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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
i!E 28Number 13
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1954
PFflfiE: TEN CENTS
rael Quits UN Mixed Armistice Commission
itch i iso n
jclines to
late Blame
BSALEM iJTA)Search for
^bganp which massacred 11
ncn. women and children in
bus ambush last Wedncs-
I been called off because the
J Jordanian and United Na-
fackers lost the tracks of the
ers in a wild, rocky wadi
live miles from the Jordan
, it was announced here.
fcquently. Israel quit the
Armistice Commission Tues-
Ir good" because the group
Ito indict Jordan for the
of the 11 Israelis. The
Decision, announced by an
okesman. was regarded as
: serious blow to the Unit-
Ions true supervision organ
Is;ncc the Arab-Israeli war.
kro Israeli members of the
(sion walked out when the
chairman, United States
Imdr Elmo Hutchinson, ab
| in ihe crucial vote on an
^solution pinning the, mas-
i Jordan. This defeated the
on.
nian trackers earlier joined
Land Israeli party.after the;
per of the Arab Legion of-
prouuh the Mixed'Armistice
^i"n, to send men to par-
in the hunt. Gen. Moshe
I Chiii of Staff of the Israel,
Instructed the Israeli dele-
the MAC to accept the
(an offer. The Jordanian
remained with the party
until the hunt was aban-
Itracking teams led by
funds-had established be-
l search was called off that
: of attackers had split up
Iscene of the murders and
eated in two paths at right
pom each other. The track-
ht two nights in the wilder-
*adis and rocks in the fruit-
nipt to follow the marau-
Israel-Un-dan Mixed Armis-
mmission. to which Israel
fed about the massacre,
day to discuss it, but ad-
1 pending the results of the
|ln the meantime, the com-
1 Rave this complaint prior-
a number of other inci-
"ad on its agenda,
lassacre of the 11 Jews has
fa of gloom over the entire
I and overshadowed the tra-
il^ festive atmosphere of the
Iof lurim. observance of
Psan last Thursday at sun-
rurim parties throughout Is-
F* cancelled and the only
P'Rn of the holiday was the
F "' children in colorful
P depicting Queen Esther,
-us, Mordecai and Haman.
t" M''she Sharett and Gen.
^nnike. chief of the UN
Ration machinery in Pal-
Cjfred this week-end on
l, ,. lnc Premier pointed
F'he at,ack was carefully
rhodically planned ,nd ha*
putward signs of a.military
r'o said that whether
re regulars or a special
I dn ,K f lh'S task "there
l^btthat the operation
Eft* a military center.
h !' "Uack a "w"nton and
fanpnuoked act."
lw' 'he gan had Pne-
1^ mto Israel territory
* against a vital artery
" communications, the
Combined Jewish Appeal
Reaches Million Dollar Mark
Prtmitr Moshe Sooreff
. "wanton and unprovoked"
Premier said Israel takes the ''grav-
est view" of this attack on the
safety of traffic inside the coun-
try. "No government conscious.of
its responsibility for the security
of its citizens and the preservation
of peace would rer-iin passive '
the face of such an onslaught/' he
declared. "Responsibility for the
attack must be laid at the door of
Jordan," the Premier stated.
Only 24 hours before the massa-
cre, Brigadier General Dayaa had
warned that "war with the Arab
countries is imminent." He declar-
ed that this was the only interpreta-
tion that could be placed on re-
peated Arab declarations that they
Continued on Pa*a 9 A
Dr. Nahum Goldmann (left), chairman of the Jewish Agency,
being greeted by Philip M. Klutznick, president of the B'nai
B'rith, shortly before h'e delivered an oft-1he-record address to
the B'nai B'rith Administrative Committee at its recent meeting
in New York. Among the actions taken by the Administrative
Committee, which is the interim governing and policy-making
body of the B'nai B'rith, was the adoption by unanimous vote
of an 8-point program of aid to Israel.
State Department is Bent on
Arming Arab League Nations
WASHINGTON (JTA)A group
of six Senators and about 35 repre-
sentatives released the text of a
letter this week from Under Sec-
retary of State Walter Bedell Smith
and simultaneously issued a state-
ment of "regret that we do not find
assurance In the letter that arms
will not be furnished to the Arab
states."
The members of Congress had
met with Secretary Smith and
other State Department officials to
express concern over proposals to
furnish arms to Arab League states.
The Department was asked to avoid
such a policy, whicn was character-
ized as a threat to peace.
In his letter justifying the ship-
ment of arms to the Arabs, General
Smith quoted Secretary John Fos-
ter Duties as saying: "We are con-
fronted today by possibilities of
creating strength. The voluntary
steps now being taken toward mut-
ual cooperation by certain Near
and Middle Eastern states located
close to Soviet Union merit our
support. We must make use of
these historic opportunities as they
occur, or see them pass by with in-
calculable consequences for our
own security.
"The setting within which we
must build defensive srongth is
unlikely ever to be penftct," Mr.
Dulles continued. "Certain area
disputes may well remain unset-
tled for many years whale the Sov-
iet, threat continues to 0ow. It is
our conviction, furthermore that
building area defense will not ob-
struct the solution of these dis-
putes but instead by fostering in-
ternal stability and appreciation of
common danger will contribute to
a' reduction of tensions."
Summarizing* the main points
made by the Department in its dis-
cussions of Arab arms aid with
Congressman, Gen. Bedell Smith
said: "The present dangerous weak-
ness in the defensive capabilities of
the Near East constitutes a direct
threat to the security of the United
States and of the free world. In
insisting upon such (arms aid) un
dertakings in every instance the
United States Government will con-
inue to concern itself with rela-
tive military strengths in this area
until such time as tensions between
Israel and the Arab states have
been sufficiently reduced to give
promise of a lasting peace in the
area. Any military aid which the
United States may consider ex
tending to states in this area will
not shift the balance of strength so
as to imperil the existence of any-
one nation."
The tripartite declaration of May
25, 1950 was cited by Gen. Smith
as an assurance that Israel had no
real cause for concern over the
arming of certain Arab states.
Commenting on the Smith letter
the Congressmen said they had
pointed out that the Arab states
have shown no desire to make
peace with Israel.
One million dollars have been
raised by the 1954 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal in its drive to strength-
en Israel's economy airfl to up-
; build Jewish life throughout trie
nation and in the GrealeT Mia-.ii
community.
The $1,000,000 mark' was an-
nounced at the final Buafiess aid
Professional Division report rally
held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
[ here this week. Chairman Sam J.
I Heiman and campaign chairman
Aaron M. Kanner commended the
hundreds of workers in the Trades
Division whose collective efforts
were responsible for boosting this
year's pledges to the SI.000,000
mark.
Campaign leaders expressed con-
fidence that the goal would be
reached before the end of the
drive.
Special commendation was ac-
corded Ben Meyers, chairman of
the Utilities Division, for being the
first group chairman to announce
gifts exceeding 100 percent of his
quota. A final spurt of activity in
the Initial Gifts Division, headed
by Samuel C. Levenson, was a
major contributing factor to attain-
ment of the $1,000,000 mark, ac-
t cording to Kanner. The remaindar
I of the larger Initial Gifts are ex-
pected within the new few weeVs.
"We are now well on our way
towards the goal," said Kanner as
he congratulated volunteers for
their accomplishment. "I am call-
ing upon the Greater Miami o
i munity to participate in this cru-
I cial campaign which strives to de-
velop and support the democra-ic
way of life in Israel and also serve
Greater Miami institutions which
are part of our daily lives here.
"Members of our Jewish commu-
nity support 54 individual heal-.h.
welfare and civic defense institu-
tions when they make their contri-
butions to the Combined Jewuh.
Appeal."
All CJA workers are being or-
ganized into a mass volunteer arr-y
for several hours of common.~y
solicitation on M Day on Sunday,
April 4th. Kanner has issued a ca'.l
to the Greater Miami community
urging people to stay at home < a
April 4th and give generously to
the neighbor or friend calling up a
them for a pledge.
Rehabilitation is Seen:
Reparations Funds Allocated
For Cultural Programming
NEW YORK (JTA)Nearly $1,-
000,000 from West Germany's first
reparations payments to Israel has
been allocated for use during 1954
in an unprecedented program of
cultural rehabilitation including
scholarships and fellowships to
Nazi-wctims and for the salvage of
the vast cultural treasures destroy-
ed Bfthe Nazis. The allocation was
voted hert by the Board of Di-
rectors (drthe Conference on Jew-
ish Mat dial Clahfl* Against Ger-
many meeting at the Hotel Roose
velt
Attending the board meetings
are more than 40 representatives of
the major Jewish organizations and
communities in the free world.
More than a half of this sum of
$900,000 will be devoted to a pro-
gram of grants to Jewish students
and teachers, known as the "Yavne
Fellowships" after a town in Pal-
estine in which the greatest aca-
demicians and intellectuals of the
second Jewish Commonwealth con-
gregated to pursue Jewish learning
following the destruction of the
Second Temple in Jerusalem.
This is part of over $9,008,000
which the conference assigned to
aid more than 30,000 needy Jewish
victims of Nazism who now live in
Western Europe, the Americas,

Continutd en Pag* 10 A
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IV. MARCH 26. 1354
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| friedland Reelected President
"enter Becomes Temple Emanu-EI

AMAZING NEW COFFEE
THE CANTORS' CHOICE

J living Lenrman ueiU and bamuel rneaiona iright) pre-
Uaques for distinguished service to two former presidents
[Miami Beach Jewish Center, Harry Sirkin (second from
jnd Joseph M. Rose at the 11th annual meeting held Sun-
light. Sirkin and Rose were named honorary life presi-
ded the session which adopted the name of Temple
u-El and reelected Friedland president.
liiami Beach Jewish Center
hpted the name Temple
El. effective immediately.
nnounced by Samuel Fried-
dnosday. The congregation
favor of the change at its
mal meeting, held Sunday
the Cotillion Room of the
Hotel.
land, chairman of the
nd founder of Food Fair
|wa- reelected president at
iting. Elected as vice presi-
I serve with Friedland were
Fruchtman. Ben Binder,
| J Halperin. Alex Sussman
ge J. Talianoff.
|selertion of our new name,
ns God Is With Us,' will
[more definite recognition
ngregatiop in the commu
ibbi Irving Lehrman said.
Emanu-EI best signifies
which has enabled our
J to grow in every manner
piy during its short but sig-
J history." he asserted.
|se the name ot Miami
wish Center has become
By known, it will remain as
Ue on printed matter, the
ud. The wide adoption of
e "center" by other syna-
| in Greater Miami caused
members of the congre-
' suggest the change.
blight of the dinner meet-
Itbe presentation of plaques
Ist presidents of the con-
hn. Harry Sirkin and Joseph
\ Rabbi Lehrman made the
ptmn and at the same time
that Sirkin and Rose
1 made honorary life presi-
'affectionate recognition
tnan a decade of loyal and
service to the congrega-
Old, Young
Cheer One Another
The oldest and youngest genera-
tions shared a unique exchange
of gifts Friday morning at the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center in keeping with the spirit
of the holiday of Purim.
A special trip was arranged
for residents of the Jewish Hrtme
tor the Aged to visit with the tioys
and girls, age three to five, at the
nursery school of the Center's
Town Branch in a dramatic observ
ance of the Feast of Esther, bridg-
ing the span of years with a warm
display of mutual fondness.
The packages of "Purim good-
ies" were prepared by residents
at the Home. The youngsters, in
turn, prepared a special pro-
gram of holiday songs and skits
for their hosts.
The program was arranged
by Mrs. Ethel Grossman, GMJCC
Nursery School supervisor, and
Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, the Center's
extension worker at the Home.
Among the residents participating
in the presentation were Isaac
Yurkowitz, Isadore Doctor, Mrs.
Bessie Mott. Mrs. Esther Kaplin,
Mrs. Jennie Gertstein, Mrs. Rebec-
ca Gold, Mrs. Yetta Kardon, Mrs.
Anna Goldberg. Mrs. Minnie Ber-
liner and Mrs. Sidonie Gluck.
TB Test is Discovered
At Denver Hospital
DENVERAn entirely new test
for distinguishing between differ-
ent types of tuberculosis germs has
been discovered in the William
Randolph Hearst Research Labora-
tory of the National Jewish Hospi
4-i i tt. Denvur,.,it .was, announced
here. ,.,.,
Known as the "catalase test,"
which can be performed easily by
laboratory technicians, the new
method promises to be very Useful
in determining the treatment of
patients whose TB germs become
resistant to isoniazid, the announce-
ment said. Isoniazid has been the
most effective drug to date in com-
batting tuberculosis.
Research, conducted under a
grant from the'^'Nsrtibhal Tuber-
culosis Association, is credited with
the discovery. Previously, a very
complicated and expensive proced-
ure was required to distinguish be-
tween these different types of tu-
berculosis germs.
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Published avary Friday alnca 1t7 by Wja {"ft*
Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami Wt.fUggi
Entered aa aacond-claaa matter July 4. 1930, at trie Poat
Office -o Miami, Fla., under tha Act of March '"
The Jewiah Floridian haa abaorbed the Jewiah Un ty
and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiahi TJ
graphic Agency. Sevan Aria Feature Syndicate, World-
wide Newa Service. National Editorial Aaaociation. Amer-
lean Aaaociation of Engliah-Jewiah Newapapera. Florida
Preaa Aaaociation. ___________________________t
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 28
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
vjewisti Meridian
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Friday, March 26, 1954
Adar 21, 5714
Number 13
Israel Quits Commission
The attack last week by Arab marauders on
a bus traveling the Beersheba road, which
brought about the murder of eleven men, wom-
en and children, has resulted in Israel's quitting
the UN Armistice Commission.
Word reached here Wednesday that the
action taken by the Jewish State is "for good"
because the commission failed to indict Jordan
for the massacre.
We think that this is an unfortunate move
in the larger United Nations scene and in its
truce-making mechanism. But we are also
forced to the conclusion that no other alterna-
tive was left for Israel if some vestige of re-
spect for its integrity as a free and independent
republic is to be maintained by the world.
The Kibva affair of October, 1953. brought
upon Israel the censure of the United States,
Britain and France, as well as that of a whole
host of UN member nations whose leadership
followed the Big Three stand.
By contrast, our State Department now refus-
es to call the Arab murderers to account for
their attack. It would be premature. Washing-
ton feels, for the Department to determine
whether action is reauired until the UN truce
supervision organization determines the "facts."
It seems to us that our government's spokes-
men will have to come up with a better one
than that. The Mixed Armistice Commission
has already determined the "facts." The Unit-
ed States representative abstained from voting
on Jordan's obvious guilt, a dispatch from Jeru-
salem indicates.
The Arabs are thus cleared, and it is under-
standable that Israel can no longer entertain
any faith in the commission.
Brandois* Sixth Year
Friends of Brandeis University here will gath-
er at the Di Lido Hotel on Thursday evening,
April 1st. to pay tribute to six years of unprece-
dented growth of the first non-sectarian insti-
tution of higher learning in the Western Hemi-
sphere to be founded by the American Jewish
community.
On that occasion, Dr. Abram Sachar, presi-
dent of Brandeis. will address Miami's friends
and bring a message from the school of higher
learning. .
At present, Brandeis University numbers 8G7
men and women in its undergraduate body
and 40 students in its new Graduate School
of Arts and Sciences. As we see it. this repre-
sents a tremendous advance since its founding
days back in 1948.
A distinguished scholar, author and Profes-
sor of History, Dr. Sachar will characterise the
significance of this advance for American Jewry
at large, as well as for Miami's friends who
have supported the educational institution
these past six years.
We take this opportunity of fore-welcomina
Dr. Sachar to our community in advance of
others here who will also be eager to greet him.
rbvoits !?
iN
I Si
A CALM IN THE MIDST OF STORMS
The Franehise Vote
A special election will be held in the City of
Miami next Tuesday on a new franchise for
the Florida Power and Light Company.
The most important thing that we want to
emphasize is the need for the individual to vote.
This is a right granted by our history and a
duty incumbent upon each and every citizen
of the United States.
We don't think any of us can afford to con-
sider that this is a "special" rather than a
"regular" election or that the one is less im-
portant than the other. We are livinq at a time
when the ability to express our opinion by a
free and secret ballot is indeed a prize to be
cherished. It would ill-behoove any 'of us to
profane it by failing to show up at the polls.
May we also suggest that the Florida Power
By LEO MINDLIN
AN OFFICIAL ISRAELI SOURCE charge,
eluding several children and two soldiers were kill.*
by a group of Arabs on March 17th. According \aa?'
was traveling from Elath to Beersheba in the Neee '
presumed to have struck the bus, a civilian vehicle "awi?
of Elath. A burst of machinegun fire killed ihi. aJ,XX1[
plunged into a ditch. ine <",,
The informant indicated that the Arabs then boankn
slew the ten remaining persons with a sub-machineeun
Countless incidents of a border-clash variety have
the Israel-Jordan frontier during the past few years
most serious prior to the March 17th massacre was ih
back in October, 1953, when some 80 persons were killed
significant factors combine to make the two different
political and military circumstance.
However, they, as the hundreds of other incidents i
appalling matterthe destruction of the Jewish State
phasized during a press conference in the Nautilus Hqu,
Esther Herlitz. First Secretary of the Israel Embasiyta
The differences are noteworthy. They cast
foreign policy, showing it as a model of muddlement.
us aware of the ignorance handcuffing that very vin
pable thing, American public opinion, whose righteous,
no bounds and whose constantly deepening source of |
ever sets such wrath going in the wrong direction.
FROM THE MILITARY POINT of view, nobody,
Kibya affair was inspired by Jewish will brought to thej
and by the need to employ retaliation as a warning I
aggression. Also, this was a border incident specificall
I constantly expected in view of the physical proximity
ments and military installations.
By contrast, the attack last week on the Beershelnj
hardly have been foreseen. The highway, according to I
traverses one of the deepest parts of Israel. Despite :
Minister Ben-Gurion's protestations at the time, it wasi
opinion to assume that regular army troops had taken i
Kibya raid; barring all other matters, geography alone I
support to the Jordanian charges.
No such factors exist in the March 17th massacre. I
was deep enough in Jewish territory to preclude the
spontaneous action carried out by renegades. Planned i
vering clearly was needed to bring the Arab brigands froaj
POLITICAL DIFFERENCES ARE EQUALLY notem
led to a denunciation of Israel by the U.S. State DepartmeaJ
tary Dulles within twenty-four hours.' Our government. I
France, under the Tripartite Declaration, led a I inted Nil
of the Jewish State. The press voiced its negative opii
aforethought. The UN Mixed Armistice Commission woulil
of Israel's pleading argumentsthat Kibya ;.- the result!
Jewish temper and that' an untold amount of Arab-msp
and murder had set the scene for it.
No such factors obtain now. We have yet to hear fronl
Mr. Dulles. We have yet to see the Tripartite Declaratioij
means of censuring the Arab States. Wherea- t'N truce i
Vagn Bennike found it necessary to fly to New York htj
report to the world peace organization back in October, I
were his feelings aroused, the tommission he heads now]
hung in the matter of placing the blame for last week's!
rael, of course, voted "yes," reflecting its feeling that Jordj
The latter voted "no." The American representative I
Armistice Commission, United States Naval Cmdr. Elmo I
abstained because of "insufficient" evidence. Israel
quit the Commission as a result. This is regarded as 11
to the UN truce mechanism.
American denunciation then and 'impartiality'' no
and Light Company's request for an extension (tion and indictment of our government's foreign polio alii
of its franchise to serve Miami's residents be
voted for in the affirmative. FP&L has been
among the pioneering organizations in this area
and has had no small hand in its upbuilding.
The role of the Florida Power and Light Com-
pany in the community's development and its
generous suport of numerous communal pro-
grams is also being recognized by Mayor Abo
Aronovitz and his four colleagues on the City
Commission who this week endorsed the FP&L
request.
We suggest standing behind our commu-
nity's government and the Florida Power and
Light Company. We suggest voting "yes" next
Tuesday. o;^
Mr. Frank is Honored
Concrregation Beth Jacob honored its presi-
dent, Morris B. Frank, at a testimonial dinner
on Sunday evening. Mr. Frank formerly served
as president for a number of years, in addition
to holding the office of secretary.
We join in saluting Mr. Frank for his ener-
getic leadership in Congregation Beth Jacob
and express the hope that he may look for-
ward to many more years of faithful service
devoted to his synagogue, as well as to the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
Tribuie to a Bond Worker
The Israel Bond Organization of Greater Mi-
ami honored Mrs. Miriam Press at an impres-
sive function on Wednesday evening as "bond
salesman of the year."
As we see it, the tribute to Mrs. Press sym-
bolizes the part that the small, day-to-day pur-
chaser of Israel Bonds has played in the na-
tional campaign to gather funds for loans to the
Jewish State's many mushrooming industries
The tribute indicates that each one of us
has a stake in assuring Israel's inde^endenc*
won so dearly on the battlefield and challeng-
ed each day by recalcitrant Arab neighbor.
Mrs. Press, and millioni of others like her. can
buttress thi, independence by supporting fc.
young republic', numerous commercial and
industrial ventures.
she*
failure of public opinion to respond with the \ igor it shot
Jews were declared guilty before the world emphasizes th
here of misinformation and obvious malevolence. It fu
me that the following lesson must be learned: Impartiality
policy but a manifestation either of treachery or lack of|
denunciation is a diplomatic deception.
THE TUESDAY PRESS CONFERENCE was attended*!
crowd of newspaper persons consisting of one man. T
mendable morning daily failed to make it; its rep
"somewhere" on Miami Beachwhere, could not quite >
The accurate afternoon newspaper, which several nwnUM
Israel air force shooting down Swedish civilian P'3"*^?1^
home its crew of reporters well before the four o'clock i
This sense for current news from the Israel-Jordan
compares favorably with the "sob-sister" approach empfoyi
1953. The press just doesn't care: it would ill behoove W <
to censure the Arabs in the face of our governments w
up with such censure. It would ill-beboove them to
which State Department foreign policy prefers ignored
MISS HERLITZ WAS IN MIAMI BEACH as principal i
Israel Bond dinner honoring Mrs. Miriam Press We
During the Arab seige of Jerusalem in 1848. Miss Bl
in command of the Chen, the women's battalion ofW
of Israel. "Cmdr. Hutchinson had no alternative,
me. "Tracks made by the marauders disappeared :
the border "
She said that the Israel government actually"*;
people who participated in the massacre given to oflK
but that the matter must rest in abeyance at tl
Security Council is currently debating the Suez lssU*'_..
But the massacre, like the Kibya affair, is noi nw
dent. "Unfortunately, we always talk about incidej
remarked. By this she meant that it must be re**^
a more complex patternEgypt, to the south. ,r>'mg,
economic blockade; Syria, to the north, preventing
from developing its water resources; and Jordan s a
impossible the daily life of the Israeli by
provocations.
This is worse than the cold war between East and^
said, since the Soviets at least talk about the "1
en*e Above all. two things emerged clearly from,
foreign policy has failed to capitalize on the dine
Arajj nations, while remaining the target of their r
destruction of the Jewish State. i
"* Also emerging was the fact that contiooingf0'
will, above all else, stay the Moslem ttom ^ **4
is where yon come m. she said. this. Mi* *
Bonds.



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leVonth Slate Conclave
Eheastern Federation of
Luth announces its annual
I Wi!l be held in Atlanta,
Ion April 9th through 11th.
liose of the Conclave is
t,te the programs of the
[groups in the region con-
lf Temples in Alabama,
T Florida and South Caro-
Highlight of the annual will be a
workshop on the afternoon of the
10th in which a panel of distin-
guished rabbis from throughout
the region will conduct an "Ask
the Rabbi" session in which dele-
gates may ask for advice or debate
on any pertinent subject. The Con-
slave will also include a discussion
entitled "The Judaism I Want for
My Children" in which picked rep-
resentatives wiU participate.
The Standard Town and Country
Club will be the site of the ban-
quet and dance to be held the night
of the 10th, with Jerry Davidson,
president of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth, Kansas City,
Kansas, as main speaker for the
dinner.
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Engel Will \drtrrss A*C
Irving M. Engel, national presi-
dent of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, will speak at the second
annual meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the American Jew-
ish Committee on May 24th, it was
announced here by Dr. Joseph M.
Weidberg, chapter chairman.
Engel, noted lawyer "and Civic
leader, follows Jacob Blaustein as
president of the American Jewish
Committee after serving as chair-
man of the National Executive
Committee for the past six years.
The chapter annual meeting will
also be an election meeting for
new officers of the Greater Miami
Chapter. Chairman of the Nomi-
nating Committee is J. Gerald
Lpwis.
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FRIDAY.

Miss Ht(en Maker
Mr. Siegel's Fiancee
Is Jacksonville Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haber. of
Jacksonville, announce the engage-
ment (if their daughter. Helen Dor-
othy, to Edward Siegel. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Siegel. 1175 SW
22nd Avenue.
Miss Haber attended Robert E.
Lee High School in Jacksonville
and the University of Florida. She
fit a member of Alpha Lambda
Delta, scholastic honorary.
Mr. Siegel is a graduate of Miami
High School and received the
Bachelor's degree from the I'niver-
sitv of Florida. He was top man
in a class of 660 and was named to
Phi Beta Kappa.
He also was vice president of
Florida BhM Kej and a member
of Pi T-ambda Phi Kratermt> Now
a senior law student, he is execu-
tive editor of the Law Review.
1*1
MARCH;

k -Ml
Miss Weinstock Picks
July 4th for Kites
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Weinstock.
ol 1173 Marseilles Drive, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
E ;se Marion, to Murray Cohn. son
Aenue. and the late Jacob Cohn.;
The couple have set their wed-
ding for July 4th at the Miami
2>( ach Jewish Center. The bride-
eleet aid Mr. Cohn are both gradu-!
ates ot Miami Beach High School.
B'nai B'rith Women
Schedule Functions
>n Wednesday. March 31st. 8:30 .
p m.. a regular business meeting of i
f-'P.in.ir Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai
Eiith Women will be held at the
i | Comodoro Hotel Nominating '
Committee will present for approv-
I its (election of officers for the
i ling year.

Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai
B rith Women, will hold a menonli
gl ne- purty ut the Empress Ho-
tel on Wednesday. March 31st. 1:
p. l.

North Shore Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, has scheduled me-
reran sTj~.cs for Wednesday. March
81st, 12:30 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo
h to:
Miss tlyse Weinstock
Cast of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Musical Revue slated for Wednesday eve.
elude (left to right, top row) Douglas Murray Sonnett. lackey King, Mickey Sonnett,
Wickman, Neil Sonnett, Trixie Levin, producer and director, Bea Mersel, Pearl Hymai_.
othy Falick, Ethel Brenner and Millie Draiar. accompanist. Bottom row are Phyllis Miller,!
othey Pine, Grace Durbin, Becky Yay, Rosalie Arkin and Selma Grenald.
Sketchbook Curtain
Up Friday Night
\ftei rnontns of planning and
Weeks of rehearsals, the curtain
goes up Friday night on the Uni-
. of Miami student charity
v production. Sketchbook.
With the two performances Fri-
(1. and Saturday at Dade County
Auditorium beginning at 8:30 p.m..
the 100 cast presentation will fea-
ture original words and music by
Al Foster, with additional material
bj Emma Von Zamph and George
Severest.
Arrangers for the 24-piece or-
orchestra sorce are Fred A.-he. Bill
Miller. Jim Schowl. Don Dahlin.
Nick Parce. Bill Rose and Bill
Tcague. Joe Mascole will conduct
the School of Music students. Phi
Mj Alpha, music honor society,
DM mbers copied all the manu-
script.
Featured in the show are Randy
Kiiger's singing of "Chicken Feed,"
Gary Miller in "Punch and Jury."
Putti Harmon and Lee Cohen in the
romantic "Yes We Should." and
"Linsey" sung by Dawn Cellier.
Working behind the scenes are
A! Hockman. scenery: Harley Jos-
eph, lighting; Fred Albert, sets;
Ji.dy Cohen, costumes; Sy Honig,
business manager; Leslie Green-
field, tickets; Jack Plumb, pro,
grams: and Marty Rosen, publicity.
Entertain Canadians;
Move to New Home
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April are
moving to their new home at 1380
SW 11th Street. Rabbi April is
spiritual leader of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
They were hosts to Mr. and Mrs.
David Hoffman during their win-
ter vacation here. The Hoffmans
have returned home to Perth, On-
tario. Canada.
Mrs. April is back after a brief
vtsH to Savannah. Georgia, with
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal.
their daughter and son-in-law.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grayson.
of 1795 Normandy Drive, announce
the birth of their son. Andrew
Scott, at Mount Sinai Hospital on
March 18th. Grandparents are Dr.
and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin. 1754 Merld
lan Avenue, and Mrs. Rose Gold-
berg. 2390 Coral Way. and the late
Aaron O. Goldberg.
it 4r it
Mrs Miriam Press, of 911 3rd
Street. Miami Beach, is entertain-
ing her sister and brother-in-law
from Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Lang. The Langs will remain
here Thursday, when Mrs. Press
leaves to attend a wedding in Jer-
sey City, accompanied by her
daughter and son in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Perkel.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Epstein, of
1775 Washington Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter. Susan Lee. on March 3rd. She
joins her brother, David Mark, and
Singers Warm Their
r>
Coral Gables Home
Hadassah to
Present UUtt
All 12 Hadassah Gmupi i
Some 450 guests attended a
house warming at the Coral Gables' prising the Greater Miami
home of the William D. Singers on of Hadassah are expected
Granada Boulevard Sunday. Fea-
tured was a cocktail dance.
A bar and long tables of canapes
were set around the pool on the
waterfront terrace, where a string-
ed orchestra played.
The home includes such modern
extras as music piped into each
room, a screen for movies that
comes down in the Florida room
at the touch of a button and built
in television sets.
Honored guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Singer's sister-in-law. Mrs.
Dave Goldstein, of Youngstown.
Ohio, and her daughter. Babette.
and Mr. Singer's brother. Sam, of
Cleveland, and son, Del.
local persons attending includ-
ed the Carl Weinkles. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cherner, Arthur Evans,
city manager, and Mrs. Evans, and
Coral Gables Mayor and Mrs Dave
Hendricks.
sister, Ellen Ruth. Grandparents ; "------------------------
are the Louis Gimpels and Max j Hcrhci't Mai'kovitZ
Epsteins To be Bar Mitzvah
ix it -to
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Engel, of 753
Herbert Markoyitz. son of Mr.
NW 19th Street, are entertaining' and MrJ David Markovitz. will be
Mrs Engels sister. Mrs. Frances come.Bar Mitzvah at the Sabbath
Ziegler. of New York. Her sister I morn"> service of the West Mi-
and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Iami Jewish Center.
out in great numbers to |
in the culmination of
major projects of the y
organization will make
tions of 20 valuable gifts i
to be held on Monday.
1 p.m., at Temple Beth !
Mrs. Irving Westin, vice |
dent, will be chairman of]
fair. Mrs. Samuel Z.
dent, will bring greetings,)
Leon Kronish will offer
cation. Mrs. Moset Me
vice president, will pi
geant in song and dance i
"From the Four Corners
Earth." Participants will
members of the Miami Be*
ior Judeans directed by
Bricklan.
Mrs. Joseph Shawmut will I
the hostess committee whit*!
include the Mesdame* Sidney(
man, Joseph Berger.
Marquit, Laurence Gilbert 1
Ratner, Rose Feibush. Leo j
kow, Otlie Rosenberg.
Milton, Lillian Goodman.
Cypress and Gerald Sola
Samuel Prager. Brooklyn, are stop-
ping at the Allison Hotel.
ft & 6
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Saffer. of
3321 SW 21st Street, announce the
birth of their son. Mark David, at
Doctors Hospital on Monday.
Grandparents are Mr. Harry Saffer
and Mrs. Esther Berger.
Portrait Artist is
Guest at Traymaj
Harry S. Moskovta.
Harvey Kane to be
Bar Mitzvah Here
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal
K.-.ne. 6949 Abbott Avenue. Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturdav morning at Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac
Ever will officiate.
Harvey is a student at Agudath
Israel and attends Nautilus Junior
Hiah School, where he is in the
eiLhth grade. He is a grandson of
Mr and Mrs. Morris Nasatir. Jew-
ish new.) commentator and director
of the Yiddish Classical Hour here.
Edward Ronald Loeb. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Loeb,
425 East Di Lido Drive, Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, March
27th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Ed-
ward, a student at Beth Shol-
om Religious School, is in the
7th grade at Nautilus Junior
High School.
Mayors Are Among
Guests at Party
Honoring Shoehet
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver, of
710 SW 21st Road, entertained at
a "welcome home" party in honor
of Fred K Shoehet on Thursday
evening.
Shoehet. who is publisher of The
| Jewish Floridian and chairman of
General Mobilization in this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal, has just
returned from a trip to Israel at
the invitation of the Jewish State's
government.
Among those at the party were
Miami Mayor and Mrs Abe Arono-
vitz. Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs.
Harold Shapiro, accompanied by
the Mayor's mother in law and
niece. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Dr.
and Mrs. Max Pepper.
Dr and Mrs. Alvin Gardner. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs Ethel
Shoehet, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fleischmanj
Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle and
Mrs. Leah Rich man
The service will be conducted by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. and Her-1
bert will be presented with a cer-*i
tificatc of completion awarded by I portrait painter and etcher
the Bureau of Jewish Education adelphia. is a guest at the]
and sanctioned by the Rabbinical more Hotel Miami Beaekj
Association of Greater Miami. Moskovitz
The Bar Mitzvah has attended Mrs Moskov,'z
the West Miami Jewish Center Re-1 Tn* art,st ha> done' '
ligious School for three years. He of many famous persons
is a student at Kinloch Junior High
School.
His parents will provide the On-
eg Shabbat Friday evening and the
Kiddush following the Sabbath
morning services.
eluding Leopold Stokowktl
Van Passan. Dr Chaim W
Cornelius Vanderbflt,
Roosevelt. David Sarnoff,!*^
gross and many others.
Tots About Towi
Roshak Show Slat.d--
John Roshak is having a wall
show at the Mirell Gallery through
April 3rd. combined with a group
show. The artist was born in New
Jersey, studied at Terry Institute
and has exhibited at Norton Art
Gallery and Four Arts Gallery
Ub) I
n
YOU'RE WANTED ON THE TUTS BALL IS MINE-'^
PHONE Dawn Margolis sists determined W
calls out. She is the daughter son ol Dr. and w* ft
of Mr. and Mrs. George Max- Rose, 9850 East Bay
golis, 460 43rd Street. Drire.


IY, MARCH 26, 1954

^JmlstiihrkUaun
thf Tioklstciii
|th is Revealed
Ld Mrs. George M Buch, of
harbor. Um Island -
to the engagement of their
fc, Naomi Lois, to David P.
n son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
oJdotein, Nepoorit, Long
Buch and Mr. Goldstein
Ud from Far Rockaway
jjjool Miss Buch is a medi-
elarv student at New York
fiJMversity. Institute of Ap-
Urts and Sciences.
[Goldstein attended C.C.N.Y.
| of Busines- Administration
jj now associated with his
fcride-elecl was a former resi-
Lf Miami. She graduated from
hdoah Junior High School
friended Miami Senior High
Goldstein"s grandmother,
Rebecca Cohen, of 935 10th
are long time residents of
Beach.
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Young teacher wishes to accompany
family traveling Europe after Jan*
15th. Call Newman, 5-7503.
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American-Born Gentleman
in bujmess, 40 years aid, wishes to
meet woman about same age, observ-
ing Kashrvs and willing to aid in
business. Reply Mr. S., lax 2973,
Miami It.
is Cherner Chairs
[dent Conference
L Roberta Cherner. daughter
\. and Mrs Joseph Cherner of
i Beach and Washington, D.C.,
, as chairman of the recent
Lawrence College interfi-
le student conference on "The
_! of American Freedom."
lid in Bronxville. New York,
Eonclave attracted 180 under-
rate delegates from 44 Eastern
kji- end universities and 238
j Lawrence students.
, Henry Steele Commager, the
nter. said that certain tradi-
ll characteristics of American
(om are in danger of falling
and "of taking our freedom
J them."
I opening the conference. Miss
ner said "With the whole con-
I of our American freedom in
Rant danger, it is essential to
|fy in our own minds exactly
rights we. as individuals,
I. and whether our personal
pom could in any way contra-
[or stand in the way of the
Ibeing of our country."
Inticello Ladies
Fashion Show
kond annual spring fashion
y, "From Dawn to Dusk," will
(presented by the Mollie Ka-
rr Ladies' Auxiliary at the
kticello Park Jewish Center on
Jtaesday. March 31st, at 8:30
I Spr.ng and summer fashions
accessories will be displayed
Ronnie's Frocks, Inc.. and mod-
by members of the Auxiliary.
hions will be shown in a man-
I similar to that of the TV show,
M Big Payoff."
pfreshments and other prizes
be awarded during the course
[the evening.
B'nai B'rith leaders are shown planning the 18 th Annijal Convention of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith lodges and women's chapters, which will be held at the Biltmore Ter-
race Hotel, Miami Beach, April 10-12. Pictured are (seated) Mrs. Violet Davis and Milton A.
Friedman, Co-Convention Chairmen, (standing, left to right) Sidney M. Aronovitz, Leo Stein-
man, Mrs. TillieWolfson, Gilbert J. Balkin, A. Budd Cutler, Mrs. Jack R. Wein and George Kron-
engold. Convention Committee members. Mrs. Wein is President of the Florida State Feder-
ation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters. WWMB \%j* !"
Young Adults to
install Oltieer*
Newly elected officers of the
Young Adult Group of Temple
Emanu-El will be installed at the
group's" second annual "Purim
Prom" on Sunday, March 28th, at
9 p.m., in the social hall of the
Temple, according to Debbie Gra-
boyes, social chairman.
Kabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will be
the installing officer.
Officers to be installed are Irv-
ing Sherr, president; Bob Stone,
vice president; Phyllis Goldstein,
recording secretary; Carol Leibow,
corresponding secretary; and Don
Marks, treasurer.
The evening will feature dancing
to the music of Walter bee and his
orchestra. Assisting in arrange-
ments are Elaine Schwartzman,
Kathy Rothmen, Jane Goldstein,
Phyllis Goldstein and Arlene Weis-
blatt.
Musical Revue Lists
Cast for Production
Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of
the Sisterhood Musical Revue of
Temple Beth Sholom, this week an-
nounced the following cast:
Rosalie Arkin, Veda Broder,
Ethel and Rita Ann Brenner, Adele
Belaif, Grace Durbin, Dorothy
Falick. Selma Grenold, Isabelle
Grove, Pearl Hyams, Jackye King,
Becky Kay, Bea Mersel, Phyllis Mil-
ler, Dorothy Pine, Ruth Rudine,
Mickey Sonnett, Murray Sonnett
and Neil, ReLores Wickman and
Mary Wynn.
The Revue, which will be pre-
sented on Wednesday evening.
March 31st, at the Miami Beach
High School Auditorium, has been
written and produced by Trixie
Levin. Proceeds will go towards the
support of the Beth Sholom Relig-
ious School. Mrs. Bert S. Klee is
president.
MEL* WANTED-FEMALE
Supervisor for Kitchen
and Dining Room
in kosher Jewish Institution in
Miami; will alto have housekeeping
responsibilities. Some experience
in menu planning and special diets
preferable. Must be a mature per-
son with good exporionco. Write
full details regarding ago, educa-
tion, training, work exporionco past
10 years, and references. Write:
M. C, BOX 2973, MIAMI IS, FIA.
"BC" Day Here Saturday
Saturday is "BC" Day, according
to an announcement here by the
Dade County Cancer Institute.
Spokesmen for the organization ex-
plained that "BC" means "Buck
Cancer."
All local radio stations will car-
ry a "Buck Cancer" program from
the stage of the Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Saturday evening from
7 p.m. until 2 a.m. Contributions
may be mailed to Cancer, First
National Bank, Miami.

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Dr. Greenhouse Named to
Community Seder Committee
Dr. Julius A. Greenhouse, of 1741
Cleveland Read. Miami Beach, has
been appointed chairman for the
Miami area of the Temple Emanu-
El Community Passover Seder to
be held at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel on Saturday, April 17th, 6:30
p.m.
Co-chairmen of the committee
are Mrs. Marius Ranson. of Ft.
Lauderdale, and Mrs. H. G. Schlaf-
er, Hollywood.
Last year, over 200 residents and
visitors in the Miami area attended
the Seder. The charge is $8 per
plate. For children under 13, the
charge is $5.
Dr. Greenhouse came to the
Beach six years ago from Roches-
ter, New York, where he was a
leader in Temple B'rith Kodesh
and a close personal friend of Rab-
bi Philip Bernstein. On his com-
mittee are Mrs. Albert Fishbein,
Mrs. Samuel Gluckman and S. R.
Zimmerman, all of Miami Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller,
of North Miami.
This, will be th- sixth community
Seder at the Hollywood Beach Ho-
tel. The service will bo conducted
by Rabbi Marius Ranson.
Douglas Book Reviewed
"North from Malaya," by Supreme
Court Justice William O. Douglas,
will be the tenth and last in the
series of books reviewed by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein for the Greater
Miami Chapter ol Hadassah. The
review will be given at Temple
Beth Sholom, on Tuesday. March
30th, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Morris Alpert
is coordinator.
SECRETARY WANTED BY SYNAGOGUE
Must Know Mimeographing and Stenography
Salary $50 S60. Reply Giving Reierences.
DEPT. X. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18
THE MIAMI SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE
will present Rev. Eugene Pickott, as guest speaker on Sanday, Inarch
28th, 11 a.m., at the Lindsay Hopkins School, 1410 N.E. 2nd Avenue,
Miami. His subject will be "McCarthy, the Man, tho Senator and the
Ism." Tho pablic is invited.
Weekly Card Game Set
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its weekly minyon
card game for Youth Aliyah at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday,
April 1st, 1 p.m.
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Disabled Vets to Install
A newly organized chapter of
Disabled American Veterans, Mi-
ami No. 5. will install newly elect-
ed officers on Tuesday evening,
March 30th. 8 p.m.. at the Como-
doro Hotel. Frank Henry will be
installing officer.
Fobs to be Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
Lukas Fobs, composer and pianist,
on Saturday, March 27th, at 6 30
p.m., over Station WKAT. Mr. Foss
is appearing as soloist with the
University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra. John Bitter, conductor, in
the seventh pair of this season s
concert series on Sunday and Mon-
day evenings.
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"PAY, MARCH*
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Kurman Named to Third Term as Head
Of Jewish Home; Kopelowitz Reelected

Board of Directors of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged at a meet-
ing Sunday elected Abe Kurman
president for a third term. Kurman
and' M. J. Kopelowitz, reelected
Brard chairman, were lauded for
their '"outstanding leadership and
vi; ion in developing the Home's-re-
! ililative program and projected
expansion of its physical facilities."
Other officers elected were
Jodfe Harold B. Spaet, honorary
president; S. I. Bernbaum. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer and David Phil-
lip.-, vice presidents; Dr. Joseph M.
V\ eidberg, treasurer; Archie
Greenberg, financial secretary-
Benjamin Appel, Daniel M. Broad,
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman and Judge Spaet were
selected.
For the past year a committee
consisting of Judije Spaet, Bern-
baum. Kurman. Kopelowitz. Max C.
Gettinger of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and Maurice
Pearlstein. the Home's executive
director, has been in negotiations
with a committee of the Hollywood
Jewish Welfare Federation headed
by its president. Stanley M. Becker-
man. At the meeting Sunday, the
Board approved a set of principles
Mr>. Sol Silverman. corresponding by which Jewish aged residents of
secretary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, j Hollywood would be eligible for
recording secretary.
]n the balloting for election. to
the Admissions Committee. Mrs.
Beth Sholom Men
To Meet Monday
A top-notch entertainment pro-
gram is on tap for members and
guests of Temple Beth Sholom
Men's Club on Monday night, when
the organization holds its monthly
meeting.
J- Bookbinder. "The Prince of
Jewish Humor,"' will be featured
at 'he meeting. Bookbinder is on
a Southern tour, and the stint at
the Men's Club will be the only
strp on Miami Beach, according to
Alrrt L. Rosen, who is in charge
of arrangements for the evening.
In a new twist, the men will
ser e as hosts to the Temple Sis-
terhood who have been invited to i
at'.cid the affair.
Also in the program will be com-
mr-ity singing with accordionist
H> fried. The business session, ac-
eor' ing to Jack Abbott. Hen's Club
prt ident. will include a report on
toe group's youth activities.
Meyer Eggnatz. chairman of
the Youth Project Committee, will
m: e the report on "Teen Town."
the youth program sponsored bv
the Men's Club.

aJmission to the Home and author-
ised the committee to enter into a
written agreement with Hollywood.
Dr. Samuel Gertman. Home med-
ical director and chairman of the
Geriatrics Section. Department of
Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, re-
ported on a developing medical
program by which, with the close
I cooperation of the staff of Mount
I Sinai, a forward-looking rehabilita-
tive program is under way at the
I Home.
Medicine, social and psycholog-
ical factors are linked and fused
I together to add "life to years ,is
well as years to life." he said, an- j
nouncing that Mount Sinai was not
j only caring for the Home's resi-
dents when they were in need of
hospital care, but now was giving
each applicant for admission the
most thoroughly type of medical
examination.
He praised the Board and med-
ical staff of Mount Sinai for their
cooperation and their intense in-
terest in the new and rapidly grow-
ing field of geriatrics.
One of the highlights of the
meeting occurred when Kurman ac-
cepted on behalf of the Home an
oil portrait of Max Land painted by
Miami Beach artist Warren Soned.
The painting was presented by Mrs.
Fannie Land, through her niece.
Joint Building Committee of the Jewish Home 1c r the Aged and Greater Miami Jewish Fedej.
tion completes its work in planning for the new Ablin Memorial Building of the Home. Seated
front (left to right) are Abe Kurman, Jim Kopelowitz, Jack Corner, chairman of the Buildim
Steering Committee. Dave Phillips. Seated rear (left to right) are Emil Gould, Irvin KoiadJ
local associate architect, and Daniel M. Broad. Standing (left to right) are Sam Resnick, Sid- 3
ney D. Ansin, S. I. Bernbaum. chairman of the Building Committee, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Ben Fleeman. Maurice Pearlstein. and Max C. Gettinger. Members not shown are Leon l
Jacobs and Bamey Lee, co-chairmen of the committee, CoL Jacob M. Arvey, A. J. Paul and]
Dr. Samuel Gertman.
Willner Vies for
School Board Seat
Arthur Lee Willner this week an-
nounced his platform in his cam-
paign for a seat on the Board of
Public Instruction, Group 3.
"I advocate the forming of a
citizens advisory group to the
School Board composed of a num-
ber of persons from each school
whose members will include two
Mrs. S. Weiner. Mrs. Land, who
now resides in Israel, became the
first founder-member of the Home
in 1943 when she contributed $10,-
000 in memory of her husband.
Attending their first meeting as
new Board members were Norman
Babel, Jack Carner. Jack B. Coo-
per. Ben Fleeman. Paul R. Gordon,
Leon B. Jacobs. Mrs. Fred Jonas.
Sam Keywell. Harold Kravitz. A.
J. Paul and Mrs. David Phillips.
parents and a teacher," Willner
said.
He also explained that a student
would be represented from high
schools here. Advocating changes
in the disciplinary system, the Mi-
ami attorney proposes additional
hours in school instead of expul-
sion for delinquent children, a
bond issue for new schools "and
replacement of incompetent and
neurotic teachers by attracting bet-
ter educators to the area through
pay raises."
Willner is a graduate of Shen-
andoah Junior High School, Mi-
ami Senior High School and re-
ceived the BS degree from the
University of South Carolina. He
was eranted the LLB degree from
the University of Miami.
Willner served 42 months as a
midshipman and Marine Corps of-
ficer during World War U and 14
months in the Korean war eight
of them in Korea.
Fascell Promises
Better Harbor Here
Congressional candidate
B. Fascell outlined his campiis,
platform for members of the Is j
ami Beach Elks Lodge last we*]
calling for a strong US. econoaki
attitude in foreign affairs.
"Economic assistance should k]
continued only to those countrial
which use it properly to nab]
themselves independent," said Ik]
37-year-old legislator.
"Our strength as free men all
women depends on the strength i I
free people throughout the work,"]
the candidate .continued, and. de- (
claring his opposition to "sneakiif
into the Indo-China war by the
back door," said he favored an in-,
mediate decision to "let the world j
know the United States' stand."
Fascell promised to secure Fed-
eral assistance for improvement ol
Miami's harbor and port facilities
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"JmistitlarHton
PAGE 9 A
THE ISRAELI SCENE TODAY
By BORIS SMOLAR
j.wish Telegraphic Aaency
ISRAEL IMPRESSIONS: Do the
Vevolutions in Egypt and Syria
spell danger for Israel? This is one
of the many questions I have been
,slied since my return from Israel.
The answer is no, unless the
United States Government suc-
cumbs to the temptation of provid-
ing the Arab countries with arms.
Israels military power is. natural-
ly a military secret. However,
from talks which I had in Israel
with competent men I gained the
impression that Israel is not afraid
of the Arabs now, if only the pres-
ent military equilibrium between
the Jewish State and the neighbor-
ing Arao countries is maintained.
The sending of arms by any of the
Western Powers to any of the Arab
countries will upset this equjli-
brium and will feed the appetite of
certain elements in the Arab coun-
tries to try their hand again in a
war against Israel.
Although the top leaders of the
Israel Government have more than
once stretched out the hand of
peace with the Arab countries, they
do not see such peace in the near
future. It is obvious to them that
since the Arab rulers have not
reacted favorably to their peace of-
fers up to now. there will not be
any favorable reaction for a long
time to come. They are, therefore,
seeking a new modus vivendi for
"coexistence" of Israel and the
Arab States in the Middle East.
And it is in line with this new at-
tempt that Israel presented to the
United Nations the suggestion for
an Israel-Jordan conference.
Whether this conference will
take place, or whether it will be
broken up by Jordan before there
is even agreement on an agenda,
depends on the skill with which
UN Secretary General Dag Ham-
mar.-k.jiild handles the delibera-
tions. In the meantime, Jordan has
not accepted as yet the UN invita-
tion to attend the conferences.
This, as well as the revolts in Egypt
and Syria, can serve as an object
lesson to ilx.>e in.the US Govern-
ment who put their tru
"strong regimes" of Arab dicta-
tors.

THE COLD WAR: Any American
visiting Israel cannot help but no-
tice the "cold war" between Mos-
cow and the United States on the
streets of Tel Aviv. The East-West
"war" is strongly reflected on the
newsstands and in the multitude of
bookstores in the city. Books and
magazines published in the United
States are displayed side by side
with Soviet books and publications.
And all of them can be bought in
Tel Aviv for much less than in the
United States or in Moscow. In this
competition of minds, the United
States has the upper hand over
Russia. Israelis are very eager to
know what is going on behind the
Iron Curtain because many of them
nave relatives there.
But when it comes to reading,
they prefer America. Not only are
American newspapers and maga-
unes sold in large quantities in Is-
rael, but American novels, diction-
**, scientific books and encyclo-
pedias enjoy a good sale there. Es-
pecially popular are the 25c edi-
nons Their colorful covers attract
?e Israelis no less than the read-
er* 'n the United States, and pocket
*k displays in Jerusalem, Tel
P" and Haifa resemble the dis-
J"a>s m American drug stores. The
r)"e,uLofia,ion in Israel '
*m happy over the growing Is-
and "I1."851 in American books
"a publications.
.And the Soviet Ambassador in
"' Aviv is trying to counteract this
P^nomenon by throwing parties
me legation for intellectuals,
lit.d\ mcet Israe"s interested fat
J-ture. The remarkable thing is
u' even Israeli intellectuals
ZT for their nti-Soviet senti-
S"*n are being invited to these
,, And more remarkable Is
.Proac'hrt,tLhat 'Sovirt diplomat, ap-
*h l ant'-Sviet intelleuals
imo thirl! (lesire t0 invited
4rn'Tn Obviouriy, the
act -!!? Moscow is to counter-
"^erican inflow* nong the
even at the price of making friends
with anti-Soviet elements.
The Israelis are both puzzled
and amused by this Soviet ap-
proach, especially since outside of
Israelin the United Nations, for
instance Moscow representatives
do everything they can to display
pro-Arab rather than pro-Israel
sentiment.
*
A M E RICAN INVESTMENTS:
The American investment that
makes the best impression on
Americans visiting Israel is the
paper mill at Hadera, established
by Joseph Mazer, noted New York
Jewish philanthropist. I was fascin-
ated by what I saw in this plant
which, if I am not mistaken, is the
first modern paper-producing fac-
tory in the entire Near East. The
mill saves Israel millions of dollars
by supplying the local newspapers
with newsprint hitherto imported.
It is one of the most flourishing in-
dustrial enterprises in the country.
During the half-hour that I sat in
the office of the manager of this
establishment, I was witness to the
many orders for newsprint and
packing paper that reach him over
the telephone from all parts of the
country.
However, it will take six months
before some o the orders now on
hand are filled. This indicates how
important a gap Mr. Mazer's enter-
prise fills in Israel's industry. An-
other important contribution by
Americansthough not in the field
of industryis the American Zion-
ist House in Tel Aviv. Here Israelis
come to enjoy an evening, some to
listen to lectures, others to dine
and dance. There is a good restau-
rant, a good bar, a fine orchestra
and a fine atmosphere. And the
prices are set so a young Israeli
can take his girl dancing or his
wife dining in a dignified place
without having to spend too much
of his weekly budget.
The ZOA, I was told, is losing
$50,000 a year on the establishment
in order to make it accessible to
people with low income. However,
this is a worthwhile loss. ZOA
House in Tel Aviv creates a great
amount of goodwill for American
Jews among the Israelis. Any Is-
raeli who has ever spent an eve-
ning in ZOA House, leaves it with
the feeling that he enjoyed an eve-
ning in a good American club. This
feeling brings him closer to Amer-
ican Jewry, since he personally
benefitsnot in a charitable way
from an institution established to
serve as a Unk between him and
American Zionists.
Israel Quits UN Mixed Armistice Group;
Hutchinson Declines to Blame Jordan
Continued from Pag* 1 A
would annihilate Israel.
Dwelling on Arab intrigues and
provocations against Israel, Gen.
Dayan pointed out that until the
Arab states' "zero hour" arrives,
the Arab countries are doing every-
thing in their power to weaken Is-
rael. This campaign, he asserted,
includes the Arab attempt to dis-
rupt German reparations payments
to Israel and the economic block-
ade* of the Jewish slate.' '"
In the light of these facts. Gen.
Dayan said, the Israel Army is now
faced with two choices: either to
heard the weapons it has, or to
make a strenuous effort to acquire
modern arms such as the Arab
states already Have. Israel will take
the second source, he declared, and
will make great sacrifices to buy
arms "for the war which the Arabs
would force on us."
Officers of the North Shore Zionist District with Judge George
E. Holt (second from left), of the Dade County Circuit Court and
member of the American Christian Palestine Committee. Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz, North Shore spiritual leader and dis-
trict vice president, Sheldon N. Lelchuk, president, and George
Kronengold discuss the Judge's appearance as speaker at a
"living Israel night" on Sunday evening, 8:15 p.m., in the
North Shore Jewish Center. Greetings will also be extended
by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, member of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction, and Fred Jonas, president of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist District.
Gen. Dayan called on Israel's re
serve officers to pay special atten
tion to the training of some 50.000
immigrant youths now living in
transit camps. He said that the
halting of immigration had meant a
shortage of manpower for the Jew-
ish State. Former Premier David
Ben-Gurion and Defense Minister
Pinchas Lavon were among the
speakers at the rally.
Earlier, speaking at Elath, Israel
port of -the Gulf of Aqaba, which
is celebrating its fifth anniversary,
Gen. Dayan declared that Israel
would not permit the Egyptians to
turn "the open sea (the gulf) into a
closed lake for Israel." Despite the
Egyptian blockade of the gulf, he
said, Elath "would fulfill its des-
tiny and become Israel's gate for
trade with Africa and the South
Asian countries."
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vjmistlhridian
Reparations Funds
To be Employed in
Cultural Programs
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Africa, Australia and the Far East.
The allocations include funds pro-
viding U'pal assistance to about
100,000 individual claimants seek-
ing restitution and indemnification
from West Germany The S9.0OO,-
O0O is the conference share of the
moneys received by Israel to date
under the $822,000,000 Bonn Israel
Reparations Agreement.
The conference unanimously
went on record as satisfied with
West Germany's compliance, so far,
with the terms of her year-old re-
parations pact with Israel. How-
ever, the resolution deplores the
Bonn Government's failure to im-
plement and improve its indemni- j
fication laws and thereby alleviate
the hardships of many thousands
of claimants. The resolution de-
manded that the German Federal
Government correct "without fur-
ther delay" the deficiencies of the
Indemnification Law and called for
the immediate issuance by Bonn of
regulations for its effective imple-
mention.
The program for cultural reha-
bilitation is intended to help fill
the almost irreparable gap left by
the destruction of great Jewish
centers of learning, of schools,
synagogues, libraries, museums
and archives and by the loss of
countless numbers of Jewish lay
and professional leaders which has
robbed Jewish communities
throughout the world of a great
cultural potential.
Addressing the board. Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann. Conference presi-
dent, declared that while "the
physical needs of Nazi victims to-
day are greater than all of the
funds available to the Conference,
a portion of the funds must be
used to restore and reinvigorate
the Jewish values and traditions
the Nazis sought to destroy as re-
lentlessly as they did our people."
"The conference." Dr. Goldmann
said, "is fulfilling in the cultural
sphere a unique and historic func-
tion. It is the first time that Jew-
ish public funds of such dimen-
sions will be devoted, among other
purposes, to create a comprehens-
ive scholarship program designed
to foster Jewish learning."
The program is based on the rec-
ommendations of a group of out-
standing scholars from America
and Europe who constitute a Cul-
tural Advisory Committee, chaired
by Professor Salo W. Baron of
Columbia University, which has
been studying the problem of cul-
tural restoration for over a year. It
will be carried out in cooperation
with established Jewish organiza-
tions in various fields and with
Jewish communities of Europe.
2E^ARCH19.
McCarthy u, Subjecj
Rev Eugene Picke,t
Minister f the F~l1'*3
Church of Miamii '* **m
speaker before the toil ^
ofr"Mrca:Hcu,,urc"sr
of McCarthy. ,he Man. ,h!i
and the Urn." The m^
be held on Sunday, Hard
am. at the Und
School, 1410 Ni; 2nd Aven]
scph L. Teppei will preside, j
public is invited.
Rokeach
KITCHEN SOAP
Taken at a testimonial dinner given by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in honor of Sol S.
Goldstrom, who has been a member of B'nai B'rith for more than 60 years, and Mrs. Goldstrom,
long active in B'nai B'rith projects. Both have just celebrated their 80th birthday. Left to right
are Michael Sossin, Gilbert J. Balkin. Lodge president, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstrom and Harold
Shapiro, Mayor of Miami Beach.
Screen. TV Stars 1 rae CJA Help
Hollywood movie stars have
joined forces with Greater Miami
Combined Jewish Appeal workers
in the dramatic one-day drive on
Sunday. April 4th
Radio appeals urging support of
the life-saving and life-building
fund drive will be heard over five |
radio stations during "Dedication
Week." Mar. 28 to Apr. 4. accord-
Chest Workers
Fete Victory
Biscayne Terrace Hotel's roof
garden was the site last week for
a celebration by some 200 Commu-
nity Chest leaders and volunteer
workers who turned out to mark
the success of the 1954 campaign.
Red Feather supporters heard
President J. H. Brook report the
campaign had raised $1,142,448 un-
der the leadership of John B. Turn-
er to top its goal of $1,141,000 for
an 8.7 percent increase over last
year.
Brock. Turner and Mrs. F. F. Rav-
lin, chairman of the metropolitan
division, received special awards
presented by Leonard L. Abess,
president of the Chest In 1951.
whose work started the Chest on
the road to its fourth straight suc-
cessful year.
Among those elected for a two-
vear term were Mrs. Polly Davis,
Samuel Friedland. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Dr. Kurt Peiser and
Eugene Schwarz.
ing to an announcement by Carl
Weinkle. Dedication Week chair-
man.
Spot radio announcements will
be made by Bing Crosby, Edward
G. Robinson, Jane Wyman. Tony
Curtis. Jeff Chandler. Joel McCrea,
Robert Cummings. Piper Laurie
and Rock Hudson. The radio pro-
grams are under the personal
supervision of Himan Brown, the-
atrical producer.
Spot announcements regarding
M-Day will be carried by local tele-
vision station WTVJ, and a film
presentation concerning the growth
and resettlement in Israel is sched-
uled for presentation during Dedi-
cation Week. Announcement of
time and date of the film showing
will be made shortly.
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irfside Elections
^rd poll of 827 balloU was
'JJS last week's Surfside elec-
which saw four-year terms on
Frown Council go to Leo Rose.
'nd Samuel Rabin. A two-year
was accorded to incumbent
L,s p. Wendler.
C i., an attorney here. A news-
*!Publisher. Wendler was Surf-
L- vice mayor. Rabin is an ad-
Ling executive. He received
I votes behind Rose's 443 score
Iwin runnerup position. Wend-
was third in a field of six
didates, with 388.
he campaign was marked by a
lies of vicious personal attacks
Unsigned literature mailed to
rs Mimeographed notes were
L to residents saying: "Dont
for Uiat Jew Kike Sammy
w*e- ies in Surfside. /s/ Savers of
avid D. Pollack, a builder and
only other incumbent seeking
lection, received 350 votes, plac-
fourth. Charles E. Poyer, a
estate operator, received 327
es, and Robert Mendelson, a
srnan, trailed with 301.
oldover councilmen, with an-
er two years to serve, include
a Boehrer, present mayor, and
lene Schwarz.
INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER
"How Does the Combined Jewish
Appeal Help Service Our Commu-
nity?"
Mrs. Henry Seitlln, 327 Jefferson
Ayenue, Miami Beach, housewife:
'The wonder-
ful thing that
the C omhined
Jewish A p peal
does is that il
brings all out
people togethei
to co ncentratt
on the needs ot
our people ev
erywher e an
right here in Mi
ami. What did'
we have before
Mount Sinai Hos-
pital? Nothing. Now with the cre-
ation of a great hospital we have
an institution tost takes care of
allpoor or rich and people of
every race, creed or color. I could
talk about every local agency and
what they have done for our chil-
dren and our families. Now,
through the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, our people are being helped
everywhere."
fcWchlow, 1911 SW
semi-retired:
Obltnarl
e s
is survived by ii m,n, Max. of
loik; two daughters, Mis. Mar
Slal.lcr. Miami, ami Mrs. Ituhv
New York, a sister, Mrs. I{< I..,
to
and
LENA TOMBER
T, of 260 KuclUI At......., died Satur-
day i a local hospital, she came
.Miami from Indiana :'n years ago
survived b> a son, 'Max, <.r Ne
argarlte
" y Aln,
. Keba Ben-
"arta, Miami Beach; and a brother.
Services were on b'unday, 12 noon, at
Miami Beach Riverside, with Inter-
nes! In South Bend, Indiana
Mr*. Seirlin
Mr. Joseph
2nd Street,
laxintl House
[pads in Cotiee
|One of the greatest in consum-
habits noted by food experts
recent years as the dramatic
in popularity of instant cof-
es, of which Instant Maxwell
Duse is one of the leading brands.
commentators point out, the
greased price of regular coffees
a lot to do with getting peo-
: to try the more economical fa-
ints. But the instants had to be
od in order to get people to buy
am and again.
[Among Jewish people, of course,
istant Maxwell House was the
irliest and now one of the great-
(avorito. This may be explain-
by Instant Maxwell House's ap-
hciation of Jewish dietary prefer-
nces and Murrtlpi'pifflgnat here
las "pun- dVfVPMMlvt for the
abbath," sa^iyiprxMJHlg was re-
uired. Titus, InsTatfT Maxwell
louse was widely introduced in
Jewish homes as "The Sabbath
offee," but its famous "Good-tb-
he-Last-Drop" flavor rapidly ex-
anded its use to every day enjoy-
hent in the Jewish home.S.T.
years aK<
Rebecca.
ALBERT STEIN
. of :,7u s\v th Street, died at
home on Saturday. He was a retired
manager of a taalcab company and
caniealrom Newark, New Jersey, six
He l bui vlved bj his wife.
three anus, Martin, of Mi-
ami. Sidney. Linden, Now Jemcy. and
Herman. 'UftWIi Xfew Jersey: three
daiiRhterx, Mrs. I.lfllan Rlaven. Mi-
ami. Mrs. Ethel Knatt, West Palm
Beach, and Mrs. Evelyn I.ukas. Rock-
away, New Jersey; and a sister, Mrs.
Tlllle Wellen, llrooklyn. New York.
Services were on Monday at Gordon's
Miami Chapel, with Interment In
Mount Nebo (".m.iiry.
PEARL WILENSKY
.->. of Toledo. Ohio, died on Saturday.
March tpth. Cordon's Miami Chapel
waa In charge of local arrangements.
PAGE 11 A
Florida's Growth Record Reported in
F.P.&L. Publication Issued Here
JENNIE HOROWITZ
71. of 860 Collins Avenue, died on Sat-
urday. March 20th. (lordon'a Miami
Chanel waa in charge of local ar-
rangements.
Mech/ow
:iety Meets Friday
Members of the Dynamic Psy-
hological Society of Greater Mi-
ni will meet Friday evening,
arch 26th. 8 p.m., at the home
Mrs. B. Hirsch, 3110 SW 21st
Rreet, at 8 p.m. Psychosomatic
nedicine will be discussed by Dr.
> Moss. H. Hutner will direct a
llass in dramatics.
Mm. Ummk
Opens Headquarters
Former Circuit Judge J. Fritz
Gordon has opened headquarters
P 136 NE 1st Street, Miami, for
pis campaign to the election of
piiice. Suzanne Roundtree is in
part*.
Gordon, who has seen 18 months
Pi service as a circuit judge and
ms experience as an associate jus-
C** circuit judge and has ex-
K**!*e an associate justice of
jw Honda Supreme Court, has
^n resident and practicing at-
mey in Miami for 30 yean.
J^EOAL NOTICE
"OTICE UNDER FICTITIOU
*onrE *-M^ LAW
lilVEN that
Ill""lns2^^?ln''', >l'-lna: to engage In
l8T*H? u &VEKTMLATVE ''" KWl-ITA.
'Ri ,KNT r<->. "t 118 N.E
Bt Intends t r
Owner
I'""* o, hVM|,-NT CO., at ill
Inaaaaa. ii.u"!L,'nd" lo rcclster aald
l'"W o7 ill1" nerk *he Circuit
OBniL' .";.' ol">ty. Florida.
|ij51!T?/;V.VkY -'"'ki>man.
N0T,CE UNoi* riCTITIOUS
he UM,J^ '''^HKI'V C.IVKN that
^Wiea. Si d> d""lrlng to engage in
!:'iA'hK"IA IIAR, at
,^, ""* Lountv. Florida
J*mlr 4 ._Rat*ioni> rvEs
name of
2337 8.W.
raalater aald
nt the Clreuit

To help the
dy and to sup-
xrt tHe worthy
ind to preserve
iur integrity. In
irder to adhere
this principle,
he Com bined
lewish A p peal
helps not only Is-
ael and many
n a t ional agen-
cies, but our own
local institutions
as well, such as
the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and the other four
local welfare agencies. Without the
help of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal they could not exist."
Mrs. Fred Blank, 1115 NE 133rd
Street, North Miami, housewife:
"The Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal
has helped t<
serve our com
munity in so verj
many ways, it i
Post difficult t<.
y just what ill
most important.
To me pne of th.
great aspects i.'
the support of or
ganizations such
as the Joint De-
fense Appeal to
combat the cancer of Anti-Semit-
ism and promote internal group
harmony.
Nelson S. Chaplin. 2535 SW 31st
Avenue, businessman:
"The Combined
lewish A p p eal
lays an urgent
ole in our local
ffairs as for in-
providing
for the
for the
Some of
iur elders most
ertainly need
lot only this kind
of financial as-
siBtance, but,
more important,
the comforts and attention that
only such an institution can pro-
ride. Of direct benefit to the pub-
lic in general is the tendency to
reduce taxes, and the relief to
those who" should be but are un-
able to care for and assist their
own aged."
Arthritis Chapter Schedules
Luncheon at Women's Club
Luncheon and entertainment will
be held by the South Florida Chap
ter, American Arthritis nd Rheu-
matism Foundation,' on Thursday,
April 1st, 12.30 p.m., at the Miami
Women's Club.
Proceeds of the affair are slated
lor the foundation, according to
Mrs. Elaine Greenfiefe. chairman.
Assisting are the Mesdames Rose
Pertea, Lane Hepa** and Margaret
Hovey. Entertainment will include
Urry Blue, accordionist and song
atyiiat, and Thory Fay Bennkkie
at the vibraphone.
JOSEPH FORSTER
77, of the Jewish Home for the Aged1,
Sassed away In a local hlspltal on
larch 15th. He Is survived by his
son, Irving, anil six grandchildren.
S'-i \ I.,-* were on March 17th at the
Miami Kl\eride. with Interment in
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
FRANCES WICKNER
2, of 155 SW ;ilst Avenue, died on
March 15th In a local hospital. She
Is survived by her husband, Louis;
and two sisters. Mrs. Sclma Ilium and
Mrs. Helen Michnelson. Services were
on March 17th at the Miami Riverside.
With Interment In Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery.
GILBERT ORAN
47, of 3925 Waal rlsfler Street, died
on March 15th at home. He la sur-
n ..il by his (fife, Sarah; one son.
Marshall; three brothers. Morris,
Arthur and Arnold; and four sisters,
Minnie Bennett, Rita Rachlln. Tlllle
I'erkins'and Alice Simmons. Services
were on March l>
Riverside, with interment in Star of
David Cemeti ry.
HARRY SCHNEIDER
S3, of till SW Hih itraet, died on
March ISth. He is survived by his
wife lleva: three sons. Reuben, Isi-
dore and Abraham: and four dauah-
tera, Barah Qoldbard, Ethel Jayets,
.la.'Klc Price and Oeraldlne. Services
iv. i. on March ttth at the Miami
r.ivirsid.-. with interment in Mount
N.I,., Cemetery.
HENRY ZATLOW
S3, of irtl roiiins Avenue, died on
March ISth S. i-vie. s were on March
IMh at Miami liea.-h Rlveraide nap-
el, with interment in Mount hinal
Cemetery. ^^^^^
MORDECAI KATZ
68. of 33" 71th Street, well known
Jewish writer formerly *,"r0JgW
New York, died on March ISth. Serv
Ices iverc on Sunday at Miami
Wv-erttaW with Interment in
*HMl| +^oetery;_______
BERTHOLD M. EIDLIN
Of 4730 Pine Tree Drive, formerly of
Rochester. New fork, died here He
s survived by his wife. r>ances; fath-
,ael Eldlin; and brothers Euh-
Keach
Mount
of Rochester.
er. Michael...
^vlrr'vr^TtiieMialni
RWerslde on Monday, with Interment
In Mount Nebo Cemetery. ^
MARY SCHWARTZ
9. of J585 Collins Avenue, died on
Thursdav. March ISth. Cordon s Ml-
ltea -h Funeral Chapel was In
Florida's fabulous postwar rec-
ord of growing "faster and more
steadily than any other state" is
being broadcast to the nation this
week in the 28tb annual report of
the Florida Power & Light Co.
"We're growing more than twice
as fast as the rest of the nation
and the end is not in sight." Presi-
dent McGregor Smith said in the
report now being mailed to more
than 35,000 FP&L stockholders, in
vestors and banking institutions all
over the country.
Titled "Fabulous Florida" and
lavishly illustrated with beach,
field, factory and grove scenes, it
looks more like a popular picture
magazine than the usual corpora-
tion annual report.
Keyed to FP&L's year-round pro-
gram of boosting Florida, partic-
ularly in investment circles, the re-
port includes as much information
about Florida as it does about Flor-
ida Power & Light.
Informing northern investment
and financial circles about Flor-
ida's stable situation and bright fu-
ture helps the company in more
ways than one. It must finance its
huge expansion programcurrent-
ly in the third year of a 10-year,
$332,000,000 program through
multi-million dollar security issues.
"Incidentally, this campaign ben-
efits all Florida enterprises seeking
investment capital," Smith added.
"It also strengthens the credit of
Florida cities when they approach
northern financial circles to mar-
ket bond issues for municipal im-
provements."
In citing that "no state is grow-
ing as steadily as Florida," the re-
port points out that for 90 years
its population has about doubled
every 20 years, that from 1940 to
1950 it climbed 48 per cent, but
that latest US Census figures show
the 10-year growth rate has now
jumped to 72 per cent.
Florida now produces more than
half of the country's citrus, accord-
ing to the report, and has vast vege-
table fields but, even so, the
value of the products made by its
manufacturing industry exceeds
the annual income from agricul-
ture.
The company's own figures help
reflect how Florida is outstripping
the rest of the nation in rate of
growth through its depression-re-
sistant, year-around tourist indus-
try backed by an expanding manu-
faturing empire.
Over the past eight years, FP&L
statistics show: Plant capability has
been increased 215 per cent against
83 per cent for the nation; custom-
ers have increased 121 per cent,
compared to 47 per ent for the
country as a whole; electric sales
are up 199 per cent, compared with
97 per cent for the nation.
An 80,000 kilowatt unit being de-
signed for the Palatka plant in 1958
will bring the system capability to
957,000 kilowatts, nearly five times
its VJ Day rating, the annual re-
port points out.
The company gained 38,806 new
port shows, to bring its total cus-
customers during the year, the re-
tainer roH to 452,442. Adding to the
demand for new generating units
was the fact that the 1953 average
residential customer used 2.762
kilowatt hours, 48 per cent more
than the 1947 average.
This increase is mainly due to
the wider use of modern electrical
aids to comfortable living, FPItL of-
ficials explained.
Winer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Wilbur
A. Winer, formerly of 1525 Euclid
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place' Sunday, March 28, at 12:30
p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
Mr. Winer is survived by his wife,
Connie, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell Winer, and one brother, Har-
old. Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Frank Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Maurice
C. Frank, formerly of 855 Jeffer-
son Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, March 28th, 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Joseph Narot officiating. Mr. Frank
is survived by his wife, Sarah, two
sons. Dr. Lester H. Frank and
David A. Frank, and four grand-
children: Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
ami
tance
unds
fome
vged.
Cfcapfb
chaise of 1,H*' arransements.
________JACK SUROraKY __ --
53. of 810 13th Street, Miami Bmich.
died on Wednesday, March l.th. Mi-
ami Reach Riverside Chapel was in
charge of local arrangements.
C. A. SOLOMON
87 of 220 Rivo Alto Drive,
March Mat She came here
ago from Syracuse, New 1
|s survived by a daughter. Mrs. Sall>
Suaet, Miami Beach, and two grand-
,Children. Beach Memorial Chapel was
In charge of arrangements
ter men t taking place in
died on
17 years
York, and
with ln-
Syracuse.
PEARL .TRUPPMAN
84. of 424 Camilo. Coral J.ables. died
Sunday, she came here six years ago
rom Minneapolis and is l\****
her husband. Isidore; a son. >"
two brothers and two sisters. .Seruits
Irere on Monday In Cordon s Miami
Chapel, with burial In Mount Nebo
Cemetery-_______
NATHAN CITRON
77. of S346 SW 21th Wreet. who came
here six years ago from New TorR.
died Sunday m a local hospital. A,
retiredT salesman, he leave, two son.
David and lp-ing. of New- lor* and
4a*4*ter, Mrs. Esther Cronick. Ml-
uiiit Miami Mtm Riverside was In
charge of" irrangementt. with burial,
in New York.
her nuanann. j.^k"; ---v.-- i~ir
tCn7r"C ftchnmnd!
^St^gl^andc>..dren. Services were
on Monday at Gordon M lmi Lhape^
with interment in Mount Wnai ceme
wry. ^_^__________________
Mrs. Levine is Guest
Mrs Naomi Levine, national exe-
cutive director of the Women s
Division of the American Jewish
Congress was gueat speaker at the
regular meeting of the Miami
Chapter on Wednesday at Beth El
Congregation. Mn. M. Fay, chair-
man of the Nominating Committee
presented the state of officers to
be voted on for the coming yet
Minskoff Unveiling
The dediation of a monument to
the memory of the late Saul Mins-
koff, formerly of 4000 Collins Av-
enue, Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, March 28th, 2 p.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiat-
ing. Mr. Minskoff is survived by a
son, Emanuel of Washington, D.C.;
two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Schiff
and MrS. Helen Torrance, both of
Miami Bpach; three brothers,
Nathan, Paul and Max, all of New
York; and one sister, Mrs. Esther
Hendler, of California. Mr. Mins-
koff WM > member of Congrega-
tion B*th El and the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Arrangements are
m chargte df Palmer's Miami Monu-
mea*"Com|fcjny. Friends and rela-
tives are asked te attend.
Stern Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Henry
Stern, formerly of 1952 Fillmore
Street, Hollywood, Fla., will take
place Sunday, March 28th, 11 am.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Lazarus Lerer of Temple Beth Sho-
lem of Hollywood officiating. Mr.
Stern is survived by his wife Pearl;
two daughters, Mrs. Rhoda Chet-
lom and Mrs. Erma Hoffheims; and
a son, Sam Stern of Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Stern was a member of the
Temple Beth Sholom of Hollywood.
Arrangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Health, Physical Education
Committee Meeting Duo
A meeting of the Health and
Physical Education Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Brarufta, will be
held on Wednesday evening,
March 31st, at 8:30 p.m., it is an-
nounced by Ted Kaplan, chairman.
Members of the committee are
Ted Kaplan, chairman, Bofe and
June Wollman, Terri Meyers, Hank
Kaplan, Phil Kaplan, Stu Winston,
Al Kahn. Lou Mendelow, Sid Platt
and Walt Rawlson. ^^^^
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Jli^wiislbJEIliDipidliigun
U FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1954
SEC. B
faumann Grooms Self as
Germany's Next Fuehrer
Iften say that one live Ger-
fj, more effective than ten
lead ones."
Is remark by Dr. Werner
bnn, the Nazi bigwig who was
distant to propaganda chief
|h Goebbels. is meant as a
7 Naumann believes he is
live German" dynamic,
politics-wise. The "half-
lories." to his mind, are the
leling. unspectacular leaders
lermany'i neo-Nazi splinter
Is. Naumann dismisses them
lllards and fumblers. If and
"Germany gets its next fueh-
Naumann is that man he
Irner Naumann has trod a devi-
olitical path. He barely es-
. punishment as a war crinj-
1 He was in the chancellory
j>r with Hitler during the d^C-
ls last hours, escaping U)
kern Germany where, under an
tied name, he worked as a
Haver until 1950. The shigjnAi
leal tides have made it jjaj-*
[for him in 'A" back to politick-
r several years a cautious Nau-
j succeeded in keeping himself
in in the background, avoid-
fublic notice He plotted quiet-
rid methodically, contacting
fazi leaders and reknitting old
widespread acquaintances
Ihis days as undersecretary of
bganda. He kept in touch with
fer Wehrmacht officers. He
Ispondcd with friends and
lathizers abroad among
British fascist Sir Oswald
ly and his Belgian counter-
! Leon Degrelle.
en. with dramatic suddenness,
\h zone authorities, a year ago
Imonth. swooped down on his
It movement in Duesseldorf
Hamburg, seizing Naumann
pix co-conspirators, along with
'rates of incriminating docu-
The arrest caused a sensa-
I and made worldwide head-
Few persons had been aware
p Naumann group. It had op-
completely underground,
|ning the more blatant neo-
I political parties. The group
[considered particularly dan-
us because it appeared to be
first postwar Nazi group with
p. Members of the ring were
[to have hidden their subver-
activities behind a smoke-
>n of commercial transactions
In enabled them to travel wide-
n Germany and sometimes
ad. (After the British smoked
|out, Naumann showed an evi-
relish for the spotlight,
hptly he made himself avail-
tor press conferences on a
' basis, i
Htish Foreign Secretary An-
|y Eden told the House of Com-
F that Naumann's plan was to
IGerman parliamentary democ-
soon as possible. This was
, accmplished by the conspir-
IPermeating all branches of so-
| seeking by degrees to trans-
T certain of the existing parties
I'^anizations into National So-
!' groups."
Jumann evidently had succeed-
in infiltrating the Free Demo-
te party. s(,cond largest Jn the
government. He had access
W party's secret files,
ii lirst Germans were skeptical
T*harg(.v Thejr ee,.n JJ
PM by one Bonn official
lmmn(\kWa"ow does not make
IcvTr"', ""v a"'tude changed,
aer they had a chance
L p,n>' ,h' secret documents.
huncellor Adenauer admit-
\* concern and Dr. Thomas
me Minister of Justice,
id ,nce convinced him
luZ "n had cast "spider's
pevery right wing organ-
Ihe U Gerrr"any."
1 Bonn" rh handed Naumann to
0 Government for prose-
cution, but he was subsequently
released, although kept under
close surveillance. This didn't halt
his efforts to capitalize on the no-
toriety of his arrest. The ultra-
nationalistic German Reich Party
chose him as candidate Tor the
fegflestag from Lower Saxony.
Like Hitler in the twenties, Nau-
mann too^to the beer-halls to dis-
play his opitorical fireworks. In
Hanover, .a thousand admirers
downed my kegs of beer while
listening ly him develop the "new"
gospel, nraumann's audiences ap-
plauded vigorously when he stress-
ed the theme that Nazi Germany
had been a bulwark against bolshe-
vism "Without the year 1933 (the
yx-ar Hitler seized power) Europe
would have been bolshevized long
.ago." Naumann told them. He was
making so much political headway
thai a disturbed German govern-
ent finally cracked down on him.
scause he had no denazification
certificate he was ruled a "Cate-
^d)Ey Two Nazi." This deprived
him of his civil rights and barred
him from engaging in any form of
political activity. He was declared
ineligible for public office and de-
nied the right to vote. AU of which
has neither frightened Naumann
into retreat nor destroyed his ap-
peal among right-wing Germans.
Today, Naumann believes his
political star is again on the rise.
Der tag, he feels, may not be to-
morrow but soon. Naumann is
a practical politician he has no
illusions that a return to power
will be easy. But he is not dismay-
ed. He's young, only 43; there's
plenty of time he feels.
At the moment, Naumann is
chafing under the restrictions im-
posed by West German authorities.
He worries that the British will
swoop down on him again. He
wants to campaign openly. "My ar-
rest helped me more than it hurt
me," he says. "I was able to see
who my real friends are, those who
stick with me."
After years of petty intrigue and
jockeying for power, Germany's
Continued on Pag* 3 B
Fast attaining the rank of a key hard currency corner for Israel
in the battle to achieve economic independence is the young
republic's expanding textile industry which has reached a new
peak with the export of men's and women's clothing to a dozen
European markets. A youthful Israeli models one of the in-
dustry's products now competing successfully in the fashion
centers of the world.
Taken Into Custody and Detained by Authorities:
Israelis on British Airline are Stopped in Baghdad
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
This week I am going to tell you
a story not an ordinary one but
a rousing adventure yarn, packed
with action and suspense, and set
in an exotic foreign capital, cele-
brated in fiction for centuries as a
site of intrigue and excitement.
But this story is a present-day one
and unlike most adventure stories
it has a moral.
U all started a few weeks ago.
on January 3rd, when a British
civil aircraft enroute from Nicosia-
Cyprus, to Teheran, Iran, made an
emergency landing in Baghdad.
There were three Israelis aboard
the plane. Two of them were wom-
en. One. in addition to her Israeli
passport, was also in possession of
a Dutch passport.
All three were taken into cus-
tody and detained. They are still
in detention. No information has
been vouchsafed by the Iraqi Gov-
ernment as to their welfare or
whereabouts. No questions regard-
ing these three abducted Israelis
have been answered by the Iraquis.
A strange, stony silence has
greeted quexio made by the Secre-
tary-General iff the United Nations,
the International Red Cross and the
International Civil Aviation Organ-
ization. The only statement made
at all runs somewhat as follows:
the three Israelis are citizens of
an "enemy" country and anyhow a
number of Iraqis are held prisoner
in Israel and have been incarcer-
ated there for the past five years,
so this kidnapping is quite justi
fiable.
What are the facts?
1. There are no Iraqis held in
Israel. All questions relating to
Israeli or Arab prisoners of war
were settled over five years ago.
2. The Government of Israel
has always (with not a single ex-
ample to the contrary) permitted
to proceed on their journeys under
similar circumstances.
3. The captain of the British
plane raised no objection to the
Israelis being forcibly removed
from his aircraft nor did the
British Embassy, which insisted
that the plane itself be released,
make any kind of Issue about the
release of all the passengers.
4. The arrest and detention of
passengers in transit is a flagrant
defiance of international proce-
dure and a gesture so bold that
the Government of Iraq would
surely have hesitated to make it
had there been the slightest fear
of any really serious protest by
the U.N., the U.S. or the British
Government.
The entire episode which reads
like a "stranger-than-fiction" chap-
ter of a wartime novel seems to
have aroused no great clamor of
indignation anywhere but in Israel.
There, the brazen abduction of
three people, nationals of a sover-
eign state, has been taken serious-
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+ bi Dr. Arzt Will be Principal Speaker at
Dinner Honoring Fruchtman on April 7th
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of; tor of field service and activities.
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, will be principal speak-
er at the April 7th testimonial din-
ner to Charles H. Fruchtman at
a post to which he was named in
1939.
A former president of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America. Dr.
nouncement of Dr. Arzt's accept-
ance was made by Samuel Fried-
land, David Levinson and Joseph
Rose, co-chairmen of the function.
Dr. Arzt has served as vice chan-
cellor since 1951. Prior to his ap-
pointment he had served asjJirec-
Dr. Mukdoni to Conclude
Yiddish Forum Winter Series
Der Yiddisher Forum will pre-
sent Dr. Alexander Mukdoni at its
meeting on Saturday evening
March 27th, 8:15 p.m., at Knesseth
Israel Congregation.
Dr. Mukdoni will discuss "New
Masters of Prose in Yiddish Liter
ature." Included in the critic's
analysis will be Nissen Brusilow.
Yehuda Elberg and Yeshayah
Spiegel.
The talk will be illustrated with
readings by Beryl Morrison. This
is the last function of the season
ior Der Yiddisher Forum, an ac-1
tivity sponsored by the Greater Mi
ami Committee of YrVO, Yiddish
Scientific Institute.
the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel. An] Arzt is a past vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America and
at the present time is a member of
its administrative committee. He
is a member of the Executive Coun-
cil of the New York Board of Rab-
bis.
Dr. Arzt was chairman of the
Joint Prayer Commission of the
United Synagogue and the Rabbin-
ical Assembly and now is a mem-
ber of that committee He recently
was appointed Associate of the
Seminar on Religion at Columbia
l mversity.
From 1931 to 1924. he served as
Rabbi of Temple Beth El. Stam
ford, Connecticut In 1924. he be-
came Rabbi of Temple Israel in
Scranton, Pennsylvania. During
his 15-year tenure there, he was
president of the Council of Social
Agencies and served on the Execu-
tive Council of the Scranton Com-
munity Chest.
Dr. Arzt is the author of Tal-
mudic researches which appeared
in the Jubilee Volumes published
in honor of Professor Alexander
Marx and Professor Mordecai M.
KaDlan
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. report-
' ed Wednesday that "the recogni-
tion which is being given Charles
Fruchtman by the Seminary is in
reality a tribute from the entire
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami. Mr. Fruchtman has not con-
i fined his activities to any single
; cause, but has given of his time
and efforts generously to numer
ous activities."
Or. Mai Ant
Academy Women to Note
Appearance of Journal
Hebrew Academy Women will
hold their annual victory dinner
dance OB Saturday evening. March
27th. at the Hibiscus Auditorium.
Pin and Chip" awards will be
made to Journal workers for their
achievement The Annual Pictor-
ial Journal will make its appear-
ance and be distributed during the
tvening ceremonies.
Mrs. Irving Firtel is chairman
"f the affair. insisted by Mrs. Jerry
Sussman. co-chairman, and Mr-
Sidney Rubinowitz. president of
the Hebrew Academy Women.
There will be a community sing
>nd dancing to the music of Jack
bonnet's orchestra
Plans are Advanced
Louis Gadon. president of the
Hebrew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami, this week announc-
ed advanced plans for the group's
annual banquet at the Sterling Ho-
tel on Sunday evening. April 4th.
8 p.m.. at the Sterling Hotel. He
said that tickets for the aflair are
still available here.
Sholom Aleichem
To be Di*emHtu>d
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Jacob will hear about the life and
times of Sholom Aleichem at a
meeting Wednesday evening.
March 31st. 8:30 p.m.. at the social
hall. 311 Washington Avenue.
Ethel Levin, of Miami Beach and
Portchester. will present the re-
view, including in her presenta-
tion reading in the original Yid-
dish from the humorist's most pop-
ular stories.
Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president,
will report on the recent party
sponsored by the Sisterhood, pro-
ceeds from which were turned over
to the congregation for the main-
tenance of the religious school.
Refreshments will be served by
a hostess committee including the
Mesdames Pauline Chill. Aaron
Weingarten, Leo Meyer, Jack
Wucher, M. B. Frank, Rose Zeil-
inger and Rose Hayes.
Ilu rau Contest
I nds April 251 h
Announcement has been made of
the annual essay contest by Max
Meisel. president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. The contest of-
fers special prises to the best es-
say in each school and a special
award to the winner of the Greater
Miami contest.
This year, the contest will also
include an art award for the best
Pictorial mao drawn of the State
of Israel. The contest will termi-
nate before April 29th so that the
winning essay can be published and
the best maps exhibited in time
for Israeli Independence Day which
occurs on May 8, 1954. The contest
is open to all students of the Jew-
ish schools from fifth grade and
up.
Subiect of this year's essay is,
"What Does the State of Israel
Mean to me?" Rules of the pic-
torial map contest call for a map
in color showing the boundaries in
Israel, mountains," Vivers, chief
cities and colonies, 'products, in-
dustries and historical scenes, all
visualized in drawings. Awards
will be announced shortly.
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utd from Page 1 B
is have just about
Vcrnir Naumann as the
ajer lor their fringe
e nominal bosses of
ale splinlcr croups, in
J newspaper correspond-
frfrnnwledgeu that Nau-
Irsnnality. prestige and
his dedication to the
I him an ideal choice
is a hardened oppor-
boled by that arch liar
! Herr Goebbels. He is
bud of his past activity
Ii propaganda ministry
ays, gave him excellent
dealing with present-
ing. He is the tense,
Beer type although in
he bears a superficial
to his ex-boss, Goeb-
nanner is forceful. He
oke or drink. He dress-
Itively and meticulously"
| himself on a scholarly
conducts a profitable
brt business in partner-
ea Lucht, widow of an
in the propaganda
heir establishment in
combining home and
hcludes two small brick
rounded by a high wire
fa sign at the entrance
fytes!" (Only rarely does
visit his wife and four
}ho live in Stuttgart.) He
: precautions in meeting
jsitors. proposing to "sen-
fends that such meetings
in the American zone.
i's realism rejects any
Motions of Germany re-
i our life-time" to world
he does envision a
cupying the dominant
ope. For that purpose
is important for Ger-
neeessarily a demo-
nany but his kind of
to throw in its lot
Vest.
i friend: "I am convinc-
I best hope for Germany
[ourselves inside out for
(Cipal creditor (United
make an alliance with
eat power, rather than
lat pauper like Italy."
[some far-fetched hope
ouble with the British
the United States "to
Americans that if we
I power we would be their
p and work against the
contaminated govern-
Europe."
Jvement has "few con-
he United States and not
| Britain, says Naumann.
aims a "vast number of
France and Belgium.
isands of people who col-
l*ith us Nazis were so
1 treated afterwards that
ur friends for life," he
only wait for the day
0 power."
pn insists he will have
l*ith former Nazis whd
Policy of collaboration
"-'Viet Union. Some of
* Nazi pals have taken
"> money, others have
over the border. Nau-
1e wants no part of
PAGE 3 E
Nude does not
square
William Edelstein (left) announces a project to cover prospects
in all downtown office buildings as trade leaders meet with
General Chairman Sam I. Heiman (second from left). Other
group leaders are Artie Kravitz, retail stores; Leo Ackerman,
insurance; and Bill Weintraub, retail stores.
handled by Germany's leaders.
When the story of the Naumann
conspiracy broke, editorial reaction
j abroad was sharp and prompt. One
i American correspondent wrote:
"Hitler's rise to power could have
been stopped at any time had the
Other political leaders in Germany
been willing to.get together and
jajgpfeim,, 'I hey didnX The action
fgamsi today's nco-Nazia i>- to step
bit snakes while they are little
Makes. The hope is that (this per-
iod) will not be recorded compar-
ably to 20 years ago when a middle-
sized snake was allowed by default
to become a monster serpent over-
night."
with all the facts surrounding his
arrest last year. An official British
announcement at that time said
he and his group were "principally
concerned with the propagation of
anti-western views and policies."
Their conspiracy was reported to
have had links in Communist East
Germany and "possibly Moscow
itself."
Thus, typical of the power-hun-
gry politician. Werner Naumann
can be all things to all men. The
man who worked hand-in-hand
Sth Goebbels to develop the most
Famous anti-Semitic propaganda
drive in history now asserts that,
in fact, he opposed Julius Streich-
ec's program of exterminating
Jevrs. There is no public record
of this.
For the moment, Naumann es-
chews anti-Semitism, considering
it of dubious political value at a
time when the neo-Nazi movement
must tread carefully to avoid the
wrath and political sanctions of
both the Bonn Government and oc-
cupation authorities.
There is, perhaps, an insight to
his personal attitude toward Jews
in these statements which he has
made to intimates:
There was always social anti-
Jewish feeling in upper circles
in Germany. My father was a
judge. We had a Jewish doctor
for the family and my father
was in daily contact with Jews
in the court. But he never
thought to bring them home.
That snobbish sentiment is still
there, plus the impact of 10 years
of Hitler's anti-Semitic propa-
ganda. Jews whose families were
victims of Hitler's policy have
understandable grounds to hate
us as long as they live.
Despite his air of sophistication,
Naumann is unable to divorce him-
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canards. For example:
I feel that Jews shaped the
Morgenthau policy, and that this
has done great harm to us. I
believe that Jewish influence is
mainly responsible for the Unit-
ed States' continuing to keep sev-
eral hundred Nazis jailed at
Landsburg. Also, I am informed
that over 60 percent of the cap-
ital in New York City is Jewish.
Naturally, I hope that this dom-
inant Jewish Influence will not
continue.
But Naumann does not go along
"with the nonsense of a world
Jewish conspiracy such as Frau
Ludendorf's, with her fantastic no-
tions about the Sanhedrin and
mystic masonic interlockings domi-
nating the world."
Naumann maintains that if he
were free to campaign politically,
he wonTd* quickly show at least 10
percent of the vote within a
year, 20 percent. He says that the
older Germans many of them
former Nazi party members are
awaiting a leader with a dynamic
program. He is confident of sup-
port from some of the former Hit-
ler youth, who are now of fighting
age, and from many of the old SS-
Waffen men.
Is Werner Naumttm a threat to
a German democracy? The answer
probably lies in the way he is
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Weinstein, vice president; Renee
I.ipson, corresponding secretary;
Stan Licht, recording secretary;
and Don Roberts, treasurer.
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ADL Film Branded "Pink"; Leaders
Charge Attack as Unwarranted
RED BANK. New JerseyAn attempt to brand an Anti-Defama-
tion League film as "pink" collapsed here last week.
The past commander of a local Catholic War Veterans post w. n-
drew his protests directed at "The High Wall." a prue-winning film
on intergroup tensions and prejudice, and apologized to the commu
nity for his "erroneous" informa-1
tion after the League castigated! ffem Jferanj -chools by hunting for
his charge as "hysteria and know aueged Communist^ in the school
nothingism beyond belief." | -j-rfraW "
The state department of educa McBrides earlier charge, which
tion and religious and civic groupt caused a local paveir te.ichers
rushed to the defense of the j group to cancel a scheduled show-
popular SO-minute film. mg 0f the film, m protected by
The retraction followed a meet Nelson V Stamler of Elizabeth,
ing of CWV county leaders with \cw Jersey, chairman of ADL's
officers of the local post The CWV New Jersey advisory board
official, Leslie C. licBride, admit- farmer state depot] attorney-gen-
ted th t he had passed judgment eral.
>ut bavins si-en the film. At j stamler said the "unwarranted
first he refused to name toe j attack was an "act of hysteri
urce" of his information but know-notbJngiaBi beyond !)
later acknowledged that he had ac ]ic pointed out that The High
cepted the "pink" evaluation from wall" tells the story of prejudices
a group known u th.- Anti-Commu-1 mffered by a Poii.-h Catholic fam-
niat League of New Jer-r> jjv an,i tnat the film has been
In New York. Benjamin R. Ep used extensive!] by Catholic youth
stein. ADL national director, de- groups and parochial schoo!> and
scribed the Anti-Communist has been widely shown on televi-
League of New Jersey a "a new .-ion.
vigilante group bent on hara->ing The f,ini ..,,,] Stamler, should
have the sympathetic support of
the Catholic War Veterans, rather
than it- criticism. It is >>mptoma-
tic that those who forced its I
saw the film "
The High Wall," a mental by-
and human film
without pollti ticance of
any kind, hi been favorably re-
i all over the coontrj
ha> won film festival prizes. It was
produced jointly by the Anti-De-
famation League and the State of
Illinois' Office of Public Instruc-
tion ar.d its Department of Public
Welfare 'Mental Hygiene Author-
ity). The National Conference of
( hristiaai anj Jews reported it was
the "most popular" item in its film
library-
Jewish MJbrary
lists Volumes
Central Jewish Library of the
Bureau of Jewish Education is now
'cataloging its Yiddish and Hebrew
section containing over 1.000 vol-
IMM v The new volumes will be
available for circulation within the
next two weeks.
The following new titles have
fbeen received in the Central Li-
' brary: Dictionary of the Bible Ifhre
votamea) by Jatnes Hastings; Ketti
Shalom, novel of Israel by James
' Murdoch; Jewish Heroa, by Rose
rstein; Introduction to the
of the Old Testament and
I Israel, by Ooesterley
m' Robinson; History of New
menl Times, by Robert A.
i'inlfer.
Holiday Night Dream-, by Am
old Posp; Under Strange skies, by
Harry Bimonhoff; one Loot in
America and Cowboy on a Wooden
Horse, by Yuri Suhl: Jewish Labor
in I S..V, by Melech Epstein; The
Jews and Their Duties, by Hyman
I i.nldin: Inner Eye. by Hayim
Greenberg; Education lor Free-
dom, by Robert M. Hutchins.
The Central Library' is open for
tree circulation from Monday
through Friday from 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. The library is under the
direction of Mrs. Joseph Duntov.
chairman of the Bureau Library
Committee.
Rebekah Lodge Party
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9
U hold a games party on Tues-
day. March 30th. 8 p.m.. in the
Lyceum Hall at 25 Washington Av-
enue.
Kalph Spero
Spero Named New
Beth Sholom Head;
Succeeds Leon Ell
Ralph Spero. of 4335 Royal Palm
Avenue, Miami Beach, was elected
president of Temple Beth Sholom
at the congregation's annual elec-
tion meeting on Sunday.
Spero succeeds Leon J. Ell. who
held the office for the past two
years. Other officers elected to
serve are Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph
L. Arkin. John Serbin and Charles
Silvers, vice presidents; Sam Stein,
treasurer; David Pollack, financial
secretary; and Alexander Rubin,
general secretary
Spero's family is from Texas, but
he was reared in Brooklyn, New
York, and Was graduated from New-
York University and Fordham Col-
lege. He did post-graduate work at
Yale. Spero's bu ^iness career was
divided between the drug and hotel
business.
Now retired, he is active in civic
and communal life, taking part in
the programs of the Zionist Organ-
ization. B'nai B'rith ..nd the Amer-
ican Legion, in addition to his serv-
ice- In the life of Beth Sholom.
Pythian Sisters to Hold
Annual Card Party
Pythian Sisters, Roosevelt Tejn-
ple No. 33. will hold its fifth an-
nual card and mah jongg party on
March 31sL 8 p.m.. at 500 SW 17th
Awnue.
Majority of the proceeds go to
the Henrietta Kastoff Memorial
Fund for local cancer research
Mrs. Kastoff, who passed away last
year, was a charter member and
first Past Chief of the Temple.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Mrs. Bernard Michelson and Mrs.
Herman Dale.
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PAGE 5B
[Forms New
littee Here
Lament of I he creation of
a civic Actions Commit-
J Greater Miami Chapter
Kerican Jewish Comajt-
& this week by Dr.
hi Weidberg. chairman.
arold B. Spaet is to be
| and Herbert Markow co-
nmittcc will bo concerned,
c problems relating to
public schools, fact
|hoasing tensions, immi-
Lblci.;- and participation
Lctivities of intergroup
|jn Greater Miami.
fang has been called for
[evening. March 2Urd, at
of Judge Spaet to coft-
telopment of program ac-
klatins to problems in the
Mti-Semitism and un-
activities. (onsisten!
"national program of the
,l. wish C >nur,ittee. the
nmiitce will consider a
i combat subversive ac-
Ihe extreme lefl and
(ile at the same time be-
tive to tla d for basic
Ertiec.
Ihe meeting
A. Bin-
rid s David B.
:. Burt
an, Ber-
liner. : Her-
j !, David
[Samuel J Rabin, Lee Ru-
Javid Sluzin. Kiehacd F.j
11 [ie J August, UK
Inret. Van Myers, Dr. Kurt
iHarold Thurman, Stanley
Alan .lack- m, Mr. David
)r. Jack Seitlin. Dr. David
ge Lawrence E. Hoff-
Igfried Geismar. Gerald J.
kd Milton Grusmark.
atz Wivti
Xeach Party
lordecai Katz, well known
kulhor and journalist, died
pdenly at the home of Dr.
lloni. noted Jewish critic,
ending a birthday party
|r the latter.
Lithuania 69 years, ago,
I came t the I'nited States
Vorld War I and obtained
I from Columbia University
He was for many years a
of the editorial staff of
psh Daily News, and when
spaper closed, he became
br of the Jewish Courier, a
pspaper in Chicago, which
publication several years
a bean
is just a
V bean
until it's
baked..
he joined the Jewish
Journal in New York.
Auxiliary to Meet
membership meeting for
fater Wmmi Women's Aux-
the Jewish Home of the
till be held on Tuesday,
ph. 12:30 p.m., at the Al-
lot cl. Mrs, i)dVid philips,
n.willpr.'M'ni the nominat-
In charge of entertain-
ts. Louis Makovsky.
Leefling sports figures and community figures presented an assembly program on democracy
and buildina good human relations at the Biscayne Elementary School under the sponsor-
chip of tho pimuel E. Weinield Memorial Fund and ADL Committee of North Shore Lodge B'nai
B'rith. Shown at the school ceremony are (left to richt) Loo Steinman, program chairman; Gil-
bert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League, who served as master
of ceremapJes; Pancho Segura. tennis star; Irving Rudd, business manaqer of the Brooklyn
Dodgers; Mrs. Scmuel E. Weinield; Jake Lamotta, former world's middleweight champion;
Ross Sobel, golf instructor at Westview Country Club and Barry College; and David Fenton,
representing North Shore Lodge.
Cowart Seeks Seat In State Legislature
Edward D. Cowart is a candidate
fqr the State Legislature from
Dude County. Group Three, in thi
primary elections on May 4. 1954.
Cowart was born February 17,
1925 at Plant City. Florida, the son
of William II. Cowart and Helen
Dptigiiis Cowart. After attending
grade''schools in Tampa, Florida,
his family moved to Miami in 1935,
where he attended Andrew Jackson
and Shonandoah Junior High
Schools and Miami Senior High
School. While a member of the Mi
ami Police Department, he attend-
ed the University of Miami and
later received his law degree from
John B. Stetson University.
Cowart is a veteran, having en-
listed in the United States Navy in
February, 1942, and was honorably
discharged He served in the Atlantic and Paci-
f* Hop" Due
lami Young Zionist Dis-
KPonsoring a "March Hop"
onte Carlo Hotel on Sun-
1 28th. 9 p.m.
Passover Inductees
May Ask Deferment
NEW YORKThe National Jew-
ish WelfajpjBoard s Commission on
Jewish cKplaincjjKfc received an
official^aoiftrnunicaWn from Gen.
Lewis ftHershey, director of the
Selective Service System, announc-
ing that all local draft boards are
being requested to give "favorable
consideration, wherever possible,"
to requests of registrants of the
Jewish faith not to be forwarded
for physical examination or induc-
tion into the Armed Forces during
Passover.
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member of the 5lh Amphibious
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cific invasions.
Cowart is actively engaged in the
practice of law as a member of the
law firm of Felske, Cowart & Rice.
He is a member of Phi Delta Legal
Fraternity, the Dade County Bar
Association and the Florida Bar
Association.
He is a member of the First
Methodist Church of Coral Gables,
a Mason, nonoratty member of the
Miami Police Benevolent Associa-
tion, the former 1st vice comman-
der of his American Legion Post,
I honorary member of the Firemen's
Benevolent Association and is a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Democrats of Dade County,
Inc.
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Greater Miami Rabbis Named Vice
Chairmen of Mobilization Day Here
Five Greater Miami Rabbis have i cation Week and to climax their
been named vice chairmen of M-1 campaign efforts with the onetia>
Day. the community drive set for
Sunday, April 4th. in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made by Carl Weinkle.
chairman of "Dedication Week."
to meet their goal of S99.106 be-
drive The GM Division is seeking
ION Apnl 4lh.
Shochet said that General Mobil
ization volunteers will convene at
a report rally during Dedication
March 28th April 4th. preceding Week on Tuesday. March 30th. 8:15
p.m.. at the Biseayne Terrace Ho-
tel.
Cooperating with the local Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is the Adver-
tising Council. Inc. This agency is
publicizing the campaigns of the
.M-Day. Named to assist Weinkle in
the one-day drive are Rabbis Leon
Kronish. Mayer Abramowitz. Irv-
ing Lehrman. Joseph Narot and
Max Shapiro.
The Rabbis will direct recruit-
ment of MDav workers from their, three religious faiths in America
communities and urge I and their world-wide programs of
respective
every available person to give two
hours on Sunday. April 4th. in the
city-wide humanitarian effort.
time
overseas relief and reconstruction.
Radio and television announce-
ments will be heard during the
. week of March 28th through April
Dedication Week will be the: of ,he Pass.
.me for each and every' Jewish oyer dnn of ,he Umted >w|sh
resident to open their hearts to, h ,he g^ ,ut.
the call of our community, said '
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
who is serving as chairman of the
unprecedented drive, "it is the
Begin Production of
Yarn in Israel
NEW YORK Israels Inited
Saran Company has begun produc-
tion of Saran yarn, under license
i from Dow t heinical International
Ltd.. according to the current is
HM ot Economic Horizons, niniiihly
! publication of the Jewi>h Agency
, in New York.
The company's new plant at Re-
hovoth. south of Tel Aviv, involves
an investment of $150,000 and
150.000 Israel Pounds. It is ex-
peiuu to produce aoout SI.000,000
worth of the material in its first
year of operation. Mast of this
|l .lestincd for export. The plant
is equipped with a special type of
extruder built by the National
Plastic Products Company of Oden-
ton. Maryland.
FRIDAY.
Michael Rosenberg to Appear
At Musk, Art League Program
A special concert has been ar-
ranged by the Miami Beach Music
and Arts League for the Jewish
Home for the Aged. The program
will take place on Sunday after
I noon. March 28th. 2:30 p.m.. at
Douglas Gardens, ISO NE 53rd
| Street, according to Ruth Brotman,
chairman.
Participating will be the Hista
druth < liorale singing songs in Yid-
jdish. Hebrew and English, directed
I by Altee Brdtman. with Estelle Ho-
I berman at the piano. The Jeanne
I Barnett Ballet will present "Dances
of the Nations." Also appearing are
Jacques Cohen, violinist, with his
son. Freddie. 10-year-old pianist.
Featured will be Michael Rosen
berg, comedian of the Jewish stage
in theatrical skits.
Council of America.
Morion Outlines
UII^ICVCUCIIICU UUC. St 13 Ml > MSB
week for Greater Miami to answer .A MMMU gal HOrP
this callthrough their generosity
to the Combined Jewish Appeal
which serves Jewry in need every-
where. Dedication Week is a time candidate for cir
Speaking before a luncheon
meeting at the Seven Seas Re-tau
rant this week. Mallory H Horton.
lor working and giving to demon
Strata our faith with those who are
building democracy in Israel This
(idty-wide effort will show our
tool institutions that we are be
hind them and that we have faith
in their work and in their sen ices
to mankind '
cuit judge. Group
five, outlined hi.-
cam paign plat
form
The 40-yearold
attorney, formei
special agent foi
the FBI. blue-
\ -ingle gift to (he Combined prmtl.j his cam-
Jewish Appeal on M Day. Weinkle pall,n objective
ted out. perform services and promised u
round the world and dignifies |M. a -patient and
>h life everywhere.
All organized groups and clubs
are flocking to CJA headquarter-
to offer their manpower in the M-
Day drive, it has been announced
' y Kanner. First national organiz-
/Sivi(v*l> i
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fair judge" if elected
Horton. who was assistant attor-
ney general in Miami from 1949
to 1952. was introduced by attor-
ney Milton M. Ferrell.
Attornev Samuel D Wallace was
ation> to volunteer tor M-Day were master of ceremonies for the event,
the Jewish War Veterans Posts of which was attended by 64 business
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Greater Miami and B'nai B nth
The organizations are in the fore-
lront in the field of human rela
lions combatting anti-Semitism and
promoting inter faith good will in
South Florida. ____________________
The Joint Defense Appeal, fund Israel Film to be
raising arm of the Anti-Defama *w* *
tion League and the American Jew- Shown in Gables
i-h Committee, is a major benefi "Harvest from the Waters.
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More than 5.000 Jewi-h homes
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Fred K Shochet. publisher of
day, March 28th. 8:30 p.m.. it has
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president.
The documentary film portrays
The Jewish Floridian and chairman
of General Mobilization, has urged
volunteers to continue their cover-
age of pledge cards through Dedi-
new frontierthe fishing indus-
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The film is presented in recog-
nition of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal "Dedication Week." March
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PAGE 7 B
;xt Of Jewish Home For Aged Committee Report
iR NOTE: The Jewish
Fil,,, below the com-
| JJ IS? B I Hfinlmum.
Vrt lh.- BuHdlna Committee
if LhHome fr the Aired.
'*," II "rt meeting of the
W**L ,l\ The edltoiH I.-
W>. S""'*H,lKe Lunltv. we" ,hat of
K for the Aged.)
Uairman, this report will
/briefly thc work o the
plan and Building Commit-
1 the Home. I shall appre-
Ljr dose attention, for I
Lt the work of these com-
| mark a turning point in
1 history of our Home. It
, to me our coming-of-age
i full realization of our co-
v role in the family of
, in the Jewish Federation.
tdoubt, we have pioneered
onstrated also the signifi-
ed real value of joint social
Eg in the Greater Miami Jew-
tomunity. We have a won-
[potential force for good in"
Iwish community in our
Miami Jewish Federation
fuse la made of it. We have
I of you will remember that
Inths aeo at the beautiful
Ipartv given at the home of
land Polly de Hindi Meyer
oard unanimously went on
as follows: No funds for
[expansion would be expend-
he future unless jointly with
fttion we would survey and
[the needs for institutional
Inr the Jewish aged in this
furthermore, we would only
pnd expand our facilities af-
. development of a master
ictural plan based on such
eful study of institutional
[have not deviated one whit
hese guiding principles, and
|convinced. as I am sure all
are, that we should never
from it in the future.
ut 16 month.-, ago, the Ablin
rial was conceived by Baron
bch Meyer as a result of the
1 death of .hick Ablin. Dave
^. with the help of Jack
Jim Kopelowitz. Abe Kur-
[Gus Trau and Dr. Joseph
erg. followed through on
h conception, which would
Halize Jack Ahlin for his in-
pntercst in institutional care
Win on State
\L Tour
kert J. Balkin, director, Flor-
1 >al Office of the Anti-De-
lion League of B'nai B'rith, is
pg St. Petersburg and Tampa
week to confer with ADL and
B'rith leaders there.
Mle in St. Petersburg, Balkin
peet with Frank G. Kleinfeld,
(a State ADL chairman, to dis-
Ulans for the ADL presenta-
|t the forthcoming convention
J Florida State Federation of
JB'rith Lodges to be held in
liltmcire Terrace Hotel, Miami
ft April 10th through 12th.
[ will also meet in St. Peters-
|'ith David J. Wolper, ADL
fan of the St. Petersburg
[A Cohen B'nai B'rith Lodge.
"Pa. Balkin will meet with
'J- Cutler, president of the
.i State Federation of B'nai
Lodges. Mrs. William B.
ADL chairman of the
"State Federation of B'nai
mmn'" chaPters. and Har-
R ADL ('hinnan of the
T* B nai B'rith Lodge.
for .the aged both here and in Chi-
cago. Thereupon, with Federa-
tion's approval, we launched the
Ablin Memorial Campaign with
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phil-
lips, Abe Kurman and Jack Arvey
in the top leadership.
Then 12 months ago, we initi-
ated the joint Master Plan Commit-
tee with Federation. Abe Kurman
honored me for it was an honor
to chair our committee and co-
chair the joint committee with
Stanley Myers. Our representatives
on the joint committee were Bar-
on de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips,
Abe Kurman, Jimmy Kopelowitz,
Jack Arvey, Fay Ablin. Harold Spa-
*t. Dr. Samuel, Gertman and Maury
PesHstein. Is addition to Stanley
Myers, the Federation representa-
tives wereflBil Gould, Dr. Kurt
Peiser, Sam Resnick, Is Simkowitz,
Ben Rosenberg and Mike Gettinger.
We met op- a period of months
exploring, djKuasiAg.and grappling
with every phase of aged care. We
conducted .a study and published
the results of that study for the
joint committee. We agreed that
during the next 10 to 15 years
there would likely be a need for
an institution of 175-200 beds. The
joint committee thereupon approv-
ed the immediate development of
a master architectural plan, of
which the Ablin Memorial with
some 40 beds, would be the first
unit. The master plan would be
a flexible one additional units
would be built only as the need
became unmistakably evident and
funds were available. The joint
committee also approved the em-
ployment of I. S. Loewenberg, not-
ed institutional architect of Chi-
cago, as the architect.
Several weeks later, Mr. Loewen-
berg visited Miami. He met with
the joint committee and then with
our Board, at which time he was
officially employed with Irvin Kor-
ach as the local associate archi-
tect. Mr. Loewenberg was commis-
sioned to execute the master plan
as well as the Ablin Memorial. His
sketches and the thinking of the
joint committee were presented to
the Executive Committee of Feder-
ation. After full discussion the Ex-
ecutive Committee unanimously
approved and authorized a building
campaign for $200,000. It is un-
necessary for me to go into details
of the campaign and the inspiring
leadership of Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er, Dave Phillips and Abe Kurman.
In December, 1953, the Master
Plan Committee completed its
work and was dissolved. In Janu-
ary, 1954, President Kurman ap-
pointed the Ablin Building Com-
mittee to work with the architects
on the final plans and construction
of the Memorial.
I don't know whether Abe Kur-
man likes me or not, but I got the
chairmanship again. I got some-
thing else too the finest build-
ing committee in the history of
this Jewish community. Leon Jac-
obs and Barney Lee are my co-
chairmen, and Jack Carner became
chairman of the Steering Commit-
tee. The other members are Sid
Ansin, Jack Arvey, Dan Broad, Ben
Fleeman, Dr. Gertman, Jim Kopel-
owitz, Abe Kurman, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips, A. J.
Paul and Maury Pearlstein. The
Federation representatives are Em-
il Gould, Sam.Resnick and Mike
Gettinger, and their guidance and
counsel and general helpfulness
were invaluable and will never be
forgotten.
Never did a committee work
more cooperatively, more devoted-
ly, more loyally, or more intelli-
gently. The plans and specifications
were eona over again and again, es-
pecially by the Steering Commit-
tee. You should know the members
of Jack Camer's steering commit-
tee. They are Sid Ansin, Ben Flee-
man, Emil Guild, Abe Kurman,
Barney Lee, A. J. Paul, and Sam
Resnick. They carried the major
burden of responsibility and they
deserve your highest praise and
appreciation.
The final plans and specifica-
tions were submitted to the steer-
ine committee by Irvin Korach on
Friday, February 28rh. They met
at the Home on Monday, March 1st,
after spending the entire weekend
individually poring over the plans
and specifications. They were un-
animous in their conviction that
the Ablin Memorial would be out-
standing for its construction, func-
tional qualities and its beauty.
They authorized the letting of
bids in accordance with the prin-
ciples laid down by the entire
building corrunittee. Fourteen gen-
eral contractorsJewish and non-
Jewishhad been selected from a
group of 25. Five of these 14 re-
fused to bid because they could not
handle the work at this time. The
builders on the committee, refus-
ing to bid themselves, agreed that
all 9 who wished to bid were
among the top general contractors
in Dade County.
On April 16th the steering com-
mittee met with the 9 contractors
and in their presence the sealed
bids were opened and announced
by Mr. Loewenberg. The lowest
Lukas Foss to Perform Own Concerto
With U of M Orchestra Sunday, Monday
Pianist-composer Lukas Foss will I came a naturalized citizen in due
be soloist with the University of j time.
Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sun- He studied conducting with
day ajuL Monday evenings at the I Kousseviteky and composition with
Miam'Mhch an#C?de County Au- Paul Ihademilh at the terkshire
difcrtMh?^ M' Music Center: He continued his
^Hftjfiffinr JdKW Bitter will lead studies with Hindemith at Yale
the orchestra in readings of the University. Foss' incidental music
*-!-Mpr "s awarded the contract
later that day when the entire
uunding committee met.
I have been specifically re-
quested by the building committee
to make known to the Board one
of Its basic decisions. Irvin Korach
will supervise the construction
from beginning to end. We request
the wholehearted cooperation of
the entire Board in adhering strict-
ly to the policy that any matters
relating to construction shall be
discussed and cleared with Mr.
Korach.
Mr. Chairman, I understand that
Abe Kurman told the Women's
Auxiliary at its Donor Luncheon
last week that "the Ablin Memo-
rial, when completed, will be con-
sidered by the entire Miami com-
munity, as well as the family and
friends of Jack Ablin, as the fin-
est institutional facility for the
aged in the South." I am positive
he is correct in that judgment.
Mr. Chairman, not only has it
been an honor and a real privileee
to serve or. ir.is committee, but a
tremendously worthwhile experi-
ence as well. We have learned how
j to work together. We have learned
how to plan for the future. We
I have learned the meaning and
! value of our Greater Miami Jewish
j Federation and how to work jointly
i with it and the other member agen-
cies in it. We have truly come of
age. For all this, I express ray ap-
preciation to you, and for all of you
| and myself to the members of the
. building committee, who worked
j so well for the aged, the Home and
1 the Jewish community.
Bitter will lead
in readings of the
Symphony in A major, Uy Wolf-
gang Amadeus Mozart, and Sche-
herezade. Symphonic Suite opus 35,
by Nikolai Rinisky-Korsakoff.
Mr. Foss will be featured as solo-
ist in a performance of his own
Piano Concerto No. 2. with Mr. Bit-
ter on the podium. The main work
was dedicated to the late Dr. Serge
Koussevitzky. J
Foss was boijQn Berlin but is
ueually consider* an American
composer. He had four years of
study at the Paris Conservatory be-
fore arriving*in this country, at the
age of fifteen^ He. entered the Cur-
tis Institute in Philadelphia and be-
to Shakespeare's play. 'The Tem-
pest, won for him the Pulitzer
Prize in 1942. Even though he is
still very young, he has a number
of compositions to his credit, most
of which have had public perform-
ances.
Last summer, his Concerto No. 2
was performed at the Berkshire
Festival with the composer as solo-
ist.
M Hotel Will
f Summer Season
IStii^T owner- IceKB.?ote1' this we** -
TCa hls ocean*ront resort
I suiting june 22nd. .
R7h."w-d ,hat he anticipates
fcmi A*? summer "*
trn^-*Mh history."
h enfir,V,he0Wnerdirect0^
l ln first t.me that a kosher
L aUemr,ted fuU season.
!k2s,fofour,o,lowin-"
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12*K in the Ctskill mourn
K i T that we hv* "
J er here," Rosner ex-
lataffeat
Yomen Concert
Ut>ts Approval
A capacity house was present at
the debut concert of the Jewish
Community Singers, directed by
Margaret and Ben Yeoman, which
was held at Miami Beach Senior
High School last Sunday evening.
Stars of the evening were Meline
Kulhanjian, lyric soprano, and
Julio Milano, dramatic tenor.
The choir, under the direction of
Yeoman, rendered a number of
popular pieces.
"The Jewish Community Sing-
ers is an organization only con-
cerned with promoting music and
art in our community and is receiv-
ing new recruits day by d>y. tt has
the support of many of the Rabbis
of the Greater Miami area," accord-
ing to a statement here by Rabbi
Alfred Waxman and Rabbi Morris
Skop.
Greater Miami dentists join in me drive supporting the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Shown seated (left to right) are Drs. Irv-
ing Gordon, H. D. Prensky, chairman of Dentists Division, and
Robert Kaplan. Standing (left to right) are Drs. Murray Cmith,
, Jerome Jacobs, Robert Litowitz and Bertram Thorpe.
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Reduce And Eat Sweets In Tillie Lewis 21-Day Did
_.. ... ... ... .______ .. SIXTH DAY MENU TJi^^Zj^mL\ ces? il ELEVENTH DAY |*J
Tilhe Lewis' famous 21-dsy diet r .JiTS^ ..,-._____ sVctc,.ing Tablet, as deslrI __ I.230 tSL^i
Tillie Lewis' famous 21-day diet
has received much acclaim by
women throughout the Greater Mi-
ami area. In response to popular
demand and for easy reference,
The Jewish Floridian here publish-
es the entire 21-day diet which
aroused so much interest here.
The famous diet plan has been
prepared by its originator. Tillie
Lewis, to Jewish dietary require-
mentscomplete meat and dairy
menus for 21 full days.
Of Orthodox background. Miss
Lewis is today recognized as
"America's First Woman in Foods."
Calling on her own knowledge and
receiving Rabbinical consultation,
she has organized a recognized diet
adhering to Jewish Dietary Law.
Now it is possible to enjoy such
usually forbidden sweet treats as
lucious puddings, syrupy canned
fruits, flavorful jellies and tangy
salad dressingsall without wor-
rying about excess calories.
These do not sound like "die-
tetic foods" in the usual sense, nor
do thfey taste like those known in
the pastso often flat, insipid and
lacking in flavor. Actually, they
can't be told from regular foods I
in taste or texture. Yet. because j
they are sweetened by a new. |
sugar-free process, they contain up
to 76 percent fewer calories and ,
make it possible to cut the daily
calorie intake right down to where
the doctor approves. Best of all.
the dieter can do this without hard-
ship or stern -elf-denial, without
even curbing a craving for sweets. I
By incorporating these new dietetic I
foods in the regular meat or dairy
|wr
Mrs. Tillit Umis
menus, three appetite satisfying
meals a day can be enjoyed while
keeping total calories within reduc
ing requirements.
Mrs. Lewis and her associates
have been working on the develop-
ment of these new foods for ten
years. Today, as president of her
own multi-million-dollar food plant
in Stockton. California, she is a
leader in the development and test-
ing operationswhere new ideas
in food are tried out.
Mrs. Lewis points out that the
new dietetic foods were developed
to answer a real problem '"Medi-
cal authorities have named over
weight as America's No. 1 health
problem." she explains. "And diet
ing authorities know that the big-
gest problem about low-calorie
diets is that people are human. If
you have a sweet tooth, you natur-
ally crave sweet.tasting desserts.
The weakness of all diets which re-
move or reduce sweetness' is that
they're bucking Mother Nature
and that is a difficult thing to do."
ft A
By TILLIE LEWIS
FIRST DAY MENU
1 '65 Calories
Breakfast
I i
I Sag
- .
'' I, > oZ
I ".
I Oi
* U I ".'..' -- Bl :.
TOTAL
Lunch
cup
' K -. I
h .d -.t n
('..T..T-.
; I Up
" --;.. Chocolati
P iddlng
.Milk,
Caloriea
:n
...
If
M
"
0
TOTAL
Dinner
It i
. u i
' I : /
' iUIH
': .- | !.. .
I let _. )
tablespoon
;;. i,,.
:. a> d<
TOTAL
DAYS TOTAL

n
T.n
:
11*5
up
Skim Milk. eaj
TOTAL
Dinner
i.i- fl .....il na, i ..i.
1 i-i D I Asjis-stu- ,; ., ..

Head Lettuce, i. cup
With Tastl-Dlet eh.
Dreaslng, 2 table*).....na
rastl-1lei April !.. up
M Tea, a- deaired
TOTAL
DAYS TOTAL
I.I
IM
.
i r...
m
3
!;
0
Ut
115J
FOURTH DAY MENU
1222 Calories
Breakfast
orange Juice, 4 os.
Poached Kick. 1
On Whi .', Toast j
thli
Hotter, i teaspoon
Skim Milk, v M
Coffee aa detin i
TOTAL
Lunch

l cup
T'mi > ring
.1 Ton il o i.. ti
Leaf
Rye Wafer*, i
Tsatl-Diet Vanilla Pud'ding
i cup
skim Milk, s m
Calo
SECOND DAY MENU
1-49 Caior.es
Breakfast
, Calories
I ..7.
I Kara. I
won
W-ho)e Wheat Teaat, I thin .lice
Skim Milk, oi
e, aa desire I
nlng Tablet. a* d seared
(S

I
TOTAL
Lunch
Lima Bean a tsars** Soup.
S Clip
Kiltin.- Ci
Vegetable Kabul Bowl, i
set ^ Ing* (se> _____
Tastl-Dlet Butterseotca
I'udding. up
Banana Slices,
n Milk, s oz.
j:
45
4".
M
,..
aa
TOTAL
Dinner
Tastl-Dlet Fruit t'.icktall, ',
Broiled Chopped Beef, 4 os
... J.
.up
,^'h"!*'^Vhe'u Bread. 1 thin -h, .
!asti-Dlet String Beans. 1 .up
t'auliflouer, '/, cup
1 i talks
Taartl-Dlvl Apricots,
Coffee, aa deadred
nlng Tablet, as desired ....
total
days total
r.n
as
r.
II
20
41
0
0
4CS
1149
TOTAL
Dinner
Rtew:
I oz.
Hum
Onion, I sm.ill
Pol .'.., i small
use, .
Carawj) ,
l ..-n l '1. ,Il#.
1 tablespoon
"hole Wheel Bread. 1 ih.n ?!....
Tastl-Diet Cherrh
'"".....i Tea, m desired
r. .T
DAY'S TOTAL

FIFTH DAY MENU
1258 Calories
Breakfast
ries
IM
3.-.
mi
I
...
14
JO
9*
1
...
1222
Orange Oraasaa
Bofl Boiled lu- i
Whole Wheai Tuaart
thin ill..
Caloriea
,'Ji
THIRD DAY MENU
1153 Calories
Breakfast
i fnril Ssa tioau,
' "'! 44
Boiled En, i jj
Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices l.Ti
Tastl-Diet Jelly. I tablespoon
Bklm Milk. > ..z o
Coffee, as daalrad ..........______ o
Total
Lunch
Diet Potato Salad.
1 serving
i Cheese, ", ba
ireed, l thin slice
I lict rhiiolate I'uddinfr.
34s
99
170
TOTAL
Lunch
Ore< i. I'.-.. Boap, I east
Cottage Cheese and Pei Salad-
Lettuce, 2 leaves
I'nttaare Cheese. '. ,,,,
Tastl-niel IVai Halves, 4 aaaall
Taatl-Dlel Whippe.i l.r.-.i^"
1 tenspnon
rrench Bread. I all. ea
Tastl-Dlet Cllnir*Pei.
Vi -up
Skim Milk, < oi
SIXTH DAY MENU
1177 Calories
Breakfast
lirape'" Juice. X cup -
l-oached ****. : s
,.n Whole Wheat Toast.
I thin slice-----------------
.-klm Milk. % oa.....-----------
Coffee, as dclred------------
Calor.es
m
U
M
Hreen Been Salad i'ri cup
Tnstl-Met)
Itlreen Beans. 1 teaspoon
Tasti-Plet l>resina on
.ettll.c*. 1 serving
Broiled lloiinder. os
i, nh Bnuled .Mushrooms
M cup ......
Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin slice
Tastl-Piet Asparagus. < s|iears
Tasti-CHet Vanilla Pudding.
! | cup
Sk.rh Milk. S os. -
TOTAL .....--------------------
Dinner
Boiled Dinner:
Coraed Beef mlnirned. H| os.
Cabbaare, i cup-------------------------
I'arrots. ', cup
. ralona, l? cup
Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin illce
M'.l.. s..lad
Chopped Apple. !4 cup------------
Ijettua Leaves, : large
' lei v Stalk. 1 medium
Taai Dial Chefi DraaalaaT.
I t.ll.leS|H)On
Tastl-I>iet Prune Plums. !* cup
Toffee or Tea. as desired
J1S
M
in
....
370
;rn
25
.
40
TOTAL
DAYS TOTAL ____
1
Ml
0
l.">2
1177
SEVENTH DAY MENU
1157 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Tastl Dlel Applesauce. '. cup H
Scrambled Kgg. l 7".
Butter. 1 teaspoon 3T,
Wheat Tomat, 2 thin slices ir.
Tasti-Dlel Jelly, l tablespoon 9
Skim Milk. I oz sii
... deaired 9
total jm
Lunch
.lili. e, S oi. it
Whole Wheat lMead 1 thin slice C6
- Special SiilajK 1
- rvlrrg (see rersfR) 190
I Het Thocnlnte Pnddlh*.
Skin \iiik' f or. |t)
TOTAL IM
inner
Koast Chicken, 4 os. ;ns
Puked Potato, 1 ver> -r.'..,ll ...
Ta-ti-l>!el 'Ireen Beans. 1 .up 25
Tossed li:een Salad
l.ettme, Btldlve, P... in, line
!'? cuaat :"
Tasti Lot chefs Dressing,
1 i.ii.lentKwn i
i cHng P.a.hes,
'j cup et
as telred o
totJL
DAY'S
AL
331
1J57
ttECPM
VMsttMla MMi
I
i Endive
peeled, cut into a
1 Carrot, medium sise. sliced
Bell Pepper. uHnto rings
'- Cucumber, sliced
i up Celerj. sliced
rUdlehee, -h. ad
-i.....na Oreen Onions, sliced
2 tableapoona Parsley, roau-ssly cut
I ounces Tasti-lnet Asparagus
S I aervlnga; t..t,.l calories 170
Caloriea per serving |S
*
Tillie Lewis Salad
l head Li ttui il baehea in
diameter)
i .up Tastl-Dlet Chi Dn --ing
Ik id of lettuce in quarters foi
seivma i'our dressing over I
.ui.l -.i re iintnedl.it. I\
i mn... total ...l... kaa ill
t slot,.-. per r. ing
:
Dieter's Special Salad
i
TOTAL
Dinner
Tastl-Dlet Kruit Cocktail
H cup
Broiled C.hI Steak with
Lemon Slices, ..i
.ima Beans, '- .
M

lit
71
.".
l"^
4*
-.
It

90
404
200
100
ound Cottage (!,
"sii.^r'"1"*'F:""'"'"'iv''' '"
D Oimpi fruit s., Htass
i up [aati-Dlet Chi
nsatl-Diel Aprleou, trkaia
Wei CheTi It.-sing
le frull on bed of crisp salad
on foul indlvidoal salad plat.--
r ..f each, place '.. cottage
' -;. >h ii, one' aprtcot
Ita 'iraeeaasj
"ervlngs; toui calories 7s'o
' llor.es per serving 11,.
EIGHTH DAY MENU
121 C'lr..,
Breakfast
Orange Sll.es,
H-ST&^^ceSJnj .TKr
Cal
.....ked
Swi.-s Chard ("Leaves gad
......Sl'm. V, Clip
Tillie I-ewls Salad*, 1 aervina
(recipe follows)
Taustl-Dlet Vanilla Pudding
H cup ,,
with Tastl-Diet c|,.....;.,... W
Topping. I tableapoona ___
Coffee, as desired
TOTAL
DAYS TOTAL
9
0
4-,0
1251
a jlaaarad
total
Lunch
lTcnp"f' J"1"-' "*
Deviled Bga Bahtd
Hard Cooked Kgg 1
iHlSfc Wh'M-'d"l >, .-.sing
I tablespoon
Mustard. Salt and Pepper
to season
Lettuce, J larre U>%r1T"-------------
Plcklert lU-rX'VAV
KT* Wafers. 4
Tastl-Ii|..t Chocolate Pie*
or.es
Mi
100
C>
9
90
0
311
TOTAL
DAY'S
TOTAL
u
NINTH DAY MENU
11M Calories
Breakfast
Calsriss
M
IM
M
Tsstl-Dlct Jelly. 1 tablespoon 9
Skim Milk. I os. N
Coffee, as desired --------_-----------
FVcsl. Strawberries. I cup
Cold Cereal, 1 cup
Whole Wheat Toast: 1 thin slice
TOTAL
. 111
Lunch
Jelly Omelet:
Enis, -'
Butter, 1 teaspoon ________
Skun Milk, 2 tabJcMMKins
Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 2 tablespoons
I,, it... Tomato and
Cucumber Salad;
Lettuce. I targe leaf ,
Tomato. I medium
Cucumber, r* incdtuiri
Tasti-Wet Cher a l>re
1 tablea|>oon
French Bread, 1 medafB #ice
Tastl-Dlet Chocolate
r, Clip
Skim Milk. I oi.
TOTAL _
Dinner
Broiled Hi ound Lean Beef 4 .
steamed Spinach, ', ,-up
Simon,., _...... '..*.* "I*
Squash. Yellow. /, cup
Tomato Salad
Summ.
1-cttuce ar
lettuce l,eaf.
"' Tomato. 4 Z ~
-" Whippy WnSm,
N
I',.
II
I

II
tl
_s
497
25S
II
17
4
TOTAL
Dinner
Broiled Veal*Chop. 4,T. os
Brussels Kpi outs, cup
Tasti-piet Corn, yellow. H cup _
Fruit Salad:
Tastl-IHet Fniot CrxkUII.
Vs cup
Banana. ', small .
Lettuce. 1 large leaf .._._______
Taatl Iet WhliM'ed DrassgaaK,
1 teaspoon .
Tastl-Diet Freestone Peaches,
'. cup
Coffee, as desired
TOT A L
150
3J
II
It
#0
s
1

15
90
431
2*4)
25
100
S
S7
0
. 417
1.1*4.
DAYS TOTAL

TENTH DAY MENU
11CS Calories
Breakfast
Csleriss
Tssti-Diet Plums. ', cup ....... S
Suit llidled BBS, 1 75
Whol- Wheat Toast. thin slices 130
Tastl-Dlet Jell*-. 1 tablespoon 9
Skint Milk. ,* ox ft>
Coffee, as Sestrid n
TOTAL
Lunch
Frankfurters. 2 medium ,,
Sauerkraut. 1 cup
Tomat,, ami I., itu.e Salad:
Lettatcc, 2 lance leaves ......
Tomato, 1 medium
Tastl-Dlet Chers In-esaing.
I t.t.leslMM.n
Whole Wh-at Bread. 1 thin slice
Tasti-1 Met Apricots. na
Coffee or Tea. as desired
TOTAL
Dinner
Boiled Beef Heart. ( os.
With Tasll-lMet Tomatoes.
'r nap _______
Onion. 1 medium (sliced)_____
Carrot, i, cup .
Papsle>. L' tatrtVs|-,n in.ln.ert)
THIle la-wls Salad-
(see recipe). Serving
Tati-ilet Apph>ance. 4 cttp
1 .I as lies!' .-.1
2"0
32
to
i
uo
23
.-.I
(
ELEVENTH DAY
'a* Calarkg,
-mktisi
Orange Juice, c.
Poached Kgg i u*
On Whole Wheat Toast"V
thin slices "M
Sku1,'":I111 --noon
iiklm Milk, H i. -----;
Coffee, as desired
TOTAL
Lunth
.cortape Cheese
Vegetable Halad
Cottage Cheese, ,u -
fcn^%ySS
Tasti-Dlet^ Chwola't, Pu^j^s*"
_with Vanilla Wafers"?T^
mSt Miik. x oT
TOTAL .
Dinn
Broiled Lamb chias. I M
Urolled TaKtl-I.i.t~l(l,fl7;"'1'
Hi* I Vs" J
Broiled Eggplant, .ile,,- ,
T.stl-I.let t;,,,.,, Pealufigi
t"*hlT* ''""" Sslsd:
1 aiding. KhreddH, 1 ,.g'r'
( arrots, shredded. >, e,7 "
Tastl-Dlet Cbera Drews,
I lai.l. s|..-.n
Tastl-Dlet Clierrles, '. c
Coffee or Tes, ,,s il.sired '
TOTAL
BAY'S TOTAL

TWELFTH DAY MEN)]
1.22S Calories
1251 Calories
Breakfast
Tastl-IHet Apricot Nectar *,)
Soft Boiled Kgg. 1
Whole Wheat Toast, :
thin sin ea
Tastl-Dlet Jell>. I tMblespoeT"
Skim Milk, k ..7.
Coffee, a d. -ir. I
TOTAL
Lunch
{"-hfeken Broth. 1 ,up
Club Salad Supreme'
tsee ret ipe i I serTlaa]
Toasted l-iencli I:.,II. 1
Tastl-Dlet Apricots.
Coffee or Tea ,, .1.
TOTAL
Dinner
Broiled Haddock tnoa).J
5 6 os. ____
Baked Potato. I medluaa
Steamed Spin.i, h, 1 tup
Vegetal.I. Salad:
I'Iced: Celei \. Cirrot. Great |
Pepper. .*:: Ullllier, OsbbSM
'l Clip
tea.spiH.n grated onion nsd
l tablespoon T.i-ti-Dlet
Whipped Dressing
Tastl-Diet Velio, fling
Peaches. i cup
Skim Milk. S oi
Coffee, as desired
TOTAL
DAY'S TOTAL
352
11*6
TOTAL
DAY'S TOTAL
THIRTEENTH DAY
1.233 Caloriea
Breakfast
Orange Sit, es. I an
Scrambled Rgg
Kgg. 1
Butter. I t...-- ti
Continued on Nt P#
Tillie Lewis'
KOSHER DIET PLAN
provides a wide selection of Tasti-DW
Foods t%r enjoyment at Fleishig'e and
Milchig'e meals.
Enjoy
rich-tasting Kosher
SALAD DRESSINGS
... lose pounds a week!
CsniaW kssae. ssd .r,. I ^^^^^^ZT
k, ham/ i. m. kauaq lastf salads dftnched in tw-
zippy Ta.tl-0It Solad DrjJ
contain up to 76% le'l0"
Tillie Lewis
TASTI-WET
SALAD DRESSING
muf u.'
TASTI-DIET
CMttS DMSSING WMIPflO DMSS'MO ^ ^ +*
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uilk. tablespoons ------ U
...; Toa-t. I thin slice M
Kog ........ "__ o
[ desired---------------- ___
Loneh
Wmm Sandwich:
1 Chf.ro <-'"''! "
L kle, l medium--------------
1 Urge leaf-----------------
i deslied ......--------------
|u figs, U cup *---------
tools te.
f|S1*,rh.cla< Topping.'
kbl*P0n
- Dinner
fcwDecf. I ---------------
s,_ I medium
"i imaN ..........
i, 1 small -
i 4 Tomato Salad.
targe leaves
|lu, 1 HCuuiUI
Vi w ii"'*"
MS
210
114
10
3
0
*T
M
4
498
200
40
25
60
i
E'S-*.. m denned::::.: ^
400
1,233
Kf TOTAL
jRTEENTH DAY MENU
1,1*3 Cjloriei
Breakfast
Calories
, Juice, U cop -.................. i?
|0*d rig*. ----------- '*
Wht-ii Biscuit
fit JeWi tablespoon
Miiki o* .................-
desired .......------------
Vanilla Wafers, 2 mini II
Coffee, as desired ,___1
M
TdT.M,
DAY'S TOTAL
-_!
354
1211
SIXTEENTH DAY MENU
1231 Caloriei
Breakfast
'Calorie*
i :i : i>ffi'iiit. '3 small ____ iy
Poacned Kgg, I
on W hole HbHi *ow*t.
1 thin slice eg
Saint MIIK, 8 os. ... _~ *o
UMMi M dcslriJ .... n
' TOTAL
Lunch
Vegetarian Vegetable Botip,
1 cup -__...............
Urllied Cheese Sandwich.
-------:-'_... 2Jp
r.u.
Lunch
i Soup, W i up ...... ....------
jCheese & I'each Salad:
f-lii, t ['each Halves, 2
Cheesi. i cap----------
Leaf, i large
f-niet Whipped Dressing,
tablespoon
tad, 1 ti'i" slice*
kliik. "/- ----------
ITA I
Dinner
, Liver, t ''
[Tastl-DIi l Canned
kiatoes, i ip ........
Hi Hi' >. '. '"P
Squash, yellow, ', cup -
hilt Salad
dried I.tlMt., I 'i head
Cbiel Urapefi uit
Eiians. 'j cup ---------
.Diet Chefs Dressing,
Ii
T>i.t l-nni dit ktall, i cup
for Tea, >- desln 'I
UTAI,
fV'S TOTAL
102
1
SO
5
60
87
Ills
I
16
114
90
"42$
160
SO
100
17
10
40
:,n
0
429
1.183
Whole Uncut Ulead,
2 thin slices .- ........
American Cheese. 1 08......
Tastl-Dlct Vanilla 1-uddlng 'A cup
Skim Milk, ft ox....................
TOTAL
Dinner
Meat Loaf (made with (round
beel), I slice 4x3x1'V ____
Spiced reaches*, 1 nerving,
(sec rcci|ic) .
steamed Brown nine. '', run ___
Tastl-Diet .String Beans. 1 cup ^_
in .1,1 beam t. lia^v
with Tasti-IMetl3Kf'*
Incasing, 2 lalifcsiMM.ns
Tastl-Dlct Cherries. H cop
Coffee or tea, as tfealren
130
113
ill!
0
44S
4S
1'"'
25
a*"
00
1V4 cups ................... __
Taatl-Ulel Chefs Dj
1 tahleaaiuun
Tasti-Dlet Chocolate Pudding.
Vt cup
COflta "i Tea. as dosfrtd
PAGE 9 E
total;
OAY't TOTAL
36*
11
GLOBAL SHORTS
TtlTAI.___________
DAYS TOTAL
,
SEVENTEENtH PAY MENU
TrMfiClT
>rft 1 an
1221
Br
Caloriei
j"
RECIPES
Hot Tomato Juice
Taati-DIri Tomato I*aste
,1 water
thoroughly, heat, BeaaKMa with
nl pepper, i bervlng; total cal-
;o.

Tillie Lewis Salad
|'l Lattoce IJ inches In
llami U
Ip I'.i-i -Dlel 1 'hefs IiresHlng
Thtad of lettuce in quartan f,,r
Pour dressing over lettuce
rrve immediately,
ervings; imai calories 116
Calories per 1 \ii\g 2S
|TMtiDiet Chocolat. Pig
- Tasti-ltlet Chocolate
Tnddii.g
Tuiill;, W.,f, r-
"* puddinu ."-cording to tllrec-
!'-t' K ... t t.'il, then pour
[inch pi. p.ui lineil with crushed!
asters Total calorleg 4<8;
a pie) kg,
e
Club Salad Supreme
'J*tl I'hlckt n I'.i easts
P Tasti- In. 1 iv.,... cikril
. .1
ufft-.l uiiv... -11,-ed
""'lois. ......ii,,,,, Hittf, rMeled
"i i..-t!,i, i, .impai 1 ,
I' l-'-'i-l'i'l WI111.....d .n'rcsHlne,
hi and r. aSOjT,
"er ehi.-kcii hr.-asis In 2 cups
A''' "''I. --i.....11 ,..ich oi chop-
ton and 1.1 v; salt. IfSfljbr an.l
" l""ir ning. CaaTK until
. alMHit I, ininiites. I^l cool
ninth f.n soup,
meal d,,.,. ,,, k. n breaata from
sin an i 1....... have been re-
Add iih.is, ,-elery and olives.
Willy >Hl, ....... ,,f .),!,,,.,!
l,,J*:n """..... '"to sixths, HlMlUt
I iW ,rt,:w;n "|"" llk a
L\. "' lettuce uslnc. out-
lu, ,', '"-. and fill Uh
K nn ."' "rl"nge tomato,
Krol.n '""'"' ul"' chicken aal-
C;'''1 "lalntlci- of Whip.
OIIVC. ,,.,,,. .,v|Ml.,. ,,M|
4. 1 a.01 lea per serving
[FIFTEENTH DAY MENU
1211 Calories
Breakfast
Orange Slices, 1 small .
s<.ft 1 lolled Kick. 1 _________
Shredded Wheat lliseult, 1 large
Tasti-l>iet Jelly, 1 tublesixHin
. aim Milk, ft oz.
Coffee, a desired
TOTAL
Lunch
Potato Salad* (see recipe)
1 aervng
Bllced Swiss Cheese, lyi oz.......
Sliced Tomato, 'a cup
Tasti-Dlct Tears, '-, cup
Skim Milk, s ox.
TOTAL .
Dinner
Itoasi Brae at of Veal,
(trimmed) 3 oz.
Si|uush. yellow, 4 cup
Tastl-l'iet Asparagus.
6 metlium spears
Stuffed TOmatO Salad:
TomaAo, stuffed with
mixture, 1 metlium
of Orated Carrot, \ cup
Diced iV|cr>. :' tal>Iespt>ona
idteii Qreea Pepper,
1 tahlesptton
Taatl-I>let Dlilpped Dressing,
1 tal'les|tiHin
l.eltuce, 1 large leaf
ponge Bake, 2 inch sector
Tastl-Diet l-Vult Cocktail.
Vi cup '
Coffee 01 Tea. as desiie.l
1(12
9
90
0
326
99
170
40
4'l
90
IfJ
193
17
16
j
111
TWENTIETH DAY MENU
122S Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Taall-Dlft Grapefruit sections.
' OUP 40'
Cooked Cereal,';, ,,,, ,-ta.ked .. 100
with nalsiris. 2 talrlesiioons _.. _. 58
Hklm Milk, M cap ............. 4;,
Cracked Wheat Toast. 1 slice ...... C5
Tastl-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon .._ 9
Skim Milk. 8 or ........ an
Coffee, as desin ,1 's
TOTAL "ioT
Lunch
licet Soup, 1 cup 100
Salmon si*iatl Plate:
Salmon (dra.....d ..f oil), 3 oz. .. 1S6
lettuce, 2 large leaves .........._ 5
Tomato, ., medium ..... 15
Radishes, ft small 1
Tastl-DittChel's Dressing,
1 tablc*|ioon 16
Tastl-Diet Cuatard 1'uddlng,
!'j cup If
gWxfl Milk, 8 oz................. 9
TOTAL ~420
Dinner
toiled ru-ef (very lean), 3 oz. 1 Mi
with Horseradish, taweapoona 10
steamed Brown Rice, '- cup inn
SLtaill, ti ICrot till. [ : imp
To**r(l Uri en SalnW^
betrnce, Kndlvc, Romalne.
14 cups
Tastl-Diet Whipped Dressing,
1 lal>les|mon
Tastl-Diet Cherries, 'i cup ... 60
Coffee or Tea. as tlesiuel 0
Syria Reports Arkged
Concentration of Troops
LONDON (J*|A) A Beirut re-
port to the British pr'ess here said
that Syria has complained to Brit-
ain. Franf* the United States
sisnato||iu of fit \99t Tri-Par-
tite Declaration guanmtceing the
present borders of Israel and the
Arab countries ~,.auJJn.st alleged
"concentrations of Israeli troops"
Z0A Leaders Convene to
Discuss Future of Zionism
NEW YORK (JTA) The future
role and functions of the Zionist
Organization as a decisive force in
the building and safeguarding of
the State of Israel and as an instru-
ment for cultural survival of the
Jewish tpeople everywhere, were
stressed here by Rabbi Irving Mil-
ler, president of the Zionist Or-
on the Syrian-Israel .frontier. News- ganization 0f America and chair-
papers here also carried a dispatch j man 0f tj,e American Zionist Ppun-
stating that the Lebanese Foreign
Minister has denied reports that
Israel had allegedly massed troops
on the Lebanon-Israel frontier.

20
TOTAL ..............
DAY'S TOTAL
404
122d
TOTAL
DAY'S TOTAL
1221
EIGHTEENTH DAY MENU
1168 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
31
1110
TWENTY-FIRST DAY MENU
1169 Calories
Calories
Orange Juice, I oz........................... 50
Scrambled En. 1 .... 75
prepared with I'.uttci.
1 teaspoon 35
Whole Wheat Toast, 1 thinVlice 65
Tastl-Diet Jelly, 1 tablespoon ...... *
Skim Milk. S oz. .. 80
Coffee, as desired .......................... 0
Cabinet Appro** Budget
ImieuK; I tvMfft Retained
JERtf!Abfl HffA) The Is-
rael CaWffet has |jRm,ved ., 17.
million pound increase in its cur-
rent budget. The ftfilinal budget
provided for 210 mfflMfn pounds in
expenditure. A f^^rfrfhent spokes-
man said that the Wiget remains
balanced m view of {he fact that
the additional expenses mainly
cil, and Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
former ZOA president and mem-
ber of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive. The two Bitinl*t leaders spoke
before 350 key workers and leaders
from nine ZOA Regions, assembled
at the First ZOA Area Conferencc-
on World Zionist Affairs.
TOTAL
Lunch
m
Cottage Cheese Salad, cup 1'IS
with Tasti-Diet Prune Prams,
V, cup ....... 60
LettttOS la-af, 1 large 3
Tastl-Diet Whipped Dressing.
1 teaspoon ..5
Tomato Soup, cup H
Whole Wheat Toast. 1 tliin slice 68
Tasti-Dlet Vanilla Pudding.
Vi cup ------..... 30
(made with skim Milki
with Tasti-lii.t Chocolate
Topping, 2 tablespoons .......... 8
Skim Milk. I OS. N
AJC, ADL Leave Southwest
Community Relations Council
HOUSTON (JTA) Action by
the American Jewish Committee
and the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith in announcing their
withdrawal from the Southwest
for education^ health services'and Jewish Community Relations Coun-
police are balanced by increased | cil and their intention to es,*b,'s'1
income from custom duties and I0"1 regional offices brought de-
taxes, mands that the two national agen-
cies reconsider the situation. Mar-
cus Ginsburg, chairman of the
Council, has notified the federa-
tions and community councils af-
filiated with it of receipt of no-
tice from the two agencies "that
they have decided to sever their
relationships with our organization
in 1954 and that each national
agency plans to open a functional
regional office in the Southwest."
Gerard Swope Establishes
$100,000 Fund for Students
TEL AVIV (JTA) The estab-
lishment by Gerard Swope, former
president of the General Electric
Company in the United States, of
a $100,000 fund for loans to stu-
dents of the Haifa Technion and
the Hebrew University was an-
nounced here by Dr. Karl Comp-
ton. of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. The fund will en-
able many students to pay their
tuition by securing the necessary
loans. A large number of students
in the Haifa Technion and in the
TOTAL
Dinner
111
mall
kloope. i.,
I;;:.m.jk .2 ,.,.,.,.
Calories
-' 'shlespttons,
Uilk, I .!"'" ,,,,n *
red
'"T.ti.
Lunch
^,,Hh. 6 z
". t'nV'i "mH
'"> 2 ur..uv:SAU,d
urge leave.
AflS
OJs, I ,
A I.
Dinner
l:v ..-m;.k,.,o,.
K- *V'"''"" iv.?he.~
30
150
11
35
IS
65
90
0
19S
16J
5'i
35
|f
M
465
20*
14
12
I.',
87
Tastl-Diet Peaches. '; cup
with Cold Cereal, '/} cup
Salm Milk, 1 cup
Whole U lo it Toast, 1 thin slice
Tastl-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon
Skim Milk. 4 or.
Coffee, as desired ..
TOTAL
Lunch
Baked IB, 1
With Spinach. I cup
ami American Cheese, Vi or. .
Cracked Wheat Bread,
1 thin slice
Cut umber Salhil:
Cucumber, 'i medium
lettuce. 2 lailtc leaves
Tastl-Diet Whipped Di
I teaspoon
Snow Crtam* isee ret'ip*),
1 serving
Skim Milk. I oz.
ti
65
9
Mil
0
3S.-.
.' 1
|3
TOTAL
:!7*
Dinner
Hamburger. 3 os.
1 asti- i.iei Corn, yellow
bole "kernel, "1 <\<
Tasti-Dlet Tomatoes, U 'U|>
Orange ami rsnapefruit Salad:
Tasti-DIrl flra|iefrult
sections, ', cup .
11.1 nge sections, fresh, 'i cup
Lettuce Leaf, 1 huge
Tastl-Hiei Chef's Difssii
Ing.
1 tablespoon
Tasti-Dlet Plums, 'j cui>
Co/fee, as rVanlieil
1ST
lllll
13
TOTAL
DAY'S TOTAL
1163
Till'A I.
65
9
9n
0
114
SO
130
NINTEENTH DAY MENU
1142 Calories
Breakfast
Calories
Oran-e Juice, '.- cup '"
Hot Cereal. cup. cooked '
\\ bob When I Toast, 1 thin slice
Jastl-Dlet Jelly, I iahlcs|..,.,n
klm .Milk. os
Coffee, as desiictl
Lunch
Hot Tomato lui' *
fsee r.ilpe). I cup
Deviled Kgg Sandwich:
Hnatl, whole wheat
2 thin slices
Kax. hanl cooked, 1
Tastl-I'iel W'ii|.p.il Drei
1 tablespoon
Lettuce I large It av. s
Tastl-Db 1 Chtiro s, tap
Chocolate Snape. --man
bairn Milk, s oz
TOTAL **?*
Dinner
Broiled niet of fhoiinder. oz.
with Lemon, '
and Parsley, mlm-ed.
2 tablfsiMnwie
Stemiie.1 Spinach. '. "
Make'* ivoa't* 1 me.ilnm
flyc Bread, 1 thin slice
Tossed tii.-in .v.
Letlui Ilomame
Broiled Liver, t t.z. ..... i6n
with TaaU-DUl Tomatoes,
1 clip' >"
Tastl-Diet Corn, yellow, ''. cup 100
Tastl-Diet string Beans, 1 cup IS
Vegetable Salad:
Diced Celery, Carrot, Qreea
Pepper, Cucumber antl Cabbage
With '- teaspoon Kiattil Onion
and 1 tables|sion Tastl-Diet
Whlppetl Dressing, '1 cup ......- 14
Tastl-Diet Apricots. '_ cup
Vanilla Wafers, small
Coffee in Tea, as desired
TOTA L
DAYS TOTAL
t.'il
1169
Hi
*gf
117
4
I
RECIPES
Spiced Peaches
2 Tastl-Dlel Peach Halves
It Whole Cloves
', cup litpiitl fi.nn Teaches
Place peaches In small can. round-
ed side. Stick 6 cloves in each hair.
Pour llt(uid over P.nke or broil :'ii
minutes. Scr\e hot. 1 serving; total
calories 45.
Dietetic Potato Salad
4 cups lloilctl P '.alii'-, cubed cold
1 tables......n- 1 hi.011s. grated or
finel> chopped
2 tablespoons Pimento, chopped,
water packed
t* ciil' Celery, finely chopped
:> i.iiilc.~|ioon- Parsley, finely mlncecl
1 ib,1,1 Cooked Eggs, cut
, gp Taatl-Wel Whipped Dreeatagj
llh
2 tablesniHiiis Vinegar
sail antl Pepper to ta ite
Mix all Ingredients together Allow
to chill I" lefrlgerator. H inai be pro-
,,ai.,i evening before servlnjr. B>rva
on eriep salad greens Uarnlsh with
green pep|ier rings and egg slices. >
servines: total cti.,es -- TT1 Cl.nlc.
rvlng 99. ^ ^
Snow Cream
1 envtiope Tasti-i'iei Vanflla
Pudding
W, cups Skim Milk
Prepare podding according to tlire.-
,h,n, ,. package.uslnu ', |.s Sk n
Milk Sin well. Pour slowlj o\ei well-
i.eaten .-gg lo arhlch pinch o mil has
, ,,,!,.,! cook In doubli
|'l":;;l,,e thicken. Remove fnaa
cms.. poUf Hit" "'"lils and hill until
flrrn 4 servings, total calorics He.
Calories per serving **
Hot Tomato Juice
i, up Tastl-Diet Tomato Paste
Mu'thoeoeibiy, heat. ---"".*Jg
-alt and pepp.-r 1 serving, f'al .sl-
ot ies 50
Additional copies of the Tillie^
jLewl* 21-day diet may be ob- ,
Xtained by writing to The Jewish .
\Floridian, P. O. Box 2973. Miami
\li. Florida.
their studies.
Warburg Issues Call to US
Jewry for Gifts to Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) With the
Festival of Purim over and separat-
ed by only four weeks from the
Hebrew UnTversity'find it "difficult | Festival of Passover, the United
to raise sufficient funds to finance, Jewish Appeal has called on Amer-
ican Jews to mark this period of
Judaism's freedom holidays with
an outpouring of contributions in
behalf of the UJA's 1954 "freedom-
serving" campaign. Edward M. M.
Warburg, general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, pointed out
that "the Purim and Passover holi-
days are among the oldest freedom
festivals in the world" and said
that "the UJA regards this period
as uniquely appropriate for a re-
Jews in Holland Seek Return
Of Girl Held by Catholics
THE HAGUE (JTA) The
Board of Jewish Communities in
Holland has addressed an appeal to
the archbishops of Belgium and
Holland urging their intervention
in search for a Jewish girl believed
to be hidden by Roman Catholic
authorities. The girl, Anneke Beek- dedication to_the '"fto stir.?p-
man, who is 13 years old. was resented by the 1954 campaig:
whisked away from a Roman Cath-
olic boarding school near Banneaux
just a few minutes before detec-
tives arrived. Miss Beekman is one
of two Jewish war orphans cared
for in non-Jewish homes.
US Zionist Groups Establish
Central Office in Washington
NEW YORK (JTA) The na-
tional Zionist organizations in the
United States have established a
committee to be known as the
American Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs, with headquarters
in Washington. The committee will
"conduct and direct public action
on behalf of the American Zionist
movement, bearing upon relations
with governmental authorities,
with a view to maintaining and im-
proving friendship and good will
between the United States and Is-
rael."
Israel Cabinet Member
Received by Chilean President
SANTIAGO (JTA) Chilean
President Ibanez, received Dr. Jos-
eph Burf, Israel Minister of Posts,
Telegraph and Telephones, in a
half-hour audience during which
they discussed Israel-Chilean rela-
tions. Later, Dr. Burg, who is tour-
ing Latin America in behalf of the
Israel Bond Drive, inaugurated a
bond sales campaign at a banquet
in the city's leading hotel. The Is-
rael Legation also gave a reception
for Dr. Burg which was attended
by members of the diplomatic
corps led by the Papal Nuncio and
mcmbers'of the Chilean govern-
ment.
ADL Officials Leave for
Germany to Study Conditions
NEW YORK (JTA) Three of-
ficials of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith left by plane
here for Germany, at the invitation
of the West German Government,
to study conditions affecting JeWs.
They will join a party of 24 other
Americans who are making a four-
week tour of Germany as guests of
the Bonn Government to study cul-
tural and industrial life there.
"Brotherhood Week"
Started in Germany
FRANKFURT (JTA) The an-
nual observance of "Brotherhood
Week," a concept which the Ger-
man Societies for Christian-Jewish
Cooperation adapted from the Am-
erican model, was inaugurated in
a dozen German cities. As in pre-
vious years, F-.-deral President The-
odor Heuss has accepted the
protectorate over "Brotherhood
Week."
Blast at Zionism Marks
Czech Observance
LONDON (WNS)President An-
tonin Zapotocky of Czechoslovakia,
addressing the nation on the sixth
anniversary of the establishment
of the Communist regime in Czech-
oslovakia, gloated that his country
had been able to "settle accounts
with all vestiges of Slanskyism"
and appealed for relentless war
against Zionism, social democracy
and bourgeois nationalism, accord-
ing to a Prague radio broadcast.


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American Notables... Moses Michael Hays: The Jew of 1798
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
{Harry Simonhotl's column, constituting a series entitled,
American Notables, is being published by The Jewish floridimn
os mart of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in
the United States.-The Iditors.'
A week after the Declaration of Independence had been
.signed/several members of the Rhode Island General As-
sembly met at Newport. Tbey were there to receive sworn
signatures to the Test of Loyalty demanded of 77 Ameri-
cans suspected of pro-British sympathies. Moses Michael
Hays refused to subscribe his name to the declaration.
Ironically, with him patriotism was so fervent that he
resented anyone questioning his loyalty to America.
Before a large gathering. Hays demanded the right to
confront his accusers and hear their charges. Avowing
deep attachment for his native land and approving the
war, he pledged allegiance to the government, obedience
of its laws, and willingness to pay his proportion of its
demands. Then boldly he threw down his own challenge.
Why a Test of Loyalty wi.hout a corresponding right to
vote? Neither the ConUne.ua; Congress nor the Legisla-
tures of the various colonies h,.J taken any notice of ex-
isting religious restrictions against the "Society of Israel-
ites."
Ancient Regime
Today such outspoken demands appear quite normal.
But in 1776 the rights of man were yet to be recognized.
A German king was selling his able bodied Hessians to
George HI at S50 a head for cannon fodder in the Amer-
ican war*. In France crops could be destroyed by aristo-
cratic huntsmen, without compensation to the starving
farmers; yet if a peasant poached on the game preserve
of his betters, he was shot without the semblance of a
trial for the murderer. Poland, partitioned in 1772 among
three royal banditti, law its Christiana and Jews pillaged
and oppressed. Enlightened Frederick the Great restricted
to Jews in Prussia their risht to trade and labor, of tranvit
and marriage. Squalid ghettos, locked each night and
holiday, lingered on century after century in the cities of
Germany and Italy. AyainM thdt world of absolute mon-
archy, of feudal prerogative and clerical tyranny the
words of Moses Michael Hays resound in dignified protest
and reflect the growing self respect ot Jews awakening
from the nightmare of millennial persecutions.
One of six brothers, Judah Hays came (mm Holland;
in 1739 his son, Moses, was born, probably in New York.
Moses Michael first mastered watchmaking and then start-
ed trading. The amazing success of Aaron Lopez drew
ambitious youth to Newport. Emulating Lopez as the ideal
merchant. Moses aspired to importing and exporting. With
Meyer Polock a partner, he succeeded in building and out-
fitting a ship.
The "Mary" started for Amsterdam, sprung a leak, and
returned for repairs. Five days later, the boat ran into a
tropical hurricane, labored through 27 hours of terrific
wind, lost two topmasts, sprang a leak for the second
time, yet somehow managed to hobble back to Newport,
with the pump never stopping a moment. It took nine
days to restore the brigantine. The captain would take
no further chances. He anchored the boat off an island
and secured its mooring with cables. While waiting for
good weather and proper winds, a twister blew up a storm
such as no one ever remembered. The "Mary" was cast
ashore, its cargo ruined, and the crew thankful to save
their lives. The disaster bankrupted both partners and
threw them into the debtors' prison.
After his courageous stand, none dared ever again to
question the loyalty of Hays. During the British occtrp*'-
tion of Newport, he seeks refuge in Philadelphia. Everttop
ally settling in Boston, he prospers in the insurance bust:
ness. He is also active in large scale merchandising, in
exporting and money lending. He joins a group which
establishes an iron foundry and is an organizer of fhe
PfllchllSSttl Bank, today the First National Bank of
Boston. Evidently a man of business acumen, he corre-
sponds with Robert Morris, the famous financier of the
Revolution, about taxation, finances, and the creation of
a sound monetary system. In 1798 his name appears on
the petition for a charter of the Massachusetts Mutual Fire
Insurance Company, a pioneer venture in Boston.
Hays moved in the best society. He enjoyed the esteem
of I S Senator Harrison G. Otis, son of James Otis, pa-
triot of the Revolution. He was visited by Thomas H.
Perkins, pioneer of American railroads. Robert Treat
Payne, son of a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
wrote his epitaph in sonnet form, which appeared in the
Boston Sentinal. Ezra Styles. President of Yale, mentions
Beys in his diary. Rev. Samuel J. May, a prominent Uni-
tarian, left a friendly account of the cw
tween their respective families >tim*yj
The political aspirations of Moses H
satisfied. His inability to win an election *"* H
attributed to affiliation with the consmTtiv?^
rapidly in decline before the triumphant 1
Jefferson Republicans. Hays was read ,,"*
business to his son for the Federal post of rvT"
Port of NPonnrt H- .na .. LPSI 0f CoHeeti
more i
War Henry Knox. and wrote to President'i"?
Evidently there were numerous office seek.*
serving or in far greater need. Nothing can. V
litical or office holding ambitions ""**
Political disappointments were, however I
quited with high honors in Freemasonrv Thi 3*J
Moses Michael Hays hangs today in the Masonic
of Boston. During the colonial period he held i
positions in the order. As Grand Master of the l
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, he was |an9L
mental in bringing the "Ancient dcWpted Snnulii
into the U.S. The eleven deputies he appointed
high powers in the lodges of different states
No criticism can be leveled at the ethical oat.
Masonry. But fraternal orders have succeeded nTJ
than religion in transforming human nature Lft,|
1 Wurmms, Masons have also been known to harbor
Jewish bias. Not without surprise, do we see Han
to theitop leadership in the 18th century when Mat,
traded the elite. Many Gentiles were envious of Hi
ordinary powers. After his death, considerable e
was voiced by the discontented opposition. His di
however, stood and all powers and titles traced
his appointees in the Scottish Rite remain app
Masonic history.
Like most of his contemporaries. Hays exhibits!
attachment to his own religion. With patriarcM
lty. he instilled in his family circle devotion to l_
yet respect for the faiths of others. Philanthropy
patriotism were taught by precept and example T
however, a flaw that mars the record of an ot_
upright and humane character. A foolish prejudw
him act with the cruelty of a despot. An absurd
that marriage between cousins is harmful caused
ruin the lives of his daughter Catherine and his
Judah Touro.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
r
4

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening tan
ices at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Jew
i~h Youth Sabbath Kadimah. Beth
David. Ben Zvi and Hatik\.,h
Young Jsaia< Chapters will
Rabbi Morn- Skop. Participating
Miriam Scheinberi!. Susie Am-
berson, Elsa Levkk, Arthur Ales
ander, Jack Becker. Eleanon S
loff. Dick Raymer, Sandra Schrei-
dell. Dolor.- Chernoff, Michael
r. Judy Flashman. Hyman In-
Beck,
and Marilyn D
The S
at Mr-
' urn, reprt
h Women.
will bring i mtor Irvine
Robinson will render the musical
portion- oi the liturgy. Robert
Strassburg leads the (enter < nolr
Edward Glickman. son of Mr and
Mrs Franklin Glickman. 4235 SW
2nd Terrace, will become Bar Hits-
van during Saturday morning Serv-
ian at 10:30 a.m.
__
HEBREW ACADEMY will holt!
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will deliver a sermon on the topic:
Recognizing the Pure Mincha is
at 8 p.m., foHowed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8,30 a.m.. when Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will officiate and
discuss: "Youth at the Altar." Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten will render
the musical portions of the liturgv.
Junior services are at 9 a.m., un-
der the direction of Benjamin Ka-
minetzky. Kiddush served by the
Sisterhood will follow. Mincha is
at 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
concluding the Sabbath observance.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on
the Weekly Portion. A daily lecture
series on Jewish laws and customs
is given by the Rabbi between the
9 and 6:30 p.m. services. Daily
morning services are at 8 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim offi-
ciating Subject of his sermon is
scheduled as: 'The Torah on Peace
and War." Mrs. Marilyn Chernow
Will be hostess at the Oneg Shab-
bat following in memory of her
late husband. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m.. when Rev.
Heim will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion and chant the liturgy. Daily
services are in the chapel at 7:30
a in

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p m Lete services are at 8:30;
p.m.. conducted hy Rabbi Alfred I
in and assisted b> the ("en-
ter Choir. Subject of the sermon is
lied i- Dietary LawsFood
for Thought." The Oneg Sfa
ring will Ik- sponsored by Mr
and Mrs. David MarkoviU in honor
of the Bar Mitzvafa of tbei
dated to take place during
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at
6 p.m. Maanv and a lecture on the
Weekhr Portion will conclude the
Sabbath.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and discuss: The Ten
CommandmentsTheir Origin. His
tory and Influence on Man." Jef-
frey White, son of Dr and Mrs. Ed-
ward White, will become Bar Mitz
vah during the service. Cantor Ja
cob Bornstein will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
rnday evening services at 6 p.m
Rabbi Morton Malavskv will offi-
cate durine late services and I
preach on the topic: "Four Sab-l
baths Before Passover" Cantor'
Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. Mr
and Mrs. Meyer Stussman will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat following in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their
son. Gerald Jay. scheduled during
Saturday morning services at 8 15
a.m. Rabbi Malavskv will officiate
and deliver the sermon. Mincha is
at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p n-
with Rabbi Max M. Landman offi-
ciating. The Rabbi will speak on-
"Faith versus Success." An Oneg
Shabbat will follow, sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flaunt, in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary, and by Mrs. Beatrice Benes.
in honor of her birthday. Early
evening services will be held at
5:45 p.m.. conducted by Rev. Ru-
dolf E. Brill. Saturday services will
begin at 9 a.m. The topic of the
Rabbi's sermon will be: "A Con-
die in the Window." At 11 a.m.,
the junior congregation will hold
services in the Maloff Room. Sun-
day services are held at 9 a.m.
and daily at 7 am.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8;15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
preach on the topic: "Isaac Mayer
and Stephen Samuel." Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 am",
when Edward Ronald, son of Mr
and Mr- Lewis 1. Loch, 425 Ka-t
Di Lido Drive. fil| become Bar
h Cantor Samuel Kelenier
inu-ical portion- of
the liturgy.
*
TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood,
will hold late Friday evening ten
ices at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will
be Dr Kurt Peiser. director of the
Food Fair Foundation. Subject of
his talk is scheduled as: "Three
Hundred Years of American Jew-
ish Life." Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate Cantor Joseph W. Malek
will rendeTthe musical portions of
the liturgy assisted by the Temple
Choir under the, direction of Rev
Mordechai Haalnfan. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be spon-
sored by Mr and Mrs. Max Cohen
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Daily services
are at 9 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen
ry Okohra officiating and preach
B n 'k? ,opic: "SPirit." Cantor
Maurice Neu will render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy, assisted
by the Center Combined Choir Mr
and Mrs. Abraham Levine will be
honored at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
CATION will hold Friday ew|"f
ervices at 5:30 p.m. Saturda?
morning services are at 9 a.m. At
tin(late Friday evening service
Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will pre.ch
?nc? Pcu "'PurUy ud Holiness."
An Oneg Shabbat will follow

TIPERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER will holdF J
evening services at 8:30 p.m., 5
Rabb, Louis Cassel officiating and
assisted by Cantor Albert Gl.ntz
Rabbi Cassel will preach on the
topic. 'Poetry of Jewish Living."
An Oneg Shabbat. tendered by the
Sisterhood, will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9 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.. when Rabbi
| Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and speak on the topic: "On See-
ing the Invisible." A class in Tal-
mud by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitg is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will
be at 8:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Cantor Nathan Zeichner
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
sea
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold the last in the winter serie-
of late services on Friday evening
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the choir under
the direction of Miriam Donner-
stag. Louis Gadon. president of the
Hebrew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami, will bring greet-
ings. Subject of the Rabbi's ser-
mon is scheduled as: "Judaism
Must Be Hebraic." Saturday morn-
ing services are at 0 a.m., when
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning serviceav-at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
moixing services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Isaac Ever will offi-
ciate. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Kane. 6949 Abbott Avenue, will
become Bar Mitzvah. At 5:30 p.m.,
the Rabbi will conduct a class in
laws and customs of Passover.
Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.,
followed by Maanv Daily services
are at 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday ,
evening services at 6 p m. Saturday I
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Sigma Rho will officiate. Rah-'
bi Simon April will discuss: "Loy-1
alty/' Cantor Berele Kelemer will j
render the musical portions of the |
liturgy. A class in Mishna is sched I
uled for 4:30 p.m.. followed by
Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7i30 am. and 6:15
p.m.
Both l-I Sthpdi
Siyum Sunday
Chevra Shas of Cong
Beth El will hold a Siyum oa1
tate Kidushin on Sunday eti
The function will include
elaborate dinner,' sccordiajj
Rabbi Shmaryahu Stir
itual leader.
Principal addresses will *\
livered by Rabbi Swirsky asil
bi Samuel Krolowitz. Canter 1
than Zeichner will render tin I
sical portions of the program
Chairman of the event is J
Werblin. Assisting art
Shwiller. Harr> ; .Itlberg. Ah
Roeenber singer udlj
rice Bekhaus.
Magic Show Plannnd .
Teen Age dub of North Dede
Jewish Center will give a benefit
magic show on Saturday, April 3rd.
Thornton, the magician, will be as-
sisted by Richard Henninger.
Carter Seek* *
Surreal Sell
JeiTy W. Carter announced**
he will be a candidate '"*$
tion to the Florida H8""**.?;!
Public Utilities Commistloo *
May Desaocratic primaries.
The w1
rommiai
former N*
Democratic'
mitteemM (.
Florid*. f
will VOW
the near "
He Pl*?
usual esnjajfj
he said, ff*1
ing of PjWJl
speaking WM
the State, swa
ing nWld'1!i?
places where he can meet_<*
more citisens. and conducts,
vigorous letter-writing FJ
Jerry, as he is famiiurlyljyp
throughout Florida, W""^
the Railroad Commiwon
1935. In the 1934 pnm"i
fe.ted five other ^*rf
eluding the incumbent a-jj
sioner, and in the ^.^1
.ince then has ^n $
tncreasinfty Urge majon
the first primary Bn|
Carter theih* '. ,*l
famous Southern Gc*tno ^s
Case, which resulted gl
downward revision of Tpm*l
for II* South andtrtK* P^j
freight rate. or. SouU*Iyt
factored producU on*^^
similar rates from and w>
peddler st the age of ^^
Florida at ana: *f?frt*i
Mr. Carter, "* ^Se^ I
the parents of """%** *iI
whom attended the U"""
Haiti**, and Itortin. W^ jj
only man In** 'W'
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^IDAY, MARCH 26, 1954
+J4*lsbfk>rldton
PAGE 11 B
Ucheon Results
o be Studied
TW Women's Division of the
nmbin-l ^^ AP**8' .WJH ,sal-
"mj,' ..." workers at an "Evalua-
on Breakfast" on Monday. March
ih lua.m., at the home of Mrs.
Sg Lehrman. 2925 Flamingo
furs Morris Alpert, chairman of
suw-s-ful "Luncheon Unhm-
has extended invitations to
rkers for the purpose of study-
, and analyzing the results of the
ss fund raising event held at
. Miami Beach Auditorium last
ek The affair was responsible
, raising $35,000 towards the
.'omen's Division goal of $165,000.
{According to Mrs. Alpert, special
Uute will be extended to a group
women serving under Mrs.
jiur Burrell, chairman of the
federation workshops preceding
record br#Jsiftg. luncheon af-
Singled out for special com-
pilation for outstanding work
the recent fund raising function DauqhtOr O. Israel
. the Me.sdames Philip Lefkowitz,
I. Abe Durbin,
Lefkowitz,
satrice Haber, Esther Cohen,
uth Greenberg, Benjamin Kohl,
jdie Bennett, Charles Oppenheim,
(athan Slome, Edna Heller, Harry
liller. Charles J. Courshon and
fdele Miller.
Also attending will be Mrs. Jack
Ik. Ablin, co-chairman of the CJA
V'cmen's Division.
Education News
Appears Here
First edition of Education News,
a monthly published by the Bureau
of Jewish Education, made its ap-
pearance this week.
Education News contains head-
lines of the activities of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education, news of
the activities of Jewish schools of
Greater Miami and a special sec-
tion devoted to Jewish teachers un-
der the heading of Observations.
Observations includes the notes
of the executive director of the
Bureau from actual classroom situ-
ations observed during the execu-
tive's scheduled trips to the Jew-
ish schools, giving comments and
recommendations.
Headlines of the front page of
Education News features the ex-
tensive intraining program of the
Bureau of Jewish Education for
Sunday and Hebrew, school teah-
ers.
Louis Schwartzman and Herbert
Berger edit the bulletin.
Judge Kaymond Nathan

lusical Parodied
i Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah ,
Li its regular meeting on Tues- the committee.
lay at the Coral Gables Jewish
penter. The program was a parody
the Rodgers and Hammerstcin
mi.-ical 'The King and I." In the
program were: narrator Elaine
chwartzman: Esther Ona Kap-
Haman Mryna Wasserman;
iordechai Sandra Frogle; and
ICing AhasuarusMariana Kliva-
now. Carol Kahn was accompanist.
Honor Mrs. Kagan
A luncheon honoring Mrs. Chaim
Meyer Kagaag president of the or-
ganization, will be held by the
Daughters of Israel on Tuesday,
March 30th, 1 p.m., at the Edwards
Hotel.
Dedicated to the maintenance of
the Greater Miami Ritualarium, the
organization has been in existence
for the past eight years.
A program including cantorial
selections has been arranged by
is
Gables Women to Meet
A hot plate luncheon and card i
party will be sponsored by the'
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gab-
les on March 30th, 12:30 p.m., at
the Coral Gables Women's Club,
1001 East Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Mrs. Al Gold is chairman, and Mrs.
Lester Saal is co-chairman.
Nathan Seeks to
Retain Seat
Judge Raymond G. Nathan
seeking to retain his seat on Dade
County's small claims court bench.
The Judge's father was Mayor
of North Miami in 1931, and was
listed in "Who's Who in American
Jewry." Before Judge Nathan was
appointed to the bench, he was
active in community and civic af-
fairs through the Jaycees and other
local organizations, his supporters
indicated this week. He was an offi-
cer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
and vice president of the American
Jewish Congress.
Judge Nathan has been a resi-
dent of Miami for 33 years. He is a
graduate of Miami Edison, Uni-
versity of Florida undergraduate
school and University of Miami
Law School.
During the last year, Judge
Nathan has heard more than 8,000
cases, sometimes handling as many
as 50 to 60 a day.
"The court has saved the people
of this county more thousands of
dollars by reducing the cost of
bringing a case and by expediting
cases so there is no needless wait-
ing and loss of income," Judge
Raymond said. "Formerly, some
cases waited as long as a year and
a half now, the court hears them in
a matter of weeks."
Judge Nathan pointed out that
his court serves the entire county
and that people can vote for him
no matter where they live in the
county or in any municipality.
IN THE MAIL
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I wantato thank you for the edi-
torial. "Mortgage is Burned,"
which appeared in The Jewish
Floridian last week. This ceremony
of burning the mortgage was a very
important milestone in the history
of Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter.
Lest there be any misconception,
1 would like to say thai ihe lay
leaders of our synagogue and the
men and women of our congrega-
tion deserve all the credit for what-
ever progress has been made thus
far. It was mainly due to the in-
defatiguable work of several men
and women who had the farsight-
edness to see the need for a syna-
gogue and center in this area.
Your editorial was a tribute to
them which they well deserved. It
also proves that your newspaper is
prepared to give recognition to
those who are making worthwhile
contributions towards the enhance-
ment of the Jewish community in
our city.
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel
Our Readers Get
This Calendar Freel
All Hebrew And English Dates
For 24 Years, 1931 To 1955. Yahr-
zeit And Bar Mitzvah Dates At
A Glance!
Mayor Herrell to Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
be held on Tuesday, March 30th,
12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel.
Mayor William Cliff Herrell, of Mi
ami Springs, will be guest speaker.
The new edition of the calendar!
All Hebrew and English dates
from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish
holidays to 1964. ,
ThU publication has arranged with one of
our advertiser* to secure for our readers
thia latest edition of the famous 24-Yaar
Calendar at no coat. Kor a free copy, just
write a post-card or letter to:
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Mr. M. Mrs. H.rry fit Ids
Mr and Mrs. Harry Fields, of
11600 Collins Avenue, and owners
and operators of Fieldston Elevator
Apartments, 1358 Pennsylvania Av-
enue, held a Purim Party Saturday
| evening for some 100 guests and
friends at the Fieldston. Previous-
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Fields were hosts
at a Chanukah party and a turkey
dinner New Year's Eve party in
the Fieldston.
Geismar Speaks
Siegfried Geismar, retired attor-
ney, Miami Beach civic leader and
social worker, will be guest speaker
on Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p.m.,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on
the lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son, 11th Street and
Ocean Court. Geismar will speak
on "The Gentle Art of Cross-Ex-
amination." Irving Strauss, artist,
will preside.
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Adventure Writers Slated For Florida Author Night
The Miami Public Library will
present its Florida Author Night i
on April 1st. at 8:30 p.m. John D. ;
MacDonald. who writes mystery
and science fiction. Larry Ho'den '
and Richard E. Glendinning. Jr..
authors of adventure Stories, will
speak.
MacDonald was educated at the
University of Pennsylvania, Syra
ease University and Uk Harvard
Graduate School. He ha.- written
such mystery -torie< as Murder
for th? Bride." "Dead bow I
and science fiction men
oi the Dreamer- and the "Ball
Room of the Srk -
i Holden. who went to Rutg i
Columbia Universities, ha- written
many adventure stories including
"Hideout, sn 1 Rase sra" and
. Never Ends," the last two
written under h. pen BUM Fred-
t nek Loreni
Ddinnini WM educated :.t
Dartmouth Before he began con-
centrating on writinr. he worked
on Vogue Va'jnie and was associ-
ate editor of Country Life Maga-
zine.
His novels include sever*] paper-
Terror in the Sun."
and two which will be published
in I ..; 'Retreat Into the Night"
!.:ve."
Steinmetz Story Slfl
Jewish Family Pr0gran,
"t the storv i s3Sy
urday evening. 6 p.m.. _
WMIE. In,hef,turerol^
Pn.cher. The tenth comm,"J
will be discussed by rtabbUi
Skop and Alfred Waxmanon,
day during the program.
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-JenlsHhridttati
PAGE 13 B
jdeis Friends Set Stage for Dinner
Di Lido; Dr. Sachar to be Speaker
i Abram L. Sachar, president
Lmicis university in Waltha.n
Bchux'.t, will be Principal
TL at a meeting of the Miami
Bs of Brandeis Iniversity to
held on Thursday. April 1st,
inm at the Delano Hotel.
LnGaines and Ben Danbaum
u community leaders, will
Je as co-chairmen of the eve-
affair.
bw in its i*"1 academic year,
bdeis iniversity is located on
Aacrr campus near Boston, and
[op^-ne.l in 1!M8 as the first non-
arian institution of higher
ning in the Western Hemis-
letfbc founded by the Amen-
[jewish ((immunity.
Lthor, eduratdypd scholar
I Sachar servelWr director of
National Hillel Foundations be-
[Hjnraing the Brandeis presi-
fcy in 1948. Earlier he served as
ember of the history faculty of
|Univer>itv of Illinois. His au-
litativc text. "A History of the
V" is now in its 15th printing.
it present. Brandeis numbers
1 undergraduate body of 867
men and women and has cn-
ed 40 students in its new Grad-
Schrml of Arts and Sciences.
hex Lerner is chairman of the
juate School, which offers ad-
fed degrees in Chemistry, Mum-
Composition, Near Eastern and
Lie Studies, and Psychology.
Ichar received his undergradu
[education at Washington Uni-
Liy and pursued graduate study
[three years at Cambridge Uni-
German Academy Honors
Three Jewish Scientists
MUNICH (WNSi Three of the
14 foreign scientists who were ap-
pointed this week to the Bavarian
Academy of Science are Jews, it
was revealed when the list was
made public. Among the Jewish
appointees are Professor Otto Lewi,
winner of the 1936 Nobel Prize in
phisiology, now a resident of New
York, and two Budapest mathema-
ticians. Leopold Feier and Freder-
ick Ries.
for youd&assover
ible
Dr. Abram L. Sachar
Isloo Honored
For Content Work
The presentation banner, "See
America First^ made by Mabel
Davis of the \ejpwien's Division, Ho-
tel Greeters or America, was pre
sented to Louis Esloe at the Lord
Tarleton Hotel here for his out-
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tional slogan, by Leo Ethier. chair
man of the Board of Governors.
Esloe. who is vice president of
the Hotel Greeters of America.
Tropical ( barter No. 19 of South
Florida, and regional director of
the "See America First" program,
has just completed the third an-
nual state wide essay contest, and
ity in England. He is the recip- j wmners wi]i be made some time
of honorary degrees from five
ersilies. including the degree |in *Pr"
Over 2.800 contestants partici-
pated throughout Florida A na-
tional "See America First Week"
bill has been presented by Louis
Esloe to Congress and with the co-
operation of Florida Senator
George Smathers.
Doctor of Humanities from II-
ki- Wesleyan Iniversity in trib-
[to the impact he made on Chris-
students who attended the
Iversity of Illinois and were in-
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S^A^MARCHtt
JNF Council Reports
Jewish National Fund Council of
South Florida this week t%
Ka report on "Tu B'Shvat" tree
sales by children of the Religious
8cb >ola "t Greater Miami.
Kabbi Moses Mescheloff, |
dent, declared that a number oJ
schools had not yet been heard
from. The final total was antici-
pated to be MiilKii'nt for the plan:
ing of a forest of 1,000 trees in I>
rael in the name of the Jewish chil-
dren of Greater Miami.
The Hebrew Academy of Greater;
On Local Tree Sales
Miami lead- the li-t with the pur
chase ol >'- tree-, followed by
I with 144
Beth Jacob. 101
:.ihles
b Center, 44. Miami Hebrew
i
28, Zamora Jewish I
15. Tifereth Israel, 14 and
Jewish Center. 12.
Ten trees or m pur-
chased !>> -lack Attia-. Norman Gel.
her. Sandra Seinfeld. Howard Pas-
ternack. Fred Cola**, Daniel Mit-
inik. Norman Shwedoek. Sol Hern-
stein. James Dublin. Nathaniel
Laoer, Jerrj s. levin, Michael lie-
men Teitelbaum, Lester
; rtel, Dunn
Jr., Arthur Spoiler. Faith
dlan, JM
Katz, Vickie Mechanic, I
and Ann
llin.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Solomon Lichter displays a painting by her daughter,
Parn, to Miss Dolores Levine. Miami Beach High School, un-
der the direction of Irving Katz and Mrs. Muriel Rash, is hold-
ing weekly displays oi student activities in the lobby of the
main office at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association. Mrs. Lichter and Miss Levine are customer rep-
resentatives.
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8:30
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HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 30765-B
1
|i sI'oFI ,Kl. IV i I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
li v-
tgainsl M

ni an)
" '"
b >\.- against tlM
( FRED 8POFFORD
,:, County, KI'Tida. to
FRANK B. DOWLING,
Count) da Couatjr, and
i in- office In the
Count) Courthouat In Dad< County,
li ndar months
from the date "f the first publication
a demands to
' the claim-
ant an ''in to and present! 'I
a II be barred.
ll'n of the 1S33 Pndiate
V
Date M rch li A.D ISM.
BARB M: v UP" FFORD,
\- Administratrix of the
, ..f
FRED KPOf FORD, I'
P.ATM IN .v IT1IIG
Attorned for the Administratrix
3. 26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
DA IN CHANCERY. No. 167463
i'.i.i iRI \ i -w ill Alt. Plaintiff
wn.i.iwf i iWCHAR, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO WILLIAM Wi'HAR
I' I i \ -
\ \. m York
Yi .1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Bill of Complaint f..r I >iv..r.e
hai been filed asalnat rou In the
eittltlad naiiaa anil you are
hereby notified b opy of your
to Ui. Hill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the orlg-
Inal In the office of th.- Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
da] of April, 1864; otherwise, a De-
er, e Pro Confes-o will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX iRIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Rorlda, this 22nd
day of March. 1854.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PAI.I.OT. SILVER A ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Hid*;.. Miami, Ra.
3'28 4.2-8-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32435 B
In Re: ESTATE i >F
PHILIP SHLACKMAN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of rou, may have acalnst the
estate of PHILIP SHLACKMAN. ,|.-.
..a-ed late of Dnde County. Florida,
to the Hop County Judaea of l>..I.
County, and file the same In their
in the Count* Courthouse in
Hade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of
the first publication hereof Said
claims or demand* to contain the legal
art.lie-, of the claimant and to be
worn i and presented as afo
or same will be barred Bee .-
Date Man h :.". A D 1.'.
Ml iRRIfl SHLACKMAN.
Al Administrator ..f tip.
Esl -.
PHILIP SHLACKM W
- MAX R siLVKP. '" *'",
Atton ltor
s/: -
., .Ni>T-,CE T0 CREDITORS
N A^rf'ilXIV JUOOES-S COURT
i??tf.rt? FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 32422-B
In R- ESTATE OP
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Mu Marnettes Armchai
Renlck Repot is Renick Re,.,., t.
Cant P.ra.ldock Life W. Father this U V. 1-i.e
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Jackie Gleaaon Comedy Hour
S.-00 Schliti Playhouse
8:16
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8:45! *
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Doug Edwarda
Lie Theater
Burns It Allen
Rrestone Hour
Meet Millie
I
I'led waring
You Bet Life
I I Love Lucy
My Fav. Story
10.-00; Gillette Fights
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10:45 Old Time Newsreel '
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Hit Parade f What'a M. Line
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11.00 News. Weather
11:15 Topper
11:30
11:45 World Premiere
12:00
12:15
12:80
11:46 Burn Off
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167460
ian. Plaintiff
; WA1 -i <\'. i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n i MINNIE K W TM \ N
ill
V,.i NOTIFIED
Hill "f c..... m for Divorce
a in the
\ 'ii are hci e-
t of your
f Comphttni '.n
ii i file the
Clerk of
,ii ..ii or before the
27th das of April. 1854. otherwise a
: ) ..ii
Thla notice shall be published Oltce
uflve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
i oi i.i. this 22nd
laj ..i March,
l B LEATHBRMAN.
I'lerk. Circuit Court
B) Wit W. STOCKING,
I'.putv Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER A. MCLLOT
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Tol Cungreaa BuIMlns, Miami, Florida
3 26 4/2-8-16________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 167208
HARRY V H1JIKRMAN. Plaintiff.
DOROTHY K. lU'BKJtMAN.
1 >,-fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IhiRiiTHV K HI HER MAN
IS1I Suit Avenue
HrooklKB, New York
TOP AUK HEREBY WOTIFUtU
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
lias been filed against you and you
are herahj required to serve a copy
..f your Answer on the Plaint if ra At-
torney. IRVING 8TEINHARDT, 420
I in. .In Itoad. Miami lleach. Rorlda.
ami file the original In the office Of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Apill 1!., 1S.-.4, In default of
which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confaaaed b) \ou.
DATED this 11 da ol Much. 1851.
K H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By H. 11. RICE, JR.
Seal) Deputy Clerk
I 4/2-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buatneea under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY MOTEL, at 7290 8.W. 8th
Street. Intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Rorlda.
SAMIEL TL'FSHINSKY
MORTON L. BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
18 W. Flagler St
/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENT CLEANERS A LAl'NDRY, at
600 8.W. 1st Avenue, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Rorlda
I SI Don HERSKOVFITZ
HARRY HERSKOWITZ
AARON HERSKOWITZ
MAX SILVER **' Wnrr"
^,2,,sren,'Lfd0rB1dJgP."C"n,
" 12-18-26 4/1
1 '''. within
Date March 14. \ ri
RU'Kl EB
V'l.l.li: BTR1CKIJ R
3/26
NOTICE ^DER^F^TITIO,
B Mc.ri.ia coiH.i.'ilon; IN'" '
s.de Owner
PM.I.OT. SILVKP Mfl.LOY
Sign Off
Xv;oust BROS kY,
l< "i. HIS/'
3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
POR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 187446
JESSIE J JACOIls and
JOSEPHINE JACOBS, his wife,
and MAMIE GIDDuNS. I'lalntlffs.
vs.
W M ASHLEY and l.l'i'V ASHLEY,
his wife, et al. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: V.. M ASHLEY and LL'CY
ASHLEY, his wife.
2SS1 Lv, aster
Detroit 11, Michigan
'Al'l; I" AM1I.KY and GENE
ASHLEY, his wife.
Cox :
Orova city, Ohio
ROBERTA HCHOPE and JOHN
BCHOPE, her husband
Bog 471
Hwananoa, North Carolina
PACLINE I.VOA and ERNEST
1.11>A. her husband
Mrnvervllle. SartY, Carolina
BIDDIE OUTLAW, a widow.
v 171
gwanai...... North Carolina
'' ..}.,. STr A,!T ""' VIIWJE
sri'AKT. Ill- Wife.
Offlr. C.
Hwanai
dead, also the un-
Known li. ii ,|.\ : -, .. I, u.,x,.. ..
'i~ talmlna by,
through, under or a
x "" '' .ii.I against his
i any and all m- -
sons claiming any right, title. ..,
rs ol D H \~lll i:v
and all ,.tl,.
rleht. title or i.
in and to the pro|>ert) involved In
tin- suit;
1 HEREBY NoTIRED
- ,h
in. ,'' ; : ''""" '
ertv !'., ';', '""""'"t deecrllwd prp-
' the Kast
', Half of
NIM.-I .,
, '" f,.V' feet
twfCtv" L?, XSSt
ivM\n of NILE GARDENS,
'; li. i ordlng t., the Plal
at \Z'l r::,"".,', '" '"" Bo** 11
imtv. r1..rl,|a.
d to serve
'.'f.:rv. idalntlff, an.
llulhtlM u.nd IN,'lt. ".....lympla
or i nilr-l M tml ""r",. na file the
the (Mr .'hr '"- Cle.k of
Ircult court on or before the
3rd da> of May. A.D. J64. otherwise
nfaTl.I V.1""" "' "'*' "" ,MI -' """-
;';"' *l'l be taken a. conf..^ hr
Dated at Miami. Rorlda. thla J2nd
ay of March. A.D.
MERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit
WU. W. STOCKING
,,.. Deputy Clerk
LEGAL N0TICI

EMILY I, \\,| ,.
To EM
You
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to atM-v*. ,,.,., "U ff I
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An.
.i.i.p
tieauing i i '",.
tli- I i'lalnt J
ami. I
1 I'l-ading | ,1** JH
the I91h d.r. f',.,".'"' i
fall to do so i,|,m,i '!' 1,5t-
will b. '>**
"-f'l-ma.....,1 h. P., 7,f'':''Wl
HAROLD TANNEN11 C'"k
Attorney for riamliff
1008 Security Itull.IW Miami
1/18-28 1/2-9 '^ llami'
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COWrT
DADE COUNTY. FLORlM
No. 30339B
RE ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH MI'RAR DeeeuM-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TOW
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
wNOir,: ls h'"M 8lv8 thtt.
have filed our final report andpf
for Rnal Discharge aj ,!,.,{!,
of the estate of i:i.l/\HHTH MU_
deceased; and thai on the Tih rtaV3
April. 197.t. will ,pp|) ,he -'
able PRANK DOWUNOT
Judge of Hade County, F!nr|in""i
approval of said final report'aM I
final discharge iinnofl
Estate of BLIZARETH MLRA* i
eaaussd
This L'etli dn .' I-M.ruarv ll
I8ADOR FINE
ELSIK \! K1N.NET
MILTON- A FRIEDMAN ^
Attorney for C-. \., utora
-1S-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT!
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. IE
ALLIE S ROUNTREK, i'laintiff,
vs
FORREST H. RolWTRKF.. IVftiaajl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FORREST H Rol'NTRBE
Whale\ \ ille. Ylralma
You are hereby notified that a BM
Of Complaint for Divorce hai sssl
filed against you, and you are nvj
quired to serve a copy of year J
or Reading to the Bill M
on the plaintiff's Attorney. DATI
LEVINE. 123 N.W. Kth Avenue,"
ami, Rorida, and file the onf_
Answer or Pleading in the offkt I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court sit
before the 12th day nf April. lKt
Sou fall to do so. Judgment hr r
ault will be taken agalnot r">
the relief demanded in the Bn"
Complaint.
Thla notice shall be publishes I
each week for four consecutive i
In THE JEWISH FI-oRIDlAN.
Do.VE AND ORDERED at __
Rorlda. this 5th da> of March. AA ,
1 '4
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
CTerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM W. STOCKISO.
fClrctilt Court Seal) Depot! OH
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
123 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. F1an
1/12-19-28 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW 2
NOTICE JS HEREIIY GI\K>
the undersigned, desiring to mot<
business under the -fictitious nasa
EDDIE'S SERVICE STATION."' ,
Washington Avenue. Miami B*K.5,|
tends to register said name w!ul'^
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Countv. Rorlda. _. ^^,
LILY MATIS, Sole On* J
KLI RREflER
Attorney for Apidli.mt
Lincoln Itoad
3/18-28 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FlCTITIOli
NAME LAW
WOTTCE W HEREBY nlVW'
the uBjdersUjmed, desiring ""n**SJ_
buslnaaa under the ri. tltloui ""tSI
HOL'SE ol FRANCINK. at *^
L'n.l Avenue, Miami. 1'ade '
Florida, Intends t.. -'' .r!ZM
with the Clerk of the Circuit C.unj
Da* Count*', Rorlda .
CATHERINE M I.1TTL&
ii-!.- Owner)
1 IKS' It V M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
ISII W Flagler Bl Miami, r1*-
3/28 4'2-9-1'i
NOTICE UNDER FiCTlTlOw*
NAME LAW .
NOTICE Is HEREIH i
niiallsa!
business undei li ". ,pj*sf
KVELT lloSl-n M./Z'nS
TORY
ami. 1 Ifnds to regWerj
name with the Clerk of taj
Court I'd' :',; ri' oMA
HAROLD 3HA
(Sole owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant -^
W llagle, SI Miami. r
3/28 4'2-9-lS ___________
NOTICE UNDER rjCTITlOM
NAME LAW ^.m lU|,
NOTICE is HERKIH rnW "W
th- undersigned, de-lnng ''"7*5,1
business under the "^^iTIl.
I-E LAND < >< 'iDteajH
114th HI m". ""'d*|
-ter said nana ".'",,, QvoOA
..f the Circuit court of I*"
Rorlda. ,BTL.n**"
HARVEY R KLEIN ,
Attorney foi Harry- L njJJ^
i-ayne HulMing. >"is
8/28 4/2-9-18 ______-------
NOTICE UNMR;^10"
NAME LAW-,Mtl|8Jg
NOTICE 18 HEREBY onjSsfl
the undersigned. d'r'^loU, tuUJji
business under the fl'J1 SVs4"|
DALES SI VI"
tow Ave., Miami ,,e*"',he i*"^
Ulster -Id name allh^M r>er*1
the Circuit Court of i ^^
Florida. ____., oirsrCfBT
CARL ED
USq9
NATHAN R<'BK!f
r-DWlN UPTOrJ
I/18-88 */!-


MARCH 26. 1954
vSmistnorkfiari
PAGE 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Li,r'ld ""'"
'circuit Court
with the Clerk
of Dade County,
MIRACLE SHOE CORK
o, l-rank J. Levin.
PrMldeat
tofSlSch Bhe* Store
4':' _____________________
ricTuNDER FICTITIOUS
CE NAME LAW
IIKKKHV lilVKN that
I desiring to engage In
lly:
Frank J. Levin.
President
*tor Miracle Shoe*
m / ____,
urnii
MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
rF .^^K-.Tn.VKN that
UM TILE CO.. at 8351 S.W.
V Mi-imt Florida, ntends
&?* name with the Clerk
reult Court of Dade County,
JAMES H RoTHERHAM
t;V,r James H, Rotherham
, ,.. ne liuililinK
Mt < -' _____________-^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167113
IXHJIB PEHMIN, Plaintiff.
vs.
CKCKUA PKKSIN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CECELIA PEHSIN
124 W. 74th Street
New York. NY.
Tou, CECELIA PEKSIN, are herebv
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce haH been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff*
Attorney, MAI.V1N BNGLANDBR. :i 11
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of April.. 1954. If you fall to do
no. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PI.OKIDIAN.
HONK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla inth day of March, A.D.
1954.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICE. JR.
iCircuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MAI.VIN ENOLANDER. ESy
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Kla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 4/2
MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
p,r, l8NAHMEeRKUBYWOIVW that
B.r!,igned, desiring to engage in
t- under lb'* fictitloua name of
BlAMl APPLIANCES 41 AU
r TV BERVICE, at 2621 W.
si IntendK to register said
dth the Clerk of the Circuit
, I ..,.i.- County, Florida.____
EDWIN P. KKASSNER
Bole owner
LKR & OARS
n f.ir Applicant
piaglei St.
______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitloua name of
VILLAGE PAINT BODY WORKS.
at 7^6 E. 10th St.. Hlaleah, Intend* to
legisler said name with the Clerk of
the c Ircuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
.... ,l:l,,WA,U) SWEA8V, Owner
GEORGE E BCHULZ
Attorney for Applicant
W} CurtlM Parkway, Miami Springs
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Id! |8 HEREBY GIVEN that
lenlgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
|p MOTORS, at I I2S N W. 36th
ami Florida, Intend to register
jm- with th.- Clerk of the Clr-
fcurt SAMUEL L. KAY
JACK It VVEIN
|KR MAXNHE1MER
for Florida Motors
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
*Hi: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Idersixneil. desiring to engage In
Oder the fl< utious name of
lli.\ MOTOR SALES, at 1425
136th St.. Miami. Florida. In-
reflster said name with the
[of ill.- Circuit Court of Dado
Hoi Ida.
SAMUEL I. KAY
.i vck i: wei N
IKR 1 M.\.\mii:imi:i:
i i.t Motor Bales
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 167112
JOSE A. HFIRNANDEZ. Plaintiff,
vs. ;;.j
CANDELARIA HWRNANDE?,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: CANDELARIA HERNANDEZ
8734 E. Jarrlson Street
Bellflower. California
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney. STANLEY JOEL LEVINS,
ESQ.. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th da] "(
April. 19.14, in default of which, a de-
cree pro c.nfes.Ho may be entered
against you.
DATED this 10th day of March, 19.'.4.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(seal) Deputy Clerk
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPER PACKING company, at 500-
north of Sheridan St Road, east of an
adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad
track, Itroward County, Florida (no
street address) ALSO 1311 B.W. 72nd
I ourt. Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HOLLYWOOD
SLAUGHTERHOUSE, INC.
KOVNBR A MANN Hi: I.ME Ft
Attorneys for
Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc.
l/lv-M 4/1-f
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 166888
ROSALYN NEWMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE V. NEWMAN, Defendant.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: OEOROE*F. NEWMAN
c/o Pandell. 334 W. 85th St.
New York. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, DAVID LE-
VINE. 123 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of April, 1954. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH F'LoRIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 5th day of March. A.D.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
K.-...L, ilAlloWAHE, at 6210 S.W. 8th
StrVet, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
SAUL KELLKHMAN
BESS KEI.LERMAN
3/12-19-26 4/2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACTIVE COLLECTION AGENCY, at
704 Blscayne Building, Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County,' Florida. .. ,___
ROBERT J. LEWISON
MAX P. ENGEL
DAVID M. GONSHEK
Attorney for Active Collection Agency
704 Biscnyne Bldg.
3/26 4/2-9-16
DONE
Florida,
lH.'il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
rVND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IlDA. IN PROBATE, No. 29858-B
ROTATE OF
PRANK, I1- eased
tors and All Poisons Ilav-
niii- or 11( ii 111.1 Against .Said
slid iu, are hereby
I ilred to present any
i nds which l OB. of
v have against the
i of >.\.\l F'l! \NK. deceased late
York County N'l York, to
le County Judges of I lade
ma in their
in the County I 'nui ChoUM in
' I I la, within eight
. Hi- from the date of [he
I .-..id lalrm
jnila to contain the legal ad-
J'f tli-' < I liniiint Ami to be sworn
1 id, or '.inn
I
i 19 a 11 |934
- LAWRENCE .1 PRANK,
A- An. ill iry AdmlniatraWM
ITA of the E.-iai. of.
SAM FRANK. .:. ........I
US. 111:1M \\ & K .PLAN
Administrator CTA
I I 16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Re: ESTATE OF
SA.MI'I'.L s. S1LVERMAN,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons HaV-
ing Claims or Deinunds Against Said
Estate: ,
You. and each of you. are hereby-
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SAMUEL B. SILVF'.P.MA.V
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dado Couftly. and file the same
In their offices In the County Court-
house in Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months f*om the date
.rf the first publkvKion hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented aw aforesaid,
or same will be barred.
Date March 10. A.i). Ml.
// SARA SILVERMAN.
As Administratrix of the
SAMCEL S. SILVKRMAN
Deceased
MYKI'.s'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
MO Beyfcold Bid*.. Miami, Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30215-A
RE: ESTATF: OF
SAD1F; FRIEDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, de-
ceased; and that on the 16th day of
April. 1954, I will apply to the Honor-
able VV. F\ BLANTON and/or FRANK
i: DoWLINO County Judges of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of Ibe Kstate of SADIE
FRIEDMAN, deceased.
This th day of March, ltM.
K. M. MACIITEI.
Administrator
ROSENHOCSE & ROSENHOCSE
Attorneys for Administrator
913-16 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
DAVID I.EVI.NE
123 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDftH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade
County, F'l.i Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP DE LEON
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
41 li Congress Bldg.
3/12-19-26 4/2
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29977 A
RE: ESTATE OF
YF:TTA F:DF;LSTEIN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of YETTA EDEL8TEIN. de-
ceased: and that on the 5th day of
April, 1954. I will apply to the Honor-
able W. FRANK BLANTON or
FRANK B. DOWLINO, County Judg-
es of Dade County. Florida, for ap-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
Kstate of YETTA EDEL8TEIN, de-
1 eased
This 1st day of March, l-->4.
SADIE FEINSMITH
JOSEPH ZEMEL
Attorney for Executrix
(lor, Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
'.!/.",-IJ-19-26
IN
DADE
DTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
n< r is hf:reby GIVEN that
ridersiun,.,! desiring to engage In
f under the fictitious name of
III A IIEM.TV ,v BCSINI.SS
FERS, Rl 5 W Flagler St., in-
toi register said name with the
l .or the Circuit Court of Dade
Honda.
ii pi. MAURICE SCSSMAN
ws for Applicant
[" Fl.iul.-r St.
,BJUNTY JUDGES' COURT
|DA0E COUNTY. FLORIDA
IgWATg'bp*1-*
Ir hi.V S..s v''K s- Oeceased
Iapd,^.,5!TENT,ON TO MAKE
lAPPLIC*T.I0N FOR FINAL
sTK'P ,D|SCHARGE
\<\\.< hereby given that we
If., p"r, ,ll,1 reiHirt and petl-
Dor Final Dimharge as Execu-
,?t the ftate f SAMCEL Ft.
"""i-d; and that on the
to
THE CIRCUIT COURT,
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 166596
JOE M. ALVAREZ. Plaintiff.
MILDRED L D.Wis. t^fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tir MILDRED L DAVI8
Residence unknown ______ ,
TOO ARE HEREBY N-.TIFIF.D to
file your Answer to the Bill o
plain) for I'oieclosure on
Mortgage encumbering persona
cated in that certain place
less known as "Brass Rail
il VJ7 S\V .'17th Avenue, Miami.
Ida. with the Clerk of
Court In and for Dade
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
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
not 11 led and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate .if CARRIE MAE SMITH, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the Conn I y Courthouse.
in Dade County, FlorldR, within eight
calendar months from the date of tlie
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same,
will be barred.
Date March 17. A.D. 1M.
OLIVE II SMITH.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CARRIE MAE SMITH.
I ie.-eased.
MILTON H. RICHMOND
Attoi ne) for Olive B. Smith
3/19-2B 4 I-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167086
LOUIS G1TLIN. Plaintiff,
REBECCA GITLIN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: REBECCA GITLIN.
Residence Unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
823 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of April. 1954. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D.
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
llv WM W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
l/ll-lt-lf 4/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADC
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 147067
LOIS BERLIN, Plaintiff
vs. ."
SAUL A. BERLIN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAUL A. BERLIN.
13450 Huston Street, Apt. A,
Sherman Oaks, California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
K2:i Sevbold Building. Miami. Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of April, 1954. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/12-19-26 4/2 ^^^
Clerk j
it
Com-
Chattel
lo-
ot busi-
located
Flor-
tlie Circuit
County, Flor-
ida, and serve a copy thereof upon
KESSLER ft GARS, Attorneys fol
Plaintiff, 17S2 West Ftajter WMt.
Miami. Florida, on or before the l.th
day of April, B>..4. else complaint will
be taken as confessed.
Dated: March VeATIIKKMASi
ci.ik of Circuit Court
Hv; M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Real) Deputy Clerk
3/12-19-26 4/2 ^^__^_
[OTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN mat
undersigned, desiring to engage In
Iness under the flct tlous name of
I.R1DA AUTO SALES. t "2
POTTCE '
n?m!rl;t1t,oo
that
*Mr.lJn HEREB'f GIVEN
E*V 1U ',,Th'' "c'ltlous name of
k. BE},11!" t 1454J Washington
["InI Mm. *.*cn' '"tends to reg-
Ut cU'im *lth the Clerk of the
I- t/U^i NRTTIE URBAt'M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IK HKHKHV OIVEN tha
the
t.usln
n'w"''^ Sl! Mia.nrFloriWintend
to register said name ** h? C'*."?
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
FtorWa- SAMUEL L. KAY
JACK K WEIN
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMF.R
Attornevs for Florida Auto Sales
3/5-I2-19-2H______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE U>' HEREBY GIVEN I
(h
bust
fS0 N.W.' 7t'h"XCe"; Miami.- Fla "In
tends to register -aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit t ourt of Daae
County. E^m:s (.ENTER. INC.
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE, No.'32301-A
In Re: ESTATE OF____
WILLIAM KCBENSTEIX.
I I. .else d
To All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AK.unst Said
Estate: .
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
ClaiOU and demands Which you. or
either of you, '"ay have against the
estate of WILLIAM KI'BENSTFIN.
dccasci late of "ad.- County, Florida.
lo the Honorable County Judges of
I>nde Countv. 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
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March 15, A.D. 19;.4.
RAE Rl'BF-.NSTFIN
As Executrix of the Ijist W I"
snd Testament of ,_,.,
WILLIAM RIBENSTEIN.
Deceased.
MYFJRS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for F:xecutrlx
3/19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en:n> kl
business under the fictitious name of
H h B MOTORS (not Incorporated).
at 975 West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with ibe Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
LUCILE HOROWITZ, sole owner
ISRAEL ABRAMS
Altornev for l.uc.le .Horowitz, d l> a
II ,v B Motors (not incorporated)
B/12-Ts-M 1 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Irt
business under the fictitious name of
GLOBE GREEN STAND'S. GI.OBF.,
TRADING STAMP CO., at 2732 I'once
de l#on Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida,
intends to register said name'.wlth the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. E,orn.asTAMp '
By: David Jacohson. I'resident
(Sole Owner)
HENRT M I'AIN
Attorney for Applicant
2318 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida
3/i',-12-19-26
:

h'e undersigned dlVlVVn'g to engage in
,u.ln"ss under QgJ^rSrSSg? ','
J. & P. DEPARTMENT STORE' at
"NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IK HEBHMY GH'EN that
theVanderslgned. desiring to engage In
business^ under the tletgiMU "fog
PAI.LETTE CLEANERS, at irev*
NWllihAv.., North MUml, In tend,
to register said nsme ,w^ *nf. ntf
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
***** HABBIET CHARI.TON
(Sal. Dsraer)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167291
SALOME GILBERT. Plaintiff
MARK G GILBERT. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARK O. GILBERT
1 ii ocean Avenue
Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you n the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a.cop} of
vour Answer to the Bill of CompUlnt
on the Plaintiff's ^SS^S"M%&
the original In the office of the t lerK
of the Circuit Court on or before the
H,h dav of April. 1954. otherwise a
Decree TPlS OMbM will he entered
"Thls'mdlce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
fn THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
'"Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of March. {^YbaTHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVBjf MULLOT
^T^r^B^AHdSSfc Miami Florid*.^
3/l-4 4/t-
NOTIFIED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32300-B
in Re: ESTATE OF
MATTIE JACKSON. Deceased
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav.
urns or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou, and e.i.h of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which yon, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MATTIE JACKSON, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Hon. County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
office ill the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
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 as aforesaid, or same
will be haired.
Date March 1". A.D. 1954.
I.OCIE BANDEL,
Admlnistrator-C.T.A. of the
Estate of
MATTIE JACKSON. Deceased
ben f:ssen _,_ .
Attorney for Adminiatrator-L.T.A.
S^3 Seybold Bldg.
3/12-19-26 4/2______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
NOTICE IS HEREBY 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
Countv. Florida. __
"' TONY E. LoPRESTI and
MEI.VIN H. ADLER,
a partnership.
/26 3/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
M VSTER8 FABRICS, at .'" B.W. 8th
Btreet, Miami Florida, intends to reg-
ister said n.inie with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade" County. Florida.
JOSEPH MASTERS
HAROLD STIil'MPF-
Attornev for Joseph Masters
r.it Seybold Building
3 12-19-26 4'2________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
TROPICAL WATCH REPAIR AND
GIF'T SHOP, at 9864 Bird Road. Mi-
ami, Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the livuii
Court of Dade County. v?,'s, j \x
HAROLDSTRUMPF
Attorney Tor Irving Lax
,i; Seybold Building
3/12-19-26 4/2
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PAGE 2 B t. = + bind dancing to the music of Jack bonnet's orchestra Plans are Advanced Louis Gadon. president of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami, this week announced advanced plans for the group's annual banquet at the Sterling Hotel on Sunday evening. April 4th. 8 p.m.. at the Sterling Hotel. He said that tickets for the aflair are still available here. Sholom Aleichem To be Di*emHtu>d Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will hear about the life and times of Sholom Aleichem at a meeting Wednesday evening. March 31st. 8:30 p.m.. at the social hall. 311 Washington Avenue. Ethel Levin, of Miami Beach and Portchester. will present the review, including in her presentation reading in the original Yiddish from the humorist's most popular stories. Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president, will report on the recent party sponsored by the Sisterhood, proceeds from which were turned over to the congregation for the maintenance of the religious school. Refreshments will be served by a hostess committee including the Mesdames Pauline Chill. Aaron Weingarten, Leo Meyer, Jack Wucher, M. B. Frank, Rose Zeilinger and Rose Hayes. Ilu rau Contest I nds April 251 h Announcement has been made of the annual essay contest by Max Meisel. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The contest offers special prises to the best essay in each school and a special award to the winner of the Greater Miami contest. This year, the contest will also include an art award for the best Pictorial mao drawn of the State of Israel. The contest will terminate before April 29th so that the winning essay can be published and the best maps exhibited in time for Israeli Independence Day which occurs on May 8, 1954. The contest is open to all students of the Jewish schools from fifth grade and up. Subiect of this year's essay is, "What Does the State of Israel Mean to me?" Rules of the pictorial map contest call for a map in color showing the boundaries in Israel, mountains," Vivers, chief cities and colonies, 'products, industries and historical scenes, all visualized in drawings. Awards will be announced shortly. "Surprb.-Lun^ 1 n ai B ri,h Wo*TT J and card party In charge of p^,^ Mrs Raymond Elki„T* and Seymour Friend ^ i The luncheon win tak ,J Thursday noon. April u, Cora. Gables J^ff^M Mrs. Murray La^rus £' 1 ray Gladstone. „ !" 11 Hauptman and Mrs. otto fc-J ar(1 ln cha r JljlreamJ Miami Convalescent l Specializing i„ Cart Chronically Ml. 24.Hour Nw, Prlvata and S.m,.p,i,„,' LEO ALLEN, rM~^ •a* 8.w. mi.'Xs;Phonei 3.K437 >r* flabhl loMoh B. RQ, Ml Michigan At, Miami Baaca Pnona t-Msl irS SMART TO SEE THE 4ftGAB0N4$ IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC. BLVD MAN WISH DAILY IN MIAMI! Tatty SB fraihly churntd cotsfry butttr...tho ritk, homtmadt kind of flavor found only '-.. es iho farm. Arollabl* iwetf or lightly so/reo* EMANVMCTISUS ir: Sunnif Shook tfjiuwwuj, tot P h on a ••0601 2110 N.W. 13th Avt., Miami, Fit, MAM PUSH DAILY IN MIAMII % %  anwaaaajaBwasaaBa--Now — Distributors of NEWI STRICTLY KOSHER MOTHER'S PAREVE MARGARINE EGGMATZOKS -:MATZOHS -:MATZOH MEAL DUtributad by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC 14 NX. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. ONES -:MACAROONS Phone 36866 DAILY OOUiU (£ f^V 1st and 2nd Races HoZl AY YHI YRACK Of *I* ,, iBtl sa ss \ MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CHj J\ IXTRIMI SOWN IM Of CU***j GMAfIt MIAMI? MOST COMVMIINTLV lOCAVI* • 0# "'



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PAGE S A ***<*/for****" FRIDAY. Miss Ht (en Maker Mr. Siegel's Fiancee Is Jacksonville Girl Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haber. of Jacksonville, announce the engagement (if their daughter. Helen Dorothy, to Edward Siegel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Siegel. 1175 SW 22nd Avenue. Miss Haber attended Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville and the University of Florida. She fit a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honorary. Mr. Siegel is a graduate of Miami High School and received the Bachelor's degree from the I'niversitv of Florida. He was top man in a class of 660 and was named to Phi Beta Kappa. He also was vice president of Florida BhM Kej and a member of Pi T-ambda Phi Kratermt> Now a senior law student, he is executive editor of the Law Review. 1*1 MARCH; k -Ml Miss Weinstock Picks July 4th for Kites Mr and Mrs. Nathan Weinstock. ol 1173 Marseilles Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter. E ;se Marion, to Murray Cohn. son ( ach Jewish Center. The brideeleet aid Mr. Cohn are both gradu-! ates ot Miami Beach High School. B'nai B'rith Women Schedule Functions >n Wednesday. March 31st. 8:30 p m.. a regular business meeting of i f-'P.in.ir Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai Eiith Women will be held at the %  i | Comodoro Hotel Nominating Committee will present for approv%  I its (election of officers for the i ling year. • Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B rith Women, will hold a menonli gl nepurty ut the Empress Hotel on Wednesday. March 31st. 1 : p. l. • • • North Shore Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, has scheduled mereran STJ~.CS for Wednesday. March 81st, 12:30 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo h to: Miss tlyse Weinstock Cast of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Musical Revue slated for Wednesday eve. elude (left to right, top row) Douglas Murray Sonnett. lackey King, Mickey Sonnett, Wickman, Neil Sonnett, Trixie Levin, producer and director, Bea Mersel, Pearl Hymai_. othy Falick, Ethel Brenner and Millie Draiar. accompanist. Bottom row are Phyllis Miller,! othey Pine, Grace Durbin, Becky Yay, Rosalie Arkin and Selma Grenald. Sketchbook Curtain Up Friday Night \ftei rnontns of planning and Weeks of rehearsals, the curtain goes up Friday night on the Uni. of Miami student charity •v production. Sketchbook. With the two performances Fri(1. and Saturday at Dade County Auditorium beginning at 8:30 p.m.. the 100 cast presentation will feature original words and music by Al Foster, with additional material bj Emma Von Zamph and George Severest. Arrangers for the 24-piece ororchestra sorce are Fred A.-he. Bill Miller. Jim Schowl. Don Dahlin. Nick Parce. Bill Rose and Bill Tcague. Joe Mascole will conduct the School of Music students. Phi MJ Alpha, music honor society, DM mbers copied all the manuscript. Featured in the show are Randy Kiiger's singing of "Chicken Feed," Gary Miller in "Punch and Jury." Putti Harmon and Lee Cohen in the romantic "Yes We Should." and "Linsey" sung by Dawn Cellier. Working behind the scenes are A! Hockman. scenery: Harley Joseph, lighting; Fred Albert, sets; Ji.dy Cohen, costumes; Sy Honig, business manager; Leslie Greenfield, tickets; Jack Plumb, pro, grams: and Marty Rosen, publicity. Entertain Canadians; Move to New Home Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April are moving to their new home at 1380 SW 11th Street. Rabbi April is spiritual leader of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. They were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman during their winter vacation here. The Hoffmans have returned home to Perth, Ontario. Canada. Mrs. April is back after a brief vtsH to Savannah. Georgia, with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal. their daughter and son-in-law. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grayson. of 1795 Normandy Drive, announce the birth of their son. Andrew Scott, at Mount Sinai Hospital on March 18th. Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin. 1754 Merld lan Avenue, and Mrs. Rose Goldberg. 2390 Coral Way. and the late Aaron O. Goldberg. it 4r it Mrs Miriam Press, of 911 3rd Street. Miami Beach, is entertaining her sister and brother-in-law from Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lang. The Langs will remain here Thursday, when Mrs. Press leaves to attend a wedding in Jersey City, accompanied by her daughter and son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perkel. Coral Gables Home Hadassah to Present UUtt All 12 Hadassah Gmupi i Some 450 guests attended a house warming at the Coral Gables' prising the Greater Miami home of the William D. Singers on of Hadassah are expected Granada Boulevard Sunday. Featured was a cocktail dance. A bar and long tables of canapes were set around the pool on the waterfront terrace, where a stringed orchestra played. The home includes such modern extras as music piped into each room, a screen for movies that comes down in the Florida room at the touch of a button and built in television sets. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Singer's sister-in-law. Mrs. Dave Goldstein, of Youngstown. Ohio, and her daughter. Babette. and Mr. Singer's brother. Sam, of Cleveland, and son, Del. local persons attending included the Carl Weinkles. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cherner, Arthur Evans, city manager, and Mrs. Evans, and Coral Gables Mayor and Mrs Dave Hendricks. sister, Ellen Ruth. Grandparents ; ——" are the Louis Gimpels and Max j Hcrhci't Mai'kovitZ Epsteins To be Bar Mitzvah ix it -to Mr. and Mrs. Moe Engel, of 753 Herbert Markoyitz. son of Mr. NW 19th Street, are entertaining' and Mr J David Markovitz. will be Mrs Engels sister. Mrs. Frances come B ar Mitzvah at the Sabbath Ziegler. of New York. Her sister I morn "> service of the West Miand brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I a mi Jewish Center. out in great numbers to | in the culmination of major projects of the y organization will make tions of 20 valuable gifts i to be held on Monday. 1 p.m., at Temple Beth Mrs. Irving Westin, vice | dent, will be chairman of] fair. Mrs. Samuel Z. dent, will bring greetings,) Leon Kronish will offer cation. Mrs. Moset Me vice president, will pi geant in song and dance i "From the Four Corners Earth." Participants will members of the Miami Be* ior Judeans directed by Bricklan. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut will I the hostess committee whit*! include the Mesdame* Sidney( man, Joseph Berger. Marquit, Laurence Gilbert 1 Ratner, Rose Feibush. Leo j kow, Otlie Rosenberg. Milton, Lillian Goodman. Cypress and Gerald Sola Samuel Prager. Brooklyn, are stopping at the Allison Hotel. ft & 6 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Saffer. of 3321 SW 21st Street, announce the birth of their son. Mark David, at Doctors Hospital on Monday. Grandparents are Mr. Harry Saffer and Mrs. Esther Berger. Portrait Artist is Guest at Traymaj Harry S. Moskovta. Harvey Kane to be Bar Mitzvah Here Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal K.-.ne. 6949 Abbott Avenue. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturdav morning at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Harvey is a student at Agudath Israel and attends Nautilus Junior Hiah School, where he is in the eiLhth grade. He is a grandson of Mr and Mrs. Morris Nasatir. Jewish new.) commentator and director of the Yiddish Classical Hour here. Edward Ronald Loeb. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Loeb, 425 East Di Lido Drive, Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, March 27th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Edward, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the 7th grade at Nautilus Junior High School. Mayors Are Among Guests at Party Honoring Shoehet Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver, of 710 SW 21st Road, entertained at a "welcome home" party in honor of Fred K Shoehet on Thursday evening. Shoehet. who is publisher of The | Jewish Floridian and chairman of General Mobilization in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal, has just returned from a trip to Israel at the invitation of the Jewish State's government. Among those at the party were Miami Mayor and Mrs Abe Aronovitz. Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, accompanied by the Mayor's mother in law and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson. Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper. Dr and Mrs. Alvin Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs Ethel Shoehet, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fleischmanj Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Leah Rich man The service will be conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. and Her-1 bert will be presented with a cer-*i tificatc of completion awarded by I portrait painter and etcher the Bureau of Jewish Education adelphia. is a guest at the] and sanctioned by the Rabbinical more Hotel Miami Beaekj Association of Greater Miami. Moskovitz The Bar Mitzvah has attended Mrs Moskov, z the West Miami Jewish Center Re-1 Tn art,st ha> done ligious School for three years. He of many famous persons is a student at Kinloch Junior High School. His parents will provide the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening and the Kiddush following the Sabbath morning services. eluding Leopold Stokowktl Van Passan. Dr Chaim W Cornelius Vanderbflt, Roosevelt. David Sarnoff,!*^ gross and many others. Tots About Towi Roshak Show Slat.d-John Roshak is having a wall show at the Mirell Gallery through April 3rd. combined with a group show. The artist was born in New Jersey, studied at Terry Institute and has exhibited at Norton Art Gallery and Four Arts Gallery • U b) I n YOU'RE WANTED ON THE TUTS BALL IS MINE-'^ PHONE Dawn Margolis sists determined W calls out. She is the daughter son ol Dr. and w* ft of Mr. and Mrs. George MaxRose, 9850 East Bay golis, 460 43rd Street. Drire.



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[ T UMCH2B. 1954 uilk. tablespoons U ..„.; Toa-t. I thin slice M K• o g %  o [„ desired ___ Loneh WMM Sandwich: 1 Chf.ro <•-'"•••''!• Lffi'iiit. 3 small iy Poacned Kgg, I on W hole HbHi *ow*t. 1 thin slice eg Saint MIIK, 8 os. ... _~ *o UMMi M dcslriJ .... n TOTAL Lunch Vegetarian Vegetable Botip, 1 cup Urllied Cheese Sandwich. :£-'_... „ 2Jp r.u. Lunch i Soup, W i up .... jCheese & I'each Salad: f-lii, t ['each Halves, 2 — Cheesi. i cap Leaf, i large f-niet Whipped Dressing, tablespoon %  tad, 1 ti'i" slice* kliik. • "/ITA I Dinner Liver, t %  %  [Tastl-DIi l Canned kiatoes, i ip Hi Hi' > %  '•. %  '"P %  Squash, yellow, cup hilt Salad dried I.tlMt., I 'i head Cbiel Urapefi uit Eiians. 'j cup .Diet Chefs Dressing, Ii %  %  T>i.t l-nni dit ktall, i cup for Tea, • >desln 'I UTAI, fV'S TOTAL 102 1 SO 5 60 87 Ills I 16 114 90 "42$ 160 SO 100 17 10 40 :,n 0 429 1.183 Whole Uncut Ulead, 2 thin slices .American Cheese. 1 08 Tastl-Dlct Vanilla 1-uddlng 'A cup Skim Milk, ft ox TOTAL Dinner Meat Loaf (made with (round beel), I slice 4x3x1'V Spiced reaches*, 1 nerving, (sec rcci|ic) steamed Brown nine. ', run Tastl-Diet .String Beans. 1 cup ^_ in .1,1 beam t. lia^v with Tasti-IMetl3Kf'* Incasing, 2 lalifcsiMM.ns Tastl-Dlct Cherries. H cop Coffee or tea, as tfealren 130 113 ill! 0 44S 4S 1'"' 25 a*" 00 1V4 cups Taatl-Ulel Chefs Dj 1 tahleaaiuun Tasti-Dlet Chocolate Pudding. Vt cup COflta "i Tea. as dosfrtd PAGE 9 E TOTAL; OAY't TOTAL 36* 11 GLOBAL SHORTS TtlTAI. DAYS TOTAL £, SEVENTEENtH PAY MENU TrMfiClT >rft 1 an 1221 Br Caloriei j" RECIPES Hot Tomato Juice Taati-DIri Tomato I*aste ,1 water thoroughly, heat, BeaaKMa with nl pepper, i bervlng; total cal• ;o. • • Tillie Lewis Salad |'l Lattoce IJ inches In llami U Ip I'.i-i -Dlel 1 'hefs IiresHlng Thtad of lettuce in quartan f,,r Pour dressing over lettuce rrve immediately, ervings; imai calories — 116 %  Calories per -• 1 \ii\g — 2S |TMtiDiet Chocolat. Pig Tasti-ltlet Chocolate %  Tnddii.g Tuiill;, W.,f, r %  •"* %  puddinu ."-cording to tllrec!'-t' K ... t t.'il, then pour [ %  inch pi. p.ui lineil with crushed! asters Total calorleg — 4<8; %  a pie) kg, • • e Club Salad Supreme 'J*tl I'hlckt n I'.i easts P TastiIn. 1 iv.,... cikril .1 ufft-.l uiiv... -11,-ed ""•'lois. ii,,,,, Hittf, rMeled "i i..-t!,i, %  i, .impai 1 I' l-'-'i-l'i'l WI111 d .n'rcsHlne, HI and r. aSOjT, "er ehi.-kcii hr.-asis In 2 cups A ''' "'••'•I. --i 11 ,..ich oi chopton and %  %  1.1 v; salt. IfSfljbr an.l l"" ir • ning. CaaTK until alMHit I, ininiites. I^l cool ninth f.n soup, meal d,,.,. ,,, k. n breaata from •sin an i 1 „ have been reAdd IIH.IS, ,-elery and olives. Willy >Hl, „ ,, f „.),!,,,„.,! l,,J*: n """ '"to sixths, HlMlUt I iW rt, : w ; n | "" llk a L\. "' lettuce uslnc. outlu, ,', '"-. and fill Uh K nn ." %  %  rl "nge tomato, Krol.n '""' %  "'• ul "' chicken aalC;''' 1 ••"lalntlciof Whip. %  O IIVC. ,,.,,,. „., v |Ml .,. ,,„ M | •4. 1 a.01 lea per serving— [FIFTEENTH DAY MENU 1211 Calories Breakfast Orange Slices, 1 small s<.ft 1 lolled KICK. 1 Shredded Wheat lliseult, 1 large T asti-l>iet Jelly, 1 tublesixHin aim Milk, ft oz. Coffee, a desired TOTAL Lunch Potato Salad* (see recipe) 1 aervng Bllced Swiss Cheese, lyi oz Sliced Tomato, 'a cup Tasti-Dlct Tears, '-, c up Skim Milk, s ox. TOTAL Dinner Itoasi Brae at of Veal, (trimmed) 3 oz. Si|uush. yellow, 4 cup Tastl-l'iet Asparagus. 6 metlium spears Stuffed TOmatO Salad: TomaAo, stuffed with mixture, 1 metlium of Orated Carrot, \ cup Diced iV|cr>. :' tal>Iespt>ona idteii Qreea Pepper, 1 tahlesptton Taatl-I>let Dlilpped Dressing, 1 tal'les|tiHin l.eltuce, 1 large leaf %  ponge Bake, 2 inch sector Tastl-Diet l-Vult Cocktail. Vi cup Coffee 01 Tea. as desiie.l 1(12 9 90 0 326 99 170 40 4'l 90 IfJ 193 17 16 j 111 TWENTIETH DAY MENU 122S Calories Breakfast Calories Taall-Dlft Grapefruit sections. OUP 40' Cooked Cereal,';, %  „,,, ,-ta.ked .. 100 with nalsiris. 2 talrlesiioons _.. _. 58 Hklm Milk, M cap 4;, Cracked Wheat Toast. 1 slice C5 Tastl-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon .._ 9 Skim Milk. 8 or an Coffee, as desin ,1 's TOTAL "IOT Lunch licet Soup, 1 cup 100 Salmon si*iatl Plate: Salmon (dra d ..f oil), 3 oz. .. 1S6 lettuce, 2 large leaves 5 Tomato, •., medium 15 Radishes, ft small 1 Tastl-DittChel's Dressing, 1 tablc*|ioon 16 Tastl-Diet Cuatard 1'uddlng, !'j cup If gWxfl Milk, 8 oz 9 TOTAL ~420 Dinner %  toiled ru-ef (very lean), 3 oz. 1 Mi with Horseradish, tawe a poona 10 steamed Brown Rice, 'cup inn SLtaill, ti ICrot till. [ : imp To**r(l Uri en SalnW^ betrnce, Kndlvc, Romalne. 14 cups Tastl-Diet Whipped Dressing, 1 lal>les|mon Tastl-Diet Cherries, 'i cup ... 60 Coffee or Tea. as tlesiuel 0 Syria Reports Arkged Concentration of Troops LONDON (J*|A) — A Beirut report to the British pr'ess here said that Syria has complained to Britain. Franf* •* the United States —sisnato||iu of fit \99t Tri-Partite Declaration guanmtceing the present borders of Israel and the Arab countries ~,.auJJn.st alleged "concentrations of Israeli troops" Z0A Leaders Convene to Discuss Future of Zionism NEW YORK (JTA) — The future role and functions of the Zionist Organization as a decisive force in the building and safeguarding of the State of Israel and as an instrument for cultural survival of the Jewish tpeople everywhere, were stressed here by Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Oron the Syrian-Israel .frontier. Newsganization 0 f America and chairpapers here also carried a dispatch j man 0 f t j, e American Zionist Ppunstating that the Lebanese Foreign Minister has denied reports that Israel had allegedly massed troops on the Lebanon-Israel frontier. 20 TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL 404 122d TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL 1221 EIGHTEENTH DAY MENU 1168 Calories Breakfast Calories 31 1110 TWENTY-FIRST DAY MENU 1169 Calories Calories Orange Juice, I oz 50 Scrambled En. 1 .... 75 prepared with I'.uttci. 1 teaspoon 35 Whole Wheat Toast, 1 thinVlice 65 Tastl-Diet Jelly, 1 tablespoon Skim Milk. S oz. .. 80 Coffee, as desired 0 Cabinet Appro** Budget ImieuK; I tvMfft Retained JERtf!Abf§l HffA) — The Israel CaWffet has |jRm,ved ., 17. million pound increase in its current budget. The ftfilinal budget provided for 210 mfflMfn pounds in expenditure. A f^^rfrfhent spokesman said that the Wiget remains balanced m view of {he fact that the additional expenses — mainly cil, and Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former ZOA president and member of the Jewish Agency executive. The two Bitinl*t leaders spoke before 350 key workers and leaders from nine ZOA Regions, assembled at the First ZOA Area Conferenccon World Zionist Affairs. TOTAL Lunch m Cottage Cheese Salad, '• cup 1'IS with Tasti-Diet Prune Prams, V, cup 60 LettttOS la-af, 1 large 3 Tastl-Diet Whipped Dressing. 1 teaspoon ..5 Tomato Soup, '• %  cup H Whole Wheat Toast. 1 tliin slice 68 Tasti-Dlet Vanilla Pudding. Vi cup 30 (made with skim Milki with Tasti-lii.t Chocolate Topping, 2 tablespoons 8 Skim Milk. I OS. N AJC, ADL Leave Southwest Community Relations Council HOUSTON (JTA) — Action by the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in announcing their withdrawal from the Southwest for education^ health services'and Jewish Community Relations Counpolice — are balanced by increased | cil and their intention to es, b, s 1 income from custom duties and I 0 1 regional offices brought detaxes, mands that the two national agencies reconsider the situation. Marcus Ginsburg, chairman of the Council, has notified the federations and community councils affiliated with it of receipt of notice from the two agencies "that they have decided to sever their relationships with our organization in 1954 and that each national agency plans to open a functional regional office in the Southwest." Gerard Swope Establishes $100,000 Fund for Students TEL AVIV (JTA) — The establishment by Gerard Swope, former president of the General Electric Company in the United States, of a $100,000 fund for loans to students of the Haifa Technion and the Hebrew University was announced here by Dr. Karl Compton. of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The fund will enable many students to pay their tuition by securing the necessary loans. A large number of students in the Haifa Technion and in the TOTAL Dinner 111 mall kloope. i., I;;:.M.JK .2 ,.„,.,„.„„,. Calories •-' 'shlespttons, Uilk, I .!"'"• ,,,,n %  *• red '"T.ti. Lunch ^,,Hh. 6 „z %  ". t'nV'i m H '"•> 2 ur.. u v: S AU,d urge leave. AflS •OJs, I ,„ A I. Dinner l:v ..-m ; .k,„.,o,. K!" „* V '"''""• iv.?he.~ 30 150 11 35 IS 65 90 0 19S 16J 5'i 35 |f M 465 20* 14 12 I.', 87 Tastl-Diet Peaches. '; cup %  with Cold Cereal, '/} cup Salm Milk, 1 cup Whole U lo it Toast, 1 thin slice Tastl-Diet Jelly. 1 tablespoon Skim Milk. 4 or. Coffee, as desired .. TOTAL Lunch Baked IB, 1 With Spinach. I cup ami American Cheese, Vi or. Cracked Wheat Bread, 1 thin slice Cut umber Salhil: Cucumber, 'i medium lettuce. 2 lailtc leaves Tastl-Diet Whipped Di • I teaspoon Snow Crtam* isee ret'ip*), 1 serving Skim Milk. I oz. ti 65 9 Mil 0 3S.-. .' 1 |3 TOTAL :!7* Dinner Hamburger. 3 os. 1 astii.iei Corn, yellow bole "kernel, "1 <\< Tasti-Dlet Tomatoes, U 'U|> Orange ami rsnapefruit Salad: Tasti-DIrl flra|iefrult sections, ', cup 11.1 nge sections, fresh, 'i cup Lettuce Leaf, 1 huge Tastl-Hiei Chef's Difssii Ing. 1 tablespoon Tasti-Dlet Plums, 'j cui> Co/fee, as rVanlieil 1ST lllll 13 TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL 1163 Till' A I. 65 9 9n 0 114 SO 130 NINTEENTH DAY MENU 1142 Calories Breakfast Calories Oran-e Juice, '.cup '" Hot Cereal. cup. cooked \\ bob When I Toast, 1 thin slice J astl-Dlet Jelly, I iahlcs|..,.,n klm .Milk. os Coffee, as desiictl Lunch Hot Tomato lui' • fsee r.ilpe). I cup Deviled Kgg Sandwich: Hnatl, whole wheat 2 thin slices Kax. hanl cooked, 1 Tastl-I'iel W'ii|.p.il Drei 1 tablespoon Lettuce I large It av. s Tastl-Db 1 Chtiro s, tap Chocolate Snape. --man bairn Milk, s oz TOTAL *£*?* Dinner Broiled niet of fhoiinder. oz. with Lemon, %  and Parsley, mlm-ed. 2 tablfsiMnwie Stemiie.1 Spinach. '. • "• Make'* ivoa't* 1 me.ilnm flyc Bread, 1 thin slice Tossed tii.-in .v. Letlui Ilomame Broiled Liver, t t.z. i6n with TaaU-DUl Tomatoes, 1 clip' >" Tastl-Diet Corn, yellow, ''. cup 100 Tastl-Diet string Beans, 1 cup IS Vegetable Salad: Diced Celery, Carrot, Qreea Pepper, Cucumber antl Cabbage With 'teaspoon Kiattil Onion and 1 tables|sion Tastl-Diet Whlppetl Dressing, '1 cup 14 Tastl-Diet Apricots. '_• cup %  Vanilla Wafers, small Coffee in Tea, as desired TOTA L DAYS TOTAL t.'il 1169 Hi *gf 117 4 I RECIPES Spiced Peaches 2 Tastl-Dlel Peach Halves It Whole Cloves ', cup litpiitl fi.nn Teaches Place peaches In small can. rounded side. Stick 6 cloves in each hair. Pour llt(uid over P.nke or broil :'ii minutes. Scr\e hot. 1 serving; total calories — 45. Dietetic Potato Salad 4 cups lloilctl P '.alii'•-, cubed cold 1 tables n1 HI. 011s. grated or finel> chopped 2 tablespoons Pimento, chopped, water packed t* ciil' Celery, finely chopped : > i.iiilc.~|ioonParsley, finely mlncecl 1 ib,1,1 Cooked Eggs, cut gp Taatl-Wel Whipped Dreeatagj llh 2 tablesniHiiis Vinegar sail antl Pepper to ta ite Mix all Ingredients together Allow to chill I" lefrlgerator. H inai be pro,,ai.,i evening before servlnjr. B>rva on eriep salad greens Uarnlsh with green pep|ier rings and egg slices. > servines: total cti.„,es -TT1 Cl.nlc. rvlng — 99. ^ ^ Snow Cream 1 envtiope Tasti-i'iei Vanflla Pudding W, cups Skim Milk Prepare podding according to tlire.,h, n ,.„ package.uslnu ', %  %  |.s Sk n Milk Sin well. Pour slowlj o\ei welli.eaten .-gg lo arhlch pinch o mil has ,,,!,.,! cook In doubli • | l ":„;; l ,,„e thicken. Remove fnaa cms.. poUf Hit" "'"lils and hill until flrrn 4 servings, total calorics He. Calories per serving **• Hot Tomato Juice i, up TastlDiet Tomato Paste Mu'thoeoeibiy, heat. ---"".*Jg -alt and pepp.-r 1 serving, f'al .slot ies — 50 Additional copies of the Tillie^ jLewl* 21-day diet may be ob, Xtained by writing to The Jewish \Floridian, P. O. Box 2973. Miami \li. Florida. their studies. Warburg Issues Call to US Jewry for Gifts to Israel NEW YORK (JTA) — With the Festival of Purim over and separated by only four weeks from the Hebrew UnTversity'find it "difficult | Festival of Passover, the United to raise sufficient funds to finance, Jewish Appeal has called on American Jews to mark this period of Judaism's freedom holidays with an outpouring of contributions in behalf of the UJA's 1954 "freedomserving" campaign. Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, pointed out that "the Purim and Passover holidays are among the oldest freedom festivals in the world" and said that "the UJA regards this period as uniquely appropriate for a reJews in Holland Seek Return Of Girl Held by Catholics THE HAGUE (JTA) — The Board of Jewish Communities in Holland has addressed an appeal to the archbishops of Belgium and Holland urging their intervention in search for a Jewish girl believed to be hidden by Roman Catholic authorities. The girl, Anneke Beekdedication to_the '"fto !" !" s ti r .? p man, who is 13 years old. was resented by the 1954 campaig: whisked away from a Roman Catholic boarding school near Banneaux just a few minutes before detectives arrived. Miss Beekman is one of two Jewish war orphans cared for in non-Jewish homes. US Zionist Groups Establish Central Office in Washington NEW YORK (JTA) — The national Zionist organizations in the United States have established a committee to be known as the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, with headquarters in Washington. The committee will "conduct and direct public action on behalf of the American Zionist movement, bearing upon relations with governmental authorities, with a view to maintaining and improving friendship and good will between the United States and Israel." Israel Cabinet Member Received by Chilean President SANTIAGO (JTA) — Chilean President Ibanez, received Dr. Joseph Burf, Israel Minister of Posts, Telegraph and Telephones, in a half-hour audience during which they discussed Israel-Chilean relations. Later, Dr. Burg, who is touring Latin America in behalf of the Israel Bond Drive, inaugurated a bond sales campaign at a banquet in the city's leading hotel. The Israel Legation also gave a reception for Dr. Burg which was attended by members of the diplomatic corps led by the Papal Nuncio and mcmbers'of the Chilean government. ADL Officials Leave for Germany to Study Conditions NEW YORK (JTA) — Three officials of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith left by plane here for Germany, at the invitation of the West German Government, to study conditions affecting JeWs. They will join a party of 24 other Americans who are making a fourweek tour of Germany as guests of the Bonn Government to study cultural and industrial life there. "Brotherhood Week" Started in Germany FRANKFURT (JTA) — The annual observance of "Brotherhood Week," a concept which the German Societies for Christian-Jewish Cooperation adapted from the American model, was inaugurated in a dozen German cities. As in previous years, F-.-deral President Theodor Heuss has accepted the protectorate over "Brotherhood Week." Blast at Zionism Marks Czech Observance LONDON (WNS)—President Antonin Zapotocky of Czechoslovakia, addressing the nation on the sixth anniversary of the establishment of the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia, gloated that his country had been able to "settle accounts with all vestiges of Slanskyism" and appealed for relentless war against Zionism, social democracy and bourgeois nationalism, according to a Prague radio broadcast.



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[ Y .MARCH26J954_ •>l**UhnrsrlrH*>ri PAGE 7 B ;xt Of Jewish Home For Aged Committee Report i„R NOTE: The Jewish Fil,,, below the com| JJ IS? B I Hfinlmum. Vrt lh.BuHdlna Committee if LhHome fr the Aired. £'*," II "rt meeting of the W**L ,l\ The edltoiH I.W>. S ""'*H,l K eal Office of the Anti-Delion League of B'nai B'rith, is pg St. Petersburg and Tampa week to confer with ADL and B'rith leaders there. Mle in St. Petersburg, Balkin peet with Frank G. Kleinfeld, (a State ADL chairman, to disUlans for the ADL presenta|t the forthcoming convention J Florida State Federation of JB'rith Lodges to be held in liltmcire Terrace Hotel, Miami ft April 10th through 12th. [ will also meet in St. Peters|'ith David J. Wolper, ADL fan of the St. Petersburg [A Cohen B'nai B'rith Lodge. !" "Pa. Balkin will meet with 'JCutler, president of the .i State Federation of B'nai %  Lodges. Mrs. William B. ADL chairman of the "State Federation of B'nai mm n '" cha Pters. and HarR ADL ( 'hinnan of the T* B nai B'rith Lodge. for .the aged both here and in Chicago. Thereupon, with Federation's approval, we launched the Ablin Memorial Campaign with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips, Abe Kurman and Jack Arvey in the top leadership. Then 12 months ago, we initiated the joint Master Plan Committee with Federation. Abe Kurman honored me — for it was an honor to chair our committee and cochair the joint committee with Stanley Myers. Our representatives on the joint committee were Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips, Abe Kurman, Jimmy Kopelowitz, Jack Arvey, Fay Ablin. Harold Spa*t. Dr. Samuel, Gertman and Maury PesHstein. Is addition to Stanley Myers, the Fed eration representatives wereflBil Gould, Dr. Kurt Peiser, Sam Resnick, Is Simkowitz, Ben Rosenberg and Mike Gettinger. We met opa period of months exploring, djKuasiAg.and grappling with every phase of aged care. We conducted .a study and published the results of that study for the joint committee. We agreed that during the next 10 to 15 years there would likely be a need for an institution of 175-200 beds. The joint committee thereupon approved the immediate development of a master architectural plan, of which the Ablin Memorial with some 40 beds, would be the first unit. The master plan would be a flexible one — additional units would be built only as the need became unmistakably evident and funds were available. The joint committee also approved the employment of I. S. Loewenberg, noted institutional architect of Chicago, as the architect. Several weeks later, Mr. Loewenberg visited Miami. He met with the joint committee and then with our Board, at which time he was officially employed with Irvin Korach as the local associate architect. Mr. Loewenberg was commissioned to execute the master plan as well as the Ablin Memorial. His sketches and the thinking of the joint committee were presented to the Executive Committee of Federation. After full discussion the Executive Committee unanimously approved and authorized a building campaign for $200,000. It is unnecessary for me to go into details of the campaign and the inspiring leadership of Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips and Abe Kurman. In December, 1953, the Master Plan Committee completed its work and was dissolved. In January, 1954, President Kurman appointed the Ablin Building Committee to work with the architects on the final plans and construction of the Memorial. I don't know whether Abe Kurman likes me or not, but I got the chairmanship again. I got something else too — the finest building committee in the history of this Jewish community. Leon Jacobs and Barney Lee are my cochairmen, and Jack Carner became chairman of the Steering Committee. The other members are Sid Ansin, Jack Arvey, Dan Broad, Ben Fleeman, Dr. Gertman, Jim Kopelowitz, Abe Kurman, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dave Phillips, A. J. Paul and Maury Pearlstein. The Federation representatives are Emil Gould, Sam.Resnick and Mike Gettinger, and their guidance and counsel and general helpfulness were invaluable and will never be forgotten. Never did a committee work more cooperatively, more devotedly, more loyally, or more intelligently. The plans and specifications were eona over again and again, especially by the Steering Committee. You should know the members of Jack Camer's steering committee. They are Sid Ansin, Ben Fleeman, Emil Guild, Abe Kurman, Barney Lee, A. J. Paul, and Sam Resnick. They carried the major burden of responsibility and they deserve your highest praise and appreciation. The final plans and specifications were submitted to the steerine committee by Irvin Korach on Friday, February 28rh. They met at the Home on Monday, March 1st, after spending the entire weekend individually poring over the plans and specifications. They were unanimous in their conviction that the Ablin Memorial would be outstanding for its construction, functional qualities and its beauty. They authorized the letting of bids in accordance with the principles laid down by the entire building corrunittee. Fourteen general contractors—Jewish and nonJewish—had been selected from a group of 25. Five of these 14 refused to bid because they could not handle the work at this time. The builders on the committee, refusing to bid themselves, agreed that all 9 who wished to bid were among the top general contractors in Dade County. On April 16th the steering committee met with the 9 contractors and in their presence the sealed bids were opened and announced by Mr. Loewenberg. The lowest Lukas Foss to Perform Own Concerto With U of M Orchestra Sunday, Monday Pianist-composer Lukas Foss will I came a naturalized citizen in due be soloist with the University of j time. Miami Symphony Orchestra on SunHe studied conducting with day ajuL Monday evenings at the I Kousseviteky and composition with Miam'Mhch an#C?de County AuPaul Ihademilh at the terkshire difcrtMh?^ M' Music Center: He continued his ^H ftjf iffinr JDKW Bitter will lead studies with Hindemith at Yale the orchestra in readings of the University. Foss' incidental music *! -Mpr "s awarded the contract later that day when the entire uunding committee met. I have been specifically requested by the building committee to make known to the Board one of Its basic decisions. Irvin Korach will supervise the construction from beginning to end. We request the wholehearted cooperation of the entire Board in adhering strictly to the policy that any matters relating to construction shall be discussed and cleared with Mr. Korach. Mr. Chairman, I understand that Abe Kurman told the Women's Auxiliary at its Donor Luncheon last week that "the Ablin Memorial, when completed, will be considered by the entire Miami community, as well as the family and friends of Jack Ablin, as the finest institutional facility for the aged in the South." I am positive he is correct in that judgment. Mr. Chairman, not only has it been an honor and a real privileee to serve or. ir.is committee, but a tremendously worthwhile experience as well. We have learned how j to work together. We have learned how to plan for the future. We I have learned the meaning and value of our Greater Miami Jewish j Federation and how to work jointly i with it and the other member agencies in it. We have truly come of age. For all this, I express ray appreciation to you, and for all of you | and myself to the members of the building committee, who worked j so well for the aged, the Home and 1 the Jewish community. Bitter will lead in readings of the Symphony in A major, Uy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Scheherezade. Symphonic Suite opus 35, by Nikolai Rinisky-Korsakoff. Mr. Foss will be featured as soloist in a performance of his own Piano Concerto No. 2. with Mr. Bitter on the podium. The main work was dedicated to the late Dr. Serge Koussevitzky. J Foss was boijQn Berlin but is ueually consider* an American composer. He had four years of study at the Paris Conservatory before arriving*in this country, at the age of fifteen^ He. entered the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia and beto Shakespeare's play. 'The Tempest, won for him the Pulitzer Prize in 1942. Even though he is still very young, he has a number of compositions to his credit, most of which have had public performances. Last summer, his Concerto No. 2 was performed at the Berkshire Festival with the composer as soloist. M Hotel Will f Summer Season IStii^T owner -ts Approval A capacity house was present at the debut concert of the Jewish Community Singers, directed by Margaret and Ben Yeoman, which was held at Miami Beach Senior High School last Sunday evening. Stars of the evening were Meline Kulhanjian, lyric soprano, and Julio Milano, dramatic tenor. The choir, under the direction of Yeoman, rendered a number of popular pieces. "The Jewish Community Singers is an organization only concerned with promoting music and art in our community and is receiving new recruits day by d>y. tt has the support of many of the Rabbis of the Greater Miami area," according to a statement here by Rabbi Alfred Waxman and Rabbi Morris Skop. Greater Miami dentists join in me drive supporting the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown seated (left to right) are Drs. Irving Gordon, H. D. 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IV. MARCH 26. 1354 Jmist, Fkrldian PAGE 3 A | friedland Reelected President "enter Becomes Temple Emanu-EI AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE J living Lenrman ueiU and bamuel rneaiona iright) preUaques for distinguished service to two former presidents [Miami Beach Jewish Center, Harry Sirkin (second from jnd Joseph M. Rose at the 11th annual meeting held Sunlight. Sirkin and Rose were named honorary life presided the session which adopted the name of Temple u-El and reelected Friedland president. liiami Beach Jewish Center hpted the name Temple El. effective immediately. nnounced by Samuel Frieddnosday. The congregation favor of the change at its mal meeting, held Sunday the Cotillion Room of the Hotel. land, chairman of the nd founder of Food Fair |wareelected president at iting. Elected as vice presiI serve with Friedland were Fruchtman. Ben Binder, | J Halperin. Alex Sussman ge J. Talianoff. |selertion of our new name, ns God Is With Us,' will [more definite recognition ngregatiop in the commu ibbi Irving Lehrman said. Emanu-EI best signifies which has enabled our J to grow in every manner piy during its short but sigJ history." he asserted. |se the name ot Miami wish Center has become By known, it will remain as Ue on printed matter, the ud. The wide adoption of e "center" by other syna| in Greater Miami caused members of the congre' suggest the change. blight of the dinner meetItbe presentation of plaques Ist presidents of the conhn. Harry Sirkin and Joseph \ Rabbi Lehrman made the ptmn and at the same time that Sirkin and Rose 1 made honorary life presi'affectionate recognition tnan a decade of loyal and service to the congregaOld, Young Cheer One Another The oldest and youngest generations shared a unique exchange of gifts Friday morning at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center in keeping with the spirit of the holiday of Purim. A special trip was arranged for residents of the Jewish Hrtme tor the Aged to visit with the tioys and girls, age three to five, at the nursery school of the Center's Town Branch in a dramatic observ ance of the Feast of Esther, bridging the span of years with a warm display of mutual fondness. The packages of "Purim goodies" were prepared by residents at the Home. The youngsters, in turn, prepared a special program of holiday songs and skits for their hosts. The program was arranged by Mrs. Ethel Grossman, GMJCC Nursery School supervisor, and Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, the Center's extension worker at the Home. Among the residents participating in the presentation were Isaac Yurkowitz, Isadore Doctor, Mrs. Bessie Mott. Mrs. Esther Kaplin, Mrs. Jennie Gertstein, Mrs. Rebecca Gold, Mrs. Yetta Kardon, Mrs. Anna Goldberg. Mrs. Minnie Berliner and Mrs. Sidonie Gluck. TB Test is Discovered At Denver Hospital DENVER—An entirely new test for distinguishing between different types of tuberculosis germs has been discovered in the William Randolph Hearst Research Laboratory of the National Jewish Hospi 4-i i tt. Denvur,.,it .was, announced here. „ ,.,„., Known as the "catalase test," which can be performed easily by laboratory technicians, the new method promises to be very Useful in determining the treatment of patients whose TB germs become resistant to isoniazid, the announcement said. Isoniazid has been the most effective drug to date in combatting tuberculosis. Research, conducted under a grant from the'^'Nsrtibhal Tuberculosis Association, is credited with the discovery. Previously, a very complicated and expensive procedure was required to distinguish between these different types of tuberculosis germs. /FYOUSUFFER g% M M §LM of HEADACHE "M I #w NEURALGIA >' NEURITIS RELIEF with The way thousands of physicians and dentists recommend HIRE'S WHY Anoein is like o doctor's prescription. Thot is, Anoein contains not just one but o combination ol medicolly proved active ingredients. No other product gives faster, longer-lasting relief from poin of headache, neuritis, neuralgia than Aoocin Tablets, tuy Anocin todo/l PASSOVER C A NII1 E S Kosher L'Pesach nCB^ 1C3 ARCHER FRUIT COMPANY 317 Lincoln Road ARCHIE BRICK Miami Beach PHONE 5-6950 F M. Lip!., n was elected Tand Dr Herman MechF named financial secreIWttl to the Board of Di pr three year terms were r, rman J seph Cherner, Wower. David Levinson, n p eiser. Edward Singer, Hubm. Alfred Stone and "aitatin. I •>" Join members of the C,'? s are unexpired. g of officers has been set PJ evening. 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IARCH2§J^1 -.'* u k*>Ut nwlrlfari inn Grooms jr Role of [n Leader utd from Page 1 B is have just about Vcrnir Naumann as the a jer lor their fringe e nominal bosses of ale splinlcr croups, in J newspaper correspondfrfrnn wledgeu that NauIrsnnality. prestige and his dedication to the I him an ideal choice is a hardened opporboled by that arch liar Herr Goebbels. He is bud of his past activity Ii propaganda ministry ays, gave him excellent dealing with presenting. He is the tense, Beer type although in he bears a superficial to his ex-boss, Goebnanner is forceful. He %  oke or drink. He dressItively and meticulously" | himself on a scholarly conducts a profitable brt business in partnerea Lucht, widow of an in the propaganda heir establishment in combining home and hcludes two small brick rounded by a high wire fa sign at the entrance— fytes!" (Only rarely does %  visit his wife and four }ho live in Stuttgart.) He : precautions in meeting jsitors. proposing to "senfends that such meetings in the American zone. I'S realism rejects any Motions of Germany rei our life-time" to world he does envision a cupying the dominant ope. For that purpose is important for Gerneeessarily a demonany but his kind of to throw in its lot Vest. i friend: "I am convincI best hope for Germany [ourselves inside out for (Cipal creditor (United make an alliance with eat power, rather than lat pauper like Italy." [some far-fetched hope— ouble with the British— the United States "to Americans that if we I power we would be their p and work against the contaminated governEurope." Jvement has "few conhe United States and not | Britain, says Naumann. aims a "vast number of France and Belgium. isands of people who coll*ith us Nazis were so 1 treated afterwards that ur friends for life," he only wait for the day 0 power." pn insists he will have l*ith former Nazis whd Policy of collaboration "-'Viet Union. Some of Nazi pals have taken "> money, others have over the border. Nau1e wants no part of PAGE 3 E Nude does not square William Edelstein (left) announces a project to cover prospects in all downtown office buildings as trade leaders meet with General Chairman Sam I. Heiman (second from left). Other group leaders are Artie Kravitz, retail stores; Leo Ackerman, insurance; and Bill Weintraub, retail stores. handled by Germany's leaders. When the story of the Naumann conspiracy broke, editorial reaction j abroad was sharp and prompt. One i American correspondent wrote: "Hitler's rise to power could have been stopped at any time had the Other political leaders in Germany been willing to.get together and jajgpfeim,, 'I hey didnX The action fgamsi today's nco-Nazia i>to step bit snakes while they are little Makes. The hope is that (this period) will not be recorded comparably to 20 years ago when a middlesized snake was allowed by default to become a monster serpent overnight." with all the facts surrounding his arrest last year. An official British announcement at that time said he and his group were "principally concerned with the propagation of anti-western views and policies." Their conspiracy was reported to have had links in Communist East Germany and "possibly Moscow itself." Thus, typical of the power-hungry politician. Werner Naumann can be all things to all men. The man who worked hand-in-hand S th Goebbels to develop the most Famous anti-Semitic propaganda drive in history now asserts that, in fact, he opposed Julius Streichec's program of exterminating Jevrs. There is no public record of this. For the moment, Naumann eschews anti-Semitism, considering it of dubious political value at a time when the neo-Nazi movement must tread carefully to avoid the wrath and political sanctions of both the Bonn Government and occupation authorities. There is, perhaps, an insight to his personal attitude toward Jews in these statements which he has made to intimates: There was always social antiJewish feeling in upper circles in Germany. My father was a judge. We had a Jewish doctor for the family and my father was in daily contact with Jews in the court. But he never thought to bring them home. That snobbish sentiment is still there, plus the impact of 10 years of Hitler's anti-Semitic propaganda. Jews whose families were victims of Hitler's policy have understandable grounds to hate us as long as they live. Despite his air of sophistication, Naumann is unable to divorce himSUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTIL-SANITARIUM FOR am W MUI CW .•TsrarftOT for MfW FILTERS far yewAIR CONDITIONER c A 11 "PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL" 82-8038 MOM •SMS <0*NUT PlOtUCTS KOSHIN *$£& self from all the shopworn canards. For example: I feel that Jews shaped the Morgenthau policy, and that this has done great harm to us. I believe that Jewish influence is mainly responsible for the United States' continuing to keep several hundred Nazis jailed at Landsburg. Also, I am informed that over 60 percent of the capital in New York City is Jewish. Naturally, I hope that this dominant Jewish Influence will not continue. But Naumann does not go along "with the nonsense of a world Jewish conspiracy such as Frau Ludendorf's, with her fantastic notions about the Sanhedrin and mystic masonic interlockings dominating the world." Naumann maintains that if he were free to campaign politically, he wonTd* quickly show at least 10 percent of the vote — within a year, 20 percent. He says that the older Germans — many of them former Nazi party members — are awaiting a leader with a dynamic program. He is confident of support from some of the former Hitler youth, who are now of fighting age, and from many of the old SSWaffen men. Is Werner Naumttm a threat to a German democracy? The answer probably lies in the way he is Outdoor Club Names Officers at GMJCC Newly formed Outdoor Club of the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center has elected the following officers: Fred Berlowe, president; Bob Weinstein, vice president; Renee I.ipson, corresponding secretary; Stan Licht, recording secretary; and Don Roberts, treasurer. 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)A Y, MAR CH 26, 1954 -JenlsHhridttati PAGE 13 B jdeis Friends Set Stage for Dinner Di Lido; Dr. Sachar to be Speaker i Abram L. Sachar, president Lmicis university in Waltha.n Bchux'.t, will be Principal TL at a meeting of the Miami Bs of Brandeis Iniversity to held on Thursday. April 1st, inm at the Delano Hotel. LnGaines and Ben Danbaum u community leaders, will Je as co-chairmen of the eveaffair. b w in its ••i*" 1 academic year, bdeis iniversity is located on Aacrr campus near Boston, and [op^-ne.l in 1!M8 as the first nonar ian institution of higher ning in the Western Hemisletfbc founded by the Amen[jewish ((immunity. Lthor, eduratdypd scholar I Sachar servelWr director of %  National Hillel Foundations be[Hjnraing the Brandeis presifcy in 1948. Earlier he served as ember of the history faculty of |Univer>itv of Illinois. His aulitativc text. "A History of the V" is now in its 15th printing. it present. Brandeis numbers 1 undergraduate body of 867 men and women and has cned 40 students in its new GradSchrml of Arts and Sciences. hex Lerner is chairman of the juate School, which offers adfed degrees in Chemistry, MUM%  Composition, Near Eastern and Lie Studies, and Psychology. Ichar received his undergradu [education at Washington UniLiy and pursued graduate study [three years at Cambridge UniGerman Academy Honors Three Jewish Scientists MUNICH (WNSi Three of the 14 foreign scientists who were appointed this week to the Bavarian Academy of Science are Jews, it was revealed when the list was made public. Among the Jewish appointees are Professor Otto Lewi, winner of the 1936 Nobel Prize in phisiology, now a resident of New York, and two Budapest mathematicians. Leopold Feier and Frederick Ries. for youd&assover ible Dr. Abram L. Sachar Isloo Honored For Content Work The presentation banner, "See America First^ made by Mabel Davis of the \ejpwien's Division, Hotel Greeters or America, was pre sented to Louis Esloe at the Lord Tarleton Hotel here for his outstanding work in promoting the national slogan, by Leo Ethier. chair man of the Board of Governors. Esloe. who is vice president of the Hotel Greeters of America. Tropical ( barter No. 19 of South Florida, and regional director of the "See America First" program, has just completed the third annual state wide essay contest, and ity in England. He is the recipj wmners wi] i be made some time of honorary degrees from five ersilies. including the degree | i n *P r Over 2.800 contestants participated throughout Florida A national "See America First Week" bill has been presented by Louis Esloe to Congress and with the cooperation of Florida Senator George Smathers. Doctor of Humanities from IIkiWesleyan Iniversity in trib[to the impact he made on Chrisstudents who attended the Iversity of Illinois and were inF nced by his courses in Comktive Religion and Books That knged Our Thinking. WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeiroet Mad* to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Enteriainmenl and all other dotails arranged for TOUT formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, 8UNDAYS A HOLIDAY* •3-1988 TACK & JILL CATERERS U N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ava. General Repair on all Make Trucka and Car Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Palntln Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service •lionet 3-2244, 2-652 MO S.W. Itfc Strtat ^sJsm-Ruby-rdl MANISCHEWITZ borscht No wonder women say It dtun't pay thin lo make their own borscht! Manischewitl %  takei it so rick and delicious for you, with yeuni. tender, firdea-fresk beets and choice seasoninf s made to ManischewiU standards at purity and kaskrutk. Stands to reason it's the finest borscM yaue ever tasted I Order Early! beV for <... TNIt STMH It TMI ISSIIaME OF STRICTEST USMWH 111 FINEST IIUITTI SUN SbcWiied, \1RSIS PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT%ILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS IY JEWISH PATRONS WITH **J&6 *W \J i % uoY Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Yaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director PHONE 5-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route salesman



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PAGE 8 A +jf**lf*ir*0*r "PAY, MARCH* r Kurman Named to Third Term as Head Of Jewish Home; Kopelowitz Reelected Board of Directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged at a meeting Sunday elected Abe Kurman president for a third term. Kurman and' M. J. Kopelowitz, reelected Brard chairman, were lauded for their '"outstanding leadership and vi; ion in developing the Home's-re! ililative program and projected expansion of its physical facilities." Other officers elected were Jodfe Harold B. Spaet, honorary president; S. I. Bernbaum. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and David Phillip.-, vice presidents; Dr. Joseph M. V\ eidberg, treasurer; Archie Greenberg, financial secretaryBenjamin Appel, Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Sol Silverman and Judge Spaet were selected. For the past year a committee consisting of Judije Spaet, Bernbaum. Kurman. Kopelowitz. Max C. Gettinger of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Maurice Pearlstein. the Home's executive director, has been in negotiations with a committee of the Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation headed by its president. Stanley M. Beckerman. At the meeting Sunday, the Board approved a set of principles Mr>. Sol Silverman. corresponding by which Jewish aged residents of secretary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, j Hollywood would be eligible for recording secretary. ]n the balloting for election. to the Admissions Committee. Mrs. Beth Sholom Men To Meet Monday A top-notch entertainment program is on tap for members and guests of Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club on Monday night, when the organization holds its monthly meeting. JBookbinder. "The Prince of Jewish Humor,"' will be featured at 'he meeting. Bookbinder is on a Southern tour, and the stint at the Men's Club will be the only strp on Miami Beach, according to Alrrt L. Rosen, who is in charge of arrangements for the evening. In a new twist, the men will ser e as hosts to the Temple Sisterhood who have been invited to i at'.cid the affair. Also in the program will be commr-ity singing with accordionist H> fried. The business session, aceor' ing to Jack Abbott. Hen's Club prt ident. will include a report on toe group's youth activities. Meyer Eggnatz. chairman of the Youth Project Committee, will m: e the report on "Teen Town." the youth program sponsored bv the Men's Club. — aJmission to the Home and authorised the committee to enter into a written agreement with Hollywood. Dr. Samuel Gertman. Home medical director and chairman of the Geriatrics Section. Department of Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, reported on a developing medical program by which, with the close I cooperation of the staff of Mount I Sinai, a forward-looking rehabilitative program is under way at the I Home. Medicine, social and psychological factors are linked and fused I together to add "life to years ,is well as years to life." he said, anj nouncing that Mount Sinai was not j only caring for the Home's residents when they were in need of hospital care, but now was giving each applicant for admission the most thoroughly type of medical examination. He praised the Board and medical staff of Mount Sinai for their cooperation and their intense interest in the new and rapidly growing field of geriatrics. One of the highlights of the meeting occurred when Kurman accepted on behalf of the Home an oil portrait of Max Land painted by Miami Beach artist Warren Soned. The painting was presented by Mrs. Fannie Land, through her niece. Joint Building Committee of the Jewish Home 1c r the Aged and Greater Miami Jewish Fedej. tion completes its work in planning for the new Ablin Memorial Building of the Home. Seated front (left to right) are Abe Kurman, Jim Kopelowitz, Jack Corner, chairman of the Buildim Steering Committee. Dave Phillips. Seated rear (left to right) are Emil Gould, Irvin KoiadJ local associate architect, and Daniel M. Broad. Standing (left to right) are Sam Resnick, Sid3 ney D. Ansin, S. I. Bernbaum. chairman of the Building Committee, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Ben Fleeman. Maurice Pearlstein. and Max C. Gettinger. Members not shown are Leon l Jacobs and Bamey Lee, co-chairmen of the committee, CoL Jacob M. Arvey, A. J. Paul and] Dr. Samuel Gertman. Willner Vies for School Board Seat Arthur Lee Willner this week announced his platform in his campaign for a seat on the Board of Public Instruction, Group 3. "I advocate the forming of a citizens advisory group to the School Board composed of a number of persons from each school whose members will include two Mrs. S. Weiner. Mrs. Land, who now resides in Israel, became the first founder-member of the Home in 1943 when she contributed $10,000 in memory of her husband. Attending their first meeting as new Board members were Norman Babel, Jack Carner. Jack B. Cooper. Ben Fleeman. Paul R. Gordon, Leon B. Jacobs. Mrs. Fred Jonas. Sam Keywell. Harold Kravitz. A. J. Paul and Mrs. David Phillips. parents and a teacher," Willner said. He also explained that a student would be represented from high schools here. Advocating changes in the disciplinary system, the Miami attorney proposes additional hours in school instead of expulsion for delinquent children, a bond issue for new schools "and replacement of incompetent and neurotic teachers by attracting better educators to the area through pay raises." Willner is a graduate of Shenandoah Junior High School, Miami Senior High School and received the BS degree from the University of South Carolina. He was eranted the LLB degree from the University of Miami. Willner served 42 months as a midshipman and Marine Corps officer during World War U and 14 months in the Korean war — eight of them in Korea. Fascell Promises Better Harbor Here Congressional candidate „ B. Fascell outlined his campiis, platform for members of the Is j ami Beach Elks Lodge last we*] calling for a strong US. econoaki attitude in foreign affairs. "Economic assistance should k] continued only to those countrial which use it properly to nab] themselves independent," said Ik] 37-year-old legislator. "Our strength as free men all women depends on the strength i I free people throughout the work,"] the candidate .continued, and. de( claring his opposition to "sneakiif into the Indo-China war by the back door," said he favored an in-, mediate decision to "let the world j know the United States' stand." 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,MARCH2ej951 nur,ittee. the nmiitce will consider a i combat subversive acIhe extreme lefl and (ile at the same time betive to tla • %  %  d for basic Ertie c Ihe meeting A. Binrid s David B. :. Burt an, Berliner. : Herj !, David [Samuel J Rabin, Lee RuJavid Sluzin. Kiehacd F.j 11 [ie J August, UK Inret. Van Myers, Dr. Kurt iHarold Thurman, Stanley Alan .lackm, Mr. David )r. Jack Seitlin. Dr. David ge Lawrence E. HoffIgfried Geismar. Gerald J. kd Milton Grusmark. atz Wivti Xeach Party lordecai Katz, well known kulhor and journalist, died pdenly at the home of Dr. lloni. noted Jewish critic, ending a birthday party |r the latter. Lithuania 69 years, ago, I came t the I'nited States Vorld War I and obtained I from Columbia University He was for many years a of the editorial staff of psh Daily News, and when spaper closed, he became br of the Jewish Courier, a pspaper in Chicago, which publication several years a bean is just a V bean until it's baked.. he joined the Jewish Journal in New York. Auxiliary to Meet membership meeting for fater Wmmi Women's Auxthe Jewish Home of the till be held on Tuesday, ph. 12:30 p.m., at the Allot cl. Mr s i) dV id philips, n.willpr.'M'ni the nominatIn charge of entertaints. Louis Makovsky. Leefling sports figures and community figures presented an assembly program on democracy and buildina good human relations at the Biscayne Elementary School under the sponsorchip of tho pimuel E. Weinield Memorial Fund and ADL Committee of North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith. Shown at the school ceremony are (left to richt) Loo Steinman, program chairman; Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League, who served as master of ceremapJes; Pancho Segura. tennis star; Irving Rudd, business manaqer of the Brooklyn Dodgers; Mrs. Scmuel E. Weinield; Jake Lamotta, former world's middleweight champion; Ross Sobel, golf instructor at Westview Country Club and Barry College; and David Fenton, representing North Shore Lodge. Cowart Seeks Seat In State Legislature Edward D. Cowart is a candidate fqr the State Legislature from Dude County. Group Three, in thi primary elections on May 4. 1954. %  Cowart was born February 17, 1925 at Plant City. Florida, the son of William II. Cowart and Helen Dptigiiis Cowart. After attending grade''schools in Tampa, Florida, his family moved to Miami in 1935, where he attended Andrew Jackson and Shonandoah Junior High Schools and Miami Senior High School. While a member of the Mi ami Police Department, he attended the University of Miami and later received his law degree from John B. Stetson University. Cowart is a veteran, having enlisted in the United States Navy in February, 1942, and was honorably discharged Ten You •4'ant WITHOUT Galnine: A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pnra Htrmlra • Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening DM It on the Uble— OM It tar cooking 4-Oz. Size Bottle.. Only 75o AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE &EAN5 .!* TOMATO. SAtfCJ The seol of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANSW MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel, Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 DOG RACING NIGHTLY (Except Sunday) fkst KENNEL HUB tNd 9&jA\St d 3]Ui (fowlISTEHLW HEATED GBflnDSTfll



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PAGE 10 A vjmistlhridian Reparations Funds To be Employed in Cultural Programs Continued from Pag* 1 A Africa, Australia and the Far East. The allocations include funds providing U'pal assistance to about 100,000 individual claimants seeking restitution and indemnification from West Germany The S9.0OO,O0O is the conference share of the moneys received by Israel to date under the $822,000,000 Bonn Israel Reparations Agreement. The conference unanimously went on record as satisfied with West Germany's compliance, so far, with the terms of her year-old reparations pact with Israel. However, the resolution deplores the Bonn Government's failure to implement and improve its indemnij fication laws and thereby alleviate the hardships of many thousands of claimants. The resolution demanded that the German Federal Government correct "without further delay" the deficiencies of the Indemnification Law and called for the immediate issuance by Bonn of regulations for its effective implemention. The program for cultural rehabilitation is intended to help fill the almost irreparable gap left by the destruction of great Jewish centers of learning, of schools, synagogues, libraries, museums and archives and by the loss of countless numbers of Jewish lay and professional leaders which has robbed Jewish communities throughout the world of a great cultural potential. Addressing the board. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Conference president, declared that while "the physical needs of Nazi victims today are greater than all of the funds available to the Conference, a portion of the funds must be used to restore and reinvigorate the Jewish values and traditions the Nazis sought to destroy as relentlessly as they did our people." "The conference." Dr. Goldmann said, "is fulfilling in the cultural sphere a unique and historic function. It is the first time that Jewish public funds of such dimensions will be devoted, among other purposes, to create a comprehensive scholarship program designed to foster Jewish learning." The program is based on the recommendations of a group of outstanding scholars from America and Europe who constitute a Cultural Advisory Committee, chaired by Professor Salo W. Baron of Columbia University, which has been studying the problem of cultural restoration for over a year. It will be carried out in cooperation with established Jewish organizations in various fields and with Jewish communities of Europe. 2E^ARCH19. McCarthy u, Subjecj Rev Eugene P icke t Minister „f the F ~l 1 '*3 Church of Miamii '* **m speaker before the toil ^ of r "Mr ca :H cu,,urc s r of McCarthy. ,he Man. ,h!i and the Urn." The m^ be held on Sunday, Hard am. at the Und School, 1410 Ni; 2nd Aven] scph L. Teppei will preside, j public is invited. Rokeach KITCHEN SOAP Taken at a testimonial dinner given by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in honor of Sol S. Goldstrom, who has been a member of B'nai B'rith for more than 60 years, and Mrs. Goldstrom, long active in B'nai B'rith projects. Both have just celebrated their 80th birthday. Left to right are Michael Sossin, Gilbert J. Balkin. Lodge president, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstrom and Harold Shapiro, Mayor of Miami Beach. Screen. TV Stars 1 rae CJA Help Hollywood movie stars have joined forces with Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal workers in the dramatic one-day drive on Sunday. April 4th Radio appeals urging support of the life-saving and life-building fund drive will be heard over five | radio stations during "Dedication Week." Mar. 28 to Apr. 4. accordChest Workers Fete Victory Biscayne Terrace Hotel's roof garden was the site last week for a celebration by some 200 Community Chest leaders and volunteer workers who turned out to mark the success of the 1954 campaign. Red Feather supporters heard President J. H. Brook report the campaign had raised $1,142,448 under the leadership of John B. Turner to top its goal of $1,141,000 for an 8.7 percent increase over last year. Brock. Turner and Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman of the metropolitan division, received special awards presented by Leonard L. Abess, president of the Chest In 1951. whose work started the Chest on the road to its fourth straight successful year. Among those elected for a twovear term were Mrs. Polly Davis, Samuel Friedland. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. Kurt Peiser and Eugene Schwarz. ing to an announcement by Carl Weinkle. Dedication Week chairman. Spot radio announcements will be made by Bing Crosby, Edward G. Robinson, Jane Wyman. Tony Curtis. Jeff Chandler. Joel McCrea, Robert Cummings. Piper Laurie and Rock Hudson. The radio programs are under the personal supervision of Himan Brown, theatrical producer. Spot announcements regarding M-Day will be carried by local television station WTVJ, and a film presentation concerning the growth and resettlement in Israel is scheduled for presentation during Dedication Week. Announcement of time and date of the film showing will be made shortly. +~ We Wish to Announce SIDNEY DAVIDSON IS NOW ASSOCIATtD WITH OUR OFFICC A RECIftTCRSO HIMHINIATIVI H. HENTZ A CO. ItTMLUHID %  ••• M( %  (.. N W y omK TOC|< AM() mm nm mtm AN> OTHIR LCAOINC .IOC. AND COMMODITY IICHANOII 414 71.T ST.. M.AM, B.ACM A*THU* J. H EN*Y. MANAOIA TBLefHONB, MIAMI BEACH as ostl MOLLWOOO. FLORIDA Orrict ltl HARRISON T 'Bom ion CORAL CARLI*. FLORIDA OFPICI aM PONCI OI LION BOULEVARD RMOW 4 OI4I PASSOVER SEDER to b conducted by RABBI MARIUS RANSON and CANTOR SHERWIN LEVINE HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL SATURDAY, APRIL 17th 6:30 PM. $9.00 ADULT ($5.00 CHILD UP TO 13) %  i n. I,I. tip, tax ami wine) Information: Drj. A. Greenhouse. Miami Beach. 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jous Attacks Dot irfside Elections ^rd poll of 827 balloU was 'JJS last week's Surfside elecwhich saw four-year terms on Frown Council go to Leo Rose. 'nd Samuel Rabin. A two-year was accorded to incumbent L, s p. Wendler. C i., an attorney here. A news*!Publisher. Wendler was SurfL- vice mayor. Rabin is an adLing executive. He received I votes behind Rose's 443 score Iwin runnerup position. Wendwas third in a field of six didates, with 388. he campaign was marked by a lies of vicious personal attacks Unsigned literature mailed to rs Mimeographed notes were L to residents saying: "Dont for Uiat Jew Kike Sammy w*e- a son, 'Max, <.r Ne argarlte y Aln, Keba Ben"arta, Miami Beach; and a brother. Services were on b'unday, 12 noon, at Miami Beach Riverside, with Internes! In South Bend, Indiana Mr*. Seirlin Mr. Joseph 2nd Street, laxintl House [pads in Cotiee |One of the greatest in consumhabits noted by food experts recent years as the dramatic in popularity of instant cofes, of which Instant Maxwell Duse is one of the leading brands. commentators point out, the greased price of regular coffees a lot to do with getting peo: to try the more economical faints. But the instants had to be od in order to get people to buy am and again. [Among Jewish people, of course, istant Maxwell House was the irliest and now one of the great(avorito. This may be explainby Instant Maxwell House's aphciation of Jewish dietary prefernces and Murrtlpi'pifflg nat here las "pundVfVPMMlvt for the abbath," sa^iyiprxMJHlg was reuired. Titus, InsTatfT Maxwell louse was widely introduced in Jewish homes as "The Sabbath offee," but its famous "Good-tbhe-Last-Drop" flavor rapidly exanded its use to every day enjoyhent in the Jewish home.—S.T. years aK< Rebecca. ALBERT STEIN of :,7u s\v th Street, died at home on Saturday. He was a retired manager of a taalcab company and caniealrom Newark, New Jersey, six He l BUI vlved bj his wife. three anus, Martin, of Miami. Sidney. Linden, Now Jemcy. and Herman. '•UftWIi Xfew Jersey: three daiiRhterx, Mrs. I.lfllan Rlaven. Miami. Mrs. Ethel Knatt, West Palm Beach, and Mrs. Evelyn I.ukas. Rockaway, New Jersey; and a sister, Mrs. Tlllle Wellen, llrooklyn. New York. Services were on Monday at Gordon's Miami Chapel, with Interment In Mount Nebo (".m.iiry. PEARL WILENSKY .->. of Toledo. Ohio, died on Saturday. March tpth. Cordon's Miami Chapel waa In charge of local arrangements. PAGE 11 A Florida's Growth Record Reported in F.P.&L. Publication Issued Here JENNIE HOROWITZ 71. of 860 Collins Avenue, died on Saturday. March 20th. (lordon'a Miami Chanel waa in charge of local arrangements. Mech/ow :iety Meets Friday Members of the Dynamic Psyhological Society of Greater Mini will meet Friday evening, arch 26th. 8 p.m., at the home Mrs. B. Hirsch, 3110 SW 21st Rreet, at 8 p.m. Psychosomatic nedicine will be discussed by Dr. > Moss. H. Hutner will direct a llass in dramatics. MM. Ummk Opens Headquarters Former Circuit Judge J. Fritz Gordon has opened headquarters P 136 NE 1st Street, Miami, for pis campaign to the election of piiice. Suzanne Roundtree is in part*. Gordon, who has seen 18 months Pi service as a circuit judge and MS experience as an associate jusC** circuit judge and has exK**!* e %  an associate justice of jw Honda Supreme Court, has ^n resident and practicing atm ey in Miami for 30 yean. J^EOAL NOTICE "OTICE UNDER FICTITIOU *onr E %  *M ^ LAW lilVEN that I ll ""lns2^^?l n ''' • >l'-lna: to engage In l 8 T*H? u. "t 118 N.E Bt Intends t„ r „ Owner I'""* o, h V M|, -NT CO., at ill Inaaaaa. ii.u"!L nd lo rcclster aald l '"W o7 ill 1 nerk *he Circuit %  OBniL' .";.' ol ">ty. Florida. |IJ51!T?/;V.VK Y -'"'KI>MAN. N0T,CE UNoi* riCTITIOUS •he UM„,J^ '''^HKI'V C.IVKN that ^Wiea. Si d> d ""l r lng to engage in !: 'iA' hK IA IIAR, at ,^, %  "* Lountv. Florida J*MLR 4 „._RAT*IONI> rvEs name of 2337 8.W. raalater aald nt the Clreuit To help the dy and to supxrt tHe worthy ind to preserve iur integrity. In irder to adhere this principle, he Com bined lewish A p peal helps not only Isael and many n a t ional agencies, but our own local institutions as well, such as the Jewish Social Service Bureau, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and the other four local welfare agencies. Without the help of the Combined Jewish Appeal they could not exist." Mrs. Fred Blank, 1115 NE 133rd Street, North Miami, housewife: "The Combined Jewish Appeal has helped t< serve our com munity in so verj many ways, it i P ost difficult t<. y just what ill most important. To me pne of th. great aspects i.' the support of or ganizations such as the Joint Defense Appeal to combat the cancer of Anti-Semitism and promote internal group harmony. Nelson S. Chaplin. 2535 SW 31st Avenue, businessman: "The Combined lewish A p p eal •lays an urgent ole in our local •ffairs as for inproviding for the for the Some of iur elders most •ertainly need lot only this kind of financial assiBtance, but, more important, the comforts and attention that only such an institution can proride. Of direct benefit to the public in general is the tendency to reduce taxes, and the relief to those who" should be but are unable to care for and assist their own aged." Arthritis Chapter Schedules Luncheon at Women's Club Luncheon and entertainment will be held by the South Florida Chap ter, American Arthritis nd Rheumatism Foundation,' on Thursday, April 1st, 12.30 p.m., at the Miami Women's Club. • Proceeds of the affair are slated lor the foundation, according to Mrs. Elaine Greenfiefe. chairman. Assisting are the Mesdames Rose Pertea, Lane Hepa** and Margaret Hovey. Entertainment will include Urry Blue, accordionist and song atyiiat, and Thory Fay Bennkkie at the vibraphone. JOSEPH FORSTER 77, of the Jewish Home for the Aged 1 S assed away In a local hlspltal on larch 15th. He Is survived by his son, Irving, anil six grandchildren. S'-i \ I.,-* were on March 17th at the Miami Kl\eride. with Interment in Mount Nebo Cemetery. FRANCES WICKNER 2, of 155 SW ;ilst Avenue, died on March 15th In a local hospital. She Is survived by her husband, Louis; and two sisters. Mrs. Sclma Ilium and Mrs. Helen Michnelson. Services were on March 17th at the Miami Riverside. With Interment In Mount Nebo Cemetery. GILBERT ORAN 47, of 3925 Waal rlsfler Street, died on March 15th at home. He la surN ..il by his (fife, Sarah; one son. Marshall; three brothers. Morris, Arthur and Arnold; and four sisters, Minnie Bennett, Rita Rachlln. Tlllle I'erkins'and Alice Simmons. Services were on March l>
ances; fath,ael Eldlin; and brothers EuhKeach Mount of Rochester. er. Michael... ^vlrr'vr^TtiieMialni RWerslde on Monday, with Interment In Mount Nebo Cemetery. ^ MARY SCHWARTZ 9. of J585 Collins Avenue, died on Thursdav. March ISth. Cordon s Mlltea -h Funeral Chapel was In Florida's fabulous postwar record of growing "faster and more steadily than any other state" is being broadcast to the nation this week in the 28tb annual report of the Florida Power & Light Co. "We're growing more than twice as fast as the rest of the nation— and the end is not in sight." President McGregor Smith said in the report now being mailed to more than 35,000 FP&L stockholders, in vestors and banking institutions all over the country. Titled "Fabulous Florida" and lavishly illustrated with beach, field, factory and grove scenes, it looks more like a popular picture magazine than the usual corporation annual report. Keyed to FP&L's year-round program of boosting Florida, particularly in investment circles, the report includes as much information about Florida as it does about Florida Power & Light. Informing northern investment and financial circles about Florida's stable situation and bright future helps the company in more ways than one. It must finance its huge expansion program—currently in the third year of a 10-year, $332,000,000 program — through multi-million dollar security issues. "Incidentally, this campaign benefits all Florida enterprises seeking investment capital," Smith added. "It also strengthens the credit of Florida cities when they approach northern financial circles to market bond issues for municipal improvements." In citing that "no state is growing as steadily as Florida," the report points out that for 90 years its population has about doubled every 20 years, that from 1940 to 1950 it climbed 48 per cent, but that latest US Census figures show the 10-year growth rate has now jumped to 72 per cent. Florida now produces more than half of the country's citrus, according to the report, and has vast vegetable fields — but, even so, the value of the products made by its manufacturing industry exceeds the annual income from agriculture. The company's own figures help reflect how Florida is outstripping the rest of the nation in rate of growth through its depression-resistant, year-around tourist industry backed by an expanding manufaturing empire. Over the past eight years, FP&L statistics show: Plant capability has been increased 215 per cent against 83 per cent for the nation; customers have increased 121 per cent, compared to 47 per ent for the country as a whole; electric sales are up 199 per cent, compared with 97 per cent for the nation. An 80,000 kilowatt unit being designed for the Palatka plant in 1958 will bring the system capability to 957,000 kilowatts, nearly five times its VJ Day rating, the annual report points out. The company gained 38,806 new port shows, to bring its total cuscustomers during the year, the retainer roH to 452,442. Adding to the demand for new generating units was the fact that the 1953 average residential customer used 2.762 kilowatt hours, 48 per cent more than the 1947 average. This increase is mainly due to the wider use of modern electrical aids to comfortable living, FPItL officials explained. Winer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Wilbur A. Winer, formerly of 1525 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place' Sunday, March 28, at 12:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Winer is survived by his wife, Connie, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winer, and one brother, Harold. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Frank Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Maurice C. Frank, formerly of 855 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, March 28th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Mr. Frank is survived by his wife, Sarah, two sons. Dr. Lester H. Frank and David A. Frank, and four grandchildren: Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. ami tance unds fome vged. Cfcapfb chaise of 1,H *' arransements. JACK SUROraKY __ —-53. of 810 13th Street, Miami Bmich. died on Wednesday, March l.th. Miami Reach Riverside Chapel was in charge of local arrangements. C. A. SOLOMON 87 of 220 Rivo Alto Drive, March Mat She came here ago from Syracuse, New 1 |s survived by a daughter. Mrs. Sall> Suaet, Miami Beach, and two grand,Children. Beach Memorial Chapel was In charge of arrangements ter men t taking place in died on 17 years York, and with lnSyracuse. PEARL .TRUPPMAN 84. of 424 Camilo. Coral J.ables. died Sunday, she came here six years ago rom Minneapolis and is !"!" l \**** her husband. Isidore; a son. >"£• two brothers and two sisters. .Seruits Irere on Monday In Cordon s Miami Chapel, with burial In Mount Nebo CemeteryNATHAN CITRON 77. of S346 SW 21th Wreet. who came here six years ago from New TorR. died Sunday m a local hospital. A, retiredT salesman, he leave, two son. David and lp-ing. of Newlor* and £4a*4*ter, Mrs. Esther Cronick. Mluiiit Miami Mtm Riverside was In charge of" irrangementt. with burial, in New York. her nuanann. J. !" ^K"; ---v.-, •i„~i r tCn7r"C ftchnmnd! ^St^gl^andc>..dren. Services were on Monday at Gordon M lmi Lhape^ with interment in Mount Wnai ceme wry. ^_^___ Mrs. Levine is Guest Mrs Naomi Levine, national executive director of the Women s Division of the American Jewish Congress was gueat speaker at the regular meeting of the Miami Chapter on Wednesday at Beth El Congregation. Mn. M. Fay, chairman of the Nominating Committee presented the state of officers to be voted on for the coming yet Minskoff Unveiling The dediation of a monument to the memory of the late Saul Minskoff, formerly of 4000 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, March 28th, 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Minskoff is survived by a son, Emanuel of Washington, D.C.; two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Schiff and MrS. Helen Torrance, both of Miami Bpach; three brothers, Nathan, Paul and Max, all of New York; and one sister, Mrs. Esther Hendler, of California. Mr. Minskoff WM > member of Congregation B*th El and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Arrangements are m chargte df Palmer's Miami Monumea*"Com|fcjny. Friends and relatives are asked te attend. Stern Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Henry Stern, formerly of 1952 Fillmore Street, Hollywood, Fla., will take place Sunday, March 28th, 11 am. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Lazarus Lerer of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood officiating. Mr. Stern is survived by his wife Pearl; two daughters, Mrs. Rhoda Chetlom and Mrs. Erma Hoffheims; and a son, Sam Stern of Baltimore, Md. Mr. Stern was a member of the Temple Beth Sholom of Hollywood. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Health, Physical Education Committee Meeting Duo A meeting of the Health and Physical Education Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Brarufta, will be held on Wednesday evening, March 31st, at 8:30 p.m., it is announced by Ted Kaplan, chairman. Members of the committee are Ted Kaplan, chairman, Bofe and June Wollman, Terri Meyers, Hank Kaplan, Phil Kaplan, Stu Winston, Al Kahn. Lou Mendelow, Sid Platt and Walt Rawlson. ^^^^ bte=(Mh/ owl iMANISCHEWITZ gefilte fish Cniey all tin Uaear aulity if cWc-' tit frtthnttr till .. enktd I* MM natto aertfttiaa! iS. KOSHCft ton rASsev Orrftr ftWy! J Tilt ITMH II 'Ml MMMKf ITIICTIM .sMIITK III Mitt Bfllim. rr.r^



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PAGE 10 B ^tfmU^itM-kaar im^UARQ American Notables... Moses Michael Hays: The Jew of 1798 By HARRY SIMONHOFF {Harry Simonhotl's column, constituting a series entitled, American Notables, is being published by The Jewish floridimn os mart of the tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in the United States.-The Iditors.' A week after the Declaration of Independence had been .signed/several members of the Rhode Island General Assembly met at Newport. Tbey were there to receive sworn signatures to the Test of Loyalty demanded of 77 Americans suspected of pro-British sympathies. Moses Michael Hays refused to subscribe his name to the declaration. Ironically, with him patriotism was so fervent that he resented anyone questioning his loyalty to America. Before a large gathering. Hays demanded the right to confront his accusers and hear their charges. Avowing deep attachment for his native land and approving the war, he pledged allegiance to the government, obedience of its laws, and willingness to pay his proportion of its demands. Then boldly he threw down his own challenge. Why a Test of Loyalty wi.hout a corresponding right to vote? Neither the ConUne.ua; Congress nor the Legislatures of the various colonies h,.J taken any notice of existing religious restrictions against the "Society of Israelites." Ancient Regime Today such outspoken demands appear quite normal. But in 1776 the rights of man were yet to be recognized. A German king was selling his able bodied Hessians to George HI at S50 a head for cannon fodder in the American war*. In France crops could be destroyed by aristocratic huntsmen, without compensation to the starving farmers; yet if a peasant poached on the game preserve of his betters, he was shot without the semblance of a trial for the murderer. Poland, partitioned in 1772 among three royal banditti, law its Christiana and Jews pillaged and oppressed. Enlightened Frederick the Great restricted to Jews in Prussia their risht to trade and labor, of tranvit and marriage. Squalid ghettos, locked each night and holiday, lingered on century after century in the cities of Germany and Italy. AyainM thdt world of absolute monarchy, of feudal prerogative and clerical tyranny the words of Moses Michael Hays resound in dignified protest and reflect the growing self respect ot Jews awakening from the nightmare of millennial persecutions. One of six brothers, Judah Hays came (mm Holland; in 1739 his son, Moses, was born, probably in New York. Moses Michael first mastered watchmaking and then started trading. The amazing success of Aaron Lopez drew ambitious youth to Newport. Emulating Lopez as the ideal merchant. Moses aspired to importing and exporting. With Meyer Polock a partner, he succeeded in building and outfitting a ship. The "Mary" started for Amsterdam, sprung a leak, and returned for repairs. Five days later, the boat ran into a tropical hurricane, labored through 27 hours of terrific wind, lost two topmasts, sprang a leak for the second time, yet somehow managed to hobble back to Newport, with the pump never stopping a moment. It took nine days to restore the brigantine. The captain would take no further chances. He anchored the boat off an island and secured its mooring with cables. While waiting for good weather and proper winds, a twister blew up a storm such as no one ever remembered. The "Mary" was cast ashore, its cargo ruined, and the crew thankful to save their lives. The disaster bankrupted both partners and threw them into the debtors' prison. After his courageous stand, none dared ever again to question the loyalty of Hays. During the British occtrp*'tion of Newport, he seeks refuge in Philadelphia. Everttop ally settling in Boston, he prospers in the insurance bust: ness. He is also active in large scale merchandising, in exporting and money lending. He joins a group which establishes an iron foundry and is an organizer of fhe Pfll—chllSSttl Bank, today the First National Bank of Boston. Evidently a man of business acumen, he corresponds with Robert Morris, the famous financier of the Revolution, about taxation, finances, and the creation of a sound monetary system. In 1798 his name appears on the petition for a charter of the Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company, a pioneer venture in Boston. Hays moved in the best society. He enjoyed the esteem of I S Senator Harrison G. Otis, son of James Otis, patriot of the Revolution. He was visited by Thomas H. Perkins, pioneer of American railroads. Robert Treat Payne, son of a signer of the Declaration of Independence. wrote his epitaph in sonnet form, which appeared in the Boston Sentinal. Ezra Styles. President of Yale, mentions Beys in his diary. Rev. Samuel J. May, a prominent Unitarian, left a friendly account of the c w tween their respective families >tim*yj The political aspirations of Moses H„ satisfied. His inability to win an election *"* H attributed to affiliation with the consmTtiv?^ rapidly in decline before the triumphant 1 Jefferson Republicans. Hays was read ,,"* business to his son for the Federal post of rvT" Port of NPonnrt H.„„na .. L P S I 0f CoHeeti more i War Henry Knox. and wrote to President'i"? Evidently there were numerous office seek.* serving or in far greater need. Nothing can. V litical or office holding ambitions ""** Political disappointments were, however I quited with high honors in Freemasonrv Thi 3*J Moses Michael Hays hangs today in the Masonic of Boston. During the colonial period he held i positions in the order. As Grand Master of the L Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, he was |an9L mental in bringing the "Ancient dcWpted Snnulii into the U.S. The eleven deputies he appointed high powers in the lodges of different states No criticism can be leveled at the ethical oat. Masonry. But fraternal orders have succeeded nTJ than religion in transforming human nature Lft,| 1 Wurmms, Masons have also been known to harbor Jewish bias. Not without surprise, do we see Han to theitop leadership in the 18th century when Mat, traded the elite. Many Gentiles were envious of Hi ordinary powers. After his death, considerable e was voiced by the discontented opposition. His di however, stood and all powers and titles traced his appointees in the Scottish Rite remain app Masonic history. Like most of his contemporaries. Hays exhibits! attachment to his own religion. With patriarcM lty. he instilled in his family circle devotion to l_ yet respect for the faiths of others. Philanthropy patriotism were taught by precept and example T however, a flaw that mars the record of an ot_ upright and humane character. A foolish prejudw him act with the cruelty of a despot. An absurd that marriage between cousins is harmful caused ruin the lives of his daughter Catherine and his Judah Touro. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY r 4 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening tan ices at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to Jew i~h Youth Sabbath Kadimah. Beth David. Ben Zvi and Hatik\.,h Young Jsaia< Chapters will Rabbi MornSkop. Participating Miriam Scheinberi!. Susie Amberson, Elsa Levkk, Arthur Ales ander, Jack Becker. Eleanon S loff. Dick Raymer, Sandra Schreidell. Dolor.Chernoff, Michael r. Judy Flashman. Hyman InBeck, and Marilyn D The S at Mr' urn, reprt h Women. will bring i mtor Irvine Robinson will render the musical portionoi the liturgy. Robert Strassburg leads the (enter < nolr Edward Glickman. son of Mr and Mrs Franklin Glickman. 4235 SW 2nd Terrace, will become Bar Hitsvan during Saturday morning Servian at 10:30 a.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will holt! Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver a sermon on the topic: •Recognizing the Pure Mincha is at 8 p.m., foHowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8,30 a.m.. when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and discuss: "Youth at the Altar." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgv. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush served by the Sisterhood will follow. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m., with Shalos Seudos concluding the Sabbath observance. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Weekly Portion. A daily lecture series on Jewish laws and customs is given by the Rabbi between the 9 and 6:30 p.m. services. Daily morning services are at 8 a.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: 'The Torah on Peace and War." Mrs. Marilyn Chernow Will be hostess at the Oneg Shabbat following in memory of her late husband. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 7:30 a in • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p m Lete s er vic e s are at 8:30; p.m.. conducted hy Rabbi Alfred I in and assisted b> the ("enter Choir. Subject of the sermon is lied iDietary Laws—Food for Thought." The Oneg Sfa ring will IKsponsored by Mr and Mrs. David MarkoviU in honor of the Bar Mitzvafa of tbei dated to take place during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 6 p.m. Maanv and a lecture on the Weekhr Portion will conclude the Sabbath. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and discuss: The Ten Commandments—Their Origin. His tory and Influence on Man." Jeffrey White, son of Dr and Mrs. Edward White, will become Bar Mitz vah during the service. Cantor Ja cob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • %  ISRAELITE CENTER will hold rnday evening services at 6 p.m Rabbi Morton Malavskv will officate durine late services and I preach on the topic: "Four Sab-l baths Before Passover" Cantor' Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr and Mrs. Meyer Stussman will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Gerald Jay. scheduled during Saturday morning services at 8 15 a.m. Rabbi Malavskv will officiate and deliver the sermon. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p nwith Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating. The Rabbi will speak on"Faith versus Success." An Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flaunt, in honor of their wedding anniversary, and by Mrs. Beatrice Benes. in honor of her birthday. Early evening services will be held at 5:45 p.m.. conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. Saturday services will begin at 9 a.m. The topic of the Rabbi's sermon will be: "A Condie in the Window." At 11 a.m., the junior congregation will hold services in the Maloff Room. Sunday services are held at 9 a.m. and daily at 7 am. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8;15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on the topic: "Isaac Mayer and Stephen Samuel." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 am", when Edward Ronald, son of Mr and MrLewis 1. Loch, 425 Ka-t Di Lido Drive. fil| become Bar h Cantor Samuel Kelenier inu-ical portionof the liturgy. • • TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood, will hold late Friday evening ten ices at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr Kurt Peiser. director of the Food Fair Foundation. Subject of his talk is scheduled as: "Three Hundred Years of American Jewish Life." Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate Cantor Joseph W. Malek will rendeTthe musical portions of the liturgy assisted by the Temple Choir under the, direction of Rev Mordechai Haalnfan. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Max Cohen Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 9 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen ry Okohra officiating and preach B n 'K? ,opic: "SPirit." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Combined Choir Mr and Mrs. Abraham Levine will be honored at the Oneg Shabbat following. • • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGRECATION will hold Friday ew| "f •ervices at 5:30 p.m. Saturda? morning services are at 9 a.m. At tin(late Friday evening service Rabbi Boris Rackovsky will pre.ch ?nc? P cu "' PurUy ud Holiness." An Oneg Shabbat will follow • • • TIPERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will holdF J evening services at 8:30 p.m., 5 Rabb, Louis Cassel officiating and assisted by Cantor Albert Gl.ntz Rabbi Cassel will preach on the topic. 'Poetry of Jewish Living." An Oneg Shabbat. tendered by the Sisterhood, will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi | Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and speak on the topic: "On Seeing the Invisible." A class in Talmud by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitg is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 8:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. sea BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold the last in the winter serieof late services on Friday evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Louis Gadon. president of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami, will bring greetings. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: "Judaism Must Be Hebraic." Saturday morning services are at 0 a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning serviceav-at 6:30 p.m. Saturday moixing services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Kane. 6949 Abbott Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah. At 5:30 p.m., the Rabbi will conduct a class in laws and customs of Passover. Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., followed by Maanv Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p m. Saturday I morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Sigma Rho will officiate. Rah-' bi Simon April will discuss: "Loy-1 alty/' Cantor Berele Kelemer will j render the musical portions of the | liturgy. A class in Mishna is sched I uled for 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7i30 am. and 6:15 p.m. Both l-I Sthpdi Siyum Sunday Chevra Shas of Cong Beth El will hold a Siyum oa1 tate Kidushin on Sunday eti The function will include elaborate dinner,' sccordiajj Rabbi Shmaryahu Stir itual leader. Principal addresses will *\ livered by Rabbi Swirsky asil bi Samuel Krolowitz. Canter 1 than Zeichner will render tin I sical portions of the program Chairman of the event is J Werblin. Assisting art Shwiller. Harr> ; %  .Itlberg. Ah Roeenber singer udlj rice Bekhaus. Magic Show Plannnd Teen Age dub of North Dede Jewish Center will give a benefit magic show on Saturday, April 3rd. Thornton, the magician, will be assisted by Richard Henninger. Carter Seek* *• Surreal Sell JeiTy W. Carter announced** he will be a candidate '"*•$ tion to the Florida H 8 ""**.?;! Public Utilities Commistloo %  May Desaocratic primaries. The w 1 rommiai former N* Democratic' mitteemM (• %  Florid*. •£ f will VOW the near "• He Pl*? usual esnjajfj he said, ff*1 ing of PjWJl speaking WM the State, swa ing nWld 1 !i? places where he can meet_<* more citisens. and conducts, vigorous letter-writing FJ Jerry, as he is famiiurlyljyp throughout Florida, W""^ the Railroad Commiwon 1935. In the 1934 pn m "££i fe.ted five other !" ^*£rf eluding the incumbent a-jj sioner, and in the ^.^1 .ince then has ^ n £$£ • tncreasinfty Urge majon the first primary B n | Carter theih* '. ,*l famous Southern Gc*tno ^s Case, which resulted £ %  £ „gl downward revision of !" Tpm*l for II* South andtrtK* P^j freight rate. or. So uU *£ Iy t factored producU on*^^ similar rates from and w> peddler st the age of ^^ Florida at ana: *f?£frt*i Mr. Carter, "* ^Se^ I the parents of """„%£** *iI whom attended the U""" Haiti**, and Itortin. W^ jj only man In !" ** 'W' a*ooJl|neBjL <* "^



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I PAGE 8 B +Je#ist>ncr*0an -. gyAYjuKan Reduce And Eat Sweets In Tillie Lewis 21-Day Did _.„. ... ... ... ._„ .. SIXTH DAY MENU T Ji^^Z j^mL\ ces? il ELEVENTH DAY |*J Tilhe Lewis' famous 21-dsy diet r .JiTS^ ..„,-. %  sVctc,.ing Tablet, as deslrI __ I.230 tSL^i Tillie Lewis' famous 21-day diet has received much acclaim by women throughout the Greater Miami area. In response to popular demand and for easy reference, The Jewish Floridian here publishes the entire 21-day diet which aroused so much interest here. The famous diet plan has been prepared by its originator. Tillie Lewis, to Jewish dietary requirements—complete meat and dairy menus for 21 full days. Of Orthodox background. Miss Lewis is today recognized as "America's First Woman in Foods." Calling on her own knowledge and receiving Rabbinical consultation, she has organized a recognized diet adhering to Jewish Dietary Law. Now it is possible to enjoy such usually forbidden sweet treats as lucious puddings, syrupy canned fruits, flavorful jellies and tangy salad dressings—all without worrying about excess calories. These do not sound like "dietetic foods" in the usual sense, nor do thfey taste like those known in the past—so often flat, insipid and lacking in flavor. Actually, they can't be told from regular foods I in taste or texture. Yet. because j they are sweetened by a new. | sugar-free process, they contain up to 76 percent fewer calories and make it possible to cut the daily calorie intake right down to where the doctor approves. Best of all. the dieter can do this without hardship or stern -elf-denial, without even curbing a craving for sweets. I By incorporating these new dietetic I foods in the regular meat or dairy |wr Mrs. Tillit Umis menus, three appetite satisfying meals a day can be enjoyed while keeping total calories within reduc ing requirements. Mrs. Lewis and her associates have been working on the development of these new foods for ten years. Today, as president of her own multi-million-dollar food plant in Stockton. California, she is a leader in the development and testing operations—where new ideas in food are tried out. Mrs. Lewis points out that the new dietetic foods were developed to answer a real problem '"Medical authorities have named over weight as America's No. 1 health problem." she explains. "And diet ing authorities know that the biggest problem about low-calorie diets is that people are human. If you have a sweet tooth, you naturally crave sweet.tasting desserts. The weakness of all diets which remove or reduce •sweetness' is that they're bucking Mother Nature— and that is a difficult thing to do." ft A By TILLIE LEWIS FIRST DAY MENU 1 '65 Calories Breakfast I i I Sag %  %  I, > oZ I ". • I Oi • U %  I ".'..' %  -Bl :. TOTAL Lunch cup %  K -. I h %  .d -.t n ('..•T..T-. ; I Up -•-;•.. Chocolati P iddlng .Milk, • Caloriea :n ... If M 0 TOTAL Dinner It i %  u i •' I • : / %  iUIH % %  %  : % % %  .. | !.. %  • I let _. ) tablespoon •;;. • i,,. %  • %  :— %  A> d< TOTAL DAYS TOTAL %  n T.n : 11*5 up Skim Milk. eaj TOTAL Dinner i.ifl il na, i ..i. 1 i-i D • I Asjis-stu,; •.,„ %  .. • Head Lettuce, i. cup With Tastl-Dlet eh. Dreaslng, 2 table*) na rastl-1lei April %  •!.. • %  up M Tea, adeaired TOTAL DAYS TOTAL I.I IM i r... m 3 %  ; 0 Ut 115J FOURTH DAY MENU 1222 Calories Breakfast orange Juice, 4 os. Poached KICK. 1 On Whi .', • Toast j thli Hotter, i teaspoon Skim Milk, v M Coffee aa detin i TOTAL Lunch %  l cup T 'mi > ring • .1 Ton il o i.. ti Leaf Rye Wafer*, i Tsatl-Diet Vanilla Pud'ding i cup skim Milk, s M Calo SECOND DAY MENU 1-49 Caior.es Breakfast Calories I ..7. I Kara. I won W-ho)e Wheat Teaat, I thin .lice Skim Milk, • oi •e, aa desire I • nlng Tablet. a* d seared (S I TOTAL Lunch Lima Bean A tsars** Soup. S Clip Kiltin.Ci Vegetable Kabul Bowl, i set ^ Ing* (se> Tastl-Dlet Butterseotca I'udding. %  up Banana Slices, n Milk, s oz. J: 45 4". M ,.. aa TOTAL Dinner Tastl-Dlet Fruit t'.icktall, ', Broiled Chopped Beef, 4 os ... J. .up ,^' h "!*'^ Vhe u Bread. 1 thin -h, !asti-Dlet String Beans. 1 .up t'auliflouer, '/, cup 1 %  %  !• i •talks Taartl-Dlvl Apricots, Coffee, aa deadred nlng Tablet, as desired .... TOTAL DAYS TOTAL r.n as r. II 20 41 0 0 4CS 1149 TOTAL Dinner Rtew: I oz. Hum Onion, I sm.ill Pol .'.., I small use, Carawj) l ..-n l '1. Il# 1 tablespoon "hole Wheel Bread. 1 ih.n % !.... Tastl-Diet Cherrh '""• i Tea, M desired r. .T %  DAY'S TOTAL • • • FIFTH DAY MENU 1258 Calories Breakfast ries IM 3.-. mi I ... 14 JO 9* 1 •... 1222 Orange Oraasaa Bofl Boiled lui Whole Wheai Tuaart • thin ill.. Caloriea ,'Ji THIRD DAY MENU 1153 Calories Breakfast i fnril Ssa tioau, "'!• 44 Boiled En, i JJ Whole Wheat Toast. 2 thin slices l.Ti Tastl-Diet Jelly. I tablespoon Bklm Milk. > ..z o Coffee, as daalrad o TOTAL Lunch Diet Potato Salad. 1 serving i Cheese, ", %  ba ireed, l thin slice I lict rhiiolate I'uddinfr. 34s 99 170 TOTAL Lunch Ore< i. I'.-.. Boap, I east Cottage Cheese and Pei SaladLettuce, 2 leaves I'nttaare Cheese. '. ,,,, Tastl-niel IVai Halves, 4 aaaall Taatl-Dlel Whippe.i l.r.-.i^" 1 tenspnon rrench Bread. I all. ea Tastl-Dlet Cllnir*Pei. Vi -up Skim Milk, < oi SIXTH DAY MENU 1177 Calories Breakfast lirape' !" Juice. X CUP l-oached *•***. : s ,.n Whole Wheat Toast. I thin slice .-klm Milk. % oa Coffee, as dclred Calor.es m U M Hreen Been Salad i'ri cup Tnstl-Met) Itlreen Beans. 1 teaspoon Tasti-Plet l>resina on .ettll.c*. 1 serving Broiled lloiinder. os i, nh Bnuled .Mushrooms M cup Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin slice Tastl-Piet Asparagus. < s|iears Tasti-CHet Vanilla Pudding. | cup Sk.rh Milk. S os. TOTAL Dinner Boiled Dinner: Coraed Beef mlnirned. H| os. Cabbaare, i cup I'arrots. ', cup ralona, l ? cup Whole Wheat Bread. 1 thin illce M'.l.. s..lad Chopped Apple. !4 cup Ijettua • %  Leaves, : large '• lei v Stalk. 1 medium Taai Dial Chefi Dr aaa la a T I t.ll.leS|H)On Tastl-I>iet Prune Plums. cup Toffee or Tea. as desired J1S M in .... 370 ;rn 25 40 TOTAL DAYS TOTAL 1 Ml 0 l.">2 1177 SEVENTH DAY MENU 1157 Calories Breakfast Calories Tastl Dlel Applesauce. '. cup H Scrambled Kgg. l 7". Butter. 1 teaspoon 3T, Wheat Tomat, 2 thin slices ir. Tasti-Dlel Jelly, l tablespoon 9 Skim Milk. I oz sii ... deaired 9 TOTAL JM Lunch .lili. e, S oi. it Whole Wheat lMead„ 1 thin slice C6 Special SiilajK 1 %  rvlrrg (see rersfR) 190 I Het Thocnlnte Pnddlh*. Skin \iiik' f or. |t) TOTAL IM %  inner Koast Chicken, 4 os. ;ns Puked Potato, 1 ver> -r.'..,ll ... Ta-ti-l>!el 'Ireen Beans. 1 .up 25 Tossed li:een Salad l.ettme, Btldlve, P... in, line !'? cuaat :•" Tasti Lot chefs Dressing, 1 i.ii.lentKwn i i cHng P.a.hes, 'J cup et as %  telred o TOTJL DAY'S AL 331 1J57 ttECPM VMsttMla MMi %  I i Endive peeled, cut into a 1 Carrot, medium sise. sliced Bell Pepper. uHnto rings 'Cucumber, sliced • i up Celerj. sliced • rUdlehee, -h. ad %  i na Oreen Onions, sliced 2 tableapoona Parsley, roau-ssly cut I ounces Tasti-lnet Asparagus S h ii, one' aprtcot Ita 'iraeeaasj • "ervlngs; toui calories 7s'o llor.es per serving — 11,. EIGHTH DAY MENU 121 C'lr.., Breakfast Orange Sll.es, H-ST&^^ceSJnj .T Kr Cal ked Swi.-s Chard ("Leaves gad Sl m V, Clip Tillie I-ewls Salad*, 1 aervina (recipe follows) Taustl-Dlet Vanilla Pudding H cup ,, with Tastl-Diet c|, ;.,... W Topping. I tableapoona Coffee, as desired TOTAL DAYS TOTAL 9 0 4 ,0 1251 a jlaaarad TOTAL Lunch l T cnp" f J 1 "-' "* Deviled Bga Bahtd Hard Cooked Kgg 1 iHlSfc Wh 'M-'d"l >, .-.sing I tablespoon Mustard. Salt and Pepper to season Lettuce, J larre U>%r1T" Plcklert lU-rX'VAV KT* Wafers. 4 Tastl-Ii|..t Chocolate Pie* or.es Mi 100 C> 9 90 0 311 TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL u NINTH DAY MENU 11M Calories Breakfast Calsriss — M IM M Tsstl-Dlct Jelly. 1 tablespoon 9 Skim Milk. I os. N Coffee, as desired -_ • FVcsl. Strawberries. I cup Cold Cereal, 1 cup Whole Wheat Toast: 1 thin slice TOTAL 111 Lunch Jelly Omelet: Enis, -' — %  — Butter, 1 teaspoon Skun Milk, 2 tabJcMMKins Tastl-Dlet Jelly. 2 tablespoons I,, it... • Tomato and Cucumber Salad; Lettuce. I targe leaf Tomato. I medium Cucumber, r* incdtuiri Tasti-Wet Cher a l>re 1 tablea|>oon French Bread, 1 medafB #ice Tastl-Dlet Chocolate r, Clip Skim Milk. I oi. TOTAL Dinner Broiled Hi ound Lean Beef 4 „. steamed Spinach, ', ,-up Simon,., %  '..*.* "I* Squash. Yellow. •/, cup Tomato Salad Summ. 1-cttuce ar lettuce l,eaf. "' Tomato. 4 Z ~ %  %  Whippy WnSm, N I',. II I %  II tl _s 497 25S II 17 4 TOTAL Dinner Broiled Veal*Chop. 4,T. os Brussels Kpi outs, •, cup Tasti-piet Corn, yellow. H cup Fruit Salad: • Tastl-IHet Fniot CrxkUII. Vs cup Banana. ', small Lettuce. 1 large leaf .._. Taatl Iet WhliM'ed DrassgaaK, 1 teaspoon Tastl-Diet Freestone Peaches, '. cup Coffee, as desired TOT A L 150 3J II It #0 s 1 %  15 90 431 2*4) 25 100 S S7 0 417 1.1*4. DAYS TOTAL • • TENTH DAY MENU 11CS Calories Breakfast Csleriss Tssti-Diet Plums. ', cup S Suit llidled BBS, 1 75 WholWheat Toast. •_• thin slices 130 Tastl-Dlet Jell*-. 1 tablespoon 9 Skint Milk. ,* ox ft> Coffee, as Sestrid n TOTAL Lunch Frankfurters. 2 medium ,, Sauerkraut. 1 cup Tomat,, ami I., itu.e Salad: Lettatcc, 2 lance leaves Tomato, 1 medium Tastl-Dlet Chers In-esaing. I t.t.leslMM.n Whole Wh-at Bread. 1 thin slice Tasti1 Met Apricots. na Coffee or Tea. as desired TOTAL Dinner Boiled Beef Heart. ( os. With Tasll-lMet Tomatoes. 'r nap Onion. 1 medium (sliced) Carrot, i, cup .— Papsle>. L' tatrtVs|-„,n in.ln.ert) THIle la-wls Salad(see recipe). Serving Tati-ilet Apph>ance. 4 cttp 1 .I '• as lies!' .-.1 2"0 32 to i uo 23 .-. %  I ( ELEVENTH DAY '•a* Calarkg, -mktisi Orange Juice, %  c „. Poached Kgg i u On Whole Wheat Toast"V thin slices %  •M S k u 1 '": I1 1 1 --noon iiklm Milk, H „i. ; Coffee, as desired TOTAL Lunth .cortape Cheese— Vegetable Halad Cottage Cheese, • u „ fcn^%ySS Tasti-Dlet^ Chwola't, Pu^j^s*" _with Vanilla Wafers" &f T^ mSt Miik. x oT TOTAL Dinn Broiled Lamb chias. I „ M Urolled TaKtl-I.i.t~l(l, fl 7;"' 1 £ Hi* I Vs" J Broiled Eggplant, .ile,, T.stl-I.let t;,,,.,, Pealufigi t hl T* ''•""" Sslsd: 1 aiding. KhreddH, 1 ,.g'r' ( arrots, shredded. >, e,7 "• Tastl-Dlet Cbera Drews, I lai.l. s|..-.n Tastl-Dlet Clierrles, '. c Coffee or Tes, ,,s il.sired TOTAL BAY'S TOTAL • • TWELFTH DAY MEN)] 1.22S Calories 1251 Calories Breakfast Tastl-IHet Apricot Nectar *,) Soft Boiled Kgg. 1 Whole Wheat Toast, : thin sin ea Tastl-Dlet Jell>. I tMblespoeT" Skim Milk, k ..7. Coffee, a d. -ir. I TOTAL Lunch {"-hfeken Broth. 1 ,up Club Salad Supreme' tsee ret ipe i I serTlaa] Toasted l-iencli I:.,II. 1 Tastl-Dlet Apricots. Coffee or Tea ,, .1. TOTAL Dinner Broiled Haddock tnoa).J 5 6 os. Baked Potato. I medluaa Steamed Spin.i, h, 1 tup Vegetal.I. %  Salad: I'Iced: Celei \. Cirrot. Great | Pepper. .*:: Ullllier, OsbbSM 'l Clip • tea.spiH.n grated onion nsd l tablespoon T.i-ti-Dlet Whipped Dressing Tastl-Diet Velio, fling Peaches. i cup Skim Milk. S oi Coffee, as desired TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL 352 11*6 TOTAL DAY'S TOTAL THIRTEENTH DAY 1.233 Caloriea Breakfast Orange Sit, es. I an Scrambled Rgg Kgg. 1 Butter. I t...-•-• %  ti Continued on Nt P# Tillie Lewis' KOSHER DIET PLAN provides a wide selection of Tasti-DW Foods t%r enjoyment at Fleishig'e and Milchig'e meals. Enjoy rich-tasting Kosher SALAD DRESSINGS ... lose pounds a week! CsniaW kssae. ssd .r,. I ^^^^^^ZT k, HAM/ i. M. KAUAQ lastf salads dftnched in twzippy Ta.tl-0It Solad DrjJ contain up to 76% le' l0 Tillie Lewis TASTI-WET SALAD DRESSING %  muf u.' TASTI-DIET CMttS DMSSING • WMIPflO DMSS'MO ^ ^ +* Ae Srreey tnkt m4 lw..i Ossserta —W saeanr e*Wr • P*



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PAGE 12 B *k**istfh*kUar Z5E5!: MA RCH Adventure Writers Slated For Florida Author Night The Miami Public Library will present its Florida Author Night i on April 1st. at 8:30 p.m. John D. ; MacDonald. who writes mystery and science fiction. Larry Ho'den and Richard E. Glendinning. Jr.. authors of adventure Stories, will speak. MacDonald was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, Syra ease University and UK Harvard Graduate School. He ha.written such mystery -torie< as Murder for th? Bride." "Dead bow I and science fiction men oi the Dreamerand the "Ball Room of the Srk i Holden. who went to Rutg i Columbia Universities, hawritten many adventure stories including "Hideout, sn 1 Rase %  s ra" and • Never Ends," the last two written under h. • pen BUM Fredt nek Loreni Ddinnini WM educated :.t Dartmouth Before he began concentrating on writinr. he worked on Vogue Va'jnie and was associate editor of Country Life Magazine. His novels include sever*] paperTerror in the Sun." and two which will be published in I ..; 'Retreat Into the Night" !.:ve." Steinmetz Story Sl fl Jewish Family Pr 0 g ran "t the storv i s 3Sy urday evening. 6 p. m .. „_ WMIE. In,hef,„ turerol ^ Pn.cher. The tenth co mm ,"J will be discussed by rtabbUi Skop and Alfred Waxmanon, day during the program. ^Lnnnw annnnnnW • %  •*>**"* %# 1 A?"*' [ %  -% %  R :^!~Z%.W'j 3* '&


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PAGE 4 B ADL Film Branded "Pink"; Leaders Charge Attack as Unwarranted RED BANK. New Jersey—An attempt to brand an Anti-Defamation League film as "pink" collapsed here last week. The past commander of a local Catholic War Veterans post w. ndrew his protests directed at "The High Wall." a prue-winning film on intergroup tensions and prejudice, and apologized to the commu nity for his "erroneous" informa-1 tion after the League castigated! ff em Jferanj -chools by hunting for his charge as "hysteria and know a u ege d Communist^ in the school nothingism beyond belief." | -j-rfraW The state department of educa McBrides earlier charge, which tion and religious and civic groupt caused a local paveir te.ichers rushed to the defense of the j gro up to cancel a scheduled showpopular SO-minute film. mg 0 f the film, m protected by The retraction followed a meet Nelson V Stamler of Elizabeth, ing of CWV county leaders with \cw Jersey, chairman of ADL's officers of the local post The CWV New Jersey advisory board official, Leslie C. licBride, admitfarmer state depot] attorney-gented th t he had passed judgment eral. >ut bavins si-en the film. At j stamler said the "unwarranted first he refused to name toe j attack was an "act of hysteri urce" of his information but know-notbJngiaBi beyond !)• later acknowledged that he had ac ]i c pointed out that The High cepted the "pink" evaluation from wall" tells the story of prejudices a group known u th.Anti-Commu-1 mffered by a Poii.-h Catholic famniat League of New Jer-r> jj v an ,i tna t the film has been In New York. Benjamin R. Ep used extensive!] by Catholic youth stein. ADL national director, degroups and parochial schoo!> and scribed the Anti-Communist has been widely shown on televiLeague of New Jersey a "a new .-ion. vigilante group bent on hara->ing The f,i ni ..,,,] Stamler, should have the sympathetic support of the Catholic War Veterans, rather than itcriticism. It is >>mptomatic that those who forced its I saw the film %  T he High Wall," a mental byand human film without pollti ticance of any kind, hi been favorably rei all over the coontrj ha> won film festival prizes. It was produced jointly by the Anti-Defamation League and the State of Illinois' Office of Public Instruction ar.d its Department of Public Welfare 'Mental Hygiene Authority). The National Conference of ( hristiaai anj Jews reported it was the "most popular" item in its film libraryJewish MJbrary lists Volumes Central Jewish Library of the Bureau of Jewish Education is now 'cataloging its Yiddish and Hebrew section containing over 1.000 volIMM v The new volumes will be available for circulation within the next two weeks. The following new titles have fbeen received in the Central Li' brary: Dictionary of the Bible Ifhre votamea) by Jatnes Hastings; Ketti Shalom, novel of Israel by James Murdoch; Jewish Heroa, by Rose rstein; Introduction to the of the Old Testament and I Israel, by Ooesterley m' Robinson; History of New menl Times, by Robert A. i'inlfer. Holiday Night Dream-, by Am old Posp; Under Strange skies, by Harry Bimonhoff; one Loot in America and Cowboy on a Wooden Horse, by Yuri Suhl: Jewish Labor in I S..V, by Melech Epstein; The Jews and Their Duties, by Hyman I i.nldin: Inner Eye. by Hayim Greenberg; Education lor Freedom, by Robert M. Hutchins. The Central Library' is open for tree circulation from Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The library is under the direction of Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chairman of the Bureau Library Committee. Rebekah Lodge Party Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9 U hold a games party on Tuesday. March 30th. 8 p.m.. in the Lyceum Hall at 25 Washington Avenue. Kalph Spero Spero Named New Beth Sholom Head; Succeeds Leon Ell Ralph Spero. of 4335 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, was elected president of Temple Beth Sholom at the congregation's annual election meeting on Sunday. Spero succeeds Leon J. Ell. who held the office for the past two years. Other officers elected to serve are Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin. John Serbin and Charles Silvers, vice presidents; Sam Stein, treasurer; David Pollack, financial secretary; and Alexander Rubin, general secretary Spero's family is from Texas, but he was reared in Brooklyn, New York, and Was graduated from NewYork University and Fordham College. He did post-graduate work at Yale. Spero's bu ^iness career was divided between the drug and hotel business. Now retired, he is active in civic and communal life, taking part in the programs of the Zionist Organization. B'nai B'rith ..nd the American Legion, in addition to his serviceIn the life of Beth Sholom. Pythian Sisters to Hold Annual Card Party Pythian Sisters, Roosevelt Tejnple No. 33. will hold its fifth annual card and mah jongg party on March 31sL 8 p.m.. at 500 SW 17th Awnue. Majority of the proceeds go to the Henrietta Kastoff Memorial Fund for local cancer research Mrs. Kastoff, who passed away last year, was a charter member and first Past Chief of the Temple. Co-chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Bernard Michelson and Mrs. Herman Dale. I WANT MY MILK r^XW^ ^*'WWA*'W GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 SW. 22nd *Vt. rh. 4SIM Have your roof repaired now; you will tave on a now roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Man" T.V. SERVICE No Charge For Call NiKhta. Sunday*. Holidays I'nlveraal T V. I'hone SI-1JS7 IMMKI'lATK TV SKftVlCg" DAILY. SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS 10 AM to 11 P M 13 for call City Wide Tel.vij.lon lTi. SI-17HS Sea or Phone Ma NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9961 LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan Life Ino. Ce •07 Bucayne Sldg. IS W. 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PAGE 6B Greater Miami Rabbis Named Vice Chairmen of Mobilization Day Here Five Greater Miami Rabbis have i cation Week and to climax their been named vice chairmen of M-1 campaign efforts with the onetia> Day. the community drive set for Sunday, April 4th. in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of the appointment was made by Carl Weinkle. chairman of "Dedication Week." to meet their goal of S99.106 bedrive The GM Division is seeking ION Apnl 4lh. Shochet said that General Mobil ization volunteers will convene at a report rally during Dedication March 28th • April 4th. preceding Week on Tuesday. March 30th. 8:15 p.m.. at the Biseayne Terrace Hotel. Cooperating with the local Combined Jewish Appeal is the Advertising Council. Inc. This agency is publicizing the campaigns of the .M-Day. Named to assist Weinkle in the one-day drive are Rabbis Leon Kronish. Mayer Abramowitz. Irving Lehrman. Joseph Narot and Max Shapiro. The Rabbis will direct recruitment of MDav workers from their, three religious faiths in America communities and urge I and their world-wide programs of respective every available person to give two hours on Sunday. April 4th. in the city-wide humanitarian effort. time overseas relief and reconstruction. Radio and television announcements will be heard during the week of March 28th through April Dedication Week will be the : of he Pass .me for each and every' Jewish oyer dnn of he Umted >w|sh resident to open their hearts to, h he g^ ut the call of our community, said Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. who is serving as chairman of the unprecedented drive, "it is the Begin Production of Yarn in Israel NEW YORK — Israels Inited Saran Company has begun production of Saran yarn, under license i from Dow t heinical International Ltd.. according to the current is HM ot Economic Horizons, niniiihly publication of the Jewi>h Agency in New York. The company's new plant at Rehovoth. south of Tel Aviv, involves an investment of $150,000 and 150.000 Israel Pounds. It is expeiuu to produce aoout SI.000,000 worth of the material in its first year of operation. Mast of this |l .lestincd for export. The plant is equipped with a special type of extruder built by the National Plastic Products Company of Odenton. Maryland. FRIDAY. Michael Rosenberg to Appear At Musk, Art League Program A special concert has been arranged by the Miami Beach Music and Arts League for the Jewish Home for the Aged. The program will take place on Sunday after I noon. March 28th. 2:30 p.m.. at Douglas Gardens, ISO NE 53rd | Street, according to Ruth Brotman, chairman. Participating will be the Hista druth < liorale singing songs in Yidjdish. Hebrew and English, directed I by Altee Brdtman. with Estelle HoI berman at the piano. The Jeanne I Barnett Ballet will present "Dances of the Nations." Also appearing are Jacques Cohen, violinist, with his son. Freddie. 10-year-old pianist. Featured will be Michael Rosen berg, comedian of the Jewish stage in theatrical skits. Council of America. Morion Outlines UII^ICVCUCIIICU UUC. St 13 %  Ml > MSB week for Greater Miami to answer .A MMMU gal HOrP this call—through their generosity to the Combined Jewish Appeal which serves Jewry in need everywhere. Dedication Week is a time candidate for cir Speaking before a luncheon meeting at the Seven Seas Re-tau rant this week. Mallory H Horton. lor working and giving to demon Strata our faith with those who are building democracy in Israel This (idty-wide effort will show our tool institutions that we are be hind them and that we have faith in their work and in their sen ices to mankind cuit judge. Group five, outlined hi.cam paign plat form The 40-yearold attorney, formei special agent foi the FBI. blue\ -ingle gift to (he Combined p rmtl .j his camJewish Appeal on M Day. Weinkle pall n objective ted out. perform services and promise d u round the world and dignifies | M a -patient and >h life everywhere. All organized groups and clubs are flocking to CJA headquarterto offer their manpower in the MDay drive, it has been announced y Kanner. First national organiz/Sivi(v*l> i Coffee Shop fair judge" if elected Horton. who was assistant attorney general in Miami from 1949 to 1952. was introduced by attorney Milton M. Ferrell. Attornev Samuel D Wallace was ation> to volunteer tor M-Day were master of ceremonies for the event, the Jewish War Veterans Posts of which was attended by 64 business trathIHa ven .HOTEL On ft. Be*, &f "OOANDavi t! %ZSs* Mason ^ DINING ROOM MODERATS RATES for ReMrv.tiM, *••• 544*1 Iff 9 Vt^i Hot 146 Washington Avenue, Miami IMOJ MM. AND IMS. SIWMTZ AIE HAPPT TO ANNOUNCE TUT! WRl BE OPEN FOt PASSOVER Rates $50 for the entire 8 days 3 Meetsl Including tin Two Seders out Norn %  WILL KNOWN rot ITS MSMUTI For Reservations Call 58-2739 Ask for Air. or Mrs. Gewkli OUR KITCHEN IS UNDER THE PERSONAL Sll OF MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ and professional men and women. Horton has been a Dade County re-ulent since 1925 and lives with hiwife and five children at 2479 SW 13th Street. Greater Miami and B'nai B nth The organizations are in the forelront in the field of human rela lions combatting anti-Semitism and promoting inter faith good will in South Florida. The Joint Defense Appeal, fund Is rae l Film to be raising arm of the Anti-Defama !" w %  %  %  %  *• tion League and the American JewShown in Gables i-h Committee, is a major benefi "Harvest from the Waters. clary in the Combined Jewish Ap new f,| m produced in Israel, will peal Other groups that have come for ward to offer their help include the Pioneer Women. Mizrachi. Na-; ( oral Gables Jewish Center on Sunbe shown for the first time in South Florida at a meeting of the *&' %  yitf) MENDELSOHNS CORN!* 41st ST. ROYAL PALM AVE., MIA* A U Can* Air TIAOITtONAX DIMMERS ONLY ON FWOAY Telephone 58-7074 ONLY ON FRIDAY MASGIAH <* "OSMEt RESTAURANT A • E I I C T l A fulssi Eiaarfoaca fo Ualsf P'*"*" TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS ttHfltmt) fo Tafca >fo"* "i wAsnmeTON AVE. OPPOSITE OH AU t T* Open Daily 11 .., B m ,turd.y ^^



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*w*ftffcr*l,n leVonth Slate Conclave Eheastern Federation of Luth announces its annual I W i!l be held in Atlanta, Ion April 9th through 11th. liose of the Conclave is t,te the programs of the [groups in the region conlf Temples in Alabama, T Florida and South CaroHighlight of the annual will be a workshop on the afternoon of the 10th in which a panel of distinguished rabbis from throughout the region will conduct an "Ask the Rabbi" session in which delegates may ask for advice or debate on any pertinent subject. The Conslave will also include a discussion entitled "The Judaism I Want for My Children" in which picked representatives wiU participate. The Standard Town and Country Club will be the site of the banquet and dance to be held the night of the 10th, with Jerry Davidson, president of the National Federation of Temple Youth, Kansas City, Kansas, as main speaker for the dinner. PAGE 5 A a. Engel Will \drtrrss A*C Irving M. Engel, national president of the American Jewish Committee, will speak at the second annual meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee on May 24th, it was announced here by Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, chapter chairman. Engel, noted lawyer "and Civic leader, follows Jacob Blaustein as president of the American Jewish Committee after serving as chairman of the National Executive Committee for the past six years. The chapter annual meeting will also be an election meeting for new officers of the Greater Miami Chapter. Chairman of the Nominating Committee is J. Gerald LPWIS. •H t # HOUSEWIFE! A 4 ... Use only KOSHER PARVE A COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN CLtAl [**1 CUTS G R £ *^' i rAr A ||Y FOR POTS AND \* JIJAA PANS AND SINKS Koshor and Parvo AJAX cleans •inks, po*, pans, bathrooms up to twieo as oosy, twko as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and groato right down tho drain! / *? FAB FAMHY LAUNDtY Groat Now Formula FAB contains Mora Acffvo Dirt ftomovor than any othor loading product, i pkM not ono, but two of tho most ofroctivo whHoning ingrodionts ovor discovorodl Yot Fab k actually miWor to hands than loading floating soaps. VEL FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES ft Yos, Koshof and Parvo VEl makos dlshos sh|no without washing or wiping don't wash, )ust soak; don't wipo, lust rim*. And no "Dotorgontj CM" *o hands with VEL *•< OISNCS svtaciMs UMOItlf WOOLIMS **.



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PAGE 14 B knittncrldiarL S^A^MARCHtt JNF Council Reports Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida this week t% Ka report on "Tu B'Shvat" tree sales by children of the Religious 8cb >ola "t Greater Miami. Kabbi Moses Mescheloff, | dent, declared that a number oJ schools had not yet been heard from. The final total was anticipated to be MiilKii'nt for the plan: ing of a forest of 1,000 trees in I> rael in the name of the Jewish children of Greater Miami. The Hebrew Academy of Greater; On Local Tree Sales Miami leadthe li-t with the pur chase ol %  >' %  tree-, followed by I with 144 Beth Jacob. 101 :.ihles b Center, 44. Miami Hebrew i %  28, Zamora Jewish I 15. Tifereth Israel, 14 and Jewish Center. 12. Ten trees or m purchased !>> -lack Attia-. Norman Gel. her. Sandra Seinfeld. Howard Pasternack. Fred Cola**, Daniel Mitinik. Norman Shwedoek. Sol Hernstein. James Dublin. Nathaniel Laoer, Jerrj s. levin, Michael liemen Teitelbaum, Lester ; rtel, Dunn Jr., Arthur Spoiler. Faith dlan, JM Katz, Vickie Mechanic, I and Ann llin. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Solomon Lichter displays a painting by her daughter, Parn, to Miss Dolores Levine. Miami Beach High School, under the direction of Irving Katz and Mrs. Muriel Rash, is holding weekly displays oi student activities in the lobby of the main office at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Mrs. Lichter and Miss Levine are customer representatives. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Mar. 26 29) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY 7:00 Today 7:15 7:30 7:46 SUNDAY Test Pat Mus 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:15 8:30 Strike It Rich 8:4b MON DAY Today Feature Rim TO B Ann'ced : Sm. Ed McOOM 10:00 The Little show 10:15 Valiant Lady 10:30 Jack I'.iar .-non10:4S Super I Teat Pat.. Mus. Christopherl'. „"oiig School • It Rich 11:00 Del Rusw Una 11:30 Menu Magic 11:45 ljimp Into F*t The Lie Snow I „,, I. I Valiant Lady Cap;. Midnight Look Up. Live (Jary Moore Ind try Parade B %  %  Patrol Johnny Jupiter Hilly 'Iraham What's Tr"ble This la The I.if, Arthur GodfreyMenu Magic AFTERNOON 12*0 I've Got N 12:15 %  i. ii. 12:30 Search For Tomor. 12<45 Guiding Light 1:00 Brunch With Judy Hoy Rosen 1:30 Gary Moore Cap) H..rtz 1:45 Ville 2:00 Cobba Cornel Talent Ranch 2:15 2:30 At Jackie's Houle Mr Wizard 2:45 Big Top E Sch'l or Air I've Got New. I n Bob p-nte SM, K..r Tom ng I.lacrit ni In Review DM Taj Juvenile Jury Urch W. Judy Stoi i l" h \ Pride of r.miih I Cobba Coi ner House 3:00 Big Payoff 3:15 3:30 Kate Smith 3:45 %  %  World iv|.-i PI.,> ir-.I:IK pa>.,ff ">'•'••• Ana'ead IMUI win.heii 8 4:00 Alec Gibson 4:15 4:30 4:45' I'mle Martin You Are There Alec Qlbaon W. Kth', Mr iv-pera 6:00 Glenn & Mickey 6:15 Superman 6:30 6:48 Shopper' %  Guide Amateur Hour Omnibus Ill'ites \-v. -Weather I HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 30765-B 1 |i sI'oFI ,Kl. IV i I NOTICE TO CREDITORS li vtgainsl M %  ni an) %  '" b >\.against tlM ( FRED 8POFFORD ,:, County, KI'Tida. to FRANK B. DOWLING, Count) da Couatjr, and • i inoffice In the Count) Courthouat In Dad< County, li ndar months from the date "f the first publication • a demands to the claimant an ''in to and present! 'I %  a II be barred. ll'n of the 1S33 Pndiate V • Date M rch li A.D ISM. BARB M: v UP" FFORD, \Administratrix of the %  ..f FRED KPOf FORD, I'• P.ATM IN .v IT1IIG Attorned for the Administratrix 3. 26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA IN CHANCERY. No. 167463 I'.I.I iRI \ i -w ill Alt. Plaintiff wn.i.iwf i iWCHAR, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO WILLIAM % %  Wi'HAR I' I %  i • \ \ \. m York Yi .1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bill of Complaint f..r I >iv..r.e hai been filed asalnat rou In the eittltlad naiiaa anil you are hereby notified b opy of your to Ui. Hill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the orlgInal In the office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th da] of April, 1864; otherwise, a Deer, e Pro Confes-o will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FIX iRIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Rorlda, this 22nd day of March. 1854. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court By: WM. W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PAI.I.OT. SILVER A ML'LLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Hid*;.. Miami, Ra. 3'28 — 4.2-8-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32435 B In Re: ESTATE i >F PHILIP SHLACKMAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of rou, may have acalnst the estate of PHILIP SHLACKMAN. ,|.-. ..a-ed late of Dnde County. Florida, to the Hop County Judaea of l>..I. County, and file the same In their in the Count* Courthouse in Hade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demand* to contain the legal art.lie-, of the claimant and to be %  worn i and presented as afo or same will be barred Bee .Date Man h :.". A D 1.'. Ml iRRIfl SHLACKMAN. Al Administrator ..f tip. Esl -. PHILIP SHLACKM W MAX R siLVKP. '" %  *'"• Atton ltor s/: ., N i >T ,CE T0 CREDITORS N A^rf'i l XI V JUOOES-S COURT i??tf.rt? FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 32422-B In RESTATE OP 8AM > KCKtunt, Deoeaaed toin H v • D. I Glenn. Mickey Kid EVENING Sh%  : • • Quid) Iteil Skelton 6:00 Bti i ol Desolat'n 8:10 Weatherman 6:15 .la.k of All Bnot I 6:30 Paperhouae Party Lone Ranger 8:46 Renlck Reporting | 7*0 Greatest Dramas 7:15 Let'a Oo Fishing 7:30 DonaEdwards 7:46 Eddie Fisher Public Service ,, ^ I %  ih rman I „ „ Jack of Sports Mu Marnettes Armchai Renlck R epot is Renick Re,.,., t. Cant P.ra.ldock Life W. Father this U V. 1-i.e Two F. Money Private s., y 8:00 Mama 8:15 8:30 I've Got A Secr,-fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IHIRIITHV K HI HER MAN IS1I Suit Avenue HrooklKB, New York TOP AUK HEREBY WOT IFU tU that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you and you are herahj required to serve a copy ..f your Answer on the Plaint if ra Attorney. IRVING 8TEINHARDT, 420 I in. .In Itoad. Miami lleach. Rorlda. ami file the original In the office Of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or Apill 1!., 1S.-.4, In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confaaaed b) \ou. DATED this 11 da ol Much. 1851. K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court By H. 11. RICE, JR. • Seal) Deputy Clerk I — 4/2-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buatneea under the fictitious name of HOLIDAY MOTEL, at 7290 8.W. 8th Street. Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Rorlda. SAMIEL TL'FSHINSKY MORTON L. BEIGEL Attorney for Applicant 18 W. Flagler St /26 — 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KENT CLEANERS A LAl'NDRY, at 600 8.W. 1st Avenue, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Rorlda I SI Don HERSKOVFITZ HARRY HERSKOWITZ AARON HERSKOWITZ MAX SILVER **'• Wnrr ^ 2 ,, s r e n ,'Lfd 0r B1d J g P ." C n, • 12-18-26 — 4/1 1 '' %  '. within Date March 14. \ ri RU'Kl EB V'l.l.li: BTR1CKIJ R 3/26 NOTICE ^DER^F^TITIO, B Mc.ri.ia coiH.i.'ilon; IN '" s.de Owner PM.I.OT. SILVKP Mfl.LOY Sign Off XV;OUST BROS KY, l< "i. HIS/' 3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND POR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187446 JESSIE J JACOIls and JOSEPHINE JACOBS, his wife, and MAMIE GIDDuNS. I'lalntlffs. vs. W M ASHLEY and l.l'i'V ASHLEY, his wife, et al. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR To: V.. M ASHLEY and LL'CY ASHLEY, his wife. 2SS1 Lv, aster Detroit 11, Michigan %  Al'l; I" AM1I.KY and GENE ASHLEY, his wife. Cox : Orova city, Ohio ROBERTA HCHOPE and JOHN BCHOPE, her husband Bog 471 Hwananoa, North Carolina PACLINE I.VOA and ERNEST 1.11>A. her husband Mrnvervllle. SartY, Carolina BIDDIE OUTLAW, a widow. v 171 gwanai North Carolina '' ..}.,. STr A,!T %  ""' VIIWJE sri'AKT. IllWife. Offlr. C. Hwanai dead, also the unKnown li. II %  ,|.\ : -, .. I, u .,x,.. .. 'i~ talmlna by, through, under or a x "" '•' .II. I against his i any and all msons claiming any right, title. .., rs ol D H \~lll i:v and all ,.tl,. rleht. title or i. in and to the pro|>ert) involved In tinsuit; 1 HEREBY NoTIRED ,h in. ,'' •; : ''""" ertv !'., ';', '""""'"t deecrllwd prp' the Kast ', Half of %  NIM.-I %  „, '" f, .V' feet TWFCTV" L?, XSSt ivM\n of NILE GARDENS, '; li. i ordlng t., the Plal at \Z'l r ::,"". ••' '" '"" Bo** 11 •imtv. r1..rl,|a. •d to serve '.'f.: rv idalntlff, an. llulhtlM u. nd IN, lt lympla or i nilr l M t ml "" r na file the the (Mr .' h r % %  '"•• %  Cle.k of Ircult court on or before the 3rd da> of May. A.D. J64. otherwise nfaTl. I V. 1 """ "' "'*' %  "• ,MI -' """;';"' *l'l be taken a. conf..^ hr Dated at Miami. Rorlda. thla J2nd ••ay of March. A.D. MERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit WU. W. STOCKING ,,.. Deputy Clerk LEGAL N0TICI EMILY I, \\,| ,. To EM You to atM-v*. %  ,,.,., %  U ff I ^Y^WVLI' An. .i.i.p tieauing i i •'",•. tliI i'lalnt J ami. I 1 I'l-ading |„ ,1** JH the I91h d.r. „ f ',.,".'"' i fall to do so i,„|, m ,i '!' 1,5t will b. '>** "-f'l-ma 1 h. • „. P., 7, f '':''Wl HAROLD TANNEN 11 C '" k Attorney for riamliff 1008 Security Itull.IW Miami 1/18-28 — 1/2-9 '^ llami IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COWrT DADE COUNTY. FLORlM No. 30339B RE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH MI'RAR DeeeuMNOTICE OF INTENTION TOW APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE w N O ir, : ls h '" M 8lv8 thtt. have filed our final report andpf for Rnal Discharge aj ,!,.,{!, of the estate of i:i.l/\HHTH MU_ deceased; and thai on the Tih rtaV3 April. 197.t. will ,pp|) „, ,h e -' able PRANK DOWUNOT Judge of Hade County, F!nr|in""i approval of said final report'aM I final discharge iinnofl Estate of BLIZARETH MLRA* i eaaussd This L'etli dn .' I-M.ruarv ll I8ADOR FINE ELSIK \! K1N.NET MILTONA FRIEDMAN ^ Attorney for C-. \., utora -1S-2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! FLORIDA IN AND FOR OK COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. IE ALLIE S ROUNTREK, i'laintiff, vs FORREST H. RolWTRKF.. IVftiaajl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FORREST H Rol'NTRBE Whale\ \ ille. Ylralma You are hereby notified that a BM Of Complaint for Divorce hai sssl filed against you, and you are nvj quired to serve a copy of year J or Reading to the Bill M on the plaintiff's Attorney. DATI LEVINE. 123 N.W. Kth Avenue," ami, Rorida, and file the onf_ Answer or Pleading in the offkt I the Clerk of the Circuit Court sit before the 12th day nf April. lKt S ou fall to do so. Judgment hr r ault will be taken agalnot r"> the relief demanded in the Bn" Complaint. Thla notice shall be publishes I each week for four consecutive i In THE JEWISH FI-oRIDlAN. Do.VE AND ORDERED at %  __ Rorlda. this 5th da> of March. AA 1 •' %  4 E. B. LEATHERMAN. CTerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By WM W. STOCKISO. fClrctilt Court Seal) Depot! OH DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Plaintiff 123 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. F1an 1/12-19-28 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 2 NOTICE JS HEREIIY GI\K> %  the undersigned, desiring to mot< business under the -fictitious nasa EDDIE'S SERVICE STATION."' Washington Avenue. Miami B*K.5,| tends to register said name w u l'^ Clerk of the Circuit Court of Countv. Rorlda. _. ^^, LILY MATIS, Sole On* J KLI RREflER Attorney for Apidli.mt Lincoln Itoad 3/18-28 — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FlCTITIOli NAME LAW WOTTCE W HEREBY nlVW' the uBjdersUjmed, desiring "" n **SJ_ buslnaaa under the ri. tltloui ""tSI HOL'SE ol FRANCINK. at *^ L'n.l Avenue, Miami. 1'ade '•— Florida, Intends t.. % %  •-'•' % %  .r!ZM with the Clerk of the Circuit C.unj Da* Count*', Rorlda CATHERINE M I.1TTL& ii-!.Owner) 1 IKS' It V M CAIN Attorney for Applicant ISII W Flagler Bl Miami, r 1 *3/28 — 4'2-9-1'i NOTICE UNDER FiCTlTlOw* NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREIH i niiallsa! business undei li ". ,pj*sf KVELT lloSl-n M./Z'nS TORY ami. 1 Ifnds to regWerj name with the Clerk of taj Court I'd' : ',; ri' oMA HAROLD 3HA (Sole owner) HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant -^ W llagle, SI Miami. r 3/28 — 4'2-9-lS %  NOTICE UNDER rjCTITlOM NAME LAW ^.M lU |, NOTICE is HERKIH • r nW "W thundersigned, de-lnng ''"7*5,1 business under the "^^iTIl. I-E LAND < %  > < 'iDteajH 114th HI m". ""' d | -ter said nana ".'",,, QvoOA ..f the Circuit court of I*" Rorlda. ,BTL.n**" HARVEY R KLEIN Attorney foi HarryL njJJ^ i-ayne HulMing. >"is 8/28 — 4/ 2-9-18 NOTICE UNMR;^ 10 NAME LAW ,„ Mtl |8Jg NOTICE 18 HEREBY onjSsfl the undersigned. d' r '^ loU tuUJji business under the fl 'J 1 SVs4"| DALES SI VI" tow Ave., Miami ,,e *"', h e i*"^ Ulster -Id name allh^M r>er*1 the Circuit Court of i ^^ Florida. ., oirsrCfBT CARL ED USq9 NATHAN R<' BK!f r-DWlN UPTOrJ I/18-88 — */!-





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MARCH 26. 1954 vSmistnorkfiari PAGE 15 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Li,r'l d ""'" 'circuit Court with the Clerk of Dade County, MIRACLE SHOE CORK o, l-rank J. Levin. PrMldeat •tofSlSch Bhe* Store — 4':' ricTuNDER FICTITIOUS CE NAME LAW IIKKKHV lilVKN that I desiring to engage In lly: Frank J. Levin. President *tor Miracle Shoe* m / urnii MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS rF .^^K-.Tn.VKN that UM TILE CO.. at 8351 S.W. V Mi-imt Florida, ntends &?„* name with the Clerk reult Court of Dade County, JAMES H RoTHERHAM t;V,r James H, Rotherham ,.. ne liuililinK Mt < -' -^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167113 IXHJIB PEHMIN, Plaintiff. vs. CKCKUA PKKSIN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CECELIA PEHSIN 124 W. 74th Street New York. NY. Tou, CECELIA PEKSIN, are herebv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haH been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney, MAI.V1N BNGLANDBR. :i 11 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of April.. 1954. If you fall to do no. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH PI.OKIDIAN. HONK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla inth day of March, A.D. 1954. E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By R. H. RICE. JR. iCircuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MAI.VIN ENOLANDER. ESy 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Kla. Attorney for Plaintiff 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 MCE UNDER FICTITIOUS p r l8 NA H M E e RK U BY W OIVW that B.r!,igned, desiring to engage in tunder lb'* fictitloua name of BlAMl APPLIANCES 41 AU r TV BERVICE, at 2621 W. si IntendK to register said dth the Clerk of the Circuit „, I ..,.i.County, Florida. EDWIN P. KKASSNER Bole owner LKR & OARS n f.ir Applicant piaglei St. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitloua name of VILLAGE PAINT BODY WORKS. at 7^6 E. 10th St.. Hlaleah, Intend* to legisler said name with the Clerk of the c Ircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .... l :l ,WA,U) SWEA8V, Owner GEORGE E BCHULZ Attorney for Applicant W} CurtlM Parkway, Miami Springs riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Id! |8 HEREBY GIVEN that lenlgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of |p MOTORS, at I I2S N W. 36th ami Florida, Intend to register jmwith th.Clerk of the Clrfcurt .\.\l F'l! \NK. deceased late York County N'l York, to le County Judges of I lade %  ma in their in the County I 'nui ChoUM in I I la, within eight Hifrom the date of [he I .-..id lalrm jnila to contain the legal adJ'f tli-' < I liniiint Ami to be sworn 1 id, or '.inn •I i 19 A 11 |934 LAWRENCE .1 PRANK, AAn. ill iry AdmlniatraWM ITA of the E.-iai. of. SAM FRANK. .:. I US. 111:1M \\ & K .PLAN Administrator CTA I I 16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE In Re: ESTATE OF • SA.MI'I'.L s. S1LVERMAN, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons HaVing Claims or Deinunds Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are herebynotified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of SAMUEL B. SILVF'.P.MA.V deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dado Couftly. and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months f*om the date .rf the first publkvKion hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aw aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March 10. A.i). Ml. // SARA SILVERMAN. As Administratrix of the SAMCEL S. SILVKRMAN Deceased MYKI'.s'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix MO Beyfcold Bid*.. Miami, Florida 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30215-A RE: ESTATF: OF SAD1F; FRIEDMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceased; and that on the 16th day of April. 1954, I will apply to the Honorable VV. F\ BLANTON and/or FRANK i: DoWLINO County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of Ibe Kstate of SADIE FRIEDMAN, deceased. This th day of March, ltM. K. M. MACIITEI. Administrator ROSENHOCSE & ROSENHOCSE Attorneys for Administrator 913-16 Olympla Bldg., Miami, Florida 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk DAVID I.EVI.NE 123 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDftH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DE LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade County, F'l.i Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PHILIP DE LEON MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 41 li Congress Bldg. 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29977 A RE: ESTATE OF YF:TTA F:DF;LSTEIN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of YETTA EDEL8TEIN. deceased: and that on the 5th day of April, 1954. I will apply to the Honorable W. FRANK BLANTON or FRANK B. DOWLINO, County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Kstate of YETTA EDEL8TEIN, de1 eased This 1st day of March, l-->4. SADIE FEINSMITH JOSEPH ZEMEL Attorney for Executrix (lor, Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. '.!/.",-IJ-19-26 IN DADE DTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW n< R is HF:REBY GIVEN that ridersiun,.,! desiring to engage In f under the fictitious name of III A IIEM.TV ,v BCSINI.SS FERS, Rl 5 W Flagler St., intoi register said name with the l .or the Circuit Court of Dade Honda. II PI. MAURICE SCSSMAN %  ws for Applicant ["• Fl.iul.-r St. B JUNTY JUDGES' COURT |DA0E COUNTY. FLORIDA IgWATg'bp* 1 -* Ir %  h i.V S .. s v '' K s Oeceased IAPD ,^. 5! TENT, ON TO MAKE l APPLIC *T.I0N FOR FINAL sTK'P D| SCHARGE \<\\.< hereby given that we If., P r ,ll, 1 reiHirt and petlDor Final Dimharge as Execu,?t the ftate „f SAMCEL Ft. """i-d; and that on the to THE CIRCUIT COURT, COUNTY, FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 166596 JOE M. ALVAREZ. Plaintiff. MILDRED L D.Wis. t^fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tir MILDRED L DAVI8 Residence unknown ______ ,„ TOO ARE HEREBY N-.TIFIF.D to file your Answer to the Bill o plain) for I'oieclosure on Mortgage encumbering persona cated in that certain place %  less known as "Brass Rail il VJ7 S\V .'17th Avenue, Miami. Ida. with the Clerk of Court In and for Dade 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 Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby not 11 led and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate .if CARRIE MAE SMITH, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Conn I y Courthouse. in Dade County, FlorldR, within eight calendar months from the date of tlie first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same, will be barred. Date March 17. A.D. 1M. OLIVE II SMITH. As Administratrix of the Estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH. I ie.-eased. MILTON H. RICHMOND Attoi ne) for Olive B. Smith 3/19-2B — 4 I-l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167086 LOUIS G1TLIN. Plaintiff, REBECCA GITLIN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: REBECCA GITLIN. Residence Unknown. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN. 823 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of April. 1954. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida llv WM W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk l/ll-lt-lf — 4/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADC COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 147067 LOIS BERLIN, Plaintiff vs. ." SAUL A. BERLIN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAUL A. BERLIN. 13450 Huston Street, Apt. A, Sherman Oaks, California You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN. K2:i Sevbold Building. Miami. Florida. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of April, 1954. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 ^^^ Clerk j it ComChattel loot busilocated Flortlie Circuit County, Florida, and serve a copy thereof upon KESSLER ft GARS, Attorneys fol Plaintiff, 17S2 West Ftajter WMt. Miami. Florida, on or before the l.th day of April, B>..4. else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated: March VE A TIIKKMASI ci.ik of Circuit Court Hv; M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Real) Deputy Clerk 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 ^^__^_ [OTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN mat undersigned, desiring to engage In Iness under the flct tlous name of I.R1DA AUTO SALES. t "2 POTTCE N?M! R L;£ T1T,OO that *Mr.lJn HE REB'f GIVEN E*V 1U ',,„T h '' "c'ltlous name of k. BE}, 11 !" t 1454J Washington [ %  "InI Mm. *.* cn '"tends to regUt cU'i m *lth the Clerk of the It/U^i NR TTIE URBAt'M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IK HKHKHV OIVEN tha the t.usln N'W"''^ SL! Mia.nrFloriWintend to register said name ** h ? C'*."? of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FtorWa SAMUEL L. KAY JACK K WEIN KOVNER ft MANNHEIMF.R Attornevs for Florida Auto Sales 3/ 5-I2-19-2H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE U>' HEREBY GIVEN I (h bust fS0 N.W.' 7t'h"XCe"; Miami.Fla "In tends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit t ourt of Daae County. E^ m:s ( ENTER INC. 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.'32301-A In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM KCBENSTEIX. I I. .else d To All Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands AK.unst Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any ClaiOU and demands Which you. or either of you, '"ay have against the estate of WILLIAM KI'BENSTFIN. dccasci late of "ad.County, Florida. lo the Honorable County Judges of I>nde Countv. 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 or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March 15, A.D. 19 ; .4. RAE Rl'BF-.NSTFIN As Executrix of the Ijist W I" snd Testament of ,„_,., WILLIAM RIBENSTEIN. Deceased. MYFJRS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for F:xecutrlx 3/19-26 — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en:n> kl business under the fictitious name of H h B MOTORS (not Incorporated). at 975 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with ibe Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LUCILE HOROWITZ, sole owner ISRAEL ABRAMS Altornev for l.uc.le .Horowitz, d l> a II ,v B Motors (not incorporated) B/12-Ts-M — 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Irt business under the fictitious name of GLOBE GREEN STAND'S. GI.OBF., TRADING STAMP CO., at 2732 I'once de l#on Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida, intends to register said name'.wlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. E,orn.a s TAMp By: David Jacohson. I'resident (Sole Owner) HENRT M I'AIN Attorney for Applicant 2318 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida 3/i',-12-19-26 : h'e undersigned dlVlVVn'g to engage in ,u.ln"ss under QgJ^rSrSSg? ',' J. & P. DEPARTMENT STORE' at "NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IK HEBHMY GH'EN that theVanderslgned. desiring to engage In business^ under the tletgiMU "• %  fog PAI.LETTE CLEANERS, at irev* NWllihAv.., North MUml, In tend, to register said nsme w ^ n f. ntf of the Circuit Court of Dade County. ***** HABBIET CHARI.TON (Sal. Dsraer) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167291 SALOME GILBERT. Plaintiff MARK G GILBERT. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARK O. GILBERT 1 II ocean Avenue Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you n the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a.cop} of vour Answer to the Bill of CompUlnt on the Plaintiff's ^SS^S"M%& the original In the office of the t lerK of the Circuit Court on or before the H, h dav of April. 1954. otherwise a Decree TPlS OMbM will he entered %  "Thls'mdlce shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks fn THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. '"Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of March. {^YBATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVBjf MULLOT ^T^r^B^AHdSSfc Miami Florid*.^ 3/l-4 — 4/t- NOTIFIED NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32300-B in Re: ESTATE OF MATTIE JACKSON. Deceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav. urns or Demands Against Said Estate: Tou, and e.i.h of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon, or either of you, may have against the estate of MATTIE JACKSON, deceased late of Dade County. Florida. to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office ill the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight 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 as aforesaid, or same will be haired. Date March 1". A.D. 1954. I.OCIE BANDEL, Admlnistrator-C.T.A. of the Estate of MATTIE JACKSON. Deceased BEN F:SSEN _,_ Attorney for Adminiatrator-L.T.A. S^3 Seybold Bldg. 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 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. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. __ "' TONY E. LoPRESTI and MEI.VIN H. ADLER, a partnership. /26 — 3/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of M VSTER8 FABRICS, at •.'•" B.W. 8th Btreet, Miami Florida, intends to register said n.inie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade" County. Florida. JOSEPH MASTERS HAROLD STIil'MPFAttornev for Joseph Masters r. IT Seybold Building 3 12-19-26 — 4'2 _______ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or TROPICAL WATCH REPAIR AND GIF'T SHOP, at 9864 Bird Road. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the livuii Court of Dade County. v ?,'s, • j \x HAROLDSTRUMPF Attorney Tor Irving Lax ,i; Seybold Building 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewish Hcr/cffan solicits your lxjal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 24 3 t



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IY, MARCH 26, 1954 ^JmlstiihrkUaun th f Tioklstciii |th is Revealed Ld Mrs. George M Buch, of harbor. Um Island to the engagement of their fc, Naomi Lois, to David P. n son of Mr. and Mrs. MaroJdotein, Nepoorit, Long Buch and Mr. Goldstein Ud from Far Rockaway jjjool Miss Buch is a medielarv student at New York fiJMversity. Institute of ApUrts and Sciences. [Goldstein attended C.C.N.Y. | of BusinesAdministration jj now associated with his fcride-elecl was a former resiLf Miami. She graduated from hdoah Junior High School friended Miami Senior High Goldstein"s grandmother, Rebecca Cohen, of 935 10th are long time residents of Beach. PAGE 7 A / %  'WWW/ COMPANION-GOVERNESS Young teacher wishes to accompany family traveling Europe after Jan* 15th. Call Newman, 5-7503. ~\^~v*-v>v*v"* American-Born Gentleman in bujmess, 40 years aid, wishes to meet woman about same age, observing Kashrvs and willing to aid in business. Reply Mr. S., lax 2973, Miami It. is Cherner Chairs [dent Conference L Roberta Cherner. daughter \. and Mrs Joseph Cherner of i Beach and Washington, D.C., as chairman of the recent Lawrence College interfile student conference on "The _! of American Freedom." lid in Bronxville. New York, Eonclave attracted 180 underrate delegates from 44 Eastern kjiend universities and 238 j Lawrence students. Henry Steele Commager, the nter. said that certain tradill characteristics of American (om are in danger of falling and "of taking our freedom J them." I opening the conference. Miss ner said "With the whole conI of our American freedom in Rant danger, it is essential to |fy in our own minds exactly rights we. as individuals, I. and whether our personal pom could in any way contra[or stand in the way of the Ibeing of our country." Inticello Ladies Fashion Show kond annual spring fashion y, "From Dawn to Dusk," will (presented by the Mollie Karr Ladies' Auxiliary at the kticello Park Jewish Center on Jtaesday. March 31st, at 8:30 I Spr.ng and summer fashions accessories will be displayed Ronnie's Frocks, Inc.. and modby members of the Auxiliary. hions will be shown in a manI similar to that of the TV show, M Big Payoff." pfreshments and other prizes be awarded during the course [the evening. B'nai B'rith leaders are shown planning the 18 th Annijal Convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges and women's chapters, which will be held at the Biltmore Terrace Hotel, Miami Beach, April 10-12. Pictured are (seated) Mrs. Violet Davis and Milton A. Friedman, Co-Convention Chairmen, (standing, left to right) Sidney M. Aronovitz, Leo Steinman, Mrs. TillieWolfson, Gilbert J. Balkin, A. Budd Cutler, Mrs. Jack R. Wein and George Kronengold. Convention Committee members. Mrs. Wein is President of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters. WWMB \%J* !••" Young Adults to install Oltieer* Newly elected officers of the Young Adult Group of Temple Emanu-El will be installed at the group's" second annual "Purim Prom" on Sunday, March 28th, at 9 p.m., in the social hall of the Temple, according to Debbie Graboyes, social chairman. Kabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will be the installing officer. Officers to be installed are Irving Sherr, president; Bob Stone, vice president; Phyllis Goldstein, recording secretary; Carol Leibow, corresponding secretary; and Don Marks, treasurer. The evening will feature dancing to the music of Walter bee and his orchestra. Assisting in arrangements are Elaine Schwartzman, Kathy Rothmen, Jane Goldstein, Phyllis Goldstein and Arlene Weisblatt. Musical Revue Lists Cast for Production Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of the Sisterhood Musical Revue of Temple Beth Sholom, this week announced the following cast: Rosalie Arkin, Veda Broder, Ethel and Rita Ann Brenner, Adele Belaif, Grace Durbin, Dorothy Falick. Selma Grenold, Isabelle Grove, Pearl Hyams, Jackye King, Becky Kay, Bea Mersel, Phyllis Miller, Dorothy Pine, Ruth Rudine, Mickey Sonnett, Murray Sonnett and Neil, ReLores Wickman and Mary Wynn. The Revue, which will be presented on Wednesday evening. March 31st, at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium, has been written and produced by Trixie Levin. Proceeds will go towards the support of the Beth Sholom Religious School. Mrs. Bert S. Klee is president. MEL* WANTED-FEMALE Supervisor for Kitchen and Dining Room in kosher Jewish Institution in Miami; will alto have housekeeping responsibilities. Some experience in menu planning and special diets preferable. Must be a mature person with good exporionco. Write full details regarding ago, education, training, work exporionco past 10 years, and references. Write: M. C, BOX 2973, MIAMI IS, FIA. "BC" Day Here Saturday Saturday is "BC" Day, according to an announcement here by the Dade County Cancer Institute. Spokesmen for the organization explained that "BC" means "Buck Cancer." All local radio stations will carry a "Buck Cancer" program from the stage of the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday evening from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m. Contributions may be mailed to Cancer, First National Bank, Miami. DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, I puts. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAY, MARCH 27th Speaker DR. A. MUKDONI Topic: NEW MASTERS OF PROSE IH YIDDISH UTERATURE" '0 f/u SATISFACTION TED BRAMSON INVITES TOO TO USE NATIONAL | Exterminators ESTABLISHED I3 EmerfOM* 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 BETTER SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES Dr. Greenhouse Named to Community Seder Committee Dr. Julius A. Greenhouse, of 1741 Cleveland Read. Miami Beach, has been appointed chairman for the Miami area of the Temple EmanuEl Community Passover Seder to be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Saturday, April 17th, 6:30 p.m. Co-chairmen of the committee are Mrs. Marius Ranson. of Ft. Lauderdale, and Mrs. H. G. Schlafer, Hollywood. Last year, over 200 residents and visitors in the Miami area attended the Seder. The charge is $8 per plate. For children under 13, the charge is $5. Dr. Greenhouse came to the Beach six years ago from Rochester, New York, where he was a leader in Temple B'rith Kodesh and a close personal friend of Rabbi Philip Bernstein. On his committee are Mrs. Albert Fishbein, Mrs. Samuel Gluckman and S. R. Zimmerman, all of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keller, of North Miami. This, will be thsixth community Seder at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. The service will bo conducted by Rabbi Marius Ranson. Douglas Book Reviewed "North from Malaya," by Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, will be the tenth and last in the series of books reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein for the Greater Miami Chapter ol Hadassah. The review will be given at Temple Beth Sholom, on Tuesday. March 30th, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Morris Alpert is coordinator. SECRETARY WANTED BY SYNAGOGUE Must Know Mimeographing and Stenography Salary $50 S60. Reply Giving Reierences. DEPT. X. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 THE MIAMI SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE will present Rev. Eugene Pickott, as guest speaker on Sanday, Inarch 28th, 11 a.m., at the Lindsay Hopkins School, 1410 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. His subject will be "McCarthy, the Man, tho Senator and the Ism." Tho pablic is invited. Weekly Card Game Set Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold its weekly minyon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, April 1st, 1 p.m. Noiional" 3D .PHOTOGRAPHY *l& ANNIVERSARY, OR PARTY IH 3 D l Uf THEM AN 2!?1 NLPH BARGTEIL Jhone 83-8431 DR. MURRAY M. ZINNER announces tho removal of his Dentol Offices to 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Phono 58-2851 <£*H*U f KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties CAT £ RIN C A Complete Service No Party Too Small — No Party To Large 775 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-99?: If No Answer Call 84-2078 Under Rabbinical Supervision Disabled Vets to Install A newly organized chapter of Disabled American Veterans, Miami No. 5. will install newly elected officers on Tuesday evening, March 30th. 8 p.m.. at the Comodoro Hotel. Frank Henry will be installing officer. FOBS to be Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview Lukas FOBS, composer and pianist, on Saturday, March 27th, at 6 30 p.m., over Station WKAT. Mr. Foss is appearing as soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. John Bitter, conductor, in the seventh pair of this season s concert series on Sunday and Monday evenings. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAV WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1/ N. E. 5tn Street Phone 9-S401 AL MEIDENBERO. Owntr THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND OIRLS On Mille River A Silver Lake Horie" Shoe. North Carolina Horseback RMfoa Private Late SsvioMitef Poof Capable Seasoaed Staff Ktti4—t MryireJaa oad Narsa Director*: HERRERT and RELLE SILVER 7SSS Buccaneer Av*.. Miami Beoch Ph. S4-912I Limited Enrollment £ il!S l fl£§ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.8. pot. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale • Wast Palm Beach YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION oi BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS • MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE I W VW9V*VVWW*1



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r miv MARCH 86,1954 "JmistitlarHton PAGE 9 A THE ISRAELI SCENE TODAY By BORIS SMOLAR j.wish Telegraphic Aaency ISRAEL IMPRESSIONS: Do the Vevolutions in Egypt and Syria spell danger for Israel? This is one of the many questions I have been s lied since my return from Israel. The answer is —no, unless the United States Government succumbs to the temptation of providing the Arab countries with arms. Israels military power is. naturally a military secret. However, from talks which I had in Israel with competent men I gained the impression that Israel is not afraid of the Arabs now, if only the present military equilibrium between the Jewish State and the neighboring Arao countries is maintained. The sending of arms by any of the Western Powers to any of the Arab countries will upset this equjlibrium and will feed the appetite of certain elements in the Arab countries to try their hand again in a war against Israel. Although the top leaders of the Israel Government have more than once stretched out the hand of peace with the Arab countries, they do not see such peace in the near future. It is obvious to them that since the Arab rulers have not reacted favorably to their peace offers up to now. there will not be any favorable reaction for a long time to come. They are, therefore, seeking a new modus vivendi for "coexistence" of Israel and the Arab States in the Middle East. And it is in line with this new attempt that Israel presented to the United Nations the suggestion for an Israel-Jordan conference. Whether this conference will take place, or whether it will be broken up by Jordan before there is even agreement on an agenda, depends on the skill with which UN Secretary General Dag Hammar.-k.ji ild handles the deliberations. In the meantime, Jordan has not accepted as yet the UN invitation to attend the conferences. This, as well as the revolts in Egypt and Syria, can serve as an object lesson to ilx.>e in.the US Government who put their tru "strong regimes" of Arab dictators. • • • THE COLD WAR: Any American visiting Israel cannot help but notice the "cold war" between Moscow and the United States on the streets of Tel Aviv. The East-West "war" is strongly reflected on the newsstands and in the multitude of bookstores in the city. Books and magazines published in the United States are displayed side by side with Soviet books and publications. And all of them can be bought in Tel Aviv for much less than in the United States or in Moscow. In this competition of minds, the United States has the upper hand over Russia. Israelis are very eager to know what is going on behind the Iron Curtain because many of them nave relatives there. But when it comes to reading, they prefer America. Not only are American newspapers and magaunes sold in large quantities in Israel, but American novels, diction%  **, scientific books and encyclopedias enjoy a good sale there. Especially popular are the 25c edinons Their colorful covers attract ?e Israelis no less than the reader* 'n the United States, and pocket *k displays in Jerusalem, Tel P" and Haifa resemble the disJ" a >s m American drug stores. The r)" e, u Lofia,ion in Israel %  *m happy over the growing Isand "I 1 ." 851 in American books %  "a publications. .•And the Soviet Ambassador in "' Aviv is trying to counteract this P^nomenon by throwing parties me legation for intellectuals, lit. d \ mcet Israe "s interested fat J-ture. The remarkable thing is u' even Israeli intellectuals ZT for their nti-Soviet sentiS "*n are being invited to these %  And more remarkable Is .Proac'h rt t L hat Sovirt diplomat, ap*h l ant '-Sviet intelleuals imo thirl! (lesire t0 invited 4r£ n 'T n Obviouriy, the act -!!? Moscow is to counter"^•erican inflow* nong the even at the price of making friends with anti-Soviet elements. The Israelis are both puzzled and amused by this Soviet approach, especially since outside of Israel—in the United Nations, for instance— Moscow representatives do everything they can to display pro-Arab rather than pro-Israel sentiment. • • A M E RICAN INVESTMENTS: The American investment that makes the best impression on Americans visiting Israel is the paper mill at Hadera, established by Joseph Mazer, noted New York Jewish philanthropist. I was fascinated by what I saw in this plant which, if I am not mistaken, is the first modern paper-producing factory in the entire Near East. The mill saves Israel millions of dollars by supplying the local newspapers with newsprint hitherto imported. It is one of the most flourishing industrial enterprises in the country. During the half-hour that I sat in the office of the manager of this establishment, I was witness to the many orders for newsprint and packing paper that reach him over the telephone from all parts of the country. However, it will take six months before some o the orders now on hand are filled. This indicates how important a gap Mr. Mazer's enterprise fills in Israel's industry. Another important contribution by Americans—though not in the field of industry—is the American Zionist House in Tel Aviv. Here Israelis come to enjoy an evening, some to listen to lectures, others to dine and dance. There is a good restaurant, a good bar, a fine orchestra and a fine atmosphere. And the prices are set so a young Israeli can take his girl dancing or his wife dining in a dignified place without having to spend too much of his weekly budget. The ZOA, I was told, is losing $50,000 a year on the establishment in order to make it accessible to people with low income. However, this is a worthwhile loss. ZOA House in Tel Aviv creates a great amount of goodwill for American Jews among the Israelis. Any Israeli who has ever spent an evening in ZOA House, leaves it with the feeling that he enjoyed an evening in a good American club. This feeling brings him closer to American Jewry, since he personally benefits—not in a charitable way— from an institution established to serve as a Unk between him and American Zionists. Israel Quits UN Mixed Armistice Group; Hutchinson Declines to Blame Jordan Continued from Pag* 1 A would annihilate Israel. Dwelling on Arab intrigues and provocations against Israel, Gen. Dayan pointed out that until the Arab states' "zero hour" arrives, the Arab countries are doing everything in their power to weaken Israel. This campaign, he asserted, includes the Arab attempt to disrupt German reparations payments to Israel and the economic blockade* of the Jewish slate.' '" In the light of these facts. Gen. Dayan said, the Israel Army is now faced with two choices: either to heard the weapons it has, or to make a strenuous effort to acquire modern arms such as the Arab states already Have. Israel will take the second source, he declared, and will make great sacrifices to buy arms "for the war which the Arabs would force on us." Officers of the North Shore Zionist District with Judge George E. Holt (second from left), of the Dade County Circuit Court and member of the American Christian Palestine Committee. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, North Shore spiritual leader and district vice president, Sheldon N. Lelchuk, president, and George Kronengold discuss the Judge's appearance as speaker at a "living Israel night" on Sunday evening, 8:15 p.m., in the North Shore Jewish Center. Greetings will also be extended by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, and Fred Jonas, president of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District. Gen. Dayan called on Israel's re serve officers to pay special atten tion to the training of some 50.000 immigrant youths now living in transit camps. He said that the halting of immigration had meant a shortage of manpower for the Jewish State. Former Premier David Ben-Gurion and Defense Minister Pinchas Lavon were among the speakers at the rally. Earlier, speaking at Elath, Israel port of -the Gulf of Aqaba, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary, Gen. Dayan declared that Israel would not permit the Egyptians to turn "the open sea (the gulf) into a closed lake for Israel." Despite the Egyptian blockade of the gulf, he said, Elath "would fulfill its destiny and become Israel's gate for trade with Africa and the South Asian countries." KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nDs 1 ? icr v The Very FiAest Frankfurters, Corned Beef, Bologna Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami, Florida, ^^ ? Phones 34)721-2 — 34225 *.'



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— Jli^wiislbJEIliDipidliigun U FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1954 SEC. B faumann Grooms Self as Germany's Next Fuehrer Iften say that one live Gerfj, more effective than ten lead ones." I s remark by Dr. Werner bnn, the Nazi bigwig who was distant to propaganda chief |h Goebbels. is meant as a 7 Naumann believes he is •live German" — dynamic, politics-wise. The "halflories." to his mind, are the leling. unspectacular leaders lermany'i neo-Nazi splinter Is. Naumann dismisses them lllards and fumblers. If and "Germany gets its next fuehNaumann is that man — he Irner Naumann has trod a deviolitical path. He barely es. punishment as a war crinj1 He was in the chancellory j>r with Hitler during the d^Cls last hours, escaping U) kern Germany where, under an tied name, he worked as a Haver until 1950. The shigjnAi leal tides have made it jjaj-* [for him in 'A" back to politickr several years a cautious Nauj succeeded in keeping himself in in the background, avoidfublic notice He plotted quietrid methodically, contacting fazi leaders and reknitting old widespread acquaintances Ihis days as undersecretary of bganda. He kept in touch with fer Wehrmacht officers. He Ispondcd with friends and lathizers abroad — among British fascist Sir Oswald ly and his Belgian counter! Leon Degrelle. %  en. with dramatic suddenness, \h zone authorities, a year ago Imonth. swooped down on his It movement in Duesseldorf Hamburg, seizing Naumann pix co-conspirators, along with 'rates of incriminating docuThe arrest caused a sensaI and made worldwide headFew persons had been aware p Naumann group. It had opcompletely underground, |ning the more blatant neoI political parties. The group [considered particularly danus because it appeared to be first postwar Nazi group with p. Members of the ring were [to have hidden their subveractivities behind a smoke>n of commercial transactions In enabled them to travel wide%  n Germany and sometimes ad. (After the British smoked |out, Naumann showed an evirelish for the spotlight, hptly he made himself availtor press conferences on a basis, i Htish Foreign Secretary An|y Eden told the House of ComF that Naumann's plan was to IGerman parliamentary democ soon as possible. This was %  acc mplished by the conspirIPermeating all branches of so| seeking by degrees to transT certain of the existing parties I'^anizations into National So! %  •' groups." Jumann evidently had succeedin infiltrating the Free Demote party. s( cond largest Jn the government. He had access W party's secret files, ii lirst Germans were skeptical T*harg ( v Thejr £ee ,. n JJ PM by one Bonn official — lmm n( \ kWa ow does not make IcvTr"', "" v a "'tude changed, a er they had a chance L p, n> ,h secret documents. %  huncellor Adenauer admit\* concern and Dr. Thomas %  me Minister of Justice, id !" nce con vinced him luZ n had cast "spider's pevery right wing organIhe U Gerrr "any." 1 Bonn" r h handed Naumann to 0 Government for prosecution, but he was subsequently released, although kept under close surveillance. This didn't halt his efforts to capitalize on the notoriety of his arrest. The ultranationalistic German Reich Party chose him as candidate Tor the fegflestag from Lower Saxony. Like Hitler in the twenties, Naumann too^to the beer-halls to display his opitorical fireworks. In Hanover, .a thousand admirers downed m§y kegs of beer while listening ly him develop the "new" gospel, nraumann's audiences applauded vigorously when he stressed the theme that Nazi Germany had been a bulwark against bolshevism "Without the year 1933 (the yx-ar Hitler seized power) Europe would have been bolshevized long .ago." Naumann told them. He was making so much political headway thai a disturbed German govern ent finally cracked down on him. scause he had no denazification certificate he was ruled a "Cate^d)Ey Two Nazi." This deprived him of his civil rights and barred him from engaging in any form of political activity. He was declared ineligible for public office and denied the right to vote. AU of which has neither frightened Naumann into retreat nor destroyed his appeal among right-wing Germans. Today, Naumann believes his political star is again on the rise. Der tag, he feels, may not be tomorrow — but soon. Naumann is a practical politician — he has no illusions that a return to power will be easy. But he is not dismayed. He's young, only 43; there's plenty of time he feels. At the moment, Naumann is chafing under the restrictions imposed by West German authorities. He worries that the British will swoop down on him again. He wants to campaign openly. "My arrest helped me more than it hurt me," he says. "I was able to see who my real friends are, those who stick with me." After years of petty intrigue and jockeying for power, Germany's Continued on Pag* 3 B Fast attaining the rank of a key hard currency corner for Israel in the battle to achieve economic independence is the young republic's expanding textile industry which has reached a new peak with the export of men's and women's clothing to a dozen European markets. A youthful Israeli models one of the industry's products now competing successfully in the fashion centers of the world. Taken Into Custody and Detained by Authorities: Israelis on British Airline are Stopped in Baghdad By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP This week I am going to tell you a story — not an ordinary one but a rousing adventure yarn, packed with action and suspense, and set in an exotic foreign capital, celebrated in fiction for centuries as a site of intrigue and excitement. But this story is a present-day one and unlike most adventure stories —it has a moral. U all started a few weeks ago. on January 3rd, when a British civil aircraft enroute from NicosiaCyprus, to Teheran, Iran, made an emergency landing in Baghdad. There were three Israelis aboard the plane. Two of them were women. One. in addition to her Israeli passport, was also in possession of a Dutch passport. All three were taken into custody and detained. They are still in detention. No information has been vouchsafed by the Iraqi Government as to their welfare or whereabouts. No questions regarding these three abducted Israelis have been answered by the Iraquis. A strange, stony silence has greeted quexio made by the Secretary-General iff the United Nations, the International Red Cross and the International Civil Aviation Organization. The only statement made at all runs somewhat as follows: the three Israelis are citizens of an "enemy" country and anyhow a number of Iraqis are held prisoner in Israel and have been incarcerated there for the past five years, so this kidnapping is quite justi fiable. What are the facts? 1. There are no Iraqis held in Israel. All questions relating to Israeli or Arab prisoners of war were settled over five years ago. 2. The Government of Israel has always (with not a single example to the contrary) permitted to proceed on their journeys under similar circumstances. 3. The captain of the British plane raised no objection to the Israelis being forcibly removed from his aircraft — nor did the British Embassy, which insisted that the plane itself be released, make any kind of Issue about the release of all the passengers. 4. The arrest and detention of passengers in transit is a flagrant defiance of international procedure — and a gesture so bold that the Government of Iraq would surely have hesitated to make it had there been the slightest fear of any really serious protest by the U.N., the U.S. or the British Government. The entire episode which reads like a "stranger-than-fiction" chapter of a wartime novel seems to have aroused no great clamor of indignation anywhere but in Israel. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY i!E 28—Number 13 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1954 PFflfiE: TEN CENTS rael Quits UN Mixed Armistice Commission itch i iso n jclines to late Blame BSALEM iJTA)—Search for ^bganp which massacred 11 ncn. women and children in bus ambush last WedncsI been called off because the J Jordanian and United Nafackers lost the tracks of the ers in a wild, rocky wadi live miles from the Jordan it was announced here. fcquently. Israel quit the Armistice Commission TuesIr good" because the group Ito indict Jordan for the of the 11 Israelis. The Decision, announced by an okesman. was regarded as : serious blow to the UnitIons true supervision organ Is;ncc the Arab-Israeli war. kro Israeli members of the (sion walked out when the chairman, United States Imdr Elmo Hutchinson, ab | in ihe crucial vote on an ^solution pinning the, masi Jordan. This defeated the on. nian trackers earlier joined Land Israeli party.after the; per of the Arab Legion ofprouuh the Mixed'Armistice ^i"n, to send men to parin the hunt. Gen. Moshe I Chiii of Staff of the Israel, Instructed the Israeli delethe MAC to accept the (an offer. The Jordanian remained with the party until the hunt was abanItracking teams — led by funds-had established bel search was called off that : of attackers had split up Iscene of the murders and eated in two paths at right pom each other. The trackht two nights in the wilder*adis and rocks in the fruitnipt to follow the marauIsrael-Un-dan Mixed Armismmission. to which Israel fed about the massacre, •day to discuss it, but ad1 pending the results of the |ln the meantime, the com1 Rave this complaint prior a number of other inci"ad on its agenda, lassacre of the 11 Jews has fa of gloom over the entire I and overshadowed the trail^ festive atmosphere of the I of lurim. observance of Psan last Thursday at sunrurim parties throughout IsF* cancelled and the only P'Rn of the holiday was the F "' children in colorful P depicting Queen Esther, -us, Mordecai and Haman. t" M '' she Sharett and Gen. ^nnike. chief of the UN •Ration machinery in PalCj f red this week-end on l, ,. lnc Premier pointed F'he a t, ack was carefully rhodically planned nd ha putward signs of a.military r' o %  said that whether re regulars or a special I dn ,K •• f lh S task there l^btthat the operation Eft* a military center. h !' Uack a w "nton and fanpnuoked act." lw' he gan had P ne 1^ mto Israel territory against a vital artery %  communications, the Combined Jewish Appeal Reaches Million Dollar Mark Prtmitr Moshe Sooreff "wanton and unprovoked" Premier said Israel takes the ''gravest view" of this attack on the safety of traffic inside the country. "No government conscious.of its responsibility for the security of its citizens and the preservation of peace would rer-iin passive the face of such an onslaught/' he declared. "Responsibility for the attack must be laid at the door of Jordan," the Premier stated. Only 24 hours before the massacre, Brigadier General Dayaa had warned that "war with the Arab countries is imminent." He declared that this was the only interpretation that could be placed on repeated Arab declarations that they Continued on Pa*a 9 A Dr. Nahum Goldmann (left), chairman of the Jewish Agency, being greeted by Philip M. Klutznick, president of the B'nai B'rith, shortly before h'e delivered an oft-1he-record address to the B'nai B'rith Administrative Committee at its recent meeting in New York. Among the actions taken by the Administrative Committee, which is the interim governing and policy-making body of the B'nai B'rith, was the adoption by unanimous vote of an 8-point program of aid to Israel. State Department is Bent on Arming Arab League Nations WASHINGTON (JTA)—A group of six Senators and about 35 representatives released the text of a letter this week from Under Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith and simultaneously issued a statement of "regret that we do not find assurance In the letter that arms will not be furnished to the Arab states." The members of Congress had met with Secretary Smith and other State Department officials to express concern over proposals to furnish arms to Arab League states. The Department was asked to avoid such a policy, whicn was characterized as a threat to peace. In his letter justifying the shipment of arms to the Arabs, General Smith quoted Secretary John Foster Duties as saying: "We are confronted today by possibilities of creating strength. The voluntary steps now being taken toward mutual cooperation by certain Near and Middle Eastern states located close to Soviet Union merit our support. We must make use of these historic opportunities as they occur, or see them pass by with incalculable consequences for our own security. "The setting within which we must build defensive srongth is unlikely ever to be penftct," Mr. Dulles continued. "Certain area disputes may well remain unsettled for many years whale the Soviet, threat continues to 0ow. It is our conviction, furthermore that building area defense will not obstruct the solution of these disputes but instead by fostering internal stability and appreciation of common danger will contribute to a' reduction of tensions." Summarizing* the main points made by the Department in its discussions of Arab arms aid with Congressman, Gen. Bedell Smith said: "The present dangerous weakness in the defensive capabilities of the Near East constitutes a direct threat to the security of the United States and of the free world. In insisting upon such (arms aid) un dertakings in every instance the United States Government will coninue to concern itself with relative military strengths in this area until such time as tensions between Israel and the Arab states have been sufficiently reduced to give promise of a lasting peace in the area. Any military aid which the United States may consider ex tending to states in this area will not shift the balance of strength so as to imperil the existence of anyone nation." The tripartite declaration of May 25, 1950 was cited by Gen. Smith as an assurance that Israel had no real cause for concern over the arming of certain Arab states. Commenting on the Smith letter the Congressmen said they had pointed out that the Arab states have shown no desire to make peace with Israel. One million dollars have been raised by the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal in its drive to strengthen Israel's economy airfl to up; build Jewish life throughout trie nation and in the GrealeT Mia-.ii community. The $1,000,000 mark' was announced at the final Buafiess aid Professional Division report rally held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel [ here this week. Chairman Sam J. I Heiman and campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner commended the hundreds of workers in the Trades • Division whose collective efforts were responsible for boosting this year's pledges to the SI.000,000 mark. Campaign leaders expressed confidence that the goal would be reached before the end of the drive. Special commendation was accorded Ben Meyers, chairman of the Utilities Division, for being the first group chairman to announce gifts exceeding 100 percent of his quota. A final spurt of activity in the Initial Gifts Division, headed by Samuel C. Levenson, was a major contributing factor to attainment of the $1,000,000 mark, act cording to Kanner. The remaindar I of the larger Initial Gifts are expected within the new few weeVs. "We are now well on our way towards the goal," said Kanner as he congratulated volunteers for their accomplishment. "I am calling upon the Greater Miami o i munity to participate in this cruI cial campaign which strives to develop and support the democra-ic way of life in Israel and also serve Greater Miami institutions which are part of our daily lives here. "Members of our Jewish community support 54 individual heal-.h. welfare and civic defense institutions when they make their contributions to the Combined Jewuh. Appeal." All CJA workers are being organized into a mass volunteer arr-y for several hours of common.~y solicitation on M Day on Sunday, April 4th. Kanner has issued a ca'.l to the Greater Miami community urging people to stay at home < a April 4th and give generously to the neighbor or friend calling up a them for a pledge. Rehabilitation is Seen: Reparations Funds Allocated For Cultural Programming NEW YORK (JTA)—Nearly $1,000,000 from West Germany's first reparations payments to Israel has been allocated for use during 1954 in an unprecedented program of cultural rehabilitation including scholarships and fellowships to Nazi-wctims and for the salvage of the vast cultural treasures destroyed Bfthe Nazis. The allocation was voted hert by the Board of Directors (drthe Conference on Jewish Mat dial Clahfl* Against Germany meeting at the Hotel Roose velt Attending the board meetings are more than 40 representatives of the major Jewish organizations and communities in the free world. More than a half of this sum of $900,000 will be devoted to a program of grants to Jewish students and teachers, known as the "Yavne Fellowships" after a town in Palestine in which the greatest academicians and intellectuals of the second Jewish Commonwealth congregated to pursue Jewish learning following the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. This is part of over $9,008,000 which the conference assigned to aid more than 30,000 needy Jewish victims of Nazism who now live in Western Europe, the Americas, • Continutd en Pag* 10 A *K*\ Dr. Safe W. Baron cbairaM*



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Israelis on Plane Are Delayed C*ntirx*d hart>** 1 S %  and iLcn 4atraaent bAmhairador ha> presessanl orgeat notes to the Secretary ->^-r. %  • %  the U-S Seat: • • i ; -;.: %  : ; %  •:..: oi these unfortunate people But the story farti-.'t.-c and oat r agtoas thoagti it is seems t have i DO one's imagination eatssae the borders of the Jewish be boned, and expected, that one or the other of the mighty powers mill i manailj persuade Iraq to reran the capBut the moral will certainly not haw been lost or. tbe s other states Kidnapping can now be added to tbe list of mtematior-r>es that can be "gooes away — if the naanber of vsrua* involved is not too large T* son w23 be absorbed just a* asotbt r recent lesson — quite eht_to murder one or two border settlers per night — tte number oi those killed must remain discreet for tc masse i I wned carries _MARCHj Program of Aid U Adopted for kr ael ;j NEW YORK A,, ^ gram .,:,,, ,„ r Britn. it Philip M. the order The governing and policy-mji of the B nai B nth. durjn, non at the WaldorfA* 1 here •' announctd. Klutaiek. prj %  action was tifce, %  tra u '' ommiifM, 3 Breakfast soacls r-ehoU of flat Combined Je rih Appeal General Mobilization are sponsored by ibe above basts enc hostesses m Coral Gables. Shown 'left to right) are Mr. and Mrs. E. Ihmmaii Fisber. Mr. r Has Te-rhm Stanley C. Myers, area chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Milt fry*** end Mrs Scrr. Goodnan chairman oi aeneral solicitation in Coral Gables. WTVJ Marks Fifth Anniversary television hi M.i>_r :.. • Tercentenary is Topic -Ind. 1 p :: %  SSBf : Mrs Banana Speeder. -: %  •". %  • "%  : V. • : • MrV >"• • •-.---. ir.r Mrs Hnfnsfl taft ian are in charge oi arrangements Rabbi Moses Mescr><-;:;: v ""The %  I Jev | hi 4 Duri a %  area that date in Cast te'ecastaag acanusi tea laMM mg the ensuing fisaihi is the have becom SOL< escaped the BM nver. Portland and bar ma ior aanronobtan *'%  sax* v th... vision at all snail 1853 Witcbeil ,n and Sadat-? Meyer were granted their construction permit ior WTVJ m August. IMS In September oi the same snag the Federal Comm_ Com%  clamped on the so-called %  freeae" which stopped th* ance o! new c.-n-t ruction, permits. Basal Btasaeaj which had airmen granted their permit* were allowed to go ahead and get; on tbe* air This freeze was in ofj :<-ct until July, 1B&2 WTVJ was tbe 78th television stabea to go on the air in the Unit Minmirrns Named in NCCI $15,080 Campaign Listed among the ten Greater' Miamians who are to raise $15,000 \ KOSHER FOR PASSO '.•] ed States and one of tbe original MB stations which were telecasting commercially prior to the lifting of the freeze. Complete and Jbepe/idatfe c/i//f Sewice M IAMI TITLE honored by his unanimous elec tion as first vice president of the newly formed Biltmore Men's Golf Association. Tbe association is composed of annual members of tbe Coral Gables Golf Course with a charter membership of 95 golfers The election was held at the Coral Gables Country Club Weksler is a Miami attorney for development oi the program of the National Conference of Christians and Jews are Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Max Orovitx. Joseph Weinjtraub. Jacob Sher and Mitchell Wolf son. Named by Detroit industrialist Benson Ford woo heads the NCCJ National Special Gifts campaign, the others to serve inlude John S Knight. Thomas W Skinner. Catch ings Therrel. Charles L Clements. Sr and G. T. Baker. ess. lUHO MEAL E CCI WanXE WHEAT! PASSOVER* 0 f GRADE "A" PRODUCTS CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Mift| PHONE 5-4S37 Titl* hwraw PnbcWs •< Kuesns City TrtW Insoreact Ca. 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PAGE 4 A m. M^fhHrrkaan Published avary Friday alnca 1t7 by Wja •{•"•ft* Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami Wt.fUggi Entered aa aacond-claaa matter July 4. 1930, at trie Poat Office -o Miami, Fla., under tha Act of March %  %  "• %  The Jewiah Floridian haa abaorbed the Jewiah Un ty and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiahi TJ • • graphic Agency. Sevan Aria Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Aaaociation. Amerlean Aaaociation of Engliah-Jewiah Newapapera. Florida Preaa Aaaociation. t FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN News Editor vjewisti Meridian OFFICE and PLANT -• 120 N. E JWh Str~, Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 During The Week.. .A. The Je*lh Floridian mth of the menhand %  %  • i 8 U One Year does not guarantee the Kaabiflvertiaed In It* roluanna. S C R I P T I $3.00 0N RATES Two Veara $5.00 Friday, March 26, 1954 Adar 21, 5714 Number 13 Israel Quits Commission The attack last week by Arab marauders on a bus traveling the Beersheba road, which brought about the murder of eleven men, women and children, has resulted in Israel's quitting the UN Armistice Commission. Word reached here Wednesday that the action taken by the Jewish State is "for good" because the commission failed to indict Jordan for the massacre. We think that this is an unfortunate move in the larger United Nations scene and in its truce-making mechanism. But we are also forced to the conclusion that no other alternative was left for Israel if some vestige of respect for its integrity as a free and independent republic is to be maintained by the world. The Kibva affair of October, 1953. brought upon Israel the censure of the United States, Britain and France, as well as that of a whole host of UN member nations whose leadership followed the Big Three stand. By contrast, our State Department now refuses to call the Arab murderers to account for their attack. It would be premature. Washington feels, for the Department to determine whether action is reauired until the UN truce supervision organization determines the "facts." It seems to us that our government's spokesmen will have to come up with a better one than that. The Mixed Armistice Commission has already determined the "facts." The United States representative abstained from voting on Jordan's obvious guilt, a dispatch from Jerusalem indicates. The Arabs are thus cleared, and it is understandable that Israel can no longer entertain any faith in the commission. Brandois* Sixth Year Friends of Brandeis University here will gather at the Di Lido Hotel on Thursday evening, April 1st. to pay tribute to six years of unprecedented growth of the first non-sectarian institution of higher learning in the Western Hemisphere to be founded by the American Jewish community. On that occasion, Dr. Abram Sachar, president of Brandeis. will address Miami's friends and bring a message from the school of higher learning. At present, Brandeis University numbers 8G7 men and women in its undergraduate body and 40 students in its new Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. As we see it. this represents a tremendous advance since its founding days back in 1948. A distinguished scholar, author and Professor of History, Dr. Sachar will characterise the significance of this advance for American Jewry at large, as well as for Miami's friends who have supported the educational institution these past six years. We take this opportunity of fore-welcomina Dr. Sachar to our community — in advance of others here who will also be eager to greet him. RBVOITS !? iN I Si A CALM IN THE MIDST OF STORMS The Franehise Vote A special election will be held in the City of Miami next Tuesday on a new franchise for the Florida Power and Light Company. The most important thing that we want to emphasize is the need for the individual to vote. This is a right granted by our history and a duty incumbent upon each and every citizen of the United States. We don't think any of us can afford to consider that this is a "special" rather than a "regular" election or that the one is less important than the other. We are livinq at a time when the ability to express our opinion by a free and secret ballot is indeed a prize to be cherished. It would ill-behoove any 'of us to profane it by failing to show up at the polls. May we also suggest that the Florida Power By LEO MINDLIN AN OFFICIAL ISRAELI SOURCE charge, eluding several children and two soldiers were kill.* by a group of Arabs on March 17th. According \aa? was traveling from Elath to Beersheba in the Neee presumed to have struck the bus, a civilian vehicle "awi? of Elath. A burst of machinegun fire killed ihi. AJ ,XX1[ plunged into a ditch. ine <",, The informant indicated that the Arabs then boankn slew the ten remaining persons with a sub-machineeun Countless incidents of a border-clash variety have the Israel-Jordan frontier during the past few years most serious prior to the March 17th massacre was ih back in October, 1953, when some 80 persons were killed significant factors combine to make the two different political and military circumstance. However, they, as the hundreds of other incidents i appalling matter—the destruction of the Jewish State phasized during a press conference in the Nautilus Hqu, Esther Herlitz. First Secretary of the Israel Embasiyta The differences are noteworthy. They cast foreign policy, showing it as a model of muddlement. us aware of the ignorance handcuffing that very vin pable thing, American public opinion, whose righteous, no bounds and whose constantly deepening source of | ever sets such wrath going in the wrong direction. FROM THE MILITARY POINT of view, nobody, Kibya affair was inspired by Jewish will brought to thej and by the need to employ retaliation as a warning I aggression. Also, this was a border incident specificall I constantly expected in view of the physical proximity ments and military installations. By contrast, the attack last week on the Beershelnj hardly have been foreseen. The highway, according to I traverses one of the deepest parts of Israel. Despite : Minister Ben-Gurion's protestations at the time, it wasi opinion to assume that regular army troops had taken i Kibya raid; barring all other matters, geography alone I support to the Jordanian charges. No such factors exist in the March 17th massacre. I was deep enough in Jewish territory to preclude the spontaneous action carried out by renegades. Planned i vering clearly was needed to bring the Arab brigands froaj POLITICAL DIFFERENCES ARE EQUALLY notem led to a denunciation of Israel by the U.S. State DepartmeaJ tary Dulles within twenty-four hours.' Our government. I France, under the Tripartite Declaration, led a I inted Nil of the Jewish State. The press voiced its negative opii aforethought. The UN Mixed Armistice Commission woulil of Israel's pleading arguments—that Kibya ;.the result! Jewish temper and that' an untold amount of Arab-msp and murder had set the scene for it. No such factors obtain now. We have yet to hear fronl Mr. Dulles. We have yet to see the Tripartite Declaratioij means of censuring the Arab States. Whereat'N truce i Vagn Bennike found it necessary to fly to New York htj report to the world peace organization back in October, I were his feelings aroused, the tommission he heads now] hung in the matter of placing the blame for last week's! rael, of course, voted "yes," reflecting its feeling that Jordj The latter voted "no." The American representative I Armistice Commission, United States Naval Cmdr. Elmo I abstained because of "insufficient" evidence. Israel quit the Commission as a result. This is regarded as 11 to the UN truce mechanism. American denunciation then and 'impartiality'' no and Light Company's request for an extension ( t ion and indictment of our government's foreign polio alii of its franchise to serve Miami's residents be voted for in the affirmative. FP&L has been among the pioneering organizations in this area and has had no small hand in its upbuilding. The role of the Florida Power and Light Company in the community's development and its generous suport of numerous communal programs is also being recognized by Mayor Abo Aronovitz and his four colleagues on the City Commission who this week endorsed the FP&L request. We suggest standing behind our community's government and the Florida Power and Light Company. We suggest voting "yes" next Tuesday. o; ^ Mr. Frank is Honored Concrregation Beth Jacob honored its president, Morris B. Frank, at a testimonial dinner on Sunday evening. Mr. Frank formerly served as president for a number of years, in addition to holding the office of secretary. We join in saluting Mr. Frank for his energetic leadership in Congregation Beth Jacob and express the hope that he may look forward to many more years of faithful service devoted to his synagogue, as well as to the Greater Miami Jewish community. Tribuie to a Bond Worker The Israel Bond Organization of Greater Miami honored Mrs. Miriam Press at an impressive function on Wednesday evening as "bond salesman of the year." As we see it, the tribute to Mrs. Press symbolizes the part that the small, day-to-day purchaser of Israel Bonds has played in the national campaign to gather funds for loans to the Jewish State's many mushrooming industries The tribute indicates that each one of us has a stake in assuring Israel's inde^endenc* won so dearly on the battlefield and challenged each day by recalcitrant Arab neighbor. Mrs. Press, and millioni of others like her. can buttress thi, independence by supporting fc. young republic', numerous commercial and industrial ventures. she* failure of public opinion to respond with the \ igor it shot Jews were declared guilty before the world emphasizes th here of misinformation and obvious malevolence. It fu me that the following lesson must be learned: Impartiality policy but a manifestation either of treachery or lack of| denunciation is a diplomatic deception. THE TUESDAY PRESS CONFERENCE was attended*! crowd of newspaper persons consisting of one man. T mendable morning daily failed to make it; its rep "somewhere" on Miami Beach—where, could not quite > The accurate afternoon newspaper, which several nwnUM Israel air force shooting down Swedish civilian P' 3 "*^? 1 ^ home its crew of reporters well before the four o'clock i This sense for current news from the Israel-Jordan compares favorably with the "sob-sister" approach empfoyi 1953. The press just doesn't care: it would ill behoove W < to censure the Arabs in the face of our governments w up with such censure. It would ill-beboove them to which State Department foreign policy prefers ignored MISS HERLITZ WAS IN MIAMI BEACH as principal i Israel Bond dinner honoring Mrs. Miriam Press We During the Arab seige of Jerusalem in 1848. Miss Bl in command of the Chen, the women's battalion ofW of Israel. "Cmdr. Hutchinson had no alternative, me. "Tracks made by the marauders disappeared : the border She said that the Israel government actually"*; people who participated in the massacre given to oflK !" but that the matter must rest in abeyance at tl Security Council is currently debating the Suez lssU *'_.. But the massacre, like the Kibya affair, is noi nw dent. "Unfortunately, we always talk about incidej remarked. By this she meant that it must be re ** !" ^ a more complex pattern—Egypt, to the south. ,r >' mg economic blockade; Syria, to the north, preventing from developing its water resources; and Jordan s a impossible the daily life of the Israeli by provocations. This is worse than the cold war between East and^ said, since the Soviets at least talk about the "1 en*e Above all. two things emerged clearly from, foreign policy has failed to capitalize on the dine Arajj nations, while remaining the target of their r— destruction of the Jewish State. i "* Also emerging was the fact that contiooingf 0 will, above all else, stay the Moslem ttom ^ **££4 is where yon come m. she said. this. Mi* Bonds.





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^IDAY, MAR CH 26, 1954 +J4*lsbfk>rldton PAGE 11 B Ucheon Results o be Studied TW Women's Division of the nmbin-l ^^ AP** 8 W J H sal m j,' ..." workers at an "Evaluaon Breakfast" on Monday. March ih lua.m., at the home of Mrs. Sg Lehrman. 2925 Flamingo furs Morris Alpert, chairman of suw-s-ful "Luncheon Unhmhas extended invitations to rkers for the purpose of study, and analyzing the results of the ss fund raising event held at Miami Beach Auditorium last ek The affair was responsible raising $35,000 towards the %  'omen's Division goal of $165,000. {According to Mrs. Alpert, special Uute will be extended to a group women serving under Mrs. jiur Burrell, chairman of the federation workshops preceding record br#Jsiftg. luncheon afSingled out for special compilation for outstanding work the recent fund raising function DauqhtOr O. Israel the Me.sdames Philip Lefkowitz, I. Abe Durbin, Lefkowitz, satrice Haber, Esther Cohen, uth Greenberg, Benjamin Kohl, jdie Bennett, Charles Oppenheim, (athan Slome, Edna Heller, Harry liller. Charles J. Courshon and fdele Miller. Also attending will be Mrs. Jack Ik. Ablin, co-chairman of the CJA V'cmen's Division. Education News Appears Here First edition of Education News, a monthly published by the Bureau of Jewish Education, made its appearance this week. Education News contains headlines of the activities of the Bureau of Jewish Education, news of the activities of Jewish schools of Greater Miami and a special section devoted to Jewish teachers under the heading of Observations. Observations includes the notes of the executive director of the Bureau from actual classroom situations observed during the executive's scheduled trips to the Jewish schools, giving comments and recommendations. Headlines of the front page of Education News features the extensive intraining program of the Bureau of Jewish Education for Sunday and Hebrew, school teahers. Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Berger edit the bulletin. Judge Kaymond Nathan lusical Parodied i Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah Li its regular meeting on Tuesthe committee. lay at the Coral Gables Jewish penter. The program was a parody the Rodgers and Hammerstcin mi.-ical 'The King and I." In the program were: narrator — Elaine chwartzman: Esther — Ona KapHaman — Mryna Wasserman; iordechai — Sandra Frogle; and ICing Ahasuarus—Mariana Klivanow. Carol Kahn was accompanist. Honor Mrs. Kagan A luncheon honoring Mrs. Chaim Meyer Kagaag president of the organization, will be held by the Daughters of Israel on Tuesday, March 30th, 1 p.m., at the Edwards Hotel. Dedicated to the maintenance of the Greater Miami Ritualarium, the organization has been in existence for the past eight years. A program including cantorial selections has been arranged by is Gables Women to Meet A hot plate luncheon and card i party will be sponsored by the' B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables on March 30th, 12:30 p.m., at the Coral Gables Women's Club, 1001 East Ponce de Leon Blvd. Mrs. Al Gold is chairman, and Mrs. Lester Saal is co-chairman. Nathan Seeks to Retain Seat Judge Raymond G. Nathan seeking to retain his seat on Dade County's small claims court bench. The Judge's father was Mayor of North Miami in 1931, and was listed in "Who's Who in American Jewry." Before Judge Nathan was appointed to the bench, he was active in community and civic affairs through the Jaycees and other local organizations, his supporters indicated this week. He was an officer of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and vice president of the American Jewish Congress. Judge Nathan has been a resident of Miami for 33 years. He is a graduate of Miami Edison, University of Florida undergraduate school and University of Miami Law School. During the last year, Judge Nathan has heard more than 8,000 cases, sometimes handling as many as 50 to 60 a day. "The court has saved the people of this county more thousands of dollars by reducing the cost of bringing a case and by expediting cases so there is no needless waiting and loss of income," Judge Raymond said. "Formerly, some cases waited as long as a year and a half now, the court hears them in a matter of weeks." Judge Nathan pointed out that his court serves the entire county and that people can vote for him no matter where they live in the county or in any municipality. IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I wantato thank you for the editorial. "Mortgage is Burned," which appeared in The Jewish Floridian last week. This ceremony of burning the mortgage was a very important milestone in the history of Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Lest there be any misconception, 1 would like to say thai ihe lay leaders of our synagogue and the men and women of our congregation deserve all the credit for whatever progress has been made thus far. It was mainly due to the indefatiguable work of several men and women who had the farsightedness to see the need for a synagogue and center in this area. Your editorial was a tribute to them which they well deserved. It also proves that your newspaper is prepared to give recognition to those who are making worthwhile contributions towards the enhancement of the Jewish community in our city. Rabbi Louis A. Cassel Our Readers Get This Calendar Freel All Hebrew And English Dates For 24 Years, 1931 To 1955. Yahrzeit And Bar Mitzvah Dates At A Glance! Mayor Herrell to Speak Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, March 30th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Mayor William Cliff Herrell, of Mi ami Springs, will be guest speaker. The new edition of the calendar! All Hebrew and English dates from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish holidays to 1964. ThU publication has arranged with one of our advertiser* to secure for our readers thia latest edition of the famous 24-Yaar Calendar at no coat. Kor a free copy, just write a post-card or letter to: — H. i. HUNZ CO., Dept. 17 Pittsburgh 30, Pa. Mr. M. Mrs. H.rry fit Ids Mr and Mrs. Harry Fields, of 11600 Collins Avenue, and owners and operators of Fieldston Elevator Apartments, 1358 Pennsylvania Avenue, held a Purim Party Saturday | evening for some 100 guests and friends at the Fieldston. Previously, Mr. and Mrs. Fields were hosts at a Chanukah party and a turkey dinner New Year's Eve party in the Fieldston. Geismar Speaks Siegfried Geismar, retired attorney, Miami Beach civic leader and social worker, will be guest speaker on Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p.m., at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, 11th Street and Ocean Court. Geismar will speak on "The Gentle Art of Cross-Examination." Irving Strauss, artist, will preside. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. M'ami'a On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Swing the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealer. ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS VUl-t* 5. w> gt, Mr Ml IftOsVS THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on (Hal) With Vinous f tafurti rVaJ.es' o.d D.rKfee •* 4 A ) I for PASSOVER in food-short Israel fill their Seder plate with the food we take for granted ... tend Gift Scrip for $10. $15. $20. $25 and $50 ... or Parcel Certificates $11.50. $15.50. $20.50. $25.50 Strictly Kosher for Passover (•af s **v -SV^ is H **?* 4*1 your focof Service for Israel Agency: SIMON SE1DEN. 503 S.W. 17th Ave.. Tel. 82-5480 GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 141 NX. 3rd Ave.. 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