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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;1UME 28Number 14
_MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
risis Pinpoints Declining Situation In Middle East
JTA
NEW YORK Events in the Middle East raced toward
howdown this week as tension between Israel and the
lb States mounted to new and dangerous heights. The
bted Nations truce observance machinery collapsed,
op concentrations were reported, and the Big Powers
kplayed a strange reluctance to move to protect the
pidly-crumbling truce holding the armies apart all along
Irael's frontier.
These were the major developments on Israel's political
pd diplomatic fronts:
fcrael walked out of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice
bmmission after its American chairman had refused to
; the deciding vote as between the charge that Jordan
, responsible for the Scorpion Pass massacre and the
rdanian contention that the Israelis themselves had
urdered 11 of their own men, women and children.
The Israel Government said the commission's failure
fix blame for the outrage reflected its impotency and
itified the government's decision to participate in it
i longer.
Israel called on the United States, Britain and France
to take the lead in securing Security Council consideration
of the worsened state of Israel Jordan relations, specifical-
ly in the lig*t of the Scorpion Pass massacre and the
Jordan refusal to meet Israel in a conference to review
the working of the armistice agreement.
Jordan announced its flat refusal to attend a confer-
ence with Israel although its attendance is mandatory un-
der Article XII of the armistice agreement.
United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold,
who met in a special conference with the Western Powers
to consider the Middle East crisis, announced he would
not convene an Arab-Israel peace conference and, in a
complete reversal of his previous public stand, revealed
that, in view of Jordan's refusal to attend a conference
with Israel, he was abandoning his efforts to convene such
a meeting.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, expressing re-
gret and shock over the Scorpion Pass massacre, bade
Israel and Jordan to cooperate with the mixed armistice
comimssion in identifying those responsible for the mas-
sacre, repeated his advice to Jordan to meet with Israel
under Article XII of the armistice and cautioned all par-
ties to talk and act with forbearance.
Mr. Dulles promised to consult with Britain and France
about the situation after Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban
had submitted to him, at an emergency meeting, a "mini-
mal program" for abating tension in the Middle East and
a note requesting that no American arms be supplied to
Iraq.
Mr. Dulles also received an ambassadorial delegation
representing the seven Arab states which told him that
Israel was plotting an attack which the Arab States would
unitedly resist. They asked a halt in U.S. aid to the Jew-
ish State.
In the Security Council, the Big Three announced sup-
port of a New Zealand draft resolution reaffirming the
Council's previous condemnation of Egypt's Suez Canal
blockade of Israel-bound shipping and calling on Egypt
to obey that resolution.
,000 CJA Volunteers Mass For M-Day Effort
htreaten War on Jewish State
[Arab Ambassadors
Visit U.S. Officials
IWASHIN'GTON (JTA)A diplo-
ptic delegation representing tie
Ntn Arab League nations served
Itice on Secretary of State John
per Dulles this week that the
pb League was prepared "auto-
jatically and instantly" to wage
hr against Israel .should Israel
ke any "expansionist or aggres-
ft action."
ITne Ambassador of Iraq, Jordan,
ttenon. Syria and Saudi Arabia,
pmpanied by the Egyptian and
fanenite Charges d'Affaires, spent
reran hour with Secretary Dulles,
lsl;tant Secretary Henry A. By-
fct'e and other leading State De-
Ttment officials.
l\Vhen the Arab delegation
Merged from Mr. Dulles's office,
pnese Ambassador Charles Ma-
} identified himself as the
Jokesman designated by the
PP He said Mr. Dulles was in-
"Tied that "if the mounting ten-
fa in the Near East, which is
Itwd by Israel, should lead Israel
I any expansionist or aggressive
fuon concerning any of their
ptnes, the other countries, be-
V bound together by the Arab
Puve security pact, would re-
fcm an ac,ion as being upon
| all and would automatically
V> instantly come to the support
j the attacked country with all
f Wans at their disposal."
'"?rtst In Thtir Vi.w*
lAmbassador Malik said "the rea-
b-,inn ,UL?ht this maMer ^ the
p-Uon of the United States Gov-
K 'VPar,ly ,he interest they
k r-h h t>d S,a,es has under
TtL mer .f the United Nations
eXT ance <* Peace and
Kt.ha,heuNear **> prtiy
Ei,d',W',houtUn*ted States
K h mm !Srael' Isr"> WO""
Jcommualer,al and moral means
Kd CJ ,ahCt f ""d--"
lues m, ..the reaetlon of Mr.
lit exQ Ma,l,k' sai "he eer-
^aredP,:s^'ierest.''He.I(9
fienSLi" ,her Wflys that th>
| view
provoke engagements with one or
nether of the Arab states." He
aid Israel's "warlike intensions"
ware established by "declarations
by Israel authorities there and in
this country, the concentration of
toops and by the apprehension felt
in Arab public opinion that this
series of acts have as their end the
drawing of the Arabs into an open
engagement." The Ambassador al-
leged that Israel troops were con-
centrated on Israel borders facing
Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
Grave View
The delegation refused to tell re-
porters whether the State Depart-
ment expedited arms shipments
to the Arab states in line with the
Department's announced policy of
supplying. such aid. Dr. Malik re-
ferred this question to the Depart
mental authorities. Mr. Byroade
was asked about it but declined to
comment. It was learned that the
delegation asked Mr. Dulles to
bring about a termination of Amer-
Continued on Page 12 A
Signing up volunteers for the Combined Jewish Appeal one-
day drive on "M-Day" Sunday, April 4th, are (left to right)
campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner, Samuel Friedland and
Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Some 1,000 door-to-door canvassers will seek funds for
the support of 54 vital national and local health and welfare
agencies and the strengthening of -Israel. Chairman of
"M-Day," Weinkle urged Greater Miami residents to "stay at
home" on Sunday and welcome CJA volunteers.
Hammarskjold Denies Parley
With Jordan and Israel is Off
--------*-*- M OJ 111-
est in the Arab point
B fcpaim Said ,he Arh told
'that I*? ?bya s*ems to in-
^' Lrl ems to want to
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Unit-
ed Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold this week denied
that the projected Israel- Jordan
direct talks in Jerusalem on arm-
istice problems are cancelled.
Mr. Hammarskjold Issued a state-
ment emphasizing that he consid-
ers that Article-XII of the Israel-
Jordan armistice agreement ac-
cording to which a party to the
agreement may call upon him to
convoke a conferenceis manda-
tory upon him. The statement ex-
plained that Mr. Haromarskjolds
decision not to pursue the matter
for the present "has only the im-
mediate significance that he has
found present circumstances would
not warrant his fixing a date for
the conference to which he has al-
ready invited Israel and Jordan."
This decision, the statement
stressed, does not bar a follow-up
on the part of the UN Secretary
General of previous contacts, if he
should consider that a change of
the situation would warrant such a
step.
Earlier, Hammarskjold revealed
that he had abandoned his efforts
to bring Jordan and Israel face-to-
face at a conference under his
chairmanship in Jerusalem to re-
view the Jordan-Israel armistice.
In communications to the Israeli
and to the Jordan Government at
Amman, Mr. Hammarskjold drew
attention to the flat refusal of the
Jordan Government to attend the
conference and declared that "I
consider that for the present, my
pursuance of this matter any fur-
ther is not warranted."
The Security General acted after
receipt of a cable from Dr. Hussein
el Khalidy, Jordanian Foreign Min-
ister, refusing to attend the un-con-
vened Israel-Jordan parley to dis-
cuss inadequacies and changes in
the Israel-Jordan armistice agree-
ment, requested by Israel under the
terms of the pact. The cable read:
"Our view is that the Mixed
Armistice Commission is adequate
machinery for any necessary talks.
It has existed for the last five years
and has established headquarters
and clerical organization. There is
no need to create new machinery
under the Secretary General."
The meeting was mandatory up-
on both parties under Israel's in-
vocation of Article XII of the arm-
istice last November and Jordan's
refusal to attend is a major breach
of the armistice agreement. In all
his previous public statements on
Continued on Pag* 12 A
Residents
Asked to
Stay Home
The final week of whirlwind ac-
tivity preceding the Combined
Jewish Appeal one-day drive on
"M-Day" Sunday, April 4th, finds
1,000 volunteers poised for the
final effort to reach a historical
campaign quota.
From all part of Dade County,
volunteers' names have been add-
ed to the growing lists comprising
the huge army of workers who will
accept assignment for several
hours of door-to-door solicitation.
During the past week, members
of the Board of Governors, trus-
tees, campaign cabinet and officers
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Persons interested in serving
several hours on "M-Day" are
asked to telephone the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation at
58-4331 and ask for "M-Day"
chairmen. Volunteers may also
report to the breakfast meetings
scheduled at 9 a.m. sharp at the
following "M-Day" headquarters:
Beth David Congregation, 2625
SW 3rd Ave., Miami; Town
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, 450 SW 16th
Ave., Miami; Jewish Home for
the Aged, 150 NE 53rd St., Mi-
ami; Temple Emanu-El (Miami
Beach Jewish Center), 1701
Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach; North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, 620 75th Street, Miami
Beach; and Temple Beth Sholom.
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami
Beach.
eration have been pitching in at
Federation headquarters manning
telephones and carrying on a per-
sonal campaign to reach additional
volunteers for "M-Day," according
to an announcement by Carl Wein-
kle, Federation president.
Chairmen of the major CJA di-
visions have been on hand to se-
cure additional manpower from
their division ranks for the con-
centrated job during "Dedication
Week," March 29th to April 4th.
These include Jack Muravchick,
chairman of Hotel Division; Sam
J. Heiman, chairman of the Busi-
ness and Professional Division;
Daniel M. Broad, chairman of
Continued on Pt 13 A


PAGE 1A
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Soviet Veto Hits Suez Canal Resolution ,
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Western Powers aligned them-
selves behind the New Zealand
draft resolution calling on Egypt
to end her blockade of Israel-bound
shipping at the Suez Canal, when
consideration of Israel's complaint
was resumed in the Security Coun-
cil this week.
But the Soviet Government Tues-
day used its veto rights in the
United Nations to veto a resolu-
tion in the UN Security Council
calling upon Egypt to abandon its
anti-Israel blockade.
The Soviet veto cast by Andrei
Vishinsky killed the resolution re-
gardless of the number of votes
cast in favor. In addition to Mr.
Vishinsky. a vote against the reso-
lution was cast by Dr. Charles Mal-
ik of Lebanon. Those who voted
in favor of the resolution included:
New Zealand. United States. Brit-
ain, France, Denmark, Brazil, Co-
lombia and Turkey. The represen-
tative of Nationalist China abstain
cd.
Explaining his opposition to the
resolution, Mr. Vishinsky said that
his government advocates an ap-
peal to Israel and Egypt to settle
the matter "by direct negotia-
tions." He criticized the countries
which announced their
1 the resolution and said
is the view of the Soviet Govern-
ment that the resolution will not
help in the Israel-Arab situation
i-ince no decision can be "impos-
ed" upon any nation against her
will.
Egypt and The I,obanon voiced
trong opposition to the resolution
hich calls on Egypt to comply
ith the Security Council resolu-
tion of Sept. 1. 1951 enjoining her
to cease interference with Israel-
bound shipping through the canal.
The resolution notes "with grave
incern" Egypt's failure to comply
With the 1951 resolution and calls
.ipon Egypt "in accordance with its
bligations under the Charter, to
comply therewith." With reference
i the Israeli complaint of Interfer-
ence by Egypt with shipping in the
Gulf of Akaba bound for the Israel
porl of Eilath. the resolution de-
clares the complaint should be re-
mind in the first instance, to the
Israel-Egypt Mixed Armistice Com-
mission.
In moving the resolution, Leslie
Knox Munro. New Zealand repre-
sentative, charged that Egypt's de-
gree of non-compliance with the
Security Council order was "not
nominal but substantial" and in-
sisted that this issue of non-compli-
ance was the central issue. He said
that Egypt's claim of a state of
belligerancy had been specifically
denied by the Security Council in
1951. He also charged that Egypt,
"with every appearance of deliber-
ation," had ignored the Security
Council's injunctions, and declared
that no border grievances could
justify "a continuing breach" of
the Council's resolution reaffirm-
ing freedom of passage through
the Suez Canal.
The Egyptian delegate, Dr. Mo-
hammed Azmi, repeated Egypt's
claim that her blockade was justi-
fied by an existing state of bellig-
erency. Dr. Charles Malik of The
Lebanon, was interrupted by the
chairman, Selim Sarper, of Turkey.
in the midst of a long discourse
when he made the "announcement"
that as a result of Israel's action in
walking out of the Mixed Armistice
Commission in Jerusalem, the
Arabs feared that' "Israel might
strike somewhere in the Arab
world."
In announcing American support
of the New Zealand resolution,
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., head of the
American delegation, said that the
parties concerned in the dispute
had the duty to respect and to try
to give effect to the combined
judgment of the United Nations,
whether represented in the Gen-
eral Assembly, the Security Coun-
cil or other competent organs.
Their desire to do so, he asserted,
had not always been apparent. If
the parties, disregarding the collec-
tive effort of the United Nations,
"bring the house down upon them-
selves," he warned, "it is they who
will suffer most."
Sir Pierson Dixon, head of the
British delegation, favored addi-
tion of a paragraph to the resolu-
tion fixing a time limit for Egyp-
tian compliance by calling for re-
newed consideration by the Coun-
cil within 90 days or so. He said,
however, he would not press for
this if it was not considered neces-
sary.
s!LT'r! Swerdlin to Chair Outstanding Awards
tnat it; _. ___ c.i _.i. di__i. it i
Sanford M. Swerdlin. Miami at-
torney, will be chairman of the
eighth annual presentation of
awards honoring the outstanding
man and woman of the year 1953
at the Bayfront Park Bandshell on
April 21st, 7:45 p.m.
The event was initially sponsored
by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, and
now includes cooperating organiz-
Uons of a civic and social nature
throughout Dade County.
Hade Federal Savings & Loan
Association of Miami, Joseph Lip-
ton, president, assists Sholem
Lodge and cooperating organization
in the project, Swerdlin explained.
Others on the committee are
Marx Faber. Joseph Rayvis, Marvin
Rauzin. Judge William Pallott, Irv-
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and the Reserve Officers Associa-
tion are represented by Frosch and
Liner. Other committee members
are from Sholem Lodge.
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)Ay, APRIL 2, 1954
Jmlsti fkridUam
Communal Leaders Expected to be
,Sent at Fruchtman Testimonial
PAGE 3 A
lhan 250 communal lead-
m pav tribute to Charles H.
Jtman'at the Grossinger-Pan-
f Hotel on Wednesday night
Kionial dinner to Frucht-
K jrc president of Temple
taw-El sponsored by the Jew-
heolofiical Seminary of Amer-
|Will honor the former Toledo
,s,riali.-t and philanthropist for
,s of service to the Greater Mi-
[and American Jewish commu-
Arzt, vice chancellor of
will be principal
Max
Seminary.
*er at the-function, expected
[itract the top leadership of
Ih Florida. Dr. Arzt, a former
Went of the Rabbinical Assem-
Df America, will arrive here to
Jer with local and national lead-
u the Conservative movement.
meatman has been active in
iter Miami organizations and
_gns since moving here from
several years ago. This year
erved as co-chairman of the
s. Lipson Will
Certificate
X$. Rebecca Lipson, of 322
st., Miami Beach, a member
faculty of Beth Sholom Re-
os School, will be presented
iwith the Hebrew
diversity Certi-
icate of Profici-
ney in Hebrew
ulture at JJie
leth Sholom Fri-
ay evening serv-
**
At the same
ime. a similar
ertificate will
>e presented
posthumously to
""UpiM her late husband,
Lipson. who also qualified
je certificate before he pass-
^way last June,
is very appropriate to pre-
this certificate on this par-
ir Sabbath." stated Rabbi
Kronish. spiritual leader, in
nnouncement. "since this Sab-
begins the observance of Na-
Hebrew Week throughout
|country. The examinations for
certificate are given by (he
Irew University all over the
fi to encourage the study of
rew culture," he said.
thusfar 461 people all over the
Id have received these certifi-
p. Locally, the award is ad-
listered by the Bureau of Jew-
lEducation which publicizes and
purages people to take the ex-
nations and organizes classes to
' students prepare for them."
[Attend Seminary
erence in New York
E\V vork called to New
* City by The Jewish Theolog-
Beminary of America to con-
W1'h lay lenders from every
of the United States and
da at the eighth annual meet-
ol the National Planning Com-
we of the Seminary, in cooper-
with the 1 nited Synagogue
MH-rica and the Rabbinical As-
ry oi America, are Samuel
^and, Charles I ruchtman and
,phI;"" ol Miami Beach.
be dele,
National I
nationa'
are
members of
inning Committee,
roup which inter-
toe work of the Seminary
ls affiliated institutions to the
communities and spearheads
^"al efforts to maintain
three
major institutions of
wrvative Movement.
Hebrew Academy dinner and last
year headed the Academy cam
paign. In 1953, he was chairman of
the vital Winter Residents Division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
For years, Fruchtman has been
a national leader of the United
Jewish Appeal and has been active
in the Israel Bond drive since its
inception in 1951. Fruchtman Hall
at Brandeis University is named for
him, and he has been active in sup-
port of the Albert Einstein College
of Medicine.
Samuel Friedland, David Levin-
son and Joseph M. Rose are co-
chairmen of the dinner. Friedland
is president, Levinson a director
and Rose, honorary life president,
of Temple Emanu-El.
Friedland reported that reserva-
tions still are available for the af-
fair. "I know our community wants
to show its appreciation to Charles
Fruchtman for his outstanding
work and achievements," Fried-
land said.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu-El, a member of the Rah
binic cabinet of the Seminary, said
here this week that "The recogni-
tion for Mr. Fruchtman is one in
which all of our members are anx-
ious to join, as well as the leaders
of the many other activities in the
community which he has so whole-
heartedly supporters."
Cantor Philip Brummr, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, will offer several
musical selections. Levinson and I
Rose reported that 'interest in this |
dinner has mounted steadily since
its announcement. Not only is the
tribute to our good friend well-de-
served, but support of the Jewish
Theological Seminary is certainly
necessary. The Seminary's part in
the recent "Living Book" series is
a good example of the vital need
for this important national institu-
tion.
Members of Fruchtman's family
from Toledo, and numerous Ohio
friends are planning to attend the
dinner, which will begin at 7 p.m.
Mrs. Meyers Fledges to
Explain Circuit Court Function
kk educational campaign to ex-
plain the jurisdiction of circuit
courts to the man in the street was
proposed this week by Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, candidate for Circuit
Court Judge in Group 5.
Mrs. Meyers said she had noted
during her campaign that many
people ''are not thoroughly ac-
quainted with the jurisdiction of
the circuit courts."
She said that, if elected, she
would accept speaking engage-
ments and publish an amount of
literature at her own expense to
"show how this important court
functions, and the sort of cases
which it handles.
"During my campaign talks, I
have pointed out that the circuit
courts handle cases involving di-
vorces, annulments, foreclosures of
mortgages, and the courts has the
power to make orders in connection
With the custody of children," she
said.
Mrs. Meyers noted that the cir-
cuit court also has jurisdiction of
all civil actions in which the
amount in controversy involves
$5,000 or more, and has appellate
jurisdiction in cases appealed to it
from many lower courts.
Israelite Center to Meet
The Israelite Center will hold a
regular meeting Tuesday evening,
April 6th, at 8 p.m. Thursday, April
8th, will mark the concluding ses-
sion of the adult classes.
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Miamians to Attend Biennial Convention
Of JWB; 500 Delegates Expected in Ohio
Charles ffuchtmun
Schwartz to Conclude
Seminar on Literature
Israel Jacob Schwartz, Yiddish
poet and author, will lecture on
"Creative Jewish Literature in
America" on Wednesday, April 7th,
at Temple Emanu-El.
This lecture will conclude the
series in the annual Hebrew Teach-
ers' Seminar sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
Hebrew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami.
Schwartz was born in Kovno,
Lithuania. He came to America in
1906 and has written much of his
poetry for publication in Yiddish
periodicals. As a result of ten years
spent in Lexington, Kentucky, he
wrote his book of idylls and poems,
"Kentucky," which he is now trans-
lating into Hebrew.
His translations in Yiddish in-
clude "Julius Ceasar" and "Ham-
let" by Shakespeare, the poetry of
Spain, an anthology of Hebrew
poetry and the poetry and prose of
Chaim Nachman Bialik.
Schwartz's lecture will be in
Yiddish and is open to the general
public. David Freedman will act as
chairman.
Leon Kaplan, Sam Seitlin and exe-
cutive director Efraim H. Gale will
represent the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center at the bien-
nial convention of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, which will
take place April 8-11 in Cleveland,
Ohio.
A total of 500 delegates are ex-
pected from all parts of the coun-
"Carnlval Time" Dance
A "Carnival Time" dance will be
sponsored by the Adult Social
Group of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Town
Branch, on Saturday, April 3rd, at
8:30 p.m. The event is open to all
single adults over 28 and will fea-
ture the music of Lou Gentile's Or-
chestra.
an
Leo Fuchs Stars
"I Want To Be A Mother,"
American-Yiddish film, will be the
second presentation by the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Town Branch, in its Yiddish
film series on Tuesday, April 6th,
at 8 p.m. The film presents many
Yiddish comics, including Hannah
Hollander, and stars Leo Fuchs.
try to join in intensive discussion
on vital problems effecting Jewish
Community Centers and YMHA's
throughout the United States.
Guest speakers include General
Matthew B. Ridgway; Philip M.
Klutznick, B'nai B'rith national
president; Professor Oscar Handlin.
of Harvard University; Dr. Salo
Baron, president of the Amerian
Jewish Historical Society; and Ken-
neth L. Wilson, president of the
US Olympic Association. The dele-
gates will be entertained by Sam
Levenson.
Subjects for discussion at this
Conference will include "Veter-
ans Rehabilitation, A Job for the
Professional, A Job for the Volun-
teer," "Cultural Programming on a
Community-Wide Basis," "JWB
Armed Services Program in Ac-
tion," and "Women's Groups and
Activities in the Jewish Commu-
nity Center."
A colorful centennial observ-
ance will be conducted at the con-
vention banquet.
Lodge Meets Tuesday
Regular meeting of the Mount
Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 will
be held on Tuesday, April 8th, 8
p.m., at 215 NW 4th st.
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During The Week .. .a* s
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By LEO MINDLIN
A letter
University
Tin- First Hay of .\iMNan
The Talmud informs us that there are four
New Years in the Jewish calendar. One of
these falls on the first day of the Hebrew month
Nissan- the initial month of the exodus from
Egypt and enforced slavery.
Sunday, April 4th, marks the first of Nissan.
We think it an ideal time to begin consideration
of the coming Passover and to enter, generally,
into the spirit of the holiday's significance.
It is also noteworthy that Sunday has been
designated by Miami's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal as M-Day, the day during which volun-
teer workers will knock on our doors and urge
us to participate in this year's CJA drive. May
we respectfully suggest that you stay at homo
on Sunday until a volunteer contacts you and
that you welcome him and answer his call
The first of Nissan and M-Day singularly sup-
port one another. Participating in the 1954
Combined Jewish Appeal, you will be aiding
your fellow Jews currently pioneerinq in Israel,
as well as thousands of others who seek to
migrate there from the ghettos of the Near East
and the wretched memories of a Europa that
can no longer mean home. Thus, you will be
heightening the meaning of the coming Pass-
over for them, making possible a modern ex-
odus from exile.
You will also be contributing to the main-
tenance and progress of a number of local
organizations, participants in the CJA, whose
programs bring to the Miami area benefits
in the fields of medicine, education and leisure-
time activity. M-Day is a noteworthy day,
whose ancient reliqious and historic signifi-
cance can bring active meaning to our modern
world.
IS us si.i Says \ Again
It seems to us that the only intelligent action
currently being taken at the United Nations
with regard to the Near Eastern scene is a
West-sponsored resolution to force Egypt to
live up to its side of the bargain so far as the
Suez Canal is concerned.
Egyptian responsibility to maintain the canal
for international use as a commercial water-
way, and to refrain from strategically employ-
ing it through blockade against warring parties,
stems from an agreement made in the early
1870's and has nothing whatever to do with
United Nations protocol.
While Israel is being dealt the greatest blow
economically by Egyptian blockade of its ship-
ping through the Suez Canal, our State Depart-
ment and Britain's Foreign Office have also
been forced to express annoyance with the in-
conveniences their respective governments
have had to experience as a result.
It therefore appaared a relatively simple mat-
ter when the resolution was introduced at the
UN. The reason the action proved intelligent
for us is that the United States and Great Britain
have a stake in its outcome; cynically, we axe
forced to the conclusion that under other cir-
cumstances, the Suez Canal resolution would
surfer a fare similar to mast other matters in
which Israel and one or more Arab countries
are a party.
Andrei Vishinsky's veto of the resolution ear-
ly this week should have brought no surprise
to sponsors of the resolution. Dr. Charles Mal-
ik, of Lebanon, voted along with Russia's Mr.
Vishinsky in putting down the resolution. And
only last week. Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles decided to begin the free arming of Iraq
and other Moslem countries which he views
as a staunch bulwark against Communism.
What the veto should accomplish is to bring
to the attention of our leadership the oppor-
tunistic role the Arab League plays in the tug
of war between East and West.

ONLY WAY TO PUT OUT A FLAME
Mr. Fruchtnian is Honored
The Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica will honor Charles Fruchtman at a dinner
Wednesday evening. A vice president of
Temple Emanu-El, Mr. Fruchtman has made
himself well known to Miami Jewry since his
becoming a winter resident here.
He is from Toledo, Ohio, where his philan-
thropic endeavgrs remain manifold, but Mr.
Fruchtman's contribution to our community is
equally imposing and includes his office here
as treasurer of the Greater Miami.Jewish Fed-
eration. Last year he was chairmati of Miami's
Combined Jewish Appeol Winter Residents Di-
vision.
We know him most for these reasons, but
we also know him for his endeavor in behalf
of religious and educational philanthropy. We
are apprised of the fact that Fruchtman Hall at
Brandeis University is named after the man
to be honored Wednesday evening and that
his support of the Jewish Theological Seminary
has caused its chancellor, Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
to remark: "Mr. Fruchtman is a true exponent
of Torah and its place in American life."
May we join with the Seminary in congratu-
lating Mr. Fruchtman on the recognition he is
to receive Wednesday evening.
Oim* off the First
Miami has become one of the first cities in
our nation to come to the aid of Israel by ex-
tending to the United Jewish Appeal a loan that
will enable the Jewish State to fulfill its current
obligations and maintain its sterling credit rec-
ord throughout the world.
Federation officials tins week announced to
the community that a loan of $750,000 is being
extended the UJA through the cooperation of
five local banks.
We believe this is a significant "first." In
light of the strained situation now dominating
the Near Eastern scene, it seems to us absolute-
ly essential that Israel be afforded every op-
portunity of emphasizing its desire to maintain
faith with the West economically as well as
politically.
Miami's move to extend the loan to the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal, and thus to Israel, comes
hard on the heels of similar moves made by
two or three other major communities throuqh-
out our nation, and we hope its example will
be taken in the near future by other cities
;r by Dr. J. Riis Owrc, Dean of the Graduate Sen. 1
, of Miami, informs me that the courses given bv th ^
of Jewish Education in Hebrew language and civilizationi do Bure,llj
stitute approved graduate work toward advanced degrees as 1 7' "H
a recent column. sta,"l ii f
THERE IS ONE THING ALL of us ought to get straight
is as good a time as any. I have heard too much talk about 'th V*]
bined Jewish Appeal here and UJA drives in general Jolt I
furtive tones, between clenched lips, out of "knnwin" ^ *!
"among friends." Every bit of it is damaging, serves a.s ^ v/i" **I
for those who fail to participate and perpetuates a v.!i ,;|. ,, ..V?!
conceptions. Mainly, the complaint is that CJA driv mtidIv ,3
tell the truth They presumably hide behind the stated purpose (
ing Israel, while using funds for local needs almost cxclusiveb n
the complaint yoes. the public is duped into believing that its jifii
i.,r go tor various programs carried on in the Jewish State but i
in reality, they support numerous Miami agencies. Including KederJ
their executive directors and unnecessarily large staffs.
It in not my intention here to defend the Combined Jewish \n
it needs noneand least of all from me. But halftruth> and dista
always disturb me, and they disturb me especially when so muchki
stake. I want, therefore;, to cite several figures as a means of she*
some light on this issue. In 1953, the CJA netted SI.227,000 as a
of its drive here. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation operated!
a budget of SI.250,000. leaving a deficit of $23,000 to be t^ken can)
by funds collected during, the current 1954 campaign.
Of this figure, the largest local allotment went to Mount
Hospital, which received $125,000. Other participating aeencies,'!
in acordance with the size of their allocations, were the Greater]
Jewish Community Center, $107,000; Jewish Home for the
$54,000: Bureau of Jewish Education. $44,000; and the National C.
of Jewish Women. S5.000. Monies sent to the two top budgeted ni
organizations from Federation in 1953 included $20,000 to the.
Defense Appeal and $9,500 for the National Jewish Welfare Boari^
By contrast, funds spent by Federation for year round mainteu
included some S36.000, with $81,815 needed to defray campaign i
penses. These last figures represent approximately six per cenM
total budget for the 1953 CJA drive and hardly warrant the luuj
gent charges that Combined Appeal funds mainly support local
paign executives. Again, by contrast, the largest single allocation t_
in 1953 was $555,480 for the UJA. This is well over four timnfl
amount budgeted for the largest sum given a Miami participating 2_
and easily makes foolish the notion that the CJA drive professeV|
serve Israel while seping the needs of the area, instead.
NOW IS NO TIME TO SPEND ones hours toying with sucb j
torted ideas. The 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal in Miami is incla
for $600,000 to Israel based on its goal of $1,491,806. I charge each |
son individually with sabotage, and perhaps with murder, who indui
his fancy otherwise. It is significant that failure to participate in I
year's campaign will place in jeopardy the $600,000 slated for
What does this mean? Those of us who are devoted readers of I
daily press may not know these facts: The overthrow of the
Shishekly regime in Syria brought to the office of Defense
Marouf Dawalibi. A man of pronouncerLdislikes among them,,
Britons and AmericansDawalibi worked in Berlin for a time "
pro-Nazi Mufti of Jerusalem duffiaf World War n. As Defense '. p
of an Arab state soon to receiveiUiB; military assistance without en
he professes not to tear Russia.mTlie Arabs would prefer a thou
fold to become a Soviet republic than a prey to world Jewry,"
said on his assumption of power.
In Beirut, where he lived in exile until the recent Syrian
tion, the Defense Minister told an overseas correspondent: The i
wants us to forget about the enemy on our borderIsraeland'
about people thousands of miles awayRussia. The West thinks'
ought to follow them, just when they've helped the Jews to take i
the Arab's country "
IN CASE YOU THINK IT CLEVER to avoid your responsibiliU
the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, ponder a bit about taj
John Foster Dulles and the American State Department have cl
Iraq as the first Arab League member to receive our govern!
free munitions. Iraq did more than any other Moslem state d
World War II to aid the Nazis and has avoided becoming a signatory J
armistice agreements with Israel. While eleven men, women andi
dren were murdered last March 17th. on the Beersheba road,
spokesmen met with State and Defense Department officials to i
out their role as a "buffer" against Communism.
This hardly sheds intelligence upon Marouf Dawalibi's ren
nor does it place our leadership into a particularly bright position
can only deduce that Iraq in the role of Soviet enemy is an intellet
muddlement and a probable impossibility. The cold truth is that I
U. S actively or otherwise, now provides Arab League nations I
the weapons to launch a new attack upon the Jewish State Iraq Pj
Minister Fadhil al Jamali is on record as having remarked: *W*j
only temporarily lost the first round of the Palestine war. Who
calls for peace with Israel will be guilty of high treason and should"
hanged."
YOU ARE-ON THE SIDE of al Jamali if your support of thisyi
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign is half-hearted. You stand ]
ranks with Syrian Defense Minister Marouf Dawalibi if you partifl?
in or succumb to the "good fellow" who knows all about the CJA I
who, in reality, knows nothing.
You virtually become an enemy of Israel if you do not con
the welfare of the drive a personal responsibility. You press the i
more deeply into the hearts of Jewish State leaders who sat fr**
week and listened to our government's UN representative Henry."
Lodge, in the face of a report on the Beersheba incident, remarltirt2
disregarding the.eoetive efforts of the United Nations.-the P"
(Israel, too) bring the house down upon themselves, it is tacy too) who will suffer most." ^
You mock Israel's quitting the Mixed Armistice Commission 1
a calculating Elmo Hutehiuson saw no evil and spoke no evn na
stand behind other machineguns trained on other Israeli roads ^
near future. You ally yourself with ignorance, at best, and
politics, at worsta not too palatable portrait of American dip
in the Near Eastand sabotage a Great Return and a Zionist
fulfilled.
IM The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has other com"'""**
1954, to be sure. I have no intention of discussing local ,(
they speak for themselves, and the agencies that receive them p*.
even more eloquently. But I do emphasize again and again: .
sponse to the appeal this year will tell the story so far as Is" *
ought to follow them, just when the'va helped the Jews to taw
from Miami is concerned and if you are friend or foe.


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>M*istrk>rldinri
Slier Named Chairman of Committee
for Bonds; Succeeds Mrs. Louis Glasser
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) Sher. prominent Miami
Iwiness "in' communal leader, has
UfDtdl 'I'*- chairmanship for 1954
,ho Greater Miami Committee
Stale "I Israel Bonds, it was
Enounced this week by Mrs. Louis
|Her chairman.
Sherw:ll direct the campaign for
Israel" second Bond Issue-the
tveiopmenl Issue.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that a report meeting on
o recent Washington conference
M detail- of the new issue will be
[eld at Temple Emanu-El on Mon-
itor April 5th. 8 p.m.
jj-e Miami Committee for State
Israel Bonds promotes the sale
If the !- ti-t Development Bond Is-
ue, which is expected to provide
j total of S75.0OO.0OO in 1954 for
be development and expansion of
Israel's agriculture, industry and
ommerce Israel Development
ond campaigns are being conduct-
in the United States, Canada,
Latin America and Western
Urcpe.
Layiiu -tress on the success of
he first Israel Independence Bond
fesue as evidenced "by more than
0.000 Americans who have pur-
a-cd these Bonds," Sher assert-
that Americans of all faiths
vc expressed their confidence in
irnYi ability to maintain a sta-
and democratic nation which
lusic and Art League
[Slates Program Monday
JLami Beach Music and Arts
ague will present a program at
heBiltmore Terrace Hotel on Mon-
ay evening. April 5th, 9:30 p.m.
Participating will be Lanelle Tri-
lette. harpsichordist; Arnold
limms. basso baritone of the San
carlo Opera, with Harlene Ray
porrow at the piano; Penalope Es-
abrooke. pianist; Thomas Armour
,ii/1. vocal duets by Ruth Brot-
nar soprano, and Arnold Simms,
Cbo; and the Baltic Trio in na-
tional costume in a series of folk
bnrs of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithu-
with Anita Karns, Amelia
Person. Meet a Sep and Tekla
Peterson, accompanist.
flicmi Sisterhood Luncheon
Sisterhood uf the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
Its monthly luncheon on Wednes-
Uy. April 7th, in the social hall of
synagogue. Mrs. Irwin Sirkin,
khai.-man. will be assisted by the
Hcsdames Peter Duchon, Max Hei-
A. Barken. Samuel Rosenblum
ad A. Pritikin. Proceeds are for
Talmud Torah.
will continue to strengthen the ir
terests of the free world in the
Middle East."
Stating that he considered it a
"unique privilege" to he invited to
head the local Israel Bond fn
mittee, Sher paid tribute to Mrs
n*Mer. who has "been responsi-
ble Tor the steady growth of inter-
est on the part of our community
m brael'l historic struggle to stand
on its own feet u a self-sustaining
democracy." He pledged that he
would bend every effort to carry
on the important task of obtaining
local investment in Israel Develop"
ment Bonds."
ShT, who attended the Washing-
ton conference last weekend with
Mrs. Glasser and Seymour Lieb-
man. added: "It is critically impor-
tant for the people of Israel to be
backed up by our investment dol-
lars, if they are to continue their
program for economic growth. By
creating new agricultural, indus-
trial and commercial projects, thev
have proved that economic strength
is the most effective answer to
threats, blockades and boycotts."
Mr. Sher has been a resident of
Miami since 1925. He was one of
the organizers of the West Flagler
Kennel Club in 1930, and president
of the company since that time.
He has served as a member of
the Board of Directors of Dade
County Community Chest and is
at present a member of the Citi-
zen's Board of the University of Mi-
ami and a member of the Board of
Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Sher served for two years as
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and is now a
member of the Executive Commit-
tee of the Federation. He is a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
Beth David Synagogue.
He is a past general chairman of
the capital funds campaign for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Beth David Synagogue and Jewish
Home for the Aged, as well as as-
sisting the capital fund campaigns
lor the University of Miami and
other organizations.
Mr. Sher is a member of Masonic
Lodge. Scottish Rite Masons and
-Shrine Temple. He is a founder
i Vnember of the Westview Country
Club and a member of the Board
of Directors.
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Congregation Beth El announces
its annual community seder on Sat-
urday evening. April 17th, at 7:30
p.m. in the Dora August Auditor-
ium. Philip* Berkowitz is president
of the congregation and chairman
of the Seder Committee.
To Elect Officers '
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
will hold a congregational meeting
on Monday evening, April 6th, ac-
cording to Rabbi Louis Cassel,
spiritual leader. Election of offi-
cers will take place.
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"L" fv WIAIHMAN: Mrs. Louis Glasser (right) expresses
good wishes to Jacob Sher, well-known Miami business and
communal leader, who has accepted the chairmanship of the
Greater Miami Committee of State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Glas-
ser continues as a member of the Board of Governors.
Arab Allegations of Troop
Concentrations are Denied
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Israeli
military spokesman has denied em-
phatically the allegation by A \ >
delegates at the United Nations
that Israel was concentrating
troops along the borders of Syria,
Jordan and*Lebanon. "The charges
are pure Oriental fantasy," the
spokesman said. The charge was
discounted by Israeli spokesmen at
the United Nations immediately af-
ter the Arab delegates voiced it
when they appeared as a group be-
fore UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold.
Goldman Elected
Sol Goldman, long-time director
of the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
has been elected financial secretary
of Temple Emanu-El, Samuel N.
Friedland, president, announced
Wednesday.
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Verdi Requiem
Slated by Orchestra
One of the great requiem masses
of all time will be presented by
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra, with John Bitter con-
ducting, as its eighth offering of
the concert season, April 18-19.
For the performance of Verdi's
Missa Da Requiem, the University
has secured four soloists, each
famous as a concert artist, who
sung the mass together with major
symphonies of the country.
Supporting them will be the 100-
piece symphony and the 100-voice
mixed University Chorus which
has been rehearsing for the per-
formance under the direction of
Wilfred Smith since January.
The four soloists will be Frances
Yeend, soprano; Nan Merriman,
mezzo-soprano; David Lloyd, tenor;
and Kenneth Smith, bass.
In Carnegie Hall last month,
Eugene Ormandy presented Miss
Yeend with a score of the Verdi
Requiem in commemoration of her
16th appearance as soloist with the
Philadelphia Orchestra and her
150th engagement with a major
American symphony orchestra.
All four artists have achieved
comparable records in solo en-
gagements with the major sym-
phonies and, with the exception of
Kenneth Smith, they are all Amer-
ican-born artists. Though born in
England. Mr. Smith came to Amer-
ica at the age of four and com-
pleted his musical studies here.
He holds the Distinguished Flying
Cross, the Air Medal and Oak Leaf
clusters for four World War II
years as a navigator on a B-24
bomber in the South Pacific.
Routh Will Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will be held on Tuesday, April 6th,
12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel.
Fred Routh will be guest speaker.
His subject will be "The World's
Three Greatest ProblemsHunger,
Peace and Freedom:"
Lehman, Lowdermilk
Named Winners of
Stephen Wise Awards
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Walter
Clay Lowdermilk, noted soil con-
servationist and agricultural ex-
pert; Senator Herbert Lehman; the
Youth Aliyah, world-wide youth
rescue and rehabilitation move-
ment; and the Jewish Publication
So. iety -ofreiniUcaj have bedjn
named winners of the Stephen
Wise Awards for 1953. it was an-
nounced here by Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, president of the American
Jewish Congress, which makes the
annual awards. ^
Dr. Lowdermilk received the
award for his pioneering and crea-
tive contributions to the develop-
ment of Israel; Senator Lehman for
his defense of civil liberties in the
United States; the Youth Aliyah
for its record of 20 years in rescu-
ing and bringing to Israel 5,000
Jewish children from 72 countries;
and the Jewish Publication Society
for its work in the field of Jewish
culture.
The recipients were chosen by a
committee consisting of leaders in
American intellectual, business and
public affairs, headed by James N.
Rosenberg, prominent attorney and
communal leader. Each award
bears a cash value of $1,000.
The Stephen Wise Awards, estab-
lished by the American Jewish
Congress in 1949, to mark the 75th
birthday of the late Stephen Wise,
are granted annually for outstand-
ing contribution in four major
fields of activity to which Dr. Wise
had dedicated his lifethe growth
and development of Israel; the ex-
tension of civil rights and civil lib-
erties in the United States; the ad-
vancement of Jewish education
and culture; and the welfare of
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Banks Lend $750,000
To Federation for UJA
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration this week announced that
arrangements have been concluded
with a number of local banks for
. total loan of S750.000 and that
the borrowed sum is scheduled (of
the Ubitod Jewish Appeal.
No individual signal urns, wer^j
required for the loan. Demonstrat-
ing their understanding of the CJA
drive localfy and of Jewry's needs
in the new State of Israel, the lo-
cal banks made available funds to
Federation for the UJA in amounts
ranging from $325,000 to $25,000.
9-Jewish ihrkWan
Sisterhood Holds
Annual Election
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its election meeting on Mon-
day, April 5th. 1:30 p.m., in Kap-
lan Hall.
Highlight of the afternoon, plan
red by vice president and program
chairman Mrs. Harold Thurman is
the appearance of Judith Younger-
man.
Miss Youngerman is a modern
creative dance teacher and chore-
ographer. She has been teaching
creative dance throughout Greater
Miami, in addition to Instructing !
a branch studio in Hollywood, Hot
Mis- Younfennan U a graduate
Connecticut College School
I'me. and ha> worked with JOM
Limon, Ranya Holm. Martha (Jra-
md Louis Horst.
she will give a talk to the Sister-
on the dance, along with orig-
i nd unique interpretation!
Mir, Rpnrh Combined Jewish Appeal volun leers mobilize lor community drive. Area chair-
SaTcX I^SESS 5,0 is Town at a workers" meeting^distributing assignmenU to
keycosigners. Shown (left to right) are Tobias Simon Gene Schwartz Al HeUman. Henry
SeTtli" IrvTng Strauss. Seymour Gelber. A. Budd Cutler. Is.dore Cohen, L.lhan Goodman. Gd-
bert I. Balkin. executive director of Anti-Defamation League, and Tahanoff.
North Shore Center Will
Have Passover Institute
There will be a Passover Insti
tute given jointly by the PTA and
Sisterhood of the North Shore Jew
ish Center on> April 8th. 8 p.m.
Mrs. Rose Cashvan and Mrs. Eth-
el Klein are chairmen.
A white elephant sale, given by
the Sisterhood at the Center on
Wednesday, April 14th. 8 p.m., is
also slated.
Reception at Mirell Gallery
Prom April 4th through April
30th. the Mirell Gallery will pre-
sent a group show consisting of
regular artists, plus additional
guest artists. There will be a re-
ception Sunday evening to open
the show. The gallery is at 18 An-
thony Arcade in Coconut Grove.
Reception for Martin
Feigenson Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Retskin, of
Miami Beach, will be among guests
at a reception for their grandson,
Martin Eugene Feigenson, on Sun-
day evening. April 4th, 6 p.m., at
the Trocadero.
Martin, who was recently Bar
Mit/vah. will share honors with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Feigenson. of the Bronx. New York.
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Rabbi 1'assvl to
Supervise Wine
Bottling Here
The Seaboard Beverage Com-
pany, of Jacksonville, Florida, an-
nounced this week that its product,
Haggadah Kosher Wine, is now
under the personal supervision of
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, of Mi-
ami Beach.
Rabbi Cassel supervised the
cleansing of the machinery and
necessary material for the bottling
of the Passover product. He spent
several days at the plant in Jack-
sonville and directed the -entire
process of bottling Haggadah Kosh-
er Wine for the Passover holidays.
Seymour Burns and Saul Katz.
president and vice president of the
company, cooperated with the Rab-
bi and fulfilled all of the require-
ments for the bottling of the Pass-
over wine.
"Our company is proud to have
Rabib Cassel direct our bottling
process for Passover."
Temple Beth Sholom elects its outgoing president, Leon I. Ell.
as honorary president and presents him with a plaque of ap-
preciation. Judge Kenneth Oka. chairman of the Board of
Directors, is shown making the presentation as Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader, looks on.
Try a Delicious
HONEY BREAD and" HONEY CAKE
Made from rye flour and honey
without the use of fat, sugar or
syrup. Calorie count of 58 per
usual slice. Salt-free variety
recommended for low-sodium diets.
Mttrikmlti fty
C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St.
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY DINING PLEASURE
Murlim f*i$mtm
Among local friends and rela-
tives at the reception will be Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Reskin, Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Eskow, Mr. Harold Retskin.
formerly of Miami Beach and now
on a brief visit here, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Eskow. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eskow, Mr.
and Mrs. Rose Eskow.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Silver and
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sedlick and son.
Earl.
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER
SEDERS
HOTEL
ATRIL 17th and 1 Itb
Conducted by the renowned CANTOR EI.ISHA CERNER
from Vienna
assisted by CHOIR and Organ
LIMITED RESERVATIONS FOR IOTH NIGHTS ONLY
$10
ptr (Mrson ptr might ($12.50 far Om Nifhf)
For Reservations Phone 5(0111
ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD
Oil paintings by Sam Rabino
will be exhibited during the
Oneg Shabbat at Temple
Beth Sholom on Friday eve-
ning. Mr. Rabino recently re-
turned from Israel, and his
work will include impressions
of the Jewish State. His paint-
ings are in five museums, as
well as in the Library of Con-
gress at Washington. An ex-
hibit of Mr. Rabino's work is
also scheduled for the Coral
Gables Jewish Center on
Wednesday, April 7th.
JWV Auxiliaries
Joint Installations
For the firs, Ume J
?ce of Jewish Warvo^
iharies in this area, a ,1^
lat.onoiallauul.areVwfc
or. Sunday. Apr.l 4th a n',
the Ocean Fron, AuSrtiSJ
Four auxiliaries will be in tuted by Norma Koloff L
of the Denartm.n! [ F1^
massing of colors of all a
will be under the direction.,
jor Kenneth Braidman S\
Dade County Honor Guard 2
ish War Veterans. **
Those to be installed m,
man Bruce Brown AuxiliaJ
174, incoming president, f
Levine, outgoing preside*,
C. Brown; Miami Beach Aai
No. 330, incoming president!
Soldi, outgoing president, 1
Levy; West Miami Auxiln,
223, incoming president,
Marks, outgoing president,]
Levine; Coral Gables Amina
243. reelected president,
Logue;
Those to be instituted ajl
lean-Miami Springs Auxilisn]
Lingaton. president; and No
ami Beach Auxiliary No.
Let'f, president.
You arc invited to the
DEDICATION
of
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
N.W. CORNER 40th STREET and PRAIRIE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Sunday, April 4,1954, at 2 p.m.
An interesting program has been arranged
Refreshments
This synagogue will devoto itself to serve the traditio
minded Jewish population in the 41st Street area
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'to
the Tra
ditional
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CANTOR READER
EXPERT TEACHER
will conduct mi-vIcm for PtMch
n Synagogue or Hottl
Call MlU-ivtnints
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Epower 4 Light Co was
Tgiven 6 1 approval for a
fVvear franchise in Miami.
Lg to an unofficial count
Hins voted m favor of
Ine the FP&L franchise, with
Hers opposing it. The total
Last 20,750 ballots, was con-
Lbly' heavier than had been
Jted- L
Bregor Smith, chairman of the
1 Board, indicated this week
it -wonderful support given
[the people of Miami will en-
\e investors to put money in-
t company, so that our long
[planning for South Florida's
\ growth can be more readily
I out."
Routh Addresses
Beach Masada
Coral Room of the Ritz Plaza Ho-
tel will be the new meeting place
for Masada, Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District.
First meeting of the District, in
its new quarters, was Thursday
night. Frederick Routh, of the Hu-
man Relations Department at the
University of Miami and past presi-
dent of the United Nations Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, discussed
"Our Stake in the United Nations."
Dave Goodwin, local news repre-
sentative for The Jewish National
Post, presented "Masada Views the
News."
/* Outlines
rr Program
iiin E. Davis, candidate for
Kate Legislature, Group 1,
ng before the Brotherhood
Uway and Steamship Clerks,
his program as to the la-
ovement.
ris stated that he felt that
Jwhich was the largest seg-
J of the population, was en-
|to all protections of the law,
i to organizations and indi-
; stressed the need for strict
kforcement as to persons who
jted. or in any way interfered
he organizing or the concert-
lorts of labor unions,
has long been identified With
kbor movement. He was in
eneral practice of law with
ir Claude Pepper. While
as assistant county solici-
filcd and prosecuted many
J in which union men were
Ited, or were interfered with,
ipporters indicate.
lis stated that he is in favor
Lablishment of a Department
or in the state government.
department would be of cab-
status and would be the dis-
ating point for all action and
nation in regard to the labor
nent.
New
Policy
Temple Israel Plans
Annual Pasorer Seder
Temple Israel will sponsor an an-
nual Passover Seder on Saturday
evening, April 17th, 6:30 p.m., at
the Temple.
This traditional dinner will fol-
low a short Passover eve service.
Ritual of the holiday dinner will
be conducted by Rabbis Joseph R.
Narot and Jacob H. Kaplan and
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
olardie
Dine in Elegance
SENSIBLE
PRICES
Music by
tOUIS ADIER
Ensemble
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Workmen's Circle to
Honor National Head
Ezekiel Eberil, president of the
Workmen's Circle, who has arrived
herp for a short visit, will be guest
of honor at a banquet on Sunday,
April 4th, 6 p.m., at the Lyceum,
25 Washington Avenue.
The Workmen's Circle is a na-
tional fraternal organization found-
ed 54 years ago. It has over 700
branches in the United States and
Canada and currently numbers
some 70,000 members.
The organization also sponsors
125 Yiddish schools, two of which
are in Greater Miami and affili-
ated with the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The Sunday banquet and concert
will be sponsored by the local
Workmen's Circle branches and
the Farband. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Weiner will also be honored at the
function on the occasion of their
40th wedding anniversary.
Psychological Society
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Dynamic Psychological Society will
meet Friday evening, April 2nd,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Meyer, 625t SW 24th st. Mrs. P.
Goodman will give a lecture on
"Suggestion." Hr. M. Spool will
read a chapter on puolic speaking.
Flagler Women Schedule
Donor Luncheon
Women's Group of the Flagler
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter will hold an annual donor
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on
Tuesday, April 6th, 12:30 p.m.
The theme of the luncheon will
be "Cuban Holiday." Entertain-
ment will be provided by Edith Ap-
plebaum.
Mrs. Ann Hirsh, donor chairman,
will be assisted by Arnette Shaw,
Judy Green, Ruth Hirsch, Goldie
Adelman and Naomi Stiller.
NEMO HOTEL
STRICTLY KOSHER
DINING ROOM
RESERVATIONS MOW ACCEPTED FOR
PASSOVM StDURIM
Conducted by a Wall Known Cantor
Phone 5-3491 116 Collins Avenue
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
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Coffee Shop
Astor Hotel
AT WASHINGTON AVE. & 10th ST., MIAMI BEACH
^*Fine> Accommodations For
Passover Holidays
At Very Attractive Rates
Traditional Services held by Rev. and Cantor Chaskel Lang
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 58-2341 or 5-7333
Mr. Sol Tobin, Manager
TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAURANT
23rd Street 1 block west Roney Plaxa
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS
FOR PASSOVER SEDERS
TWO SIDUS EACH HSm 5:30 to 8 a-m. :J p*.
Wine, Cnnrases, Bitter Herbs, Itc.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
CANTO* Ell SAMUELS, Assisted by Symphonic Cbeir
Supervision Rabbi Meses Meschtloff
Masftfiecb on Premises
FOR RESERVATIONS CAU 5-0551
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HOTEL EDWARDS
953 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Announce
i
Tbef reservations ere now being oeceoted fer tbe
ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
Air Conditioned Di.i-n Roen. l.bby Swimming P-l
Highest Ooality in Feed and Kashrwtti
PHONE 5-4*11 FOR RESERVATIONS
Try tbe Delicious Kosher Disbes Sorted at Our Restaurant
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CORNER 41 st ST. ft ROYAL PALM AVE., MIAMI BEACH
NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THE SEDERS
AND ENTIRE WEEK OF PASSOVER
Telephone 58-7074
kosher MNDELSOHN S c*res
CATERERS *-*-# V # KOSNER
flNlST CATUIMG SERVICE FOR BAR MITZVAHS, WEDDINGS
AMD OTHER SOCIAL AfFAIRS
Alse Serving Organisation Functions
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PASSOVER SEDER
to be conducted by
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
nd
CANTOR SHERWIN LEVINE
HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th 6:30 P.M.
$9.00 ADULT ($5.00 CHILD UP TO 13)
(InrluricH tip, tax and nine)
Information: Dr. J. A. Greenhouse. Miami Beach. Phone 86-4834
Moke check payable to "SISTERHOOD" and mail to:
Temple Emanu-EI, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
PUBLIC INVITED
Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL
WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
Rates $50 for the entire 8 days 3 Meals Daily
Including the Two Seders
OUR HOTEL IS WILL KNOWN fOK ITS KASHRUTH
for Reservations Call 58-2739
Ask for Mr. or Mrs. Gewirtz
OUR KITCHEN IS UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION
OF MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ
Completely Air Conditioned
THI BEST IN KOSHER FOODS
KOSHER RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN
A Unique Experience in Dining Pleasure
TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS ................ $2.50
Delicatessen to Take Home
1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITT HALL MIAMI BEACH
Open Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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ROSED ALE
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Phone fer Reservations 5-6651 5-4907
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ashington Avc
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StoAY^Afcui-.
Miss Rehar Weds
Herbert Greenberg
At the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on March 13th, at 8:30 p.m.,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman united in
marriage Miss Claire Behar, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Behar,
1000 10th Street, and Herbert J.
Greenberg, son of Mr. Benjamin
Greenberg.
Maid of honor was Phyllis Green-
berg. Best man was Robert Bres-
sler.
The bride is a graduate of James
Madison High School. Brooklyn.
New York. Mr. Greenberg was
graduated from Miami Beach High
School and attended the University
Of Miami. At present he is in the
Coast Guard.
The bride selected a ballerina-
length gown of white lace over nile
treen taffeta, scooped neckline and
bouffant skirt. She carried orchids
on a Bible. Her only piece of jewel-
ry was a strand of pearls.
A cocktail party and dinner fol-
lowed at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. The couple are flying to
Cuba and will make their home in
Miami Beach.
Abrams. Spitzer
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abrams, of
1754 NE 4th ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Sarah, to Emanuel Spitzer.
The couple met last October at
a dance in Miami Beach They arc
now planning a June wedding. Mr.
Arthur Purisch to
Become liar Mitzvah
Arthur C. Purisch will become
Bai Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
April 3rd. at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate at the ceremony.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Spitzer is UM ion of Mrs Anna Spit- Mr ani) Mrs Robert Purisch. 2301
zer. 3510 SW 15th at, and the late
Morns Spitzer.
Miss Abrams is a graduate of
Herbert Cre-nberg
Miss RooffWeds
Dentist Here
Miss Adele Rooff became the
bride of Dr. Herbert Katz. Rabbi
DSJ Lehrman performed the
ceremony on March 20th at his
Etudy in Temple Emanu-EL
Her mother's wedding ring seal
td the vows. The bride is the
daughter ol Mrs Bstelle Rooff, 918
n dr Dr. KaU i- the son of
Mrs. Mae KaU, 1249 Pennsylvanifl
ave.
bride graduated from Julia
Richmond High School ami attend-
i the Universitj ol Miami and
;. College oi New Yi rk
Dr. Katz attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and graduated from
Temple Universitj School of Den-
tistry. He is a member of ADA,
ida East C'oa.-t Dental Society,
- Cameron oral Surgery So-
John Kolmer Medical So
ciety and Alpha Omega.
Following their return from a
moon in Veradero Beach
the couple will reside in
Coral Gables.
SW 21st Street, and attends Shen-
j andoah Junior High School, where
, he is in the ninth grade. Arthur
b also a student at Beth David
I Religious School and holds the
office of Patrol Leader of Boy
! Scout Troop No. 89 there.
A reception will be held at his
home on Saturday evening at 8
p.m. Among honored guests will i
be the Bar Mitzvah's grandparents,;
Mr. and Mrs. David Messinger, of'
New York and Miami Beach.
Others attending from out-of-
1 town will include Mr. and Mrs. Al
Messinger, uncle and aunt; Mr.
Edward Messinger. uncle; Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Rosenzweig, uncle and
aunt: Mrs. Mac Reiff. aunt; and
Mr. Solomon Purisch. the Bar Mitz-
vah's uncle, all of New York.
Miss Sarah Abrams
Miami Beach High School, where
sh<' WU active in various clubs.
She now attend.- Lindsey Hopkins
Yocat "i.il School.
Mr Spitzer attended high school
and college '" Nets York and has
served In the Army. He la now
ma. irin in accounting at the Ini-
tj of Mi inii
Mrs. James I. lewis
Ransoft. Tabw
Troth Announced
Announcement has been made
by Rabbi and Mrs. Marios {tanson,
Mrs. Herbert Kofi
Mark Saffer Born
Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Saffer, of
3321 SW 21st Street, announce the
birth of their son, Mark David, at
Doctors Hospital on Monday, March
22nd. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Saffer and Mrs. Esther
Berger. <
Lewises Honeymoon
In New York
March 21st was the date of the
wedding of Miss Betty Frances
Rosenblum and James Lowell
Lewis. The ceremony took place in
the home of her parents. Mr. and ;
Mrs. John David Rosenbloom. 6355
SW 48th st
The bride wore a ballerina length
gown of a'.encon lace and n\ Ion
tulle. A wedding dinner at the Col-
ony Restaurant followed the cere-
ir. m)
Mr Lewis is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, 3140 SW 13th
st.. and i- associated with his
father in the contract furniture
business.
He is a graduate of the Uni-
ver iiy of Miami and was affiliated
with Sigma Alpha Mu His bride
graduated from Texas Western Col-
i,,._,,.
The couple are honeymooning
in New York.
New DPhiE Pledges
Honored iit Tea Here
Mothers Club of Delta Phi Ep
silon Sororitv gave a recent tea in
the home of Mrs. B. Stein, presi
dent, to honor the ten new pledges
of the sorority.
These are Myra Benezin. Maxine
Bild. Roberta C'hason, Sue Cohen,
Adriane Frank. Carole Freedland.
Elise Kosch, Marilyn Lippock. Pa-
tricia Pattenick and Ellen Walsey
Miss Mary B. Merritt. Dean oi
Women at the Vniversity of Miami
was guest of honor.
The tea was brought to s close
with a book review on "Tea and
Sympathy," given by Mrs. I. M.
Wemstein.
of Fort Lauderdale. Florida, oi the
engagement of their daughter. Miss
Joan (ami, to Mr. John L. Tabor.
son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice S.
Tabor. Buffalo. New York.
Miss RJBton attended Simmons
College. Boston. Massachusetts,
and will graduate from the Univer-
sity of Miami early in June.
Mr. Tabor graduated from the
University of Buffalo and the Life
insurance Marketing Institute of
Purdue University.
A June wedding is planned by
the couple. An engagement recep-
tion will be held on Sunday. April
4th. at Temple Emanu Kl. Fort
Lauderdale. from 3 to 5 p.m. Rab-
l bi Ranson is the Temple's spiritual
leader.
Robert Henry Frehling, i
Dr. 'and Mrs. Stanley Fn
ling, 3795 Pinetree Drive, 1
ami Beach, will celebrate t
Bar Mitzvah on Satino
morning. April 3rd, at'
pie Emanu-El. Rabbi L
Lehrman will officiate,
seventh grade student
Nautilus Junior High Sea
Robert attends the Relit
School of Temple Emanufl
'.WE DELIVER AND SPRWJ]
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Phone 868355
William Robinson
Cantor and Mrs. Irving Robinson
announce the birth of their son,
William, on March 19th Cantor
Robinson chants at the Coral daw
! les Jewish Center.
tin
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kosher Jewish Institution 4
? alt* have housekeeping resp*a>]
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? planning and special diets i
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with good experience. 1
? details regarding oje
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Ecsniek Wins
Iviov Tourney
Lm e$nick. of Hibiscus
Mjthc Westview Country
JJ Tourney and became (
,hampin for the fourto
it year at final matches
Li Friday.
Isnick ended with a score
i,0psome forty women who j
],he golf competition held
JSost of last month. Run-
L ,i,e four time champion
I jack Ablin. with a score
iwr Resnick and Mrs. Ab-
"ived trophies from West-
snick is active in local
lal and civic programs. She
Jorganized and is president
Lien club for residents of
kfecus and Star Islands.
i decorated 75 tables at a
last week in the Di Lido
Lcecds "f which went to
[Children'^ Hospital.
Erd Hoberman
EBar Mitzvah
Steven Hoberman, son
[and Mrs. N;it Hoberman,
Kieridan Avenue. Miami
[will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning services,
kid. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Kronish and Cantor
Kelemer will officiate at
lemony.
bar Mitzvah is an eighth
Xtudcnt at Nautilus Junior
L: nd attends the Relig-
(huol of Temple Beth Sho-
Ling Ihe Kiddush, a reccp-
l|| be held in Itiehard's hon-
he Ugiers Hotel.
bf-lown guests will include
Mitzvah grandfather, Mr.
lobernian. New York; Dr.
Greenspan and family, Chi-
Buii Mrs G Greenspan, Ot-
Illinois.

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jNATIONAL
plorm ina tors
Beth David donor luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 7th, at the Di Lido Hotel. Fea-
tured entertainment will be Jennie Goldstein, star of screen and radio. Shown arranging the
program are (left to right, seated) the Masdames Sam Badanes, Sidney Kaplan and Mike
Forer, chairman. Standing are the Mesdames Nathan Davidow, Nate Speigelman, Morris
Rabinowitz, Ralph Hankin and David Parnes. Not pictured are Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs.
Harold Berney.
Mantels Exchange
Vows in (Iontor
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Becker, of
Brooklyn, New York, announce the
wedding of their daughter. Esther,
to Robert Mantel in the Jewish
Community Center on March 14th.
Mr. Mantel, also of Brooklyn, is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Mantel.
The couple was attended by Mrs.
Gertrude Summerfield and Jack
Steindam.
B'nai B'rith Women SI
Election date of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, is Wednesday evening,
April 7th, 8:30 p.m.. at the El
Comodoro Hotel. Delegates for the
annual district convention of B'nai"
B'rith, to be held at Dtytona Beach,
will also be named.
ate Local Affairs
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a menorah
games parly at the Empress Hotel
on Wednesday, April 14th, 1 p.m.
North Shore Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will meet at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday,
April 14th, 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jack J. Falk is chairman
of the Hannah Senesch
Group of Hadassah luncheon
for Youth Aliyah at the Sans
Souci Hotel on Monday, April
12th. Sponsors giving $50 or
more will be honored with
the citation of "angel." Mrs.
William Feuer is Hannah
Senesch president.
Ronald Paul Pertnoy
.loins Lois, Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy, of
5O00 Cherokee ave., announce the
birth of their son, Ronald Paul, at
Mount Sinai Hospital on March
20th. The new arrival joins hi<
sister, Lo:s Ivy, and brother, Sid-
ney Mark. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Miami
Beach, .and Mrs. Geraldine Corn.
Baltimore. Great grandmother i-
Mrs. Tillie Shapiro, also of Balti-
more.
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American Notables... Lorenzo da Ponte: The Jew of 1833
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
(NMry SimonhoM's column, constituting a terlet HlHMi
American Notables, is being pubHshei by Tbt iewisb Meridian
pmrl of the tercentenary celebration at Jewish settlement i*
the Unites Statcs.-The Editors.)
Ability seemed native to the Conegliani family, which
in the 17th century produced a physician-diplomat, who
served the conflicting interests of Turkey and Venice
with such deftness that both states removed from him the
civil disabilities which Christendom and Islam considered
good for Jews so-long as they chose to stand aloof from
the cross or the crescent. In the 19th century another
Conegliani displayed talents in political economy that
would have carried him places had he lived longer than
33 years.
Baptism
In 1749, Emanuel Conegliano. born not far from Venice,
became an orphan when five years old. Later his father
fell in love with a young Catholic girl, and she would
marry only in church. Father and three sons were baptized
at the same font; Emanuel received at 14 the musical
name of Lorenzo da Ponte. The world now became his
oyster and the bright, handsome boy could get a good
education, which enabled him to teach literature at a
seminary in Terviso.
Priesthood
Theologic studies also fitted him for the priesthood.
But in a decayed and corrupt Venice he found revelries
far more entertaining than celebrating the mass. In the
18th century, a Venetian abbe could dance minuets, com-
pose madrigals and serenade in gondolas by moonlight.
Chummy with the famous or infamous Casanova, he led
a similar life of intrigue and dissipation. Nor was his or-
thodoxy beyond suspicion. He therefore had good cause to
fear scrutiny by the City Inquisition. Not anxious to emu-
late the charming Casanova in his jail break from the
Doge's piombi. he prudently fled from Venice, from its
seductive women, from the demoralizing carousals. A de-
tree of banishment wa> filed against him.
Fortune in Vienna
Wandering over Europe, da Ponte landed in Vienna.
^Here he ran into a streak of fame, glamour and well being
that sometimes fortune thrusts at a person for a brief
span. He came at the opportune moment when Joseph If
of Austria decided to discard French for Italian opera.
The liberal emperor appointed da Ponte the official poet
oThis theatre. His jobwas to write librettos for the court
musicians.
er professor had leisure for giving lessons in
local students. But an artistic temperament tnPi,
bad management invariably Wrings hard luck I
named Mozart, the most spontaneous genius, became Professor of Italian at Columbia miw\*
perhaps, in all musical history. They came to a quick
understanding and da Ponte wrote Wa Pr"'n '"g*
the 'Marriage of Figaro," which became Mozart s first
opera. That huge success was followed by Cos! fan tutti.
But their joint masterpiece was 'Don Giovanni, which
will hold the boards as long as opera is sung. According
to the Danish mystic Kierkegaard, it is the greatest of all
operas Even so competent a critic and musician as Rich-
ard Wagner had to admit that "Don Giovanni" owes its
popularity largely to the excellence of the libretto.
London
The lucky streak ended with King Joseph's death. His
successor Leopold cared little for opera and less for the
favorite opera poet. Envious rivals did some knifing, for
da Ponte had a penchant for intrigue, which made enemies
wherever he went. But when things looked darkest, he
received the appointment of poet for the Drury Lane The-
atre in the Haymarket of London. The new post did not
bring back the gemutlichkeit of Vienna. The English
director Taylor had neither the courtesy nor generosity of
an emperor. Da Ponte even had to endorse promissory
notes to hold on to his job. When the notes were protested
and other debts accumulated, he skipped from England
to escape the debtor's prison. by
America pro
^.New York in 1805 was hardly the place for a 56-year-old
poet with a family to support. Opera had never been heard
in the young republic, and the new land had little to offer
an expert of Italian literature. To feed his wife and chil-
dren, the poet opened a grocery and made a living until
the yellow fever epidemic caused him to sell out and to
clear out.
Later the family settled in Sunbury. Pennsylvania,
where he was taken for one of the powder-making Du-
I'onts. a circumstance that helped his caedit for a fresh
start. He kept store, handled groceries, measured out
drams of liquor for customers, sold wheat and medical
supplies. He even had an interest in a distillery. A real
estate boom brought on artificial prosperity, and the form-
mhia College R.
chair carried no salary, and the students preferred v
or Spanish to paying tuition for Italian. UwUunw!
assembled youth and maids, set up a little theatre i
home, and spread over New York a taste for KLt
sics. He also operated a book store, and got into,
troversy with Prescott the Historian about the me*!?
Italian literature. In 1823 Mozart's librettist r9
"Memoirs," as frank as Rousseau's and as --?J
Cellini's. "*
One might think an octogenarian should be i
call his lifework completed. Not so with da PontM
84th year, he embarked on his last, if not his most i
venture. The inspiration came when Manuel
brought his operatic troupe to New York in IB4I
cast of first-rate singers included the famous Malife
caused a sensation. Garcia raked in the dollars L_
turned to Europe, leaving da Ponte thrilled with7]
scheme for profit and glory.
The Impressario
In partners with a French tenor, da Ponte in
, gave 35 performances, and folded up. Thisi
hould have been a warning that New York al
t ready for opera. But da Ponte was never <
at or failure. Instead he planned a more 1
and interested prominent citizens in buiU
special theatre. The Italian Opera House went
Church, corner Leonard Street, and the opening ia]
social event of the year. Out of 40 scheduled
ances, he produced 28. The venture then failed. Thei
house was sold and later destroyed by fire. Di>he
and impoverished da Ponte died, almost attaining)
One might question whether da Ponte belongs is]
ish annals. Converted, he never practiced Cath
Given a splendid cathedral funeral, no gravestone)
marked his place of burial. Unquestionably, he 1
important services to Italian music and literature.
century later, the minions of Mussolini would have I
over Lorenzo da Ponte the Jew for cremation in thei
ovens of Dachau or Buchenwald.
Tour to Israel
Mm Announeetl
University Travel Company ol
Cambridge. Massachusetts, this
week announced a special tour of
Israel. France, Italy and Switzer-
land under the leadership of Rab-
bi David Shapiro, spiritual leader
of Temple Sinai. Jewish Commu-
nity Canter Ol Hollywood.
The tour will begin July 7th on
the Queen Mary and will terminate
in New York on August 17th on
the Queen Elizabeth. The fotiowtng
are some of the places which will
lie included in the tour:
Cherbourg. Paris Lucerne, Mi-
lan. Venice. Bologna. Florence.
Home. Tel Aviv. Haifa, Galilee,
Tiberias and Jerusalem.
Rabbi Shapiro has been con-
nected with Jewish causes and
movements for the past 20 yean.
He was k. member of the Board of
Directors 01 the Wisconsin War
Cheat, delegate to American Jewish
Conference representing Wlacon-
sin, past president of the Zionist
Organization of the Midwest, lee
tured before serv.ee clubs, business
and professional groups, church
groups, UJA, ZOA and B'nai B'rith
and was UJA chairman of Wiscon-
sin and upper Michigan from 1948
to 1951
In addition, he has lectured
widely in the Miami area during
of Green Bay, Wisconsin, for six
years and served as director of the
American Jewish Congress in Chi-
cago and the midwest.
Brunch Due Sunday
Brunch will be held on Sunday,
April 4th, 11 a.m., at Kneseth Is;
rael Congregation, when a. com-
plete Talmud of 17 volumes given
by Mrs. B. Lazar in memory of Mr.
Lazar will be accepted.
Magic Show Due
The Great Thorton will
a magic show on Saturday,
3rd at 8 p.m. Admission will I
donation and the show wij
sponsored by the Teenage I
the North Dade Jewish Ce
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Tiny patient wins First Lady's heart Visiting the Variety
Children's Hospital on her recent Miami tour, Mrs. Charley
E. Johns, wife of the Acting Governor, meets with 18-month-old
Ralph "Butch" Fetters, one of the hopsital's youngest patients.
Mrs. Johns is keenly interested in the welfare of the disabled
regardless of age, race or creed. "Butch" completely capti-
vated her.
Sponsors Ring Evening
The fund raising committee of
the Town Branch Planning Coun-
cil is sponsoring the "Merry Wives
of Windsor" at the University of
Miami's Ring Theater on Tuesday,
April 13th, it was announced by
Jack Toppell. chairman of the com-
mittee. Tickets may be obtained
from Israel Silver at the Town
Branch. Groups interested in ob-
taining a block of tickets for thea-
ter parties should contact the Cen-
ter, Silver said.
General Meeting Slated
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will hold a aeneral meeting on
Tuesday, April 6th, 1:30 p.m.. at
Beth El Congregation, according
to an announcement this week by
Mrs hrael Goldberg, president
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Sam-
uel Krolowitz.
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Dag Hammarskjold Denies Parley
With Jordan, Israel is Off
Continued from Page 1 A
".he question, the Secretary Gen
eral had made it clear that once Is-
rael had invoked Article XII. it
ma mandatory upon him to con-
, iic the meeting and he indicated
^hat he would do N even in the
ace of a .Jordanian refusal to at-
tend.
In the light of the Jordanian re-
am] to attend the meeting. Israel
now has the recourse of a com-
plaint to the Security Council
against the breach of the armistice
reement.
Earlier, in the week Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles told bis
press conference in Washington
'.hat the United States had been
supporting the United Nations Sec-
retary General with regard to his
request to Jordan to meet with Is-
rael to discuss armistice problems.
Mr. Dulles responded to a JTA
reporter's question. The question
asked was: In view of the pre-
carious status of the armistice and
Arab Spokesmen
Visit U.S. Leaders
Continued from Page 1 A
jean munitions sales to Israel.
The "grave view" held by the Is-
rael Government over the deterior-
ating security situation, the failure
if the armistice machinery and the
lepudiation of Jordan of its obliga-
tion under the armistice was re-
ported to the United States Gov-
ernment at an emergency meeting
.t the State Department.
Reuven Shiloah. Israel Minister,
conferred for an hour and fifteen
minutes with Assistant Secretary of |
State Byroade. He told Mr. Byroade
f Israel's concern over the de-
terioration of security along the
1-rael-Jordan frontier, over the in-
creasing ineffectiveness of the arm-
istice machinery and over the at-1
litude of the Jordan Government
in flaunting the armistice agree-
ments and in repudiating Article
XU-of the armistice. Israel invoked
this article last November in an
ttempt to bring Jordan to a face-
to face meeting to discuss the arm-
istice situation.
Mr. Shiloah told the American
fficial that Israel felt the situa- i
lion had reached the stage where it j
-hould be taken up urgently by the j
SeeuriQp Council. The leading pow-
< rs, Mr. Shiloah declared, should
ee to it that the Security Council.
dealt with this security situation. I
I the recent Negev bus n
the United Stales d ii
to reinforce the UN request to
Jordan to I ,('r
Article XII to discuM strengthen-
ing of the armistice pact.'
kj.'M met
IB -
ind France thU v
discuss Hi mounting Arab bra l
tension and the situation arising
from the slaughter of ll Israelis In
the Negeb ambush last track.
At a in"' c roft rence thi UN
Secretary General emphasised thai
he took the Initiative in calling the
I delegate, it th,' Big Three to the
j meeting because he considered that
the Western Tower- bad
responsibilities" in the Middle
, East. Asked whether he would con-
, suit the Soviet Union, which has
been taking an increasing interest
in Middle Eastern affairs. Mr. Ham
i marskjold replied that thi- was
quite possible.
The UN Secretary General said
he expected to consult with all
members of the Security Council
on the latest developments in the
Arab-Israel situation* To a ques-
tion whether he would set a date
for the Jordan Israel parley which
he convoked in Jerusalem and
which Jordan has refused to attend
Mr. Hammarskjold stated that
the Jordan refusal to attend was
"influenced by recent events."
Mrs. Meyers Will Speak
At Hebrew Teachers' Banquet
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of
the Dade County Board of Public
Instruction, will be guest speaker
at the annual banquet of the He-
brew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami on Sunday evening,
April 4th. 7:30 p.m.. at the Ster-
ling Hotel.
Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the
University of Miami faculty, will
be toastmaster and introduce Mrs.
Meyers.
The guest speaker is .a well
known community leader here, an
attorney and treasurer of the In-
ternational Association of.Women
Lawyers.
Melavah Malkah Slated
For Victor on Saturday
Rabbis of Greater Miami will
hold a Melavah Malkah and con-
cert at the Victor Hotel on Satur-
day evening. April 3rd. 8 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham I. Cutler, of New
York, noted orator and lecturer
:.nd member of the National Execu-
tive Mizrachi of America, will be
guest speaker. Subject of Rabbi
Cutler's address is "National Re-
ligious Movement in Israel Today
and Tomorrow."
The evening is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Mizrachi, and Great-
. r Miami Women's Organization of
Mizrachi.
Cornerstone Laying Set
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will lay the cornerstone for its new
building oh Sunday. April 11th, at
4 p.m.. according to Herts Weiss,
president. The program is under
the supervision of Rabbi Isaac
Ever, spiritual leader. A seating
capacity of 700 will be available
upon completion of the new syna-
gogue.
Announce Plans to
Present Jewish Opera
The Jewish Community Singers
this week announced plans to pre-
sent a Jewish opera in the Miami
Beach Auditorium during the 1955
season, according to Ben Yomen
and Margaret Yomen. directors
The choral group meets on Mon-
day evenings at Pier Park. 1st st.
and Ocean dr.. at 8 p.m. Singers are
invited to join the group.
Fink Advocates
Long Range Plans
The platform of Richard K Fink,
r Dade C< un\ Sdhnoj
|, District 3. was announced
.. .i pporti n
Fink advoca as I l'>nR
to ipcret \ P "!'
LUties, io cope
i meet future ii reases
,n populati hi He '"
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jure high teach and
.. sound lit. ii lal struc
lure for the Board a Publii la
struction In order to taxpay-
ers full valu for th< Ir I
Fink, according to a recent rc-
bj ir- bui drew the
must applause from a 1TA gather-
, u ol his -' itamenl that
the activities ill the PTA should be
ted between home and
school rather than confined to the
rok "f fund raising for school fa-
cilities.
He has.been a resident of Dade
County since 1930 and received his
entire public school education in
Dade County schools. He attended
the University ot Miami, received
his law degree from Harvard Law-
School and has practiced law in
Miami since 1950.
He is a member of Schools Com-
mittee. Harvard Club of Miami;
former Sunday school teacher at
Beth Sholom Religious School; and
was former president of Harvard
Law School Forum, engaged in
supplementing legal education.
Fink is secretary of Sholem
I.odae. B'nai B'rith, a member of
the Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Centers. Zionist District of Coral
Gables and is at present active in
the Combined Jewish Appeal drive.
He is a veteran of World War II.
Fink is married and resides at
.FRIDAY.
Richard K. Hk
SW 74th Terrace. He is the son of
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, com-
munal leader, and the grandson of
the late Moses Krieger and Mrs.
Krieger, long-time residents of this
urea.
Channing Gets Award
Jules P. Channing, consulting
structural engineer, has been pre-
sented with an award for "out-
standing service to the engineering
profession" at the state convention
of the Florida. Society of Profes-
sional Engineers, recently held in
Gainesville. Channing is a past
president of the Miami Chapter,
Florida Society of Professional
Engineers, and has been a state
director, state chairman of public
relations, chairman of the recent
national convention held in Day-
tuna Beach, and has been active in
various engineering programs, both
locally and on a state level for
many years.
Mrs. GrossiiJ
fie Honored V
Florida District .1
Organization I Ll4
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conference to be Md
Sa According to (;j| J
sistant director (gj L
em he i n. S*^^^
Chairn /'.^
Ida I W^
mnour.ced an
gram. On Saturday
p.m., the Orlando I
der a reception in
Jennie (i: ..,
At midnight on
Beach Ma-ada Youm!
ists will he host tog1
ballroom of the Sm
On Sunday April 4th. j
there will |)e a panel
ship Techniques At
on "Public Relation*
sented.
"The ZOA District j
munity" will be thjl
sed at 11:30 forum.
A panel on "You of|
trict" will include
gramming. board aoo|
ings, Israel projettt,
scheduled for 2 p.m.
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Traditional Holiday IHsh Made With
I f of XMiiniinh. *rl v Haan
Freshness makes a world Of dif-
ference in the taste of any fish dish
and that difference is immedi-
ately apparent in the finer, fresher
taste and traditional home-made
quality of Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish.
Choice' lake-fresh fish50 per
cent or more costly whitefish
plus farm fresh whole eggs, give
Manischewitz Gefilte Fish its,
uniquely delicate flavor and tender j
texture; these, as well as the other i
ingredients, are actually finer and
fresher than you yourself could
buy them.
For example, within minutes
after the fishing boats come in off
the lakes, the fish used in making
Manischewitz Gefilte Fish are in-
spected, selected, cleaned, iced and
on their way to be cooked and
long before the average commer-
cial shipment of fish can reach
your neighborhood store, Mani-
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ground, blended, seasoned, cooked
and vacuum-sealed in jars, with all
the lake-fresh, luscious flavor and
quality sealed in for your Passover
enjoyment
In the course of preparing Mani-
schewitz Gefilte Fish, the eggs are
candled and given individual Rab-
( binical inspection before they are
added to the recipe, and every addi-
tional step in the process reflects
the care, the skill and devotion to
quality that makes Manischewitz
Gefilte Fish so luscious and tender,
so overwhelmingly the traditional
choice for Passover meals.
It is this same devotion to kash-
ruth, this same concern with bring,
ing the Jewish housewife a greater
Center is a row of Israel Kosher salumis whose ends are tied.
The specially treated cellophane casings protect the fresh-
ness and quality of the finest qrade pure beef used by Israel
Kosher in the manufacture cf their meat products. A Mash-
g'eeach looks on as other salamis are also tied. Far right,
Israel Kosher pure beef is molded into ojfeTJf the cellophane
casings.
measure of quality and conveni-
ence, that has made The B. Mani-
schewitz Company the acknowl-
edged leader in developing and
producing an increasingly larger
and finer variety of Passover foods.
The latest example of Mani-
schewitz pioneering in this direc-
tion is the new, exclusive Manv
schewitz "Flavor-Seal" inner wrap
that brings your Manischewitz
Passover matzos to you at the very
peak of oven-freshness. The "Flav-
or-Seal" inner wrap is actually a
third, air-tight protective wrapping.
in addition tn the usual sealed out-
er wrapping and sealed inner car-
tons m the Manischewitz 5-pound
Passover Matzo package. You open
each "Flavor-Sealed" section as you
need it, and the remainder of your
Main* hewit&Matzas stay crisp and
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they came from the oven. With this
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p the cherished holiday tradition in
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For your added convenience Ad
Passover enjoyment. Manischewitz
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choice Passover foods, including
such newcomers as Manischewitz
Chicken Soups and such establish-
ed favorites as Manischewitz
Borscht, canned meats and chick-
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fruit juices and delicious fruit pre-
serves, a variety of pickles, spices,
condiments, coffee and tea, the
traditional line of Manischewitz
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1
|ed Jewish Appeal M-Day volunteer Mrs. Sam Gert-
lt\ starts her calls early with a visit to Mrs. Herman
[2470 SW 24th Street, Miami, who graciously signs her
fin. the 1954 drive.
inued from Page \ A !
t House Divisiqri; Arnold
pd Lou Goldman, Winter
I Division; Fred K. Shoch-
llier of The Jewish Flor-
J chairman of General Mo-
I; and the Mesdames Jack
land Irving I.ehrman, co-
I of the Women's Division.
Ign chairman Aaron M.
|irected the corps of work-
ed from the top leader-
Ith was responsible for a
Tof the Initial Gifts Divi-
|the bigger gifts in Winter
I and Hotels.
benceof some 10.000 worn-
Jteers were alerted for a
message ot television sta-
VJ'on Wednesday morning
^.m., at which time women
s throughout Dade County
nessage by George Jessel
a film describing his
rip to Israel with his
, Jerilyn.
^rd turnout of volunteers
General Mobiliza'ion
ally on Tuesday of this
" e Biscayne Terrace Ho-
some 250 enthusiastic
peard Kanner and Shuchet
M the mammoth "M-Day"
luld be an overwhelming
ramatic city wide one-day
M-Day in behalf of the
Jewish Appeal will de-
its success on the num-
Jewish families who stay
Sunday. April 4th," said
iblisher outlined a plan
'or the canvassers worked
staff composed of area
calling for strongest con-
n in those communities
* bulk of Greater Miami
sides.
f all congregations in
Mty are communicating
iportant "M-Day message
l"iday night sermons and
m*n and women to give
of their time on Sun-
jP the CMA achieve its
* to serve humanity ev-
rn Parents who have chil-
oUed i Sunday schools
T ,0 ecort the young-
."wools on Sunday
**< Pledge card as-
* complete their calls to
and rCturn in time to
enudren at the close of
* 1 session.
.eI10* is being made to
ewrvLM'm0 of Great-
h I ,his Vltal <>- R bbk' been "Pained
S^"' vice
assignments will be distributed.
Volunteers will have a choice of
the neighborhood in which they
wish to solicit, it has been an-
nounced by Shochet, who is co-
ordinating neighborhood assign-
ments on Sunday. He cautioned
volunteers, however, to indicate
their choice for canvassing in ad-
vance of "M-Day" so that assign-
ments could be made involving a
minimum of travel for eaeh vol-
u n t e e r. Shochet s ceorduMting
committee will distribute* 'lif-Day"
workers' kits, official 'TJ-fJhy" vol-
unteer badges, credentials, cam-
paign literature and final Instruc-
tion sheets at the breakfast meet-
ings. t
Members of the Coral Gate com-
munity met at a cocktail party
Wednesday evening at the horn.' of
Rabbi and Mrs. Max M. Landman
to plan for participation in "M-
Day." Another social evening has
been set for Sunday, April 4th, 8:30
p.m., in Coral Gate at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker,
3415 SW 17th Street.
Similar meetings and parlies
throughout Greater Miami have
been held during "Dedication
Week" to set final plans for the
one-day drive.
It is emphasized by campaign of
ficials that Greater Miami's Insti
tutions, which are major benefici
anes of the (JA drive, are despcr
ately in need of funds in order t<.
continue expansion and effectivi
services to residents of this com-
munity. These agencies include:
Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home
for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish
Education, Jewish Social Service
Bureau (vocational workshop),
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and National Council of
Jewish Women 'welfare program)
Funds made available through
CJA for the United Jewish Ap-
peal and its constituent agencies
the United Israel Appeal. Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and United
Service for New Americans will
help speed Israels achievement of
economic stability and independ-
ence, "M-Day" chairman Weinkle
exDlained.
Briefing workers at a recent ral-
ly, he warned that, "although Israel
had passed the half-way mark in
its supers' effort, its enemies are
numerous and strong and seek ev-
ery opportunity to bring its
achievements to nought."
Through UJA, food, clothing and
shelter are. provided, and a vast
resettlement program is augment-
ed to aid many hundreds of-thou-
sands of newcomers to the infant
state.
A total of 54 health, welfare,
cultural, education and religious
institutions are beneficiaries of
'Greater Miami's Combined Jewish
Appeal. The single united com-
munity drive has obviated the ne-
cessity of 54 individual solicita-
tions in this community.
Candidates to Appear
It Rally on Saturday
A gigantic "AH Candidate Rally"
s being launched by the Demo-
rats of Dade County, Inc., which
< scheduled at the Electrician's
Uiditorium, 1657 NW 17th Ave.,
.n Saturday night, April 3rd, 8 p.m.
Each candidate will have an op-
portunity to give his platform on
an equal basis, as well as to meet
md talk personally with his sup-
porters, according to Thomas Ed-
ison Lee, president of the spon-
soring organization.
Pioneer Women Honor
Workers for Israel
Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, met
Thursday at the Royal Palm Hotel
to honor members for their work
in behalf of Israel.
Among those cited were the Mes-
dames Rose Esther, Molly Witner.
Pearl Gratz, Sophie Krantz and
Rose deYoung.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Miriam
Gingold, of the National Board.
Pioneer Women's Organization. In
charge of arrangements was Mrs.
Ida Powell, president.
Beach City Council
Invited to Home
Owners Banquet
Mayor Harold Shapiro and mem-
bers of the City Council have been,
invited to be guests of honor at
the fifth annual banquet of the
Stillwater Drive Home Owners As-
sociation, according to its presi-
dent, Milton Cirkle.
Also expected to attend the func-
tion, which is scheduled for April
4th at the Hotel Algiers, are City
Manager Claude A. Renshaw and
Assistant Manager Morris G. Lipp.
The diiyier is expected to draw
some 150 homeowners in the Bis-
cayne Beach section of Miami
Beach, at which time Cirkle will
make a brief report on the group's
activities.
Harry M. Rubin has been desig-
nated chairman of the arrange-
ments committee. Also serving on
the comnvttee are Mrs. Raynor
Herman, Frank Alter, Sam Picciolo
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
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possible to residents of Greater Miami and to those in need around the world.
Among those shown are scenes of the ancient tradition of learning, new immi-
grants arriving at the port of Haifa, leisure time group activities, medical exam-
inations and periodic checkup, a young new Immigrant arri^
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uV. APRILAlgJl
Jewisti tkx+u
Ut Conservation
tek Set by Johns
Iht Conservation Week in
E was proclaimed by
fc Governor Charley E. Johns
March 28th through April
Lvs the Florida Council for
Blind-
[! sight C o nservation
t the state agency for the
fis using every eMS-1.ava'1-
L impress upon the public the
m of protecting sight," said
, e. Simmons, executive di-
-t of the Council.
|e know that 50 percent of
Less is preventable," said
|Jns -and education and in-
kion is one of the most effec-
means of reducing loss of
statewide poster contest for
\\ children has been con-
Id, and hundreds of entries
"submitted. Nine winners from
hi parts of Florida will re-
| Cash prizes from Lions Clubs
tetings and school assemblies
Cg Sight Conservation Week.
[slogan contest for sjtate em-
[es, a slogan emphasizing the
| of vision was selected for use
Jisiness envelopes by light and
Ircompanies and state agen-
|The slogan to be used this
[is: "Prize Those Eyes."
Obituaries
SAMUEL RICHMAN
M. of 480 8W SZnd ct., died while at-
tending servlees at the West Miami
Jewish Center on March 27th. II,.
wan one of the founders and charter
member* of the Cantar. Mr. Richmun
la survived by his molhi'i ; (rife, It.,-,.
tnree aona, i'aui. Norman and Rob-
art; four brothei a, David, Melvln, Nor-
man and Harry; on.- aUter, Mary;
and three Kruiiiifiatighters. Kalibl Al-
fred Wax man officiated, with Miami
Klveralde in charge < arrangement!
and. burial at Mount sinai i .m,,i,i,.
ESTHER KA8AT
W, of 1327 HW llih si., died on March
tilth In n liK-al hoapltal. Sue i8 Hur-
vlved by her husband, .less,., one son
Mania; two iiHughters, Mra, Uoahri
lill.k anil Mra. Beatrice llucliultei"
and her lutrents, Mr. and Mrl Patel
Hlock. Sin- ala.i leaven three brnthera,
one alatcr and seven grandchildren.
.Sue was a past president of the Anna
Miller Circle. Remains were sent to
liiooalyn, Nan ioik, ror services and
burial by the Miami lilvei
BENJAMIN GREENSPAN
M, a winter visitor in Miami Beach,
died suddenly on March 24th at Day-
lona Ueach while returning home t>.
the Bronx. New York. He Is survived
by hii wii.-, Itae; two son.-. Arnold
and Marly. Remains were sent to
New York for services and Interment
by Hellman Funeral Home of Miami
Beach.
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MOLLIE MOHNBLATT
G5, of S25 1st St., died atkome on
Mairh 27th. ghe came Wke five
months ug front Arvene. New York,
and is surviveawy two sons, John
and Norman, ajtjcl a daughler, of
Wash I nK ton. D.CT Remains were sent
to New York for service^ and Inter-
ment by Hellman Funeral Home of
Miami Beach.
Pelle Carries
Controversy to
Supreme Court
Michael A. Pelle, a candidate for
Circuit Court Judge from Group 1,
this week carried his fight against
the mastership system to the Su-
preme Court.
Pelle called the practice "an evil
system whereby lawyers are ap-
pointed by the judge to hear cases
and are paid by the parties to a
lawsuit." Pelle contended that this
amounts to a sale of justice and
a denial of justice and, in effect
"makes it a luxury to put your
name to a lawsuit."
If Pelle is upheld, the Supreme
Court decision could have a far
reaching effect on the widespread
practice of appointing masters, ob-
servers indicated here.
Pelle further stated that the
py
Nolen Workers
e Associates
enty full-time men and wom-
mployees of Nolen Economy
rminators. Inc., 841 Biscayne
levard, were recipients Wed-
y of corporation stock total-
vcr S37.000 in present market
I, thus guaranteeing each full-
employee a share in all fu-
profits of the company.
ly Nolen, president of the
ration, made the presentation
e stock certificates at an ern-
es' dinner and family party
in the banquet room of the
Seas Restaurant. The Eligi-
mployecs each received from
to five shares of common
, depending upon their length
nice and position with the
she purpose of our new profit-
prig plan." Nolen explained, "is
[fold. It is designed to cope
I and at the same time capital-
lupon the present period of
Jomic readjustment, thus mak-
t possible for all of us to work
her as business associates,
er than as management and
" yee'. We are giving our loyal
a feeling of security and
panency.
ft are confident that this plan
[result in a closer relationship
peen the company, its em-
i and our customers.
'e feel that it is only logical
ppect that our employees, who
I now also business associates,
puraged by the sense of perm-
it ownership in, the company.
[work even more wholehearted-
Tnd enthusiastically in the best
pest of our customers."
lingo Meeting
text regular meeting of Flamin-
|^>dge and Chapter of Bnai
ti Vu be held on Wednesday,
PI 7th, 8:30 p.m., at McDow-
i Resaurant, 1200 Palm ave.,
ph. Election of officers will
Place at that time.
El'AS ZAITCHICK
7*. of 39 Washington ave., died on
mmttsn _,ih. ne cuoie from Brooklyn,
New York, ten years ago and wag a
retired carnival coftcesaionnalre. He
in survived by his wife. Minnie; two
80ns. Stanley and George; two broth-
ers and two sisters. Remains Were
sent to llrooklyn, New York, for serv-
ices and Interment by the Miami
Beach Kivcrskle.
WILLIAM KLEIN
51. winter visitor, dl.il on Saturday
Miiiill L'Tth Beach Memorial Chape
was in charge of loeaj arrangements.
MARIE EMMA RAZ
fi7, of 17r.ii Jtb it., ilii d on Saturday,
-March I7th Gordon's Funeral Home,
Miami u. a. h, was in charge or ar-
rangements.
FRANCES COHEN
74. of 4:'^x Alton nl., died on Saturday,
March -'7th Gordon's Funeral Home.
: Beach, was In charge of ar-
rangements.
MORRIS WATERMAN
52, of 519 Meridian air., died M
March 81st in a local hospital. Serv-
ices were on March 12nd at tne Star
of Pavld Cemetery, with Hellman Fu-
neral Home In charge. Mr. Waterman
Is survived by his wife, Dorothy: two
sons, Sheldon and Bernard; and two
sisters and three brothers.
bute to Einstein
Imonseiden, director of the
"" Forum of the Air." will
? a tribute to Prof. Albert
Fein on the occasion of the
N*'i 75th birthday. The spe-
! Program is slated for Sunday
**m8. April 4th, 10:30 a.m., over
'<"> WMIE.
SOPHIE SAPERO
It, of 4L'7r. Nautilus dr., died March
23rd In New York. She hud been a
resident here for 29 years. A native
of Paris, France, she was a member
of Temple l.-rael, the Children's Car-
dlac lion .-. ll.'idassah and other char-
itable organizations She is survived
hv her husband. Lawreecera daugh-
ter, Mrs. Pearl Usher: a brother, Abe
and her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Jacob Leraer. ..li ol Miami I
Services were on March 2*>th at Tem-
! i. i rael, with Interment in Mount
Neho Cemetery under the direction of
Miami BeaCb Riverside.
ROSE LIPSKY
died here. Bervlces were In Mount
Nei, Cemetery on March 2t'th. with
(Gordon's Funeral Home, Miami, in
ill.ne of arrangements.
EOA LEES,
84, of KM N\V Uth ter.. died on
March 24th at home. She had visited
here for the pa"t month, coming from
West New York, New Jersey. She
was a member of the Workmen "Cir-
cle and Is survived by_ her husband
Morris: three sons, Charles. I tarry_and
Sam: two daughters. Mrs. Rose; K ess -
ler and Mrs. David Adler: a brother
Ellis Friedman; and three sisters, Mrs.
Ida Graff. Mrs. Roso Fcldman and
Mrs. Ubbv Cohen. Services were on
March 25th In the Miami Chapel of
Cordon's Funeral Home. Interment
was In Mount Slnal Cemetery.
ABRAHAM KOWALSKV
T. Of SS Collins ave died on March
!4th Cordons Funeral Home. Miami
Beach, was In charge of arrangements.
LEV!
PLUMBING COMPANY
"Established 1924"
2141 8 SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
f941 N.W. Soventh Avenu* Phon 89-1676
te ^Hc Learns Quickly Where To Shop Beat
k Edtaon CenterOpen Sundoya
Mr. end Mrs. Michoel Pelle
mastership system is a legal virus
"that Ras bred doubt and mockery
as to the meaning of Justice be-
tween the parties to the lawsuit."
The possibility of a political
patrongage system was also pro-
tested by Pelle in that the special
masters are paid high fees and in
return are obligated to the incum-
bent when he seeks reelection.
Pelle said that it does not make
sense to have a constitutional pro-
vision calling for the election (of
judges to determine controversies
and then have lawyers appointed
who, in reality, decide these con-
troversies with the judge acting
as a mere figurehead or rubber
stamp.
Pelle is reportedly the first Flor-
ida attorney to have challenged
this special mastership practice.
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A |gw SMi.e wall to todlo City se-
edier foixoui orlrottiost. <00 eMrec-
live reoeii, each w*h private both nee!
radio. (TelevitioB ooailoble on reqwesM
Aael beat ol oH loaerate roei r>e
$4 single-^K double
Garage Aecommodoliont
Wrile tor FREE detcriptive booklet
and "Special Courtesy Card"
Joseph Lorintr, MaBoging Director
johs J. finnell, Monooer
sident
4ITH IJ, WESrOf ttOAOWAT
Doris Day and Robert Cummings are teamed romantically in
Warner Bros. CinemaScope musical, "Lucky Me," which open-
ed for a world premiere showing on Wednesday at the Para-
mount, Beach and Gables Theatres. The WarnerColor film
frolic also stars Phil Silvers, Nancy Walker and Eddy Foy,
Jr., in a movie set against lush and luxurious Miami Beach
background, filmed in CinemaScope. In person for the pre-
mieie were Robert Cummings, Phil Silvers, Nancy Walker
and Ray Heindorf, musical director for the Warner Bros.
Studio.
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as
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RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutb, takes
personal care ol the order of K ash ruth
Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at Hie farms and
the pasteurizing and bottling plants
TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
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J^wiislWEIIiDipidliigun
FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1954
SEC. B
cal Leaders Urge Support
Of Combined Jewish Appeal
Weinkle. president of the
|r Miami Jewish Federation,
as chairman of "Dedication
'and M-Day, this week made
blowing statement concerning
r Miami's responsibility in
E54 Cobincd Jewish Appeal:
fe with a sense of historic re-
fbility that the people of
tr Miami must approach M-
the 1954 Combined Jewish
fl drive. There is in us all
awareness of history. It is
I air. It is as if we were liv-
Lrt of those who will receive
fid. For it is during our Com-
IJewish Appeal drive that we
grow to feel that we
tr others as well as ourselves.
[giving to our local campaign,
iy ourselves strongly and ub-
Cngly with the people of Is-
|a people whose great demo-
I achievements are now threat-
|by trade barriers, blockade of
ng, political harassment and
lr marauders. Let's make the
line effort that is needed to
Israel's march toward eco-
freedom in the face of these
(rs.
giving, we do our share to-
[ fulfilling the Combined Jew-
appeal goal of $1,491, 806 to
crt its worldwide and local
nitarian programs,
et us say with one voice, with
nination and passion, that in
[the homeless, the oppressed,
lick and the broken will not
I alone. And let us say, with
I resolve that we stand with
ople of Israel,
we make the supreme effort
human needs and historic
(i demand they will not
I alone and Israel and all vhu
M on it will achieve at last
ue measure of peace by win-
| economic freedom.
answer this historic chal-
when the CJA volunteer
es to your door Sunday, April
welcome him because he
our neighbor and friend com-
an errand of mercy. He is
ling you meet your responsi-
to your city, to your institu-
te your people. And when
iks for your pledge give all
can, as never before to our
Ker Miami Combined Jewish
IL"
!U campaign chairman Aaron
IKanner discussed the current
Biaign slogan "They Must Not
pd Alone." at a meeting of the
aign cabinet early this week
Shelborne Hotel.
herallying cry of Greater Mi-
ami's Combined Jewish Appeal
drive to finance its life-building
and life-saving programs in 1954
is ... 'They Must Not Stand Alone.'
But who are 'They?'
"They are the democratic-mind-
ed people of Israel 335,000 of
them who will be directly aided
through our annual drive.
'They are 130,000 men, women
and children in European and Mos-
lem lands, victims of oppression,
who live on the brink of despair
and must be aided back to health
and happiness.
"They are the newcomers to the
United States who must be helped
to adjust to our American way of
life.
"Included in the 'they' are the
vigorous and able, who only wait
for the tools and a chance, to help
themselves. Jtiso included are the
aged, the handicapped and the or-
phaned who cannot go on without
our aid. But all, wherever they
are, in Israel, Europe or North Af-
rica, or in our own land, are peo-
ple marked by a common char-
acteristic: they oelieve in freedom.
"In the past 16 years, we are
proud to say that our community,
through the CJA, has more than
held its own in providing the need-
ed funds to carry on the UJA's
great programs of human salva-
tion, programs that have already
helped save more than 2,300,000
lives. But, as you can see, there
is still much to be done. Lives
saved from tyranny and oppres-
sion must be rebuilt.
"We feel it is our solemn re-
sponsibility to urge everyone to
support, with all our hearts, our
CJA drive to muster these life-
saving funds so that wherever Jew-
ry is in need in Israel, in our
own community anywhere
we shall meet that need and as-
sert, with determination: "They
Must Not Stand Alone."
Prominent women in Greater Mi-
ami who are playing an ever in-
creasing important role in commu-
nity philanthropy will take their
position in the front rank of vol-
unteers working in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal on M-Day,
Sunday, April 4th.
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, co-chairmen of the
Women's Division, which last year
exceeded its campaign quota, have
announced that volunteers are rap-
idly enrolling for service in the
oneday neighborhood canvas.
"The essence of the Women's Di-
vision fund raising effort for Com-
bined Jewish Appeal this year is:
Our hearts plus our hands equal
their future," said the entrgetic
co-chairmen urging women In the
final all-out effort of the drive.
Referring to the aid-program sup-
porting Israel's economy, the lead-
ers stated: "Joining our heart! and
our hands, we can vastly improve
the lives of the aged, the sick, the
widows, the babies, the children,
the" youth. We can be instrumental
in producing homes and farms
in bringing closer the day when
those who must now depend on us
are independent of aid and fully
self-suporting.
"As women always do, we are
combining the sympathy and warm
fellowship we feel for our less for-
tunate brothers and sisters with
sober realism expressed in strong
financial support," Mrs. Lehrman
and Mrs. Ablin stated.
The energetic co-chairmen ex-
plained that the women's gifts in
the CJA drive must be a "plus"
gift, entirely separate from their
husbands' contributions and that no
matter how small the increase, it
represents a tangible aid to those
less fortunate. A successful "plus"
campaign will result in increased
understanding, increased devotion
and increased contributions al.'
along the line, the Women's D>
visio.1 co-chairmen declared.
Professor Albert Einstein, on the occasion of his 75th birthday,
receives a scale model of the Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine. The model was presented by Dr. Samuel Belkin (third
from left), president of Yeshiva University, and New York
State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein (third from
right), national campaign chairman of the College of Medicine.
Looking on are (left to right) Michael M. Nisselson, director of
development of Yeshiva University; Max J. Etra, chairman of
the University's Board of Trustees; Max Stem, vice chairman
of the Board; and Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, dean of the new col-
lege. |
Testimonial Presented
To Dr. Albert Einstein
PRINCETON, New JerseyProfessor Albert Einstein celebrated his
75th birthday here, as world leaders in science, education, govern-
ment and the arts joined in tribute to him on the occasion.
Prime Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel, Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
chairman of the Jewish Agency, and ten Nobel Prize winners were
among 60 distinguished scientists, educators and statesmen who con-
tributed to a birthday testimonial
volume in honor of the world fam-
ous scientist.
Messages from former President
Harry S. Truman, Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, Lester B. Pearson, Sec-
retary of State for External Affairs
for the Dominion of Canada, and
Luigi Einaudi, President of Italy,
are among those in the volume.
The volume was presented to
Prof. Einstein at a quiet ceremony
at his home by a delegation repre-
senting the Albert Einstein College
of Medicine of Jeshiva University.
The volume was sponsored by the
College which was named for Prof.
Einstein on his last birthday.
Deeply moved by the many birth-
day messages he received from all
parts of the world, Prof. Einstein
ing him by establishing its new
College of Medicine in his name.
In behalf of Israel, Mr. Sharett
cabled the following message:
"Albert Einstein, scientist, phil-
osopher, humanitarian, stands out
in this century a giant among men.
Genius of mind rare in any age,
he possesses a nobility of heart,
purity of soul and a passionate
idealism which make him also a
great human being. His life has
thus been devoted to bringing
about a better understanding by
man not only of his universe but
also of his fellowmen.
"As a Jew, he has brought glory
to his people and honor to their
name by his wisdom, scientific
expressed his deep appreciation.' eminence and unswerving struggle
He also expressed his gratitude for human freedom. If his intellect
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Iraq Shows Strength in Revolution
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONS Now that
we have had time to assess the lat-
est upheaval in the Middle East, it
is generally agreed here that Iraq
has emerged from .it*jn ajmtieh
stronger position than e,yer}>eiofe
and. Ulflt the, movq for a Greater
Syria *s now a distinct and lively-
threat to Israel. This is not the view
of the so-called neutral observers
here with a knowledge of the area
but also of the Arab correspond-
ents.
It is little wonder, therefore, that
Premier Moshe Sharett and other
Israeli leaders in the Knesset
should draw attention to the dan-
raeli frontier.
Mr. Sharett has issued a warn-
ing that "if there should be any
change in the identity of the coun-
tries around us through fusion or
annexation, such as to be detrimen
against a Greater Syria as it would
threaten Egypt's leadership of the
Arab League and its position in the
Middle East. However, although
General Mohammed Naguib would
seem to have won the game of
tal to our security we shall be,x*ree political chairs, the prestige of the
_i..L... Cajro government is *o low Jlhat
to take precautionary measures.
The Israeli Prime Minister did not
mix his words; he could not. for
the question of peace and war is
involved.
The former Syrian dictator. Col-
onel Adib Shishekly. was adamant-
ly opposed to any kind of federa-
tion which would mean the pre-
dominance of Iraq. Now. he is gone,
and although the new Syrian prrsi-
dent who was president before can-
not be said to be a proponent of
ger in this development, for, of all the Greater Syrian movement, the
it is unlikely te be able to prevent
the Iraquis from realising their am
bitions The Saudi Arabians, who
are a somewhat primitive people
but very anti-Iraq, may take to
arms.
The quarrels among the oppos-
ing Arab factions, the pro-Greater
Syria and the anti, the Hashemites
and their feudal opponents, have
not been settled, and they are just
as likely to break out again and
cause another upheaval like the
the Arab States that took up arms
against the infant Jewish State.
Iraq is the only one which has not
signed an armistice. Its bellicose
intransigeance could be ignored at
the time the armistice agreements
were negotiated as Iraq does not I
have a common border with Is
rael: however, a Greater Syria
would put a hostile Iraq on Jhe Is-1
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forces behind him are in favor of
it. Furthermore, the Syrian presi
dent. El Atassi. is an old and fee-
ble man compared with the young
and vigorous Iraqui premier. Dr.
Fadhil El Jamali. who was one of
the most vicious anti-Zionists when
he was a delegate here at the Unit-
ed Nations
The Egyptians have always been
Kabbi Calls Near
East 'Melting Pot*
"The State of Israel is now the
melting pot of the Near East, and
out of the fusion of the various
strands and cultural backgrounds
there will be formed a new type of
an Israeli, combining the faith of
the past and the culture of tomor-
row "
This was part of the prediction of
Itabln Menachem M. Porush, Israeli
educator and editor of a Jerusalem
daily, at a lecture last Saturday
to a capacity audience at Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah.
The speaker was introduced by
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual
leader and also a native Israeli,
who briefly described the mission
of Rabbi Porush in the United
States. Rabbi Porush is a fourth
generation Sabra.
Leaders oi the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida
are shown preparing for a buffet dinner on Saturday, April
iOth, by the Council to women delegates attending the 18th
annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai
3'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters in Miami Beach. Shown
pre (left to right) Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, president. B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of South Florida; Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman
of the dinner; and Mrs. David Alper, president. Miami Beach
3'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, at whose home the function will
oe held. Co-chairman for the dinner is Miss Edith Simmons.
The State B'nai B'rith Convention will take place at the Bilt-
more Terrace Hotel. Miami Beach, Amil 10th-12th.
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has warned the United States that
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endanger Israel but would stoke up
the furnaces of Arab revolts and
vendettas. "The guns," he told the
Knesset recently, "will always be
turned inwardsinside each coun-
try and inside the region, both
against Israel and fo further the
lust for expansion and domination
of one Arab country against an-
other."
The anarchy and confusion in the
Middle East are ail too apparent
to everyone except the bemused
officials of the State Department.
If the troubles there would not
prevent them from distributing
arms and ammunition so liberally,
then, the fact that the new Syrian
defense minister, Rafaat Khankan
is so much of a pro-Communist that
he has publicly advocated a mutual
security pact with the Soviet
Union, should make them think
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:ts Awarded for Construction of
lemorial; Groundbreaking on 11th
irman. president. Dave,
% A.blin Fund co-chair-
T i Bernbaum. building
chairman, announced
,t contracts have been
. jhc immediate con-
"the new Ablin Memo-
jig of (he Jewish Home
feed.
Creaking ceremonies, ac-
[Phillips, will be held on
pril Hth. 2 p.m., on the
ounds. 150 NE 53rd st.,
j Jacob M. Arvey, boy-
fefetime friend of the late
will preside.
kail pay tribute to Jack
the Jewish community
IT Miami which has sup-
so generously in this
(needed facility for our
\illips said. "More than
U are expected to join
lot only for the ground-
[ceremonies, but also to
Home's pioneer leaders.
[dedicated to the pioneers
Veiled on April 11th."
stated that "after
tin Named President
lesy Committee
jnstein, president of the
each Realty Board, has
ointed chairman of the
(each Chamber of Com-
ourtesy Committee for
Freeland B. Cresap,
president announced
served as first chair-
I the Courtesy Committee
krs ago when savings bonds
ftre given to local citizens
by letter for' unusual
tesy.
epting the appointment,
said, "this community
ntul doubbe dose re.mii)-
or visitors wili m
proportion to the treatment
eive while guests in oujr
anizational meeting has
lied for Friday, at p.nt,
item's Lincoln Road offic^e.
Palsy Tnit
h Meet
formed Miami Women's
| United Cerebral Palsy' held
meeting recently at the
I Cerebral Palsy clinic at
1st-St.
foward Engle, medical di-
the clinic, addressed the
and explained different
[of cerebral palsy to the
nistrator Franklin Saun-
addressed the meeting
Wained to the Miami Worn-
Wt its primary functions
officers of the Miami
I's Unit of United Cerebral
Vre president, Mrs. Claire
recording secretary, Mrs.
i Nunley; corresponding sec-
IMrs. Gerald Klkin; and Mrs.
iFinn, chairman of the Nom-
| Committee.
meeting of the newly form-
\ *ill take place on Monday,
rM15 p.m.. at the clinic.
more than a year of joint planning
with the Greater Jewish Federa-
tion, including visits to Homes in
other communities, and consulta-
tions with outstanding, lay and pro-
fessional leaders in tie aged field
throughout the country, we are
convinced that the great need in
institutional care is for modern fa-
cilities and programs which not
only make possible adequate care,
but enable us to exert every effort
toward the rehabilitation of the
sick and incapacitated aged.
"The Ablin Memorial," he added,
"is being built specifically for
these purposes, and we are certain
it will be outstanding for its con-
struction, functional qualities and
beauty. We are proud that the
press, university officials, social
workers and leaders in gerontology
have commented with some favor
on our forward-looking philosophy
and programs."
Bernbaum said he had been in
community work for many years,
"but never liefore have I experi-
enced such interest, encourage-
ment, and selfless, devoted work
from so many in our community.
It is a bumbling and enriching ex-
perience for which we of the Home
shall be everlastingly grateful."
Kurman, who had vowed a year
ago that the planning for the Ablin
Memorial would be "the most care-
ful in the history of the Jewish
community," spoke in glowing
terms of the work of Bernbaum and
' his committee.
In addition to Bernbaum, other
members of the building committee
are'Jack earner, chairman of the
steering committee, Leon B. Jacobs
and Barney B. Lee, co-chairmen,
Sidney Ansin. Col. Jack Arvey,
Daniel M. Broad, Ben Fleeman, Dr.
Samuel Gertman, Jim Kopelowitz,
Dave Phillips, Baron de Hirsch
Mejrej", and A. -J. Paul. Federation
4 rjJBresenlatives on the committee
re Emir Gould, Sam Resnick arid
fikc. Ganger. ^
Arrangements for the pioneer
ceremonies are being planned by a
committee lead by Judge Harold B.
Spaet; Mrs. Benjamin Appel /nd
Dajtiel Broad. The names of SO
pioneers a ire inscribed on the
plaque, and ipdividual scrolls will
he presented. A number who now
live in other sections of the coun-
try'have already indicated they will
make special trips to Miami to be
here for the occasion.
Library Slates Magic Carpet Film Series
The Miami Public Library will
present its "Magic Carpet" film
series on April 8th at 1, 3 and 8
p.m.
The audience will travel in the
United States to Washington State,
along The Santa Fe Trail and on
Lake Superior. '" '
Free tickets are required for this
Weekly Card Game Due
Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadas-
sah will hold its weekly minyon
card game for Youth Aliyah at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday,
April 8th, 1 p.m.
program. They may be obtained at
the Main Library and Branches
starting Monday, April 5th, at 6
p.m.
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Dr. Friedl Named to Top Summer Post
At University of Andes in Bogota
Director general of summer ses- tention. One of the guest speakers
dons at one of South America's
i.-tinguished universities will be
one of the University of Miami's
internationally known scholars.
The University of the Andes at
Bogota, Colombia, has appointed
Dr. Bert hold C. Friedl. I'M Pro
lessor of Romance Languages, to
the top executive post for this
summer. He will also be visiting
Professor of Linguistics, teaching
.methods for foreign language
study.
Friedl. who teaches Russian al-
so at the university here, was
during Language Week *JU Dr.
Daniel Arango. vice rector of the
University of Jte Aades. who
stressed the need Cgr language
studies in inter-American under-
standing.
In his official notification of Dr.
Friedl's appointment as summer
director of the Colombian univer-
sity. Dr. Mario Lasern. rector,
wrote hopefully that this appoint-
ment would be the first step in
establishing a "Miami.-Bogota axis"
of cultural interchange.
Dr. Friedl. graduate of the Ini
chairman of UM's recent Language versity of Chicago, earned his doc-
Week, which attracted national at-j torate degree in letters at the I'm-
---------------------------------------------- versity of Paris. He joined the UM
Odham to Seek
Check on Of tire
Of Uorornor
language faculty in 1946. as Pro-
fessor Of Romance Languages and
Russian.
Several years ago. the govern
ment of Israel honored Dr. Friedl
Candidate for governor of Flor-' with an official tour of the coun-
ida. Brailey Odham. this week i try. during which he was guest
pledged "to put the people's gov-! spVaker at the three major Israeli
trnment out on top of the table I universities.
and to give them the machinery to \ He wj|| ,pave wj(h his famjly
check and correct unsound condi- for Bogo(a a, ,ne pnd o( ( M-. (llI
* [rent semester in June.
Organizer of the talkathon and ____________________
runnerup to the late Governor Dan PPU r)rrviri Sisterhood
McCarty in 1952. Odham listed oth l,em UaTlfl J"88
tr planks m his platform which Plans Donor Luncheon
elude expansion ol agricultural Bt>tn Davjd sisterhood will hold i
and indust:;.,
notion
development and a donor iuncht.on at the Di Lido
Hotel on Thursday. April 7th. 12
The Sanford businessman declar-
noon. Co-chairmen of the event are
that be is dedicated "to develop Mrv M(.,t.r Fort.r and Mr>- San,
through education, research. 3a(|aru.s
promotion and the incomparable .....
tiv<..... a truly free-en,.rpr,~e ***** *reD *" M1?d"ea Sjd-
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ija Mnowto, Nathan Speigelman and
Odham also reiterated his 1952 Krank A Rose
stand for constitutional revision. In- The Sisterhood also plans a jun-
cluding a proposed amendment to ior spder for some 600 pupils of
empower the legislature, by pe- 'he Beth David Religious Schools
tition of two thirds of its members.1 on Sunday morning. April 11th
to call itself into session for a Mrs Ida Hartz will be chairman,
specific purpose including inves-1 The group held its regular Board
tigation and impeachment, thus meeting on Wednesday. Hostesses
giving the people a constant chec!; were ,he Mesdames Rose. Herbert
on the governor, whether he ba
me or anyone else "
Odham also advocated revision
< l the succession article to provide
for the secretary of state to assume
the duties of the governor's office
on the death or disability of the
governor. "The late Governor Mc-
Carty proposed the same method,"
Odham declared.
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Cowart Pledges
Impartiality in Office
Faris Cowart. seeking the office
of Dade County purchasing agent,
this week said that "this job is
one of the most important elective
offices in our county, as it is the
medium through which a great deal
of the taxpayers' money is expend-
ed."
In the event he is elected, Cow-
art indicated that he would estab-
lish a basis of impartiality in the
handling of bids submitted by
those businessmen in the area who
wish to do business with Dade
County.
"I will be truly concerned with
securing the best quality of com-
modities required for the least
money in order that I shall expend
the taxpayers' dollar wisely and
properly." the candidate promised.
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art are at 1177 SW 8th St. A mem
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lional Conference Launches New
rive; Miami Pledged for $750,000
fjTON. DC Express-
Linaiim. to "'and be-
ople of irael in resist-
iSming Arab hostility
International Planning
7te Israel last weekend
worldwide campaign
Be of Israel Bonds, to
economy of Israel
ent crisis.
. 0f Miami, newly
Crman of the Greater
1(k of Israel Organiza-
3 the sale of $750,000
evelopment Bonds dur-
this community,
ous vote, the three-day
con f erence which
tether more than 900
om the United States,
bun America and West-
, in the most representa-
tg on Israel ever to be
i country, pledged their
comradeship and re-
|the people of Israel to
resist and overcome
llity. (o preserve their
td to build a productive
life in peace."
JLosphere of great con-
fce future of Israel, the
I officially inaugurated a
campaign to raise $75,-
|1954 out el :i total Bond
^50.000.000 for the indus-
gricultural development
ortance of the new De-
Bond Issue to Israel in
of crii-is for the young
Lnmcd by leading repre-
fof both the United States
including Senators Her-
khman, of New York, and
frguson. of Michigan, Dr.
bh, Minister of Develop-
he State of Israel, and Is-
tssador Abba Eban.
ent to which all elements
tan Jewry are cooperating
fcpport of the new Israel
lent Bond Issue was re-
j the participation in the
fce of Philip Klutznick,
I B'nai B'nth; Dr. Irving
airman. American Zionist
|Mrs Rebecca Shulman,
of Hadassah, Women's
brganization of America;
bh J Schwartz, executive
jinan of the United Jew-
al. which raises funds for
linn settleinent in Israel:
n Freeman, president of
Icil of Jewish Federations
are Funds an ;i>sociation
Icnmmumty organizations
lise funds tor Israel and
I,, -
Ihwartz pointed out that
Israel Bonds and the Unit-
i Appeal are the two prin-
Innels of financial aid for
Id that both should receive
intensified support from American
Jews.
"There should be no question in
the minds of anyone about the ef-
forts of the United Jewish Appeal
and the Israel Bond Issue. Both are
of vital importance to the survival,
welfare and upbuilding of Israel, f
Both require the intensified sup-
port of American Jews, and of
America's Jewish community."
The first dramatic demonstra-
tion of response to the new Israel
Bond Issue in strengthening Israel
in the present situation came when
Klutznick announced that the mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith, which is the
largest and oldest Jewish frater-
nal order in the world, would make
itself responsible for the sale of
seven and a half million dollars in
Israel Bonds during 1964.
The formation of a new national
organization to be known as the
"Guardians of Israel," consisting
of Americans who are rendering
outstanding service to the develop-
ment of the State of Israel, was an-
nounced at the Conference by Jul-
ian B. Venezky, chairman of the
executive Committee of the Israel
Bond Organization. Judge Louis E.
Levinthal of Philadelphia, distin-
guished American Jewish leader,
was chosen national chairman.
As evidence of the importance
that is attached to the extension of
the Israel Bond drive to ther coun-
tries, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., for-
mer Secretary of the United States
Treasury, was named to head the
International Committee for the
Simunhoff to Speak
Harry Simonhoff, Miami attor-
ney, author and columnist for The
Jewish Floridian, will be gue;t
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 St.
and Ocean Ct., Miami Beach. Sim-
onhoff's topic will bez "The Jews
of India." Charles H. Lee will pre-
side. A question and answer per-
iod will follow the lecture by the
world traveler.
Seated is world famous Cantor Pinchik accepting his 20th High
Holy Day engagement at Congregation Knesses Israel Nusach
Sfard in Chicago. Left to right are David S. Scheffner, Mayor
Harold Shapiro, Joseph Hyman, Cantor Pinchik's representa-
tive, and Morris S. Kite, president of the Chicago congregation.
Signing of the contract took place at a luncheon held in the
Strath Haven Hotel on Miami Beach.
campaign. Morgenthau had pre-
viously served as chairman of the
Board of Governors jot tne Israel
Bond Issue which was initiated in
May, 1951, and which has resulted
in the raising of more than $161,-
000.000 for the upbuilding of Is-
rael's economy.
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tinue in their present posts are
Rudolf G. Sonneborn, president of
the State of Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; Julian B. Venezky of Peoria,
chairman of the Executive Commit-
tee; and Henry Montor, vice presi-
dent and chief executive officer.
Melvin Dubinsky, former chair-
man of the Israel Bond drive in St.
Louis, was selected to head the
National Community Leadership
Division for the purpose of enlist-
ing new leadership on the local
level for the Israel Bond campaign
which is to be integrated as a per-
manent part of community effort
in behalf of Israel.
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Israel Alerted; Government
Calls Massacre Warlike Act
TEL AVIV (WNS) The mas-
sacre of eleven Israelis by Jordan-
ian forces may not ignite a war,
but it could well serve to imbal-
ance the precarious armistice if
it is followed by another serious
incident and raucous anti-Israel
propaganda in the Arab capitals
of the area. This, according to in-
formed circles here, is the implica-
tion of the report that the Foreign
Ministry- had instructed its diplo-
matic representatives abroad to
alert the world to the dangers im-
plicit in the situation and to pro-
test against the shipment of arms
to the Arab states.
Israel's Views on Negev
Massacre Presented to British
LONDON iJTA) The British
' Government was formally apprised
I here of the views of the Israel
Government on the Arab massacre
of 11 Jews in the Negev bus am-
rbusn. Eiiahtt Elath. the Israel Am
bassador. called at the Foreign Of-
fice and conferred with Selwxn
Lloyd, the Minister of State, about
i the situation The press here rc-
j ports that the feeling is prevalent
I in Tel Aviv that if the Western
I Powers do not either directly
or through the United Nations
| root out the causes of unrest in the
1 Middle East, the Israel Govern
ment will be forced to take mat-
ters into its own hands.
Jordan Turns Down Invitation
For Direct Talks with Israel
JERUSALEM WNS >The Unit-
ed Nations invitation to Jordan for
direct high-level talks with Israel
on armistice problems has been
turned down by the Jordanian Gov-
ernment in a memorandum believ-
ed now to be in the hands of UN
Secretary General Dag Hammar-
skjoid. The invitation was extend-
ed pursuant to Article 12 of the
Armistice Agreement which pro-
vides that such a meeting nwt be
held whenever one of the parties
to the agreement requests it. Jor-
dan on previous occasion- refu-ed
to attend such talk-
UJA Gets $20,000,000 Loan
From Bank in New York
MEW VnKK fWNS The Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal ol Greater New
York announced that it had re-
~20.000.000 from
seven New York hank- and that
the mone) would be utilized to aid
Israel The loan i> part of a nation-
wide program liy the national
United Jewish Appeal to borrow
S75.000.000 for five uar, from Jew
ish community chesta and welfare
funds. Edward If. M. Warburg,
general chairman of the national
appeal, reported a total of S38.
205.000 in bank loan- to date.
Germans Must Keep Begging
Forgiveness, Physician Says
DUSSELDORF (WNS) Ger-,
mans "should keep begging for-
giveness of Jews with contrition in ]
our hearts, and we must strive to |
make amends to the best of our
ability" for the crimes committed
against Jews, Dr Laura Schaeffer. \
prominent woman physician, de-!
dared here after returning from a j
ten week visit to Israel where she !
examined a number of Jewish vie- i
tims of Nazi experiments. A fer-
vent Zionist, the 32-year-old non-
Jewiah physician studied Hebrew
in her birthtown where she knew
no Jews.
Security Council will get
Resolution on Suez Blockade
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
1 United Nations Security Council
has resumed its consideration of
Israel's complaint on Egypt's block-
ade of the Suez Canal and the Gulf
of Aqaba against Israel-bound ship
ping. A resolution on this bWM
was presented at a meeting by the
representative of New Zealand. A
draft of the New Zealand resolu-
tion, circulated among the mem-
bers of the Security Council, ex
pressed "grave concern" that Egypt
has not complied with the Security
Council resolution of September.
1951. to end the Suez Canal block-
ade and calls upon Egypt to do so
in the future.
Berlin Jews Complain of Drop
In Indemnification Payments
BERLIN (JTA) There has
been a Mrtoui decrease in the
amount of indemnification pay-
ments made by the Berlin authori-
ties, Rolf Lowenberg. an official of
the West Berlin Jewish Commu-
nity, told a meeting here of a Nazi
victims organization. Mr Lowen-
berg reported that whereas Berlin
had paid Nazi victims 7.000.000
marks in indemnification payments
last August, the city WU now av-
eraging less than 2.000.000 marks
a month.
Honor Italian Police Official
Who Aided Jews During War
NEW YORK (WNS) Promi-
nent American Jewish and Italian
leaders joined here this week in
a demonstration of tribute to Man
DiMarco, Rome police marshal and
hero of the Italian underground
movement during the war. who
clandestinely saved hundreds of
Jews from the fate of torture and
death in Nazi concentration camps.
Signor DiMarco, now on a vistt to
this country, had been a Rome po-
lice marshal when Mussolini as-
cended to power. He retained the
post under Fascist rule, but when
the second world war erupted and
Mussolini abdicated to Hitler, he
became a leading figure in the
Italian underground.
Anti-Semite Gets Suspended
Sentence for Posting Stickers
DAVENPORT. Iowa (WNS)
Robert Milner, who confessed to
having pasted anti-Semitic stickers
on store windows in this city, Mo-
line and adjacent towns in Illinois,
was given a thirty-day suspended
sentence by the local court. An-
other culprit, Edward Reed Fields,
admitted involvement only in the
Illinois incident, and the police
did not book him on the Daven-
port incident for lack of sufficient
evidence.
German Radio Broadcasts
Compositions by Schoenberg
COLOGNE (JTA) A week af
ter the world of music was stirred
by the triumphal Hamburg world
premiere of Jewish composer Arn-
old Schoenberg's opera MMo*
Aron." a Hebrew work of hi- ]ir
Profundis." was broadcast here for
the first time. Vienna-born Schoen-
berg, the pioneer of atonal music.
was deeply concerned with the
treatment of specifically Jewish
subjects and themes. The text of
"De Profundis" is that of the 130th
Pslam. one of the 12 which Schoen-
berg planned to set to music when
death overtook him in California
three years ago.
Groups Urge Regulation of
Congressional Investigations
NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish re
ligious and civic organizations have
issued a joint statement through
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council, urging regula
tion of Congressional investigating
committees to prevent exceeses.
The statement advances 10 princi
pies for the guidance of Congres-
sional investigating committees de-
signed "to insure fairness, to aid
the committees in discovering the
facts and t6 strengthen and bol-
ster public confidence in legisla-
tive investigations."
Kiijjji'l AnnounccK
Platform II(*<*
Max P. Engel. candidate for the
Board of Public Instruction from
District 2. this week said that, if
eleeted. he will do everything he
can to check "the current rampant
trend towards juvenile delinquen-
cy."
The candidate explained that
Dado's school system can help all
parents "offer and induce our
young people to engage in useful
activity which the school system
-hould provide."
The 31 year-old attorney, who i-
a member of the firm of Lewim
& Engel. also said that he will sup-
port kindergartens for children
who have reached the Bgl of five.
better bus transportatwn for all
rural areas, compensation of ov-
ertime work for all teacher per-
sonnel, establishment ol a Plan
ning Board to anticipate future
needs and future school sites 2nd
an Appraisal Board to reduce the
cost of condemnation and negoti-
ation.
Engel said that he is also for
"the pinpointing of responsibility
of policy-making directives in the
Board of Public Instruction and the
pinpointing of administrative re-
sponsibility in the County Superin-
tendent."
The candidate is a graduate of
the University of Miami Bu.-iness
School and received the LLB de-
gree at the I'M Law School. A
resident here for the past eight
years, he is married and active in
the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Knights of Pythias and is vice
president of the Grapelaad Heights
Civic Association.
Israel Naval Frigate to Bring
Rothschilds' Remains to Israel
HAIFA (JTA) An Israeli naval
frigate left here for Marseilles
where it will take on the coffins
of the late Baron and Baroness
Edmund de Rothschild for reburial
at Zichron Yaacov in Israel. The
vessel is due at Marseilles next
Friday. While in the French port,
the officers and crew of the Israeli
vessel will play host to Marseilles
Jews and French naval and govern-
ment officials.
Rabbis Honored
At Reception
Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, president
of the Yavne Seminary in New
York, and Babhi Jacob Shapiro,
president of the Lsraeli Seminary!
the Mahon Mashal. were honored
on Thursday night. March 25th, at
the Grossinger Pahcoast Hotel.
Mr. Jessie Grossinger and her
son. Paul, were hosts at the rccep
tion. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of
Temple Emanu El. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovskv. of
Beth Tefilah Congregation, and
Kabbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Acadcmv, brought
greetings in behalf of Miami
Jew ry
Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami
Beach welcomed the guests and
presented them with the kevs to
the City.
Rabbis Nathan and Jacob Sha-
piro some 30 years ago. upon their
arrival from Israel to America, es-
tai.iM.ed the Jewish Seminary
known as Yavne Academy This
seminary has to its credit more
than a thousand graduates who live
in various parts of America
Upon the proclamation of the
wen't JT- ^bb' Jacob shPiro
*ent to Israel and in Jerusalem
organized Mahon Mashal Seminar?
for the Purpose of preparing teach-
ers and social workers there
Rabbi David Shapiro, the son of
Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, wa ,he
chairman of the reception and is
P .-sently spiritual leader of Tern
Pic Sinai in Hollywood
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)AY. APRIL j-J-954 '..
inii*'*1 Here
C conurbation that received
Trier this week will celebrate
Kdicatinn of its new building
iTdav afternoon, April 4th, at
t on the northwest corner of
jsi'rcet and Prairie Avenue, Mi-
I Beach
L Beth Israel Congregation
1 *ervc those traditional Jews
led in the 41st st. area. "Pr-
fcr attention will be given to
modern voung men and women
Ke Jewish faith, who are de-
Id and dedicated to the basic
triples of traditional Judaism,"
trdjnn io Morris Weinstein,
feldent of the pew Beth Israel
igrcgation.
Dur synagogue will be unique
bees and other functions will
led by the lay members of our
Wgation," Weinstein explain-
\Ve believe in the complete
kicipation of our members as
I as our worshippers. This will
e all the opportunity to use their
|nts and assist in the complete
Igram of our institution."
lenior member of the Board of
fctees. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron,
Hoist in the religious part of
dedication exercises on Sun-
(embers of the Board of Trus-
are Rabbi Andron, Siegfried
ndhcim, Isadore Friedman, Ja-
i Kaufman, Dr. Irwin Makovsky,
i Rappaport. Samuel Sakols and
|n Salomon.
brth Shore Lodge
Selects Mannheimer
iMiitun 1! Mannheimer has been
|animously icelected president of
North Shore Lodge, B'nai
rith for a second term.
[Also unanimously relected were
|ck Wilson, treasurer, and GeorgC
' Levcn.-on. chaplain
(New officers named are David
tnton. Jerome Green, Tobias Si-
on and Jack Wein, vice presi-
^nts: George Berkely, recording
cretary; .lames Levenson, corre-
nding secretary; Melvin J. Rich-
, financial secretary; Harry
oldberg, guardian; and Julius
legel. warden.
[Directors are Abe Block, Rabbi
peyer Abramowitz, Harry Block,
raf'inegold, Nathaniel Glickman,
Goldman, Arthur Present,
orris Roth. Sam Solloway, Wil-
iani Volpe, Murray Weil and Dan
fQlfson.
1 in tin- state conven-
pnn which will be held at the Bilt-
fiorc Terrace Hotel, Miami Beach,
foril 10th 12th, are Wilson, Lev-
fason, Wein, Roth, Solloway and
Jerfctey,
Alternates appointed were Rich-
ard, Dan Wolfson and Arthur
Present.
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Produced and Direct.* a,
Johns is Convinced
Florida Oil Should
Be Revenue Source
Acting Governor Charley Johns
this week told a group of his tup-
porters in the campaign for re-
election to the office he assumed
at the death of Governor Dan Mc-
carty that he is 'more than willing
to let your verdict at the polls de-
pend upon the record of my ad-
ministration and upon the progres-
sive long-range program that has
been so well started during the
last few months."
Johns told a group of men and
women that the voters of Florida
"want me to have the opportunity
to complete this great program"
and that he felt confident he would
be returned to office ext month.
He said that his philosophy of
government "can be simply stat-
ed. I believe that government at
all levels local, state and na-'
tional should be honest, efficient
and humanitarian."
Pointing to his platform, the Act-
ing Governor indicated that he in-
tends working to build more and
better roads, taking the lead in a,
fight against new taxes, the ad-
vancement of the citrus industry
and the preservation of Florida's
potential oil wealth for the bene-
fit of all the people.
"I am convinced," Johns said,
that the potential 'Black Gold' oil
wealth in the Everglades should
be made available as a new source
of revenue for Florida's schools,
the needy aged and the many ex-
panding requirements of the state
government.
_ Ir^Ut nnric9n,n
PAGE 7 fr
Stahl Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Edward
Stahl, formerly of 2107 4 SW 7th
Street, will take place Sunday,
April 4th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Stahl
is survived by his wife Mary; two
daughters, Mrsr Sylvia Byer of Mi-
ami and Mrs. Lil Goldberger of
Hialeah; a son. Milton; two sisters.
Miss Mary Stahl of Brooklyn and
Mrs. Eva MoskowiU of Bronx, N.Y.;
and a brother, Mr. Moe Stahl of
Brooklyn. Mr. Stahl was a member
of Congregation Beth El. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
MiHmi Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.

Silverman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Julius
Silverman, formerly of 001 3rd
Street. Miami Beacn, will take
place Sunday, April 4th, at 2:30
p.m., on the Workmen's Circle Plot
of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-I
tery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating. Mr. Silverman is sur-
vived by his wife Ida; a son Her-
man; a daughter, Mrs. Rae Wacher;
three brothers, including Henry
and Sam; and three sisters, Mrs.
Rose Wachtel, Mrs. Anna Litowitz
and Mrs. Fannie Levitas. Mr. Sil
verman was a member of the Work-
men's Circle, Branch No. 492 of
Miami Beach.
Stein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Tillie Stein,
formerly of 1511 NW 8th Street,
will take place Sunday, April 4th,
at 3:30 p.m on the Workmen'* Cir-
cle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Ce/netery with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating., Mrs. Stein is survived
by her husband Sam: two sons,
Lewis and Robert; aTdaugnter, Mrs.
Esther Siegei, all of Miami: and
fi\t grandchildren. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
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Rubeinstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
Lena Rubenstein, formerly of 400
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, took
place Sunday, March 28th, at 1:30
p.m.. on the Workmen's Circle Plot
of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery. Mrs. Rubenstein is survived
by two sisters. Mrs. Ida Spivak and
Mrs. Sarah Stolerman; also a niece.
Mrs. Evelyn Decky of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Rubenstein was a member ol
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Work-
men's Circle Branch No. 692. Ar-
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lELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TEMPLE EMANU-EL, Miami
each Jewish Center, will hold Fri-
day evening services at 5 and 8:30
p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "A Program for Juvenile
Delinquency." Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
Lehrman will discuss the Weekly
Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
ert Henry, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, is scheduled dur-
ing the service. Daily services are
in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:30
p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will deliver the sermon on the
topic. "Nisan The Month of
Miracles." Mincha will be at 6
p.m., with Shalos Seudos follow-
ing. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. Sunday services are,
at 8 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
follow. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro
will discus the Weekly Portion.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvoth
of David Schlissel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Schlissel. and Richard
Hoberman son of Mr. and Mrs ,ll hold Friday evening services
Nat Hoberman, will take place. > at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-J services are at 8 a.m.. when Rabbi
der the musical portions of *he j Mosej, Me-scheloff will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The First
Signs of a New Era." Cantor Aaron
liturgy.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. A Torah corona-
tion will take place, with the crown
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Cold man. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will officiate and preach on
the subject: "Wearing Our Crown
With Dignity." Cantor Edward
Klein will chant the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Bernard Siegel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Siegel.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening sen-ices at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Arthur Charles, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Punsch. will
Friday evening services at 8:15 take place. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
p.m. Miss Thelma J. Cohen, in-' Cantor Maurice Mamchc will offi-
structor of English at the L'niver- ciate. Floral offerings will be by
sity of Miami, will be guest speak- Mr and Mrs Puri-ch Student
er. Her topic is: Language That services are at 10:30 am Daily
AffectN Our Society." Religious services are scheduled for 7:30
Activities Committee will be hosts a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
at the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
am., when Rev Leo Heim will of-
ficiate and preach on the Weekly
Portion He will \n- assisted by the
Hebrew School Choir.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday ere
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning cervices are at 9 a.m..
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m. At 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate at the late
service and preach on the subject:
power of the Will." Jacob Kron
Weingarten will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Jun-
ior services are at 9 am under
the direction of Benjamin Kamin-
etzky Kiddush will be served by
the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Abraham
Bergman and Mrs. Aaron Weingar-
ten acting as hostesses. Mincha is
at 6:15 p.m. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Morris Dorf will be host.
Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the
Weekly Portion. A daily lecture
series on Jewish laws and customs
is given by Rabbi Mescheloff be-
tween the 6:15 and 6:45 p.m. serv-
ice. Daily morning services are at
7 and 8 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henrv
Okolica officiating and conducting
the monthly Open Forum. Cantor
Maurice Neu will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy, with
the Junior and Senior Center
Chain assistinf.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m..
with Rabbi Max M. I.and man offi-
ciating. The Life of Rabbi Steph-
en Wise and Reformed Judaism"
will be the subject of the Rabbi's
Shabbat following. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
conducted by Rabbi Isaac Ever, morning services are at 8 50 a.m.
who will discuss the Weekly Por- ; Rabbi Malavsky will diacUM the
tion. Kiddush will follow. At 5:30 Weekly Portion Mincha is at 6:15
p.m the Rabbi will lead a class p.m., followed by SITalos Seudos.
in laws and customs of Passover *
enberg will iponaor the Oneg I *ons The Oneg Shabbat fol-
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed
by Maariv. Daily services are at
8:30 am and 6:45 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris
Skop will officiate and discuss
"The Importance of What You
Think." Saturday morning serv-
at 6 p.m Late services are at 8:30 teei U* at 10:30 am., when Haven
-p.m conducted by Rabbi Alfred
waxman and assisted b> the Cen-
ter Choir. Subject of the Rabbi's
sermon is: "True Friendship." The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
Breslaw. son of Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Breslaw. will become Bar
Mitzvah and address the congrega-
tion on the subject: Makin
en'- Proud." Kiddush will follow
lowing will be in honor of the
birthdays of Terry Grossman and
Mrs. Pansy Goette. Early Friday
evening services will be at 5:45
p.m.. conducted by Rev. Rudolf E.
Brill. Saturday services will begin
at 9 a.m. "The Price of Our Heri-
tage" will be the theme of the
Rabbi's sermon. Junior congrega-
tion will hold services at 11 a.m.
in the Maloff Room. Services will
be held at 9 a.m.. Sunday, and at
7 a.m.. weekdays.
TvHlimiminl
Uivvm Einntvin
Continued from Pa*e 1 B
\ has been so brilliantly creative in
' opening new horizons of knowledge
; for humanity at large, his heart
has always been with his own peo-
ple in its torments, trials and tri-
umphs.
Israel is proud to send him its
best wishes and congratulations on
j his 75th birthday. We all pray that
I he may continue to adorn, teach
1 and inspire this world for many
years to come."
Prof. Einstein, wrote Dr. Gold-
mann, "has never been indifferent
to the fate of his people. He has
always been a proud JeWand has
taken a profound, active and vigor-
ous interest in the Jewish political
and intellectual movements of our
day. Through his authority and
personality, he has made lasting
contributions to all Jewish institu-
tions and enterprises which en-
gaged his interest."
Many, comparing Prof. Einstein
with Newton, described the impact
of his work on chemistry, bacteri-
ology and philosophy as well as on
ramAY.APmr,
mathematics and phy^T^
"-nee of his th^Jj
velopment of atomic tj, *\
also indicated n' ^
. ^vera. deal, wilh h -j
in human affairs and kit J^
behalf of Jewish affair ^H
Prof. Einstein w.,s of,;; n.dh^3
dency of the Jewish tt**
the death of ( ha.m W*? "*
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0 a n., conducted bj Rabbi
Waxman. Junior services are at
11 a.m., when tin Rabbi will be
assisted by children ol the Hebrew
School Mincha is at 6 p.m.. with
Maariv concluding the Sabbath
observance.
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m.. when Richard Pierce, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate, with Cantor
Berele Kelemer rendering the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. A
class in Mishna is scheduled for
4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
I SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
I evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Louis Cassel will be assisted by
Cantor Albert Glantz. Subject of
, the sermon is: "The One God Con-
cept." During the Oneg Shabbat
tendered by the Sisterhood there
will be a question and answer per-
'tod on customs, ceremonies and
rituals pertaining to Passover. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
Ja.m., when Marshall Glantz, Barry
,Kutun and Bobby Collins will as-
sist Rabbi Cassel. Subject of the
sermon is scheduled as: "Laws of
the Passover."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
I hold Friday evening services at
[8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
, officiating and speaking on the
subject: "What Price Idealism,"
Mrs Rebecca Lipson, staff member
of the Beth Sholom Religious
School, will be awarded the He-
brew University Certificate of
1 Proficiency in Hebrew Culture.
'Saturday morning services are at
sponsored by .Mr and Mrs, R Gold- Cantor Irving Robinson will render
the nuisual portions of the liturgy.
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BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold i i-id.i> evening servto
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning ten
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary
ahu Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Marching
Off the Map." A class in Talmud
will be conducted by Rabbi Sam-
uel Krolowitz at 4:30 p.m. Mincha
is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. when the Rabbi will dis-
cuss the Zohar Cantor Nathan
Zeichner will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ices are in Academy Hall at 10
a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8sl5 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "Sholom Aleichem on
BroadwayDoes His World Have
Anything to Say to Ours?" Pre-,
Passover Forum will follow the
service. Rabbi Narot and Cantor
Jacob Bornstein will interpret the
meaning of the coming holiday.
.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold regular Friday
evening services starting at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
start at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5:30
followed by Shalos Seudos. Regu-
lar weekday services are at 8 a m
and 6:15 p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services !
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro I
will officiate and speak on "The
Three Dimensions of Religion."
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the Temple
Choir under the direction of Rev.
Mordechai Haalman. Lois Rich,
daughter of Mrr and Mrs. Harry
Rich, will become BasMitzva* dbV'
ing the service. A reception will
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FRIDAY. APRIL 2, 1954
+Jewish rh>rktian
PAGE 9B
jMJCC to Open Registration Monday for
fhree Summer Day Camps in Miami Area
Registration will begin on Mon
jay April 5th. for the three sum-
_' day camps operated by the
Greater'Miami Jewish Community
Ce.iter it was announced by Mrs.
Sheiner, County Day Com-
nttee chairman. The capacity of
300 children was expected to be
filled early, and parents were ad-
tised to enroll prospective campers
is soon as possible.
The day camp season will com-
nence on June 21st and continue
jor eight weeks through August
B3th Open to boys and girls age
8ix to 12, the program is provided
live days per week, Monday
Jhroujh Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"These camps are serving an
important community need,"
Emanuel Tropp, GMJCC director of
Letivities, said, "in providing many
| [those children who do not wish to
lor are not able to leave home for
|the summer. The program aims to
(provide a constructive and happy
summer experience with a Jewish
orientation, based upon small
{group living with supervision by
Imature counselors."
Parents who wish to enroll their
[children should call either of the
Hollowing locations, depending
lupon where they live: Miami
[Branch. 450 S.W. 16th ave.. 82-2786;
.Mi.i! Beach Branch, 1536 Bay rd.,
155319. Flagler-Granada Branch, 50
|N W 51st Place. 4-5489.
All campers are assigned to a
[group of their own age level, with
|l2 to 15 campers in each group.
[A senior counselor of college age
lor older is in charge of each group
[and is assisted by a junior coun-
selor Tropp explained. Staff is se-
lected on the basis of maturity,
[education, experience and interest
Iin children. An intensive pre-
I camp training program and con-
llimii supervision by regular
[GMJCC professional staff is pro-
vided to maintain a high standard
of leadership. Red Cross qualified
waterfront counselors are in charge
of all swimming activities.
Activities will include swimming
instruction, athletics, arts and
crafts, nature lore, dramatics, sing-
ing, games, parties, movies and
trips.
The daily program is conducted
on the grounds of each of the Cen-
ter buildings for half of each day,
using outdoor and indoor facilities.
The second half of the day is spent
at a swimming area. Campers bring
a package lunch which is refriger-
ated. Milk is provided by the camp,
as is an afternoon snack. Transpor-
tation from home to camp and
back, within certain distances, is
available for those who request it.
Heading up each of these day.
camp operations this coming sum-
mer are the following: Miami
Branch, Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, chair-
man, Israel Silver, director; Beach
Branch, Mrs. Abraham Cohen,
chairman, Nisson Pearl, director;
Flagler-Granada, Mrs. Harry Dan-
sky, chairman, Harry Shamis, di-
rector.
Rivkind Named Moderator
Of Beach Chamber Seminar
Samuel Rivkind, Chamber gov-
ernor and executive president of
the Miami Beach Hotel Associa-
tion, has been appointed moderator
for the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce third annual spring-sum-
mer seminar to be held April 8th
at the Sans Soucf Hotel.
Outstanding executives of the
area representing hotels, apart-
ments, retail merchants, night
clubs, travel and tourist promotion
agencies will constitute the mem-
bership of the panel. "Tourist
Trends" has been selected as the
theme of the travel seminar.
Goodwill Board to Meet
Board of Directois of the Good-
will Group of Greater Miami will
hold its next meeting on Thurs.
day, April 8th, 12:30 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Eva Krohn, 2431
Swanson Avenue, Coconut Grove,
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LEGAL NOTICI
Dromedary Dates Make
Festive Passover Week
In many basic respects, the
world has changed little since Bib-'
lical days. And if we watch the
j uungsters as they celebrate a holi-,
day. join in the Seder night and
Passover festivities, enjoy the tra-
_itional Passover treats, it is not,
too difficult to project into the past j
and picture children (and for that
matter, adults) of two or three
thousand years ago greeting the
Niliday with much the same joy
I nd reverence.
Then, as now. sweets were a spe-
cial treat for the children and an
:mportant part of traditional cele-
bration: and then, as now. the
.'uscious golden-brown dates grown
,n the Biblical regions were the
traditional sweet at Passover.
These are the dates Dromedary
-rings as the ideal sweet to the
holiday table. Today, with a five-
thousand year pedigree. Drome-
' ary Dates have a delicate taste
.nd firm, meatly texture, a qual-
ity unsurpassed in the entire his
tory of the cultivation of this fruit
and that taste, that quality, that
naturally wholesome quality are
(aptured and protected in all their
parity by an exclusive Dromedary
;i-teurization process.
Todav. more than ever before.
Dromedary Dates have won wide-1 Florida Motorists are being expediency
asked to pay twice for one stretch "Florida taxpayers have already
of the proposed bobtail toll turn-, paid the cost of this stretch of
pike. Tom Lee. candidate for the I state Road 9." Lee said, "and now
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTl" I" IS HEREBY C.IVKN that
the undersign. .1. desiring to rngact In
f.uslness under thr fictitious name of
I. \ | E H .-I 'N DRIES, at lotl Washlng-
t..n A-.. Miami Bench. Intend* to
.1 name with the Clerk ot
Court of Dade t'aunty,
* NATHAN RCBENSTEIN
carl rdwim i.irTi.x
Atl"|-l.. for Applicant
I'..I Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldman will be honored at Frida
ning services of the North Shore Jewish Center during a
coronation. The Goldmans made a gift of the crown
Center.
y eve-
Torah
to the
Leo? Supports Fall-Length Pike
pread popularity as Nature's own
-weetthe perfect Passover treat
literally, "the candy that grows
n trees."
Dromedary Date- in the familiar
>el!ophane-wrapped yellow pack-
.ge. are featured for Passover at
II food stores, in the popular 8 or
' nd economical 1 lb. size.S.T.
state legislature from Group 2.
said this week.
Addressing a rallv in Little Riv-
er. Lee said the proposal for turn-
ing over of State Road 9 for use by
the turnpike authority is a "legis-
lative compromise born of political
we are asked to make it part of
the toll turnpike so we can pay for
it again in tolls."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERV. N* 1S74S3
Gl.oKl V OWCHA1*. Plaintiff
WILLIAM DWCHAR, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
: WI1.1JAM oWCHAR
rani Avenue
ni Ni York
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IUII of Complaint for D
ha* been filed against you in thr
iii\f entitled c-auw and you are
herel.v notified to serve a copy of your
to the Bill of I'omiilaim on
rr attorneys, and file the urig-
In..I in the ..fflc of the Cleric of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2*th
d^v of April. I3t otherwlae. a De-
l'i Coafaaass will be entered
against you.
Thin notice shall be published once
... h week lot four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH KU'KIIUAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 22nd
day of March, lit.
i: 1! r.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
B) WM W STiM'KING.
Deputy clerk
PALLOT. SILVER Ml'LLOY
Attorney* (or Plaintiff
701 Congress P.hl* Miami. Fla.
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LEGAL NOTICE
WTYJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Friday thru Monday (Apr. 2 5)
MOININ6
FWIQAV
SATURDAY
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SUNDAY
MONDAY
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Feature FHm
Today
f* U r.g Duns E houl
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fJC Strike It Rich
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'J"80 The I.I tile Show
'3:15 Valiant Ladr
5:30 I'lain. l.u. ., -
"0:45. "
To Be Ann ced ;
Sm Ed MoCopn
Teat Pat.. Mus.
D. Dong ESS
Strike It Rich
Super Circus
Capl. Midnight
I
Christopher?
Lamp Unto Ft The I.'le WESm
I I Valiant Lady
i Ixmk t'p. Live Oar* M.tore
Ind'try Parade
:':00 Del Russo
1:15
':30 Menu Mack
11:48
Spa. e PatraJ | Thla la The Life Arthur Gudlrey
Meau Magic
Johnny Jupiter I Hilly Graham
"________________I What'a Trble
AFTERNOON
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAMC LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
thr undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STATE MORTHAilK CO.: EQCITA-
IU.K INVR8TMRNT Co.. at 13* N.E.
Ilrst St.. intends to reciter aaid
"' with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade- County. Florid*
V
M'KRIS RAT FRIEDMAN, Owjjcr
2 t/'-i.U -
NOTICE UNDER JTcrmous
NAME LAW
NOTICE R, HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 4n
f^SSi??. u5tn "^ St"iou" ni** x>rj
LrrTiJ: Georgia bar. at :?.;; ti.w.
32d Are.. intend* to register rJrld
name with th* Clerk ot th Circuit
CV>urt of l>ate Counts, Morfd.i.
RATMoXp IVES
Kl>SI.KK A GARX
Attorney* for Applicant
172 W Hairier SI
J 2 l/t-9>U
2:00 I've Got News Die Top
"2:1S Ixive of Ufe
2:30 Sear.h For Tomor. I
-*45 Guiding Llaht I
S. Sch'l of Air
I'n
':00 Hrunch With Judv
":15
1:30 fjftry Moore
:45
Roy Kugrm
Capt Horn
Cartn-O-Vllle
Fve Got Newi
!<>' Life
Bob Pnlea S"rch F^r Tom
________________Guiding Light
BrVh W
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
5TM".*" under the fictitious name Of
EDDIES BBRTICE STATION, at SCO
waahingion Avenue. Miami Beach, in-
lend. to r-g-ister said name with the
'"* of the Circuit Court of Dade
' ovntv, Hirida
y.u pke..e',Vv mat,k ** *n"
I'M in Review-
income Tax
Juvenile Jury*
- c for AM
... | 2J^ Uncoln Road
Juor 3 1>.J i ;.,
'iarv Moore
2:00 Cobbs Corner
2:15
2:30 At Jackie's Honse
2:45'
Talent Ranch Jamie Slot. Cobba Corner
' Death Valley
Mr Wiaard I Pride of Familj Jackle'a House
00 I!.g
::15
3C Rate
!:45
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Smith
stdio of worM
To Be Ann'ced
Pepsi Piaih'ne
Paul Winchell
Big Phi off
Kate Smith
-:00 Ale. <;ib*on
4:15
':30
^:45l
L'hcle Martin
T ble W. F"thT
You Are Tliere
Mr Peepers
Ale* Gibso:i
i:00 Cllenn A- Mickey
::15 Superman
5:30:
5:45 Shopper's Guide
Amateur Hour Sun Adventure
Sports Hllltes
Newa-Weather '
EVENING
Glenn. Mickey
Cisco Kid
Shopper's Guide
I
S:00 Sir't of DeaOkU'n Bed Skelton
::10 Weatherman
6:15 Jack of All Sports i
5:30 I'aperhouse Party Ine Ranger
6:45 Itenick Hearting "
7:00, Greatest Dramas [ Caat
7:15 Let's <;.. Fishing
7:S0 Doug Edwards Two
7:4: Eddie Hsher
Meel the Press- Public Service
_ Weatherman
Jack of Sports
I Mu. Mar nettes Armchair Adv
Re-nick Reporta Raaick Reports
!m Tafe.COUJ.TV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
fW't:lH PROB*TE- NO 32435 B
Is R< ESTATE i >K
l'l"i'4.e;2'-i''K'MAN I" '*
T ,,NOTIJCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
E"a'te '" "*'",:""1" Ahhasl S. i.l
and each of you, are her.l.s
?uim^ ""? EH**4 '" "r'-'nt any
JZl ,n'1 dmn,l hi. 'i vou, or
either of you. m.i> have ac:iin>t Hie
estate of PHILIP SHI.A.'KM S rt
to the Hon CoU,v Judges of Had,
fjoahty and file the ..,,,. ln '?,,!
.n their
the Count) Courthouse |
County, norida. ,thln eight
months from (n, ,, ,,
ubii. it.n hereof
6:00 Mama
I:tS
:3S I've Got A Secret
8:45; r________^^
O0, BehHtS Playhouse
:15; "
J0 Mr. MrNutle*-
:45l
HraddrKk Life W. Father This la T Life
F. Money Private Hec'y Doug Edwards
______________' L'le Theater
Ja.kie Gleason Comeily Hour
>\r'n Intrigue
Meet Millie
Barns Allen
Firestone Hour
Fre.l Waring
Tou Bet Life
I I Love Lucy
' My Fav. Story
13r00l Gillette Fights i Show of Shows
13:30 Hit Parade
10^45 <>ld Time Newsreel
11:00 News. Weather
11:15 Topper
11:30
11:45. World Premiere
The Web I studio une"
Wh.it M. Line
Place The Face, Don Hollenbach I Newa-Wether
I VI. \l. ^ V- -.V VI... I.l i._ a
Medal. Theater I
Mr., Mrs. North j Man B'd Badge
-2:00
2:15
'2:30
2:45
| Sat. .Vnt Feat.
Eversh'D Th'tre I The Vagabonds
Sign Off
Sign Off
INSURAN
off |g
Dad
ilendar
the first
claims or demand, t.....nUlii the lega
M.I..- of the ,,:,,, 'i"^
sworn to and presented as aforesaid
^r;?\*h*\"\ -"on
1*1 Mi.C.l'.ls HHLACKMAN,
As Adminisirator or the
r.st.lte of
PHILIP SHLACKMAN,
Ifl MAX R sli.VI'P **
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOl'SK OK FRANCINE. at 531 NW
I -ii -l Avenue. Miami. Dade county,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
D.de County, Florida.
CATHERINE M. 1JTTLE.
(Sole Owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
Bit W. FUgler St.. Miami. Fla.
J/J 4/Z-S-K
CAL NOTICE
lou are hen I i,.if: ,
com,,...,,,,,, i.'.rUc'ruj^sj
IN THE CIRCUIT re.o^T' -
ELEVENTH JLOicra.0*,1*!
AND FOR DA0 Co>,aCi*C IDA. IN CHANcenYn'NrM
HOWARD U, I k ,.T', It,
EMILV L WILP ,. .
or
ed
to seive :. ,,u\ ,,f iiL."
Reading ... ,.
the Pfilntlfri i '1,
TANNKN. I-.,,
-ml. norlda. :.,,! Vi,%
Answer or Pleading In t.
he Ctork of !he ,?,,.,",>*
Mora the |th
you fnil to ,1 -. i i.lr.C, LI
llaf demande.i | n m'n-XJ
DONE AND i.UI.KKKi 1,7
Ho, Ida. this i; .,,, i,, "'
tlerk. c rcuil rj,|
'!> M W HT0?
HAROLD TANNilN" f"*
Attorney f,.i |
i?i-Sr-ri^'2-,;uii""nB-Mta'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
2Tth AVENUE USD CO.. at 2 N.W.
114th street. Miami. Florida. Intend*
to register aaid name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County.
Horlda.
HARRT L. DAVIS
HARVEY R. KLEIN
^Horney for Harrj L Davis
2 Biscayne Bulliinjr. Miami. FlorkU
3/2 4/2-S-16
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREftr GTVFJS that
the uaalsirsignea. desiring to engage In
oetsinesa under the fictitious aaahs ot
FLAMINGO TEXTILES CUJSH-
loNS. at 45 N.E. lHh tftre-t. Miami.
1-ldrMa. iutrn.N to register aaid name
with tha Otrk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count v. Florida.
1I.AM1N<;<> TEXTIIJCR. INC.
a fiorhia corporation,
s.d. ownar
PALI.OT, SILVER A MfLLOT
Attorneys for Hamtngo Textiles. Inc.
J'IS-24 4/2-S
TS1f!,'!A(,'K;:|lV- l>ecease1

MIAMI BEACH. Fl
.fir., pubiicaji;;,; '.;;..V"^'- ;;,^;
.r demandi ... .,, ,,,.''," "'
'.rand'-prese;'.. g-0.
aroresald, or
IM4
i KR
LILI.IK RTRICKIJ
^^;,r"V:.:;.,;;:..;.:
Attorneys fo,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. Na. 1ST444
JESSIE J. JACOBS and
JOSEPHINE JACOBS, his wife,
and MAMIE G|DIONS. Plaintiffs.
W. M ASHLEY and LCCT ASHLEY.
hi* wife, et al. I>efendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: W M ASHLEY and Ll'cY
ASHLEY, his wife.
2'..".3 Lycaster
Detroit H. Michigan
I'Al'L B. AKHLET and GENK
ASHLEY, his wtfa.
Box 431
Orov* <'itv. (Mhin
ROP.EKTA SCHOPE and JOHN
s. IK.PK. her huwhand
1 'st office IK>x 471
su.inanoa. North Carolina
I'AI LINE I.YDA and ERNERT
I.YDA. her husbaud
WeaverviUe. North Carolina
IIIDDIE ul'TUW, a widow,
Post Office |i,,x 471
Swananoa. North Carolina
F A. MTI'ART and VIRQE
STIART. his wife.
Post Office Box 471
Swananoa, North Carolina,
f alive and. if dead, also the un-
known heirs. devisee*. legatees.
grantees, trustees, assignees, cred-
it, .is. Llenors, succ-essors in inter-
est, or other persons claiming by.
through, under or against such of
them as are dead, as helra of B. B.
ASH1.KT. deceases!: and against his
unknown heirs and any and all per-
sons churning any right, title, or
Interest. ,,, heirs of B. B. ASHLEY,
ece;i,i. ,nd. all other persons
claiming in right, thla or interest,
in and to the property involved In
thi suit.
.wT.1' ARr-' HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat a suit ha* been filed against you
in the above styled Court to quiet
title to the following described prop-
ertv. to-wlt.
HL'-.V'"' lOO.fttt feet or the Eaut
gaia*. feet of the Hnulh Half of
72H, NINETBEN. and the Wo.t
'R- 'aat of the Eat 203 02'. feet
!e.'.h'^orn 1* feet of Tract
TWENTY of NILE GARDENS.
Ke.tir.ii II. according to the Plat
thereof recorded In PUt Book 31
"J ,. ,' I3 of ,n* ItiWh* Record*
of Dade County. Horlda
and you are hereby required to aarve
."S* "f >"r answer or other plead-
..-Vs.'.'P. ,h* oUintlfTs attmnavs.
M TNER and Hl'TNER. 120 olvmpla
Hiilldmg Miami. I-1,>rlda. and file the
'!S a "i'.'""u" nI before the
May. A D. IS.I. otherwlae
-gallon, f Ihr ,, ,,, f
ken as .onfeaaed bxl
dV:'.'7'vJ" Mlaml ""ri"*. thla .2nd
oa> of Mar. h. AD
HERMAN.
Clerk .f the ,
V. RT-
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' eTi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUlf
FLORIDA IN AN0 FOiassi
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY s. *9
ALLIE S. ROCNTREE, ITa. '
vs
FORREST H Ri TNTREE. L_
SUIT FOR DIV0R'CE,
TO: FORREST II UmPxtrji
Whale) on*. Virginia
You are hereby nutlfieil tags
of Complaint f..r LMvoret an]
filed against >.,i. .-,n.i >** J
quired to serve a up) of >
or Pleading to Hi- Hi
on the plaintiff. Attornei,
LEVINE. 123 N.W. i:th Arean,
ami, Horlda. and III, tat al
Answer or Pleading in the offli
the Clerk of the Circuit Court al
before thr 12th day of April. ||B
you fall to d.. ,., judjmenibil
fault will be takni agaio>t jmL
the relief demanded in the lil
Complaint.
This notice sh..',l be published <
each week for f>>ur ...nju-cutives
in THE JEWISH KlAdUDlAS.
DONE AND <>KI>ERKD at !
Fksrlda, this :th da) of March, i
ISM.
E. B. LEATHrHl!Ul
Clerk, Circuit Coon,
Dade County. Florin
By WM W. STOCDaT
?Circuit Court Seal) Demitir
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
123 N.W. I2th A\'. Miami.
I/I2-1S-M 4'2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT)
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
IDA. IN CHANCERV. Ms. I
NATHAN G. WATMAS, miWil(
MINNIE K. WATMAN. MfskB, I
NOTICE BY SUIM.ICTr0r1 j
TO: MINNIE K W\TMA.N
7CB Grgnd Concourse
Bronx. New Tort.
TOlf AR*: HERKBT SO,
that a Bill of CornpUiat for i
has been Hied against ro hi
above entitled raate and you aret
by rerulre Anawar fo-tti- Bill ol CoaiphotS",
the Plntiff's attorneys. a fall
original in the office of the Oarl
th Circuit Court on or awwrr
nth day of April, nil. othsr^
DocreeTrro Cunfesso win b
against you. ^
This notice shaU be publisaNi
each week for four .'nsecuiin w
In THE JEWISH PI...RIPIAN.
Dated at Miami, rlorida. UU1
day of March. |*-EATHnuWlj
Clerk. Circuit Court
in: WM W. sn
Depot) Of*
PALLOT. SILVER MILWT
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7"1 Congress Building. Miami. I
I/IS 4/I-l-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND FOR DADE COtl"
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Mil
In Re: ESTATE oh .
FRED SPOKI-OKI'. IJ5Jf*.
NOTICE TO CREOIT0SI
To AU Creditors and AU I >rr*
Ing Claims or Demands AJW'
Batata: ._
You. and each <-f you. r-
notlflcd and reunited '"I"."
rUlms and demand" wine" n
either of you. ma) hai' *
estate of FRED sPolrllRR.
ed late of Dade .Hint), ra-
the H..n ULANK }l- JBa
County Judge of 'i"''^'*!
nia the same In h f"**3
Count) Courthouse In '"..,
I loi Ida. within eight ^.n*,rb5
rVoaS ihc date of the Urst P"J"
hereof. Said rfcxlrn; or o
contain the legal addre*.i of l^
ant and to be "tn """jj]
as aforesaid, or same will"
See Section I IS of H" '
Jtate March I. V1,' '?,Rp,
RARBAKA s'V,Vi if laf
A AdmlnlstratrB '
Estate of ,..v.on
FRED M-oFhVRP.
RAYMAN A '''"['.-...uirairB
Alt.riiey for the Admialsu-
3/2 4/2-I-U
business under '"',V,'Ta1. '-""Tar
KOOSEVEI.T "r~liIA.nd *"J
TORY, al 2- N '-..*-"rei.'*a
ami. 1-V.ri.la. intends to 7M iVM
name with the < lerk ^..rsU _J|
Court of Dade '"'"'sUfS ?R
HAROLD (.Kdtoo
(Sole owner)
HI'NRY M CAIN
Vtioin^ey for A,.,dlcnt ^
NOTICE IS HRB^gal
Ih- undersigned .1' > ,,,,
business under lJiVSB
KENT CLEANERJi f^Nlx.
s^ld name w" '* VfisJ
cult Court ;'';;,."H8
H irrt ;!g.i
AAI
max sir.vi-i:


IaY. APRIL 2, 1954
*JewlstncrH/a,
m
PAGE 11 B
LfGAL NOTICi
Jrt, UNPEB FICTITIOUS
" ,n%.V that
Signed, desiring '" en*B* ln,
BSoE'sToteT?!
,K .Miami. Florida, Intend.
^j"!l wh the Clerk
",'wruii Court of Dade County,
MIRACLE SHOE CORP.
llv: i-raiik J. Levin,
President
ILJfor Miracle "" 8tore
fc-l'S 4 -________
fnCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
VF ,h*REBYOJVWI that
arraigned, desiring t<> engage In
C iind.r the firlitlous name of
NfJsHOBS. at 48 S.K. Firat
yi'aini. Florida, Intend., to r. g-
S name ith the Clerk of the
.,','uri of ld County, Flor da.
W MIRACLE SHOE t'OW,
jli: Frank J. Levin,
P resident
irr & OBNBT
Cu foi Mlrmcli Shoea
I <'- ______________
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
C NAME LAW
Miami. Florida.
.,ii name with the Clerk
{Ifte
Circuit
Court of Dade County,
JAM ITS H. ROTHERHAM
IVF.T R KLEIN
',..'.. for .!<""- H Rotherham
J...IWI.' I'.uildlng
b:.X 1 I
iNOTICE TO CREDITORS
,HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
UNO FOR DADE COUNTY,
Ml DA. IN PROBATE. No. 2BSM-B
ESTATE I'E
FRANK, I .-ascd
, and All I'eraona Hav-
. i 11, in,mil.- Against Said
and eaeh of you, are hereby
| i required to preaent any
i and deinanda whl.h you, or
,; rou, may have againat the
l \\\ KitAXK, deceaaad late
I,... fork Co.....y, N'-w York, to
lonorabl.- County Judges of Dade
ami file the same In their
ts In the County Ci.urthouae In
My, Floi Ida, wfthln eight
iilar month- from the .date of the
|. il.lii-.it...:, hereof. Said claims
to contain the legal ad-
of the i I Mm.ml and to be aworn
MHed an aforesaid, or same
II. barred
lie March 19, A D. IMC
- I. v \\ RKXCE .1. FRANK,
As \i ill ii \ Administrator
i-TA of the Relate "f
s.WI I'll \.\K. deceased
Irs, heim vn .\ KAPLAN
rneyi tor Ancillary
InNnlKtrator CTA
I- 1 J--16
L1GAL NOTICI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1S7113
LOUI8 PE.SSLN, Plaintiff,
va.
CECELIA PE8SIN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CECELIA I'KSHIN
124 W. 74th Street
New York. N.Y.
Tou, CECELIA PKH8IN, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against vou,
and you are required to serve a copy
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff
Attorney, MALVIN ENGLANDER. 311
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
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl,< IKIDIAN.
DONE AND OKDEKEI) at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of March, A.D.
Mi
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
MALVIN ENOLANDER, ESq
111 Lincoln Kond, Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 -4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME- LAW
DTli'K l> IIERKBV OIVEN that
an iderSlgllKl d.'Stiing to engage In
111... Mii.l.-i '. fi,-tit"
IKII'A REALTY
IKERS, ai '31 W
lions name of
A BUSINES8
Flagler Si., ln-
I [id Iumb* with, the,
f-lif. Hi*.', rlwiflt (tt**t <#>T)adfc!
RyfrloKlH. I I 'I
I M-VltKftfJ'SOTWriilAUT "
bS,KK ,v IIARB
r..y> for Appneaftt
[W. Fbglei St.
I I -
|THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CHANCERY No. 16S6
" ALVAREZ, Plaintiff.
n I. I'AVIS. Defendant.
[NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MILPRKI) I. DAVIS
end ml noa n
i) ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
our An-u... io th* pin 0f Com-
for Pnreeloaure on Chattel
[ i l.ering personalty to-
ld in thai certain place of busl-
, known i. "Brass Rail", located
f-. S\V 37th Avenue, Miami. Fior-
ih th, Clerk of the Circuit
I" "i and I lade County, F'loi -
. I hereof upon
FM.KR .v 'AUS, Attorneys for
Inttff i;-: u/est Flagler Wtreet.
|ii. Hoi hi.,, on or before the 12th
oLAiml. |:,4, else complaint will
psKen as rnnfnaacid.
%ttd: March 4, 1964
I I! LEATHERMAN,
< lerk of Ciicult Court
,, B> M c. illtEEN,
I 'i\y""" Sral> Deputy Clerk
|"i3*. i 1 _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 167112
JOSK A. HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff,
va.
CANDELARIA HERNANDEZ.
DefendanL
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: CANDELARIA HERNANDEZ
8739 E. Jarrl.-on 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 LEVINE.
B8Q., 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original ln the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or I..-r..i.- the 12th day of
April, 19."i4, in default of which, a de,
cree pro oonfaaao may be eotered
against you.
DATED this loth day of March. 1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Klorlda
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(seal) Deputy Clerk
1/12-19-26 4/2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NOTICE IS HKRE-HYWO.IVEN that
th*'"cir, *l!d ^Rw* wl,n tiu- cw* i
Florida CUrt Dade
t 'ounty,
gw>RSwB^H%r^8T' uwner
Attorney for Applicant
14., < urpss Parkway, 3
3/19-26
4/2-9
Miami Springs
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,.NOT'CE IS JUCREBV (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
s8?lI25'J?g.J*? " St I'ER PACKING COMPANY, al .W
north of Sheridan St. Road, east of an
adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad
track. Hroward County, Florida (no
Jtreel address) ALSO 1331 B.W. Tftld
Court, Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit ( ourt of Dade County, Florida
HOLLYW......
,.....J,-LAL'(iHTKHH<"'sl':. INC.
KOVNER & MANNHE1.MER
Attorneys for
Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the frctltlous name of
Kfc-LL HARDWARE, at 6210 S.W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
SAUL KELLERMAN
KRHS KELLERMAN
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 166888
ROSALY.N NEWMAN, Plaintiff,
va.
GEORGE F. NEWMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEOROE F. NEWMAN
c/o Pandell, 334 W. Mth St.
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you, and you are.reu.uir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer pr
Pleading to the BUI at Com '
the pl..lntiff Attorney, PA!
VINE. I.M N.W. 12th AV...------
Florida, ahrt file the original Answer
or Pleading In the- office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of April, 1964. 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 THE JBWI8H KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this .'th day of March. AD.
E. p. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dads County, Florida
By WM. W, STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
DAVID LEVINE
123 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 4/|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In It.-: ESTATE OF
SAMCEI. B. Nll.VKKMAN,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing f'laiins or Demands Against Said
Eatate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. mav have against the
estate of SAMUEL S. SH.VKRMAN.
deceased late of Dad. I ounty. Flor-
J*y.\*o tfie Hftpuraetc County. J!g'tr.
ofwDade <'**ml ifilei the. aamie
ln,,ftlWr. o.fitva u the .Ceuntv Co**"-,',
ifeD*rt Orwus. Fiiruiv.w|j*iin,
IN COUNTY JUDOES- COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 3615-A
RE: ESTATE OF
SADIE FRIEDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARQE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of SADIF: FRIEDMAN, de-
ceased; and that on the 16th dav of
April. 1IS4, I will apply to the Honor-
able W F\ PLAN TON and/or FRANK
11. DOWLJNQ. County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Adinlnlstrator-of the Estate of SADIE
F'RIEDMAN, deceased.
This 9th day of March, 19'.4.
S. M. MACIITE1,
Administrator
RosENiiorsE & Roseniiolse
Attorneys for Administrator
913-16 Olympia Bldg.. Miami. Florida
3/12-19-26 : 4/2
tmm* lit Dade
tikht ojUIMr|te>rrtri Irian the' dull
oTthe first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
worn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be.barred.
Date March 10. A.D. 19'.4.
1*1 SARA S1LVERMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
HAML'KL B. BH.VERMAN,
I icceased
MYERS. HE1M.VN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
tir.ii Bey bold lildg.. Miami, Florida
S/12-19-26 4/2
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
tiotifled and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de-
.ceased late of Dide County, F'lorlda,
it.tip Honorable County Judges of
fDade.' County, and file the same in
their.offices in the County Courthouse
in-Dnde 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 17, A.D. 19.-.4.
OLIVE B. SMITH,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CARRIE MAE SMITH.
Deceased.
MILTON H. RICHMOND
Attorney for Olive B. Smith
3/19-26 4/2-9
INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Irvrrr-r. ,NAME LAW
fuTd ''-' "ERWBY GIVEN that
fflMeregned, desiring to engage In
J n,ler the fictitious name of
lARHoiT AWNING & FLAG CO.
Iv.iv,.,., '""' HC1LT-WELL
faI Av C- ,N"T 1N'C>- t 1JS S'.W.
he ,?',', ""n'1 to register said
Irt uf l\i r,erk of tne Circuit
r "' '.", '""">. Florida
i i,v'AN' SIEGENDORF
BF OLUCK
'-'I! a- C1ARS
"Mlerst.
J TNHE"lcfRr3u.rPy5L,CAT,ON
lEVENTH MUr.T^C0URT OF THE
lORlDA |iUD'C'AL CIRCUIT OF
pNTY iJNrl,^P POR DADE
I v S- 'aintiff
L VtrUiS- '"-efendant.
"airsin" ",,'"' vorce has been
""""li toH"',,,o,V' y",lr Answer or
Plaint ff- l',,""1 ,,r Complaint on
'"* the ,'" ''"* Miami. Florida,
"} the :':""", A-*-r or Plead-
*tm f0 "......' the Clerk of Die
Muni*, I'Vou fall to do
u '.. r'ult will be taken
E.
CirrL ,;EAJHKRMAN,
Dirt.-1 l"'"lt Court'
Bv ^n,Zi "rtda
nan ..' OREBW,
M-M Tt^> Deputy Clerk
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28536-A
RE: ESTATE OF
HAMl'EL S SACKS, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DI6CHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for F'lnal Discharge as Bxecu-
trlces of the estate of SAMUF.L S.
SACKS, deceased; and that on the
19th day of April. 1954. will aPI'IV >"
the Honorable W. F\ BLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, Il"i-
Ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge aa EwUtrtoeg
of the Estate of SAMUEL S. 8ACKS,
deceased. -.,
This 15th day of March, 154
MAE J. COHEN, formerly
Mae J. Seltser and
ADELAIDE COHEN
KOVNER A MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Executrlues
3/19-26 4/2-9 '__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en*a*e In
heslneea under the flotlthsis name of
ACTIVE COLLECTION AGENCY at
704 Blacayne Building. Miami, Florida,
'ntend to regiater said name with the
Clerk- of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, lggfe,BT ., ..kw.soN
MAX P. ENUEL
DAVID M GONSHEK
Attorney for Active Collection Agency
704 Blacayne Bldg.
1/16 4/--i6 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaaKe In
business under the flit |'?u """''
Mi:i ONIELL TIE BEAM FORM
nSnOM, N.W 4...h Street
intends to register said name l
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
^^SfwWo'NIBLU owner
Bed 'ST \s. MAER FLOYD
Attorneys for Applicant
6J>7 lUseayne Bld.
4/2-9-16-23 .________..------
-----N4TCE_UN"DE"R FICTITIOUS
NOTK-E is HEREBY Q(VBN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FAMOUS STORES, at 6262 *";
St.. West Miami. Intend to regleier
aid name with the Clerk of I he. ^li -
cult Court o^^V&lT^r-
ROSLYN E. KAiNt,
4/I-9-I6-JJ
NOTICE TO CRtDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM RLBENSTEIN.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of WILLIAM Rl'BENSTElN,
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dreas of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March 15, A.D. 1964.
RAE RUBENSTEIN.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Teatament of
WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN.
MYEBS.~HEFMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
3/19-26 72-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1672SS
SALOME GILBERT. IMaintlff
MARK NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARK O. GILBERT
150 Ocean Avenue
Brooklyn. New York._______ '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
.i.ivi. entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
Sow Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
th.....iginal In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of April, >Mlll0,.herV*5
. Pro Confeseo will be entered
*^Thls notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FWHUDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of March. 195 Clerk, Circuit Coin i
Bv: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Plalntlfr
701 Cookrass Building. Miami. Florida
1/19-26 4/t-
NOTICE UNDEh FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DF; LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade
County, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP DE LEON
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167066
LOUIS' GITLIN, Plaintiff,
vs.
REBECCA GITLIN. DefendanL
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: REBF;CCA GITLIN.
Residence I'nknown.
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 plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
121 BeyboM 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 d* fault will be taken
against you for- the relief demanded
ln the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D.
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
Bv WM. W. BTOCKINQ,
fClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/12-19-26 4/2
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
H A B MOTORS (not Incorporated),
at 975 West Flagler Street, Miami,
rlorida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LUCILE HOHoWITZ, sole owner
ISRAEL ABRAMS
Attorney for Luclle Horowitz, d/b/a
H & B Motors (not incorporated)
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HERKIBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HIGH F'IDELITY ASSOCIATES', at
3R88 Blacayne Blvd., Miami, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERT GREENBERG and
LARRY KASSMAN, Owners
ROBERT M. DEEHL
Attorney for Applicants
90.1 Key bold Bldg.
4/2-9-16-23 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COUftTllOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164,275.
AGNES LITTLES, Plaintiff,
vs.
MILLAR!) LITTLES, Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO: MILLARD LITTLES,
C/o Ruby Johnson
1811 l-'.lson Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ALL I'NKNOWN heirs, devisees.
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or against
MILLARD LITTLES;
AND ALSO, as to the above-named
defendant-individual, if he be deceas-
ed, and all unknown heirs, devisees,
Kiaiitees. creditors or other parties
claiming by. through, under or against
such defendant; and also
ALL OTHER and unknown persons
having or claiming to have any right,
title or Interest ln the properly which
is the subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being In Dade
County, Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:
Lots Nine (9) and Ten(10) ln
Block Six (6) of DIXIE
HEIGHTS GARDENS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded
in Plat Book 21, at Page 32, of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
YOC AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above-named Court by the
above-named plaintiff for the purpose
of obtaining a divorce a vinculo matrl-
inonii of and from the defendant and
a fee simple Interest In the undivided
one-half Interest Of the defendant.
Ml 1.1.A III) LITTLES, In and to the
properly h.relnabove and particular-
ly described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED and
required to file your appearance,
pl.-a.ling or answer In said suit on or
before the 30th day of April, 19..4. and
in default of such appearance, plead-
ing or answer a decree pro confesso
will be entered against you and each
,,f vou. and Judgment by default will
lie taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Amended Bill of
Complaint. ... ,
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dnde Countv, F'lorlda. this 29th day
'" Br*' )',, i.eathkbman:
Clerk of the Circuit Curt
By: wm. W. stocking.
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff ,-
tybold Building, Miami. Florida.
1/2-9-16-23_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.usiness under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY MOTEL, at 7*0 S.W. Sth
Street, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade County, Florida
BAMUEL Tl.'FSHlNSKY '
MORTON L. BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
19 W. Flagler St.
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32300-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAI TIE JACKSON, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
, You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MATTIE JACKSON, de-
ceased late of Dad,- County, F'lorlda,
to the Hon. County Judges of .Dade
County, and file the same ln their
office in the County Courthouae 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 10. A.D. 1*54.
LOUIE BANDEL,
Admlnlatrator-C.T.A. of the
Estate of
MATTIE JACKSON, Deceased
BEN ESSEN
Attornev for Admlnlstrator-C.T.A.
823 Sevbold Bldg.
S/12-19-26 1/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M A M CIA Wtf
NDTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
MASTERS FABRICS, at 5790 S.W. 8th
Street. Miami Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH MASTERS
HAROLD STRITMPF
Attorney for Joseph Masters
547 Sevbold Building
S/12-19-J4 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.t
RON AY IMPORT, at 14.",6 Washington
Avenue. Mi.in i Beach, Intends to reg-
ister said name v.ith the Clerk of the.
Circuit Court of Dade Count x. Ilor.da.
NETTIE URBACH
3/26 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
TROPICAL WATCH REPAIR AND
GIFT SHOP, at 9S64 Bird Road. Mi-
ami. Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
1R\ INlj LAvL
HAROLD STRIJMPF .
Attorney for Irving Lax
547 Seybold Building
3/12-19-26 4/2
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300 Pay Tribute
To Brandeis U.
An estimated 300 persons were
n hand Thursday evening at the
X'lano Hotel when the Greater Mi-
l mi community paid tribute to
3randeis University at a dinner
held in honor of its president. Dr.
Abram L. Sachar
The Jewish sponsored non-sec-
'.arian college, which is located in
Vallham. Massachusetts, has been
dopted as their 'alma mater" by
ihousands of men and women
hroughout the nation to assure the
support of the University's expand-
ing program.
Final plans for the dinner were
n the hands of a sponsoring.com-
mittee which included Mrs. Jack
Ablin, Sidney Ansin. Col. Jacob
Arvey. Samuel Beckerman. George
3ertman. Mrs. Samuel Blank. Lew
3raverman. Leo Chaikin. Jack B.
"ooper. Jack Dubinsky, Dr. Stanley
rrehling. Samuel Frommer.
Jharles Fruchtman, Ben Giller.
\athan Glosser, Lou Gold. Charles
joldberg. Robert Gould. Jennie
Irossinger, Paul Grossinger. Leon
Jacobs, Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Abe Kurman. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
nan. Jack Leonard. David Levin-
-on. Hank Meyer. David Phillips.
3urnett Roth. Sam Prosterman.
Dan B. Ruskin. Mrs. Rose Schwartz.
Mayor Harold Shapiro. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Jacob Sher. Fred Shochet. i
Harry Sirkin. Joseph R Stein. Har-
old Turk. Dr. Joseph Weidberg.;
Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle.
Ben Danbaum and Ben B Gaines
local businessmen, spearheaded the
affair.
The Charles Hayden Foundation
recently announced a half million
dollar gift to Brandeis, which
marked the largest single gift in
the history of American Jewish
philanthropy from a non-Jewish
source.
The contribution, according to J.
Willard Hayden. of Lexington. Mas
sachusetts, president of the Hay-
den Foundation, is to be matched
by an amount raised from other
sources to cover the cost of a new
science building and "equipment
to assist you in carrying out the
wonderful work that you are do-
ing."
Dr. Sachar. who was principal
speaker at the affair, is recognized
as a noted historian and one of the
leading educational authorities on
American life todav.
Luncheon Sen*
h<- Miami Beach Isr.J
tnct on WedoHdv '
noon. a. the Rlu P|J
rrt'^ "> ''ml S.,5]
chairman.
ludqeship candidate honored Anna Brenner Meyers (thud from left), well known Miami
Beach attorney and civic worker, was honor guest at a kickoft reception held in the Miami
Women's Club for more than 125 friends and supporters interested in her campaign for Cir-
cuit Court Judge in Group 5. From left are the Mesdames Edward Lear. Ann M. Weiartein.
Jack Ablin. George Valentine and Monte Selig.
Farbond Meets of Emanu-El l**"**! V^WITZ
Members of Bial.k Branch No. h"*- APnl *h- l
290. Farband. will hear Jacob I Temple Eirtanu-El. Subject of
Leshtzinski's talk* is: "Galuth and
Zionism." The speaker is a noted
author, scholar and Zionist leader.
MATZOMEAL'ifti
WHOUWHEATI
PASSOVER
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Forum to Hold Memorial
Der Yiddisher Forum will hold
memorial services for the deceased
poets. David Ignatoff and J. J. Sie-
gel. at its meeting on Saturday
evening. April 3rd. 8:30 pm at
Kneseth Israel Congregation. Par-
ticipating will be Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni, J. J. Schwartz. Beryl Mor-
rison. Cantor Abraham Seif. Ehiel
Lesowoder and Jacob Fishman. Der
Yiddisher Forum is a weekly fea-
ture of the Greater Miami Chapter
of the Yiddish Scientific Institute
RE-ELECT
JERRY W. CARTER
TO
Florida
Railroad
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While Jerry mod* only en*
promise lo Ihe votri that he'd
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[FRIDAY APRIL 2. 1954 > M*istrk>rldinri Slier Named Chairman of Committee for Bonds; Succeeds Mrs. Louis Glasser PAGE 5 A =31 ) Sher. prominent Miami Iwiness "in' communal leader, has UfDtdl 'I'*chairmanship for 1954 ,ho Greater Miami Committee %  Stale "I Israel Bonds, it was Enounced this week by Mrs. Louis |Her chairman. Sherw:ll direct the campaign for Israel" second Bond Issue-the tveiopmenl Issue. At the same time, it was announced that a report meeting on o recent Washington conference M detailof the new issue will be [eld at Temple Emanu-El on Monitor April 5th. 8 p.m. jj-e Miami Committee for State Israel Bonds promotes the sale If the !-• %  ti-t Development Bond Isue, which is expected to provide j total of S75.0OO.0OO in 1954 for be development and expansion of Israel's agriculture, industry and ommerce Israel Development ond campaigns are being conductin the United States, Canada, Latin America and Western Urcpe. Layiiu -tress on the success of he first Israel Independence Bond fesue as evidenced "by more than 0.000 Americans who have pura-cd these Bonds," Sher assertthat Americans of all faiths vc expressed their confidence in irnYi ability to maintain a staand democratic nation which lusic and Art League [Slates Program Monday JLami Beach Music and Arts ague will present a program at heBiltmore Terrace Hotel on Monay evening. April 5th, 9:30 p.m. Participating will be Lanelle Trilette. harpsichordist; Arnold limms. basso baritone of the San carlo Opera, with Harlene Ray porrow at the piano; Penalope Esabrooke. pianist; Thomas Armour ,ii/1. vocal duets by Ruth Brotnar soprano, and Arnold Simms, Cbo; and the Baltic Trio in national costume in a series of folk bnrs of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuwith Anita Karns, Amelia Person. Meet a Sep and Tekla Peterson, accompanist. flicmi Sisterhood Luncheon Sisterhood uf the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold Its monthly luncheon on WednesUy. April 7th, in the social hall of synagogue. Mrs. Irwin Sirkin, khai.-man. will be assisted by the Hcsdames Peter Duchon, Max HeiA. Barken. Samuel Rosenblum ad A. Pritikin. Proceeds are for Talmud Torah. will continue to strengthen the ir terests of the free world in the Middle East." Stating that he considered it a "unique privilege" to he invited to head the local Israel Bond fn mittee, Sher paid tribute to Mrs n*Mer. who has "been responsible Tor the steady growth of interest on the part of our community m brael'l historic struggle to stand on its own feet u a self-sustaining democracy." He pledged that he would bend every effort to carry on the important task of obtaining local investment in Israel Develop" ment Bonds." ShT, who attended the Washington conference last weekend with Mrs. Glasser and Seymour Liebman. added: "It is critically important for the people of Israel to be backed up by our investment dollars, if they are to continue their program for economic growth. By creating new agricultural, industrial and commercial projects, thev have proved that economic strength is the most effective answer to threats, blockades and boycotts." Mr. Sher has been a resident of Miami since 1925. He was one of the organizers of the West Flagler Kennel Club in 1930, and president of the company since that time. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Dade County Community Chest and is at present a member of the Citizen's Board of the University of Miami and a member of the Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Sher served for two years as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is now a member of the Executive Committee of the Federation. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Beth David Synagogue. He is a past general chairman of the capital funds campaign for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Beth David Synagogue and Jewish Home for the Aged, as well as assisting the capital fund campaigns lor the University of Miami and other organizations. Mr. Sher is a member of Masonic Lodge. Scottish Rite Masons and -Shrine Temple. He is a founder i Vnember of the Westview Country Club and a member of the Board of Directors. Miller ectric El Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th SL Phons 9-2477 Beth El Slates Seder Congregation Beth El announces its annual community seder on Saturday evening. April 17th, at 7:30 p.m. in the Dora August Auditorium. Philip* Berkowitz is president of the congregation and chairman of the Seder Committee. To Elect Officers Tifereth Israel Northside Center will hold a congregational meeting on Monday evening, April 6th, according to Rabbi Louis Cassel, spiritual leader. Election of officers will take place. Joe Soler IMPORTER Of ALLIGATOR GOODS •IMf SOUTH AMERICAN SOUVtNWS 215 Lincoln Rood 2201 Collins Avenue PHONES 5-4930 $1-357* NEW BOND CHAIRMAN: Mrs. Loui L !" f v WIAIHMAN: Mrs. Louis Glasser (right) expresses good wishes to Jacob Sher, well-known Miami business and communal leader, who has accepted the chairmanship of the Greater Miami Committee of State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Glasser co ntinues as a member of the Board of Governors. Arab Allegations of Troop Concentrations are Denied TEL AVIV (JTA) — An Israeli military spokesman has denied emphatically the allegation by A \ > delegates at the United Nations that Israel was concentrating troops along the borders of Syria, Jordan and*Lebanon. "The charges are pure Oriental fantasy," the spokesman said. The charge was discounted by Israeli spokesmen at the United Nations immediately after the Arab delegates voiced it when they appeared as a group before UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. Goldman Elected Sol Goldman, long-time director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, has been elected financial secretary of Temple Emanu-El, Samuel N. Friedland, president, announced Wednesday. 3Reti ACE RUG CLEANERS a-W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING Bay-Bee Diaper Service "c**Arre MijiMfS r'l jf.it ** Exclusive laundry for Diapors end fhnVy Clothes |j "W. loth AVENUE PHONI ••55f3 Verdi Requiem Slated by Orchestra One of the great requiem masses of all time will be presented by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, with John Bitter conducting, as its eighth offering of the concert season, April 18-19. For the performance of Verdi's Missa Da Requiem, the University has secured four soloists, each famous as a concert artist, who sung the mass together with major symphonies of the country. Supporting them will be the 100piece symphony and the 100-voice mixed University Chorus which has been rehearsing for the performance under the direction of Wilfred Smith since January. The four soloists will be Frances Yeend, soprano; Nan Merriman, mezzo-soprano; David Lloyd, tenor; and Kenneth Smith, bass. In Carnegie Hall last month, Eugene Ormandy presented Miss Yeend with a score of the Verdi Requiem in commemoration of her 16th appearance as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra and her 150th engagement with a major American symphony orchestra. All four artists have achieved comparable records in solo engagements with the major symphonies and, with the exception of Kenneth Smith, they are all American-born artists. Though born in England. Mr. Smith came to America at the age of four and completed his musical studies here. He holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and Oak Leaf clusters for four World War II years as a navigator on a B-24 bomber in the South Pacific. Routh Will Speak Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, April 6th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Fred Routh will be guest speaker. His subject will be "The World's Three Greatest Problems—Hunger, Peace and Freedom:" Lehman, Lowdermilk Named Winners of Stephen Wise Awards NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Walter Clay Lowdermilk, noted soil conservationist and agricultural expert; Senator Herbert Lehman; the Youth Aliyah, world-wide youth rescue and rehabilitation movement; and the Jewish Publication So. iety -ofreiniUcaj have bedjn named winners of the Stephen Wise Awards for 1953. it was announced here by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, which makes the annual awards. ^ Dr. Lowdermilk received the award for his pioneering and creative contributions to the development of Israel; Senator Lehman for his defense of civil liberties in the United States; the Youth Aliyah for its record of 20 years in rescuing and bringing to Israel 5,000 Jewish children from 72 countries; and the Jewish Publication Society for its work in the field of Jewish culture. The recipients were chosen by a committee consisting of leaders in American intellectual, business and public affairs, headed by James N. Rosenberg, prominent attorney and communal leader. Each award bears a cash value of $1,000. The Stephen Wise Awards, established by the American Jewish Congress in 1949, to mark the 75th birthday of the late Stephen Wise, are granted annually for outstanding contribution in four major fields of activity to which Dr. Wise had dedicated his life—the growth and development of Israel; the extension of civil rights and civil liberties in the United States; the advancement of Jewish education and culture; and the welfare of Jews throughout the world. 0HE TASTE !S WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS **£,%£ WA^*A^^/^^>*A^^^/'*/* Lula Jones flowtri far All Occasions DELIVERY • Cat Flow-rs • Potted Plants Corsages • Funeral Designs • Waddings • Portias 1910 S.W. ata STREET 2-5790 • Phones 2-5384 %  offled Under Persona/ RANI ABRAHAM M. CASSEL Miami loach W'W*W*W'Nw rf W


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2. 1954 + if~utn, r ifa r PAGE 5B lional Conference Launches New rive; Miami Pledged for $750,000 fjTON. DC ExpressLinaiim. to "'and beople of irael in resistiSming Arab hostility International Planning 7te Israel last weekend worldwide campaign Be of Israel Bonds, to economy of Israel ent crisis. „. 0 f Miami, newly Crman of the Greater 1( k of Israel Organiza3 the sale of $750,000 evelopment Bonds durthis community, ous vote, the three-day con f erence which tether more than 900 om the United States, bun America and West, in the most representatg on Israel ever to be i country, pledged their comradeship and re|the people of Israel to resist and overcome llity. (o preserve their td to build a productive life in peace." JLosphere of great confce future of Israel, the I officially inaugurated a campaign to raise $75,|1954 out el :i total Bond ^50.000.000 for the indusgricultural development ortance of the new DeBond Issue to Israel in of crii-is for the young Lnmcd by leading reprefof both the United States including Senators Herkhman, of New York, and frguson. of Michigan, Dr. bh, Minister of Develophe State of Israel, and Istssador Abba Eban. ent to which all elements tan Jewry are cooperating fcpport of the new Israel lent Bond Issue was rej the participation in the fce of Philip Klutznick, I B'nai B'nth; Dr. Irving airman. American Zionist |Mrs Rebecca Shulman, of Hadassah, Women's brganization of America; bh J Schwartz, executive jinan of the United Jewal. which raises funds for linn settleinent in Israel: %  n Freeman, president of Icil of Jewish Federations %  are Funds an ;i>sociation Icnmmumty organizations lise funds tor Israel and I,, Ihwartz pointed out that Israel Bonds and the Uniti Appeal are the two prinInnels of financial aid for Id that both should receive intensified support from American Jews. "There should be no question in the minds of anyone about the efforts of the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond Issue. Both are of vital importance to the survival, welfare and upbuilding of Israel, f Both require the intensified support of American Jews, and of America's Jewish community." The first dramatic demonstration of response to the new Israel Bond Issue in strengthening Israel in the present situation came when Klutznick announced that the members of B'nai B'rith, which is the largest and oldest Jewish fraternal order in the world, would make itself responsible for the sale of seven and a half million dollars in Israel Bonds during 1964. The formation of a new national organization to be known as the "Guardians of Israel," consisting of Americans who are rendering outstanding service to the development of the State of Israel, was announced at the Conference by Julian B. Venezky, chairman of the executive Committee of the Israel Bond Organization. Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Philadelphia, distinguished American Jewish leader, was chosen national chairman. As evidence of the importance that is attached to the extension of the Israel Bond drive to ther countries, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former Secretary of the United States Treasury, was named to head the International Committee for the Simunhoff to Speak Harry Simonhoff, Miami attorney, author and columnist for The Jewish Floridian, will be gue ; t 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 St. and Ocean Ct., Miami Beach. Simonhoff's topic will bez "The Jews of India." Charles H. Lee will preside. A question and answer period will follow the lecture by the world traveler. Seated is world famous Cantor Pinchik accepting his 20th High Holy Day engagement at Congregation Knesses Israel Nusach Sfard in Chicago. Left to right are David S. Scheffner, Mayor Harold Shapiro, Joseph Hyman, Cantor Pinchik's representative, and Morris S. Kite, president of the Chicago congregation. Signing of the contract took place at a luncheon held in the Strath Haven Hotel on Miami Beach. campaign. Morgenthau had previously served as chairman of the Board of Governors jot tne Israel Bond Issue which was initiated in May, 1951, and which has resulted in the raising of more than $161,000.000 for the upbuilding of Israel's economy. Among the officers who will continue in their present posts are Rudolf G. Sonneborn, president of the State of Israel Bond Organization; Julian B. Venezky of Peoria, chairman of the Executive Committee; and Henry Montor, vice president and chief executive officer. 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PAGE 1 A L*t*i,noHdlan Soviet Veto Hits Suez Canal Resolution UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The Western Powers aligned themselves behind the New Zealand draft resolution calling on Egypt to end her blockade of Israel-bound shipping at the Suez Canal, when consideration of Israel's complaint was resumed in the Security Council this week. • But the Soviet Government Tuesday used its veto rights in the United Nations to veto a resolution in the UN Security Council calling upon Egypt to abandon its anti-Israel blockade. The Soviet veto cast by Andrei Vishinsky killed the resolution regardless of the number of votes cast in favor. In addition to Mr. Vishinsky. a vote against the resolution was cast by Dr. Charles Malik of Lebanon. Those who voted in favor of the resolution included: New Zealand. United States. Britain, France, Denmark, Brazil, Colombia and Turkey. The representative of Nationalist China abstain cd. Explaining his opposition to the resolution, Mr. Vishinsky said that his government advocates an appeal to Israel and Egypt to settle the matter "by direct negotiations." He criticized the countries which announced their 1 the resolution and said is the view of the Soviet Government that the resolution will not help in the Israel-Arab situation i-ince no decision can be "imposed" upon any nation against her will. Egypt and The I,obanon voiced •trong opposition to the resolution •hich calls on Egypt to comply • ith the Security Council resolution of Sept. 1. 1951 enjoining her to cease interference with Israelbound shipping through the canal. The resolution notes "with grave incern" Egypt's failure to comply With the 1951 resolution and calls .ipon Egypt "in accordance with its bligations under the Charter, to comply therewith." With reference i the Israeli complaint of Interference by Egypt with shipping in the Gulf of Akaba bound for the Israel porl of Eilath. the resolution declares the complaint should be remind in the first instance, to the Israel-Egypt Mixed Armistice Commission. In moving the resolution, Leslie Knox Munro. New Zealand representative, charged that Egypt's degree of non-compliance with the Security Council order was "not nominal but substantial" and insisted that this issue of non-compliance was the central issue. He said that Egypt's claim of a state of belligerancy had been specifically denied by the Security Council in 1951. He also charged that Egypt, "with every appearance of deliberation," had ignored the Security Council's injunctions, and declared that no border grievances could justify "a continuing breach" of the Council's resolution reaffirming freedom of passage through the Suez Canal. The Egyptian delegate, Dr. Mohammed Azmi, repeated Egypt's claim that her blockade was justified by an existing state of belligerency. Dr. Charles Malik of The Lebanon, was interrupted by the chairman, Selim Sarper, of Turkey. in the midst of a long discourse when he made the "announcement" that as a result of Israel's action in walking out of the Mixed Armistice Commission in Jerusalem, the Arabs feared that' "Israel might strike somewhere in the Arab world." In announcing American support of the New Zealand resolution, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., head of the American delegation, said that the parties concerned in the dispute had the duty to respect and to try to give effect to the combined judgment of the United Nations, whether represented in the General Assembly, the Security Council or other competent organs. Their desire to do so, he asserted, had not always been apparent. If the parties, disregarding the collective effort of the United Nations, "bring the house down upon themselves," he warned, "it is they who will suffer most." Sir Pierson Dixon, head of the British delegation, favored addition of a paragraph to the resolution fixing a time limit for Egyptian compliance by calling for renewed consideration by the Council within 90 days or so. He said, however, he would not press for this if it was not considered necessary. s !LT' r Swerdlin to Chair Outstanding Awards tnat it; _. ___ • c.i _.i. DI i. it i Sanford M. Swerdlin. Miami attorney, will be chairman of the eighth annual presentation of awards honoring the outstanding man and woman of the year 1953 at the Bayfront Park Bandshell on April 21st, 7:45 p.m. The event was initially sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, and now includes cooperating organiz%  Uons of a civic and social nature throughout Dade County. Hade Federal Savings & Loan Association of Miami, Joseph Lipton, president, assists Sholem Lodge and cooperating organization in the project, Swerdlin explained. Others on the committee are Marx Faber. Joseph Rayvis, Marvin Rauzin. Judge William Pallott, Irvj^OGUST BROS ny t ii f/ % %  n\; ing Saal. Jack Block, H. J. Frosch and Everett W. Liner. Block represents the Knights of Pythias. Hialeah American Legion and the Reserve Officers Association are represented by Frosch and Liner. Other committee members are from Sholem Lodge. TBRM/TES WARMING? CALL F OTTO' THf ORKIN MAN FREE INSPECTION Call 2-1776 Member •< I'M! •'ritfa :-:%^*SB*S*SS*S*S*S*^*S**^*^*S3.>^*3S.>^.*S2£^. : .g For thin Pasttorcr we are preparing for you these Home Mode Products whieh will be the bent you ever tasted Ask for eer BORSCHT Made from the Finest Beets Simph re frupmrt and so


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PAGE 4 B Jewisl>norAM9r -EM5iY.i Dr. Friedl Named to Top Summer Post At University of Andes in Bogota Director general of summer sestention. One of the guest speakers dons at one of South America's • i.-tinguished universities will be one of the University of Miami's internationally known scholars. The University of the Andes at Bogota, Colombia, has appointed Dr. Bert hold C. Friedl. I'M Pro lessor of Romance Languages, to the top executive post for this summer. He will also be visiting Professor of Linguistics, teaching .methods for foreign language study. Friedl. who teaches Russian also at the university here, was during Language Week *JU Dr. Daniel Arango. vice rector of the University of Jte Aades. who stressed the need Cgr language studies in inter-American understanding. In his official notification of Dr. Friedl's appointment as summer director of the Colombian university. Dr. Mario Lasern. rector, wrote hopefully that this appointment would be the first step in establishing a "Miami.-Bogota axis" of cultural interchange. Dr. Friedl. graduate of the Ini chairman of UM's recent Language versity of Chicago, earned his docWeek, which attracted national at-j torate degree in letters at the I'mversity of Paris. He joined the UM Odham to Seek Check on Of tire Of Uorornor language faculty in 1946. as Professor Of Romance Languages and Russian. Several years ago. the govern ment of Israel honored Dr. Friedl Candidate for governor of Flor-' with an official tour of the counida. Brailey Odham. this week i tr y. during which he was guest pledged "to put the people's gov-! sp Vaker at the three major Israeli trnment out on top of the table I universities. and to give them the machinery to \ He wj|| pave wj(h his famjly check and correct unsound condifor Bogo(a a ne pnd o( ( M -. (llI [rent semester in June. Organizer of the talkathon and runnerup to the late Governor Dan P P U r)rrviri Sisterhood McCarty in 1952. Odham listed oth l,em UaTlfl J" !" 88 tr planks m his platform which Plans Donor Luncheon elude expansion ol agricultural Bt>tn Davjd sisterhood will hold i and indust:;., notion development and a donor i uncht .on at the Di Lido Hotel on Thursday. April 7th. 12 The Sanford businessman declarnoon. Co-chairmen of the event are that be is dedicated "to develop Mrv M( ., t r Fort r and Mr>San — through education, research. 3 a( | aru s promotion and the incomparable ..... tiv< a truly free-en,.rpr,~e ***** re D *" M 1 ? d ea Sjdm the full industrial, asn"> J Kapla "' {a ph ,,an k,n Nat cultural and tourism potentials of 5" !" av d **** M"** **ij a • Mnowto, Nathan Speigelman and Odham also reiterated his 1952 Krank A Rose stand for constitutional revision. InThe Sisterhood also plans a juncluding a proposed amendment to ior sp der for some 600 pupils of empower the legislature, by pe'he Beth David Religious Schools tition of two thirds of its members. 1 on Sunday morning. April 11th to call itself into session for a Mrs Ida Hartz will be chairman, specific purpose including inves-1 The group held its regular Board tigation and impeachment, thus meeting on Wednesday. Hostesses giving the people a constant chec!; were he Mesdames Rose. Herbert on the governor, whether he ba me or anyone else Odham also advocated revision < l the succession article to provide for the secretary of state to assume the duties of the governor's office on the death or disability of the governor. "The late Governor McCarty proposed the same method," Odham declared. Sher, Forer and Sam Seitlin. *•• or Phoni M. NAT GANS 3-4*16 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEED* Metropolitan Ufa Ina. Co. %  07 Blacayna Bldg. ta W. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 2, 1954 +Jewish rh>rktian PAGE 9B jMJCC to Open Registration Monday for fhree Summer Day Camps in Miami Area Registration will begin on Mon j ay April 5th. for the three sum_' day camps operated by the Greater'Miami Jewish Community Ce.iter it was announced by Mrs. Sheiner, County Day Comnttee chairman. The capacity of 300 children was expected to be filled early, and parents were adtised to enroll prospective campers is soon as possible. The day camp season will comnence on June 21st and continue jor eight weeks through August B3th Open to boys and girls age 8ix to 12, the program is provided live days per week, Monday Jhroujh Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. "These camps are serving an important community need," Emanuel Tropp, GMJCC director of Letivities, said, "in providing many |cu*ied TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH van '*W+~^~^^**^^-v^f^^^*^*^^~^~^-^-^' ,, "^s/ l *^^*^s#*^L^*^e7**^e* | s*^B^' s~\ r s~ys*~\sJ*-\ r r Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Yaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob, Director PHONE 5-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS MILK CREAM ICE CREAM or order from route salesman



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! 1 < %  f t i i 1 5 t PAGE 10 B •.L~i€i,nor*mv7 IB^AY^APRa 2.1* LEGAL NOTICI Dromedary Dates Make Festive Passover Week In many basic respects, the world has changed little since Bib-' lical days. And if we watch the j uungsters as they celebrate a holi-, day. join in the Seder night and Passover festivities, enjoy the tra_itional Passover treats, it is not, too difficult to project into the past j and picture children (and for that matter, adults) of two or three thousand years ago greeting the Niliday with much the same joy I nd reverence. Then, as now. sweets were a special treat for the children and an :mportant part of traditional celebration: and then, as now. the .'uscious golden-brown dates grown ,n the Biblical regions were the traditional sweet at Passover. These are the dates Dromedary -rings as the ideal sweet to the holiday table. Today, with a fivethousand year pedigree. Drome' ary Dates have a delicate taste .nd firm, meatly texture, a quality unsurpassed in the entire his tory of the cultivation of this fruit —and that taste, that quality, that naturally wholesome quality are (aptured and protected in all their parity by an exclusive Dromedary ;i-teurization process. Todav. more than ever before. Dromedary Dates have won wide-1 Florida Motorists are being expediency asked to pay twice for one stretch "Florida taxpayers have already of the proposed bobtail toll turn-, paid the cost of this stretch of pike. Tom Lee. candidate for the I state Road 9." Lee said, "and now NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTl" I" IS HEREBY C.IVKN that the undersign. .1. desiring to rngact In f.uslness under thr fictitious name of I. \ | E H .-I 'N DRIES, at lotl Washlngt..n A-.. Miami Bench. Intend* to .1 name with the Clerk ot Court of Dade t'aunty, NATHAN RCBENSTEIN CARL RDWIM i.irTi.x Atl"|-l.. for Applicant I'..I Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldman will be honored at Frida ning services of the North Shore Jewish Center during a coronation. The Goldmans made a gift of the crown Center. y eveTorah to the Leo? Supports Fall-Length Pike %  pread popularity as Nature's own -weet—the perfect Passover treat —literally, "the candy that grows n trees." Dromedary Datein the familiar >el!ophane-wrapped yellow pack.ge. are featured for Passover at II food stores, in the popular 8 or nd economical 1 lb. size.—S.T. state legislature from Group 2. said this week. Addressing a rallv in Little River. Lee said the proposal for turning over of State Road 9 for use by the turnpike authority is a "legislative compromise born of political we are asked to make it part of the toll turnpike so we can pay for it again in tolls." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERV. N* 1S74S3 Gl.oKl V OWCHA1*. Plaintiff WILLIAM DWCHAR, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION : • WI1.1JAM oWCHAR rani Avenue ni Ni York YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IUII of Complaint for D ha* been filed against you in thr iii\f entitled c-auw and you are herel.v notified to serve a copy of your to the Bill of I'omiilaim on rr attorneys, and file the urigIn..I in the ..fflc of the Cleric of the Circuit Court on or before the 2*th d^v of April. I3t otherwlae. a Del'i Coafaaass will be entered against you. Thin notice shall be published once ... h week lot four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH KU'KIIUAN Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 22nd day of March, lit. i: 1! r.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court B) WM W STiM'KING. Deputy clerk PALLOT. SILVER Ml'LLOY Attorney* (or Plaintiff 701 Congress P.hl* Miami. Fla. 1 2 — 4 :->-u LEGAL NOTICE WTYJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Apr. 2 • 5) MOININ6 FWIQAV SATURDAY ":30 ~:45 tm : E-3SS:4S i T.Ofl. V SUNDAY MONDAY T—t Pat.. Mite. Feature FHm Today f£* U r.g Duns E houl :15 ^ fJC Strike It Rich :4S 'J"80 The I.I tile Show '3:15 Valiant Ladr 5:30 I'lain. l.u. ., "0:45. To Be Ann ced ; Sm Ed MoCopn Teat Pat.. Mus. D. Dong ESS Strike It Rich Super Circus Capl. Midnight I Christopher? Lamp Unto Ft The I.'le WESm I • I Valiant Lady i Ixmk t'p. Live Oar* M.tore Ind'try Parade :':00 Del Russo •1:15 ':30 Menu Mack 11:48 Spa. e PatraJ | Thla la The Life Arthur Gudlrey Meau Magic Johnny Jupiter I Hilly Graham I What'a Trble AFTERNOON NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that thr undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STATE MORTHAilK CO.: EQCITAIU.K INVR8TMRNT Co.. at 13* N.E. Ilrst St.. intends to reciter aaid "'• with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DadeCounty. Florid* •V M'KRIS RAT FRIEDMAN, Owjjcr 2 — t/'-i.U NOTICE UNDER JTcrmous NAME LAW NOTICE R, HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 4n f^SSi??. u 5tn "^ S t iou ni** x>rj LrrTiJ: GEORGIA BAR. at :?.;; ti.w. 32d Are.. intend* to register rJrld name with th* Clerk ot th Circuit CV>urt of l>ate Counts, Morfd.i. RATMoXp IVES Kl>SI.KK A GARX Attorney* for Applicant 172 W Hairier SI J 2 — l/t-9>U 2:00 I've Got News Die Top "2:1S Ixive of Ufe •2:30 Sear.h For Tomor. I •• -*45 Guiding Llaht I S. Sch'l of Air I'n ':00 Hrunch With Judv ":15 1:30 fjftry Moore :45 Roy Kugrm Capt Horn Cartn-O-Vllle Fve Got Newi !< %  >' •"• Life Bob Pnlea S"rch F^r Tom Guiding Light BrVh W NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la 5 T M ". under the fictitious name Of EDDIES BBRTICE STATION, at SCO waahingion Avenue. Miami Beach, inlend. to r-g-ister said name with the '"•* of the Circuit Court of Dade ovntv, Hirida y.u PKE..E',V V MAT,K **• n I'M in Reviewincome Tax Juvenile Jury* c for AM ... | 2J^ Uncoln Road Juor 3 1>.J — i ;., 'iarv Moore 2:00 Cobbs Corner 2:15 2:30 At Jackie's Honse 2:45' Talent Ranch Jamie Slot. Cobba Corner Death Valley Mr Wiaard I Pride of Familj Jackle'a House 00 I!.g ::15 3C Rate !:45 %  avoff Smith stdio of worM To Be Ann'ced Pepsi Piaih'ne Paul Winchell Big Phi off Kate Smith -:00 Ale. <;ib*on 4:15 ':30 ^:45 l L'hcle Martin T ble W. F"thT You Are Tliere Mr Peepers Ale* Gibso:i i:00 Cllenn AMickey ::15 Superman 5:30: 5:45 Shopper's Guide Amateur Hour Sun Adventure Sports Hllltes Newa-Weather EVENING Glenn. Mickey Cisco Kid Shopper's Guide I S:00 Sir't of DeaOkU'n Bed Skelton %  ::10 Weatherman 6:15 Jack of All Sports i 5:30 I'aperhouse Party Ine Ranger 6:45 Itenick Hearting 7:00, Greatest Dramas [ Caat 7:15 Let's <;.. Fishing 7:S0 Doug Edwards Two 7:4: Eddie Hsher Meel the PressPublic Service Weatherman Jack of Sports I Mu. Mar nettes Armchair Adv Re-nick Reporta Raaick Reports !M T afe. COU J. T V JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY fW't:l H PROB T ENO 32435 B Is R< ESTATE i >K l l "i'4.e;2'-i'' K MAN I" %  *• T„ ,, NOTI J CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavE"a'te '" "*'" ,: "" 1 Ahhasl S. i.l and each of you, are her.l.s ?uim^ ""? EH** 4 '" r '-'nt any JZl n 1 d m n,l hi. 'i vou, or either of you. m.i> have ac:iin>t Hie estate of PHILIP SHI.A.'KM S rt„ to the Hon Co U „,v Judges of Had, fjoahty and file the ..,,„,. ln '?,,! .n their the Count) Courthouse |„ County, norida. ,thln eight months from (n ,, ,, • ubii. it„.n hereof 6:00 Mama I:tS :3S I've Got A Secret 8:45; r ^^ •O0, BehHtS Playhouse :15; J0 Mr. MrNutle*:45l HraddrKk Life W. Father This la T Life F. Money Private Hec'y Doug Edwards L'le Theater Ja.kie Gleason Comeily Hour >\r'n Intrigue Meet Millie Barns Allen Firestone Hour Fre.l Waring Tou Bet Life I I Love Lucy My Fav. Story 13r00l Gillette Fights i Show of Shows 13:30 Hit Parade 10^45 <>ld Time Newsreel 11:00 News. Weather 11:15 Topper 11:30 11:45. World Premiere The Web I studio une" Wh.it M. Line Place The Face, Don Hollenbach I Newa-Wether I VI. \l. ^ V-.V VI... I.l i._ A Medal. Theater I Mr., Mrs. North j Man B'd Badge -2:00 •2:15 '2:30 •2:45 | Sat. .Vnt Feat. Eversh'D Th'tre I The Vagabonds Sign Off Sign Off INSURAN off • |g Dad • ilendar the first claims or demand, t nUlii the lega M.I..of the ,,:,„„,,„ „„, 'i"^ sworn to and presented as aforesaid ^r;?\* h \"\ -"on 1*1 Mi.C.l'.ls HHLACKMAN, As Adminisirator or the r.st.lte of PHILIP SHLACKMAN, Ifl MAX R sli.VI'P %  ** NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOl'SK OK FRANCINE. at 531 NW I -ii -l Avenue. Miami. Dade county, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.de County, Florida. CATHERINE M. 1JTTLE. (Sole Owner) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant Bit W. FUgler St.. Miami. Fla. J/J — 4/Z-S-K CAL NOTICE lou are hen I i,.i f : com,,...,,,,,, i.'.rUc'ruj^sj IN THE CIRCUIT re.o^T' ELEVENTH JLOicra. 0 *, 1 AND FOR DA0 C o>,a C i* C * Mora the |th you fnil to ,1 -. i i.lr„.C„, LI llaf demande.i |„ n„ m'n-XJ DONE AND i.UI.KKKi 1,7 Ho, Ida. this i; .,,, „, i,, "' tlerk. c rcuil r£j,| > M W HT0? HAROLD TANNilN" f"* Attorney f,.i | i?i-Srri ^' 2 ; uii "" nB M ta NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 2Tth AVENUE USD CO.. at 2 N.W. 114th street. Miami. Florida. Intend* to register aaid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Horlda. HARRT L. DAVIS HARVEY R. KLEIN ^ Horney for Harrj L Davis 2 Biscayne Bulliinjr. Miami. FlorkU 3/2 — 4/2-S-16 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREftr GTVFJS that the uaalsirsignea. desiring to engage In oetsinesa under the fictitious aaahs ot FLAMINGO TEXTILES CUJSHloNS. at 45 N.E. lHh tftre-t. Miami. 1-ldrMa. iutrn.N to register aaid name with tha Otrk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. 1I.AM1N<;<> TEXTIIJCR. INC. a fiorhia corporation, s.d. ownar PALI.OT, SILVER A MfLLOT Attorneys for Hamtngo Textiles. Inc. J'IS-24 — 4/2-S T S 1 f!,'! A( ,' K;:|lV l>ecease1 %  MIAMI BEACH. Fl .fir., pubiicaj i;;,; '„. %  ; %  ;.. V"^';;,^; .r demandi ... .,„„„,„ ,,,.''," •"' %  '.rand'-prese;'.. g-0. aroresald, or IM4 i KR LILI.IK RTRICKIJ ^^;, r "V:.:;.,;;:..;.: Attorneys fo, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Na. 1ST444 JESSIE J. JACOBS and JOSEPHINE JACOBS, his wife, and MAMIE G|DIONS. Plaintiffs. W. M ASHLEY and LCCT ASHLEY. hi* wife, et al. I>efendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR To: W M ASHLEY and Ll'cY ASHLEY, his wife. 2'..".3 Lycaster Detroit H. Michigan I'Al'L B. AKHLET and GENK ASHLEY, his wtfa. Box 431 Orov* <'itv. (Mhin ROP.EKTA SCHOPE and JOHN s. IK.PK. her huwhand 1 % %  st office IK>x 471 su.inanoa. North Carolina I'AI LINE I.YDA and ERNERT I.YDA. her husbaud WeaverviUe. North Carolina IIIDDIE ul'TUW, a widow, Post Office |i,,x 471 Swananoa. North Carolina F A. MTI'ART and VIRQE STIART. his wife. Post Office Box 471 Swananoa, North Carolina, f alive and. if dead, also the unknown heirs. devisee*. legatees. grantees, trustees, assignees, credit, .is. Llenors, succ-essors in interest, or other persons claiming by. through, under or against such of them as are dead, as helra of B. B. ASH1.KT. deceases!: and against his unknown heirs and any and all persons churning any right, title, or Interest. ,,, heirs of B. B. ASHLEY, ece;i,i. ,nd. all other persons claiming in right, thla or interest, in and to the property involved In thi suit. .w T 1 ARr -' HEREBY NOTIFIED hat a suit ha* been filed against you in the above styled Court to quiet title to the following described propertv. to-wlt. HL'-.V'"' lOO.fttt feet or the Eaut gaia*. feet of the Hnulh Half of 72H, NINETBEN. and the Wo.t !" R'aat of the Eat 203 02'. feet !e„.'. h '^ or n 1* feet of Tract TWENTY of NILE GARDENS. Ke.tir.ii II. according to the Plat thereof recorded In PUt Book 31 "J ,. ,' I 3 of ,n ItiWh* Record* of Dade County. Horlda and you are hereby required to aarve %  .•"S* "f >"r answer or other plead.. %  -Vs.'.'P. ,h oUintlfTs attmnavs. M TNER and Hl'TNER. 120 olvmpla Hiilldmg Miami. I-1,>rlda. and file the '!S a "i'.'"" u %  nI before the May. A D. IS.I. otherwlae -gallon, „ f Ihr ,, ,,,„ „ f ken as .onfeaaed bxl dV : '.'7'vJ" • Mlaml ""ri"*. thla .2nd oa> of Mar. h. AD HERMAN. Clerk .f the V. RTNOTICE BY PUBLICAT— IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' eTi ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUlf FLORIDA IN AN0 FOiassi COUNTY. IN CHANCERY s. *9 ALLIE S. ROCNTREE, ITa. vs FORREST H Ri TNTREE. L_ SUIT FOR DIV0R'CE TO: FORREST II UMPXTRJI Whale) on*. Virginia You are hereby nutlfieil tags of Complaint f..r LMvoret an] filed against >.,i. .-, n .i >** J quired to serve a up) of >•• %  or Pleading to HiHi on the plaintiff. Attornei, %  LEVINE. 123 N.W. i:th Arean, ami, Horlda. and III, tat al Answer or Pleading in the offli the Clerk of the Circuit Court al before thr 12th day of April. ||B you fall to d.. ,., judjmenibil fault will be takni agaio>t JML the relief demanded in the lil Complaint. This notice sh..',l be published < each week for f>>ur ...nju-cutives in THE JEWISH KlAdUDlAS. DONE AND <>KI>ERKD at Fksrlda, this :th da) of March, i ISM. E. B. LEATHrHl!Ul Clerk, Circuit Coon, Dade County. Florin By WM W. STOCDaT &f Circuit Court Seal) Demitir DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Plaintiff 123 N.W. I2th A\'. Miami. I/I2-1S-M — 4'2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT) AND FOR OADE COUNTY, IDA. IN CHANCERV. Ms. I NATHAN G. WATMAS, miWil( MINNIE K. WATMAN. MfskB, I NOTICE BY SUIM.ICTr0r1 j TO: MINNIE K W\TMA.N 7CB Grgnd Concourse Bronx. New Tort. TOlf AR*: HERKBT SO, that a Bill of CornpUiat for i has been Hied against ro hi above entitled raate and you aret by rerulrerr* Ing Claims or Demands AJW' Batata: ._ You. and each <-f you. rnotlflcd and reunited '"I"." !" rUlms and demand" wine" n either of you. ma) hai' estate of FRED sPolrllRR. ed late of Dade .Hint), rathe H..n ULANK } l JBa County Judge of 'i"''^'*! nia the same In h f"**3 Count) Courthouse In %  "..„, I loi Ida. within eight • ^. n ,r b 5 rVoaS ihc date of the Urst P"J" hereof. Said rfcxlrn; or o !" contain the legal addre*.i of l^ ant and to be "tn "• %  ""jj] as aforesaid, or same will" See Section I IS of H" Jtate March I. V 1 ,' '?, R p, RARBAKA s'V,Vi if laf A AdmlnlstratrB %  Estate of ,.. v on FRED M-oFhVRP. RAYMAN A •'' %  '"['.-...uirairB Alt.riiey for the Admialsu3/2 — 4/2-I-U business under '"' V,' T A1. '-""Tar KOOSEVEI.T r ~ l iI A .nd *"J TORY, al •2N '-..*-"rei.'*a ami. 1-V.ri.la. intends to 7 M iV M name with the < lerk ^..rsU _J| Court of Dade '"'"'sUfS ?R HAROLD (.Kdtoo (Sole owner) HI'NRY M CAIN Vtioin^ey for A,.,dlcnt ^ NOTICE IS HRB^gal Ihundersigned .1' > ,„,,, business under lJiV SB KENT CLEANERJi f^Nlx. s^ld name w" %  VfisJ cult Court ;•'„';;,."H8 H IRRT ;!g.i AAI MAX sir.vi-i:



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)A y, APRI L 2, 1954 • Jmlsti fkridUam Communal Leaders Expected to be S ent at Fruchtman Testimonial PAGE 3 A lhan 250 communal leadm pav tribute to Charles H. Jtman'at the Grossinger-Panf Hotel on Wednesday night Kionial dinner to FruchtK jrc president of Temple taw-El sponsored by the Jewheolofiical Seminary of Amer| W ill honor the former Toledo s ,riali.-t and philanthropist for ,s of service to the Greater Mi[and American Jewish commuArzt, vice chancellor of will be principal Max Seminary. *er at the-function, expected [itract the top leadership of Ih Florida. Dr. Arzt, a former Went of the Rabbinical AssemD f America, will arrive here to Jer with local and national leadu the Conservative movement. meatman has been active in iter Miami organizations and _gns since moving here from several years ago. This year erved as co-chairman of the s. Lipson Will Certificate X$. Rebecca Lipson, of 322 st., Miami Beach, a member %  faculty of Beth Sholom Reos School, will be presented iwith the Hebrew diversity Certiicate of Proficiney in Hebrew ulture at JJie leth Sholom Friay evening serv** At the same ime. a similar •ertificate will >e presented posthumously to ""• UpiM her late husband, Lipson. who also qualified je certificate before he pass^way last June, is very appropriate to prethis certificate on this parir Sabbath." stated Rabbi Kronish. spiritual leader, in %  nnouncement. "since this Sabbegins the observance of NaHebrew Week throughout |country. The examinations for certificate are given by (he Irew University all over the fi to encourage the study of rew culture," he said. thusfar 461 people all over the Id have received these certifip. Locally, the award is adlistered by the Bureau of JewlEducation which publicizes and purages people to take the exnations and organizes classes to students prepare for them." [Attend Seminary erence in New York E\V VORK called to New City by The Jewish TheologBeminary of America to conW1 'h lay lenders from every of the United States and da at the eighth annual meetol the National Planning Comwe of the Seminary, in cooper with the 1 nited Synagogue MH-rica and the Rabbinical Asry oi America, are Samuel ^and, Charles I ruchtman and ,phI; "" ol Miami Beach. be dele, National I nationa' are members of inning Committee, roup which intertoe work of the Seminary ls affiliated institutions to the communities and spearheads ^"al efforts to maintain three major institutions of %  wrvative Movement. Hebrew Academy dinner and last year headed the Academy cam paign. In 1953, he was chairman of the vital Winter Residents Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. For years, Fruchtman has been a national leader of the United Jewish Appeal and has been active in the Israel Bond drive since its inception in 1951. Fruchtman Hall at Brandeis University is named for him, and he has been active in support of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Samuel Friedland, David Levinson and Joseph M. Rose are cochairmen of the dinner. Friedland is president, Levinson a director and Rose, honorary life president, of Temple Emanu-El. Friedland reported that reservations still are available for the affair. "I know our community wants to show its appreciation to Charles Fruchtman for his outstanding work and achievements," Friedland said. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El, a member of the Rah binic cabinet of the Seminary, said here this week that "The recognition for Mr. Fruchtman is one in which all of our members are anxious to join, as well as the leaders of the many other activities in the community which he has so wholeheartedly supporters." Cantor Philip Brummr, of Temple Emanu-El, will offer several musical selections. Levinson and I Rose reported that 'interest in this | dinner has mounted steadily since its announcement. Not only is the tribute to our good friend well-deserved, but support of the Jewish Theological Seminary is certainly necessary. The Seminary's part in the recent "Living Book" series is a good example of the vital need for this important national institution. Members of Fruchtman's family from Toledo, and numerous Ohio friends are planning to attend the dinner, which will begin at 7 p.m. Mrs. Meyers Fledges to Explain Circuit Court Function kk educational campaign to explain the jurisdiction of circuit courts to the man in the street was proposed this week by Anna Brenner Meyers, candidate for Circuit Court Judge in Group 5. Mrs. Meyers said she had noted during her campaign that many people ''are not thoroughly acquainted with the jurisdiction of the circuit courts." She said that, if elected, she would accept speaking engagements and publish an amount of literature at her own expense to "show how this important court functions, and the sort of cases which it handles. "During my campaign talks, I have pointed out that the circuit courts handle cases involving divorces, annulments, foreclosures of mortgages, and the courts has the power to make orders in connection With the custody of children," she said. Mrs. Meyers noted that the circuit court also has jurisdiction of all civil actions in which the amount in controversy involves $5,000 or more, and has appellate jurisdiction in cases appealed to it from many lower courts. Israelite Center to Meet The Israelite Center will hold a regular meeting Tuesday evening, April 6th, at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 8th, will mark the concluding session of the adult classes. TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy 1 Pr vide KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Products CREA M • SOUHCHEAM • COTTAGE CHEESE *** Y Ordw. with Your Drlrr or Coll 844521 6851 NX. 2nd AVENUE —' Miamians to Attend Biennial Convention Of JWB; 500 Delegates Expected in Ohio Charles ffuchtmun Schwartz to Conclude Seminar on Literature Israel Jacob Schwartz, Yiddish poet and author, will lecture on "Creative Jewish Literature in America" on Wednesday, April 7th, at Temple Emanu-El. This lecture will conclude the series in the annual Hebrew Teachers' Seminar sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. Schwartz was born in Kovno, Lithuania. He came to America in 1906 and has written much of his poetry for publication in Yiddish periodicals. As a result of ten years spent in Lexington, Kentucky, he wrote his book of idylls and poems, "Kentucky," which he is now translating into Hebrew. His translations in Yiddish include "Julius Ceasar" and "Hamlet" by Shakespeare, the poetry of Spain, an anthology of Hebrew poetry and the poetry and prose of Chaim Nachman Bialik. Schwartz's lecture will be in Yiddish and is open to the general public. David Freedman will act as chairman. Leon Kaplan, Sam Seitlin and executive director Efraim H. Gale will represent the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at the biennial convention of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which will take place April 8-11 in Cleveland, Ohio. A total of 500 delegates are expected from all parts of the coun"Carnlval Time" Dance A "Carnival Time" dance will be sponsored by the Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on Saturday, April 3rd, at 8:30 p.m. The event is open to all single adults over 28 and will feature the music of Lou Gentile's Orchestra. an Leo Fuchs Stars "I Want To Be A Mother," American-Yiddish film, will be the second presentation by the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, in its Yiddish film series on Tuesday, April 6th, at 8 p.m. The film presents many Yiddish comics, including Hannah Hollander, and stars Leo Fuchs. try to join in intensive discussion on vital problems effecting Jewish Community Centers and YMHA's throughout the United States. Guest speakers include General Matthew B. Ridgway; Philip M. Klutznick, B'nai B'rith national president; Professor Oscar Handlin. of Harvard University; Dr. Salo Baron, president of the Amerian Jewish Historical Society; and Kenneth L. Wilson, president of the US Olympic Association. The delegates will be entertained by Sam Levenson. Subjects for discussion at this Conference will include "Veterans Rehabilitation, A Job for the Professional, A Job for the Volunteer," "Cultural Programming on a Community-Wide Basis," "JWB Armed Services Program in Action," and "Women's Groups and Activities in the Jewish Community Center." A colorful centennial observance will be conducted at the convention banquet. Lodge Meets Tuesday Regular meeting of the Mount Sinai Rebekah Lodge No. 91 will be held on Tuesday, April 8th, 8 p.m., at 215 NW 4th st. 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IAY. APRIL 2, 1954 *JewlstncrH/a, m PAGE 11 B LfGAL NOTICi Jrt, UNPEB FICTITIOUS ,n%.V that Signed, desiring '" en B ln BSoE'sToteT?! ,K .Miami. Florida, Intend. ^j"!l wh the Clerk ",'wruii Court of Dade County, MIRACLE SHOE CORP. llv: i-raiik J. Levin, President ILJfor Miracle ""• 8tore fc-l'S — 4 fnCE UNDER FICTITIOUS V F ,£H*REBY O JVWI that arraigned, desiring t<> engage In C iind.r the firlitlous name of NfJsHOBS. at 48 S.K. Firat yi'aini. Florida, Intend., to r. gS name ith the Clerk of the .,', %  'uri of ld County, Flor da. W MIRACLE SHOE t'OW, jli : Frank J. Levin, P resident irr & OBNBT Cu foi Mlrmcli Shoea I <'BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS C NAME LAW • Miami. Florida. .,ii name with the Clerk {Ifte Circuit Court of Dade County, JAM ITS H. ROTHERHAM IVF.T R KLEIN ',..'.. for .!<""H Rotherham J...IWI.' I'.uildlng b:.X — 1 I iNOTICE TO CREDITORS ,HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT UNO FOR DADE COUNTY, Ml DA. IN PROBATE. No. 2BSM-B ESTATE I'E FRANK, I '••• .-ascd and All I'eraona Hav. „i 11, in,mil.Against Said and eaeh of you, are hereby | i required to preaent any i and deinanda whl.h you, or ,; rou, may have againat the l \\\ KitAXK, deceaaad late I,... fork Co y, N'-w York, to lonorabl.County Judges of Dade ami file the same In their ts In the County Ci.urthouae In My, Floi Ida, wfthln eight iilar monthfrom the .date of the |. il.lii-.it...:, hereof. Said claims to contain the legal adof the i I Mm.ml and to be aworn MHed an aforesaid, or same II. barred lie March 19, A D. IMC I. v \\ RKXCE .1. FRANK, As \i ill ii \ Administrator i-TA of the Relate "f s.WI I'll \.\K. deceased IRS, HEIM VN .\ KAPLAN rneyi tor Ancillary InNnlKtrator CTA I1 J--16 L1GAL NOTICI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1S7113 LOUI8 PE.SSLN, Plaintiff, va. CECELIA PE8SIN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CECELIA I'KSHIN 124 W. 74th Street New York. N.Y. Tou, CECELIA PKH8IN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou, and you are required to serve a copy Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff Attorney, MALVIN ENGLANDER. 311 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 so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint Thla notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl,< IKIDIAN. DONE AND OKDEKEI) at Miami, Florida, this 10th day of March, A.D. Mi E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By R. H. RICE. JR. (Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Clerk MALVIN ENOLANDER, ESq 111 Lincoln Kond, Miami Beach, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 3/12-19-26 — -4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMELAW DTli'K l> IIERKBV OIVEN that an iderSlgllKl d.'Stiing to engage In 111... Mii.l.-i •'„. fi,-tit" IKII'A REALTY IKERS, ai '31 W lions name of A BUSINES8 Flagler Si., lnI [id IUMB* with, the, f-lif. Hi*.', rlwiflt (tt**t <#>T)adfc RyfrloKlH. %  I I 'I I •M-VltKftfJ'SOTWriilAUT %  bS,KK ,v IIARB r..y> for Appneaftt [W. Fbglei St. I I |THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CHANCERY No. 16S6 ALVAREZ, Plaintiff. n I. I'AVIS. Defendant. [NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MILPRKI) I. DAVIS end ml noa n i) ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to our An-u... io th* pin 0 f Comfor Pnreeloaure on Chattel [ • i l.ering personalty told in thai certain place of busl, known i. "Brass Rail", located f-. S\V 37th Avenue, Miami. Fiorih th, Clerk of the Circuit I" "i and I lade County, F'loi I hereof upon FM.KR .v 'AUS, Attorneys for Inttff i;: u/est Flagler Wtreet. |ii. Hoi HI.,, on or before the 12th %  oLAiml. |:,4, else complaint will psKen as rnnfnaacid. %ttd: March 4, 1964 I I! LEATHERMAN, < lerk of Ciicult Court ,, „ B> M c. illtEEN, I 'i\y""" Sral > Deputy Clerk |"i3*. i— 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 167112 JOSK A. HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff, va. CANDELARIA HERNANDEZ. DefendanL NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: CANDELARIA HERNANDEZ 8739 E. Jarrl.-on Street Bellflower. California You are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney. STANLEY JOEL LEVINE. B8Q., 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original ln the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I..-r..i.the 12th day of April, 19."i4, in default of which, a de, cree pro oonfaaao may be eotered against you. DATED this loth day of March. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Klorlda By R. H. RICE. JR. (seal) Deputy Clerk 1/12-19-26 — 4/2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .NOTICE IS HKRE-HY W O.IVEN that th*'"ci r *l! d ^R w wl,n tiu cw* i Florida C Urt Dade t 'ounty, gw>RS w B ^H%r^ 8T uwner Attorney for Applicant 14., < urpss Parkway, 3 3/19-26 4/2-9 Miami Springs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. NOT 'CE IS JUCREBV (ilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In s8?lI25'J?£g.J*? "rrtri Irian the' dull %  • oTthe first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be %  worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be.barred. Date March 10. A.D. 19'.4. 1*1 SARA S1LVERMAN. As Administratrix of the Estate of HAML'KL B. BH.VERMAN, I icceased MYERS. HE1M.VN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix tir.ii Bey bold lildg.. Miami, Florida S/12-19-26 — 4/2 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 tiotifled and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH, de.ceased late of Dide County, F'lorlda, it.tip Honorable County Judges of fDade.' County, and file the same in their.offices in the County Courthouse in-Dnde 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 17, A.D. 19.-.4. OLIVE B. SMITH, As Administratrix of the Estate of CARRIE MAE SMITH. Deceased. MILTON H. RICHMOND Attorney for Olive B. Smith 3/19-26 — 4/2-9 INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Irvrrr-r. NAME LAW fuTd %  %  -' "ERWBY GIVEN that fflMeregned, desiring to engage In J n,ler the fictitious name of lARHoiT AWNING & FLAG CO. Iv.iv,.,., '""' HC1LT-WELL faI Av „ C ,N T 1N C > t 1JS S'.W. he ,?',', ""• n 1 to register said Irt uf l\i „ r,erk of tne Circuit r "' '.", '""">. Florida i i,v' AN SIEGENDORF BF OLUCK • • '-'I! AC1ARS %  "Mlerst. J TN HE" l cfRr 3 u.r P y5 L,CAT,ON lEVENTH M U r.T^ C0URT OF THE lORlDA |i UD 'C'AL CIRCUIT OF pNTY iJ N rl ,^P POR DADE I v S 'aintiff L VtrUiS'"-efendant. "airsin" ",,'"' vorce has been """"li toH"' ,, ,o,V' y ,lr Answer or Plaint ff- l',,"" 1 ,,r Complaint on '"* the ,'" ''"*• Miami. Florida, "} the :' : """, A -*-r or Plead*tm f 0 the Clerk of Die Muni*, % % %  I 'Vou fall to do u '.. r'ult will be taken E. CirrL ,; EA JHKRMAN, Dirt. 1 l "'" lt Court Bv ^ n, Zi "rtda nan ..' • OREBW, M-M T t ^> Deputy Clerk IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28536-A RE: ESTATE OF HAMl'EL S SACKS, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DI6CHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for F'lnal Discharge as Bxecutrlces of the estate of SAMUF.L S. SACKS, deceased; and that on the 19th day of April. 1954. will aPI'IV >" the Honorable W. F\ BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, Il"iIda, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aa EwUtrtoeg of the Estate of SAMUEL S. 8ACKS, deceased. -., This 15th day of March, 154 MAE J. COHEN, formerly Mae J. Seltser and ADELAIDE COHEN KOVNER A MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Executrlues 3/19-26 — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en*a*e In heslneea under the flotlthsis name of ACTIVE COLLECTION AGENCY at 704 Blacayne Building. Miami, Florida, 'ntend to regiater said name with the Clerkof the Circuit Court of Dade County, lggfe, BT ., ..KW.SON MAX P. ENUEL DAVID M GONSHEK %  — Attorney for Active Collection Agency 704 Blacayne Bldg. 1/16 — 4/--i6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enaaKe In business under the flit |'?u """'' Mi:i ONIELL TIE BEAM FORM nSnOM, "• N.W 4...h Street intends to register said name l Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade ^^SfwWo'NIBLU owner Bed 'ST \s. MAER FLOYD Attorneys for Applicant 6J>7 lUseayne Bld. 4/2-9-16-23 — N4TCE UN"DE"R FICTITIOUS NOTK-E is HEREBY Q(VBN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FAMOUS STORES, at 6262 ••*"; St.. West Miami. Intend to regleier %  aid name with the Clerk of I he. ^li cult Court o^^„V&lT^rROSLYN E. KAiNt, 4/I-9-I6-JJ NOTICE TO CRtDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR• IDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM RLBENSTEIN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of WILLIAM Rl'BENSTElN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addreas of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March 15, A.D. 1964. RAE RUBENSTEIN. As Executrix of the Last Will and Teatament of WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN. MYEBS.~HEFMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 3/19-26 — 72- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1672SS SALOME GILBERT. IMaintlff MARK M lll 0, her „V*5 Pro Confeseo will be entered *^Thls notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH FWHUDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of March. 195< LEATH ERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Coin i Bv: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY Attorneys for Plalntlfr %  701 Cookrass Building. Miami. Florida 1/19-26 — 4/t- NOTICE UNDEh FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DF; LEON ASSOCIATES, at Dade County, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PHILIP DE LEON MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167066 LOUIS' GITLIN, Plaintiff, vs. REBECCA GITLIN. DefendanL SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: REBF;CCA GITLIN. Residence I'nknown. 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 plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN. 121 BeyboM 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 d* fault will be taken against you forthe relief demanded ln the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida Bv WM. W. BTOCKINQ, fClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of H A B MOTORS (not Incorporated), at 975 West Flagler Street, Miami, rlorida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LUCILE HOHoWITZ, sole owner ISRAEL ABRAMS Attorney for Luclle Horowitz, d/b/a H & B Motors (not incorporated) 3/12-19-26 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HERKIBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HIGH F'IDELITY ASSOCIATES', at 3R88 Blacayne Blvd., Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT GREENBERG and LARRY KASSMAN, Owners ROBERT M. DEEHL Attorney for Applicants 90.1 Key bold Bldg. 4/2-9-16-23 • IN THE CIRCUIT COUftTllOF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164,275. AGNES LITTLES, Plaintiff, vs. MILLAR!) LITTLES, Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: MILLARD LITTLES, C/o Ruby Johnson 1811 l-'.lson Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ALL I'NKNOWN heirs, devisees. grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against MILLARD LITTLES; AND ALSO, as to the above-named defendant-individual, if he be deceased, and all unknown heirs, devisees, Kiaiitees. creditors or other parties claiming by. through, under or against such defendant; and also ALL OTHER and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest ln the properly which is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lots Nine (9) and Ten(10) ln Block Six (6) of DIXIE HEIGHTS GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 21, at Page 32, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOC AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above-named Court by the above-named plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining a divorce a vinculo matrlinonii of and from the defendant and a fee simple Interest In the undivided one-half Interest Of the defendant. Ml 1.1.A III) LITTLES, In and to the properly h.relnabove and particularly described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED and required to file your appearance, pl.-a.ling or answer In said suit on or before the 30th day of April, 19..4. and in default of such appearance, pleading or answer a decree pro confesso will be entered against you and each ,,f vou. and Judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded in the Amended Bill of Complaint. ... DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dnde Countv, F'lorlda. this 29th day '" B r *' ) % %  ',, I.EATHKBMAN: Clerk of the Circuit Curt By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff ,tybold Building, Miami. Florida. 1/2-916-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In l.usiness under the fictitious name of HOLIDAY MOTEL, at 7*0 S.W. Sth Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade County, Florida BAMUEL Tl.'FSHlNSKY %  MORTON L. BEIGEL Attorney for Applicant 19 W. Flagler St. 3/26 — 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32300-B In Re: ESTATE OF MAI TIE JACKSON, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of MATTIE JACKSON, deceased late of Dad,County, F'lorlda, to the Hon. County Judges of .Dade County, and file the same ln their office in the County Courthouae 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 10. A.D. 1*54. LOUIE BANDEL, Admlnlatrator-C.T.A. of the Estate of MATTIE JACKSON, Deceased BEN ESSEN Attornev for Admlnlstrator-C.T.A. 823 Sevbold Bldg. S/12-19-26 —1/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M A M CIA Wtf NDTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of MASTERS FABRICS, at 5790 S.W. 8th Street. Miami Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH MASTERS HAROLD STRITMPF Attorney for Joseph Masters 547 Sevbold Building S/12-19-J4 — 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,.t RON AY IMPORT, at 14.",6 Washington Avenue. 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J^wiislWEIIiDipidliigun FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1954 SEC. B cal Leaders Urge Support Of Combined Jewish Appeal Weinkle. president of the |r Miami Jewish Federation, as chairman of "Dedication 'and M-Day, this week made blowing statement concerning r Miami's responsibility in E54 Cobincd Jewish Appeal: fe with a sense of historic refbility that the people of tr Miami must approach M%  the 1954 Combined Jewish fl drive. There is in us all awareness of history. It is I a ir. It is as if we were livLrt of those who will receive fid. For it is during our ComIJewish Appeal drive that we grow to feel that we tr others as well as ourselves. [giving to our local campaign, iy ourselves strongly and UBCngly with the people of Is|a people whose great demoI achievements are now threat|by trade barriers, blockade of %  ng, political harassment and lr marauders. Let's make the line effort that is needed to Israel's march toward ecofreedom in the face of these (rs. giving, we do our share to[ fulfilling the Combined Jewappeal goal of $1,491, 806 to crt its worldwide and local nitarian programs, et us say with one voice, with nination and passion, that in [the homeless, the oppressed, lick and the broken will not I alone. And let us say, with I resolve — that we stand with ople of Israel, we make the supreme effort human needs and historic (i demand — they will not I alone and Israel and all vhu M on it will achieve at last ue measure of peace by win| economic freedom. answer this historic chalwhen the CJA volunteer es to your door Sunday, April welcome him — because he our neighbor and friend coman errand of mercy. He is ling you meet your responsito your city, to your institute your people. And when iks for your pledge — give all can, as never before to our Ker Miami Combined Jewish IL" !U campaign chairman Aaron IKanner discussed the current Biaign slogan "They Must Not pd Alone." at a meeting of the aign cabinet early this week Shelborne Hotel. herallying cry of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal drive to finance its life-building and life-saving programs in 1954 is ... 'They Must Not Stand Alone.' But who are 'They?' "They are the democratic-minded people of Israel — 335,000 of them — who will be directly aided through our annual drive. 'They are 130,000 men, women and children in European and Moslem lands, victims of oppression, who live on the brink of despair and must be aided back to health and happiness. "They are the newcomers to the United States who must be helped to adjust to our American way of life. "Included in the 'they' are the vigorous and able, who only wait for the tools and a chance, to help themselves. Jtiso included are the aged, the handicapped and the orphaned who cannot go on without our aid. But all, wherever they are, in Israel, Europe or North Africa, or in our own land, are people marked by a common characteristic: they oelieve in freedom. "In the past 16 years, we are proud to say that our community, through the CJA, has more than held its own in providing the needed funds to carry on the UJA's great programs of human salvation, programs that have already helped save more than 2,300,000 lives. But, as you can see, there is still much to be done. Lives saved from tyranny and oppression must be rebuilt. "We feel it is our solemn responsibility to urge everyone to support, with all our hearts, our CJA drive to muster these lifesaving funds so that wherever Jewry is in need — in Israel, in our own community — anywhere — we shall meet that need and assert, with determination: "They Must Not Stand Alone." Prominent women in Greater Miami who are playing an ever increasing important role in community philanthropy will take their position in the front rank of volunteers working in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal on M-Day, Sunday, April 4th. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, co-chairmen of the Women's Division, which last year exceeded its campaign quota, have announced that volunteers are rapidly enrolling for service in the oneday neighborhood canvas. "The essence of the Women's Division fund raising effort for Combined Jewish Appeal this year is: Our hearts plus our hands equal their future," said the entrgetic co-chairmen urging women In the final all-out effort of the drive. Referring to the aid-program supporting Israel's economy, the leaders stated: "Joining our heart! and our hands, we can vastly improve the lives of the aged, the sick, the widows, the babies, the children, the" youth. We can be instrumental in producing homes and farms — in bringing closer the day when those who must now depend on us are independent of aid and fully self-suporting. "As women always do, we are combining the sympathy and warm fellowship we feel for our less fortunate brothers and sisters with sober realism expressed in strong financial support," Mrs. Lehrman and Mrs. Ablin stated. The energetic co-chairmen explained that the women's gifts in the CJA drive must be a "plus" gift, entirely separate from their husbands' contributions and that no matter how small the increase, it represents a tangible aid to those less fortunate. A successful "plus" campaign will result in increased understanding, increased devotion and increased contributions al.' along the line, the Women's D> visio.1 co-chairmen declared. Professor Albert Einstein, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, receives a scale model of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The model was presented by Dr. Samuel Belkin (third from left), president of Yeshiva University, and New York State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein (third from right), national campaign chairman of the College of Medicine. Looking on are (left to right) Michael M. Nisselson, director of development of Yeshiva University; Max J. Etra, chairman of the University's Board of Trustees; Max Stem, vice chairman of the Board; and Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, dean of the new college. | Testimonial Presented To Dr. Albert Einstein PRINCETON, New Jersey—Professor Albert Einstein celebrated his 75th birthday here, as world leaders in science, education, government and the arts joined in tribute to him on the occasion. Prime Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel, Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish Agency, and ten Nobel Prize winners were among 60 distinguished scientists, educators and statesmen who contributed to a birthday testimonial volume in honor of the world famous scientist. Messages from former President Harry S. Truman, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Lester B. Pearson, Secretary of State for External Affairs for the Dominion of Canada, and Luigi Einaudi, President of Italy, are among those in the volume. The volume was presented to Prof. Einstein at a quiet ceremony at his home by a delegation representing the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Jeshiva University. The volume was sponsored by the College which was named for Prof. Einstein on his last birthday. Deeply moved by the many birthday messages he received from all parts of the world, Prof. Einstein ing him by establishing its new College of Medicine in his name. In behalf of Israel, Mr. Sharett cabled the following message: "Albert Einstein, scientist, philosopher, humanitarian, stands out in this century a giant among men. Genius of mind rare in any age, he possesses a nobility of heart, purity of soul and a passionate idealism which make him also a great human being. His life has thus been devoted to bringing about a better understanding by man not only of his universe but also of his fellowmen. "As a Jew, he has brought glory to his people and honor to their name by his wisdom, scientific expressed his deep appreciation.' eminence and unswerving struggle He also expressed his gratitude for human freedom. If his intellect that Yeshiva University was honor-1 Continued on Pan* 8 B ul S. Elqart has been namexecuhve vice president of Lh, er if an F ends of the pcrew University. Mr. Elft who has been Director ['University Development P-d Resources a Brandeis CEff y ri h as a,8 8erved [Sew c n 0n l AmwiCaC ££"" Co t n gregations, the omm^ n ,oinl attribution ?'?? and National Unit*w*h Appeal. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER RDttf T? Demand Israel Kosher THE WORLD'S MOST EXCiTMNG FLAVOR You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy fSM£L beauties. 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PAGE 4 A klntUlinnrfdrtor) wJewist Flaridian Published every Friday line* 1927 by the Jewlih Florldian at 12C N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered ai eecond-clata ma'ter July 4, 1>30, at the Post Office ol Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 The Jewish norfdlM <1<* not S.mrnnlee the Kashruth of the '""• %  %  '" Us columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year J3.00 Two Years 85.00 Friday, April 2, 1954 Volume 28 Number 14 Adar 28, 5714 r'WW^rf'WA^A^^.frfW^rf^vA,^ rarDAY^pRn, During The Week .. .A* %  s ee n By LEO MINDLIN A letter University TinFirst Hay of .\iMNan The Talmud informs us that there are four New Years in the Jewish calendar. One of these falls on the first day of the Hebrew month Nissanthe initial month of the exodus from Egypt and enforced slavery. Sunday, April 4th, marks the first of Nissan. We think it an ideal time to begin consideration of the coming Passover and to enter, generally, into the spirit of the holiday's significance. It is also noteworthy that Sunday has been designated by Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal as M-Day, the day during which volunteer workers will knock on our doors and urge us to participate in this year's CJA drive. May we respectfully suggest that you stay at homo on Sunday until a volunteer contacts you and that you welcome him and answer his call The first of Nissan and M-Day singularly support one another. Participating in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal, you will be aiding your fellow Jews currently pioneerinq in Israel, as well as thousands of others who seek to migrate there from the ghettos of the Near East and the wretched memories of a Europa that can no longer mean home. Thus, you will be heightening the meaning of the coming Passover for them, making possible a modern exodus from exile. You will also be contributing to the maintenance and progress of a number of local organizations, participants in the CJA, whose programs bring to the Miami area benefits in the fields of medicine, education and leisuretime activity. M-Day is a noteworthy day, whose ancient reliqious and historic significance can bring active meaning to our modern world. IS us si.i Says \ Again It seems to us that the only intelligent action currently being taken at the United Nations with regard to the Near Eastern scene is a West-sponsored resolution to force Egypt to live up to its side of the bargain so far as the Suez Canal is concerned. Egyptian responsibility to maintain the canal for international use as a commercial waterway, and to refrain from strategically employing it through blockade against warring parties, stems from an agreement made in the early 1870's and has nothing whatever to do with United Nations protocol. While Israel is being dealt the greatest blow economically by Egyptian blockade of its shipping through the Suez Canal, our State Department and Britain's Foreign Office have also been forced to express annoyance with the inconveniences their respective governments have had to experience as a result. It therefore appaared a relatively simple matter when the resolution was introduced at the UN. The reason the action proved intelligent for us is that the United States and Great Britain have a stake in its outcome; cynically, we axe forced to the conclusion that under other circumstances, the Suez Canal resolution would surfer a fare similar to mast other matters in which Israel and one or more Arab countries are a party. Andrei Vishinsky's veto of the resolution early this week should have brought no surprise to sponsors of the resolution. Dr. Charles Malik, of Lebanon, voted along with Russia's Mr. Vishinsky in putting down the resolution. And only last week. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles decided to begin the free arming of Iraq and other Moslem countries which he views as a staunch bulwark against Communism. What the veto should accomplish is to bring to the attention of our leadership the opportunistic role the Arab League plays in the tug of war between East and West. ONLY WAY TO PUT OUT A FLAME Mr. Fruchtnian is Honored The Jewish Theological Seminary of America will honor Charles Fruchtman at a dinner Wednesday evening. A vice president of Temple Emanu-El, Mr. Fruchtman has made himself well known to Miami Jewry since his becoming a winter resident here. He is from Toledo, Ohio, where his philanthropic endeavgrs remain manifold, but Mr. Fruchtman's contribution to our community is equally imposing and includes his office here as treasurer of the Greater Miami.Jewish Federation. Last year he was chairmati of Miami's Combined Jewish Appeol Winter Residents Division. We know him most for these reasons, but we also know him for his endeavor in behalf of religious and educational philanthropy. We are apprised of the fact that Fruchtman Hall at Brandeis University is named after the man to be honored Wednesday evening and that his support of the Jewish Theological Seminary has caused its chancellor, Dr. Louis Finkelstein, to remark: "Mr. Fruchtman is a true exponent of Torah and its place in American life." May we join with the Seminary in congratulating Mr. Fruchtman on the recognition he is to receive Wednesday evening. OIM* off the First Miami has become one of the first cities in our nation to come to the aid of Israel by extending to the United Jewish Appeal a loan that will enable the Jewish State to fulfill its current obligations and maintain its sterling credit record throughout the world. Federation officials tins week announced to the community that a loan of $750,000 is being extended the UJA through the cooperation of five local banks. We believe this is a significant "first." In light of the strained situation now dominating the Near Eastern scene, it seems to us absolutely essential that Israel be afforded every opportunity of emphasizing its desire to maintain faith with the West economically as well as politically. Miami's move to extend the loan to the United Jewish Appeal, and thus to Israel, comes hard on the heels of similar moves made by two or three other major communities throuqhout our nation, and we hope its example will be taken in the near future by other cities ;r by Dr. J. Riis Owrc, Dean of the Graduate Sen !" 1 of Miami, informs me that the courses given bv th ^ of Jewish Education in Hebrew language and civilizationi do Bure,ll j stitute approved graduate work toward advanced degrees as 1 7' "H a recent column. sta, "l ii f THERE IS ONE THING ALL of us ought to get straight is as good a time as any. I have heard too much talk about 'th V*] bined Jewish Appeal here — and UJA drives in general Jolt I furtive tones, between clenched lips, out of "knnwin" ^ *•! "among friends." Every bit of it is damaging, serves a.s ^ v/i" **I for those who fail to participate and perpetuates a v .!i ,;|. £„,, ..V?! conceptions. Mainly, the complaint is that CJA driv MTIDIV ,3 tell the truth They presumably hide behind the stated purpose „( ing Israel, while using funds for local needs almost cxclusiveb n the complaint yoes. the public is duped into believing that its jifii i.,r go tor various programs carried on in the Jewish State but i in reality, they support numerous Miami agencies. Including KederJ their executive directors and unnecessarily large staffs. It in not my intention here to defend the Combined Jewish \n it needs none—and least of all from me. But halftruth> and dista always disturb me, and they disturb me especially when so muchki stake. I want, therefore;, to cite several figures as a means of she* some light on this issue. In 1953, the CJA netted SI.227,000 as a of its drive here. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation operated! a budget of SI.250,000. leaving a deficit of $23,000 to be t^ken can) by funds collected during, the current 1954 campaign. Of this figure, the largest local allotment went to Mount Hospital, which received $125,000. Other participating aeencies,'! in acordance with the size of their allocations, were the Greater] Jewish Community Center, $107,000; Jewish Home for the $54,000: Bureau of Jewish Education. $44,000; and the National C. of Jewish Women. S5.000. Monies sent to the two top budgeted ni organizations from Federation in 1953 included $20,000 to the. Defense Appeal and $9,500 for the National Jewish Welfare Boari^ By contrast, funds spent by Federation for year round mainteu included some S36.000, with $81,815 needed to defray campaign i penses. These last figures represent approximately six per cenM total budget for the 1953 CJA drive and hardly warrant the luuj gent charges that Combined Appeal funds mainly support local paign executives. Again, by contrast, the largest single allocation t_ in 1953 was $555,480 for the UJA. This is well over four timnfl amount budgeted for the largest sum given a Miami participating 2_ and easily makes foolish the notion that the CJA drive professeV| serve Israel while seping the needs of the area, instead. NOW IS NO TIME TO SPEND ones hours toying with sucb j torted ideas. The 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal in Miami is incla for $600,000 to Israel based on its goal of $1,491,806. I charge each | son individually with sabotage, and perhaps with murder, who indui his fancy otherwise. It is significant that failure to participate in I year's campaign will place in jeopardy the $600,000 slated for What does this mean? Those of us who are devoted readers of I daily press may not know these facts: The overthrow of the Shishekly regime in Syria brought to the office of Defense Marouf Dawalibi. A man of pronouncerLdislikes — among them,, Britons and Americans—Dawalibi worked in Berlin for a time pro-Nazi Mufti of Jerusalem duffiaf World War n. As Defense '. p of an Arab state soon to receiveiUiB; military assistance without en he professes not to tear Russia %  .mTlie Arabs would prefer a thou fold to become a Soviet republic than a prey to world Jewry," said on his assumption of power. In Beirut, where he lived in exile until the recent Syrian tion, the Defense Minister told an overseas correspondent: The i wants us to forget about the enemy on our border—Israel—and' about people thousands of miles away—Russia. The West thinks' ought to follow them, just when they've helped the Jews to take i the Arab's country IN CASE YOU THINK IT CLEVER to avoid your responsibiliU the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, ponder a bit about taj John Foster Dulles and the American State Department have cl Iraq as the first Arab League member to receive our govern! free munitions. Iraq did more than any other Moslem state d World War II to aid the Nazis and has avoided becoming a signatory J armistice agreements with Israel. While eleven men, women andi dren were murdered last March 17th. on the Beersheba road, spokesmen met with State and Defense Department officials to i out their role as a "buffer" against Communism. This hardly sheds intelligence upon Marouf Dawalibi's ren nor does it place our leadership into a particularly bright position can only deduce that Iraq in the role of Soviet enemy is an intellet muddlement and a probable impossibility. The cold truth is that I U. S„ actively or otherwise, now provides Arab League nations I the weapons to launch a new attack upon the Jewish State Iraq Pj Minister Fadhil al Jamali is on record as having remarked: *W*j only temporarily lost the first round of the Palestine war. Who calls for peace with Israel will be guilty of high treason and should" hanged." YOU ARE-ON THE SIDE of al Jamali if your support of thisyi Combined Jewish Appeal campaign is half-hearted. You stand %  ] ranks with Syrian Defense Minister Marouf Dawalibi if you partifl? in or succumb to the "good fellow" who knows all about the CJA I who, in reality, knows nothing. You virtually become an enemy of Israel if you do not con the welfare of the drive a personal responsibility. You press the i more deeply into the hearts of Jewish State leaders who sat fr** week and listened to our government's UN representative Henry." Lodge, in the face of a report on the Beersheba incident, r emarlt irt 2 disregarding the.eoetive efforts of the United Nations.-the P£" (Israel, too) bring the house down upon themselves, it is tacy < u "' too) who will suffer most." ^ You mock Israel's quitting the Mixed Armistice Commission 1 a calculating Elmo Hutehiuson saw no evil and spoke no evn na stand behind other machineguns trained on other Israeli roads ^ near future. You ally yourself with ignorance, at best, and politics, at worst—a not too palatable portrait of American dip in the Near East—and sabotage a Great Return and a Zionist fulfilled. IM The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has other com"'""** 1954, to be sure. I have no intention of discussing local • ( they speak for themselves, and the agencies that receive them P*. even more eloquently. But I do emphasize again and again: sponse to the appeal this year will tell the story so far as Is" ought to follow them, just when the'va helped the Jews to taw from Miami is concerned and if you are friend or foe.



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*Y, APRILJIJ954_ *Jmlst>f***y~„ PAGE 7 ft Epower 4 Light Co was Tgiven 6 1 approval for a fVvear franchise in Miami. L£g to an unofficial count Hins voted m favor of Ine the FP&L franchise, with Hers opposing it. The total Last 20,750 ballots, was conLbly' heavier than had been Jted. L Bregor Smith, chairman of the 1 Board, indicated this week it -wonderful support given [the people of Miami will en\e investors to put money int company, so that our long [planning for South Florida's \ growth can be more readily I out." Routh Addresses Beach Masada Coral Room of the Ritz Plaza Hotel will be the new meeting place for Masada, Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District. First meeting of the District, in its new quarters, was Thursday night. Frederick Routh, of the Human Relations Department at the University of Miami and past president of the United Nations Association of Greater Miami, discussed "Our Stake in the United Nations." Dave Goodwin, local news representative for The Jewish National Post, presented "Masada Views the News." /* Outlines rr Program iiin E. Davis, candidate for Kate Legislature, Group 1, ng before the Brotherhood Uway and Steamship Clerks, his program as to the laovement. ris stated that he felt that Jwhich was the largest segJ of the population, was en|to all protections of the law, i to organizations and indi; stressed the need for strict kforcement as to persons who jted. or in any way interfered he organizing or the concertlorts of labor unions, has long been identified With kbor movement. He was in eneral practice of law with ir Claude Pepper. While as assistant county solicifilcd and prosecuted many J in which union men were Ited, or were interfered with, ipporters indicate. lis stated that he is in favor Lablishment of a Department or in the state government. department would be of cabstatus and would be the disating point for all action and nation in regard to the labor nent. New Policy Temple Israel Plans Annual Pasorer Seder Temple Israel will sponsor an annual Passover Seder on Saturday evening, April 17th, 6:30 p.m., at the Temple. This traditional dinner will follow a short Passover eve service. Ritual of the holiday dinner will be conducted by Rabbis Joseph R. Narot and Jacob H. Kaplan and Cantor Jacob Bornstein. olardie Dine in Elegance SENSIBLE PRICES Music by tOUIS ADIER Ensemble "11 Workmen's Circle to Honor National Head Ezekiel Eberil, president of the Workmen's Circle, who has arrived herp for a short visit, will be guest of honor at a banquet on Sunday, April 4th, 6 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. The Workmen's Circle is a national fraternal organization founded 54 years ago. It has over 700 branches in the United States and Canada and currently numbers some 70,000 members. The organization also sponsors 125 Yiddish schools, two of which are in Greater Miami and affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Sunday banquet and concert will be sponsored by the local Workmen's Circle branches and the Farband. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiner will also be honored at the function on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary. Psychological Society Greater Miami Chapter of the Dynamic Psychological Society will meet Friday evening, April 2nd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Meyer, 625t SW 24th st. Mrs. P. Goodman will give a lecture on "Suggestion." Hr. M. Spool will read a chapter on puolic speaking. Flagler Women Schedule Donor Luncheon Women's Group of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center will hold an annual donor luncheon at the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday, April 6th, 12:30 p.m. The theme of the luncheon will be "Cuban Holiday." Entertainment will be provided by Edith Applebaum. Mrs. Ann Hirsh, donor chairman, will be assisted by Arnette Shaw, Judy Green, Ruth Hirsch, Goldie Adelman and Naomi Stiller. 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GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER Rates — $50 for the entire 8 days — 3 Meals Daily Including the Two Seders OUR HOTEL IS WILL KNOWN fOK ITS KASHRUTH for Reservations Call 58-2739 Ask for Mr. or Mrs. Gewirtz OUR KITCHEN IS UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ Completely Air Conditioned THI BEST IN KOSHER FOODS KOSHER RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN A Unique Experience in Dining Pleasure TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS $2.50 Delicatessen to Take Home 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITT HALL MIAMI BEACH Open Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. CATERING DIVISION FOR ALL SIZt PARTIES ROSED ALE RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING e PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone fer Reservations 5-6651 5-4907 A Air Conditioned Erwin and leaise Frishnet SUout Co Good Food ashington Avc Miami Beach



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[Volunteers Readied to Solicit for CJA on M-Day Sunday +3ei*hn^ r Mi~„ PAGE 13 A 73 1 |ed Jewish Appeal M-Day volunteer Mrs. Sam Gertlt\ starts her calls early with a visit to Mrs. Herman [2470 SW 24th Street, Miami, who graciously signs her fin. the 1954 drive. inued from Page \ A %  t House Divisiqri; Arnold pd Lou Goldman, Winter I Division; Fred K. Shochllier of The Jewish FlorJ chairman of General MoI; and the Mesdames Jack land Irving I.ehrman, coI of the Women's Division. Ign chairman Aaron M. |irected the corps of worked from the top leaderIth was responsible for a Tof the Initial Gifts Divi|the bigger gifts in Winter I and Hotels. benceof some 10.000 wornJteers were alerted for a %  message ot television staVJ'on Wednesday morning ^.m., at which time women s throughout Dade County nessage by George Jessel a film describing his rip to Israel with his Jerilyn. ^rd turnout of volunteers General Mobiliza'ion ally on Tuesday of this e Biscayne Terrace Hosome 250 enthusiastic peard Kanner and Shuchet M the mammoth "M-Day" luld be an overwhelming ramatic city wide one-day M-Day in behalf of the Jewish Appeal will deits success on the numJewish families who stay Sunday. April 4th," said iblisher outlined a plan 'or the canvassers worked staff composed of area calling for strongest con n in those communities bulk of Greater Miami sides. f all congregations in Mty are communicating iportant "M-Day message l"iday night sermons and m *n and women to give %  of their time on Sun%  jP the CMA achieve its to serve humanity evrn Parents who have chiloUed i„ Sunday schools T ,0 e cort the young!" ."wools on Sunday •**<• Pledge card as* complete their calls to and r C t urn in time to enudren at the close of !" 1 session. eI10 is being made to ewrvLM' m0 of Great h I ,h i s Vltal <>-ry Finest Frankfurters, Corned Beef, Bologna Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225



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PAGE 12 B kHish ntr Mtori ; .FRIDAY l t s b T S 300 Pay Tribute To Brandeis U. An estimated 300 persons were n hand Thursday evening at the X'lano Hotel when the Greater Mil mi community paid tribute to 3randeis University at a dinner held in honor of its president. Dr. Abram L. Sachar The Jewish sponsored non-sec'.arian college, which is located in Vallham. Massachusetts, has been dopted as their 'alma mater" by ihousands of men and women hroughout the nation to assure the support of the University's expanding program. Final plans for the dinner were n the hands of a sponsoring.committee which included Mrs. Jack Ablin, Sidney Ansin. Col. Jacob Arvey. Samuel Beckerman. George 3ertman. Mrs. Samuel Blank. Lew 3raverman. Leo Chaikin. Jack B. "ooper. Jack Dubinsky, Dr. Stanley rrehling. Samuel Frommer. Jharles Fruchtman, Ben Giller. \athan Glosser, Lou Gold. Charles joldberg. Robert Gould. Jennie Irossinger, Paul Grossinger. Leon Jacobs, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Abe Kurman. Rabbi Irving Lehrnan. Jack Leonard. David Levin-on. Hank Meyer. David Phillips. 3urnett Roth. Sam Prosterman. Dan B. Ruskin. Mrs. Rose Schwartz. Mayor Harold Shapiro. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Jacob Sher. Fred Shochet. i Harry Sirkin. Joseph R Stein. Harold Turk. Dr. Joseph Weidberg. ; Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Ben Danbaum and Ben B Gaines local businessmen, spearheaded the affair. The Charles Hayden Foundation recently announced a half million dollar gift to Brandeis, which marked the largest single gift in the history of American Jewish philanthropy from a non-Jewish source. The contribution, according to J. Willard Hayden. of Lexington. Mas sachusetts, president of the Hayden Foundation, is to be matched by an amount raised from other sources to cover the cost of a new science building and "equipment to assist you in carrying out the wonderful work that you are doing." Dr. Sachar. who was principal speaker at the affair, is recognized as a noted historian and one of the leading educational authorities on American life todav. Luncheon Sen* h ''ml S.,5] chairman. ludqeship candidate honored Anna Brenner Meyers (thud from left), well known Miami Beach attorney and civic worker, was honor guest at a kickoft reception held in the Miami Women's Club for more than 125 friends and supporters interested in her campaign for Circuit Court Judge in Group 5. From left are the Mesdames Edward Lear. Ann M. Weiartein. Jack Ablin. George Valentine and Monte Selig. Farbond Meets of Emanu-El l**"**! V^WITZ Members of Bial.k Branch No. h !" "*A P nl h % %  •• l 290. Farband. will hear Jacob I Temple Eirtanu-El. Subject of Leshtzinski's talk* is: "Galuth and Zionism." The speaker is a noted author, scholar and Zionist leader. MATZOMEAL'ifti WHOUWHEATI PASSOVER f tiDB^ TW' Forum to Hold Memorial Der Yiddisher Forum will hold memorial services for the deceased poets. David Ignatoff and J. J. Siegel. at its meeting on Saturday evening. April 3rd. 8:30 pm at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Participating will be Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, J. J. Schwartz. Beryl Morrison. Cantor Abraham Seif. Ehiel Lesowoder and Jacob Fishman. Der Yiddisher Forum is a weekly feature of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Yiddish Scientific Institute RE-ELECT JERRY W. CARTER TO Florida Railroad CunmisCIOUP 2 While Jerry mod* only en* promise lo Ihe votri — that he'd "be there" on pay day — yet ha hat baan instrumental in saving the people of Florida more than IN KlIICINC %  am IN ItlTINC ItTC mcium SOUSMI (31,400,000 19,700,000 $51,100,000 Tom SVIMCS lo freight. Telephone ond Utility Users during hit terms of office — Let's gie hint another term! Hove yoo seen Jerry's informational campaign cards? Write for tome — no box tops required! Jerry W Carter, lei lit. Tellekessn, Fie. (f fi AeVerlisaaieMs) \jm/^^^. START SAYING NOW! EARN EXTRA DIVIDENDS Open your insured savings account on or before the 10th of this month earn dividends of 3% from the FIRST I vl K~ fo1 1100 LINCOLN ROAO 425 1l1 STRHT 7474 COLLINS AVfNUE .jffi 1*1 &*



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^wifelh-iaDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ;1UME 28—Number 14 _MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS risis Pinpoints Declining Situation In Middle East JTA NEW YORK — Events in the Middle East raced toward howdown this week as tension between Israel and the lb States mounted to new and dangerous heights. The bted Nations truce observance machinery collapsed, op concentrations were reported, and the Big Powers kplayed a strange reluctance to move to protect the pidly-crumbling truce holding the armies apart all along Irael's frontier. These were the major developments on Israel's political pd diplomatic fronts: fcrael walked out of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice bmmission after its American chairman had refused to ; the deciding vote as between the charge that Jordan responsible for the Scorpion Pass massacre and the rdanian contention that the Israelis themselves had urdered 11 of their own men, women and children. The Israel Government said the commission's failure fix blame for the outrage reflected its impotency and itified the government's decision to participate in it i longer. Israel called on the United States, Britain and France to take the lead in securing Security Council consideration of the worsened state of Israel Jordan relations, specifically in the lig*t of the Scorpion Pass massacre and the Jordan refusal to meet Israel in a conference to review the working of the armistice agreement. Jordan announced its flat refusal to attend a conference with Israel although its attendance is mandatory under Article XII of the armistice agreement. United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, who met in a special conference with the Western Powers to consider the Middle East crisis, announced he would not convene an Arab-Israel peace conference and, in a complete reversal of his previous public stand, revealed that, in view of Jordan's refusal to attend a conference with Israel, he was abandoning his efforts to convene such a meeting. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, expressing regret and shock over the Scorpion Pass massacre, bade Israel and Jordan to cooperate with the mixed armistice comimssion in identifying those responsible for the massacre, repeated his advice to Jordan to meet with Israel under Article XII of the armistice and cautioned all parties to talk and act with forbearance. Mr. Dulles promised to consult with Britain and France about the situation after Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban had submitted to him, at an emergency meeting, a "minimal program" for abating tension in the Middle East and a note requesting that no American arms be supplied to Iraq. Mr. Dulles also received an ambassadorial delegation representing the seven Arab states which told him that Israel was plotting an attack which the Arab States would unitedly resist. They asked a halt in U.S. aid to the Jewish State. In the Security Council, the Big Three announced support of a New Zealand draft resolution reaffirming the Council's previous condemnation of Egypt's Suez Canal blockade of Israel-bound shipping and calling on Egypt to obey that resolution. ,000 CJA Volunteers Mass For M-Day Effort htreaten War on Jewish State [Arab Ambassadors Visit U.S. Officials IWASHIN'GTON (JTA)—A diploptic delegation representing tie Ntn Arab League nations served Itice on Secretary of State John per Dulles this week that the pb League was prepared "autojatically and instantly" to wage hr against Israel .should Israel ke any "expansionist or aggresft action." ITne Ambassador of Iraq, Jordan, ttenon. Syria and Saudi Arabia, pmpanied by the Egyptian and fanenite Charges d'Affaires, spent reran hour with Secretary Dulles, lsl;tant Secretary Henry A. Byfct'e and other leading State DeTtment officials. l\Vhen the Arab delegation Merged from Mr. Dulles's office, pnese Ambassador Charles Ma} identified himself as the Jokesman designated by the PP He said Mr. Dulles was in"Tied that "if the mounting tenfa in the Near East, which is Itwd by Israel, should lead Israel I any expansionist or aggressive fuon concerning any of their ptnes, the other countries, beV bound together by the Arab Puve security pact, would refcm an ac,ion as being upon | all and would automatically V> instantly come to the support j the attacked country with all f Wans at their disposal." '" &f •rtst In Thtir Vi.w* lAmbassador Malik said "the reab-,inn U L ?ht this maMer ^ the p-Uon of the United States GovK 'V Par,ly ,he interes t they k r-h H t>d S,a,es has under TtL m er f the United Nations eXT !" ance <* Peace and Kt.h a h e u Near *•*> p rt iy Ei, d ', W ,hou t U n *ted States K h m M Srael Isr "> WO"" Jcom m u a l er,al and moral means Kd CJ a h Ct f %  ""•d--" lues M, .. t he rea etlon of Mr. lit ex Q Ma l,k sai "he eer^are d P, : s ^' i erest.''He.I ( 9 fienSLi" ,her Wfl ys that th> | view provoke engagements with one or •nether of the Arab states." He •aid Israel's "warlike intensions" ware established by "declarations by Israel authorities there and in this country, the concentration of toops and by the apprehension felt in Arab public opinion that this series of acts have as their end the drawing of the Arabs into an open engagement." The Ambassador alleged that Israel troops were concentrated on Israel borders facing Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. Grave View The delegation refused to tell reporters whether the State Department expedited arms shipments to the Arab states in line with the Department's announced policy of supplying. such aid. Dr. Malik referred this question to the Depart mental authorities. Mr. Byroade was asked about it but declined to comment. It was learned that the delegation asked Mr. Dulles to bring about a termination of AmerContinued on Page 12 A Signing up volunteers for the Combined Jewish Appeal oneday drive on "M-Day" Sunday, April 4th, are (left to right) campaign chairman Aaron M. Kanner, Samuel Friedland and Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Some 1,000 door-to-door canvassers will seek funds for the support of 54 vital national and local health and welfare agencies and the strengthening of -Israel. Chairman of "M-Day," Weinkle urged Greater Miami residents to "stay at home" on Sunday and welcome CJA volunteers. Hammarskjold Denies Parley With Jordan and Israel is Off --*-*M OJ 111est in the Arab point B fcpaim Said ,he Ar h told 'that I*? ? b ya s ems to in^' Lr l ems to want to UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold this week denied that the projected IsraelJordan direct talks in Jerusalem on armistice problems are cancelled. Mr. Hammarskjold Issued a statement emphasizing that he considers that Article-XII of the IsraelJordan armistice agreement — according to which a party to the agreement may call upon him to convoke a conference—is mandatory upon him. The statement explained that Mr. Haromarskjolds decision not to pursue the matter for the present "has only the immediate significance that he has found present circumstances would not warrant his fixing a date for the conference to which he has already invited Israel and Jordan." This decision, the statement stressed, does not bar a follow-up on the part of the UN Secretary General of previous contacts, if he should consider that a change of the situation would warrant such a step. Earlier, Hammarskjold revealed that he had abandoned his efforts to bring Jordan and Israel face-toface at a conference under his chairmanship in Jerusalem to review the Jordan-Israel armistice. In communications to the Israeli and to the Jordan Government at Amman, Mr. Hammarskjold drew attention to the flat refusal of the Jordan Government to attend the conference and declared that "I consider that for the present, my pursuance of this matter any further is not warranted." The Security General acted after receipt of a cable from Dr. Hussein el Khalidy, Jordanian Foreign Minister, refusing to attend the un-convened Israel-Jordan parley to discuss inadequacies and changes in the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement, requested by Israel under the terms of the pact. The cable read: "Our view is that the Mixed Armistice Commission is adequate machinery for any necessary talks. It has existed for the last five years and has established headquarters and clerical organization. There is no need to create new machinery under the Secretary General." The meeting was mandatory upon both parties under Israel's invocation of Article XII of the armistice last November and Jordan's refusal to attend is a major breach of the armistice agreement. In all his previous public statements on Continued on Pag* 12 A Residents Asked to Stay Home The final week of whirlwind activity preceding the Combined Jewish Appeal one-day drive on "M-Day" Sunday, April 4th, finds 1,000 volunteers poised for the final effort to reach a historical campaign quota. From all part of Dade County, volunteers' names have been added to the growing lists comprising the huge army of workers who will accept assignment for several hours of door-to-door solicitation. During the past week, members of the Board of Governors, trustees, campaign cabinet and officers of the Greater Miami Jewish FedPersons interested in serving several hours on "M-Day" are asked to telephone the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 58-4331 and ask for "M-Day" chairmen. Volunteers may also report to the breakfast meetings scheduled at 9 a.m. sharp at the following "M-Day" headquarters: Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Miami; Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 SW 16th Ave., Miami; Jewish Home for the Aged, 150 NE 53rd St., Miami; Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach Jewish Center), 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; North Shore Jewish Center, 620 75th Street, Miami Beach; and Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach. eration have been pitching in at Federation headquarters manning telephones and carrying on a personal campaign to reach additional volunteers for "M-Day," according to an announcement by Carl Weinkle, Federation president. Chairmen of the major CJA divisions have been on hand to secure additional manpower from their division ranks for the concentrated job during "Dedication Week," March 29th to April 4th. These include Jack Muravchick, chairman of Hotel Division; Sam J. Heiman, chairman of the Business and Professional Division; Daniel M. Broad, chairman of Continued on Pt 13 A



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APRIL2J951 IfHlnhntrkiinr, PAGE 3 B : ts Awarded for Construction of lemorial; Groundbreaking on 11th irman. president. Dave, % A.blin Fund co-chairT i Bernbaum. building chairman, announced ,t contracts have been jhc immediate con" the new Ablin Memojig of (he Jewish Home feed. Creaking ceremonies, ac[ Phillips, will be held on pril Hth. 2 p.m., on the ounds. 150 NE 53rd st., j Jacob M. Arvey, boyfefetime friend of the late will preside. kail pay tribute to Jack the Jewish community IT Miami which has supso generously in this (needed facility for our \illips said. "More than %  U are expected to join lot only for the ground[ceremonies, but also to Home's pioneer leaders. [dedicated to the pioneers Veiled on April 11th." stated that "after tin Named President lesy Committee jnstein, president of the each Realty Board, has ointed chairman of the (each Chamber of Comourtesy Committee for Freeland B. Cresap, president announced served as first chairI the Courtesy Committee krs ago when savings bonds ftre given to local citizens by letter for' unusual tesy. epting the appointment, said, "this community ntul doubbe dose re.mii)•or visitors wili M proportion to the treatment eive while guests in oujr anizational meeting has lied for Friday, at p.nt, item's Lincoln Road offic^e. Palsy Tnit h Meet formed Miami Women's | United Cerebral Palsy' held meeting recently at the I Cerebral Palsy clinic at 1st-St. foward Engle, medical dithe clinic, addressed the and explained different [of cerebral palsy to the nistrator Franklin Saunaddressed the meeting Wained to the Miami WornWt its primary functions officers of the Miami I's Unit of United Cerebral Vre president, Mrs. Claire recording secretary, Mrs. i Nunley; corresponding secIMrs. Gerald Klkin; and Mrs. iFinn, chairman of the Nom| Committee. meeting of the newly form\ *ill take place on Monday, rM15 p.m.. at the clinic. more than a year of joint planning with the Greater Jewish Federation, including visits to Homes in other communities, and consultations with outstanding, lay and professional leaders in tie aged field throughout the country, we are convinced that the great need in institutional care is for modern facilities and programs which not only make possible adequate care, but enable us to exert every effort toward the rehabilitation of the sick and incapacitated aged. "The Ablin Memorial," he added, "is being built specifically for these purposes, and we are certain it will be outstanding for its construction, functional qualities and beauty. We are proud that the press, university officials, social workers and leaders in gerontology have commented with some favor on our forward-looking philosophy and programs." Bernbaum said he had been in community work for many years, "but never liefore have I experienced such interest, encouragement, and selfless, devoted work from so many in our community. It is a bumbling and enriching experience for which we of the Home shall be everlastingly grateful." Kurman, who had vowed a year ago that the planning for the Ablin Memorial would be "the most careful in the history of the Jewish community," spoke in glowing terms of the work of Bernbaum and his committee. In addition to Bernbaum, other members of the building committee are'Jack earner, chairman of the steering committee, Leon B. Jacobs and Barney B. Lee, co-chairmen, Sidney Ansin. Col. Jack Arvey, Daniel M. Broad, Ben Fleeman, Dr. Samuel Gertman, Jim Kopelowitz, Dave Phillips, Baron de Hirsch Mejrej", and A. -J. Paul. Federation 4 rjJBresenlatives on the committee •re Emir Gould, Sam Resnick arid fikc. Ganger. ^ Arrangements for the pioneer ceremonies are being planned by a committee lead by Judge Harold B. Spaet; Mrs. Benjamin Appel /nd Dajtiel Broad. The names of SO pioneers a ire inscribed on the plaque, and ipdividual scrolls will he presented. A number who now live in other sections of the country'have already indicated they will make special trips to Miami to be here for the occasion. Library Slates Magic Carpet Film Series The Miami Public Library will present its "Magic Carpet" film series on April 8th at 1, 3 and 8 p.m. The audience will travel in the United States to Washington State, along The Santa Fe Trail and on Lake Superior. '" Free tickets are required for this Weekly Card Game Due Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold its weekly minyon card game for Youth Aliyah at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, April 8th, 1 p.m. program. They may be obtained at the Main Library and Branches starting Monday, April 5th, at 6 p.m. 36ih YEA! Dave Phillips CEJWIN CAMPS P.rl Jervit, N. V. t*. 1*1* PROGRESSIVE, EDUCATIONAL, NON-COMMERCIAL CAMPS Land and water sports; aesthetic activities ; resident doctors and nurses; Sabbath and dietary lai observed; cultural influence*. Ideal Summer Camps for Bay* and Ch-I. S to IS Sates: $430. Slid In dtilrlplirt bookltl X A. P. Uhttlmmm. H. 1. tamer, Dlret II an w. sird tt., N v* 14 • IK r-aaa \] ttoohlet Explains Jewish Holidaym Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is currently distributing a booklet, "Child's Treasure Chest of Jewish Holidays," in supermarkets and groceries throughout the Greater Miami area. The booklet explains in simple terms the significance of Rosh Ha shonah, Yom Kippur, Succoth, Chanukah, Purim, Passover and Shevuoth. Illustrated, the stories of the seven Jewish holidays are recounted through the action of three children, Beth, Morris and Abel. Explained are such subjects as the Sbofar, Kol Nidrei, the Succah, Ner Tamid and the Menorah, the Book of Esther, the Haggadah, Seder and Afikomon and mapy others. The colorful .racj and yellow booklet may be obtained at all Food Fair and Food Fair-Carls stores. It is published by Joseph Jacobs for the Diamond Crystal Salt Company. Fir the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT H0TTL •ArliTAtnJM IM HR caiwiuaacMi ttVTwlirc&eTT for NEW FILTERS far rctrr AIR CONDITIONER C Avl l 'PHYLLIS THE FRTER GIRL" 82-8038 < ;." MANISCHEWITZ America's Favorite) KOSHER WINE mated NS mui ir HUB m mum, m. ,H-Jf. fidasjv* Wrtf.•*•" NATK3KAL WINES. WC. SAM HAKE, ha ftoMHm BIG ".,?.." NEWS! come tradition... mm MDK*UW MATZOH MOON*] Traditional Seder Mh covtr in beautiful ettm. 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PAGE 6 B +3e*H*ner**"> GLOBAL SHORTS Israel Alerted; Government Calls Massacre Warlike Act TEL AVIV (WNS) — The massacre of eleven Israelis by Jordanian forces may not ignite a war, but it could well serve to imbalance the precarious armistice if it is followed by another serious incident and raucous anti-Israel propaganda in the Arab capitals of the area. This, according to informed circles here, is the implication of the report that the Foreign Ministry had instructed its diplomatic representatives abroad to alert the world to the dangers implicit in the situation and to protest against the shipment of arms to the Arab states. Israel's Views on Negev Massacre Presented to British LONDON iJTA) — The British Government was formally apprised I here of the views of the Israel Government on the Arab massacre of 11 Jews in the Negev bus amrbusn. Eiiahtt Elath. the Israel Am bassador. called at the Foreign Office and conferred with Selwxn Lloyd, the Minister of State, about i the situation The press here rcj ports that the feeling is prevalent I in Tel Aviv that if the Western I Powers do not — either directly or through the United Nations — | root out the causes of unrest in the 1 Middle East, the Israel Govern ment will be forced to take matters into its own hands. Jordan Turns Down Invitation For Direct Talks with Israel JERUSALEM WNS >—The United Nations invitation to Jordan for direct high-level talks with Israel on armistice problems has been turned down by the Jordanian Government in a memorandum believed now to be in the hands of UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjoid. The invitation was extended pursuant to Article 12 of the Armistice Agreement which provides that such a meeting nwt be held whenever one of the parties to the agreement requests it. Jordan on previous occasionrefu-ed to attend such talkUJA Gets $20,000,000 Loan From Bank in New York MEW VnKK fWNS The United Jewish Appeal ol Greater New York announced that it had re~20.000.000 from seven New York hankand that the mone) would be utilized to aid Israel The loan i> part of a nationwide program liy the national United Jewish Appeal to borrow S75.000.000 for five uar, from Jew ish community chesta and welfare funds. Edward If. M. Warburg, general chairman of the national appeal, reported a total of S38. 205.000 in bank loanto date. Germans Must Keep Begging Forgiveness, Physician Says DUSSELDORF (WNS) — Ger-, mans "should keep begging forgiveness of Jews with contrition in ] our hearts, and we must strive to | make amends to the best of our ability" for the crimes committed against Jews, Dr Laura Schaeffer. \ prominent woman physician, de! dared here after returning from a j ten week visit to Israel where she examined a number of Jewish viei tims of Nazi experiments. A fervent Zionist, the 32-year-old nonJewiah physician studied Hebrew in her birthtown where she knew no Jews. Security Council will get Resolution on Suez Blockade UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The 1 United Nations Security Council has resumed its consideration of Israel's complaint on Egypt's blockade of the Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aqaba against Israel-bound ship ping. A resolution on this bWM was presented at a meeting by the representative of New Zealand. A draft of the New Zealand resolution, circulated among the members of the Security Council, ex pressed "grave concern" that Egypt has not complied with the Security Council resolution of September. 1951. to end the Suez Canal blockade and calls upon Egypt to do so in the future. Berlin Jews Complain of Drop In Indemnification Payments BERLIN (JTA) There has been a Mrtoui decrease in the amount of indemnification payments made by the Berlin authorities, Rolf Lowenberg. an official of the West Berlin Jewish Community, told a meeting here of a Nazi victims organization. Mr Lowenberg reported that whereas Berlin had paid Nazi victims 7.000.000 marks in indemnification payments last August, the city WU now averaging less than 2.000.000 marks a month. Honor Italian Police Official Who Aided Jews During War NEW YORK (WNS) — Prominent American Jewish and Italian leaders joined here this week in a demonstration of tribute to Man DiMarco, Rome police marshal and hero of the Italian underground movement during the war. who clandestinely saved hundreds of Jews from the fate of torture and death in Nazi concentration camps. Signor DiMarco, now on a vistt to this country, had been a Rome police marshal when Mussolini ascended to power. He retained the post under Fascist rule, but when the second world war erupted and Mussolini abdicated to Hitler, he became a leading figure in the Italian underground. Anti-Semite Gets Suspended Sentence for Posting Stickers DAVENPORT. Iowa (WNS) — Robert Milner, who confessed to having pasted anti-Semitic stickers on store windows in this city, Moline and adjacent towns in Illinois, was given a thirty-day suspended sentence by the local court. Another culprit, Edward Reed Fields, admitted involvement only in the Illinois incident, and the police did not book him on the Davenport incident for lack of sufficient evidence. German Radio Broadcasts Compositions by Schoenberg COLOGNE (JTA) — A week af ter the world of music was stirred by the triumphal Hamburg world premiere of Jewish composer Arnold Schoenberg's opera M Mo* Aron." a Hebrew work of hi]ir Profundis." was broadcast here for the first time. Vienna-born Schoenberg, the pioneer of atonal music. was deeply concerned with the treatment of specifically Jewish subjects and themes. The text of "De Profundis" is that of the 130th Pslam. one of the 12 which Schoenberg planned to set to music when death overtook him in California three years ago. Groups Urge Regulation of Congressional Investigations NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish re ligious and civic organizations have issued a joint statement through the National Community Relations Advisory Council, urging regula tion of Congressional investigating committees to prevent exceeses. The statement advances 10 princi pies for the guidance of Congressional investigating committees designed "to insure fairness, to aid the committees in discovering the facts and t6 strengthen and bolster public confidence in legislative investigations." Kiijjji'l AnnounccK Platform II( %  *<* Max P. Engel. candidate for the Board of Public Instruction from District 2. this week said that, if eleeted. he will do everything he can to check "the current rampant trend towards juvenile delinquency." The candidate explained that Dado's school system can help all parents "offer and induce our young people to engage in useful activity which the school system -hould provide." The 31 year-old attorney, who ia member of the firm of Lewim & Engel. also said that he will support kindergartens for children who have reached the Bgl of five. better bus transportatwn for all rural areas, compensation of overtime work for all teacher personnel, establishment ol a Plan ning Board to anticipate future needs and future school sites 2nd an Appraisal Board to reduce the cost of condemnation and negotiation. Engel said that he is also for "the pinpointing of responsibility of policy-making directives in the Board of Public Instruction and the pinpointing of administrative responsibility in the County Superintendent." The candidate is a graduate of the University of Miami Bu.-iness School and received the LLB degree at the I'M Law School. A resident here for the past eight years, he is married and active in the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Knights of Pythias and is vice president of the Grapelaad Heights Civic Association. Israel Naval Frigate to Bring Rothschilds' Remains to Israel HAIFA (JTA) — An Israeli naval frigate left here for Marseilles where it will take on the coffins of the late Baron and Baroness Edmund de Rothschild for reburial at Zichron Yaacov in Israel. The vessel is due at Marseilles next Friday. While in the French port, the officers and crew of the Israeli vessel will play host to Marseilles Jews and French naval and government officials. Rabbis Honored At Reception Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, president of the Yavne Seminary in New York, and Babhi Jacob Shapiro, president of the Lsraeli Seminary! the Mahon Mashal. were honored on Thursday night. March 25th, at the Grossinger Pahcoast Hotel. Mr. Jessie Grossinger and her son. Paul, were hosts at the rccep tion. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu El. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovskv. of Beth Tefilah Congregation, and Kabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acadcmv, brought greetings in behalf of Miami Jew ry Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach welcomed the guests and presented them with the kevs to the City. Rabbis Nathan and Jacob Shapiro some 30 years ago. upon their arrival from Israel to America, estai.iM.ed the Jewish Seminary known as Yavne Academy This seminary has to its credit more than a thousand graduates who live in various parts of America Upon the proclamation of the wen't JT^ bb Jacob s hPiro *ent to Israel and in Jerusalem organized Mahon Mashal Seminar? for the Purpose of preparing teachers and social workers there Rabbi David Shapiro, the son of Rabbi Nathan Shapiro, wa ,h e chairman of the reception and is P .-sently spiritual leader of Tern Pic Sinai in Hollywood BIG PRICEt ONMSSO Mi mm not just s "bonus" of leftovers, but as much as ta tfetri eft until Apr. 30 only. "^ on the BM(t wsette Raster Passevtr feats in our storesover and above last Novembers cut by sll scrip companies also up to 1 lb. more food In every Kosher Passover parcel! sift SCI*? for $10, (15, $20, $25 and $50 PAICEL certificates for $11.50, $15.50, $20.50 and and $25 50 SIMON SEIDEN, 503 S.W. 17th Ave.. TeL 82-$4t| j GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 141 NX 3rd AT*.. Tel. 2-7631 Matzos, Matzc Products, Coffee, Nuts—In 1 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS May be obtained at the lllifll lillllliii mil 3 UIMI 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 HAROLD PONT IRVIN FREE DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS OF SI0.00 OR General Repair on all Make Trucki and Can Eleotrle and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecka Rebuilt — Bo


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uV. APRILAlgJl Jewisti tkx+u !" Ut Conservation tek Set by Johns Iht Conservation Week in E was proclaimed by fc Governor Charley E. Johns %  March 28th through April Lvs the Florida Council for Blind[!„„ sight C o nservation t the state agency for the fis using every !" eMS 1 ava 1 L impress upon the public the m of protecting sight," said E. Simmons, executive di-t of the Council. |e know that 50 percent of Less is preventable," said |J ns -and education and inkion is one of the most effecmeans of reducing loss of %  statewide poster contest for \\ children has been conId, and hundreds of entries "submitted. Nine winners from hi parts of Florida will re| C ash prizes from Lions Clubs tetings and school assemblies Cg Sight Conservation Week. [slogan contest for sjtate em[es, a slogan emphasizing the | of vision was selected for use Jisiness envelopes by light and Ircompanies and state agen|The slogan to be used this [is: "Prize Those Eyes." Obituaries SAMUEL RICHMAN M. of 480 8W SZnd ct., died while attending servlees at the West Miami Jewish Center on March 27th. II,. wan one of the founders and charter member* of the Cantar. Mr. Richmun la survived by his molhi'i ; (rife, It.,-,. tnree aona, i'aui. Norman and Robart; four brothei a, David, Melvln, Norman and Harry; on.aUter, Mary; and three Kruiiiifiatighters. Kalibl Alfred Wax man officiated, with Miami Klveralde in charge • •< arrangement! and. burial at Mount sinai i .M,,I,I,. ESTHER KA8AT W, of 1327 HW llih si., died on March tilth In n liK-al hoapltal. Sue i 8 H urvlved by her husband, .less,., one son Mania; two iiHughters, Mra, Uoahri lill.k anil Mra. Beatrice llucliultei" and her lutrents, Mr. and Mrl Patel Hlock. Sinala.i leaven three brnthera, one alatcr and seven grandchildren. .Sue was a past president of the Anna Miller Circle. Remains were sent to liiooalyn, Nan IOIK, ror services and burial by the Miami lilvei BENJAMIN GREENSPAN M, a winter visitor in Miami Beach, died suddenly on March 24th at Daylona Ueach while returning home t>. the Bronx. New York. He Is survived by hii wii.-, Itae; two son.-. Arnold and Marly. Remains were sent to New York for services and Interment by Hellman Funeral Home of Miami Beach. PAGE 15 A MOLLIE MOHNBLATT G5, of S25 1st St., died atkome on Mairh 27th. ghe came Wke five months ug front Arvene. New York, and is surviveawy two sons, John and Norman, ajtjcl a daughler, of Wash I nK ton. D.CT Remains were sent to New York for service^ and Interment by Hellman Funeral Home of Miami Beach. Pelle Carries Controversy to Supreme Court Michael A. Pelle, a candidate for Circuit Court Judge from Group 1, this week carried his fight against the mastership system to the Supreme Court. Pelle called the practice "an evil system whereby lawyers are appointed by the judge to hear cases and are paid by the parties to a lawsuit." Pelle contended that this amounts to a sale of justice and a denial of justice and, in effect "makes it a luxury to put your name to a lawsuit." If Pelle is upheld, the Supreme Court decision could have a far reaching effect on the widespread practice of appointing masters, observers indicated here. Pelle further stated that the py Nolen Workers e Associates enty full-time men and wommployees of Nolen Economy rminators. Inc., 841 Biscayne levard, were recipients Wedy of corporation stock totalvcr S37.000 in present market I, thus guaranteeing each fullemployee a share in all fuprofits of the company. ly Nolen, president of the ration, made the presentation e stock certificates at an ernes' dinner and family party in the banquet room of the Seas Restaurant. The Eligimployecs each received from to five shares of common depending upon their length nice and position with the she purpose of our new profitprig plan." Nolen explained, "is [fold. It is designed to cope I and at the same time capitallupon the present period of Jomic readjustment, thus makt possible for all of us to work her as business associates, er than as management and yee'. We are giving our loyal a feeling of security and panency. ft are confident that this plan [result in a closer relationship peen the company, its emi and our customers. £'e feel that it is only logical ppect that our employees, who I now also business associates, puraged by the sense of permit ownership in, the company. [work even more wholeheartedTnd enthusiastically in the best pest of our customers." lingo Meeting text regular meeting of Flamin|^>dge and Chapter of Bnai ti Vu be held on Wednesday, PI 7th, 8:30 p.m., at McDowi Res aurant, 1200 Palm ave., ph. Election of officers will • Place at that time. El'AS ZAITCHICK 7*. of 39 Washington ave., died on mmttsn _,ih. ne cuoie from Brooklyn, New York, ten years ago and wag a retired carnival coftcesaionnalre. He in survived by his wife. Minnie; two 80ns. Stanley and George; two brothers and two sisters. Remains Were sent to llrooklyn, New York, for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Kivcrskle. WILLIAM KLEIN 51. winter visitor, dl.il on Saturday Miiiill L'Tth Beach Memorial Chape was in charge of loeaj arrangements. MARIE EMMA RAZ fi7, of 17r.ii Jtb it., ilii d on Saturday, -March I7th Gordon's Funeral Home, Miami u. a. h, was in charge or arrangements. FRANCES COHEN 74. of 4:'^x Alton nl., died on Saturday, March -'7th Gordon's Funeral Home. : Beach, was In charge of arrangements. MORRIS WATERMAN 52, of 519 Meridian air., died M March 81st in a local hospital. Services were on March 12nd at tne Star of Pavld Cemetery, with Hellman Funeral Home In charge. Mr. Waterman Is survived by his wife, Dorothy: two sons, Sheldon and Bernard; and two sisters and three brothers. bute to Einstein Imonseiden, director of the "" Forum of the Air." will ? a tribute to Prof. Albert Fein on the occasion of the N*'i 75th birthday. The spe! Program is slated for Sunday ** m 8. April 4th, 10:30 a.m., over '<"> WMIE. SOPHIE SAPERO It, of 4L'7r. Nautilus dr., died March 23rd In New York. She hud been a resident here for 29 years. A native of Paris, France, she was a member of Temple l.-rael, the Children's Cardlac lion .-. ll.'idassah and other charitable organizations She is survived hv her husband. Lawreecera daughter, Mrs. Pearl Usher: a brother, Abe and her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Leraer. ..li ol Miami I Services were on March 2*>th at Tem! i. i rael, with Interment in Mount Neho Cemetery under the direction of Miami BeaCb Riverside. ROSE LIPSKY died here. Bervlces were In Mount Nei„, Cemetery on March 2t'th. with (Gordon's Funeral Home, Miami, in ill.ne of arrangements. EOA LEES, 84, of KM N\V Uth ter.. died on March 24th at home. She had visited here for the pa"t month, coming from West New York, New Jersey. She was a member of the Workmen "Circle and Is survived by_ her husband Morris: three sons, Charles. I tarry_and Sam: two daughters. Mrs. Rose; K ess ler and Mrs. David Adler: a brother Ellis Friedman; and three sisters, Mrs. Ida Graff. Mrs. Roso Fcldman and Mrs. Ubbv Cohen. Services were on March 25th In the Miami Chapel of Cordon's Funeral Home. Interment was In Mount Slnal C emetery. ABRAHAM KOWALSKV T. Of SS Collins ave died on March !4th Cordons Funeral Home. Miami Beach, was In charge of arrangements. LEV! 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PAGE 6 B +Je*istrk**aan lELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TEMPLE EMANU-EL, Miami each Jewish Center, will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and preaching on the topic: "A Program for Juvenile Delinquency." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Robert Henry, son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling, is scheduled during the service. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will deliver the sermon on the topic. "Nisan — The Month of Miracles." Mincha will be at 6 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday services are, at 8 a.m. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Shapiro will discus the Weekly Portion. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvoth of David Schlissel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schlissel. and Richard Hoberman son of Mr. and Mrs ,ll hold Friday evening services Nat Hoberman, will take place. > at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-J services are at 8 a.m.. when Rabbi der the musical portions of he j Mosej, Me-scheloff will officiate and preach on the topic: "The First Signs of a New Era." Cantor Aaron liturgy. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. A Torah coronation will take place, with the crown donated by Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Cold man. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and preach on the subject: "Wearing Our Crown With Dignity." Cantor Edward Klein will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services will include the Bar Mitzvah of Bernard Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Siegel. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening sen-ices at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Arthur Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Punsch. will Friday evening services at 8:15 take place. Rabbi Max Shapiro and p.m. Miss Thelma J. Cohen, in-' Cantor Maurice Mamchc will offistructor of English at the L'niverciate. Floral offerings will be by sity of Miami, will be guest speakMr and Mrs Puri-ch Student er. Her topic is: •Language That services are at 10:30 am Daily AffectN Our Society." Religious services are scheduled for 7:30 Activities Committee will be hosts a.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat • urday morning services are at 9 am., when Rev Leo Heim will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion He will \nassisted by the Hebrew School Choir. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday ere ning services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning cervices are at 9 a.m.. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. At 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate at the late service and preach on the subject: •power of the Will." Jacob Kron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 am under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky Kiddush will be served by the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Aaron Weingarten acting as hostesses. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Morris Dorf will be host. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. A daily lecture series on Jewish laws and customs is given by Rabbi Mescheloff between the 6:15 and 6:45 p.m. service. Daily morning services are at 7 and 8 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henrv Okolica officiating and conducting the monthly Open Forum. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the Junior and Senior Center Chain assistinf. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Max M. I.and man officiating. •The Life of Rabbi Stephen Wise and Reformed Judaism" will be the subject of the Rabbi's Shabbat following. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday conducted by Rabbi Isaac Ever, morning services are at 8 50 a.m. who will discuss the Weekly Por; Rabbi Malavsky will diacUM the tion. Kiddush will follow. At 5:30 Weekly Portion Mincha is at 6:15 p.m the Rabbi will lead a class p.m., followed by SITalos Seudos. in laws and customs of Passover enberg will iponaor the Oneg I !" ons The Oneg Shabbat folMincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 8:30 am and 6:45 p.m. • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and discuss "The Importance of What You Think." Saturday morning servat 6 p.m Late services are at 8:30 teei U* at 10:30 am., when Haven -p.m conducted by Rabbi Alfred waxman and assisted b> the Center Choir. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is: "True Friendship." The Oneg Shabbat following will be Breslaw. son of Dr. and Mrs. William Breslaw. will become Bar Mitzvah and address the congregation on the subject: Makin en'Proud." Kiddush will follow lowing will be in honor of the birthdays of Terry Grossman and Mrs. Pansy Goette. Early Friday evening services will be at 5:45 p.m.. conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. Saturday services will begin at 9 a.m. "The Price of Our Heritage" will be the theme of the Rabbi's sermon. Junior congregation will hold services at 11 a.m. in the Maloff Room. Services will be held at 9 a.m.. Sunday, and at 7 a.m.. weekdays. TvHlimiminl Uivvm Einntvin Continued from Pa*e 1 B \ has been so brilliantly creative in opening new horizons of knowledge ; for humanity at large, his heart has always been with his own people in its torments, trials and triumphs. • Israel is proud to send him its best wishes and congratulations on j his 75th birthday. We all pray that I he may continue to adorn, teach 1 and inspire this world for many years to come." Prof. Einstein, wrote Dr. Goldmann, "has never been indifferent to the fate of his people. He has always been a proud JeWand has taken a profound, active and vigorous interest in the Jewish political and intellectual movements of our day. Through his authority and personality, he has made lasting contributions to all Jewish institutions and enterprises which engaged his interest." Many, comparing Prof. Einstein with Newton, described the impact of his work on chemistry, bacteriology and philosophy as well as on ramAY.AP mr, mathematics and phy^T^ "-nee of his th^Jj velopment of atomic tj, *\ also indicated n ^ ^vera. deal, wilh h „ -j in human affairs and kit J^ behalf of Jewish affair ^H Prof. Einstein w .,s of,;; n d h ^3 •dency of the Jewish tt** the death of ( h a.m W*? "* Compare IETLEY TEA with any other Irju MIAMI BEACH SURFSUE 1104 Lincoln U. 9473 Hording Aye P*. 5 3812 Ph. 16-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Ssrhiee HABERDASHERY 30ih Umr M Miami leach •FAMOUS S4NCI ISJ7 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brats or am stein Saturday morning services %  0 a n., conducted bj Rabbi Waxman. Junior services are at 11 a.m., when tin Rabbi will be assisted by children ol the Hebrew School Mincha is at 6 p.m.. with Maariv concluding the Sabbath observance. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Richard Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily services are %  at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHI SIDE CENTER will hold Friday I evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Louis Cassel will be assisted by Cantor Albert Glantz. Subject of the sermon is: "The One God Concept." During the Oneg Shabbat tendered by the Sisterhood there will be a question and answer per'tod on customs, ceremonies and rituals pertaining to Passover. Saturday morning services are at 9 Ja.m., when Marshall Glantz, Barry ,Kutun and Bobby Collins will assist Rabbi Cassel. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Laws of the Passover." • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will I hold Friday evening services at [8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and speaking on the subject: "What Price Idealism," Mrs Rebecca Lipson, staff member of the Beth Sholom Religious %  School, will be awarded the Hebrew University Certificate of 1 Proficiency in Hebrew Culture. 'Saturday morning services are at sponsored by .Mr and Mrs, R GoldCantor Irving Robinson will render the nuisual portions of the liturgy. Builders of Immortal Memorials for 4he ]i-oT7 o man Jewish Trade BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold i i-id.i> evening servto 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning ten ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary ahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Marching Off the Map." A class in Talmud will be conducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. when the Rabbi will discuss the Zohar Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8sl5 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and preaching on the topic: "Sholom Aleichem on Broadway—Does His World Have Anything to Say to Ours?" Pre-, Passover Forum will follow the service. Rabbi Narot and Cantor Jacob Bornstein will interpret the meaning of the coming holiday. • • •. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold regular Friday evening services starting at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services start at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5:30 followed by Shalos Seudos. Regular weekday services are at 8 a m and 6:15 p.m. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro I will officiate and speak on "The Three Dimensions of Religion." Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Lois Rich, daughter of Mr r and Mrs. Harry Rich, will become BasMitzva* dbV' ing the service. A reception will Look for the 2-Story Whits Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARR-FS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phon. 4-3241 (fiompleb and jbependai/e efflte Jeim M IAMI TITLE & QtetractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE W DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Felicias al Kansas City Title Insurance (a. 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f, APBIL 2, 1954 ^Jewlsfifk^kUmr, PAGE 9 A Ecsniek Wins Iviov Tourney Lm e$nick. of Hibiscus Mjthc Westview Country JJ Tourney and became ( ,hampin for the fourto i t year at final matches Li Friday. Isnick ended with a score i, 0 psome forty women who j ],he golf competition held JSost of last month. RunL ,i,e four time champion I jack Ablin. with a score iwr Resnick and Mrs. Ab"ived trophies from Westsnick is active in local lal and civic programs. She Jorganized and is president Lien club for residents of kfecus and Star Islands. i decorated 75 tables at a last week in the Di Lido Lcecds "f which went to [Children'^ Hospital. Erd Hoberman EBar Mitzvah Steven Hoberman, son [and Mrs. N;it Hoberman, Kieridan Avenue. Miami [will become Bar Mitzvah %  Saturday morning services, kid. at Temple Beth Sholom. Kronish and Cantor Kelemer will officiate at lemony. bar Mitzvah is an eighth Xtudcnt at Nautilus Junior L: nd attends the Relig(huol of Temple Beth ShoLing Ihe Kiddush, a reccpl|| be held in Itiehard's honhe Ugiers Hotel. bf-lown guests will include • Mitzvah grandfather, Mr. lobernian. New York; Dr. %  Greenspan and family, ChiBuii Mrs G Greenspan, OtIllinois. r.Hnivii • %  'chord S. Hoberman p0 KM SATISfACTIOH TED BRAMSOTf INV/TfS YOU TO USE jNATIONAL plorm ina tors Beth David donor luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 7th, at the Di Lido Hotel. Featured entertainment will be Jennie Goldstein, star of screen and radio. Shown arranging the program are (left to right, seated) the Masdames Sam Badanes, Sidney Kaplan and Mike Forer, chairman. Standing are the Mesdames Nathan Davidow, Nate Speigelman, Morris Rabinowitz, Ralph Hankin and David Parnes. Not pictured are Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs. Harold Berney. Mantels Exchange Vows in (Ion t or Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Becker, of Brooklyn, New York, announce the wedding of their daughter. Esther, to Robert Mantel in the Jewish Community Center on March 14th. Mr. Mantel, also of Brooklyn, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mantel. The couple was attended by Mrs. Gertrude Summerfield and Jack Steindam. B'nai B'rith Women SI Election date of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, is Wednesday evening, April 7th, 8:30 p.m.. at the El Comodoro Hotel. Delegates for the annual district convention of B'nai" B'rith, to be held at Dtytona Beach, will also be named. ate Local Affairs Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a menorah games parly at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, April 14th, 1 p.m. North Shore Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will meet at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, April 14th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Jack J. Falk is chairman of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah luncheon for Youth Aliyah at the Sans Souci Hotel on Monday, April 12th. Sponsors giving $50 or more will be honored with the citation of "angel." Mrs. William Feuer is Hannah Senesch president. Ronald Paul Pertnoy .loins Lois, Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy, of 5O00 Cherokee ave., announce the birth of their son, Ronald Paul, at Mount Sinai Hospital on March 20th. The new arrival joins hi< sister, Lo:s Ivy, and brother, Sidney Mark. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Miami Beach, .and Mrs. Geraldine Corn. Baltimore. Great grandmother iMrs. Tillie Shapiro, also of Baltimore. „ *--. -—, ^ I Warren Soned to Speak Warren Soned, artist, teacher and lecturer and formerly of the University of Miami staff, will talk man to Dali" at the Friends of the man To Dali" at the Friends of the Seven Lively Arts, meeting on April 2nd, at 8 p.m. Chaim Rose, chairman, will open the meeting at 2100 Washington ave. 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Dag Hammarskjold Denies Parley With Jordan, Israel is Off Continued from Page 1 A ".he question, the Secretary Gen eral had made it clear that once Israel had invoked Article XII. it ma mandatory upon him to con, IIC the meeting and he indicated ^hat he would do N even in the ace of a .Jordanian refusal to attend. In the light of the Jordanian ream] to attend the meeting. Israel now has the recourse of a complaint to the Security Council against the breach of the armistice reement. Earlier, in the week Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told bis press conference in Washington '.hat the United States had been supporting the United Nations Secretary General with regard to his request to Jordan to meet with Israel to discuss armistice problems. Mr. Dulles responded to a JTA reporter's question. The question asked was: In view of the precarious status of the armistice and Arab Spokesmen Visit U.S. Leaders Continued from Page 1 A jean munitions sales to Israel. The "grave view" held by the Israel Government over the deteriorating security situation, the failure if the armistice machinery and the lepudiation of Jordan of its obligation under the armistice was reported to the United States Government at an emergency meeting .t the State Department. Reuven Shiloah. Israel Minister, conferred for an hour and fifteen minutes with Assistant Secretary of | State Byroade. He told Mr. Byroade f Israel's concern over the deterioration of security along the 1-rael-Jordan frontier, over the increasing ineffectiveness of the armistice machinery and over the at-1 litude of the Jordan Government in flaunting the armistice agreements and in repudiating Article XU-of the armistice. Israel invoked this article last November in an ttempt to bring Jordan to a faceto face meeting to discuss the armistice situation. Mr. Shiloah told the American fficial that Israel felt the situai lion had reached the stage where it j -hould be taken up urgently by the j SeeuriQp Council. The leading pow-• < rs, Mr. Shiloah declared, should •ee to it that the Security Council. dealt with this security situation. I I the recent Negev bus n the United Stales d ii to reinforce the UN request to Jordan to I ,( r Article XII to discuM strengthening of the armistice pact.' KJ.'M met IB • ind France thU v discuss Hi • mounting Arab bra l tension and the situation arising from the slaughter of ll Israelis In the Negeb ambush last track. At a in"' -• c roft rence thi UN Secretary General emphasised thai he took the Initiative in calling the I delegate, it th,' Big Three to the j meeting because he considered that the Western Towerbad responsibilities" in the Middle East. Asked whether he would con, suit the Soviet Union, which has been taking an increasing interest in Middle Eastern affairs. Mr. Ham i marskjold replied that thiwas quite possible. The UN Secretary General said he expected to consult with all members of the Security Council on the latest developments in the Arab-Israel situation* To a question whether he would set a date for the Jordan Israel parley which he convoked in Jerusalem — and which Jordan has refused to attend —Mr. Hammarskjold stated that the Jordan refusal to attend was "influenced by recent events." Mrs. Meyers Will Speak At Hebrew Teachers' Banquet Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, will be guest speaker at the annual banquet of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami on Sunday evening, April 4th. 7:30 p.m.. at the Sterling Hotel. Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the University of Miami faculty, will be toastmaster and introduce Mrs. Meyers. The guest speaker is .a well known community leader here, an attorney and treasurer of the International Association of.Women Lawyers. Melavah Malkah Slated For Victor on Saturday Rabbis of Greater Miami will hold a Melavah Malkah and concert at the Victor Hotel on Saturday evening. April 3rd. 8 p.m. Rabbi Abraham I. Cutler, of New York, noted orator and lecturer :.nd member of the National Executive Mizrachi of America, will be guest speaker. Subject of Rabbi Cutler's address is "National Religious Movement in Israel Today and Tomorrow." The evening is sponsored by the Greater Miami Mizrachi, and Great. r Miami Women's Organization of Mizrachi. Cornerstone Laying Set Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will lay the cornerstone for its new building oh Sunday. April 11th, at 4 p.m.. according to Herts Weiss, president. The program is under the supervision of Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader. A seating capacity of 700 will be available upon completion of the new synagogue. Announce Plans to Present Jewish Opera The Jewish Community Singers this week announced plans to present a Jewish opera in the Miami Beach Auditorium during the 1955 season, according to Ben Yomen and Margaret Yomen. directors The choral group meets on Monday evenings at Pier Park. 1st st. and Ocean dr.. at 8 p.m. Singers are invited to join the group. Fink Advocates Long Range Plans The platform of Richard K Fink, r Dade C< un\ Sdhnoj |, District 3. was announced .. .i pporti n Fink advoca as I %  • l'> n R to ipcret \ P "!' %  LUties, io cope i meet future ii reases ,n populati HI He '" U> % %  jure high teach and .. sound lit. II %  lal struc lure for the Board a Publii la struction In order to taxpayers full valu %  for th< Ir I Fink, according to a recent rcbj irBUI drew the must applause from a 1TA gather%  u • %  ol his -' itamenl that the activities ill the PTA should be %  ted between home and school rather than confined to the rok "f fund raising for school facilities. He has.been a resident of Dade County since 1930 and received his entire public school education in Dade County schools. He attended the University ot Miami, received his law degree from Harvard LawSchool and has practiced law in Miami since 1950. He is a member of Schools Committee. Harvard Club of Miami; former Sunday school teacher at Beth Sholom Religious School; and was former president of Harvard Law School Forum, engaged in supplementing legal education. Fink is secretary of Sholem I.odae. B'nai B'rith, a member of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers. Zionist District of Coral Gables and is at present active in the Combined Jewish Appeal drive. He is a veteran of World War II. Fink is married and resides at .FRIDAY. Richard K. Hk SW 74th Terrace. He is the son of Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, communal leader, and the grandson of the late Moses Krieger and Mrs. Krieger, long-time residents of this urea. Channing Gets Award Jules P. Channing, consulting structural engineer, has been presented with an award for "outstanding service to the engineering profession" at the state convention of the Florida. Society of Professional Engineers, recently held in Gainesville. Channing is a past president of the Miami Chapter, Florida Society of Professional Engineers, and has been a state director, state chairman of public relations, chairman of the recent national convention held in Daytuna Beach, and has been active in various engineering programs, both locally and on a state level for many years. Mrs. GrossiiJ fi e Honored V„ Florida District .1 Organization I L l 4 represented ? ***T conference to be Md Sa < u "< r.ih April^y According to (;j| J sistant director (gj £L em he i n. S*^^^ Chairn /'.^ Ida I W^ mnour.ced an „ gram. On Saturday p.m., the Orlando I der a reception in Jennie (i: .., At midnight on „ Beach Ma-ada YOUM! ists will he host tog 1 ballroom of the SM On Sunday April 4th. j there will | )e a panel ship Techniques At on "Public Relation* sented. "The ZOA District j munity" will be thjl sed at 11:30 forum. A panel on "You of| trict" will include gramming. board aoo| ings, Israel projettt, scheduled for 2 p.m. LEGAL NO Traditional Holiday IHsh Made With I f of *• XMiiniinh. *rl v Haan Freshness makes a world Of difference in the taste of any fish dish —and that difference is immediately apparent in the finer, fresher taste and traditional home-made quality of Manischewitz Gefilte Fish. Choice' lake-fresh fish—50 per cent or more costly whitefish— plus farm fresh whole eggs, give Manischewitz Gefilte Fish its, uniquely delicate flavor and tender j texture; these, as well as the other i ingredients, are actually finer and fresher than you yourself could buy them. For example, within minutes after the fishing boats come in off the lakes, the fish used in making Manischewitz Gefilte Fish are inspected, selected, cleaned, iced and on their way to be cooked — and long before the average commercial shipment of fish can reach your neighborhood store, Manischewitz Gefilte Fish has bedn ground, blended, seasoned, cooked and vacuum-sealed in jars, with all the lake-fresh, luscious flavor and quality sealed in for your Passover enjoyment In the course of preparing Manischewitz Gefilte Fish, the eggs are candled and given individual Rab( binical inspection before they are added to the recipe, and every additional step in the process reflects the care, the skill and devotion to quality that makes Manischewitz Gefilte Fish so luscious and tender, so overwhelmingly the traditional choice for Passover meals. 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PAGE 8 A t*~.utnrTk&>n StoAY^Afcui-. Miss Rehar Weds Herbert Greenberg At the Miami Beach Jewish Center on March 13th, at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Irving Lehrman united in marriage Miss Claire Behar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Behar, 1000 10th Street, and Herbert J. Greenberg, son of Mr. Benjamin Greenberg. Maid of honor was Phyllis Greenberg. Best man was Robert Bressler. The bride is a graduate of James Madison High School. Brooklyn. New York. Mr. Greenberg was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University Of Miami. At present he is in the Coast Guard. The bride selected a ballerinalength gown of white lace over nile treen taffeta, scooped neckline and bouffant skirt. She carried orchids on a Bible. Her only piece of jewelry was a strand of pearls. A cocktail party and dinner followed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The couple are flying to Cuba and will make their home in Miami Beach. Abrams. Spitzer Troth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abrams, of 1754 NE 4th ave. announce the engagement of their daughter. Sarah, to Emanuel Spitzer. The couple met last October at a dance in Miami Beach They arc now planning a June wedding. Mr. Arthur Purisch to Become liar Mitzvah Arthur C. Purisch will become Bai Mitzvah on Saturday morning, April 3rd. at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate at the ceremony. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Spitzer is UM ion of Mrs Anna SpitMr ani) Mrs Robert Purisch. 2301 zer. 3510 SW 15th at, and the late Morns Spitzer. Miss Abrams is a graduate of Herbert Cre-nberg Miss RooffWeds Dentist Here Miss Adele Rooff became the bride of Dr. Herbert Katz. Rabbi DSJ Lehrman performed the ceremony on March 20th at his Etudy in Temple Emanu-EL Her mother's wedding ring seal td the vows. The bride is the daughter ol Mrs Bstelle Rooff, 918 n dr Dr. KaU ithe son of Mrs. Mae KaU, 1249 Pennsylvanifl ave. bride graduated from Julia Richmond High School ami attendi '• the Universitj ol Miami and %  •;. College oi New Yi rk Dr. Katz attended the University of Florida and graduated from Temple Universitj School of Dentistry. He is a member of ADA, ida East C'oa.-t Dental Society, Cameron oral Surgery SoJohn Kolmer Medical So ciety and Alpha Omega. Following their return from a moon in Veradero Beach the couple will reside in Coral Gables. SW 21st Street, and attends Shenj andoah Junior High School, where he is in the ninth grade. Arthur b also a student at Beth David I Religious School and holds the office of Patrol Leader of Boy Scout Troop No. 89 there. A reception will be held at his home on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. Among honored guests will i be the Bar Mitzvah's grandparents,; Mr. and Mrs. David Messinger, of' New York and Miami Beach. Others attending from out-of1 town will include Mr. and Mrs. Al Messinger, uncle and aunt; Mr. Edward Messinger. uncle; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Rosenzweig, uncle and aunt: Mrs. Mac Reiff. aunt; and Mr. Solomon Purisch. the Bar Mitzvah's uncle, all of New York. Miss Sarah Abrams Miami Beach High School, where sh<' WU active in various clubs. She now attend.Lindsey Hopkins Yocat "i.il School. Mr Spitzer attended high school and college '" Nets York and has served In the Army. He la now ma. irin in accounting at the Initj of Mi inii Mrs. James I. lewis Ransoft. Tabw Troth Announced Announcement has been made by Rabbi and Mrs. Marios {tanson, Mrs. Herbert Kofi Mark Saffer Born Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Saffer, of 3321 SW 21st Street, announce the birth of their son, Mark David, at Doctors Hospital on Monday, March 22nd. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer and Mrs. Esther Berger. < Lewises Honeymoon In New York March 21st was the date of the wedding of Miss Betty Frances Rosenblum and James Lowell Lewis. The ceremony took place in the home of her parents. Mr. and ; Mrs. John David Rosenbloom. 6355 SW 48th st The bride wore a ballerina length gown of a'.encon lace and n\ Ion tulle. A wedding dinner at the Colony Restaurant followed the cereir. m) Mr Lewis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, 3140 SW 13th st.. and iassociated with his father in the contract furniture business. He is a graduate of the Univer iiy of Miami and was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu His bride graduated from Texas Western Coli,,._,,. The couple are honeymooning in New York. New DPhiE Pledges Honored iit Tea Here Mothers Club of Delta Phi Ep silon Sororitv gave a recent tea in the home of Mrs. B. Stein, presi dent, to honor the ten new pledges of the sorority. These are Myra Benezin. Maxine Bild. Roberta C'hason, Sue Cohen, Adriane Frank. Carole Freedland. Elise Kosch, Marilyn Lippock. Patricia Pattenick and Ellen Walsey Miss Mary B. Merritt. Dean oi Women at the Vniversity of Miami was guest of honor. The tea was brought to s close with a book review on "Tea and Sympathy," given by Mrs. I. M. Wemstein. of Fort Lauderdale. Florida, oi the engagement of their daughter. Miss Joan (ami, to Mr. John L. Tabor. son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice S. Tabor. Buffalo. New York. Miss RJBton attended Simmons College. Boston. Massachusetts, and will graduate from the University of Miami early in June. Mr. Tabor graduated from the University of Buffalo and the Life insurance Marketing Institute of Purdue University. A June wedding is planned by the couple. An engagement reception will be held on Sunday. April 4th. at Temple Emanu Kl. Fort Lauderdale. from 3 to 5 p.m. Rabl bi Ranson is the Temple's spiritual leader. Robert Henry Frehling, i Dr. 'and Mrs. Stanley Fn ling, 3795 Pinetree Drive, 1 ami Beach, will celebrate t Bar Mitzvah on Satino morning. April 3rd, at' pie Emanu-El. Rabbi L Lehrman will officiate, seventh grade student Nautilus Junior High Sea Robert attends the Relit School of Temple Emanufl '.WE DELIVER AND SPRWJ] T0PS0IL BY CONTRACT GERTIES IANDSCAPE t SOUS i Phone 868355 William Robinson Cantor and Mrs. Irving Robinson announce the birth of their son, William, on March 19th Cantor Robinson chants at the Coral daw les Jewish Center. tin HEIP WANUD-FEnUU Supervisor for Kitchen and Dining Room kosher Jewish Institution 4 % alt* have housekeeping resp*a>] % bilities. Some experieote k % planning and special diets i \ able. 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)AY. AP RIL j-J954 '.. inii*'* 1 Here C conurbation that received Trier this week will celebrate %  Kdicatinn of its new building iTdav afternoon, April 4th, at t on the northwest corner of jsi'rcet and Prairie Avenue, MiI Beach L Beth Israel Congregation 1 *ervc those traditional Jews led in the 41st st. area. "Prfcr attention will be given to %  modern voung men and women K e Jewish faith, who are deId and dedicated to the basic triples of traditional Judaism," t rd j nn io Morris Weinstein, feldent of the pew Beth Israel igrcgation. %  Dur synagogue will be unique bees and other functions will led by the lay members of our Wgation," Weinstein explain•\Ve believe in the complete kicipation of our members as I as our worshippers. This will %  e all the opportunity to use their |nts and assist in the complete Igram of our institution." lenior member of the Board of fctees. Rabbi Jacob L. Andron, Hoist in the religious part of dedication exercises on Sun(embers of the Board of Trusare Rabbi Andron, Siegfried ndhcim, Isadore Friedman, Jai Kaufman, Dr. Irwin Makovsky, i Rappaport. Samuel Sakols and |n Salomon. brth Shore Lodge Selects Mannheimer iMiitun 1! Mannheimer has been |animously icelected president of North Shore Lodge, B'nai rith for a second term. [Also unanimously relected were |ck Wilson, treasurer, and GeorgC Levcn.-on. chaplain (New officers named are David tnton. Jerome Green, Tobias Sion and Jack Wein, vice presi^nts: George Berkely, recording cretary; .lames Levenson, corrending secretary; Melvin J. Rich, financial secretary; Harry oldberg, guardian; and Julius legel. warden. [Directors are Abe Block, Rabbi peyer Abramowitz, Harry Block, raf'inegold, Nathaniel Glickman, Goldman, Arthur Present, %  orris Roth. Sam Solloway, Wiliani Volpe, Murray Weil and Dan fQlfson. 1 in tinstate convenpnn which will be held at the Biltfiorc Terrace Hotel, Miami Beach, foril 10th %  12th, are Wilson, Levfason, Wein, Roth, Solloway and Jerfctey, Alternates appointed were Richard, Dan Wolfson and Arthur Present. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol "JpuiNh Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 W&^ is* J mw • 1 "•" A... ftolM u.54,0 Sealking Plastic Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is HUM and sealed. Horo is the milk package that is leokproof, sturdy, strong. Hera is the milk package that yoo open, and poor from the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop; gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the r.ch freshness of your milk. Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies Phone 2-2*21 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL PRODUCTS



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PAGE 10 A Hn*i*tinix*02!L American Notables... Lorenzo da Ponte: The Jew of 1833 By HARRY SIMONHOFF (NMry SimonhoM's column, constituting a terlet HlHMi American Notables, is being pubHshei by Tbt iewisb Meridian pmrl of the tercentenary celebration at Jewish settlement i* the Unites Statcs.-The Editors.) Ability seemed native to the Conegliani family, which in the 17th century produced a physician-diplomat, who served the conflicting interests of Turkey and Venice with such deftness that both states removed from him the civil disabilities which Christendom and Islam considered good for Jews so-long as they chose to stand aloof from the cross or the crescent. In the 19th century another Conegliani displayed talents in political economy that would have carried him places had he lived longer than 33 years. Baptism In 1749, Emanuel Conegliano. born not far from Venice, became an orphan when five years old. Later his father fell in love with a young Catholic girl, and she would marry only in church. Father and three sons were baptized at the same font; Emanuel received at 14 the musical name of Lorenzo da Ponte. The world now became his oyster and the bright, handsome boy could get a good education, which enabled him to teach literature at a seminary in Terviso. Priesthood Theologic studies also fitted him for the priesthood. But in a decayed and corrupt Venice he found revelries far more entertaining than celebrating the mass. In the 18th century, a Venetian abbe could dance minuets, compose madrigals and serenade in gondolas by moonlight. Chummy with the famous or infamous Casanova, he led a similar life of intrigue and dissipation. Nor was his orthodoxy beyond suspicion. He therefore had good cause to fear scrutiny by the City Inquisition. Not anxious to emulate the charming Casanova in his jail break from the Doge's piombi. he prudently fled from Venice, from its seductive women, from the demoralizing carousals. A detree of banishment wa> filed against him. Fortune in Vienna Wandering over Europe, da Ponte landed in Vienna. ^Here he ran into a streak of fame, glamour and well being that sometimes fortune thrusts at a person for a brief span. He came at the opportune moment when Joseph If of Austria decided to discard French for Italian opera. The liberal emperor appointed da Ponte the official poet oThis theatre. His jobwas to write librettos for the court musicians. er professor had leisure for giving lessons in local students. But an artistic temperament tn P i, bad management invariably Wrings hard luck I • named Mozart, the most spontaneous genius, became Professor of Italian at Columbia miw\* perhaps, in all musical history. They came to a quick understanding and da Ponte wrote Wa Pr"' n '" %  g* the 'Marriage of Figaro," which became Mozart s first opera. That huge success was followed by Cos! fan tutti. But their joint masterpiece was 'Don Giovanni, which will hold the boards as long as opera is sung. According to the Danish mystic Kierkegaard, it is the greatest of all operas Even so competent a critic and musician as Richard Wagner had to admit that "Don Giovanni" owes its popularity largely to the excellence of the libretto. London The lucky streak ended with King Joseph's death. His successor Leopold cared little for opera and less for the favorite opera poet. Envious rivals did some knifing, for da Ponte had a penchant for intrigue, which made enemies wherever he went. But when things looked darkest, he received the appointment of poet for the Drury Lane Theatre in the Haymarket of London. The new post did not bring back the gemutlichkeit of Vienna. The English director Taylor had neither the courtesy nor generosity of an emperor. Da Ponte even had to endorse promissory notes to hold on to his job. When the notes were protested and other debts accumulated, he skipped from England to escape the debtor's prison. by America pro ^.New York in 1805 was hardly the place for a 56-year-old poet with a family to support. Opera had never been heard in the young republic, and the new land had little to offer an expert of Italian literature. To feed his wife and children, the poet opened a grocery and made a living until the yellow fever epidemic caused him to sell out and to clear out. Later the family settled in Sunbury. Pennsylvania, where he was taken for one of the powder-making DuI'onts. a circumstance that helped his caedit for a fresh start. He kept store, handled groceries, measured out drams of liquor for customers, sold wheat and medical supplies. He even had an interest in a distillery. A real estate boom brought on artificial prosperity, and the formmhia College R. chair carried no salary, and the students preferred v or Spanish to paying tuition for Italian. UwUunw! assembled youth and maids, set up a little theatre i home, and spread over New York a taste for KLT sics. He also operated a book store, and got into, troversy with Prescott the Historian about the me*!? Italian literature. In 1823 Mozart's librettist R9 "Memoirs," as frank as Rousseau's and as --?J Cellini's. "* One might think an octogenarian should be i call his lifework completed. Not so with da PontM 84th year, he embarked on his last, if not his most i venture. The inspiration came when Manuel brought his operatic troupe to New York in IB4I cast of first-rate singers included the famous Malife caused a sensation. Garcia raked in the dollars L_ turned to Europe, leaving da Ponte thrilled with7] scheme for profit and glory. The Impressario In partners with a French tenor, da Ponte in gave 35 performances, and folded up. Thisi hould have been a warning that New York al t ready for opera. But da Ponte was never < at or failure. Instead he planned a more 1 and interested prominent citizens in buiU special theatre. The Italian Opera House went Church, corner Leonard Street, and the opening ia] social event of the year. Out of 40 scheduled ances, he produced 28. The venture then failed. Thei house was sold and later destroyed by fire. Di>he and impoverished da Ponte died, almost attaining) One might question whether da Ponte belongs is] ish annals. Converted, he never practiced Cath Given a splendid cathedral funeral, no gravestone) marked his place of burial. Unquestionably, he 1 important services to Italian music and literature. century later, the minions of Mussolini would have I over Lorenzo da Ponte the Jew for cremation in thei ovens of Dachau or Buchenwald. Tour to Israel MM Announeetl University Travel Company ol Cambridge. Massachusetts, this week announced a special tour of Israel. France, Italy and Switzerland under the leadership of Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai. Jewish Community Canter Ol Hollywood. The tour will begin July 7th on the Queen Mary and will terminate in New York on August 17th on the Queen Elizabeth. The fotiowtng are some of the places which will lie included in the tour: Cherbourg. Paris Lucerne, Milan. Venice. Bologna. Florence. Home. Tel Aviv. Haifa, Galilee, Tiberias and Jerusalem. Rabbi Shapiro has been connected with Jewish causes and movements for the past 20 yean. He was k. member of the Board of Directors 01 the Wisconsin War Cheat, delegate to American Jewish Conference representing Wlaconsin, past president of the Zionist Organization of the Midwest, lee tured before serv.ee clubs, business and professional groups, church groups, UJA, ZOA and B'nai B'rith and was UJA chairman of Wisconsin and upper Michigan from 1948 to 1951 In addition, he has lectured widely in the Miami area during


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PAGE 2 B m fLMmMB^tMMl Iraq Shows Strength in Revolution By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS —Now that we have had time to assess the latest upheaval in the Middle East, it is generally agreed here that Iraq has emerged from .it*jn ajmtieh stronger position than e,yer}>eiofe and. Ulflt the, movq for a Greater Syria *s now a distinct and livelythreat to Israel. This is not the view of the so-called neutral observers here with a knowledge of the area but also of the Arab correspondents. It is little wonder, therefore, that Premier Moshe Sharett and other Israeli leaders in the Knesset should draw attention to the danraeli frontier. Mr. Sharett has issued a warning that "if there should be any change in the identity of the countries around us through fusion or annexation, such as to be detrimen against a Greater Syria as it would threaten Egypt's leadership of the Arab League and its position in the Middle East. However, although General Mohammed Naguib would seem to have won the game of tal to our security we shall be,x*ree political chairs, the prestige of the _i„..L... %  • Ca j ro government is *o low Jlhat to take precautionary measures. The Israeli Prime Minister did not mix his words; he could not. for the question of peace and war is involved. The former Syrian dictator. Colonel Adib Shishekly. was adamantly opposed to any kind of federation which would mean the predominance of Iraq. Now. he is gone, and although the new Syrian prrsident who was president before cannot be said to be a proponent of ger in this development, for, of all the Greater Syrian movement, the it is unlikely te be able to prevent the Iraquis from realising their am bitions The Saudi Arabians, who are a somewhat primitive people but very anti-Iraq, may take to arms. The quarrels among the opposing Arab factions, the pro-Greater Syria and the anti, the Hashemites and their feudal opponents, have not been settled, and they are just as likely to break out again and cause another upheaval like the the Arab States that took up arms against the infant Jewish State. Iraq is the only one which has not signed an armistice. Its bellicose intransigeance could be ignored at the time the armistice agreements were negotiated as Iraq does not I have a common border with Is rael: however, a Greater Syria would put a hostile Iraq on Jhe Is1 ——c forces behind him are in favor of it. Furthermore, the Syrian presi dent. El Atassi. is an old and feeble man compared with the young and vigorous Iraqui premier. Dr. Fadhil El Jamali. who was one of the most vicious anti-Zionists when he was a delegate here at the United Nations The Egyptians have always been Kabbi Calls Near East 'Melting Pot* "The State of Israel is now the melting pot of the Near East, and out of the fusion of the various strands and cultural backgrounds there will be formed a new type of an Israeli, combining the faith of the past and the culture of tomorrow This was part of the prediction of Itabln Menachem M. Porush, Israeli educator and editor of a Jerusalem daily, at a lecture last Saturday to a capacity audience at Congregation Beth Tfilah. The speaker was introduced by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual leader and also a native Israeli, who briefly described the mission of Rabbi Porush in the United States. Rabbi Porush is a fourth generation Sabra. Leaders oi the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida are shown preparing for a buffet dinner on Saturday, April iOth, by the Council to women delegates attending the 18th annual convention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai 3'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters in Miami Beach. Shown pre (left to right) Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, president. B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida; Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman of the dinner; and Mrs. David Alper, president. Miami Beach 3'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, at whose home the function will oe held. Co-chairman for the dinner is Miss Edith Simmons. The State B'nai B'rith Convention will take place at the Biltmore T errace Hotel. Miami Beach, Amil 10th-12th. Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Car* to th* Elderly an* Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing fterv ice. Special Diets Strictly Obaerveel Private and SamiPrivate Room*. LEO ALLEN. Director *M 9.W. 12th Avenue Phones S-M37 and ••0278 Rabbi Joeeoh E. Rackorsky MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phnne t-SSM ITS SMART TO SEE THE *4A0ABON4$ IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC BLVD MAHISCHEWITZ MATZOS AND ONLY MANISCHEWITZ PASSOVER New enjoy Manisehewitz Passover Matzes just as they come (row the tviD, with all their inceea %  arable taste and crispiest sealed in by the new Manisehewitz "Flaw-Seal" inner wrap. Tag epen eaeb of the "FlavorSealed" sections as yea need It .. and the rest ef year Mtzes' stay oven-fresh and delicious at 1 enly Manisehewitz natzes can be!, OrderEarly! OVER 80 FOODS TO KEEP IN IACH, THE FINEST OF ITS KIND! ^TWSSYMMLISYOm ASSURANCE Of STRICTEST KASHRUTH ANI FINEST HUALITY! last. That is why Premier Sharett has warned the United States that to arm the Arabs would not only endanger Israel but would stoke up the furnaces of Arab revolts and vendettas. "The guns," he told the Knesset recently, "will always be turned inwards—inside each country and inside the region, both against Israel and fo further the lust for expansion and domination of one Arab country against another." The anarchy and confusion in the Middle East are ail too apparent to everyone except the bemused officials of the State Department. If the troubles there would not prevent them from distributing arms and ammunition so liberally, then, the fact that the new Syrian defense minister, Rafaat Khankan is so much of a pro-Communist that he has publicly advocated a mutual security pact with the Soviet Union, should make them think twice. m Maurice Biagyer, i B'nai B'rith. has bett] ed with an award I B'rith Liberty Lodge l| in New York for on service to Jews in 1 STAY HOM and GIVE! 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PAGE 6 A Banks Lend $750,000 To Federation for UJA The Greater Miami Jewish Federation this week announced that arrangements have been concluded with a number of local banks for .• total loan of S750.000 and that the borrowed sum is scheduled (of the Ubitod Jewish Appeal. No individual signal urns, wer^j required for the loan. Demonstrating their understanding of the CJA drive localfy and of Jewry's needs in the new State of Israel, the local banks made available funds to Federation for the UJA in amounts ranging from $325,000 to $25,000. 9-Jewish ihrkWan Sisterhood Holds Annual Election Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its election meeting on Monday, April 5th. 1:30 p.m., in Kaplan Hall. Highlight of the afternoon, plan red by vice president and program chairman Mrs. Harold Thurman is the appearance of Judith Youngerman. Miss Youngerman is a modern creative dance teacher and choreographer. She has been teaching creative dance throughout Greater Miami, in addition to Instructing %  a branch studio in Hollywood, HOT MisYounfennan U a graduate Connecticut College School I'me. and ha> worked with JOM Limon, Ranya Holm. Martha (Jramd Louis Horst. she will give a talk to the Sisteron the dance, along with origi nd unique interpretation! Mir, !" Rpnrh Combined Jewish Appeal volun leers mobilize lor community drive. Area chairSaTcX I^SESS 5,0 is Town at a workers" meeting^distributing assignmenU to keycosigners. Shown (left to right) are Tobias Simon Gene Schwartz Al HeUman. Henry SeTtli" IrvTng Strauss. Seymour Gelber. A. Budd Cutler. Is.dore Cohen, L.lhan Goodman. Gdbert I. Balkin. executive director of Anti-Defamation League, and Tahanoff. North Shore Center Will Have Passover Institute There will be a Passover Insti tute given jointly by the PTA and Sisterhood of the North Shore Jew ish Center on> April 8th. 8 p.m. Mrs. Rose Cashvan and Mrs. Ethel Klein are chairmen. A white elephant sale, given by the Sisterhood at the Center on Wednesday, April 14th. 8 p.m., is also slated. Reception at Mirell Gallery Prom April 4th through April 30th. the Mirell Gallery will present a group show consisting of regular artists, plus additional guest artists. There will be a reception Sunday evening to open the show. The gallery is at 18 Anthony Arcade in Coconut Grove. Reception for Martin Feigenson Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Retskin, of Miami Beach, will be among guests at a reception for their grandson, Martin Eugene Feigenson, on Sunday evening. April 4th, 6 p.m., at the Trocadero. Martin, who was recently Bar Mit/vah. will share honors with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Feigenson. of the Bronx. New York. **•< *Cj* I? \v3i Rabbi 1'assvl to Supervise Wine Bottling Here The Seaboard Beverage Company, of Jacksonville, Florida, announced this week that its product, Haggadah Kosher Wine, is now under the personal supervision of Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, of Miami Beach. Rabbi Cassel supervised the cleansing of the machinery and necessary material for the bottling of the Passover product. He spent several days at the plant in Jacksonville and directed the -entire process of bottling Haggadah Kosher Wine for the Passover holidays. Seymour Burns and Saul Katz. president and vice president of the company, cooperated with the Rabbi and fulfilled all of the requirements for the bottling of the Passover wine. "Our company is proud to have Rabib Cassel direct our bottling process for Passover." Temple Beth Sholom elects its outgoing president, Leon I. Ell. as honorary president and presents him with a plaque of appreciation. Judge Kenneth Oka. chairman of the Board of Directors, is shown making the presentation as Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader, looks on. Try a Delicious HONEY BREAD and" HONEY CAKE Made from rye flour and honey without the use of fat, sugar or syrup. Calorie count of 58 per usual slice. Salt-free variety recommended for low-sodium diets. Mttrikmlti fty C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY DINING PLEASURE Murlim f*i$mtm Among local friends and relatives at the reception will be Mr. and Mrs. Alan Reskin, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Eskow, Mr. Harold Retskin. formerly of Miami Beach and now on a brief visit here, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eskow. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eskow, Mr. and Mrs. Rose Eskow. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Silver and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sedlick and son. Earl. TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS HOTEL ATRIL 17th and 1 Itb Conducted by the renowned CANTOR EI.ISHA CERNER from Vienna assisted by CHOIR and Organ LIMITED RESERVATIONS FOR IOTH NIGHTS ONLY $10 ptr (Mrson ptr might ( $12.50 far OM Nifhf) For Reservations Phone 5(0111 ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD Oil paintings by Sam Rabino will be exhibited during the Oneg Shabbat at Temple Beth Sholom on Friday evening. Mr. Rabino recently returned from Israel, and his work will include impressions of the Jewish State. His paintings are in five museums, as well as in the Library of Congress at Washington. An exhibit of Mr. Rabino's work is also scheduled for the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Wednesday, April 7th. JWV Auxiliaries Joint Installations For the firs, Ume J !" ?ce of Jewish Warvo^ iharies in this area, a ,1^ lat.onoiallauul.areVwfc or. Sunday. Apr.l 4th a n', the Ocean Fron, AuSrtiSJ Four auxiliaries will be in 'to the Tra ditional ZZEL**" CANTOR READER EXPERT TEACHER will conduct MI-VICM for PtMch •n Synagogue or Hottl Call MlU-ivtnints GrosBbe^ Choir o] ***£>Ya* '" %  If, Mlml iMta