Britain to admit 100.000 camp survivors into Palestine, the Senator had an advance copy of the report and. in >trict confidence, advised the board memberol iU One member, a leading revisionist, betrayed tl and gave the infon ress '!'. more gla %  • House w 28. All the board member-, and especial j -• Gillel (fully indii i • %  mouth lnde< I. il '• inl paired a pro .Uwi-h influence he might have lat< t*d. M three : s,n ;"" Gillett. -ntonan important • nment mission to the Near *,> to Syria his had I I '• Internationa con. : %  faire to the • him %  AT TUE MOVIES Hollywood Discovers its Audiences are Mature THE ENGLISH LEGEND OF HEINRICH HEINE. By Scl Liptiin. New York: Bloch Publishing Company. 178 pp. $3.CO. By HILARY MINDLIN "EACH AGE mirrors Itself not alone ir. itsymbolic contemporary res but also in its re-interpretation of the sij ago Each people revealitself not merely in itnun intellectual leadchosen or self-appointed, but also in iteva of the intellecliti of its ni ighbors, fri< nds and I %  extremi from the introduction to Dr. Liptz • book form th,raison d'etre for tinwork en the •J iverslal German, Far from merely re-evaluating Heine in latest terms urrapidl) era world, Dr. Liptz;:-. has very successfully managed to trace • ers of opinion which -. Heine. ral framework and thus i I explanatory niche. HEINRICH HEINE has been end* running the gamut from Carlyle's filth foel ol spoiled victuals" through the 1845 Foreign Qu entv's sanbi< seditious, profane, immoral • > the ristocrat of democracy." He has been loved and hated as not a humori-t but a political pamphleteer, as phleteer but a satirist. The list could go even longer He has bi and to various people. Goethe, Byron, Machiavelli at his Jacobin. anti-German. anti-Christian—and one could yet go Wittier and more devastating, he out-Shellied Shelley in h pousal of sensuality, the "rehabilitation of the flesh." vet thiwas the same man who destroyed the Romantic School and in whom Hellenism and Hebraism met in a sincere synthesis. AND OF course he was also a Jew. and of what has been 5 aid about this, one passage, from the 1876 Athenaeum. I must share with you because whether or not you read the book, you would want to remember ."l ev!i l h he was in his tenderness, and above all, in his hatred Jewish in his versatility and worldwide sympathy; Jewish in his realistic conception of the idea, in the fashion in which he conceived the passion of love; Jewish in his proud consciousness of human dignity in his nervous temperament, his incredible capacity for suffering, his wonderful endurance of sorrow: Jewish in the boldness and recklessness of his Sf' C wlT : h f,'"/" 16 in eVer embacing for an > le "g'h of „me a belief which excluded every spiritual element on nfT h f ind ed bee SUbjeCt ,0 man s several "Mb: Dr. LipUin ?£L "e few who recognizes that change in status means change in hTihoh T ,'" !*."£ f a he sees him as ,he English, grant.ng him the hospitality and stature which Germany denied him. have garbed ,h V" S !V£! •" bi 8 ra P h > is much more important than that It is the stop of Heine's afterlife, his immortality. Guy M. Gillette landed at lydda By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD-There are long lines in front of film houses again because Hollywood hadiscovered • udiences have grown up ,1! -covered that llolrown up. Daniel Mann, brilliant i. ,dwii> director now spemaking eeluH HollyMm< such Bi Twine^NWildriiin.i sire? [or Part%  .' The large screen and such pro-' nascope and VistaVision made audiences sit up. but • themes that made them lake n< lice Mann says, "A few stories like "The Roan i hCountry Girt" and lc, Little Sheba" (which would have been lered too adult for the 12i audience Hollywood once • \. w a rtorj must have Intelligence i DI integrity or it • • md a chance. nj Mann cites the adult. ifftheme "i "The Rose Tattoo." %  pie ol the grown-up entertainmenl that audiences demand lb 1 I" lieves that in thpasl i %  timated public tastes the kidtodaj desophisticated films," he taj "They're mart crowd and whistle and groan al corn Tjhe ironic part about the whole thing, he continues, is that, traditionally, adult-like pictures have the i Ties which captured Academy Award-, and Hollywood might have learned a lesson from tinIn this connection, Mann points out that many great ^1 stars won their only Oscars for adult performances. • • Henny Ynungman. the ins-htclub comedian, is set for a role i n pro ducer Jerry Wald's next for Columbia Pictures, "The Young and the BeauWIW." 'The deal was arranged w%ilc Younnm.m wa* plaT. ing in I.aVegas and V ild < a him there Robert Rossen, who wdge who arranged the event are president Lou Niss, sports editor of the Brooklyn Eagle; vice president Stan Saplin. of the New York Journal-American; vice president Haskell Cohen, publicist for the National Basketball Association; treasurer Jack Kramer; and secretary Milt Miller, syndicated soccer expert. The highly successful dinner brochure was prepared by co! chairman Dan Golomb and Mtf j Kase. Kase, sports editor for tee | Journal-American, was the firs* president and principal organizer of Sports Lodge. I Former Comic Writer Now Congressman By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA To supplement his meagre income ; -— %  MII he wrote quips for Fred AUen %  null til ?'"*, T,t,en t0 hel P WASHINGTON-A Jewish ConAllen, it is recalled, helped the Pr" rl a n8 ,he road l gressman who 15 years ago wrote na,i n '""gh its way out of the deTwo imnort*,,, ,.• L jokes for a radio comedian, is now s P air i* the early 30\ i .„ n,, .' mporlan t '"'"S^ happened %rzsxrr^*\ij~ w* <^ S asrraw^ %  %  > %  %  % % %  %  Wilhe Mays and Yogi Berra.



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FHH)AY. FEBRUARY 11. 1 955 -Jmlst fk>ridHain PAGE 5* RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry oknlica officiating. Cantor Mau.•n K'PU will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The choir will be under the direction of Lucille Moore. Judge Milton Friedman will be guest speaker and discuss: "B'nai B'rith and Service to the ("(immunity." Mrs. Martha Morgan, president of the North Dade Chapteri will be host at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morn. rvices are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Okolica preaching on the topic: "Lincoln's Birthday." DaTly services are at 7:30 a.m. and 7 P ni. UII • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening -ervices at 5:30 p.m. Late services re at 830 p.m., with Rabbi Jonah I apian officiating and preaching on the topic: "How a Gentile Looks ,i n Jew." Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning serving are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi i apian discussing the Weekly PorIjon. Mincha is at 5:30 a.m., with Rabbi C apian discussing the weekly Portion. Shalos Seudos follower Daily services are at 8 in the moimIIL' al 5:45 in the evening. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p m Saturday morning services 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating and discussing the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m and 5:50 p.m.. with Sunday morning services at 8. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8.30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. Guest speaker will be George Kohn, who will discuss: Midwinter Conference of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America." Cantor Joseph Malek I will rend< r the musical portions of I the liturgy, with the choir under '('ion of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Oxen-horn and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seidman will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday mornrvices ..re at 9 a.m., when Shapiro will discuss the Portion Daily morning -i rvici are at 9. • BFTH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening. a' 5:30 p m.. with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Satmorning sendees are at 8:30 a m when the Rabbi will discuss: Iit Onlv the Ten Commandments" At 4 p.m., he will preach .11 rhe Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p'.m followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services ":30 an. and 5:45 p.m (lass in Talmud is on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate and pn Mil on the topic: "Decalogue m the Atomic Age." Cantor Albert Glanti will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. %  Sam Aaron will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor "f their son. Eugene, who will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi Her-on will discuss: "The Faith That is Ours." • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTE ,R will-hold Friday evening serv' anit 5:45 p.m. Late services are %  '•' o P-M-. Rabbi Mayer A bra mo A 'te officiating. Guest speaker 1 U he Rabbi Harry Halpern. prcsi,lnt ef the Rabbinical Association I I America. His topic is scheduled as: "Essence of Conservative Jui usm." Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the "*ty. Saturday morning services •" %  e at 8:45 a.m., when Marshall. son of Mr. and Mrg c^orge JJ^J. 'uch. and Edward, son of Mr. and **• William Bookbinder, will be; eome Bar Mitzvah. IL L B ^54I' WT *\ $>-0M will hold Ffinlv* everting services at I 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish i discussmgl "Thjodor Herzl, Alfred Drdyfufc, 1 haste Mareouk and Shmuel Azzar." Saturday morning I services are at 1045 a.m. Victor, I son of Mr. and Mrs. Zachary F. Bailey, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portion of the liturgy. • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Harry Zakhem will be host. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Talmud class meets every day from 2 to 4 p.m. • i | TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will i hold Friday evening services at | 8:15 p.m. Public school teachers of Dade County, who have in their Charge students of Temple Israel | religious school, will be honored. | Rrfbbi Joseph Narot will preach on j the topic: "They Learn What They j Live." Couples Limited will be hosts at the reception following. T DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on the topic: "Freedoms Hall of Fame— Mosc, and Lincoln." Class in Talmud precedes the service at 8. Bible class will be at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudoes. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein will be hosts. Daily services are at 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. -a CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Boy Scout Week. Services are arranged by Herbert Rose, Scoutmaster of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Scout groups. Guest of honor will be Dave Chait. Scout Commissioner of Dade County. Rabbi Morris Skop will preach on the topic: "Fame, Popularity and Greatness." Saturday morning services are at 9:45 a.m., when Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rovin, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Hertzcl Fishman will officiate. Floral ofj fering will be by Mrs. Rebecca Kliasberg on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson. Michael Chase, who will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning serv; ices at 9 a.m. He is the MM of Mr. I and Mrs. William Chase and is an 1 eighth grade student at ShenanI dnah Junior High School. Rabbi Fishman will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily Services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. & ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday even in t: services at 5:30 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the topier "Bible Partnership." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Boy Scout Troop 332 will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following, with Scoutmaster Harry Lepow officiating. Services will be dedicated to Boy ScdW. Week. Saturday morning servhjes are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Kalavsky discussing the Weekly Portion. Junior services' are at 1&30 a.m. Max Parness will officiate. Mincha will be at j 3:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-, dos. Daily services are at 8 in the j morning and 15 minutes before j sundown. ."• • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Jiwirsky will officiate and preach on.the topic: "The Prophet ie the White House." Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Sanhedrin is at 4:15 p.m. Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the Zohar et 8:15 pan. Junior errics are In Academy Hall at 10 a.m. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins, will become Bar Mitzvah. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Simon April officiating and preaching on the topic: "What We Can Learn from Our Children." Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs Wally Steinberg, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening -ervices at 5:15 p.m. I.ate services are at 8:30 p.m.. with Rev. Leo Heim chanting the Candlelighting Time Shvat 19 — 5:33 p.m. musical portions of the liturgy. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, will be guest speaker and discuss: Brotherhood as Common Sense." Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Brown will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor of their son, Paul, who will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Junior services will be under the direction of Jeffry Strumpf and Sidney Shopiro. • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30 p.m. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, with the choir assisting. • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on the topic: "Was the World Influenced by the Ten Commandments?" Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos, with Leonard Yellin acting as host. Rabbi Ever will discuss the Weekly Portion following Maariv. Daily services are at 8 a.m. > WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Troop 308 of West Miami Jewish Center and Troop 328 oi West Miami will be honored on the occasion of Boy Scout Week. Scoutmasters David D. Dresner and Saul Kupferman will participate in the service. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Joseph Gorson will deliver the sermon. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with junior services scheduled for 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • •. • TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and preaching on the subject: "Quest for Spiritual Statesmanship." Daniel G. Ross, chairman of the national planning committee, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will be guest of honor. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehrman discussing the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the Mount Nebo ANNOUNCES Mih special service to Grttttr Miami Jewry — trillion! charge (or your mcrriid pleasure •ersanaliiea' Hatgadans far Passavtr briiiiti/ullv illustrated by Siegmund Font /aitb/itliv translated and personalized U'lth your family name printed on the cover RESERVE NOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO rui CtmtTltY Of DISTINCTION Phene MO 7-2011 liturgy. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gyeon, and Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Faye Pottlitzer, Avill become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 in the evening. • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: "Ethics of Judaism." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. A class in Talmud will precede the service at 8. Rabbi Levitan will preach on: "Just Judgments." Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. '; CONGREGATION BETH JACOB will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Akiva Chill officiating and discussing: "Freedom for What?" Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Kidders Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Friedman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Solomon P. Wohlgelernter will be guest preacher and discuss: "Voice in the Wilderness." He presently occupies the pulpits of Congrega-' tions Kneseth Israel and Adath Israel in San Francisco, Cal., and in 1946-47 served with the rank of Major in UNRA as representative of the United States in Europe, Algeria and Morocco. Junior sen ices are at 9:30 a.m. Class in Tal mud will be at 4:45 p.m., conducted by Rabbi Chill. Mishna is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. 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I PAGE 16 B Chanin Addresses Workmen's Circle General secretary oi the WorkCircle, Nathan Chan la. spoke at th. W rknei • Circle i ycaaav 25 w tshingtoa vn on Sanda] Bis aahject was • Three Hunn oi Jewish Life in \ nd the ( '• the Jewish Labor M meat" nin h.i-<-• n iwk r 18 yi position oi tional departn-.-. I he beaded I network •irn'-: Circle S I S ad Car Televiewing Vistas Wide at Channel 23 New vistas i expai SI %  and it necc ssan Garroway ttartinj I 1 -%  11:1 R 3 : I %  s %  IS -\ %  %  -setting M I i. Jack 1 ; .%  section for books of educational and general character and edited two momhfo Chanin is H Miami Beech o oe Home for hiemaiionel Jaycees Philip Vaa Slyek. secretary sen| the Junior Chamber Miami < this week that the mber Inter• and Flor the inter f six S %  %  N • en mem: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Sweetheart Dance' Due at Beth David Sweetheart Dance" jointly sponchairmen are Harry 3 „., -,'.,! by Sholem Lodge. B'nai i and IJthel Spatzer B nth. and Emma Lazarus Chapter will be hrld Monday evening. Feb. 14. al Beth David Synagogue. A Friedman will be master <>f ceremonies Dance cos^, Assisting will be Stanley rj Bernard Liberman. -U.-^pj, Ben Baaea, Betty Robbiw MS Greene. Mildred SchamBaT Rose Pesacov. ^ Maffean Cfaaai %  %  e in for J< %  taw The :ecture w Circle of • pro%  celebrai Rabbi. Cantor in Program tor A :h at a aaeet Tuev daj ev.--r.ing. Feb 15. at Kneseth The pr -elude Utu Jewish Folk S Songs Rabbi Caplan will discuss th. ground of the %  LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPELS Recoanlaed for Leadership almoel 75 years America's kittt leaaf ifaf funtrml Htmt-Omly Jtwith Chmptl in Htrth Eat 1850 ALTON ROAD JE 1-5844 1250 • 79th STIEH UN 5-2222 In Reminder to Our Many friends ami Doctors on Our Mew Numbers Home of the Beautiful Blue Fleet Ambulances 24-MOUff SltVICI COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE PARKING ON ITS PREMISES J. C. EWING, Funeral Directar IN PHILADELPHIA • 1512 NOtTH MOAD STSIET M IAMI TITLC & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURJ With the a pp ro ac h of Praajuitu the Salada Tec Coaapany haa be spec:;:: Di a k aif Lews : ovous caaabfahoo Shown above n tpiritual laadM c: Congreq [aide Rabbi : ; %  aha in Ibe Salada Tea pJam st BaeJc Man U .-----; a:; :edurea had bee rwazdSakada Te-;s :r :.jloshe: :;: P-sscve: 2nd %  eai around Tittt lauriMt Palkies • (wm City Title kuwwct Co. taptlml, Surplus X %  ff$**/Vf 1 t>ctt4 S3MOJM 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 94 tS LONG-DtSTASCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UP'S Tarfc. Htm Jtrstf ALLAPATTAH BRANCH JUOO N.W. 36th Street MAI 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES ML UOaMAN & SONS •55 COLLINS AVE. TAMIAMJ BRAN:1901 S-W. Eighth Street G*utfs SW/J&K tfSseeifibt >. (time L JOSEPh v LIPTON, Presid< EDISON CENTER BRANOt 5797 N.W. Serenw, A.**,. 3PJa and 8 P.MaXOL'ST BROS R> I (AM I 1 BUSINESS HOURS: AH offica* are open • AJA. to *takr*o^ 9 A.M, *o 12 nooe Saturdays DADE c E0ERAL SAVINGS *, ^. t pa^Tai ffic '* > n ^^oy* froaa 9 AJA. to ***-* -n* L^ %  ,• Cac.^-.^ J t ^ $1tJ •**•** Fe**rel J^ pw mnuau Oata fMr account now I .ou.c t xco M1U10N 0OUAl$ M$itvK ixcHD 4 M(UIOH oouA „



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iv FEBR0ABY 11. 1955 adhar Names Palm fthrim L. Sachar, president ndci^ I'niversity, was a reue st ; ,t the Whitehall hotel, Beach, for a brief vacation, visited in the area before. i well known historian, eduind lecturer was entertained Ember of social affairs dur. palm Beach stay. Lchar revealed that he had Beach Man' named Samuel Ki.. Beach and New York, president of Howard Clothes, together with Dore Senary, of Hollywood. Calif.. and Judge Simon Rifkind, of New York, as Fellows of Brandcis University, to serve in an advisory capacity to the Brandeis board of trustees. %  *AGE 13 B I A 10SS rh A 1955 Chevrolet, grand prize of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center car project, will be presented at the Center's annual invitational ball on Saturday, Feb. 19, it was announced by Sidney Palmer, fund raising chairman. Stuart Winston is chairman of the ball. Sfhsttw^> e ,,r e Dr. Sarah Goodman, dentist from New Y o r, k. City and Saratoga Springs, who is wintering in Miami Beach, sang a repertoire of Hebrew and Jewish .songs m .the Miami Beach Community Center Monday night. Dr. Goodman was accompanied by Marvin Maher, pianist and voice teacher. Group Hears Mrs. Liebman Mrs. Malvina Liebman, director of elementary education for the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, was guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Private Schools Association of Dade County held in the Lear School Auditorium Friday evening. %  -:"' Si~^. %  '" % %  ': %  : %  h": .^•••fc*"^ i ;**R&1 *'4 ^%*>£' 0ft r* %  %  ? %  *• In Greater Miami... YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES 55 CAUSES through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL This house is not for sale — and never will be! Inside it is only one fair-sized room, with a curtained-off corner for a kitchen, and a tiny bathroom. The furniture is sparse, the comforts few. It's small and simple, but it's home for these newcomers in Israel... the first in a long, long time. Thousands of little white houses like this now" dot the country* side — put there with funds supplied by you through the United Jewish Appeal. In the months ahead, Israel plans to build 10,000 new, permanent homes for at least 40,000 men, women and chiW dren who have been living — some for two and three years in substandard huts and shacks. To make this plan a reality — to bring into being the vision of real homes for Israel's newcomers — the United Jewish Appeal is calling on you for the help only you can provide. Won't you answer that call, with a generous gift to your community drive? Write that cheek now—today! UNITED JEWISH APPEU 'on behalf of: United Ir*el Appeal • JoiMDlstrHnition" Committee'* "United Service for f*cw Amvrkiiu*



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>AY, FEBRUARY 11,19S5 '•*v + JewiHtfk)rHtor) PAGE 5 A imes Roosevelt Address CJA ivision Feb. 20 femes Roosevelt, Democratic [pressman from California, will jRiie.M of honor and principal laker at a brunch held in behalf (the Combined Jewish Appeal Lyers and Accountants Division (•Sunday morning, Feb. 20. ke special event will be held $850,000 Reported A new Combined Jewish Appeal total exceeding $850,000 was announced by some 300 enthusiastic At CJA Function division leaders and volunteers at a gala birthday party Tuesday night honoring campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman. The campaign now stands 20 per cent ahead of last year, according to campaign officials, and there is every possibility that the goal of $1,350,000 may be attained before the 90-day period originally set by the CJA campaign cabinet. €k To help commemorate Tu B'Shvat, the nursery-kindergarten of Coral Gables Jewish Center, sponsored by the sisterhood, plants a tree on the playground. Shown left to right are Mrs. E. Herman Fisher, supervisor; Sam Schulefand, member of the Center board; Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader; and Mrs. "Sol Cohen, school secretary. m & r %  B Jamtl Koosevelf the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daner, 303 East San Marino dr., f Marino Island. Announcement of Roosevelt's ac|ptance to appear' in behalf of IA was made early this week by y n chairman Sam J. Heii hainnen Harry Zukernick I Leon Epstein, of the Lawyers i\ i-ion. and Joseph A. Post, of the bcountants Miami Division, have pounced that invitations to the uisual program are going out this kek. IA di-tinguished committee of i"l:iu attorneys and accountants II son.with Zukernick, Epstein Post to assist with arrangefents. [Roosevelt is the oldest son of the fend President of the United lates. As administrative assistant Franklin Roosevelt, he coordin|ed the activities of 18 executive tencies during the 30s. Included this group were the Federal lousing Administration, the Interlate Commerce Commission and Be Federal Power Commission. Of Inperiod in his career. Time lagazine wrote that he "had provi himself indispensible to the ilest politician in the U.S., and in |o doing had, at the age of thirty, ilready lived one of the most re-1 narkable careers in U.S. public Ife '• His election in 1953 to the Con(ress from California's 228th Disrict, Los Angeles, was testimony Roosevelt'i labors in the politiI vineyards. Roosevelt came to California in 1939 and after a year fstahlished his permanent residence there. Id served as Democratic state lhairman from 1948 to 1948, and pnder his guidance the state committee was rallied for the first mie to give significant aid to Democratic office-holders and candidates in their local contests. iosen Unveiling The dedication of a monument to |hc memory of the late Harry H. !" sen, formerly of 1545 Lenox ave., ^Iiami Beach, and Poughkeepsie, • V., will take place Sunday, Feb. 13 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, *ith Rabbi S. T. Machtei officiates. Mr. Rosen is survived by his ,fe Gussie H.; hi* mother, Ida Kown; one brother. Irvine; and *o sisters, Mrs. Julia Bolt of J"ughkeeptie. NY., and Mrs. Ethel I^Bellis, of San Bernadino. Cal. ^rraafemenu are in charge of 'ourmond Monument Cosnpany. net* and relatives ere asked to Mtend. ISRAEL BOND LEADERS HONOR MAYOR AT MUSICALE Shown are Mrs. Monte Selig, Bond chairman for Miami Women's Division; Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the Israel Bond Organization; Mrs. Sarah Czech, Trustee of Israel; and Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. Aronovitz received a Holy City Bible at a recent musicale, which was sent as a token of good will by Mayor of Jerusalem Itzhak Kariv. Trustees of Israel are purchasers of a minimum of 510,000 in bonds. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... jost a* qakk bat tastes e superior l This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water... and instantly the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, YOOI Economical Instant Maxw.II House saves you op se 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. THE ONLY INSTANT COFFiE WITH THAT QOVDTO-THll.AST.DROP FLAV



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"AGE EA >Je**s£I&*B& = FRIDAY. FEBBUAnv, Miss Bruckner Weds i Id MilNtein i Jan I K %  Nea %  Matmi l.ieaov .>ni Beach mi nan Ban lea %  *• %  %  • %  %  %  i i exic: M. and Mn, Mcr jre:.r..: nnat if •arms Dolum Lc mm o ::m rH>: %  BBK %  -;. %  < k m Lunehe H< n< ITS K • I Tv I Sciino. \ memi*-tare Writer ant BZB I % > Jane Wedding Bells Miss Markowiti June Naffer Rr.-r %  late parViami JJ, ..rmated niagna re he Morganstein. RoKtl I,, Live in Gablei Mr and MrKichard S Rosen, who Kabbi Irvins Lehman lied %  • ram* Dorothy n daughter of Mr and M-. Joseph Morgan-tein. Wynne.given in marnagt hj bi-r '• attendantwere Jeanne nta. maid of honor. Mr Mar M rfaaV and MrArnold Rosen. Miami Mr Roaen s hart man arm hi*, fa iher H' :the son o< Mr and Mrs. v,a*m 302& Brfckell ave I afcen ere Martin Rosen and brother^ of the ad Michael Tobin couple will be at home at i oral Gables. •-. tr*—it Millrferr %  %  I. rousn o tagnxm. tan •arn I. Una i Stein, Farber Troth Revealed Mrs Ben Joel Stem of Jatfc \ llle aad Lotus A Stein of a —a w a rr the engagement of L, d aug hte r. Dons Eteioe Stea,| Robert Joel Farber Mr Farber is the -on of Mr i Mrs. George Farber. Lakeland. | Mus Stein attended the li I saty of Alabama. where she I member of Sigma Delta T so rant > Mr. Farber attended the li saty of Maryland, a here he aa] member of 2eta Beu Tan nity Both he and h.-'fianceei graduate from the I'niveratjl Florida ia June •Irs.' t -nm Mm'kwiti an %  noitevmiioi n r*ain dnian nce< %  • V. am b tun • ,nda gradaSchwartzman Hosts Member 'I. -MITT nHadasar will sonn-so; mpninrr-nii if; 10-n | at. Cmeg anabba aa Sarurcur \ n. amMMaa wil tx Mraliiiaaj Schwartzman 62f Alioi af Mrs %  hat Weib wil. rernun' hspxrif-. once? on : revisit i( I I-oiUfc Bmwn. -star ol open, wil. -electionn! vines arrompc sued by Mrs Margaret Yomeu at n tkkmr4 5. ie Shuta Fast Weds Bernard Dickson he bndegroom ha eln Shula Rhod* Fi far htr uedding Jan 30 to Bernard Jack Dickson Mai Shapiro ><>lemnued the ceremon> in Beth David <. >ngrega I •rr of Mrs Baal 5th ae Hia ieah Mr I I \\\ M .incle. Jack Dietch .\e her in •ended by matron of htm or. Nathan Straus and Letatia Fast and Mr> Sidney bridegroom's sister in%  aa Mi brother's S I rman Fa-t, t i f. rm i.rrni. % bser\x AfTfair %  healifanut' aa v..-. n, —j M *• %  ^-.i-an, Mr .r.o,^ Si RP, Motwmih. M am nmai a the Srir 1 M ii '"''-, ieai Jhn WoHc orm ^r>-e. „, <*^^ MM Barter Sreaaaa* SkinhardtN Hevcal 1 Shirley's BetroHnl Mr aad Mrs JulioSte T815 Fowler t. Miami Bearkl jaaaaare the laiW"' ^ daughter Starlev M Robert* Kteav aoa of Mr ar.d ar> %  am Kaaaa. Brook!.' %  H ^ TV hnde-elert trutMtti Miami Beach High Scbool tended the I <* Mr Kataa graduited f" WaaaafieM Srhoo: Muni r aadalso attended the I'nif A Jane weddmg if ***** aed KimkTs Back HoAfter Year AlmiwH Mr aad Mrs Fley m and family have retoraeJ^r ^atearahraiy waded Eaglaae F* al.*--fjj mat •*•"•** 1 taraei The I-*"} former Mama, residents. m Kntertains 70 Mam Bamene ^^TT, —* — mm %  *• *l.i —fii*" a* J



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UDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1955 -Jewlsii Hcrkftor PAGE 7 B toy Scouts Mark |5th Anniversary iTffeafr many varied activities. ire fRr Mi.imi s and the nations hiWUOO Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, kplorers and adult leaders are obcrving the 45th anniversary of .,„. Huv Stouts of America during b„v Scout Week, Feb. 6 to 12, with s theme Building for a Better omorrow Boy Scout Week is the largest Innuiil single observance by young Itizeos. Since Scouting's incorporItioD in Washington, D.C., on Feb. I, 1910. more than 22,750,000 boys [ml leaders have been enrolled. The 95.000 units in all parts of he nation, its territories and overjoabases, will dramatize through jefnoutrations, exhibits, window Ifepiays and "pot luck" dinners Iith parents participating, the pur[ose of Scouting and the rich heri• has in this country. Boy Scout Week completes the Rational Conservation Good Turn lie Scouts have undertaken at the Equest of President Eisenhower, Jonorary president. Members will leper! to their sponsoring institutionand public officials their aclomplishments in arousing "public %  (•cognition of the need for adeluate protection and wise managcnent of our soil, water, mineral, riorest grassland and wildlife reli'tlli' -." THE TERCENTENARY STORY topyriiht. 1M4. by Amtlcin Jewish Press 18. Jews Settle in Mid-West Text "by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions by MAURICE del BOURGO ir&IOH'T TAKg LONS FOR THE JEWS HMO strrteD Chausson Poeme to be Played by Violinist Rabin With UM Orchestra Folk Music Feature )f Festival Here Israeli and Yiddish iolk music nil featured by two performing p ups representing the GreatIr Miami .Jewish Community Cen|cr ts annual Jewish Music Fes|ival. I was announced by Cantor harm.I Kelemer. program coordinator rhese groups are the FlaglerJrar., la Jewish Community Cen|er <'.'. irus, conducted by Mrs. Paul )Y.,I. and the Folk Dance Group led I; Mortis L'rovsky. Th> concert, which will be prekenti at the Miami Beach High tcho auditorium on Wednesday light March 2nd, will also include larii synagofua choirs and InI instrumentalists, to be ani i later. A full program of | ii i-K. past and present, is ged for the evening rhicl Aiii also serve as a special Iniu. in the American Jewish ferci Ii nary, Mi n ber> of the Flagler-Granada 1 are (he Mesdames Joseph Raymond Levine, Joseph i dward Moore. Ray Berni< l.ipin and Nat Weiss, [Lawyers Pass State |Bar Examinations LAHASSEE — The state i bar examiners announced the n<,mes of persons who passed Ithe recent examinations here for [admission to the Florida bar. They included: MIAMI Harry P. Davison, Murray Dan Shear, Frederick Ro'"''"' Scher, Burton Phillips, Alfred %  Stanley W. Cheff, Herl: --el. Robert Oscar Kaplan. Laurence F. Austin. Joseph H. Kaplan, Donald R. Nettlow, Rich%  -I'lnian. Sidney M. Wc;iur. rombersj and Morris Cohen I GABLES—Louis Winter. Han in siegel and Merle Litman. MIAMI BKACH — Sanford L. ick, Irvin Stanley Levint, Joseph (Jrundwerg, Alan RoAV '" r,,( r Jacob A. Bernstein, Miller, Seymour Schwartz. Morris Raj Frietasa, Erwin Lane, Man ;n D. i'liskin. Sheldon J. Sen1 and Henry Herman. "Poeme for Violin and Orchestra." by Ernest Chausson, will be th,njain work performed by 18yeaT-ora violin virtuoso Michael Rabin with the University of Miami Symphony .Orchestra -on Sunday and Monday evenings, Feb. 13 and 14, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Dean John Bitter will be on the podium. He will also lead the orchestra in readings of Overture to "Lc Roi d'Ys," by Eduard Lalo; Andante Cantabile for Strings, by Arnold Volpe; La Mer, symphonic tone poem, by Claude Debussy; and La Procession Nocturne, by Henri Rabaud. The Andante Cantabile, by the late Dr. Volpe. founder of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will be played in honor of the American Jewish Tercentenary. In addition to his performance of the Chausson Poeme, Rabin will play the Introduction and Rondo C'apriccioso, by Camille SaintSaens. George Szell, conductor of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, said about Michael Rabin: "He is the greatest violin talent that has come to my attention during the past two or three decades.'* Szell | engaged the youthful virtuoso for a i pair of oncerts on April 5 and 7.1 1951. in Cleveland, and reengaged him for 1953. To have playod with such leading orchestras in this country ai the Boston. New York Philhar monic. Detroit. Dallas. Los Angeles, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland. Baltimore and Denver, and to have appeared on the Telephone Hour more than a dozen times, would be a credit to a violinist many times his age. Rabin had an experience recentTsion Girls Name Members to Group Tsion B*nai B'rit'ii cr;.-. met Friday at the home of Myke Stiebel, 2150 SW 21st ter., Miami. Elected members were Barbara Andrews, Barbara Hacker, Harriet Lasko. Diane Lapin, Jacki Rosenthai and Betsy Sokolof, of Kinloch Park. Also named were Lynn Freeman, Barbara Rabinowitz, Sandy Rice, Mona Rosenson and Edie Sommerfield, of Miami High School. Committee in charge of arrangements included Carol Warshaw, chairman, Blossom Futernick, Liz Halpern. Rita Kirschner and Sheila Waldbaum. Comic skits were presented by Selma Aron. & PESACH /^RCV SAILING 18th Michael Sobin ly that he believes is unique. He played the Paganini Concerto 31 times in one week. This wac during an engagement with the New York Philharmonic Symphony, when it played four and five shows a day at New York's Roxy Theatre. Altogether, he has played with the orchestra 55 times. Mindlin to Review Louis Zara Novel "Blessed is the Land," a novel byLouis Zara, will be reviewed at the Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th st. and Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, on Monday evening, Feb. 14. The function is sponsored by the Miami Beach Recreation Department and Miami Beach Public Library. 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Former Senator Disillusioned liewiislbJEIIiOJciidliigun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1955 SECTION B News of Week In Review tVILL ADDRESS TEMPLE ISRAEL CONSECRATION PROGRAM Smathers Slated to Speak Here l nited States Senator George Imathers will be principal speaker ground consecration ceremonies |f Temple Israel in honor of its liiildJns program on Sunday mornb. 20. at the Temple. The new addition will include a 3 class room religious school fuilding to be named in honor; of He late Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman, chapel named in honor of Rabbi Emeritus Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and fn auditorium for religious school and congregational activities. Participating in the program will be Mayor of Miami and Temple member Abe Aronovitz, president William D. Singer, Dr Joseph R.JVarot, Sam Resnick, Dan B. Ruskin. Cantor Jacob Bomstein and children of the religious school. The day's festivities will begin with a breakfast in honor of Sen. Smathers followed by an assembly and program for religious school children. ttorneys Named to Chair ,awyers Division Campaign Two prominent Miami Beach attorneys, long active in local civic iffairs, have been named co-ehairjncn of the Lawyers Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Campaign chairman Sam J. Heinan has announced that Harry Eukernick will direct the divisfon tin Miami Beach and Leon Epstein rill be chairman in Miami. Zukernick is past president and lirector of the Miami Beach Civic I.e. gue and was a founder and president of the YM and WHA in Mi8i;ii Beach for several years He to Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Chamber of Com|m rce and the Bar Association of Miami Beach and Dade County. He laserved M director of District 9 : Hare Board of Dade County and kl-u belongs to the Elks and the |ionis1 Organizations. Zukernick is a past president and i >i Miami Beach B'nai B'rith inlge He is an active member of tie Brandela Associates and is aftlia'ed with the National ConferItice (it Christians and Jews. He is I member of the Miami Beach planI inmittee and has served for bme years on the board a "d adequate income will be pecially do many retired people delved into: for example, in a rechose our state as their home. In cent survey, it was shown that alf.ict, 15 percent of the total popu! most half, 47 2 percent of men and lation of Florida are persons 65 81 percent of women aged 65 and years of age and over, and indicaover, have what is termed nontions are that this number will inearned income (Social Security, recrease, tirement benefits, etc.); the averOlder people like to come to a e nonearned income for older Florida to live when they qualify men was onl > SI.008. and for older under the various retirement pro | women it was only $536. grams in their home states. We are Housing is one of the pressing grateful that they can take advanproblems of our elder citizens. Of tage of such programs and that the 65 and-over group. 69 percent many of them who reach retirelive in households maintained by Sen. George Smothers North Shore Women Plan Open House Twenty members of North Shore Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will open their homes to members and their guests for luncheon and cards at noon on Monday, Feb. 14. The Valentine's Day event is designed to celebrate the symbolic birthdays of the bombed-out and once homeless children of Israel, by raising funds needed to finish and furnish the new B'nai B'rith sponsored Children's Home in Israel, now nearing completion. Mrs. David Hendel will accept pre school children, ages three to five, for the morning of Feb. 14. Chairman is Mrs. Benjamin Shinkman. Ways and Means chairman is Mrs. Lawrence Weston. President of the Chapter is Mrs. George Baltuch. Four Named To UM Board Election of four new members to the board of trustees of the University of Miami and three administrative appointments were announced Monday by President Jay F. W. Pearson. Named trustees were J. N. McArthur, Max Orovitz, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and George Wheeler. All but Wheeler, who is the UM alumni representative were members of the school's citizen's board when it was organized in the fall of 1946. Thomas R. Reese, director of the school's development department since May 1, 1954, was named vice president and treasurer; Sidney B. Maynard, treasurer since 1942, was named assistant to the president and placed in charge of Latin American projects; and Eugene E. Cohen, controller since 1953, was given the added responsibility of business manager. McArthur has served as president of the UM citizen's board for the past two years and Meyer as vice president. McArthur is president of McArthur Dairies and a past president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce. Meyer is president of the Miami Beach Savings and Loan Association and chairman of the board of the Industrial National Bank. Orovitz is president of Alfred Destin Co.,' secretary of Maule Industries, and president of Mount Sinai Hospital. Wheeler is president of the UM Alumni Association and head of Colonial Transfer Co. ment age move to Florida. However, many of them would like to and need to supplement their retirement income through employment, and one of our pressing problems is to keep productive our able, experienced elder citizens —after they reach 65. The problem is particularly significant in our own state, but it is also one facing the entire nation, themselves. 26 percent live in households of other persons, and 6 percent live in institutions, hotels, or large rooming houses. Even if the home is owned, homeowners find them hard to keep in repair because of physical or financial reasons. Private enterprise is reluctant to grant building loans to older people, even when reasonable security is offered; FHA fifor, while our population has dounancing has been limited to Individbled since 1900, the number of uals less than 65 years of age, thus older people has quadrupled. In the i making it impossible for older peopast 13 years alone, the number of pie to build retirement homes for persons age 75 years and over has | themselves. increased almost 50 per cent, and Health insurance and medical almost 4 million arc now in this facilities should be extended and age .group. Life expectancy of those increased, for chronic illness is in their later years is also increas-; five times more prevalent at age 65 ing; at the present time the averand over than in any other age age expectancy for men at 65 is \ group. Inability to maintain health 12 M more years; and for women, insurance causes many old people 14'/; more years. .to neglect chronic illness; some The v new Social Security law has obtain medical care only by sacnbrought some relief to this age | ficing other essentials to healthful group, but this is not enough. I, living; others depend upon their have therefore joined in placing be-1 families. Some of the services fore the Senate a proposal to set up needed to promote the health of a United States Commission on the Aging and Aged, to make scientific studies of the problem in order that proper legislation may be drafted seeking the solution. The purpose of this Commission is to study the various problems with which aged people are confronted, and with which the communities in which they live are also confronted. One important our elder citizens include bedside nursing, home care medical programs for convalescents, clinics for adults who are well, and special employment programs for disabled and frail old people wishing to work. I feel that the nation has an obligation to many of these elder citizens, and that we should do everything in our power to retain them aspect will be that of employment' in happy and useful circumstances, and employability, with t h e I as well as to add to their comfort thought of encouraging such speand dignity. Emanu-El Plans Fund Raising Affair March 5 Harry Zukernick (left) and Leon Epstein diaevna the campaign they Will lead as co-chairmen of the 1955 CIA Lawyer* division. Leaders of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood this week announced | that their March 5 Purim play and ball will be held in the grand ball room of the Fontainebleau hotel. The Purim play, a musical, is Lthe Sisterhoods large-scale fund event of the year, replacing previous years' concerts. Sponsors' committee is headed by MTs. Samuel Friedland. Co-chairini-ii are Mrs. Max Bauer and Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter. Mrs. George Goldberg is chairman of 1 the arrangements committee, with co-chairmen Mrs. Simon E. Rubin and Mrs-Louis Pollack. Ticket chairman is Mrs. L. E. Lubin. Her committee members are the Mesdames Allen Goldberg, Herman R. Mechlowitz, Harry G. Rogers, Herbert Gutman, Frieda Newman, Lillian Goodman, Sam Ginsberg and Samuel Rogow. In charge of the souvenir program book are co-chairmen Mrs. Rae Rubenstein and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. with assistant chairman Mrs. Harry Brick. A new "Teen Age Page"' has cochairmen Mrs. Sam Wie-.cn and Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe. Co-chairmen for "Jewels and Cradle Roll" arc Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, Mrs. A. A. Rothstein and Mrs. Morris Medof. Compiled and directed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman! the musical play lists on its steering committee the Mesdames Jules P. Channing, chairman. Raymond E. Feiner and Jacob A. Glassman, co-chairmen; Leonard Strauss, props; Samuel Lurie, settings; Benjamin B. Wolff and dore F. Arvan, music; Murry Koretzky and Henry H. Hillman, choreography; and Joseph Kanter, telephone chairman. Mrs. Somue,' FriedlonJ President of the Sisterhood is Mrs. Irving Cypen. Proceeds from the event support the school.



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V Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ELUME 29—Number 6 [RETARY OF STATE DULLES SUG6ESTS HIGH LEVEL TALKS MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS 'nee -Criminal Ntffci Abs Welcomed in Washington JTA [rASHINGTON — A nun called "Hitler's master incial despoiler of Nazi-invaded countries" arid in Washington on February 10 as head of a \[ German delegation seeking restoration to Ger>f $500,000,000 in enemy assets confiscated by tnitcd States during World War II. He is Heriii .1. Abs. member of the clique of Nazi financiers th "Aryanized" Jewish holdings. \hr IS. War Department in March, 1945, listed among those leading German financiers who an outstanding way thrived under National Soli-m. welcomed it in the beginning, aided the \is to obtain power, supported them in office, red the spoils of expropriations and conquest, or rrwise markedly benefited in their careers or [tines under the Nazis." ic Washington talks involving Abs, were recomrcded by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles authorized by a joint communique issued by sident Eisenhower and Chancellor Adenauer on October 28, 1954. Abs will be assisted by. representatives of the interested Bonn ministries. Walworth Barbour, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, will represent the United States. Abs' main mission here is an attempt to get legislation through Congress to return assets held by the United States to ex-Nazi industrialists. Such a bill was shelved last year. It was introduced by three Republican Senators and known as the Dirksen-JennerButler Bill. Pressure is being brought on Congress to return properties which would actually give a windfall to men who attempted to destroy the United States. After World War II, the United States decided to hold enemy assets to pay claims of those who suffered at the hands of the Nazis. Meanwhile, Congress appropriated over $3,000,000,000 to rebuild and aid Germany. The United States has an obligation to Allies who Continued on Pago 2 A Israel* Ask Big Three For Guarantee in Case Of Attack by Arabs [yers Will Receive Christians, |Jews Regional Award at NCCJ Brotherhood Dinner February 22 n.l and local community |cr Stanley C, Myers will have more laurel added to his almprcssive list of civic and jun.l achievements when he will li n ented on Feb. 22 with a I' ;iward for his outstanding utions to the cause of brothn if the regional board National Conference of %  nand Jews, James M. Le•" Wednesday told The Jewll idian that Myers has been len by the NCCJ awards cornIce, sponsors of the citation, on basis (if "his understanding and Dtmn to the ideal of good huiv I at ions as advocated by the i n nee and as exemplified by lown personal conduct." extent to which Myers has M to make this ideal a reality, into consideration what he Idone in the field of human reMis and how he has worked to IK about better understanding I better relations among individi and among racial and religious lips.' the NCCJ official explainf these are criteria the committook into consideration in sing Myers." ccording to the awards chairt. Myers is also being cited for [effectiveness as a representa"of the group to which he beV his general standing in the Jmunity and for "the unselfish outstanding service" he has B"'d dinner here on Tuesday ing, Feb. 22, at the Fontainel" hotel. prs is a Miami attorney. He national president for five of the Conference of Jewish erations and Welfare Funds. In p he was appointed by the Govpr of the State of Florida to fe on the Children's Code Common to study legislation affectL cnild welfare, some of which has since become Florida law. In the same year, he was appointed a member of the Enemy Alien Hearing Board, Southern District of Florida, by the Attorney General of the United States and served in that capacity throughout World War H. In addition, he held a reserve commission of Lieutenant Commander in the Coast Guard and was also a member of the board of directors of the Dade County Red Cross. He is former chairman of the Continued on Pago 2 A Stanley C. Myers Mid-Winter Conference To Mark Statesmanship With scores of delegates still arrising from throughout the United States and Canada, the mid-winter conference of the national planning committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America is under way in Miami Beach this week. Friday morning, a seminar of civic, business, governmental and religious leaders will begin at the Shelborne hotel, with Dr. Ellwood Nance, president of the University of Tampa, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor and president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, leading a discussion on "Spiritual Statesmanship, the N>is Week's Issue MMNR Nowt in Review Society Wuhtoftea SCMO Dr. loofe frnkmltHin Moral Standards of the Nation." That theme will also be utilized as the focal point of the entire conference, which will be climaxed Sunday night by a dinner at the Di Lido hotel, Dr. Finkelstein, who has become recognized as one of Jewry's outstanding spokesmen in the world since assuming the presidency of the Seminary in 1941, will deliver the principal address at the dinner. A local reception committee, headed by Samuel Halperin, is coordinating efforts of all of the Conservative congregations in South Florida for the dinner. A national cabinet meeting of the planning committee is slated Friday morning at the Di Lido, with a plenary session of the NPC following. Five key officials of the Jewish Theological Seminary, the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagogue of America will serve as guest speaker in South Florida congregations Friday night. Daniel G. Ross, national chairman of the conclave and national chairman of the national planning committee, will be speaker at Temple Emanu-EI. A native of New York City, Ross was graduated from Yale College and Columbia Law School and is aj>artner in the law firm of Becker, Ross and Stone. Continued on Pago 2 A Seven Arte WASHINGTON — Israel diplomats in Washington, London and Paris this week asked the American, British and French governments for formal security guarantees that would make her part of the Western defensive system and would insure Israel against an Arab attack. Justifying her request for protection, Israel maintained that the continued American policy of rearming the Arab states constitutes a threat to her security. At the same time Israel has urgClaims Conference Presses Germany On Indemnification PARIS (JTA)—A resolution directing Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, to convey to West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer the "serious concern" of the 22 member organizations of the claims conference "about the manner in which the German indemnification program is being carried out," was unanimously adopted at the final session here of the two-day meeting of the claims conference's board of directors, at which Dr. Goldmann presided. In adopting the resolution on indemnification, the board asked Dr. Goldmann to stress the fallowing points in a letter to Chancellor Adenauer: 1. Indemnification legislation must be simplified; 2. The maze of technicalities which is strangling the law must be abolished; 3. Insistence on detailed proof, which is almost impossible to obtain, must be eliminated; 4. Extension of categories of persons entitled to compensation, and increasing of amounts being paid; 5. Advance payments must be facilitated and the machinery for handling the claims must be enlarged. ed Turkey to take care not to increase Middle Eastern tensions. This step was taken by Israel in view of the fact that Turkey will soon conclude a defense pact with Iraq and might extend this to other Arab states. There were indications at the State Department that the United States is not likely to act along the lines Israel desires in the near future. A State Department view that Israel's anxieties are exaggerated has been conveyed to Evelyn Shuckburgh, British Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs now in charge of Middle Eastern matters, according to informed sources. Mr. Shuckburgh is holding a series of talks here in an effort to review and reconcile aspects of British and American policy in the Middle East. According to reliable informants, Mr. Shuckburgh was told here that America feels that the granting at this time of the security measures 1 asked by Israel might jeopardize the "progress" made with Iraq. The State Department regards the Iraqi| Turkish pact as the most hopeful development in the Middle Eat and one which will benefit all parties concerned, including Israel. Israel Ambassador Abba Eban jthis week discussed the security I situation in the Near East with George V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. The United States and Great Britain, according to Israeli sources, have negotiated at least four agreements with Israel's neighbors and Israel has been excluded from all four agreements. Israel's complaint is that such treaties are leading to a policy of "encirclement." While emphasizing that they have no quarrel with the Turkish Government, which is now concluding an agreement with Iraq, Israel sources declare that Turkey is merely following in the footsteps of the U.S. and Britain and would be willing to negotiate with Israel, if the big powers showed a greater disposition to do so. WORLD LEADERS SHOCKED BY HASTY ACTION Egyptian Hanging of Jews Widely Condemned NEW YORK (JTA)—Throughout the entire civilized world this week, the Egyptian Government was roundly condemned for its savage haste in executing death sentences imposed on two Jews convicted of espionage by a military court on the basis of confessions extracted by violence and torture. The two men, Dr. Moishe Marzouk and Shrouel Azzar, were hanged despite a direct plea by the French Government to the Egyptian authorities, an action by the United States State Department, the nature of which has not been disclosed, and protests and pleas by organizations and individuals throughout the entire free world. Six other defendants were given long prison terms and two were acquitted. Two of the defendants were tried in absentia. Their sentences were not announced. In Paris, M. Edgar Faure. the Foreign Minister, summoned the Egyptian ambassador to it Quai D'Orsay and delivered a rebuke to the Egyptian Government for flouting the French clemency plea for the two men. M. Faure told the envoy that the French Government was "upset" by the hangings. One of the executed men, Smhuel Azzar, was a Tunisian national. In Buenos Aires. President Juan D. Peron publicly announc-" ed his sympathy for the families of the two martyred JewsTind expressed his understanding of the feelings of the Jews over the affair. He gave a special audience to a Jewish delegation at which he made this statement. Many newspapers here and abroad condemned the Egyptian regime and voiced sharp criticism of the execution.



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. PAGE 14 B *JmistfhrkMan FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Cantor Kelemer Will Coordinate Jewish Music Festival %  ; %  M Hospital Auxiliary Plans Garden Club Function Garden Club of the Women's chairman, will lotroduec Mr, Aux Ui.ry of Moun, Sinai Rot*tal ^TSTSPZ!* ,planning (-program for Mi MKChicago, is ami %  afaMiJJ'i ing M S. Feb. 14. at nen Fun With I the subject of Mrs i the h"-pit-l President 1MrHar u Richard Fleming, program Spaet. "'* W1er Pendent or Visiting L>sten to PAUL KAROOS Ms) SUVIA BlUMMil ia BlUf DANUBE HOUR" aer Statiaa WMRM 100 aa MM Dial This Sunday and Every Sunday at 2 p.m. Sponsored by Leading Names for Your Listening Pleasure %  *c.rt WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDUl[| Monday thru Friday (Feb. 11-14) FRIDAY MORNING SATURDAY SUNDAY T las r.-s I I i TH I'atte-n >'• •.-.: i • 00 I-nj Is.-.s School Morn W< -5 • 30 i n To .r A.-, ,,unt | %  44 I Test Pat-. M • e Capt. Midnight i rrea aestn -f Jet : r.r.v Y_= A.ex—.der trndmrnmaa oi SossMRal Y.dmwm mad -. BBMsl ana. fiM. : ; r;r.:=:a :: Rabfc. Leer. 3:eenanl r* presented zWec: SsaVeYbjOOd s 0C >re > -5 • :30 T 1AI ounced s 4S I>. Scl What's TrMe Bl it Rfc,looo i; nt:.S u.JO .-:r ..e It Rich 0 5 %  I'.tlrul Ump L'alo n. >ne>Ua4 Six Newsmen Cited Bj Beach Group 1 j % %  '' %  •-"H u 00 L: Jj.i) |: : i. To l> An:i ced Br 5 W.J p the 3-e-h Doric Ysuti Meet •: -Tixrac? -1** -nee ap to their re•_• Ha Ban who ban <-"*** T ***9*r mi the? Juve enRwrtKCtd • far as Rmamily pov -. k -... .. %  -_•• 30 A %  %  *i %  • %  -' : %  I M Wizard I'JI .: %  2 •• 2:30 %  2:S ocfc Hich Comedy Hour Iv w.: .si^l It.^-psrtjr : 00 ... *., Uoaa 3 19 1:30 VaKaat Ijdy J:5 I.ifr \\ r":h taadj S. id I N r Author in Talk •h-tg for a Story" will be read* JmfcajB ax the M:ain: Beach "-'"".-•: ..: :•..-.-. BOVH and *.hej have sctioa px -i *-X 4 6 5 00 s.-s 4 4 S Raj Bol|ei Softy I Blf I'ajroff JiiVi Howl 1 AJ*c G:baot >h Basra Tea Are Tm4ra > Cra T A? lateen A Mi r> Sjper nan Saopper-. Gatda %  % %  s Archer | TaOMSIf CUSSKAl STATKH W *JJ| a* *i. :: r • ::'S-ER FORUM | : •: %  SCATlOn. %  %  %  **%  jr -jraa %  BR. ana MRS Ks Mex **JouiIi Forum On IV Air** : 30 r 11:30 • BV .-a: WRCE 1140 *a BW Pfrfft rariaws frtarn *-aiae*J tai DitKtt4 f SIMON Sf/D5N : -'-" : •• ^. n ?; MM • 00 s <0 am 30 • 30 a 30 IS • J6 3 : H EVENING Slei.n t Mirkq Kid I rtbajiper's (!s '*"' K^4 I I > M*rineT \\~ r, or Ml Ja too Law of I-an. I N %  RariKk Report* h>r Rt*fl %  .'. .'k StuU V-AltarsSjJ VI D • SMI Town U. -L • TV Thestra : %  Tune Knows V Iaae NVwa N' W'rtllss| r BridVt i souonai Yiddish Program i fi a s at %  ->*r r-—-—-_ I r f %  %  : E t %  I :--m ta/m fsM *• SasV raaSa* Crrrara. ELEVISJON HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK IS •ns KOflf AM FUMMY RaaS CsVR <-r-w Casw. lOtfTTA YOUNG DAV1 GARIOWAY TOOAY HCAAf RRTM AtlBC FtANOS 0*€ MAJTS FAIRAVV nmcr is SHOW MOWOY DOOOY XMt CAMBtOH SWAYZE OaMAM SHORE THEATRE T1U1N OR CONSEOUENCES ITS A GREAT LIFE Ot-a-smc DRAGNET ,;.1 Wren RED BUTTONS •oeoc UFE OF RIIEY Oast Od Co. THE BIG STOR1 *"; SSv: CAVALCADE OF SPORTS C*s JAN MURRAY SHOW Tss.Ca> N.R.A. iASKETBAll HORACE HE1DT GEORGE GOSEl SHOW '"sow A Pr % %  WT PARADE **"*'< T s>s na A Wasa COLGATE COMEDY HOUT with Martin & Lewis TV PLAYHOUSE Goodyeor-PhiUo ^BOB CUMMINGS SHOW, R. J. Reynolds DONT MJSS Hae BEST SHOWS on N.B.C net^orV. Let yov r -I corn-rt your oW set for AU-CHANNft reception.



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[iDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1955 -Jewish fhridtari PAGE 3B [omen's League to Honor Mrs. Siner Local Functions on Beach Friday Jlrs. Emanucl Siner, of Gew Gar L-. N.V.. National Torah Fund m df the National Women's Jn.j ic of the United Synagogue of Wrica and past president of the [tional Women's League, will he (lored at a coffee at the home of Simon Rubin, 6465 Pine Tree l r ,,... on Friday morning, Feb. 11. |\;. Louia Cohen, Mrs. Jack jk and Mrs. Simon Rubin are gt< ssea for the Greater Miami %  a affiliated sisterhoods. SisterI residenta, Torah Fund chairpn, member's Of the branch board Hi Rabbi'* wives have been invitt( MtcndtMtd they will disauss role which Ui Womwits league playing in ik buildup up ,of Torah Scholarship Fund of the %  Wish Theological Seminary. [Following the coffee, there will ;m open meeting at the DiLido kiol to welcome Mrs. Siner. Mrs. Icnry B. Wernick, Southeast inch president, will introduce |rSiner whose talk will be on Ipiritual Dividends." [Mrs Siner is in Miami as a memDebate Champion iv ii the national cabinet of the i\u-h Theological seminary to at|nd their midwinter conference the national planning commitin cooperation with the United InagogiM and the Rabbinical Asfcmhlv of America, which is beheld at the Di Lido hotel Feb. to 13. ln>titutional representatives to e reception committee include K Mi sdames Harold Berney, Beth ivid; Samuel Cohen, Israelite Iwisb Center; Irving Cypen, Temje Emanu-El; Abe Fine, Temple jnai; Stanley Glatter. Beth Emeth; red Jonas, North Shore Jewish enter; Harold Levitt, Temple Beth lolem; William S. Locke, Zamora (wish Center; Harry Roseman, %  aleah-Miaml Springs Jewish Cenlr: and Max Rubin, West Miami %  wish Center. 500 Expected at Lincoln Day Celebration February 12 Some 500 guests are expected to attend the annual Lincoln Day celebration being held under the auspice* of the Dade County Republican executive committee and the i nited Republican Clubs of Dade County. Fred Reibel, baritone, and Kuni Gunda Corwin, soprano, will present a musical program. Miss Jun-*' i.i Sells, graduate Of the University i of Paris, will be the accompanist. Mrs. Cecil M. Harden, Congresswoman from the Sixth Congressiou %  J District and national committeewoman from Indiana, will be the principal speaker. The Lincoln Day celebration will be held at the Urmey hotel on Feb. U evening. **"J APART*? tVt HAVh IMF f-C'D ^.ROSEDALE ^JSfc PES7AURANT* DELICATESSEN Wright on the industrial vision ttee were Drs. Mason W. o-chairman, David Hcndel, ^hn Lexow, Arthur Helfman. John I and Bernard Weiss. I Gets AB Degree Bob Shevin, who majored in political science, received the AB dej |ie at mid-year commencement' &f xercisas of the University of Florida last week. Shevin has achieved an imposing record in debating, scoring 43 wins and only six defeats in some 20 intercollegiate tourneys. He was Southern debate champion for 1953-54 and achieved second place nationally at West Point that year. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaraon Shevin. 1844 SW 13th st., Miami, he is president of the Debate Society, past president of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and a member ofl Florida Blue Key. Shevin entered law school at the University of Miami on Monday. ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned Centrally Heated Dietary lows strictly observed HOTEL POOL CABANAS Whore Superlative Rather Dinners art served amidst a distinctive atmosphere of charm and culture HOLLAND HONEY BREAD and CAKE IS EXTRA HEALTHFUL, MADE WITH THE FINEST HONEY and RYE FLOUR NO FAT or Si OAR I SI.w Buy a loaf today — it is good for youI Distributors: C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO. HI N.E. 30th Street Alto Available in New York Yateman Appointed To U.S. Military Academy Sen. George Smathers announced this week the appointment of Sidney Yateman, Miami Beach, to the United States Military Academy. Yateman, now a student at the University of Florida, will commence his studies at West Point with the term beginning July, 1955. Yateman has compiled an excel lent academic record at Miami Beach High School and further Qualified himself for an appointment by joining the Florida _Na-1 tional Guard and attending the Bullls Preparatory School in Maryland. MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM and BIRD |TH£ fABULOUS ONE-PRICE DINNIB All MIAMI BEACH IS TALKING ABOUT Servini free* 5 p.m. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formerly LoRoe) 1111 Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Jo it East of Alton Road Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 Member Diners' Club Youth to Meet Temple Emanu-El Young Adults will meet on Wednesday evening, I Feb. 16. in the social hall of the Temple. Rabbi Irvinsj Lehrnian I will be guest speaker. Mrs. Rachel Kcrtz was installed president of Congregation Beth Tfilah Sisterhood at recent ceremonies in the Strath Haven Ml' 1 fl&bbi Joseph Rackovsky r officiated. Now serving her eighth term in office, Mrs. Katz came to Miami Beach from Monticello, N.Y., eight yearn ago.