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The Jewish Floridian ( March 19, 1954 )

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^wiislfcUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ZOLUME 28—Number 12 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS N Secretary General is Determined to Call Parley STOCKHOLM (JTA) — United Katicm? Secretary General Dag Tfemmarskjold again warned Jordan la?t weekend that if it did not eply soon to his message convokng an Israel Jordan conference to Discuss problems relating to the Israel Jordan armistice agreement he would unilaterally set the date for the meeting. Mr. HamniarskjoM made this ktatement at a press conference fcere. He had made a similar stateBULLETIN JERUSALEM — An official Israeli source Wednesday night Charged that 11 Jews, including Several children and two soldiers, illed in a bus attacked by group of Arabs. Two soldiers (nd two women were reported to have survived. According li> the official source. |he bu? was traveling from Elath Beerslieba. in the Negev. Israeli kpokesmen in Tel Aviv described Jhe inc.dent as a massacre. The Informant indicated that the Arabs pruck the bus. a civilian vehicle, miles north of Elath. A burst of machinegun fire killed the driver, and the bus plunged into a %  ditch. Tlun the Arabs boarded the bus land slew the 10 remaining persons pith ,i -ub-machinegun. The Wednesday report came Ihard on the heels of charges from iTel A.i. that three Israeli policeImen were wounded by gunfire Ifiom Syrian territory when Arabs Ion the eastern bank of Tiberias [opened fire dnst Israeli fishing 1 tli-.' like. The Syrians Iused machine guns as well as arItillery This is the second serious [attack by Syria on Israeli fishermen on Lake Tiberias within a [week. Communists Exploit Unrest: Organizations Put On Alert Against Active Conspiracy SO BIG President Eisenhower indicates the size of the last golf trophy he received as he is prassnted with a silver medal by Ralph E. Samuel, chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary, at a special White House ceremony. The medal was struck 50 years aqo on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of Jewish settlement in the United States. JTA WASHINGTON —The "Daily Worker' and other Communist publications this month inadvertently revealed that Communists fare seeking to exploit popular feeling against "McCarthyism" and the McCarran-Walter Act by an allout campaign to infiltrate activities by reputable groups against "McCarthyLsm" and the McCarran-Walter Act. Communist Party chairman William Z. Foster and other top Reds, on behalf of the National Committee of the Communist Party, published a "Draft Program of the Communist Party" in the "Daily Worker" on March 7th. In a call for "a popular coalition movement," an "alliance" was demanded with a role designated for •nationality groups." It said: "This alliance, if it is to become fully effective, must include the Left Israel Regrets German Move On 1954 Reparations Payments mem la Inited States. Britain and ranee are pla>in with regard to israei complaint to the United "*ons Security Council against JWPts blockade of Israel-bound dipping through the Suez Canal nl the Gulf of Aqaba was expressed meanwhile at United Nations MMquarters in New York follow'"8 the failure of the Security "Wncil to decide last Friday on a Wse of action against Egypt. was originally expected that %  resolution reaffirming in a wronger form the 1951 UN reson against Egypt's blockade of 'suei-bound vessels would be propped at Friday's meeting. Instead, we meeting adjourned with no res"•wion being proposed and with!" "v*n setting a date for the pree,T' e nR This is bein inter ihl .w' n somc circ,es here e airfield by representatives reparations agreement with Israel' of the foreign Ministry, to reduce the amount of repara-1 Prof. Boehm. who expressed his tions it will provide the Jewish gratification at being able to visit State in the year beginning April' this country, is travelling under an 1st to the equivalent of $59,500,000. Dr. Shinnar noted that $73,800,000 had been set in the pact as the "normal" annual total of reparations goods and services. He also expressed hope that Germany would increase the amount it will make available to Israel in future years. He stated that German industryhad shown a great interest in producingreparations goods and added that delivery schedules had been worked out in a "businesslike atmosphere." He noted for the record that shipments to Israel had not interfered with German-Arab trade. The shipment program which runs until March 31, 1955, does not vary much from last year's purchasing program, with Israel spending as much as becomes available on much the same type of goods. A breakdown of the goods to be ordered shows that approximately $7,00.000 will be spent on agricultural products, about $3, 600.000 on services, $31,000,000 on industrial goods and about $18,000. 000 on British oil products foi which Germany will pay. In a move intended to benefit Israel's long-range development program, the Israel-German mixed commission decided to permit Israel to place orders this year for delivery in 1935 and 1956. to be charged against later reparations payments, in return. Israel agreed to place a certain proportion of its orders within specified industrial groups. Prof. Franz Boehm, head of the German team of negotiators at The assumed name, and his destinationi and whereabouts are being kept a secret to prevent possible attacks by extremists. It is known that he already visited with several Ministers here and will return laler during his three-week stay to confer with other members of the Cabinet. He is staying with a private family and plans to visit a kibbutz. Right-wing Revisionists have made threats against Prof. Boehm, and the Communist press has denounced him. and the Communists who have a vital and indispensable contribution to make." It is further pointed out that "the scientific principles of Marxism-Leninism," though "socialism" would end "racial discrimination" among other evils. The new Communist program is already being implemented with attempts to infiltrate activities conducted by Jewish organizations with respect to McCarran-Walter repeal and civil liberties. In the guise of joining in the united action of the Jewish community in defense ot civil liberties, the Communists are cunningly seeking to a: range conferences and rallies against the McCarran-Walter Act. Such Red-sponsored functions aim at duping persons and organizations sincerely concerned with fighting for American principles. The Communists subtly inject their propaganda into the ammunition which is provided them by Senators like McCarran and McCarthy. Jewish organizations have long been alert to the Communist conspiracy. Groups proven to be Communist, though few in number, have been expelled from community councils. Today, however, the Communists have seized on "McCarthyism," the McCarran-Walter Act. and other issues which have engendered genuine concern among many loyal Americans. The Red tactics are such that legitimate popular action is undermined; not only do citizens' groups have to wage a trying fight against rightwing extremists but they find themselves harrassed by the necessity of evading simultaneous stabs in the back from Communists. Knowing of the distate for "McCarthyism" which is shared even by President Eisenhower, the Communists exploit the public temper. Those who speak out a Communism are labelled "McCarthyites." They are accused of cringing before the Congressional investigating committees whose tactics have earned the contempt of the nation. Those who oppose the extreme left as well as the extreme right are said by the Reds Continued on Page 9 A Choice of Former Nazi As Observer Stirs Storm UNITED NATIONS (WNS)—Disclosure that the West German Government had designated Peter Pfeiffer, a former Nazi, as its observer to the United Nations precipitated a wave of indignation which is expected to culminate in a diplomatic hint by UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold that Bonn's proposed appointment might not be to the best interest of all parties. The Bonn move drew fire from Jewish and liberal groups. The Jewish Labor Committee in a telegram to the UN Secretary General said that Pfeiffer's "Nazi record traduces the very ideals for which the UN was created." It urged Mr. Hammarskjold to inform the Bonn Government that "the spirit of the UN Charter is violated by the presence of a man who condoned and helped the Nazi movement achieve its inhuman designs on mankind." The International League for the Rights of Man, in a wire to the UN Secretary General, said the appointment was "an affront to the UN" and urged rejection of "the credentials of a man whose record and standing are, so hostile to the basic principles of the charter." Pfeiffer was a member of the Nazi Party and the Nazi government's consul in Algiers at the time of the Allied landings in North Africa in 1942. In the meantime a spokesman for the West German Government was reported to have declared at Bonn that he knew of no plans to appoint a new West German observer to the United Nations.



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PAGE 2 A *. t^.utn*rk&*n Door-to-Door Solicitation Slated by CJA April 4th; Shochet to Direct M-Day Drive The biggest mobilization of manpower in behalf of any philanthropy is being organized for a door-to-door solicitation in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal during the week of March 28th to April 4th. The seven-day period will be a Dedication Week, it is announced by Aaron M. Kanner. general campaign chairman, at which time all divisions of the Appeal will mobilize their volunteers into a vast army of workers for a concentrated one-day drive on Sunday, April 4th, covering all Jewish residents in Dade County. Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian and General. Mobilization .chairman, has been named director of the April 4th solicitation. teers will meet to receive their assignments. All organizations in the area and synagogues are pledging full cooperation in the one-day effort to put the CJA campaign over the top. Members of the campaign cabinet and of Federation Board of Governors will personally partici-1 pate in Dedication Week prior to the big one-day drive. Kanner re1 vealed. They will concentrate their efforts towards a 100 percent cleanup of Initial Gifts pledges and also encourage friends and acquaintances to lend support to CJA. "There is a big job to be done," said Shochet. "Thousands of men and women throughout the city have to be contacted by volunteer workers. They are ready, willing and eager to make their contrihuDAYWcfcgg 5 %  •HI Mid ( r.rHi. m, I Colored Staids-a,,, T£TT* Tta ta Mwh fc-T r The mammoth neighborhood-by-1 ns to the CJA The y need on,y neighborhood project is expected '' to involve some 1,500 volunteers according to Shochet. These men. women and young adults will receive specific assignments to visit prospects and contributors who have participated in previous campaignsr-Quota of the General Mobilization;Division for 1954 is $99,106. The total campaign goal is 51.491,806, wfich represents the minimum requirements for effective operation of 54 health, welfare and cultural institutions in Israel, throughout the United States and in Greater Miami. "The volunteer who goes forth Jated for April 8th through 11th at the Statler Hotel in Cleveland, Stanley C. Myers, Center president, announced here. JWB. with which the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is aifiliated, is the national associa! %  '"" vuwu h Con n !I" 1 i 1 I y Centers j amiT Irving' ui7 nagl'er'-Granada; Stanley C. Myers, Coral Gables; Sidney Peckett, Homestead; Jacob PUtt and Louil Wallace, North Miami Beach; and George Talianoff, Miami Beach. Sea or Phon* Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9381 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lit* in*. Co. •07 Blicayn* Bldg. 1* W. Flaglor St. and YM-YWHA's and the government-authorized agency for meeting the religious, recreational and morale needs of Jewish servicemen in the US Armed Forces The 1954 JWB Biennial Convention coincides with a major event in American Jewish history, the Centennial celebration of the Jewish Community Center movement. The celebration, in progress at Jewlib Community Centers and YMYWHA's across the nation since October, will reach its grand climax at the convention. Topping off the festivities there will be a Centenntial Birthday candlelight ing ceremony, the four central figures representing the lour quarters of the Center's first century of service to American Jewry. Indications are that a record number of delegates will attend the convention, including several hundred representatives of Jewish Community Centers, JWB Sections, local and regional JWB Armed Services Committees, officers and board and committee members of JWB and other JWB affiliates. 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5AY, MARCH 19. 1954 +Jewish norMtan PAGE 3 A t f an Plans North i Shopping Center „ucl Friedland, chairman of Sard of Food Fair Stores, has Lceed the signing of a 33-year l ujth Burdine's in the new |63rd Street Food Fair Shopfcenter. L sioO(vi.:iOO project will be la-acrc tract bctween-NK 12thi T 51 h Avenues, about 12 miles [Miami and the same distance port i.auclerdale. L of Florida's largest busiIfirms will thus form the nucl(or what may become the Is large>t shopping center in I Dade County." according to turt Peiser, an executive of the J Fair chain and president of l e w shopping center. Is will be the 50th Food Fair [and the fifth Burdine store in i Florida Work on the store {start in the fall, with the Ine unit scheduled for openl November, 1956. _. completed project will conla dozen or more stores with po sauare feet of floor space [parking facilities for 3,000 [rViser said this week that he been announce other firms ling to lease store space in the Ir. The site will be developed lo sections, according to the Fair official. The first will lin the fond store, restaurant, V -tore dress and shoe.shops L ral other allied stores, department store, with its lite group, will follow. Dr. Heitxplained. Burdine's will oc1120,000 square feet. The Food will be the largest in florida chain, using about 35,quare feet. ids Donor Affair IIIK' Auxiliary mirth annual I'urim donor ben of the Greater Miami lliiry IO the Jewi.-h, Hom*_for .vd was held on Thursday at | rs Hotel, according to Sol Silvcrman, president, bt 350 persons attended the aflin the Scheherazade Room. I luncheon starting at 12:30. [varied program of entertain1 was arranged by luncheon coIron Mr-. Sam Rost and Mrs. nan Jacobs Mrs. Louis MakovWKit entertainment chairman. Iterations for the affair, pro; which go towards support ouglass Gardens, were arrangh Mrs Jack Udell, assisted by [David Phillips. Florida B'nai B'rith Plans Convention The 18th annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters will be held on April 10th \ through 12th,*t the Biltmore Ter Hoiel, Miami Beach, it has ix-eji jointly announced by Kdward I. Cutler, of Tampa, president of the Florida State Federation of I B'nai B'rith Lodges, and Mrs. Jack | R. Wein, of Miami Beach, president of the Florida B'nai B'rith Women's State Federation. Milton A. Friedman, of Miami, has been appointed convention chairman. Serving as Committee chairmen in preparation for the convention are Budd Cutler, Leo Steinman, E. Albert Pallot. Irving Shatzman, Gilbert J. Balkin and George J. Talianoff. The Florida State B'nai B'rith Federations are comprised of the B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters throughout the State. The annual convention will feature presentations of B'nai B'rith action programs, including the Anti-Defamation League, Hillel Foundations, B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations and service to the armed forces and veterans. Tillie Lewis Diet Delayed; To Appear on March 26th The third and final seven-day diet in the 21-day diet regimen by Tilhe Lewiswill appear in the March 26th Jewish Floridian. Acclaimed by women throughout the nation, the diet was delayed this week and did not reach the offices of The Jewish Floridian in time for publication. The Tillie Lewis diet showshw unnecessary, unhealthy and unattractive pounds can be r.ducWwitn'out eliminating,delightful swet foods. Mrs. Lewis, an expert in her field, reveals that the person bent on shedding extra weight can continue to eat favorite desserts, salad dressings and fruits stewed in Iheir flavorfal juices. Ifobrew School Plans Play rA*^V gregation will have a Purim play I entitled, "Yes. yueen,' in which | children of the Hebrew and Sunday | School will participate, it has been Miami Hebrew School and Con-' announced b >' Jerr y Schulman, director of the Sunday School. The play is directed by William Spier, assisted by Mrs. Estelle Weinstein. Participants are Diane Shapnick, Carolyn Glassman, Norman Levine, Frances Sokol, Ita Becker, Mark Steinberg, Norman Glassman, Marsha Pierce, Gail Libman, Norman Ouchon and Melvin Hecht. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mrs. Rose Lippman, of 822 Lenox Avenue, flew to Orlando on Sunday for a few weeks of rest at the F'lorida Spa. ft ft ft Dr.,and Mrs. Sussen and their two children, of Kingston, New York, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig, of 2530 SW 16th Street, for three weeks. Mrs. Sussen is tha former Marilyn Honig, of this city. isli' Program r Veterans Set [pr. gram for the Veterans Hosat Coral Gables has been ared by Miami Beach Music and League for Wednesday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. Beth El Sisterhood Plans Annual Donor Luncheon Annual donor luncheon of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will be held On Sunday. March 2M. 1:30 p.m.. at the Strath Haven Hotel. MM Mrffri Ros. radio and television coeiedian. will be guest artist Also scheduled to appear is the Delano Hotel' musical ensemble. Program chairman is Mrs. S. T. Swirsky. Co-chairmen of the affair are Mrs. M. Rappaport and Mrs. I. Hushbow, according to Mrs. M. Rosenrjhrg, president. 90,000 Visitors See Vizcaya Art Museum More than 90.000 guests from all of the 48 states and many foreign countries visited Vizcaya. the former James Deering estate, during its first year of operation by the Board of Dade County Commissioners. In announcing the year-end figures through March 10th. Robert Tyler Davis, director, said. "The happiest aspect of the first year's operation at Vizcaya has been the almost universal enthusiasm and delight of the 90,588 visitors." The spectacular beauty of the house and gardens on the 30-acre estate, plus the friendly and courteous attitude of the staff, accounted for this enthusiasm which has resulted in many complimentary letters. Davis said. UN Secretary is Determined to Call Parley Continued from Pag* 1 A Israel. Mr. Azmi. who spoke for an hour and a half, bitterly attacked Israel. He contested that Egypt's regulations concerning Israel-bound shipping violated the UN Charter, the Egyptian-Israeli armistice agreement and the Constantinople Convention of 1888 on the Suez Canal. Egypt, still in a state of war with Israel, was only exercising its legitimate rights as a belligerent. Dr. Azmi argued. Israel Ambassador Eban told the Council there was "not the slightest justification in any instrument of law" for the Egyptian restrictions. They could be lifted without the slightest sacrifice to* Egypt's economy, sovereignty or dignity. Dr. Azmi's statement, Mr. Eban said, had given the Security Council the clearest picture so far of the "head-on colision" between Egypt and the principles laid down by the Security Council. The reaffirmation of the 1951 resolution "in far stronger form," accompanied by action to bring about observation of compliance, was the "minimal duty" of the Council, he concluded. DR. MURRAY M. ZINNER announces the removal of his Dental Offices to 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Phono 58-3851 D f B o r CONCERT IEWISH COMMUNITY SINGERS BEN YOMEN. Conductor MARGARET YOMEN. Pianilt [""day, March 21,8:15 p.m.-Miami Beach High School 14th STREET ana' DREXEl AVENUE hi


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PAGE 4 A *t^i^HmrkHan ii*Jewi$H Meridian Published .very Frid.y .inc. 1927 by th. jewith OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-114 1 2-8212 FloridUn at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered at second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Poat Office"of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridlan haa absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. ican Aasociation of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor PfCCJ Honors Mr. Wrinkle The Florida Region, National Conference of Christians and Jews, held its second annual dinner here on Monday evening. Three Miamians were honored at the dinner for having contributed materially to interfaith understanding during the past year. Awards went to Leonard Usina, John B. Turner and Carl Weinkle. It is gratifying to the Jewish community that so noted a leader as Mr. Weinkle should have been honored by the NCCJ. Most of us know Mr. Weinkle's unwillingness to stand in the spotlight of public approval. He is content to enter into his numerous civic and philanthropic endeavors with quiet determination, and Jewish leaders here have beneffited from his understanding and his refusal to be stopped by knotty problems. We are certain that those privileged to work with Mr. Weinkle in his many charitable nonsectarian undertakings have also found these characteristics in him prominent and heartening. The National Conference of Christians and Jews honored a truly humane individual Monday evening. Carl Weinkle represents the ideals of the organization when expressed on theu loftiest level. ruth fr **j"fflrjBa rgtta^ SUBSCRIPT One Year *300 ON RATE! Two Years 85.00 Volume 28 Friday. March 19, 1954 Adar 14, 5714 Number 12 ,/V/^*^/^rf'^^'WW^./*WA*A^^^ — During The Week... A %  i s Beach A fESTIVi PURIM TO EVERYONE Coming of Ago Some 1,200 women turned out Monday morning at the Miami Beach Auditorium to help their division of the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal go over the top in a drive to collect a goal total of SI65,000. The "Share-Your-Sunshine" luncheon was virtually the last function in this year's Women's Division campaign, and it is heartwarming for the community to note the spirit achieved there. Such a gratifying turn-out is certainly worthy of attention for its own sake. But it also gives occasion for us to wonder. Have we truly come of age? When 1,200 women combine their energies and resources in such splendid fashion to assure the fulfillment of their share of responsibility in the CJA drive, we can hardly help questioning the qeneral community's enthusiasms. It must be up to our leadership to assure the fact that every division of the Combined Jewish Appeal responds this year with verve equal to the women's. The success of the "Share-Your-Sunshine" luncheon will answer those who fail to participate through working and giving and who excuse their failure with the observation that it is impossible for the general community to assume the responsibility of total participation in an active campaign. The Women's Division seems to think otherwise. Sight Conservation Week Acting Governor Charley E. Johns has proclaimed the week of March 28th through April 3rd as Sight Conservation Week in order to draw attention to the importance of protecting and improving our vision. We think the Governor's proclamation is worthy of note, especially because too many of us are prone to take for granted man's most precious sense. We are perhaps least aware of the physiology of our eyes. But we are constantly aware that they are subject to accident. Barring this possibility, we do little to conserve our sight or to protect it. The Governor's proclamation will serve to remind us that being able to see is one of the greatest gifts granted mankind and that we must do everything in our power to nurture it. Mortgage is Burned ^ Tifereth Israel Northside Center held a "mortgage-burning" ceremony on Sunday. Most of us remember the Center as being the object of a bombing attack during the rash of synagogue and church dynamitings that broke out here late in 1951. We are happy to be able to note the progress made by Tifereth Israel since that time. Last year, the congregation appointed its spiritual leader. Rabbi Louis Cassel. The Sunday ceremony emphasized its growing stability. Especially clarified was the expanding spiritual need of the area, which the Center now serves, when a Building Fund campaign was announced. This is the sort of "burning" which we heartily underwrite. An increasing awareness of the value of religious and traditional beliet such as was manifested at Tifereth Israel on Sunday, im what we must all strive to achieve. What's in a Xante? The Miami Beach Jewish Center will next week announce a change in its name. The congregation's officers and members have for •ome tun. now considered the possibUity of Temple Emanuel," and it seems that'this choice will in all probability be revealed to the community. fififi? ,hiB PP rtun "Y ol being among the first to congratulate the Miami Beach Jew £ nS"?!S B hQ8 ,aken •nhancir!g the nobihty of the congregation's many relig.ous. educational and cultural activSL. Like the great poets of the past, we do nm necessanly hold that a name adequately iden House o Warship, a religious school a£ a source of Jewish tradition primarily. Temple Emanuel, "God Among U.," can do to the constantly inspiring progress being £ by the Miami Beach Jewish Cent., I, *? 0 £ hop* ft* olher ^ ..^ *be ^-i s mr u nuy l w TO,u -^ By LEO MINDLIN TENNESSEE SENATOR ESTES KEFAUVER CA ij7 •h last week to address a gathering of Hadassah worn f' Midway Dinner for Israel's Hebrew University. The


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LpvjjABCH19. 1954 Greenberg Will Speak at Final ving Book Program Monday Eve Simon Greenberg, vice chanL and vice president of facul,of the Jewish Theological Semof America, will speak at the ,i Beach Jewish Center on j,day night in the final program ffhe Living Book" series. iabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual der of I he Center and director the lecture-discussion scries, I Wednesday that "to date, this Hes has been highly successful. L confident that programs of 5 nature will be an annual ocK nce at the Center." k r Greenberg was Rabbi of Har i Temple, Philadelphia, from j until 1946. He served as pro_i of the Seminary from 1946 unP95I, as acting president of the ninary for the academic year 849, and during 1990-53 was i executive director of the Unikity of Judaism in Los Angeles, Tseminary's West Coast branch. Ifnce 1932, Dr. Greenberg has pi a member of the Seminary tilty as Professor of Education, march, 1948, he was named ProTor of Homiletics at the RabScal School t n PAGE 5 A Morris Frank to be Honored by Beth Jacob Congregation at Testimonial Ci.quao.jg uoiai; -jg Goldstroms Feted; Provus Gives $5,000 To Hillel House Here At the testimonial dinner given by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, honoring Sol Goldstrom and his wife, Josie, on their 80th birthday, on Wednesday, March 10th, as ciidii IIUIII "i nit: iiauuiiai i r\ :J r ^i at. ., .,,„„ „, ,. ,;„„ David Provus was inspired by the ation committee of the nation._„„_u„ „* „ ... \. speeches of prominent citizens here IZOA from 194346. Dr. Green fg is the author of "Living as ew Today," the "Ideals and ValI of the Jewish Prayer Book" and contributed numerous papers |Jcwi>h and general educational plications. Dr. Greenberg received his BA tree from CCNY in 1922 and er being ordained by the Sem%  y. received his PhD from DropI College in 1932. [omen's Function iptures $35,000 ^parked by the all-out effort of ne 1,500 volunteers of the Womh Division, the Luncheon United garden party announced Its totaling S35.000 at the close I its tropical extravaganza Monf afternoon. Stage and screen star Tony MarI commended chairman Mrs. MorAlpert for the huge turnout. Rabbi Irving Lehrman particijled in the program as the narlor in a dramatic sketch, "Darkps to Light," telling the story of Wern Passover in Israel and em|asizing the new strength providthe little nation by American %  Original music was played by % ben Strassburg, and the producW was directed by Sam Hirsch. ICaptain Jack Brass, of Israel, dewed the growing threat of un[iendly neighbors along his count's borders and emphasized its pare to go forward in peace and Brass stated that the Fb na tions are intent on destroyp the new democracy by direct "direct means and are content 1 "8e in a waiting game. [Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. AAblin, co-chairmen of the [omens Division, presided at the ~*n Campaign chairman Aar%  %  Kanner and Brass conducted rd calling. Pioneer Women >v *d a standing ovation for 1 the top table contributions tne afternoon. regarding the work of Mr. and Mrs. Goldstrom on behalf of the Hillel Foundation. Provus voluntarily made a $5,000 contribution to aid in the completion of the new Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. He and Mrs. Provus, who reside at 3440 Royal Palm Avenue, received a standing ovation by those present for his philanthropic gesture. Goldstrom has been a member of B'nai B'rith for over 60 years, and Mrs. Goldstrom for over 50 years. In addition to his long-time participation in B'nai B'rith. Goldstrom has been active in the civic life of the community, and was a leader in the Service Men's Hospitality Committee during World War II. Mrs. Goldstrom is honorary vice president of District No. 5, B'nai B'rith, has been a national representative of the organization and is a past president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith. The meeting took, the form of "This is Your Life" program. Some 300 people were in attendance at the dinner meeting which saw President Gilbert J. Balkin turn over the gavel to incoming President Gershon S. Miller. Councilman Bernard A. Frank will be toastmaster and chairman of the evening at the testimonial banquet being tendered his father. Morris B. Frank, by Congregation Beth Jacob of which he is president, on Sunday, March 21st. Councilman Frank, a member of the Board of Directors, was a pupil during his youth of the Religious School of the congregation where he became Bar Mitzvah. Morris Frank formerly served as president for a number of years in addition to holding the office of secretary during the time that the late Philip Liberman, father of Councilman Marcie Liberman, was CAMP CARLYLE T S't Owtttmdlmt Jewish COM* far Says mi irfs HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. t ht.rt.1 w C *.|. -l .„WIITERN NORTH CAROLINA Pr,. 0 '"*CTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER _, "-nneia|, Wootfword High School, Cincinnati. Ohio {*£—'. social see„c~H—l attfrMas umerM tnjmi *• Dae,* .„, mr ^ m pnml J^ m — WW I -Vs. Jeae AraeM, t~M NUrMtw *•.. Mtaa.1 •* %  %  % %  "lartmtatbasi Mrs. A. A. HaydM ML ••*?*• Mrs. Macrev % % % %  %  % %  ML 4MW GMJCC Activities Feature Purim The Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be the scene of a Purim party for members between the ages of six and 12 on Friday, March 19th, at 3:30 p.m. The Junior Dramatic Group, led by Mrs. Jeanette Miller, will present the Purim story in play form. The backdrop for the play is being constructed by the Art Group, which is directed by Warren Soned. The special After-School Group will present a paper bag puppet show, directed by Bruce Shotkin and Beverly Steinberg. Children I who attend the party will exchange gifts and participate in group singing, led by Miss B. Steinberg. Intramural* The second round in the Basketball Intramurals at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, ended this week with undefeated Hurricanes AZA emerging the winners by dint of a clean sweep of both rounds. Winning Hurricane roster are cocaptain Bob Fischer, co-captain Don Farberman, Stan Dick, Allen Greenberg, Sandy Balber, Eddie Winer, Marty Hornstein, Mike Segal, Morris Futernick, Eddie Levinson, Steve Quartin, Sheldon Dunkle, Richard Shafron and Stan Beiley. Team standings are:, 1st, Hurricanes AZA; 2nd, Billikens; 3rd, Center Interdependents; 4th, Unknowns: 5th, U's New Yorkers; and 6th. S.A.M.'s. This marks the end of the Basketball season at the Center. A new three-man Post Season Basketball League opens March 24lh at 7 p.m. Purim Party A Purim party has been planned for children of the After-School Program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Friday, March 19th, at 3:30 p.m. Included in the program will be performances by the dance, dramatic and athletic groups, plus exhibitions of art work and dollcraft. The party will feature a Purim masquerade and parade. Traditional refreshments of Hamantashen will be prepared by Mrs. Ira Blecker, Mrs. Aaron Rothman, Mrs. Sam Ofsowitz and Mrs. Harry Kleinman. The singing of Purim songs will be led by Mrs. Angel Ross. Friendship Club The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, will hold its regular social meeting on Sunday. March 21st. at 2:30 p.m. A special program has been prepared | for this social which will include dancing and performance by prej fessional entertainers. Council Meeting A meeting of members of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Town Branch Planning Council was held on Thursday, it is announced by Bernard Weksler, chairman. Members of the Council heard reports on various Center planning committes. Presenting reports were Mrs. William Zuckerman, Adult and Golden Age Committee; Mrs. Lewis Sternshein, Teen Age Committee; Ted Kaplan, Health and Physical Education Committee; and Jack Toppell, Fund Raising Committee. president. He assumed the office of president again in 1952. "The banquet is being given in tribute to his many years of outstanding leadership and service to the congregation," said Rabbi Moses Mescfeeloff, Beth Jacob spiritual leader. Noted guests and prominent local personalities, including friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank who have been residents here for 40 years, will be present. David Whitman is general chairman of the affair. Leo Meyer is Journal chairman, Joseph Cohen and Aaron Lerner are ticket chairmen. Louis Shafkin is program chairman and Rabbi Mescheloff, advisor. Rose Hayes is in charge of publicity. The affair will be held in the David Whitman Hall at 7 p.m. Morris B. frmmk AT LAST! A KOSHER DIET PLAN with Fleishig'e and Milchig'e Menus / %  .TILL IE LEWIS, the most famous woman in foods, has prepared a 21-day Kosher Diet Plan which appears weekly in THE JEWISH F10RIDIAN EAT EVEN SWEET KOSHER DESSERTS ...YET LOSE POUNDS A WEEK! A r LAST, here's a way to dietpuzzled Jewish people to enjoy a wide variety of tasty sweet desserts, fruits, tangy salads—a choice of different Kosher Tasti-Dict Foods—now featured in the Dietetic Section of stores everywhere. 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PAGE 6 A + Lm,incrA*&gL HODAY, MABP.H i. Mvra Wexelman's Sister Attends Her at Bites; Pearls are "Something Borrowcc In a double ring ceremony at Rabbi Irving Lehrmans study on Thursday, March 11th. at 7 p.m.. MiMyra Rosalind Wexelman. daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Charles Wexelman, 1550 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach, became the bride of Ben Pascal, son of Mr. and Mr>. Louis Pascal. Montreal. Canada. Dr. Israel Goldfarb. of New York City, and father-in-law of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, participated in performing 'he ceremony It was 15 years ag'>. that h" performed the ceremony for the brideparents in New York tit. Maid of honor was .lean V, mail, sister of the bride. Milton •:itz. uncle of the bride? acted as best man. The bride selected an off-haul der effect. PrinceStyle, delicate pink ballerina-length gown, with fitted bodice and flared skirt Her !er-!cn2th Illusion veil was attached to a pillbox of matching feathers. For "something borrowed." the bride wore a -trand of pearls. Her orchids were attached tn a small evening bag. Mrs. Pascal is a graduate of Mi %  ml Beach Hi^h School, attended the University of Miami for three and ia member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Pascal attended BCbo Montreal and M-' Campus Roselvn Rosenberg, daughter of Mr and -rs Joseph M Rosenberg Miss Palay Becomes Mrs. Richard Koch In Garden Setting: Cho oses De licate I>j n k In a garden setting on March 7th,' at 11 o•clock. Miss Roberta Palay. daughter of Mrs. Tedi Palay. 4555 f Philadelphia, and Robert M ., Ba-'me. s^n of Mr. and Mrs Harry North Michigan Avenue, and the SSIne' torn were -named ,n a I iate Dr. Lewi. Palay. became the |yn, New York. Rabbi Irving I^hrman performed Ml in the Ambassador Ballroom in delphia. The brl WU *rwn in marriage fa her and was attended h> rbara Margolii her cousin, the double ring cerem n\ The theme of the entire wedding was ^ko.ciusinofthe.pink^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ H Palay. sister of the bride Lawrence irma Bassine, sia-J Maid of •„„,„,. R^rnard ana noimani sun i, iui a .•......... : f he'hruie and Jacket. Her fingertip illusion veil Tr ; h Hes Gursnin "f n-hing >* and ,ulle w s £ ,tor ( harles Gurst. in ^ ^ halo-type cao of matchins lace She carried white orchids Mrs. Bern Pascal Miss Garth Rn A forma! dinner aheld at the %  gaged eia at me M \ I i ilillac Hotel, after which the I < > .-\ Illiapolls .*KII1 le flew to Ni their ML The\ will : laded Mr | MM Frank l • Tobki e, MrIda Klonin. %  • %  : Long 1 v rman iarfield Koch, of \ew York C.y. brother Norman MKMH. ^ ^ was ^ man c ., ,-net the groom. I-hers.nciuabrjde I|lctod a de |i C ate ^J^t "San M r P'">< ballerina-length strapless ',, xi'^n gown of imported ehantilly lace u \ %  r m' P, rnanf !" d •*•" *• with a ma,ching Saflan. Alvtn ADrams. Bernarcl ^^ ^ inBertip jlIusjon veil ;.-. con Stuckat and Unny Zeitlin. ttSSJuL ufJelon her fathers Bible. cou-in "I the bride. Also in in< bridal part* were the mothers of | Her only piece of jewelrywas the bride and groom, the maternal ; a strand of pearls belonging to her maternal grandmother. Mrs. Dora Price, vif New York/who flew in for the wedding. The oride attended the University of Alabama, where she was chosen cover girl for the school journal and pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. She is also a graduate of Davis Institute of Medical Technology in Miami. Mr. Koch is an alumnus of Syracuse University and a member of the Army Reserves He is president of Palm Container Corp. in Hialeah Out-of-town-guests included Dr. and Mr-. II D. Fein. Mrs. Samuel K Baler, and Mrs. Jules Price, her Ihree maternal auntall of New York City. After I irjnal luncheon served to relative* and friends the couple flew for their honeyi i rum, thi Bay Dnve. Miami Beech. planned bj Helen) Nance Garth and Lt. i %  %  %  %  h met % %  '*• I A sinreit the 1 nl '53. %  randparenta of. the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Aba Sochet, and the pa her ol the groom. Irvin Bills, Long Solomon Bassine N v v ,, rk r „ rjf u The bridffi gown waj ol im.,,.,, .. | ported lace and salin. She carried! n 1990. He ;1 Bible t-.pped by a white orchid l in the Pacifi. during the rhe grooni WM "cent's • %  Korean V. now in -ibmarcha**l fr. %  ivy and i • .tuned in New Lon'• nu:n W studies at the I niver, sit) of Florida, where the \oung don. i onnecticut. „ i:.._„ couple are living He rn Inter Champion of thAnnapolii Gjnn plies to Kites In "Who'j whj in Colleges and Universities Mrs. Alfred I. Moss Bridegroom's Sister Attends Miss Gootner Alfred Irwin Moss and hibride, the former Miss Charlene B Cootner are living in New York. following their wedding trip to Florida. The couple were married in Temple Sinai. New York, on February 28th. A reception followed the ceremony there. Maid of honor wai Wai Francine Moss, the bridegroom's Jack Stein was best man. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Cootner 1677 SW 15th Street. Miami. Mr Moss" parents arc Mr. and Mrs David Y\ Moss, Forest Hills. Long Island. N.u York. SOHHUJ KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties CATERING A Complete Service No Party Too Small No Party To Large 775 Dsdr Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-9952 If No AatMl Call 84-2078 Under Rabbinical Siipernsion E*>52 >S5*>S2T>3B'! Miss Marcia Edelman, ol 44.") Ei.-' Di Lido Drive, flew to Philadelphia this week to attend the %  f her cou-in. II Levin, on Sunday. While in Philadelphia F.delman will also attend a dental fraternity dance scheduled then the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel man. Mist Hint fuferfas Klene Futerfas to Wed Paul Chimes Mr. and Mrs. S. A Filtering 1303 SW 16th Street. Miami, nounee the betrothal of daughter. Elene. to Paul Chin Key West. The groom is serving witkl Navy aboard the I'.S.S. Houinll Cilmore He is tin in ol Mr. i Mrs. M. Chimes. Bronx, NewMiss Futerfas u T -;ttluater! Miami High School, where -h affiliated with Tan Alpha On She is now employed by the' phone Company. The groom attended school] Nc w York and v .u'.edt prrnthuj firm.-. The couple have et no fate I their wedding. A party willW| in their honr on home of the bri Mrs. B. Abbott. Member Luncheon Beth David Sit. I held a member luncheon at home of Mrs. Sid South A!hamb-a I rcle. Asi as hostesses were the Me* Max :..lam i, Dai | ntaWnowitz, Ir Nathan Spicgelm.r'. the homo of SUNSHINE FASHIONS u a. Miami pt oft. Miami Beach Ft LaudardaU West Palm Baacb YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at DEPENDABLE DOVEST'C "Elf RELIABLE DAY WORKERI A-1 EWPLGYMEHT SERVICE ,%m 17 N. 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MARCH 19. 19M *J**i9tinar*Man PAGE 7 A I c .vine, Leonard Mecklcr Wed in \hi Kites: Wi I Reside in Albany V.iAudrey Levine and Leonuackler were married on a 6 30 p.m. candlelight performed by Rabbi Joc7rot The couple met br lde .is 10 years old ithe daughter of Mr. and Levin. • 2660 SW 23rd 'Mecklcr i^ the son of Albert Mecklcr, AlYork. Jjde's B<> n featured a, %  French chant illy lace and i -kirt i n> ion tulle, with panniei> and cathedral fingertip illusion veil _, tiara ol imported lace %  e i in pearls. T i e d a white Bible trim(wo while orchids and is. i honor \>.i^li ss Suzanne [powJer blue taffeta with Her bouquet was a cascarnations and blue The Misses Barbara yeska Serott were Mi-Su,an Levine Ister's junior bridesmaid. Mecklcr. the bridepother, served as junior „ a wedding trip to L, I). C and New York | couple will make their buy. Ae i a graduate of Miami Ll. where she was editor ties and a member of the luncil. rkli r graduated from e in Providence, and. where he was a memLambda Pi FraterL now associated with the Allied ConstrueI Mrs. leomari Mtckfrr *F1 Nerovcs Leave for (Alba Following Kites Informality was the keynote at the family wedding ceremony in the marriage of Miss Harriett Berman to Mr. Joseph Nerove at the home of Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, who officiated on Sunday evening, February 28th. The bride is the daujjh'er of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bcrman, of 3150 SW 23rd Street. Her ballerina-length gown was! of chant illy lace and nylon net with a sweetheart neckline and illusion net. Her headpeice was of nylon net with a short veil. She carried a white Bible with an attached white orchid. Matron of honor, Mrs. Jerome Rauzin. the bride's sister, wore a pink nylon net, ankle-length, full skirt sown. Mr. Nerove. a former lieutenant in the U.S. Army, was separated last fall from active service where he served two years in Trieste. He is a graduate of Syracuse University and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Nerove, 1836 SW 1st Street, originally of Elgin, Illinois. Mr. Nerove's brother-in-law. Bur1 ton Wirtsehafter. of Philadelphia, j served as best man. A dinner party at the Latin Quarter was given for the immediate family following the ceremony. After spending a week at Havana, Cuba, the newlyweds will reside at 15 Salamanca Avenue, Coral Gables. 'Matthew Kline Bar Mitzvah Saturday Matthew Aaron Kline, son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Kline, 1857 NW 50th Street, will became Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 20th at Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Matthew attends Jackson High School, where he is in the eighth grade. He is a pupil of the Tifereth Israel Hebrew School. Rabbi LouiA. I'assel will omciate and i^'the B.ir Mitzvah. :it. of the Bar Mitzvah.W be lnsts a< the Oneg Shabbal on Friday night and will serve a Kiddutfe on Saturday morning following the services. \ /Kiss Koijlind G. Winer Rosalind Winer to Wed m June 20th Rosalind Gail \Nmcr and Inl Goodman met while they were students at Miami Senior High School. Now they arc planning to be married on June 20th.* The bride elect's parents are Mr and Mrs. Max Winer, 2220 SW 14th Street, who announced her betrothal to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe (-Goodman, 4735 SW 3rd Street Miss Wmer is employed by Southern Bell Telephone Company. Her fiance la a. sophomore at the IniveiMtv of Miami, where he is majoring in arts and science. Slewirl Alan Greensfe.'n Stewart (Jpeenstein Bar Mitzvah to be Wield at Beth David Stewart Alan Greenstein. son of Mrs. Kitty Layton and Mr. Charles Greenstein. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday' morning, March 20th, at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate at \ the ceremony. Stewart Alan attends Shonandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of the band. He belonged to the Shenandoah Elementary Bicycle Drill team invited to Washington, D.C., where it won first prize. A reception will follow the ceremony at the synagogu". Open house will be held on Saturday I evening at 2240 SW 19th Street. Among out-of town guests who will be present for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Jue Rose, Durham, North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. J;ike Shapiro, Peterson, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Max Ta.iis, Dayton. Ohio: and Mr. and sirs. Marts Glassman, New York jity. rilklngtnn Mrs. Joseph Nerove : Kattelmans (iuests IOf Sam Kdclmnns Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kattelman. of | Philadelphia, and winter residents here, are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Edclmnn, 415 East Di Lido Drive, following Mr. Kattelmans discharge from St. Francis Hospital. The Kattelmans arc Mrs. Erlelman's brother and si-lerin-law. A Th-3 Bar Mitzvah of Martin Harry Greonberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1610 Meridian Avenue, will take place on Saturday morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. f An eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School, Martin attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A reception in his honor will be held at the Shelborne Hotel on Sunday evening. IMlklnston Miss Sharon Press |>n Press Bas rail on Saturday J" l '"''--. caughter of Mr. • Gilbert Press, 231 SantilPi"e, Coral Cables, will begs Mitzvah on Saturday, ffn. at the Coral Gables J|enter. Rabbi Morris A. I 1 ofticiate. P. an honor student, is in %  wbgradeal Ponce de Leon 7>W School and attend.-, the %  ab.fs J<:wis h ''enter Relia% ,i0 will be held in her P Sunday, March 21st, at Mw..I 3 almolive Soap PtovedMildestBETTER FOR COMPLEXION CARE .Moating Soeip. THE NEW imp Osceola I '. 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PAGE 8 A ^^ MM ^_ ^i^ n —..nnanaw, %  Fruchtman Dinner Plans Advanced Site of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America testimonial dinner to Charles Fruchtman on April 7th will be the GrossingerPancoast Hotel. Samuel Friedland, cc> chairman announced Wednesday. Friedland reported "considera*'. ble friterest is being evidenced in thisAinner. which marks the first testimonial by the Greater Miami ('immunity to Mr. Fruchtman." Friedland. who is the national vice chairman of the Seminary's planning and campaign committee, said that the affair also will be the initial tribute paid by the Seminary to a South Florida resident. Joseph M. Rose is co-chairman of the affair. He said that dinner vice chairmen ani o*hr cp"" !" iittee members will be named later this week. David Levinson. the third cochairman of the dinner, reported some 300 persons are expected to attend. "Mr. Fruchtman s work as chairman of campaigns for the Hebrew Academy and the winter residents division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, plus his aotivitv a< treasurer of Federation and as vice president of the Center shows him to be a true communal leader," he added. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. a member of the Seminary's Rabbinic Cabinet, said that Fruchtman is "truly deserving of this honor, which is being extended to him by the Seminary, but which could be equally well his from the many other organizations for which he labors in an untiring, modest manner Purim Celebration • ** &f i *t ftnrSH+r Children of the Religious School and Hebrew Academy of Congregation Beth El will hold a Purim celebration in Dora August Memorial Hall on Sunday morning. March 21st. Mrs. Pertes is Chairman Announcement was made this week of the appointment of Mrs Rose Pertes as membership chair man of the South Florida Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Obituaries LENA BRECHER anil two ilauKhti %  ., NATHAN LESSEN s. of '•••! Magciore .\ i n Manh :m i %  re '••'> • Harold and atop daucbter-lo-lan Un Sylvia fried* in. .-• • were on Htn, .n th.Miami R th n ni In Klai if David • MORRIS A. LtWiS '•• %  *l! % %  .Ilins Ai.niif. ,].. Man h Igtfc .H Ins hurt-.-. A resident for 14 years, ii.caiaa front Ji.-lri.il an.| is surviv.il by his wife tunny, and thr.-e bmtbora. im-lutling •1. of Miami, and two sister* OM w.re on March lith. at Ml. amii nitKta Kiveraide. with intercom in Muun' %  haul 'Vmetery. SAMUEL BENACH ... of 170 Jam.-Avenue, died on March 12th. Hirame heru newaa yean, ago from Detroit and in survived by his son. Henry, of Srarsdale, • N( J orlt *"<• a dauluer. Mr. Anneit Robinaoo, 1 .etn.it s,-i\.. ,.. JIK i Interment were in Detroit. ISRAEL KEMETSKY JJ, of 1201 Marseille Drive, who rame here six years ago from l'hiUi.Wl:ihia died on Marvh 1Mb In a local hospital. He was a retired aheetmetal worker Survivors include thr^* daughter*, Mrs lteba Sihwartr. Mrs. Sylvia WinKler and Mrs Jean Kamin all of Miami. Services were on Man h llth at Reach Memorial Cha|..l. with Interment In Mount Sinai Cemetery. CHARLES FRIKM.AH 54. former chief of the S and C. svndii-ate. died on March 5th. Servloe* were on March 10th at Miami Ilenrh Riverside, with interment in Mount :\ebo Cemetery IDA ZABARSKV .5. of 12. SW 30th Court, died on March J*lh. Cordon's Miami Funeral Horn* was in rhirsr of arruniremt-nts JACK MELOON .4. of US SW 12th Avenue, died on March 12th. Cordon's Miami Funeral Home wa in .-barge of arrangements. „. MOLLlaPE. REIFMAN ... of u Island Avenue, died on Kriday. March 12th. Miami Beach Riverside waa in charge of local arrangements HARRY SCHWARTZ ... of 211 SW llth Avenue, wh here 15 years ago from Itrookh n Naw xork, died on Sunday. March 14tli, at his home He was a retired autornooHe upholsterer. Survivors Include his wlfe^ucla. Services were -on March >2th Th Gordon's Miami Chapel. Interment was in Mount Nebo Cemetery. Samuel Friedland (second from right) congratulates Charles JruchlrpanljMi the testimonial dinner which the Jewish Theological Seminary of America will hold in'ana honor on April 7th. Friedland, national vice chairman of the Seminary's Planning and Caaj,ppign Committee. will be a co-chairman of the function. Looking on are Michael Tose (left), a patron of the Seminary, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, member of the Seminary's Rabbinic Cabinet. Teen Age Coi Sets Purim The Teen Age Cnmw Greater Miami fefijg Center, Beach Branch l a sentative bodv ,,! all r~ 1 Age groups, his Ce its annual I'ur.m Carn lnJl Saturday night. March cording to Rod Leslie pre the Council, this affair, to be one of the most the year for Miami's tetjj The carnival will star, .. and continue to 12 ny/ "Purim Sweetheart" wiu| Proceeds from the card be donated to the Grtgtf. Jewish Community Center Participating clubs are,! Gamma Phi Delta, VubJ Amicus. Sigma LaroM? CHMiVeUors. Rebel,. KM quiff* and Sigma TatTL Beach Branch; Kappa Tat,] Gams, Omega Delta Psi.fl and Jigs, from the To*,) The following comnutw man are engaged in arrj dance, Carole Fine; fiua Clein; publicity. Mimi booths, Mike Heller, %  tions, Arlene Tarttti C^^fottti Mb /tie>u&OfU' wa^ote. GROWING WITH FLC IS OUR BIGGEST JO RIDA 1! Our Report for 1953 Shows How Soundly the Sunshine State and Sunshine Service are Growing Together • I lorida and Florid* Power and Light Comparry are really teamed up for progress! Just lookut the** highlights from the Company 28th annual report. Bountiful Honda and you II tec how. HOW FLORIDA IS GROWING... Wore 1 and man vacationer* are becoming permanent reauier.iv patting rssrida in the raaguard of (he nation a fastset-growing •tale. More market! are bring created new budueeees coming in fenetantly Agriculture, dairying, cattle raiaiag. and food processing are thriving Lsjht mdut anas nourishing Miami, now I be aluminum window and jalousie manufacturing canter o the country, boaata 24>% of all manufacturer* ladaatrial research %  • Lading aew profiti m natural reaMrcea all o'wtheatate Itorida a warm pahtical ctimale coailauea to attract new people, new I—hm. new mduatry. No atate income tai. Male real property „,„ „ dwaotrotin, innarlt—ca taaa* Na bonded debt Ptwaraanoa adacattoa. m ada m atate aad pnrate i Facta far 70-r nockot: l>awa*atiaa ap J4% haSpaar* retaU oaloa up44% farm *-* % %  %  • <*•*%.. bank dapoaila ap o*%. fore


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MY. MARCH 19, 1954 liomi Hodassah Pledges 0,000 Toward Sum Needed I Complete Medical Center Me Hadassah-Hebrew UniverL Medical Center in Israel stands | nnK stride closer to completion Ly following Sunday night's suctsful Midway Dinner in Miami W A A Rome 350 persons pledged upjrds of S20O.0O0. raising the naInwide total collected for the jjtv of Science" at Ein Karem L the $5,700,000 mark of a $10, ||,000 goal. _*n. Estes Kefauver, of Tenne9 V principal speaker, was prebed a citation as a "DistingushiDefender of Democracy" by Mrs. iris E. Goldman of Miami Beach, fner chairman. (J %  oseph Chcrner. honorarychairin of Operation Midway, was frded a plaque for "outstanding vice to Hadassah, Israel and all .y." The presentation was made [Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, toastjter and former national presipi of Hadassah. Jlrs. Milton Sirkin served as coFrirnian of the function, which fcrd Dr. Joseph Hirsh report that I center "will bring 20th century fence to all of the Middle East, jich now is the great transmisi center from the disease-afflict[Far East to Europe and Amerjtabbi Irving Lehrman of the MiBeach Jewish Center gave the location, and Rabbi Leon Kroi of Temple Beth Sholom said I benediction. Mrs. Samuel SakraK president Jthe host Greater Miami Chapter IHadatsah. announced a pledge [$20,000 by the 11 local groups aards the medical center, now per construction six miles from usalem. ^Jewlsiinrwirto+r, PAGE 9 A Mrs. Estes Kefauver congratulates Joseph Chemer following presentation of a plaque honoring him "for outstanding service to Hadassah, Israel and all Jewry" at Sunday night's Midway Dinner. Sen. Estes Kefauver, who was the principal speaker at the dinner which raised more than $200,000 for the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, looks on with approval. Cherner, Miami Beach and Washington, D.C., business and civic leader, was honorary chairman of the national function which attracted more than 350 persons. Dr. Einstein Honored Round World On 75th Birthday; Germans Comment Raskin Will Address Forum Saul Raskin will be guest speak%  er at a meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening, March 20th, 8:15 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Raskin will discuss/The Holy Ark in Jewish Art." He U a noted painter arjd authors-nffworVs hav ing been exhibited in 15 American art museums, including the Metropolitan in New York City. Raskin has published 10 books, illustrating the Hebrew classics. A Purim feast will follow the main program. Der Yiddisher Forum is a weekly feature of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. s trathHaven HOTEL On the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE Is Now Ooen to Serv* You for the Coming •Maori Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM MODERATE RATES for Reservations Phone 5-46*1 STRATH HAVEN [rganizations Put Alert Against mspiracy Continued from Page 1 A Ibe "cleansing" themselves or bpeasing." The Communists have denouncI Jewish organizations for oppos| Communism, branding even the pt distinguished groups as "Mcrthyite." This is done despite fact that it is demonstrably le that Jewish groups art in the wfront of the struggle for preKing traditional civil liberties. lis done without regard to the Bhip poll which indicated that Ire Jews per capita than memp of any other religious faith Iwsed "McCarthyism." The truth [of course, that those who singly adhere to the Jewish faith sessanly believe in social jusTherefore, they reject Comfiism as well as totalitarian tac"> the guise of anti-Commuhously denouncing the McCar• %  walter Act. the Communists •critically forget that the So• Union has had an even worae Carran-Walter Iron Curtsin e 1917. The Communists rail pmst the United States detention %  W provided under the McCarw?' ^"rity Act but their wwcal motherland is just one detention camp. They grimly P. against the freeing of war P>"fls and remilitarisation of Lv A^ rmany They swk to potAmerican antiZionist tendenn ""l-Semitism at the same Pe they ns s t that anti-Zionism pwti-Semitism are things apart Lb .K" 1 "^ 1 co *ntries. MeanPe ,he Darry Worker accuses Eot?r?K S of having been, g^e^attempt to murder j Continued from Page 1 A demic freedom submitted by the Emergeny Civil Liberties Committee, sponsor of the meeting. In his replies. Prof. Einstein hit out sharply at 'inquisitions," Congressional investigations of political opinions of individuals and "witchhunting." The New York Times, in an editorial on Prof. Einstein, noted that his contributions to the world of science have changed the lives of his contemporaries in this world, despite the fact that so few understand them, and quoted the late George Bernard Shaw's remarks that Einstein's name will go down in history with those of Pythagoras, Aristotle, Galileo and Newton. The editorial also paid tribute to his political belief in democracy and liberty and declared that "his genius is for mathematics and philosophy, not for politics." German newspapers are devoting considerable space to articles, photographs and drawings of Prof. Albert Einstein, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, Bonn reported. ROSED ALE RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. 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PAGE 10 A *Jen 1stfhrldlar Miamians Honored At NCCJ Dinner Second annual Brotherhood Dinner of the Florida Region. National Conference of Christians and Jews. Monday night honored three Greater Miamians who have contributed materially to interfaith understanding during the past j ear. Leonard Csina. banker. John B. Turner, oil executive, and Carl Weinkle. retired food chain owner, were the men cited. They represent the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish communities here Principal speakers at the dinner included Dr. Abraham L. Sachar. president of Brandeis University, Dr. Frank P. Graham. IN mediator, and James H. Twohy, NCCJ national vice chairman. Lashing out at the "bully boys who preempt the headlines and who are grave hazards for our democratically anchored Institutions," Dr. Sachar told his audience that "their antics and their hullabaloo must not divert us from equally grave dangers that threaten the fabric of freedom." He said that too many of these attacks; have resulted in many of "our great governmental minds" return-: ing to private life. "One of the great casualties of our time." Dr Sacher added, "is i ur sense of indignation. The most -it r-. i kupon our rights upon, our laws and sanctions leave unoved Dr. Graham called for "sound ican policies for the Commu: Nations He told those the dinner that i resident Eisenhower must be {hi to prerv< ; he tr. tj making power of and that further dev< I: the Point Pour technical sistance pn ram to foreign naI • iiy. third principal speaker. id th.it "at thicritical hour of the Brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God must main avowal every%  Carl Weinkle Community Singers In Sunday Debut Debut concert of the Jewish Community Singers will be held; Sunday evenin;. March 21st, 8:15 p.m.. at Miami Beach High School, 14th Street and Drexel Avenue. I'nder the direction of Ben Yom en. with Margaret Yomen acting as accompanist, the music group will present excerpts from the famous Jewish operetta. "Shulamith." bj Avrobom Goldfaden. There will also be a dramatic presentation in h, I salute U> "30(1 Yearof American Jewrj The presentation will highlight aspects of Am-; erican history \ mg feature pi rformers to appear ut the concert will be kfeline Kulhanjian, lyric soprano, arid Jul-| dramatic U-nor. Bazaar at West Miami Two-day bazaar and carnival is luled by the West Miami Jewish Center for Saturday and Sunt 5720 SW 17th Street. The offair is being sponsored by the sis• rhnod and will start at 8 p.m.. Saturday evening. Open House Here Openhouse for Harvey R Klein, who is running for State Legists tare from Group 2 in the Democratic Primaries in May will be held at his headquarters. 1603 SAY. 8th Street, on Wednesday. March 24th. 1 p.m. 4'hasv I vtlvral Han Annirvrsary Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association held Open House on j Monday. The three Chase In,., tioni 1100 Lincoln Koad. 425 41-' Street ...'id 7474 Collins Awn;ie. received congratulatory mranigas on the occasion of the institution s 20 vears of activity in the savings and loan field. ("(incurrent with the 20 rear cala bration. C L. Clements. s r chase Federal president, announced the organizations publication of a | magazine. "Tropical Living." dedicated to the memorv of Frank A Chase. Million Square-Foot Tract Bought Here 3y Miller, Setter Joseph Miller. i>f the Miami Pro vision Co., and Harry Saffer, presl •:. %  Brol a Miami food brokerage concern. were tinweek revealed as the buyers <•( .i I land adjoining Air i in* Haiti main hue between MW 48th and 5Ith Strei The tr.ie! extends westward to ith Avenue in Hialcah. The real estate transaction reportedly the iggest undeveloped industrial trad remaining in Dad* County Reliable spokesmen listed the sal* price in excess Of S600.000. or more than S6.000 per acre It measures 1.275 feet in width and 3.275 in length This approximates more than 4.000.000 square feet of land area. Miller and Saffer purchased the tract from the estate of the late Meyer B. Shanbarg. Saffer -.ait negotiations are already under way with three national concerns, one a leading meat packer, for warehouse space. I he Seaboard. Saffer explained, has agreed to build a lead track through the center of the site from north to south which will triple the amount of available track frontage. "If Hialeah authorities are willing." he added, "we will I 1210-foot strip along the western edge lor multiple family housing. "This we believe would -erve the dual purpose ol providing an acceptable buffer strip between the industrial area and residential area west ,,f 9th Street and busing for employees ol iirms who leaM in the area." Both Miller and Saffer are active in civic and philanthropic circles locally. Thej are active m the Nat.onal Children's Cardiac Hospital and have been associated with Greater Miami < JA drives. Ardinore Leonard Stuart Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levy, cf 2931 Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvaht this Sabbath at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the celebrant. Leonard is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Louise Chapter to Meet l.ouiChapter, American Jewish Congress, will meet on Monday. 1 p.m.. at the Cadillac Hotel. Guest Of honor will be Miss Naomi Levine, national director ol the Women's Division of AJC. "At Level Sunlight." by Maurice Samuel, will ba reviewed by Mrs. I. M. wcin stein. Krasner Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memories of the late Emma and Jacob Krasner. formerly of 1458 SW 1st Street, was held Sunday, March 14th. I p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Survivors include a son. David, and two daughters. Miss Batelts Kr.,sr:.-r and Mrs Annette Williams. Arrangements were in charge ol I'alir.ei". Miami Monument (o.i.pany Since its founding, the savings Tamara Chapter Meeting id lo:.n in^iitui..... I;..J M and loan institution listed more than 32.000 accounts by the end of 1953. with upward of'7.000 home loans made. In addition to insured savings accounts, (hase Federal Savings offers monthly payment home loans, bank money orders. American Express Travelers (hecks, -afe deposit boxes at the North Beach of, fice and special savings accounts -in the form of Holiday and Col1 lege Clubs. Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Worn en. will hold an annual Punm meeting on Tuesday evening. March 23rd. 8 p.m.. at the Tide Ho tel. The program will include an Israeli motion picture and a skit Participating will be Mrs. Lillian Stone and Mrs. Shirley Gross, ac cording to an announcement by Mrs Ann Frank, president. Udells Are Hosts Mr and Mrs j dck ldell wi| ^ hots to residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged at their monthly birthday party on Tuesd., ning. March 23rd. A traditional Punm party is scheduled under the direction of Jack Fishman V To Mark Purirn I L *"•*•• '"•• Congregation will •hold a Purim Festival on Sunday I evening. March 21st. 6 p.m. accordin* to an announcement here by I Saul Meringoff. president. Arnold Grant, son of Mrs. Dianne Grant and the late Lewis Grant, will become Bar Mitzvah at the Sabbath morning service of the West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Arnold has successfully completed and passed the test given by the Bureau of Jewish Education and sanctioned by the Rabbinical AssociaWANTED CLARA BORNSTEIN BURNS, about 60 years of age. born in Barlad. Rumania, to the Solomon Jaroslavicis. She came to the United States 1910-1912. Her husband is Carol Burnstein Burns. Thev have two children, Sibille and Solomon They are being sought by SYLVIA GOLDENBERG, of Nachliel a Beit Nagar. -Hedera, Israel. She was born in Bucharest. Rumania, on November 18, 1817. Her parents are Saly and Herman Jaroslavici. and she arrived in Israel on OcW Shupack Unveiling The* dedication of a moniunent to the memory of the late Beulah Shupaek. formerly of 1100 Venetian Wav. will be held Sunday. March 21s(. 130 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Shupack is survived by hrr husband. Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hecht; a son. Robert, and three sisters, Mrs. William Sernoffsky. Mrs. Irving Goldstein and Mrs. Fay Olin. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Holstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Elmer R. Holstein. formerly of 2760 SW 34th Court, will take place Sunday. March 21st, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Mr. Holstein is survived by his wife, Lillian; a son. Joel; a daughter. Joan Lee; a brotha/^d f IFUr sisters Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are^sked to attend. ^ Ardmort Robert Sokolove. son of Mr ?c, d o !£* %  ^^ Sokolove. 4*18 Sheridan Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 20th. 10-45 am at,Temple Beth Sholorn. Rabbi Leon Kronish will ofI ETX' SZ**?a s,udent l I Lhril Sh0l0ra Re 9ius "rodeat Nautilus Junior High Mednick Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Mednick, formerly of 10021 NE 9th Court, will take place Sunday, March 21st at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Rackovaky officiating. Mr. Mednick is (survived by his wife Eva; two sons. Sidney and Harvey, also one j brother. Louis Mednick. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Krantz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Barney KranU. formerly of 1948 SW 21st Terrace, will take place Sunday. March 21st, 11 a m ., at Mt Nebo Cemetery with Rev David Blattman officiating. Mr KranU is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Esther ii Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. Friends and relaWolkoff Unveil^ The dedication of 7 to the memory of ,il!S Wolkoff. formVnj,,ftfl Street. Hialeah. *S ^M Sunday. March 2K, 3 ^f Sinai Memorial P 1 P *J with Rabbi Harrv P r„ the Hialc.l, Miami Spfa Center, officiating u* is survive,! by a *>„ g Arizona; t„ daughteW becca Wein-tein and Wn two sisters. Mrs TilJi, Mrs. Mamie Axelrod.1 York; and a brother of Philadelphia Arranin charge of Palmer's! ment Company, Kriendl fives arc asked to attesM Abbott Unveiling The dedication of I to the memory of the L Saul Abbott, formerly si 19th Terrace, will uktl day, March 21st. 3 pm J Cemetery with Dr JOMJ official in g Ishe Saulij by his parents. Mr and! old J. Abbott: a sister,L and his grandparents. Sba J. Abramson. of Miasffl and Mrs. Sam AronoviuT lyn. Arrangements are iaj Palmer's Miami Monua pany. Friends and asked to attend Rayvis Unveiling The dedication of 11 to the memory of the I Rayvis. formerly of 13751 Street, will take place) March ?lst. 2 p.m. at Cemetery with Rabbi | officiating Mr Rayvis by his wife. Bertha; a: a daughter. MrSylvia! a brother. Israel, of Ph and four grandchildren.! vis was a member of B'rith, Beth David Cong and of the Miami Zionist! Arrangements are in d mer's Miami Monumei Friends and relatives are I attend. Diner Unveiling The dedication of a to the memon of the Diner, formerly of 838 fj vania Avenue, will take] 'day, March 21sl at 3 pm] j Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi] • Rackovsky officiating Mr survived by a son Harrr<| fornia; three daughters ti Mednick of Miami. Mn%  1 renkes of Miami Beach Clara Greenblau of Chk three sisters. Mrs. Leah W* Rosenfield and Rivka of Miami Beach Arranf in charge of Palmer's Ma ment Company. Friends. lives are asked to attend .j Esseroff Unveiling The dedication of a to the memory of the ml Esseroff. formerly of 1BJ Avenue, was held Ma 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cef Rabbi S. T. Swirskj i Mrs. Esseroff is """^"i! sons. Morris and daughters, Betty Rahfl be Kaplan. Rae TeppeTI Irvine; and a sister, mW lenson. Mrs. Kssemff •, member of the .Icwish r the Aged and a member! ami Beach Jewish Center. ments were in charge or -Mianu Monument CompaP/j Sandrew Unveiling, The dedication of a mojf the memory of the late "| drew, formerly of Ji Street, will take P** a i March 21st at 3:00 P m* %  Memorial Park Cemetery bi Max Shapiro offttJjJ Sandrew is survived oy band Benjamin; one sw four daughters, Mn LGreene. Mrs. BeatriceJ' Mrs Florence AdlerjM*^! Mrs. Theresa Br.skJ 9 York; also one brotherLevinson of Miami u ^| Mrs Bessie M^Sjft field and three RWgjg rangements are in ch*^y 1 Monument som?"*



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+Je*lstifk>ridlar} PAGE 11A ichar to be Honored at Brandeis rsity Dinner on April 1st in Delano %  ram L Sachar, president University, will be i ., a dinner in the Delano TThursday evening, April p.m.. by the Greater M L£ iltee ior Brandeis UniL up a committee of over ent citizens of the area •adopted" Brandeis as *">, their Alma Mater are Ben Danbaum, local business man, and Ben B. Gaines, motel operator. "The Jewish sponsored non-sectarian college which graduated its first class last June has been adopted by thousands of men and women throughout the nation to assure support of its expanding program," Danbaum and Gaines explained. Dr. Sachar, who will be the principal speaker at the affair, is recognized as a noted historian and one of the leading educational authorities on American life today. Before joining Brandeis University as its first president. Dr. Sachar was Professor of History at the University of Illinois and former national director of Hillel Foundation. Dr. Sachar, who flew to Miami Beach to address the annual dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, was greeted by the local Brandeis Committee at a luncheon held at the Delano Hotel. LEGAL NOTICE Be* Goines is of Variety Show pled for Lend-A-Hand D. Brandeis Free Sons of 199, and its Auxiliary, et for a variety show on evening, March 27th, 8 the Beach Branch of the Miami Jewish Community |rlollywood will be musical Participating are Abe \, Lilly Schester. Zeda DurMorris Conrad. Proceeds | the Lend-A-Hand Fund, arge of reservations are Dr. fechenbaum, Gus Schwalb, evy and Clair Bergovoy. \tor Pinchik is Contract famous ("antor Pinchik bepted his 20th High Holy pgagement at Congregation Israel N'usach Sfard in fimmiUee from the Chicago gatum vacationing in Miami i invited Cantor Pinchik to linal arrangements here. |committee consisted of Mor1 Kite, president of the conIon, David Schaffner, Leib I Samuel Sklar and Abraham per. J. Hyman, the Cantor's tntative, was also present. ^ial signins of the contract at a luncheon held in rath Haven Hotel last FriB'nai B'rith Women Slate Local Functions Dramatic Group of the North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will present comedy in one act, "They're None of Them Perfect,"' on Tuesday, March 23rd, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. Martha Bruce Morgan is director of the group. • • • Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah card party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, March 24th. 1 p.m. • • • North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will conduct its weekly menorah games Party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, March 24, 12:30 p.m. • • • The North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its first annual donor luncheon on Thursday, March 25th, 12:30 p.m., at Riccio's Restaurant. Rabbi Henry Okalica, of the North Dade Jewish Center will be guest speaker. Donor chairman is Mrs. Charles Hineser. Puccini Opera Slatod At U of M Monday The Opera Workshop of the University of Miami School of Music will present Puccini's Madame Butterfly at Beaumont Hall on Monday evening, March 22nd at 8:30 p.m. Directed by Dr. Arturo di Filippi and with Lina Maddaford, accompanist and coach, the opera will be sung in costume with chorus and props. r>u ward Doe, former university student and now a member of the Cincinnati Opera Company, will return to take the role of Sharpless in this production. Mr. Doe sang the role of the Bonze in the Opera Guild production with Albanese in January. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VILLAGE I'AINT IKIDV WORKS, at 736 E. loth St., Hlaleah, IntendM to register auld name with the Clerk of tin I'lrcult Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD H. SWEASY, Owner OBOflOE E. sciiri.Z Attorney for Applicant 11". I'lirtiuM Parkway, Miami Spring" l/le-M — 4/2-9 NOTICb UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the untUMreiffiied, desiring to engagiIn tmslnese under the fictitious name of M ri.lt PACKING COMPANY, at 50C north of Sheridan St. Road, east of an adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad track, Broward ('"iintv, Florida in<> street address) ALSO IMI B.W. Tznd Court. Miami, Florida, Intend" ti> reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts, Florida. HOLLYWOOD SLAUGHTERHOUSE, INC. KOVNER .V MANNIIEIMER Attorney! for Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc. 3,19-26 — 4/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1672M KARL MAXo.N CARPENTER. Plaintiff, FLORENCE BOYLE CARPENTER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KI-ORENCE BOYLE CARPENTER 1780 West 4th Street Brooklyn, New York. Ytll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are herebyrequired to serve a copy of your Annwer to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of April, 1934, otherwise a Decree Pro Cbnfesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Fl.oKlDIAN. Mated at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of March, 1954. E. II. LKATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk PAI.LOT, SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff Till Congress Building, Miami, Florida 3/19-28 — 4/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE Dr. Kress to Speak Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will have a regular meeting on Tuesday, March 23rd, 1 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. William Weintraub, president. Guest speaker for the afternoon will be Dr. Erna Klass who will speak on child discipline. ITS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI 0874 732 BlbC BLVD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DALE'S SINDRIEN. at 1041 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN RCHENSTEIN CARL EDWIN LIPTON Attorney for Applicant 927 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach o/l-;o — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS, NAME LAW NOTICE IS J1ERE11Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to rhgUge In hutines* under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO TEXTILES & Cl'SHION8, at 4r, N E. 19th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit OoOTl of Dade County, Florida. FLAMINGO TEXTILES, INC., • Florida corporation. Sole owner PALI/W, SILVER ft MILLOT Attorneys for Flamingo Textiles, Inc. 3/19-26 — %  :-:• Vourjtessover IMlW I I toKteutized DATES IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28539-A RE: ESTATE OF %  SAMUEL S SACKS. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby Riven that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ex*cd; tricea of the estate of SAMUEL K SACKS deceased; and that on the 19th day "f April 1954 winlaMfe f the Honorable W. F\ BLANToN, County Judge of Dade County. Florida for approval of said final report and for final discharge as BSectltrtoea of the Estate of SAMUEL S. SACKS. deceased .„_, This 15th day of March. 1154. MAE jf COHEN, formerly Mae J. Seltaer and ADELAIDE COHEN KOVNER ft MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Executrlcea J/19-26 — 4/t- NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS r*v, ** NAME LAW NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m bualness under the fictitious na*e of EDDIE'S SERVICE 8TAT ON. at 58* Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Intend, to regieter aald name withthe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. ^^ 8o e QWBer ELI BRBOER Attorney for Applicant 2S. IJneoln Road 3/l-M — 4/8-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32246 B In Re: ESTATE OF CARRIE MAE SMITH, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mav have against the estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de1 late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims >r demands to contain the legal adIress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be burred. Date March IT, AD. 1954. OLIVE I!. SMITH, As Administratrix of the te Of CABBIE MAE SMITH. DelC.lSed. MILTON II. RICHMOND AttOI n. i for OllVe II. Smith I — 4/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A In Re: ESTATE QJ WILLIAM IUHENSTE1N, I leeeaaed To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou, may have against the estate of WILLIAM KCBENSTEIN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida > to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within right calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or aame will be barred. Date March 15, A.D. 19a4. RAE RITBENSTEIN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN. MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 3/19-I6 — 4/1-9 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND "DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.JN CHANCERY HARRY A. ilUBERMAN. Plaintiff, DOROTHY. K. HI HERMAN. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO 7 ROTH Y K. HI'BERMAN ACE RUG CLEANERS *•*• South Rivr Drlr. Phonw 9-1155 & 82-2007 R UGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carp* Laying and Repairing FUHNITUBE CLEJUIBfa NOTIFIED for Divorce has been !" herebv required to aerve a < 4911 Surf Avenue Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY that a Bill of Complaint filed against you and you copy AtR ^dr Mimi'i.;;uh;Kiorid.'! and f.7e "he original In -he office of The clerk of the Circuit t ourt -m or r^tore "urll 19. 194, In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by >J>^ .... DATED this ,12 ^ A ^ R r M h A J. M Cleric, Circuit Court S/M-M.— /*-. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PAL1X>T, SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 7I Congress Building. Miami. Florida I N'THE" CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16728*. SALOME GILBERT, Plaintiff MARK (3 GILBERT. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARK O. GILBERT 150 Ocean Avenue Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has Been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are herebv required to serve a copy l>y ol plalnl rour Answer to the Bill of tomp on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th day of April. 1954. otherwise a Decree Pro Confess will be entered Thla notice eha.ll be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH FLfHtlDlAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 15th ' ou and vou re required to aerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the rlalntirrn Attorney. HAROLD TANNEN, 1009 Security Building. Miami. Florida, and file the orlginnl AnMwer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of April. l54. if vim fall tp do ao. judgment by default w|ll be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thla 17 day of March, 1954. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for Plaintiff ,led* Security Butldlnc. Miami. Florida, 1/13-M — 4/2-3



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JliexwiislhJEIliDiciidliiaiin JMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1954 SEC. B ashington Must Review Arab Policy, Lewis Feels By ARTHUR LEWIS Ijewish Telegraphic Aflency KITED NATIONS — If Wash„. could learn, then it would l to hrart the lesson Of the rel upheavals in the Middle'East. can the State Department its policies, its concepts of Jtegie defense in the area, on IJjuakint; quagmires of the Arab |es? That is a question that is £ asked here not only by the Eeli diplomats but by many Jr Western diplomats, as" well, lever has there been such an „. lesson as the "double trou• of the end of February. Here le the strong men. the really lie elements in the area. Major Ceral Mohammed Naguib of tpt and Colonel (or did be prole himself to General before he j kicked out?i Adib Shishekly of pa—and both had feet of clay, bnce the storm struck, and the lid no bigger than a man's hand was an uprising of the Druse, they collapsed. Their governments, the Syrian and Egyptian Governments, the most important governments of the Arab world which the State Department bad been eyeing so longingly, broke into biU. The comparison between the revolts and riots in Syria and Egypt and the prevailing calm in Israel is almost too obvious to make. Despite popular pleadings to stay on, Prime Minister Ben Gurion insists on retiring, and Prime Minister Moshe Sharett quietly takes his place. All kinds of political parties exist in Israel, including extremist parties, but there are no revolutions, no disorders, no camarillas, no groups of officers overthrowing governments, making presidents and then breaking them and making them again. It is Israel which is the only stable country "in the whole region, and that fact seems to be clear enough to everyone except the be\ews Required to Tell Officials Their Religion By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON — united states isular officers overseas are now %  uiring Jews seeking visas to fcrtify themselves as "Hebrews" Ipite the f;ic! th;it such inquiry lo religion violates published Ite Department regulations. Itembers of Pro.estant and Cathie faiths who happen to be white identified only as members of i white race without any indicaln of their religion. But Jews are (ted under Article Sixteen on ka Form FS-257 under the headj&. 1 t IS f SS ard WQS coor dinator PhiFn^ era,0r of ,h Del* aLu Alumn AssadEC ofM. Qnd fashion L" he M one Carlo HoK helT d< T THe !" ororiii • honor ,he |ln -w ys 37,n anniversary. CrCf' £ ,Uart Shapero. ing of "race" as "Hebrew" rather than white. A case in point is the issuance of a visa in Tel Aviv dur ing February by Margaret L. Allen, American vice consul. Nationality of the applicant was correctly described as Israeli but the word "Hei>rew" was typed in to m e et wi t h the racial requirement. The applicant considered himself to be a white citizen of Israel and, by religion, a Jew. It was difficult for him to understand the re quirement that he be designated racially as a "Hebrew" rather than as a member of the white race. The US Embassy in Israel and American consular officials elsewhere who seek to label Jews are violating State Department regulations. It is clearly stated in Section 42-30A, Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, that "the requirement of the (McCarran-Walter) Act that an immigrant shall state in his application his race and ethnic classification does not pertain to his religion." An official declaration was made by the Visa Division on August 29, 152, which "categorically" maintained that visa applicants were not required to identify themselves as Jews. Later, Edward Maney. the present Vista Division chief, said "it will be left to each individual applicant to state what he considers to be his race. ." What the Visa Division failed to say, however, was that if the Jewish applicant did not consider himself a member of the "Hebrew" race, he might not get a visa. It was true that he did not have to list himself racially as a Jew, but neither did he have to get a visa. Thus, after a delay of several months arising from "normal" McCarran-Walter red tape, the visa applicant finds himself confronted with a suggestion that he identify himself to satisfy a racist concept. He has little alternative. The question was first raised by Herman Edelsberg, Washington representative of the Anti-Defamation League, on March 14, 1952. Mr. Edelsberg wrote the Visa Division that the ADL was informed that "in the case of persons of the Jewish faith, consular officers have in several instances typed in the word 'Hebrew' in the space provided for the answer to the question 'race.' This, of course, is clearly an improper characterization since Jews are a religious and not a racial group. We should like to suggest, therefore, that if for any reason you see fit to retain the Continued en Page 7B mused Arab experts of the State Department in their offices in "Foggy Bottom," Washington. The Israelis probably know Colonial Gamal Abdel Nasser, the new Egyptian premier, better than any foreigners; they once had him in their hands. They surrounded him and his brigade during the Palestine War in what was known as the Faluja Pocket. The Israelis got to know him fairly well because it was Colonel Nasser, then the Brigade major, who negotiated with them and obtained the battlefront agreement under which the Egyptians were allowed to retire with their weapons and their flags flying. They found that he was a realist despite the fact that he was an extreme nationalist; they noted, too, that he was very bitter over the defeat which the Egyptians had suffered in the Palestine War, and the corruption in Cairo. Of course, it was Colonel Nasser who led the officers' conspiracy | which overthrew the Egyptian Government, deposed King Farouk and put General Naguib in power. It was he and his clique who ousted General Naguib and then had to bring him back because of the popular demand. All the confusion in Cairo, the claims the Communist officers were responsible for what happened, would be amusing if they were not a reflection of the instability of the whole area. The return of General Naguib is taken as a sign here of the weakness of Colonel Nasser and his ruling clique of officers. It has given rise to a prediction on the part of serveps here that the present government of Egypt does not have long to live and that there will be yet another upheaval in the Middle East. Henry Montor (left), vice president of the State of Israel Bond Organization, is shown meeting with Israel's Prime Minister Moshe Sharett in the latter s office in Jerusalem. Montor, who journeyed to Israel in response to an invitation from the new Prime Minister, conferred with Mr. Sharett on plans for the mobilization of financial resources for Israel's economic development. The discussions stressed the importance of plans for the final phase of the Israel Independence Bond Issue. which terminates in May of this year. Cypen, Rose to Chair Bond Dinner March 24 rr UM "Sketchbook Now in Rehearsal Out to top last year's earnings for local charities, the University of Miami annual student musical, "Sketchbook," is now in full rehearsal. Featuring words and music written especially for the 100-cast production, it will be staged at Dade County Auditorium on March 26th and 27th. UM bandmaster Fred McCall is coordinating the student variety "extravaganza" that dispersed more than $2,500 to ten Miami charitable agencies last year. Lyrics and music for this year's show are by Al Foster, with additional material by Emma Von j Zamph and George Beverest. Joe | Mascola has arranged and will conduct the musical. The score will be played by 24 students of the School | of Music. Aiding McCall as directors are | Betty Jelenick. Carla Christensen, Seda Khyan. Carl Curtis, Al Hock man and Harley Joseph. Also appointed are Fred Albert, sets; Judy Cohen, costumes; Sy Honig, business manager; Leslie .Greenfield and Pat Segall, tickets' Jack Plumb, programs; and Marty Rosen, publicity. Last year's beneficiaries from the net income of the production were Variety Children's Hospital. Combined Jewish Appeal. American Cancer Society, Heart Association, St. Alben's Day Nursery. Community Chest, United Cerebral Palsy. Dade County Crippled Children's Society. American Red Cross and UM's Ashe Scholarship Fund. Judge Irving Cypen and Joe Rose, operator of the Royal Palm Hotel will be co-chairmen of the Israel Bond Organization dinner honoring Mrs. Miriam Press in the Di Lido Hotel on March 24th. Mrs. Press has been named "bond salesman of the year" as the result of her efforts on behalf of the State of Israel in the Greater Miami area during 1953. Mrs. Mai tilda Ratner is dinner chairman, and Rabbi Abraham Cassel is toast master. Reservations to the event may be made by calling 58-5561. or visiting Israel Bond headquarters at 1622 Collins Avenue. At the same time Mrs. Ratner revealed that principal speaker at the dinner will be Esther Herlitz, First Secretary of the Israel Embassy in Washington. One of Israel's highest-ranking women officials, she will bring to the Miriam Press dinner a sound knowledge of the factors at work in the expansion of Israel. In the past few years she has held positions of great importance both as an Armyofficer and as a civilian in diploma tic service. During the Arab siege of Jeru salem, Miss Herlitz was second in lot Rott command of the Chen—the women's batallion of the Defense Army of Israel, serving in that capacity until July of 1948, when she was appointed Acting Head of the United States Division of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1949 she came to America as an advisor to the Israel Delegation to the United Nations and, in February of 1950, was named Deputy Head of the Foreign Ministry division in Israel. The following year she was appointed to her present post and has taken a leading role in the sale of State of Israel Bonds in this country. Proceeds for Youth The Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold its weekly minyon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday. March 25th, 1 p.m. frvuvf CyjMft Pioneer Women's Group To Hold Purim Affair Greater Miami Council of Pioneers Women will hold a Purim Masquerade Ball on Saturday evening, March 20th, 8 p.m., at Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Participating groups include Club No. 1, Club No. 2. Golda Myerson and Kadimah. Awards will be given for individual costumes, according to Murray Baum, master of ceremonies? Music will be by Jack Donnet. GMJCC Plans Spring Frolic A gala spring frolic and dance is presently being planned for Saturday evening, March 27th, by the Adult and Golden Age Program Committee of the Miami Branch Planning Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. William Zuckerman. chairman of the committee, and Bernard Weksler, chairman of the Planning Council. It is expected that the affair, which will become an annual affair of the Planning Council, will bring together friends and supporters of the Center. Music will be provided by Jack Murray and his orchestra. As a special feature, the Nowakowski dance team will demonstrate various kinds of dances. Others serving on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Finkelstein, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kleinman, Mrs. Anna Levine, Mrs. Leo Glasser. Mrs. Shirley Parton, Mrs. Louis Sternshein, Mrs. Bernard Weksler, Miss Maralene Lurie, Miss Lillian Novikoff, Bernard Segal and Hyman Kam.



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PAGE 2 B l ouHhrklten Near-Complete Self-Sufficient Farms Are Envision, By NURA LASKY Jewish Telegraphic Agency I much less than at present—will continue to be imported, cultivation of sugar beet and oil containJERl'SALEM—Almost complete mg p | an t s such as groundnuts and self-sufficiency in Israel"? agricul-j cotIon u ,u be stepped up to lUCh tural sector by 1960. as part of the, an ex |,. n t that considerable WtJewish State's endeavors to attain ; p i UM ., 0 | processed foodwill be economic independence in the not, available for export The qunMty • too distant future-is envisaged in ; ,„• loVMly^^fbwfl groundnuts and a seven-year development,plan recotton i. according to the experts, cently pubh.-hed by the government. It is an ambitious plan, and it requires much capital investment and people ready to become farmers. But it should not be out of the reach of the possible. Draft No H. athe blueprint is called (for it succeeds two previ >uplanning endeavors which were, however, entirely unsuited to prevailing conditionsi was prepared by the newly established Joint Plan ning Board, made up of represents fives of the Government and the Jewish Agency. It calculates that by 1960. the foreign exchange deficit in the farming sector will be about S19 million, compared with an $87 million deficit for 1952 and that by then Israel will have an annual so high th.it it payto grow them on a \ :i-t scale Already Israel is importing low-oualitj groundnuts suitable for oil extraction at purtitu her excellent nut h.. which are (etching wr> high prices \id. Contrary to the advice ol some : AI>. its, tbr Plan advocates near-self-sufficiencs in animal feeds, but ,ii the same time it restricts the arei t" be set aside for fodder growing. This meanthat expansion ol herds and fowl flockwill be severely curbed, with Ihe saddening result for the popu button thai during the next six war.it least, they Will continue to be restricted in animal protein con >umption. meaning in plain Ian ge that they won't be able to yield of farm products worth S22S ,.. .;; %  >,, .... ,,. ,i steaks they million, which is much more than „..,,,, However, with the expandouble the present output figure s ion of pasture land, particularly in Moreover, 23 percent of the yield hl M mi-arid Nege. area, sheep six years hence will be exported, cal .. M .,| with comparative!) to earn the foreign exchange sma l] outlays, and Israelis will have ie continued purchas .. „„ d ,,. • %  .•• the EastThese tents, with temporary dwellings shown in th background, still dot Israel's ccaaJ abroad of wheat and fodder—in which Israel will not becomi supporting for a long) r pi ri well as coffi i t< i, industrial equipment and plants With the aim ol attaining the %  'maximum possible food products n for the population thai cat vestment and within the ; possible time." main stress is laid on improi lable kind, rather than itexpansion, Tinis to be done chiefly by means ol more than trebling the present irrigated area of 150.000 acreBasing population figures Bt th.end Of the period at 2.000.000 (that is 340.000 more than now) and calcu lating that a parson eats in a year what can be grown on a quarter of an irrigated acre ibar breadgramthe blueprint concludes that in six years, this target will be within very close sight The underlying idea is that the present intake of 2.600 calories must be maintained, even if the composition of the diet is slightly changed in one direction or another. However, the target cannot be reached unless the arming population doubles during this development period There are now 42.000 farming units. aru ) f or tnc pas t two years it has become increasingly more difficult trying to persuade people to move to the land. Bread, fats and sugar production will get first priority, even at the expense of an increase in livestock, ern Al The pro. ran unds ambition-. • %  call it a "dream '* Its I ment presupposes investment of close to 295 million Israeli pounds $170 million, excluding outla} for the kej irrigation pi which are financed by other cies, but nevertheless, setting aside more than half of the I aying the Irrigation network. There is, of course, bitter opposition to the scheme, particularly among the farmers. They assert that it from -now on new settlers will have to be content with crop raising and to forego allocation of ,i tlock of chicken and %  goat or two or even a cow, there will be even fewer volunteers to move to bhe land Eggs, milk and meat in comparatively easy money. whereas recent over-production of vegetables cannot serve ai a sufficient Incentive, despite government guarantees of minimum or taking up arming. Economists are critical, among other things, of the planners' export program, it teems Impossible' ,,t thistage to calculate how much i hairmvn \amvd Beach Chamber To Mvuvrt* Haw To Move Quarters llrUatUe Belle Davis, Miami attorney, and MrJ. B. Davidson, clubwoman here, have been named co-chairmen for the campaign of Anna Brenner Meyers, candidate for Circuit Court Judge in Group 5. A native of Ellabell. Georgia. Mrs Davis came to Miami in 1926. and has practiced law here since 1936. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce will soon move to its new home at Washington Avenue and 17th Street, leaving behind its present location at Fifth Strict and Alton Road into which it moved in 1926. Still using the facilities and most of the equipment that was designed for a director and two secretaries at that time, the Miami Beach She has been president of the Chamber of Commerce has grown to a director, two staff men and ten secretaries. Henry Love has been appointed by the Board of Governors to head a committee to raise funds to purchase new equipment. Prospects for raising funds this week included donations from Myer Friedman, formerly of the Saxony Hotel; Leo Adeeb. Board memi foreign exchange Israel will earn in I960 from the export of citrus fruit, early vegetables, bananas, tobacco, groundnuts and the like. Wine exports arc listed as a major item, but considering that France already now has large surpluses of well-known vintage wines, they ask how Israel can hope to sell la'rge quantities of wines abroad altogether. There are also other unknown factor.-, .-uch as the development of i the country's Arab farming sector and Israel's relations with her Arab i neighbors. For if a peace treaty is Signed during this period and relations are initiated, the entire agriI cultural policy would have to be reviewed. In that case. Israel would most probably import a large part of her food requirements from her Arab neighbors, as was done during the Mandate, and would have to concentrate on raising those crops which she can export most successfully. However, the planners point out i that their blueprint iand J main flexible, and ll A revised periodically ,nth(j actual developments. Achin and failure will be \& analyzed carefully and adji made wherever necessary. Miami Business and Professional Women's Club since 1952. and is a member of the Dade County. Flor ida. and American Bar Associations, the National Association of Women Lawyers and the Florida Association of Women Lawyers. MrDavidson, who resides at 718 NE 95th Street, has served the Community Chest as vice president, secretary. Board member and since the latter would require Too' firman o the Woman's Division. I ^uZ£ta!USE p^pr^ vast areas for the production of she *" president of the Dade dent and owner of a I iner.ln vLd fodder. Present annual foreign curCount, Federation of Wo-tn', ISrmS^.irt.i^^^ S um^of^rtmS h Xn er M-. campaign ££* -^^3 tance. Although more than half he-d ^'BNyTTrl Rabbi JoMob E. •45 Michigan Aft*! Miami Beach MADE E S H D A I LJ Tempting. /ksafc*** This rich-Sn-nufrrlion food is a wonderful way to ac'd variety and taste appeal to your meals. Crcan!ns;s c!l to •*• Hover unsu-FW**1 o'so ovoi/oo'e ^*i' ^a^— ^EfrQ^y ^ w" ti* '**'' SIUUUL SJWDIL fan Kim,* 1*1 Miami vice chairmen in the Combined Jewish Appeal meet with r, !" ,-v. CherUcaf (seated center) to plan coverage of •wJPSSLSZJi ^%^XZ^V community drive. Shown seated (left to right) are Oscar Zeltzer lark M r^L mo ^' Ilza >on Mrs. Chertkof and Mrs. Sam Gertman. Sfanding Z?5£ gg £* %  *"** <**** man of the Businensmens Council. Stanley H. S*2l T£ !" !" ^^.^dk* Toppell and Jack ToppeL Not shown u vice chatanan Dr Harry QueenT' ^ *** l } HOTEL DINING ROC | fl 47* ItMl. M*—I % %  "* $ DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED %  te.iw..r/€tW Wto"



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MV MARCH 14, 1954 tericon Friends Name Officers letter Miafni Chapter, AmeriRriends of the Hebrew Univermetlast week at the home of Oida Rubin, 5901 North BayDrive. t<> olPrt officers and ^Jmrlxtncrkn^ri PAGE 3 B nulate plans for its coming acues. Rubin was named president ie chapter. Other officers include Dr. Philip Gotlieb, president of the Executive Council; Joseph Shawmut, Joseph Lipton and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, vice presidents; Harold Jaffer, secretary; Mrs. Max Dobrin, parliamentarian and financial secretary; Samuel Sapiro, treasurer; and Benjamin Meyers, membership chairman. Communal leaders in civic and philanthropic work here came to the dinner meeting and heard Captain Jack Brass, of Israel, relate the importance of the American, Friends to the Hebrew University in Israel. Captain Brass has been a principal speaker at several Combined Jewish Appeal functions, in, Miami during the past few weeks. Dr. Joseph Weidberg; president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, had previously met with Mrs. Rubin over a period of a number of months to map the program of the local organization. Honorary chairman of the American Friends is Dr. Albert Einstein, professor at Princeton University in New Jersey and world famed physicist and mathematician. Offering gifts toward scholarships for the Hebrew University were Dr. Gotlieb, Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Meyers, Dr. Weidberg and Harry Simonhoff. Zamora Marks Purim Zamora Jewish Center will mark | Purim on Saturday evening, March 120th, 8 p.m.. at the Center. WAITING LIST: 100,000 *"*'0 tl .,„, """IH'lLD Give more in 1954... UNITED JEWISH APPEAL must meet great needs totalling $119,921,150 .^"ed I, r .el Appeal • Joint Distribution Committee • United Service for New Americans 166 West 46th Street, New York S6, New York • Yes, 100,000 of Israel's immigrants are praying for the day they can move from tin huts into real homes. Only a handful-those who have waited longest-can do so now. Meanwhile, men, women and children on the waiting list face spring rains under leaky roofs, summer heat in airless shacks, winter nights with little warmth because there aren't dollars to move them. The house they pray for isn't your dream house. It's only a room or two per family, a tiny kitchen in the corner, a bathroom off the hall-but to these newcomers it's Utopia. What a change from life in a drab and dreary transient camp! With help from you, today, the United Jewish Appeal can act promptly to aid those who wait-can make possible more homes, more agricultural settlements, more pipelines to irrigate the land, more implements to cultivate it, more opportunity, decency and hope. You helped to save lives-now help to build them. Give todaymore than ever-for those who wait and hope. Give for life, growth and freedom-to the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. In Greater Miami... Your One Gift Serves 54 Causes through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL



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PAGE 4 B u~Utnnr*Mir Torah Luncheon is Due on March 25th Second annual Torah luncheon Will he held at the Di Lido Hotel on Thursday, March 25th. 12 noon. Guest speaker will he Mrs. Pearl Krau.ss. vice president ol the National Women s'League, ifl chairman of the affair in which auterhoods of live local conservative Synagogues will participate is Mrs. Sam Pucbs. Acting u co-chairmen are Mrs. Harold Shapiro and Mrs. Harry Lauffer. Participating sisterhoods and their Torah chairmen are the liesdames Frank A. Rose. Beth David; Leonard Wolffe, Miami Beach Jewish I'enter: Jack Kinklestein. 1raelite I'enter: Max Friedson. Zamora; and William Greenside North Shore. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. Southeastern Regional president of the National WomenLeague, will he among honored guestpresent. Funds raised will be used for the Fternal Light program of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and for the education of young men hoping to enter the Rabbinate. The First Drama Trio will present a dramatic -kit Featured are Mr-. Gershon Miller, Boris I er and Bob Lyons Guesl speaker Mr-. Kra iss a member ol the National Executive thi Nal i il Ex< i mittee "i Torah Fund and is chairman of Torah FundS| Bun "For Jewish people to go through life witho it and how much by thilack ol know i riije. ilike gr ping one's wa) through darkness according "We mu-t enlist widespread aid tn support and • inary's program il we are to secure ind future tor Judaism in this country For while it idesi for our nun education, it also prov li for the edification of nonIMJ liiunity and understanding be) US." FRIDAY, "In Traffic, As Always ... Do Unto Others" reads the sticker placed on his car by Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami, to set off a chain reaction traffic courtesy campaign. Helping him is Mrs. Juanita Lynskey. president of Dade Business and Professional Women's Club which sponsored the courtesy drive. The bumper strips, supplied by Florida Power & Light Co.. as a public service, were given to each club member who placed one on her car. •frirish Homv to Blvival Plans for Uroundhrvakina n de Hir-ih Meyer vice lent, and S I Bernbaura. chairman of the Building Commit: 'hi Jewish Home for the \. • I will report on the V tural plans and groundbreaking ceremonies for the Ablin Memorial Building at a Board of Directors meeting on Sunday morning, March 21st, in Douglas Harden-. 150 N'F 53rd Street. Miami indbreaking for the Ablin rial ischeduled for Sunday afternoon. April 11th. on the groundof the Home. Peretz School Sets Purim Banquet Here The Y I. Pelet/ School of Miami Beach will celebrate its traditional Purim banquet on Sunday. March 21st. 6 p.m. at the Lyceum Pupilwll] open the evening with Purim songs and recitations in Yiddish under the direction of Louil Lasavin principal. Students of the Yiddish High School will have %  ->mpoMum on H. Leivick, hilife and works. Participants are Norma Klein. Riva Kaplan. Leah Zebit. and C'haim Davis. Bluma Browser will be moderator. A purim play based on a story of Sholem Aleichem will Nominating Committee will V^ ^^X^??^ ^forming will P ., slate ol officers for the IS 'J^T^^^^S^ 1 ^ Homo for 1054-58 at the Board and Netiama Sidney D. Ansin ichairit the committee, and its other members are Leo Allen. Daniel M Broad. Barr,e> B Lee and Harold Thurman OS for honoring pioneer leaderof the Home will be announced '•> Judge Harold B Spaet, chairman Ol the Pioneer Committei > o chairMr-. Benjamin App Broad Present officerof the Hon llasia Jesolowsky Waksberg. The banquet will be prepared by the Women*! Club. WorkmenOr cle Branch 692. Proceeds will go toward the upkeep of the Beach Branch of the Y I. Peretz School. the only Yiddish. KBOOI affiliated tti'h the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mm. Pearl Krouss Israeli Children to Benefit Mrs. Rose Perte-. pre.-ident of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, this week announced a card party and luncheon in honor of MrLouis Stillman on Wednesday.March 24th. 12:30 p.m. at the home ol Mrs, William Clein. 1860 SV\ 4th Street. Proceeds are for the Matzo Fund of the children in Camp Ranana. Israel. Mrs. Rachel SSkowitz and Mrs. A Rosenberg charge of reaervatii Mrs. Rogers is Hostess Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz, of the North Shore Jewish ("enter, adKunnan, president; M J Kodressed the Discussion Group of l chairman: Judge Henrietta Stokj Hadasaafa on president; Eternal Wednesday Mrjiarr\ B Rogers baum. de lhr-ch Meyer and David ol 16<)1 Daytonia Road, was hostess ips, vice president-. Dr. Jo at her home. seph M WetdiK-rg. treasurer; Archie Gl financial were tary; Mrs Sol Silverman, com spondinu secretary; and MrM -, Krieger recording secretary. 4 Detroit Club Marks Purim Detroit Social Club held its annual Purim party on Thursday evening at the International Hotel Participating in the progr am were lurice Mamctx -. of Beth David Synagogue, and Mr-. Lillian n. pianist, MrRosa Johnton School of Dance presented a production entitled "Starof Tomorrow." SEND YOUR BOY OR CIRL TO A TOP JEWISH CAMP! • Ullll IAJT or ntirt ATOP THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS of TENNESSEE "i-cooc. HM • .T • Three Hundred Acres ol Beau-v/ Complete Camp Program for tiful Mountain Country with a (.aildrtn from 6 to 16 rears ol Country Ninety-Six Acre Spring-Fed Private lake in the Center • Healthful, stimulating physical and mental activity in a pleasant Jewish atmosphere — DIETARY IAWS OBSERVED MRS. BEA KOMISAR Owner and Direct** Over Twenty-live fears o/ Campi Ixperience. For Brochure and Information — 168 Third Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessee. Age Including: Canoeing Water Skiing Sailing Motor Boating Fencing • Boxing Athletics Tennis Archery Rillery Creative Art Ceramics Dramatics Arts and Crofts Charm Program Dancing Fishing Trips Oat Morse Back Miami, Florida, Representative: MH6. ERNEST CHERNOFF 101 S.W. 23rd Avo., PH. 4S-4115 Hadassah Review Due "But We Were Born Free." by Elmer Davit, will be reviewed by MrI M Weinstein at Temple Beth Sholom on Tuesday. March 23rd. 1:30 p.m. Mrs Morris Alpert icoordinator of this Greater Mian.i Chapter of Hadassah project. Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICS HOUR with The Dean ol j, with Co-aerator* MORRIS NASATTR INQUIRING REPORTER QUESTION: Wliy ore you devoting time and money to the WOMEN'S DIVISION of the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL? Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 North Meridian A v e nue, housewife: "There i10 much inner sati-i.ie lion in'givina help (p those who .• by, snaring the things. In [iff fh.il 1 my&tf enjoy. I like fh inspfre nth< \t woiflen Id 'do (he BUM, and they are grateful to me for interesting them to work. There is much happiness in working with people We gain a richer underftaniHm of the world and its problems. By taking the chairmanship of the Women's Division Luncheon Unlimited I feel as though 1 am spreading sunshine among a greattor number of people." Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, 5925 North Beyshore Drive, housewife: "I feel it is the duty of every person to help others who happen to be in less fortunate circumstances and who need assistance. To those who wish to shirk responsibility and who say 'Am I my brother's keeper.' we reply, 'Yes, we are our brother's keepers' For is it not written: 'All Israel are responsible one for the other.' Mrs. Arthur Burred, 526 West 50th Street, housewife: "I feel it a privilege to be a part in all community affairs. That is why I devote my time and efforts and give as much as I can afford financially. I am specifically active in the Women Division for I feel that as a woman 1 must share and take my part of the total community responsibility." Mrs. Sol Silverman, 1SS0 Jefferson Avenue, housewife: "1 feel that every Jewish woman in our community has a responsibility to our Federation As citizens and individuals none of us make any real sacrifice comparable to those of our brethren in Kurope. Being President of the Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged makes me even more cognizant of the needs of our participating agencies and of our people in Israel." Compose,, I„j W Submi, M m ^\ enter their Worktoll u.l Miami BeaSS*-} rtfor National *£$* 2nd to 9th IQS.4 %  „. l q Brotman, *££•"$ %  T he of National Music M ers' Night. wtl The final program.) lected by a board of judges. The concert wi|| k May 3rd. 8:30 p.m.,,,, attraction in the salon sored by the Fine Arts! tory at it, recital Island. NO BETTER VAL NEWYI Judaeans Meet Business meeting of the Greater Miami Young Judaean Group was held at the home of Regina Brummer, daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Philip II. Brummer, 1326 15th Street, on Wednesday afternoon. SAVE TIME. SAVE MONEY tall joy your itoy in New Tori ami you slop ol th Irifsdlyf Hotel. Only one block tail Square and Moditon Squat G A few minutet walk lo loteG other 'omout ottroctiont. 404 live rooait. eoch with prink! radio. (Tolevi lion ovoilooktM A*d batl ol oil-xodtrott ratal $4 single— $6 doumj Garage AccommodtfoSj Writ* for fRCfc dcsalpthtl and '"Spec r.l Courtesy ( >oiph lo'inlr. 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lY.MARCHlO|M leMfh*1cto%n PAGE 5B ,. Meeting to Feature Business and jssional Report for CJA Thursday „ er meeting featuring enlent and surprise guest arThighlil" the final report [the Business and ProfesLision of the Combined kppeal. it is announced by Heiman, chairman. Lnual report meeting is set Jrsdav. March 25th, 6:30 Ithe Panorama Room of the ; Terrace Hotel. -,en and workers reprel m ore than 40 trades, in1 an d professions throughJe County will be on hand it progress reports in their (divisions The Trades Dibs exceeded 57 percent of eign quota of $770,000, ac|to Heiman. trades group to go over the The 135-* campaign is the %  Division, headed by Ben lAided by Mux Orovitz and Tteran campaigners, this dithieved 176 percent of its '$5,000. Igroups expected to go over %  at the Thursday night dinT are: Produce, headed by Cskind. with a total of 87.5 percent reported. Personal Services, with Albert Hirsch as chairman, has announced 85.4 percent of its quota. The Real Estate Division, headed by Leo Eisenstein and I. Shapoff, submitted a report early this week of 80 percent of its quota of $60,000, and the Accountants Division, headed by William Kneapler, is now at 77.6 percent of its goal. The Food Division, behind the leadership of Aaron Weinkle and Bernie Stevens, announced 70 percent of its quota, and the Lawyers Division, headed by Harry Zukernick and Leon Epstein, reports collected pledges in excess of half of its assigned quota of $50,000. Joseph Mechlow, w'.nner of last year's "Worker of the Year" award and chairman of the Restaurant Equipment Group, has announced more than 50 percent of his goal already pledged. Mechfow is assisted by Jerome Adelman. John Serbin, chairman of the Needle Trades Group, has reported pledges amounting to nearly 53 percent of his quota. Other divisions which have reJ with campaign results in the Paints, Chemicals and (rare Division is chairman Al Sherman (second from ...wn with his CJA workers at a Rosedale Restaurant on meeting. Left to riqht are Mac Lubin, Peter SilverBusiness and Professional Division chairman, Sam J. (in, Sherman and Julius Slade. More than 40 trade divi! seek quota of S770.000 in the 1954 Combined Jewish zICKEN SOUPS *Pnr.MtEm ?^fflE en soups... With Motzok BaW Krenlath • Noodles <&& Rice-CU N Social tor Wind on Friday A night of games for the blind and their friends will be held pn Friday, March 19th, at the Home Milk, Inc.. 2451 NW 7th Avenue, from 8:30 to 10i30 p.m. This social is one of a scries of recreational evenings which have been scheduled by the Dade County Chapter of the Florida Feden tion of the Blind. Functions will be held regularly on the third Friday of each month to play cards, checkers and dominoes, as well as to dance and sing. The March 19th party will be cosponsored by the Hialeah Chapter 1231, Women of the Moose. Other \ organizations interested in co-spon[ soring one of the recreational evenings ,may contact Mrs. Sylvia Salzman, corresponding secretary of the Dade County Chapter of the Florida Federation of the Blind. ported more than 50 percent of their pledges collected include Building Trades Group, Arthur Shandloff, chairman; Drugs and Sundries, Sam Goldman and Jerry Stern; and Electrical Appliances, Larry Friedland and Max Meisel. The traditional trades report dinner annually attracts a record audience, and some 300 persons are expected to attend the event. Guests of honor, in addition to celebrities, will be members of the campaign cabinet, representatives of the Federation Board of Governors and general campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner. Program Stresses Human Relations Samuel E. Weinfeld Memorial Fund. In charge of arrangements were Tobias M. Simon, Lodge ADL chairman, and Leo Steinman. A special program highlighting %  democracy and good human rela-1 •ions waR nresented Friday at the Biscayne Elementary School by the /Win etamation League Committee of North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Participating were Pancho Segura, tennis star; Jake LaMotta, former boxing champion; William business manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers,' and Ross Sobel. golf instructor at Barry College. The program was arranged by the Lodge ADL Committee and the Plans Made for Banquet Plans were completed at a meet ing this week of the Hebrew Teach ers' Association of Greater Miami for the organization's annual ban quet scheduled on Sunday, Apri 4th, 7:30 p.m., at the Sterling Hotel. uqdrine NOW JTSfl Yon Can Drink All The Iced Ten You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce. For the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! ttM IAKIIS OF "OVENTglSr IUNSAIHDI MATZOHS Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. I NX. 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. 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PAGE 6 B 9-Jewlsi>ncr*n*n "yAY^MAfrn, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Choir Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: 'Sacrifices of Life" and Mrs. Max Greenberg. and Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. HowBETH JACOB CONGREGATION Will hold Purim services Friday morning at 7:30 a.m., with the second reading of the Megillah. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach during the Friday evening service on: "Writing a New Scroll." Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. with the Rabbi discussing: "Today's Purim." Cantor Aaron V eingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 a.m.. under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kid clush will follow by the Sisterhood. Cantor Irving Robinson will ren i der the musical portions of the. liturgy. Robert Strassburg. organ | ist. will direct the Center Choir Sharon Press, daughter of Mr and ( Mrs. Gilbert Press. 231 Santillane Avenue, will become Bas Mitzvah during Saturday morning service.at 10:30 am Subject of her ad dress will be: "Loyalty of Jewish i The Oneg Shabbat following will ard Levy, will take place duHni bt given by Mr. and Mrs Saul the service. n.,.v ~rv., .r. I Daughter^ • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the MT mon: "How Can Judaism Survive in America'.'" A special ritual lor the Festival of Purim will be read Shalo.s Seudos. John I by the Rabbi Cantor Jacob Born stein will render the musical portions of the UtUI with Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Aaron Weingarten acting as hostesses. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m In!lowed by Howard will be host. Rabbi Mecheloff will speak on the Weekly Portion. A daily lecture is held on Jewish laws and customs between the 6:15 and 6.45 p.m. services Morning services are at 7 and 8 a.m. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary ahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Purim — Viewed. Reviewed and Previewed." A class in Talmud will be conducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitl It 4 30 p.m. Mincha iat 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos, when the Rabbi will discuss the Zohar.j Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren der the musical portions of the i liturgy. MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE GATION will hold Fridaj evening es at 5 30 and 8 30 p.m. Rabbi BonR fficiate the topic "Tribute MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 8:15 p.m dedicated to Sisterhood Sabbath Mrs William Weintraub. president, will speak. Saturday morning serviceare at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon April will preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portionof the liturgy. A class in Mi-hna iat 4.30 p.m. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will £old Purim services Friday morning at 8 a.m. Evening serviceare at 6 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky will officiate and preach on the subject: "Great Women in Israel The Oneg Shabbat follow ing will be sponsored bv Mr and MrBenjamin Sugarman in observance ol their wedding anniversarj Saturday morninu services are at 8:15 a.m.. when Martin, son 1 ; Tr Saturdaj rning en ol Mr and MrFred Smetter, wi lei are at 9 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Fridaj ei ening %  • %  • m with Rabbi Mor"' Skoi ting and pn aching i : the topici "Mordechai and Esitrasl ir: Jewish Loyaltv become Bar Mitzvah Mincha will followed bj Shalos los SemenOW. Saturday morning services are at 9 am when Arnold, son of Mrs Dianne Grant and the late LewiGrant, will become Bar Mitz van. Mincha is at 5 30 p.m., followed by Maariv and a lecture on the Weekly Portion • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv ; ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and preaching on the topic "Heroes and AntiSemites Saturday morning serv ices .ire at 9 am. when Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Jerome Jacobi. will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor Edward Klein will render the mu portions of the liturgy. BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening serviceit 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches of[iciating, assisted bv the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag Beth David will be host to a group fro mthe Wesley Methodist Church of Coral Gables. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's sermon is scheduled a-: "Opening New Paths In honor of National Council of Jewish Women Sabbath, MrJulius Spector will deliver a brief address. Honor Guard of Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jewl-h War Veterans, will present an American flag to the congregation. State Department Commander William Bender and Post Commander Oscar Rappaport will make the presentation Post Chaplain Jack Silver will offer the blessing Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenstein in honor of their son. Stewart, who is scheduled to become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 am Student services .ire at 10:30 am Dailj services are at 7:30 a.ts. and 6:13 p.m. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday morning services at 7:*0 am Evening services are scheduled for 6:10 a.m. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexander Gross delivering the sermon on the topici "The Jew i-b People and Their Role in History." Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Dally services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Sunday morning services are %  lated for 8 a.m. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating and discussing: "Hainan, Dead or Alive?" Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the .liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following wilt be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold services at S 30 and 8 30 P., Rabbi Alfred wlul ££2* £!^ e2L£ TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish Blank will be lay reade Julius Klein reading tb* H of the women's organim^ PLAGLER. GRANADA it COMMUNITY CENTER A Friday even.ng serv ices p.m.. with Rev LeoHtimrf' ing and preaching on the „ "Was Mordechai Justified*" %  and Mrs. Maurice Shan nil hosts at the Ones Shabbat ing, in honor of their net] son, Steven, son of Mr U Sidney Shaw, Elmhurst, 1 Saturday morning senior 9 a.m., when Rev Heimwilli the Weekly Portion o(ih>ij] Chant the liturgy. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood ZAMORA JEWISH CENTIU will hold Friday evening services hold services Friday at 83$ at 8:30 p.m. The service will be I with Rabbi Max M. Landan dedicated to the Broward Zionist I ciating. "The Origin ol the Rabbi David Shapiro will dish," will be the theme i[ Rabbi's sermon Mr. and Mnj Friedson will sponsor the i Shabbat in honor of their anniversary. Early eveiusji ices will be held at 5:45 po,| ducted by Rev Rudolf 11 Saturday servicewill bega] ajn. The Rabbi will "Truth and Tolerance." congregation will hold *r 11 a.m.. in the Maloff Room. I ices will be held at 9 am..! and at 7 am. weekdays 3i ft a.r y -"* %  *i % %  will atticiZrJ** "Great Women i, Jj, Maurice New m X J %  Portions of thelE* 1 by the (enter rh„ R direction „,t ,Nl Sisterhood will beh*** special Oneg ,Sh^ ^ R jnk ...ill I.%  Ts. District. officiate and discuss: "What are the Aims and Goals of the New State of Israel." Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the Temple Choir assisting under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Max Eichner and Mr. and Mrs. David Sternberger. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Por%  sisted by the Center WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Mar. 12 15) FRIDAY M O R N I N G 7 00 IS ; 30 I • %  % %  s oc 5 IS 6 30 "" 5 DO Din( 55i .. ; 30 sti • SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY %  • Him T< It..\ ; ,„ ,. | 10 00 %  i Show Jk : %  M •• Lamp %  • 00 V 30 H:45 .-.„ Inrt • 12:15 Lov< :. ia4s, Quid .. IAlih AFTERNOON M Tr bit ; I'n • ; Bl : I, With Ju,l> lt„. 1 30 2 00 8:19 %  ail n-l 1 \ '"[ :..-f S 2 45 V 3:00 Bl 3:15 3 30 Kt, g n Ih M1 V. 1 I '• 111 V lll*l W 00 4.15 4 30 45 llbson Martin V %  5 00 5 15 30 45 I Mr 1 %  • Hour Omnibua TTu7 \. .... Wi K 1.1 I 00 Sir 1 r,r IXvolat'n '0 v nan 6:15 Jark ,.f All Ro ? ?? f I *? R< n k Repp EVENING i:-i .% %  s> '"l' : T 7.00 7:15 7 30 45 %  • .1.1t 1 F Money etti Ri H %  %  i;. rnty f 00 .VI..,,,., 1:11 30 I E.45 Jckl Uleason Comedy II„,II Jai k %  I I IP|,(-r 11:30 1':4S World Premiere 12^00 r; 12:1S' T2:30 12 4} Sijn Off Show of Show* Hit Parade The Web W h it .\1 I...... stud .• 1 ine Pla The frac* 1 •..., HollenlMirh \ Mr.. Mrs North Rvereh'p Th'tre Medal. Theater .<•!. .N l.t Keat. I Newi Wether Man lid Badge 1 The Vagabond,! Sign Off sermon: Isaac Mayer and Stephen Samuel' Saturday morning services are at 10:45 am when Robert Sokolovi. son of Mr and Mrs Loui Sokolove. will become Bar Mitzvah < antor Samuel Kelemer will render the mu-ical portions of the liturgy BETH TFILAH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn vices are at 8:30 am. when Rabbi Joseph Rackovakj will officiate and preach on the topic: "Sanctitj in itProper Place'' At 4 15 p.m the Rabbi will disentitle Weekly Portion. Mincha i.,' 445 pm. followed by Sbaloi Seu"' arh Dally morning services are at 7 30 am., followed by a class in Mishaa. bfincha 1at p m followed by a clasin Jewish laws and customs. Gemor, rah class will be held on Tue-tl.,> at 4 45 p m TIFFRETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will hold KrHav '• %< I:!:: .it 8 :i() p.m.. with Rabbi l uis Cassel officl I ng on the topie: "Jewish Orient na at Home." This • the third m ., n riea of %  on "Life 1 ycle ol the .lew Cantor Albert Giants will render the mu-11..I portions of the liturgy. Mr and MrRalph Kline will be boats at th" Oni Shabbat I sring, in honor ol their ton, Matthew Aaron %  Bar Mitzvah will tak place during Saturdaj morning services • %  KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRSGATION will bold Pridaj evening 5 90 p.m %  at 8 M am" with Cantor Abraham Sell official' Mincha 1at 5 3ii p n bj Shalos Seudos Daih service s are at 8 am and (J p m MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold PWdaj evening sen ices at 5 and 8.30 p.m. Rabbi In ing L*hrman will officiate ami dia ] m %  "The Laughter of p unm and IK u aC,er ,hc Jew t'wlor Ihihp Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Jlabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Porjion The Bar Mitzvoth of Martin, ,„ of Mr (pomplete and JbependaMe 3We Sem M IAMI TITU & distract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANC Title amswr—ce Policies ef Konsos Cit* Title Inference Ce. 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MARCHJ09M %  tmi^tt nmt ittm ) Resident Airs Near East Problems NGTON UTA) P"*'nhower Tuesday transrmtoneress a report on the ""( ,hr Mutual Security J w hich said "the tensions |Arab and Israeli have not „ d only a precarious truce lined" u u esidenl's report, which L, s ix months ended Dell 1953. said: "Boycott fgooriand firms has been ] %  the Arab refugee probLjnaa tragic barrier to [harmony." It noted that over the Jordan waters ed hit red and bitterness Aggravated nationalism to which threatens the possibility of cooperative development of this vital resource." The report recommended military aid to the Near East, stressing the importance of the countries possessing oil. The report did not list any particular Arab League state nor did it list Israel as a suggested recipient of such aid. The Arab refugee problem, involving what was said to be 850,000 Palestinian Arab refugees, was (lc-.cnneei in the Presidential report in great detail. "These refugees," said the report, "constitute a serious problem which is woven inextricably into the economic, social and political frictions that afflict the NearEast." It said this f-to-Serve Dromedary Date Nut Roll is Unusual Snacks and Desserts ime. mealtime or party [e of the most revealing an inspired homemaker less Is her ability to comJelements of simplicity and in the preparation of uneats. jren the most fertile imagineda substantial starting an unusual ingredient or I that lends itself readily to variations. That is why d more women are coming Increasingly <>n the unusual of Dromedary Date Nut delightful golden-brown cake that comes vacuumIn tinready to serve at a notice. with crisp, chunky walnuts Bious Dromedary Dates, the Dromedarj Date Nut Roll fcmptiiu. delicate flavor that it ideal as a wholesome, deIsnack or the basis of an invarietj ol dessert! and reatSlice it thin and serve coffee, tea or milk; toast ly and spread it with cream marmalade or preserves; nth berries, sliced fruit or |e of several delicious hot tn make a specialtreat and simply tor your family fets. Jwhen the occasion calls for ling more festive, more rlab|i intless delightImedarj Dale Nut Roll ReciBt car. be prepared in a mat(minute-, with such successisults ihal they'll be asked bin an I again. One of these given below) is Filled Kar; Date Nut Roll — a desJith a partj air that goes far up even the most routine addition to its line, wholcfcualitv Dromedary Date Nut [like Hi. famous Dromedary |Mix< an I all other Dromebroductiprepared under I ol the Union of jdox Jewish CongregattoM of |' irries the famous pal ol i ndorsement that guarit is strictly kosher, Bt Reveal Religion pentinutd from Pgt 1 B although we can i on for its retenur consular officers be pcted thai it iinaccurate to %  rt such as 'Jewish' or 'He' designate a person's 1 wering a question race.'" | total ns 1943, Karl G. Harthen i i i: missioner of Impawn, ordi n d the practice of Wing Jew eliminated. Mr. I shocked by Nazi |h,< In wanted no vestige > on US visas. lt Nl ;Xl '"''Presenting majoc Mnizations, pursued the fon in 1952. On September [•<••! year an NCRAC an%  ••""'w was made that official K were rtTcived h '% QW Jews was not required. ^a the NCRAC was asked to ( l -ny violations to the State '•'m'm I Ins quieted furor at ne roday, we find consular L r kn "*'ngly carrying out the r aci-i designation of Jews [^ c "u>ed the original protest* Other popular items in the Dromedary line include such aids to kosher home-baking as Dromedary Corn Muffin Mix, Fruit Cake Mix. Yellow Cake Mix and six other time saving, wonderfully convenient kosher mixes that can be used in preparing literally hundreds of different varieties of cakes, cookies and muffins. A select number of these recipes have been incorporated into a Dromedary Recipe Booklet which may be obtained free of charge by writing to: Dromedary. PO. Box 1113. New York 8. New York. Dromedary Date Nut Roll. Cake Mixes and the famous Dromedary Dates, all of them products of the pioneer firm in the cake mix field. problem "remains as one of the principal unresolved issues between Israel and the Arabs." President Eisenhower considered "the most significant development" during the period covered by the report to be "the preparation of a plan for unified development of the Jordan Valley." It was said that Mr. Eisenhower has now asked Eric Johnston to return to the area "for further discussion as soon as the governments complete their review." It was estimated in the report "that 240.000 acres of land, now idle and unproductive, can be put into production if the proposed development plan is accepted. Most of this land would yield three crops a year. In addition, more than 65,000 kilowatts of power could be made available to aid the industrial development of the area." The report told of how "Israel is helped to stabilize its economy" through special US economic aid. Of the $26,000,000 made available in November, 1953, the report said that $20,900,000 worth of procurement authorizations were issued within two months. There was no indication as to whether or not Congress will be asked for economic assistance allocation for Israel for the next fiscal year. President Eisenhower PAGE 7B IN THE MAO. e*V"V V'V" V"V*'V Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I was interested in the comments made by Mr. Mindlin in his column regarding "one of the disquieting things about the Federation General Mobilization kickoff and the singular absence of youth." The observation is an interesting one, interesting in terms of "the singular absence" at this time and challenging in terms of the future involvment of youth in the community to the point where they may be helped to feel a part of it. In 1952, the B'nai B'rith Young Adults held a convention on Miami Beach, the theme for which was "How Can Young Adults Become a Part of the Community?" These young adults felt that generally speaking they were sort of "left out" when it came to central community planning, decision-making and activity. Following the convention, a committee was appointed to discuss this problem with Federation offiSatin Open* Keaeh Quarter* Dan Satin has announced the I ci als To make a lon t story sh rt Junior Hadassah to Hold Spring Dance Elaine Wolfson, president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, thns week announced that the unit featured at leading food stores > ho'd its "Spring Swing" dance everywhere. Filled Dromedary Date Nut Roll 1 tin Dromedary Date Nut Roll 1 • nackace cream cheese 1 tsp. butter 2 tmap. crushed pineapple (drained) Cut a thin slice off each end of\| the Dromedary Date Nut Roll. Using a sharp knife, carefully hollow oiit the center of the roll. Cream the butter and cream cheese, add half the crumbs from the center of the roll and mix well with the pineapple. Press the filling into the center of 'he roll, replace the end pieces and fasten with toothpicks. Wrap in wax paper, chill at least an hour before slicing and serving. —S.T. on Sunday. March 21st, 9:45 p.m., in the Pompadour Room of the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Fund raising chairman Elaine Schwartzman said that all proceeds will be used to help maintain Junior Hadassah's Children's Village in Israel. Assisting Miss Schwartzman are Carol Kahn, Myrna Wasscrman, Ona Kaplan, Ruthe Dixon, Harrictte Schapiro, Judy Wayne and Sandra Frogel. Society Meets Here Card party Dy the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Bikur Cholim Society was held Tuesday evening at the Shore Crest Hotel. i after several years of absence, Federation undertook to revive the Young Adult division for the annual drive. B'nai B'rith young adults accepted leadership, and as a result a B'nai B'rith young adult was elected (by petition, incidentally) to the Federation Board of Governors. I might add that an AZA boy of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization was in the role of leadership in the teen age division of the Federation drive. The answer to Mr. Mindlin's question is really simple—where the adult community allows for youth to share on some kind of partnership basis, youth will respond; however, where this is not the case, the reverse is the case. You know my experience with youth is that they are awfully busy people and have lots to do. If the adult community desires a response, it might take the initiative. Jerry Carver, Director B'nai B'rith Youth Organization opening of his campaign headquar ters at 68 West Flagler Street. Miami, and the opening of a Beach campaign office at 304 41st Street. Ben Zion Ginsburg is in charge of the Beach office. Satin, a local attorney running for the House of Representatives in Group two, speaking before a group of his workers at the opening of his Beach office said: "I am running for office because I feel that the various communities in Dade County have been given little or no consideration in the drafting of legislation.directly affecting them. If elected, I plan on having meetings with representatives of all sections of the county and by finding out their needs have the proper legislation enacted. It it all to evident that this has not been the case in the past". A resident of Dado County for 31 years. Satin has been practicing law here for 12 years. He is a veteran of World War II, serving 18 months in the Pacific Theater. Satin is a Past Exalted Ruler of the Miami Elks Club and is now chairman of their Board of Trustees. He is also active in the American Legion, VFW, Moose and is on the Israelite Center will hold a Board of the Jewish Social Service Purim show and dance on Sunday l*raelite Center Slate* Show Bureau and the USO Committee. Joe Villella at Beth El Purim Carnival Beth El Congregation will be host at a carnival in celebration of Purim on Sunday morning. March 21st, at 10 a.m. Principal guests will be children of the Religious School. According to an announcement here, amusement booths and refreshments will be features of the event. Joe Villella. of station WTVJ will preside over the "sketch booth." Supervising are Al Zissman and the Mesdames B. Kurtz and A. Felson. Also scheduled are a" puppet show, a costume parade and election of Queen Esther. evening at 8 p.m. Members who will participate include the Mesdames Israel Goldberg. Barney Weiclenfeld. David tlranai and Nathan Shenkin and Morris Aron. George Kessler and Harry Colin. Tropic Knights will furnish the music for the affair. General chairman is Mrs. Israel Goldberg, assisted by Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. Co-chairmen include the Mesdames Bernard Sirkus. Nathan Fragin and George Kessler. I WANT MY MILK H. i. Aaron M. Kanner. 1954 campaign chairman. LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 S.W 3rd St. Call 9-141$ Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 And Be Un Ot FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin TT Milk "MUk Prodacti" Decro Protected TEL 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oar Farm at %  lie of BM K*. A nPPr Cr**k



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PAGE 8 B *JmisUkr&&XL H^AY^MABCH K ] Ameri can Notables 1W6: Judge Moses Levy of Philadelphia By HARRY SIMONHOFF (Harry Simamkaifs tatamn, c—tiiMimm a strtts —iitM, American Notables, is being pahliskaa' fcy Tha Uwisk flarHia* as part of the tercentenary celebration at Jewish settlement in the United States.-The Uitars.) Needing an attorney-general for the cabinet. Thomas Jefferson wrote his Secretary of the Treasury, Albert Gallatin. "to inquire fully into the legal knowledge, judgment, and moral and social character of Levy." When the President preferred "a good lawyer, and rather that he .-tumid be from Pennsylvania" he merely reflected the current faith in the "Philadelphia lawyer." a term that became a popular byword for a sound, ingenious, learned and resourceful attorney. Gallatin grudgingly admits the legal ability of Moses Levy, but questions "if his practice be. as it is presumable, worth six or seven thousand dollars. Is it probable that he would give it up for the place of Attorney-General, and exchange Philadelphia V "---in Moses Lev '•< cupied a top place in t v u nguished bench and bar of Philadelphia in 1804 lh inl llecteal and political center of the nation Washington ua> yet but a swamp town on the flats of the Potomac. The intuitions of Gallatin as to Levypsychological ur,titnes< for Jefferson's radical cabinet were confirmed ears later, when the famous Cardwainars caae came up. The attitude of Moses Lev> as presiding judge reflects his innate conservatism, his lack ol sympath) tor the Mi : eal of Thomas Jefferson He would have been as out of as Herbert Brownell in F.D.R.'s brain tru-t The trial focuses the legal impasse thai obstructed the unionng ol bor in the future ar I of industn While M manding W her than t Of monev." for refusing to work with a master who employed such labor as broke their rules or accepted lower Pa> The cardwainers rase attracted wide attention as one of the first in America to prevent a strike or form a union^ Vet there were also economic, industrial, political and social factors involved. Merchants still accustomed to colonial habit.of selling imported goods looked awry at local made wares The artisan merchant making his article to order for each customer separately resented manufacturing at large for the wholesale trade This trail marks the slow beginnings ol the Industrial Revolution alreadydeveloping a stead) wage earning cla-s that would replace the haphazard, temporary or seasonal workers drawn from the farms, the fishing boats, the water front. Above all it brought to the surface the inevitable conflict between employers desiring cheap labor and workers demanding higher wages. The case also had its political repercussions The monied and propertied Federalists stood Jbg the employers %  whose rights were consistently upheld by the highest courts of England The Jeffersonians took the side of labor There waalao the implied issue whether the Engli-h Common Law. brought over by the Colonists, should be the ba-ic law of the land after independence. The Federalistfavored adopting the legal system inherited from I gland The Democrats opposed being governed by the decisions handed down in the House of birds. Judge Lev)-, caught in the center ol a politico-economic mid hard!) escape the alnwof the losing side Regai : personal sympathies, it would have been counter Is such titans in the law as BlackLord Mansfi) Alter citing these high authoriuded hicharge t" the |ury "that a combinalo maintain one another, earning a particular object. icriminal The jury found the -. helped to Itablish the precedent and striking until reversed in 1842 51 iv i : Massachusetts The result • famous trial pleased the powerful. tade Presiding Judge of the Pi-tnct i County "f Philadelphia. The fir-t of his stock Jo rjse above magistrate, he w „i est in that long list of Jews to become emi '^ American judiciary. Yet he is forgotten On i to ask why. There are several reasons Who V*'?""< preserve his memory? To Jews he was a chrLi **li Christians he remained a Jew, notwithstanding w "H ness from the community. The Federalists te\LM a Jeffersonian, and to Democrats he was HWTTN the party of wealth and talents. Never a !.N synagogue, he nevertheless belong., to American! history. 4 Background Named after his grandfather, the New York merchant and Parnass of Shearith Israel. Moses Lev'' born in Philadelphia in 1757 of a Gentile mother'' father and uncle had made the social grade when in the fashionable Dancing Assembly One tftteal 1 Jewish students to graduate from the University o(2n sylvania, he joined the Continental Army and was 31 the selected soldiers who made the celebrated crosSj I the Delaware on Christmas night of 1776 withG-jJ Washington. He fought in the battleof PrincetTl [ Trenton. Admitted to the bar in 1778. he became JJ those brilliant practitioners who made the Philadtjj I-awyer famous in American folklore .His painted portrait shows the scholarly fact M powdered white wig of an 18th centurv gentleman M hap* he was too steeped in the skepticism, then in| to pay much attention to church or synagogue. Nor exists of his baptism or membership in any denott The baptism of his two daughters ma) have beeni the insistence of his Christian wife In the will, heg "my body to be buried in a plain detent mannr utfj yard of St Peter's Church — near the tomb ol ny| and father" Perhaps he was content to live as a 1 and gentleman., free from attachment lo any fan] creed. Yet he was not always permitted to'furjttj origin. During the bitter political election \ear of 1 when representing a client who was a .'• journalistic hoodlum stooped t<> write i va-i^r-ertefl tacking Moses Levy as the Jew who talked turthei and not out of any political convict: Puchkoff Memorial Due Here Tuesday i %  :'lTi ent Mr. at hi* A' thoi ik writtet en ill Viddi! k • r Miiltui tstandl U ol I %  ii Mrs Puchl ft. of I*. Sponsors SuSvtn 4'onivst i %  %  %  now I the contest it: "Courtr Mannei nd How To A total of 3500 in colli arships will be awarded the final • %  • > with a fir-t prize 500 scholarship; tooond 11 scholarship; a third prize ol a bolarship: %  1290 • i or univt I the winners :ooa /sroef Prose Writers Discussed Schwart luthor arill continue a lecture senos for the Hebrew Teachers .-. minar on Wednesday, 24 h. at 9 p.m. He will discuss The Prose Writers of Israel at the Miami Beach Jewish Center The series is beins sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Hebrew TeacheiAssociation of Greater SJ iami Picnic for Academy Pupils Scheduled A Purim picnic will be held for Is of the Be March Inej Rubin pre-ident ol the Patters' Club, announced. >r the day will include competitivt .,, -ports, community -inging and folk danc ing Special prizes are being offered fag the Fathers' Club la ii ners. Cars will leave the Academv building at 9 30 a m. The iirst in a series of monthly breakfast discussions with Rabbi Leon Kronish wes held Temple Beth Sholom by its P^e-Confirmation Class. Guests of honor were Ronald Kalisho Jon Prager. who celebrated their Bar Mitzvah anniversaries. Standing are Michael Gord Leonard Ashbach. Rabbi Kronish, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Prager and Sydney J. GreenbenjJ Front row (seated I are Mr. Solomon Lichter, Helen Friedman. Marorie Sams'. Linda Chaijj ler. Rita Kamm. Barry Shein. Deane Schwartz. Ira Shapiro and Allen Shevach. Second td (seated are Susan Bernstein. Dorothy Don. Helene Soglovitz. Susan Cohen. Beth Kc?W Nancv Merntt, Susan Coleman. Lawrence Klee and Mr. Leroy Fienberg. Seated 'fourth n* are Mr. Tzvi Goldberg. Ronnie Friedland. Teddy Sokolsky. Billy Pine and Richard Hoberma* Standing are Norman Lachman. Herbert Tobin. Paul Fleisher. Gary Diener. Danny KovnA Richard MandeU. Robert Benach. Michael Kogan. Morey Moaa and Mrs. Rebecca Lpsoa Seven Lively Arts Joseph Mooney. Pier Park Recreation director and musicologist. will lecture before the Friends of the Seven Lively Arts. 2100 Wash ington Avenue, on Friday at 8 p.m. Hisubject will be "Bel Canto —The Forgotten Vocal Art." Also featured will be a dramatic readDr. Stalvey in Talk Dr. J. B. Stalvey. author and Professor of Government at the University of Miami, will speak at a forum meeting of the Society for. Ethical Culture on Sunday. March | 21st. 8 p.m.. at the Lindsey Hop-j %  kins School. The subject for his ad-1 •_>f the < hekhov comedy. The dress fe Some Ideological Facts in 1 Bear, with Louise Kirby. chaim the Present World Crisis." Profes0M and I>eo Forman sor Mark Waldman will preside. CEJWIN CAMPS P^Uei^H.1. <* %  mtoencssfve. coucATtom MOH-commcmciAL CAW L .nd and utt .pom; ^^^."S, diir> laws ofcKfTtd; culil %  Moot *• %  "•' c *T*Z,a tM Bnawaad •"X** • ••.. $410. SW /.r drwifi-i *' ,4 -".^_, 1 Jl W. • Jrd St.. mm lark Exclusive! Manischewitz Inner Wrap keeps your matzos oven-crisp MANISCHEWITZ The William Levitts were feted here on Mr. Levitt's 76th birth> day. The Ike Kaplans, their daughter and son-in-law. look on. | MATZOS^ WINE • EGG_MAT20S • CEFILTE FISH • BORSCHI • SPONGE CAKE Mftj



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JAY. MARCH M, 1954 h Sholom to Hold Annual Election, eting Sunday; Building Report Due election of officers and +Jewl3l)fk)rMlan PAGE 9 B nualdinner mooting of Tem%  li Sholom will be held on v evening. March 21st. in the L, banquet hall at 6:30 p.m. nMttag will begin at 8. Nominating Committee, Pd by Irving Rothman and ronZ of Joseph L. Arkin. Morris rt Judge Marry A. Grecnberg, pollack, Sam Stein and ScyBubin. has presented the folg date for consideration: •jdenl Ralph Spero; vice jenta Sidney I). Ansin, JoL Arkin, John N. Serbin and |cs Silvers; treasurer — Sam • Financial Secretary—David k; and general secretary— mder Rubin. Board of Directors for a -vear .term—Dr. Meyer EggLeon J. Ell (outgoing presi. Frank Kamen. Louis J. KrenJudge Kenneth Oka, Sol S. Dr. Norman J. Russ, Harry r. Samuel Segal. Jr. and Abe Ao: to fill a two-year termis Alpert and Louis I'ritikin; a one year term—Joseph Feand Simon Wolff, feature of the meeting will be resentation of the annual rein the form of a dramatic nare entitled. The Temple Will nil'." written and presented ahhi Leon Kronith, spiritual r. Participating in the narraviill be Cantor Samuel Keleainl S>(lnoy J. Creenberg, edunal director, as well as the LS-USNA Merger Itification Told ke Board of Directors of United lice lor New Americans took I ratifying action on recent prods to merge with the Hebrew tiering and Immigrant Aid Soand form a single worldwide ih migration agency to be United Hias Service, at its kend annual meeting at the i\ Plaza. he forthcoming merger will include the overseas migraoperations of the Joint DisJtion Committee Ratification fee merger agreement by the %  A National Board left only II and statutory lormalities in jway of physical consolidation ne two migration agencies. The Board had already ratified [merger agreement at its own ual meeting earlier this year. I Service, a constituent ley of the United Jewish apwdl continue to ho financed the ri \ throughout l54. resident Elsenhower, in a spe> %  < %  to the delegates, laudI r ttloment pro|ni and said that the efforts of fled Service in the field of initiation have brought important "its to the United States. Presidents of the Temple's affiliates: Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Jack A. Abbott and Fred Malakolf. of the Sisterhood, PTA, Men's Club and the Alumni Association, respectively. Climax of the anrrativo will be a report by John Serbia, chairman of the Committee of Beth Sholom Builders, and Charles Silvers, chairman of the Construction Committee, who will report on the progress of the new sanctuary' and will discuss plans for its completion in time for the High Holy Days in September. The decorative motif, which is being prepared by Mrs. Neal Kars. will center around the model of the new building. Foss Featured at U of M Concert The sixth pair of subscription concerts given by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra with John Bitter, conductor, on March 28th and 29th will bring to Miami one of the outstanding composerpianists, I.ok.is Foss, who will perform his own concerto with the orchestra. When he was only twenty, Foss won the Pulitzer Scholarship. His compositions brought him the Fulbright Fellowship, the Horblit Award of Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Prix de Rome. Foss won the 1945 Guggenheim Fellowship, the youngest composer ever to be so honored, and a New York Critic Circle Citation for "The Prairie," his cantata for chorus, solo voices and orchestra. The list of major orchestras which have performed the works of Lukas Foss, and with which he has appeared as piano soloist, include the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Mr. Foss has made many appearances as guest conductor with important symphony orchestras and has been featured as guest soloist and conductor of his own compositions with the above orchestras and with the CBS Symphony Orchestra and the New York City Symphony Orchestra. Society Meets Friday Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will meet Friday evening. March 19th. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Ettinger, 3261 SW 18th Street. Bess Toister, M. Meyer and F. Meyer will hold a Claes on public. sReaking. Mrs I'.. Bftpfift will slart,ii new chapter on "Ho'and) punt's ti Publiq Speaki TI u KOSHER FOR PASSOVER The Hebrew Academy Journal Committee celebrates with a victory luncheon recently held at Hotel.Good. The celebration marked completion of the Pictorial Journal to appear at a special function scheduled for the end of the month. Shown (left to right) are Samuel Reinhard, chairman of the Journal Coordinating Committee; Mrs. Irving Firtel, Journal co-chairman; Mrs. Benjamin Appel, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Samuel Ritter, luncheon co-chairman; and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, member of the Journal editorial staff. Compare flfttt IU # MIAMI BEACH SURFSIOE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Harding Avi. Ph. 5-3112 Ph. 84-6171 Pievte CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Sarfside HABERDASHERY 30th Tear en Miami Beach I* [then Compare mm w with vu O&M *M* WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hora D'oenmM Mad* to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all othar detaila arranged for jovt formal and informal affaire PHONE 3-5463 NIOMT*. OUNDAVS HOLIDAY! Pant President* To be Honored The Miami Beach Jewish Center will honor two of its past presidents on .Sunday evening at the annual meeting and Purim dinner dance of the congregation, scheduled for the Di Lido Hotel at 6:30 p.m., according to Samuel Friedland, president. Harry Sirkin and Joseph M. Rose are among the founders of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and have served in many capacities for more than u decade. The congregation will confer upon each the office of honorary life president. The annual meeting and election of officers will be preceded by dinner. Following the meeting, a Purim program and dance are being arranged by a special committee from the Sisterhood of the Center. Shochet Talk Due Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian. will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist Distrffct on Wednesday, March 24th, 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Shochet. who is chairman of the 1954 CJA General Mobilization here, has just returned from a trip to Israel made at the invitation of the Israel government. MATZ0 MEAL %  EGG MATZOS WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS *md ttiti PASSOVER PRODUCTS vvr>i in New Opening RIVERM0NT PARK MANORS A residence Club for Seniors on 7 acres beautiful Riverfront Ten minutes from downtown by bus 19 Open all year "A Home Away from Home" 1419 N.W. South River Dr. opposite Orange Bowl Phone 9 0992, 3-3241 General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars Electric and Acetylene WeldingCOULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 40 $.W. 8th Strati GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS rumlturi Tope. Bereled Mirrors and ResilToring Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORU.S IRVING GORDON MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. 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PAGE 10 B *JmtdJhd&£L FRIDAY. m .riR a T. QHORTS Securities and Exchange Commission (JIJUK AU bHUK 1 o r$ New „ Deye| nf |ssue .. Jewish Agency Plans to Move Former Mayor of Wiesbaden 10,000 Families to Farm Work Reinstalled; Was Nazi TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Jewish Agency and other institutions are preparing a plan for the transfer of 10,000 families from towns and cities to agriculture in the current year, Levi Eshkol. Finance Minister, reported at Towns to Villages conference held here. Mr. Eshkol said this plan was part of a larger one to divert 50.000 families to Israeli villages in the next lour years. Need More Immigrants, Agency Official Reports PARIS iJTA i — I>rael needs a "reawakening of the spirit of immigration" if it i> i" survive and flourish. S. Z. Shragai. head of the immigration department of the Jewish Agency, told a pre>s con ference here He said hi* current European trip was an endeavor to "awaken" the '"dormant will" of Jews everywhere to migrate to Isi .u l and to study the reasons for their "hesitation." Mr. Shragai said thai last year 10.000 Jews had come to Israel, but 8.000 had emigrated. FRANKFURT (JTA) Dr. Erich; Mix. the Nazi Lord Mayor of Wl baden when that city's synagogue | was put to the torch in 1938. was sworn in as new Lord Mayor this week, a few years alter he Wtl sentenced •>a "Nad activist No voice was raised in opposition at the ceremony, or in the local press just as no! a single vote was lered against him "hen the city Council held i!. eleel n in Janu ary, Austria Urged to Honor Jewish Claims, Wiley Says NEW YOKE JTA The Austrian Government was urged to honor the "jus! claims" of Austrian Jewish victims of Nazism and "not to seek to enrich itself at the expense of these victims. Th, call to the Austrian Government was issued .d a memorial meeting here marking the ltith year since the Nazis marched into Austria Principal speakers at the gathering included Senator Alexander Wiley, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jew ish Agency and president of the Committee for Jewish claims on Austria; Congressman Jacob Javit-: and Dr Gustav Jellinek. vice president of the American Federation of Jews from Austria, which arranged the meeting. Jewish Congress to Oppose Calendar Reform by UN NEW YORK [JTA The World lewisfa Congress has announced here that it will oppose India's proposal to place the item ol world calendar reform on the agenda ol the 18th session ol the I niti d N lion's Economic and Social Council as "a secular act which will have disastrous i ffects on re observances based on tra litional calendars" Religious opposition to the calendar reform which is behind Indiaproposal is based on the fact that in n Ihe Sabbath would full on working days, and thai these days would change from j i ar to year, it wa pointed out bj D.Maurici l P< rlzwi. the WJC consultant on l N affairs. Reform Rabbis Seek to Intensify Social Program NEW YORK JTA i A posal thai the 475 Reform Jewish congregations in the United States establish local committees to "put the social principleof Judaism to work" has been made by the Joint Commission on Social Action of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregationpro Israel Gift Ware Sold in 1,400 American Cities NEW YORK JTA Israel arts; and cmftl are now being sold in more than 1.4> 11 was announced here thl week bj officials ol Ihe bond drive The "Development Issue" is the title given to this second offering o| Bonds by Ihe State of Israel, the first, which was launched on Maj I 1951, h.i> ing been termed the "Independence 1-siie There are two types ol bondto be offered These Include intere-t bearing bonds, denominated 15 %  ; pi rcenl Dollar Coupon Bond-, and Capital-Appreciation Bonds, denominated lOyear Dollar S.i\ ingS Bonds. Interest on the previous issue had been al the rate of 3'j percent. I lie principal of all bondand Interest in Coupon Bonds are payable m currencj of the United States Coupon Bonds, offered at par, are sold in denomination of $500. SI 000, $2,500. S5.000. $25,000 and $100,000 Savings Bond-, offered at re in issue amount denominationol $100, S250. $500. $1,000. 000 and 5,10,000. Ifatur itj value 1IS percent of issue amount, according to spokestiK n here The t. rms ol lb:"Development Issue" include that the State will n deem any bond at the option of the holder upon demand at any time within two years after the death of the owner, that a holder of the bond may borrow up to 75 percent of the value of the bond, subject to limitations set forth in the prospectus and that the Development Bond can be cashed in Israel currency at any time at the rate of exchange applicable to dollars Other stipulations are that anyreligious, charitable, or education al organization which at the time of purchase certifies that the bond was aquired with funds earmarked for building or construction pur i may, upon declaration that' the amount is required for such j demand payment of the Kwart in Talk Discussion Group of V. ml Chap ter of Hadassah met on Thuradaj evening al the home of MrJoseph Schaffel, n sw 72nd Avenue "Interpretation of the Bible." w., hosen bj Herbert Kwart. Films at Library mi Public Library, Pre the I'll in Council ol Ami rlea. will sh m pictures in the e nomic education catcgon on End.,-. March 19th at 8 pm. rhi1. the sixth in the 1953 54 ilms previewed monthly. ull amount at any time prior to maturity and that the privilege of acnangm | Independence I.-sue Bonds f >r Development Bonds may Kextended by the State from time to time thereby enabling holders i-tered Independence Issue Bonds to take advantage of the hizh-r Interest rate and other featureof the Development Bond. Jemple fco^ Way Host Friday Temp,,. lsrM| w host to the Radfr Youl h Groupevening Methodi-t visits Friday the Tempi, on „, -j A social hour will f 0 O ,n 1 Sandra 8*2*' who announced the oca, other officers of ^ ";• Carl Sandier Paule Soul,., vice m Judy Seldman, trea suw elude r 1 1 B 1 *. iflE^iK. B3tBM Plans for the first international conference to provide aid for Israel were drawn up last week at a me Executive Committee ol the State of Israei Bond Orqa Among those who took part in the program to exp scope of the Israel Pond drive were (left to right) Scmn berg, mamber of the Board of Governors and naticndi] man for spacial sal?s; Henry Montor, vice president( executive officer; and Julien B. Venezky, chairman oil ecutive Committee. The conference, at which Ameria ish leaders will meet wilh delegates from Cancdc, Ik) Europe and Lat ; n America, will open at the Mayi!oI in Washington. DC Friday. March 26th. Interest on Regular Savings Account ON BALANCES UP TO '25.000.00 Compounded Semi annually • Payable June 1st and D; SAVINGS INSURED UP TO -10,000.00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS RANK BY MM PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI 'I lit SI IMK.WI ;o*ttC" Hillel Foundation Building is Opened at Hebrew University WASHINGTON JTA, The opening of the B'nal B'nth Hillel Foundation building at Ihe Hebn w American Group Plans to Expand Jewish Education NEW YORK (JTA) — Plans to expand its educational activities were announced here by Ozar Hatorah, agency for Jewish schools which supports 76 educational establishments in North Africa and the Middle East in which more than 15.000 Jewish boys and girls receive religious and secular education. In a statement by Isaac Shalom, president of the organization, it was emphasized that American Jews must pay more attention to the "forgotten million" of Jews in North Africa, Iran and _nd spiritual exchange between the -in *ntl Q| Israel and the fnited States, was announced here at B'nai B'rith headquarterAcquired in 1951. the former Swin Consulate building in Jerusalem has been remodeled and decorated for as a student center. use Mrs. Weizmann Named Head Of Mogen David Adorn NEW YORK (JTA) President Ben-Zvi of Israel has appointed Mrs. Vera Weizmann president of Mogen David Odom, Israel's nation-wide first aid service, it was announced here by Congressman Emanuel Celler, chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Red Mogen David for Israel. Mrs. Weizmann, widow of the first President of Israel, may come to America in connection with 'her organization's activities, the anFRF A/CM BfiFAD • E6C W_L AUGUST BROS, BREAD %  S-W 8TM 6TM6T, MlAMi rtORID*



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ricUari PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE KET'i.W name i,h l "S, r "V k f^JR Court > '""'•• Cuntjr, Mil; V.-I.K BHOB COUP. %  ;' rrunk -l L.-vin. President tfroVSlSch Shot Store '""MIOU'I.K KHOB CORP. jtj. Frank i Levin, Prealdent IT & I;I;.M-. %  t,\. fo Miracle Show EM I • %  UTce UNDER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW ,,.,, iIIKIIKIIY (HVKN that larekcnrd. desiring to engage In [l ril \\l TII.KCO.. HI ISS1 II W. V,'. Miami. Florida, intend.. r ,|, ( „amc with the i torh ,i( .-..urt .'I Dade County. .1 Wilts II RoTIIKRIIAM ,i'Y It KI.K1N ,• for Jamea II. llolherham I RiiildinK %  > %  .' < I J jiTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS y NAME LAW L |i-K IS HKRKBY OIVEN that ii,.1. desiring I" engage In ler '.In fietltloua name of [MIAMI APPI.IANCKK ALL L| TV BKRVICE, nl USi Wj [ r st lnt< ndi i" rertater wild iiii the Clerk of the Circuit ,,r Dadi i %  • int) Florida. EDWIN P. KRA88NBR Hole Owner B,KR a liARfl i,i. r. \ ... nt f\ Flagli r St. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 187113 l.ocis PBHHIN, Plaintiff. VB. OKOKI.IA PKSSIN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( i CECELIA PKSSIN 124 W. 74th Street Now York, N.Y You. CECELIA PKSSIN. are herebv notified that a Kill of Complaint for DKor.e has lii-oii fill,I agulnst inn, and you urn i<-..ii are required to i ii Answer or Plead" III nf c imlalnl on the %  iiff'-Attorney, I1KN E8HEN, BM Hd 11 -. M mil, Florida, and [h. .1, igin il or Pleading ol i the fli ik of the ClrI ,in or befori the 19th day uii. Ii, !:..",l. If you fall to do sOi irnr by ilcf.iult will he taken fchi yi.ii foi II relief demanded ill kill of Complaint. iNK \NI' ORDERED at Miami. Ja,. Uiii 241 ii day of February. RHi E. K. I.EATIIEItMAWi Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida. By \V.M W. STt iCKINO, |uit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. B8SE.N mey for Plaintiff ley hold Rldg., Miami. Florida I— l/a-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKJUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 167112 JOSE A HEIUMMDEZ. PUillitlff. i 'A N I >KI .A It IA II F.KN A N I iF7. I lef.ndant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: CANDBLARIA HERNANDEZ IT39 !•:. .larrlsoii Suci Bellflower, California You are required to nerve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, STANI.KY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ., 4L'n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and flic the original In the Office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court ^n or before the l-th -'* mi, ',, ,l,, r 'ng to engage in l.l.Kl'T • .,,".' ['ctiUous name or 17th A, L i' A NERB, St IN4B :IM,I N rln Miami, Intends "•"'name with the Clerk fkla rl f "^e County, HARRIET CIIARI.TON MMj.t, is "le owner) NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE In P. E8T VTi: OI BAM U EL s SILVERMAN, l. i To All Creditors' ami All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estati You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and dumands which you. or either of you, may nave against the estate ,.r SAMCKI. S BILVERMAN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, and file the same In their HrrlceS in the C>unt> Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the ilnte of the first publication Hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will he barred. Date March 10. A.D. IM. / %  / SARA SILVERMAN. As Administratrix of the Estate of ., „ SAMUEL S. SILVERMAN. I>eceased MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attornevs for Administratrix (5fl Sev'bold Bids.. Miami. Florida S/12-19-I6 — M" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 166596 JOE M ALVAREZ, Plaintiff. vs. MILDRED L. DAVIS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MILDRED I.. DAVIS Residence unknown TOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your Answer to the lllll of I nmplalnt for Foreclosure on chattel Mortgage encumbering p, i soiialty located in that certain place of business known an "Brass Rail' located it s-r, SW 37th Avenue, Miami. Florida, with the Clerk of the ( ircult Court In and for Dade County Florida, an,I serve a copy thereof upon KESSLKK *.OARS. Attorneys for Plaintiff. ITS:' West Flagler S'treet Miami, Florida, on or before the 1-th day of April, 1.".4. else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated: March 1. l"it. .... E B. WEATHERMAN, ci.rk of Circuit court By: M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under th fictitious name or FLORIDA AUTO SALES, at Htj N U l(th B| Miami, Florida, in 1 ,'"'' to register said name with the < leru of the Circuit Court of Dade < .mnty. Flor d "SAMUEL ... KAY JACK It WEIN KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attornevs for Florida Auto Siiles :i I-I2-1!-2I! ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNF MAI MARION C MrCUNE, MAI HRS'I l I Dl l< \i 1(1 ll Dl\(. Ml Wll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai •inundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINDA EXPORT, al 1413 8.W, Hit 81 1. Miami. Had,County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of, the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RICHARD PICK ZDENA PICK KPRT WELLI8CH Attorney -it Law Attorney for Richard Pick and Zdena Pick 1114-17 Congress Building, Miami, Ha. %  l :' — I S-12-Ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DILI DO DRESS SIKH', at al Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register (aid name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of D.ule County, Florida. ROSE HARRIS. Sole owner flEOROE J, TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Rose Harris 1/16 — S/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslKti.d. dealrtng to encage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of SUN BLEST HOME JUICE COMPANT, nt l-'l NAY. Hth Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with tinClerk of the Circuit Coert of Dade County, Florida, BUN BLEST CORPORATION OF FLORIDA By LEO NEMEROVSKI. President 2'2 — 1/5-11-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1664M IIKI.KNK ROKENBAUM, Plaintiff, \ s. MORRIS ROSENBAUM, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE • TO: MORRIS ROHENBAUM Residence unknown. Yon. MORRIS ROSENBAUM, are hereby notified that a Bill of C plaint for I ii voice has been filed against you, and you are required i- serve %  copy of your Answer or Plead-; ing to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, OEORoE CI'EK I'Ki i|-', 'i-iT-ll olympia Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Anawer or'Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Nth day of March, 1984. if you fnil to do so. Judgment by default will intaken acainsl you for Hi,relief demanded fit the BUI of i 'omplalnt. This notice shall be published once each Me.-k for lour consecutive week-. in THE JEWISH l-l.o|t||i|AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ISth day of Fein-nary, A.D. 1M4. K. P.. IJBATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By \VM W. STOCK l NO. 'Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk OEORME ciiK.KTk'oF Attorney for Plaintiff 07-11 otvmpia Building. Miami, Fla. 2/26 — 1/5-lS-ll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under tinfictitious name ,.i OCEAN SHORE MOTEL, at lMi"I Collins Avenue, Miami p.-ach, Dade County, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ef Daile County. Florida. THE PORBI.K CORPORATION. Owner BBRICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED Attorney! for Applicants IL'u Lincoln Road 2/!-2ti — 3/.-.-12 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COU „ORD/ RT DA DADE COUNTY, FL< No. 29977 A RE: ESTATE OF VKTTA EDEI.S TEIN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herein given that I I filed mv linal report and petition for Final Discharge .,.Executrix of I estate of viri'l'A EDELSTBTN, i I. and that on the T.th day of April, (MM. 1 will apply to the Honorable W. FRANK 111.ANTON --r FRANK i: DOWLINO, County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for i proval of said final report and for final discharge as i: %  of the Estate of VK'I'TA KDEI.STEIN. ii, l .,-.il This 1st day of March, I9S4 SADIE FEIN8MITH IOSEPH ZEMRL Attorney for Executrix ROB Lincoln Roa.i, Miami Beach, Fla. J/5-l!-l-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of S4IN BLEST CORPORATION, at 4'.'4 N.W. 2Mh Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register saltl name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIN BLEST CORPORATION OF FLORIDA By LEO NEMEROVSKI. President 2/2 — 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS* HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAND DRY CLEANERS & LAIN DRY', at 216(1 N.W. 1st Court, Intend to register said name wltti the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. HARRY HERSKOW1TZ I8IDOR HER8KOWITZ Sole owners MAX SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Scvhold Bldg. 2/2 — 3/.-I-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CABLES STATIONERS, at 12 Olralda Avenue, Coral Oablea. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. SOL SCHREIBER 1/16 — S/5-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167086 LOUIh OITI.IN. Plaintiff, vs. REBECCA OITLIN, I %  fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'l'i l: REBECCA OITLIN, Residence Unknown, Yo'i are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you, ami you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plalntirra Attorney, HEN ESSEN, si'.'t Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Heading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before tin12th day of April. PCI If Mi.l fall to dO so, judgment hv default will be taken against you for the relief demanded lu the Bill 'if I 'omplaint. This noi icshall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE \Nli ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this '.ith dav of March, A.D. p.' ll. E It. LEATHERMAN, i 'l.-i k, I 'il'Cllit Coll 1. Dade County, Florida By WM w. STi iCKINO, (Circuit Court S.-.il) Deputy Clerk i U-p'V-2ii — ill NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of II & B MOTORS (not Incorporated). al 971 West Klaglvr Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^ Ll'CILE HOROWITZ, sole owner ISRAEL A BRA MS Attorney for Luclle Horowltg, d/b/a II \B Motors (not incorporated) 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167087 LOIS BERLIN. Plaintiff \ a, SAI'L A. BERLIN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAI'L A. BERLIN, I'.l'.ii Huston Street, Apt A, Sherman Oaks, California Y'ou are hereby notified thai a Bill ,.r Complain! for Dlvona haa been filed against you, and fnu are reo ed tw serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill .of Complain I on the |,laint;f's Attorney. BEN ESSEN JU Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pli Ing In the office of the Clerk ol Circuit court on or before Jhe 12th day of April, 1954. If you fil to d • so. Judgment by default will be taki against you for the relief demand, I in the Bill Of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 9th day Of Man h. A I'. E. B. LEATHERMAN. ci.rk. circuit Court, I i.ole' ( oiinty. Florida V Bv M C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) I ktputy 3/12-1916 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M iTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring t" engage In busli ess on,I. r the fictitious nan I Ol.nP.K QREEN .STAMPS. QLOBE TRADINO STAMP cii. at 17MPonce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Floi Intends lo reglstei said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida VOl.oBE STAMP CO., INC By: Da\ id Jaoobson. President is,,ie Owner) HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant I is \\ l-lagler St.. Miami. Florid i 3/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDE.FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hostile** under the fictitious name of DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade Countv, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PHILIP DE LEON MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 111 Congress Bldg. 1/11-19-26 — 4/2" NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32300-B In Re: ESTATE OF" MATTIK JACKSON. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Estate: Y'ou, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the %  .-state of MATTIE JACKSON, deceased late of Dade Countv. FMnrlda. to the Hon. County Judges of Dad. County, and file the same In tloli office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claim* or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he haired. Date March 10, A.D. 19S4. LOUIE BANDED, Admlnistrator-C.T.A. of the F^state of XIATTIF: JACKSON. Deceased BEN ESSEN Attornev for Administrator-C.T.A. H23 Peyhold Bldg. 1/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUPERIOR DKLIOAOIICS. at 942S Harding Ave.. SurfaMe, F'la.. intends 1st, i .,,i,i name with th.clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, "flEOROE I. Zl'LACF" (sole owner) 11-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE-IN HEREBY OIVEN that Hi, undersigned, d. -suing to engage In business under the fictitious name of ARDMORK STUDIO, at 7:IS 41st Street, Miami Peach, Florida, intend t., register ssld name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ""


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 19, 1954

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

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 19, 1954

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01363

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ZOLUME 28Number 12
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
N Secretary General is
Determined to Call Parley
STOCKHOLM (JTA) United
Katicm? Secretary General Dag
Tfemmarskjold again warned Jor-
dan la?t weekend that if it did not
eply soon to his message convok-
ng an Israel Jordan conference to
Discuss problems relating to the
Israel Jordan armistice agreement
he would unilaterally set the date
for the meeting.
Mr. HamniarskjoM made this
ktatement at a press conference
fcere. He had made a similar state-
BULLETIN
JERUSALEM An official Is-
raeli source Wednesday night
Charged that 11 Jews, including
Several children and two soldiers,
illed in a bus attacked by
group of Arabs. Two soldiers
(nd two women were reported to
have survived.
According li> the official source.
|he bu? was traveling from Elath
Beerslieba. in the Negev. Israeli
kpokesmen in Tel Aviv described
Jhe inc.dent as a massacre. The
Informant indicated that the Arabs
pruck the bus. a civilian vehicle,
miles north of Elath. A burst
of machinegun fire killed the driv-
er, and the bus plunged into a
ditch.
Tlun the Arabs boarded the bus
land slew the 10 remaining persons
pith ,i -ub-machinegun.
The Wednesday report came
Ihard on the heels of charges from
iTel A.i. that three Israeli police-
Imen were wounded by gunfire
Ifiom Syrian territory when Arabs
Ion the eastern bank of Tiberias
[opened fire dnst Israeli fishing
1 tli-.' like. The Syrians
Iused machine guns as well as ar-
Itillery This is the second serious
[attack by Syria on Israeli fisher-
men on Lake Tiberias within a
[week.
Communists Exploit Unrest:
Organizations Put
On Alert Against
Active Conspiracy
SO BIG President Eisenhower indicates the size of the last
golf trophy he received as he is prassnted with a silver medal
by Ralph E. Samuel, chairman of the American Jewish Ter-
centenary, at a special White House ceremony. The medal
was struck 50 years aqo on the occasion of the 250th anniver-
sary of Jewish settlement in the United States.
JTA
WASHINGTON The "Daily
Worker' and other Communist
publications this month inadvert-
ently revealed that Communists
fare seeking to exploit popular feel-
ing against "McCarthyism" and
the McCarran-Walter Act by an all-
out campaign to infiltrate activities
by reputable groups against "Mc-
CarthyLsm" and the McCarran-Wal-
ter Act.
Communist Party chairman Wil-
liam Z. Foster and other top Reds,
on behalf of the National Commit-
tee of the Communist Party, pub-
lished a "Draft Program of the
Communist Party" in the "Daily
Worker" on March 7th. In a call
for "a popular coalition move-
ment," an "alliance" was demand-
ed with a role designated for na-
tionality groups." It said: "This
alliance, if it is to become fully
effective, must include the Left
Israel Regrets German Move
On 1954 Reparations Payments
mem la jters. This time, when asked what
would happen if Jordan did not
replv. he -aid there was no reason
now to think of what would happen
| under -uch circumstances.
. J'11' to the role which
"> Inited States. Britain and
ranee are pla>in with regard to
israei complaint to the United
"*ons Security Council against
JWPts blockade of Israel-bound
dipping through the Suez Canal
nl the Gulf of Aqaba was express-
ed meanwhile at United Nations
MMquarters in New York follow-
'"8 the failure of the Security
"Wncil to decide last Friday on a
Wse of action against Egypt.
" was originally expected that
resolution reaffirming in a
wronger form the 1951 UN reso-
n against Egypt's blockade of
'suei-bound vessels would be pro-
pped at Friday's meeting. Instead,
we meeting adjourned with no res-
"wion being proposed and with-
"v*n setting a date for the
pree,T'e"nR- This is bein* inter"
ihl .w'n somc circ,es here J the bir Three, while interest-
In^ k ae,'s complaint, neverthe-
2Li tate t0 back il "ct'vely and
Krabs,heriskf antaoniz,ng
In a long address at Friday's
Sfep. Man,""ud Azmi, head oti
-nwu '.P ,an delp2ation at the UN.
intend T that ** doe* not
U8n ,hc' Suei Canal to or from
Dr. Albtrt timttin
(Germans Note:
Continued
on Paaw 3 A
Dr. Einstein
Honored on
Reaching 75
PRINCETON (JTA) Prof. Al-
bert Einstein was Sunday the recip-
ient of messages of congratulations
on his 75lh birthday from leaders
in all walks of life from many
lands. Among the messages were
greetings from Indian Prime Min-
ister Nehru, novelist Thomas
Mann, philosopher-teacher Ber-
trand Russell and scientist Linus
Pawling, of the California Institute
of Technology.
Some 200 persons, including edu-
cators, scientists, writers and so-
cial scientists, attended an all-day
session here on academic freedom
held to mark Prof. Em-tern's
birthday Although Dr. Einstein did
not attend the meeting, he
.written replies on five questions
concerning civil liberties and aca-
Contlnued on ?* 9 A
COLOGNE (JTA)In the strong-
est statement yet made by him.
Hague reparations negotiations
with Israel, meanwhile arrived in
Dr F E. Shinnar. head of thef Is- JcrusaIem last weeKend as a guest
rael purchasing mission in Ger- ..... .
many. Wednesday voiced regret J Israel corporation which
that the West German Government I handles reparations. He was met
had used an "escape clause" in its' at, ">e airfield by representatives
reparations agreement with Israel' of the foreign Ministry,
to reduce the amount of repara-1 Prof. Boehm. who expressed his
tions it will provide the Jewish gratification at being able to visit
State in the year beginning April' this country, is travelling under an
1st to the equivalent of $59,500,000.
Dr. Shinnar noted that $73,800,-
000 had been set in the pact as the
"normal" annual total of repara-
tions goods and services. He also
expressed hope that Germany
would increase the amount it will
make available to Israel in future
years.
He stated that German industry-
had shown a great interest in pro-
ducing- reparations goods and
added that delivery schedules had
been worked out in a "businesslike
atmosphere." He noted for the rec-
ord that shipments to Israel had
not interfered with German-Arab
trade.
The shipment program which
runs until March 31, 1955, does
not vary much from last year's
purchasing program, with Israel
spending as much as becomes avail-
able on much the same type of
goods. A breakdown of the goods
to be ordered shows that approxi-
mately $7,00.000 will be spent on
agricultural products, about $3,
600.000 on services, $31,000,000 on
industrial goods and about $18,000.
000 on British oil products foi
which Germany will pay.
In a move intended to benefit
Israel's long-range development
program, the Israel-German mixed
commission decided to permit Is-
rael to place orders this year for
delivery in 1935 and 1956. to be
charged against later reparations
payments, in return. Israel agreed
to place a certain proportion of its
orders within specified industrial
groups.
Prof. Franz Boehm, head of the
German team of negotiators at The
assumed name, and his destinationi
and whereabouts are being kept a
secret to prevent possible attacks
by extremists. It is known that he
already visited with several Min-
isters here and will return laler
during his three-week stay to con-
fer with other members of the
Cabinet. He is staying with a pri-
vate family and plans to visit a
kibbutz.
Right-wing Revisionists have
made threats against Prof. Boehm,
and the Communist press has de-
nounced him.
and the Communists who have a
vital and indispensable contribu-
tion to make." It is further pointed
out that "the scientific principles
of Marxism-Leninism," though "so-
cialism" would end "racial dis-
crimination" among other evils.
The new Communist program is
already being implemented with at-
tempts to infiltrate activities con-
ducted by Jewish organizations
with respect to McCarran-Walter
repeal and civil liberties. In the
guise of joining in the united ac-
tion of the Jewish community in
defense ot civil liberties, the Com-
munists are cunningly seeking to
a: range conferences and rallies
against the McCarran-Walter Act.
Such Red-sponsored functions aim
at duping persons and organiza-
tions sincerely concerned with
fighting for American principles.
The Communists subtly inject their
propaganda into the ammunition
which is provided them by Sena-
tors like McCarran and McCarthy.
Jewish organizations have long
been alert to the Communist con-
spiracy. Groups proven to be Com-
munist, though few in number,
have been expelled from commu-
nity councils. Today, however, the
Communists have seized on "Mc-
Carthyism," the McCarran-Walter
Act. and other issues which have
engendered genuine concern
among many loyal Americans. The
Red tactics are such that legitimate
popular action is undermined; not
only do citizens' groups have to
wage a trying fight against right-
wing extremists but they find
themselves harrassed by the neces-
sity of evading simultaneous stabs
in the back from Communists.
Knowing of the distate for "Mc-
Carthyism" which is shared even
by President Eisenhower, the Com-
munists exploit the public tem-
per. Those who speak out a
Communism are labelled "McCar-
thyites." They are accused of
cringing before the Congressional
investigating committees whose
tactics have earned the contempt
of the nation. Those who oppose
the extreme left as well as the ex-
treme right are said by the Reds
Continued on Page 9 A
Choice of Former Nazi
As Observer Stirs Storm
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)Disclosure that the West German Gov-
ernment had designated Peter Pfeiffer, a former Nazi, as its observer to
the United Nations precipitated a wave of indignation which is expected
to culminate in a diplomatic hint by UN Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold that Bonn's proposed appointment might not be to the best
interest of all parties.
The Bonn move drew fire from Jewish and liberal groups. The
Jewish Labor Committee in a telegram to the UN Secretary General
said that Pfeiffer's "Nazi record traduces the very ideals for which the
UN was created." It urged Mr. Hammarskjold to inform the Bonn Gov-
ernment that "the spirit of the UN Charter is violated by the presence
of a man who condoned and helped the Nazi movement achieve its
inhuman designs on mankind."
The International League for the Rights of Man, in a wire to the
UN Secretary General, said the appointment was "an affront to the
UN" and urged rejection of "the credentials of a man whose record and
standing are, so hostile to the basic principles of the charter."
Pfeiffer was a member of the Nazi Party and the Nazi government's
consul in Algiers at the time of the Allied landings in North Africa in
1942.
In the meantime a spokesman for the West German Government
was reported to have declared at Bonn that he knew of no plans to
appoint a new West German observer to the United Nations.


PAGE 2 A
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Door-to-Door Solicitation Slated by CJA
April 4th; Shochet to Direct M-Day Drive
The biggest mobilization of
manpower in behalf of any philan-
thropy is being organized for a
door-to-door solicitation in behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
during the week of March 28th to
April 4th.
The seven-day period will be a
Dedication Week, it is announced
by Aaron M. Kanner. general cam-
paign chairman, at which time all
divisions of the Appeal will mobil-
ize their volunteers into a vast
army of workers for a concentrated
one-day drive on Sunday, April 4th,
covering all Jewish residents in
Dade County.
Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
The Jewish Floridian and General.
Mobilization .chairman, has been
named director of the April 4th
solicitation.
teers will meet to receive their as-
signments. All organizations in the
area and synagogues are pledging
full cooperation in the one-day ef-
fort to put the CJA campaign over
the top.
Members of the campaign cab-
inet and of Federation Board of
Governors will personally partici-1
pate in Dedication Week prior to
the big one-day drive. Kanner re-1
vealed. They will concentrate their '
efforts towards a 100 percent
cleanup of Initial Gifts pledges and
also encourage friends and acquain-
tances to lend support to CJA.
"There is a big job to be done," !
said Shochet. "Thousands of men
and women throughout the city
have to be contacted by volunteer
workers. They are ready, willing
and eager to make their contrihu-
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The mammoth neighborhood-by-1 ns to the CJA They need on,y
neighborhood project is expected ''
to involve some 1,500 volunteers
according to Shochet. These men.
women and young adults will re-
ceive specific assignments to visit
prospects and contributors who
have participated in previous cam-
paignsr-Quota of the General Mobil-
ization;Division for 1954 is $99,106.
The total campaign goal is 51.491,-
806, wfich represents the minimum
requirements for effective opera-
tion of 54 health, welfare and cul-
tural institutions in Israel, through-
out the United States and in Great-
er Miami.
"The volunteer who goes forth
two hours of his time to cover spe-
cific assignments in his or her
neighborhood." said Shochet, out-
lining plans at a recent meeting of
campaign officials.
According to Shochet. nine
Greater Miami headquarters will
be set up on M-Day where volun-
"That's why we say coverage is
so important. We must blanket the '
entire city with our work and zeal ;
We must reach all Jewish men and !
women who have shown by their |
past record of giving that they are
good citizens of this community. At!
the same time, we must secure con-
tributions from the relatively few |
who have not been CJA givers dur-,
ing the past few years."
The local community will be
alerted to stay at home on April
4th and await the visit of CJA
volunteers who will leave their re-
gional headquarters at 10 am. to
cover specified prospects. Press,
radio and TV will be employed to
notify volunteers workers of last-
minute instructions and to seek ad-
ditional volunteers for M-Day.'
Area headquarters being estab-
lished for the Miami Beach section
will be North Shore Jewish Center,
Temple Beth Sholem and Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Headquarters j
for Miami and surrounding corhmu-;
nities will include Coral Gables j
Jewish Center, Congregation Beth j
; David, Town branch Greater Mi-1
| ami Jewish Community Center. |
I Jewish Home for the Aged. North
I Dade Jewish Center and Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center.
Active in the preliminary organ-
ization of Dedication Week will be
these General Mobilization area
chairmen: Mrs. Nathan Becker, and
Mrs. William Kneapler, Hialeah-
Miami Springs; Mrs. Fred Blank.
North Dade; Nelson C. Chaplin.
West Miami; George Chertkof, Mi-
Mr and Mrs. Reuben Eckstein unveil the cornerstone of the
North Shore Jewish Center at dedication ceremonies held here
Among guests present were Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center; Hon. Harold Sha-
piro, Mayor of the City of Miami Beach; and Hon. Royal Jonas.
Mayor of North Bay Village. Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary, gave the keynote address.
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Prizes for Costumes
Pupils of Tifereth Israel North-
side Center Hebrew and Sunday
School will celebrate the Festival
of Purim with a masquerade on
Sunday, March 21st. 10 a.m., in
the Center social hall. Prizes will
be awarded for the best costumes.
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Miami Delegates
To Attend Confab
The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will be represented
at the 1954 Biennial Convention of
the National Jewish Welfare Board
>Jated for April 8th through 11th
at the Statler Hotel in Cleveland,
Stanley C. Myers, Center president,
announced here.
JWB. with which the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center is
aifiliated, is the national associa-
!'"" vuwuh.Con'n!I"1.i1Iy Centers j amiT Irving' ui7 nagl'er'-Granada;
Stanley C. Myers, Coral Gables;
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ami Beach; and George Talianoff,
Miami Beach.
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morale needs of Jewish servicemen
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The 1954 JWB Biennial Conven-
tion coincides with a major event
in American Jewish history, the
Centennial celebration of the Jew-
ish Community Center movement.
The celebration, in progress at Jew-
lib Community Centers and YM-
YWHA's across the nation since
October, will reach its grand cli-
max at the convention.
Topping off the festivities there
will be a Centenntial Birthday
candlelight ing ceremony, the four
central figures representing the
lour quarters of the Center's first
century of service to American
Jewry.
Indications are that a record
number of delegates will attend the
convention, including several hun-
dred representatives of Jewish
Community Centers, JWB Sections,
local and regional JWB Armed
Services Committees, officers and
board and committee members of
JWB and other JWB affiliates.
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Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
be guest speaker at the weekly
luncheon meeting of Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday,
March 23rd, 12:15 p.m., at the Na-
tional Hotel. Her subject will be,
"The Special Needs of the Dade
County School System."
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+Jewish norMtan
PAGE 3 A
t fan Plans North
i Shopping Center
ucl Friedland, chairman of
Sard of Food Fair Stores, has
Lceed the signing of a 33-year
l ujth Burdine's in the new
|63rd Street Food Fair Shop-
fcenter.
L sioO(vi.:iOO project will be
la-acrc tract bctween-NK 12thi
T51h Avenues, about 12 miles
[Miami and the same distance
port i.auclerdale.
L of Florida's largest busi-
Ifirms will thus form the nuc-
l(or what may become the
Is large>t shopping center in
I Dade County." according to
turt Peiser, an executive of the
J Fair chain and president of
lew shopping center.
Is will be the 50th Food Fair
[and the fifth Burdine store in
i Florida Work on the store
{start in the fall, with the
Ine unit scheduled for open-
l November, 1956.
_. completed project will con-
la dozen or more stores with
po sauare feet of floor space
[parking facilities for 3,000
[rViser said this week that he
been announce other firms
ling to lease store space in the
Ir. The site will be developed
lo sections, according to the
' Fair official. The first will
lin the fond store, restaurant,
V -tore dress and shoe.shops
L ral other allied stores,
department store, with its
lite group, will follow. Dr. Hei-
txplained. Burdine's will oc-
1120,000 square feet. The Food
will be the largest in
florida chain, using about 35,-
quare feet.
ids Donor Affair
Iiik' Auxiliary
mirth annual I'urim donor
ben of the Greater Miami
lliiry io the Jewi.-h, Hom*_for
.vd was held on Thursday at
| rs Hotel, according to
Sol Silvcrman, president,
bt 350 persons attended the af-
lin the Scheherazade Room.
I luncheon starting at 12:30.
[varied program of entertain-
1 was arranged by luncheon co-
Iron Mr-. Sam Rost and Mrs.
nan Jacobs Mrs. Louis Makov-
WKit entertainment chairman.
Iterations for the affair, pro-
; which go towards support
ouglass Gardens, were arrang-
h Mrs Jack Udell, assisted by
[David Phillips.
Florida B'nai B'rith
Plans Convention
The 18th annual convention of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's
Chapters will be held on April 10th \
through 12th,*t the Biltmore Ter
Hoiel, Miami Beach, it has
ix-eji jointly announced by Kdward
I. Cutler, of Tampa, president of
the Florida State Federation of I
B'nai B'rith Lodges, and Mrs. Jack |
R. Wein, of Miami Beach, president
of the Florida B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's State Federation.
Milton A. Friedman, of Miami,
has been appointed convention
chairman. Serving as Committee
chairmen in preparation for the
convention are Budd Cutler, Leo
Steinman, E. Albert Pallot. Irving
Shatzman, Gilbert J. Balkin and
George J. Talianoff.
The Florida State B'nai B'rith
Federations are comprised of the
B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's
Chapters throughout the State. The
annual convention will feature
presentations of B'nai B'rith action
programs, including the Anti-De-
famation League, Hillel Founda-
tions, B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tions and service to the armed
forces and veterans.
Tillie Lewis Diet Delayed; To Appear on March 26th
The third and final seven-day diet in the 21-day diet regimen by
Tilhe Lewiswill appear in the March 26th Jewish Floridian. Acclaimed
by women throughout the nation, the diet was delayed this week and
did not reach the offices of The Jewish Floridian in time for publication.
The Tillie Lewis diet showshw unnecessary, unhealthy and un-
attractive pounds can be r.ducWwitn'out eliminating,delightful swet
foods. Mrs. Lewis, an expert in her field, reveals that the person bent
on shedding extra weight can continue to eat favorite desserts, salad
dressings and fruits stewed in Iheir flavorfal juices.
Ifobrew School
Plans Play
rA*^V
gregation will have a Purim play
I entitled, "Yes. yueen,' in which
| children of the Hebrew and Sunday
| School will participate, it has been
Miami Hebrew School and Con-' announced b>' Jerry Schulman, di-
rector of the Sunday School.
The play is directed by William
Spier, assisted by Mrs. Estelle
Weinstein.
Participants are Diane Shapnick,
Carolyn Glassman, Norman Levine,
Frances Sokol, Ita Becker, Mark
Steinberg, Norman Glassman, Mar-
sha Pierce, Gail Libman, Norman
Ouchon and Melvin Hecht.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mrs. Rose Lippman, of 822 Lenox
Avenue, flew to Orlando on Sun-
day for a few weeks of rest at the
F'lorida Spa.
ft ft ft
Dr.,and Mrs. Sussen and their
two children, of Kingston, New
York, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig, of 2530
SW 16th Street, for three weeks.
Mrs. Sussen is tha former Marilyn
Honig, of this city.
isli' Program
r Veterans Set
[pr. gram for the Veterans Hos-
at Coral Gables has been ar-
ed by Miami Beach Music and
League for Wednesday, March
1 at 7:30 p.m.
Beth El Sisterhood Plans
Annual Donor Luncheon
Annual donor luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will be held On Sunday. March
2M. 1:30 p.m.. at the Strath Haven
Hotel.
MM Mrffri Ros. radio and
television coeiedian. will be guest
artist Also scheduled to appear is
the Delano Hotel' musical ensem-
ble.
Program chairman is Mrs. S. T.
Swirsky. Co-chairmen of the affair
are Mrs. M. Rappaport and Mrs. I.
Hushbow, according to Mrs. M. Ros-
enrjhrg, president.
90,000 Visitors See
Vizcaya Art Museum
More than 90.000 guests from
all of the 48 states and many for-
eign countries visited Vizcaya. the
former James Deering estate, dur-
ing its first year of operation by
the Board of Dade County Com-
missioners.
In announcing the year-end fig-
ures through March 10th. Robert
Tyler Davis, director, said. "The
happiest aspect of the first year's
operation at Vizcaya has been the
almost universal enthusiasm and
delight of the 90,588 visitors."
The spectacular beauty of the
house and gardens on the 30-acre
estate, plus the friendly and cour-
teous attitude of the staff, account-
ed for this enthusiasm which has
resulted in many complimentary
letters. Davis said.
UN Secretary is
Determined to
Call Parley
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Israel. Mr. Azmi. who spoke for
an hour and a half, bitterly attack-
ed Israel. He contested that
Egypt's regulations concerning Is-
rael-bound shipping violated the
UN Charter, the Egyptian-Israeli
armistice agreement and the Con-
stantinople Convention of 1888 on
the Suez Canal. Egypt, still in a
state of war with Israel, was only
exercising its legitimate rights as
a belligerent. Dr. Azmi argued.
Israel Ambassador Eban told the
Council there was "not the slight-
est justification in any instrument
of law" for the Egyptian restric-
tions. They could be lifted without
the slightest sacrifice to* Egypt's
economy, sovereignty or dignity.
Dr. Azmi's statement, Mr. Eban
said, had given the Security Coun-
cil the clearest picture so far of
the "head-on colision" between
Egypt and the principles laid down
by the Security Council. The re-
affirmation of the 1951 resolution
"in far stronger form," accompa-
nied by action to bring about ob-
servation of compliance, was the
"minimal duty" of the Council, he
concluded.
DR. MURRAY M. ZINNER
announces the removal
of his
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Community Service
Program Announced
"A community service program
of vital interest for ail parents of
teen agers" was announced by Mrs.
Lewis Sternshein, chairman, of the
Teen Age Program Committee of
the Greater. Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
With the cooperation of the
Mental Health Society of South-
eastern Florida, the play, "High
Pressure Area," by Nora Stirling
will be presented at the GMJCC,
Town Branch on Thursday, March
25th, 8:30 p.m. A discussion period
led by Emanuel Tropp GMJCC ac-
tivities director, will highlight the
play.
The drama is one of the series
of community plays of the Amer-
ican Theatre Wing about "the clim-
ate of the home." Featured in the
cast are Harry Rosenbloom, Mrs.
Maurice Coulton, Sarah Skop and
Beverly Kramer. Director is Do-
lores Katz, youth activities super-
visor.
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PfCCJ Honors Mr. Wrinkle
The Florida Region, National Conference of
Christians and Jews, held its second annual
dinner here on Monday evening. Three Mi-
amians were honored at the dinner for having
contributed materially to interfaith understand-
ing during the past year.
Awards went to Leonard Usina, John B. Turn-
er and Carl Weinkle. It is gratifying to the
Jewish community that so noted a leader as
Mr. Weinkle should have been honored by the
NCCJ.
Most of us know Mr. Weinkle's unwillingness
to stand in the spotlight of public approval. He
is content to enter into his numerous civic and
philanthropic endeavors with quiet determina-
tion, and Jewish leaders here have beneffited
from his understanding and his refusal to be
stopped by knotty problems.
We are certain that those privileged to work
with Mr. Weinkle in his many charitable non-
sectarian undertakings have also found these
characteristics in him prominent and hearten-
ing. The National Conference of Christians and
Jews honored a truly humane individual Mon-
day evening.
Carl Weinkle represents the ideals of the
organization when expressed on theu loftiest
level.
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Volume 28
Friday. March 19, 1954
Adar 14, 5714
Number 12
,/V/^*^/^rf'^^'WW^./*WA*A^^^
During The Week... a
i s
Beach
A fESTIVi PURIM TO EVERYONE
Coming of Ago
Some 1,200 women turned out Monday morn-
ing at the Miami Beach Auditorium to help
their division of the 1954 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal go over the top in a drive to collect a goal
total of SI65,000. The "Share-Your-Sunshine"
luncheon was virtually the last function in this
year's Women's Division campaign, and it is
heartwarming for the community to note the
spirit achieved there.
Such a gratifying turn-out is certainly worthy
of attention for its own sake. But it also gives
occasion for us to wonder. Have we truly come
of age?
When 1,200 women combine their energies
and resources in such splendid fashion to as-
sure the fulfillment of their share of responsi-
bility in the CJA drive, we can hardly help
questioning the qeneral community's enthusi-
asms. It must be up to our leadership to as-
sure the fact that every division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal responds this year with
verve equal to the women's.
The success of the "Share-Your-Sunshine"
luncheon will answer those who fail to par-
ticipate through working and giving and who
excuse their failure with the observation that
it is impossible for the general community to
assume the responsibility of total participation
in an active campaign. The Women's Division
seems to think otherwise.
Sight Conservation Week
Acting Governor Charley E. Johns has pro-
claimed the week of March 28th through April
3rd as Sight Conservation Week in order to
draw attention to the importance of protecting
and improving our vision.
We think the Governor's proclamation is
worthy of note, especially because too many of
us are prone to take for granted man's most
precious sense. We are perhaps least aware
of the physiology of our eyes. But we are con-
stantly aware that they are subject to accident.
Barring this possibility, we do little to con-
serve our sight or to protect it. The Governor's
proclamation will serve to remind us that being
able to see is one of the greatest gifts granted
mankind and that we must do everything in
our power to nurture it.
Mortgage is Burned
^ Tifereth Israel Northside Center held a
"mortgage-burning" ceremony on Sunday.
Most of us remember the Center as being the
object of a bombing attack during the rash of
synagogue and church dynamitings that broke
out here late in 1951.
We are happy to be able to note the progress
made by Tifereth Israel since that time. Last
year, the congregation appointed its spiritual
leader. Rabbi Louis Cassel. The Sunday cere-
mony emphasized its growing stability.
Especially clarified was the expanding spir-
itual need of the area, which the Center now
serves, when a Building Fund campaign was
announced.
This is the sort of "burning" which we heart-
ily underwrite. An increasing awareness of the
value of religious and traditional beliet such
as was manifested at Tifereth Israel on Sunday,
im what we must all strive to achieve.
What's in a Xante?
The Miami Beach Jewish Center will next
week announce a change in its name. The con-
gregation's officers and members have for
ome tun. now considered the possibUity of
Temple Emanuel," and it seems that'this
choice will in all probability be revealed to the
community.
fififi? ,hiB PPrtun"Y ol being among
the first to congratulate the Miami Beach Jew
nS"?!S B hQ8 ,aken nhancir!g
the nobihty of the congregation's many reli-
g.ous. educational and cultural activSL.
Like the great poets of the past, we do nm
necessanly hold that a name adequately iden
House o Warship, a religious school a a
source of Jewish tradition primarily.
Temple Emanuel, "God Among U.," can do
to the constantly inspiring progress being
by the Miami Beach Jewish Cent., I, *?0
hop* ft* olher ^ ..^ *be
^-ismru*nuylwTO,u-^
By LEO MINDLIN
TENNESSEE SENATOR ESTES KEFAUVER CAij7
h last week to address a gathering of Hadassah worn f'
Midway Dinner for Israel's Hebrew University. The wife, Nancy, stayed at the home of Col. and Mrs. Frank kOHI
ing their brief visit, my first view of him was as he stood*.
ed. very tropical-looking patio of the Katzentine reside-!?""
Colonel at his side. He towers above everyone, and th '
in his movements that belies the quiet gaze of his eves6"1
Senator Kefauver seemed not at all the man of tragic
stepped before the Democratic Party national convention"
nearly two years ago, but rather a figure filled with calm del"
to meet the current challenge in the new Tennessee canin
office. In 1952. he came before his party's delegates to L
presidential aspirations in favor of Adlai Stevenson when 7
that he could no longer stem the tide of a dark horse victor^
he is preparing himself to step before his constituents and to?
his beliefs.
Senator Kefauver had some things to say about these belt
Katzentine Pinetree Drive residence. Standing in a Florida
looking the canal, he gazed through Spanish-style apexed i
remarked thoughtfully: "No, I didn't hear his address, butlj
This was in answer to my question about Vice President Niiat
last Saturday night over television to Mr. Stevenson's receii
on Miami Beach before a Southern convocation of the D*
Party. "It seems to me," he added, "that the Vice President!
to say."
Senator Kefauver turned hot on the subject of his Ren
league in the Upper House, that man from Wisconsin. He 1
the daily newspapers here on Saturday with penetrating i
on McCarthy, the Utters relationship with the Administrating
outlook for an emerging Eisenhower victory in the field of i
the Junior Senator's much publicized activities. He repeated"!
me the day following only a short time before he appeal*]
Hadassah Midway Dinner.
THE SENATOR SAID THAT A MORE positive attitude L_
safeguard of traditional freedoms would have to be taken in dm
level of our government. Otherwise, he said, its present leads]
have to be held in account. It seemed almost as if he were i
his thought for the coming Tennessee campaign where Mc
and civil rights generally will be important issues.
Mrs. Kefauver worried about the Senator's having no
and recounted several interesting tales relating to her lmi_
forutnate experiences in that regard, dinner appearances aril
taste for formal wear. She is a delicate-looking woman. Heri
contrasts with ash-white skin. "Sundays are our favorite da-
said. "Estes is home most of the time then, and it is a temUil
getting the children off to Sunday school."

WE DROVE THROUGH MIAMI BEACH TRAFFIC town.)
Lido Hotel. Senator Kefauver rehearsed some facts on the
Hebrew University Medical School. "Who will be on the daiii-.
he asked a mement later. When told of "Uncle" Joe Chernerk^
with recognition, remarked humorously on Washington's
radio fare and Chernerized autos.
The Senator is a member of the Armed Services Commiosj
I asked him about current Administration attitudes toward tkj
East, arming the Arab States and the recent upheavals in Efl
Syria. Kefauver is less voluble than his erstwhile colleague i
committee. Oregon Senator Wayne Morse, who was remote]
membership after his renegade support of Mr. Stevenson d
Presidential race of 1952. Far from launching an attack on tat
hower-Dulles foreign policy, which he opposes on several
issues, he indicated that he was "not completely up" on the L
tion's current attitudes, that he thought they had changed _
Secretary of State's fact-finding tour last year and that B
couldn't say what to hope for in future Republican moves.
"One thing I do know," he added. "We've got to stop pi
money to use abroad only where we seek changes that suit J
ence-selling is criminal on any level and holds for governments u
as for individuals."

SENATOR KEFAUVER SUBSEQUENTLY TOLD HAD/
gates that he looked to the United Nations as the sole is*
for world peace and to the United States for leadership in
of the world where a foil socio-economic awakening had not I
Place. Israel, the Senator saw as one such area whose potu.
were now being tapped and whose people are responding ***']
tivity toward scientific mechanistic progress that will not HP
easily elsewhere.
"The Palestine problem was finally settled through UN i
Senator Kefauver remarked. "But there still is tension in ttaJl
the Middle East. The new Israeli borders are disputed by M
Egypt, with frequent incidents. Hundreds of thousands of AflM
gees are still eking out a bare existence with little hope of flj
home. On the one hand, the Moslem world feels aggrieved it
jnent from the Western powers. On the other, the new '
Israel is deeply concerned about its own security.''
I anticipated Ahat the Senator would have more to *!
Jewish State's moral leadership and its complete identify
the democratic West. This, however, was not forthcoming M
nd his remarks carried a general tone that did justice *
Israels anxious position in the Arab League conspiracy,1
Leagues treacherous game at home and st the United Nw*",
York His *and that the Palestine preHem "was settled
more hopeful than real. a,
At times. Senator Kefauver'* speech involved reachinl\*
to detect some direct relation between M and Hadassah. ~
hand But by and Urge the Teanessee Senator was shari*
JTnM hiM princiPle. nd it was worth hearing a W^L'
troubled day. one who occupies a high seat in our *
Pert out with such vigor nd candor. Ills a rare this* to**


LpvjjABCH19. 1954
. Greenberg Will Speak at Final
ving Book Program Monday Eve
. Simon Greenberg, vice chan-
L and vice president of facul-
,of the Jewish Theological Sem-
of America, will speak at the
,i Beach Jewish Center on
j,day night in the final program
ffhe Living Book" series.
iabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
der of I he Center and director
the lecture-discussion scries,
I Wednesday that "to date, this
Hes has been highly successful.
L confident that programs of
5 nature will be an annual oc-
Knce at the Center."
kr Greenberg was Rabbi of Har
i Temple, Philadelphia, from
j until 1946. He served as pro-
_i of the Seminary from 1946 un-
P95I, as acting president of the
ninary for the academic year
849, and during 1990-53 was
i executive director of the Uni-
kity of Judaism in Los Angeles,
Tseminary's West Coast branch.
Ifnce 1932, Dr. Greenberg has
pi a member of the Seminary
tilty as Professor of Education,
march, 1948, he was named Pro-
Tor of Homiletics at the Rab-
Scal School Dr. Greenberg has served as
fcident of the Rabbinical Assem-
of America, president of the
lladelphia Branch of the United
lagogue and of the Philadelphia
krd of Jewish Ministers.
Be acted as president of the
lladelphia ZOA from 1941-44
as chairman of the national
+ k**lshn*rlHfr>tn
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Morris Frank to be Honored by Beth
Jacob Congregation at Testimonial
Ci.quao.jg uoiai; -jg
Goldstroms Feted;
Provus Gives $5,000
To Hillel House Here
At the testimonial dinner given
by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, honoring Sol Goldstrom and
his wife, Josie, on their 80th birth-
day, on Wednesday, March 10th,
as ciidii iiuiii "i nit: iiauuiiai i r\__:j r__ ^i at. .,
,______.,, ,.__,; David Provus was inspired by the
ation committee of the nation- .__u ... \.
speeches of prominent citizens here
IZOA from 194346. Dr. Green
fg is the author of "Living as
ew Today," the "Ideals and Val-
I of the Jewish Prayer Book" and
contributed numerous papers
|Jcwi>h and general educational
plications.
Dr. Greenberg received his BA
tree from CCNY in 1922 and
er being ordained by the Sem-
y. received his PhD from Drop-
I College in 1932.
[omen's Function
iptures $35,000
^parked by the all-out effort of
ne 1,500 volunteers of the Wom-
h Division, the Luncheon Un-
ited garden party announced
Its totaling S35.000 at the close
I its tropical extravaganza Mon-
f afternoon.
Stage and screen star Tony Mar-
I commended chairman Mrs. Mor-
Alpert for the huge turnout.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman partici-
jled in the program as the nar-
lor in a dramatic sketch, "Dark-
ps to Light," telling the story of
Wern Passover in Israel and em-
|asizing the new strength provid-
the little nation by American
' Original music was played by
?ben Strassburg, and the produc-
W was directed by Sam Hirsch.
ICaptain Jack Brass, of Israel, de-
wed the growing threat of un-
[iendly neighbors along his coun-
t's borders and emphasized its
pare to go forward in peace and
Brass stated that the
Fb nations are intent on destroy-
p the new democracy by direct
"direct means and are content
1 "8e in a waiting game.
[Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
A- Ablin, co-chairmen of the
[omens Division, presided at the
~*n Campaign chairman Aar-
Kanner and Brass conducted
" rd calling. Pioneer Women
>v*d a standing ovation for
1 the top table contributions
tne afternoon.
regarding the work of Mr. and
Mrs. Goldstrom on behalf of the
Hillel Foundation.
Provus voluntarily made a $5,000
contribution to aid in the comple-
tion of the new Hillel House on
the University of Miami campus.
He and Mrs. Provus, who reside at
3440 Royal Palm Avenue, received
a standing ovation by those present
for his philanthropic gesture.
Goldstrom has been a member of
B'nai B'rith for over 60 years, and
Mrs. Goldstrom for over 50 years.
In addition to his long-time par-
ticipation in B'nai B'rith. Gold-
strom has been active in the civic
life of the community, and was a
leader in the Service Men's Hos-
pitality Committee during World
War II.
Mrs. Goldstrom is honorary vice
president of District No. 5, B'nai
B'rith, has been a national repre-
sentative of the organization and is
a past president of the Florida
State Federation of B'nai B'rith.
The meeting took, the form of
"This is Your Life" program.
Some 300 people were in attend-
ance at the dinner meeting which
saw President Gilbert J. Balkin
turn over the gavel to incoming
President Gershon S. Miller.
Councilman Bernard A. Frank
will be toastmaster and chairman
of the evening at the testimonial
banquet being tendered his father.
Morris B. Frank, by Congregation
Beth Jacob of which he is presi-
dent, on Sunday, March 21st.
Councilman Frank, a member of
the Board of Directors, was a pupil
during his youth of the Religious
School of the congregation where
he became Bar Mitzvah.
Morris Frank formerly served as
president for a number of years in
addition to holding the office of
secretary during the time that the
late Philip Liberman, father of
Councilman Marcie Liberman, was
CAMP CARLYLE
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HENDERSONVILLE. N.C.
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GMJCC Activities
Feature Purim
The Beach Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, will
be the scene of a Purim party for
members between the ages of six
and 12 on Friday, March 19th, at
3:30 p.m. The Junior Dramatic
Group, led by Mrs. Jeanette Miller,
will present the Purim story in
play form.
The backdrop for the play is be-
ing constructed by the Art Group,
which is directed by Warren Soned.
The special After-School Group
will present a paper bag puppet
show, directed by Bruce Shotkin
and Beverly Steinberg. Children I
who attend the party will exchange
gifts and participate in group sing-
ing, led by Miss B. Steinberg.
Intramural*
The second round in the Basket-
ball Intramurals at the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch, ended this week with
undefeated Hurricanes AZA emerg-
ing the winners by dint of a clean
sweep of both rounds.
Winning Hurricane roster are co-
captain Bob Fischer, co-captain
Don Farberman, Stan Dick, Allen
Greenberg, Sandy Balber, Eddie
Winer, Marty Hornstein, Mike Se-
gal, Morris Futernick, Eddie Le-
vinson, Steve Quartin, Sheldon
Dunkle, Richard Shafron and Stan
Beiley.
Team standings are:, 1st, Hur-
ricanes AZA; 2nd, Billikens; 3rd,
Center Interdependents; 4th, Un-
knowns: 5th, U's New Yorkers; and
6th. S.A.M.'s.
This marks the end of the Bas-
ketball season at the Center. A
new three-man Post Season Basket-
ball League opens March 24lh at 7
p.m.
Purim Party
A Purim party has been planned
for children of the After-School
Program of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Town
Branch, on Friday, March 19th, at
3:30 p.m.
Included in the program will be
performances by the dance, dra-
matic and athletic groups, plus ex-
hibitions of art work and dollcraft.
The party will feature a Purim
masquerade and parade.
Traditional refreshments of Ha-
mantashen will be prepared by
Mrs. Ira Blecker, Mrs. Aaron Roth-
man, Mrs. Sam Ofsowitz and Mrs.
Harry Kleinman. The singing of
Purim songs will be led by Mrs.
Angel Ross.
Friendship Club
The Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Town Branch, will
hold its regular social meeting on
Sunday. March 21st. at 2:30 p.m. A
special program has been prepared
| for this social which will include
dancing and performance by pre-
j fessional entertainers.
Council Meeting
A meeting of members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center Town Branch Planning
Council was held on Thursday, it is
announced by Bernard Weksler,
chairman.
Members of the Council heard
reports on various Center planning
committes.
Presenting reports were Mrs.
William Zuckerman, Adult and
Golden Age Committee; Mrs. Lew-
is Sternshein, Teen Age Commit-
tee; Ted Kaplan, Health and Phy-
sical Education Committee; and
Jack Toppell, Fund Raising Com-
mittee.
president. He assumed the office of
president again in 1952.
"The banquet is being given in
tribute to his many years of out-
standing leadership and service to
the congregation," said Rabbi Mos-
es Mescfeeloff, Beth Jacob spiritual
leader.
Noted guests and prominent lo-
cal personalities, including friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank who have
been residents here for 40 years,
will be present.
David Whitman is general chair-
man of the affair. Leo Meyer is
Journal chairman, Joseph Cohen
and Aaron Lerner are ticket chair-
men.
Louis Shafkin is program chair-
man and Rabbi Mescheloff, advis-
or. Rose Hayes is in charge of pub-
licity. The affair will be held in
the David Whitman Hall at 7 p.m.
Morris B. frmmk
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HODAY, MABP.H i.
Mvra Wexelman's Sister Attends Her at
Bites; Pearls are "Something Borrowcc
In a double ring ceremony at
Rabbi Irving Lehrmans study on
Thursday, March 11th. at 7 p.m..
Mi- Myra Rosalind Wexelman.
daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Charles
Wexelman, 1550 Drexel Avenue.
Miami Beach, became the bride of
Ben Pascal, son of Mr. and Mr>.
Louis Pascal. Montreal. Canada.
Dr. Israel Goldfarb. of New York
City, and father-in-law of Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, participated in
performing 'he ceremony It was
15 years ag'>. that h" perform-
ed the ceremony for the bride-
parents in New York tit.
Maid of honor was .lean V,
mail, sister of the bride. Milton
:itz. uncle of the bride? acted
as best man.
The bride selected an off-haul
der effect. Prince- Style, delicate
pink ballerina-length gown, with
fitted bodice and flared skirt Her
!er-!cn2th Illusion veil was
attached to a pillbox of matching
feathers. For "something borrow-
ed." the bride wore a -trand of
pearls. Her orchids were attached
tn a small evening bag.
Mrs. Pascal is a graduate of Mi
ml Beach Hi^h School, attended
the University of Miami for three
and i- a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Mr. Pascal attended BCbo
Montreal and Royal Canadian Sen-ice Carp-
Baisines Wed; Live
On V <>M-' Campus
Roselvn Rosenberg, daughter of
Mr and -rs Joseph M Rosenberg
Miss Palay Becomes Mrs. Richard Koch
In Garden Setting: Chooses Delicate I>jnk
In a garden setting on March 7th,' -
at 11 oclock. Miss Roberta Palay.
daughter of Mrs. Tedi Palay. 4555
f Philadelphia, and Robert M .,
Ba-'me. s^n of Mr. and Mrs Harry North Michigan Avenue, and the
SSIne' torn were -named ,n a I iate Dr. Lewi. Palay. became the
|yn, New York.
" Rabbi Irving I^hrman performed
Ml in the Ambassador Ballroom in
, delphia.
The brl WU *rwn in marriage
fa her and was attended h>
rbara Margolii her cousin,
the double ring cerem n\ The
theme of the entire wedding was
^ko.ciusinofthe.pink^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ H
Palay. sister of the bride Lawrence
- irma Bassine, sia-J Maid of
,,. R^rnard ana noimani sun i, iui a ..........
: f he'hruie and Jacket. Her fingertip illusion veil
Tr ; h Hes Gursnin "f n-hing >* and ,ulle ws
,tor ( harles Gurst. in ^ ^ halo-type cao of match-
ins lace She carried white orchids
Mrs. Bern Pascal
Miss Garth Rn
A forma! dinner a- held at the --
gaged
eia at me m- \ I
i ilillac Hotel, after which the I < > .-\ Illiapolls .*KII1
le flew to Ni their
ML The\ will :
laded Mr
, | Mm Frank l
Tobki e, Mr- Ida Klonin.


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Long 1
v rman iarfield Koch, of \ew York C.y. brother
Norman mkmh. ^ ^ was ^ man
c., ,-net the groom. I-hers.nciua- brjde I|lctod a de|iCate
' ^J^t "San M r P'">< ballerina-length strapless
',, xi'^n gown of imported ehantilly lace
u \ r m' P, rnanf d *" with a ma,ching
Saflan. Alvtn ADrams. Bernarcl ^^ ^ ,inBertip jlIusjon veil
;.-. con
Stuckat
and Unny Zeitlin.
' ttSSJuL ufJelon her fathers Bible.
cou-in "I the bride. Also in in< __
bridal part* were the mothers of | Her only piece of jewelry- was
the bride and groom, the maternal ; a strand of pearls belonging to her
maternal grandmother. Mrs. Dora
Price, vif New York/who flew in
for the wedding.
The oride attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama, where she was
chosen cover girl for the school
journal and pledged Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Sorority. She is also a
graduate of Davis Institute of
Medical Technology in Miami.
Mr. Koch is an alumnus of Syra-
cuse University and a member of
the Army Reserves He is president
of Palm Container Corp. in Hia-
leah
Out-of-town-guests included Dr.
and Mr-. II D. Fein. Mrs. Samuel
K Baler, and Mrs. Jules Price, her
Ihree maternal aunt- all of New
York City.
After I irjnal luncheon served
to relative* and friends the couple
flew for their honey-
i i rum, thi
Bay Dnve. Miami
Beech.
- planned
bj Helen) Nance Garth and Lt.
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her ol the groom.
Irvin Bills, Long
Solomon Bassine
N ,v v,,rk r. rjf,u. The bridffi gown waj ol im-
.,,.,, .. | ported lace and salin. She carried!
n 1990. He ;1 Bible t-.pped by a white orchid
l in the Pacifi. during the rhe grooni WM "cent's
Korean V. now in -ibmar- cha**l fr. ivy and i
.tuned in New Lon- 'nu:n W studies at the I niver-
, sit) of Florida, where the \oung
don. i onnecticut. i:.._
couple are living
He rn Inter ____________________
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Mrs. Alfred I. Moss
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Alfred Irwin Moss and hi- bride,
the former Miss Charlene B
Cootner are living in New York.
following their wedding trip to
Florida.
The couple were married in Tem-
ple Sinai. New York, on Febru-
ary 28th. A reception followed the
ceremony there.
Maid of honor wai Wai Fran-
cine Moss, the bridegroom's
Jack Stein was best man.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Cootner 1677 SW
15th Street. Miami. Mr Moss" par-
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Moss, Forest Hills. Long Island.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. A Filtering
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Key West.
The groom is serving witkl
Navy aboard the I'.S.S. Houinll
Cilmore He is tin in ol Mr. i
Mrs. M. Chimes. Bronx, New-
Miss Futerfas uT-;ttluater!
Miami High School, where -h
affiliated with Tan Alpha On
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PAGE 7 A
I c.vine, Leonard Mecklcr Wed in
\hi Kites: Wi I Reside in Albany
V.i-
Audrey Levine and Leon-
uackler were married on
a 6 30 p.m. candlelight
performed by Rabbi Jo-
c7rot The couple met
brlde .is 10 years old
ithe daughter of Mr. and
, Levin. 2660 SW 23rd
'Mecklcr i^ the son of
Albert Mecklcr, Al-
York.
Jjde's B<>n featured a,
French chant illy lace and
i -kirt i n> ion tulle, with
panniei> and cathedral
fingertip illusion veil
_, tiara ol imported lace
ei in pearls.
Tied a white Bible trim-
(wo while orchids and
is.
i honor \>.i- ^liss Suzanne
[powJer blue taffeta with
Her bouquet was a cas-
carnations and blue
The Misses Barbara
yeska Serott were
Mi-- Su,an Levine
Ister's junior bridesmaid.
Mecklcr. the bride-
pother, served as junior
a wedding trip to
L, I). C and New York
| couple will make their
buy.
Ae i a graduate of Miami
Ll. where she was editor
ties and a member of the
luncil.
rkli r graduated from
e in Providence,
and. where he was a mem-
Lambda Pi Frater-
L now associated with the
, Allied Construe-
I
Mrs. leomari Mtckfrr
*F1
Nerovcs Leave for
(Alba Following Kites
Informality was the keynote at
the family wedding ceremony in
the marriage of Miss Harriett Ber-
man to Mr. Joseph Nerove at the
home of Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, who
officiated on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 28th.
The bride is the daujjh'er of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bcrman, of 3150 SW
23rd Street.
Her ballerina-length gown was!
of chant illy lace and nylon net with
a sweetheart neckline and illusion
net. Her headpeice was of nylon
net with a short veil. She carried
a white Bible with an attached
white orchid.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Jerome
Rauzin. the bride's sister, wore a
pink nylon net, ankle-length, full
skirt sown.
Mr. Nerove. a former lieutenant
in the U.S. Army, was separated
last fall from active service where
he served two years in Trieste. He
is a graduate of Syracuse Univer-
sity and is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David A. Nerove, 1836 SW 1st
Street, originally of Elgin, Illinois.
Mr. Nerove's brother-in-law. Bur-
1 ton Wirtsehafter. of Philadelphia,
j served as best man.
A dinner party at the Latin
Quarter was given for the immedi-
ate family following the ceremony.
After spending a week at Ha-
vana, Cuba, the newlyweds will re-
side at 15 Salamanca Avenue, Cor-
al Gables.
'Matthew Kline Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Matthew Aaron Kline, son of Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Kline, 1857 NW
50th Street, will became Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, March 20th at Ti-
fereth Israel Northside Center.
Matthew attends Jackson High
School, where he is in the eighth
grade. He is a pupil of the Tifereth
Israel Hebrew School. Rabbi Loui-
A. I'assel will omciate and i^'-
the B.ir Mitzvah.
:it. of the Bar Mitzvah.W
be lnsts a< the Oneg Shabbal on
Friday night and will serve a Kid-
dutfe on Saturday morning follow-
ing the services.
\
/Kiss Koijlind G. Winer
Rosalind Winer to
Wed m June 20th
Rosalind Gail \Nmcr and Inl
Goodman met while they were stu-
dents at Miami Senior High School.
Now they arc planning to be mar-
ried on June 20th.*
The bride elect's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Max Winer, 2220 SW 14th
Street, who announced her betroth-
al to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
(-Goodman, 4735 SW 3rd Street
Miss Wmer is employed by
Southern Bell Telephone Company.
Her fiance la a. sophomore at the
IniveiMtv of Miami, where he is
majoring in arts and science.
Slewirl Alan Greensfe.'n
Stewart (Jpeenstein
Bar Mitzvah to be
Wield at Beth David
Stewart Alan Greenstein. son of
Mrs. Kitty Layton and Mr. Charles
Greenstein. will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday' morning, March
20th, at Beth David Synagogue.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate at
\ the ceremony.
Stewart Alan attends Shonandoah
Junior High School, where he is a
member of the band. He belonged
to the Shenandoah Elementary Bi-
cycle Drill team invited to Wash-
ington, D.C., where it won first
prize.
A reception will follow the cere-
mony at the synagogu". Open
house will be held on Saturday
I evening at 2240 SW 19th Street.
Among out-of town guests who
will be present for the occasion are
Mr. and Mrs. Jue Rose, Durham,
North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. J;ike
Shapiro, Peterson, New Jersey; Mr.
and Mrs. Max Ta.iis, Dayton. Ohio:
, and Mr. and sirs. Marts Glassman,
New York jity.
rilklngtnn
Mrs. Joseph Nerove
: Kattelmans (iuests
IOf Sam Kdclmnns
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kattelman. of
| Philadelphia, and winter residents
here, are guests at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Edclmnn, 415
East Di Lido Drive, following Mr.
Kattelmans discharge from St.
Francis Hospital. The Kattelmans
arc Mrs. Erlelman's brother and
si-lerin-law.
A
Th-3 Bar Mitzvah of Martin
Harry Greonberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Greenberg,
1610 Meridian Avenue, will
take place on Saturday morn-
ing at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. f An
eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High
School, Martin attends the
Religious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. A re-
ception in his honor will be
held at the Shelborne Hotel
on Sunday evening.
IMlklnston
Miss Sharon Press
|>n Press Bas
rail on Saturday
J" l'"''--. caughter of Mr.
Gilbert Press, 231 Santil-
Pi"e, Coral Cables, will be-
gs Mitzvah on Saturday,
ffn. at the Coral Gables
J|enter. Rabbi Morris A.
I1" ofticiate.
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wbgradeal Ponce de Leon
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^^MM^_ ^i^n..nnanaw,
Fruchtman Dinner
Plans Advanced
Site of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America testimonial
dinner to Charles Fruchtman on
April 7th will be the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel. Samuel Friedland,
cc> chairman announced Wednes-
day.
Friedland reported "considera-
*'. ble friterest is being evidenced in
thisAinner. which marks the first
testimonial by the Greater Miami
('immunity to Mr. Fruchtman."
Friedland. who is the national vice
chairman of the Seminary's plan-
ning and campaign committee, said
that the affair also will be the
initial tribute paid by the Semin-
ary to a South Florida resident.
Joseph M. Rose is co-chairman
of the affair. He said that dinner
vice chairmen ani o*hr cp""iit-
tee members will be named later
this week.
David Levinson. the third co-
chairman of the dinner, reported
some 300 persons are expected to
attend. "Mr. Fruchtman s work as
chairman of campaigns for the He-
brew Academy and the winter resi-
dents division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, plus his aotivitv a<
treasurer of Federation and as vice
president of the Center shows him
to be a true communal leader," he
added.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. a mem-
ber of the Seminary's Rabbinic
Cabinet, said that Fruchtman is
"truly deserving of this honor,
which is being extended to him by
the Seminary, but which could be
equally well his from the many
other organizations for which he
labors in an untiring, modest man-
ner "
Purim Celebration
**? i *t ftnrSH+r
Children of the Religious School
and Hebrew Academy of Congre-
gation Beth El will hold a Purim
celebration in Dora August Memo-
rial Hall on Sunday morning.
March 21st.
Mrs. Pertes is Chairman
Announcement was made this
week of the appointment of Mrs
Rose Pertes as membership chair
man of the South Florida Chapter
of the Arthritis and Rheumatism
Foundation.
Obituaries
LENA BRECHER
anil two ilauKhti

., NATHAN LESSEN
s. of '! Magciore .\ .
i n Manh :m
i re
''> Harold
and atop daucbter-lo-lan Un Sylvia
fried* in. .- were on
Htn, .n th.- Miami R th ,n-
ni In Klai if David
MORRIS A. LtWiS
' *l! '.Ilins Ai.niif. ,]..
Man h Igtfc .h Ins hurt-.-. A
resident for 14 years, ii.- caiaa front
Ji.-lri.il an.| is surviv.il by his wife
tunny, and thr.-e bmtbora. im-lutling
1. of Miami, and two sister*
OM w.re on March lith. at Ml.
amii nitKta Kiveraide. with intercom
in Muun' haul 'Vmetery.
SAMUEL BENACH
... of 170 Jam.-- Avenue, died on
March 12th. Hi- rame heru newaa
yean, ago from Detroit and in sur-
vived by his son. Henry, of Srarsdale,
N(* Jorlt, *"< a dauluer. Mr. An-
neit Robinaoo, 1 .etn.it s,-i\.. ,.. JIKi
Interment were in Detroit.
ISRAEL KEMETSKY
JJ, of 1201 Marseille Drive, who rame
here six years ago from l'hiUi.Wl:ihia
died on Marvh 1Mb In a local hos-
pital. He was a retired aheetmetal
worker Survivors include thr^*
daughter*, Mrs lteba Sihwartr. Mrs.
Sylvia WinKler and Mrs Jean Kamin
all of Miami. Services were on Man h
llth at Reach Memorial Cha|..l. with
Interment In Mount Sinai Cemetery.
CHARLES FRIKM.AH
54. former chief of the S and C. svndi-
i-ate. died on March 5th. Servloe*
were on March 10th at Miami Ilenrh
Riverside, with interment in Mount
:\ebo Cemetery
IDA ZABARSKV
.5. of 12. SW 30th Court, died on
March J*lh. Cordon's Miami Funeral
Horn* was in rhirsr of arruniremt-nts
JACK MELOON
.4. of US SW 12th Avenue, died on
March 12th. Cordon's Miami Funeral
Home wa in .-barge of arrangements.
. MOLLlaPE. REIFMAN
... of u Island Avenue, died on Kri-
day. March 12th. Miami Beach River-
side waa in charge of local arrange-
ments
HARRY SCHWARTZ
... of 211 SW llth Avenue, wh
here 15 years ago from Itrookh n Naw
xork, died on Sunday. March 14tli, at
his home He was a retired autornooHe
upholsterer. Survivors Include his
wlfe^ucla. Services were -on March
>2th Th Gordon's Miami Chapel. In-
terment was in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Samuel Friedland (second from right) congratulates Charles JruchlrpanljMi the testimonial
dinner which the Jewish Theological Seminary of America will hold in'ana honor on April
7th. Friedland, national vice chairman of the Seminary's Planning and Caaj,ppign Committee.
will be a co-chairman of the function. Looking on are Michael Tose (left), a patron of the Sem-
inary, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, member of the Seminary's Rabbinic Cabinet.
Teen Age Coi
Sets Purim
The Teen Age Cnmw
Greater Miami fefijg
Center, Beach Branch la
sentative bodv ,,! all r~ 1
Age groups, ,his Ce*
its annual I'ur.m CarnlnJl
Saturday night. March
cording to Rod Leslie pre
the Council, this affair,
to be one of the most
the year for Miami's tetjj
The carnival will star, ..
and continue to 12 ny/
"Purim Sweetheart" wiu|
Proceeds from the card
be donated to the Grtgtf.
Jewish Community Center
Participating clubs are,!
Gamma Phi Delta, VubJ
Amicus. Sigma LaroM?
CHMiVeUors. Rebel,. Km
quiff* and Sigma TatTL
Beach Branch; Kappa Tat,]
Gams, Omega Delta Psi.fl
and Jigs, from the To*,)
The following comnutw
man are engaged in arrj
dance, Carole Fine; fiua
Clein; publicity. Mimi
booths, Mike Heller,
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liomi Hodassah Pledges
0,000 Toward Sum Needed
I Complete Medical Center
Me Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
L Medical Center in Israel stands
|nnK stride closer to completion
Ly following Sunday night's suc-
tsful Midway Dinner in Miami
W A A
Rome 350 persons pledged up-
jrds of S20O.0O0. raising the na-
Inwide total collected for the
jjtv of Science" at Ein Karem
L the $5,700,000 mark of a $10,
||,000 goal.
_*n. Estes Kefauver, of Tenne9
V principal speaker, was pre-
bed a citation as a "Distingush-
iDefender of Democracy" by Mrs.
iris E. Goldman of Miami Beach,
fner chairman. (J .
oseph Chcrner. honorary- chair-
in of Operation Midway, was
frded a plaque for "outstanding
vice to Hadassah, Israel and all
.y." The presentation was made
[Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, toast-
jter and former national presi-
pi of Hadassah.
Jlrs. Milton Sirkin served as co-
Frirnian of the function, which
fcrd Dr. Joseph Hirsh report that
I center "will bring 20th century
fence to all of the Middle East,
jich now is the great transmis-
i center from the disease-afflict-
[Far East to Europe and Amer-
jtabbi Irving Lehrman of the Mi-
Beach Jewish Center gave the
location, and Rabbi Leon Kro-
i of Temple Beth Sholom said
I benediction.
Mrs. Samuel SakraK president
Jthe host Greater Miami Chapter
IHadatsah. announced a pledge
[$20,000 by the 11 local groups
aards the medical center, now
per construction six miles from
usalem.
^Jewlsiinrwirto+r,
PAGE 9 A
Mrs. Estes Kefauver congratulates Joseph Chemer following
presentation of a plaque honoring him "for outstanding service
to Hadassah, Israel and all Jewry" at Sunday night's Midway
Dinner. Sen. Estes Kefauver, who was the principal speaker
at the dinner which raised more than $200,000 for the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew University Medical Center, looks on with approv-
al. Cherner, Miami Beach and Washington, D.C., business
and civic leader, was honorary chairman of the national func-
tion which attracted more than 350 persons.
Dr. Einstein Honored Round World
On 75th Birthday; Germans Comment
Raskin Will
Address Forum
Saul Raskin will be guest speak-
er at a meeting of Der Yiddisher
Forum on Saturday evening, March
20th, 8:15 p.m., at Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
Raskin will discuss/The Holy
Ark in Jewish Art." He U a noted
painter arjd authors-nffworVs hav
ing been exhibited in 15 American
art museums, including the Metro-
politan in New York City.
Raskin has published 10 books,
illustrating the Hebrew classics.
A Purim feast will follow the
main program. Der Yiddisher
Forum is a weekly feature of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Yiddish Scientific Institute.
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Ibe "cleansing" themselves or
bpeasing."
The Communists have denounc-
I Jewish organizations for oppos-
| Communism, branding even the
pt distinguished groups as "Mc-
rthyite." This is done despite
fact that it is demonstrably
le that Jewish groups art in the
wfront of the struggle for pre-
King traditional civil liberties.
lis done without regard to the
Bhip poll which indicated that
Ire Jews per capita than mem-
p of any other religious faith
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gly adhere to the Jewish faith
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fiism as well as totalitarian tac-
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walter Act. the Communists
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Union has had an even worae
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e 1917. The Communists rail
pmst the United States detention
W provided under the McCar-
w?' ^"rity Act but their
wwcal motherland is just one
detention camp. They grimly
P. against the freeing of war
P>"fls and remilitarisation of
Lv A^rmany They swk to pot-
American antiZionist tenden-
n. ""l-Semitism at the same
Pe they ,ns,st that anti-Zionism
pwti-Semitism are things apart
Lb .k"1"^1 co*ntries. Mean-
Pe ,he Darry Worker accuses
Eot?r?KS" of having been,
g^e^attempt to murder j
Continued from Page 1 A
demic freedom submitted by the
Emergeny Civil Liberties Commit-
tee, sponsor of the meeting. In his
replies. Prof. Einstein hit out
sharply at 'inquisitions," Congres-
sional investigations of political
opinions of individuals and "witch-
hunting."
The New York Times, in an edi-
torial on Prof. Einstein, noted that
his contributions to the world of
science have changed the lives of
his contemporaries in this world,
despite the fact that so few under-
stand them, and quoted the late
George Bernard Shaw's remarks
that Einstein's name will go down
in history with those of Pythagor-
as, Aristotle, Galileo and Newton.
The editorial also paid tribute to
his political belief in democracy
and liberty and declared that "his
genius is for mathematics and phil-
osophy, not for politics."
German newspapers are devot-
ing considerable space to articles,
photographs and drawings of Prof.
Albert Einstein, on the occasion of
his 75th birthday, Bonn reported.
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Miamians Honored
At NCCJ Dinner
Second annual Brotherhood Din-
ner of the Florida Region. Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
Jews. Monday night honored three
Greater Miamians who have con-
tributed materially to interfaith
understanding during the past
j ear.
Leonard Csina. banker. John B.
Turner, oil executive, and Carl
Weinkle. retired food chain own-
er, were the men cited. They rep-
resent the Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish communities here
Principal speakers at the dinner
included Dr. Abraham L. Sachar.
president of Brandeis University,
Dr. Frank P. Graham. IN medi-
ator, and James H. Twohy, NCCJ
national vice chairman.
Lashing out at the "bully boys
who preempt the headlines and
who are grave hazards for our
democratically anchored Institu-
tions," Dr. Sachar told his audience
that "their antics and their hulla-
baloo must not divert us from
equally grave dangers that threat-
en the fabric of freedom." He said
that too many of these attacks;
have resulted in many of "our '
great governmental minds" return-:
ing to private life.
"One of the great casualties of
our time." Dr Sacher added, "is
i ur sense of indignation. The most
-itr-. i k- upon our rights
upon, our laws and sanctions leave
unoved
Dr. Graham called for "sound
ican policies for the Commu-
: Nations He told those
the dinner that
i resident Eisenhower must be
{hi to pre-
rv< ; he tr. tj making power of
and that further dev< I-
: the Point Pour technical
sistance pn ram to foreign na-
I
iiy. third principal speaker.
id th.it "at thi- critical hour of
. the Brotherhood of man
under the Fatherhood of God must
main avowal every-

Carl Weinkle
Community Singers
In Sunday Debut
Debut concert of the Jewish
Community Singers will be held;
Sunday evenin;. March 21st, 8:15
p.m.. at Miami Beach High School,
14th Street and Drexel Avenue.
I'nder the direction of Ben Yom
en. with Margaret Yomen acting
as accompanist, the music group
will present excerpts from the fam-
ous Jewish operetta. "Shulamith."
bj Avrobom Goldfaden. There will
also be a dramatic presentation in
h, I salute U> "30(1 Year- of
American Jewrj The presenta-
tion will highlight aspects of Am-;
erican history
\ mg feature pi rformers to ap-
pear ut the concert will be kfeline
Kulhanjian, lyric soprano, arid Jul-|
dramatic U-nor.
Bazaar at West Miami
Two-day bazaar and carnival is
luled by the West Miami Jew-
ish Center for Saturday and Sun-
t 5720 SW 17th Street. The
offair is being sponsored by the sis-
rhnod and will start at 8 p.m..
Saturday evening.
Open House Here
Openhouse for Harvey R Klein,
who is running for State Legists
tare from Group 2 in the Democra-
tic Primaries in May will be held
at his headquarters. 1603 SAY. 8th
Street, on Wednesday. March 24th.
1 p.m.
4'hasv I vtlvral
Han Annirvrsary
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Association held Open House on j
Monday. The three Chase In,.,
tioni 1100 Lincoln Koad. 425 41-'
Street ...'id 7474 Collins Awn;ie. re-
ceived congratulatory mranigas on
the occasion of the institution s
20 vears of activity in the savings
and loan field.
("(incurrent with the 20 rear cala
bration. C L. Clements. s r chase
Federal president, announced the
organizations publication of a |
magazine. "Tropical Living." dedi-
cated to the memorv of Frank A
Chase.
Million Square-Foot
Tract Bought Here
3y Miller, Setter
Joseph Miller. i>f the Miami Pro
vision Co., and Harry Saffer, presl
:. Brol
a Miami food brokerage concern.
were tin- week revealed as the buy-
ers <( .i I land adjoining
Air i in* Haiti main
hue between MW 48th and 5Ith
Strei
The tr.ie! extends westward to
ith Avenue in Hialcah. The
real estate transaction reportedly
the iggest undeveloped
industrial trad remaining in Dad*
County Reliable spokesmen listed
the sal* price in excess Of S600.000.
or more than S6.000 per acre It
measures 1.275 feet in width and
3.275 in length This approximates
more than 4.000.000 square feet of
land area.
Miller and Saffer purchased the
tract from the estate of the late
Meyer B. Shanbarg. Saffer -.ait
negotiations are already under way
with three national concerns, one
a leading meat packer, for ware-
house space.
I he Seaboard. Saffer explained,
has agreed to build a lead track
through the center of the site from
north to south which will triple
the amount of available track
frontage. "If Hialeah authorities
are willing." he added, "we will
I 1210-foot strip along the
western edge lor multiple family
housing.
"This we believe would -erve the
dual purpose ol providing an ac-
ceptable buffer strip between the
industrial area and residential ar-
ea west ,,f 9th Street and busing
for employees ol iirms who leaM
in the area."
Both Miller and Saffer are active
in civic and philanthropic circles
locally. Thej are active m the Na-
t.onal Children's Cardiac Hospital
and have been associated with
Greater Miami < JA drives.
Ardinore
Leonard Stuart Levy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levy,
cf 2931 Sheridan Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvaht this Sabbath at
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will address the celebrant.
Leonard is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High School and attends the
Religious School of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center.
Louise Chapter to Meet
l.oui- Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress, will meet on Monday.
1 p.m.. at the Cadillac Hotel. Guest
Of honor will be Miss Naomi Le-
vine, national director ol the Wom-
en's Division of AJC. "At Level
Sunlight." by Maurice Samuel, will
ba reviewed by Mrs. I. M. wcin
stein.
Krasner Double
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memories of the late Emma
and Jacob Krasner. formerly of
1458 SW 1st Street, was held Sun-
day, March 14th. I p.m.. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Survivors include a son. David,
and two daughters. Miss Batelts
Kr.,sr:.-r and Mrs Annette Wil-
liams. Arrangements were in
charge ol I'alir.ei". Miami Monu-
ment (o.i.pany
Since its founding, the savings Tamara Chapter Meeting
id lo:.n in^iitui..... i;..j_____' m
and loan institution listed more
than 32.000 accounts by the end of
1953. with upward of'7.000 home
loans made.
In addition to insured savings ac-
counts, (hase Federal Savings of-
fers monthly payment home loans,
bank money orders. American Ex-
press Travelers (hecks, -afe de-
posit boxes at the North Beach of-
, fice and special savings accounts
-in the form of Holiday and Col-
1 lege Clubs.
Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Worn
en. will hold an annual Punm
meeting on Tuesday evening.
March 23rd. 8 p.m.. at the Tide Ho
tel. The program will include an
Israeli motion picture and a skit
Participating will be Mrs. Lillian
Stone and Mrs. Shirley Gross, ac
cording to an announcement by
Mrs Ann Frank, president.
Udells Are Hosts
Mr and Mrs jdck ldell wi|, ^
hots to residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged at their month-
ly birthday party on Tuesd.,
ning. March 23rd. a traditional
Punm party is scheduled under the
direction of Jack Fishman
V To Mark Purirn
I L *"* '" Congregation will
hold a Purim Festival on Sunday
I evening. March 21st. 6 p.m. accord-
in* to an announcement here by
I Saul Meringoff. president.
Arnold Grant, son of Mrs.
Dianne Grant and the late
Lewis Grant, will become Bar
Mitzvah at the Sabbath morn-
ing service of the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
Arnold has successfully com-
pleted and passed the test
given by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and sanctioned
by the Rabbinical Associa-
WANTED
CLARA BORNSTEIN BURNS,
about 60 years of age. born in Bar-
lad. Rumania, to the Solomon Jaro-
slavicis. She came to the United
States 1910-1912. Her husband is
Carol Burnstein Burns. Thev have
two children, Sibille and Solomon
They are being sought by SYLVIA
GOLDENBERG, of Nachliel a Beit
Nagar. -Hedera, Israel. She was
born in Bucharest. Rumania, on
November 18, 1817. Her parents
are Saly and Herman Jaroslavici.
and she arrived in Israel on OcW
Shupack Unveiling
The* dedication of a moniunent
to the memory of the late Beulah
Shupaek. formerly of 1100 Vene-
tian Wav. will be held Sunday.
March 21s(. 130 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Mrs. Shupack is sur-
vived by hrr husband. Samuel; a
daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hecht; a
son. Robert, and three sisters, Mrs.
William Sernoffsky. Mrs. Irving
Goldstein and Mrs. Fay Olin. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Holstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Elmer R.
Holstein. formerly of 2760 SW 34th
Court, will take place Sunday.
March 21st, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky officiating. Mr. Holstein is
survived by his wife, Lillian; a
son. Joel; a daughter. Joan Lee; a
brotha/^d fIFUr sisters Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are^sked to
attend. ^
Ardmort
Robert Sokolove. son of Mr
?c,do !* ^^ Sokolove.
4*18 Sheridan Avenue, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, March 20th. 10-45
am at,Temple Beth Sholorn.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will of- I
eTX' Sz**?- a s,udent l I
Lhril Sh0l0ra Re9ius
"rodeat Nautilus Junior High
Mednick Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Abraham
Mednick, formerly of 10021 NE
9th Court, will take place Sunday,
March 21st at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ovaky officiating. Mr. Mednick is
(survived by his wife Eva; two
sons. Sidney and Harvey, also one
j brother. Louis Mednick. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Krantz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Barney
KranU. formerly of 1948 SW 21st
Terrace, will take place Sunday.
March 21st, 11 a.m., at Mt Nebo
Cemetery with Rev David Blatt-
man officiating. Mr KranU is sur-
vived by a daughter. Mrs. Esther
ii Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
Wolkoff Unveil^
The dedication of 7
to the memory of ,il!S
Wolkoff. formVnj,,ftfl
Street. Hialeah. *S ^M
Sunday. March 2K, 3 ^f
Sinai Memorial 'P1P*J
with Rabbi Harrv P r
the Hialc.l, Miami Spfa
Center, officiating u*
is survive,! by a *> g
Arizona; t daughteW
becca Wein-tein and Wn
two sisters. Mrs TilJi,
Mrs. Mamie Axelrod.1
York; and a brother
of Philadelphia Arran-
in charge of Palmer's!
ment Company, Kriendl
fives arc asked to attesM
Abbott Unveiling
The dedication of I
to the memory of the L
Saul Abbott, formerly si
19th Terrace, will uktl
day, March 21st. 3 pmJ
Cemetery with Dr JomJ
official in g Ishe Saulij
by his parents. Mr and!
old J. Abbott: a sister,L
and his grandparents. Sba
J. Abramson. of Miasffl
and Mrs. Sam AronoviuT
lyn. Arrangements are iaj
Palmer's Miami Monua
pany. Friends and
asked to attend
Rayvis Unveiling
The dedication of 11
to the memory of the I
Rayvis. formerly of 13751
Street, will take place)
March ?lst. 2 p.m. at
Cemetery with Rabbi |
officiating Mr Rayvis *
by his wife. Bertha; a:
a daughter. Mr- Sylvia!
a brother. Israel, of Ph
and four grandchildren.!
vis was a member of
B'rith, Beth David Cong
and of the Miami Zionist!
Arrangements are in d
mer's Miami Monumei
Friends and relatives are I
attend.
Diner Unveiling
The dedication of a
to the memon of the
! Diner, formerly of 838 fj
vania Avenue, will take]
'day, March 21sl at 3 pm]
j Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi]
Rackovsky officiating Mr
survived by a son Harrr<|
fornia; three daughters ti
Mednick of Miami. Mn- 1
renkes of Miami Beach
Clara Greenblau of Chk
three sisters. Mrs. Leah W*
Rosenfield and Rivka
of Miami Beach Arranf
in charge of Palmer's Ma
ment Company. Friends.
lives are asked to attend .j
Esseroff Unveiling
The dedication of a
to the memory of the ml
Esseroff. formerly of 1bJ
Avenue, was held Ma
1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cef
Rabbi S. T. Swirskj i
Mrs. Esseroff is """^"i!
sons. Morris and
daughters, Betty Rahfl
be Kaplan. Rae TeppeTI
Irvine; and a sister, mW
lenson. Mrs. Kssemff ,
member of the .Icwish r
the Aged and a member!
ami Beach Jewish Center.
ments were in charge or
-Mianu Monument CompaP/j
Sandrew Unveiling,
The dedication of a mojf
the memory of the late "|
drew, formerly of Ji
Street, will take P**ai
March 21st at 3:00 P m- *
Memorial Park Cemetery
bi Max Shapiro offttJjJ
Sandrew is survived oy
band Benjamin; one sw
four daughters, .MnL-
Greene. Mrs. BeatriceJ'
Mrs Florence AdlerjM*^!
Mrs. Theresa Br.skJ 9
York; also one brother-
Levinson of Miami u' ^|
Mrs Bessie M^Sjft
field and three RWgjg
rangements are in ch*^y
1 Monument som?"*


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PAGE 11A
ichar to be Honored at Brandeis
rsity Dinner on April 1st in Delano
ram L Sachar, president
University, will be
i ., a dinner in the Delano
TThursday evening, April
p.m.. by the Greater M -
Liltee ior Brandeis Uni-
L up a committee of over
ent citizens of the area
adopted" Brandeis as
*">,
their Alma Mater are Ben Dan-
baum, local business man, and Ben
B. Gaines, motel operator. "The
Jewish sponsored non-sectarian col-
lege which graduated its first class
last June has been adopted by
thousands of men and women
throughout the nation to assure
support of its expanding program,"
Danbaum and Gaines explained.
Dr. Sachar, who will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the affair, is recog-
nized as a noted historian and one
of the leading educational author-
ities on American life today. Be-
fore joining Brandeis University as
its first president. Dr. Sachar was
Professor of History at the Univer-
sity of Illinois and former national
director of Hillel Foundation.
Dr. Sachar, who flew to Miami
Beach to address the annual dinner
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, was greeted
by the local Brandeis Committee
at a luncheon held at the Delano
Hotel.
LEGAL NOTICE
Be* Goines
is of Variety Show
pled for Lend-A-Hand
D. Brandeis Free Sons of
199, and its Auxiliary,
et for a variety show on
evening, March 27th, 8
the Beach Branch of the
Miami Jewish Community
|rlollywood will be musical
Participating are Abe
\, Lilly Schester. Zeda Dur-
Morris Conrad. Proceeds
| the Lend-A-Hand Fund,
arge of reservations are Dr.
fechenbaum, Gus Schwalb,
evy and Clair Bergovoy.
\tor Pinchik
is Contract
famous ("antor Pinchik
bepted his 20th High Holy
pgagement at Congregation
Israel N'usach Sfard in
fimmiUee from the Chicago
gatum vacationing in Miami
i invited Cantor Pinchik to
linal arrangements here.
|committee consisted of Mor-
1 Kite, president of the con-
Ion, David Schaffner, Leib
I Samuel Sklar and Abraham
per. J. Hyman, the Cantor's
tntative, was also present.
^ial signins of the contract
at a luncheon held in
rath Haven Hotel last Fri-
B'nai B'rith Women
Slate Local Functions
Dramatic Group of the North
Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en will present comedy in one act,
"They're None of Them Perfect,"'
on Tuesday, March 23rd, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Center. Martha Bruce Mor-
gan is director of the group.

Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its weekly
menorah card party at the Empress
Hotel on Wednesday, March 24th.
1 p.m.

North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will conduct its
weekly menorah games Party at
the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednes-
day, March 24, 12:30 p.m.

The North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its first
annual donor luncheon on Thurs-
day, March 25th, 12:30 p.m., at
Riccio's Restaurant.
Rabbi Henry Okalica, of the
North Dade Jewish Center will be
guest speaker. Donor chairman is
Mrs. Charles Hineser. ,
Puccini Opera Slatod
At U of M Monday
The Opera Workshop of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music
will present Puccini's Madame But-
terfly at Beaumont Hall on Mon-
day evening, March 22nd at 8:30
p.m.
Directed by Dr. Arturo di Filippi
and with Lina Maddaford, accom-
panist and coach, the opera will be
sung in costume with chorus and
props.
r>u ward Doe, former university
student and now a member of the
Cincinnati Opera Company, will re-
turn to take the role of Sharpless
in this production. Mr. Doe sang
the role of the Bonze in the Opera
Guild production with Albanese in
January.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VILLAGE I'AINT IKIDV WORKS,
at 736 E. loth St., Hlaleah, IntendM to
register auld name with the Clerk of
tin I'lrcult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDWARD H. SWEASY, Owner
OBOflOE E. sciiri.Z
Attorney for Applicant
11". I'lirtiuM Parkway, Miami Spring"
l/le-M 4/2-9______________________
NOTICb UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the untUMreiffiied, desiring to engagi- In
tmslnese under the fictitious name of
M ri.lt PACKING COMPANY, at 50C
north of Sheridan St. Road, east of an
adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad
track, Broward ('"iintv, Florida in<>
street address) also imi B.W. Tznd
Court. Miami, Florida, Intend" ti> reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Counts, Florida.
HOLLYWOOD
SLAUGHTERHOUSE, INC.
KOVNER .V MANNIIEIMER
Attorney! for
Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc.
3,19-26 4/2-9______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1672M
KARL MAXo.N CARPENTER.
Plaintiff,
FLORENCE BOYLE CARPENTER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KI-ORENCE BOYLE
CARPENTER
1780 West 4th Street
Brooklyn, New York.
Ytll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the above
entitled cause and you are hereby-
required to serve a copy of your Ann-
wer to the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 19th
day of April, 1934, otherwise a Decree
Pro Cbnfesso will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oKlDIAN.
Mated at Miami, Florida, this 16th
day of March, 1954.
E. II. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
PAI.LOT, SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Till Congress Building, Miami, Florida
3/19-28 4/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Kress to Speak
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will have
a regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 23rd, 1 p.m., it has been an-
nounced by Mrs. William Wein-
traub, president. Guest speaker for
the afternoon will be Dr. Erna
Klass who will speak on child dis-
cipline.
ITS SMART TO SEE THE
IN MIAMI
0874 732 BlbC BLVD
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DALE'S SINDRIEN. at 1041 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach. Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATHAN RCHENSTEIN
CARL EDWIN LIPTON
Attorney for Applicant
927 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
o/l-;o 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS,
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS J1ERE11Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rhgUge In
hutines* under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO TEXTILES & Cl'SH-
ION8, at 4r, N E. 19th Street, Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit OoOTl
of Dade County, Florida.
FLAMINGO TEXTILES, INC.,
Florida corporation.
Sole owner
PALI/W, SILVER ft MILLOT
Attorneys for Flamingo Textiles, Inc.
3/19-26 *:-:
Vourjtessover
IMlW
I
I
toKteutized DATES
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28539-A
RE: ESTATE OF "
SAMUEL S SACKS. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Ex*cd;
tricea of the estate of SAMUEL K
SACKS deceased; and that on the
19th day "f April 1954 winlaMfe f
the Honorable W. F\ BLANToN,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as BSectltrtoea
of the Estate of SAMUEL S. SACKS.
deceased ._,
This 15th day of March. 1154.
MAE jf COHEN, formerly
Mae J. Seltaer and
ADELAIDE COHEN
KOVNER ft MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Executrlcea
J/19-26 4/t-______________
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
r*v, ** NAME LAW
NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
bualness under the fictitious na*e of
EDDIE'S SERVICE 8TAT ON. at 58*
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, In-
tend, to regieter aald name withthe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida. ^^ 8o,e QWBer
ELI BRBOER
Attorney for Applicant
2S. IJneoln Road
3/l-M 4/8-9_____________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32246 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CARRIE MAE SMITH, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mav have against the
estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de-
1 late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
>r demands to contain the legal ad-
Iress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be burred.
Date March IT, AD. 1954.
OLIVE I!. SMITH,
As Administratrix of the
te Of
CABBIE MAE SMITH.
DelC.lSed.
MILTON II. RICHMOND
AttOI n. i for OllVe II. Smith
I 4/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A
In Re: ESTATE QJ
WILLIAM IUHENSTE1N,
I leeeaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of WILLIAM KCBENSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County. Florida >
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within right
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented aa aforesaid, or aame
will be barred.
Date March 15, A.D. 19a4.
RAE RITBENSTEIN
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN.
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
3/19-I6 4/1-9
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
"DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.JN
CHANCERY
HARRY A. ilUBERMAN. Plaintiff,
DOROTHY. K.
HI HERMAN.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO 7 ROTH Y K. HI'BERMAN
ACE RUG CLEANERS
** South Rivr Drlr. Phonw 9-1155 & 82-2007
RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED
Carp* Laying and Repairing
FUHNITUBE CLEJUIBfa
NOTIFIED
for Divorce
has been
herebv required to aerve a <
4911 Surf Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY
that a Bill of Complaint
filed against you and you
- copy
At-
R^dr,Mimi'i.;;uh;Kiorid.'!
and f.7e "he original In -he office of
The clerk of the Circuit t ourt -m or
r^tore "urll 19. 194, In default of
which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed by >J>^ ....
DATED this ,12 ^A^RrMhAJ.M
Cleric, Circuit Court
S/M-M. /*-.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PAL1X>T, SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7I Congress Building. Miami. Florida
In'the" CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16728*.
SALOME GILBERT, Plaintiff
MARK (3 GILBERT. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARK O. GILBERT
150 Ocean Avenue
Brooklyn. New York. ____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has Been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
herebv required to serve a copy
l>y ol
plalnl
rour Answer to the Bill of tomp
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of April. 1954. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confess will be entered
Thla notice eha.ll be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FLfHtlDlAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 15th
S/16-21 4/5-9
symbolic...
but they can't
live on it
they'll need more than matzoh
to make their Seder,
more than the ration allows...,
see that your Israel friends
get the food we take
for granted,
strictly kosher for Passover...'
send gift Scrip
(10, $15, 520, $25 or $50
and let them shop themselves.. *
or give your choice of
PARCEL ctrtificates
$11.50, $15.50, $20.50 or $25.50
SERVICE
ro.ISI.AEL
your local
Serv/cg for Israel Agencyt
SIMON SEIDEN
503 S.W. 17th At*.
Tel. 82-5480
GEORGE KRONENGOLD
TRAVEL SERVICE
141 N.E. 3rd Are.
TeL 2-7631
SINRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
r-oa am cokvi*ce*CB
)ID
for NEW
FILTERS
fee fear
AIR CONDITIONER
CALL
"PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL"
S2-8038
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 1(7313
HOWARD WULF. Plaintiff.
VB.
EMILY L. WULF, Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: EMILY L. WULF ,
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been fil-
ed iiKainxt >'ou' and vou *re required
to aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the rlalntirrn Attorney. HAROLD
TANNEN, 1009 Security Building. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the orlginnl
AnMwer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19th day of April. l54. if
vim fall tp do ao. judgment by default
w|ll be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thla 17 day of March, 1954.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for Plaintiff ,-
led* Security Butldlnc. Miami. Florida,
1/13-M 4/2-3


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JliexwiislhJEIliDiciidliiaiin
JMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1954
SEC. B
ashington Must Review
Arab Policy, Lewis Feels
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Ijewish Telegraphic Aflency
KITED NATIONS If Wash-
. could learn, then it would
l to hrart the lesson Of the re-
l upheavals in the Middle'East.
can the State Department
its policies, its concepts of
Jtegie defense in the area, on
IJjuakint; quagmires of the Arab
|es? That is a question that is
asked here not only by the
Eeli diplomats but by many
Jr Western diplomats, as" well,
lever has there been such an
. lesson as the "double trou-
of the end of February. Here
le the strong men. the really
lie elements in the area. Major
Ceral Mohammed Naguib of
tpt and Colonel (or did be pro-
le himself to General before he
j kicked out?i Adib Shishekly of
paand both had feet of clay,
bnce the storm struck, and the
lid no bigger than a man's hand
was an uprising of the Druse, they
collapsed. Their governments, the
Syrian and Egyptian Governments,
the most important governments
of the Arab world which the State
Department bad been eyeing so
longingly, broke into biU.
The comparison between the re-
volts and riots in Syria and Egypt
and the prevailing calm in Israel is
almost too obvious to make. De-
spite popular pleadings to stay on,
Prime Minister Ben Gurion insists
on retiring, and Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett quietly takes his
place. All kinds of political parties
exist in Israel, including extrem-
ist parties, but there are no revolu-
tions, no disorders, no camarillas,
no groups of officers overthrowing
governments, making presidents
and then breaking them and mak-
ing them again.
It is Israel which is the only sta-
ble country "in the whole region,
and that fact seems to be clear
enough to everyone except the be-
\ews Required to Tell
Officials Their Religion
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Washington united states
isular officers overseas are now
uiring Jews seeking visas to
fcrtify themselves as "Hebrews"
Ipite the f;ic! th;it such inquiry
lo religion violates published
Ite Department regulations.
Itembers of Pro.estant and Cath-
ie faiths who happen to be white
identified only as members of
i white race without any indica-
ln of their religion. But Jews are
(ted under Article Sixteen on
ka Form FS-257 under the head-
j&.
1
-
t
ISfSSard WQS coordinator
PhiFn^era,0r of ,h Del*
aLu Alumn Assad-
EC ofM. Qnd fashion
L",he Mone Carlo Ho-
K helTd ororiii honor ,he
|ln -wys 37,n anniversary.
CrCf' ,Uart Shapero.
ing of "race" as "Hebrew" rather
than white. A case in point is the
issuance of a visa in Tel Aviv dur
ing February by Margaret L. Allen,
American vice consul. Nationality
of the applicant was correctly de-
scribed as Israeli but the word "He-
i>rew" was typed in to meet with
the racial requirement.
The applicant considered him-
self to be a white citizen of Israel
and, by religion, a Jew. It was dif-
ficult for him to understand the re
quirement that he be designated
racially as a "Hebrew" rather than
as a member of the white race.
The US Embassy in Israel and
American consular officials else-
where who seek to label Jews are
violating State Department regula-
tions. It is clearly stated in Section
42-30A, Title 22, Code of Federal
Regulations, that "the requirement
of the (McCarran-Walter) Act that
an immigrant shall state in his ap-
plication his race and ethnic classi-
fication does not pertain to his re-
ligion."
An official declaration was made
by the Visa Division on August 29,
152, which "categorically" main-
tained that visa applicants were not
required to identify themselves as
Jews. Later, Edward Maney. the
present Vista Division chief, said
"it will be left to each individual
applicant to state what he consid-
ers to be his race. ."
What the Visa Division failed to
say, however, was that if the Jew-
ish applicant did not consider him-
self a member of the "Hebrew"
race, he might not get a visa. It
was true that he did not have to
list himself racially as a Jew, but
neither did he have to get a visa.
Thus, after a delay of several
months arising from "normal" Mc-
Carran-Walter red tape, the visa
applicant finds himself confronted
with a suggestion that he identify
himself to satisfy a racist concept.
He has little alternative.
The question was first raised by
Herman Edelsberg, Washington
representative of the Anti-Defam-
ation League, on March 14, 1952.
Mr. Edelsberg wrote the Visa Divi-
sion that the ADL was informed
that "in the case of persons of the
Jewish faith, consular officers have
in several instances typed in the
word 'Hebrew' in the space pro-
vided for the answer to the ques-
tion 'race.' This, of course, is clear-
ly an improper characterization
since Jews are a religious and not
a racial group. We should like to
suggest, therefore, that if for any
reason you see fit to retain the
Continued en Page 7B
mused Arab experts of the State
Department in their offices in
"Foggy Bottom," Washington.
The Israelis probably know Col-
onial Gamal Abdel Nasser, the new
Egyptian premier, better than any
foreigners; they once had him in
their hands. They surrounded him
and his brigade during the Pales-
tine War in what was known as the
Faluja Pocket.
The Israelis got to know him
fairly well because it was Colonel
Nasser, then the Brigade major,
who negotiated with them and ob-
tained the battlefront agreement
under which the Egyptians were al-
lowed to retire with their weapons
and their flags flying. They found
that he was a realist despite the
fact that he was an extreme nation-
alist; they noted, too, that he was
very bitter over the defeat which
the Egyptians had suffered in the
Palestine War, and the corruption
in Cairo.
Of course, it was Colonel Nasser
who led the officers' conspiracy |
which overthrew the Egyptian Gov-
ernment, deposed King Farouk and
put General Naguib in power. It
was he and his clique who ousted
General Naguib and then had to
bring him back because of the
popular demand. All the confusion
in Cairo, the claims the Commu-
nist officers were responsible for
what happened, would be amusing
if they were not a reflection of the
instability of the whole area.
The return of General Naguib is
taken as a sign here of the weak-
ness of Colonel Nasser and his rul-
ing clique of officers. It has given
rise to a prediction on the part of
serveps here that the present gov-
ernment of Egypt does not have
long to live and that there will be
yet another upheaval in the Middle
East.
Henry Montor (left), vice president of the State of Israel Bond
Organization, is shown meeting with Israel's Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett in the latter s office in Jerusalem. Montor, who
journeyed to Israel in response to an invitation from the new
Prime Minister, conferred with Mr. Sharett on plans for the
mobilization of financial resources for Israel's economic de-
velopment. The discussions stressed the importance of plans
for the final phase of the Israel Independence Bond Issue.
which terminates in May of this year.
Cypen, Rose to Chair
Bond Dinner March 24
rr
UM "Sketchbook
Now in Rehearsal
Out to top last year's earnings
for local charities, the University
of Miami annual student musical,
"Sketchbook," is now in full re-
hearsal. Featuring words and music
written especially for the 100-cast
production, it will be staged at
Dade County Auditorium on March
26th and 27th.
UM bandmaster Fred McCall is
coordinating the student variety
"extravaganza" that dispersed
more than $2,500 to ten Miami
charitable agencies last year.
Lyrics and music for this year's
show are by Al Foster, with addi-
tional material by Emma Von j
Zamph and George Beverest. Joe |
Mascola has arranged and will con-
duct the musical. The score will be
played by 24 students of the School |
of Music.
Aiding McCall as directors are |
Betty Jelenick. Carla Christensen,
Seda Khyan. Carl Curtis, Al Hock
man and Harley Joseph. Also ap-
pointed are Fred Albert, sets; Judy
Cohen, costumes; Sy Honig, busi-
ness manager; Leslie .Greenfield
and Pat Segall, tickets' Jack
Plumb, programs; and Marty Ro-
sen, publicity.
Last year's beneficiaries from
the net income of the production
were Variety Children's Hospital.
Combined Jewish Appeal. Ameri-
can Cancer Society, Heart Associ-
ation, St. Alben's Day Nursery.
Community Chest, United Cerebral
Palsy. Dade County Crippled Chil-
dren's Society. American Red Cross
and UM's Ashe Scholarship Fund.
Judge Irving Cypen and Joe
Rose, operator of the Royal Palm
Hotel will be co-chairmen of the
Israel Bond Organization dinner
honoring Mrs. Miriam Press in the
Di Lido Hotel on March 24th.
Mrs. Press has been named "bond
salesman of the year" as the result
of her efforts on behalf of the
State of Israel in the Greater Mi-
ami area during 1953. Mrs. Ma- i
tilda Ratner is dinner chairman,
and Rabbi Abraham Cassel is toast
master.
Reservations to the event may
be made by calling 58-5561. or visit-
ing Israel Bond headquarters at
1622 Collins Avenue.
At the same time Mrs. Ratner
revealed that principal speaker at
the dinner will be Esther Herlitz,
First Secretary of the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington.
One of Israel's highest-ranking
women officials, she will bring to
the Miriam Press dinner a sound
knowledge of the factors at work in
the expansion of Israel. In the past
few years she has held positions of
great importance both as an Army-
officer and as a civilian in diploma
tic service.
During the Arab siege of Jeru
salem, Miss Herlitz was second in
lot Rott
command of the Chenthe wom-
en's batallion of the Defense Army
of Israel, serving in that capacity
until July of 1948, when she was
appointed Acting Head of the Unit-
ed States Division of the Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In
1949 she came to America as an
advisor to the Israel Delegation to
the United Nations and, in Febru-
ary of 1950, was named Deputy
Head of the Foreign Ministry divi-
sion in Israel.
The following year she was ap-
pointed to her present post and has
taken a leading role in the sale of
State of Israel Bonds in this coun-
try.
Proceeds for Youth
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will hold its weekly
minyon card game for Youth Ali-
yah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on
Thursday. March 25th, 1 p.m.
frvuvf CyjMft
Pioneer Women's Group
To Hold Purim Affair
Greater Miami Council of Pion-
eers Women will hold a Purim
Masquerade Ball on Saturday eve-
ning, March 20th, 8 p.m., at Hibis-
cus Masonic Lodge.
Participating groups include
Club No. 1, Club No. 2. Golda My-
erson and Kadimah. Awards will
be given for individual costumes,
according to Murray Baum, mas-
ter of ceremonies? Music will be
by Jack Donnet.
GMJCC Plans
Spring Frolic
A gala spring frolic and dance is
presently being planned for Satur-
day evening, March 27th, by the
Adult and Golden Age Program
Committee of the Miami Branch
Planning Council of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
it was announced by Mrs. William
Zuckerman. chairman of the com-
mittee, and Bernard Weksler,
chairman of the Planning Council.
It is expected that the affair,
which will become an annual affair
of the Planning Council, will bring
together friends and supporters of
the Center.
Music will be provided by Jack
Murray and his orchestra. As a spe-
cial feature, the Nowakowski dance
team will demonstrate various
kinds of dances.
Others serving on the committee
are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Finkel-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein-
man, Mrs. Anna Levine, Mrs. Leo
Glasser. Mrs. Shirley Parton, Mrs.
Louis Sternshein, Mrs. Bernard
Weksler, Miss Maralene Lurie, Miss
Lillian Novikoff, Bernard Segal and
Hyman Kam.


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louHhrklten
Near-Complete Self-Sufficient Farms Are Envision,
By NURA LASKY
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
I much less than at presentwill
continue to be imported, cultiva-
tion of sugar beet and oil contain-
JERl'SALEMAlmost complete mg p|ants. such as groundnuts and
self-sufficiency in Israel"? agricul-j cotIon u,u be stepped up to lUCh
tural sector by 1960. as part of the, an ex|,.nt that considerable Wt-
Jewish State's endeavors to attain ; piUM., 0| processed food- will be
economic independence in the not, available for export The qunMty
too distant future-is envisaged in ; loVMly^^fbwfl groundnuts and
a seven-year development,plan re- cotton i. according to the experts,
cently pubh.-hed by the govern-
ment. It is an ambitious plan, and
it requires much capital investment
and people ready to become farm-
ers. But it should not be out of the
reach of the possible.
Draft No H. a- the blueprint is
called (for it succeeds two previ >u-
planning endeavors which were,
however, entirely unsuited to pre-
vailing conditionsi was prepared by
the newly established Joint Plan
ning Board, made up of represents
fives of the Government and the
Jewish Agency.
It calculates that by 1960. the
foreign exchange deficit in the
farming sector will be about S19
million, compared with an $87 mil-
lion deficit for 1952 and that by
then Israel will have an annual
so high th.it it pay- to grow them
on a \ :i-t scale Already Israel is
importing low-oualitj groundnuts
suitable for oil extraction at
purtitu her excellent nut h..
which are (etching wr> high prices
\id.
Contrary to the advice ol some
: ,ai>. its, tbr Plan ad-
vocates near-self-sufficiencs in ani-
mal feeds, but ,ii the same time it
restricts the arei t" be set aside
for fodder growing. This mean-
that expansion ol herds and fowl
flock- will be severely curbed, with
Ihe saddening result for the popu
button thai during the next six
war- .it least, they Will continue to
be restricted in animal protein con
>umption. meaning in plain Ian
ge that they won't be able to
yield of farm products worth S22S ,.. .;; >,, .... ,,. ,i steaks they
million, which is much more than ..,,,, However, with the expan-
double the present output figure sion of pasture land, particularly in
Moreover, 23 percent of the yield ,hl. Mmi-arid Nege. area, sheep
six years hence will be exported, cal .. M.,| with comparative!)
to earn the foreign exchange smal] outlays, and Israelis will have
ie continued purchas .. d ,,. the
East-
These tents, with temporary dwellings shown in th background, still dot Israel's ccaaJ
abroad of wheat and fodderin
which Israel will not becomi -
supporting for a long) r pi ri
well as coffi i t< i, industrial
equipment and plants
With the aim ol attaining the
'maximum possible food produc-
ts n for the population thai cat
vestment and within the -;.
possible time." main stress is laid
on improi lable kind,
rather than it- expansion, Tin- is
to be done chiefly by means ol
more than trebling the present ir-
rigated area of 150.000 acre- Bas-
ing population figures Bt th.- end
Of the period at 2.000.000 (that is
340.000 more than now) and calcu
lating that a parson eats in a year
what can be grown on a quarter of
an irrigated acre ibar breadgram-
the blueprint concludes that in six
years, this target will be within
very close sight The underlying
idea is that the present intake of
2.600 calories must be maintained,
even if the composition of the diet
is slightly changed in one direction
or another.
However, the target cannot be
reached unless the arming popula-
tion doubles during this develop-
ment period There are now 42.000
farming units. aru) for tnc past
two years it has become increas-
ingly more difficult trying to per-
suade people to move to the land.
Bread, fats and sugar production
will get first priority, even at the
expense of an increase in livestock,
ern Al
The pro. ran unds ambition-.
call it a "dream '* Its
I ment presupposes investment of
close to 295 million Israeli pounds
$170 million, excluding out-
la} for the kej irrigation pi
! which are financed by other
cies, but nevertheless, setting
aside more than half of the I
aying the Irrigation network.
There is, of course, bitter opposi-
tion to the scheme, particularly
among the farmers. They assert
that it from -now on new settlers
will have to be content with crop
raising and to forego allocation of
,i tlock of chicken and goat or
two or even a cow, there will be
even fewer volunteers to move to
bhe land Eggs, milk and meat
in comparatively easy money.
whereas recent over-production of
vegetables cannot serve ai a suffi-
cient Incentive, despite govern-
ment guarantees of minimum
- or taking up arming.
Economists are critical, among
other things, of the planners' ex-
port program, it teems Impossible'
,,t thi- stage to calculate how much
i hairmvn \amvd Beach Chamber
To Mvuvrt* Haw To Move Quarters
llr- UatUe Belle Davis, Miami
attorney, and Mr- J. B. Davidson,
clubwoman here, have been named
co-chairmen for the campaign of
Anna Brenner Meyers, candidate
for Circuit Court Judge in Group 5.
A native of Ellabell. Georgia.
Mrs Davis came to Miami in 1926.
and has practiced law here since
1936.
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce will soon move to its new
home at Washington Avenue and
17th Street, leaving behind its pres-
ent location at Fifth Strict and Al-
ton Road into which it moved in
1926.
Still using the facilities and most
of the equipment that was designed
for a director and two secretaries
at that time, the Miami Beach
She has been president of the Chamber of Commerce has grown
to a director, two staff men and
ten secretaries.
Henry Love has been appointed
by the Board of Governors to head
a committee to raise funds to pur-
chase new equipment.
Prospects for raising funds this
week included donations from My-
er Friedman, formerly of the Sax-
ony Hotel; Leo Adeeb. Board mem-
i foreign exchange Israel will earn
in I960 from the export of citrus
fruit, early vegetables, bananas,
tobacco, groundnuts and the like.
Wine exports arc listed as a major
item, but considering that France
already now has large surpluses of
well-known vintage wines, they ask
how Israel can hope to sell la'rge
quantities of wines abroad alto-
gether.
There are also other unknown
factor.-, .-uch as the development of
i the country's Arab farming sector
' and Israel's relations with her Arab
i neighbors. For if a peace treaty is
Signed during this period and rela-
tions are initiated, the entire agri-
I cultural policy would have to be
reviewed. In that case. Israel
would most probably import a
large part of her food requirements
from her Arab neighbors, as was
done during the Mandate, and
! would have to concentrate on rais-
ing those crops which she can ex-
port most successfully.
However, the planners point out
i that their blueprint i- and J
, main flexible, and ll A
, revised periodically ,nth(j
actual developments. Achin
and failure will be \&
analyzed carefully and adji
made wherever necessary.
Miami Business and Professional
Women's Club since 1952. and is a
member of the Dade County. Flor
ida. and American Bar Associa-
tions, the National Association of
Women Lawyers and the Florida
Association of Women Lawyers.
Mr- Davidson, who resides at
718 NE 95th Street, has served the
Community Chest as vice president,
secretary. Board member and
since the latter would require Too' firman o the Woman's Division. I ^uZta!USE p^pr^
vast areas for the production of she *" president of the Dade dent and owner of a I iner.ln vLd
fodder. Present annual foreign cur- Count, Federation of Wo-tn', ISrmS^.irt.i^^^
S um^of^rtmS hX-ner M-. campaign -^^3
tance. Although more than half he-d the breadgrain requirementsbut' enue
' president of the Chamber'and Sen-
i lor vice president of Burdine's.
M-cnni Convalesctat I
Specializing in Care to th EeaJ
Chronically IN. 24-Hour Nmarlj
ic*. Special Diets Strieth; I
Private and Semi.Private I
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Miami Beach
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Miami vice chairmen in the Combined Jewish Appeal meet with r, ,-v.
CherUcaf (seated center) to plan coverage of wJPSSLSZJi ^%^XZ^V
community drive. Shown seated (left to right) are Oscar Zeltzer lark m r^L mo^'Ilza>on
Mrs. Chertkof and Mrs. Sam Gertman. Sfanding Z?5gg *"** <****
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tericon Friends Name Officers
letter Miafni Chapter, Ameri-
Rriends of the Hebrew Univer-
metlast week at the home of
Oida Rubin, 5901 North Bay-
Drive. t<> olPrt officers and
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nulate plans for its coming ac-
ues.
Rubin was named president
ie chapter. Other officers in-
clude Dr. Philip Gotlieb, president
of the Executive Council; Joseph
Shawmut, Joseph Lipton and Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, vice presidents;
Harold Jaffer, secretary; Mrs. Max
Dobrin, parliamentarian and finan-
cial secretary; Samuel Sapiro,
treasurer; and Benjamin Meyers,
membership chairman.
Communal leaders in civic and
philanthropic work here came to
the dinner meeting and heard Cap-
tain Jack Brass, of Israel, relate the
importance of the American,
Friends to the Hebrew University
in Israel. Captain Brass has been a
principal speaker at several Com-
bined Jewish Appeal functions, in,
Miami during the past few weeks.
Dr. Joseph Weidberg; president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee, had
previously met with Mrs. Rubin
over a period of a number of
months to map the program of the
local organization.
Honorary chairman of the Amer-
ican Friends is Dr. Albert Einstein,
professor at Princeton University
in New Jersey and world famed
physicist and mathematician.
Offering gifts toward scholar-
ships for the Hebrew University
were Dr. Gotlieb, Mrs. Samuel Sa-
piro, Meyers, Dr. Weidberg and
Harry Simonhoff.
Zamora Marks Purim
Zamora Jewish Center will mark
| Purim on Saturday evening, March
120th, 8 p.m.. at the Center.
Waiting List: 100,000
*"*'0 tl .,, ,
"""IH'lLD
Give more in 1954...
United Jewish Appeal
must meet great needs totalling $119,921,150
.^"ed I,r.el Appeal Joint Distribution Committee United Service for New Americans
166 West 46th Street, New York S6, New York
Yes, 100,000 of Israel's immigrants are
praying for the day they can move from tin
huts into real homes.
Only a handful-those who have waited
longest-can do so now.
Meanwhile, men, women and children
on the waiting list face spring rains under
leaky roofs, summer heat in airless shacks,
winter nights with little warmth because
there aren't dollars to move them.
The house they pray for isn't your dream
house. It's only a room or two per family, a
tiny kitchen in the corner, a bathroom off
the hall-but to these newcomers it's Utopia.
What a change from life in a drab and dreary
transient camp!
With help from you, today, the United
Jewish Appeal can act promptly to aid those
who wait-can make possible more homes,
more agricultural settlements, more pipelines
to irrigate the land, more implements to culti-
vate it, more opportunity, decency and hope.
You helped to save lives-now help to
build them. Give today- more than ever-for
those who wait and hope. Give for life, growth
and freedom-to the United Jewish Appeal.
In Greater Miami...
Your One Gift Serves
54 Causes
through the
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u~Utnnr*Mir
Torah Luncheon is
Due on March 25th
Second annual Torah luncheon
Will he held at the Di Lido Hotel
on Thursday, March 25th. 12 noon.
Guest speaker will he Mrs. Pearl
Krau.ss. vice president ol the Na-
tional Women s'League, ifl
chairman of the affair in which
auterhoods of live local conserva-
tive Synagogues will participate is
Mrs. Sam Pucbs. Acting u co-chair-
men are Mrs. Harold Shapiro and
Mrs. Harry Lauffer.
Participating sisterhoods and
their Torah chairmen are the lies-
dames Frank A. Rose. Beth David;
Leonard Wolffe, Miami Beach Jew-
ish I'enter: Jack Kinklestein. 1-
raelite I'enter: Max Friedson. Za-
mora; and William Greenside
North Shore.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. South-
eastern Regional president of the
National Women- League, will he
among honored guest- present.
Funds raised will be used for the
Fternal Light program of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica and for the education of young
men hoping to enter the Rabbinate.
The First Drama Trio will pre-
sent a dramatic -kit Featured are
Mr-. Gershon Miller, Boris I
er and Bob Lyons
Guesl speaker Mr-. Kra iss a
member ol the National Executive
thi Nal i il Ex< i
mittee "i Torah Fund and is chair-
man of Torah Fund- S|
Bun
"For Jewish people to go
through life witho it
and how much
- by thi- lack ol
knowiriije. i- like gr ping one's
wa) through darkness according
"We mu-t enlist widespread aid
tn support and
inary's program il we are to secure
ind future tor Judaism in this
country For while it i- desi
for our nun education, it also pro-
v li for the edification of non-
imj lii-
unity and understanding be)
US."
FRIDAY,
"In Traffic, As Always ... Do Unto Others" reads the sticker
placed on his car by Mayor Abe Aronovitz, of Miami, to set
off a chain reaction traffic courtesy campaign. Helping him
is Mrs. Juanita Lynskey. president of Dade Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Club which sponsored the courtesy drive.
The bumper strips, supplied by Florida Power & Light Co.. as
a public service, were given to each club member who placed
one on her car.
frirish Homv to
Blvival Plans for
Uroundhrvakina
n de Hir-ih Meyer vice
lent, and S I Bernbaura.
chairman of the Building Commit-
: 'hi Jewish Home for the
\. I will report on the V
tural plans and groundbreaking
ceremonies for the Ablin Memorial
Building at a Board of Directors
meeting on Sunday morning, March
21st, in Douglas Harden-. 150 N'F
53rd Street. Miami
indbreaking for the Ablin
rial i- scheduled for Sunday
afternoon. April 11th. on the
ground- of the Home.
Peretz School Sets
Purim Banquet Here
The Y I. Pelet/ School of Mi-
ami Beach will celebrate its tradi-
tional Purim banquet on Sunday.
March 21st. 6 p.m. at the Lyceum
Pupil- wll] open the evening
with Purim songs and recitations
in Yiddish under the direction of
Louil Lasavin principal. Students
of the Yiddish High School will
have ->mpoMum on H. Leivick,
hi- life and works.
Participants are Norma Klein.
Riva Kaplan. Leah Zebit. and
C'haim Davis. Bluma Browser will
be moderator. A purim play based
on a story of Sholem Aleichem will
Nominating Committee will V^ ^^X^??^ ^forming will
p..... ., slate ol officers for the IS'J^T^^^^S^1^
Homo for 1054-58 at the Board
and Netiama
Sidney D. Ansin i- chair-
it the committee, and its
other members are Leo Allen. Dan-
iel M Broad. Barr,e> B Lee and
Harold Thurman
OS for honoring pioneer lead-
er- of the Home will be announced
'> Judge Harold B Spaet, chair-
man Ol the Pioneer Committei > o
chair-
Mr-. Benjamin App
. Broad
Present officer- of the Hon
llasia Jesolowsky
Waksberg.
The banquet will be prepared by
the Women*! Club. Workmen- Or
cle Branch 692. Proceeds will go
toward the upkeep of the Beach
Branch of the Y I. Peretz School.
the only Yiddish. kbooI affiliated
tti'h the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Mm. Pearl Krouss
Israeli Children to Benefit
Mrs. Rose Perte-. pre.-ident of
Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, this
week announced a card party and
luncheon in honor of Mr- Louis
Stillman on Wednesday.- March
24th. 12:30 p.m. at the home ol
Mrs, William Clein. 1860 SV\ 4th
Street. Proceeds are for the Matzo
Fund of the children in Camp
Ranana. Israel. Mrs. Rachel SSko-
witz and Mrs. a Rosenberg .
charge of reaervatii
Mrs. Rogers is Hostess
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz, of the
North Shore Jewish ("enter, ad-
Kunnan, president; M J Ko- dressed the Discussion Group of
l chairman: Judge Henrietta Stokj Hadasaafa on
president; Eternal Wednesday Mr- jiarr\ b Rogers
baum. de lhr-ch Meyer and David ol 16<)1 Daytonia Road, was hostess
ips, vice president-. Dr. Jo at her home.
seph M WetdiK-rg. treasurer;_________________
Archie Gl financial were
tary; Mrs Sol Silverman, com
spondinu secretary; and Mr- M -,
Krieger recording secretary. 4
Detroit Club Marks Purim
Detroit Social Club held its an-
nual Purim party on Thursday eve-
ning at the International Hotel
Participating in the program were
' lurice Mamctx -. of Beth
David Synagogue, and Mr-. Lillian
n. pianist, Mr- Rosa John-
ton School of Dance presented a
production entitled "Star- of To-
morrow."
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Healthful, stimulating physical
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Age Including:
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Sailing
Motor Boating
Fencing
Boxing
Athletics
Tennis
Archery
Rillery
Creative Art
Ceramics
Dramatics
Arts and Crofts
Charm Program
Dancing
Fishing
Trips Oat
Morse Back
Miami, Florida, Representative:
MH6. ERNEST CHERNOFF
101 S.W. 23rd Avo., PH. 4S-4115
Hadassah Review Due
"But We Were Born Free." by
Elmer Davit, will be reviewed by
Mr- I M Weinstein at Temple
Beth Sholom on Tuesday. March
23rd. 1:30 p.m. Mrs Morris Alpert
i- coordinator of this Greater Mi-
an.i Chapter of Hadassah project.
Yiddish Classical Hour
NEW STATION NEW TIME
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WWPB proudly presents
YIDDISH CLASSICS
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with
The Dean ol j,with Co-aerator*
MORRIS NASATTR
INQUIRING REPORTER
QUESTION: Wliy ore you devot-
ing time and money to the WOM-
EN'S DIVISION of the COMBINED
JEWISH APPEAL?
Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 North
Meridian A v e nue, housewife:
"There i- 10 much inner sati-i.ie
lion in'givina help (p those who
. by, snaring the things. In
[iff fh.il 1 my&tf enjoy. I like fh
inspfre nth<\t woiflen Id 'do (he
BUM, and they are grateful to me
for interesting them to work. There
is much happiness in working with
people We gain a richer under-
ftaniHm of the world and its prob-
lems. By taking the chairmanship
of the Women's Division Luncheon
Unlimited I feel as though 1 am
spreading sunshine among a great-
tor number of people."
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, 5925
North Beyshore Drive, housewife:
"I feel it is the duty of every per-
son to help others who happen to
be in less fortunate circumstances
and who need assistance. To those
who wish to shirk responsibility
and who say 'Am I my brother's
keeper.' we reply, 'Yes, we are our
brother's keepers' For is it not
written: 'All Israel are responsi-
ble one for the other.'
Mrs. Arthur Burred, 526 West
50th Street, housewife: "I feel it a
privilege to be a part in all com-
munity affairs. That is why I de-
vote my time and efforts and give
as much as I can afford financially.
I am specifically active in the
Women Division for I feel that as
a woman 1 must share and take my
part of the total community respon-
sibility."
Mrs. Sol Silverman, 1SS0 Jeffer-
son Avenue, housewife: "1 feel that
every Jewish woman in our com-
munity has a responsibility to our
Federation As citizens and individ-
uals none of us make any real sac-
rifice comparable to those of our
brethren in Kurope. Being Presi-
dent of the Women's Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
makes me even more cognizant of
the needs of our participating ag-
encies and of our people in Israel."
Compose,, IjW
Submi, Mm^\
enter their Worktoll
u.l Miami BeaSS*-}
rtfor National *$*
2nd to 9th iqs.4 l*q
Brotman, *"$
The a-ulMiiiue,| hefa^T
tompo.,r. iwasjaij
music to Mr- Ru,h '
Greenfield. Fine An, 7.
tory. 18(1 Palm u\mi> "
of National Music M
ers' Night. wtl
The final program.)
lected by a board of
judges. The concert wi|| k
May 3rd. 8:30 p.m.,,,,
attraction in the salon
sored by the Fine Arts!
tory at it, recital
Island.
NO BETTER VAL
NEWYI
Judaeans Meet
Business meeting of the Greater
Miami Young Judaean Group was
held at the home of Regina Brum-
mer, daughter of Cantor and Mrs.
Philip II. Brummer, 1326 15th
Street, on Wednesday afternoon.
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,. Meeting to Feature Business and
jssional Report for CJA Thursday
er meeting featuring en-
lent and surprise guest ar-
Thighlil" the final report
[the Business and Profes-
Lision of the Combined
kppeal. it is announced by
Heiman, chairman.
Lnual report meeting is set
Jrsdav. March 25th, 6:30
Ithe Panorama Room of the
; Terrace Hotel.
-,en and workers repre-
lmore than 40 trades, in-
1 and professions through-
Je County will be on hand
it progress reports in their
(divisions The Trades Di-
bs exceeded 57 percent of
eign quota of $770,000, ac-
|to Heiman.
trades group to go over the
The 135-* campaign is the
Division, headed by Ben
lAided by Mux Orovitz and
Tteran campaigners, this di-
thieved 176 percent of its
'$5,000.
Igroups expected to go over
at the Thursday night din-
T are: Produce, headed by
Cskind. with a total of 87.5
percent reported. Personal Serv-
ices, with Albert Hirsch as chair-
man, has announced 85.4 percent of
its quota. The Real Estate Division,
headed by Leo Eisenstein and I.
Shapoff, submitted a report early
this week of 80 percent of its
quota of $60,000, and the Accoun-
tants Division, headed by William
Kneapler, is now at 77.6 percent of
its goal.
The Food Division, behind the
leadership of Aaron Weinkle and
Bernie Stevens, announced 70 per-
cent of its quota, and the Lawyers
Division, headed by Harry Zuker-
nick and Leon Epstein, reports col-
lected pledges in excess of half of
its assigned quota of $50,000.
Joseph Mechlow, w'.nner of last
year's "Worker of the Year" award
and chairman of the Restaurant
Equipment Group, has announced
more than 50 percent of his goal
already pledged. Mechfow is as-
sisted by Jerome Adelman. John
Serbin, chairman of the Needle
Trades Group, has reported pledges
amounting to nearly 53 percent of
his quota.
Other divisions which have re-
J with campaign results in the Paints, Chemicals and
(rare Division is chairman Al Sherman (second from
...wn with his CJA workers at a Rosedale Restaurant
on meeting. Left to riqht are Mac Lubin, Peter Silver-
Business and Professional Division chairman, Sam J.
(in, Sherman and Julius Slade. More than 40 trade divi-
! seek quota of S770.000 in the 1954 Combined Jewish
z-
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With Motzok BaW
Krenlath Noodles
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Social tor Wind
on Friday
A night of games for the blind
and their friends will be held pn
Friday, March 19th, at the Home
Milk, Inc.. 2451 NW 7th Avenue,
from 8:30 to 10i30 p.m.
This social is one of a scries of
recreational evenings which have
been scheduled by the Dade Coun-
ty Chapter of the Florida Feden
tion of the Blind.
Functions will be held regularly
on the third Friday of each month
to play cards, checkers and domin-
oes, as well as to dance and sing.
The March 19th party will be co-
sponsored by the Hialeah Chapter
1231, Women of the Moose. Other \
organizations interested in co-spon- [
soring one of the recreational eve-
nings ,may contact Mrs. Sylvia
Salzman, corresponding secretary
of the Dade County Chapter of the
Florida Federation of the Blind.
ported more than 50 percent of
their pledges collected include
Building Trades Group, Arthur
Shandloff, chairman; Drugs and
Sundries, Sam Goldman and Jerry
Stern; and Electrical Appliances,
Larry Friedland and Max Meisel.
The traditional trades report din-
ner annually attracts a record audi-
ence, and some 300 persons are ex-
pected to attend the event. Guests
of honor, in addition to celebrities,
will be members of the campaign
cabinet, representatives of the Fed-
eration Board of Governors and
general campaign chairman Aaron
M. Kanner.
Program Stresses Human Relations
Samuel E. Weinfeld Memorial
Fund. In charge of arrangements
were Tobias M. Simon, Lodge ADL
chairman, and Leo Steinman.
A special program highlighting
democracy and good human rela-1
ions waR nresented Friday at the
Biscayne Elementary School by the
/Winetamation League Commit-
tee of North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
Participating were Pancho Se-
gura, tennis star; Jake LaMotta,
former boxing champion; William
business manager of the
Brooklyn Dodgers,' and Ross Sobel.
golf instructor at Barry College.
The program was arranged by
the Lodge ADL Committee and the
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Plans were completed at a meet
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Choir Subject of the sermon is
scheduled as: 'Sacrifices of Life"
and Mrs. Max Greenberg. and
Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. How-
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Will hold Purim services Friday
morning at 7:30 a.m., with the sec-
ond reading of the Megillah. Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff will preach
during the Friday evening service
on: "Writing a New Scroll." Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m.. with the Rabbi discussing:
"Today's Purim." Cantor Aaron
V eingarten will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. under the direc-
tion of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kid
clush will follow by the Sisterhood.
Cantor Irving Robinson will ren i
der the musical portions of the.
liturgy. Robert Strassburg. organ |
ist. will direct the Center Choir
Sharon Press, daughter of Mr and (
Mrs. Gilbert Press. 231 Santillane
Avenue, will become Bas Mitzvah
during Saturday morning service.-
at 10:30 am Subject of her ad
dress will be: "Loyalty of Jewish i
The Oneg Shabbat following will ard Levy, will take place duHni
bt given by Mr. and Mrs Saul the service. n.,.v ~rv., .r. I
Daughter^

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the MT
mon: "How Can Judaism Survive
in America'.'" A special ritual lor
the Festival of Purim will be read
Shalo.s Seudos. John I by the Rabbi Cantor Jacob Born
stein will render the musical por-
tions of the UtUI
with Mrs. Abraham Bergman and
Mrs. Aaron Weingarten acting as
hostesses. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m
In!lowed by
Howard will be host. Rabbi Me-
cheloff will speak on the Weekly
Portion. A daily lecture is held on
Jewish laws and customs between
the 6:15 and 6.45 p.m. services
Morning services are at 7 and 8
a.m.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary
ahu Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Purim
Viewed. Reviewed and Previewed."
A class in Talmud will be conduct-
ed by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitl It
4 30 p.m. Mincha i- at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos, when
the Rabbi will discuss the Zohar.j
Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren !
der the musical portions of the i
liturgy.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE
Gation will hold Fridaj evening
es at 5 30 and 8 30 p.m. Rab-
bi Bon- R fficiate
the topic "Tribute
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj
evening services at 8:15 p.m dedi-
cated to Sisterhood Sabbath Mrs
William Weintraub. president, will
speak. Saturday morning service-
are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Simon
April will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will render the musical portion- of
the liturgy. A class in Mi-hna i-
at 4.30 p.m. followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudos.

ISRAELITE CENTER will old
Purim services Friday morning at
8 a.m. Evening service- are at 6
and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky will officiate and preach on
the subject: "Great Women in Is-
rael The Oneg Shabbat follow
ing will be sponsored bv Mr and
Mr- Benjamin Sugarman in ob-
servance ol their wedding anniver-
sarj Saturday morninu services
are at 8:15 a.m.. when Martin, son
1 ;' Tr' Saturdaj rning en ol Mr and Mr- Fred Smetter, wi
lei are at 9
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Fridaj ei ening
m with Rabbi Mor-
"' Skoi ting and pn aching
i : the topici "Mordechai and Es-
itrasl ir: Jewish Loyaltv
become Bar Mitzvah Mincha will
followed bj Shalos
los
SemenOW. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 am when Arnold, son
of Mrs Dianne Grant and the late
Lewi- Grant, will become Bar Mitz
van. Mincha is at 5 30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Maariv and a lecture on
the Weekly Portion
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv
; ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating and preach-
ing on the topic "Heroes and Anti-
Semites Saturday morning serv
ices .ire at 9 am. when Paul, son
of Mr and Mrs Jerome Jacobi.
will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor
Edward Klein will render the mu
portions of the liturgy.
BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening service- it
8 15 pm. with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches of-
[iciating, assisted bv the choir un-
der the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag Beth David will be host
to a group fro mthe Wesley Meth-
odist Church of Coral Gables. Sub-
ject of Rabbi Shapiro's sermon is
scheduled a-: "Opening New
Paths In honor of National
Council of Jewish Women Sabbath,
Mr- Julius Spector will deliver a
brief address. Honor Guard of
Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jew-
l-h War Veterans, will present an
American flag to the congregation.
State Department Commander Wil-
liam Bender and Post Commander
Oscar Rappaport will make the
presentation Post Chaplain Jack
Silver will offer the blessing Flor-
al offerings will be by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Greenstein in honor
of their son. Stewart, who is sched-
uled to become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services at 9
am Student services .ire at 10:30
am Dailj services are at 7:30 a.ts.
and 6:13 p.m.
Daily services are in
the chapel at 8 a.m. and 8:15 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday morning services at 7:*0
am Evening services are schedul-
ed for 6:10 a.m. Saturday morning
services will be at 9 a.m.. with
Rabbi Alexander Gross delivering
the sermon on the topici "The Jew
i-b People and Their Role in His-
tory." Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Dally
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15
p.m. Sunday morning services are
lated for 8 a.m.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Et-
tinger officiating and discussing:
"Hainan, Dead or Alive?" Cantor
Ben Grossberg will render the mu-
sical portions of the .liturgy. The
Oneg Shabbat following wilt be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Cohen. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold services at S 30 and 8 30
P., Rabbi Alfred wlul 2* !^ e2L
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish
Blank will be lay reade "
Julius Klein reading tb* h
of the women's organim^
PLAGLER. GRANADA it
COMMUNITY CENTER A
Friday even.ng services
p.m.. with Rev LeoHtimrf'
ing and preaching on the
"Was Mordechai Justified*"
and Mrs. Maurice Shan nil
hosts at the Ones Shabbat
ing, in honor of their net]
son, Steven, son of Mr U
Sidney Shaw, Elmhurst, 1
Saturday morning senior
9 a.m., when Rev Heimwilli
the Weekly Portion o(ih>ij]
Chant the liturgy.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood ZAMORA JEWISH CENTIU
will hold Friday evening services hold services Friday at 83$
at 8:30 p.m. The service will be I with Rabbi Max M. Landan
dedicated to the Broward Zionist I ciating. "The Origin ol the
Rabbi David Shapiro will dish," will be the theme i[
Rabbi's sermon Mr. and Mnj
Friedson will sponsor the i
Shabbat in honor of their
anniversary. Early eveiusji
ices will be held at 5:45 po,|
ducted by Rev Rudolf 11
Saturday service- will bega]
ajn. The Rabbi will
"Truth and Tolerance."
congregation will hold *r
11 a.m.. in the Maloff Room. I
ices will be held at 9 am..!
and at 7 am. weekdays
3i
ft a.ry -"* *i
will atticiZrJ**
"Great Women i, Jj,
Maurice New m X J
! Portions of thelE*1'
by the (enter rhR,
direction ,t ,Nl
Sisterhood will beh***
special Oneg ,Sh^ ^
R jnk ...ill I.- Ts.
District.
officiate and discuss: "What are
the Aims and Goals of the New
State of Israel." Cantor Joseph W.
Malek will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with the Tem-
ple Choir assisting under the direc-
tion of Rev. Mordechai Haalman.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Max
Eichner and Mr. and Mrs. David
Sternberger. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the Weekly Por-

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sermon: Isaac Mayer and Stephen
Samuel' Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45 am when Robert
Sokolovi. son of Mr and Mrs Loui
Sokolove. will become Bar Mitzvah
< antor Samuel Kelemer will render
the mu-ical portions of the liturgy
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn
vices are at 8:30 am. when
Rabbi Joseph Rackovakj will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
"Sanctitj in it- Proper Place'' At
4 15 p.m the Rabbi will disent-
itle Weekly Portion. Mincha i- .,'
445 pm. followed by Sbaloi Seu-
"' arh Dally morning
services are at 7 30 am., followed
by a class in Mishaa. bfincha 1- at
p m followed by a clas- in
Jewish laws and customs. Gemor-
, rah class will be held on Tue-tl.,>
at 4 45 p m
TIFFRETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER will hold KrHav
'%<'I:!::- .it 8 :i() p.m.. with
Rabbi l uis Cassel officl I
ng on the topie: "Jewish
Orient na at Home." This
the third m ., n riea of on
"Life 1 ycle ol the .lew Cantor
Albert Giants will render the mu-
-11..I portions of the liturgy. Mr
and Mr- Ralph Kline will be boats
at th" Oni Shabbat I......sring, in
honor ol their ton, Matthew Aaron
Bar Mitzvah will tak place
during Saturdaj morning services
* *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRS-
gation will bold Pridaj evening
' 5 90 p.m
' at 8 M am"
with Cantor Abraham Sell official'
Mincha 1- at 5 3ii p n
' bj Shalos Seudos Daih
service s are at 8 am and (J p m "
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
ter will hold PWdaj evening sen
ices at 5 and 8.30 p.m. Rabbi In
ing L*hrman will officiate ami dia
]m- "The Laughter of punm and
Ik uaC,er ,hc Jew t'wlor
Ihihp Brummer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.. when Jlabbi Lehrman will
discuss the Weekly Porjion The
Bar Mitzvoth of Martin, of Mr
(pomplete and JbependaMe 3We Sem
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Resident Airs Near East Problems
NGTON UTA) P"*'-
nhower Tuesday transrmt-
oneress a report on the
""( ,hr Mutual Security
Jwhich said "the tensions
|Arab and Israeli have not
d only a precarious truce
lined" u u
esidenl's report, which
l, six months ended De-
ll 1953. said: "Boycott
fgoori- and firms has been
] the Arab refugee prob-
Ljn- a- a tragic barrier to
[harmony." It noted that
over the Jordan waters
ed hit red and bitterness
Aggravated nationalism to
which threatens the pos-
sibility of cooperative development
of this vital resource."
The report recommended mili-
tary aid to the Near East, stressing
the importance of the countries
possessing oil. The report did not
list any particular Arab League
state nor did it list Israel as a
suggested recipient of such aid.
' The Arab refugee problem, in-
volving what was said to be 850,000
Palestinian Arab refugees, was
(lc-.cnneei in the Presidential re-
port in great detail. "These refu-
gees," said the report, "constitute
a serious problem which is woven
inextricably into the economic, so-
cial and political frictions that af-
flict the Near- East." It said this
f-to-Serve Dromedary Date Nut Roll
is Unusual Snacks and Desserts
ime. mealtime or party
[e of the most revealing
an inspired homemaker
less Is her ability to com-
Jelements of simplicity and
in the preparation of un-
eats.
jren the most fertile imagi-
ned- a substantial starting
an unusual ingredient or
I that lends itself readily to
variations. That is why
d more women are coming
Increasingly <>n the unusual
of Dromedary Date Nut
delightful golden-brown
cake that comes vacuum-
In tin- ready to serve at a
notice.
with crisp, chunky walnuts ,
Bious Dromedary Dates, the
Dromedarj Date Nut Roll
fcmptiiu. delicate flavor that
it ideal as a wholesome, de-
Isnack or the basis of an in-
varietj ol dessert! and
reat- Slice it thin and serve
coffee, tea or milk; toast
ly and spread it with cream
marmalade or preserves;
nth berries, sliced fruit or
|e of several delicious hot
tn make a special- treat
and simply tor your family
fets.
Jwhen the occasion calls for
ling more festive, more rlab-
|i intless delight-
Imedarj Dale Nut Roll Reci-
Bt car. be prepared in a mat-
(minute-, with such success-
isults ihal they'll be asked
bin an I again. One of these
given below) is Filled
Kar; Date Nut Roll a des-
Jith a partj air that goes far
up even the most routine
addition to its line, wholc-
fcualitv Dromedary Date Nut
[like Hi. famous Dromedary
|Mix< an I all other Drome-
broduct- i- prepared under
I ol the Union of
jdox Jewish CongregattoM of
|' irries the famous
pal ol i ndorsement that guar-
it is strictly kosher,
Bt Reveal Religion
pentinutd from Pgt 1 B
although we can
i on for its reten-
ur consular officers be
pcted thai it i- inaccurate to
rt such as 'Jewish' or 'He-
' designate a person's
1 wering a question
race.'"
| total ns 1943, Karl G. Har-
then i i i: missioner of Im-
pawn, ordi n d the practice of
Wing Jew eliminated. Mr.
I shocked by Nazi
|h,< In wanted no vestige
> on US visas.
ltNl';Xl '"''Presenting majoc
Mnizations, pursued the
fon in 1952. On September
[ ""'w was made that official
K ,were rtTcived h '%
QW Jews was not required.
^a the NCRAC was asked to
( _l -ny violations to the State
''m'm I Ins quieted furor at
ne roday, we find consular
L r kn"*'ngly carrying out the
r aci-i designation of Jews
[^ c"u>ed the original protest*
Other popular items in the Drom-
edary line include such aids to
kosher home-baking as Dromedary
Corn Muffin Mix, Fruit Cake Mix.
Yellow Cake Mix and six other
time saving, wonderfully conveni-
ent kosher mixes that can be used
in preparing literally hundreds of
different varieties of cakes, cookies
and muffins.
A select number of these recipes
have been incorporated into a
Dromedary Recipe Booklet which
may be obtained free of charge by
writing to: Dromedary. P- O. Box
1113. New York 8. New York.
Dromedary Date Nut Roll. Cake
Mixes and the famous Dromedary
Dates, all of them products of the
pioneer firm in the cake mix field.
problem "remains as one of the
principal unresolved issues be-
tween Israel and the Arabs."
President Eisenhower consider-
ed "the most significant develop-
ment" during the period covered
by the report to be "the prepara-
tion of a plan for unified develop-
ment of the Jordan Valley." It
was said that Mr. Eisenhower has
now asked Eric Johnston to return
to the area "for further discussion
as soon as the governments com-
plete their review."
It was estimated in the report
"that 240.000 acres of land, now
idle and unproductive, can be put
into production if the proposed de-
velopment plan is accepted. Most
of this land would yield three
crops a year. In addition, more
than 65,000 kilowatts of power
could be made available to aid the
industrial development of the ar-
ea."
The report told of how "Israel
is helped to stabilize its economy"
through special US economic aid.
Of the $26,000,000 made available
in November, 1953, the report said
that $20,900,000 worth of procure-
ment authorizations were issued
within two months. There was no
indication as to whether or not
Congress will be asked for eco-
nomic assistance allocation for Is-
rael for the next fiscal year.
President Eisenhower
PAGE 7B
IN THE MAO.
e*V"V,V'V",V"V*'V
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I was interested in the com-
ments made by Mr. Mindlin in his
column regarding "one of the dis-
quieting things about the Federa-
tion General Mobilization kickoff
and the singular absence of youth."
The observation is an interesting
one, interesting in terms of "the
singular absence" at this time and
challenging in terms of the future
involvment of youth in the commu-
nity to the point where they may
be helped to feel a part of it.
In 1952, the B'nai B'rith Young
Adults held a convention on Miami
Beach, the theme for which was
"How Can Young Adults Become a
Part of the Community?" These
young adults felt that generally
speaking they were sort of "left
out" when it came to central com-
munity planning, decision-making
and activity.
Following the convention, a com-
mittee was appointed to discuss
this problem with Federation offi-
Satin Open*
Keaeh Quarter*
Dan Satin has announced the I ci.als- To make a lon tstory shrt-
Junior Hadassah to
Hold Spring Dance
Elaine Wolfson, president of the
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah,
thns week announced that the unit
featured at leading food stores > ho'd its "Spring Swing" dance
everywhere.
Filled Dromedary Date Nut Roll
1 tin Dromedary Date Nut Roll
1 nackace cream cheese
1 tsp. butter
2 tmap. crushed pineapple
(drained)
Cut a thin slice off each end of\|
the Dromedary Date Nut Roll. Us-
ing a sharp knife, carefully hollow
oiit the center of the roll. Cream
the butter and cream cheese, add
half the crumbs from the center of
the roll and mix well with the pine-
apple. Press the filling into the
center of 'he roll, replace the end
pieces and fasten with toothpicks.
Wrap in wax paper, chill at least
an hour before slicing and serving.
S.T.
on Sunday. March 21st, 9:45 p.m.,
in the Pompadour Room of the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
Fund raising chairman Elaine
Schwartzman said that all pro-
ceeds will be used to help main-
tain Junior Hadassah's Children's
Village in Israel.
Assisting Miss Schwartzman are
Carol Kahn, Myrna Wasscrman,
Ona Kaplan, Ruthe Dixon, Har-
rictte Schapiro, Judy Wayne and
Sandra Frogel.
Society Meets Here
Card party Dy the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Bikur Cholim Society
was held Tuesday evening at the
Shore Crest Hotel.
i after several years of absence, Fed-
eration undertook to revive the
Young Adult division for the an-
nual drive. B'nai B'rith young
adults accepted leadership, and as
a result a B'nai B'rith young adult
was elected (by petition, inciden-
tally) to the Federation Board of
Governors.
I might add that an AZA boy of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion was in the role of leadership
in the teen age division of the
Federation drive. The answer to
Mr. Mindlin's question is really
simplewhere the adult commu-
nity allows for youth to share on
some kind of partnership basis,
youth will respond; however,
where this is not the case, the re-
verse is the case. .
You know my experience with
youth is that they are awfully busy
people and have lots to do. If the
adult community desires a re-
sponse, it might take the initiative.
Jerry Carver, Director
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
opening of his campaign headquar
ters at 68 West Flagler Street. Mi-
ami, and the opening of a Beach
campaign office at 304 41st
Street. Ben Zion Ginsburg is in
charge of the Beach office.
' Satin, a local attorney running
for the House of Representatives
in Group two, speaking before a
group of his workers at the open-
ing of his Beach office said:
"I am running for office because
I feel that the various communi-
ties in Dade County have been giv-
en little or no consideration in the
drafting of legislation.directly af-
fecting them. If elected, I plan on
having meetings with representa-
tives of all sections of the county
and by finding out their needs have
the proper legislation enacted. It
it all to evident that this has not
been the case in the past".
A resident of Dado County for
31 years. Satin has been practicing
law here for 12 years. He is a vet-
eran of World War II, serving 18
months in the Pacific Theater. Sa-
tin is a Past Exalted Ruler of the
Miami Elks Club and is now chair-
man of their Board of Trustees. He
is also active in the American Leg-
ion, VFW, Moose and is on the Israelite Center will hold a
Board of the Jewish Social Service Purim show and dance on Sunday
l*raelite Center
Slate* Show
Bureau and the USO Committee.
Joe Villella at Beth
El Purim Carnival
Beth El Congregation will be
host at a carnival in celebration of
Purim on Sunday morning. March
21st, at 10 a.m. Principal guests
will be children of the Religious
School.
According to an announcement
here, amusement booths and re-
freshments will be features of the
event. Joe Villella. of station WTVJ
will preside over the "sketch
booth." Supervising are Al Ziss-
man and the Mesdames B. Kurtz
and A. Felson.
Also scheduled are a" puppet
show, a costume parade and elec-
tion of Queen Esther.
evening at 8 p.m.
Members who will participate in-
clude the Mesdames Israel Gold-
berg. Barney Weiclenfeld. David
tlranai and Nathan Shenkin and
Morris Aron. George Kessler and
Harry Colin.
Tropic Knights will furnish the
music for the affair. General chair-
man is Mrs. Israel Goldberg, as-
sisted by Mrs. Nathan Shenkin.
Co-chairmen include the Mes-
dames Bernard Sirkus. Nathan
Fragin and George Kessler.
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H.
i. Aaron M. Kanner. 1954 campaign chairman.
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Ameri can Notables... 1W6: Judge Moses Levy of Philadelphia
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(Harry Simamkaifs tatamn, ctiiMimm a strtts iitM,
American Notables, is being pahliskaa' fcy Tha Uwisk flarHia*
as part of the tercentenary celebration at Jewish settlement in
the United States.-The Uitars.)
Needing an attorney-general for the cabinet. Thomas
Jefferson wrote his Secretary of the Treasury, Albert
Gallatin. "to inquire fully into the legal knowledge, judg-
ment, and moral and social character of Levy." When the
President preferred "a good lawyer, and rather that he
.-tumid be from Pennsylvania" he merely reflected the
current faith in the "Philadelphia lawyer." a term that
became a popular byword for a sound, ingenious, learned
and resourceful attorney.
Gallatin grudgingly admits the legal ability of Moses
Levy, but questions "if his practice be. as it is presumable,
worth six or seven thousand dollars. Is it probable that he
would give it up for the place of Attorney-General, and
exchange Philadelphia V "---in Moses Lev '<
cupied a top place in tv- u- nguished bench and
bar of Philadelphia in 1804 lh inl llecteal and political
center of the nation Washington ua> yet but a swamp
town on the flats of the Potomac.
The intuitions of Gallatin as to Levy- psychological
ur,titnes< for Jefferson's radical cabinet were confirmed
ears later, when the famous Cardwainars caae came
up. The attitude of Moses Lev> as presiding judge reflects
his innate conservatism, his lack ol sympath) tor the Mi
: eal of Thomas Jefferson He would have been as out of
as Herbert Brownell in F.D.R.'s brain tru-t The
trial focuses the legal impasse thai obstructed the union-
ng ol bor in the future ar I of industn
While M
manding W
-
her than t
Of monev." for refusing to work with a master who em-
ployed such labor as broke their rules or accepted lower
Pa>The cardwainers rase attracted wide attention as one
of the first in America to prevent a strike or form a union^
Vet there were also economic, industrial, political and
' social factors involved. Merchants still accustomed to
colonial habit.- of selling imported goods looked awry at
local made wares The artisan merchant making his ar-
ticle to order for each customer separately resented manu-
facturing at large for the wholesale trade This trail marks
the slow beginnings ol the Industrial Revolution already-
developing a stead) wage earning cla-s that would replace
the haphazard, temporary or seasonal workers drawn from
the farms, the fishing boats, the water front. Above all
it brought to the surface the inevitable conflict between
employers desiring cheap labor and workers demanding
higher wages.
The case also had its political repercussions The mon-
ied and propertied Federalists stood Jbg the employers
whose rights were consistently upheld by the highest
courts of England The Jeffersonians took the side of
labor There wa- alao the implied issue whether the Eng-
li-h Common Law. brought over by the Colonists, should
be the ba-ic law of the land after independence. The Fed-
eralist- favored adopting the legal system inherited from
I gland The Democrats opposed being governed by the
decisions handed down in the House of birds.
Judge Lev)-, caught in the center ol a politico-economic
mid hard!) escape the alnw- of the losing side
Regai : personal sympathies, it would have been
counter Is such titans in the law as Black-
Lord Mansfi) Alter citing these high authori-
uded hi- charge t" the |ury "that a combina-
lo maintain one another, earning a particular object.
i- criminal The jury found the
-. helped to Itablish the precedent
- and striking until reversed in 1842
51 iv i : Massachusetts
The result famous trial pleased the powerful.
tade Presiding Judge of the Pi-tnct
i County "f Philadelphia. The fir-t
of his stock Jo rjse above magistrate, he w i
est in that long list of Jews to become emi '^
American judiciary. Yet he is forgotten On i
to ask why. There are several reasons Who V*'?""<
preserve his memory? To Jews he was a chrLi **li
Christians he remained a Jew, notwithstandingw "H
ness from the community. The Federalists te\LM
a Jeffersonian, and to Democrats he was hwTtN
the party of wealth and talents. Never a !.N
synagogue, he nevertheless belong., to American!
history. "4"
Background
Named after his grandfather, the New York
merchant and Parnass of Shearith Israel. Moses Lev''
born in Philadelphia in 1757 of a Gentile mother''
father and uncle had made the social grade when
in the fashionable Dancing Assembly One tftteal 1
Jewish students to graduate from the University o(2n
sylvania, he joined the Continental Army and was 31
the selected soldiers who made the celebrated crosSj I
the Delaware on Christmas night of 1776 withG-jJ
Washington. He fought in the battle- of PrincetTl [
Trenton. Admitted to the bar in 1778. he became JJ
those brilliant practitioners who made the Philadtjj
I-awyer famous in American folklore
.His painted portrait shows the scholarly fact M
powdered white wig of an 18th centurv gentleman M
hap* he was too steeped in the skepticism, then in|
to pay much attention to church or synagogue. Nor
exists of his baptism or membership in any denott
The baptism of his two daughters ma) have beeni
the insistence of his Christian wife In the will, heg
"my body to be buried in a plain detent mannr utfj
yard of St Peter's Church near the tomb ol ny|
and father" Perhaps he was content to live as a 1
and gentleman., free from attachment lo any fan]
creed. Yet he was not always permitted to'furjttj
origin. During the bitter political election \ear of 1
when representing a client who was a .'
journalistic hoodlum stooped t<> write i va-i^r-ertefl
tacking Moses Levy as the Jew who talked turthei
and not out of any political convict:
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/sroef Prose Writers Discussed
Schwart luthor
arill continue a lecture
senos for the Hebrew Teachers
.-. minar on Wednesday, '
24-h. at 9 p.m.
He will discuss The Prose Writ-
ers of Israel at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center The series is beins
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and the Hebrew
Teachei- Association of Greater
SJ iami
Picnic for Academy
Pupils Scheduled
A Purim picnic will be held for
Is of the Be
March
Inej Rubin
pre-ident ol the Patters' Club, an-
nounced.
>r the day will include
competitivt .,, -ports,
community -inging and folk danc
ing Special prizes are being of-
fered fag the Fathers' Club la ii
ners.
Cars will leave the Academv
building at 9 30 a m.
The iirst in a series of monthly breakfast discussions with Rabbi Leon Kronish wes held
Temple Beth Sholom by its P^e-Confirmation Class. Guests of honor were Ronald Kalisho
Jon Prager. who celebrated their Bar Mitzvah anniversaries. Standing are Michael Gord
Leonard Ashbach. Rabbi Kronish, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Prager and Sydney J. GreenbenjJ
Front row (seated I are Mr. Solomon Lichter, Helen Friedman. Marorie Sams'. Linda Chaijj
ler. Rita Kamm. Barry Shein. Deane Schwartz. Ira Shapiro and Allen Shevach. Second td
(seated are Susan Bernstein. Dorothy Don. Helene Soglovitz. Susan Cohen. Beth Kc?W
Nancv Merntt, Susan Coleman. Lawrence Klee and Mr. Leroy Fienberg. Seated 'fourth n*
are Mr. Tzvi Goldberg. Ronnie Friedland. Teddy Sokolsky. Billy Pine and Richard Hoberma*
Standing are Norman Lachman. Herbert Tobin. Paul Fleisher. Gary Diener. Danny KovnA
Richard MandeU. Robert Benach. Michael Kogan. Morey Moaa and Mrs. Rebecca Lpsoa
Seven Lively Arts
Joseph Mooney. Pier Park Recre-
ation director and musicologist.
will lecture before the Friends of
the Seven Lively Arts. 2100 Wash
ington Avenue, on Friday at 8
, p.m. Hi- subject will be "Bel Canto
The Forgotten Vocal Art." Also
featured will be a dramatic read-
Dr. Stalvey in Talk
Dr. J. B. Stalvey. author and Pro-
fessor of Government at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will speak at a
forum meeting of the Society for.
Ethical Culture on Sunday. March |
21st. 8 p.m.. at the Lindsey Hop-j
kins School. The subject for his ad-1
_- >f the < hekhov comedy. The dress fe Some Ideological Facts in 1
Bear, with Louise Kirby. chaim the Present World Crisis." Profes-
0M and I>eo Forman sor Mark Waldman will preside. '
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JAY. MARCH M, 1954
h Sholom to Hold Annual Election,
eting Sunday; Building Report Due
election of officers and
+Jewl3l)fk)rMlan
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nualdinner mooting of Tem-
li Sholom will be held on
,v evening. March 21st. in the
L, banquet hall at 6:30 p.m.
nMttag will begin at 8.
. Nominating Committee,
Pd by Irving Rothman and ron-
Z of Joseph L. Arkin. Morris
rt Judge Marry A. Grecnberg,
pollack, Sam Stein and Scy-
Bubin. has presented the fol-
g date for consideration:
jdenl Ralph Spero; vice
jenta Sidney I). Ansin, Jo-
L Arkin, John N. Serbin and
|cs Silvers; treasurer Sam
Financial SecretaryDavid
k; and general secretary
mder Rubin.
Board of Directors for a
-vear .termDr. Meyer Egg-
Leon J. Ell (outgoing presi-
. Frank Kamen. Louis J. Kren-
Judge Kenneth Oka, Sol S.
Dr. Norman J. Russ, Harry
r. Samuel Segal. Jr. and Abe
Ao: to fill a two-year term-
is Alpert and Louis I'ritikin;
a one year termJoseph Fe-
and Simon Wolff,
feature of the meeting will be
resentation of the annual re-
in the form of a dramatic nar-
e entitled. The Temple Will
nil'." written and presented
ahhi Leon Kronith, spiritual
r. Participating in the narra-
viill be Cantor Samuel Kele-
ainl S>(lnoy J. Creenberg, edu-
nal director, as well as the
lS-USNA Merger
Itification Told
ke Board of Directors of United
lice lor New Americans took
I ratifying action on recent pro-
ds to merge with the Hebrew
tiering and Immigrant Aid So-
and form a single worldwide
ih migration agency to be
United Hias Service, at its
kend annual meeting at the
i\ Plaza.
he forthcoming merger will
include the overseas migra-
operations of the Joint Dis-
Jtion Committee Ratification
fee merger agreement by the
A National Board left only
II and statutory lormalities in
jway of physical consolidation
ne two migration agencies. The
Board had already ratified
[merger agreement at its own
ual meeting earlier this year.
I Service, a constituent
ley of the United Jewish ap-
wdl continue to ho financed
the ri \ throughout l54.
resident Elsenhower, in a spe-
>< to the delegates, laud-
I r.....ttloment pro-
|ni and said that the efforts of
fled Service in the field of ini-
tiation have brought important
"its to the United States.
Presidents of the Temple's affili-
ates: Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Mrs. Irving
B. Kaplan, Jack A. Abbott and Fred
Malakolf. of the Sisterhood, PTA,
Men's Club and the Alumni Asso-
ciation, respectively.
Climax of the anrrativo will be
a report by John Serbia, chairman
of the Committee of Beth Sholom
Builders, and Charles Silvers, chair-
man of the Construction Commit-
tee, who will report on the progress
of the new sanctuary' and will dis-
cuss plans for its completion in
time for the High Holy Days in
September.
The decorative motif, which is
being prepared by Mrs. Neal Kars.
will center around the model of
the new building.
Foss Featured at
U of M Concert
The sixth pair of subscription
concerts given by the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra with
John Bitter, conductor, on March
28th and 29th will bring to Miami
one of the outstanding composer-
pianists, I.ok.is Foss, who will per-
form his own concerto with the or-
chestra.
When he was only twenty, Foss
won the Pulitzer Scholarship. His
compositions brought him the Ful-
bright Fellowship, the Horblit
Award of Boston Symphony Or-
chestra, and the Prix de Rome.
Foss won the 1945 Guggenheim
Fellowship, the youngest composer
ever to be so honored, and a New
York Critic Circle Citation for "The
Prairie," his cantata for chorus,
solo voices and orchestra.
The list of major orchestras
which have performed the works
of Lukas Foss, and with which he
has appeared as piano soloist, in-
clude the Boston Symphony Or-
chestra, the New York Philhar-
monic Symphony, the Pittsburgh
Symphony and the Los Angeles
Philharmonic. Mr. Foss has made
many appearances as guest con-
ductor with important symphony
orchestras and has been featured
as guest soloist and conductor of
his own compositions with the
above orchestras and with the CBS
Symphony Orchestra and the New
York City Symphony Orchestra.
Society Meets Friday
Dynamic Psychological Society
of Greater Miami will meet Friday
evening. March 19th. 8 p.m.. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Ettinger,
3261 SW 18th Street. Bess Toister,
M. Meyer and F. Meyer will hold a
Claes on public.sReaking. Mrs I'..
Bftpfift will slart,ii new chapter on
"Ho'- and) punt's ti Publiq Speak-
i ti u "
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
The Hebrew Academy Journal Committee celebrates with a
victory luncheon recently held at Hotel.Good. The celebra-
tion marked completion of the Pictorial Journal to appear at a
special function scheduled for the end of the month. Shown
(left to right) are Samuel Reinhard, chairman of the Journal
Coordinating Committee; Mrs. Irving Firtel, Journal co-chair-
man; Mrs. Benjamin Appel, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Samuel
Ritter, luncheon co-chairman; and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross,
member of the Journal editorial staff.
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Shochet Talk Due
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of
The Jewish Floridian. will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the Miami
Beach Israel Zionist Distrffct on
Wednesday, March 24th, 12:15
p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Shochet. who is chairman of the
1954 CJA General Mobilization
here, has just returned from a trip
to Israel made at the invitation of
the Israel government.
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FRIDAY.
m .riR a T. QHORTS Securities and Exchange Commission
(jIjUK AU bHUK 1 o r$ New Deye| nf |ssue..
Jewish Agency Plans to Move Former Mayor of Wiesbaden
10,000 Families to Farm Work Reinstalled; Was Nazi
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Jewish
Agency and other institutions are
preparing a plan for the transfer
of 10,000 families from towns and
cities to agriculture in the current
year, Levi Eshkol. Finance Min-
ister, reported at Towns to Vil-
lages conference held here. Mr.
Eshkol said this plan was part of
a larger one to divert 50.000 fam-
ilies to Israeli villages in the next
lour years.
Need More Immigrants,
Agency Official Reports
PARIS iJTA i I>rael needs a
"reawakening of the spirit of im-
migration" if it i> i" survive and
flourish. S. Z. Shragai. head of the
immigration department of the
Jewish Agency, told a pre>s con
ference here He said hi* current
European trip was an endeavor to
"awaken" the '"dormant will" of
Jews everywhere to migrate to Is-
i .u l and to study the reasons for
their "hesitation." Mr. Shragai
said thai last year 10.000 Jews had
come to Israel, but 8.000 had emi-
grated.
FRANKFURT (JTA) Dr. Erich;
! Mix. the Nazi Lord Mayor of Wl
baden when that city's synagogue |
was put to the torch in 1938. was
sworn in as new Lord Mayor this
week, a few years alter he Wtl
sentenced >- a "Nad activist No
voice was raised in opposition at
the ceremony, or in the local press
just as no! a single vote was
lered against him "hen the city
Council held i!. eleel n in Janu
ary,
Austria Urged to Honor
Jewish Claims, Wiley Says
new yoke JTA The Aus-
trian Government was urged to
honor the "jus! claims" of Austrian
Jewish victims of Nazism and "not
to seek to enrich itself at the
expense of these victims. Th, call
to the Austrian Government was
issued .d a memorial meeting here
marking the ltith year since the
Nazis marched into Austria Prin-
cipal speakers at the gathering in-
cluded Senator Alexander Wiley,
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee; Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. chairman of the Jew
ish Agency and president of the
Committee for Jewish claims on
Austria; Congressman Jacob Jav-
it-: and Dr Gustav Jellinek. vice
president of the American Feder-
ation of Jews from Austria, which
arranged the meeting.
Jewish Congress to Oppose
Calendar Reform by UN
NEW YORK [JTA The World
lewisfa Congress has announced
here that it will oppose India's
proposal to place the item ol world
calendar reform on the agenda ol
the 18th session ol the I niti d N
lion's Economic and Social Coun-
cil as "a secular act which will
have disastrous i ffects on re
observances based on tra litional
calendars" Religious opposition
to the calendar reform which is
behind India- proposal is based on
the fact that in n Ihe Sabbath
would full on working days, and
thai these days would change from
j i ar to year, it wa pointed out bj
D.- Maurici l P< rlzwi. the WJC
consultant on l N affairs.
Reform Rabbis Seek to
Intensify Social Program
NEW YORK JTA i A
posal thai the 475 Reform Jewish
congregations in the United States
establish local committees to "put
the social principle- of Judaism
to work" has been made by the
Joint Commission on Social Action
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the I'nion
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tion-
pro
Israel Gift Ware Sold in
1,400 American Cities
new YORK JTA Israel arts;
and cmftl are now being sold in
more than 1.4 and gift shops throughout the
United State-, according to a re-
port issued h'-re In the Jewish
y's Economic Department
Israel Will Act Against
Federation of Arab States
London (JTA Israel 1- only
rned with the problem of
larding it- 1 wn frontiers in
the current Aral) upheavals, [shar
Harari, Pr Part) member
of ""' 1st liamenl and 1
member ol th.- Israel 1 oreign \i
1 lira and Security Committee, told
1 pre- conference ben He under
Margarete lined that if there is federation of
-ome o| the Araib States in tho .ire,,
h. cited Syria, Jordan and Iraq
a possibilities Israel will be frei
to act in accordance with its
intere-t
JDC Reaches Agreement with
DP's; Bars Demonstrations
MUNICH 'JTA Full agrei
ment was reached here between
the-Joint Distribution Committee
and repn ol about 1.300
imers" among the displaced
Jews residing in the Foehrenwald
camp, near Munich. The agree-
ment bar- further demonstrations
by Jewish DP'.- in German cities.
Nazi Woman Who Doomed
3,000 Camp Inmates Freed
own
Rabe, a German concentration
camp overseer sentenced to 21
years in jail in 1948 tor maltreat-
ing women prisoners and lor se-
lecting 3.00 of them for thi
chambers, has been released from
the war crimes prison at Werl.
upon recommendation of the Brit-
ish German Clemency Board. In
Deggendorf. a 51-year-old German
named Samuel Kuhnke was given
eight years of penal servitude, less
tv 1 year- of pre trial custody He University in Jerusalem, enl
was charged with having caused the opportunities for cultural and
the death of 17 fellow-inmates in
a concentration camp by denounc
ing them to the Gestapo and then
participating in their interroga-
tion.
The Securities and Exchang*
Commission has made effective the
registration of the "Development
i issue" ol State ol brad Bond-. In
Ivolving an offer of S350.ooo.ooo of
bupon and Capital Appreciation
:. n Is, a Ih fr7S.000.000 to be lid
in i!'.">> 11 was announced here thl
week bj officials ol Ihe bond drive
The "Development Issue" is the
title given to this second offering
o| Bonds by Ihe State of Israel, the
first, which was launched on Maj
I 1951, h.i> ing been termed the
"Independence 1-siie "
There are two types ol bond- to
be offered These Include intere-t
bearing bonds, denominated 15
; pi rcenl Dollar Coupon
Bond-, and Capital-Appreciation
Bonds, denominated lOyear Dollar
S.i\ ingS Bonds.
Interest on the previous issue
had been al the rate of 3'j percent.
I lie principal of all bond- and In-
terest in Coupon Bonds are payable
m currencj of the United States
Coupon Bonds, offered at par,
are sold in denomination of $500.
SI 000, $2,500. S5.000. $25,000 and
$100,000 Savings Bond-, offered at
re in issue amount denomin-
ation- ol $100, S250. $500. $1,000.
000 and 5,10,000. Ifatur
itj value 1- IS percent of issue
amount, according to spokestiK n
here
The t. rms ol lb:- "Development
Issue" include that the State will
n deem any bond at the option of
the holder upon demand at any
time within two years after the
death of the owner, that a holder of
the bond may borrow up to 75 per-
cent of the value of the bond, sub-
ject to limitations set forth in the
prospectus and that the Develop-
ment Bond can be cashed in Israel
currency at any time at the rate
of exchange applicable to dollars
Other stipulations are that any-
religious, charitable, or education
al organization which at the time
of purchase certifies that the bond
was aquired with funds earmarked
for building or construction pur i
may, upon declaration that'
the amount is required for such j
demand payment of the
Kwart in Talk
Discussion Group of V. ml Chap
ter of Hadassah met on Thuradaj
evening al the home of Mr- Joseph
Schaffel, n sw 72nd Avenue
"Interpretation of the Bible." w.,
hosen bj Herbert Kwart.
Films at Library
mi Public Library, Pre
the I'll in Council
ol Ami rlea. will sh m pictures in
the e nomic education catcgon
on End.,-. March 19th at 8 pm.
rhi- 1. the sixth in the 1953 54
ilms previewed monthly.
ull amount at any time prior to
maturity and that the privilege of
acnangm | Independence I.-sue
Bonds f >r Development Bonds may
k- extended by the State from time
to time thereby enabling holders
i-tered Independence Issue
Bonds to take advantage of the
hizh-r Interest rate and other fea-
ture- of the Development Bond.
Jemple fco^
Way Host Friday
Temp,,. lsrM|
w host to the -
Radfr
Youlh Group-
evening
Methodi-t
visits Friday
the Tempi, on -j
A social hour will f0O
,n* 1 Sandra 8*2*'
who announced the oca,
other officers of ^
"; Carl Sandier
Paule Soul,., vice m
Judy Seldman, treasuw"
elude
r 1
1 B 1 *. iflE^iK. B3tBM
Plans for the first international conference to provide
aid for Israel were drawn up last week at a me
Executive Committee ol the State of Israei Bond Orqa
Among those who took part in the program to exp
scope of the Israel Pond drive were (left to right) Scmn
berg, mamber of the Board of Governors and naticndi]
man for spacial sal?s; Henry Montor, vice president(
executive officer; and Julien B. Venezky, chairman oil
ecutive Committee. The conference, at which Ameria
ish leaders will meet wilh delegates from Cancdc, Ik)
Europe and Lat;n America, will open at the Mayi!oI
in Washington. DC Friday. March 26th.
Interest on Regular Savings Account
ON BALANCES UP TO '25.000.00
Compounded Semi annually Payable June 1st and D;
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO -10,000.00
Complete Commercial Banking Services
DRIVE-IN TELLERS RANK BY MM
PAN AMERICAN BANK
OF MIAMI
'I lit SI IMK.WI
. ;o*ttC"
Hillel Foundation Building is
Opened at Hebrew University
WASHINGTON JTA, The op-
ening of the B'nal B'nth Hillel
Foundation building at Ihe Hebn w
American Group Plans to
Expand Jewish Education
NEW YORK (JTA) Plans to
expand its educational activities
were announced here by Ozar Ha-
torah, agency for Jewish schools
which supports 76 educational es-
tablishments in North Africa and
the Middle East in which more
than 15.000 Jewish boys and girls
receive religious and secular edu-
cation. In a statement by Isaac
Shalom, president of the organiza-
tion, it was emphasized that Amer-
ican Jews must pay more atten-
tion to the "forgotten million" of
Jews in North Africa, Iran and
_nd
spiritual exchange between the -in
*ntl Q| Israel and the fnited
States, was announced here at B'nai
B'rith headquarter- Acquired in
1951. the former Swin Consulate
building in Jerusalem has been
remodeled and decorated for
as a student center.
use
Mrs. Weizmann Named Head
Of Mogen David Adorn
NEW YORK (JTA) President
Ben-Zvi of Israel has appointed
Mrs. Vera Weizmann president of
Mogen David Odom, Israel's na-
tion-wide first aid service, it was
announced here by Congressman
Emanuel Celler, chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Ameri-
can Red Mogen David for Israel.
Mrs. Weizmann, widow of the first
President of Israel, may come to
America in connection with 'her
organization's activities, the an-
FRF A/CM BfiFAD E6C W_L
AUGUST BROS, bread
* S-W 8TM 6TM6T, MlAMi rtORID*


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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
KET'i.W name i,h l"S, r"Vk
f^JR Court > '""' Cuntjr,
Mil; v.-i.k BHOB coup.
;' rrunk -l L.-vin.
President
tfroVSlSch Shot Store
'""mIoU'I.K KHoB CORP.
jtj. Frank i Levin,
Prealdent
It & i;i;.m-.'
t,\. fo Miracle Show
Em i
UTce UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,,.,, i- IIKIIKIIY (HVKN that
larekcnrd. desiring to engage In
[l ril \\l TII.KCO.. hi ISS1 II W.
V,'. Miami. Florida, intend..
r ,|,( amc with the i torh
' ,i( .-..urt .'I Dade County.
.1 Wilts II RoTIIKRIIAM
,i'Y It KI.K1N
, for Jamea II. llolherham
I RiiildinK
>. .'< I J___________________
jiTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
y NAME LAW
L|i-K IS HKRKBY OIVEN that
, ii,.1. desiring I" engage In
, ler '.In fietltloua name of
[MIAMI APPI.IANCKK ALL
L| TV BKRVICE, nl USi Wj
[r st lnt< ndi i" rertater wild
iiii the Clerk of the Circuit
,,r Dadi i int) Florida.
EDWIN P. KRA88NBR
Hole Owner
B,KR a liARfl
i,i. r. \ ... nt
f\ Flagli r St.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 187113
l.ocis PBHHIN, Plaintiff.
VB.
OKOKI.IA PKSSIN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T( i CECELIA PKSSIN
124 W. 74th Street
Now York, N.Y
You. CECELIA PKSSIN. are herebv
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
DKor.e has lii-oii fill,I agulnst inn,
and you urn i<- of your Anawer ,m Pleading to th',-
lllll of Coiiuilaiiit on th.- plaintiff h
Auonu-j. .mai.vin f.noi.andf.i: , Lincoln Rnad, Miami Reach, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead*
Ing In the office of the Clerk of th.
circuit Court on or before the 12th
dnr "' April, IM4. If you fall to do
so. judgment l.y default win be taken
you for the relief demanded
In the Kill of Complaint.
ThlM notice hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH I 'l.i HUMAN
DONE A.\l' ii|i|ii:ki:ii ii Miami,
Florida, this i"th tin\ .,f March \ D
lli.M.
K II. I/BATHERMAX,
Pier*, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By It II. RICE, .lit.
(Circuit Court Seal) Denutv Clerk
MAI.VIN KNi'.I.ANPKK. KH(j
:tll Lincoln Iton.l, Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/12-19-211 I I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
... -?T,CE BY PUBLICATION
LN -TllrCIRCU,T COURT OF THE
rr-VANTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 16^5
It'i.-AI.YN NEWMAN, Plaintiff.
OBOROE IJ NKWMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: OEORUB F NEWMAN
i Pandeli, 334 w gith St.
New York, New Yolk
You are hereb) notified that a Kill
M i omiiiaint for Divorce has been
file,I against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve copy of your Answer or
Pleading i u i;,n ,,f t'oraplatnt on
the, plaintiff-. Attorney, DAVID I.K-
V ink. Ill N W. 12th Av- Miami,
Florida, anil file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court on or before the
IJth day oi April, I9S4. If you fall to
do so. judgment by default 'will be
taken again*! you foi the n lief de-
manded In the Bill of c.....plum
Tins notice ."hall i,e published once
each w.ei< r.n four con.....utlve weeks
,n THE JEWISH I-I.Mil I HAN.
DONE AND ORDERED il Miami,
Florida, Hum ,ih il.n of March, A Ii.
IW4.
E. It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
Bj WM. \\ ST'.iKINC,.
< Ircult Curt Seal) Deput) clerk
AVID I.i:\im-:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalKned, desiring to engage In
business iwliler the ftctitiouH name of
THE RECCR1). at No. 1064 N.E. I (1st
Terrace, North Miami Beach. Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the clerk of the j ircult Court of Dade
county, Florida.
fc N. D. P., INC.
2/26 t/S-12-ll
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
|HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IfENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
ilTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 166714
ms PREI man. Plaintiff,
In \ PREEM \n. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|,r\ IN \ I'REEMAN,
nnwn
notified thai :i Bill
Ei.|,la.! been fileil
j ... ,, ami >..ii are required to
i. ii Answer or Plead"
III nf c imlalnl on the
iiff'-- Attorney, I1KN E8HEN, BM
Hd 11 -. M mil, Florida, and
[h. .1, igin il or Pleading
. ol.......i the fli ik of the Clr-
I ,in or befori the 19th day
uii. Ii, !:..",l. If you fall to do sOi
irnr by ilcf.iult will he taken
fchi yi.ii foi ii relief demanded ill
kill of Complaint.
iNK \NI' ORDERED at Miami.
Ja,. Uiii 241 ii day of February.
RHi
E. K. I.EATIIEItMAWi
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida.
, By \V.M W. STt iCKINO,
|uit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.
B8SE.N
mey for Plaintiff
ley hold Rldg., Miami. Florida
I l/a-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKJUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No 167112
JOSE A HEIUMMDEZ. PUillitlff.
i 'A N I >KI .A It IA II F.KN A N I iF7.
I lef.ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: CANDBLARIA HERNANDEZ
IT39 !:. .larrlsoii Suci
Bellflower, California
You are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, stani.ky JOEL LEVINE,
ESQ., 4L'n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and flic the original In the
Office ol the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ^n or before the l-th April, KM, in default of which, a de
,re. j.....lonfanao may be entered
against imi.
DATED I In- loth dav of Mar.-h. 19(4.
I! B, I.KATIIKPMAN.
Circuit Court
I Mile County. Florida
Bj R M l:n'K JR.
fseal) Deputy Clerk
1/11-19- M I
H
I
N \V. 12th Av.- Miami,
Attorney for Plaintiff
:i 12-19-16 i |
Florida
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ndeniigned, dri-lnng to engage. In
htn under the fietltloua name of
TtlDA MOTORS, at 14K N.W. 3(th
Miami, Floi-ida, intend to register
name with the clerk of the Clr-
ICouit of I ial|e County, Florida.
SAMUEL I. KAY
JACK r. WBIN
INKIt MANNHEIMER
friiv- for Florida Motors
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_, NAME LAW
ffJCE IS HEREBY H1VEN that
JMersigii...i. ,i,.sirmg to engage In
PiTo .ll"'llr the fietltloua name of
PKIliA Mm nit SALES, at Hl'.i
Mlh HI Miami, Kloridn. In-
rio resi.-i. i said nmne with the
hi- ii ''"'"'t Court of Dade
Kty, Fl.in.ia
SAMUEL 1. KAY
P-BR A MAJ^ERMWRm N .
fi"Ve-..'"r norl' -^"""- Sales
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
nrn-i.- ,NAME LAW
luni, S "EREBY C.1VEN that
EeaT&uf 'leering to engage in
b K u o. "' n-tltlou.s name of
, I'J'1.-1 ARTMKNT STORE, at
h7, '"' Av'' Miami. Fla., In-
WnVr&ff" Court of WB
ln-ir.-;,',l,"'"":s L1 ENTER, INC.
r'CE NaSI". f'CTITIOUS
IfrTii-L- ,NAME LAW
&>-'* mi, ',,,l,,'r'ng to engage in
l.l.Kl'T .,,".' ['ctiUous name or
17th a, Li'ANERB, St IN4B
:im,i N"rln Miami, Intends
""'name with the Clerk
fkla ........"rl "f "^e County,
HARRIET ciiari.TON
MMj.t, is"le owner)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In P. E8T VTi: OI
BAM U EL s SILVERMAN,
l. i
To All Creditors' ami All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estati
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and dumands which you. or
either of you, may nave against the
estate ,.r samcki. s BILVERMAN,
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Hade County, and file the same
In their HrrlceS in the C>unt> Court-
house in Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the ilnte
of the first publication Hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to lie
sworn to and presented aa aforesaid,
or same will he barred.
Date March 10. A.D. IM.
// SARA SILVERMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of .,
SAMUEL S. SILVERMAN.
I>eceased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attornevs for Administratrix
(5fl Sev'bold Bids.. Miami. Florida
S/12-19-I6 M"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 166596
JOE M ALVAREZ, Plaintiff.
vs.
MILDRED L. DAVIS. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRED I.. DAVIS
Residence unknown
TOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the lllll of I nm-
plalnt for Foreclosure on chattel
Mortgage encumbering p, i soiialty lo-
cated in that certain place of busi-
ness known an "Brass Rail' located
it s-r, SW 37th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, with the Clerk of the ( ircult
Court In and for Dade County Flor-
ida, an,I serve a copy thereof upon
KESSLKK *.- OARS. Attorneys for
Plaintiff. ITS:' West Flagler S'treet
Miami, Florida, on or before the 1-th
day of April, 1.".4. else complaint will
be taken as confessed.
Dated: March 1. l"it. ....
e b. Weatherman,
ci.rk of Circuit court
By: M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th fictitious name or
FLORIDA AUTO SALES, at Htj
N U l(th B| Miami, Florida, in1,'"''
to register said name with the < leru
of the Circuit Court of Dade < .mnty.
Flor'd"- SAMUEL ... KAY
jack It WEIN
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attornevs for Florida Auto Siiles
:i i-I2-1!-2i! _______
ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN MrCUNF MAI
MARION C MrCUNE, MAI
HRS'I l I Dl l< \i 1(1 ll Dl\(.
Ml Wll
*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
in- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINDA EXPORT, al 1413 8.W, Hit
81.....1. Miami. Had,- County, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of, the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RICHARD PICK
ZDENA PICK
KPRT WELLI8CH
Attorney -it Law
Attorney for Richard Pick
and Zdena Pick
1114-17 Congress Building, Miami, Ha.
l :' I S-12-Ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DILI DO DRESS SIKH', at al Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register (aid name with the Clerk
of tin- Circuit Court of D.ule County,
Florida.
ROSE HARRIS. Sole owner
flEOROE J, TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Rose Harris
1/16 S/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKti.d. dealrtng to encage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
SUN BLEST HOME JUICE COM-
PANT, nt l-'l NAY. Hth Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, Intends to register said
name with tin- Clerk of the Circuit
Coert of Dade County, Florida,
BUN BLEST CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
By LEO NEMEROVSKI.
President
2'2 1/5-11-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1664M
IIKI.KNK ROKENBAUM, Plaintiff,
\ s.
MORRIS ROSENBAUM, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: morris Rohenbaum
Residence unknown.
Yon. MORRIS ROSENBAUM, are
hereby notified that a Bill of C.....
plaint for I ii voice has been filed
against you, and you are required i-
serve copy of your Answer or Plead-;
ing to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, OEORoE
CI'EK I'Ki i|-', 'i-iT-ll olympia Building.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Anawer or'Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Nth day of March, 1984.
if you fnil to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will in- taken acainsl you for
Hi,- relief demanded fit the BUI of
i 'omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each Me.-k for lour consecutive week-.
in THE JEWISH l-l.o|t||i|AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISth day of Fein-nary,
A.D. 1M4.
K. P.. IJBATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By \VM W. STOCK l NO.
'Circuit Court Seali Deputy Clerk
OEORME ciiK.KTk'oF
Attorney for Plaintiff
07-11 otvmpia Building. Miami, Fla.
2/26 1/5-lS-ll
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under tin- fictitious name ,.i
OCEAN SHORE MOTEL, at lMi"I
Collins Avenue, Miami p.-ach, Dade
County, Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ef Daile County. Florida.
THE PORBI.K CORPORATION.
Owner
BBRICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorney! for Applicants
IL'u Lincoln Road
2/!-2ti 3/.-.-12
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COU
ORD/
RT
DA
DADE COUNTY, FL<
No. 29977 A
RE: ESTATE OF
VKTTA edei.sTEIN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein given that I I
filed mv linal report and petition for
Final Discharge .,.- Executrix of I -
estate of viri'l'A EDELSTBTN,
. i I. and that on the T.th day of
April, (MM. 1 will apply to the Honor-
able W. FRANK 111.ANTON --r
FRANK i: DOWLINO, County Judg-
es of Dade County, Florida, for i -
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as i: of the
Estate of VK'I'TA KDEI.STEIN. ii- -
, l .,-.- il
This 1st day of March, I9S4
SADIE FEIN8MITH
IOSEPH ZEMRL
Attorney for Executrix
ROB Lincoln Roa.i, Miami Beach, Fla.
J/5-l!-l-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW x
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
S4IN BLEST CORPORATION, at 4'.'4
N.W. 2Mh Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register saltl name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SIN BLEST CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
By LEO NEMEROVSKI.
President
2/2 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS* HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAND DRY CLEANERS & LAIN
DRY', at 216(1 N.W. 1st Court, Intend
to register said name wltti the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
HARRY HERSKOW1TZ
I8IDOR HER8KOWITZ
Sole owners
MAX SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Scvhold Bldg.
2/2 3/.-I-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CABLES STATIONERS, at 12 Olr-
alda Avenue, Coral Oablea. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
SOL SCHREIBER
1/16 S/5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167086
LOUIh OITI.IN. Plaintiff,
vs.
REBECCA OITLIN, I fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'l'i l: REBECCA OITLIN,
Residence Unknown,
Yo'i are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you, ami you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plalntirra Attorney, HEN ESSEN,
si'.'t Beybold Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Head-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before tin- 12th
day of April. PCI If Mi.l fall to dO
so, judgment hv default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
lu the Bill 'if I 'omplaint.
This noi ic- shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE \Nli ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this '.ith dav of March, A.D.
p.' ll.
E It. LEATHERMAN,
i 'l.-i k, I 'il'Cllit Coll 1.
Dade County, Florida
By wm w. STi iCKINO,
(Circuit Court S.-.il) Deputy Clerk
i U-p'V-2ii ill '_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
II & B MOTORS (not Incorporated).
al 971 West Klaglvr Street. Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ^
Ll'CILE HOROWITZ, sole owner
ISRAEL A BRA MS
Attorney for Luclle Horowltg, d/b/a
II \- B Motors (not incorporated)
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167087
LOIS BERLIN. Plaintiff
\ a,
SAI'L A. BERLIN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAI'L A. BERLIN,
I'.l'.ii Huston Street, Apt A,
Sherman Oaks, California
Y'ou are hereby notified thai a Bill
,.r Complain! for Dlvona haa been
filed against you, and fnu are reo
ed tw serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill .of Complain I on
the |,laint;f's Attorney. BEN ESSEN
JU Beybold Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Pli
Ing In the office of the Clerk ol
Circuit court on or before Jhe 12th
day of April, 1954. If you fil to d
so. Judgment by default will be taki
against you for the relief demand, I
in the Bill Of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 9th day Of Man h. A I'.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
ci.rk. circuit Court,
I i.ole' ( oiinty. Florida
V Bv M C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) I ktputy '
3/12-19-16 4/2 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M iTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
busli ess on,I. r the fictitious nan.....I
Ol.nP.K QREEN .STAMPS. QLOBE
TRADINO stamp cii. at 17MPonce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Floi
Intends lo reglstei said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida V-
Ol.oBE STAMP CO., INC
By: Da\ id Jaoobson. President
is,,ie Owner)
HENRY M cain
Attorney for Applicant
I is \\ l-lagler St.. Miami. Florid i
3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDE.- FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hostile** under the fictitious name of
DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade
Countv, Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PHILIP DE LEON
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
111 Congress Bldg.
1/11-19-26 4/2"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32300-B
In Re: ESTATE OF"
MATTIK JACKSON. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
'.-state of MATTIE JACKSON, de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. FMnrlda.
to the Hon. County Judges of Dad.
County, and file the same In tloli
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claim*
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he haired.
Date March 10, A.D. 19S4.
LOUIE BANDED,
Admlnistrator-C.T.A. of the
F^state of
XIATTIF: JACKSON. Deceased
BEN ESSEN ____
Attornev for Administrator-C.T.A.
H23 Peyhold Bldg.
1/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR DKLIOAOIICS. at 942S
Harding Ave.. SurfaMe, F'la.. intends
1st, i .,,i,i name with th.- clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"flEOROE I. Zl'LACF" (sole owner)
11-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE-IN HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi, undersigned, d.-suing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARDMORK STUDIO, at 7:IS 41st
Street, Miami Peach, Florida, intend
t., register ssld name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"" KSTKU.K DEOUTZ
(IKOROE J. TALIANOFF
JUtooeatr lor.BeUUonesa
iTSl l/S-11-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' IIBREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TELE-COLOR STUDIOS OF' MIAMI.
at 424 N.W. 29th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. __.,
TONY E. LoPRESTI and
MELVIN II AULKll,
a p.irlnurshlp.
- 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MASTERS FABRICS, lit a790 S.\V -'
Street, Miami Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. I'l'-n la.
JOSEPH MASTERS
HAROLD STRCMPF
Attornev for, Joseph Masters
.147 S.-vbold Building
?,. 12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,-r
TROPICAL WATCH REPAIR AND
OIFT SHOP, at 9S64 Bird Road. Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register sad
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING LAX
HAROLD STRIMPF
Attorney for Irving Lag
M7 Sexlmld Building
3/12-19-26 4/2
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