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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
28-
-Number 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ael Complaint Against Jordan Made At UN
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[Bloodshed
\C Appeals
Dulles on
ib Problem
YORK (JTA) Prompt
lorous action by the United
i compel compliance of the
ael armistice was urged
I the American Jewish Com-
| in a message to Secretary
(John Foster Dulles. "Such
rould prevent further blood-
bd make it possible to fash-
I enduring peace," the mes-
d.
decision to address such an
[to Secretary Dulles was tak-
i emergency meeting of the
[jeers of the American Jew-
nittce. The text of the ap-
ade public by Irving M. Eng-
sident of the organization,
kized that "mounting tension
fliddle East has now reach-
[ grave stage where guerilla
virtually exists between
fb states and Israel."
ssage pointed out that the
[Nations machinery, estab-
1 the 1949 armistice agree-
gbas proven unable "to pre-
i constant worsening of the
VtA stressed the fact that
Security Council "has re-
[been rendered impotent by
Union's deliberate use
Jwto power to block con
re action, and it warned
hnless the underlying hos-
lontinued on Pag* 12 A
Move Follows Lebanese Request
To Consider Attack on Nahalin
Shown discussing plans for the Israel Bond Organization's
Development Issue are (left to right) Henry Montor, vice presi-
dent and senior executive officer of the organization; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Chemer of Washington and Miami Beach; and
Sam Rothberg, chairman of special sales. The meeting took
place in the Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Chemer.
. UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The
Israeli delegation at the United Na-
tions placed a complaint with the
UN Security Council against Jor-
dan Tuesday. The complaint de-,
nounces Jordan violations of the'
armistice agreement and its re-
fusal to attend the IsraeJ-Jordan
conference in Jerusalem tailed by
UN Secretary General Dav'Ham-
marskjold.
to a letter to Andrei Vishinsky
of the Soviet Union, this month's
! Council chairman, Ambassador Ab-
ba Eban, Israeli representative at
the UN, listed four specific viola-
tions which he asked be discussed
under the general heading of the
item.
Jordan's violation of Article XII
of the general armistice agreement
by refusing to attend the confer-
ence convoked by the Secretary
General.
The armed attack on the bus
'""* M. ln9,l
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Soviet Veto Foments Discord;
Hits East Defense Command
JTA
WASHINGTON Soviet Diplo-
macy is applying a "let's you and
hi as fight" policy wherever it can
be injected into Arab-Israel as well
as tassel-American relations.
Andrei Vishinsky doesn't have
much trouble fomenting discord
between the Arab League and Is-
rael. All he has to do is add a few
hammers and sickles to the mon-
key wrenches already in the peace
machinery. Significant help is af-
forded him by the Arab League's
"war at any price" program and
State Department appeasement ot
even the most violent anti Israel-
ism.
The Soviet Union abstained last
November whea the United Na-
tions Security Council adopted a
Western resolution expressing
"the strongest censure" of an Is-
rael rafd on the Jordan village of
Kibya. Possibly the Russians
would again abstain if a majority
of the Security Council wanted to
condemn the more recent Israel
action at Nahalin. But when a ma-
jority of Security Council mem-
bers took Israel's side last Janu-
ary in the Jordan River hydro-1 Navy in sabotage and harrassment
OlOrtf F1f> nn rint n Al \ f. l_ : I________
electric dispute, Mr. Vishinsky us
ed his veto on behalf of the Arabs.
He did it again last week when
the majority supported Israel's
complaint against Egypt over the
Suez Canal.
The resolution vetoed by Mr.
Vishinsky called on Egypt to re-
move restrictions on passage of Is-
rael-bound ships through the Suez
cut. Russia's attitude toward Arab-
Israel difficulties may be traced
from her support of partition. Then
she wanted to get the British out
of Palestine. Her present backing
of the Arab League is aimed at
keeping out the American-sponsor-
ed Middle East Defense Command.
The Russians hope to jump on the
bandwagon of the anti-Western
neutralism of the Arabs by ex-
ploiting Arab resentment of Amer-
icas Zionism. A perfect example of
Communist disregard for the rights
of a small democracy, oppressed
economically by reactionary neigh-
bors, may be seen in Russia's ap-
proval of Egypt's anti-Israel block-
ade of the Suez Canal.
Eighty Nazi German officers are
training the Egyptian Army and
l??^onsExpected to Attend Ceremonies
]lin Groundbreaking Sunday
Mtonc event in the develop-
* til ^Pat,er Miami "
["J.2pm.. when the Jew-
Wlir,,he A*d breaks
fDouglas Gardens,150 NE
liiidVng. C "eW Ab,in Memo"
fc:s' inc,udin *-
K;* b,mc and profes-
!.*Mers, are expected to at-
"emorabfc and ^ttul
s52b "' Arvey, boyhood
hasanni e meetin- Col.
Chic" "Ced ,hat a ,ar
ki to m e,v,c leaders e
BE haTth? SPeCi""y fr
LUetnbue,he>may-Partlci.
The program will include: Wel-
come, by President Abe Kurman;
Unveiling of Pioneer Plaque, David
Phillips; Response for Pioneers.
Judge Harold B. Spaet; Women's
Auxiliary Greetings, Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman; Building Committee Re-
port. S. I. Bembaum; Dedication
Prayer. Ttahstr Irving Lehrman;
Groundbreaking Ceremony, Ablin
Family, The Jack Ablin Memorial
A Tribute, M. J. Kopelowitz; The
Residents Speak, Mrs. Anna Wash-
burne; and An Appreciation to the
Community, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer.
"For more than a year, the Home
and its parent body, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, have
jointly studied and surveyed the
needs of the Jewish aged in Dade
County for institutional care. As a
result of these joint studies, a mas-
ter architectural plan has been de-
veloped for the next 10 years," ac-
cording to Abe Kurman, president.
"The Jack Ablin Memorial, with
42 beds, is the first unit of the mas-
ter plan. The master plan has been
developed with flexibility in mind,
so that additional units may be
built as the needs become clearly
evident and finances permit. The
completed plan envisages a Home
of approximately 175 beds."
The Ablin Memorial is the first
capital expansion program of a
Federation agency in many years,
M. J. Kopelowitz, Board chairman,
explained. It reflects the astound-
ing growth of the Greater Miami
Continued on Page 3 A
techniques according to Lord Read-
ing, British Minister of State for
Foreign Affairs. Other Nazis are
in Cairo advising on economic war-
fare including blockade and boy-
cott tactics. Egypt recently took
efficient steps to tighten her Suez
Canal stranglehold on Israel-bound
shipping. At the United Nations,
Mr. Vishinsky aided his Nazi and
Egyptian comrades. He did so by
vetoing the resolution which might
have broken Egypt's grip on Israel.
Egyptian seizure of Israel car-
Continued on Page 13 A
German Court
Acquits Nazi
Ghetto Killers
DORTMOND (JTA) Twenty
members of a wartime Dortmond
police unit were acquitted this
week by a local court of charges
of murdering Jews in the Warsaw
Ghetto. The unit, "Dortmond Po-
lice Battalion 61," was assigned
to guarding the ghetto.
The court ruled that because of
their level of intelligence and edu-
cation they did not know that they
were committing crimes when they
executed Jewish hostages in the
ghetto on orders from superior of-
ficers. The 20 former officers and
non-commissioned officers were
indicted after many years of pro-
crastination. They were represent-
ed by 12 defense attorneys.
The entire German press, with
the exception of the local Dort-
mund newspapers, ignored the trial
and acquittal. The local press re-
ported that witnesses had testified
that the policemen, members of a
special guard battalion in the ghet-
to, shot Jews as a sport and tallied
the number of their kills on mess
hall doors and walls. Several of
the defendants had actually con-
fessed before the trial.
A notable feature of the trial
was the testimony of policemen
and other witnesses who had a
Continued on Page 9 A
near Scorpion Pass resulting in the
murder of eleven Israeli citizens.
Acts of hostility by Jordan regu-
lar and irregular forces against Is-
rael with special reference to the
recent armed attack in the neigh-
borhood of Kissalon.
Refusal by Jordan to carry out
her obligations under Article VIII
of the general armistice agreement
to provide access to the Jews to
Holy Places in Jordan-held terri-
tory and to Mt. Scopus.
In his letter, Mr. Eban said these
violations "were part and parcel
of a general policy of hostility to-
wards Israel which is maintained
and aggravated by a campaign cf
hate and incitement to war. These
actions and policies of the Gov-
ernment of Jordan," he continued,
"constitute a virtual repudiation of
the armistice agreement in both
letter and spirit."
The Israeli representative said
that the Jordan Government had
refused to carry out "the most fun-
damental provisions" of its agree-
ment with Israel and had declined
to review that agreement. 'That
government, therefore, bears a
heavy responsibility for a situation
fraught with grave danger to peace
and security," Mr. Eban stated.
It is not expected that Vishinsky
will call a meeting of the CounciL
before the middle of this week.
The Lebanese move was aimed at
countering any plan of the West-
ern Powers to request a general dis-
cussion of the Arab-Israel border
situation.
British delegation circles have
expressed confidence that when
the Security Council takes up the
Palestine question this week, the
debate will not be limited to a
single item but will cover the en-
tire situation. (In London, Foreign
office sources indicated that Brit-
ain was "dismayed" at the United
States' procrastination over the I'-
rael-Arab situation which had al-
lowed the Lebanese "to steal a
march" on the Western Powers by
calling for a Security Council dis-
cussion on the Nahalin incident.)
It was learned during the week-
end that while the United States
was hesitating over whether the
Western Powers should go ahead
with a request to the Security
Council for a wide debate of the
whole Arab-Israel frontier prob-
lem a move strongly opposed by
the Arabs but strongly favored by-
Israel it is now inclined to fav-
or such a step, which is advocated
by both Britain and France.
Meanwhile, Western diplomatic
circles were reported discussing a
proposal for an on-the-spot report
on the Arab-Israel frontier situa-
tion by the UN Peace Observstion
Commission, a 14-nation General
Assembly body over which the
USSR has no veto. Whether or n t
this "watchdog" unit is asked to
investigate the Israel-Arab situa-
tion or not will depend in large
measure on whether the U.S., Brit-
ain and France agree to it
Israeli sources at the UN, com-
menting on the Lebanese reque-t
for placement of the Nahalin inci-
dent on the agenda of the Security
Council, pointed out that the re-
cent sequence of violence was be-
gun by constant Jordanian mur-
ders of Israelis along the frontier,
culminating with the mass murder
of Israelis at the Scorpion Pa-<.
"It is therefore a shocking travesty
for an Arab representative to cover
Continued on Page S A


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Binder Succeeds Andron as President
Of Hebrew Academy; Eight V.P.'s Named
B. I. Binder, hotel operator and
prominent civic and religious lead-
er, was unanimously elected presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy at a
Board of Directors dinner meeting
Tuesday night in the Tides Hotel.
Also elected was a slate of 16
officers, of which eight are vice
presidents. The slate was present-
ed by Irving Firtel in the absence
of Lewis M. Escott. chairman of
the Nominations Committee.
Dr. David S. Andron. first
Academy president, who served for
six years, was named honorary
president. Kolman Luria. a veter-
an in communal and civic work,
who recently celebrated his 80th
birthday, was elected honorary vice
president. Also named as honorary
vice president was Harry Levitt, a'
founder of the Academy.
Escott. formerly a vice president,
was named chairman of the Board
of Directors.
Vice presidents are Jack Satin.
Samuel Reinhard. Samuel Kilter.
Charles H. Fruchtman. Raymond
Rubin. Morris Cohen. Irving Fir-
tel and Jacob Kaufman. Samuel |
M. Grundwerg is treasurer. Other*
are Harry Koretzky. co-treasurer:
Daniel M. Broad, financial secre-
tary: Max Silveiberg. general sec-
retary; Sol Goldman, auditor: Dr
Irwin H. Makovsky. medical ad-
\i-or.
In his acceptance remark-. Bind-
er lauded the Hebrew Academy as
"the only educational institution n-.
the area offering a ma\imur-
grated program of American He-
brew education.
"The Miami community." he
said, has carefully studied and ap
praised the Academy in th
years of its exigence and i- ready
to render its maximum support to
Gables Seder Scheduled
Coral Gables Jewish Center com-
munity Seder wilj be held on Sun-
day. April 18th. at 6:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson conducting.
Steinman Named PresMtnt
Of B'nai Frith State Council
Recognition for "outstanding
work" in B'nai B'rith circles was
accorded to I-eo Steinman. of Mi-
ami Beach, by his election last
| week to presidency of the South-
east Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
! Lodges.
The council Ls composed of six
lodges in Dade County, as well as
lodges in Hollywood and Ft. Lau-
derdale.
Steinman has served as vice pres-
ident of North Shore Lodge. Miami
Beach, and is also currently serv-
ing as state chairman of Veterans'
Activities for B'nai B'rith.
Other officers elected were Jack
Kurschbaum. Jack Falk and Gil-
bert Balkin. vice presidents; Gil-
bert Schwartz, financial secretary;
Milton Sadoff. treasurer; and
Emanuel I.ubel, recording secre-
tary.
Reduced Rates at
Vizcaya Museum
Radically reduced admission
rates are now in effect at Dade
County's Vizcaya, the former James
Deering estate, 3251 South Miami
ave.
County Commissioners have ap-
proved the new rate schedule,
which has been made possible by
the elimination of the Federal ex-
cise tax along with further reduc-
tions.
The Vizcaya Policy Committee
pointed out in connection with the
new rates that "the support of all
the Academy's Administration."
Binder aiso pledged to intensify
the expansion program recently
embarked upon by Academy offi-
cials. He termed 1954 as the "ex-
pansion year and a decisive per-
iod in the history of the Academy."
Congratulatory messages were
received from Dr Andron. now in
Not York, the Father's Club. He-
brew Academy Women, and the
Hebrew Academy Room Mothers.
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lin Memorial Features Modern Equipment
taster plan for the Jewish Home of the Aged Jack
Imorial Building, groundbreaking for which will
. on Sunday at 2 p.m., was developed by the firm
Liberg and I-oewenberg, Chicago architects, and
trach. of Miami, associate architect.
Jgjm," Korach explained here this week, "was to
the finest facilities possible for residents of the
[he complete scheme will accomodate 175 resi-
g will face NE 32nd St., between 1st and
The site, a full block in Douglas Gardens, is
Ion the other side by NE 53rd st.
lack Ablin Memorial Building will be connected
.ell ramp to the existing main dining room and
pected to Attend Groundbreaking
lin Memorial Sunday Afternoon
tcX?~,,fldinK Korach said that the floor P'an
Uon naTh0 CheVrnJ' "Which permits ,he P~Per orients-
lion of the rooms and other spaces."
coJhe fer.VuCe W'ng wU1 run t0 the west an< the living
section to the east. The entire building will be air con-
d oned and heated. Since a good portion of the Ablin
Bunding is devoted to service and public saojre large
enough to serve when the other two floors are added, it
will have 23 rooms accommodating 43 persons. Each room
has semi-private bath facilities.
According to Home officials, the first unit will contain
completely equipped physical and occupational therapy
rooms, medical center, administration offices, linen, air
linutd from Pa 1 A
Ity, especially in the age
[65 years and over. "It is
i that it has been planned
om beginning to end with
Mer Miami Jewish Federa-
jcentral planning and fund-
dy of the Jewish commu
I said.
j its present sorely inade-
fcilities, Home officials in-
here that the institution
i a leader among aged in
J in Greater Miami in giv
admission priority to th
lly ill agedthe bedridder
I chair casesthose who
ked with pain and crippled
i chronic ailments as rheu-
Irthritis
Ablin Memorial will not
Ivide for the Home with
beds for the chronically
facilities for the type of re-
ive program which has had
i results in institutions up
|Col. Jacob M. Awry re-
|The beginnings of such a
1 have already been devel-
lh the cooperation of the
ktaff of Mount Sinai Hospi-
|the social workers of the
ocial Service Bureau and
Jock Abl.n
F'r Miami Jewish Center.
Pome's leadership, although
l"f the importance of in-
th ."I!0' h',s ,he lirm con"
Flat the overwhelming ma-
1 the aged are primarily in
helpi and services which
mit inom to remain in the
[.community. David Phillips
Pnn do Hirsch Meyer said
p that the Home has there-
r' r'P'atedly upon the
yommunity -to initiate an
V noninstitutional program
lZik a P^firam needed
ill ur senior c't'zens
* *hich will benefit them
Iw7 and wil1 >e consid-
I'ess costly than institu-
la Program would encom-
I nu^'r carc' hom* medi-
|occun"S servi<*. geriatric
r housekeep.ng and home-
FeS,ex,ensivea"dvar.
\CS ;'nd cultural p^
are 1 P plans (<> initiate
l,h- ffina.n; upon ~>Pe-
hitin, M,omorial- Those
f Uln8 list of the Home and
others who qualify will be afforded
the opportunity to spend the en-
tire day at the Home, participating
in the varied program, having their
meals there, receiving medical and
nursing care when necessary and
then returning to their homes in
the community in the evening.
As part of this program, the
leaders of the Home are giving
considerable thought to an outdoor
pavilion where those in the day
care activity will be able to have
their two-hour rest period on cots
is do the residents of the Home.
Donald Owen,Ablin. son of
Mrs. Jack Ablin, will attend
the groundbreaking cert-
monies Sunday of the memo-
rial unit named in memory
of his father, the late Jack
Ablin, who passed away in
November. 1952. He will be
accompanied by his mother
and sister, Mrs. Marvin
Schero. of Coral Gables. The
20-year-old junior at Harvard
graduated from Choate
School, Connecticut, cum
laude.
conditioning and storage rooms. A small dining room
and kitchen will occupy the service wing.
For private study and reading, a separate library and
sitting room will be located opposite the entry lounge.
Each sleeping room will have an exterior door opening
into an exterior, protected terrace. There will be no steps
throughout the structure. "All elevations in walkways
will be achieved by ramps," Korach explained. Elevators
will be installed to serve the upper floors when they are
built.
Home officials said that in order to insure the maxi-
mum safety for residents, the structure wilt be of fireproof
construction and equipped with sprinkler system, auxil-
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Dr. McClamma to Serve
Second Term on Board
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McClamma will enter his second
successive term as a member of
the Florida State Board of Op-
tometry, regulating agency for the
eye care profession in the state,
when the group meets here this
week.
Dr. McClamma, who moved to
Miami in 1932, was reappointed to
the Board by Acting Gov. Charlie
Johns. He has practiced in the Lit-
tle River area for the past 10 years.
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u&lished tvry Friday elnee 1J27 by the Jewish
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Ertarad aa aacond-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post
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The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity
ard the Jewish Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Tale-
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Nisan 6. 5714
, Number 15
RABBI IRVING MILLER WAS PRINCIPAL speaker i
Eleanor Roosevelt at the opening of the CJA General L *'
back in February. I saw the Rabbi for but a few momr
course of a conversation with the former First Lad
broke to greet me. The last time I had seen him iLlSto,
before, in the month of September. i52, when he WT *
------------------------------------------------------""" j verbal duel with David Ben-Gurion half-way across the w "^T"*1
General Assembly May be UN AxewtttSSSz&rutzs&
VrCaUtrXCll /^.OOfJllJjrFXY 1JM-**J **^ ** ;and what it was that virtually silenced him dunnVhSi,
Somehow, the remarks passed rapidly between us !.
than personal. In addition, I was disinclined to press theHi *
I had previously heard that the Rabbi would soon be nadS*
the ineffectiveness of the Security Council, in- of lhe American Zionist Council and that his quietudeTih!
dicated that his government intends using the Kibya. Big Three censure of Israel and a battle of wits bet*
General Assembly to an increasing degree in Sharett and Ben-Gurion prior to the latter's retirement ro!t
the future as a means of airing the tense Arab- tributed to this, ft is difficult to say if the spiritual leader?,
Israel controversy. s,,lon '** .m6***> ,made.1hirn ore eloquent. Certainly. the
1 I scene here is not sufficiently improved to warrant his continued
On the face of it. this seems like substituting nor is the Jewish State's condition any more enviable,
a weak measure for an impossible situation. Apparently. Rabbi Miller let loose some of his fiery on.
since the General Ass3mbly may merely rec-; week, when he appeared in New York before the first nation,,
ommend by resolution; only Security Council ence of American Religious Jewry for Israel. There, he told i
legal orders. But it seems to us that an assem- (
So long as the Soviet Union remains in a
position to use its veto power, the Security
Council will do nothing in the continuing dis-
pute between Israel and the Arab League.
When Andrei Vishinsky voted "no" last week,
he moved against the New Zealand resolution
which reaffirmed a previous council order to
Egypt to stop its blockade of shipping bound
icr Israel through the Suez Canal.
The Soviet veto was recorded in the face of
eight "yes" votes cast by Security Council
members. Lebanon, the Arab League stooge
in ihis instance, sided with Russia.
alliance between the Reds and the Arab
League at this point and in remarking upon
We are forced to the tragic but realistic con-
clusion that the Security Council at the United
Nations has now lost its effectiveness as a legal
arbiter in the dispute. We are also forced to
believe that some other international instru-
ment will have to be called into play if the
tense Near East is ever to be given proper at-
tention and study.
Until just a few days ago. the picture seemed
so unhappy for us that we failed to see a ray of
hope anywhere especially now, when Vi-
shinsky is taking his turn as chairman of the
council. As usual, elocpient Mr. Eban, Israel's
Ambassador to the United States, turned up
peace or i
.alks with Israel and the failure of the major powers-em
bly resolution would be just as good, for 5e- lnited states to bring abou, a change in (hjs
curity Council orders are apparently worth-
less in the face of politically expedient Soviet. _. A,M fUT IN f^0* RABBI MILLERS remarks before 1
less in uie iui.c ui ^ .av / *~ CJA volunteers back in February- At that t me. speaking of ih
vetoes. In otfdition. the assembly has the add- of ,srae| ,n world.nation parIancei he observ(,d {, JJJ*
longer stand, hat-in-hand, an outcast among the lobbies of potql
ferences. and beg for a word in behalf of its cause. With nati
ed value of being "veto-less."
Bitterly humorous for us at this point is the
course of history traced by Russian misuse of
the "I-vote-no" power granted, alone, to the
five major world governments during the form-
ative days of the United Nations. We recall
that the United States, almost singly, insisted
upon the inclusion of this power as a check
against the Security Council's international
law-making and as a duarane of its own
r^helairmomenVtolnsim some"hope'Into an' soverei9n in,e9ri,y a< ^K"* J I
As we see it. the result has been a devastat-
ing sabotage of the one-world concept, since
cv.erwise dismal situation.
The poetic orator, in recognizing the u
r
(rouiitlbroakiiig Sundni
A milestone in the development of a major
Jewish organization will be reached here Sun-
dcy afternoon during groundbreaking cere-
monies for the Ablin Memorial Building at
Douglas Gardens.
The Jewish Home for the Aged will take an-
o:her step forward in the fulfillment of a vision.
Many communal leaders will be present to
cpplaud the Home's past accomplishment and
to aid in the realization of its future programs.
We feel that the groundbreaking is symbolic
of the Home's integrity The new addition was
urged here on the basis of need, and assistance
was mustered with emphasis on what goab
could be realized were the institution not ham-
pered by deficiencies in its current facilities.
May we. therefore, refresh our memory about
this essential fact: that the Jewish Home lor
the Aged has not exclusively restricted its ad-
missions to the ambulatory aged but has also
opened wide its doors to elderly persons who
are chronically ill. Such a policy taxes to the
utmost the Home's capabilities and proves its
willingness to serve where it can.
This sort of humility, which emphasizes the
need to further accomplishment, does credit to
the Home, as well as to its professional pro-
grams. We find our observations on these
matters doubly bolstered when we recall that
the leadership of the Jewish Home for the Aged
has been in the forefront of discussions held by
the Dade County Welfare Council, offering its
guidance and experience as methods are being
sought here to develop a non-institutional care
for the aged program.
The Home has time and again advocated
such a program on the basis that it would cut
by perhaps seventy-five percent the cost to the
general community for ministering to the need*
of the aged.
Constantly searching for means to further
its own development and to enlarge its own
facilities for Jewish institutional requirements,
the Home for the Aged has nonetheless been
unstinting in paying heed to its local responsi-
bility as a leader in the field of care for the-*
aged.
4ose who attend the ceremony on Sunday
pay their respects to an institution whose
progress is noteworthy. They will also mark
the tnemory of the late Jack Ablin, after whom
the building is named. His was a keen con*-'
munity consciousness. It seems to us fitting
that' this institution and thi3 man should be
together identified.
the Rabbi said, had come dignity and the respect due a sovereix.
It seems to me that there is much truth in these words But all
it. recent events also indicate Israel's vulnerability a condition
stems primarily from the prevalent feeling that Jewry is st
and that its national integrity is something to be taken little
humorously. For this, I lay the blame directly at the feet (
eign policy.
Indeed, Israel again stands on the outside, hat-in-tuaf
brazen and shameless State Department woos Arab favor a mot
ardly fashion. Oqr government Tears losing the friendship"!
scVen-natidt bloci.-yefmust it-watch foolishly at the United N;
an opportunistic Andrei Vishinsky allies himself with that bloc
the West. Thus, are its primary global aims frustrated in the
of a paaj|eMc fffoTt a%r*cquire comrades against Communism. Fi
the comrajfr's Insatiable demands, it loses him to the enemy.
It seefb about time that the State Department should be fi
prised of ati eilential fact that the majority of the Arab natii
carved out, as predetermined geographical expressions, by a
minded West during the moment of its ascendency and that tkt{
peoples know nothing of freedom or self-determination by
experience. It also seems about time for our leadership to
tafepl and such people are hardly reliable; least of i
upon in the current war of ideologies, when the
a mortal struggle for survival.
ERS POLITICALLY MOM THE Arab state
U.S. took into account when working out its
East policy. Arms and aid are a question of prestige and po*J|
neighbors of the Jewish republic. For that republic, it is a fun'
issue of physical existence. The attitude of our government is U
shameful and discouraging. Jordan, for example, may run a:
Israel's national integrity, and no nation will lift up a cry of
because Washington soils its hands with unspeakable Near
r"C. 1 r^ .rTc, 11951' P Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel The Presic|ent of the United States could have said somethiat
BonOs. Mr. brier accepted the post at a meet- this matter in an address to the nation on Monday evening
ing on the occasion of his 65th birthday last he chose to speak in generalities. None of Mr. Eisenhower's c
week. was a logical outgrowth of any definite premise or serial A
w~ i^. Ad !t was ,he talk t high school youth, filled with all of a yotiW
we take this opportunity of congratulating certainties. It reached for the puke of America but found 0
Mr. brier on reaching that venerable age one heartbeat of its enemy. The President cautioned (hi* nations
which numbers many years of service to the, against hysteria in Mat hysterical terms. Realistically, he
Miami community, where he has resided since \,he possibility of war; hopefully, he prayed there would be
1925. 'cause of our "retaliatory power."
v. This phrase was the bridge to Secretary of s,a,e Du
we also congratulate Mr. Sher on his new policy and proved the State Secretary's influence over Mr.
post as chairman of the local Israel Bond Or- in this regard. The total effect of the President's address **
ganization. The active purchasing of bonds in as soothing as must have been originally planned The iasMr
his honor evinced by the announcement of Mr our al"I',-v ,0 retaliate surely created more anxiety than it alt
Sher's acceptance speaks well for the future showcd ,he Communist-dominated East that we are. of course.
ardently supported by rndny ndlions, with the
U.S. among its leading4vocates. Our gov-
ernment's use of the vefc power is recorded
but a few times; the Soviet delegation has re-
sorted to its use on some sixty occasions.
Suffering most horn this twist of history have
been the small nations, whose interests were
not taken into account whtn the veto was orig-
inally debated. In this ronard, Israel has been
no exception. Mr. Ebcdjp sh^fipf emphasis
to the General AssemblJBrill BjQbss-lhat dif-
ficulty.
>lr. Slier is Chairman
of the bond drive here, as well as for th* ^nto l? ,he face of such Performance on the one hand
ft Tcrr,.i ,a,e the Communist threat her* on the other could have I
STILL STUFFEDUP
. his minn ^
ommunist threat here on the other could have little imp**]
Mr. Eisenhower has apparently launched forth in earnes.
initial phase of his "kill McCarthy" campaign, without menu
Wisconsin senator by name. Thus, he assured the nationi
Communists in the United States hardly constitute a threat
000 devoted American citizens. One could only infer them
investigations, although an often necessary legislative funcu
this moment in the main superfluous.
THE PRESIDENT AT THAT INSTANT repudiated a
of the platform on which he ran for office back in 1952 H'""3
on the basis that our government was infiltrated by tomm
that the State Department prpved a haven for them. ^
temerity to tell the American people on Monday that tne.
Communists here is miniscule. Such confusing PronoT^L
home and equally confusing predictions about c,nd,,J"* gj]
no time at all for Mr. Eisenhower to touch the vital .w
Perhaps it was far better, for what could he possibly ^ J
That we are the unfortunate heir to Trumans ere- ,J|
State of Israel and that we would be experiencing now
rent difficulty with'fW Arab League nations if the J^'*"*?
not been born? That we are in an uncomfortable M,u,"l
-peaking about our identification with democracy every* {
ing ourselves needing, to feed the hand that destroys
our shame by acting in doubly disgraceful fashion
Like his subordinate on the Mixed Armistice Co;
Navy man Elmo Hutchinson, Mr. Eisenhower abstainea. ^ ^
will be more and more abstensions of this sort in the ne
with thewesen, administration, which shouted 'T^
horea.'jprefcaliuaT a lBtle fracas of its own over in ""
outlook for the JewMI State and for Zionism, at the
guarded.


IaY, APRIL 9, 1954
ai,l Complaint Bronmht tb UX
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Lntinuad from 1 A
Jordanian guilt by asking the
Ejty Council to devote its >t-
L to one oi the isolated con
Inces of Jordanian aggression
)Ui examining this aggression
| general terms," he****"
Mously. a formal comblaml
foedwith the Security Cofln-
cil by Lebanon, acting'for Jordan,
condemning Israel for the attack
on the Jordanian village of Nahal-
in. The Lebanese letter, address-
ed to Security Council* chairman
Andrei Y. Vishinsky, asked for
"urgent consideration" of a "flag-
ftnt breach" of the Israel JoV.1an
armtetfce agreement: "'""'
.. 1 i,',: if. .1, iHh...ii ,Hl ii '-TTi*l''
Jordan had notified the United
Nations by cable of the attack on
the villae and had accused "Is-
raeli military armed forces" of re-
i sponsibility.
| In a letter this week to Security
General Dag Hammarskjold, Mr.
I Eban charged Jordan with repudi-
ating the armistice agreement by
its reftfsWtb attend the conference
1 convoked by the Secretary General.
Ambassador Abba Eban drew three
conclusions from Jordan's action:
Jordan does not respect its in-
ternational obligations and is not
prepared to honor an agreement to
which it has set its bana
Jordan does not consider itself
bound by the general armistice
agre*m?ift1s' S whole, but regards
itself as free to decide which pro-
visions of that agreement it snail
ignore. This is surely tantanfc
to a repudiation by Jordan of the
agreement.
Jordan is aware of the acute ten-
sions which have availed Orr its
border with Israel for several years
and especially in recent months, as
a result of its repeated incursions
and attacks on Israeli life
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Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa, pres- j cil. and Mrs. Alper.
ident of the Florida State Federa-1 Following the invocation by
tion of Bnai Brith Lodees. will Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of NorUl
head the delegation of Bnai Brith, Shore Jt-wi>h Center, the first bo*
representatives from commuijjtaes ne^s i^ssion of the convention u ill
throughout Florida to attend The commence at 8 p.m.. Saturday, with
18th annual convention of the Flor- greeting* being extended by Mayor
ida State Federation of Bnai Brith Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach.
Lodges and Women's Chapters and Mavor Abe Aronovitz. of Mi
which will be held from Saturday ami. Following reports on State
evening. April 10th. through lun- Bnai Brith Federation activities,
cheon on Monday. April 12th. at a special necrology sen-ice will be
the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. Miami j featured at the Saturday evening
Be-ich session under the direction of Rab-
High Bnai Brith District Grand bi Simon April president of the
Lodge officers who will attend and Greater Miami Rabbinical Aaaod-
participate in the convention will ation. and Cantor Maurice Mam
include Maurice Weinstein. f. eh*s- c, anA
Charlotte. North Carolina. Presi-1 ft 10 p.m. on Saturday, a cock-
dent of District Grand Lodge No. 5; Ja. party and reception will be
Louis Ossinsky. Sr.. Daytona Beach, held at he Biltmore Terrace Ho-
president-elect, District Grand tel for all delegates attending the
Lodge No. 5: Julius Fisher. Ro-I convention
anoke. Virginia, secretary. District j On Sunday, morning and after-
Grand Lodge No. 5: and Mrs Maur- noon boailWUll WaafoM will be held,
ice Goldberg. Washington, DC. highlighting reports and panel
president. Women's District Grand presentation* of the Anti Defama-
Lodge No. 5. I tion League of B'nai B'rith. Bnai
Pre-convention programming will Brith Youth Organization. HUM
begin at 6 p.m. on Saturday eve- K>'.ind.,U^. armed forces and^et-
ring with an Executive Committee r.m> commute,- and the State red-
dinner, at the Biltmore Terrace. ** *** education commit-
of the Florida State Federation of ,ee
Bnai BYith Lodges. Sunday evening will be high
l lighted with the annual State Fed->
Women's delegate* attending (,ra,,n banquet and dance, for'
the convention will be tendered a'whicn Mi|ton A Friedman, nation-'
complimentary buffet dinner on a] Bnaj BrlIn V(,utn cmm,ssioner.
will serte as toastmaster Featur-
ed speaker will be Maurice Wein-
stein. president, District Grand
A. Friedman, of Miami. Sening
with him are A. Budd Cutler, Leo
Steinman, E. Albert Pallot, Irving
Shatzman, George J. Talianoff,
George Kronengold, Mrs. Max Da-
vid, and Gilbert J. Balkin.
The convention will plan B'nai
Miffe* A. frMmun
side at all business sessions of the
convention of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Chapters.
Heading the Convention Ar-
rangements Committee is Milton
Saturday. 6 p.m.. at the home of
Mr- David Alper. 1715 Calais dr.
Sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of South Florida, i Lo the dinner arrangements commit-
tee includes Mrs. Ida Optner.
chairman. Miss Edith Simmons, co-
chairman. Mrs Bernard Hoffman,
president of the Women's Coun-
Monday morning session. April
12th. will include reports of the
nominating committee and election
of the new officers of the State
Federation. The convention pro-
gram will conclude with luncheon
on Monday, at which toastmaster
will be George J. Talianoff. na-
tional ADL commissioner. Newly
1 elected officers of the State Bnai
B'rith Men's Federation and Wom-
en's Chapters Federation will be
conducted by Louis Ossinsky, Sr..
and Mrs. Maurice Goldberg.
President of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapters is Mrs. Jack R. Wien. of
Miami Beach. Mra. Wien will pre- I
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to citizens of Greater
Lit this area "over the
W $750,000 quota for
l Issue. State of Israel
voiced this week by
new chairman of the
Jebrated his 65th birth-
Eiating at two functions
Dondsa luncheon of
I leaders in the Biscayne
Lei and a public meeting
nbly hall of the Miami
Ish Center.
jned that Miami's quota
one percent of the
Active for 1954: $75,000,-
, that, with your co-
fwe Will sell $1,000,000
Vnds in the Miami area
J," Sher told the lunch-
Lg which was attended
of the Board of Gov-
bmour Liebman; Mrs.
_er. who headed the
sign last year; and Joe
prted that he was call-
f set o( meetings in two
1 following the Passover
or the purpose of plan-
later Miami function to
Inew Development Issue.
katures of the new issue
|ned by Manired L. Mm-
manager of the organ-
n revealed t hat the in-
1 had been increased to
Ion 3! t percent paid for
pdence Issue.
llso revealed that with
fcue the bond holder can
) 75 percent of the face
Ihe bond from a local
kitutions which have
pnds can invest their
ponds and withdraw the
pn required on 30 days'
ne State of Israel.
I manager congratulated
nmunity for its spirit
ast three years, during
'more than $2,040,000
had been invested in the Indepen- I
dence Issue in this area.
He told the gathering how Inde-
pendence Issue Bonds can be ex-
changed into the new Development
Issue, which pays the higher inter-
est rate.
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ter of Religion and Social Welfare,
will be visiting the Miami area un-
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The Toting Cantor Itrullk Kelemer Will Conduct the Services
PASSOVER SEDER
to be conducted by
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
and
CANTOR SHERWIN LEVINE
HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th 6:30 P.M.
$9.00 ADULT ($5.00 CHILD UP TO 13)
(Includes tip. tax und wine)
Information: Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Miami Beach? Phone 86-4834
Make chock payable to "SISTERHOOD" and mail to:
Tempi* Emanu-EI, 1801 S. Androws Avo., Ft. Laudordalo, Fla.
PUBLIC INVITED
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Will BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
Rates $50 for the entire 8 days 3 Meals Daily
Including the Two Seders
Oil* HOTEL IS rVHl KNOWM FOR ITS KASHRUTH
For Reservations Call 58-2739
Ask tor Mr. or Mrs. Gewirfz
OUR KITCHEN IS UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION
OF MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ


PAQE8A____________________________________
Miss Kagan Becomes Mrs. Garber in
Starlight Roof Rites; Chooses Nylon Tulle
.Miss Barbara Lee Kagan became
the bride Sunday of Barry Leon
<>; rber in a ceremony on the Star-
light Roof of the Biscayne Terrace
HcteJ. A 50-year-old heirloom gar-
ter furnished the "something old"
i- r the former Miss Kagan.
Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual
'fer. of Temple Israel, officiated
the"lJ p.m. ceremony.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
K'ajfan. 1251 17th St.. Miami
Beach, the bride also carried an
heirloom handkerchief in her bou-
' ;-t of white orchids and lily-of-
t he-valley, which fell in a cascade
- r a white Bible.
Her gown, of nylon tulle over
layers of tulle and satin, featured
jouffant skirt with rows of in-
ted lace and a sweep train. She
\ re matching elbow-length gloves.
Her three-tiered illusion veil was
) .d by a scalloped crown of seed
pearls and iridescent sequins.
Miss Janet Lazarus was maid of
r nor. Bridesmaid was Sandra Dub-
bin. Botk were attired in strapless
M taffeta gowns with shrug bo-
tt.
Miss Carolyn Kagan. the bride's.
Bister, was junior bridesmaid injMJlzvall Oil SiltlM'tlllY
k nvlon tulle over taffeta. Her .. _, ,
Barry Morton Goldman, sod of
Mr. and* Mrs. Bernard Goldman,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Friday evening and Saturday
morning, at TeiAple Sinai. Holly
wood Jewish Center
The Bar Mitzvah will participate
in the services and deliver a mes-
sage to the congregation on both
occasions. Rabbi David Shapiro,
spiritual leader, has chosen for his
theme "Man's Noblest Virtue."
Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the
Temple Choir, under the direction
of Rev. Mordechai Haalman, will
chant the liturgy.
A reception will be held follow-
ing the Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goldman and
family, Bessemer. Ala.: Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Goldman. Levittown,
New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Goldman, of Germany.
Mrs. lorry 1. Coroor
Barry Goldmann Bar
ir length gown had a bertha col-
accented with pink and aqua
.et bows.
Mr. Garber is the son of Mr.
I i Mrs. Morris Garber. 2828 SW
7th ave.. and his father acted as
t man. Brothers Marshall and
A on Garber ushered. Also usher-
:-., were Murray Dubbin and Nor-
; n Freeman.
A reception and dinner at the
tel followed the ceremony. The
( .pie then left for a wedding trip
I Yeradero Beach. Cuba. They
v I be at home at 1800 SW 22nd
. after April 14th.
.Inks Reck Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
iles Arnold Beck, son of Mr.
Mrs Murray A. reck, 911 NW
1 "n ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah
< n Saturday morning, April 10th, at
h David Saynagogue. Rabbi Max
piro and Cantor Maurice Mam-
will officiate.
."ules is a seventh grade student
at Citrus Grove HigIT School and
attends* the Religious School at
Beth David.
A reception will be held in the
Mitzvah s honor following the
ceremony, Among guests of honor
I be his grandparents, Mr. and
Samuel Beck, 2331 SW 19th
.St.
Rhoda Halzband to
Wed Lt. Rosenberg
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Rhoda. to Lt. Myron Rosen
berg. USAF. is announced by Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Halzband. 9040
Froude ave.. Surf side.
Lt. Rosenberg is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Rosenberg. Jackson-
ville.
The bride-eleei it a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Florida and is a
member of the teaching staff of
Biscayne Elementary School. While
at the university, she was president
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Lt. Rosenberg attended high
school in Jacksonville and received
the BS degree from the University
of Florida. On campus, he was
president of Tau Epsilon Phi Fra-
ternity.
He has been on leave from Ft.
Mason, San Francisco, prior to re-
porting for overseas duty.
The couple will be married after
Lt. Rosenberg completes his tour
of duty.
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The bride, an honor' *
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friend's wedding.
A Patricia Stevens model. Miss
Kessler is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Kessler. 3841 SW 11th
st. She is a graduate of Miami Sen-
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Majorette and a member of the
Glee Club.
Her fiance, who lives at 1637 SW
Uth ter., is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Rosen. Montgomery. Ala.
He is a graduate of Hunt Military
Academy, Ala., and attended Hunt-
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and a member of the Commodores.
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iv APRIL 9, 1954
.man Court Aqulta 20 Nazis
-rkable loss of memory in the
asserting they
stand,
not remember" details
",hey had included in signed
Uents two and three years
0iy one witness, conscience-
stricken and now biin^ former
member of the-battalion, testified
as be had done previously. The
court ruled him incorrtjletant.
One of the major potty^t he
indictment wrt thtrt'thp.**) had
executed 100 male and Isriemale
------------------- u-----------
Jews as hostages for the "murder"
of one Nazi, a "murder" which it
wa proved never occurred. It was
also noted that the commander of
the unit had instructed the men
always to shoot to Kill when firing
at Jews, else it "did not pay to use
gasoline" as they rode through the
ghetto.
The court, in acquitting the de-
fendants, said that in view of their
educational level they were not
conscious of the illegality of their
acts, nor could the prosecution re-
fute their assertions that it was
"customary" to shoot nostages, and
that they were under compulsion
to participate in such shootings
and execution*.,
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PAGE9A
Harris is Chairman
Model Seder will be given for
children of the Religious School*
in the new educaticr.al building of
the West Miami Jewish Center on
Sunday morning, April 11th, at
10:30 a.m. The service will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Morris Harris, chairman of the Re-
ligious Committee.
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PAGE 10 A
l~*1*tirk*Jdtor
JESMMLl
Report Shows Need of
Added Recreational Facilities
Dade County's need for vastly in-
creased recreation facilities and
program, both public and private,
Mas revealed here in an 80-page
printed report released by the
Citizens Study Committee on
Group Work and Recreation.
John E. Shuey, chairman of the
group's Steering Committee, told
the press at a meeting in the Co-
ibu/ Hotel that the report was
the result of more than a year's
study by the 63-member Dade
County Committee. The group was
organized by the Welfare Planning
Council and the Community Chest
to study how governmental and vol-
untary agencies could work more
< cly together to keep up with
the rapidly increasing population
v hich experts expect to hit the one
million mark by 1960.
A major recommendation was in
the Liberty City area, where the
Jerald Martin Hart, son oi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hart,
E'J20 North Bay rd., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, April 10th, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Jerald,
o student at Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School, is in the sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Junior
High School.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CO'JNTV. IN CHANCERY. No 167926
i ZABETH i.VuNs, Plaintiff
ALAN LYoJJH, Dafeadnnt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl AI.AN I.Y'iN.-
:;imi Baal 7th Htraet
.Ww York, x v
^ii art hereby nottflad that a Bill
0 'omplAlni for Divoroa has bean
t aKuinsi v>i. incl >,u are re-
quired to serve < ><>\>\ ol iew Ankwri
01 I'IkiiIImk i>> th- Mill oi Complaint
he plaintiff'* Attoiaey, BSYMOl'H
I.IKBMA.X, R0.-i l.iniuHj Ron (I. Mi-
Beach, Florida, and ft?.- the aril
in 1 Answer or I'l.-adlna in ihe iifttce
Ol :h.- Clerk c.r the Ciicult C"ourl ..n
afore th* mth dav of May. i:.i
II "U fall 10 do -.,. jIlilKliirnl l>\ 'If-
f*ull "ill I., taken analnvi you fur
the relief demanded in the HIU ..f
i plajnl
DONE AN'M ORDKItKD at Miami.
1 Ida, tins 6th day of April, A.D.
i: B I.KAT1IKKMAN.
"lei k, Chvull CouM,
I'mlr County, Florida
B> \\ \l W. STiii'KIMi
ill Court Heal) Deputy Clerk
4 U-zJ-Ju
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 167*23
MAKY JANE NORTON, Plaintiff.
Y.H.
WlI.Ti'X It NORTON. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'1 MILTON i: NORTON
6Mh A.P I SHAPE
API) 53, c o I'M
New Vork, x.Y.
You are hereb] notified that ;i Bill
pi I 'oiii(il.nnt fur Divorce has been
1 lad asalnal yon, ami you are re-
i; red to nerve a copy .: i'leailinit to the Mill of Complain!
on the plaintiff ttlorney, HKNRV
M. caix. 8618 Weal Plairler Street,
ml, I la an I file the oriainul Ana-
i Pleadlna In 'lie office of the
of the Circuit .Court on or be-
i the l tii da> of May, KM. If you
do -o jnoffmanl by default v^ ill
be taken aaalnHt >ou for the relief
demamleil fn ihe BUI of Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED at M
... this Uth day of April. AH
1S..-.4.
E. n I.KATIII'M'MAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dadi County. Florida
B) H')l W. BTOCKINO,
irt Seal) Deputy Clark
4, I-U-29J
Community Chest's James E. Scott
Community Association, offering a
group work program to Nejjrocs
of all ages, is in need of modest
facilities to carry on jLs program.
JESCA's headquarters are now
housed in a wooden building. The
organization utilizes facilities in
the Liberty City Housing Project.
For two camp projects, requir-
ing capital funds for the Boy Scouts
and Girl Scouts, the Committee rec-
ommended these projects be sched
uled to tie in with the other prior-
ity needs of voluntary agencies in
Dade County.
All of the voluntary group work
agencies recommended for expan-
sion of facilities receive their op-
erating funds through the annual
Community Chest campaign.
Shuey pointed out the huge fi-
nancial requirements for develop-
ing the needed new facilities lor
the voluntary agencies led the
Committee to suggest a plan be
worked out to reach a realistic
program for all of Dade County by
1963. Another committee of the
citizens group will begin immedi-
ately to develop plans for the use
of existing public facilities by the
private agencies in cooperation
with the governmental groups.
The Committee made four major
recommendations for the public
Double Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memories of the late Isaac
and Sara Lasky. formerly of 1600
SW 19th ter., will take place Sun-
day, April 11th, 2 p.m., at Mount
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Simon April officiating.
Mr. and Mrs Lasky are survived by
a son Mortimer: and two daughters,
Mrs. Betty Eidson of Corpus Chris-
li and Mrs Pauline Querido of Mi-
ami. Mr. Lasky is also survived by
four brothers: Albert. Louis. David
and Frank; a sister. Mrs. Lily Pa-
leski of Savannah. C.a.; and four
grandchildren. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
agencies, operated with county,
state and local tax funds.
They urged local governments
to secure additional acreage for
the number of district municipal
park and recreation purposes, and
called on authorities to increase
swimming pools throughout the
county.
County officials were asked by
the group to give particular atten-
tion to securing neighborhood rec-
reation facilities in the urbanized,
unincorporated parts of Dade
County.
Academy Ball Team Downs Center Group
The Hebrew Academy Baseball Melvin Ciment catcher
Team seora ar victory over the Academy. 'm
Greater Miami Community Center Mal Furman
t the Academy Z**
Ephraim Eisenberg, Wn,0 "
In ACademy' WaS "fcJS
both teams to umpire.
Team by a score.of 12-3, last week
on the Community Center's base-
ball diamond.
James Dublin was pitcher and
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>ii*hlUrkltati
JWV Auxiliary
Installs Officers
Officers of the newly formed
Jewish War Veterans Ladies' Aux-
iliary' No. 682 were installed Sun-
day evening at the Servicemen's
Center.
Named president was Bea Leff.
Also assuming offices were the
Mesdames Nettie Horowitz, sen-
ior vice president; Shirlee Kay,
junior vice president; Shirley Ber-
man, recording secretary; Harriet
Eagle, corresponding secretary; Ce-
celia Steinberg, treasurer; Ethel
Pincus. chaplain; Ann Biller, con-
ductress.
The Mesdames Ruth Davidson.
Gertrude Samuels and Edith
Wacks, trustees; Rose Diamond,
guard: Ruth Albert, patriotic in-
structor; and Frances Yuni, his-
torian.
Biscayne Oval to
Raise Curtain on
Last Half Saturday
Biscayne Kennel Club will raise
the curtain on the last half of its
1953-1954 Season Saturday night.
April 10th.
Biscayne traditionally opens and
closes the dog racing season in
South Florida, and the final 46
nights of its split meeting will wind
up the sport in this area until
next fall.
The nation's top greyhounds are
fit and ready to return to the
northside oval, having campaigned
successfully at other Greater Mi-
ami tracks during the past couple
of months.
Such brilliant top-flighters as
Charlie Lovely's American Derby
Champion, however. Randle Broth-
ers' Lady Huntress, M. R. (Kt fund's
Ample Time, Cen-Tex Kennels'
Texas Switch and many other Bis-
cayne favorites will return to thrill
the followers of the fastest grow-
ing sport in the country today.
The Biscayne Spring Inaugural
will headline the opening night's
program, and track officials pre-
dict the field will be one of the
classiest to go postward in recent
years.
Many outstanding events have
been scheduled for the spring
meeting, with the $10,000 All-Flor-
ida Championship Race topping the
attractions. This contest is an open
affair and annually draws the top
dogs of the nation to the Miami
Shores oval.
Flavor-Seal Wrap
Insures Freshness
Shopping for Passover is gen-
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holiday; keeping the traditional
Passover matzos at peak freshness
after they are baked and through
the seven days of the holiday is
therefore of paramount impor-
tance.
This year, Manischewitz Pass-
over Matzos, long preferred by
most families for their light, flaky
crispness. will reach the holiday
table fresher and crisper than ever,
with all their delightful oven-fresh
quality sealed in by the exclusive
new Manischewitz "Flavor-Seal" in-
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This new feature, found only in
Manischewitz Matzos, is an extra
inner protective wrap that divides
the Manischewitz 5-lb. package in-
to individually sealed sections.
Each "Flavor-Seal" section is
opened separately, as needed; the
balance of the matzos stay crack-
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are served.
An important and unique ad-
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wrap, since Manischewitz ships
matzos to all parts of the country,
is that both the family which lives
virtually next door to the Mani-
schewitz bakery and the family
thousands of miles away now have
this added assurance of the same
high degree of oven-freshness in
Jheir favorite Passover matzos.
S.T.
Model Seder Slated
Beth El Congregation will hold
a model Seder for children of the
Hebrew Academy and Religious
Schools on Sunday morning at 10
a.m., according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
sky, spiritual leader.
AJe Appeals To Foster thilles
Continued from P,g* 1 A the U.S. Government embark upon
tility responsible for these armed
clashes is checked, the situation
in the Middle East is likely to get
out of control."' It then urgea that:
the following course:
Continue economic aid to all na-
tions of the Middle East so that the
standard of living of Arabs and
Israelis alike will be raised. Eco-
nomic improvement will create
condition's conducive to the devel-
opment of stable governments and
democratic institutions.
Recognize that no military aid
should now be given to any nation
in this troubled
ments can only,,
ent instability
Seek ,0 strength,,
Nations truce machia
make it ariequte t0
ther border clashes.
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u Xeto Foment* Discord
Lrtd ^om P.* 1 A
L violation of the Suez
'vent.onoflB88.theEgyp-
; tmistice. the Charter
Flatted Nations, and deci-
rlr ns of the United Na-
L Sember 1. 1951, the
Council adopted withou
on the passage of international
commercial shipping wherever
bound ..."
Despite this clear injunction of
the Security Council, Egypt has not
only intensified its blockade but
has extended it to ships passing
to and from the Israel port of Elath
and East Africa.
A recent cargo confiscated un-
der the extended blockade was a
consignment of kosher meat car-
ried by an Italian ship from Eri-
trea to Haifa. The meat was pre-
sumably converted to Shishkebab
in Cairo while Israelis went meat-
less.
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the "Albion" was bound for the
Israel port of Elath, a few miles
distant. Under international law,
an American ship or one of any
The State Department registered
a mild "protest" in Cairo hff |o-
officially rationalized Egypt's con-
duct. After all, it was "only na-
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on what they considered a "Jewish
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nUDAY
APRJU,.]
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet and Mrs. Benjamin
Appel, leaders of the committee to honor the pioneers of the
Jewish Home for the Aged on April 11th. Not shown is co-
chairman Daniel M. Broad. Spaet is honorary president of the
Home, and Mrs. Appel honorary president of its Women's
Auxiliary.
Pioneer Leaders of Home to be Honored
At Ceremonies in Douglas Gardens
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Harold
B. Spaet announced this week that
one of the highlights of ground
breaking for the new Ablin Memo-
rial Building at the Jewish Home
for the Aged on Sunday. April 11th.
2 p.m.. in Douglas Gardens, will be
a ceremony honoring pioneer lead-
er.- of the Home.
Spaet is chairman of the commit
tee and honorary president of the
Home. His co-chairmen are Mrs
Benjamin Appel and Daniel M
Eroad. Other members of the com-
mittee are Sam Aronstein. Jacob
C haves, Mrs. lsidor Cohen. Harry.
Danziger, Mrs. Max Greenberg,
Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs l.ena Ma-
son, Sam Reinhard, Mrs. Samuel
Ritter, Dr. Celia Wohl Shultz and
Gus Trau.
A bronze plaque.dedicated to the
pioneers will be unveiled on April
11th and individual scrolls pre-
sented. The inscription on the
plaque reads: "Dedicated to the
Foresight and Perseverance of
Those Who by Their Sincere De-
votion and Efforts Pioneered in
Founding the Home."
In addition to Mrs. lsidor Cohen,
founder, original charter members
were D. J. Apte. lsidor Cohen,
Arthur S. Lavine. Joseph M. Lip-
ton. Mitchell Wolfson and Albin
Czech. In addition to charter mem-
bers and members of the pioneer
committee, the others inscribed on
the plaque are Benjamin Appel.
Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham M. Bear. Miss Doro-
thy Borenstein. Mrs. Daniel M.
Broad. Mrs. Jacob Chaves. Mrs.
Harry Danziger. Mr and Mrs. N. H.
Darsky. Mr. and Mrs. lsidor Dinst-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feiner.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Fields. Mr.
and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel. Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack C. Gould, Max Greenberg, Mr.
and Mrs Harry Horowitz, Moses
Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. Max Land.
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Lieberman.
Dr. and- Mrs. Charles Lippow, Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Lobel. Mr. and
Mr- Max London. Samuel Mason.
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Meyers,
Mrs. Bessie Nelson. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pt-rlstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Plotkin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Raff, Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. Adam
Rein. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Richter,
Samuel Ritter. Mr and Mrs. Leo
Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B
BoMUtein, Mr. and Mrs. Morris E.
Rubin. Mr. and V.rsr Philip Salmon,
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Sherry. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Socolof, Mrs. Har-
old B. Spaet and Mrs. Gus Trau.
Courtesy Committee
Meets to Reorganise
Reorganizational meeting of the
Courtesy Committee of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce was
held Friday in the offices of Leo
KiMii-t.iii. 235 Lincoln rd.
Members attending were Eisen-
stein, chairman: Freeland B. Cre-
sap. Chamber president; Henry
Cove. Chamber governor; -Richard
L. Smith. Western Union; S. V.
Galfi. Mario's Beauty Salons; John
G. Proctor, general manager and
Leonard A. Baker, of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Plans were made to reinstate the
"Courtesy Pays Dividends" pro-
gram whereby $25 US Savings
Bonds are to be awarded each
month for the outstanding acts of
courtesy or for continuous cort-
eous treatment of people in daily
business contact. The program is
designed as a two-fold measure, to
build good will and sales volume at
the same time in the Miami Beach
area.
Joint Commission Revealed
NEW YORKCreation of a Com-
mission on Jewish Community Cen-
ter-Jewish Federation Relation-
ships under the joint sponsorship
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board and the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
was announced here this week by
Irving Edison. JWB president.
'?.
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i
Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aged discusiinq nkoMk j
the groundbreaking ceremonies of the new Ablin Mm I
Building, which will be held on Sunday, April 11th 2
Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd St., Miami. From left Si
are David Phillips, vice president; Abe Kurman, preJ5J
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president; M. J. Kopelowitz It
chairman; and S. I. Bernbaum, vice president.
Mrs. Wamner Seeks LantaH's Seat
Mrs. Frances 0. Warriner, a Red-
land resident and real estate brok-
er, was for many years a resident
of Miami Beach and maintained a
real estate office at 805 Lincoln rd.
In making her bid for the Con-
grssional seat to'foe vacated by
William Lantaff, the candidate said
this week that she is interested in
the development of the Internation-
al Cultural and Trade Center here.
wants to see the University L
ami Medical School a succe3
favors an Air Force acade^
the area.
As a Florida resident fortfeJ
2fTyears with a long career ai
county and government
Mrs. Warriner also wants to i
sent her district as a business!
an "who understands the i
of my community."
Leon B. Jacobs and Barney B. Lee, co-chairmen of the Build-
ing Committee for the Jewish Home of the AjediA* i*


)AY APIUL^1954_
-Jewish fhriAmn
PAGE J5A
fception to Honor
Kert Collins
Lr\ Allen Collins, son of Mr.
5 David Collins. 712 NE
J will become Bar Mitzvah
grday. April 10th. at TO
Israel Northside Center.
kntert attends Edison Junior
School, where he is in .the
nth grade and a member of
Band Ho is also a student
rifereth Israel Religious School.
Louis A. Cassel will offici-
i will lead in parts of the
vice on Saturday morning and
j read Maftir from the Scroll.
[well as the Haftorah.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on
iday night and will serve a Kid-
gh on Saturday morning follow-
, the services.
3ut-of-town guests will include
and Mrs. Jack Zlatkin, grand-
rents, from Canton. Ohio; Mr.
uis Zlatkin and Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen, also from Canton.
reception for relatives and
ends will be held on Sunday,
Dm 7 to 11 p.m. at the Center.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Lt. Robert M. Epstein has left
for the west coast and assignment
overseas following a three-week
leave here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan B. Epstein, of
1340 Michigan ave. Lt. Epstein,
who is a physician in the Medical
Corps, was accompanied by his
wife, Lillian, and daughter, Judith
They will remain in Miami Beach
while Lt. Epstein is overseas.
k -Ci -ir
Mrs. Charles Spingarn will leave
for Israel on April 10th via BOAC
for a two-month stay with her par-
ents and brothers. It has been 27
years since she last saw her two
brothers.
-to -to ft
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff
have returned from a weekend
trip to Havana, Cuba, where Mrs.
Talianoff met her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Einiger. The Einigers flew South
from New York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thr mi(lfrsiKn<- IhixIid-sii under the fictitious name of
TIU-I, IIKA1.TY. at 990 B W. l-l
Hired, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Klorlda.
JOHN E. 1-AKE
l.i HIS .1. L.1PTON
JACgt'EH K. IjENKON
< iwnevs
KKSTI.INC. Zl/CKEKMAN
ft KHKICH
Attorneys for Applicants
y.m B.W. III Street
t/S-H-IS-SO
teinberg, Podnos Betrothal Revealed
|Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steinberg, of
93 SW 12th ave., announce
engagement of their daughter,
key, to Mr. Burton Podnos, son of
t. and Mrs. Morris B. Podnos, 150
49th ave.
|The couple set their wedding for
ne 13th at the Beth David Syna-
gogue with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating.
The bride-elect is a registered
medical technician at the Mount
Sinai Hospital, and Mr. Podnos re-
ceived his Bachelor's degree at the
University of Florida College of
Pharmacy. He is co-manager at
Walgreen's.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 167925
I KKKNARD RL'liKNSTKIN. I'lalntlff,
vs.
BELLE rU'BENHTEIN, Ocfendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BELLE RUBEN8TEIN
1016 Grand Concourse
Broox, New Yolk
You. BELLE Rl'HENHTEIN. are
li.-nliy notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has heen filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. CHAK1.KS J.
BOIiNKR, 172 N.W. 36th Street. Ill-
ami, Florida, and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he-
fore the 8th day of May. 1954. if you
fall to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of April. A.D.
an,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
Bv VVM. W. STOCKING,
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31MB-B
in Re: ESTATE OF
ARTHI'lt HIRSCHMAN, Deceas
To All Creditors anil All Persons I
iiiK claims or Demands Against
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present .< y
claims ami demands which you. or
either of vou, may hnvc against the-
estate of ARTHl'R HIRSCHMAN, ri
ceased late of Wayne County, Mlcni-
gan. to the Honorable County Judee.i
of Dade County, and file the mcne
in their offices In the County Coift-
house In Dade County. Florida, wit i
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the le*..l
address of the claimant and to he
sworn to and presented as aforesAi'l,
or mimic will he bailed.
Date April 6th. A.D. I'.'.'M.
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As Ancillary Ailministiat r
Cum Testamento Annexo of
the East Will and
Testament of
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1954
SEC. B
[aurice Firth-Zionist Leador
And Student of Social Science
By M. Z. FRANK
ben David Ben-Gurion was a
er in the British forces, an
er in his regiment was a Lon-
om Zionist by the name of
rice Firth. That was daring
"first World War, when a Jew-
funit marched under General
pby against the Turkish forces
kiestine.
fer ten thousand Jewish young
from Palestine, England, the
States and Canada, then
fcd the specially created Jewish
on to fight for the liberation
Palestine. In New York, wher*
IZvi and Ben-Gurion found
Wives after being deported by
(Turks, the future Prime Min-
rand the future President help-
recruit Jewish volunteers to
for Palestine.
Canada, Montreal-bern Ber-
Joseph (Dov Joseph) was
ng those who joined. In Eng-
I, Ben-Gurion and Joseph, now
pster of Development in the Is-
government, were soldiers in
same regiment as Maurice
i who had transferred from the
Welsh Fusiliers to the 40th
1 Fusiliers. The latter was the
cul name of the Jewish Leg-
Firtb, a Zionist, wanted to
te with a Zionist force.
day. David Ben-Gurion, "re-
ped" in Sdeh Boker, divides his
between doing his chores on
farm, writing numerous ar-
and maintaining a volumi-
r correspondence and studying
philosophy and sociology;
y, a library of some 1,200 vol-
tMl by MauricMfi|j^L. who
I in'New York in N^Mber,
I is on its way to Haifa to be
by the inhabitants of that
which i> Ben-Gurion's favor-
I to study history and sociology.
laurice Firth, a graduate of
pbridge University, was a noted
on economic and political
When Lloyd George first
duced the National Insurance
which was the forerunner of
nklin Roosevelt's New Deal So-
Security by more than a gen-
f:on, young Kirth took to the
ngs to win the British elector-
Jo the then radical idea. He
W an important part in the
^Paign and contributed to its
ess.
1924, soon after his return
i the military campaign in Pal-
e, Firth came to^lve in the
*d States, In 1928*j.he married
ence Scjiulkind. Both man and
devoted their lives to the
'f the upbuilding of the Jew-
National Homeland and later
State of Israel.
enly interested in history, so-
ogy and literature, Maurice
[" built up a private library
ajfeM
consisting of selected books deal-
ing with these subjects.
It was fitting that the legacy of
Maurice Firth should be books and
that these books would be donated
for public use in Israel. You might
say that Maurice Firth was "book-
ish," but he did not have that kind
of withdrawn quality that is usual-
ly associated with "bookish" peo-
ple. He was a scholar and a stu-
dent in many fields, but he never
let settle on himself the dust of
libraries; for he was also very ac
tive. very agile and a man who
loved people.
Maurice Firth was an inveterate
pipe smoker but, again, the popu-1
lar association with pipe smokers,
of the slow-spoken, deliberate medi-1
tatar, did not hold true for him.
He had a fine, quick, gentle humor
and a warm outgoing personality!
which made close friends with
many people in many fields.
For many years, Firth worked as
a field representative of the United
Jewish Appeal, especially as liaison
with the entertainment industry.
His experience as a political ora-
tor in England served him well,
for he became a widely known
speaker in the New York area for
the UJA. Here, his quick mind,
his broad field of knowledge, par-
ticularly of the Jewish homeland,
and his ready wit, was of great
importance in his work.
When Firth died in 1952, his
widow decided to offer the library
to a public institution in the land
for which she and Maurice had
worked. Accordingly, the city of
Haifa was chosen. Mayor Abba
Hushi responded ptftnTpfly", accept-
ing the offer and assuring the best
possible use of the books.
Unlike Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,
Haifa has been neglected by the
Jewish world as a cultural cen-
ter. But its dynamic mayor is anxi-
ous to build up in his city one
of the most beautiful cities in the
world cultural, litacary and ar-
tistic institutions. In 1950, upon
assuming office, he convinced the
Eban Asks Dulles to Open
United Nations Hearing
Maurice Firth in uniform as a
member of the 40th Royal
Fusiliers.
Municipal Council to take over a
privately endowed library called
Pevsner House, situated on 54 Pevs-
ner Street, on Hadar Hacarmel. He
has also induced the Chamber The-
ater of Tel Aviv to move its head-
quarters to Haifa and undertook
to provide it with a building. A
Haifa Conservatory and a Haifa
School of Law and Economics have
been founded.
The Pevsner House, originally
only a library, has become the cen-
ter of an extensive and ever-grow-
ing cultural department, with Dr.
Samuel Rozenhek in charge. The
department runs the Pevsner
House courses for immigrants in
Hebrew, courses for adults in
many subjects, the newly formed
School of Law and Economics, a
Museum of Antiquities, a Museum
Continued on P9* 6B
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Is-
rael Government formally request-
ed the United Nations this week to
join with Britain and France to
secure immediate consideration by
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil of the present crisis in Israel-
Jordan relations.
The request was delivered to Sec-
retary of State Dulles by Ambassa-
dor Eban at a meeting at the State
Department which Mr. Eban had re-
quested as a matter of urgency.
The Israeli diplomat informed the
American officials that intensified
Arab hostility towards Israel had
reached the point where it is "im-
possible to interpret current Arab
policy except as a preparation for
new assaults upon Israel's inde-
pendence."
In asking for urgent considera-
. tion by the Security Council, Mr.
Eban stressed not only the Arab
attack on an Israel bus in the Scor-
pion Pass last week, which cost 11
lives, but also Jordan's flat refusal
to comply with a United Nations
bid to a meeting with Israel at
Jerusalem under invocation of Ar-
ticle XII of the armistice.
Mr. Eban also presented to Mr.
Dulles a note protesting against
supply of American arms to Iraq
or other Arab States.
(At the United Nations later Mr.
Eban in a statement, declared that
Jordan's rejection of the meeting
bid was "a clear and flagrant viola-
tion of the Israel-Jordan armistice
agreement of an exceptionally
grave nature." He added that the
Israel Government "will determine
its future course of action in the
light of this development.")
Promises Consultation
After the Dulles-Eban meeting,
the State Department announced
that the Secretary of State had in-
formed the Israel envoy that the
United States would exchange
views wRh the British and French
Governments.
The Secretary of State called on
both Israel and Jordan to adhere
faithfully to their obligations un-
der the armistiee agreement. He
urged Israel to cooperate with the
Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice
Commission, expressed the hope
that both Israel and Jordan would
cooperate with the commission in
investigating all the facts in con-
nection with the Scorpion Pass
massacre and expressed the hope
also that Jordan would live up to
its obligations under Article XII
of the armistice agreement.
Mr. Dulles, the State Department
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gret at the loss of life in the at-
tack on the bus but pointed out
that the Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion had not been able to identify
the criminals involved. The Secre-
tary emphasized the necessity for
forbearance on the part of all par-
ties invplved and the avoidance of
any statements or acts which might
further disturb the general situa-
tion.
Mr. Dulles said the United States
fully supported the UN truce su-
pervision organization and believed
both parties should cooperate with
the Mixed Armistice Commission.
In particular, the announcement
said, Mr. Dulles expressed the
hope that Israel would cooperate
with the commission in further ef-
forts to identify and bring to jus-
tice the perpetrators of the am-
bush.
Mr. Eban revealed later that
while he could not quote Mr. Dulles
directly, he had found the Secre-
tary of State "deeply disturbed by
the situation in the area." He said
Mr. Dulles had expressed grief and
shock over the Scorpion Pass mas-
sacre and had promised to give
"careful consideration to specific
proposals."
Proposes Proffram
The Israeli diplomat also disclos-
ed that he had suggested to Mr.
Dulles a "minimal program" for
resorting a "semblance of partial
stability in the Middle Easf'Toints
in this program include:
Avoid supply of arms to Arab
States in their present "mood of
frenzied hostility" to their neigh-
bor.
Strong condemnation of the Scor-
pion Pass massacre, particularly
since the Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion, "taking refuge in technical-
ities, has proved ineffective by
passing over this outrage in silence
and indecision."
Review by the Security Council
of the Israel-Jordan armistice in
the light of the recent outrage and
Jordan's flat refusal to honor its
obligations under Article XII.
Reaffirmation of international
policy on free navigation through
the Suez Canal coupled with sus-
tained action by the power to end
Egypt's blockade policy at the UN
Charter in the Gulf of Akaba.
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Mrs. Rubinowitz Named Academy
Women President for Third Term Here
Hebrew Academy Women held
their annual meeting last week at
the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. Sidney
Rubinowitz was unanimously
elected to serve as president for a
' third consecutive term.
Tribute was paid to Mrs. David
S. Andron, when she was elected
honorary life vice president.
Name vice presidents were the
Mesdames Irving Firtel, Jerry
Sussman. Samuel Reinhard, Isidore
Spolter, Harry Genet, Samuel Rit-
Mount Sinai Sets
Mvilual Seminar
Dr. Jandon Schwarz, chairman of
Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth an-
anual Post Graduate Seminar, an-
nounced this week that nine medi-
cal scientists of national and inter-
national prominence have been ob-
tained for a three day study of 'the
recent advances in diagnosis and
therapy'' to be held at the Delano
Hotel May 21st through 23rd.
Medical men from all parts of
the country and from the neighbor
ing Caribbean and South American
countries have made reservations
to listen and participate in this
skninar.
Among the lecturers scheduled
to appear is Dr. Homer W. Smith,
world renowned kidney phystoiog
,-t. Dr. Smith will conduct a panel
on acute kidney failure and will
have as his participants in this
panel Dr. Paul Klemperer, Colum-
biay University and the Mount
Sinai Hospital of New York: Dr.1
Lee W. Farr. director of Brookhuv
en National Institute. Long Island,^
New York: and Dr. Charles K
Freidberg, Columbia University
and the Mount Sinai Hospital of
New York.
ter, Alexander Kogan and Louis
Sussman.
Others elected were the Mes-
dames Joseph Rackovsky, treas
urer; Benjamin Kornreich, record
ing secretary; David Si*-^re-
sponding secretary; Joseph Sha-
piro, social secretary; Samuel M.
Grundwerg, general secretary;
Alexander S. Gross, chaplain.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors were the Mesdames B. I. Bin-
der, Sylvia Brown, Louis Ciment.
Morris S. Dubler. Jack Fenster-
heim. Pauline Chill, Charles
Kruehtman, Sara Garfinkle. Lena
Gutstein, Irving Genet, Martin Gen-
et, Jacob Katz. George Kimmel.
Aaron S. Lauer. Henry Liebman,
Irwin H. Makovsky
The Mesdames Alex Miller, Abra-
ham Margel. Elias Rosch, Fannie
Rubin, Rachel Sakowitz. Maurice
Mamches, Ida Wessel, Daniel Yed-
lin, Joseph Zemel, Benjamin Korn-
reich, William Farr. Murray Deb-
linger. Arthur Bergman, Morris Co-
hen, Abraham Steinberg, Benjamin
Appel. Herman L'isenberg Rose Lo-
bel. Harold Kaufman. Abraham Ma-
son. Ted Selevin and Frank Brick-
man.
Trustees are the Mesdames Sam-
uel Cohen. Irving Lehrman. Louis
Makovsky. Al Osheroff. Irving Ru-
binstein and Alfred Stone.
Mrs. SUmty KukinowitJ
Miami Convalescent Home
Specializing in Care to the Elderly ana
Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Serv.
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Private and Semi.Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN. Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones 3-S437 and 9-0278
Barbara Seitlin Named
Phi Sigma lav President
Barbara Seitlin was named presi
dent of Phi Sigma Tau Council at a
recent meeting held in the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Other oiucers include Marilyn
F.dolsteio. 1st vice president: Made-
lyn Berg. 2nd vice president: Jan-
ice Katz. recording secretary; Mary
Segal, corpesonding secretary: Lin-
da Miller, treasurer; Judy Sterling,
chaplain.
Barbara Safer, historian-parlia-
mentarian; Joan Edelstein, ser-
peant-at arms: and Marcie Fein-
gold, pledge mistress.
A luncheon installation was held
last week at the home of Natalie
Lung. Yevette Fogel is advisor.
Welfare Board Lists
Assistance Benefits
Harry' Zukernick, chairman of the
District No. 9 Welfare Board of the
State Department of Public Wel-
fare, reported this week that in
Dade County a total of 7.117 per-
sons were aided in the three cate-
gories of Public Assistance during
March. 1954. with a total expendi-
ture of $339,151.50.
A total of 5.507 persons received
old age assistance to the amount of
$257,370.50. and 177 persons re-
ceived aid to the blind totaling $8,-
724.50.
Some 1.433 families representing
3961 children received $78,056.50
for aid to dependent children.
Mayor Shapiro to
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, will be guest speaker Satur-
day 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. He
will speak on "Great Names in
Jewish History."
Mayor Shapiro came to Miami
Beach from Key West, where he
served in the Navy about nine years
ago. He became active in the life
of the community, serving as com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans and president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District.
He was toastmaster of the Zion-
ist Luncheon Club and conducted
a weekly radio program here.
Mayor Shapiro is married to the
former Sylvan Chinio, an Israeli
sabra.
Charles H. Lee will preside over
a question and answer period fol-
lowing the Mayor's talk.
Speak at p.
The Spinoa Fnn. _""
day evenings and11T,
Dr- Wolfsonin,^1
$13,812,980 53
812.980 during 1953 w 1
increase of tt.WgJ
it was reported here ?
E F. White, manage,,,,
den's Dairy, noteSfcZl
ure represented tb Z3
farmers for milk and7
plies, to employe*, k.
checks and to state atf M
governments for taxes J!
ments. '
In addition, White
were 978 Borden state
the state of Florida 3
its 1953 dividends of |
average Borden stockla,
55 shares, White statei

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Flying Fingers to Appear
Regular monthly meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will
be held Wednesday evening, April
14th, 8:15 p.m.. at the Hibiscus
Auditorium. This will be the first
meeting at which newly elected
president Gershon S. Miller will
preside. Program will include
piano and singing concert star Fly-
ing Fingers, of Radio Lee Hauser.
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m Business, Professional Division
Junteers Slate Party at West view
lunteers in the Combined Jew- <
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inpe.il Business and Porfet
I Division will be honored at a
ail party and dinner dance in
festview Country Club on
gdav evening, April 15th, 7
[according to division chair-
Sam J. Heiman.
ne 400 trades workers are ex-
U to attend the affair. A pro-
j of music and entertainment
knned.
he devoted wives of our CJA
Steers deserve special com-
mon for their infinite pa-
and understanding during
ving days of the campaign,"
lao stated. "For many weeks
have adjusted their home life
[social schedules to permit
num time for campaigning in
[ of the Combined Jewish Ap-
many cases, they proved of
jinal Play to be
: at Gables Center
.ding of an original three-act
"The Arena of Life," will be
nted at a meeting of the Dy-
: Psychological Society on
day evening, April 15th, 8:30
[at the Coral Gables Jewish
fer.
t play is by Herbert H. Hut-
End will be directed by Julie
fcr. Cast includes Kay Ettinger,
f Braim. Anita Long, Gus Dana
"rank Meyer.
jic will be provided by Tom-
lookas and his orchestra.
invaluable assistance to their hus-
bands doing clerical work and
other countless tasks so necessary
in canvassing. This occasion will af-
ford the entire trades corps an ex-
cellent opportunity to take, stock
of their campaign efforts and to
meet socially at the close of a suc-
cessful drive." y
The Trades Division annually has
the toughest chore in the CJA drive
in view of the unprecedented mush-
rooming of new industries and
trades in the Dade County area
which require special solicitation,
Heiman explained. The division
quota was nearly half of the total
campaign goal this year.
Temple Beth Sholom
Plans Annual Seder
Temple Beth Sholom will hold a
traditional Seder in its banquet
hall, on Saturday evening, April
17th, at 6i45 p.m., following the
regular holiday service slated for 6
p.m., according to an announce-
ment by Ralph Spero, Temple
president.
"In accordance with our policy
at Beth Sholom," Spero said, "our
Seder will be open to out-of-town
visitors, as well as our own mem-
bers."
The Seder will be conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, with organist Hy
Fried furnishing the musical ac-
companiment.
iers in the Business and Professional Division of the Com-
lewish Appeal, Lee Lebow and Lee Simkins, join di-
I chairman Sam J. Heiman (right) in announcing that
has raised $1,000,000 towards the 1954 campaign goal.
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U Takt Part in Festival
Shirley Berlin, of Shirt's Folk
Dance Studio, and Bernie Sager,
ballroom dance teacher, will parti-
cipate in a "Festival of Nations"
at Dade County Auditorium on Fri-
day evening, when they present a
medley of Israeli dances.
Or. J. C. Schneider
Schneider Named
New President of
Optometry Group
Miami Beach eye specialist Dr. S.
G. Scheinder is new president of
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association, heading the group's
roster of officers for 1954 installed
Monday night in annual ceremonies
held at Al's 414 Restaurant.
Other officers assuming posts at
the installation dinner include
Drs. Robert C. Garvin, Miami, 1st
vice president; Chester Rotter,
South Miami, 2nd vice president;
Thomas Hall, South Miami, 3rd
vice president; Robert I. Tanner,
South Miami, reelected secretary;
and Bernhacd Speigal, Coconut
Grove, treasurer.
The new SFOA president, who
suceeds Dr. William Koblentz of
Miami, is secretary of the Florida
Optometric Association and editor
of the "state group's bi-monthly
journal.
Dr. Schneider also is president
of the International Academy of
Optometric Contact Lens Practi-
tioners, past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Optimist Club and the
Miami Beach Jaycees, a member
of the Board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center and
chairman of the teen-age commit-
tee of the Beach Branch GMJCC.
The SFOA includes 67 eye spe-
cialists from Dade and Broward
counties.
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i^A^APRaS,
Model Seder for Parents Monday
assist Rabbi Lehrman in the in
A model Passover Seder for the
instruction of parents will make its
debut on Monday evening, April
12th, at Temple Emanu El. The an-
nouncement, made by Mrs. Benja-
min Greene, president of the Tem-
pi i Parent-Teacher Association,
stated that the Seder will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader.
The Seder will be for the pur-
struction scheduled to begin at 6:30
p.m. Dinner will be served by the
PTA. sponsors of the event, accord
ing to Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Sch-
neider, chairmen.
Members of the PTA serving on
the various planning committees
are Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Escott. Mr
pose of presenting the order, sym- and Mrs. Aaron Bookspan. Dr and
bols and color of the Seder sen- j Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz. Mr. and
ice. Cantor Philip Brummer will Mrs. Henry Hillman. Judge and
-------------------------------------------------' Mrs. Irving Cypen
Mr. and
To Hold Board Mfeeting
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold a Board meet-
ing on Tuesday. April 13th, at 8
p.m., it has been announced by H.
M. Drewich. president.
Mrs. Nerove is Hostess
Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson
Club, will hold a program honor-
ing Youth Aliyah on Tuesday,
April 13th, 8 p.m., according to an
announcement this week by Mrs.
Anna Seltzer, president. Mrs. Ethel
Nerove will be hostess of the eve-
ning.
and
Mrs. Joel Newman.
Displays from the Sisterhood
Gift Shop will be made by Mr-
Erwin Karson and Mrs. Henry Hill
man.
Membership Party Due
Annual membership party of the
Flagler Granada Jewish Commu
! nity Center will be held on Sun
I day. April 25th. 830 p.m.. it wa>
announced by chairman Mrs. Mar
cia (.'overman. Program will be of-
1 fered under the direction of Mrs.
! Miriam Schiff and Mrs. Alice Tau-
i ber.
Israeli Artists' Work
To bo Shown at U of M
The "Seven Painters of Israel"
exhibition, opening on April 15th
t the Lowe Gallery. University of
Miami. Coral Gables, was brought
to this country and is being pre-
sented nationally by the American
Fund for Israel Institutions as part
..f its progrfm of cultural exchange
between the United States and Is
r.it'l.
The American Fund is a benefi
ci.,ry of the Greater Miami Jewish
("deration.
Assembled and circulated by the
Institute of Contemporary Art of
Boston. Mass.. with James S. Plaut
director, the exhibition was first
shown at the Institute, and then at
the Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh;
the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
New York City, at the same time
as the archaeological exhibition
From the Land of the Bibles" also
presented by the American Fund;
the Albright Art Gallery of Buf-
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the Los Angeles County -
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Siyum Hatorah Sunday
Siyum Hatorah will be held on
Sunday. April 11th. 8:30 p.m., at
the West Miami Jewish Center The
Torah. presented in honor of Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Goldstein, for-
merly of Newark, New Jersey, will
be dedicated at the service con-
ducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Simon April, president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, will be guest speaker,
and Rabbis David Shapiro and Mor-
ton Malavsky will take part in the
service. Refreshments will be su-
pervised by Mrs. Morris Semmel-
macher.
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LmAY. APRIL 9, 1954
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Johns Names Wien
lo Hospital Group
4c(ing Governor Charley E.
Ilohns Ik>- announced the appoint-
ment ot Leonard A wien as a mcm
tjLr [ Ihe Board of the Florida
m '.,. iiM.piial AUvuory Committee.
topn-wniing Hia fourth T'ongres->
L.ral Pi-tricl.
I motion of the Hospital Advis-,
omniittee is to give technical
1 mce to the State Improve-
InH/it Commission in its dealings,
L '(he state's a^ent, with federal
Authorities on the distribution of
federal funds for hospital construc-
tion. Johns explained.
Wien is president of the cancer
Institute of Miami and has served
tor three terms. He is also treas-
urer and trustee of Mount Sinai
hVpital in Miami Beach, a mem-
er of the Citizens Advisory Board
if the University of Miami, a direc-
tor and former vice president of
|he Lincoln Road Association.
He is director of Temple Israel.
Iliami. and director of Temple
pir.anu-EI, Miami Beach.
He is a director of the Greater
lliami Hotel Association, mem-
ber of the \\ estview Country Club,
k graduate of New York University,
pnd he and his family have resided
nhisarea for 19 years.
PAGE 5B
Shown signmg a certificate of incorporation for the new Beth
Israel Congregation are (left to right) Martin Genet. Morris
Weinstein. president. Circuit Court Judge Marshall C. Wise-
hart, Samuel Sakols, vice president, and Isadore Friedman,
treasurer.
lauzin to Head
ihoiem Loilav
" rvin Kauzin was named presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
at a recent meeting of the organiza-
Ii Joseph Ray vis was elected
pri.-idem-elect.
Others chosen were Sanford
Bwerdlin and Stanley Caidin, vice
presidents: Bernard Liberman.
treasurer: Alan Kessler, corres-
jonding secretary; Dr. M. A. Klei-
jnar., recording secretary'; Edward
Klein, financial secretary;
Robert Lewison, warden.
Gilbert B. Schwartz, assistant
marten: Edward S. Roth, monitor;
1 i Bakst. assistant monitor;
Hilton Sadoff. guardian; and Alex
Douglis. Sam Friedman, Louis Gor
Mr'- Bernard Kohn, Bernard'New-
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Television Film Will Highlight
Combined Appeal Needs
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will present a half-hour televi-
sion film drama entitled "Three
Lives," featuring film stars, on
Sunday, April 11th, 2:30 p.m., over
station WITV, channel 17.
According to Carl Weinkle. presi
dent of Federation, the Hollywood-
produced presentation will feature
Jane Wyman, Charlton Heston,
Randolph Scott, Arthur Franz and
a dis'inguiihed supporting cast.
Television viewers from West Palm
-Beach to Key West, Florida, with
UUF converters will be able to sec
the unusual drama, it has been an-
UOBCed by WITV officials.
The presentation was written by
Edna and Edward Anhalt. well-
known screen authors, who also
prepared the script for the Acad-
emy Award film "Panic in the
Streets," and was diected by Ed-
ward Dymtryk, director of "The
Juggler" and other hit features.
The program is one in a series
of TV presentations to educate Jew-
ish communities regarding the
worldwide services supported
through Greater Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal which annually rais-
es more than $1,000,000 to meet
Jewish needs in Israel, overseas
and in the Dade County area.
Young Adult League "
To Hold Forum
Young Adult League will hold
a political forum at the Town
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center on Thur*.
day evening, April 22nd, 9:15 pom.
Speakers will be Dr. B. Sena. Joe.
Miller. Jr., George Mottahan; t'lfff
Terrell and Edward Cowart.
Gerald Rothbard is chairman of
the evening.
Women Slate Card Party
Workmen's Circle Women's Club.'
Branch No. 692, will hold a card
party on Sunday evening, April
11th, 7 p.m., at 25 Washington Av-
ballsor just clear. Also to be in- enue. Chairman is Isadore Cohen '
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*Jetvlsti ncr*0an
FRIDAY.
APR!]
'Kibya-in-Reverse' Ignores Basic Cause
J T A
UNITED NATIONS There is
no doubt that most of the diplo-
mats here were shocked at the lat-
est example of Arab frinhtfiilii'--
the ambush of the bus in the Negev
of all the facts, and so on.
No one but an incurable optimist
here believes that these guardi.ms
of Western mofaliiy *iil excoriate
;,l f.r ihf Yrir* inc
Inter-American CotW
Reaffirms DeclorthV*
CARACAS ,JTAMV ,
traces as Naiinn. twi^1?""1*
which has caused such outrages Nations Declarati.
the Arabs fi.rlhe VfiTP* incident
as they did the Israelis for the
1 Kibiya raid, although they are call
desert and the slaughter of 11 men. ; mi< jt ;, "Kibiya in -reverse.
thev have been officially apprised | ed Kingdom government urged the shows their responsibili for the
Jordan government to attend the mounting tension
conference called by Mr. Hammer
skiold However, they add. and it | (he massacre in Scorpion Paas. and Rights. A ivsoTuVion"'^011 *-
ay bf, just as well to quote them win cause others unless something Political Juridical r m^\
S this instance 'Jordan's refusal | js done about it. the conference h^.^**]
to attend was made after consulta- j j, is mucn better to do something
lion with other Arab league States j abo(J( jt ,Q strj| They which wen against anything that of ,he trouDie jn Palestine, rather
woman and children who were its
assengers. However, tho.se who
are describing it as a "Kibiya-in-re-
verse." and that is the popular term
here, are ignoring the cause not
only of the massacre in Scorpion
Pass, but also the reprisal raid on
the Jordan village; that is the re-
fusal "of the Arabs to negotiate a
peace settlement in Palestine.
Although somewhat tardily, the
United States has joined the others
in expressing its official regret and
are making out a case of the pot might be interpreted as a step to
and the kettle being black, but ward peace negotiation! with Is-
thev will not treat them the same.! rael." This is yet another example
and thev cannot MM the iva-on why of how satellites are getting out of
hand tbeae days. Obviously, he who
they are black, although it is un-
der their very noses.
If any further proof is needed
that the Arabs will not meet with
the Jews under any circumstances.
it is provided in Jordan's reply to
the message from the Secretary
General, Dag Hammarskjold. con
voking a conference with Israel
in extending "its sympathy to the Jordan answered in the negative:
families of the victims of this at
tack. However, the Americans and
the British too are being much.
more cautious than they were in
the case of the Kibiya incident in
blaming anyone: they have become
sticklers for proper procedure and I
will not pass any judgments until.
it refuses to attend. The announce-
ment of this was made a day or so
after the Arabs had entered the
tins and mowed down the DBSMfl
gers in cold blood. In other words,
the cause is given for the violence
that has occurred
British sources say that the Unit
pavs the piper no longer calls the
tune, because it can be taken for
granted that the British are still
remitting that annual subsidy to
the Hashemite Kingdom.
Of course. Jordan's refusal to at-
tend the conference is a direct
violation of the armistice agree-
ments, for it was under Article XII
of these agreements that the con-
ference was called. However, its
significance lies in the fact that
tin- is the most flagrant example
of how the Arabs reject any kind
of a settlement. Peaceit's a dirty
word with them. This reply is an
incriminating document because it
llatjlrr W'onu'tl to CJA Cabinet Meeting
Install Officer*
Mrs .less Freed, newly elected
chairman of the Women's Group of
the Flagler Granada Jewish Com-
r. unity Center, will be Installed at
enter on Thursday, April 15th.
8:30 p m.
Other officers
!>. installed at
the same time
v.ill be vice chair-
man, Mrs, Ray
rrin; Treasur-
Mrs. Harry
Hirsh: recording
secretary. Mrs.
.\iichael Shaw:
and correspond-
ing s e cretary.
Mrs Barry Dan-
sky.
Mr- Milton Sirkin has been in
vited to install the officers. In
charge of the evening's program is
Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Newly elected
members of the Board are the
Mesdames Hy Coverman. Charles
Adelman. Edward
Maurice Firth.
Zionist l,oauVr
Continued from Pago l B
of Modern Art and various other
activities.
Mayor Huahl is determined that
the beautiful port city of Haifa
shall not become just another port
city like Marseille or Casablanca.
but that its 200.000 inhabitants
meeting to review the progress of t.xpected to increase as immigra-
he annual appeal and to plan the ,, grows shall have all the
final phase rf the 1954 drive. cultural and artistic amenities be
According to Kanner. the drive fitting the expectations that the
i- well paflt the SI.000.000 mark. jews of ^g worid have of (he
and campaign oflicials are tallying state of Israel.
results of the one-day community
Views Drive's Progress
A joint meeting of lhe Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign cabinet
and the executive committee of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
was held Tuesday at the Di I.id"
Hotel
Aaron M. Kanner. CJA cam]
chairman, and Carl Weinkle. Fed
eration president, called the joint
Mrs. frti
drive held on Sunday, April 4th.
Fifty-four institutions and wel-
fare agencies including the United
Jewish Appeal, receive allocations
from the local drive.
Stiller. George Gittleson. Mickey
Antin. Sam Hollander. Phil Schiff,
Martin Hirsh, Bernard Lash and
Herman Feldman.
Mrs. Bernard Lash will be chair-
Peyser. Sidney man of the "Secret Pal Project."
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to be placed in the Pevsner House
and will be used by the students of
the School of Law and Economics
and by all Haifa citizens who know
enough English and are interested
in the subjects.
The Maurice Firth Collection will
be the largest single collection of
books in. English in the Pevsner
House or anywhere in a public
institution in Haifa, with the pos-
sible exception of the Technion.
Each year. Mrs. Firth and her
friends will add to the collection
in accordance with the needs as
submitted by Dr. Rozenhek
Age is Discussed
The problem of aging will be dis-
cussed by Dr. H. B. Meyers, physi-
cian of Boston, before the Miami
Society for Ethical Culture at its
next meeting on Sunday, April
11th. 11 a.m., at the Lindsey Hop-
kins School.
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MEMORIALS
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new S350.000.000 Israel De-
velopment Bond Issue at the
first International Planning
Conference for Israel, held in
Washington. D.C., Samuel
Rothberg of Peoria, Illinois
noted business and commu-
nal leader, was named na-
tional chairman of the Israel
Bond Organisation to head
the campaign which must
raise a minimum of $75 000 -
000 in 1954. '
than merely to concentrate on a
single incident. During the Kibiya
debate in the Security Council last
year. Israel insisted that a peace
settlement was the only cure; it is
even more true now with this mas- the organization that nfak!
sacre in Scorpion Pass. principles and goals."
Tenth Inter American Cm*
reaffirms the fundie*7
pies and goals of the ch,
the Organization of
States, of the American
of the Rights and Duties 1
the Universal Declaration
man Rights and the resola
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APRIL 9, 1954_
of Women
Irs List Slate
[of the City Charter with
L on economy and efficien-
Lrnment and study of pro-
Intnary bills were local
Led upon by members of
te of Women Voters of Mi-
U at its annual meeting
j week in Burdine's audi-
|t the Beach Store.
{Nominating Committee,
(by Mrs. Donald Rubin,
\ and Mrs Maurice Serot-
J Peter Lawson, Mrs. Ber-
laller and Mrs. Norman
ented a slate for the com-
as officers and Board
will be the Mesdames
[Babel, president; Herbert
V 1st vice president; Mau-
jotta, 2nd vice president;
Ckernick. secretary; Rober,
[treasurer; Edna Chausei
I S. Z. Bennett, Harrj
Kidney Bloch, Julius Breit
jot Cohen, Peter Lawson
IHeller, Charles Stein, Ber
vens and Robert Yaffey.
Brodaky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Jack Brod-
sky, formerly of 951 Bay Drive
will take place Sunday, April llth
at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciating. Mr. Brodsky is survived by
his wife Rose; one son Stanley and
one daughter Fay of Miami Beach.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
*J(*i*tinr^A*i^
PAGE 7B
School Seder
congregation of the Mi-
krcu School will conduct
[seder in the social hall of
gogue on Sunday morning,
Ith. at in a.m. The annual
"will take place following
imony.
|aries to Appear
luncheon meeting of Mi-
ch Lodge, B'nai B'nth, will
Tuesday, April 13th, 12:15
[the National Hotel. Speak-
meeting will be visiting
attending the B'nai ,
|tate Convention here.
Wolkowsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Dora
Wolkowsky, formerly of 1560
Euclid Avenue, will take place
Sunday, April llth at 1:00 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Samuel Machtei officiating. Mrs.
Wolkowsky is survived by her hus-
band Joseph and a son, Dr. Melvin
Volkowsky of Miami Beach. Ar-
angements are in charge of Thur-
innd Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
3oldstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan-
iel C. Goldstein, formerly of 965
Bav dr.. will take place on Sunday,
April llth, 1:15 p.m., at Mount
Jmi.-i Memorial Park Cemetery,
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciating. Mr. Goldstein is survived
by his daughter, Mrs. Diana Char-
ak; a brother, Rabbi Herbert; and
three sisters. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
tel, Miami Beach, Florida, will take
place Sunday, April llth, 11 a.m.,
at Star of David Memorial Park
with Rabbi Morris A. Skop offi-
ciating. Mrs. Goldfield is survived
by her husband, Louis, a son, Ben-
jamin, and a daughter. Mrs. Bea
Nemeroff, of Miami Beach.
Charak Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late David
Charak, formerly of 985 Bay dr.,
will take place Sunday. April llth,
l:lo p.m., at Mount Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. Mr. Charak is
survived by his wife, Diana; two
brothers and one sister. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Goldfield Unveiling
The dedication of a memorial to
the memory of the late Ida Gold-
field, formerly of the Marlin Ho-
THE MIAMI SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE
will present Or. H. B. Meyers, prominent physician of Boston, who will
discuss the problem of aging, on Sunday, April llth, 11 a.m., at the
lindsey Hopkins School, 1410 N.I. 2nd Avenue, Miami.
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+Jelsi'ricrld*M
_________TODAY-"^
GLOBAL SHORTS
Sharett Reiterates Demand
For Urgent Council Meeting
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
Premier and Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett has reiterated his
appeal to the Western Big Three
to call an immediate United Na-
tions Security Council session to
deal with Israel-Jordan tension. He
.aid that Israel preferred to bring
the matter to the UN's attention
through the Big Powers whose
reoly was exoected shortly be-
cause it felt that in this fashion the
matter would be raised more ef-
fectively. The Premier underlined
the fact that Jordan's refusal to
attend the UN-convened parley un-
der Article XII of the armistice
agreement and UN Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold's decision
not to press the Arabs had con-
tributed heavily to the worsening
situation.
German Supreme Court
Orders Hearing on Rabbi
KARLSRUHE (JTA) The Ger-
man Supreme Court here has or-
dered a further hearing on the ap
peal filed by Bavaria's former
Chief Rabbi. Dr Aron Ohrenstein.
against his conviction in the 1952
Munich trial that was primarily di-
rected against the late Dr. Philip
! Auerbach. Bavarian restitution
: chief, who committed suicide the
day after three Nazi judges making
up the court found him guilty. Dr.
Ohrenstein. who was given one
year in jail, filed a petition for
review which has sufficient merit
to warrant a full-dress hearing by
the Supreme Court.
New York Area Named
After Justice Perlman
NEW YORK (JTA) Borough
President Julan E. Jack, of Man-
I hattan. has renamed a two square
! block area in Manhattan in honor
of the late Justice D. Perlman. who
died in 1952. Judge Perlman. one
i time Congressman, was a leader of
| the American Jewish Congreu
BIG PRICE 0
Belgian Police Fail to Find
Kidnapped Jewish Orphan
BRUSSELS (JTA > Belgian po-
lice officials have still not been
able to trace the whereabouts of
Anneke Beekman. teenage Jewish
war orphan, who was whisked away
from a Catholic school near Liege
March 12th. when Dutch and Bel-
gian police officials approached
the school to claim her. The child,
placed in the care of a Catholic
foster mother durine the Nazi oc-
cupation of Holland, was baptized
by the foster mother who ha- re-
lit return her to the Jewish
ck piti the decision of
the \ h irities.
Welfare Program Linked to
Maimonides, Mrs. Hobby Says
CLEVELAND (JTA) The wel
fare program of the Eisenhower
Administration follows the philo-
sophy of Moses Maimonides. out
standing Jcwi>h philosopher of the
12th century, it was emphaM/e.i
here by Secretary of Health. Edu
cation and Welfare. Mrs. Oveta
Culp Hobby Speaking at the Con-
gregation Tifereth Lrael. Secretary
Hobby quoted from Maimonides'
Charity's Eight Degrees"
Dr. Harris Levin* Reelected
Jewish National Fund Head
\KW YORK (JTA>Dr. Harris J.
Levine. president of the Jewish Na
tional Fund of America, was elec-
ted to his fifth consecutive ternv
The annual meeting of the JNF
elected a Board of Directors con-
sisting of prominent Zionist lead-
er- It tM supplemented by 12
members-atlarge representing a
cross section of Jewish community '
life in America.
60,000 Former Nazis Offered
Amnesty by Bonn Government j
LONDON (JTA) An estimated
60.000 former Nazis now living in
West Germany under assumed
names are to be offered a new am-
m-n by the Adenauer govern-
ment it was reported here from
Bonn this week. The 60.000 are be-
lieved to he men with such records
that they feared to take advantage
of the last amnesty offered to Nazis
in 1949.
not just a "hum" ef leftovers, bet
is much t MM a** ftatil Apr. 30 only.
bet* fast
Jewish Restitution Office
Opens Headquarters
wki-V!;; The Unit-
n m profit
tion \\h i h provides legal
assist dI Jewish in
demnification applicant- in pnst
n- their claim- before German ad
trath igend and courts,
pened new German headquar-
ters I URO, which i- in-
corporated in London, maintains
brjnch offices in Israt I, N m York,
London and Par:-, a- well a- in half
ten (Jerman citii
Wise Family Granted
Honorary Israeli Citizenship
TFI. AVIV i JTA i A special
celebration to honor Justice Justine
Wise I'oiier was held here at Kfar
Shmtiel. nimed in I
Rabbi Stephen S Wist her father
Dur;nu ill 'alive
of the village announced that it had
granted h morarj citizen-hip to all
members ot the Wise famUj and
thai it had granted a plot of land
to the iami'y f.,r the construction
of a home.
Slovakian Jews Ordered Not
To Oppose Liquidation
BERLIN iJTAVTwo Slovakian
Jewi-h leaders were under arre-t
for several days recently because
tiny th: to complain about
the closing down of the syna-
in Slovakia, it was reported
here this week. The report said
that the two. Slovakian Chief Rub
l,i i ..! d l -eph Lipa. were
arrested while attending a meeting
of the Council of dechotlovakian
Jewi-h Communities in Prague.
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TEL aviv (JTA) An Israeli
military court at Beersbeba has
sentenced a former Palestine Arab
impriaonment and second
to a 27-vear term following; their
conviction on charges of spying for
The Egyptians They were eh
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area, possessing firearms and col-
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of the two pleaded guilty on all
counts and asked for mercy The
Other only admitted to entering
Israel illegally.
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_.Wfcf> nrjrfrfton
', Goldstrom to be Honored by
B'rith District Convention on Beach
v PAGE 9B
lire of the 18th annual con
tfihc Florida State Feder-
' B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Chapters to be held at
rc Terrace Hotel, Miami
weekend will be the
m of special certificates
^ed B'nai BTith service
A. Binder and Sol S.
|#ntations will be made
vent i Sunday evening, April
- of Miami, will be hon-
r his more than 50 years of
ship and service to B'nai
.He became a member of
lv Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in
I in March. 1904. He serv-
Resident of Gate City Lodge
| and was elected delegate
l'seth B'nai B'rith District
Lodge No. 5 Convention in
leld in Richmond, Virginia,
president of Gate City
, 1909 1010. he appointed a
Icommitteo to work on prob-
I anti-Semitism. His pioneer-
Idership in stimulating the
Ion of B'nai B'rith Lodge
Cees to cnyage in education-
jamming to correct prob-
Htrman A. Binder
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Learn about \he astounding growth of the Miami Jewish
\ Community beginning with a lone pioneer and now ex-
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For Safe aft IMmmi Hebrew Seek Store, 751 Wash. Ait., Miami Beach
Sol S. Gefdstrem
lems of prejudice was one of the
forerunners of the formation of the
Anti-Defamation' League of B'nai
B'rith, which was formed in 1913.
Goldstrom will be honored at the
Convention banquet for his more
than 60 years of membership and
service in B'nai B'rith. Goldstrom
was recently tendered a testimon-
ial dinner in honor of his B'nai
B'rith service by Miami Beach
Lodge. B'nai B'rith.'
Nathan Points to Record i Annual Seder at West Miami
Of Small Claims Court Annual communal Seder of the
An open house Thursday marked West Miami Jewish Center will be 8:30 p.m.
the first anniversary of the estab-
lishment of Dade County's new
small claims court, it was announcd
by Judge Raymond G. Nathan,
first judge of the court.
The court, which handles claims
up to $300 and is located in the
courthouse, was established a year
ago when the late Gov. Dan Mc-
Carty appointed Judge Nathan to
the post.
Since then, some 26,000 persons
have been served by the court, the
year-end figures show. They have
been litigants or witnesses in more
than 8,600 cases.
In order to handle the record
number of cases, Judge Nathan be-
gins court as early as 8 a.m. and
holds night court both in Miami
and Homestead for persons who
couldn't make it during daytime
hours.
Judge Nathan pointed out that
more than a third of the cases were
prepared by the court staff. It is
not necessary to have an attorney
prepare the case or be present.
More than 2,800 persons who came
before the court did so without an
attorney.
"Our first year's record," said
Judge Nathan, "certainly bears out
the predictions of those who helped
set up this much-needed court. Its
purpose of handling cases in an
expeditious and inexpensive man-
ner has been upheld. Whereas it
formerly took a year or a year and
a half."
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Merriman, Smith, Yeend, Lloyd to Sing
With UM Orchestra in Verdi Requiem
The University of Miami Sym
phony Orchestra will feature a per-
formance of Verdi's Requiem Mass
on Sunday and Monday evenings.
April 18th and 19th, 8:30 p.m., at
the Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums. Mr. John Bitter will
be on the podium.
The University of Miami Chorus
of 100 voices has been rehearsing
under the leadership of Wilfred
Smith since the first of the year
for this extremely difficult work.
bomber, flying forty missions in the
South Pacific, where his targets in-
cluded Iwo Jima. His service record
is attested by the fact that he wears
the Distinguished Flying Cross, the
Air Medal and Oak Leaf Clusters.
When he resumed his musical
career, Smith studied with Olga
Forrai, and soon began to make
public appearances. He appeared
at the Lewisohn Stadium in New
York in a Gilbert and Sullivan
program under Lehman Engel. and
Leading soloists with the orches-; sang the role ofnaland ,, per-
tra and chorus will be Nan Merri- formances of Wagner The Flv
man, distinguished young Ameri- tag Dutchman w.th the Buffalo
can mezzo-soprano who has just re
turned here after a successful
European tour which included the
British premiere of Stravinsky*
new opera "The Rake's Progress';
Kenneth Smith, British-bo^ bass-
baritone who has appeared in num-
erous NBC TV Opera Theater pro-
ductions and has sung with the
Schola Cantorum under Hugh Ro*>.
Frances Yeend. who has appeared
in concert and opera throughout
the country, including perform
ance* with Eugene Ormandy at the
Holly Bowl and with Antal Dorati
Hollywood Bowl and with Antal
Dorati a: Grant Park in Chicago;
and David Llo>n. who has been
notably successful tn concert, <-p
era. festival appearances and on
the radio.
Brought to America at the age
of four from his birthplace in
Leeds. Smith went with his parents
to Stamford. Connecticut. He Stu-
died at the Manhattan School of
Mu-ic and New York College of
Music before the war. He served
four years in the Air Force, and
was a navigator on a B-24 heavy
Miss Nan Merriman
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Other operatic roles include that
of Frank in 'Fledermaus'' at the
Montreal Festival under Wilfred
Pelletier and Tomsky in Tchaikov
sky's "Pique Dame" with the New
England Opera Theatre under
Boris Goldovsky
During the summer of 1953.
Smith joined Colorado's famous,
Central City Opera Company, to
sing in the production^ there of
Carmen'and "The Merry Wires
ol Windsor."
Miss Merriman. who has sung'
more time- with To^canini than any
other American Mezzo Soprano
12 appearances in the pa
yearalso performed at the fam-j
: .,! Glyndebourne and
at the Mozart Festival at Aix-en-
nee.
Ifisa Merriman is a nati\> "i
Pittsburgh where she had her early
music training.
Although she made her debut as
an opera singer. Miss Merriman
soon discovered that singing with
symphony orchestras was a much j
more demanding, but more reward-
ing experience, and she has con-
centrated on these performances
ever since.
Leonard Bernstein invited Miss
Merriman to create the leading
role in his Jeremiah Symphony,
and was so delighted with her per-
lormance that he insisted on her
recording it with the St. Louis Sym-
phony.
During the course of her sym-
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Third annual pre-senior conclave
for Young Judaeans will be held
April 9 11 at Camp Tequesta in
Kendall, according to Joseph Par-
do, chairman of the Zionist Youth
Commission, sponsoring the event.
The weekend is open to all boys
and girls between nine and 12
Highlighting the weekend will be
a camp fire and program on Sat-
urday night. Boys and girls will
conduct services on Friday and
Saturday.
On Saturday afternoon, a hike
will be taken throughout the area.
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fciintobe
5t at Seder
(JonW council of Greater
h0ld a third Seder at
E^us Masonic Lodge on
Ly evening. April 21st,
L to an announcement here
fuea Jaffer and R.Mtaen-
Lhjirmcn.
Lt the Seder will be Isaac
[who has recently returned
[our through Israel.
i has been national secre-
|ho National Committee for
~~......1
E!mm^ZEg W*nm Hedorim Sundau
' according to Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Two model Passover Sedorim are
planned this year in order to ac-
commodate the expanded student
body of the Religious School of
Temple Emanu-El and will be held
on Sunday morning, April llth, at
the Temple," 1701 Washington ave.,
.- -
To Plan Softball League
Representatives of civic, frater-
nal and other community organiz-
ations have been invited to a meet-
ing on Wednesday, April 14th, at
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Branch, to make
plans for the sixth annual Men's
Softball League, which will begin
early in May. Ted Kaplan, chair-
man of the Health and Physical
Education Committee, announed
that a double round-robin series of
games will be played at the Flag-
ler and West End Parks each Sun-
day morning at 10 a.m.
5
who will direct the activity.
The first Seder will take place
in the patio of the Temple from
10 to 11 a.m., and will be followed
by a separate and complete session
in the dining room from 11:30 to
12:30 p.m. These workshops will
afford students an opportunity tor
review their lessons in Passover
rituals and guide them for their
own home Seders, Rabbi Lehrman
said.
Alan Borenstein, Michael Peyton
and Charles Homer will officiate.
Class "mothers" will be appointed
to pronounce the blessings over
holiday candles, while class "fath-
ers" will chant the Kiddush, and
class "children" will ask the tra-
ditional four questions.
A special Passover Primer pre-
pared by Saul Rabin, educational
director, will be distributed as an
aid to the Passover Haggadah. PTA
room mothers will assist in serv-
inp Passover deliearies.
Maurice Slated for Radio
Radio station WKAT will fea-
ture "Maurice the Magician" radio
show every Saturday morning, with
the program emanating from ihe
Coral Theater, according to word
this week. A local cafeteria is tbe
sponsor. The program will consist
of audience participation, stunts,
comedy quiz and a magical show.
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jel Appeal, Farband Labor
JOrder, the Jewish Agency
lestine and the League for
Palestine.
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lelicov Studio
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diate class of students in a
ecital at her home and stu-
I 10th st., Miami Beach, on
\/, April llth. 2:30 p.m. Fea-
! will be compositions by
[Beethoven. Haydn, Mozart,
f, Grieg, Tschaikowsky and
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Icipating will be Danny Ap-
Ih, Arlene Ash, Detra Co-
Sarriet Corman, Rheta Cor-
(Flora Estormes, June Far-
Vvey Finkelstein, Nelsa Gid-
floby Houston, Irving Kele-
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a eek here and will compete
ltiunal honors when she will
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nemory during the National
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fing May 13.
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Greater Miami Hadassah to Mark Youth
Aliyah Day at Functions Here Monday
The 12 member groups of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah
will celebrate 'World's Jewish
Child's Day" on Monday. April
12th. with 1 series of luncheon and
card parties to be held through-, j
ut the Creator* Mia"" Miami -area.
Funds raised through these parties
will goUoward the support of the
Youth Aliyah movement
Chairman of the event is Mr-
lack Davis, chapter vice Drevidonl
in charge of Youth Aliyah here.
Through Youth Aliyah. 62.000
children have been rescued from
Europe and the Far Baal and
brought to Israel for rehabilitation
and resettlement." Mrs. Davil ex-
plained. "Far greater funds are
needed to continue to bring out
those children still in the ghettos of
North Africa. Middle East and in
Eastern Europe.
Deborah Croup will hold a serial
of luncheons and card parties at
the homes of members, with Mrs
David Levinson acting as chairman ,
Hannah Senesch Croup is slating |
a luncheon at 12 noon on Monday
in the Sans Souci Hotel Mrs. Jack
J. Fay will be chairman.
Mount Scopus Hadassah will ob-
serve "World's Jewish Child's Day"
at its regular monthly meeting on
Monday. April 12th, in the Beth
David Synagogue. Miami, at 1:30
p.m.
Henrietta Szold Group will hold
a luncheon on Honda] April 12th.
12 noon, at the Grossinger I'an-
coast Hotel A program is planned,
according {> Mr- Mr- Charles Al-
ter, chairman.
I-raeli Had.i--ah has scheduled a
light luncheon at 12 noon on Mon
lay in the Bel Aire Hotel. Miami
lleach. Mrs Jo-eph Kantor. pro-
Mrs. Jcck Davis
gram chairman, will present a
playlet featuring Mrs Bernard
SteveQI and Mrs. Alfred Stone Mrs.
Erwin Stein and Mrs Alex Kogan
are co-chairman of the day
Members of Naomi Group of Ha
r!;i.--ah will attend a luncheon to
be given by the Menorah Group at
l.a Rue Restaurant. Miami Beach
The group will aNo hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday. April
12th. 8 30 p.m at the Town Res-
taurant. Miami Highlighting the
evening will be a talk by Rabbi
Morris Skop on "Passover and
Family Life.' Plans for a dinner
and dance to be held later in the
month will be discussed.
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Hi. I 'h.um Weizman Group of
Hadassah arill have a "Greenback
Shower" for Hadassah Suppi.<- ..t
the home of Mr Harold Hurwitz
ISO \\V 22nd ave on Sunday. April
11th. from 2 30 to 5 p.m.
Mr- mirry' Komfield, chairman
,,uii.mi the afternoon. Qne <>(
,i. feature! will be Mcr Ml
oenteati
Mi- Nal Waldman. president of
the Shaloma Croup ol Hadassah,
snnounees :< luncheon on Monday.
April 12th. 12 noon, al the Kmprcss
Hotel.
Guest -peaker for the Youth
Aliyah program will be Anna Bren-
n, i Meyers, active m civic, cultural
and philanthropic life here.
The Shaloma Group will also pre-
sent Arnold Sim- basso of the Lon-
don and the San Carlo Opera com-
janu-
Ha will be accompanied by Olga
| Bibor Stern, concert pianist.
Mrs. Samuel Lepnw is chairman
of the event. Co-chairman is Mrs.
| Joseph Rappaport. also in charge of
j vocational education.
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha-
hassah will celebrate "World's Jew-
ish Child's Day" with a Youth Ali-
yah brunch at the Monte Carle Ho-
tel on Monday, April 12th. 11:30
am
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center. Entertainment will be
by Joseph Schreibman and soloist
Ruth Ann Kraye.
The I. R. Goodman Group of Ha-
dassah will hold an all games party
in celebration of "World's Jewish
Child's Day" on Tuesday evening,
April 13th, 8 p.m.. at the Cromwell
Hotel. In charge of reservations
are Miss Bess Lovitz. Miss Lillian
Goodman and Mrs. Rose Goldner.
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
commemorate "Jewish Child's
Day" with a Youth Aliyah dessert
lunch on Monday. April 12th. 1
p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Raymond
Goodman. 3681 Flamingo Drive.
Mesdames Leo Chaikin. Arnold
Seeder and Joseph Cherner are in
charge of arrangements.
Guest soloist wlill be Mary
Wynn, soprano.
Menorah Group of Hadassah will
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Teen age dance will be held on
Saturday evening, April 10th, 8
p.m., at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Town
Branch Kappa Tau. a girls' friend
ship club, will sponsor the dance
and will feature the selection of a
h-.'d a, "Wwrld'* Iewi. luncheon at La. Rue ReStau
rant on Monday, April. 12th. 12:30
p.m. )i
Save Life." a film concern
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scnted. and Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will be the guest speaker.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Melvin Weinkle, Mrs. Murray
Turetsky and Mrs. Louis Falk.
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PAGE 13 B
.lilies Reached on M-Day;
[$52,000 Total in GM Division
, than 3.500 families
.Miami area in bc-
nmbincd Jewish Ap-
bneral Mobilization
Jugh! their Division
realization on Sun-
|th when "M" day
previous contribu-
jeneral Mobilization
I ho Krand total
'to $52,000.
chairman Fred K.
fsher of the Jewish
gifts. Kanner and Shochct called
the one-day canvassing effort the
"greatest humanitarian drive in the
history of the CJA campaign in
Dade County."
Campaign leaders urge families
who have not been contacted to
make contributions either directly
to Combined Jewish Appeal head-
quarters at 420 Lincoln Road, mes-
zanine, Miami Beach, or by phon-
ing the offices of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation at 58-4331.
Hadassah Members
Edges arc still com-
Ll division total will
lie lor several days."
Id figure of S52.000 Alerted for Radio Affair
[secured in this divi-
8r's campaign,
npaign chairman
visited all "M"
tiers throughout the
his radio address to
8:30 a.m. over station
|is particularly effec-
lone-day drive were
|en. Jewish War Vet-
nal Council of Jew-
Jewish Homo for the
fry. Alpha Epsllon Pi
Ithe University of Mi-
i others.
lended thanks and ap-
the many hundreds
fcho helped make "M"
k Mr. and Mrs. Louis
ind members of the
Friendship Club of the
b. Greater Miami Jew-
Ity Center, were com-
Iheir devoted efforts.
Farr delivered a
lover station WMBM.
b volunteers to par-
i drive and asking all
ly at home. A similar
I by Miami area chair-
Chertkof, speaking
PYMIE.
I stream of volunteers
pg back to their area
in the afternoon to
progress reports and
Four thousand members of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah have been alerted to have their
radios tuned to station WMBM on
Sunday, April 11th, when the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of South
Florida will present a special
broadcast aimed at Hadassah par-
ticipation, according to Rabbi Mos-
es Mescheloff, president of-thr^NF
Council. ^- -
Guests on the special broadcast
between 12:30 and 2rW p.m. be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais,*"presi-
Press, Jewish National Fund chair-
dent of the chapter, Mrs. Miriam
man, and Mrs. Irving Westin, Ways
and Means vice president.
Rabbi Mescheloff and Samuel
Prostermaii, radio chairman of the
council, will be masters of cere-
monies.
Collins Returns to Dade
In Governor Campaign
State Senator LeRoy Collins re-
turned to Dade County this week
in his campaign for governor. After
attending sessions of the Florida
Education Association, he planned
to address local workers at a cof-
fee meeting on Friday at the Alla-
pattah Lions' Club and to speak
over station WTVJ at 8 p.m. that
night.
On Saturday, he will go to Key
West, stopping enroute to speak
at Marathon to an audience of up-
per Key voters.
Harold Vann, chairman for Col-
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___ __.__.,~-w,>-v-*-T I Saturday morning services are at
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY &? ,S
is at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Fri
day evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
discuss the special laws relating to
Passover. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30
p.m.
*
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating. Can-
tor Albert Glantz will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. The
Rabbi will conduct a forum on
Passover. Mr. and Mrs. David Col-
lins will be hosts at the Oneg Shab-
bat following in honor of their
son, Robert, who is scheduled to
be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning sen-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary-
ahu Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The Elo-
quent Message of Silence." A class
in Talmud will be conducted by
Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz at 4:30
p.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. when
the Rabbi will discuss the Zohar
Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren-
der the musical portions of the
'iturgy. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 am

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. During services on Sat-
urday, at 9 a.m the Bar Mitzvah
of Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs Mux-
!ray Beck, will take place. Rabbi
I Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
' Mamches will officiate. Floral of-
ferings will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Beck in honor of their
' son. Student services are Satur-
day morning at 10:30 a.m. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30
p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
, evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
! urday morning services are at 8:30
I a.m.. when Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and discuss the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer
1 will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. A class in Mishna will
be at 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudos. Daily service*
are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 pan. "The Hurt in
i Ingratitude," is the topic of a ser-
| mon scheduled by Rabbi Morris
Skop. Arthur Chayken. son of Mr.
! and Mrs. Allan Chayken. 4365 SW
,' 2nd st.. will be Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services at 10:30
a.m. The Chaykens will be hosts
at the Kiddush following the cere-
mony.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening sen ices at 6:15 1
p.m.. with late sen ices slated for I
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Mala\>ky
will officiate, with Cantor Samuel;
Salknw rendering the musical por-.
ttoni "I the liturgy The Onega
Shabbat following will be spon-or
d bv the Junior Young Judaea
Group. Leaders are Mrs Dorothy
Carp and Mrs. Bernard Sirkus.
Mrs. Joseph Hart, will take place.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the li-
turgy.
WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Friday thru Monday (April 9-12)
MORNING
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
7:00, To Jay
7:15
7:30
7:4SI
SUNDAY
MONDAY
Today
Tm! Pat Muj. '
8:00
8:15
8 30
8.45
Keaiuie lllm
9:00 Ding 1'ong .School To Be Ann red
|:1S
9:30 Strike It Rich
9:4o
Sm Ed II
10:00 The l.inl- Show
10:15 Valiant Lady
10:30 Jai k Paar Show
10:45
Taal hi, Mm
Christophers
I>. Ikm* School
Btl ike It Rich
11:00 Del Russo
11:16
11:30 Menu Magic
11:45
- Clrcttt Lamp L'nto Ft The I.'le Show
I '. I Valiant I*dy
1 Midnight I.ook l'p. Live Oarj Moore
" lndt:\ I'ri'.ide
space Patrol This is The Life Arthur Godfrey
Menu Magic
Johnny Jupiter Lilly Graham
What's Tr'hle
12:00 I've Got News
12:15 Love ..f l,if.-
12:30 Search For Tomor.
1246 Guiding Light
A F T E_R NOON
Big Top
s. *>ch 1 of Air I've Got NaWf
I ..v.- of Life
l"n. Bob P*nlei I'rcb For Tom.
iiilding Light
1:00 Brunch With Judy Ry Roger. 111 in Review Br'eh \V. Judy
,.J I Income Tax
2:2 *" Moor* I Capt Hortg Juvenile Jury Oarv Moon
145_______________Cartn-o-Ville '
2:00 Coitb.*. Corner
2:15
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Talent Ranch
2:30 At Jackie* House Mr Wizard
2:45
Jamie Ktory Cobhg Corner
I'eath Valley
Pride of Pamil] Jackie's Houae
3:00 IliK Layoff
S:15
8:30 Kate Smith
3:46
vd.....f World Pepsi Playh'se llig Payoff
i To Be Annced I Paul Winchell Kate Smith
4r00 Alec Gibson
4:151
4:30!
4:45l
L'nde Martin
You Are There j Ale.- Glbaon
T'bje W. Fthr I Mr Peepera
f^S s|r,*;nMk'k*y ,Am.7,ur "or Sun. Adventure Glenn. Mickey
5:30 fcort, ,--
5:45 Shopper 5 Guide News-Weatl
IV EN ING
Easter I
Shopper' Guide
6:00 PolltlcaJ
6:10 Weatherman
:15 Jack of All Sports
Red Skelton
Meet the Press Pollti.;,!
W( itherman
' Jack of Sports
m VXV^g!. n"n7n, "# toddKk.U,r, *' "her lh|f 1. Y. U.
7:30' Doug Edwards
7:45 Eddie Fisher
8:00 Mama
8:18
8:30 I've Got A Secret
8:451
Two F. Money | Private Secy I Doug Edward.
Lie Theater
Jackie Gleason Comedy Hour Burns St Allen
#. I Firestone Hour
t.-OOl Schlltx Playhouse
8:15;
:30 Mr. McXutley
9:45i
Intrigue g.E. Theatre
Meet MtUle | Tou Bet Life
: I Love Lucy
My Fav. Kary
10:00 Gillette Fights Show of Shows The Web------------
10:301 Hit Parade What's M Line
10:46 Old Time Newsreel I "ne
11:00 News. Weather
11:15! Topper
11:30
11:46' World Premiere
12:00
Studio (Joe
, I'l-ce The race, Don Holltnba. h News-Wether
Medal. Theater l "' NoTth | "** Bd **
Kversh'p Thtre The Vagabond.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Fridav evening services at 8:15
pm.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
ing Dr Donald D. Michelson. di
rector of Hillel and Professor of
Human Relations at the Univer-
sity of Miami, will be guest speak-
er and discuss: "Three Hundred
Years of Jewish Achievement in
America" Members of the Reli-
gious Committee will be hosts at
the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m.. when Rev. Heim will discuss
the Weekly Portion and chant the
liturgy.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating and preaching on
the topic: "The Tragedy of Self-
Hate." Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Can-
tor Philip Brummer will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are in the chapel
at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the sub-
ject: "A Day with University Stu-
dents." Cantor Jacob Bornstein
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy.
a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academv. will be guest speak-
er. Cantor Abraham Seif will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 8 a.m. Louis Dublin will
conduct a class in Talmud from 2
to 4:30 p.m. A class in Bible will
follow, with Rabbi A. Cooper of-
ficiating. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.

RFTM jama CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., when
Mickey Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Harris, and Leonard Bern-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bernstein, will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Moral Responsibility." Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Junior services are at 9 a.m., under
the direction of Benjamin Kamin-
etzky. Kiddush will follow. Min-
cha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. M. Moscowitz will
act as host. Rabbi Mescheloff will
discuss the Weekly Portion. A lec-
ture series on Jewish laws and cus-
toms is given daily by the Rabbi
between the 6:15 and 6:45 xp.m.
services. Morning services are at
7 and 8 a.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Late services are at 8:30
p.m.. when Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate. Subject of the ser-
mon is scheduled as: "Approach-
ing Passover" The Oneg Shabbat
following will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. M. Gross in honor of their
daughter's forthcoming wedding.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Junior services will be at
11 a.m.. with the Rabbi assisted
by students of the Religious School.
Mincha is scheduled for 6 p m
followed by Maariv and a lecture
on the Weekly Portion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
w P.m with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating and preaching on the
topic: "What Price Idealism?"
This is the second in a series of
three sermons on "Unsung Heroes
of Our Time- An Oneg Shabbat
will follow, sponsored by the Unit-
ed Order of True Sisters. Satur-
day morning services are at 10:45
a.m., when the Bar Mitivoth of
Eugene Barry Brenner, son of Mr
and Mrs. Nathan Brenner, and Jer-
ald Martin Hart, son of Mr. and
NORTH DADS JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Henry Okolica officiating and
preaching on the topic: "Soul."
Junior and Senior Choirs, under
the direction of Lucille Moore, will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy with Cantor Maurice Neu.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Kimhall in honor of their 16th
wedding anniversary.
a
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Man's Noblest Virtue."
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portions of the li-
turgy, assisted by the Temple
Choir under the direction of Rev.
Mordechai Haalman. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Barry Morton Goldman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldman,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion, The Bar Mitzvah will de-
liver an address and participate
in the Friday evening and Satur-
day morning ceremonies. A recep-
tion tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Gold-
man will follow.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m .
with Rabbi Max M. Landmati offi-
ciating. "The Greatest Thing in
the World" will be the topic of
the Rabbi's sermon. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Early evening
services will be at 5:45 p.m., con-
ducted by Rev. Rudolf E. BrilL
Saturday services will be at 9 a.m.
The Rabbi will speak on 'The Meet-
ing of Mercy and Justice." Junior
congregation will hold services in
the Maloff Room at 11 a.m. Sun-
day services will be held at 9 a.m.
LE0AL
NOTK-E IyN*&ui*
he under,,, "KRER, ^
buslne,, undiTV',lrlikl
' ,'1""'. FCia^t 5
Ki.i BRBojbF ""IS;
Attui n.-v for A*^u
FLORIDA. IN pRof,2*0T
estate of i'HIUP SHI
to the Hon. County jj
. and file L .
pfflc. In the OsjSJ \
l>a calendar monttaM&l
the first publltauoi '
Claims or demands to osal
addre.., f the eltlmu!!
worn to snd prewnS,1
Date March 22. AD I
/<' MORRIS SI
As Adminidtnu
Estate of
PHILIP sm.o"
// MAX R SILVER
z/M0r->4.:'..udmin;!,r,t"1
Fourth Annual Model
Seder at Israelite Center
Fourth annual Seder of the Is-
raelite Center Religious School will
be held Sunday morning during
school hours.
, Some 200 students of the school
will conduct the Seder, under the
' guidance of Mrs. Al Oliphant. Sun-
j day School principal, and Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader.
NOTICE UNDER FIC
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HHUBBTOJ
the und.rsiiined, dr-diukl
hu*ltte* under the (itfSsaf
PALM I..M Nl.RY. ig\
m Miami. Intend to rs
name with the Clerk of"
Court ol I u'!. Coast!
MORRIS FED
CV ABIS .,
THEonortK .i sutowni"1
Attorn. DlkaMl
bold Hid*.
NOTICE UNDER FIC
NAME LAW
Nl 'Tli'i: is HEREBY (_
the undetoticned. desiriagtsl
- under the fictftia
SOI THWKST MIMEOOB.
LETTER SERVICKstfifl
St. Intend t.> refiner nidi
the Clerk ( the Cl
t'uunii. Kl-irida
CHARLES M FTtH
MARIAN IREE
s/S-U-23-IO
NOTICE UNDER FICT
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKBT'
the undei -urned. deirlntl
liu*lney- under the flciitkesl
BL'LF EISHI.Ni: POCK.-, ill
Avenue. Miami lleach. FM
to regiMer said nsme wt!h I
of the ill Court of DtfejJ
Florida
JEROME G.'
4/-lfi-!I-ln
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the understated, drslrlna: to i-nxaKe In
business 'inder the fictitious najne "f
BISCAYNE r, A in DEPARTMENT
STORE, at 7200-02 Hlsoiwie Hlvd .
Miami, intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Gouat of
I>ade County, Florida.
I'HILIP B. 81LVERSTKIN
HERT BAOBsR
Attorney for Applicant
118 llls.ayne Hid*.
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEKEHY OIVEN that
the tindersianed. deslrina to engage In
- umler the fictitious name of
STATE MORTtlAiiE CO.; EtJCITA-
lil.E INVESTMENT CO.. at 13- N
Flrat St intenda to register said
name- with the Clerk of th. circuit
Court of Kid. County, Florida.
MoRltls HAY FRIEDMAN, Owner
l/ll 4'2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
liuslness under the fictitious name of
LITTLE IIEOROIA BAR. at 2237 SW
3.lid Av- intends to register aald
nsme with the Clerk of the i
< ourt of l.sde 'ountv, Florida.
RAYMtJND IV EH
KEssi.Elt (MRS
Attorneys for Applicant
w nsgier bt.
1/28 4/2-9-18
M NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES S COURT
"J AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 33422-81
!n Re: ESTATE OF
SAM JACKSON. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing < lalma or Demands Againat Held
Batat):
Von. and each of you. are liereby
noticed and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SAM JACKSON, deceased
Ute of I>ade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
ncea In the Countv i'.outhouse In
Hade County. Florida, within eight
cslendar months from the date of The
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
iresa of the claimant and to be sworn
t o and presented aa aforesaid, or
'oo will be barred.
IMlr March 18, AD. 1984.
ESTHER HTRICKl.BR.
LI I J.I E HTR1CKIJCR.
Af Exeeutrieaa of the t_jurt
will and Testament of
VTE.r.-MM JA<"KSON, Daeeaaed.
a,T.ERS- "K'MAN K"AILAN
Attorneys for xecutrloaa
8/2-9-18
1/28
NOTICE UNDER FIC711I
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKI'.EBV GO
the undersigned, deidrlnj u<
liusineen und.r thi
WINDOW I I'.AMK IVfUII
East 23rd HI Ilialeas. rT
to raflstei Kalrl name "H"'.
of th.- Cln ull Court of DstrJ
Florida.
IM'ItWIN CiiRI'.
Hlaleah, Ftoridl
AARON M In INSfE
Attorney for LlRWiN
4/9-lf. ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COiinU
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CW.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IDA. IN CHANCERY. m
NATHAN ti WATMA.M8J
MINNIE K WATMAN. Wf
*" NOTICE BY PUBLIC*"
TO: MINNIE K' WATMAN
7 Orand Cnncourfe
Bronx. N> .
YOF ARE "r.BKBT ^
(hat h Bill of CompUW*!
has been Hied '"*{ "TJ
above entitled cause s J""l
by required to -erye *1
Answer to the Bill of tsgr
the Plaintiffs aorn'!,'.ri
original In the office oft"!
the Circuit Court n or W
rth day of April. %mi
1...,,,. Pro nfesso HI"
against > "" ta 0UM
This notice shall "* *"
each week fr four "'SS!
In THE JEWISH Iffl
Paled St -M>"'' rwrs*
day of *"g>l*Uff*
Deout, f*iJ
PALLOT, f'LVra ,""!
A Home.....r"o", r-
701 Congress Huildin*.
2/28 4,'2-9-lt__________
FNLORA.o2 .EJ**n
In He: ESTATE^ j^^jli
MrSa-Wtftf -
%-!: and *Stf%jSi
notified and required ^j
claims snd denism" &
"her o i^rSWrWf
estate of FltE"' .
ed Ute Of >'*;'VK B. 1
the Hon 'T"!"}),*, f<-,
County Judge rf ^iTjHwJ
file the same n1B r*
County <-..MTth.i''- c,le**5|
jrF' rjp
ee Section 12 "'
ACD.t. March l^AJWff
8/18 47*--1,


APRIL 9, 1954
LEGAL N0TIC1
-JmrisiifhrldUon
PAGE 15 B
-^ERjnCT.tlOU.
f .Ld ilcdiing to enjl in
I ^V'sil S a. 1041 Washing-
, Beach, Intend, to
I- j'Sf with the Cleric of
BJ'S of Dade County.
, NATHAN RUBENSTEIN
kwiN LIPTgH .
t fur AiMillfant
Ln R.I.. Miami Beaoh
&ceeS?untXo.fil^
'i.CW. IIAli. Plaintiff
r. inn'HAR, Defendant.
tVcE BY PUBLICATION
GlIA.M nW.'HAR
fBryanl Avenue
fekB HEREBY NOTIFIED
LAH of Complaint for Divorce
K filed against you In the
Entitled cause and you are
Stifled l" "rive a copy of your
1,0 the Hi" of ComptalDt on
i, attorneys, and fl e the;r-
|the office of 'he Clerk of tEe
Vroiirt on "r before the HO
lAurll lM: otherwise, a De-
,M Confesso will be entered
JicV shall be published once
-it for four consecutive week*
rjEWISH KI.OKIDIAN.
J it Miami, Florida, thla 22nd
"?? k't.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
[XpUtf Clerk
Lt 8II.VKR Ml'LLOY
,vi for Plaintiff
fcgress Hldg.. Miami, Fla.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167806
JOSEPH H. KLBINWICHK, ali-
known B8 JOZEP KI.KINWUHS
TB 1'lalntlff
SINA Bl'RSTEIN KLEINWICIIS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION'
TO: B1NA RITRHTEIN KLKINWirils
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY N< ITIF'1 KM
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entltli-il caUM and you are here-
by required to nerve a copy of your
Answer to the Ulll of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney*., and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
th Circuit Court on or before the 7th
day of May, 1854, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH KL-ORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of April, 1854.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Coon
By M. C. dREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clark
PALLOT. SILVER ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress Bid*-., Miami, Flu.
4/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fci-F IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
Irrslgncd. desiring to engage in
under Ihe fictitious name of
01 FKANCINK, at 530 NW
Ivenue. Miami, Dade County,
[nirinlM to register said name
'. Clerk "f ihe circuit Court of
founiy, Florida.
[CATHERINE M. KITTLE.
(Sole I iwnert
lY M CAIN
v for Applicant
. Flash r Si.. Miami, Fla.
I .'-I'-IO
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fcCE l- HEREBY C.IVEN that
der-icri, .1 1 -- 11 ing to engage In
j under Ihe fictitious name of
Fence land .. at 6 n.w.
Miami, Florida, Intends
Hater said name with the Clerk
Tcinuli Conn of Dade County,
HARRY L. DAVIS
lEY I! KI.F.IN
)y for Harry I.. Davis
came lliiilding, Miami, Florida
I Ml
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCE is HEREBY GIVEN that
rierslgned, desiring to engage ln
In tindei Hi,' fictitious name of
EXGO TEXTILES 4 CU8H-
1 ai IS S I: lsth Street. Miami,
, Intend.'- to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
n> Count\, Florida.
JLAMINUO TKXTILES, INC.,
a Florida arporalion,
I Sole Owm
f'T. SILVER St Ml'LLOY
keys f.,r H.unlngo Textiles, Inc.
T t :'->_______
4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
[DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
fCERY. No. 167445
|k j iacobs and
EPHIXK JACOBS, his wife.
I MAMIE (illiDUNS, Plaintiffs,
J ASHLEY and I.FCY ASHLEY,
Iwlfe. et al, Defendants.
1 NOTICE TO APPEAR
* M ISIII.EY and bLVY
[ASHLEY, his w,te,
p Lyra
>eu-"it li m rhlgan
f-\ll- li Asin.KY and GENE
[A8HI.EY, hi, wi/.
I
fOIlEHTA SCHOP* and JOHN
LN ""li:, hor hnl,.,ii(i
I Office [lux 171
Iwanaiw.M. North Carolina
r-U I.IM I.YMA and ERNEST
[Ll DA, hi r husband
RMVervllle. North Carolina
PpDIE OUTLAW, a widow.
fl Office Box 471
pManna, North Carolina
TWrV?I!,A?J ;'"" virus
SM ART, his wife,
P'W Office go, 171
Pnoa, North Carolina.
>< l.nd. ,!,.,,, lBO ,he un.
Tu*m ,'!'\ dev|a^. legatees.
*. trustees, assignees, cred-
i.ieiiors. succeason In Inter-
biSi. "'. i"rs"ns claiming by,
rwn. under or against such of
bmi are dead, as heirs of B. B.
Iiy,, h "'"""'l: and "gainst his
t oini?lrB "nd any and all per-
ILflaltnlng any riht. title, or
' B. B. ASHLEY.
iiu ,;""' /'" ",her *roiis
Vna t.' rlBh'' U,le Interest.
, |J,f "" property involved in
[a -u1tKiK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ftO the II ''l lOUrt IO "''
I to-wh '"* ,lts'1 ibed prop-
!p-R and iti'ivV.V,". attorneys,
"* M" n 1 '."' ,2 01>'l'ls
' In the :. I"ri'1;. and file the
Lnr,'"it ','"' "f lhr Clerk of
Fistl,,> An- '. otherwise
win I?,* ;,L,.n* '! bUI of com.
" '"ken as confaaswd by
pi J? LEatherman.
By wm .' C,T"m Court
'"M W. 8TOCKJNO
~ V2-,.ltDtPU' Clark
Bill
been
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the ,UctlUwus name of
AL'S SELF SKItVTCE.AI'NDER-
ETTK. at r.lll KtuA W tTreet, in the
City of Hialeah,,,^'lerdii, Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit fleMit of Drtde County.
Florida. ,.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of March, 1854.
ELIAS SCHCLMAN
Sole Owner
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Attorney at Law
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4/8-18-23-30
IN tmJ,C.E0,?,Y publication
cN =v,HA-?,RCUIT COURT OF THE
^oV,ErN7H,JUD,C,AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
balvaM! CHANCERY.No^?*!
SALVATOKE MONTUORI. Plaintiff
HONK MONTfoRl, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE MONTI'ORI
9 Oickerson Street
Newark, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that
?.ih mp.la'"' '"r "ivorce has oeen
tllort against you, and you are requir-
es to serve a copy of your Answer or
i'''' "P ,V.Vthe. I"" >' Comptalnt on
vimL'" ,o.'.fr". Attorney, DAVID LE-
y'-NF- i23#11N-W. 12th Ave.. Miami.
Kla.. and file the original Answer or
I leading in the office of the Clerk of
the < Ircuit Court on or before the
3rd day of May, 1854. If you fall to do
so. iudgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
fach,..w.e.t'k for ,our consecutive weeks
In THE JKW1SH FI.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
florida, this 31st day of March, AD.
E. B. LEATHHRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
,. By C. GREEN.
KMtaRrMru ue"u^ci"k
Attorney for Plaintiff
Wt N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LORRAINE APARTMENT HOTEL,
at 2801 Collins Avenue, In the City of
Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade.
County, Florida, dated at Miami
Beach, Florida, this 5th day of April,
1K54.
JACOB SOLOMON
YETTA SOLOMON
MOBTIMKK .1. SOLOMON
ELEANOR 8, I UIKMI.AND
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Owners
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
4/9-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TAMIAM1 CABINET SHOP, at 2734
SW 2xth Lane, Miami 33. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JERRY KIRK
FRANK COHN
Atlurnev for Tamiuml Cabinet hhop
4/9-16-28-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage"ln
business under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY MOTKU at 7290 SW. 8th
Street, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Da SAM1KI. TCFSHINSKY
MORTON L. BEIOEL
Attorney for Applicant
19 W. Flngler St.
8/26 4/2-9-16______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS" HEREBY given that
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business UJldW the fictitious name of
RON AY IMI'OIIT. at 1456 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County, Mori.la.
NETTIE URBACH
3/26 4/2-9-16
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28539-A
UK: ESTATE OF
SAMl'EL 8. BACKS, rJeoeaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Disc-hargs. aj; l'-> at.
trices of the estate of SAMI EL h.
SACKS, deoeased; and that of, tne
19th clay of April 1954^ w111 SPPbr to
the Honorable W. F. BLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, H'-r-
Ida. for approval of said final repoil
ami for final dlliarge as ^'Vi\r}^
of the Estate of SAMUEL S. SACKS,
deceased. ... ,.-,
Thla 15th day of March. 19.>.
MAE J COHEN, formerly
Mac J. Seltser and
ADELAIDE COHEN
KOVNER MANNIIKIMER
Attorneys for Executrlces
8/18-26 4/2-9 ._________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the "tU'ou" name of
ACTIVE COLLECTION AOBNCY. at
*04 Hlmayne Building. Miami, Forlda
'ntend to register said name IIMJ'
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. c.muiw
ROBERT J. LEVMSON
MAX P. ENUEL
DAVID M. GONSHKK ...ncv
Attorney for Active Collection Agency
784 Blscayna Bid*.
/26 4/2-9-18 '
NOTICE UNDfR FICTITIOUS
NOTRE IK HEREBYW.>.VKN.that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fJl'tltlous name of
NIEL ONIELL TIE-BEAM FORM
ERECTORS, at 945 -VW. mh ^'h*
Intends to register said name with the
Ctark of the Circuit Court of Dade
^"'"mARUARET O NIELI. Owner
DeCOSTAS, MAER FLOYD
Attorneys for Ap>llcant
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HIGH FIDELITY ASSOCIATES, at
3888 Blscayne 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
HO.", Sevhold Blilg
4/2-8-16-23
SJsr"
*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VILLAGE PAINT & BODY WORKS,
at 7o6 E. 10th St., Hialeah. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit 'Court of Dade County,
Florida.
,. EDWARD R. SWEASY, Owner
GEORGE K. SCHI'I.Z
Attorney for Applicant
145 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictitloui name of
SUPER TACKING COMPANY, at 500'
north of Bherldao St Road, east of an
adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad
track. Broward County, Florida (no
street address) ALSO 13:11 s W. 72nd
Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HOLLYWOOD
SLAUGHTERHOUSE, INC.
K' iVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for
Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32246 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CARRIE MAE SMITH. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona 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 CARRIE MAE SMITH, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices ln the County Courthouse
ln 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 17, AD. 19.14.
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
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY: JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A
In He: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN,
I. ceftMd
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
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 RUBENSTEIN,
-,d 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 I>ade 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
tu and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. ._...
Date March 15, A.D. 19a4.
RAE RUBENSTEIN
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN,
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for F:xecutrlx
3/19-26 4/2-8_________^___
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164,275.
AGNES LITTLES, Plaintiff,
vs.
MILLARD LITTLES, Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN.THE NAME OF' THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO: MILLARD LITTLES,
c/o Ruby Johnson
3821 F'olson Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, thiough, under or against
MILLARD LITTLES;
AND ALSO, as to the above-named
defendant-Individual. If he be deceas-
ed, and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, 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 In the property 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 <) and Ten (10) In
Block Six (8) of D I X I E
HEIGHTS GARDENS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded
In Plat Book 21, at Page 32. of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
ln the above-named Court by the
above-named plaintiff for the purpose
of obtaining a divorce a vinculo matri-
monll of and from the defendant and
a fee simple interest ln the undivided
one-half Interest of the defendant,
MILLARD LITTLES, In and to the
property berelnabove and particular-
ly described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED and
required to file your appearance,
C' jading or answer in said suit on or
fore the 30th day of April, 1954, and
In default of such appearance, plead-
ing or answer a decree pro confesso
will be entered against you and each
of you. and judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Aiaanded BUI of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade County, Florida, this 29th day
of March, IK4,
E. B. LEATHHRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
I'.EN ESS'EN
Attorney for Plaintiff
MM Scvbold Building, Miami, Florida
4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ln
business under the fictitious name of
A. ABBOTT AWNING & FLAG CO.
(NOT INC.). and BU1LT-WKLL
AWNING I'D. (NOT INC.), at 133 SW.
22nd Avenue, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN SIHGKNI.SJRF
JOHN OLUCK
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1781 W. Flngler St.
4/2-9-16-^3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167741
DAVID WEISS. Plaintiff.
v.
FANNIE POLLAK WEISS, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: FANNIE POLLAK WEISS
208 So. Detroit Street
Los Angeles, California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file
the original Answer In the Office of
the Clerk f the Circuit Court on or
before the 3rd day of May, 1954: oth-
erwise the allegations of said Bill will
be taken as confessed against yon
Dated this 30th day of Maich. 1954.
K. Ft. LEATHKHMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
By: EUGENE J. WEISS, Esq.
Attorney for 1'lalntlff
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32441 B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
ROSE SNYDER. 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
eitRer of you, may have against the
estate of ROSE BNYTJER, deceased
late of Lucas County, Ohio, and Dade
County, Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
t.'ounty Courthouse ln 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 claim-
ant and to be sworn to and present, <1
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date March SO, A.D. 1951.
HENRY M. CAIN,
As Ancillary Administrator
C.T.A. of the Estate of
ROSE SNYDER, Deceased.
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Estat- of Rose Snyder
8811 W. Flagler St., Miami, Ha.
4/2-8-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 167258
SALOME GILBERT. Plaintiff
\i \itk~ a GILBERT, Defendant.
"NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARK O. GILBERT
150 Ocean Avenue
TOUTS' HKREBY^ NOTIFIED
that a BIU of Complaint for IHvoree
has been filed against you In the
Shove entitled cause and You are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the t lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th dav of April. 1954. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
^0'notice "hall be published once
each week for four consecutive, weeks
STtHF JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of March, MLeathKbMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
UyTWM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER A MULLOY
foV<>.,:oni,r.LrBjoliln,;f Miami. Florid.
3>A- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 28b8-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAM FRANK. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against BaM
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and i cq ill red to present any
claims ami demands which >ou. of
either o? you, may ban againai the
estate of SAM FRANK, deceased late
of New York County, New York, to
the Honorable County Judges of Made
Countv, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented aa aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March If, A.D. 19*4.____
// LAWRENCE J. FRANK,
As Ancillary Administrator
CTA of the Estate of
SAM FRANK, deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary
Administrator CTA
/28 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA REALTY & BUSINESS
BROKERS, at 235 W. Flagler St.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
" MAURICE SUSSMAN
KESSLER GABS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
8/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engitKe in
business under the fictitious name of
GULF HliTKL at 131", r.tli Street.
Miami Bearh, }'lot iria intends to reg-
i~ui said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JEROME 0. DANGER
4/9-16-23-30______________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEHEIIV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL UBORA-
TORY, at MM N B. Second Ave., Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD GEORGE SHAPIRO,
I Sole Owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2518 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
3/26 4/2-9-16 ________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167312
HOWARD WCLF. Plaintiff.
vs.
EMILY L. WI'LK, Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: EMILY L. WULF
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
to aerve a copy of your Answer or.
Pleading to the" Hill of Comptalnt on
the Pfilntlfri Attorney. HAROLD
TANN EN. 1009 Security Building, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19tb day of April, 1954. If
you fall to do so, Iudgment by default
will be tak.n against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 1? day of March. I" I
F:. B. LEATHKHMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W, BTOCKiNO,
1 >eputy Clerk
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1009 Security Building, Miami, Florida
3/19-26 4/2-9
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Cornerstone to be Laid for Agudath
Israel Institute at Ceremony on Sunday
A program is being prepared to ned is a second floor which will be
celebrate the cornerstone-laying of j built for six more class rooms and
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on for social functions.
Sunday. April 11th. at 3 p.m. Present officers are Hertz Weiss.
Hon. Mayor Abe Aronoviti, of president: Irving Pietrack and Em
Works by Youngfelt To be Heard Monday
advanced harmony, form and ana
,ysis. counterpoint and composi
the City of Miami, will be pnnci
pal speaker. Prominent communal
and civic leaders of the community
will participate, including Hon.
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, and many other digni-
taries.
Violinist, composer and conduc-
tor Irving Pietrack will participate
with his orchestra, featuring stage
and radio stars, headed by Leon
Schechter. director of the Cameo
Theatre; Gittel Stein, famous Yid-
dish actress; Sara C.ingold, Jewish
erich Weiss, vice presidents: Jacob
Karzen. treasurer. Isaac Hagen. fi-
nancial secretary; and Selig Zaret-
skv, secretary-
Dr. Goldmann to Discuss
Reparations Issues
NEW YORK (JTA> Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, left this week
for Paris. He will proceed to Israel
to discuss various problems with
hi
i the Israel Government. Alter nis
actress and interpreter of songs:; yisi| ,0 ,srae, Dr Goidmann will
' go to Bonn to confer with Chancel
lor Konrad Arenauer on the urg-
ency of regulating German legisla-
tion with regard to indemnifica-
tion for individual victims of the
Nazi regime.
Cantor Maurice Mamches, of Beth
David Congregation; and Cantor
Bernard Kelemer. of Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
The invocation will be delivered
by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Master of
ceremonies will be Sidney H. Pal-
mer, who is donating the corner-
stone. Carole d'Arcy will be at the
piano.
A seating capacity of 700 will be
available upon completion of the
new synagogue, with a balcony.
The present building will remain
as the Hebrew Institute, and plan-
"Hillbilly Hoedown" Due
Phi Sigma Tau Council will have
a -Hillbilly Hoedown" on Thurs-
day evening. April 15th, 8 p.m..
at the Town Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Architect's view of the new Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
building, cornerstone of which will be laid at ceremonies here
Sunday.
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+Ja*lslirk>rkna l '17 PAGE 3 A lin Memorial Features Modern Equipment taster plan for the Jewish Home of the Aged Jack Imorial Building, groundbreaking for which will on Sunday at 2 p.m., was developed by the firm Liberg and I-oewenberg, Chicago architects, and trach. of Miami, associate architect. Jgj m ," Korach explained here this week, "was to the finest facilities possible for residents of the [he complete scheme will accomodate 175 resig will face NE 32nd St., between 1st and The site, a full block in Douglas Gardens, is Ion the other side by NE 53rd st. lack Ablin Memorial Building will be connected .ell ramp to the existing main dining room and pected to Attend Groundbreaking lin Memorial Sunday Afternoon £t c X?~ ,, f ldin K Korach said that the floor P' an Uon n a Th 0 CheVr n J Which permits ,he P~Per orientslion of the rooms and other spaces." coJ he f er V u Ce W ng wU1 run t0 the west an < the living section to the east. The entire building will be air cond oned and heated. Since a good portion of the Ablin Bunding is devoted to service and public saojre large enough to serve when the other two floors are added, it will have 23 rooms accommodating 43 persons. Each room has semi-private bath facilities. According to Home officials, the first unit will contain completely equipped physical and occupational therapy rooms, medical center, administration offices, linen, air linutd from Pa 1 A Ity, especially in the age [65 years and over. "It is i that it has been planned om beginning to end with Mer Miami Jewish Federajcentral planning and funddy of the Jewish commu I said. J its present sorely inadefcilities, Home officials inhere that the institution i a leader among aged in J in Greater Miami in giv %  admission priority to th lly ill aged—the bedridder I chair cases—those who ked with pain and crippled i chronic ailments as rheuIrthritis %  Ablin Memorial will not Ivide for the Home with beds for the chronically facilities for the type of reive program which has had i results in institutions up |Col. Jacob M. Awry re|The beginnings of such a 1 have already been devellh the cooperation of the ktaff of Mount Sinai Hospi|the social workers of the ocial Service Bureau and Jock Abl.n F'r Miami Jewish Center. Pome's leadership, although l"f the importance of inth ."I! 0 h ,s ,he lirm con Flat the overwhelming ma1 the aged are primarily in helpi and services which mit inom to remain in the [.community. David Phillips P n n do Hirsch Meyer said p that the Home has therer'„ r 'P'atedly upon the yom m u nity -to initiate an V noninstitutional program lZ IK a P^firam needed ill ur senior c 't' z ens *hich will benefit them Iw7 and wil1 >e considI'ess costly than institul a Program would encomI nu^'r carc hom medi|o ccu n S servi <*. geriatric r housekeep.ng and homeFeS, ex,ensivea "dvar. \CS ;' nd cultural p^ %  are 1 P plans ( <> initiate l ,h ffi n a n ; upon ~>Pehitin, M omorial Th ose f Uln 8 list of the Home and others who qualify will be afforded the opportunity to spend the entire day at the Home, participating in the varied program, having their meals there, receiving medical and nursing care when necessary and then returning to their homes in the community in the evening. As part of this program, the leaders of the Home are giving considerable thought to an outdoor pavilion where those in the day care activity will be able to have their two-hour rest period on cots is do the residents of the Home. Donald Owen,Ablin. son of Mrs. Jack Ablin, will attend the groundbreaking certmonies Sunday of the memorial unit named in memory of his father, the late Jack Ablin, who passed away in November. 1952. He will be accompanied by his mother and sister, Mrs. Marvin Schero. of Coral Gables. The 20-year-old junior at Harvard graduated from Choate School, Connecticut, cum laude. conditioning and storage rooms. A small dining room and kitchen will occupy the service wing. For private study and reading, a separate library and sitting room will be located opposite the entry lounge. Each sleeping room will have an exterior door opening into an exterior, protected terrace. There will be no steps throughout the structure. "All elevations in walkways will be achieved by ramps," Korach explained. Elevators will be installed to serve the upper floors when they are built. Home officials said that in order to insure the maximum safety for residents, the structure wilt be of fireproof construction and equipped with sprinkler system, auxiliary power, safety hand rails and audiovisual call system. Dr. McClamma to Serve Second Term on Board Miami eye specialist Dr. C. E. McClamma will enter his second successive term as a member of the Florida State Board of Optometry, regulating agency for the eye care profession in the state, when the group meets here this week. Dr. McClamma, who moved to Miami in 1932, was reappointed to the Board by Acting Gov. Charlie Johns. He has practiced in the Little River area for the past 10 years. 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PAGE 12 B *Mlstfk>rkKatf Greater Miami Hadassah to Mark Youth Aliyah Day at Functions Here Monday The 12 member groups of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will celebrate '•World's Jewish Child's Day" on Monday. April 12th. with 1 series of luncheon and card parties to be held through-, j ut the Creator* Mia"" Miami -area. Funds raised through these parties will goUoward the support of the Youth Aliyah movement Chairman of the event is Mrlack Davis, chapter vice Drevidonl in charge of Youth Aliyah here. •Through Youth Aliyah. 62.000 children have been rescued from Europe and the Far Baal and brought to Israel for rehabilitation and resettlement." Mrs. Davil explained. "Far greater funds are needed to continue to bring out those children still in the ghettos of North Africa. Middle East and in Eastern Europe. Deborah Croup will hold a serial of luncheons and card parties at the homes of members, with Mrs David Levinson acting as chairman Hannah Senesch Croup is slating | a luncheon at 12 noon on Monday in the Sans Souci Hotel Mrs. Jack J. Fay will be chairman. Mount Scopus Hadassah will observe "World's Jewish Child's Day" at its regular monthly meeting on Monday. April 12th, in the Beth David Synagogue. Miami, at 1:30 p.m. Henrietta Szold Group will hold a luncheon on Honda] April 12th. 12 noon, at the Grossinger I'ancoast Hotel A program is planned, according {•> MrMrCharles Alter, chairman. I-raeli Had.i--ah has scheduled a light luncheon at 12 noon on Mon lay in the Bel Aire Hotel. Miami lleach. Mrs Jo-eph Kantor. proMrs. Jcck Davis gram chairman, will present a playlet featuring Mrs Bernard SteveQI and Mrs. Alfred Stone Mrs. Erwin Stein and Mrs Alex Kogan are co-chairman of the day Members of Naomi Group of Ha r!;i.--ah will attend a luncheon to be given by the Menorah Group at l.a Rue Restaurant. Miami Beach The group will aNo hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday. April 12th. 8 30 p.m at the Town Restaurant. Miami Highlighting the evening will be a talk by Rabbi Morris Skop on "Passover and Family Life.' Plans for a dinner and dance to be held later in the month will be discussed. (complete and S^ependMe <3i//e Service M IAMI TITLC & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! Title Insurance Policies ef Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. Capital, Surplus & Reserve. fxceeW $J,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 SPACE NOW RENTING (OFFICE and STORE) 1400 N.W. 36th STREET Space in this new. modern, air conditioned building of the Allapaltah Branch office of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami is now available to select tenants. Elevator service to offices on the second floor is provided. Part of the second floor space has wet columns designed for members of the medical profession. The Allapattah Branch of the Miami Public Library will soon occupy space on the ground floor. Other space suitable for exclusive shops is still available. LARGE FREE OFF-STRf ET PARKING AREA DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION iWaucsjicw^-: • For Information Inquire — Mr. Butcher or Mr. Tigar, Dade Federal Savings. 1440 N.W. 36th Street — Phone 65-6448. BROKERS PROTECTED Hi. I 'h.um Weizman Group of Hadassah arill have a "Greenback Shower" for Hadassah Suppi.<..t the home of Mr Harold Hurwitz ISO \\V 22nd ave on Sunday. April 11th. from 2 30 to 5 p.m. Mrmirry' Komfield, chairman ,, uii. MI the afternoon. Qne <>( ,i„. feature! will be %  M cr Ml oenteati MiNal Waldman. president of the Shaloma Croup ol Hadassah, snnounees :< luncheon on Monday. April 12th. 12 noon, al the Kmprcss Hotel. Guest -peaker for the Youth Aliyah program will be Anna Brenn, i Meyers, active m civic, cultural and philanthropic life here. The Shaloma Group will also present Arnold Simbasso of the London and the San Carlo Opera comjanuHa will be accompanied by Olga | Bibor Stern, concert pianist. Mrs. Samuel Lepnw is chairman of the event. Co-chairman is Mrs. | Joseph Rappaport. also in charge of j vocational education. Stephen S. Wise Group of Hahassah will celebrate "World's Jewish Child's Day" with a Youth Aliyah brunch at the Monte Carle Hotel on Monday, April 12th. 11:30 am Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Entertainment will be by Joseph Schreibman and soloist Ruth Ann Kraye. The I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah will hold an all games party in celebration of "World's Jewish Child's Day" on Tuesday evening, April 13th, 8 p.m.. at the Cromwell Hotel. In charge of reservations are Miss Bess Lovitz. Miss Lillian Goodman and Mrs. Rose Goldner. Herzl Group of Hadassah will commemorate "Jewish Child's Day" with a Youth Aliyah dessert lunch on Monday. April 12th. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Raymond Goodman. 3681 Flamingo Drive. Mesdames Leo Chaikin. Arnold Seeder and Joseph Cherner are in charge of arrangements. Guest soloist wlill be Mary Wynn, soprano. Menorah Group of Hadassah will Builders of Immertal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Sto'uJVhiU Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKFRS S40.00 PT.US CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3241 Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with The Dtnn *f j.wi.ti C.mm,ntnttn MORRIS NASATTR IVtlYSUNDAY rr.m •30 L 11 -JB ListM T# Oer New Feetvre UH IS JJT 4 MfAM Proceeds for CJA Teen age dance will be held on Saturday evening, April 10th, 8 p.m., at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch Kappa Tau. a girls' friend ship club, will sponsor the dance and will feature the selection of a h-.'d a, "Wwrld'* Iewi.'£ and it will be told day by day "g^l and other column. • P oW *'Sd0* 1 paid for by your loyal friend. ^J^jdl W.wlaVyouwall,Gavarnor^-J^,l bloaa you fcr the fine man we KNO *' YOUR OADE COUNTY COMMIT^ Who KNOWS you ore— H4*urter: 120 S.E. 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IAY, APRIL 9, 1954 ai ,l Complaint Bronmht tb UX -JmlsJithrSdkvi PAGE 5 A Lntinuad from !••• 1 A Jordanian guilt by asking the Ejty Council to devote its >tL to one oi the isolated con Inces of Jordanian aggression ) U i examining this aggression | general terms," he****" Mously. a formal comblaml foedwit h the Security Coflncil by Lebanon, acting'for Jordan, condemning Israel for the attack on the Jordanian village of Nahalin. The Lebanese letter, addressed to Security Council* chairman Andrei Y. Vishinsky, asked for "urgent consideration" of a "flagftnt breach" of the Israel JoV.1an armtetfce agreement: "'""' .. 1 i,',: if. .1, IHH...II ,Hl ii '-TT i *l'' Jordan had notified the United Nations by cable of the attack on the villae and had accused "Israeli military armed forces" of rei sponsibility. | In a letter this week to Security General Dag Hammarskjold, Mr. I Eban charged Jordan with repudiating the armistice agreement by its reftfsWtb attend the conference 1 convo ked by the Secretary General. Ambassador Abba Eban drew three conclusions from Jordan's action: Jordan does not respect its international obligations and is not prepared to honor an agreement to which it has set its bana Jordan does not consider itself bound by the general armistice agre*m?ift 1 s' S whole, but regards itself as free to decide which provisions of that agreement it snail ignore. This is surely tantanfc %  %  • to a repudiation by Jordan of the agreement. Jordan is aware of the acute tensions which have availed Orr its border with Israel for several years and especially in recent months, as a result of its repeated incursions and attacks on Israeli life ''So full-bodied and delicious ... good to the last drop!" -Cantor Leibele Waldman "So rich in taste with pure coffee goodness ...' —Cantor Moishe Oysher At the Seder... on the Sabbath... morning, noon and • night throughout the holidays INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE IS THE CANTORS'CHOICE! PASSO VE R BUDS. Far more Jewish people enjoy the rich, full-bodied, pore coffee flavor of Instant Maxwell House than any other brand. It's the one and only Kosher for Passover Instant Coffee with that famous .. • Strictly supervised by RANI HERSCH KOHN A rlOOUCT Of GrNEIAl FOODS GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-DROP" FLAVOR



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APRIL 9, 1954 LEGAL N0TIC1 -JmrisiifhrldUon PAGE 15 B -^ERjnCT.tlOU. f %  .Ld ilcdiing to enjl in I ^V'sil S a. 1041 Washing, Beach, Intend, to Ij'Sf with the Cleric of BJ'S of Dade County. NATHAN RUBENSTEIN kwiN LIPTgH t fur AiMillfant Ln R.I.. Miami Beaoh &C E E S? UNT XO. F I L ^ 'i. C W. IIAli. Plaintiff r. inn'HAR, Defendant. tVcE BY PUBLICATION GlIA.M nW.'HAR fBryanl Avenue fekB HEREBY NOTIFIED L A H of Complaint for Divorce K filed against you In the Entitled cause and you are Stifled l" "rive a copy of your 1,0 the Hi" of ComptalDt on i, attorneys, and fl e the;r|the office of 'he Clerk of tEe Vroiirt on "r before the HO lAurll lM: otherwise, a De,M Confesso will be entered JicV shall be published once -it for four consecutive week* rjEWISH KI.OKIDIAN. J it Miami, Florida, thla 22nd %  "?? %  K'T.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING, [XpUtf Clerk LT 8II.VKR Ml'LLOY ,vi for Plaintiff fcgress Hldg.. Miami, Fla. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167806 JOSEPH H. KLBINWICHK, aliknown B8 JOZEP KI.KINWUHS TB 1'lalntlff SINA Bl'RSTEIN KLEINWICIIS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !" TO: B1NA RITRHTEIN KLKINWirils residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY N< ITIF'1 KM that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above entltli-il caUM and you are hereby required to nerve a copy of your Answer to the Ulll of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney*., and file the original in the office of the Clerk of th Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of May, 1854, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH KL-ORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of April, 1854. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Coon By M. C. dREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clark PALLOT. SILVER ML'LLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress Bid*-., Miami, Flu. 4/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE %  ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fci-F IS HEREBY C.IVEN that Irrslgncd. desiring to engage in %  under Ihe fictitious name of 01 FKANCINK, at 530 NW Ivenue. Miami, Dade County, [nirinlM to register said name '. Clerk "f ihe circuit Court of founiy, Florida. [CATHERINE M. KITTLE. (Sole I iwnert lY M CAIN v for Applicant Flash r Si.. Miami, Fla. I .'-I'-IO ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fcCE lHEREBY C.IVEN that der-icri, .1 • 1 -— 11 ing to engage In j under Ihe fictitious name of %  FENCE LAND •.. at 6 N.W. Miami, Florida, Intends Hater said name with the Clerk Tcinuli Conn of Dade County, HARRY L. DAVIS lEY I! KI.F.IN )y for Harry I.. Davis %  came lliiilding, Miami, Florida I Ml ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW BCE is HEREBY GIVEN that rierslgned, desiring to engage ln In tindei Hi,' fictitious name of EXGO TEXTILES 4 CU8H1 ai IS S I: lsth Street. Miami, Intend.'to register said name %  the Clerk of the Circuit Court n> Count\, Florida. JLAMINUO TKXTILES, INC., a Florida %  arporalion, I Sole Owm f'T. SILVER St Ml'LLOY keys f.,r H.unlngo Textiles, Inc. T — t :'-> 4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND [DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN fCERY. No. 167445 |K j IACOBS and EPHIXK JACOBS, his wife. I MAMIE (illiDUNS, Plaintiffs, J ASHLEY and I.FCY ASHLEY, Iwlfe. et al, Defendants. 1 NOTICE TO APPEAR M ISIII.EY and bLVY [ASHLEY, his w,te, p Lyra >eu-"it li M rhlgan f-\llli Asin.KY and GENE [A8HI.EY, hi, wi/. I fOIlEHTA SCHOP* and JOHN L N ""li:, hor hnl,.,ii ( i I Office [lux 171 Iwanaiw.M. North Carolina r-U I.IM I.YMA and ERNEST [Ll DA, hi r husband RMVervllle. North Carolina PpDIE OUTLAW, a widow. fl Office Box 471 pManna, North Carolina TWrV?I!, A ?J ; '"" VIRUS SM ART, his wife, P'W Office go, 171 Pnoa, North Carolina. >< %  l.nd. ,!,.„,,, „ lBO he un TU*M ,'!'\ dev| a^. legatees. %  *. trustees, assignees, credi.ieiiors. succeason In InterbiSi. "'. i" r s "ns claiming by, rwn. under or against such of BM i are dead, as heirs of B. B. Iiy !" ,, h "'"" %  "' l: and "gainst his t oi n i„? lrB nd any and all perILflaltnlng any ri „ht. title, or % %  B. B. ASHLEY. !" iiu ,„;""' /'" ,her *roiis Vna t.' rlBh '' U,le % %  Interest. |J,f ""• property involved in [a -u1t K i K HER EBY NOTIFIED ftO the II '•' l lOUrt IO •"'' I to-wh '"* ,lts 1 ibed prop!p -R and iti'ivV.V,". attorneys, "* %  M" n 1 • %  '."' ,2 01 >'l'ls In the :. I ri 1 ;. and file the L nr, '"it %  „','"'• f lhr Clerk of Fistl,,„„> An '. otherwise win I?,* ; L n %  bUI of com. %  '"ken as confaaswd by pi J? LEAT HERMAN. By WM .' C,T m Court '" M W. 8TOCKJNO ~ V2-,. lt DtPU Clark Bill been NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the ,UctlUwus name of AL'S SELF SKItVTCE !" .AI'NDERETTK. at r.lll KtuA W tTreet, in the City of Hialeah,,,^'lerdii, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit fleMit of Drtde County. Florida. ,. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th day of March, 1854. ELIAS SCHCLMAN Sole Owner FREDERICK N. BARAD Attorney at Law 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 4/8-18-23-30 IN TMJ ,C E 0 ,?, Y PUBLICATION c N =v, H A-? ,RCUIT COURT OF THE ^o V E r N 7 H JUD,C,AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE BALVAM! CHANCERY.No^?*! SALVATOKE MONTUORI. Plaintiff HONK MONTfoRl, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROSE MONTI'ORI 9 Oickerson Street Newark, New Jersey You are hereby notified that ?.I„H mp la '"' '" r "ivorce has oeen tllort against you, and you are requires to serve a copy of your Answer or i'''' "P ,V.V the I "" •>' Comptalnt on VIML'" ,o.'. fr ". Attor ney, DAVID LEy'NF i 23 #11 N -W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Kla.. and file the original Answer or I leading in the office of the Clerk of the < Ircuit Court on or before the 3rd day of May, 1854. If you fall to do so. iudgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once f ach ,.. w e t k for ,our consecutive weeks In THE JKW1SH FI.OKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, florida, this 31st day of March, AD. E. B. LEATHHRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida ,. B y •*• C. GREEN. KM t aRrMr u ue u ^ c i k Attorney for Plaintiff Wt N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fla. 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LORRAINE APARTMENT HOTEL, at 2801 Collins Avenue, In the City of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade. County, Florida, dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this 5th day of April, 1K54. JACOB SOLOMON YETTA SOLOMON MOBTIMKK .1. SOLOMON ELEANOR 8, I UIKMI.AND HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Owners 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 4/9-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TAMIAM1 CABINET SHOP, at 2734 SW 2xth Lane, Miami 33. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JERRY KIRK FRANK COHN Atlurnev for Tamiuml Cabinet hhop 4/9-16-28-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage"ln business under the fictitious name of HOLIDAY MOTKU at 7290 SW. 8th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Da • at. trices of the estate of SAMI EL H. SACKS, deoeased; and that of, tne 19th clay of April 1954^ w111 SPPbr to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, H'-rIda. for approval of said final repoil ami for final dlliarge as ^'Vi\ r }^ of the Estate of SAMUEL S. SACKS, deceased. ... ,.-, Thla 15th day of March. 19.>. MAE J COHEN, formerly Mac J. Seltser and ADELAIDE COHEN KOVNER MANNIIKIMER Attorneys for Executrlces 8/18-26 — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the "••tU'ou" name of ACTIVE COLLECTION AOBNCY. at *04 Hlmayne Building. Miami, Forlda 'ntend to register said name IIMJ' Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C.MUIW ROBERT J. LEVMSON MAX P. ENUEL DAVID M. GONSHKK ...ncv Attorney for Active Collection Agency 784 Blscayna Bid*. /26 — 4/2-9-18 NOTICE UNDfR FICTITIOUS NOTRE IK HEREBY W .>.VKN.that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fJl'tltlous name of NIEL ONIELL TIE-BEAM FORM ERECTORS, at 945 -VW. mh ^'h* Intends to register said name with the Ctark of the Circuit Court of Dade ^"'"MARUARET O NIELI. Owner DeCOSTAS, MAER FLOYD Attorneys for Ap>llcant LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HIGH FIDELITY ASSOCIATES, at 3888 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT GREENBERG and „ L ARRY KASSMAN, Owners ROBERT M. DEEHL Attorney for Applicants HO.", Sevhold Blilg 4/2-8-16-23 SJsr" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VILLAGE PAINT & BODY WORKS, at 7o6 E. 10th St., Hialeah. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit 'Court of Dade County, Florida. „„,. EDWARD R. SWEASY, Owner GEORGE K. SCHI'I.Z Attorney for Applicant 145 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictitloui name of SUPER TACKING COMPANY, at 500' north of Bherldao St Road, east of an adjoining Seaboard Airline Railroad track. Broward County, Florida (no street address) ALSO 13:11 s W. 72nd Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOLLYWOOD SLAUGHTERHOUSE, INC. K' iVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Hollywood Slaughterhouse, Inc. 3/19-26 — 4/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32246 B In Re: ESTATE OF CARRIE MAE SMITH. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona 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 CARRIE MAE SMITH, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices ln the County Courthouse ln 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 17, AD. 19.14. 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 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY: JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32301-A In He: ESTATE OF WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN, I. ceftMd To All Creditors and All Persons Haying 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 RUBENSTEIN, -,d 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 I>ade 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 tu and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. ._... Date March 15, A.D. 19a4. RAE RUBENSTEIN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM RUBENSTEIN, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for F:xecutrlx 3/19-26 — 4/2-8 _^___ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 164,275. AGNES LITTLES, Plaintiff, vs. MILLARD LITTLES, Defendant NOTICE TO APPEAR IN.THE NAME OF' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: MILLARD LITTLES, c/o Ruby Johnson 3821 F'olson Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, thiough, under or against MILLARD LITTLES; AND ALSO, as to the above-named defendant-Individual. If he be deceased, and all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, 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 In the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more particularlydescribed as follows: Lots Nine <) and Ten (10) In Block Six (8) of D I X I E HEIGHTS GARDENS, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 21, at Page 32. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed ln the above-named Court by the above-named plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining a divorce a vinculo matrimonll of and from the defendant and a fee simple interest ln the undivided one-half Interest of the defendant, MILLARD LITTLES, In and to the property berelnabove and particularly described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED and required to file your appearance, C jading or answer in said suit on or fore the 30th day of April, 1954, and In default of such appearance, pleading or answer a decree pro confesso will be entered against you and each of you. and judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Aiaanded BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 29th day of March, IK4, E. B. LEATHHRMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk I'.EN ESS'EN Attorney for Plaintiff MM Scvbold Building, Miami, Florida 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of A. ABBOTT AWNING & FLAG CO. (NOT INC.). and BU1LT-WKLL AWNING I'D. (NOT INC.), at 133 SW. 22nd Avenue, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN SIHGKNI.SJRF JOHN OLUCK KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 1781 W. Flngler St. 4/2-9-16-^3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167741 DAVID WEISS. Plaintiff. v. FANNIE POLLAK WEISS, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: FANNIE POLLAK WEISS 208 So. Detroit Street Los Angeles, California YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk f the Circuit Court on or before the 3rd day of May, 1954: otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against yon Dated this 30th day of Maich. 1954. K. Ft. LEATHKHMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR., (Seal) Deputy Clerk By: EUGENE J. WEISS, Esq. Attorney for 1'lalntlff One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32441 B In Re: ESTATE OF' ROSE SNYDER. 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 eitRer of you, may have against the estate of ROSE BNYTJER, deceased late of Lucas County, Ohio, and Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the t.'ounty Courthouse ln 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 present, <1 as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March SO, A.D. 1951. HENRY M. CAIN, As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate of ROSE SNYDER, Deceased. HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Estatof Rose Snyder 8811 W. Flagler St., Miami, Ha. 4/2-8-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 167258 SALOME GILBERT. Plaintiff \i \itk~ a GILBERT, Defendant. "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARK O. GILBERT 150 Ocean Avenue TOUTS' HKREBY^ NOTIFIED that a BIU of Complaint for IHvoree has been filed against you In the Shove entitled cause and You are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file the original In the office of the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th dav of April. 1954. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered %  ^0 !" 'notice "hall be published once each week for four consecutive, weeks STTHF JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of March, M LEATHK BMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court UyTWM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER A MULLOY foV <> ,: oni r.LrBjoliln ;f Miami. Florid. 3>A- ou. of either o? you, may ban againai the estate of SAM FRANK, deceased late of New York County, New York, to the Honorable County Judges of Made Countv, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March If, A.D. 19*4. // LAWRENCE J. FRANK, As Ancillary Administrator CTA of the Estate of SAM FRANK, deceased MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator CTA /28 — 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA REALTY & BUSINESS BROKERS, at 235 W. Flagler St.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MAURICE SUSSMAN KESSLER GABS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. 8/26 — 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engitKe in business under the fictitious name of GULF HliTKL at 131", r.tli Street. Miami Bearh, }'lot iria intends to regi~ui said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME 0. DANGER 4/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEHEIIV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL UBORATORY, at MM N B. Second Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD GEORGE SHAPIRO, I Sole Owner) HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2518 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 3/26 — 4/2 -9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167312 HOWARD WCLF. Plaintiff. vs. EMILY L. WI'LK, Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: EMILY L. WULF You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or. Pleading to the" Hill of Comptalnt on the Pfilntlfri Attorney. HAROLD TANN EN. 1009 Security Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19tb day of April, 1954. If you fall to do so, Iudgment by default will be tak.n against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 1? day of March. I" I F:. B. LEATHKHMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By WM. W, BTOCKiNO, 1 >eputy Clerk HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1009 Security Building, Miami, Florida 3/19-26 — 4/2-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jmlst> Meridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guar ante e accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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IY. AP RIL 9, 1954 m Business, Professional Division Junteers Slate Party at West view lunteers in the Combined Jew< + kUtrk^irti^ inpe.il Business and Porfet I Division will be honored at a ail party and dinner dance in festview Country Club on gdav evening, April 15th, 7 [according to division chairSam J. Heiman. ne 400 trades workers are exU to attend the affair. A proj of music and entertainment knned. h e devoted wives of our CJA Steers deserve special common for their infinite paand understanding during ving days of the campaign," lao stated. "For many weeks %  have adjusted their home life [social schedules to permit num time for campaigning in [ of the Combined Jewish Apmany cases, they proved of jinal Play to be : at Gables Center .ding of an original three-act "The Arena of Life," will be nted at a meeting of the Dy: Psychological Society on day evening, April 15th, 8:30 [at the Coral Gables Jewish fer. t play is by Herbert H. HutEnd will be directed by Julie fcr. Cast includes Kay Ettinger, f Braim. Anita Long, Gus Dana "rank Meyer. jic will be provided by Tomlookas and his orchestra. invaluable assistance to their husbands doing clerical work and other countless tasks so necessary in canvassing. This occasion will afford the entire trades corps an excellent opportunity to take, stock of their campaign efforts and to meet socially at the close of a successful drive." y The Trades Division annually has the toughest chore in the CJA drive in view of the unprecedented mushrooming of new industries and trades in the Dade County area which require special solicitation, Heiman explained. The division quota was nearly half of the total campaign goal this year. Temple Beth Sholom Plans Annual Seder Temple Beth Sholom will hold a traditional Seder in its banquet hall, on Saturday evening, April 17th, at 6i45 p.m., following the regular holiday service slated for 6 p.m., according to an announcement by Ralph Spero, Temple president. "In accordance with our policy at Beth Sholom," Spero said, "our Seder will be open to out-of-town visitors, as well as our own members." The Seder will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer, with organist Hy Fried furnishing the musical accompaniment. iers in the Business and Professional Division of the Comlewish Appeal, Lee Lebow and Lee Simkins, join diI chairman Sam J. Heiman (right) in announcing that has raised $1,000,000 towards the 1954 campaign goal. For the Sabbath and every occasion when only the best is good enough! MANISCHEWITZ America's FavorlU KOSHER WINE WMttl Ut WTlti IT MMtti WME CSWMT.Mt, M lUtttW. MMTN. I. L u fxetohrt Dirtrlmetete NATIONAL WINES. INC. *AM IUML rm. MMM 34731 PAGE 3B U Takt Part in Festival Shirley Berlin, of Shirt's Folk Dance Studio, and Bernie Sager, ballroom dance teacher, will participate in a "Festival of Nations" at Dade County Auditorium on Friday evening, when they present a medley of Israeli dances. Or. J. C. Schneider Schneider Named New President of Optometry Group Miami Beach eye specialist Dr. S. G. Scheinder is new president of the Southeast Florida Optometric Association, heading the group's roster of officers for 1954 installed Monday night in annual ceremonies held at Al's 414 Restaurant. Other officers assuming posts at the installation dinner include Drs. Robert C. Garvin, Miami, 1st vice president; Chester Rotter, South Miami, 2nd vice president; Thomas Hall, South Miami, 3rd vice president; Robert I. Tanner, South Miami, reelected secretary; and Bernhacd Speigal, Coconut Grove, treasurer. The new SFOA president, who suceeds Dr. William Koblentz of Miami, is secretary of the Florida Optometric Association and editor of the "state group's bi-monthly journal. Dr. Schneider also is president of the International Academy of Optometric Contact Lens Practitioners, past president of the Miami Beach Optimist Club and the Miami Beach Jaycees, a member of the Board of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and chairman of the teen-age committee of the Beach Branch GMJCC. The SFOA includes 67 eye specialists from Dade and Broward counties. '^PRODUCTS fJUNE -Bed BUTTER MARGARINE BIG PASSOVER COFFEE FROM KOSHER FOR PASSOVER B0RDENS Sirklly luptivi—d by Rabbi S. toikin and Rabbi S. Winagnao Now of your grocer's in the tame familiar jar. Magnified cross-sections ihow big difference In instant coffees. OTHIRS o •abbfet fillaf wirfc mirmntofct b.'S alt *M eerTea. tOROIN'S Ffaver eryileli af iUd cafNa-aa air-aa" This difference meant a richer cup of eof. fee every time-new Bordon't give* you up to 33% MORI FLAVOR. NEWS! NOW! A coffee so different from af / other instants that ever/ spoonful gives you up to ... 33% MORE FLAVOR! 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iv APRIL 9, 1954 .man Court Aqulta 20 Nazis -rkable loss of memory in the asserting they stand, not remember" details ",hey had included in signed Uents two and three years 0„i y one witness, consciencestricken and now biin^ former member of the-battalion, testified as be had done previously. The court ruled him incorrtjletant. One of the major potty^t h e indictment wrt thtrt'thp.**) had executed 100 male and Isriemale %  u Jews as hostages for the "murder" of one Nazi, a "murder" which it wa proved never occurred. It was also noted that the commander of the unit had instructed the men always to shoot to Kill when firing at Jews, else it "did not pay to use gasoline" as they rode through the ghetto. The court, in acquitting the defendants, said that in view of their educational level they were not conscious of the illegality of their acts, nor could the prosecution refute their assertions that it was "customary" to shoot nostages, and that they were under compulsion to participate in such shootings and execution*., ^_ PAG E9A Harris is Chairman Model Seder will be given for children of the Religious School* in the new educaticr.al building of the West Miami Jewish Center on Sunday morning, April 11th, at 10:30 a.m. The service will be conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Morris Harris, chairman of the Religious Committee. SEDER AND ALL THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS... .'"' %  A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES MAXWELL HOUSE THE ORIGINAL PASSOVER COFFEE S£RVED BLACK or with cream... no other coffee in the world pleases the Yiddish Ta'am like freshly ground, vacuum packed Maxwell House... because there is no other goodness on oarth like its rich aroma and taste. That's why Jewish people everywhere agree thot its "Good to the Last Drop' flavor means: Certified by KAMI HERSCH KOHN of New York ii TA'AM VOS AINS IN DER VEIX! t. • / #. If /• APtOOUCTOf G£NE*MFOCeS* m



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k 9, 1954 +Jewlslirk)rMlan PAGE 13 B .lilies Reached on M-Day; [$52,000 Total in GM Division than 3.500 families .Miami area in bcnmbincd Jewish Apbneral Mobilization Jugh! their Division realization on Sun| t h when "M" day previous contribujeneral Mobilization I ho Krand total 'to $52,000. chairman Fred K. fsher of the Jewish gifts. Kanner and Shochct called the one-day canvassing effort the "greatest humanitarian drive in the history of the CJA campaign in Dade County." Campaign leaders urge families who have not been contacted to make contributions either directly to Combined Jewish Appeal headquarters at 420 Lincoln Road, meszanine, Miami Beach, or by phoning the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 58-4331. Hadassah Members Edges arc still comLl division total will lie lor several days." Id figure of S52.000 Alerted for Radio Affair [secured in this divi8 r's campaign, npaign chairman visited all "M" tiers throughout the his radio address to 8:30 a.m. over station |is particularly effeclone-day drive were | en Jewish War Vetnal Council of JewJewish Homo for the fry. Alpha Epsllon Pi Ithe University of Mii others. lended thanks and apthe many hundreds fcho helped make "M" k Mr. and Mrs. Louis ind members of the Friendship Club of the b. Greater Miami JewIty Center, were comIheir devoted efforts. Farr delivered a lover station WMBM. b volunteers to pari drive and asking all ly at home. A similar I by Miami area chairChertkof, speaking PYMIE. I stream of volunteers pg back to their area in the afternoon to progress reports and Four thousand members of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah have been alerted to have their radios tuned to station WMBM on Sunday, April 11th, when the Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida will present a special broadcast aimed at Hadassah participation, according to Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of-thr^NF Council. ^Guests on the special broadcast between 12:30 and 2rW p.m. a**24 PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING LT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH iWI i5> y* ~' J WWrf\^\ ^v^/v^\'-'W-'W" aaaj 1 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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LmAY. APRIL 9, 1954 freWc* rtnr*gH0% Johns Names Wien lo Hospital Group 4c(ing Governor Charley E. Ilohns IK>announced the appointment ot Leonard A wien as a mcm tjL r „[ Ihe Board of the Florida m '.,. iiM.piial AUvuory Committee. topn-wniing Hia fourth T'ongres-> L.ral Pi-tricl. I motion of the Hospital Advis-, omniittee is to give technical 1 mce to the State ImproveInH/it Commission in its dealings, L '(he state's a^ent, with federal Authorities on the distribution of federal funds for hospital construction. Johns explained. Wien is president of the cancer Institute of Miami and has served tor three terms. He is also treasurer and trustee of Mount Sinai hVpital in Miami Beach, a memer of the Citizens Advisory Board if the University of Miami, a director and former vice president of |he Lincoln Road Association. He is director of Temple Israel. Iliami. and director of Temple pir.anu-EI, Miami Beach. He is a director of the Greater lliami Hotel Association, member of the \\ estview Country Club, k graduate of New York University, pnd he and his family have resided nhisarea for 19 years. PAGE 5B Shown signmg a certificate of incorporation for the new Beth Israel Congregation are (left to right) Martin Genet. Morris Weinstein. president. Circuit Court Judge Marshall C. Wisehart, Samuel Sakols, vice president, and Isadore Friedman, treasurer. lauzin to Head ihoiem Loilav rvin Kauzin was named president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at a recent meeting of the organizaIi Joseph Ray vis was elected pri.-idem-elect. Others chosen were Sanford Bwerdlin and Stanley Caidin, vice presidents: Bernard Liberman. treasurer: Alan Kessler, corresjonding secretary; Dr. M. A. Kleijnar., recording secretary'; Edward Klein, financial secretary; Robert Lewison, warden. Gilbert B. Schwartz, assistant marten: Edward S. Roth, monitor; 1 i Bakst. assistant monitor; Hilton Sadoff. guardian; and Alex Douglis. Sam Friedman, Louis Gor M r 'Bernard Kohn, Bernard'Newlark and Bernard Liberman^rusMIAMI BEACH SURFSWE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Arc" Ph. 5-3312 Ph. 86-6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfs ide HABERDASHEKY 30th Year on Miami teach Rokeach Offers 55 Passover Products Now that the Jewish housewife is thinking and planning for the Passover holidays, Rokeach, manufacturer of "Qualilty Products Since 1870," is offering 55 kosher products for Passover. Rokeach's variety of products are a boon to housewifes. The rich "winey" Borscht can be served hot or cold, with meat or milk dishes. Truly a Borscht that has never been equalled for sheer appeal; the luscious Gefillte Fish, from a famous old-fashioned recipe, spaced just perfectly; and the new golden-rich chicken soups, with fluffy katso eluded in every home is Nyafat pure all-vegetable shortening to make those light, free from grease, traditional Passover dishes such as Matzo Brei, Matzo Meal Pancakes and the other hundred and one uses for this reliable product. —S.T. Television Film Will Highlight Combined Appeal Needs Greater Miami Jewish Federation will present a half-hour television film drama entitled "Three Lives," featuring film stars, on Sunday, April 11th, 2:30 p.m., over station WITV, channel 17. According to Carl Weinkle. presi dent of Federation, the Hollywoodproduced presentation will feature Jane Wyman, Charlton Heston, Randolph Scott, Arthur Franz and a dis'inguiihed supporting cast. Television viewers from West Palm -Beach to Key West, Florida, with UUF converters will be able to sec the unusual drama, it has been anUOBCed by WITV officials. The presentation was written by Edna and Edward Anhalt. wellknown screen authors, who also prepared the script for the Academy Award film "Panic in the Streets," and was diected by Edward Dymtryk, director of "The Juggler" and other hit features. The program is one in a series of TV presentations to educate Jewish communities regarding the worldwide services supported through Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal which annually raises more than $1,000,000 to meet Jewish needs in Israel, overseas and in the Dade County area. Young Adult League To Hold Forum Young Adult League will hold a political forum at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Thur*. day evening, April 22nd, 9:15 pom. Speakers will be Dr. B. Sena. Joe. Miller. Jr., George Mottahan; t'lfff Terrell and Edward Cowart. Gerald Rothbard is chairman of the evening. Women Slate Card Party Workmen's Circle Women's Club.' Branch No. 692, will hold a card party on Sunday evening, April 11th, 7 p.m., at 25 Washington Avballsor just clear. Also to be inenue. Chairman is Isadore Cohen GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will >ave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" ~Z ~^TTBIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS PASSOVER .** I .*" Listen To SCHACHTER'S *•* Yiddish Program |JJ Um l.,,WMIM, l 1MrA ***0l0 TURK r• %  ,u Councilman, and SHOSHAMA SPtCTOt ROKEACH BORSCHT Rich, winey, flavorful.. made from the choicest beets ... always a delightful dish foe PASSOVER menus .. serve it hot or cold. Strictly supervised by HAM J. H. R At BAG Strictly supervised by RABBI AARON I. 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PAGE 4 A + klncr*MaiL FRIDAY. r s a s It c S b F S %  •u&lished tvry Friday elnee 1J27 by the Jewish F'-ilian at 120 N. E. Sixth Strait, Miami U, Florida Ertarad aa aacond-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Of* ee"Sl Miami, Fla., under the Act of March S, 1S7V The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity ard the Jewish Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Talegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwida News Service, National Editorial Association, Amerce, n Association of English-Jewish Newspapara, Florida Prtea Aasociation. wjewisftflcridliap OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-11 41 2-8212 KashTfce Jewish' Tloildlan d.>es not freer. ruth ol the meuhamlnw a.lvertne.l In It uarantee the columns. FEED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher s u One Year Volume 28 C R I P T S3.00 ON RATES Two Yeara WOO Friday. April 9. 1954 During The Week ... A „ By LEO MINDLIN is,, LEO MINDLIN News Editor Nisan 6. 5714 Number 15 RABBI IRVING MILLER WAS PRINCIPAL speaker i Eleanor Roosevelt at the opening of the CJA General L *' back in February. I saw the Rabbi for but a few momr course of a conversation with the former First Lad broke to greet me. The last time I had seen him iLlS to before, in the month of September. i52, when he W T """ j verbal duel with David Ben-Gurion half-way across the w "^T"* 1 General Assembly May be UN AxewtttSSSz&rut£zs& VrCaUtrXCll /^.OOfJllJjrFXY 1JM -**J **^ %  ;and what it was that virtually silenced him dunnVhSi, Somehow, the remarks passed rapidly between us % %  !. than personal. In addition, I was disinclined to press theHi I had previously heard that the Rabbi would soon be nadS* the ineffectiveness of the Security Council, inof lhe American Zionist Council and that his quietudeTih! dicated that his government intends using the Kibya. Big Three censure of Israel and a battle of wits bet* General Assembly to an increasing degree in Sharett and Ben-Gurion prior to the latter's retirement ro!t the future as a means of airing the tense Arabtributed to this, ft is difficult to say if the spiritual leader?, Israel controversy. s,,lon '** m6 ***> made 1 hirn ore eloquent. Certainly. the 1 I scene here is not sufficiently improved to warrant his continued On the face of it. this seems like substituting nor is the Jewish State's condition any more enviable, a weak measure for an impossible situation. Apparently. Rabbi Miller let loose some of his fiery on. since the General Ass3mbly may merely rec-; week, when he appeared in New York before the first nation,, ommend by resolution; only Security Council ence of American Religious Jewry for Israel. There, he told i legal orders. But it seems to us that an assem( So long as the Soviet Union remains in a position to use its veto power, the Security Council will do nothing in the continuing dispute between Israel and the Arab League. When Andrei Vishinsky voted "no" last week, he moved against the New Zealand resolution which reaffirmed a previous council order to Egypt to stop its blockade of shipping bound icr Israel through the Suez Canal. The Soviet veto was recorded in the face of eight "yes" votes cast by Security Council members. Lebanon, the Arab League stooge in ihis instance, sided with Russia. alliance between the Reds and the Arab League at this point and in remarking upon We are forced to the tragic but realistic conclusion that the Security Council at the United Nations has now lost its effectiveness as a legal arbiter in the dispute. We are also forced to believe that some other international instrument will have to be called into play if the tense Near East is ever to be given proper attention and study. Until just a few days ago. the picture seemed so unhappy for us that we failed to see a ray of hope anywhere — especially now, when Vishinsky is taking his turn as chairman of the council. As usual, elocpient Mr. Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the United States, turned up peace — or i .alks — with Israel and the failure of the major powers-em bly resolution would be just as good, for 5elnited states to bring abou a change in (hjs • curity Council orders are apparently worthless in the face of politically expedient Soviet. _. A M f UT IN f^ 0 RABBI MILLERS remarks before 1 less in uie iui.c ui ^ .av / *~ CJA volunteers back in FebruaryAt that t me. speaking of ih vetoes. In otfdition. the assembly has the addof srae| n world nation parIancei he observ( d {£, JJJ* longer stand, hat-in-hand, an outcast among the lobbies of potql ferences. and beg for a word in behalf of its cause. With nati ed value of being "veto-less." Bitterly humorous for us at this point is the course of history traced by Russian misuse of the "I-vote-no" power granted, alone, to the five major world governments during the formative days of the United Nations. We recall that the United States, almost singly, insisted upon the inclusion of this power as a check against the Security Council's international law-making and as a duarane of its own r^helairmomenVtolnsim some"hope'Into an' soverei 9 n in,e 9 ri, y a < ^K"* J I As we see it. the result has been a devastating sabotage of the one-world concept, since cv.erwise dismal situation. The poetic orator, in recognizing the u r ( %  rouiitlbroakiiig Sundni A milestone in the development of a major Jewish organization will be reached here Sundcy afternoon during groundbreaking ceremonies for the Ablin Memorial Building at Douglas Gardens. The Jewish Home for the Aged will take ano:her step forward in the fulfillment of a vision. Many communal leaders will be present to cpplaud the Home's past accomplishment and to aid in the realization of its future programs. We feel that the groundbreaking is symbolic of the Home's integrity The new addition was urged here on the basis of need, and assistance was mustered with emphasis on what goab could be realized were the institution not hampered by deficiencies in its current facilities. May we. therefore, refresh our memory about this essential fact: that the Jewish Home lor the Aged has not exclusively restricted its admissions to the ambulatory aged but has also opened wide its doors to elderly persons who are chronically ill. Such a policy taxes to the utmost the Home's capabilities and proves its willingness to serve where it can. This sort of humility, which emphasizes the need to further accomplishment, does credit to the Home, as well as to its professional programs. We find our observations on these matters doubly bolstered when we recall that the leadership of the Jewish Home for the Aged has been in the forefront of discussions held by the Dade County Welfare Council, offering its guidance and experience as methods are being sought here to develop a non-institutional care for the aged program. The Home has time and again advocated such a program on the basis that it would cut by perhaps seventy-five percent the cost to the general community for ministering to the need* of the aged. Constantly searching for means to further its own development and to enlarge its own facilities for Jewish institutional requirements, the Home for the Aged has nonetheless been unstinting in paying heed to its local responsibility as a leader in the field of care for the-* aged. 4 ose who attend the ceremony on Sunday pay their respects to an institution whose progress is noteworthy. They will also mark the tnemory of the late Jack Ablin, after whom the building is named. His was a keen con*-' munity consciousness. It seems to us fitting that' this institution and thi3 man should be together identified. the Rabbi said, had come dignity and the respect due a sovereix. It seems to me that there is much truth in these words But all it. recent events also indicate Israel's vulnerability — a condition stems primarily from the prevalent feeling that Jewry is st and that its national integrity is something to be taken little humorously. For this, I lay the blame directly at the feet ( eign policy. Indeed, Israel again stands on the outside, hat-in-tuaf brazen and shameless State Department woos Arab favor a mot ardly fashion. Oqr government Tears losing the friendship"! scVen-natidt bloci.-yefmust it-watch foolishly at the United N; an opportunistic Andrei Vishinsky allies himself with that bloc the West. Thus, are its primary global aims frustrated in the of a paaj|eMc fffoTt a%r*cquire comrades against Communism. Fi the comrajfr's Insatiable demands, it loses him to the enemy. It seefb about time that the State Department should be fi prised of ati eilential fact — that the majority of the Arab natii carved out, as predetermined geographical expressions, by a minded West during the moment of its ascendency and that tkt{ peoples know nothing of freedom or self-determination by experience. It als o seems about time for our leadership to tafepl and such people are hardly reliable; least of i upon in the current war of ideologies, when the a mortal struggle for survival. ERS POLITICALLY MOM THE Arab state U.S. took into account when working out its East policy. Arms and aid are a question of prestige and po*J| neighbors of the Jewish republic. For that republic, it is a fun' issue of physical existence. The attitude of our government is U shameful and discouraging. Jordan, for example, may run a: Israel's national integrity, and no nation will lift up a cry of because Washington soils its hands with unspeakable Near r C .„ £1 r^ .rTc, 1 1 95 1' Plr. Slier is Chairman of the bond drive here, as well as for th* ^nto l ? ,he face of such Performance on the one hand ft Tcrr,.i ,a,e the Communist threat her* on the other could have I STILL STUFFEDUP his minn ^ ommunist threat here on the other could have little imp**] Mr. Eisenhower has apparently launched forth in earnes. initial phase of his "kill McCarthy" campaign, without menu Wisconsin senator by name. Thus, he assured the nationi Communists in the United States hardly constitute a threat 000 devoted American citizens. One could only infer them investigations, although an often necessary legislative funcu this moment in the main superfluous. THE PRESIDENT AT THAT INSTANT repudiated a of the platform on which he ran for office back in 1952 H '""3 on the basis that our government was infiltrated by tomm that the State Department prpved a haven for them. ^ temerity to tell the American people on Monday that tne. Communists here is miniscule. Such confusing P rono T^L home and equally confusing predictions about c ,nd,, J"* gj] no time at all for Mr. Eisenhower to touch the vital .w Perhaps it was far better, for what could he possibly ^ J That we are the unfortunate heir to Trumans ere,J| State of Israel — and that we would be experiencing now rent difficulty with'fW Arab League nations if the J^'*"*? not been born? That we are in an uncomfortable M,u, "£l -peaking about our identification with democracy every { ing ourselves needing, to feed the hand that destroys our shame by acting in doubly disgraceful fashion Like his subordinate on the Mixed Armistice Co; Navy man Elmo Hutchinson, Mr. Eisenhower abstainea. ^ ^ will be more and more abstensions of this sort in the ne with thewesen, administration, which shouted 'T !" ^ horea.'jprefcaliuaT a lBtle fracas of its own over in "" outlook for the JewMI State and for Zionism, at the guarded.



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PAGE MB + L**ic*rkrkl*Mn __.__.,~-w,>-v-*-T I Saturday morning services are at RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY &•?£ ,S£ is at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Fri day evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss the special laws relating to Passover. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating. Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Rabbi will conduct a forum on Passover. Mr. and Mrs. David Collins will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following in honor of their son, Robert, who is scheduled to be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning senices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Eloquent Message of Silence." A class in Talmud will be conducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be 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 'iturgy. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 am • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. During services on Saturday, at 9 a.m the Bar Mitzvah of Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs Mux!ray Beck, will take place. Rabbi I Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Floral offerings will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Beck in honor of their %  son. Student services are Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat! urday morning services are at 8:30 I a.m.. when Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer 1 will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna will be at 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily service* are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 pan. "The Hurt in i Ingratitude," is the topic of a ser| mon scheduled by Rabbi Morris Skop. Arthur Chayken. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Chayken. 4365 SW ,' 2nd st.. will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 10:30 a.m. The Chaykens will be hosts at the Kiddush following the ceremony. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 6:15 1 p.m.. with late sen ices slated for I 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Mala\>ky will officiate, with Cantor Samuel ; Salknw rendering the musical por-. ttoni "I the liturgy The Onega Shabbat following will be spon-or •d bv the Junior Young Judaea Group. Leaders are Mrs Dorothy %  Carp and Mrs. Bernard Sirkus. Mrs. Joseph Hart, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (April 9-12) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY 7:00, To Jay 7:15 7:30 7:4SI SUNDAY MONDAY Today TM! Pat MUJ. 8:00 8:15 8 30 8.45 Keaiuie lllm 9:00 Ding 1'ong .School To Be Ann red |:1S 9:30 Strike It Rich 9:4o Sm Ed II 10:00 The l.inlShow 10:15 Valiant Lady 10:30 Jai k Paar Show 10:45 Taal hi, MM Christophers I>. Ikm* School Btl ike It Rich 11:00 Del Russo 11:16 11:30 Menu Magic 11:45 Clrcttt Lamp L'nto Ft The I.'le Show I '. I Valiant I*dy 1 •• Midnight I.ook l'p. Live Oarj Moore lndt:\ I'ri'.ide space Patrol This is The Life Arthur Godfrey Menu Magic Johnny Jupiter Lilly Graham What's Tr'hle 12:00 I've Got News 12:15 Love ..f l,if.12:30 Search For Tomor. 1246 Guiding Light A F T E_R NOON Big Top s. *>ch 1 of Air I've Got NaWf I ..v.of Life l"n. Bob P*nlei I'rcb For Tom. • iiilding Light 1:00 Brunch With Judy R„y Roger. 111 in Review Br'eh \V. Judy ,.J „_ I Income Tax 2:2 *" Moor* I Capt Hortg Juvenile Jury Oarv MOON 145 C artn-o-Ville 2:00 Coitb.*. Corner 2:15 ille_ Talent Ranch 2:30 At Jackie* House Mr Wizard 2:45 Jamie Ktory Cobhg Corner I'eath Valley Pride of Pamil] Jackie's Houae 3:00 IliK Layoff S:15 8:30 Kate Smith 3:46 %  vd f World Pepsi Playh'se llig Payoff i To Be Annced I Paul Winchell Kate Smith 4r00 Alec Gibson 4:151 4:30! 4:45l L'nde Martin You Are There j Ale.Glbaon T'bje W. Fthr I Mr Peepera f^S s|r,*;„£ n Mk k y A m .7 ur "or Sun. Adventure Glenn. Mickey 5:30 '• fcort, „,„„-5:45 Shopper 5 Guide News-Weatl IV EN ING Easter I Shopper' Guide 6:00 PolltlcaJ 6:10 Weatherman •:15 Jack of All Sports Red Skelton Meet the Press Pollti.;,! W( itherman Jack of Sports m VXV^G!. n"n7n, "# %  toddKk U r, *' "her lh |f 1. Y. U. 7:30' Doug Edwards 7:45 Eddie Fisher 8:00 Mama 8:18 8:30 I've Got A Secret 8:451 Two F. Money | Private Secy I Doug Edward. Lie Theater Jackie Gleason Comedy Hour Burns St Allen #. I Firestone Hour t.-OOl Schlltx Playhouse 8:15; • :30 Mr. McXutley 9:45i !" Intrigue G.E. Theatre Meet MtUle | Tou Bet Life : I Love Lucy My Fav. Kary 10:00 Gillette Fights Show of Shows The Web 10:30 1 Hit Parade What's M Line 10:46 Old Time Newsreel I •• ne 11:00 News. Weather 11:15! Topper 11:30 11:46 World Premiere 12:00 Studio (Joe I'l-ce The race, Don Holltnba. h News-Wether— Medal. Theater l "'•• !" NoTth | "** Bd **• Kversh 'p Thtre The Vagabond. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Fridav evening services at 8:15 pm.. with Rev. Leo Heim officiating Dr Donald D. Michelson. di rector of Hillel and Professor of Human Relations at the University of Miami, will be guest speaker and discuss: "Three Hundred Years of Jewish Achievement in America" Members of the Religious Committee will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and preaching on the topic: "The Tragedy of SelfHate." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the subject: "A Day with University Students." Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academv. will be guest speaker. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m. Louis Dublin will conduct a class in Talmud from 2 to 4:30 p.m. A class in Bible will follow, with Rabbi A. Cooper officiating. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. • • • RFTM jama CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Mickey Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Harris, and Leonard Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and preach on the topic: "Moral Responsibility." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. M. Moscowitz will act as host. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. A lecture series on Jewish laws and customs is given daily by the Rabbi between the 6:15 and 6:45 x p.m. services. Morning services are at 7 and 8 a.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m.. when Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Approaching Passover" The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. M. Gross in honor of their daughter's forthcoming wedding. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Junior services will be at 11 a.m.. with the Rabbi assisted by students of the Religious School. Mincha is scheduled for 6 p m followed by Maariv and a lecture on the Weekly Portion. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at w P. m • with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: "What Price Idealism?" This is the second in a series of three sermons on "Unsung Heroes of Our TimeAn Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by the United Order of True Sisters. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitivoth of Eugene Barry Brenner, son of Mr and Mrs. Nathan Brenner, and Jerald Martin Hart, son of Mr. and NORTH DADS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the topic: "Soul." Junior and Senior Choirs, under the direction of Lucille Moore, will render the musical portions of the liturgy with Cantor Maurice Neu. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kimhall in honor of their 16th wedding anniversary. • • a TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and preaching on the topic: "Man's Noblest Virtue." Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Barry Morton Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion, The Bar Mitzvah will deliver an address and participate in the Friday evening and Saturday morning ceremonies. A reception tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Goldman will follow. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 8:30 p.m with Rabbi Max M. Landmati officiating. "The Greatest Thing in the World" will be the topic of the Rabbi's sermon. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Early evening services will be at 5:45 p.m., conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. BrilL Saturday services will be at 9 a.m. The Rabbi will speak on 'The Meeting of Mercy and Justice." Junior congregation will hold services in the Maloff Room at 11 a.m. Sunday services will be held at 9 a.m. LE0AL NOTK-E Iy N *&ui* he under,,, "KRER, ^ buslne,, undiTV' l r likl 1 ""'. FCia^t 5 Ki.i BRBOJBF ""IS; Attui n.-v for A*^ u FLORIDA. IN p R o f ,2*0T estate of i'HIUP SHI to the Hon. County jj . and file L pfflc. In the OSJSJ \ l>a 4.:'..u dmin;!,r,t "1 Fourth Annual Model Seder at Israelite Center Fourth annual Seder of the Israelite Center Religious School will be held Sunday morning during school hours. Some 200 students of the school will conduct the Seder, under the guidance of Mrs. Al Oliphant. Sunj day School principal, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader. NOTICE UNDER FIC NAME LAW NOTICE is HHUBBTOJ the und.rsiiined, dr-diukl hu*ltte* under the (itfSsaf PALM I..M Nl.RY. „ ig\ m Miami. Intend to rs name with the Clerk of" Court ol I u'!. Coast! MORRIS FED CV ABIS ., THEonortK .i sutowni" 1 Attorn. DlkaMl bold Hid*. NOTICE UNDER FIC NAME LAW Nl 'Tli'i: is HEREBY (_ the undetoticned. desiriagtsl under the fictftia SOI THWKST MIMEOOB. LETTER SERVICKstfifl St. Intend t.> refiner nidi the Clerk ••( the Cl t'uunii. Kl-irida CHARLES M FTtH MARIAN IREE s/S-U-2 3-IO NOTICE UNDER FICT NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKBT' the undei -urned. deirlntl liu*lneyunder the flciitkesl BL'LF EISHI.Ni: POCK.-, ill Avenue. Miami lleach. FM to regiMer said nsme wt!h I of the ill Court of DtfejJ Florida JEROME G.' 4/-lfi-!I-ln LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the understated, drslrlna: to i-nxaKe In business 'inder the fictitious najne "f BISCAYNE r, A in DEPARTMENT STORE, at 7200-02 Hlsoiwie Hlvd Miami, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Gouat of I>ade County, Florida. I'HILIP B. 81LVERSTKIN HERT BAOBsR Attorney for Applicant 118 llls.ayne Hid*. ade County. 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IN CHANCERY. m NATHAN ti WATMA.M8J MINNIE K WATMAN. Wf *" NOTICE BY PUBLIC*" TO: MINNIE K' WATMAN 7 Orand Cnncourfe Bronx. N> "£ YOF ARE "r.BKBT ^ (hat H Bill of CompUW*! has been Hied '"*{ "TJ above entitled cause s J""l by required to -erye • *1 Answer to the Bill of tsgr the Plaintiffs a orn „,'.ri original In the office oft"! the Circuit Court n or W rth day of April. %mi 1...,,,. Pro nfesso HI" against > "" ta 0U M This notice shall "* £*" each week fr four "' %  SS! In THE JEWISH Iffl Paled St -M ••>"'' %  rwrs* day of *"g>l*Uff* Deout, f*iJ PALLOT, f'LVra •,""! A Home r „"o"„, r701 Congress Huildin*. 2/28 4,'2-9-lt F N LOR A .o2 .EJ**n In He: ESTATE^ j^^jli MrSa-Wtftf %  %-! : and *Stf%jSi notified and required ^j claims snd denism" & •"her o i^rSWrWf estate of FltE"' •_ „„ %  ed Ute Of >'*;'V K B. 1 the Hon 'T"!"}),*, f<-, County Judge rf ^iTjHwJ file the same n 1B r* County <-..MTth.i''c ,le**5| jrF'£ rjp %  ee Section 12 "' AC D.t. March l^AJWff 8/18 — 47*-1,



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)AY APIUL^1954_ -Jewish fhriAmn PAGE J5A fception to Honor Kert Collins Lr\ Allen Collins, son of Mr. 5£ David Collins. 712 NE J will become Bar Mitzvah g£rday. April 10th. at TO „ Israel Northside Center. kntert attends Edison Junior School, where he is in .the nth grade and a member of Band Ho is also a student rifereth Israel Religious School. £ Louis A. Cassel will officii will lead in parts of the vice on Saturday morning and j read Maftir from the Scroll. [well as the Haftorah. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on iday night and will serve a Kidgh on Saturday morning follow, the services. 3ut-of-town guests will include and Mrs. Jack Zlatkin, grandrents, from Canton. Ohio; Mr. uis Zlatkin and Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, also from Canton. reception for relatives and ends will be held on Sunday, Dm 7 to 11 p.m. at the Center. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Lt. Robert M. Epstein has left for the west coast and assignment overseas following a three-week leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Epstein, of 1340 Michigan ave. Lt. Epstein, who is a physician in the Medical Corps, was accompanied by his wife, Lillian, and daughter, Judith They will remain in Miami Beach while Lt. Epstein is overseas. %  k -Ci -ir Mrs. Charles Spingarn will leave for Israel on April 10th via BOAC for a two-month stay with her parents and brothers. It has been 27 years since she last saw her two brothers. -to -to ft Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff have returned from a weekend trip to Havana, Cuba, where Mrs. Talianoff met her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Einiger. The Einigers flew South from New York City. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thr mi(lfrsiKn<-roduct cjives foster, longer-lasting relief Worn pain of heodoche, neuritis, neuralgia than Anocin Tablets. Buy Anocin todo/i LEGAL NOTICE %  ** %  Z£ 'TOGUST BROS Ry.f %  >* %  la thr Bf>r' 7\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31MB-B in Re: ESTATE OF ARTHI'lt HIRSCHMAN, Deceas To All Creditors anil All Persons I iiiK claims or Demands Against Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present .< y claims ami demands which you. or either of vou, may hnvc against theestate of ARTHl'R HIRSCHMAN, ri — ceased late of Wayne County, Mlcnigan. to the Honorable County Judee.i of Dade County, and file the mcne in their offices In the County Coifthouse In Dade County. Florida, wit i eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the le*..l address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesAi'l, or MIMIC will he bailed. Date April 6th. A.D. I'.'.'M. 1RWIN E. KOTT As Ancillary Ailministiat r Cum Testamento Annexo of the East Will and Testament of ARTHl'R HIRSCHMAN, Deceased. MYERS. H 1.1 MAN & KAPLAN attorneys for Ancillary Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo 4/9-16-23-30 <• SPARKLING WATER in hill 32 ounce quart* KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under the supervision ol RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF of Congregation Beth Jacob Miami Beach THISWONOIRfUlBOOKlH A CWUJ'S TREASURE CHEST At your grocer's now! Hurry while supply lasts! (tOSH HASHANAH YOM KIPPM SUCCOTH s SHIVUOTH HANUKKAH PURW PASSOVER off extra cost with purchase of > noa^'nwsi Uttltd nni Mstrifcefsd f <** SOUTHERN BEVERAGES INC. PHONE S4-7W3 >V Vv*VV'VV^ < ''VVV > 'V Diamond Crystal KOSHER A V r Here l the famous salt In which Jewith housewives put their fullest confidence fer purity and quality. Yet, Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt complies strictly with Dietary taw. Yet it is neither toe coarse nor toe fine ... so dry and easy to sprinkle and wash off... so lestful for seasoning. Get a fresh NIW box of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt today I DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT CO. MOND WSTAL Kpshet COARSE SALT *y /. wT""*"*



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L 9. 1954 [Bond Development Issue is ied; Moshe Shapira Expected Here PAGE 7 A „ to citizens of Greater Lit this area "over the W $750,000 quota for „l Issue. State of Israel voiced this week by new chairman of the Jebrated his 65th birthEiating at two functions Donds—a luncheon of I leaders in the Biscayne Lei and a public meeting nbly hall of the Miami Ish Center. jned that Miami's quota one percent of the Active for 1954: $75,000,, that, with your cofwe Will sell $1,000,000 Vnds in the Miami area J," Sher told the lunchLg which was attended of the Board of Govbmour Liebman; Mrs. _er. who headed the sign last year; and Joe prted that he was callf set o( meetings in two 1 following the Passover or the purpose of planlater Miami function to Inew Development Issue. katures of the new issue |ned by Manired L. Mm%  manager of the organ%  n revealed t hat the in1 had been increased to Ion 3! t percent paid for pdence Issue. llso revealed that with fcue the bond holder can ) 75 percent of the face Ihe bond from a local kitutions which have pnds can invest their ponds and withdraw the pn required on 30 days' ne State of Israel. I manager congratulated nmunity for its spirit ast three years, during 'more than $2,040,000 had been invested in the IndepenI dence Issue in this area. He told the gathering how Independence Issue Bonds can be exchanged into the new Development Issue, which pays the higher interest rate. At the same time, it was learned that Moshe Shapira, Israel's Minister of Religion and Social Welfare, will be visiting the Miami area under auspices of the State of Israel Bond Organization April 20-22. Shapira, leader of the Hapoe. Hamizrachi, the religious labor party, has been a key personality in the Zionist movement for many years. He was a member of the "shadow" government, which pre ceded the establishment of the State of Israel, and became a member of Israel's Provisional Government. His present Cabinet portfolio gives Shapira a dual role in the administration of his country's affairs. As Minister of Social Welfare, he has primary responsibility for the care and rehabilitation KOSHER SHEL PESSACH $11 TWO NIGHTS BY RESERVATION ONLY Completely Air Conditioned THE mr IN KOSHII POORS KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN A Unique experience In Dining Pleasure TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS $2.50 Delicatessen to Toko Home 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HAIL MIAMI BEACH Open Daily 11 a.m. to 0 p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Moshe Shapira of the hundreds of thousands of new immigrants in Israel. As Minister of Religious Affairs, he is concerned with maintaining close and friendly working relations with Christian and Jewish religious groups and leaders. '^-^^-^-^\-V*^-^-W-W


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PAGE 8 B +Jelsi'ricrld*M TO DAY-"^ GLOBAL SHORTS Sharett Reiterates Demand For Urgent Council Meeting JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel Premier and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett has reiterated his appeal to the Western Big Three to call an immediate United Nations Security Council session to deal with Israel-Jordan tension. He .• %  aid that Israel preferred to bring the matter to the UN's attention through the Big Powers — whose reoly was exoected shortly — because it felt that in this fashion the matter would be raised more effectively. The Premier underlined the fact that Jordan's refusal to attend the UN-convened parley under Article XII of the armistice agreement and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold's decision not to press the Arabs had contributed heavily to the worsening situation. German Supreme Court Orders Hearing on Rabbi KARLSRUHE (JTA) —The German Supreme Court here has ordered a further hearing on the ap peal filed by Bavaria's former Chief Rabbi. Dr Aron Ohrenstein. against his conviction in the 1952 Munich trial that was primarily directed against the late Dr. Philip Auerbach. Bavarian restitution : chief, who committed suicide the day after three Nazi judges making up the court found him guilty. Dr. Ohrenstein. who was given one year in jail, filed a petition for review which has sufficient merit to warrant a full-dress hearing by the Supreme Court. New York Area Named After Justice Perlman NEW YORK (JTA) Borough President Julan E. Jack, of ManI hattan. has renamed a two square block area in Manhattan in honor of the late Justice D. Perlman. who died in 1952. Judge Perlman. one i time Congressman, was a leader of | the American Jewish Congreu BIG PRICE 0 Belgian Police Fail to Find Kidnapped Jewish Orphan BRUSSELS (JTA >— Belgian police officials have still not been able to trace the whereabouts of Anneke Beekman. teenage Jewish war orphan, who was whisked away from a Catholic school near Liege March 12th. when Dutch and Belgian police officials approached the school to claim her. The child, placed in the care of a Catholic foster mother durine the Nazi occupation of Holland, was baptized by the foster mother who harelit return her to the Jewish ck piti the decision of the \ h irities. Welfare Program Linked to Maimonides, Mrs. Hobby Says CLEVELAND (JTA) —The wel fare program of the Eisenhower Administration follows the philosophy of Moses Maimonides. out standing Jcwi>h philosopher of the 12th century, it was emphaM/e.i here by Secretary of Health. Edu cation and Welfare. Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby Speaking at the Congregation Tifereth Lrael. Secretary Hobby quoted from Maimonides' ••Charity's Eight Degrees" Dr. Harris Levin* Reelected Jewish National Fund Head \KW YORK (JTA>—Dr. Harris J. Levine. president of the Jewish Na tional Fund of America, was elected to his fifth consecutive ternv The annual meeting of the JNF elected a Board of Directors consisting of prominent Zionist leaderIt tM supplemented by 12 members-atlarge representing a cross section of Jewish community life in America. 60,000 Former Nazis Offered Amnesty by Bonn Government j LONDON (JTA) —An estimated 60.000 former Nazis now living in West Germany under assumed names are to be offered a new amm-n by the Adenauer government it was reported here from Bonn this week. The 60.000 are believed to he men with such records that they feared to take advantage of the last amnesty offered to Nazis in 1949. not just a "hum" ef leftovers, bet is much t MM a** ftatil Apr. 30 only. bet* fast Jewish Restitution Office Opens Headquarters WKI-V!;; The Unitn m profit tion \\h i h provides legal assist DI Jewish in demnification applicantin pnst ntheir claimbefore German ad trath igend and courts, pened new German headquarters I URO, which iincorporated in London, maintains brjnch offices in Israt I, N m York, London and Par:-, awell ain half ten (Jerman citii Wise Family Granted Honorary Israeli Citizenship TFI. AVIV i JTA i —A special celebration to honor Justice Justine Wise I'oiier was held here at Kfar Shmtiel. nimed in I Rabbi Stephen S Wist her father Dur;nu ill 'alive of the village announced that it had granted h morarj citizen-hip to all members ot the Wise famUj and thai it had granted a plot of land to the iami'y f.,r the construction of a home. Slovakian Jews Ordered Not To Oppose Liquidation BERLIN iJTAV—Two Slovakian Jewi-h leaders were under arre-t for several days recently because tiny th: to complain about the closing down of the synain Slovakia, it was reported here this week. The report said that the two. Slovakian Chief Rub l,i i ..! d l -eph Lipa. were arrested while attending a meeting of the Council of dechotlovakian Jewi-h Communities in Prague. on the awst waewa" KaaHtr Patsttw feeds in our storesover and above last Nowsafcer's cut by all scrip companies .. also up to 1 lb. more food In every Kosher Passover parcel I tift SCRIP for $10. SIS, $. $25 and S50 PMCU certificates for JJL50. $15-50. $20.50 and and $25.50 ou' loccil Service for Israel agtnc, SIMON SETDEN. 503 S.W. 17th Ave., Tel. 82-54SQ GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 141 N.E. 3rd Are.. TL 2-7631 Matzos, Matzo Products. 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JewiviislbJEIIiOiciidliigun FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1954 SEC. B [aurice Firth-Zionist Leador And Student of Social Science By M. Z. FRANK ben David Ben-Gurion was a er in the British forces, an er in his regiment was a Lonom Zionist by the name of rice Firth. That was daring "first World War, when a Jewfunit marched under General pby against the Turkish forces kiestine. fer ten thousand Jewish young from Palestine, England, the States and Canada, then fcd the specially created Jewish on to fight for the liberation Palestine. In New York, wher* IZvi and Ben-Gurion found Wives after being deported by (Turks, the future Prime Minrand the future President helprecruit Jewish volunteers to for Palestine. Canada, Montreal-bern BerJoseph (Dov Joseph) was ng those who joined. In EngI, Ben-Gurion and Joseph, now pster of Development in the Isgovernment, were soldiers in same regiment as Maurice i who had transferred from the Welsh Fusiliers to the 40th %  1 Fusiliers. The latter was the cul name of the Jewish LegFirtb, a Zionist, wanted to te with a Zionist force. day. David Ben-Gurion, "reped" in Sdeh Boker, divides his between doing his chores on farm, writing numerous arand maintaining a volumir correspondence and studying philosophy and sociology; y, a library of some 1,200 voltMl by MauricMfi|j^L. who I in'New York in N^Mber, I is on its way to Haifa to be by the inhabitants of that which i> Ben-Gurion's favorI to study history and sociology. laurice Firth, a graduate of pbridge University, was a noted %  on economic and political When Lloyd George first duced the National Insurance which was the forerunner of nklin Roosevelt's New Deal SoSecurity by more than a genf:on, young Kirth took to the ngs to win the British electorJo the then radical idea. He W an important part in the ^Paign and contributed to its ess. 1924, soon after his return i the military campaign in Pale, Firth came to^lve in the *d States, In 1928*j.he married ence Scjiulkind. Both man and devoted their lives to the 'f the upbuilding of the JewNational Homeland and later State of Israel. enly interested in history, soogy and literature, Maurice [" built up a private library ajfeM consisting of selected books dealing with these subjects. It was fitting that the legacy of Maurice Firth should be books and that these books would be donated for public use in Israel. You might say that Maurice Firth was "bookish," but he did not have that kind of withdrawn quality that is usually associated with "bookish" people. He was a scholar and a student in many fields, but he never let settle on himself the dust of libraries; for he was also very ac tive. very agile and a man who loved people. Maurice Firth was an inveterate pipe smoker but, again, the popu-1 lar association with pipe smokers, of the slow-spoken, deliberate medi-1 tatar, did not hold true for him. He had a fine, quick, gentle humor and a warm outgoing personality! which made close friends with many people in many fields. For many years, Firth worked as a field representative of the United Jewish Appeal, especially as liaison with the entertainment industry. His experience as a political orator in England served him well, for he became a widely known speaker in the New York area for the UJA. Here, his quick mind, his broad field of knowledge, particularly of the Jewish homeland, and his ready wit, was of great importance in his work. When Firth died in 1952, his widow decided to offer the library to a public institution in the land for which she and Maurice had worked. Accordingly, the city of Haifa was chosen. Mayor Abba Hushi responded ptftnTpfly", accepting the offer and assuring the best possible use of the books. Unlike Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Haifa has been neglected by the Jewish world as a cultural center. But its dynamic mayor is anxious to build up in his city — one of the most beautiful cities in the world — cultural, litacary and artistic institutions. In 1950, upon assuming office, he convinced the Eban Asks Dulles to Open United Nations Hearing Maurice Firth in uniform as a member of the 40th Royal Fusiliers. Municipal Council to take over a privately endowed library called Pevsner House, situated on 54 Pevsner Street, on Hadar Hacarmel. He has also induced the Chamber Theater of Tel Aviv to move its headquarters to Haifa and undertook to provide it with a building. A Haifa Conservatory and a Haifa School of Law and Economics have been founded. The Pevsner House, originally only a library, has become the center of an extensive and ever-growing cultural department, with Dr. Samuel Rozenhek in charge. The department runs the Pevsner House courses for immigrants in Hebrew, courses for adults in many subjects, the newly formed School of Law and Economics, a Museum of Antiquities, a Museum Continued on P9* 6B WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Israel Government formally requested the United Nations this week to join with Britain and France to secure immediate consideration by the United Nations Security Council of the present crisis in IsraelJordan relations. The request was delivered to Secretary of State Dulles by Ambassador Eban at a meeting at the State Department which Mr. Eban had requested as a matter of urgency. The Israeli diplomat informed the American officials that intensified Arab hostility towards Israel had reached the point where it is "impossible to interpret current Arab policy except as a preparation for new assaults upon Israel's independence." In asking for urgent considera. tion by the Security Council, Mr. Eban stressed not only the Arab attack on an Israel bus in the Scorpion Pass last week, which cost 11 lives, but also Jordan's flat refusal to comply with a United Nations bid to a meeting with Israel at Jerusalem under invocation of Article XII of the armistice. Mr. Eban also presented to Mr. Dulles a note protesting against supply of American arms to Iraq or other Arab States. (At the United Nations later Mr. Eban in a statement, declared that Jordan's rejection of the meeting bid was "a clear and flagrant violation of the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement of an exceptionally grave nature." He added that the Israel Government "will determine its future course of action in the light of this development.") Promises Consultation After the Dulles-Eban meeting, the State Department announced that the Secretary of State had informed the Israel envoy that the United States would exchange views wRh the British and French Governments. The Secretary of State called on both Israel and Jordan to adhere faithfully to their obligations under the armistiee agreement. He urged Israel to cooperate with the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission, expressed the hope that both Israel and Jordan would cooperate with the commission in investigating all the facts in connection with the Scorpion Pass massacre and expressed the hope also that Jordan would live up to its obligations under Article XII of the armistice agreement. Mr. Dulles, the State Department Photographed in his shortly before he KOSHER FOR PASSOVER announce, reiterated his deep regret at the loss of life in the attack on the bus but pointed out that the Mixed Armistice Commission had not been able to identify the criminals involved. The Secretary emphasized the necessity for forbearance on the part of all parties invplved and the avoidance of any statements or acts which might further disturb the general situation. Mr. Dulles said the United States fully supported the UN truce supervision organization and believed both parties should cooperate with the Mixed Armistice Commission. In particular, the announcement said, Mr. Dulles expressed the hope that Israel would cooperate with the commission in further efforts to identify and bring to justice the perpetrators of the ambush. Mr. Eban revealed later that while he could not quote Mr. Dulles directly, he had found the Secretary of State "deeply disturbed by the situation in the area." He said Mr. Dulles had expressed grief and shock over the Scorpion Pass massacre and had promised to give "careful consideration to specific proposals." Proposes Proffram The Israeli diplomat also disclosed that he had suggested to Mr. Dulles a "minimal program" for resorting a "semblance of partial stability in the Middle Easf'Toints in this program include: Avoid supply of arms to Arab States in their present "mood of frenzied hostility" to their neighbor. Strong condemnation of the Scorpion Pass massacre, particularly since the Mixed Armistice Commission, "taking refuge in technicalities, has proved ineffective by passing over this outrage in silence and indecision." Review by the Security Council of the Israel-Jordan armistice in the light of the recent outrage and Jordan's flat refusal to honor its obligations under Article XII. Reaffirmation of international policy on free navigation through the Suez Canal coupled with sustained action by the power to end Egypt's blockade policy at the UN Charter in the Gulf of Akaba. Recognition that the three-power declaration of May, 1950 is inadequate since it refers only to territorial expansion and is silent on every other form of hostility, aggression, violence and siege. nos 1 ? "\V2 Demand Israel Kosher THE WORLD'S HOST EXCiTING FLAVOR You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy /SM£l besunes. Enjoy the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. p Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA Gef fo feioai Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO., Inc MIAMI 230 N.W. 5th STREET Phones 3-0721 3-4225



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APRIL 9, 1954_ of Women Irs List Slate [of the City Charter with L on economy and efficienLrnment and study of proIntnary bills were local Led upon by members of te of Women Voters of MiU at its annual meeting j week in Burdine's audi|t the Beach Store. {Nominating Committee, (by Mrs. Donald Rubin, \ and Mrs Maurice SerotJ Peter Lawson, Mrs. Berlaller and Mrs. Norman ented a slate for the comas officers and Board will be the Mesdames [Babel, president; Herbert V 1st vice president; Maujotta, 2nd vice president; Ckernick. secretary; Rober, [treasurer; Edna Chausei I S. Z. Bennett, Harrj Kidney Bloch, Julius Breit jot Cohen, Peter Lawson IHeller, Charles Stein, Ber vens and Robert Yaffey. Brodaky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jack Brodsky, formerly of 951 Bay Drive will take place Sunday, April llth at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mr. Brodsky is survived by his wife Rose; one son Stanley and one daughter Fay of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. *J(*i*tinr^A*i^ PAGE 7B School Seder congregation of the Mikrcu School will conduct [seder in the social hall of gogue on Sunday morning, Ith. at in a.m. The annual "will take place following imony. |aries to Appear luncheon meeting of Mich Lodge, B'nai B'nth, will Tuesday, April 13th, 12:15 [the National Hotel. Speakmeeting will be visiting attending the B'nai |tate Convention here. Wolkowsky Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dora Wolkowsky, formerly of 1560 Euclid Avenue, will take place Sunday, April llth at 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Samuel Machtei officiating. Mrs. Wolkowsky is survived by her husband Joseph and a son, Dr. Melvin Volkowsky of Miami Beach. Arangements are in charge of Thurinnd Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 3oldstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Nathaniel C. Goldstein, formerly of 965 Bav dr.. will take place on Sunday, April llth, 1:15 p.m., at Mount JMI.-I Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Goldstein is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Diana Charak; a brother, Rabbi Herbert; and three sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. tel, Miami Beach, Florida, will take place Sunday, April llth, 11 a.m., at Star of David Memorial Park with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Mrs. Goldfield is survived by her husband, Louis, a son, Benjamin, and a daughter. Mrs. Bea Nemeroff, of Miami Beach. Charak Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David Charak, formerly of 985 Bay dr., will take place Sunday. April llth, l:lo p.m., at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Charak is survived by his wife, Diana; two brothers and one sister. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Goldfield Unveiling The dedication of a memorial to the memory of the late Ida Goldfield, formerly of the Marlin HoTHE MIAMI SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE will present Or. H. B. Meyers, prominent physician of Boston, who will discuss the problem of aging, on Sunday, April llth, 11 a.m., at the lindsey Hopkins School, 1410 N.I. 2nd Avenue, Miami. www New Opening RIVERM0NT PARK MANORS A residence Club for Seniors on "A Home Away from Home" 7 acre, beautiful Riverfront 1419 fl.W. South River Dr. Ton minutes from downtown by but 10 oppoeite Orange Bowl OPM re.r Phone 9 0992, 3-3241 Order Early For PASSOVER full Line of Strictly Kosher Fresh Western BEEF, VEAL and LAMB (CHOICE and PMMl ONLY I DELICATESSEN FROM OUR N.Y. FACTORY Turkeys • Chickens Ducks • Broilers Capons • Fryers Pullets • Cut-op Fryers Fresh Frozen Koshered and Cleaned READY FOR THE POT FROM PENNSYLVANIA Lowest Prii'vn in Town MOGEN DOVID KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS OF FLA. 1987 S.VV. 8th STREET TEL. 3-4218 Under the Strict Persona/ Supervision of RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Free Delivery for Holiday Orders Only KOSHER FOR PASSOVER flOEft 1U13 Rick Natural Fruit Juices NO SUGAR ADDED! For health and enjoyment every day buy several extra bottles for entertaining and festive meals during Passover and the year around! / • •• • • %  i?WJUt SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE Now, along with holiday feasting, and the year r "nd give yw, f whole familv he WO oArful •Mad h ** f K h r Suntweet Pruo J uk Mr* *P ec a process that measures


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PAGE 16 B + i r >utn*rldttori Cornerstone to be Laid for Agudath Israel Institute at Ceremony on Sunday A program is being prepared to ned is a second floor which will be celebrate the cornerstone-laying of j built for six more class rooms and Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on for social functions. Sunday. April 11th. at 3 p.m. Present officers are Hertz Weiss. Hon. Mayor Abe Aronoviti, of president: Irving Pietrack and Em Works by Youngfelt To be Heard Monday advanced harmony, form and ana ,ysis. counterpoint and composi the City of Miami, will be pnnci pal speaker. Prominent communal and civic leaders of the community will participate, including Hon. Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, and many other dignitaries. Violinist, composer and conductor Irving Pietrack will participate with his orchestra, featuring stage and radio stars, headed by Leon Schechter. director of the Cameo Theatre; Gittel Stein, famous Yiddish actress; Sara C.ingold, Jewish erich Weiss, vice presidents: Jacob Karzen. treasurer. Isaac Hagen. financial secretary; and Selig Zaretskv, secretaryDr. Goldmann to Discuss Reparations Issues NEW YORK (JTA>— Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, left this week for Paris. He will proceed to Israel to discuss various problems with hi i the Israel Government. Alter nis actress and interpreter of songs:; yisi| 0 srae Dr Go idmann will go to Bonn to confer with Chancel lor Konrad Arenauer on the urgency of regulating German legislation with regard to indemnification for individual victims of the Nazi regime. Cantor Maurice Mamches, of Beth David Congregation; and Cantor Bernard Kelemer. of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The invocation will be delivered by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Master of ceremonies will be Sidney H. Palmer, who is donating the cornerstone. Carole d'Arcy will be at the piano. A seating capacity of 700 will be available upon completion of the new synagogue, with a balcony. The present building will remain as the Hebrew Institute, and plan"Hillbilly Hoedown" Due Phi Sigma Tau Council will have a -Hillbilly Hoedown" on Thursday evening. April 15th, 8 p.m.. at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Architect's view of the new Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute building, cornerstone of which will be laid at ceremonies here Sunday. MOVING IS SO EASY...WHEN YOU CALL 4S^ Van Lined Mumi'i Oldest and One tl Ike Sult'i l i r j e i < lonj Distinct nil Doir-liDin Miit't SHORT 01 LONG-TERM STORAGE AVAILABLE IN OUR TWO. MODERN, 7-STORY WAREHOUSES Fireproof Construction Only Private Storage Rooms in Greater Miami • Silver and Ru( Vaults. 100% A D. T. Automatic Fire and Burglary Protection Compief. piii ^^^^^^^^^ *or t o;7£ l 040 lw = .I GRADE v *ir "A" ,|£" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk Compositions by F re dene Youngfelt will be performed during the ninth Beaumont Hall recital to be presented by the Iniver %  My of Miami School of Music on Monday. April 12th. at 8:30 p.m. Mr. Youngfelt has been a member of the School of Music faculty since 1946 and teaches coursesje .-!-. W %  Hill %  %  II fj %  % % %  %  ^~- %  ^Vlllf^w.-ltJon. His compositions have been performed on a number of programs here during the past few yean. %  AvaSt if*OTh PHONE 5-5537 for NEW FILTERS far r*r AIR CONDITIONER C A l l "PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL' 824038 FAMOUS tttttlt KMCM i*— b T Hi-Grade Ft** 1733 N. W. 7th Ai BETTER VALUE BETTER SEN BETTER CREMO TERMS ot NORTON TIRE SPECIAL U.S. ROYAL FULL-CAPS • LOOK UK! NfW • Wl* UKf NfW • CUiUAMTffD UKf NfW 670 x 15 $7.93 710 x 15 $ 8.77 760 x 15 $ 9.53 700 x 15 ...% 9.50 800 x 15 .. .$10.50 820 x 15 $10.50 l.chant*—vrkrtt a *i Sc Utta IXCHAN6I aimS TO tiCA'AILI CASING OR ADD UN WEtK ONLY-* en UP TO 20 ON U. S. ROYALS 00 Exchono* EASY TERMS $ 1 00 Gets You ROIUNG til CfHIt Ct. ?•> %  "• w FlUKI tBWMI. BRAND NEW U.S. TIRES 600 x 16 1 1 .98 670 x 15 650 x 15 1 2.98 710 x 15 650 x 16 1 3.99 760 x 15 1M 18.W Phi Tax -MOST RESPECTED GUARANTEEWorld famous U.S. Royal Lifetime Guorontee. Every tire sold by Norton I Co. is fully covered by this guarantee without limit as to time or <*>$ NORTON TIRE %  staviNc UOKIDA ovia 71 riAMi STORES MIAMI 500 W. Floglor MIAMI BEACH Norton Pollot Tire Co W54 Alron ** MIAMI 4990 HT** A



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PAGE 6 B Jetvlsti ncr*0an FRIDAY. APR!] 'Kibya-in-Reverse' Ignores Basic Cause J T A UNITED NATIONS — There is no doubt that most of the diplomats here were shocked at the latest example of Arab frinhtfiilii'-the ambush of the bus in the Negev of all the facts, and so on. No one but an incurable optimist here believes that these guardi.ms of Western mofaliiy *iil excoriate ; ,l f.r ihf Yrir* inc Inter-American CotW Reaffirms DeclorthV* CARACAS ,JT AMV traces as Naiinn. TWI^ 1 ?"" 1 which has caused such outrages Nations Declarati. the Arabs fi.rlhe VfiTP* incident as they did the Israelis for the 1 Kibiya raid, although they are call desert and the slaughter of 11 men. ; mi < jt ; "Kibiya in -reverse. thev have been officially apprised | ed Kingdom government urged the shows their responsibili for the Jordan government to attend the mounting tension conference called by Mr. Hammer skiold However, they add. and it | (he massacre in Scorpion Paas. and Rights. A ivsoTuVion"'^ 011 *%  ay bf, just as well to quote them w in cause others unless something Political Juridical r m ^\ S this instance 'Jordan's refusal | j s done about it. the conference H^.^**] to attend was made after consultaj j, is mucn better to do something lion with other Arab league States j abo(J( jt Q str j|< e ilt the real roots They which wen against anything that %  of he trouD i e j n Palestine, rather woman and children who were its assengers. However, tho.se who are describing it as a "Kibiya-in-reverse." and that is the popular term here, are ignoring the cause not only of the massacre in Scorpion Pass, but also the reprisal raid on the Jordan village; that is the refusal "of the Arabs to negotiate a peace settlement in Palestine. Although somewhat tardily, the United States has joined the others in expressing its official regret and are making out a case of the pot might be interpreted as a step to and the kettle being black, but ward peace negotiation! with Isthev will not treat them the same.! rael." This is yet another example and thev cannot MM the iva-on why of how satellites are getting out of hand tbeae days. Obviously, he who they are black, although it is under their very noses. If any further proof is needed that the Arabs will not meet with the Jews under any circumstances. it is provided in Jordan's reply to the message from the Secretary General, Dag Hammarskjold. con voking a conference with Israel in extending "its sympathy to the Jordan answered in the negative: families of the victims of this at tack. However, the Americans and the British too are being much. more cautious than they were in the case of the Kibiya incident in blaming anyone: they have become sticklers for proper procedure and I will not pass any judgments until. it refuses to attend. The announcement of this was made a day or so after the Arabs had entered the tins and mowed down the DBSMfl gers in cold blood. In other words, the cause is given for the violence that has occurred British sources say that the Unit pavs the piper no longer calls the tune, because it can be taken for granted that the British are still remitting that annual subsidy to the Hashemite Kingdom. Of course. Jordan's refusal to attend the conference is a direct violation of the armistice agreements, for it was under Article XII of these agreements that the conference was called. However, its significance lies in the fact that tinis the most flagrant example of how the Arabs reject any kind of a settlement. Peace—it's a dirty word with them. This reply is an incriminating document because it llatjlrr W'onu'tl to CJA Cabinet Meeting Install Officer* Mrs .less Freed, newly elected chairman of the Women's Group of the Flagler Granada Jewish Comr. unity Center, will be Installed at enter on Thursday, April 15th. 8:30 p m. Other officers • !>. %  installed at the same time v.ill be vice chairman, Mrs, Ray rrin; TreasurMrs. Harry Hirsh: recording secretary. Mrs. .\iichael Shaw: and corresponding s e cretary. Mrs Barry Dansky. MrMilton Sirkin has been in vited to install the officers. In charge of the evening's program is Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Newly elected members of the Board are the Mesdames Hy Coverman. Charles Adelman. Edward Maurice Firth. Zionist l,oauVr Continued from Pago l B of Modern Art and various other activities. Mayor Huahl is determined that the beautiful port city of Haifa shall not become just another port city like Marseille or Casablanca. but that its 200.000 inhabitants — meeting to review the progress of t xpec ted to increase as immigra•he annual appeal and to plan the ,,„„ grows — shall have all the final phase rf the 1954 drive. cultural and artistic amenities be According to Kanner. the drive fitting the expectations that the iwell paflt the SI.000.000 mark. j ews of ^g wor i d have of (he and campaign oflicials are tallying state of Israel. results of the one-day community Views Drive's Progress A joint meeting of lhe Combined Jewish Appeal campaign cabinet and the executive committee of Greater Miami Jewish Federation was held Tuesday at the Di I.id" Hotel Aaron M. Kanner. CJA cam] chairman, and Carl Weinkle. Fed eration president, called the joint Mrs. frti drive held on Sunday, April 4th. Fifty-four institutions and welfare agencies including the United Jewish Appeal, receive allocations from the local drive. Stiller. George Gittleson. Mickey Antin. Sam Hollander. Phil Schiff, Martin Hirsh, Bernard Lash and Herman Feldman. Mrs. Bernard Lash will be chairPeyser. Sidney man of the "Secret Pal Project." Lok&'lMli owl JUACIOUA! JMNISCHEWITZ gefilte fish Eajsy ill tat ttaaV tulity if chile-' t f rtslwatir Ask ewked to hi BII wii twftctMi! KOSHER IO* fASSOVEl Order Earlyi Till I..IK It ,„. MHMKI „ „„„,„ |ttMr „ m mm muTf| The Maurice Firth Collection is to be placed in the Pevsner House and will be used by the students of the School of Law and Economics and by all Haifa citizens who know enough English and are interested in the subjects. The Maurice Firth Collection will be the largest single collection of books in. English in the Pevsner House or anywhere in a public institution in Haifa, with the possible exception of the Technion. Each year. Mrs. Firth and her friends will add to the collection in accordance with the needs as submitted by Dr. Rozenhek Age is Discussed The problem of aging will be discussed by Dr. H. B. Meyers, physician of Boston, before the Miami Society for Ethical Culture at its next meeting on Sunday, April 11th. 11 a.m., at the Lindsey Hopkins School. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3T/'/-/s b.w. utb antes* rnom 4-oa^i With the inauguration of the new S350.000.000 Israel Development Bond Issue at the first International Planning Conference for Israel, held in Washington. D.C., Samuel Rothberg of Peoria, Illinois noted business and communal leader, was named national chairman of the Israel Bond Organisation to head the campaign which must raise a minimum of $75 000 000 in 1954. than merely to concentrate on a single incident. During the Kibiya debate in the Security Council last year. Israel insisted that a peace settlement was the only cure; it is even more true now with this masthe organization that nfak! sacre in Scorpion Pass. principles and goals." 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PAGE 14 A *Lmri<§,nHr**ar? nUDAY APRJU,.] Miami Beach Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, leaders of the committee to honor the pioneers of the Jewish Home for the Aged on April 11th. Not shown is cochairman Daniel M. Broad. Spaet is honorary president of the Home, and Mrs. Appel honorary president of its Women's Auxiliary. Pioneer Leaders of Home to be Honored At Ceremonies in Douglas Gardens Miami Beach Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet announced this week that one of the highlights of ground breaking for the new Ablin Memorial Building at the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. April 11th. 2 p.m.. in Douglas Gardens, will be a ceremony honoring pioneer leader.of the Home. Spaet is chairman of the commit tee and honorary president of the Home. His co-chairmen are Mrs Benjamin Appel and Daniel M Eroad. Other members of the committee are Sam Aronstein. Jacob C haves, Mrs. lsidor Cohen. Harry. Danziger, Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs l.ena Mason, Sam Reinhard, Mrs. Samuel Ritter, Dr. Celia Wohl Shultz and Gus Trau. A bronze plaque.dedicated to the pioneers will be unveiled on April 11th and individual scrolls presented. The inscription on the plaque reads: "Dedicated to the Foresight and Perseverance of Those Who by Their Sincere Devotion and Efforts Pioneered in Founding the Home." In addition to Mrs. lsidor Cohen, founder, original charter members were D. J. Apte. lsidor Cohen, Arthur S. Lavine. Joseph M. Lipton. Mitchell Wolfson and Albin Czech. In addition to charter members and members of the pioneer committee, the others inscribed on the plaque are Benjamin Appel. Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Bear. Miss Dorothy Borenstein. Mrs. Daniel M. Broad. Mrs. Jacob Chaves. Mrs. Harry Danziger. Mr and Mrs. N. H. Darsky. Mr. and Mrs. lsidor Dinstman, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feiner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Gould, Max Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs Harry Horowitz, Moses Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. Max Land. Mr. and Mrs. L M. Lieberman. Dr. andMrs. Charles Lippow, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Lobel. Mr. and MrMax London. Samuel Mason. Mr and Mrs Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Bessie Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pt-rlstein, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. Adam Rein. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Richter, Samuel Ritter. Mr and Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B BoMUtein, Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Rubin. Mr. and V.rsr Philip Salmon, Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Sherry. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Socolof, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet and Mrs. Gus Trau. Courtesy Committee Meets to Reorganise Reorganizational meeting of the Courtesy Committee of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce was held Friday in the offices of Leo KiMii-t.iii. 235 Lincoln rd. Members attending were Eisenstein, chairman: Freeland B. Cresap. Chamber president; Henry Cove. Chamber governor; -Richard L. Smith. Western Union; S. V. Galfi. Mario's Beauty Salons; John G. Proctor, general manager and Leonard A. Baker, of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Plans were made to reinstate the "Courtesy Pays Dividends" program whereby $25 US Savings Bonds are to be awarded each month for the outstanding acts of courtesy or for continuous corteous treatment of people in daily business contact. The program is designed as a two-fold measure, to build good will and sales volume at the same time in the Miami Beach area. Joint Commission Revealed NEW YORK—Creation of a Commission on Jewish Community Center-Jewish Federation Relationships under the joint sponsorship of the National Jewish Welfare Board and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds was announced here this week by Irving Edison. JWB president. &f 1/ i %  Leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aged discusiinq nkoMk j the groundbreaking ceremonies of the new Ablin Mm I Building, which will be held on Sunday, April 11th 2 Douglas Gardens, 150 NE 53rd St., Miami. From left Si are David Phillips, vice president; Abe Kurman, preJ5J Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president; M. J. Kopelowitz It chairman; and S. I. Bernbaum, vice president. Mrs. Wamner Seeks LantaH's Seat Mrs. Frances 0. Warriner, a Redland resident and real estate broker, was for many years a resident of Miami Beach and maintained a real estate office at 805 Lincoln rd. In making her bid for the Congrssional seat to'foe vacated by William Lantaff, the candidate said this week that she is interested in the development of the International Cultural and Trade Center here. wants to see the University L ami Medical School a succe3 favors an Air Force acade^ the area. As a Florida resident fortfeJ 2fTyears with a long career a i county and government Mrs. Warriner also wants to i sent her district as a business! an "who understands the i of my community." Leon B. Jacobs and Barney B. Lee, co-chairmen of the Building Committee for the Jewish Home of the AjediA* i*



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PAGE 10 B ^Jmistihrk/kui Merriman, Smith, Yeend, Lloyd to Sing With UM Orchestra in Verdi Requiem The University of Miami Sym phony Orchestra will feature a performance of Verdi's Requiem Mass on Sunday and Monday evenings. April 18th and 19th, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Mr. John Bitter will be on the podium. The University of Miami Chorus of 100 voices has been rehearsing under the leadership of Wilfred Smith since the first of the year for this extremely difficult work. bomber, flying forty missions in the South Pacific, where his targets included Iwo Jima. His service record is attested by the fact that he wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and Oak Leaf Clusters. When he resumed his musical career, Smith studied with Olga Forrai, and soon began to make public appearances. He appeared at the Lewisohn Stadium in New York in a Gilbert and Sullivan program under Lehman Engel. and Leading soloists with the orches-; sang the role %  ofnaland ,„, „ pertra and chorus will be Nan Merriformances of Wagner The Flv man, distinguished young Ameritag Dutchman w.th the Buffalo can mezzo-soprano who has just re turned here after a successful European tour which included the British premiere of Stravinsky* new opera "The Rake's Progress'; Kenneth Smith, British-bo^ bassbaritone who has appeared in numerous NBC TV Opera Theater productions and has sung with the Schola Cantorum under Hugh Ro*>. Frances Yeend. who has appeared in concert and opera throughout the country, including perform ance* with Eugene Ormandy at the Holly Bowl and with Antal Dorati Hollywood Bowl and with Antal Dorati a: Grant Park in Chicago; and David Llo>n. who has been notably successful tn concert, <-p era. festival appearances and on the radio. Brought to America at the age of four from his birthplace in Leeds. Smith went with his parents to Stamford. Connecticut. He Studied at the Manhattan School of Mu-ic and New York College of Music before the war. He served four years in the Air Force, and was a navigator on a B-24 heavy Miss Nan Merriman I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin TT Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery % tart Our Para at %  ntf f Bird ma. a 8nppr Crtt Philharmonic under William Steinberg. Other operatic roles include that of Frank in 'Fledermaus'' at the Montreal Festival under Wilfred Pelletier and Tomsky in Tchaikov sky's "Pique Dame" with the New England Opera Theatre under Boris Goldovsky During the summer of 1953. Smith joined Colorado's famous, Central City Opera Company, to sing in the production^ there of •Carmen'and "The Merry Wires ol Windsor." Miss Merriman. who has sung' more timewith To^canini than any other American Mezzo Soprano— 12 appearances in the pa year—also performed at the fam-j : .,! Glyndebourne and at the Mozart Festival at Aix-en%  nee. Ifisa Merriman is a nati\> "i Pittsburgh where she had her early music training. Although she made her debut as an opera singer. Miss Merriman soon discovered that singing with symphony orchestras was a much j more demanding, but more rewarding experience, and she has concentrated on these performances ever since. Leonard Bernstein invited Miss Merriman to create the leading role in his Jeremiah Symphony, and was so delighted with her perlormance that he insisted on her recording it with the St. Louis Symphony. During the course of her symrf^^v*iv^v* v*'y>*>^>f^\**>**"i**^< > v Passover Candies Kosher L'Pesach noB^ -irr Archer Fruit Company 317 Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach Phono 5-6950 ARCHIE BRICK ,^^\_^-"loit with major symphony orchestrav ..•* &* Young Judaeans Slate Conclave at Tequesta Third annual pre-senior conclave for Young Judaeans will be held April 9 11 at Camp Tequesta in Kendall, according to Joseph Pardo, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission, sponsoring the event. The weekend is open to all boys and girls between nine and 12 Highlighting the weekend will be a camp fire and program on Saturday night. Boys and girls will conduct services on Friday and Saturday. On Saturday afternoon, a hike will be taken throughout the area. OUJIH IGRRETI SO SWEET! SO HEAVY-BOO! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its red old-fashioned i NANOAICU* IMDUSIIIESJO. INC, (ANAIDAItHJlj DiftrltwrW fey World Wide Importing & Exporting Co. PMWai, rnviii &£*" w f 3tM*"5r • o<"** i* "tio** aioJL ->sffi£S *fc\* 6 L^s \*^ Vftfr ito* Hoc* On* rt* \6 m o rt ,***! too Your Daily Papers on April fife I "* > R *J Direct le the Track aid for Entries in the Sprint I ^ O' O" .•*•' TRACK / FUTUR'" IR4C'



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L A pRlL 9, 1954 >Jewist ncrldlian PAGE 11 B fciintobe 5 t at Seder (JonW council of Greater h0 ld a third Seder at E^us Masonic Lodge on Ly evening. April 21st, L to an announcement here fuea Jaffer and R.MtaenLhjirmcn. Lt the Seder will be Isaac [who has recently returned [our through Israel. i has been national secre|ho National Committee for ~~ 1 E mm ^Z Eg W*nm Hedorim Sundau according to Rabbi Irving Lehrman Two model Passover Sedorim are planned this year in order to accommodate the expanded student body of the Religious School of Temple Emanu-El and will be held on Sunday morning, April llth, at the Temple," 1701 Washington ave., .%  — To Plan Softball League Representatives of civic, fraternal and other community organizations have been invited to a meeting on Wednesday, April 14th, at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, to make plans for the sixth annual Men's Softball League, which will begin early in May. Ted Kaplan, chairman of the Health and Physical Education Committee, announed that a double round-robin series of games will be played at the Flagler and West End Parks each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. 5 who will direct the activity. The first Seder will take place in the patio of the Temple from 10 to 11 a.m., and will be followed by a separate and complete session in the dining room from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. These workshops will afford students an opportunity tor review their lessons in Passover rituals and guide them for their own home Seders, Rabbi Lehrman said. Alan Borenstein, Michael Peyton and Charles Homer will officiate. Class "mothers" will be appointed to pronounce the blessings over holiday candles, while class "fathers" will chant the Kiddush, and class "children" will ask the traditional four questions. A special Passover Primer prepared by Saul Rabin, educational director, will be distributed as an aid to the Passover Haggadah. PTA room mothers will assist in servinp Passover deliearies. Maurice Slated for Radio Radio station WKAT will feature "Maurice the Magician" radio show every Saturday morning, with the program emanating from ihe Coral Theater, according to word this week. A local cafeteria is tbe sponsor. The program will consist of audience participation, stunts, comedy quiz and a magical show. timkGMm SO LIGHT SPONGE CAKE SO FLUFFY.".". SO EASY TO BAKE MANISCHEWITZ SPONGE CAKE MIX m CII H nn il terltcl mint ewr tlM win Milicknitz htMNT SpWf* Clki Ml! Y iM tie |i r*arwii K-. CUM Ml? inn (fft in |Wt tmti Mr IM afil>f" s "' Q JlOrdtr forlyl^ "" THIS iraoU II Till milMCI N STUCTI1I MMIITI III fllEIT |UItlJ Isoac Haml'm irael since its founding in fed is an outstanding Labor j figure for the past four l He served as general secbf the Poale Zion in 1921. (tended many World Zion;ind has visited Isnerous times. Hamlin has been a member Executive bodies of the Unitjel Appeal, Farband Labor JOrder, the Jewish Agency lestine and the League for Palestine. io Recital Slated lelicov Studio Bta Melicov will present her diate class of students in a ecital at her home and stuI 10th st., Miami Beach, on \/, April llth. 2:30 p.m. Fea! will be compositions by [Beethoven. Haydn, Mozart, f, Grieg, Tschaikowsky and iucca. Icipating will be Danny ApIh, Arlene Ash, Detra CoSarriet Corman, Rheta Cor(Flora Estormes, June FarVvey Finkelstein, Nelsa Gidfloby Houston, Irving Kelenyllis Kramer, Steven Robin%  inda Schoenfeld and Leah kyearokl Nelsa Gidney will I present programs during %  a eek here and will compete ltiunal honors when she will |ten difficult compositions nemory during the National |f Piano Teachers' Auditions fing May 13. •entering the auditions will Hher of Miss Melicov's stu12-year-old Harvey Finkel>U jMt OAR I'M garine NOW *oa Can Drink All The Ice* Tea To &f Vant %  WITHOUT Gslnine A Slnffla Ounce. C T0RS RECOMMEND S UGARINE FOR !" ncs. OVERWEIGrrrs > LOW CALORIE DIETS •^^ reoaaatoal ["*"**—••*-— f*BottU..Only76o r^LABLl AT YOUR ^ f OOD STOM Youht tuwL"tU nub. • ^ TASTE THE PH. 2-1788 27 N.W. FOURTH ST. 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.lM#sftffcrJHft*7 PAGE 13 A u Xeto Foment* Discord Lrtd ^om P.* 1 A L violation of the Suez 'vent.onoflB88.theEgyp; tmistice. the Charter Flatted Nations, and decirlr ns of the United NaL Sember 1. 1951, the Council adopted withou on the passage of international commercial shipping wherever bound ..." Despite this clear injunction of the Security Council, Egypt has not only intensified its blockade but has extended it to ships passing to and from the Israel port of Elath and East Africa. A recent cargo confiscated under the extended blockade was a consignment of kosher meat carried by an Italian ship from Eritrea to Haifa. The meat was presumably converted to Shishkebab in Cairo while Israelis went meatless. of Akaba fired on the U.S. vessel "AlQj_o|" JK|# jWV,r,dl Y *•• to actually milder to ***** than tl-Ki > •' %  < %  • MRaV" $VEL FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Porve VH makes your Passover disk** Kosher and Peru. AJAX cUan, s,nk. potf,P^Et, TO£ wlf||OU wathinfl „, wi p in „_. on ., wash, jo., .oak; &AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SIN^fC** just rinto. And no "Deteroent Burn" VEL. Got a fresh now box for Passover. to ib t



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PAGE 2 B +Jmis!JtoM&eMrs. Rubinowitz Named Academy Women President for Third Term Here Hebrew Academy Women held their annual meeting last week at the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz was unanimously elected to serve as president for a third consecutive term. Tribute was paid to Mrs. David S. Andron, when she was elected honorary life vice president. Name vice presidents were the Mesdames Irving Firtel, Jerry Sussman. Samuel Reinhard, Isidore Spolter, Harry Genet, Samuel RitMount Sinai Sets Mvilual Seminar Dr. Jandon Schwarz, chairman of Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth ananual Post Graduate Seminar, announced this week that nine medical scientists of national and international prominence have been obtained for a three day study of 'the recent advances in diagnosis and therapy'' to be held at the Delano Hotel May 21st through 23rd. Medical men from all parts of the country and from the neighbor ing Caribbean and South American countries have made reservations to listen and participate in this skninar. Among the lecturers scheduled to appear is Dr. Homer W. Smith, world renowned kidney phystoiog ,-t. Dr. Smith will conduct a panel on acute kidney failure and will have as his participants in this panel Dr. Paul Klemperer, Columbiay University and the Mount Sinai Hospital of New York: Dr. 1 Lee W. Farr. director of Brookhuv en National Institute. Long Island,^ New York: and Dr. Charles K Freidberg, Columbia University and the Mount Sinai Hospital of New York. ter, Alexander Kogan and Louis Sussman. Others elected were the Mesdames Joseph Rackovsky, treas urer; Benjamin Kornreich, record ing secretary; David Si*-^responding secretary; Joseph Shapiro, social secretary; Samuel M. Grundwerg, general secretary; Alexander S. Gross, chaplain. Elected to the Board of Directors were the Mesdames B. I. Binder, Sylvia Brown, Louis Ciment. Morris S. Dubler. Jack Fensterheim. Pauline Chill, Charles Kruehtman, Sara Garfinkle. Lena Gutstein, Irving Genet, Martin Genet, Jacob Katz. George Kimmel. Aaron S. Lauer. Henry Liebman, Irwin H. Makovsky The Mesdames Alex Miller, Abraham Margel. Elias Rosch, Fannie Rubin, Rachel Sakowitz. Maurice Mamches, Ida Wessel, Daniel Yedlin, Joseph Zemel, Benjamin Kornreich, William Farr. Murray Deblinger. Arthur Bergman, Morris Cohen, Abraham Steinberg, Benjamin Appel. Herman L'isenberg Rose Lobel. Harold Kaufman. Abraham Mason. Ted Selevin and Frank Brickman. Trustees are the Mesdames Samuel Cohen. Irving Lehrman. Louis Makovsky. Al Osheroff. Irving Rubinstein and Alfred Stone. Mrs. SUmty KukinowitJ Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly ana Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Serv. -e Special Diet! Strictly Observed Private and Semi.Private Rooms. LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 3-S437 and 9-0278 Barbara Seitlin Named Phi Sigma lav President Barbara Seitlin was named presi dent of Phi Sigma Tau Council at a recent meeting held in the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Other oiucers include Marilyn F.dolsteio. 1st vice president: Madelyn Berg. 2nd vice president: Janice Katz. recording secretary; Mary Segal, corpesonding secretary: Linda Miller, treasurer; Judy Sterling, chaplain. Barbara Safer, historian-parliamentarian; Joan Edelstein, serpeant-at arms: and Marcie Feingold, pledge mistress. A luncheon installation was held last week at the home of Natalie Lung. Yevette Fogel is advisor. Welfare Board Lists Assistance Benefits Harry' Zukernick, chairman of the District No. 9 Welfare Board of the State Department of Public Welfare, reported this week that in Dade County a total of 7.117 persons were aided in the three categories of Public Assistance during March. 1954. with a total expenditure of $339,151.50. A total of 5.507 persons received old age assistance to the amount of $257,370.50. and 177 persons received aid to the blind totaling $8,724.50. Some 1.433 families representing 3961 children received $78,056.50 for aid to dependent children. Mayor Shapiro to Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, will be guest speaker 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. He will speak on "Great Names in Jewish History." Mayor Shapiro came to Miami Beach from Key West, where he served in the Navy about nine years ago. He became active in the life of the community, serving as commander of the Jewish War Veterans and president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. He was toastmaster of the Zionist Luncheon Club and conducted a weekly radio program here. Mayor Shapiro is married to the former Sylvan Chinio, an Israeli sabra. Charles H. Lee will preside over a question and answer period following the Mayor's talk. Speak at p. The Spinoa F nn _"" day evenings and 11 T DrWolfsonin,^ 1 $13,812,980 53 812.980 during 1953 w 1 increase of tt.WgJ it was reported here £? E F. White, manage,,,, den's Dairy, noteSfcZl ure represented tb Z3 farmers for milk and7 plies, to employe*, k. checks and to state atf M governments for taxes J! ments. In addition, White were 978 Borden state the state of Florida 3 its 1953 dividends of | average Borden stockla, 55 shares, White statei t Flying Fingers to Appear Regular monthly meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be held Wednesday evening, April 14th, 8:15 p.m.. at the Hibiscus Auditorium. This will be the first meeting at which newly elected president Gershon S. Miller will preside. Program will include piano and singing concert star Flying Fingers, of Radio Lee Hauser. &f POT CHI GLASS FOR EVERT PURPOSE %  TORE ntOUT — PLATE mad WINDOW GUM rurnlruxa Top*. Brlad Mlrrw r. andRaeilT.rinflOailp* I~ & G. 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AP RIL9.J?5! _.Wfcf> nrjrfrfton „', Goldstrom to be Honored by B'rith District Convention on Beach v M.s.mi %  .•••• %  > .CU Wt Si 0" / *-'''W 'W'V* 'WA^'W'W'W'W*W'W'W' Acclaimed by Reviewers The fascinating account of a Miamian's travels in many foreign lands — on all five continents. \ Read HARRY SIMONHOFF S f "UNDER STRANGE SKliS" Learn about \he astounding growth of the Miami Jewish \ Community beginning with a lone pioneer and now exceeding 50,000 souls. For Safe aft IMmmi Hebrew Seek Store, 751 Wash. Ait., Miami Beach Sol S. Gefdstrem lems of prejudice was one of the forerunners of the formation of the Anti-Defamation' League of B'nai B'rith, which was formed in 1913. Goldstrom will be honored at the Convention banquet for his more than 60 years of membership and service in B'nai B'rith. Goldstrom was recently tendered a testimonial dinner in honor of his B'nai B'rith service by Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith.' Nathan Points to Record i Annual Seder at West Miami Of Small Claims Court Annual communal Seder of the An open house Thursday marked West Miami Jewish Center will be 8:30 p.m. the first anniversary of the establishment of Dade County's new small claims court, it was announcd by Judge Raymond G. Nathan, first judge of the court. The court, which handles claims up to $300 and is located in the courthouse, was established a year ago when the late Gov. Dan McCarty appointed Judge Nathan to the post. Since then, some 26,000 persons have been served by the court, the year-end figures show. They have been litigants or witnesses in more than 8,600 cases. In order to handle the record number of cases, Judge Nathan begins court as early as 8 a.m. and holds night court both in Miami and Homestead for persons who couldn't make it during daytime hours. Judge Nathan pointed out that more than a third of the cases were prepared by the court staff. It is not necessary to have an attorney prepare the case or be present. More than 2,800 persons who came before the court did so without an attorney. "Our first year's record," said Judge Nathan, "certainly bears out the predictions of those who helped set up this much-needed court. Its purpose of handling cases in an expeditious and inexpensive manner has been upheld. Whereas it formerly took a year or a year and a half." conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman on Sunday evening, April 18 the second night of Passover,' at SEND YOUR BOY OR CIRL TO A TOP JEWISH CAMP! MM If KIT O' Will* Three HunaVed Acres of Bee tiful Mountain Ctwatry with a Ninety-Six Acre Spring Fed Private Lake in thCenter Heal*!.ful, stimulating physical and mental activity in a pleasant Jewish" oMnesphere — DIETARY LAWS OJKERVID NUS. BEA KOMiSAR Owner ami Director Oner Twenty-five Years of Camping Experience. Far Brochure and Information — 168 Third Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessat. ATOP THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS of TENNESSEE SUNiHINV SWt'l COOL FUASAKf NaBfO Complete Camp Program for Children from 6 to 16 Years of AfO Including: Canoeing Water Skiing Sailing Motor Boating Fencing Boxing Athletics Tennis Archery Riflery Creative Art Ceramics Dramatics Arts and Crafts Charm Program Dancing Fishing Trips Out Horse Back Miami, Florida, Representative: MRS. ERNEST CHERNOFF 1601 S.W. 23rd Ave., Ph. 48-411S FLORIDA A DAIRIES COMPANY nnounces The PERFECT Package For Passover Milk THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol [•lowisBi Forum OH The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Bon: WMIE (1140 on dial) "ilk Various features Freduced and Directed By in the tfU jutd'j'Jfi&> %  •..r. 0 ."."""" Sealking Plastic Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package sterilized in our dairy when it is filled and sealed. Hero i* the milk package that is leakproof. sturdy, strong. Hero is tha milk package that you open, and pour from the top corner with such perfect control that you can pour as little a* a half taaspoonful 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 rich freshness of your milk. Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Mescheloif Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies %  •hour 2-2*121 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL PRODUCTS i-noM 12 S4B0



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PAQ E8A Miss Kagan Becomes Mrs. Garber in Starlight Roof Rites; Chooses Nylon Tulle .Miss Barbara Lee Kagan became the bride Sunday of Barry Leon <>; rber in a ceremony on the Starlight Roof of the Biscayne Terrace HcteJ. A 50-year-old heirloom garter furnished the "something old" ir the former Miss Kagan. Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual 'fer. of Temple Israel, officiated the"lJ p.m. ceremony. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K'ajfan. 1251 17th St.. Miami Beach, the bride also carried an heirloom handkerchief in her bou' ;-t of white orchids and lily-oft he-valley, which fell in a cascade r a white Bible. Her gown, of nylon tulle over layers of tulle and satin, featured jouffant skirt with rows of inted lace and a sweep train. She \ re matching elbow-length gloves. Her three-tiered illusion veil was ) .d by a scalloped crown of seed pearls and iridescent sequins. Miss Janet Lazarus was maid of r nor. Bridesmaid was Sandra Dubbin. Botk were attired in strapless M taffeta gowns with shrug bott. Miss Carolyn Kagan. the bride's. Bister, was junior bridesmaid injMJlzvall Oil SiltlM'tlllY k nvlon tulle over taffeta. Her .. _, Barry Morton Goldman, SOD of Mr. and* Mrs. Bernard Goldman, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday evening and Saturday morning, at TeiAple Sinai. Holly wood Jewish Center The Bar Mitzvah will participate in the services and deliver a message to the congregation on both occasions. Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader, has chosen for his theme "Man's Noblest Virtue." Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple Choir, under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman, will chant the liturgy. A reception will be held following the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goldman and family, Bessemer. Ala.: Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goldman. Levittown, New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman, of Germany. Mrs. lorry 1. Coroor Barry Goldmann Bar ir length gown had a bertha colaccented with pink and aqua .et bows. Mr. Garber is the son of Mr. I i Mrs. Morris Garber. 2828 SW 7th ave.. and his father acted as t man. Brothers Marshall and A on Garber ushered. Also usher:-., were Murray Dubbin and Nor; n Freeman. A reception and dinner at the tel followed the ceremony. The ( .pie then left for a wedding trip I Yeradero Beach. Cuba. They v I be at home at 1800 SW 22nd after April 14th. .Inks Reck Will Be Bar Mitzvah iles Arnold Beck, son of Mr. Mrs Murray A. reck, 911 NW 1 "n ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah < n Saturday morning, April 10th, at h David Saynagogue. Rabbi Max £ piro and Cantor Maurice Mam• will officiate. ."ules is a seventh grade student at Citrus Grove HigIT School and attends* the Religious School at Beth David. A reception will be held in the Mitzvah s honor following the ceremony, Among guests of honor I be his grandparents, Mr. and Samuel Beck, 2331 SW 19th .St. Rhoda Halzband to Wed Lt. Rosenberg The engagement of their daughter. Rhoda. to Lt. Myron Rosen berg. USAF. is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Felix Halzband. 9040 Froude ave.. Surf side. Lt. Rosenberg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenberg. Jacksonville. The bride-eleei it a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Florida and is a member of the teaching staff of Biscayne Elementary School. While at the university, she was president of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Lt. Rosenberg attended high school in Jacksonville and received the BS degree from the University of Florida. On campus, he was president of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He has been on leave from Ft. Mason, San Francisco, prior to reporting for overseas duty. The couple will be married after Lt. Rosenberg completes his tour of duty. 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PAGE 10 A l ~*1*tirk*Jdtor JESMMLl Report Shows Need of Added Recreational Facilities Dade County's need for vastly increased recreation facilities and program, both public and private, Mas revealed here in an 80-page printed report released by the Citizens Study Committee on Group Work and Recreation. John E. Shuey, chairman of the group's Steering Committee, told the press at a meeting in the Coibu/ Hotel that the report was the result of more than a year's study by the 63-member Dade County Committee. The group was organized by the Welfare Planning Council and the Community Chest to study how governmental and voluntary agencies could work more < cly together to keep up with the rapidly increasing population v hich experts expect to hit the one million mark by 1960. A major recommendation was in the Liberty City area, where the Jerald Martin Hart, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hart, E'J20 North Bay rd., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, April 10th, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Jerald, o student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High School. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CO'JNTV. IN CHANCERY. No 167926 i ZABETH i.VuNs, Plaintiff ALAN LYoJJH, Dafeadnnt SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl AI.AN I.Y'iN.:;IMI Baal 7th Htraet .Ww York, x v ^• %  II art hereby nottflad that a Bill 0 'omplAlni for Divoroa has bean %  t aKuinsi v>i. • i ncl >,u are required to serve %  < ><>\>\ ol iew Ankwri 01 I'IKIIIIMK I>> thMill oi Complaint he plaintiff'* Attoiaey, BSYMOl'H I.IKBMA.X, R0.-i l.iniuHj Ron (I. MiBeach, Florida, and ft?.the aril in 1 Answer or I'l.-adlna in ihe iifttce Ol :h.Clerk c.r the Ciicult C"ourl ..n afore th* mth dav of May. I:.I II "U fall 10 do -.,. jIlilKliirnl l>\ 'Iff*ull "ill I., taken analnvi you fur the relief demanded in the HIU ..f i plajnl DONE AN'M ORDKItKD at Miami. 1 Ida, tins 6th day of April, A.D. i: B I.KAT1IKKMAN. • "lei k, Chvull CouM, I'mlr County, Florida B> \\ \l W. STiii'KIMi ill Court Heal) Deputy Clerk 4 %  U-zJ-Ju NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 167*23 MAKY JANE NORTON, Plaintiff. Y.H. WlI.Ti'X It NORTON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE '1 MILTON i: NORTON 6Mh A.P I SHAPE API) 53, c o I'M New Vork, x.Y. You are hereb] notified that ;i Bill pi I 'oiii(il.nnt fur Divorce has been 1 lad asalnal yon, ami you are rei; red to nerve a copy of May, KM. If you do -o jnoffmanl by default v^ ill be taken aaalnHt >ou for the relief demamleil fn ihe BUI of Complaint, DONE AND ORDERED at M ... this Uth day of April. AH 1S..-.4. E. n I.KATIII'M'MAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dadi County. Florida B) H')l W. BTOCKINO, irt Seal) Deputy Clark 4, I-U-29J Community Chest's James E. Scott Community Association, offering a group work program to Nejjrocs of all ages, is in need of modest facilities to carry on jLs program. JESCA's headquarters are now housed in a wooden building. The organization utilizes facilities in the Liberty City Housing Project. For two camp projects, requiring capital funds for the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, the Committee recommended these projects be sched uled to tie in with the other priority needs of voluntary agencies in Dade County. All of the voluntary group work agencies recommended for expansion of facilities receive their operating funds through the annual Community Chest campaign. Shuey pointed out the huge financial requirements for developing the needed new facilities lor the voluntary agencies led the Committee to suggest a plan be worked out to reach a realistic program for all of Dade County by 1963. Another committee of the citizens group will begin immediately to develop plans for the use of existing public facilities by the private agencies in cooperation with the governmental groups. The Committee made four major recommendations for the public Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memories of the late Isaac and Sara Lasky. formerly of 1600 SW 19th ter., will take place Sunday, April 11th, 2 p.m., at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. and Mrs Lasky are survived by a son Mortimer: and two daughters, Mrs. Betty Eidson of Corpus Chrisli and Mrs Pauline Querido of Miami. Mr. Lasky is also survived by four brothers: Albert. Louis. David and Frank; a sister. Mrs. Lily Paleski of Savannah. C.a.; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. agencies, operated with county, state and local tax funds. They urged local governments to secure additional acreage for the number of district municipal park and recreation purposes, and called on authorities to increase swimming pools throughout the county. County officials were asked by the group to give particular attention to securing neighborhood recreation facilities in the urbanized, unincorporated parts of Dade County. Academy Ball Team Downs Center Group The Hebrew Academy Baseball Melvin Ciment catcher Team seora a r victory over the Academy. m Greater Miami Community Center Mal Furman %  t the Academy £ Z !" Ephraim Eisenberg, Wn 0 In ACademy WaS "fcJS both teams to umpire. Team by a score.of 12-3, last week on the Community Center's baseball diamond. James Dublin was pitcher and Southern Dairies To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Homogenized Milk Sweet Cream 1 Pasteurized Milk Sour Cream Country Style Cottage Cheese and Popcorn Cottage Cheese SPECIAL Kosher L'Pesach Ices Lemon. 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PAGE 6 A -Jewis*/****** 1 FRIDAY. € t < t C t V i r L a I s s t h 8 o s H o ,.S b P S Cutler to Head Florida Delegation at District Convention; Leaders Expected Edward I. Cutler, of Tampa, presj cil. and Mrs. Alper. ident of the Florida State Federa-1 Following the invocation by tion of Bnai Brith Lodees. will Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of NorUl head the delegation of Bnai Brith, Shore J t -wi>h Center, the first bo* representatives from commuijjtaes ne^s i^ssion of the convention u ill throughout Florida to attend The commence at 8 p.m.. Saturday, with 18th annual convention of the Florgreeting* being extended by Mayor ida State Federation of Bnai Brith Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach. Lodges and Women's Chapters and Mavor Abe Aronovitz. of Mi which will be held from Saturday ami. Following reports on State evening. April 10th. through lunBnai Brith Federation activities, cheon on Monday. April 12th. at a special necrology sen-ice will be the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. Miami j featured at the Saturday evening Be-ich session under the direction of RabHigh Bnai Brith District Grand bi Simon April president of the Lodge officers who will attend and Greater Miami Rabbinical Aaaodparticipate in the convention will ation. and Cantor Maurice Mam include Maurice Weinstein. f. eh s c anA Charlotte. North Carolina. Presi-1 ft 10 p.m. on Saturday, a cockdent of District Grand Lodge No. 5; Ja. party and reception will be Louis Ossinsky. Sr.. Daytona Beach, held at he Biltmore Terrace Hopresident-elect, District Grand tel for all delegates attending the Lodge No. 5: Julius Fisher. Ro-I convention anoke. Virginia, secretary. District j On Sunday, morning and afterGrand Lodge No. 5: and Mrs Maurnoon boailWUll WaafoM will be held, ice Goldberg. Washington, DC. highlighting reports and panel president. Women's District Grand presentation* of the Anti DefamaLodge No. 5. I tion League of B'nai B'rith. Bnai Pre-convention programming will Brith Youth Organization. HUM begin at 6 p.m. on Saturday eveK>'.ind.,U^. armed forces and^etring with an Executive Committee r.m> commute,and the State reddinner, at the Biltmore Terrace. %  ** *•** education commitof the Florida State Federation of ,ee Bnai BYith Lodges. Sunday evening will be high l lighted with the annual State Fed-> Women's delegate* attending ( ra ,„, n banquet and dance, for' the convention will be tendered a' whicn Mi | ton A Friedman, nation-' complimentary buffet dinner on a] Bnaj BrlIn V( utn c „ mm ,ssioner. will serte as toastmaster Featured speaker will be Maurice Weinstein. president, District Grand A. Friedman, of Miami. Sening with him are A. Budd Cutler, Leo Steinman, E. Albert Pallot, Irving Shatzman, George J. Talianoff, George Kronengold, Mrs. Max David, and Gilbert J. Balkin. The convention will plan B'nai Miffe* A. frMmun side at all business sessions of the convention of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters. Heading the Convention Arrangements Committee is Milton Saturday. 6 p.m.. at the home of MrDavid Alper. 1715 Calais dr. Sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida, i Lo


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PAGE 4 B +Jewlst>ncrM**n i^A^APRaS, Model Seder for Parents Monday assist Rabbi Lehrman in the in A model Passover Seder for the instruction of parents will make its debut on Monday evening, April 12th, at Temple Emanu El. The announcement, made by Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the Tempi i Parent-Teacher Association, stated that the Seder will be conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader. The Seder will be for the purstruction scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be served by the PTA. sponsors of the event, accord ing to Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Schneider, chairmen. Members of the PTA serving on the various planning committees are Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirshfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Escott. Mr pose of presenting the order, symand Mrs. Aaron Bookspan. Dr and bols and color of the Seder senj Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz. Mr. and ice. Cantor Philip Brummer will Mrs. Henry Hillman. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen Mr. and To Hold Board Mfeeting Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a Board meeting on Tuesday. April 13th, at 8 p.m., it has been announced by H. M. Drewich. president. Mrs. Nerove is Hostess Pioneer Women. Golda Myerson Club, will hold a program honoring Youth Aliyah on Tuesday, April 13th, 8 p.m., according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Anna Seltzer, president. Mrs. Ethel Nerove will be hostess of the evening. and Mrs. Joel Newman. Displays from the Sisterhood Gift Shop will be made by MrErwin Karson and Mrs. Henry Hill man. Membership Party Due Annual membership party of the Flagler Granada Jewish Commu nity Center will be held on Sun I day. April 25th. 830 p.m.. it wa> announced by chairman Mrs. Mar cia (.'overman. Program will be of1 fered under the direction of Mrs. Miriam Schiff and Mrs. Alice Taui ber. Israeli Artists' Work To bo Shown at U of M The "Seven Painters of Israel" exhibition, opening on April 15th %  t the Lowe Gallery. University of Miami. Coral Gables, was brought to this country and is being presented nationally by the American Fund for Israel Institutions as part ..f its progrfm of cultural exchange between the United States and Is r.it'l. The American Fund is a benefi ci.,ry of the Greater Miami Jewish ("•deration. Assembled and circulated by the Institute of Contemporary Art of Boston. Mass.. with James S. Plaut director, the exhibition was first shown at the Institute, and then at the Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, at the same time as the archaeological exhibition ••From the Land of the Bibles" also presented by the American Fund; the Albright Art Gallery of Buffalo; Baltimore Museum 0 | the Los Angeles County the Tucson Fine Arts H. L. Hudson Co in Coral Gables. "Lr^. co ^3l -"W-WW^W-WWW-WI Try a Delicious HOLLAND 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. 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PAGE 12 A. >ii*hlUrkltati JWV Auxiliary Installs Officers Officers of the newly formed Jewish War Veterans Ladies' Auxiliary' No. 682 were installed Sunday evening at the Servicemen's Center. Named president was Bea Leff. Also assuming offices were the Mesdames Nettie Horowitz, senior vice president; Shirlee Kay, junior vice president; Shirley Berman, recording secretary; Harriet Eagle, corresponding secretary; Cecelia Steinberg, treasurer; Ethel Pincus. chaplain; Ann Biller, conductress. The Mesdames Ruth Davidson. Gertrude Samuels and Edith Wacks, trustees; Rose Diamond, guard: Ruth Albert, patriotic instructor; and Frances Yuni, historian. Biscayne Oval to Raise Curtain on Last Half Saturday Biscayne Kennel Club will raise the curtain on the last half of its 1953-1954 Season Saturday night. April 10th. Biscayne traditionally opens and closes the dog racing season in South Florida, and the final 46 nights of its split meeting will wind up the sport in this area until next fall. The nation's top greyhounds are fit and ready to return to the northside oval, having campaigned successfully at other Greater Miami tracks during the past couple of months. Such brilliant top-flighters as Charlie Lovely's American Derby Champion, however. Randle Brothers' Lady Huntress, M. R. (Kt fund's Ample Time, Cen-Tex Kennels' Texas Switch and many other Biscayne favorites will return to thrill the followers of the fastest growing sport in the country today. The Biscayne Spring Inaugural will headline the opening night's program, and track officials predict the field will be one of the classiest to go postward in recent years. Many outstanding events have been scheduled for the spring meeting, with the $10,000 All-Florida Championship Race topping the attractions. This contest is an open affair and annually draws the top dogs of the nation to the Miami Shores oval. Flavor-Seal Wrap Insures Freshness Shopping for Passover is generally done well in advance of the holiday; keeping the traditional Passover matzos at peak freshness after they are baked and through the seven days of the holiday is therefore of paramount importance. This year, Manischewitz Passover Matzos, long preferred by most families for their light, flaky crispness. will reach the holiday table fresher and crisper than ever, with all their delightful oven-fresh quality sealed in by the exclusive new Manischewitz "Flavor-Seal" inner wrap. This new feature, found only in Manischewitz Matzos, is an extra inner protective wrap that divides the Manischewitz 5-lb. package into individually sealed sections. Each "Flavor-Seal" section is opened separately, as needed; the balance of the matzos stay crackling crisp and delicious till they are served. An important and unique advantage in the "Flavor-Seal" inner wrap, since Manischewitz ships matzos to all parts of the country, is that both the family which lives virtually next door to the Manischewitz bakery and the family thousands of miles away now have this added assurance of the same high degree of oven-freshness in Jheir favorite Passover matzos. — S.T. Model Seder Slated Beth El Congregation will hold a model Seder for children of the Hebrew Academy and Religious Schools on Sunday morning at 10 a.m., according to an announcement by Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spiritual leader. AJe Appeals To Foster thilles Continued from P,g* 1 A the U.S. Government embark upon tility responsible for these armed clashes is checked, the situation in the Middle East is likely to get out of control."' It then urgea that : the following course: Continue economic aid to all nations of the Middle East so that the standard of living of Arabs and Israelis alike will be raised. Economic improvement will create condition's conducive to the development of stable governments and democratic institutions. Recognize that no military aid should now be given to any nation in this troubled ments can only,, ent instability Seek ,0 strength,, Nations truce machia make it ariequt e t 0 ther bo rder clashes. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AVAILMlt pint itptiti COWS delicious TRUF. FRUIT flavors have that extra sparkle of CARB0NATI0N THAT LASTS, flavor that's good to the bottom of the bottle and what's more, it's KOSHER FOR PASSOVER. And... if you're on a diet, Cofi Sugar-Free sodas art also KOSHER FOR PASSOVER in new 12 oi., no deposit, no return bottles— only 15c. IT'S COTT TO BE GOOD KOSHER FOR PASSOVER \p£s^ nw EEF, choice BEEF! The Very Finest Frankfurters, Corned Beef, Bolog* Formost Kosher £> 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Co, Phones 34721-2 ^



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 28-Number 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS •ael Complaint Against Jordan Made At UN ~ m [Bl oodshed \C Appeals Dulles on ib Problem YORK (JTA) — Prompt lorous action by the United i compel compliance of the ael armistice was urged I the American Jewish Com| in a message to Secretary (John Foster Dulles. "Such rould prevent further bloodbd make it possible to fashI enduring peace," the mes%  d. decision to address such an [to Secretary Dulles was taki emergency meeting of the [jeers of the American Jewnittce. The text of the apade public by Irving M. Engsident of the organization, kized that "mounting tension fliddle East has now reach[ grave stage where guerilla virtually exists between fb states and Israel." ssage pointed out that the [Nations machinery, estab1 the 1949 armistice agreegbas pr oven unable "to prei constant worsening of the VtA stressed the fact that Security Council "has re[been rendered impotent by Union's deliberate use Jwto power to block con re action, and it warned hnless the underlying hoslontinued on Pag* 12 A Move Follows Lebanese Request To Consider Attack on Nahalin Shown discussing plans for the Israel Bond Organization's Development Issue are (left to right) Henry Montor, vice president and senior executive officer of the organization; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chemer of Washington and Miami Beach; and Sam Rothberg, chairman of special sales. The meeting took place in the Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Chemer. UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — The Israeli delegation at the United Nations placed a complaint with the UN Security Council against Jordan Tuesday. The complaint de-, nounces Jordan violations of the' armistice agreement and its refusal to attend the IsraeJ-Jordan conference in Jerusalem tailed by UN Secretary General Dav'Hammarskjold. to a letter to Andrei Vishinsky of the Soviet Union, this month's Council chairman, Ambassador Abba Eban, Israeli representative at the UN, listed four specific violations which he asked be discussed under the general heading of the item. Jordan's violation of Article XII of the general armistice agreement by refusing to attend the conference convoked by the Secretary General. The armed attack on the bus '""* M. ln 9 ,l %  *•* txt public Soviet Veto Foments Discord; Hits East Defense Command JTA WASHINGTON — Soviet Diplomacy is applying a "let's you and hi as fight" policy wherever it can be injected into Arab-Israel as well as tassel-American relations. Andrei Vishinsky doesn't have much trouble fomenting discord between the Arab League and Israel. All he has to do is add a few hammers and sickles to the monkey wrenches already in the peace machinery. Significant help is afforded him by the Arab League's "war at any price" program and State Department appeasement ot even the most violent anti Israelism. The Soviet Union abstained last November whea the United Nations Security Council adopted a Western resolution expressing "the strongest censure" of an Israel rafd on the Jordan village of Kibya. Possibly the Russians would again abstain if a majority of the Security Council wanted to condemn the more recent Israel action at Nahalin. But when a majority of Security Council members took Israel's side last January in the Jordan River hydro-1 Navy in sabotage and harrassment OlOrtf F1f> nn rint n Al \ f. l_ : I %  electric dispute, Mr. Vishinsky us ed his veto on behalf of the Arabs. He did it again last week when the majority supported Israel's complaint against Egypt over the Suez Canal. The resolution vetoed by Mr. Vishinsky called on Egypt to remove restrictions on passage of Israel-bound ships through the Suez cut. Russia's attitude toward ArabIsrael difficulties may be traced from her support of partition. Then she wanted to get the British out of Palestine. Her present backing of the Arab League is aimed at keeping out the American-sponsored Middle East Defense Command. The Russians hope to jump on the bandwagon of the anti-Western neutralism of the Arabs by exploiting Arab resentment of Americas Zionism. A perfect example of Communist disregard for the rights of a small democracy, oppressed economically by reactionary neighbors, may be seen in Russia's approval of Egypt's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal. Eighty Nazi German officers are training the Egyptian Army and l??^onsExpected to Attend Ceremonies ] lin Groundbreaking Sunday Mtonc event in the develop* til ^ Pat er Miami "• ["J.2pm.. when the JewWli r ,he A *d breaks f Douglas Gardens,150 NE liiidVng. C eW Ab,in Memo fc: s inc,udin *K;* b,mc and p rofes !.*Mers, are expected to at• "emorabfc and ^ttul s52 b "' Arvey, boyhood hasanni e meetin Col. Chic" Ced ,hat a ,ar ki to M e,v,c leaders e BE haTth? SPeCi "" y f r LUetnbu e ,he>may -P a rtlci. The program will include: Welcome, by President Abe Kurman; Unveiling of Pioneer Plaque, David Phillips; Response for Pioneers. Judge Harold B. Spaet; Women's Auxiliary Greetings, Mrs. Sol Silverman; Building Committee Report. S. I. Bembaum; Dedication Prayer. Ttahstr Irving Lehrman; Groundbreaking Ceremony, Ablin Family, The Jack Ablin Memorial —A Tribute, M. J. Kopelowitz; The Residents Speak, Mrs. Anna Washburne; and An Appreciation to the Community, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. "For more than a year, the Home and its parent body, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, have jointly studied and surveyed the needs of the Jewish aged in Dade County for institutional care. As a result of these joint studies, a master architectural plan has been developed for the next 10 years," according to Abe Kurman, president. "The Jack Ablin Memorial, with 42 beds, is the first unit of the master plan. The master plan has been developed with flexibility in mind, so that additional units may be built as the needs become clearly evident and finances permit. The completed plan envisages a Home of approximately 175 beds." The Ablin Memorial is the first capital expansion program of a Federation agency in many years, M. J. Kopelowitz, Board chairman, explained. It reflects the astounding growth of the Greater Miami Continued on Page 3 A techniques according to Lord Reading, British Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. Other Nazis are in Cairo advising on economic warfare including blockade and boycott tactics. Egypt recently took efficient steps to tighten her Suez Canal stranglehold on Israel-bound shipping. At the United Nations, Mr. Vishinsky aided his Nazi and Egyptian comrades. He did so by vetoing the resolution which might have broken Egypt's grip on Israel. Egyptian seizure of Israel carContinued on Page 13 A German Court Acquits Nazi Ghetto Killers DORTMOND (JTA) — Twenty members of a wartime Dortmond police unit were acquitted this week by a local court of charges of murdering Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto. The unit, "Dortmond Police Battalion 61," was assigned to guarding the ghetto. The court ruled that because of their level of intelligence and education they did not know that they were committing crimes when they executed Jewish hostages in the ghetto on orders from superior officers. The 20 former officers and non-commissioned officers were indicted after many years of procrastination. They were represented by 12 defense attorneys. The entire German press, with the exception of the local Dortmund newspapers, ignored the trial and acquittal. The local press reported that witnesses had testified that the policemen, members of a special guard battalion in the ghetto, shot Jews as a sport and tallied the number of their kills on mess hall doors and walls. Several of the defendants had actually confessed before the trial. A notable feature of the trial was the testimony of policemen and other witnesses who had a Continued on Page 9 A near Scorpion Pass resulting in the murder of eleven Israeli citizens. Acts of hostility by Jordan regular and irregular forces against Israel with special reference to the recent armed attack in the neighborhood of Kissalon. Refusal by Jordan to carry out her obligations under Article VIII of the general armistice agreement to provide access to the Jews to Holy Places in Jordan-held territory and to Mt. Scopus. In his letter, Mr. Eban said these violations "were part and parcel of a general policy of hostility towards Israel which is maintained and aggravated by a campaign cf hate and incitement to war. These actions and policies of the Government of Jordan," he continued, "constitute a virtual repudiation of the armistice agreement in both letter and spirit." The Israeli representative said that the Jordan Government had refused to carry out "the most fundamental provisions" of its agreement with Israel and had declined to review that agreement. 'That government, therefore, bears a heavy responsibility for a situation fraught with grave danger to peace and security," Mr. Eban stated. It is not expected that Vishinsky will call a meeting of the CounciL before the middle of this week. The Lebanese move was aimed at countering any plan of the Western Powers to request a general discussion of the Arab-Israel border situation. British delegation circles have expressed confidence that when the Security Council takes up the Palestine question this week, the debate will not be limited to a single item but will cover the entire situation. (In London, Foreign office sources indicated that Britain was "dismayed" at the United States' procrastination over the I'rael-Arab situation which had allowed the Lebanese "to steal a march" on the Western Powers by calling for a Security Council discussion on the Nahalin incident.) It was learned during the weekend that while the United States was hesitating over whether the Western Powers should go ahead with a request to the Security Council for a wide debate of the whole Arab-Israel frontier problem — a move strongly opposed by the Arabs but strongly favored byIsrael — it is now inclined to favor such a step, which is advocated by both Britain and France. Meanwhile, Western diplomatic circles were reported discussing a proposal for an on-the-spot report on the Arab-Israel frontier situation by the UN Peace Observstion Commission, a 14-nation General Assembly body over which the USSR has no veto. Whether or n t this "watchdog" unit is asked to investigate the Israel-Arab situation or not will depend in large measure on whether the U.S., Britain and France agree to it Israeli sources at the UN, commenting on the Lebanese reque-t for placement of the Nahalin incident on the agenda of the Security Council, pointed out that the recent sequence of violence was begun by constant Jordanian murders of Israelis along the frontier, culminating with the mass murder of Israelis at the Scorpion Pa-<. "It is therefore a shocking travesty for an Arab representative to cover Continued on Page S A



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PAGE 2 A JpwIsUhHgaiL, i 8 c s 1 a 5 h F S Binder Succeeds Andron as President Of Hebrew Academy; Eight V.P.'s Named B. I. Binder, hotel operator and prominent civic and religious leader, was unanimously elected president of the Hebrew Academy at a Board of Directors dinner meeting Tuesday night in the Tides Hotel. Also elected was a slate of 16 officers, of which eight are vice presidents. The slate was presented by Irving Firtel in the absence of Lewis M. Escott. chairman of the Nominations Committee. Dr. David S. Andron. first Academy president, who served for six years, was named honorary president. Kolman Luria. a veteran in communal and civic work, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, was elected honorary vice president. Also named as honorary vice president was Harry Levitt, a' founder of the Academy. Escott. formerly a vice president, was named chairman of the Board of Directors. Vice presidents are Jack Satin. Samuel Reinhard. Samuel Kilter. Charles H. Fruchtman. Raymond Rubin. Morris Cohen. Irving Firtel and Jacob Kaufman. Samuel | M. Grundwerg is treasurer. Other* are Harry Koretzky. co-treasurer: Daniel M. Broad, financial secretary: Max Silveiberg. general secretary; Sol Goldman, auditor: Dr Irwin H. Makovsky. medical ad\i-or. In his acceptance remark-. Binder lauded the Hebrew Academy as "the only educational institution n-. the area offering a ma\imurgrated pro gram of American Hebrew education. "The Miami community." he said, has carefully studied and ap praised the Academy in th years of its exigence and iready to render its maximum support to Gables Seder Scheduled Coral Gables Jewish Center community Seder wilj be held on Sunday. April 18th. at 6:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson conducting. Steinman Named PresMtnt Of B'nai Frith State Council Recognition for "outstanding work" in B'nai B'rith circles was accorded to I-eo Steinman. of Miami Beach, by his election last | week to presidency of the Southeast Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The council Ls composed of six lodges in Dade County, as well as lodges in Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale. Steinman has served as vice president of North Shore Lodge. Miami Beach, and is also currently serving as state chairman of Veterans' Activities for B'nai B'rith. Other officers elected were Jack Kurschbaum. Jack Falk and Gilbert Balkin. vice presidents; Gilbert Schwartz, financial secretary; Milton Sadoff. treasurer; and Emanuel I.ubel, recording secretary. Reduced Rates at Vizcaya Museum Radically reduced admission rates are now in effect at Dade County's Vizcaya, the former James Deering estate, 3251 South Miami ave. County Commissioners have approved the new rate schedule, which has been made possible by the elimination of the Federal excise tax along with further reductions. The Vizcaya Policy Committee pointed out in connection with the new rates that "the support of all the Academy's Administration." Binder aiso pledged to intensify the expansion program recently embarked upon by Academy officials. He termed 1954 as the "expansion year and a decisive period in the history of the Academy." Congratulatory messages were received from Dr Andron. now in NOT York, the Father's Club. Hebrew Academy Women, and the Hebrew Academy Room Mothers. S. .1. Freedman •& M. Il<'|liu i i HEBREW BOOK STORK 417 Waahinoton AT*. Miami Baach Between Fourth and Fifth Sta. Habcww Raligioua Buppliaa For Synagoguaa and Prtrala DN. Also lot Habraw 0*1C0 -OTD TaUphona J-tOlT Israal Certificates RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER SEDERS Hebrew National Restaurant & Delicatessen 1437 Washington Ave. "The Best in Kosher Food" Order Now for Passover KOSHER POULTRY UHDU ftAlBttfrCAl &{* VISION Save fraUT 50c to SI.00 On Each Chicken Tattt Our Turkeys, Copenetlts, Fvlltti aae 1 fmt Yearlings THERE IS A DIFFERENCE Free Delivery-No Service Charge BERMAN POULTRY 87 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phona 51-1839 COMPLETE PEST CONTROL 0RKIN WaHaV IMI PMI i i i a naoTioN Call 2-1776 • f I'MI rHrfc .FRIDAY, is necessary j( t-'nthi sma?nj ^ DAY,„ AC EEMHQY No_Chir, u u 350 Liacebi Mei i a nine — M Entranca on W ocotu Prwoipooajl Lenses and I Duplicated Larae SeUclcii Stylts Star Pastry Shi 1677 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Largest Selection of Traditic Passover C^es, Cookies and Pesach Baked Products USING FINEST PESACH INGRiDlUM PLEASE PLACE YO0R ORDER AS SOON All jfke Delivery Miami and Miami Beach CALL PHONE 58-7530 CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI Services in tte true ipiritj of tLc JewisL tradition...and dedicated to ease tte burJe or tne bereaved. iversidi MEMORIAL CHAM 1 -* FUNERAL DIMCTOI* TWO CONVENIENT LOCATION 5 Miami ** 1236 Washing^* I .... % %  Vl* Miami Wat PUgkr ft 20th Ave. nmm940H EGGMATZOHS T. MIWMAM, Faacral Director m uaw aa*> Ma* farce* aa4 AM" A*. boa* |U**