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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 )
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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
bLUME 29Number 9
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
DISCUSSION
Id Sabotage
Indemnity
iw in Bonn
,.jTA) Parliamentary
of Chancellor Konrad
jer's Christian Democratic
fcn'l of the Social Democratic
on joined last weekend on
i I the Bundestag in a
worded condemnation of
fvalent "cold sabotage" of
lification for individual vic-
Nazism through court deci-
fcf lee ting unmistakable anti-
[heated discussion erupted
111n- firs! reading of a So-
pnncratir amendment lo the
Indemnification Law,
-,i- referred to the Bundes-
P indemnification commit-
amendmeot proposed the
I" uo >l payments under the
Advanced the target date
kpletion of the program by
p$.
government bench, as has
le case in most similar in-
wa empty during the de-
lis time because it conflict-
a Cabinet meeting. But a
\i\ Democratic deputy from
hiade it clear that Chancel-
mauer was in foil agree-
|ith the sentiments of the
hanl hoos were heard from
l the chamber when Dr.
ndt, ;i Social Democrat,
I number of excerpts
llicial opinions and verdicts
[down by German judges in
I lion eases. Professor
chmid. a leading Social
lit. demanded impeachment
tidies concerned.
Irndi quoted, for instance,
}i reached by the Mann-
strict Court last November
Intinued on Page 3 A
Sharp Fighting Erupts in Near East as Israel Expresses
Concern for Surprise Turkish Understanding With Iraq
Pro-Government Newspaper Declares
Pact Will Increase Need for Defense
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal leaders Carl Weinkle (cen-
ter) and David Phillips meet for golf with famed radio, tele-
vision and motion picture star Jack Benny. Mr. Benny was here
last weekend to help the United Jewish Appeal kickoff its
1955 campaign for $100,000,000.
Appeal Opens 1955 National Drive
With $17,650,000 Record Pledge
Counted at Miami Beach Kickoff
JERUSALEM (JTA) Serious
concern over the effects on Israel
of the Iraqi-Turkish treaty for
mutual defensewhich was rati-
fied last weekend by the parlia-
ments of both countries
and stability in the Middle East "
The spokesman also emphasized
the fact that "the treaty lacks a
clause which customarily appears
in all mutual treaties, whereby
was ex-1 both parlies undertake to refrain
pressed here irf Israel Government from the use or threat of the use of
circles. It was noted tfrit the pact force in their international rela-
confirms the negative attitude of tions and to settle all disputes with
Ifte Arab countries toward Israel. j other states by peaceful mean;"
A spokesman lor the Foreign This clause is "conspicuously ab-
Office here drew attention to the sent" from the treaty, the Israel
fact that the treaty contains a official pointed out.
An all-time record for support of
a philanthropic cause was set here
last weekend as the United Jewish
Appeal got its 1955 nationwide
campaign under way with $17,650,-
000 in individual contributions.
The campaign opening came at the
close of a three-day national inau-
gural conference in the Saxony
hotel.
Angeles Survey Reveals Serious
:nminatory Practices in Job Field
INTIC CITY (JTA)A stu-
v>- available in the Los An-
prea during a two-week
(ast month revealed that 17
of these job openings dis-
ced against Jews, it was re-
here at the two-day national.
ni"n conference of the Jew-
?nr Committee. The survey
fevealed this bias was car-
by the metropolitan offices
pepartment of Employment
[Angeles and covered 5,335
tilings.
|1<>- Angeles survey, whose
results were mirrored in
the Maryland State Em-
|i't service and in the Chica-
turned up the fact that
>f all managerial and
lional openings were chs-
pory, with over half of them
against Jews. Three-quar-
all clerical jobs carried dis-
Wory specifications and of
(ully 27 percent were anti-
1 hicago area, it was re-
Martin Gerbor. director
l">n i) of the United Auto
I'S WEEK'S ISSUE
ion mm
Religious Directory
Wort*
Society
Waihinjtoa |MM
Workers-CIO, the Bureau of Jew-
ish Employment Problemsset up
by the JLC together with the
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress and
Bnai B'rithhad found that 1,000
of 3,700 national business compa-
nies placed job orders which dis-
criminated against Jews. The sur-
vey was based on job orders placed
with employment agencies in 1953
and 1054.
"Over 200 firms which have
prime or sub-contracts with the
government were found among the
1,000 discriminatory firms listed,
despite the fact that both prime
contractors and sub-contractors are
obligated by President Executive
Order to observe merit practices as
essential condition of their govern-
ment contracts," Mr. Gerber .told
the 250 Jewish labor leaders at the
parley. "It is estimated that Jews
represent 16 percent of registrants
at the employment agencies, but
less than 11 percent of all their
referrals, and- only six percent Of
all placements."
George F. Ueany. president of
the America* Federation of La-
bor and scheduled to head the pro-
jected merged labor movement
with 15,000.000 affiliated members.
told the parley that the labor
movement would not tolerate racial
or religious discrimination.
The record breaking proceed rep-
resents ififts pledged here and is
the result of a strenuous pre-cam-
paign solicitation of larger contri-
butions that has been carried on
since the first of the year.
William Rosenwald. of New
York, general chairman of the U
JA, hailed this outpouring of gifts
as "a dramatic and unprecedented
response to human needs." He
pointed out at the same time that
the $17,650,000 in gifts tops a more
than $14,000,000 campaign-opening
proceed of two years ago and that
contributors this year "acted al-
most to a man in giving more than
they did in 1953 and 1954."
Morris W. Berinstein, of Syra-
cuse. N.Y., a national campaign
chairman, who presided at part of
Sunday's session, termed the drive-
opening proceed "a remarkable
Continued on Pap* I A
pledge directed against Israel. Un-
-BU LLET IN -
GAZA, Egyptian Sector (AJP)
United Nations truce commis-
sion headquarters here were
stoned late Tuesday by violent
mobs of Arabs, who smashed-
windows and tore clown Ihe IN
flag in four hours of rioting
touched off by a bloody border
clash between Egyptian and Is-
raeli troops. The battle occurred
on the heels of a border clash
Monday night, the aftermath of
which was a report by Arab head-
quarters that 38 Egyptians were
dead and 33 wounded. Israel
Army spokesmen charged that
Egyptian marauders had crossed
the border and were chased back
behind their lines.
der this pledge, both Iraq and Tur-
key have obligated themselves "to
take measures guaranteeing en-
forcement of the United Nations
resolutions on the Palestine ques-
tion." The Arab countries have
charged Israel with ignoring the
UN resolution on the internation-
alization of Jerusalem.
"This hostile intent towards Is-
rael, which forms an integral part
of the Iraqi-Turkish pact," the Is
rael spokesman said, "is a patent
statement that the new treaty is
liable to encourage Arab belliger-
ent tendencies in their relations
with Israel, to foment aggressive
ambitions and to undermine peace
The pro-government Davar de-
clared that the signing of the Iraqi-
Turkish pact requires greater pre-
paredness on Israel's part and in-
creased efforts to offset dangers
developing from this new develop-
ment in the Middle East. The edi-
torial insisted that Turkish identi-
fication with the official Arab at-
titudeboth on the United Na-
tions part it inn plan for Palestine
and on recognizing the existence
of a state of war between the Arab
Etatea ind brae] -' puts Israel-Tur-
|kish relations to a severe test, to
our regret."
The Jerusalem Post, indepen-
dent and only English-language
newspaper in Israel, commented
; that Israel, owing to its situation in
the middle of the Arab world,
could not view this development
with "philosophical detachment."
HAIFA ,
6AZA BATTLE ZONE
REPORTER SUBMITS QUESTION TO EISENHOWER
President Urged to Act in Ladejinsky Case
WASHINGTON (JTA)Clark B. Mollenhoff, cor-
respondent for the Des Moines Register and Trib-
une, who was asked this week by President Eisen-
hower to submit evidence of "wrongdoing" by the
executive department in the smearing of Wolf Lade-
jinsky as a security risk by the Agriculture Depart
ment said that he submitted the question to the
President because the President has previously
avoided comment on loyalty excesses by members
of the legislative department but took responsibility
for persons in his own executive department.
Mollenhoff has not yet received an answer to the
letter he was asked by the President to send follow-
ing a sharp exchange at a White House press confer-
ence this week. The exchange occurred when Mol-
lenhoff, who revealed the Agriculture Departments
endorsement of an Anti-Semitic letter against Lade-
jinsky several weeks ago. asked the President for
comment on the application of false subversive
labels on individuals by the executive department.
The President answered that he could not reply
to such a hypothetical question, but that he would
give his opinion "when you bring me facts such as
you now allege." When Mollenhoff then asked if the
President's reply were an invitation, the President
replied that if he submitted such facts they would
"get the finest kind of consideration."
Mollenhoff. in his letter to President Eisenhower,
said: "As long as the Department of Agriculture re-
fuses to admit a mistake, or substantiate its charge,
Wolf Ladejinskymust wear a label stating that he
is a member of subversive organizations. High offi-
cials of other departments of government have
stated privately that they are powerless to move in
correcting this situation as long as Secretary Ben-
son remains fixed in his views. It is for thi -. reason
that I posed the question at the press conference.
The question wa.s stated in a general way because
of your past indications that you do not like to com-
ment on specific cases "
He asked the President:
"What is the general policy of the White House
with regard to correcting mistakes if it becomes
clear that an executive agency was making charges
against an individual that were not substantiated?"


PAGE 2 A
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800 See Dedication
Of Academy Scroll
SMh 800 persons, friend-- and t
,lrnifer< ot Samuel Ritter, local '
hotel owner, attended dedication
cerernnnir** of a Scfcr Torah he '
gave Sunday to the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
Principal speaker was Rabbi Irv-
ing I.rhrman. of Temple Emanu-El.
who described Ritter as ""a pioneer
builder of Miami Beach in both
physical and cultural value.-.'"
The Scmll was presented in
memory of his wife. Rose, a vice
president of the Academy and
prominent communal morker.
Accepting the Scroll on behalf
of the Hebrew Academy wa> B I.
Binder, president The Scroll pre- J
seated," Binder declared, will be |
studied diligently by the 250 boys
and girls of the Hebrew Academy
and will not be tucked awav in the
Arc''
Toastmaster for the evening was
Shepard Broad.
Taking part in the musical pro-
gram were Cantor Abraham Seif.
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
and Cantor Philip Brummer, of
Temple Emanu-El.
JWV Auxiliary to Elect
nan Bruce Brown Auxiliary.
jcwi>h War Veterans, will elect
officer* on \\ cdnesday evening.
Mar". 9. at the Republican Club.
1947 West Flagler St.
Helimarts to be Feted
Luncheon honoring Mr and Mrs
Samuel Helfman will be held by
Congregation Beth Tfilah Sister-
hood on Sunday afternoon, Mar.
13. at the Strath Haven hotel, ac-
cording to Mrs. Rachel Katz. pre-,
ident. The Helfmans leave for Is-
rael on Mar. 26.
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than Anocin Tablet*. Buy Anoc.iSi
Contestants for the annual Purim Queen contest pose in antici-
pation of the teenage carnival to be conducted Saturday eve-
ning. Mar. 5, at the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. One of these girls will be selected as Purim
Queen. First row (left to right) are Sharon Goldstein, Barbara
Cohen, Sandy Thierman and Marsha Horowitz. Second row
are Carlye Lee Gordon. Rose Benson. Rosalie Schwartzman
and Sheila^Wyle. Third row are Ruth Gratz, Renee Malko,
Toby FishmatWad Ina Schwartz'.
I
Greeting were extended on be-
half of City Council by Harufo-f'p||fjrtl_ i^lVJti%/al ^j Community Center, announced
Turk. Other speakers on the pro-1 *" TrK^MlTllVOI Sam g^ger an(j Bette Baron, co-
Liram were Rabbi Jonah Caplan T"q PfVs? Qr&IJPPn l!chairman of the teen age council,
and Abraham Finestone. of Knes- | ** r .N"*"*" I Council, composed of represen-
eth Israel Congregation. Purim cartiirt! will be held Sat"- '-'lives of the 14 groups, is spon-
Featured on the program was the urday evening. Mar 5. at the Beach ",rin2 tne annual event.
60-voice choir of the Academy, un- Branch. Greater Miami Jewish
der the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag. musical director.
Detroiters Purchase
$261,500 In Israel Bonds
Agudath Israel Sisterhood
Marks Purim Celebration
DETROITMore than 350 De-
troit Jews attended Detroit Israel
Highlight of the carnival will be
the crowning of Queen Esther to
be selected from 13 candidates.
Proceeds of the Carnival will go to
the camper's assi.->tance fund.
A prize will be awarded to the
booth best carrying out the Purim
theifie.
Clubs participating in the carni-
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Sisterhood ot Agudath Israel He-
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on Thursday.
Chairman was Mrs. Roslyn Sei-Jval area 'Emaiion-. knights. Shay-
del. assisted by Mrs. Gus.-ie Phil- im. Satans. Rebels. Mu Sig. Ami-
Bond Dinner Tuesday which result- lips and Mrs. Sarah Tunick. Boat- ens, Chancellor-. Sigma Tau Sigma
ed in sale of S261.300 in Israel esses were Mesdainea Bobbie Krut- Lambda Sigma. Keystones LAig-
Bonds. chik. Frances Lilian. Lena Siegel. Ion. A. B L.. Sabers'.
Capacity audience was -tirred by Lei.sel Guttman, Ethel Ever and -------------------------------------------------
addresses by Sen. Wayne Horse, ol : Sylvia Katz. I
Oregon, and Robert Abrahami. I Assisting on the program as
manager of Yuval Gad Pipe Fac- members of th(, cnojr were tne
lory in Israel. Leaders here who' Mesdames Esther Lerman, Betty
-poke at the fir Detroit's 1955 Bond Drive were i Phillips. Sarah Tunick. Bertha
Mrs. Joseph Katchke. chairman of jCroudan. Hannah Berger, Lillie '
the Detroit Women's Division for | Blaser. Trudy Katz and Mollie
Israel Bonds; Elias Goldberg. Is- Pearlman.
rael chairman for B'nai B'rith Mrs Hannah Berger was ehair-
Council of Detroit: David J Cohen. man ,ne refreshment committee
outstanding Detroit Mizrachi lead- and asaiatsd by Mrs. Irene
er; and Nathaniel Share and Las- Smitn- '
ter Burton, co-chairmen of the n------------------------------
ception committee purim Cantata Slated Sunday
Sen. Morse, who was introduced Children of the North Dade
by Lieut. Gov. Philip A. Hart, of Jewish Center Sundav school will
Michigan, emphasized vital im present a Purim cantata "Stars
portance of Israel Bonds as eco- over Shu-han. on Sunday evening
nomic power to strengthen Israel Mar. 6. Cantata was written bv
and criticized American foreign Rabbi L I Newman and will be di-
policy of arming Arabs. reeted bv Irving Jacobson
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Cold Sabotage
Of Indemnity
Continued from Pag 1 A
Jewi-h storekeeper had been
JicA insulted and beate up
' because hr was the Jew, Sig-
KiWolffers, but simply because
L was a number of the Jewish
P lc The boycott of Wolffers,
rj(i the judge, was not an act of
teneeution thai would entitle him
, restitution bul "merely a tem-
^.prv retaliatory measure of an
Lonomic nature against German
Crv ,.....ch." Wolffers' flight
om" Germany, therefore, the
rt continued, was "not emigra-
bon for reasons of individual per-
lecution, Imt a precautionary meas-
. taken in anticipation of corn-
events."
Last year, the government of
Ldcn-Uiierttemberg commission-,
Id a secret judicial opinion" from
residing Judge Hans Teufel of
ottweil. which it then used to jus-
jfy its dismissal of Dr. Otto Kues-
fcr. the last high ranking official
the state who was willing to
Ight for adequate indemnifica-
|on. One of the principal "accusa-
|onV against him voiced by Judge
ufel was that Dr. Kuester grant-
a pension to the widow and
linor children of an officer exe-
jitcd for participation in the 1944
lot against Hitler's life. He should
lot have authorized the pension,
lie Judge wrote, because the offi-
cer had "only been engaged in the
tving ol women and children."
J Professor Frani Boehm, of the
kistian Democratic Union, in his
Rimming up, said that unfortunate-
it had to be admitted that such
kdges could count on support
|om a large part of the population,
[nee indemnification is not popu-
Ir in Germany. Renazification in
le Federal Republic, he added,
kd not made as much progress as
bme people believe, "but it has
Weeded much further than we
kould like."
Meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom holds a
special program dedicated to Jewish Music Month, Brother-
hood Month and the American Jewish Tercentenary. Shown
are Mrs. Aaron Farr. president. Conference of Jewish Women's
.Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties; Mrs. Charles
H. Alter, president, American Jewish Congress of Greater Mi-
ami; Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, president of the Greater Miami
Chaper of Hadassah; and Mrs. Helen Sanders, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Irving
B. Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood (second from left), is
shown presenting a copy of the program to the four women
leaders.
Bach Transcriptions to be Feature
Of Leopold Stokowski Concert Here
fivo Speaker
Mated Here
[Israel Steinbaum, of New York,
be guest speaker at a meeting
Dcr Yiddisher Forum on Sat-
May evening. Mar. 5. at Kneseth
bael Congregation.
I Subject of Steinbaum's address
(ill be "The Problem of Academic
reedom."
| The speaker has been a teacher
nd is a frequent contributor to
nblications on educational sub-
Cts. He is currently affiliated
the Yiddish Scientific In-
litute.
Der Yiddisher Forum is a week-
presentation of the Greater Mi-
ni Chapter of YIVO.
Internationally renowned con-
ductor Leopold Stokowski will be
guest artist with the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sun-
day and Monday evenings, Mar. 13
and 14, at the Miami Beach and
Dade County Auditoriums
Noted for his many orchestral
transcriptions of the organ and
choral works of Johann Sebastian
Bach. Mr. Stokowski will present a
number of these, with the UM or-
chestra under his baton.
Scheduled are Toccata and Fu-
gue in D minor, Heiligeslied "Main
Jesu" and Passacaglia and Fugue
in C minor. Only the "Toccata"
and "Mein Jesu" will be performed
in Mr. Stokowski's own transcrip-
tion.
I
[oncert Friday on Beach
1a concert on the ukelele. from
paydn to Gershwin, will be featur-
Kriday evening at a meeting of
friends of the Seven Lively Arts,
|100 Washington ave. Entitled
Three Musical Moods," the coir-
will feature instrumentalist
Parry Martin.
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The first part of the program^
will also feature the noted con-
ductor's transcription of the Pre-
lude to Richard Wagner's Opera,
"Tristan and Isolda," as well as the
final "Liebestod" scene.
Part II of the program will fea-
ture a performance of Peter Ilyitch
Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 4 in
F minor.
In addition to Mr. Stokowski's
reputation as a conductor and com-
| poser, his research in the field of
1 sound recording and reproduction,
1 in collaboration with electronic en-
I gineers and commercial laborator-
I ies, led directly to our present
high-fidelity recordings and repro-
duction systems. As long ago as
1934, he and Dr. Fletcher con-
ducted tests that determined that
13.000 cycles per second was the
optimum high end of hearing. This
at a time when radio and record-
ings were reproducing at a high of
only 5,000 c.p.s.
It was the intellect and souf of
this man which in the twenties and
thirties transformed the Philadel-
phia Orchestra into one of the out-
standing musical achievements of
our time. It was Stokowski, who, in
collaboration with Mrs. Bok was
one of the mentors of the Curtis
Institute, and who contributed not
only his ideas but conducted the
Institute Orchestra for the first
few years.
The result of his work with both
the Philadelphia and Curtis Or-
chestras is that, today, the major-
ity of first chairs of various orches-
tras are held by men who were di-
rectly under the baton of Stokow-
ski for a sustained period of time,
or their students. His effect upon
the present style of symphony men
is truly remarkable. ______
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Friday, March 4, 1955
Adar 10, 5715
Number 9
Festival of Purim and Human Freedom
The Jewish world will mark the ancient
Festival of Purim March 8. Although a minor
holiday among the many celebrations in the
Jewish calendar, Purim again affirms the age-
long Jewish inspiration to preserve a tradition
and pay homage to a culture whose ideals and
aspirations have changed little through the
centuries.
The Book of Esther, in its final words, directs
us to mark the Festival of Purim "according as
Mordecai the Jew and Esther the Queen had
enjoined them." Thus, although the thirteenth
day of Adar, the day before Purim, is spent in
fasting, the Jewish people, according to the pre-
cepts of the Shulchan Aruch, have traditionally
spent the month in jollity and merriment as a
reminder of the hour when a young maiden
pleaded the cause of her people before d?
mighty king.
In essence, it seems to us that this has Jeen
the general course of Jewish history for many
generationsthe need of a leader to plead for
his people in an alien and freguently antaao-
nistic world. The Haman we recall during the
Festival of Purim is the tyrant of all ages and
all times.
Even the rxist two decades have marked the
rise and fall of many such Hamansdictators
who attemDted to assault the dignity and
freedom of the Jews, and thus of all humankind.
And while a great war was waged to silence
forever their ambition and end their challenge
of man's right to determine his oersonal des-
tiny, yet do we find others who take their place
todaywho teach us that the fiaht for decency
and universal understanding is a recurring
phenomenon.
In this sense, Purim is a holiday which re-
minds us of the ancient Jewish strugale for a
proper place among the nations. And it may
well serve as a reminder to the non-Jew that
tyranny can never survive. For like the kina
and his advisor before whom Queen Esther of
old pleaded, all dictatorsall Hamans and
their ilkstand contrary to the free image in
which men were hewn.
ty LEO MINDLIN
CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE James Roosevelt (Dem) ai
ed a recent reception at the White House given by President and
Eisenhower for Washington's political dignitaries. This was th_ jj
affair that achieved such notoriety because the President failed f*1'
vite Sen. McCarthy and his wife. At a Combined Jewish Appeal bn
some ten days ago in the San Marino Island home of the Jack Dai
Rep. Roosevelt called the White House reception "Old Home \\>
He said that he knew and shook hands with every servant anund
dinner table, and I was inclined to believe that the California Cong
man is a more integral part of the Presidential Mansion than Mr I
hower can ever hope to be.
This is not meant by way of criticism. I am simply following ;
in the road of history, which put FDR in the White House from*
until his death in 1945 a period*of time marked by sweeping readjn
ment in the classical relationships between government and the stj
government and industry and government and the individual
face of insistent socio-economic demandsand which saw Rep. r(
velt at his father's side more and more often toward the end of i
critical war years. It has been said of James Roosevelt that hi* po as aide to FDR gave him a greater degree of experience in state*
ship and diplomacy than most other men achieved while occupying t
Office of President before 1932. It is this, perhaps, plus hi. nn
victory in California despite personal and ill-timed disadvantages:
his brother's succumbing to Attorney General Jacob Javit- in New'.
that raises his prestige as a possible Democratic Party standard beai
Rep. Roosevelt, with a sense of supreme comfort, remarked
was glad to see President Eisenhower looking well. "I am always i
to see him well." he said, adding: "I prefer him to the Vice PthN
and you may quote me." Thn>was all by way of announcing tha*
written a letter to the State Department two weeks ago asking Seen
John Foster Dulles for clarification of U.S. foreign policy in the!
East particularly as it applies to the arming of Arab League
Ii i- significant that the answer to the California Congressman'; in
did not come from Mr. Dulles, himself, but rather from an a*si
secretary' As may. of course, be expected, the State Department i
repeated a by now wearisome formula: We are sending arm
Arab leaders because they must be given the wherewithal to
order among their people.
ACCORDING TO Rep. Roosevelt, this kind of diplomacy i-'
est on its face." He told the Combined Jewish Appeal firoup t
are actually being used to crush the defenders of Israel because I
the high standard of living in the Jewish State are spreading like I
fire to scorch the sensibilities of the entire Near Eastan area in I
abject poverty reaches the lowest possible depthsand that l\S.
mission to Arab intimidation is tantamount to rejecting our
ments made there when we originally supported Palestine pin
The intimidation to which Roosevelt referred is an aspect of wfc
The Community and a Successful Campaign called "a vicious, highly organized, well financed campaign'
launched in America to seek our government's help in destroying tall
LOTS OF "HAMANS" STILL LEFT
NCCJ Honors a Community Leader
It was with justifiable pride that the Greater
Miami Jewish Community witnessed the nation-
al award to Sam Blank made by the National
Conference of Christians and Jews during the
third annual brotherhood dinner sponsored
here by NCCJ's Florida division.
Blank was cited for his outstanding service.
to the Conference as a member of the execu-
tive committee of the national board for the past
three years.
The award was also made to the Jewish com-
munity leader in recoanition of his humanitar-
ian and soirited leadership in the religious,
educational, civic, philanthropic and economic
areas of Greater Miami.
Blank is no stranaer to communal activity,
both in the many Jewish and general organiza-
tions that devote their eneraies to the better-
ment of peoole everywhere. The National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews has honored a
man whose service emphasizes the ideal of
brotherhood.
Combined Jewish Appeal workers meet Fri-
day morning at the Algiers hotel to consider
the progress made to date during the 1955
campaign. <*
One thing with which volunteer workers will
attempt to cope is the mid down" and a feeling of complacency that has
grown out of this year's good beginning in the
annual drive to support local and national
agencies, as well as the State of Israel.
Actually, a rapid glance at the calendar re-
veals that the 1955 CJA drive is only half over,
that current totals stand at approximately
S950.000 and that at least S400.000 are still
needed if the SI.350,000 goal set by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is to be achieved.
CJA workers in this regard will also have to
discuss methods of coping with a prevalent mis-
conception in the communityone which in-
evitably contributes to the "slow-down"- the
feeling that a handful of leaders
Part of this current campaign is a new speakers' bureau oapril
of noted Arab leaders who have already begun touring major I' S ate I
using Dorothy Thompson's "American Friends of the Near Easf j
front. Pamphleteering is apparently another 6f its devices. Rep.
velt remarked on one such pamphlet, which indicates that peace iifcl
Near East will be an impossibility so long as our government persiAM
supporting the Jewish State. Continued support, the pamphlet MM
will succeed in amalgamating all the anti-Israel, and thus ar.ti-Aifl
can. forces in that part of the worldforces which may even iocM
India.
All of our fears are therefore aroused: the possible loss ofW
Arab nations as a bastion against communist aggression, the final Ol
fection of Nehru from Western favor. If Rep. Roosevelt did not askrifl
arms are needed to maintain order among the Arab peoples, bt M
just as well by calling the intellectual bluff" of the State DeparuuM
when he remarked: "We do not have the right to erect governKM
elsewhere in accordance, with our own political thinking But '*|
have no right to support governments that clearly oppose our beam
Thus, the California Congressman bridged the gap between his ori
charge of dishonesty in U.S. foreign policy and his bitter oh*
that this kind of Arab propaganda is a "snare and a delu-mn
For if we were ever confronted with Russian aggression in
Near East. Rep. Roosevelt observed, it is clear that we would find <
selves thrust into the role of defenders of the status quo: the
nations, he said, could not take care of themselves militarily "no i
our arms'' In this regard, the California C'ongresi
Jewish Population on the Increase
Some startling fiaures are presented in* the
recent issue of the "American Jewish Yearbook
for 1955." Estimated is the fact that the world's
Jewish population at the end of 1954 was
11.866,000.
The latest "British Jewish Yearbook" guotes
the slightly lower fiaure of 11,737.000. But even
if we look at an optimum estimate of 12.000.000
Jewish souls, this a far cry from the 17,000.000
Jews who were represented among the world's
people in 1939 before the Nazi slaughter of the
six million.
A hopeful note is the startling growth of the
American Jewish com
Yearbook, 5,200,000 Jews in me u.s.
approximate figure which will have to be
checked in light of further research."
Here in Miami, we are well apprised of the
significance of expanding Jewish areas on the
- here are re- ,
sponsible for the major part of the annual goal.! what they had of _.
The fact of the matter is that the S400.000 still BP*Uea "ut ,ne delusion well. The snareour incredible foreign poltt
needed must come from the rnmm.'inii,. .' whose chief "success" lies in its original discrediting of an lr.finiw
superior Achesonled State Department, and in its suave public n*J
tionshe refrained from remarking upon.

I ASKED my question of him simply: "Do you have any comi"
on Secretary' of State Dulles?" Rep. Roosevelt thought for a mom*
smiled charmingly and with a twinkle in his eye said: "No." A-
ter of fact. Rep. Roosevelt said "no comment" to many of my que
but most of these non-committal replies, as well as the manner in **
they were made, had more of the stuff of political acumen and sag
in them than some of the complex perorations voiced by a good nu
of the Washington leaders I have had the fortune to meet
What do you think of West Germany's Herr Abs In our ir.idst^
asked again. To this, Rep. Roosevelt replied thit, if what he had "
about the former Nazi terrorist is true, then we must tell Konrad
nauer to recall him to Bonn because the United States will not
bustaMM with this kind of spokesman. "But he came her at the uw
tion of Secretary Dulles," I politely observed. .Rep. Roosevelt l*W
once more, this time mirthfully: "No comment 1
But the California Congressman did have a good deal to say
Formosa. Red China and Chiang Kai-shek. Conceding the ultimate
bihty of L'.S. recognition of the Mao Tse Tung government, with tw
carding of Chiang "as so much excess baggage." he nonetheless
his trust in the hope for peace by remarking on prospects of
from the community at
large. This is unguestionably a large sum and
it seems to us that every individual, in order to
meet his responsibility, must be apprised of the
significance of "plus-giving" in the same man-
ner that plus-giving" as a prereguisite for a
successful 1955 CJA campaign was emphasized
at the outset of the drive.
The ultimate decision with regard to achiev-
mq the SI.350.000 goal therefore clearly riste
with the individual Miamian-no matter how
kuge or small his gift may be. With this in
mind, let us all fortify ourselves against those
ti^^P^n doldrums" and make certain
hat there will be no disappointment in store
for the v.tal agencies depending upon us here
and abroad- nor. indeed, for the people of
cn,ict.Whho The Yearbook places (
American scene.
city's Jewish population at "60.000? ThiTmodest
estimate becomes more meaningful when we
consider Greater Miami's 30 synagogues and
SSSfJM fUU"ti,B- Spili,Ual leade- ond S
SI5.000.000 expansion program during the past
.munity. According to the ^tSSTusSafS^S Iewish cnimunity.
Jews in the U.S. "is an American Jewish Yearbook for 1955" pre-
sents a hopeful note, which augurs well for
cZ ,eVery7here' "*" *"* th. indescrib-
able low of Iuc million of ,heir
than twenty years ago.
univf
military training. "I may be alone in this attitude," Rep. Roosevelt
but I shall oppose to the limit of my resources the taking attay,('jl
the useful years of our youth." The military, he felt, has not >et w
a means of employing the many valuable resources in educaUon.
well as in civic areas, that may be applicable to U.S. defenses tm
it is taking now. on which gun-rattling becomes an expedient i(.
infraction of civil liberties, one could only agree, leads toward tasc- l
To me. this sounded like the old voice of his father, *nen'^3
in years and strength, he led this nation from the pit of its **
despair. For me. Franklin Roosevelt is yet a dilemma -the brf
oi his statesmanship at home, the frequent ambivalences a*
S^n.Cie.l 'nchis d*nK" with foreign nations. Somehow It
strange that Sunday to hear called a greet name resurrected. *
hr ??*veH "Pressed himself in this unsolicited observation. H
near history rewound.


LmAY_MARCH 4. 1955_
Rallies Will Hear Noted Educator;
Expansion Committee' in Early Plans
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Dr Louis I- Kaplan, nationally
D* educator and author, will
Jl,,. return trip to Miami, by
0ular request, to address twq
P"ficant Combined Jewish Ap-
eal ralli,'s- .
. Announcement of Dr. Kaplans
Liking engagements was disclos-
early gm J. Heiman.
nr Kaplan will address a C-
[,'.. workers' rally on Tuesday
venmt'. Mar. 5, at Temple Beth
tholom <'n the following night.
Kaplan is scheduled to speak
belare a mass workers' rally at
5eth David Congregation.
rallies are the first official
mts scheduled by the Combined
Li4i Appeal "C-Day" committees
Miami md Miami Beach for the
hurpose "l recruiting "C-Day" vol-
unteer- in the mammoth door-to-
loor drive now officially scheduled
Sunday. Mar. 27.
On Friday. Mar. 18, all syna-
logucs have announced a Federa-
ls Sabbath dedicating the eve-
ling to an all-out effort for en-
lling "C-Day" volunteers. The
immunity's top personalities in
he fields of philanthropy, welfare,
ligion and government will oc-
lupv the pulpit and bring to each
Wregation the story of the Corn-
lined Jewish Appealthe all-em-
wing community effort which
" vital causes,
minarj plans include action
im i up msion committee, head-
1,1 by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. This
Coup, In addition to -ecuring some
1.000 volunteers lor "C-Day." has
Wanned a -cries of 35 CJA house
lartie- on Wednesday. Mar. 23.
Workers 'ill receive their final
Btructions for (-Way."
"We an inviting the entire Jew-
Mi community to attend the im-
tant -piritual meetings at Tern-
it.
Abraham F/neston*
ineseth Israel
larks Progress
Kneseth Israel and its Sisterhood
pii\ h(,id a joint celebration, mark-
US the :ifth anniversary of the ex-
Ittance of the congregation, with
banquet on Tuesday evening,
Ur, ti, in the social hall of the
>'
This banquet coincides with the
rea-t of I'urim which is observed
fn that day.
The year 1955 will spell out
Way achievements for Kneseth to-
il Congregation," Rabbi Jonah
('ap)an. spiritual leader, said.
Inner the leadership of Abraham
nnestone, president, and Mrs.
dances Ullian, president of the
fjwernood, the synagogue was re-
pacorated, stained-glass windows
I, re "-'ailed, new carpets were
Imm ,ari stalled We have almost doubled
lour membership." he added.
IJ. i!b Jacobs. comedian of the
Item ,hca,re an<* stage, will pre-
LnH u pr8ram of impersonations
i na humor.
rnmabllCaplan wi" Pek on "The
IComic-Ttagcdy of Purim."
lann^T r Abraham Seif will sing
5 *kpurim sngs-Gwt-
^"U.UanendedbyFine8tne
pie Beth Sholom and the Beth Da-
vid Congregation." said Heiman.
He-issued a call for volunteers to
work two hours on "C-Day," esti-
mating 2.500 volunteers would be
able to cover the prospects in the
huge one-day effort.
Dr. Kaplan is executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
in Baltimore and Dean of the Balti-
more Hebrew College and Teachers
Training School. He received his
PhD degree at Dropsie College and
attended the American School of
Oriental Research in Palestine.
Dr. Kaplan is a pasjt president of
the National Council for Jewish
Education and a member of the
board of governors at Dropsie Col-
lege, Jewish Publication Society of
America and lecturer at Dropsie
and the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary in New York. He is also a
member of the citizens welfare
committee on public welfare. Mary-
land State Conference and was a
member of the board of regents,
University of Maryland.
In 1946. Dr. Kaplan was awarded
the King Christian Liberation Med-
al by King Christian of Denmark,
in appreciation of his leadership
in raising a fund for the relief of
Beth David Religious School Maps
Purim Assembly, Carnival Sunday
Dr. lovis I. Kaplan
to
Danish Jews who had escaped
Sweden.
He is the author of. "A New Ap-
proach to the Teaching of the Tor-
ah," commentary and interpreta-
tion of the Five Books of Moses,
religious plays and pageants and
has edited many Hebrew texts aii
readers.
Purim assembly and carnival of
jthe religious school of Beth' David
Congregation will take place on
Sunday, Mar. 8.
The assembly, which 500 stu-
dents are expected to attend, will
feature a "purimet" presented by
the Confirmation Class, with the
following students participating:
Roberta Bermann, Fred Berney.
I-conard Cutler. Ida Faske, Gail
Fund, Stanley Goldstein, Roberta
Gordon, Frances Lazarus. Jack I.e-
vine. Sandra Levine, Naomi Miller,
Daniel Ostrofsky. Laurence Parnes.
Janet Rosenberg, Richard Rosen-
thai and Sandra Rubinstein.
A magic show by Ahamcd. the
magician, will also be presented,
as well as Purim songs led by Mir-
iam Donnerstag. choir director,
greetings to the students by presi-
dent Herbert E. Scher. of the con-
gregation, Mrs. Harold Berney, Sis-
terhood, Mrs. Rose Schrcidell, PTA,
and Max Jacobson, Men's Club.
The assembly will also include a
costume contest, which will cul-
minate in the crowning of Queen
Esther. Prizes for .the children
wearing the best costumes will be
be Harry Simons, Al Quadow, Mrs.
Harold Berney and Mrs. Harry Gor-
don.
The carnival will start at 12
noon. Game booths will be manned
bv the PTA under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Ernest Sussmann, with
the following PTA chairmen as-
sisting: food, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schoychid: prizes. Mrs. Jack Geyer,
Mrs. Robert Nedbor; tickets, Mrs.
Edward Safer: cakes, Mrs. Rose
Davidow, Mrs Hyman Abramowitz.
The United Synagogue Youth of
i Beth David will also participate in
the carnival by manning a booth
under the direction of Eleanor Bo-
gish and Charles Kamen.
f warded by tjie PTA. Judges will
Color Film to be Shown
Newest film from the State of
Israel will be shown by the Stu-
dent Zionist Organization at Hillel
House, 1100 Miller dr., on Sunday
night. Mar. 6. The full-length color
film, entitled "Faces of Israel."
portrays episodes in the career of
eight Israeli citiens and their con-
tributions to the rebuilding of the
State.
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fWDAY, MAr^ I
KitaBlumbergWill
Wed Maurice Barg
The Plaza hotel in New York cit.v
will be the scene of Rita Diane
E..iinber'* Mar. 19 wedding to
V; irice Barg
Miss Blumber* is the daughter
0! Mrs. Freda Bhunberg. 680 South
Shire dr.. Miami Beaeh. and New
Ycrk City, and the late Irving
Bl .mberg Mr Barg is the son of
III and Mrs I-rael Barg. of Frank-
lil N H. z
The bride-elect attended the
i ivenit] of Vermont and was
graduated from the Itatecn
V. -cor.-.r. After graduation she
v. a.-, assistant editor on McFad-
den publications She Is the grand-
dijghter of Mrs Ro-e Bloom. 900
S th Shore dr.
Maurice graduated from Phillips
E'veter Academy and graduated
laude from Harvard I'niver-
He received his degree from
Harvard Graduate school of
inesa administration. He i- i--
,ated with a drug firm in Mount
Y< .-non. \ Y
Pioneer Miamians Mark 50th Anniversary
The 50th wedding anniversary of HMW^^^i
Miss ff tlwmkerf
The 50th wedding anniversar>' of
Mr and Mrs Samuel J Spector.
1824 Bnckell ave.. Mumi. will be
celebrated on Saturday evening.
j March 5. in the Scheherazade room
Jof the Algiers hotel
The couple were married March
10. 1905 in Russia, came to the
United States five yean later and
settled in Boston. Man., where'
Mr. Spector worked as a cabinet
maker
The pioneer Miamian-" trek
Southward began in 1924. when he
came here to inspect business pos-
vibili*: ears later, together
with their eieht children, the Spec-
ton arrived in Miami to e-tabli-ih
their permanent home. The hurri-
cane hit the family just three days
later
Mr Spector is today president of
Spector & Sons. Miami building
organization Known a~ "Mom and
Pop" Spector. the couple have |
been active for many years in
religious and philanthropic endeav-
or They were among the original
members of Beth David Synagogue, j
All of Miami, their children, who
will serve as hosts at the golden
wedding ceremony Saturday, in-
clude Mr. and Mrs Irving Spector.
the Lou Barons, the Julius Spec-
ters. Mr and Mrs. Leon Levitt. Mr
Barnett Spector. the Louis Spec-
tors. Mr and Mrs. George Burney
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmor Spector.
A second reception will honor
the couple Sunday at their Brickell
ave. home. Some 1.000 guests are
expected to attend.
Mr. ani Mrs. Samuel I. Specter
Miss ffenofi Harris
'Miss Tempo' Will
Be Named in June
University of Miami beauty
queen Renata Harris, who was re-
cently chosen -.Miss Tempo." will
-me a bride July 3.
-he and Sgt. Stewart Stanley
E om will be married in New
- -k City.
MiM Harris the daughter of Mr.
;- : Mrs. Jack Harris. 5880 SW
13th it. Sgt. Bloom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, Chest-
DUt HilL Mass.
The bride-elect formerly lived in
Long Beach. NY. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
i .1 is majoring in education at
the L'M
Her fiance attended the L'M and
Northwestern University. He is
-tationed at Fort Benning. Ga.
Miss Konntt I. Kttler
oniKT IK Students
Plan June Wedding
June will mean wedding bells for
Ronnee Linda Kovler and Alan
Kaplan The bride-elect is the
daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Kovler.
14216 Alton rd and Max Kovler,
Chicago.
Mr. Kaplan is the son of the Mur-
ray Kaplans. 935 West 48th st.
Miss Kovler graduate from Mi-
. ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Florida.
Mr. Kaplan graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and was a
student at the University of Flor-
| ida, where he was president of his
, fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Grand Maoriv Concert
Grand Maanv Purim concert will
be held Sunday evening at Agudath
l-.-ael Hebrew Institute. Cantor
Fi hel Lutman will be featured on
the program. I
Dolores Taylor Picks
Apr. ."> Wedding Rites
Mr and Mrs. Louis Bossie. 1860
. SW 3rd ave.. Miami, announced
the engagement of her daughter.
Dolores Taylor, at a party here.
Miss Taylor's fiance is Hubert B
Wei-man. Poughkeepsie. N.Y., son
of the Samuel W. Weismans, 121
SW 53rd ct., Miami, and Pough-
keepsie.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attend-
ed the University of Miami and
was a student at the Gibson Girls'
School of Modelling. She is a mem-
ber of Emma Lazarus Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women and is current-
ly with the West Indies Fruit Com
pany.
Mr. Weisman received his de-
gree from the school of commerce
at Ohio State University, where he
was elected to Mu Beta Chi hon-
orary. A World War n veteran
with overseas service, he is now
connected with the Capitol Distrib-
utors Corporation in Hartsdale
NY.
Following an Apr. 5 wedding in
Miami, the couple will live in
Poughkeepsie.
Abrams, AdJer
To Live in Gables
Mrs. Ida Abrams and Harry Ad-
ler were married Friday at the Al-
giers hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony.
Mrs. Abrams is the daughter of
Mrs. Paul Kutner. 2721 SW 14th
st. Mr. Adler is a former Ocean-
side. L.I.. NY., resident who now
makes his home in Miami.
After a wedding trip to South
America, the couple will reside in
Coral Gables.
Mrs. Ma Akrmmt
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Mht Arltm, Stohl
Stohl, Mates
Betrothal Told
Arlene Stohl and Alvin M
plan a December wedding.
Arlene is the daughter of*,
and Mrs. Louis Stohl, 1976 SW ill!
ct. Alvin is the son of Mr. and m\ \
David Blumenthal of 105 S Short |
dr., Miami Beach.
Tht bride-elect was born ill
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and the Olymppe Theatre as starriage to Jerry Blank, son of the
vocalist. Jmm 4*ir, before her mar- I Sam Blanks here.
Finishing pin-ups are being performed here f
staged in the ballroom of.the Fontainebleau by
I girls" (seated) are Mrs. Abraham Kaufman. M
Leading roles will be played by Mrs. Jerry B
Raymond E. Feiner as the King and Mrs. Ben
Louis Pollack and Mrs. H. B. Forrest (center) al
Irving Lehrman. The Sisterhood's Mar. 5 Pur
raise funds for Temple Emanu-El's religious sc
or Saturday night's big Purim musitale and ball
the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. "Chorus
rs. Sherman R. Kaplan and Mrs. Saul Genet.
lank (second from left) as Queen Esther. Mrs.
Kline as Mordecai (both at right), with Mia,
so in the chorus. Directing the cast of 30 is Mrs.
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her charms will parade the light-
hearted Purim musicale Saturday
night. Mar. 5. at the Fontainebleau
hotel, sponsored by the Sisterhood
pf Miami Beach's Temple Emanu-
The rriginal script is in patter
Bnd parody, directed by Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman Piano accompanist is
Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan. .
Other lead roles are Mordecai,
dictates" for the king's favor are
the Mesdames Murry Koretzky.
Joseph Kanter. Ira C. Walsey, Ben
Greene, Joseph Abelow and Nor-
man M. Ciller. The Messenger is
Mrs. Jacob A. Classman. In the
Guards are Mrs. Allen Goldberg.
Mrs. Eli Schler and Mrs. Irving R.
Applebaum. "Children" are Mrs.
Raphael K. Yunes, Mrs. Harry
Greer and Mrs. Arthur D. Ross.
r
I Witty parodies are to the tune
of "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More,"
"Man on the Flying Trapeze,"
"Button Up Your Overcoat."
"Night and Day" and other hit
songs. By a coincidence, Mrs. Jerry
Blank will be singing in the Sister-
hood's musicale the same two
songs, "I'm in Love with a Won-
derful Guy" and "I'm in the Mood
for Love" that were her hit reper-
toire when she played Copa City
Chorus girls are the Mesdames
Saul Genet, Abraham Kaufman. H.
B. Forrest, Sherman R. Kaplan.
Louis Pollack, Irwin Rubin, Don-
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-Jmistnorkaan

UJA Opens Drive;
Record SI 7,650 000
Continued from P*oe 1 A
demonstration of support at a time
when the United Jeui-h Appeal
. more thai ?ve* tcQa-- i:f
the continued sarng oftlivi*. the
noroic -trer.gthening of the free
people of Israel and the encour-
ment of the free cau>e in manv
.V. raham Harmar. bneTi Con-
fieneral in New Y^rk and one
of the new State'* top diplomats
country, told the more than
600 campaign leader* who a>>tm-
I at the Saxony that I.-rael i*
ounded by countries marked
internal instability, in which
entary institutions have
military dictatorships
r efenerati-d into impotence."
I" c ud, Israel has
cessfully maintained its demo-
c character and stability, and
been developing titu-
- upon the bai* of the rule of
' ce "
noted radio and
r. persooaJit) who came
here expressly to help the UJA
-ch its campaign, declared in
vein that it i- a privilege
' r.ey away when to
' D hope. -ave live-.
lemocrae* and trengthen

long-time friend and
-r of the UJA, told the
: -:. the
the
in people are willing to
iom
rial nche- with the
Mid the underpnvileg-
He i. : : B :- not merelj a
pattay, which we
a matter of
-ee way of life, which i- a
inly
: .- ourselves but for all else who
' m I ed it He urj
^port r.f the United
.-h Appeal because the UJA
for the dignity, the freedom
the inviolability of mankind.''
conference here heard Sat-
ay night from UJA executive
chairman r r Joseph J. Sch-
z that more than 70.000 Jewi
.'.ir.i-ia l: eo had r<
ir emigration to I
litical uncertainties
Korth Afn-

' "the
r.rblem i- known
and thei
'
I it. It certain I
D by anv
instrumi I
a prominent
d Sunday's i
Jack D : New
V --. J ; h H .-.an u I
I -
~.a;rmen.
- JA campaign come*
the 17th Monwide
rt and will reach upward- of
2,000,000 cor.tnbutor- in a total of
from coast-to-
Pmim 'Queen' end 'Priaco'
To be Chosen at Beth Sholom
Posters, campaign speeches and
"electioneering" are In progress at .
Beth Sholom religious school in
preparalioa for election thi- week
Coronation ceremonies are on,
Monday evening. Student body of i
the junior high school and their .
families will assemble for the tra- I
Max Kaplan, Detroit philanthropist, reviews a list of dignitaries
to be present at Yeshivah Torah Vodaath dinner tendered in
his honor Sunday evening, March 6. at Victor hotel. Chairman
of dinner is Samuel Re:nhard (right. local civic and religious
leader.
Leaders in Miami Chapter of ORT look on as Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Shapiro proclaims ORT Day here. Left to right
are the Mesdames Harry Tischler, membership chairman;
Margaret Newman Stearn, first vice president; Florence Kup-
perman, president; and Samuel Pollack, publicity chairman.
TODAY. MAJCH 41^
ditional Megillah service ami 5
witness the exercises WlU
Winners of the coveted ha.
will reign over the Pur.m Fro,*
and Dance" that Will foHbw
service. Nominated for the h<
are Beatrice Nadler, Manly. &?
Hecht. Ronald Winger, S3
Fox. Many Kellermann, Robert
Brooks. Richard Barrie and }M
Packar. CK
earn
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Save large or small sums non-speculative
non-fluctuating, liberal earnings plus
safety of principal insured to SI0,000
Accounts opened or tdded
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will earn ^% dividend
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Mrs. Lillian Burak wrote
"Come Back Little Shikker."
the musical comedy attrac-
tion at Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center. Ca-
pacity audiences will view
the play again on Saturday
and Sunday evenings. Mar.
5 and 6.
Beach Mayor Slates
ORT Day Mar. 9
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro thi- week signed a proclama-
tion declaring Mar. 9 a* official
ORT Da]
The proclamation was signed to
mark the organization's 75ih dia-
i jubilee.
miration for Rehabilitation
Through Training today operates
some 300 vocational training in.-tal-
lations in 19 countries overseas,
instruction to over 18.000
-tudents and helping them rehabil-
itate their lr. 1
The local chapter plan- a festi-
val at the Empre-s hotel Tuesday
evening. Mar. 8, to mark the occa-
sion.
Two Named to Teen
Age Council of GMJCC
Greater Miami Jewi.-h Commu-
nity Center. Beach Branch, an-
nounces the election of Sam Ber-
ger and Bette Baron as co-chair-
men of the teen age council
The council, which is composed
of representatives from each of the
D age group* meeting at the
Center, i- the body which plans
and carrie- out all joint teen age
activiv
The newly elected co-chairmen
are active in their club- and (en-
ter program*. Berger i> president
of the Rebel- club, and Miss Baron
is vice president of Sigma Lambda.
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PARTAKE OF OUR FINE DELICACIES
Butter Batter Bakers
THE ONIY TRULY RELIGIOUSLY KOSHER BAKERY
BUTTER BATTER BAKERS, the only religiousl
in May of last year, has been welcomed by t
BUTTER BATTER BAKERS is glad to be the fi
answer questions put to it by a confused pub
BUTTER BATTER BAKERS is asked about the
regard to the laws of the Torah. It does not
Butter Batter Bakers welcome competition It
of producing better and finer products. But
of the word kosher.
y Kosher Bakery in Miami Beach, only an idea
he community since its inception in June.
rst religiously Kosher Bakery, and is ready to
lie.
Kosher signs appearing everywhere without
protest the signs nor condemn the bakeries.
only makes them more alert to the necessity
it protests the ridiculous farce being made out
''^'>'V^'~W*V^^/rf^V'^V^VX
WHAT IS A KOSHER BAKERY? THE PUBLIC HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW I
ih^m^oT^cSS55 iSf]OSZd S? ,hcf ^bba,h- The ob-mmc of the Sabbath is mor.
^Zs* h* Nation of h. House of Israel
REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY TO KEEP IT HOIY
Sbl7arBeS It adhr%! th c<>Pl dirtary law. to th. let*r. No question-
with wrote imSpmJZJ%L ^ 2* tW comP^ely separate baking department
separate complements of utens.ls-the one for dairy and Ibe other for parve.
SJSJ^SJSS? aln.e TQin,ain8 aU of ,hese requirements. It challenges any
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PAGE 9 ft
ADl Issues Sharp Statement on Hialeah
Brotherhood Program Hit by Bigots; Raps
Postponement Due to Negro Attendance
Florida Regional Office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith late Wednesday issued a
ditement on the ADL's position with respect to the reported cancellation of a brotherhood rally scheduled
j0 be held Saturday night in Hialeah.
Report of cancellation came after rumors spread that the brotherhood affair might be boycotted bc-
u>e 0f (he presence of Negroes invited to partici pate.
George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Greater Miami ADL board, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL
director, said that while the Hialeah Brotherhood pr ogram was not "an Anti-Defamation league project
the ADL would have been proud to
You'll Meet Most Everybody
of ffce
COUNTY FAIR
and"
have been joined in the sponsor-
of the Brotherhood Week
I event had it been invited to do so,
as the ADL is always ready and
happy to cooperate in the planning
and presentation of programs for
the furtherance of good human re-
lations in our community, state and
I nation."
The B'nai B'rith Organization
[generally said it has the League's
[understa'nding that the Hialeah
[Brotherhood event "was planned
land was to have been jointly spon-
nred by various Hialeah commu-
Initv groups, including Flamingo
Lodge B'nai B'rith of Hialeah, and
a number ol the churches in the
[community"
Talianotl indicated that the Anti-
IDefamation League of B'nai B'rith
[did receive reports during the past
(week "ol threats and pressures
[made on various persons partic-
ipating in the planning or other
I phases of the Hialeah Brotherhood
[program In accordance with its
|consisten policy on the upholding
ol basic American civil rights and
I civil liberties guaranteed by the
[Vnited States Constitution, he ex-
plained, the League expressed the
[hope that the sponsoring groups
[and churches in Hialeah "would
Iremain firm and withstand pres-
sures and threats apparently aimed
i forcing a cancellation of the Hia-
?ah Brotherhood program" be-
cause of the participation of Ne-
groes.
One major threat came with the
Ifetributfcn in the Hialeah area of
[small handbills entitled, "Phoney
[Brotherhood Meeting Slated" and
|warning parents to "beware."
The Anti Defamation League of
[B'nai B'rith understands that the
threats and pressures directed
against the holding of the Hialeah
Brotherhood program as planned
have been brought to the attention
of the appropriate governmental
authorities, the statement reveal-
ed. The League hoped that a thor-
ough investigation will be conduct-
led "to determine any infringe-
BAZAAR
Thursday Evening, March 10th, 1955
TTOItEY BFCrtEFHOOD MTET7K1 SLATEDT?
PAp;:irrs bzwakeih^
A. SO-CALLED "BROTHERHOOD OBOUP" HAVE SCHHWLED A MIXED
mm*} AT C"-t YOUTH CENTER, 6th ST. & PALM AVE7. SATJRLA^
COKt, niW'ARY 26.
0U2 HTALBAH IffOTl SCHOOL CHORAL GROUP IS TO SINO FOR A
KLXJJJ GXUR, TOGETHER WITH AN ALL-NbGRO CHOIR.
* MW fiViHifU-MDRO MINISTER, IS A SCHEDULED SPEAKER.
RET i"-ST.',C:3D 'FLORIDA INDEPENDENT* ABOUT. THIS PERSON
CF GU5UG*AHLE CHARACTER.
STOP THIS BEFORE IT STARTS!
o
WE DO NOT WANT MIXED MEETINGS AND COMMUNISTIC ACTIVITIES
IN THIS city:
* -
PROTEST TO YOUR SCHOOLS AND CITY OFFICIALS TODATi
Handbill distributed in Hialeah to apply pressure on commu-
nity for cancellation of a brotherhood affair. Handbill was
distributed with a Miami newspaper, which attacked a local
Negro minister.
(DOORS OPEN AT 6 P.M.)
of file
Hibiscus Auditorium
ALTON ROAD and 10th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
and civil liberty guarantees which
may have occurred with respect to
the pressures which culminated in
the reported cancellation of the
Brotherhood program planned in
Hialeah."
If any violations of law are found
to have occurred in such regard,
the League hopes that there will be
prompt and vigorous prosecution
of the offenders the statement said.
The reported cancellation of the
j Hialeah Brotherhood program is
viewed with grave concern by the
I Anti-Defamation League, which is
j the educational arm of B'nai B'rith.
"Brotherhood Week programs,
in which persons of various racial,
religious and other groups have at-
tended and participated, symboliz-
ing the unity of the American peo-
ple, the ideal of the Brotherhood of
Man and the Fatherhood of God.
and the harmonious understanding
and mutual respect among various
groups regardless of race, faith or
other group distinction, have been
a part of the pattern of better com-
ments of constitutional civil right munity living in Dade County and
kwish National Fund Council i Asnkenazy- prominent and active
Pl_. n Labor Zionist, will assist with the
| nans Pwim Program Sunday program.
Purini program under the aus-
pices of the Jewish National Fund
louncil of ceater Miami, arrang-
es by Sam Prosterman. radio chair-
man of Council, will take place on
SSS: i2M,;,rm. "* station
Rabbi [rving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Lmanu-EI. who has recently
1 i fr"m a visit to Irael. will
2rl,the accomplishments of
M u Jn the Holy ^nd- Dn'e'
nf if"f ll0wly elected President
""he Jewish National Fund Coun-
"I of Greater Miami, will address
"Wradi.. audience in Yiddish. Saul
throughout the nation for more
than 20 years. The League has been
happy to join in the effective and
meaningful observance of Broth-
erhood Week, as a valuable means
of advancing democratic under-
standing and unity among the var-
ious groups making up our great
nation."
The statement indicated that the
League accordingly views the re-
ported cancellation of the Hialeah
Brotherhood program "as most un-
fortunate. The League," it continu-
ed, "hopes that the citizens, civic
and community organizations, and
religious groups in Hialeah will
carry on from this blight on Broth-
erhood Week with renewed vigor
and mutual cooperation to insure
that such a tragic circumstance will
not recur and that the Hialeah com-
munity will grow from strength
to strength in the building of de-
mocracy and better human rela-
tions."
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Entertainment by Radio and TV Stars
t
Admission Free
Sponsored by the
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Proceeds to Scholarship fund
FIAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 N.W. 51st Place
presents an original musical comedy
"Come Back Little Shikker"
(Mit a Yiddishe Tom)
UST TWO PERFORMANCES: SAT, MARCH 5th (Sold Oat), SUN, MARCH 6th
For Tickets or Information Call:
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Ramaz Hotel
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MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE NAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THE HOTEL WILL BI OPEN FOR PASSOVER
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Mr: B.
Agudath Israel Synagogue
fakes pride in presenting the young
Israeli Cantor
FISHEL HITMAN
in a
GRAND PURIM CONCERT
Sunday Evening, March 6th, at 8 p.m.
of
7801 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
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This is CANTOR LUTMAN'S First
Appearance in Miami Beach
Do Not Miss the Opportunity of
Hearing this Great Young Artist
The Cantor will he accompanied by Mrs. Lutman
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY
INVITED
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FRIDAY, MARCH
*:
Nationally Known Lecturer to Appear
At Women's Division Lunch Monday
Mrs. Eleanor Abrams. nationally
known lecturer, uliter and com-
tor on world affair- who has
made extensive tour- ol Israel, will
speak .it the Women's Division
"Chai-PIus" luncheon Monday
March 7, at tl i i< rs ho-
tel.
Mrs. Abrams, .i noted authority
on forfign affairs and cntempor-
ary social problem.-, i- .i dis-
lio commentator, lec-
turer, editor and publicist, WttOSC
interprtations and forei
earned her an enviable repul
a- one of Am inding
en.
She was educated in New York.
Diver-
sity and .it the Jewish Theol
Seminary of America.
Mrs. Abrams ha- given much at-
tention to the pre-- and
political problems affecting Jewish
survival in Europe and resettle-
ment of survivors in Israel. In
this connection, she has travelled
widely in the Uniti
Canada to i tinued tmeri-
ipporl ol the pioneer efforts
that have converted !: .
productive and self-reliant home-
land for oppressed Jews every-
here



Mrs. tltmmtr Akrtmt
Leff Will Head
North Miami
Beach 'C-Day'
N rton Left'. 1681 ME 161st -t .
era named chairman of the
Miami Beach Combined
Jewish Appeal "Community Day''
Lett- appointment was di-closed
by communities chairman George
Chertkof The one day door-to-door
solicitation in North Miami Beach
will take place on Sunday. Mar 6
At this time, a corps of volun-
teer- will endeavor to contact ev-
en Jewish family in the area to
invite their participation in the
major fund drive which supports
55 local, national and overseas
Leff has named Irving Steinberg
to assist him as \-.ce chairman.
Leff is an active member of the
MonticeUo Park Congregation and
is prominently known for his many
years of service with the Jewish
War Veterans He is a member of
North Miami Beach Post No 682
and in the past was Junior vice
commander of Post No 302 in Mat-
tapan. Mass He i< also a member
of the JWV national
Mogid Named to Head
CJA Real Estate Division
Harry I Mi mi Beach
realtor, ha- been named chairman
of the combined Jewish Appeal
Real Estate li\i-ion.
Magid was active Wr nine yean
in the annual fund dine
The folfcwing Beach realtors
were appointed to -erve on Magid's
committee of volunteers Harry
BoyeH. Arthur Baker George Bert-
man. Harold Segal. Donald Rubin.
Goldman, Leo Li-en-tein. Jo-
seph Epstein. Harry Sonz. George
Cohen, Bert Games. Ben Zion Gins-
burg, Allen Goldberg and Keith
Pathman.
convention
corporation
Paul Losner will head the
Combined Jewish Appeal
drive for the city of Home-
stead. He is vice president
of the Homestead First Na-
tional Bank and an officer in
the Homestead Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Combined Jewish Appeal "expansion committee," headed by Mrs. Milton Sirkin 'seated cen-
ter! meets to outline plans for recruiting 2.500 v olunteer workers on "C-Day" Mar 27. Shown
seated (left to right* are Mrs. Oscare Zeltzer. Mrs. Sirkin. Burnett Roth and Mrs. Milton Feller
Standing are Oscar Zeltzer. Mis. Aaron Selis. Mrs. Max Frank. A. Budd Cutler, Seymour Gel
ber. Mayshe Friedberg and Mrs. N. Spiegelman.
Golf Tourney Set
At Westview Club
Fourteen of the nation's top pro
golfers will participate in a "CJA
Day"' tournament at We.-tview
Country Ck'b on Sunday
According to Otto Ponies, West-
view members will vie for the
chance to play in the finals with
golfdom's greats as their partners.
Fenia- was responsible for sched-
uling the appearance of the cele-
brated group at Westview-.
John Serbin is chairman of the
tournament Scheduled to play are
Sam Snead. Pete Burke. Emelio Mi
artus, Stanley Home. Lloyd Wad-
kins. Lou Barbero. Tony Penna.
Bob Tuhler. Clyde I'sina. Dub Pa-
gan. Vic Bass. Lew Worsham. Jock
Hutchison and Ansel Snow.
Qualifying rounds have been
played during the past week under
supervision of Westview pro Ross
Sobol and his committee. The
Combined Jewish Appeal will
award prizes to the winners, ac-
cording to Serbin.
Assisting Serbin with arrange-
ments are Leo Ackerman. Allen H.
Antdur. Otto Bresky. Adolph Bres-
ler. Harry Kemstein. Otto Fen us.
Gus Feuer. David Fleeman. Harold
Fnedland. Sam Friedland. Al Gold-
bach. Irving Greenfield. Sam J.
Heiman. Hal Hornstein.
Aaron M. Kanner. Howell Kase.
Sam Keywell. Nathan Lee. Stephen
Leifert. Laurence Levenson. Dr
Alfred Levin. Fred Lewis. Fred
Lighte. Joseph Lipton Ben Marko-
witz. Baron de Hirsch Mever. Fred
S Meyer Stanley C Myers. Clem
Myerson. David Phillips. Dr Harold
Rand. Sam Resnick. Morris Rosen-
berg. Miles Schlapik. Jr
Ross Sobol. Henry Sprintz. Ber
nard Sterling. S T Taylor. Herbert
Tenenbom. Nathan L Traub Ber-
Miami Beach Real Estate Division of the Combined Jews*
Appeal gets under way. Shown accepting their guota of
prospect-cards from chairman Harry I. Magid (right) an
(seated) Harold Segal and (standing) Allen Goldberg. Arthur
Baker and Harry Boyell.
Sam Heiman Will
Address Group
Business, Professional
Leaders Wearing Quota
New Payroll Deduction Plan Increases CIA Giving Locally stores chaikin i, head of ,he Food
Many thousands of Jewish men. peal and Related Service* Division of
women and children
around the world will
for a unique plan set up
bu-iness firm designed to
giving to the Combined Jewish Ap-lhaiHtaaH the" WefaAIeTliJiloT 'r o( tb* ** Store"
Business and professional lead-
Sam J. Heiman. campaign chair- ers of the Greater Miami comma-
man of the 1955 Combined Jewish nity active in the Combined Jewui
Appeal, will be principal speaker Appeal Trades Division met at the
at a meeting of the Miami Beach home of Mr and Mrs. Harry Got-
Apartment House Association on
Monday evening. Mar. 7. 8:30 p.m.,
at the Masonic Temple.
Heiman will describe the work
nard Wagner. Bernard Wall Carl S*!* M ""''h weUare in-
. ..'.,, stitutions included m the drive in-
dicating how each agency affects
the lives of Greater Miami resi- -an<* Liquor Divisions, and pledges
dents. are mounting steadily in the Retail
As a special added attraction, a Merchants group headed by Artie
music recital will be presented by Kravitz and Bill Weintraub
Mrs. Aida Browndorff,
Weinkle. Juuan Wrinkle. William
Weintraub. Leonard Wien. Louis
Winter and Al Wise.
don. 2201 South Miami ave. Tues-
day evening.
The reports handed in indicate
that the trades workers are near-
ing the half million mark on their
way to the quota of $700,000.
Increases were noted in the Food ;
inJorra compmgn chairman Sam I. rleirnan of plan, to honor
5^nn^Gronger at"Ch Algiers hoteL Shown (left to right) are rice cfcairmrm M
Herman Jcob.J*eiman. Wamln Dir SSSS 5
Samuel Siinoiihoit Choi chairman Mrs. Sol SiW ^
vice chairman Mrs. Louis Makovsky Sd~nnan and
flu,- luncheon group SJa. ^J^T* adop,#d b* ** C*A Women". Division "Char
Mar. 7. at the Algiers hoteL WdSTg^J^ I" a 'cord-breaking affair on Monday nooj
Shown eecned are the Metdatnes A^b?^?*' (f#COIKi ^ Wt) will b. honored at the .*<*
SUrerman. carman. HaxowTloalf Z?T ^ *"mie Gro-ingw. Samuel Simoiihott Sol
Tena B. *a*. Gerald P. Sol* ioae^rl,^! ^ ^ Makov^Stawliiig are the Meedo*"
Hwbob Jacob., m' **Ph **". B &, XotJatt. Jack Ua^JTsatiiuaa Z. Safaai.0*1


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Mrs. Leonard levensfein
Grandfather (lives
Miss Aaronson Away
Mi-. Elaine Aaronson and Leon-
ard Levenstein were united in mar-
Jiage on Feb. 20 at the Algiers ho-
ld Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of
femple Emanu-El, officiated.
Given in marriage by her grand-
lather. If. C. Harry Kurtz, of Washi-
ngton, DC. the bride wore a bal-
erina-length gown of white lace
|nd tulle.
The bride is the daughter of
In Ann Aaronson, 535 16th st.,
diami Beach. Mr. Levenstein is
he son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Leven-
liein. 2882 S\V Itiih st.. Miami.
Mr- Levenstein's maid of honor
^as her sister. Miss Beverly Aar-
nson. Miss Judith Levenstein was
|ridesmaid. bet man was the
iroom's father.
The cosple will live at Ft. Bragg.
p.C, where Mr. Levenstein is a
Lieutenant in the Army.
Community to Fete
Writer Iser Tolush
A literary and musical evening
in honor of well known writer Iser
Tolush will be held Sunday (
ning, Mar. fl, 8 p.m.. at the Hibiscus
Lodge Auditorium.
Tolush, who has resided at Mi-
ami Beach for the last 12 years,
is the author of a great many ar-
ticles and essays. He has also pub-
lished five books translated into
numerous languages, including the
novaJ, "New Bethlehem," in an
English edition. Tolush's most re-
cent work is "Yiddish* Shreiber."
Committee in charge of the af-
fair is headed by Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni. veteran literary and
drama critic, who will also deliver
an evaluation of Tolush's works.
Serving with Dr. Mukdoni on the
committee are Joseph Bimbaum.
PeaTl Davidov, Moishe Friedberg, j
Joseph Goldberg, Louis Gross. So-
phie Gutman, Tzipore Levin, Mrs.
Lederman and Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Rovinsky.
Participating will be famous poet
I. J. Schwartz, Dr. Isaac Unterman,
Joseph Duntov and Berel Morris-
on.
Concert will be presented by
Louis Gross, Yiddish commentator.
Also taking part in the program
will be Ahrele Weingarten, the
New York radio performer Mollie
Kaplan, alto of Temple Emanu-El,
Marsha, actress of the New York
Art Theatre Henrietta Schnitzer
and composer, pianist and musical
director of Temple Emanu-El. Jo-
seph Schreibman.
Joseph Bimbaum and Louis
Gross will act as narrators.
30 to Take Part in Play
Specially prepared Purim play
hill be presented by the students
bf the West Miami Jewish Center
religious schools on Sunday morn-
ing. Some 30 children will take
part, under the direction of Ber-
nard Jalfe and Jerome Taft.
hrim fete Sunday
Sunday. Mar. 6, the Israelite
Penter religious school will have a
Purim ceh In-lion. Students of the
chool under the direction of the
faculty will present a special
Purim program and play at 10 a.m.
The I'.T.a W||| sponsor the tradi-
tional I'urim refreshments.
Wicer Nominations Held
Detroil Social club met Thurs-
day evening at the Ritz Plaza ho-
['! Nomii stion of officers was
neld.
proceeds for Religious School
I Pwim carnival will be a fund
"sing project of the Coral Gables
K<'*ish Center on Sunday morning.
proceeds are for the religious
UOIRIY LADY SEEKS
HOUSEKEEPER
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l7ld?rLabif- Cq" Mr- ro"'
711. hmn '10 *"m
MIDDIEAGEO LADY
WSHES POSITION AS
COMPANION
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Position Wanted as
^sekeeper-Companlon
Purim Party Sunday
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
will hold a Purim party on Sunday
evening at .6500 North Miami ave.
******* Mn. W.l.*.,
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Obituaries
DAVID SCHNEIDER
M, i.f :17m Collins ave., Miami I
F. 6. 14, Beat )i Memoi lal.
MRS. SYLVIA HANNA BURGER
IN, ol I.'." Ucai la ave Coi i I I
died h.-i. 2:!. sh'- came her i" y ago from \ll.;in\. S V.. and was a
member of Temple larael Synagogue
Surviving are her huaband, l.ouis.
three aona, Kanford Jay, Aivln l.....
and Barton Hath, and her mother,
u.nle lladm r. all of Miami, and
nK-ludliiK Mrs. Melba
Kleenberg and Miaa Minn Badner. ol
Miami. Services were held at the Mi-
ami chapel <>f the Gordon l .....>ral
gome, wkh burial In Mt. Nebo i erne-
HAROLD M. HA88
71, of 4">7i> Alton nl.. Miami
in. to Miami 10 yearn ago from
Cincinnati, died Feb. H- "as a
former partner In tile II. Unas and
goni Co. of Cincinnati, a ladlee gar-
ment firm. Surviving are a brother.
Clarence, and a slater. Mrs i ar.dvn
Lehman, both of Miami lieu. Ii >'" .
Iocs were held In Riverside HUM
Beach Chapel.
ABRAHAM QOLDWATER
76. of isoo Peansylvanfc ave. \i ami
Beach. Feb. 0. Riverside Miami
lieaeh Chapel.
HARRY JAFFE
75. of J6.-. 13th St.. Miami Reach,
died at home Feb. 24. He was retired
from the plumbing business anil eam<
hen || years .urn from -New .\ori
He is mirvivcd by his wife. robj. "J
Miami Beach, and a son. Bernard oj
New rorfc llt.v S.LVI;..- "'*-', ''.^l
at lllver-l.le Miami Beach < hapel,
with burial In Brooklyn.
MARY COLMAN
.'0, of 6221 Leonardo at., t'wrn.1 Gables,
passed awav Feb. :'l In a local hos-
pital Survive*! b\ Her hiiabahd. Al.
and one daughter, Mrs. Florence Feld-
man. Remm ent to New rra
City for services and Interment b>
Miami Riverside.
Betty Jean Durbin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Dur-
bin, 4365 North Bay rd., will
become Bas Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Mar. 5. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate. Betty, a student
in Beth Sholom religious
school, is an eighth grade
pupil at Nautilus Junior High
School. '-
Woman Receives
Pioneer Citation
A 'Kanot Builder" certificate
was presented to Mrs. Anna Frey
by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Pion-
eer Women's 15th annual donor
luncheon Sunday at the DiLido
hotel. Mrs. Frey made a personal
donation of $500 in memory of her
husband, Noah, for the new agri-
cultural school on the road to the
Negev in Israel. She will visit
"Kanot" during her tour of Israel
next month.
Together with Mrs. Anna Bild
and Mrs. Rose Marks, who also will
travel to Israel in March, Mrs.
Frey will be honored by the Golda
Myerson Club at its Purim party
on Tuesday evening, Mar. 8, at the
Beth El auditorium.' These Golda
Myerson Club members will join
with Club I members, Mr. and
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29126-B
RE: ESTATE Of
Ml IRRJH I 'l.i TSI 'H, Decei I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
M ptii i: i- hei i >>' I
tiled mix final repurl
Final Wi-charge I
H.....state ol MORRIS DEl'TBCH,
I; and that on the 15th da) ol
March, IS i, I ill apply to the li n-
orable I RANK B. I iw UN' '.
Judffe <'f Dade County, Florldi
final repoi i a:
f ii.,i dl as Admlnlsti atrl
the Batata ol MORRIH DEUT8CH,
.
16th May of !' bruary. .
TEENIE I'l''' "I.-". 11
II \ i:i i!.l> si M.i i.Mi IN
Attomei for Administratrix
- 3/4-11-16 ,
Mrs. Rosetl is Host
To Hadassah Group;
Mrs. Samuel Rosen, of 3526 Al-
ton rd., will be hostess at a tea oh
the afternoon of Mar. 10 at her
home to honor all members of the
Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah.
Invitation to the function is one
or more filled eye banks which
help to alleviate diseases of the
eye in Israel.
Mrs. Philip Rudine. togethe.
with eye bank chairman, Mrs. Al
bert Grayson, have planned tho
afternoon of music and entertain-
ment.
Mrs. Spero Fetes
Ncwlywed Sister
Mrs. Ralph Spero, of 4335 Royal
Palm ave., will entertain friends at
a luncheon at the Algiers hotel on
Saturday afternoon, Mar. 12
Guest of honor will be her new
sister-in-law, Mrs. Leonard. Stein,
nee Sue Berkowitz, of Philadelphia
and Atlantic City. Among the in-
vited guests are the Mesdames Har-
old Turk, Leon J. Ell, Sidney D.
Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin, Kenneth
Oka, Alexander Kogan. Charles
Silvers, John Serbin, Max Weitz
and Leon Kronish.
Out-of-town guests, in addition
to the guest of honor, will be Mrs.
Philip Krimko. of New York City,
and jlrs. Lena Schreibstein, of Chi-
cago.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stein are
spending the winter season here
at the Driftwood in Bay Harbor
Island.
Mrf. Anno Frey
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mr. and Mr-
Louis Beckerman, Mrs. Sonia Gold-
berg and Mrs. Samuel Liff. in view-
ing firsthand the buildings, schools
and nurseries the American Pion-
eer Women support in Israel.
Mrs. Abe Seltzer is chairman for
the Purim party. Miss Francos
Packer will sing Yiddish melodies.
and Benjamin Noten, violinist,
with Miss Olga Bibor Stern at the
piano, will offer both Yiddish and
! Hebraic folk music.
Highlight of the March meeting
of the Kadimah Chapter will be a
talk by Alexander Kimler. PhD.
on public health. Dr. Kimler, in
charge of bacteriology at Jackson
Memorial Hospital laboratory, lec-
tures at the University of Miami
medical school and the Davis In-
stitute of Technology. Mrs. Cele
Segal, president, announces that
the 1955-6 nominating committee
will be appointed at this meeting,
March. 10, Thursday evening, at
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation.
Mrs. Abe Steinberg will celebrate
her wedding anniversary by serv-
ing as hostess for Kadimah Chap-
ters monthly dessert-card party at
her home. 590 SW 49th ave.. on
Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 16. Her
daughter, Mrs. Max Fishman, will
assist.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 177159
MAROARET ERANCI8, Plaintiff,"*
vs.
K.\ BIA.N i:. I'll VN'1 "IH, I lefeni
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I A I'.l AN i: FRANCIS
111 w ml' Street
New York City, New v
Yon. 1 AI'.IAN i: I IIANi'IS.
hereby notified that .1 Bill "f Com-
plain! f"i Qlvori has been fli" 0
nsl you, and >ou are 1 quired t"
serve -t eopj "f your Answer "i Pli
Ins to the I'll! of Complaint on the
plaintiff Attorney, ah run: -
1 'A \ IS, 746 He} i-'! 1 ide ('..nun. l-'l"i Ida, and file I
oilirinal Vaswer or Pleadliut In the
offlee 'f the Clerk "f th- Cln
Coufi "ii "i before the nil day of Ai> II,
1955. if you fall i" 'I...... Judgment
hi defauU iii be taken against you
r.,i the relief demanded In the BUI "f
< 'omuls Int.
This notice shall be published om
. Rch week for four ronsecul 1" wi
mi THE JEWISH Fl.1 HUMAN
DONE AN'li ORDERED at Mia
Florida, tin" lod day of March, a 1'.
K 1! WEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
WM W STOCKING,
iCIrcnll Court 81 Deputy 1
AKTllil: H DAVIS
Attorns > fo 1 't.' Intlff
J is Si 1 bold Bldg., Miami. Fta.
I I 1 18- -' ______,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN
the undersigned, desiring to engag
h Kim under the fictitious nami
MIAMI I.IN' IERIE '! at Ul N B
si Intends to reglsti aid 1
r 11
inty, 1 l"i nl '
I.II.I.IAN S'l'l'l .
HERM VN r isis
Atto
; 110! Congri as I tide.
: I I :'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni IT ICE IS HER] H\ HVEN tlial
the undi ralgned, BgS'
Ituslness under the fictitious nai.....f
\l ITFAIR BEAl'TY S.M.' iN, al
s \\ -Till Ave., Miami Fla., intends
ti. reglstei s.inl name with th<
..r the iri mi 1 '"in I : 1 '.i'l' '""ii' .
' mii I'1:kh i:. CASCADOES
(Sola 1 Iwnei 1
HENRY M. r.MN
A ti"i nei for Appllcanl
tils \\' Flagler HI Mian
:: 4-11-iv-L'.-,
TIBO PERL
to. of 8027 s\V Tth si. passed awaj
.,1 hospital. Survived
bj his wife, Valerie, one brother. Era-
erlch, and'two sisters, Edith vvald-
,,,1:111 ..mi Aranja UiatlR Services
a. j.. held at Miami Rivet side Inter-
ment .- m M' Blnal Cemeti
MORRIS LAZARUS
;." of 2101 s\v iiih si.. Saturdaj
Ion's Miami Chapel; burial
,n Mi. Nebo Cemeti
ROXE 2UCKER
19, of 120 s\v iMh ter., luissed aw.i\
Feb. :'t in a local hospital, survived
by her husband, Max, one i.iughtei.
Maiaye Plain, fourth brothers and one
sister Remains were sent to New
Y..1I; for aervlceg and Interinent by
Miami Riverside._______
MRS. SADIE COHEN
78 of 416.. Alton rd., Miami Beach,
mr here nine years ago from
Detroit, died Feb. -" Bhe leaves a
on, Jim, Miami Beach: three daugh-
ters. Mi- Rose i..i'w. Miami Beach,
and Mi- Man Saluei an.l Mis. Anita
Ueberman, both "f Detroit. Burial
took place In Detroil with Rlveislde
Memorial I'haiiel. -Miami Beach, in
charge locally.
ABRAHAM ULINOFF
s. of 83", SW 2nd ave.. pi
Keb 2 at his resideiice Survived by
his son. Edward, and "O. daughter.
Mr. Mildred lMS*r. Ic.-a were held Mar. 1 at Miami Kim r-
slde. ________
LOUIS FLEISCHMAN
who came to Miami Beach 18
vears ago to become a laboraton tecn-
niclan and rose to ownerahlo of the
M-rcun Medi.al. '". died Saturdaj
Mr Hneischiiian. who came from Bal-
ilmore. lived at 42SW.4S.dst Mi-
ami Beach. He arrived In 193, and
was empt'ivcd as a laboratory t.-ch-
,,|, Ian b) the "Id Alton Road Hnsidial.
Ieter he was associated with I>r. The-
,i,,i. llerman in a laboratory supply
coiuoanj al Miami Beach. He opened
hi. wife Perl: a son. Peter, and a
diught-r. Jane, all of Miami Beach:
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meujch-
mari. New York: a sister and four
brothers Services were held In m\ -
Hskle Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach.
JACOB EPSTEIN
74. of 710 I' ff< rson av Mia n ,
Ft b, 24, Bt ti ii Memorial,
JULIUS HOWARD
,;. ..I 7331 .....hi ii'. Miami
1 ii. 5; Beach Memorial.
MORRIS BERMAN
71. of 2927 VI Itl i.Mi 11111 .
sat'n da] i.e." ii Memorial.
SAMUEL MERLIN
72, of 149 Jefferson a Miami Beach.
Rl isaj Sunday. Servlcea were
Ids Memorial Chapel
Miami Beach, with burial In Mt. Sinai
> He bad been n
hVre for l"' yean and was < etlred
tailor Surviving are his wife, Dora
a daughter, Mrs Helen Purits, Miami
Beach; t" sons, Dr Mint la H. Mi-
ami Beai h, and Abraham <;.. Ne*
York, and -i\ grandchildren.
RABBI MOSES SAPIR
;. of 9o Jefferson ave Miami B ai h,
lent her.- I? years, died Sunoas
Surviving are bis wife, l'
Jack, and a daughter. Mrs. Anna
Sales, both of New York. Services
were held In the Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial In
Ml Sinai 1 Vim *
MAX BAER
77,. of 17"ii; I'ollins ave.. Miami Beach,
a winter trlaltor from Brookllne, pass-
ed away Tuesday; Beach Memorial.
HYMAN NATHAN STEINBERG
!'.. of 4141 Nautilus dr.. Miami Beach.
Sunday: Gordon. Miami Beach.
MRS. BESSIE WEITZMAN
78. who came to Miami Beach' 10
years ago from Boston, died M at home. ;:. Washington ave. Sur-
viving are her husband. Max. Miami
Beach; three sons. Samuel. Morris and
Hymn: two daughters. Mrs. Rose
Raphael and Mrs. Kdith Salts; nine
grandchildren and two great-grand-
chlldren, all of Brookllne, Mass. Bur-
ial took place in Boston, with Beach
Memorial Chapel In charge locally.
MRS. JULIA CHARY
76, of 4198 SW 5th St.. Tuesday: Gor-
don. Miami
JACOB MINKOFF
79. of Newark. N.J.. Monday.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under ti"- fictitious name of
Ml \.\ll TRI il'H'A 1. I- l."l: v. al 2*41
8.W :'mJi Lane, Miami, Fla., Intends
to TCI lid name with the I i( k
of tbe 1'ucuit Court "f Dade County,
1 lorlds
Rl. 1:1 :i; 1- c MAI IEE (Sole 1 W
HENRY M CAIN
Aiiiiini-v i"i Applicant
2.118 w Flagler St Miami. Fla.
3 4-1 j _________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN
in undersigned, des inn I engage in
business undi r 'be fictll of
1.1:1 ins UIQCORS, ai M74 B.W -'ii
SI Miami. Intends to Ii Id
name with the clerk ..f the Cln
to) 1' ids County, Fli
s \ \t PEL E 1. v\ INE, Soli > mr
WEINKI.E .<: KESSf.ER
attorneys f"r Applicant
Id HI.in
:: 4-11-18 25 ___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl -
he ut ed, dealt Ins to 1 ngaga .u
business under the fictitious name of
BKRNIE SAFI RR RESTAl'RANT.
at nurabei 1110 N E. 2nd Ave in 1
inn. Florida. Int ndi to reg
later the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JACK .111.1. CATERERS, INC .
.1 Kb.1 nia Corporation, Side <-
:l 4-I1-1S-2J_____________________________*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 170328
MARGARET F. BTB43ER, Plaintiff,
\ s.
MICHAEL .1. STEGER Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TO: MICH MM. .1. STEGER,
rtant
4'i\ 1: Delevan Avenue
Buffal". N. a York
YOU Wll.l. PLEASE TAKK NO-
TICE that a BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are rcmilred to scr\e a OOpy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
I'.lll of complaint on the plaintiff's
attorney. 1. R. MAYERS. 1102-04 C"ii-
Buildlng. Miami. Ilorida. and
file the original Answer 01 Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the <:
cull Court 011 or before the tth 6
or April, ii'-.i. if voti fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
.mains! vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice sh.MI be published M
each we.-k for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 2nd dav of March. A IV 19."-."..
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
I'lerk. Circuit Court.
Iade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN,
iSKAU Depatycierlar
1 R. MAYERS
Attorney for Plaintiff
1102-04 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Florida
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MIAMI. FLOhiDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1955
SECTION B
PURIM FESTIVAL TO BE
MARKED TUESDAY
MWTUAl
LEADER^HERE TO STUDY POSSIBILITY Of SINGLE ORGANIZATION
ashruth Tradition Must Inspire Reverence Not Contempt Rabbi Rosenberg
A Je*,s Floridian Feature
Rabbi Alexander S. Rosenberg
j in Miami to survey the com-
\m0js critical Kashruth situa:
Thr tali serene spiritual leader
J been sent by the Rabbinical
wincil of America. "Our pur-
0, In explained in Miami
luc'h this week, "is to try to af-
( a unified attitude among
abb.- here toward the establish-
g oi a single Kashruth super-
yon agency."
jUbbinicul Council of America
, the national arm of the U.S.
rthodi'X rabbinate.
Rabbi Rosenberg told The Jew-
ish Floridian that for a long time
the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica has been awaxe of the dis-
organized state of affairs in Mi-
ami. Word, he explained, has
come by way of local spiritual
leaders who are members of the
Council, as well as from visitors.
"It has also been tne result of
the general tone of conversation
whenever Miami and Kashruth
are discussed," he said. Accord-
ing to Rabbi Rosenberg, who is
in charge of Kashruth activity of
the National Rabbinic Adminis-
tration of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
and of the Rabbinic Council'of
America, "Kashruth must be con-
sidered as a sacred institution."
Ihesc organizations are togeth-
er the custodians of the famous
I seal of Kashruth on many
national food brands
"I feel deeply about Kashruth
in this sense," Rabbi Rosenberg
explained. "As a religious con-
cept it should induce feelings of
reverence." Instead, he said, it
has often been a matter for elicit-
ing contempt. "But we are not
blaming any one in particular.
Nor are we questioning the Rab-
bis as a group."
One thing, according to the
spiritual leader, is assured. "Un-
scrupulous dealers and hotel
keepers," he said, "are taking ad-
vantage of the lack of organized
Kashruth supervision in the
Greater Miami area and are get
ting away with selling non-Kosher
products for Kosher."
A graduate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity in 1925, Rabbi Rosenberg to-
day is spiritual leader of Ohev
Zedek Congregation in Yonkers,
N.Y.. the same pulpit he assumed
30 years ago upon receiving his
Continued on Pag* 6 B
|M. BELKIN REPORTS TO MIAMI

Emergence of Yeshiva as One of
World's Leading Institutions likely'
Icquiied by B'nai B'rith Women, this impressive bronze bust
of Franklin Delano Roosevelt will have a commanding posi-
tion in the Roosevelt Four Freedoms Memorial Library that will
t>e housed in the new B'nai B'rith building in Washington, D.C.
Treated by the late Enrico Glicenstein, one of the greatest Jew-
lish artists, it has just been purchased on behalf of the B'nai
B'rith Women's Supreme Council by Mrs. Maurice Turner of
Los Angeles (left), chairman of the committee in charge of
jfurnishing the library, and Mrs. Ida Cook Farber of Brooklyn.
[The bust, which is almost two feet high, will stand on a special-
lly constructed pedestal in the Library, which is being estab-
[lished by the B'nai B'rith Women.
diversify Plans Language Week
[Second annual University of Mi-
m Language Week will be held
from March 27 to April 2, at the
jruvorsit) main campus in Coral
fables, and will have as its themes,
America Awakens to Foreign
language Needs" and "Exploiting
Ivailable Means and Techniques
f Meet Those Needs."
Among the programs illustrating
Jbc needs will be a round table on
Linguistic Science and Pedagogi-
Pl Application" and two panel dis-
lussionv The Teaching of Lan-
l"ages in Elementary School" and
Hie Teaching of Languages in
fecondary School."
Special features of the 1955 Uni-
Prsity^of Miami Language Week
will be. in the academic tradition
of celebrating important literary
anniversaries, a Spanish section
session devoted to the 350th anni-
versary of the publication of Cer-
vantes' "Don Quijote," and a He-
brew section session celebrating
the 750th anniversary of Maimon-
ides-Rambam, the medieval Jewish
philosopher, author of "More Niv-
ukhim." as well as a discussion of
"The Revival of Hebrew."
Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz is chair-
man of the Hebrew session, and
Dr. Berthold C. Friedl, Professor
of Romance Languages and Rus-
sian, is general chairman of Lan-
guage Week.
"The emergence of Yeshiva Uni-
versity as one of the world's lead-
ing institutions sponsored liv Jews
seems very likely," according to
Dr. Samuel Belkin who has been
president of he New York institu-
tion for the last II yean.
With four undergraduate aid
eight graduate schools and the
SeDtember onetiing of the Albert
Einstein Medical CoUeflS, Yeshiva's
2.200 students place it among the
leaders in Jewish educational or-
ganirationv
Here for a series of meetines at
M'-'mi* Reach hotels, the distin-
guished-looking scholar has some
interesting views on the impor-
tance of education in this choatic
world. "We need more Jewish lay
leaders to heln us wi'h the many
community problems facing people
of every faith." he pointed out.
"The job of a university presi-
dent is not an easy one." he added.
tli.' press of modern living mak-
ing more and more demands on
the graduates <>f our institutions.
Our major function is to send out
alumni equipped to serve their
families and communities in addi-
tion to their acquired skills in the
professions, arts and sciences and
other fields."
According to Dr. Belkin, train-
ing of future rabbis is only a very
small part of the overall program
at Yeshiva. Recent Yeshiva gradu-
ates have gone on to success in the
fields of law, education, social
work, the sciences and many oth-
ers, in addition to the rabbinate.
In September of this year, the
first class will be accepted at the
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine, the latest graduate school of
the university. Dr. Belkin indicated
that this new college will be the
first Jewish-sponsored medical
school in the United States and
that it is particularly fitting that
it should open during the Jewish
Tercentenary Year."
Part of an overall $100,000,000
medical center in the Bronx. N.Y.,
the Einstein college will train
many of the badly needed doctors
on a non-sectarian non-quota basis.
The final meeting of a series
honoring Dr. Belkin was held Wed-
nesday night at the Tides hotel
Hotel operators Samuel Grund-
werg and Morris N'ewmark were
hosts to the well known educator.
Dr. Belkin told guests details of
the progress being made at the
New York institution in its eight
graduate and four undergraduate
schools.
Wednesday's meeting was the
last of these report sessions which
gave Dr. Belkin the opportunity
of personally reporting to many of
the Jewish school's, friends and
supporters.
Drive Nets $950,000
For Notable Gain
Over $950,000 has been raised in
the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
man disclosed the new campaign
totals this week, following tabula
tion of the Business and Profes-
sional Division report rally.
"This represents a 17 percent in-
crease over last year, card for card,
and if we are successful in reach-
ing the $1,000,000 mark by Mar. 4.
our CJA drive will actually be five
weeks ahead of last years cam-
paign timetable." he said.
Nearly 2,400 gifts have already
been pledged in the drive, consti-
tuting about 23 percent of the total
number of contributions expected
The Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign cabinet, in response to
the request of division chairmen
for specific quotas, this week an-
nounced goals in each of eight ma-
i jor divisions. These are 18 percent
; higher than actual contributions
, collected by the divisions in last
: year's drive
Quota for the Hotels and Motels
Division was set at S150.000, a boost
of 28 percent over last year. The
big Trades Division, including over
| 40 businesses and professions, has
j a quota of S70.000. an increase of
' 13 percent over 1954. Quota for
the Apartment House Division is
1 S15 000 30 percent above last year
The Winter Residents Division has
a goal of $260,000. representing 19
percent over the previous year's
gifts.
The Women's Division, which
last year achieved 99 percent of
its quota, accepted a 10 percent in-
creased total of $165,000 for 1955
Area campaigns throughout Dade
County are expected to meet a
i quota of $30,000. 13 percent high-
' er than last year, and community
mobilization (C-Day) has set one of
Hi"' largest quotas in comparison
'with last year: $35,000.
European leaders greet Philip M. Klutznick on his first visit to
Europe since his election as president of B'nai B'rith. Meeting
of the European committee of B'nai B'rith lodges was held in
Paris, attended by leaders from nine European countries.
Shown (left to right, seated) are Klutznick; Dr. Edwin Guggen-
heim, of Switzerland, president of the European committee;
and Frank Goldman, honorary president of B'nai B'rith. Stand-
ing are Gaston Kahn, of Paris, president of Lodge France;
Albert Brandenburger, of Switzerland, committee treasurer;
Dory Oppenheim, of Luxembourg, committee secretary; Leo
Fischer, of Copenhagen, committee vice president; and I. Van
Esso, of Amsterdam, committee member.
'urim Not Most Important Festival in the Calendar-but Highlights Freedom
By HARRY CUSHING
JTA
To every generation of Jews the
Ruinating ceremonies and cus-
E8 of ,hc holidays have brought
r*er.:"l hope. It was the rich
f intriguing detail of these
nW.u observnees which have
knr 'he.mcan'ng of life and have
L ,, ln cuntless generations
urim for surv'v> Although
seat* 'S ,n minor "o'iday on the
it ,mn calpndar- the rabbis found
[JjPortant to set down certain
r euatmn, ln connection with its
*bsrvanee.
i Jh.U5' 1,ke a" other festivals and
ways, special precepts and laws
thatf nSU'U,Cd by ,he nturies
^followed that first Purim cele-
m """em Pers... From the
final words of the Book of Esther,
we learn that initial injunction "to
confirm these days of Purim in
their appointed times, according as
Mordecai the Jew and Esther the
queen had enjoined them, and as
they had ordained for themselves
and their seed."
A more detailed series of regu-
lations on the Purim celebration is
found in the tractate Megillah of
the Mishnah. Among other things
this tractate deals with the dates,
places, rules and manner concern-
ing the observance of Purim. There
are also certain regulations set
down as to the correct writing and
relaing of the Megillah. Still fur-
ther regulations, based on the
Mishnah and other sources, are em-
bodied in the "Mishnah Torah" of
Maimonides. Moses Maimonides.
noted among other achievements,
was one of the great codifiers of
Jewish law and was the first to
systematize the tremendous body
of Jewish law.
The most popular compendium
of Jewish law is the "Shulchan
Aruch" by Joseph Caro, who, like
Maimonides. was a native of Spain.
The "Shulchan Aruch" or "Pre-
pared Table" has proven itself so
serviceable that since the 17th
century it has remained the stan-
dard authority for Jewish practice.
According to the "Shulchan
Aruch." the month of Adar should
be spent in jollity and merriment.
However. Jews are called to spend
the 13th day of Adar. the day be
fore Purim, in fasting. The day.
known as the Fast of Esther, re-
calls the fast proclaimed by Es-
ther before she made her famed
visit to the throne of the king, to
plead the cause of her people
Fast of Esther
Nevertheless, the Fast of Esther
is not an obligation. It is not in the
category of other fast days. Jew-
ish law permits laxity in cases of
illness, no matter how slight. Also,
a bridegroom need not fast on
Purim.
If Purim occurs on Sunday,
which would make the Fast of
Esther on the Sabbath, the fact is
observed the prior Thursday. Fast-
ing is not permitted on the Sab-
bath, except if it happens to be
Yom Kippur. Abo. it is not cus-
tomary to fast on Friday, the eve
of the Sabbath. Yet, a person who
has forgotten to fast on Thursday,
should fast on Friday.
One of the customs of Purim is
to "send portions to-one another."
Long before the Christian custom
which developed into St. Valen-
tine's Day, the Jews observed the
tradition of sending goodies and
ingratiating tokens to persons of
whom one is found. The custom of
"Mishloach Manot." the sending of
portions is incumbent, according to
Jewish law, upon every Jew. He
who exceeds in sending such tok-
ens is praiseworthy. What is most
praiseworthy is sending such tok
ens to the poor, the orphans and
the widows "
The "Shulchan Aruch" provides
that by "portions" is meant prim-
arily edibles which have been pre-
pared, such as cooked meats, fish,
confectionary, fruit or wine. Even
the poorest Jew. even one who ac-
cepts charity, is obliged to give
tokens to others poorer than he.
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iLOBAL SHORTS
-hurchiil Honored in London
iTlnstitute of Technology
RflMDON ,,TA) ~~ Pr,me
1* Sir Winston Churchill was
Ured here last weekend by the
, institute of Technology at
L ,, a dinner where a testi-
':,, scroll was accepted in his
Lhalf by his daughter. Miss Sarah
CorchiH The Prime Minister has
Ued that the central auditorium
' rtt institute should bear his
J. to mark his 80th birthday
1, November. In accepting the
troll the Prime Minister's daugh-
tr iiid Never did so young a
laici have -o old and fine a heri-
Ke as Israel. No other country
i it- birth had the wisdom, tradi-
lon* and fortitude of an ancient
Ice These are priceless everlast-
L, gjsets With them it can never
lil."_____________
oel Now Owns Four
I Seven Isaiah Scrolls
[jERl'SALEM (JTA)Israel has
L acquired the last four of seven
Iroils of Isaiah found by Bedouins
* caves near the Dead Sea whose
Jtnificance was first realized by
lie late Prof. Eliezer Sukenik, one
[ Israel's foremost archaelogists.
be four scrolls were purchased
j Samuel Gottesman of the United
pales and given to Israel through
he American Fund for Israel In-
litutions
[iming of Detroit Drive
plits Israel Bond Leaders *
[DETROIT (WNS)A statement
otesting against the national
kadquarters of the Israel Bond
kmpaign arranging a dinner for
pnds here on March 1 while prepa-
(tions are being made for the
cal 1955 Allied Jewish Campaign
is issued this week by leaders of
Israel Bond Committee in De-
oit.
Danger Still Prevails in Near
East, Dr. Bunche Asserts
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)There is
a danger in the present Arab Israel
situation. Dr. Ralph Bunche. Unit-
led Nations Under Secretary and
j former Palestine Mediator, who ne-
gotiated the Arab-Israel armistice
agreements, declared here this
week. Dr. Bunche. who is visiting
j various Latin American countries
Ion a UN mission, noted that the
'agreements negotiated by him have
| been in effect six years"a bit
long for being provisional."
Fascell Names Miamians
To Air force Academy
Congressman Dante B. Fascell
this week announced candidates
for nomination to the Air Force
Academy, class entering 1955.
Fascell's nominations included
David A. Steinberg, 2345 SW 26th
ter., Miami, and Stephen Marc
Slepin, 1430 SW 62nd ave.. West
Miami.
The nominees named by Fascell
will compete with other boys from
throughout the State for the five
openings which have been allotted
to Florida.
tnor Memory of Italian
Protected Jews
[ROME (WNS)The tenth anni-
Irsary ot the death in the Dachau
Incentration camp of Giovanni
klatucci, a non-Jew who was ar-
Isted by the Nazis for protecting
prish refugees in the city of Fi-
ne, was marked this week by
alian Jewry, at a ceremony at
Italian Chief Rabbi Elie
baff was the chief speaker.
long those present at the affair
ere the father of Palatueci, Israel
[mister Eliahu Sasson, the Chief
Police of Italy and several Ital-
ln judges
Dr. Pool New Head of U.S.
Jewish Historical Society
NEW YORK (WNS)The Ameri-
can Jewish Historical Society at
.its 53rd annual meeting this week
elected Dr. David de Sola Pool,
j Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Is-
rael of New York, president of the
Society, succeeding Prof. Salo W.
Baron, of Columbia University.
Inti-Jewish Propaganda
istributed by Embassy
^WASHINGTON (WNS) In an
bvious attempt to justify the re-
knt hanging of.the two Jews in
despite pleas by the Ameri-
Bn. British and French Govern-
ments that they be spared, the
-yotian Embassy here began this
Piled with aim Jewish propaganda.
[lie publication tries to create the
Tipression that Zionism is eager
' Promote communism in Egypt.
Mru Says India Won't
fk Calendar Reform
HONDON ,VVNS)-The plan of
F *orld Calendar Association
lu"!rm1'n* ,ne calendar through
.; !ank da>" device does not
e the hacking of the Govern-
C vVndia' Indian Prime Min-
pw Nehru told British Chief Rab-
Ln? Brodie this ** Mr.
fcml s1a,cmen> came as a wel-
EnlVUrpLrise ,0 Jewish leade
iPPOMng ,he "blank day" device.
C fh had ^en understood
L. "e Indlan Government was
'ng the "blank day" pro-
Jews in Curacao Lauded by
Dutch on 300th Anniversary
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (JTA)
The population of this Dutch island
of Curacao is paying tribute to the
small number of Jewish families
residing here, in connection with
the completion of 300 years of Jew-
ish settlement on the island. The
Dutch section of the population
especially emphasizes the impor-
tant contributions which these
Jewish familes and their ancestors
have made to the development of
the island.
Mootblack Named Superior
H Judge in California
Wi'(lE,LES -Burnett
l Cin U,"rker Wh WaS "<*>*-
*rorT,ted. lu lhe ("a'ifornia Su-
4ht a, by Gov Goodwin j-
KTanri m ,,me "was shinin
?>itSg papers in Minne
k in Mi" slster- Mrs Jy Gor-
[ m Minneapolis.
Attacks on Tunisian Jews
Denounced by Nationalists
TUNIS (WNS)Attacks on Jews
continued this week in the old
Jewish quarter, despite special po-
lice measures to halt them. The
Arab daily "Assabah," newspaper
of the Neo-Destour Nationalist Par-
ty, has condemned attacks on Jew-
ish shops and Jews by Moslem
students and Arab bands, declar-
ing that 'Tunisian Jews are broth-
ers of Tunisians of other faiths."
Prof. Otto Warburg Claims
Discovery of Cancer Origin
BERLIN (WNS>Prof. Otto H.
Warburg, who won the Nobel Prize
for Medicine in 1931 and who re-
mained in Berlin throughout the
Nazi regime, this week reported in
a German scientific journal that he
has solved the disputed question as
to the origin of cancer. According
to Prof. Warburg, cancer does not
develop through outside agents
such as viruses. It sets in when
a cell does not absorb enough oxy-
gen, so that its normal 'breathing"
is chronically impaired. Prof. War-
burg believes his findings show the
way toward future prevention of
the disease.
Luncheon of the Cantors' Association oi Greater Miami meets for its annual affair and to hon-
or Cantor Berele Kelemer (seated, second from left) on the occasion of his receiving a Teudah
cum laude from the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. Shown are (seated, from left) Cantors
bnolom Katz. honored out-of-town guest; Kelemer. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation;
i>amuel Kelemer. Temple Beth Sholom and president of the Cantors' Association; and Aaron
Weingaiten. Congregation Beth Jacob. Standing are Cantors Fishel Lutman. Beth El Congre-
gation; Moms Morgenstem. honored New York philanthropistcantor; Abraham Self, Kneseth
Israel Congregation; Edward Klein, North Shore Jewish Center and Irving Robinson, Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Present at the function but not shown were Cantors Jacob Bomstein,
Temple Israel, and Maurice Mamches, Beth David Synagogue.
98 Percent of Germans Would
Welcome Hitler, Report Says
LONDON (JTA) Forty-nine of
every 50 Germans would welcome
Hitler today as the "man who gave
them the best years of their lives,"
the Sunday Chronicle reported
from Berlin on the basis of a na-
tionwide survey of German public j
opinion which the Chronicle says
has become a best seller overnight.
The survey, result of eight years
of study by its authors, has caused
concern among West German of-
ficials, the Chronicle said. The
German officials fear that its revel-
ations will have an adverse effect
on public opinion in the United
States, Britain and France.
Kindness Wins Award
Kindness and courtesy shown to
members of a gymnasium class
have won for Miss Lillian L. Fried-
lander the courtesy award of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Leo Eisenstein, courtesy
committee chairman, announced
this week.
Hadassah Book Review Slates
Special Purim celebration is
planned for the next meeting of
the Tuesday Book Review spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah at the Algiers ho-
tel on Tuesday noon, Mar. 8.
Book to be discussed by Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, series reviewer, will
Hecht Autobiography
be the autobiography by Ben
Hecht, "A Child of the Century."
Mrs. Donald Murray coordinator
for the 12 participating Hadassah
groups, will extend Purim greet-
ings. In charge of reservations is
Mrs. Harry I. Magid, ticket chair-
man of the series.
"How about Heinz Beans tonight?"
The mellow nut-like flavor that the Heinz
master chefs impart to their masterpiecex.
has made Heinz Vegetarian Beans the
great favorite all over the land. Strictly
Kosher, of course The seal of ap-
proval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX
JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.
SELECT EITHER LABEL! THEY'RE
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JEWISH HOLIDAY PABTY BOOK
By Lillian S. A*iam and Lil-
lun T. LiArwft 77 a*.
Verfc BUcfc Pwhsishint
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By MILABY MINOLIN
This BtQe volume. eotorTuny exe-
cuted. designed for the young
Mother with cUMren at home and
for the teacher with pupils from
ages five to 1Z It is the author's
attitude that some of the warmest
are those of
we gathered with
frieads and f flj in the eelebra-
tioa of a special event
-How eh greater is that im-
pression it as children- we were
riven the opportunity to partici-
pate m the prawning the prepara-
tjoa and the execution of the eele-
The answer to this rhe-
torical ojaestiou b apparently the
basis of this book, for it subae-
quently takes op. in succession, de-
Ughtfal instructions on how to
mark Sokkoth. Chanuka. Tu
BShva- Purim. Passover. Lag
B'Omer and the Oneg Shabbat
Each section is invitingly illus-
trated, and each of the illustrations
soanehow manic r~ to impart a
flavor of the holiday rt symbolizes
barhaded are "recipe- for the
food* characteristically associated
with the vanou* festival; that com-
pose the Hebrew calendar, games.
nddles and suggestions for making
If rt is the aim of
teacher to do no more
theyuuncste-
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aaatjent with the pro- However it b thought here that
-. this the Israel Arab dispute is only one
- dastarbe< par) I the world, reason why the Foreign Secretary
Americans seem to put has gone to all this trou-
:zing from order to be able to call on the
7 are har^xg them out Egyptian and Iraqi governments
the B: .-.other re aw i* that be w s -
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Reappraisal Seen Needed
In Civil Rights Question
OJI
patK he de-enbed a= i
r-oll tax

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, part of it will
ed.
n more ir.:
(act tha'
-
purpo-* of dramatizing the
'
education on th*
-- well know
:iy enough adu
Ian Anrf U
kind of gesture that
ng any useful or sard,e.. of the comDination_ ,he
are not leaving the Middle East
to the Americans, that they are
very much interested in the area
despite the fact that they have had
to draw in their imperial horns.
land ** :er it more i -
their bailiwick: in other wor
lowing the f,
t I ~- '. been
apparen* that the British wen
i at the way in which 11
ican.* were threatening to rt:
them in the Middle Eat wbey
the ^r- were particular
'ion provided the only possible op p- that the Ann:
.pt to would be 'hipping their ar:
e the ru:- if the ef- a part of the world where tht
U l:kei> dra- ed force- ere equipped with Br:'
. .-h weapon- If the Amencar.
public m '. the 'hi- then the British would be
7- failure of 'he Demo- forced out of a lucrative market
the Senate to not onl> th .-.faience
- the rule, was wiM (r ,he lechnician, and .
zf n other i**ues ln2 r * nwok- tht,T irnVi in(l equipment a
apualoa within the party on be replaced by American techni
cians and training n
While that point of view pre ----------------
no progre-' car. be made .
Since i been ever- political
binat. rxecu-
Ztona Republican
'-* with a Demoervic ;
a Republican Pre-ident and
Dta 'A Repub-
and Democratic conirol of
both "branche- of govf rr.ment Re-
- the Book of Esther to be
read Monday evening, a glance at
the Purisn section reveals listed in
.... .-ruction- 1st awrtaei be-
guaung w.th the invitation
0 hikuii. if y*u **r to.
B* ihcotiI" ceoc
0 / yu t
down through cutouts to help make
aioch Monot" basket
Modern Ajnerican teaching con-
siders ideal the participation of
n in all detail* of d
preparation From junior services
Sabbath to classroom dem-
involvement seems to
be a prevalent method for -ensi-
tizmg the child's spiritual coosci-
Dr Abraham Woosoa,
dentisL now head :' the
Outdoor Forum and Mami.
resident, has pubu*hed ha
book, the second what
roughly be called the -art
iug." That Dr W-.ifion,
gemariaa aud Spmoza $cho
hiaascif found a modus
which he enjoys
strongly is under, u- -
The book is a pa_-t:che of.
m. advice on coodatt,!
and physical and a I
of ah-arousi.
.netrts.
an youth A age,
" hod. -he
ig all the
t -aterufl
author's mmd and eye hapaaj
light upon are jb of |
little book. They appear
:hed together b> pot
writings from some gr
and from some who ought i
write at all.
Included also .- material U
larly personal to the author i
l- painfully embarra.-uig ti
reader in its nakedr.e* aad i
. fully unsuccessful ktteuat
'anonymity My own feelinghlj
: such indulgence in the
philosophy is best kept
jdiseretioB, too. is part of
Sentiment is not actast]
stuff of philosophy h er,1
good to find a man wht has j
1 dared his way through id i
and healthful mode I life I
tune to share his vie** win I
younger and. in hi- eyes, len'
'The vigor of his appr jch. r
case. speaks well f r him
ever, it would be poor phik
ing to assume that it wool
, fore speak well for -her*
AT THE HOMES
Young Composer Acquires
Reputation for UnexpecH
(...' .-.. issue in the
34th Congress was buried at the
< of the session when
thsial bloc, over the lone pro-
test of Sen Herbert Lehman, de-
cided not to challenge the Southern
UemocraU to a fight on the Senate
!t on civil rights has
been the same The Southern bloc
has held firm to it* determination
to filibuster any civil rights bill to
death
high time civil right- force*
face this fact and undertake the
reappraisalhowever agonizing
So long as the present rules that must flow from it Repeating
prevail, no bill to combat racial ,he annual ritual of introducing
discrimination or intergroup vio-
measures that are buried in com-
mittee has become waste motion
lence has even a remote change of tha( advances the cause of equality
'-nactment unless it is watered not a step
St: Htrktrl teftam
. lone vtJc
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOOD The brilliant
New York compo-er. Leon-
ard Ro-enman. has a reputation
ng the unexpected At the
: 16 he took hi- i.r-t piano
Yet by the time he was
18" he was being acclaimed an ac-
compli-hed pianist and at 20 he
ua- writing opera-
rr'j-ician Ro-enman is
breaking a majorand ii minor
precedent in Hollywood I -ually
a composer does not write until
- the completed film Ignor-
cu-tom. the voung com-
-tarted writing the music for
r Bros" CinemaScope pro-
duction. East of Eden a- it was
being filmed.
The idea for scoring a picture
during production r- ilrwctor Elia
confesse- Kn-enman
But it Is an idea which 1 enthusi
a-tical!> endorse By watching the
develop 1 believe I can com-
po-e a much more vibrant score
I can see how Julie Harris, the
-tar of the picture. interpreting
her role and then I compose musk
in that mood. Music mu-t enrich
and permeate the story while at
PM time remaining a subordi-
nate theme to it By composing
simultaneously with the filming. I
can write musical passages, not
merely harmonim sound effects."
Besides spending -tveral
each day as a spectator ni
Rosenman often w.. ia cmu
with Kazan Kazan :- a maa'
has definite viewpoints oa
place and value of mu-ie in i
pictures. He is a stieUll i
ting exactly what he ana
the picture he ir,-i--< i whf.
called for the flavor and If
of 1917. is not to be 1916 or |
Rosenman s bus
gan accidental^ While
ing at home from a boui *
flu. the youthful conn
heard a Strav assk) cm] .
the radio Thi- ,r i:-ed in
desire to learn to play '"* .
He has been happ> PU,UB*.
keys through n. paces
since.
Rosenman. ih< MM of*
chain owner, had hi- schoc
terrupted by World War U-
even in the Arm) he conn.
with his mu-u Ai the W
Base be did the re,for ,.,
to coast radio sh-.w He een_
posed a concerto for the
while oversea* on Guam and
pan. It was never puW^
Rosenman regarded it '
'against insanity IP0" ,
charge, he enrolled at toe
versify of California B*
his diploma as a music n-
J1B90. He has since vtW
compositions.


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Un Not Most Important Tradition
In Calendar But Highlights Freedom
Continutd from Paflt 1 B
_.h law makes it an obliga-
1 m eat drink and be merry on
tin, Drinking on Purim is en-
Ked because, according to the
Kan Aruch," the whole mir-
hlaoccasioned through wine;
Eh" lost her crown because of
Ke feast and Esther put in her
Ed Hainan met his downfall at
'wine banquet arranged by Es-
t, which gives Jews good reason
Lnie themselves on Purim. Pe-
Lrlv "on Purim a person should
nk until he knows not the dif-
.nCe between Cursed be Ha-
and 'Blessed be Mordecai.-"
Miseries, In 'k famowt gloas-
. tfie Shulchan Ante*, indicates
the authorities of Jewish law
lot insist that one get drunk as |he kjng of fhe Ama,ekjtes
that, but to drink more than
i's normal capacity so that he
fall asleep and, because he is
nbering. nol know the differ-
between Cursed be Haman"
|d "Blessed be Mordecai." Of
it |g immaterial whether
|drink> a little or a lot, as-long
thoughts are directed to
is even more peculiar is
some rabbinic authorities say
if a man injures his neighbor
result of too much Purim
he is free from paying dam-
This attitude of the Jewish
which is usually very strict in
lers of our actions towards our
iw men and to God is anoma-
However, there is excellent
on for this. Purim for centuries
I been utilized to express the
j-up feelings of the Jews in
ghettos of Europe. Throughout
Iyear the life of the Jew was
bus and free from lighthearted
tents. There was a constant
tring and persecution, worries
[other difficulties of being a
prity people. Purim gave the
la short period of escape, one
(in the year when he felt free
llow himself the luxury of in-
fng in the lighter aspects of
hile Jewish law forbids a man
ear a woman's garment or for
en to attire themselves in
ring customarily worn by men,
law was relaxed on Purim
i a carnival -pirit overtook the
o. Carnivals, masquarades
(general merriment and revel-
ave become the mood of the
ISibbath of Remembranca
fe Sabbath preceding Purim is
n in the Synagogue as "Shab-
lachor" or the Sabbath of Re-
mittance." On that day the Maf-
readim; consists of Deutero-
jy 25, 17-19. recalling that Is-
Iwai commanded to utterly de-
Amalek The Haftorah of the
I is chapter 15 in Samuel I in
fch is told the story of King
I's expedition against the Ama-
les.
he Amalekites were, a barbar-
peoplc who attacked the Is-
les during their journey from
pt to the Promised Land. It
[ an open war on Israel but car-
out in the form of a sneak
from the rear resulting in
| massacre of women and chil-
The famed verse, "Remem-
lAmalek." inspired famous dec-
lions of the future. "Remem-
Ihe Alamo." Remember the
"e." and "Remember Pearl
T," all recalling -dastardly at-
on Americans, were inspir-
py the verses in Deuteronomy
P' the Amalekites.
fig Saul was commanded by
I Prophet Samuel to lead an ex-
Jition against the Amalekites.
f went to war against Amalek
defeated Israel's former desert at-
tacker. However, he did not fulfill
the command to utterly destroy
them. It was Saul's failure to de-
stroy Amalek which made possi-
ble the future Haman. According
to the Targum Sheni. a notable
Aramaic Midrash on the Book of
Esther, Haman's ancestor is indi-
cated to be Agag. king of the
Amalekites, and the genealogy of
Mordecai is traced to Kish, father
of King Saul. It is then obvious that
both Haman and Mordecai were of
royal descent and because of their
ancestors' animosity for one an-
other, they were natural enemies.
Haman's insistence that Morde-
cai bow down to hire may have
been prompted by his arrogant
feeling that he was descended from
Mor-
decai's refusal to kneel before
Haman may also be based on his
demand that as an heir of royal
blood he need not do so.
Perhaps, some enterprising writ-
er on genealogies may be able to
prove that Hitler was not only the
spiritual scion of Haman, but actu-
ally a blood descendant. Incident-
ally, it is interesting to note that
tradition claims that Rabbi Samuel
bar Shilath, a highly esteemed
teacher of the third century, was
a descendant of Haman.
Reading the Megillah, the Scroll
of Esther, is, according to Jewish
law, the obligation of all: men,
women, proselytes and even chil-
dren. Maimonides states that the
study of Torah may be interrupted
in order to listen to the reading of
the Megillah. He emphasizes that
"there is nothing for which the
reading of the Scroll should be
postponed except the duty of bury-
ing the dead, if there is no one to
bury him. For he who chances
upon a dead person should bury
him first and then read." (Mishneh
Torah, Hilchot Megillah, 1, 1.)
It is a custom not to read the
Megillah like a rolled scroll, as in
the case of the Torah reading.
Rather, the reader unfolds the en-
tire parchment and then folds the
several folios like a letter. This is
done to recall the letters men-
tioned in the Scroll of Esther.
First, there were the epistles sent
by Haman to all parts of the Per-
sian kingdom calling for the de-
struction of the Jews. Later, the
pronouncement was rescinded in
the special proclamation sent out
from the capital, this time Esther
associating herself with it and con-
firming it.
Spirit of Purim Levity
The spirit of Purim levity is
even extended to the period dur-
ing the reading of the Megillah. It
is the custom to utilize noisemak-
ers and shouting down the name of
Haman. The practice of using
noisemakers in the Synagogue dur-
ing the reading of the Megillah
goes back to the Middle Ages but
custom insists that the reader halt
his reading until the noise has sub-
sided.
Various methods of reviling Ha-
man's name have been invented by
the youthful listeners to the Me-
gillah. The most common, of
course, is the use of the "gragger,"
a noisemaker. Another method is
to write out Haman's name with
chalk on the floor. Each time the
name of the arch enemy of the
Jews is mentioned by the Megillah
reader, one stamps his feet and by
so doing eventually erases Haman's
name.
Purim has been the symbol of
the many Hamans who destroy the
Jewish people. There have been
countless Purims in the intrigu-
ing history of Israel. Yet, the Jews
have always seen poetic justice
J^fhe battle which ensued, he done from the time of Pharaoh,
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ed above the pomp of Shushan,
above the heads of Jews in hum-
ble gratitude. Pharaoh, Torque-
mada, Chmilnitzki and Hitler are
mere names in the history books.
And Haman is only the sport of
little Jewish boys cracking their
rattles in the Synagogue on Purim
night.
Art Students in Three
Counties Exhibit at Burdines
More than 200 pieces of art, the
work of students in Dade, Broward
and Palm Beach counties, went on
exhibition in Burdines Miami
Auditorium Tuesday morning, and
will remain open to the public
through Saturday, Mar. 5, at Bur-
dine's tri county art exhibit.
The exhibit, organized by the
Dade County Art Teachers' Asso-
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Social Functions
ciation and sponsored by Burdine's, I
includes paintings in oils and water
colors, sculptures, wood carvings,
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The drama of 15 generations of j Ronald Deblinser as Isador Cohen;
" in America will be presented and Susan Talinnoff as Bmma La-
Izarus whose poem is inscribed on
the Statue of Liberty.
The narrator is Harriet
man.
\Z"00 p"P'Is in Temple Emanu-
SliSou school on Sunday
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"he pageant is the first major event
to be held here to mark the Jewish
Tercentenary celebration
1 Tlt|C,l i.and of Liberty, the
Inarrative script by Dorothy L.
Scrota herself daughter of early
iMiami arrival*, the Isaac. Levins,
is beinK dramatized by Trixie Lev-
|jji in 13 scenes.
Land of Liberty" opens with
Ithe cloudy September day in 1654
Iwhen the first group of 23 Jews
I stepped ashore to be confronted
[by Go\ Peter Stuyvesant. The pa-
New-
Igeanl closes
with the lives of Mi-
's first Jewish settlers, led by
Ipioneer Isador Cohen in 1893, who
Ihelped create Miami's charter.
Leading roles will be played by
[Barry Goldstein as Poter Stuyve-
L-ant: Matthew Schneider as Asher
Eevy; Skippy Feiner as Haym Solo-
Imoii: Steven Kaplan as George
Kfashin "| Howard Hirschfield
las Judi.li Touros, the New Orleans
hpjlanthropist;
Kcliecca Grati whose life and work
Inspired Sir Walter Scott's heroine
Bebecca, in "Iv.inhoe"; Wendy
ehwartz as her mother; Steven
lobinson as the minister; Jonathan
Turk as the pane; Daniel Levine as
Hired Mordecai, Jr.; Stephen
Sould as Alfred Mordecai, Sr.; Har-
.,. g in as Emanuel Noah;
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sponsor a Mastpr Point Bridge
Tournament on Tuesday, Mar. 8
Winning players will be awarded
master points.and other prizes, ac-
cording to tournament director,
Jerry Freehling.
Applebaum Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sara Ap-
Dlebaum, formerly of 4815 Alton
d.. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, Mar. 6, 2 p.m., on the Mi-
ami Beach Knights of Pythias Plot
of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Abraham Cassel
officiating. Mrs. Applebaum is sur-
vived by a son. Arthur, of Miami
Beach; three daughters, Mrs. Bella
Wolfson. Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Adeline Konrenecky and Mrs.
Miriam Arnold, both of Philadel-
phia: also five brothers and three
Carol Barrocas as sisters. Arrangements are
in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
'ives arc asked to attend.
Greenblatt Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sheldon
A: Greenblatt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Berlin, formerly of 735 -
14th pi.. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, Mar. 6, at 1 p.m., on
the Miami Beach Knights of Pyth-
ias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Sheldon Green-
blatt is survived by his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin, and a
sister. Gladys Greenblatt. He was
a member of the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge of Miami Beach and a mem-
ber of the Tau Epsilon Phi frater-
nitv. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
cSlTSl ? c/f ^"Planting ceremony at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation in-
to Frtin,A akk .Ver\rnan' Z**1 S,eiriberg' SY Stemstein, Howard Duchon. Barbara Dav-
nirV M iT c v Diane Cvnamon- Frances Sokol, Jerry Saslow, Robert Roth, Helene Res-
Dnvi'ri ru MWe /' Barr, Bum>,ein' S""" ntonick. Nathan Kusher. Fredric Kronberg.
TW? M !H M^m'1 ^einer- Harrie Stone. Howard Kaplan, Howard Goldberg, Harvey Sail
oarry Nadler Gail Libman, Rosalie Rosenblum, Marlene Cynamon, Marsha Pierce. Ida Beck-
Z i o Gus!man- Michael Silverman. Michael Rosenbach, Shah Saslow. Myles Abbott.
nZnM Q?'-^na l'ne' erald Rolh' Allan Bloom. Larry Fishkin. Jay Wagman. Haman
Z!?a b S,e'"beLro- Renee Ste>n. George Stemstein. Anita Jocobson. Alan Merlin. Judy Dia-
mond. Barbara Nabutovsky. Michael Schweitber. Sally Mezey. Leslie Kronberg. Michael Lib-
man and Robert Winer.
Krafchick Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Krafchick. formerly of 259 Wash-
InftOI are. Miami Beach, will lake'
place Sunday, Mar. 6. 1 p.m., at'
ML Sinai Meraortal Park feme-'
terjr. With Rabbi Morris Skop offi-1
ciatttg. MY; krafchick is-survived;
Bf his wife, Ida; two ions, David. I 4WKJ Unveiling
of Miami, and Joseph, of Long
Beach, N.Y.; and three daughters.
Mrs. Charlotte Krasner, of Long
wife. Bertha; a son. Alfred M of
Bronx, NY.; a daughter. Mrs Stel-
la Bnright, of Scarsdale. N.Y.; and
two brothers, Isidor Spettner of
Havana. Cuba, and Simon, of Glen
Oaks. L.I. Arrangements were in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company.
Tulin Unveiling
Beach, and Mrs Frances Mozell:
and Mrs Sylvia Rothman. both of
Miami Beach. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-1
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Spettner Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Charles
Spettner. former!v of 2000 NE
182nd st.. North Miami Beach, was
held Thursday. Mar. 3. 2 p.m.. at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mr. Spettner is survived by his
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Minnie
Ida Zwig, formerly of 10 SW 31st
ct.. will take place on Sunday, Mar.
20, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Simon April offi-
ciating. Mrs. Zwig is survived by
her husband, Robert; one son, Ed-
ward, of Miami; and a brother, Ho
fel, of Detroit, Mich. Arrange
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Charlen
A. Tulin. formerly of 1630 SW
20th st., will take place Sunday,
Mar. 6. at 3 p.m.. on Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating.
Charles is survived by his parent.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tulin, a broth-
er. Sidney, and a sister, Jo-An. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
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ning services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8.30 am with Rev. Leo Heim of-
ficiating and di>cussing the Week-
ly Portion Mincha is at 530 p.m..
followed by Shalom Seudos and
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mg- When Fnda> o*enia| tenricci at 5 and
*rrful Prophy- 8:3 pm RannJ Irving Lehrman
rfei ,:. pread n| Caator Ffafael Lutman will *'" dl . '- ->f Men r the naaoeal portion- of the Loncl>' A Comment on Happi-
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4 19 pm I), ion of the Zohard lltur8>' Saturday morning services
-ouled bj the Rabbi at 5 are at 9 a m w,,n Rabbl Lehrman
dl>cu^^lng the Weekly Portion Me
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CONGREGATION Will hold Friday .La'M ? a,Da'
ng services at 6 arid 8 15 pel
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Daily services are in the
in the morning and
Mn Robert Schweitz. prenV
of Sisterhood, will diacu
Of England and Cjueen HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
I 'her Saturday morning serv- JEW|SH CENTER will hold Friday
ill hold renlng icrvic :, at 8:3fl WItn Rabbl Simon evening fervteej at 815 p.m. Sab-
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
I 30 p n ib .< of the termoa
ibbi David Shapiro i Etet
Ml !> -or. of the Runm I
if Jo epfa Malek will render
ih'- rou ical portions of the liturgy-
Rev Morde rect !.< ehoir Mr. and Mi
ward I.ublin will sponv^r th<- One]
Shabbat following Saturday morn
ing .:< at a m with
Habbi Shapiro preaching on the ''r'1"'1 at 5:45 and 8 p.m. Rabbi
Weekly Portion Uaily morning vtr Abramowitz will discuss:
..'at ft am Haman in Our Midst." Center
Choir under the direction of Eli
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- s,mu'ls W1" render the musical
TER will bald rnday evening serv- f>"n,"n^ the liturgy Saturday
let of 8 U pm with Rabbi Bean "",rr,,n8 -services are at 845 Ser-
Ofcoliea dl cusaing: 'The Meaning m"" *'" "* based on the Weekly
of Punm Cantor Maurice Neil ,'"ri",n Furim services are Mon-
will reader tho musical portions of 'la> even">8 at 7 p.m., with Cantor
lhe liturgy, with the choir under M*"*M Klein officiating,
irre dirertion of Lucille Mrxjre av I
Muting. Norman, son of Mr. and A"L DIRECTORY2
Mm. Joseph Langel, will baoaflM DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
April discussing: Leadership is batb F"rum w'" be commenced,
not Dictatorship Cantor Berele dedicated to the theme: "One Na-
Kclemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Megillah
will be read Monday evening at 7
p m.

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('lass in Talmud will precede serv-
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Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m. Reading
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day evening. 7:30 p.m
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will hold Friday evenings services
at 5:30 p late services are at held at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha
1:30, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman an'J Shalos Seudos. Megillah will
officiating and discussing: "Mem- "* read Monday evening at 7.
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will M praamtad in honor of Mr Friday evening services at 5:45 and
arid Mrs. Irving Kroen. Saturday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
morning terviei Bra at 9 a.m., will preach on the topic: 'Our
With Rabbi Waxman officiating Children." Cantor Samuel Salkow
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Layer Books in Braillo
\jo be Distributed tor Blihi
1 The initial copy of the first Jew-
I h Dravcr book ever published in
fobrew and English Braille was
U*ntcd in New York Thursday
f j,r David M. Katz. blind New
York psychiatrist whose concern
fcnr the spiritual needs of the Jew-
|"h blind inspired it, at the nation-
al headquarters of the Jewish
Braille Institute of America.
i participating in the new project
thus launched for the-distribution
tf full sets of Jewish-Hebrew-Eng-
|j,h braille prayer books were Sis-
terhood of the North Shore Jewish
renter Mrs. Louis Cohen, presi-
dent 25 North Shore dr.: and West
Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood,
ur> D. Dresner, president, 5760
|\V 10th st.
Both women's organizations are
flcal affiliates of the National
Women's Sisterhood League.
Publication of the books, which
frill be available in sets of eleven
lolumes including the Sabbath,
festival and High Holy Day liturgy,
las been made possible through
funds contributed by the affiliated
Sisterhoods of the National Worn-
Ins League of the United Syna-
gogue of America, the women's
Irm of Conservative Judaism. Full
lets of this religious work will be
presented to each Jewish blind per-
n requesting them from the In-
jtitute as a uift of the League, the
Estitute and the individual donors.
iew Addition to Yeshiva
Hakes Scholarship Proviso
Another addition to Yeshiva Uni-
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Vomen opened last year for the
Br-t time, according to Dr. Samuel
Welkin, president ol Yeshiva, who
as been visiting Miami.
A total ot over a million dollars
k-orth of free scholarships arc
(warded each year to deserving
Itudents who might not have a
nance for college training. Be-
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he university, many of these stu-
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nd board in addition to tuition,
|r. Belkm said. "All of these
hings are made possible through
he generosity of friends and sup-
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over the nation."
At the Miami Beach meetings,
Dr. Belkin had the opportunity
If personally reporting on the re-
lent progress of Yeshiva to many
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JONAS'BOY THE PEQU/PED L/SSRTY,
SON KILLED IN WAR Of LIBERATION
Locker in Miami to Stimulate
Tourism to State of Israel
Chaim Locker was recently in
the Greater Miami area to stimu-
late tourism to Israel. Connected
with the Atlantic-Pacific Travel
Co., Inc., he will be in the United
States until May.
A tall, broad-shouldered man,
Locker is no stranger to Israel. He
immigrated to what was then Pales-
tine from Poland in 1930. In the
ganized clubs to assist needy per-
sons and became an energetic lead-
er in "Achva," an agency which en-
couraged immigration to Palestine.
When partition came and seven
Arab nations invaded a two-day-
old State of Israel, Locker was in
Latin America, assigned on impor-
tant missions there.
"It was while in Cuba." Ix>eker
explained, "that I heard of the
death of my 24-year old son on the
battlefield. It was May, 1948, and
my heart seemed vacant for a mo-
ment in the final hour of Jewish
fulfillment."
His son had been a medical stu-
dent at the American University
in Beirut and was being processed
for his final year of research at
Columbia University in New York
City But the youth refused, decid-
ing to stay in Israel to fight.
Locker subsequently sought
membership in Haganah to replace
his son. He was eventually accept-
ed and engaged in many highly
secret missions.
He now resides with his wife in
Nathanya. The couple have two
daughtersone married to an at-
torney and the other living with
her husband in a kibbutz.
"My principal purpose in Mi-
ami," Locker explained, "has been
in connection with the good will
tour of Mayor and Mrs. Harold
Shapiro to Israel in April."
Far away from home, he none-
theless has many friends in the
United States. He is a member of
the board of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Pittsburg, Pa., and is honor-
ary secretary of the tourist depart-
ment of the ZOA.
Here since November, he is
again en route to New York, Pitts-
burg, Washington and other South-
ern cities. And the Jewish Nation-
al Fund has not forgotten him. He
has been by now twice inscribed
in the JNF Golden Book in Jeru-
salem.
Hiliel Alumni to Meet Sunday
Greater Miami Hiliel Alumni As-
sociation announces its first gen-
eral meeting on Sunday evening,
Mar. 6, at Hiliel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus.
Proceeds for Center Building
Annual Purim bazaar and carni-
val will be held at the West Miami
Jewish Center on Saturday night
and Sunday. Proceeds will be for
the furnishing of the new educa-
tional building The affair is
sponsored by the Sisterhood of the
Center. Mrs. Max Rubin is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Harold Saxe is
chairman of the bazaar.
Chaim locker
land of his birth, ne had been an
ardent Zionist organizer, with af-
filiation in the movement reach-
ing as far back as 1912.
"I was also active as head of a
Zionist youth organization in Vien-
na," he explained. But when he
finally got to Israel, Locker threw
himself with zest into the idea of
the establishment of a Jewish state
Almost from the beginning, he or-
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UpAVJ^ARCH 4, 1955
LEGAL N0TIC1
+Jewlsli Fkrkttan
PAGE 11 B
--rTTfuNOER FICTITIOUS
NOlitc NAME LAW
V1,r, is HEREBt OIVKN that
l NAderals-ned, dealriiii to cnBao In
lb*,'.......JSBlr th. fictitious name of
-'vVv" HTl'DIO. at M lth
'"' Miami Reach, intends to reuls-
,',,,,. with th.- Clara ..f the
." '/,,, |)ade County, Florida.
Hrcnll """ Kt'OENE TROOP
fS ri APPUowi
il-ll-l11--'
-TTtT^e under fictitious
n0T name law _
voTlfK l> HEREBY OIVKN that
I, ,i-ii.-'i, I. deatrtai to cna-age In
I ". ,!,, the flPtltloui name of
M|{K liENERAL IK .SIMTAI. at
E5 V VmIi Sir. .1. Miami. Florida.
if: ,i.'h. i.-i.-i-T ald name iti the
RJrt of th "ircull Com* of Dada
I \'Vi:k HosriTAi.. INC
binie I '*! not
P ;",.,. fm Kdajewater HoKpiUL Inc
*'.,'; in,, In ItOBd, Miami Bench. F'ln
R-Il-lf _________^_^^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. ,)T|, i IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I .,i. desirliurto engage In
the fictitious name of
SERVICE, at S17I N /.
-,i \,,. Intendx to register Mid
the Clerk of the Clrcull
t.,,,11 ni Mae. lountj. Florida.
f'"" LOUIS WETTKR
li;i:\l\\ BRBTAN
I \pplirant
ft' FlM si Sl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JJOTUK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
. unrterafgrii d, desiring to engage in
1 undt-i il>-- flctltloua najne of
1ARIII fArK'l KRIA, at Dade County.
k, Intenda to reglater said naitw
klili the Clerk of the Circuit Court
iiHilt- i 'ounty, Florida
UIU.1NKH CAFETERIA, INC.
llCHARU Ml K"l-F
I tor Applicants
In Rd.
[jg :: i -1|. I s
notice by publication
.. the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
RoRIDA in AND FOR DADE
lOUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176867
iRi B svi.\i:stkk. I'lalntlff.
\ -.
IITn I SYX-VESTER. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In: VITA .I SYLVESTER
. n l^all I'Klia
.;: Hudson Boulevard
\ \e\v .lersev
\ IT' SYLVESTER, are
nullfied that a Hill of Com-
g.tjM for Divorce has been filed
*..ii ar,' required to
a iopj "f your Answer or Plead-
hf In Hi. Bill of Complaint on the
- Attorney, NORMAN R.
|YONS. H10-912 Olympla Itulldlnir, Ml-
inil file, the oilcinal
: I in the office of
i 'in-ini Curt on or
Mot* 'h* Nth daj of March. 1*16.
I you fall lo do so. Judgment hy de-
anit will li.- taken against you for
e( liou-audi'd III the Hill of
nmalaM. J'
I Thli ii<>':.-. >liall be published ortV'
..... fi four consecutive week*
THK JKWISII I'MimDIAN
[DONE \\h ORDERED at Miami.
'In.. _1m day of February,
I n I.KATHERMAN,
flerk, i 'Ireult Court.
I inde Countv. Florida
Bv JOAN COCRNOYKl'..
nirt Heali l-fc-puty Clerk
lORMAN l: LYONS
Jti foi Plaintiff
I Building, Miami If, Fla.
I : l-ll-l\
In the circuit court of the
i1th judicial circuit. in and
for dade county, florida. in
Chancery. No. 17o2
wives'ia rrifpin half.
Plaintiff,
lEOROE MATTHEW HALE. JB.,
...^ Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T" fJKORnE \I\TTHFW HALF.. JR.
.li, (i,n- Street,
., Waki I on t, N..i ib c.irollna
i"ii ar. hereby nullfied that a Com-
[ lot hivoire ha* been filed
I'-miiim you, and you are required to
|'M' ;t eo|iv of your Answer on the
l i.'iniift nttorney, Robert II. TTaur.
K, kMiuire, 1031 ilul'oni Hiiilding. Ml-
"". FTorids u,A fn.. the orlirlnal
!"" in the office or the Clerk of
Ine i iniui Ctiurt on or before the
lfinv-rifln dav of Miirrli. !!:.:. other-
F w the slleKniioni In said Complaint
r 'akt-n as confessed by you.
i'iTi,-iIrV.v','rn yourself ------rdingly.
"A n.D P; broare >!. IHS
E. B. LKATHERMAN.
i l.-.-k f n. cire.! Court
,. Bv WM W STOCKING
; -_ li'l-l I -1 S
NOTIC
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i-lKned. desiring to engage in
< iinder the flrtltious name of
\h w IM"'W CLEANING.
, -'"Hi St.. Miami Rearh. Fla..
to regisier aald name with the
f the circuit Court of Dada
Florida,
NATIONAL BCILDlNi;
MAINTENANCE. IMC.
A Morldn I'orporatfon
un^n.^rnid'g.
NoTfi',
l"'- unilii
r>'ATIiX.i
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Intends lo
I.lTk of
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'flVIN',;
*H"| net
NOTICE UNDER FtCTITIOUt
I'niend. .'' ;" **' S-th Si .
I'l-rk .,,.: ?'"<' "fll name with the
l'ount>. Kiorldu '"U ('OUrt f Dade
I -!l-lv.:;, Hlr'lAl:i> KENNEDY
NTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N'.iTIi-p ,NA"E 'AW
.!* i*r.liL,H2i" >VEN that
l,l',n"- under '.K '"Jr'"" '" "WMt ln
I^MIC wERvi'S;LfWloue name of
li TSth '': STATION, at t
\> reglf'i' i,1'a""' I',0"U- ln"
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
puallMMW iin.ler the fictitious name f
HOMESTEAD TERMINALS, at Dade
,,V-"h th' ."i""^1 y.l**1"}'' sain na.....
with th.- i lark of the el., uii cowl of
Dade County, Florida
MURRAY LEVINB
KAM LEVINB
GENET OBNET
Attorneya for Api>iicanta
-' 2/11-18-2.1 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.______ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
BEN S AI i TION OUTLET, al Ml N
Miami Ave.. Intends to register Mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
m LESTER kaal '* J,'iFK
Attorney fm Applioant
41L' Biacaj nc nidg.
t, ll-U-XS 3/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 176487
SA.NKi utD UROSBBART, I'lalntlff.
vs.
anne OROS8BART, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
111: ANNE GltdSSItART
:! .lohnson Avenue
Newark, n.j.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
nied againet you, ami you are requir-
ed to aerve a copy of yoDT Ansivci or
rieading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENKV M
CAIN. UH W. FUgl.r St.; Miami,
JTt.. and file the original Answer r
rieading in the office "f the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the
11th day of March. l*ftt< If you fail to
do no. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this. Kih day of February,
AD. I
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By. WM. \V. STUCKI.M;.
(Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for I'lalntlff
ll West Flagler St., Miami, Florida
2/11-18-2.". 3/4
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176778
I'ETEK R. RIENZI, Plaintiff, '
VS.
MARIE RIENZI. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. MARIE RIENZI
140 East ;!nd ti. i
Brooklyn, New York
You are bareby notified that a Bill
of Complain) for Divorce haa. been
UJ"daB4'u*t V1'-**"1 >'ou- -r" ' 4 iivli+v* a >opy of-yiir Answer or
I'leadlnx to the Bill of Complain' on
the plaintiff's Attorney. SANFORD
FR>:eD. 32, Florida, and file the original An-
KWcr or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 17th day of March, 1955. If
you full to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken againet you for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice, shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thin 16th day of February.
A.D. IMS,
B, 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Clrcull Court.
I lade county. Florida
By WM. VV. STOCKING,
(Circuit Court s.-.ili Deputy Clerk
SANFORD FREED
Attorney for Plaintiff
Mt N E 2nd Ave.. Miami 32. Florida
2 IS-tS 3/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CEI.I.OI'AK COMPANY" (Not Inc.). at
1401 N W. 22nd Street. Miami. Fla .
intend to reglater aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
('ounty, Florida.
SI-NAN A. OANS
HARRIET B, CANS
CHARLES E. CANS
MAURICE GA4VS
SYDNEY CANS
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorn.ij tor Petitioners,
So:, Reynold Building
2/1S-25 3/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23(30
RE ESTATE ill'
CHARLES ISAAC FRIEDBERG,
N0TI.Cb0F ,NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
rued my final report and petition for
I'inal Discharge as Executor of the
eatate of CHARLES Isaac I'ltlED-
i.i'.iti.. deceaaed; and thai on the loth
March, IMS. i will apply to the
Honorable \\\ y BLANTON, County
Judge of Dada i fount;. Blot Ida for ap-
proval of said final repotl and for
final discharge an EXECUTOR of the
Will of CHARLES Isaac i-1;11:1_
BERG deceased
This Ifitb day of Febriiurv, |fU
MAURICE ER1EDBERG
us Executnr
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorney for Executor
I 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ili.t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KEIT A- WIENER INSURANCE
AGENCY, at 711 71st st. Miami
Beach, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit court of
Dada County, Florida
SEYMOUR KBIT
ALBERT WILNER
I/11-18-JS 3/4
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 176367
DANNIE ROTHMAN, Plaintiff,
VK.
GLADYS Km UMAX, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: GLADYS KOTIIMAN
2112 Dorchester Road
Brookll n, .nvu York
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce was filed
against w.h Yon are required to file
your answer with the Clerk of this
court and to serve a COD* upon
HERMAN T isis. i inj Concre
Building-, Miami. Florida, Plaintiff's
Attorney, on or before the 14th day of
March, lli'i.'. Otlieiwise the allegations
ol the Complaint will be taken
'I by you.
Dated at Miami, .Florida, this Sid
day of February. 1C55.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Miami, Dade County. Florda
By \Y\1 W STOCklNC.,
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN T isis
Attorne) for Plaintiff
1101 Concreaa Building. Miami, Florida
I/1I-18-M I i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, dealiina to engage in
business under the flctltloua names of
lienann Mortgage Co.; BeoAOn Mort-
gage Co. Bert Amf Mortg.g* Co.;
H.-iian Mortgage Co, and Hen An
Mortgage (.. at- luli H4(h Street,
Miami Beach 41, Fla Interfd to regis-
ter Kiti circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'. E N'.l ami x N E \v M A N
ANN NEWMAN
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
2 18-86 3/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 34568-B
In Re: ESTATE OF"
MORRIS LEESS, l.....i ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ..nil All Persona Hav-
Ing'cialniH or Denumb Against Said
Estate:
YtlU, and each of you are hereby
notified and required t., present any
claims and demand* which you. or
either of you. ma v haw against the
estate of MORRIS LEESS, di
late of Miami. Dade Coun'y, Fioiida,
to the Honorable fjounty Judges of
Dade County, ami file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In l>ade County. Floriila. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
ili.-.s of the claimant and to be sworn
t.. and preiaonted as aforaaaM, or s*une
will be barred. Sec Section 733 IC of
the l!MS ITobate Act.
Date January IS, A.D. 1945.
bessie lf:ess
Aa Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
MORRIS LF7ESS. Deceased.
JOHNSON. LEVENSON A PERRY
Attorneys for F:xec-utrlx
2/11-18-25 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RED ROAD HOUSE OP BEAUTY, at
2208 S.W. .".71h Street. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flo. Ida.
VERA F'lSHER
2/11-18-2". 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE COHAN COMPANY (not inc.).
at 21 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami, intend
to register aald name with the Clerk
or the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SENRY COHAN
AX COHAN
2/11-18-2:. 3/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175.121
JOSEPH RICHMAN. Plaintiff,
RITaViARWISH. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RITA DARWISH. Defendant.
Residence and address unknown,
who la secreting herself within
the State of Florida from service
of process. __
You are hereby notified that a com-
plaint for foreclosure of Chattel Mort-
gage, Injuncttve Relief and other Re-
lief haa been filed agalnat you. and
you are required to serve a ropy of
your Pleading to the <'on'Vl"'",.i'n .'"
Plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY M.
CAIN, and file lhe original Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 11th da>
of March. INI, If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taker.
against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint. This suit seeks to
foreclose a Chattel Mortgage held b>
Plaintiff on that "uslneaj known as
"J( lE'S Ll' Ni' 111:< >N BTTJB '. 1 0 f
N W 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida to-
gether with the furnishings. Imnlture.
flxturea. appliances, stock, equipment,
merchandise, goods and .wares con-
'alM"edha,''M.am>. Florida, this 8th
day of Fehru-V. yATHKRMAN.
C4erk, circuit Court.
Dade county, ""f'da
By WM W stoCKI.no,
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
x ...,r..v nr 1al"lff
UII W. Flagler Street
Miami. Floima
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34218A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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
claim* and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have agalnat the
estate of I.FJA SARNOFF, deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
Hon. F'RANK B. DOWLLNO. County-
Judge of Dade Countv. anil file the
same In his offi,-,- in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication harenf.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and ..resented aa afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the ItM I'ri.hnte Act.
Hal.- rVhruarv U. A.D 1H.V..
ARTHI'll SA KNOPF
Aa Executor of the Last It III
and Testament of
I.F:a SARN'oF'F. Deceased
SEYMOUR CE1.BER
Attorney for Arthur Suanoff
S/4-1I-18-I* _________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25239
RE: F:STATE OF _^_
Jl'UA E KELLER, also knoarn as
JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER.
Ivcessed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
OISCHAROE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed mv fUial report and petition for
Final Discharge as Execiitor of the
estate of .H'LIA VvKFlV'/AHFTH
known as JI'I.IA ,Kk*J^SFnil
KELLER, deceased: and that on the
tlTt day of March l5S. i am.lv to
the Honorable W. F. BLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge a. Executor of
the Fitate of JJ LIA 1. KELLER^
also known as Jl LIA F.LliAHtTH
KELLER, deceased.
This 23rd dav of Februarv. 19a...
ELMER E KELLER
PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneya for Fixe, utor
AS KZU^m, Bldg.. Miami. FTa.
IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT
IN AND FOR D/toE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B
in R ESTATE i IP
JACI IB I. kAlXlMh'KY, also
known as JACOB RADOMSKY,
a k a JACK RADOMSKY,
a/k/a JACOB RODOMSKY,
I >. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Paraonj h.h
Ing claims oi Demands Ajjalnst Sad
Eatate: .
You, ami each of #.11 arc heCfb}
notified and required to t.resent any
claims and demands which >oo. 01
either of you. may -have against the
estate of JACOB li RADOMSKY, also
known as .lAcor. RADOMSKY. a/k/a
JACK RAla iMSKY .1. doceaaed late
of Dad*- coumy. Florida, to tin- Hon-
orable County Midges of Dade County,
and file the same in their offices III
the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight cnlendai
months from the date of the, first
publication hereof Said claims or de-
mands to contain the leyal addr, s- of
lhe claim.itil and to l.e sworn I<> and
presented :i| iiforfiSBiil. or same lil
be barred s.-.- sectiof* 733.16 of the
Act.
..iv: It A-.D. IJ85
BERT K. SHAPIRO.
As Ailinini-stiatoi CIA.
of the estate of
JACOB l. RAJX>M8KY
1.,-. sased
BERK'K. HHAI'IRo fc FRIED
Attorneys for Administrator. CTA
S/2T. 2't-l' IS
i:i:. I'rol.a'y A. 1
.Date' F-tbraav;
HER Pit;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176479
HOMER R. HAMILTON. ST.,
Plaintiff.
P. C. SCHAEDE, a/k/a
PAUL C. si.'ii.\i;i'i;
AND ALSO Al.l. I -NKNOWN-
PERSONS. HEIRS. DBV7REES.
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
UENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
OR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS,
CLAIMINti BY, THHOI'ilH,
inker or a'lainst any of
the above named
dependants ivii11 may be
dead and not known to
bf: df:ad or alivf:,
and also all unknown
persons, parties. claimants,
and dependants having
or claiming to have any
right, title or |ntf:rest
IN or TO THE PROPERTY
INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: P. C. SCHAEDE.
a/k/a PAUL C. BCHAEDB,
Address unknown:
AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PER-
SONS. HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRAN-
TEES, A88IQNEES, LIENOR8,
CREDITORS. TRUSTEES oft ANY
OTHER CLAIMANTS. t'UIMlM!
BY THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST ANY OF THE ABOVE
NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY
BE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO
BE df:ad OR ALIVE.
AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PER-
SON B, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS
AND DEFENDANTS HAVING oil
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE
OR INTEREST IN OR TO THE
PROPERTY INVOLVED IN Tills
CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DE-
SCRIBED:
YOU ARE HEREBY N0TIF*IF:D to
file with the Clerk of the above styled
Court at Miami, Dade County. Flor-
ida, on or before the 14th day of
March, IMS, your written pleadings to
an action to quiet and confirm title to.
and for removal of lien from the fol-
lowing described proiwrty. and other
r*Tra'ct 2.'- of FLORIDA FRUIT
LAND CO.'S subdivision. In Sec-
tion 23. Township 63 Soutb. Range
40 Eaut. containing 10 acres more
or less, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 2.
at Page 7 of the Public Records
of Dane County. Florida:
as above styled, and to serve a copy
thereof within the time set forth
above, upon S. Blalr Ross, Attorney
for Plaintiff, 1207 Blscayne Bldg.. Mi-
ami, Florida, in default of which a
Decree Pro Confesso may be enter.-.1
against you.
Dated at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this Xth day of February. A.D..
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
By JOAN COURNOYER,
Deputy Clerk
2/ll-la-2.-> 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRANADA BAR at 0RILL, at 22a
N.W. 5th St.. intends to raflater aald
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dado County. F'lorlda.
ELMO 11 MORALES, Owner-
KESSLER A- GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
i?sl' W. F'lagler
I ll-D-:'.-, 3/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unilei siKiied, desiring to eiiKam- in
business under the fictitious name of
ACKNER'H FURNITURE EX-
CHANGE, al ISM Northeaa] 2nd Ave-
nue, intends to register aald name will.
th. Clerk of the 1 Ireult court ol Dade
1 'oiini \, F'lorlda.
SIDNEY ACKNER, Hole Owner
DAVID DRUCKER
Atiotnc\ for shin. .. Ackner
701 Congress Building. Miami. Florida
.'. I"-.'.'. 3/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 176816
MOLLIE GINSBERG, Plaintiff
vs.
PHILIP GINSBERG, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To. PHILIP GINSBERl:
il'il' Pennsylvania Ay
Miami Beach. Florida
You arc herein notified that a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed Bgalnai you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
Hi. plaintiff's Attorney, I KEI'ERK'K
A REHN1CK, li::'.,i. Blwayne Mlvd .
North Miami Beach. Pla P. o Box
12X. and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of lite clerk of
in. Clrcull Court on or before the
nth day of March, l!.:,". If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of complaint.
This notice shall be publiahad .....
.-.oh week tor four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH Fl.oRH i| A N
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this ISth day of February,
A I .. II 5
1: B LEATHERMAN.
ci.rk. Circuit Court.
1 ..-pie County, Florida
By M. c. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal. Ilepu'.' Clerk
FREDERICK A RESNICK
Attorney for Plaintiff
16350 Blscayne Blvd..
North Miami Beach. I'la.
P O Box 12S
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PAGE 8 A -Jmistnorkaan UJA Opens Drive; Record SI 7,650 000 Continued from P*oe 1 A demonstration of support at a time when the United Jeui-h Appeal .• more thai &f ve* tcQa-i:f the continued sarng oftlivi*. the noroic -trer.gthening of the free people of Israel and the encourment of the free cau>e in manv .V. raham Harmar. bneTi Confieneral in New Y^rk and one of the new State'* top diplomats country, told the more than 600 campaign leader* who a>>tmI at the Saxony that I.-rael i* ounded by co untri es marked internal instability, in which entary institutions have military dictatorships • r efenerati-d into impotence." I" c ud, Israel has cessfully maintained its democ character and stability, and been developing tituupon the bai* of the rule of ce noted radio and r. persooaJit) who came here expressly to help the UJA -ch its campaign, declared in vein that it Ia privilege r.ey away when to D hope. -ave live-. lemocrae* and trengthen %  %  long-time friend and -r of the UJA, told the : %  • • : %  • the the in people are willing to iom rial nchewith the %  Mid the underpnvilegHe i. :• : B :not merelj a pattay, which we • a matter of -ee way of life, which ia inly : .ourselves but for all else who •" M I %  • ed it He urj %  ^port r.f the United .-h Appeal because the UJA for the dignity, the freedom the inviolability of mankind.'' conference here heard Satay night from UJA executive • chairman r r Joseph J. Sch•z that more than 70.000 Jewi .'.ir.i-ia L: eo had r< ir emigration to I litical uncertainties Korth Afn• "the r.rblem iknown • and thei • I it. It certain I D by anv instrumi I a prominent D Sunday's i Jack D : New V --. J %  • ; h H .-.an u I •• • I ~.a;rmen. JA campaign come* the 17th Monwide rt and will reach upwardof 2,000,000 cor.tnbutorin a total of • from coast-toPmim 'Queen' end 'Priaco' To be Chosen at Beth Sholom Posters, campaign speeches and "electioneering" are In progress at Beth Sholom religious school in preparalioa for election thiweek Coronation ceremonies are on, Monday evening. Student body of i the junior high school and their families will assemble for the traI Max Kaplan, Detroit philanthropist, reviews a list of dignitaries to be present at Yeshivah Torah Vodaath dinner tendered in his honor Sunday evening, March 6. at Victor hotel. Chairman of dinner is Samuel Re:nhard (right. local civic and religious leader. Leaders in Miami Chapter of ORT look on as Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro proclaims ORT Day here. Left to right are the Mesdames Harry Tischler, membership chairman; Margaret Newman Stearn, first vice president; Florence Kupperman, president; and Samuel Pollack, publicity chairman. TODAY. MAJCH 4 1 ^ ditional Megillah service ami 5 witness the exercises WlU Winners of the coveted ha. will reign over the Pur.m ••Fro,* and Dance" that Will foHbw service. Nominated for the h< are Beatrice Nadler, Manly. &? Hecht. Ronald Winger, S 3 Fox. Many Kellermann, Robert Brooks. Richard Barrie and } M Packar. CK earn lOlIIM diiidcnd dap! Save large or small sums non-speculative non-fluctuating, liberal earnings plus safety of principal insured to SI0,000 Accounts opened or tdded to by March 10th will earn ^% dividend from March 1st n IIIIIKll SttlMiS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I IN LINCOLN ROAD • 4S 41st STREET • 7474 COLLINS AVENUE Mrs. Lillian Burak wrote "Come Back Little Shikker." the musical comedy attraction at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Capacity audiences will view the play again on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Mar. 5 and 6. Beach Mayor Slates ORT Day Mar. 9 Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro thiweek signed a proclamation declaring Mar. 9 a* official ORT Da] The proclamation was signed to mark the organization's 75ih diai jubilee. miration for Rehabilitation Through Training today operates some 300 vocational training in.-tallations in 19 countries overseas, instruction to over 18.000 -tudents and helping them rehabilitate their lr. 1 The local chapter plana festival at the Empre-s hotel Tuesday evening. Mar. 8, to mark the occasion. Two Named to Teen Age Council of GMJCC Greater Miami Jewi.-h Community Center. Beach Branch, announces the election of Sam Berger and Bette Baron as co-chairmen of the teen age council The council, which is composed of representatives from each of the D age group* meeting at the Center, ithe body which plans and carrieout all joint teen age activiv The newly elected co-chairmen are active in their cluband (enter program*. Berger i> president of the Rebelclub, and Miss Baron is vice president of Sigma Lambda. Now in Our New Location Calvo Feed & Garden Supply 2485 W. Fiagler St. Phone 83-6051 •JPUIINA CMKKEUOAIO FEEDS • H Parino livestock and aaortrv Chaws art n. MknHHiKad ta "e Chrtkerfcaord Baa Ud Mjera^AiKed Ch.*, ore available W*H t yr Parma Dealer. Celebrate PURIM with us PARTAKE OF OUR FINE DELICACIES Butter Batter Bakers THE ONIY TRULY RELIGIOUSLY KOSHER BAKERY BUTTER BATTER BAKERS, the only religiousl in May of last year, has been welcomed by t BUTTER BATTER BAKERS is glad to be the fi answer questions put to it by a confused pub BUTTER BATTER BAKERS is asked about the regard to the laws of the Torah. It does not Butter Batter Bakers welcome competition It of producing better and finer products. But of the word kosher. y Kosher Bakery in Miami Beach, only an idea he community since its inception in June. rst religiously Kosher Bakery, and is ready to lie. Kosher signs appearing everywhere without protest the signs nor condemn the bakeries. only makes them more alert to the necessity it protests the ridiculous farce being made out ''^' > 'V^'~W*V^^/rf^V'^V^VX WHAT IS A KOSHER BAKERY? THE PUBLIC HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW I ih^m^oT^cSS55 iS f ]OS Z d S? ,h cf ^ bba,h The ob-mmc of the Sabbath is mor. ^ !" Z s< P !" £l^ !" h The ***">* h Nation of h. House of Israel REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY TO KEEP IT HOIY Sbl7 !" ar B eS It !" adh r%! th c <>Pl dirtary law. to th. let*r. No questionwith wrote imSpmJ ZJ%L ^ 2* tW com P^ely separate baking department separate complements of utens.ls-the one for dairy and Ibe other for parve. SJSJ^SJSS? al n e T Qin,ain8 aU of ,hese requirements. It challenges any ouier shop to prove that it meets the same requirements of religious kashroth. —w^ ^K^m^m^J!^" Governn 'rf Supervision Butter Batter Bakers 1143 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, F10RIDA ._, U M5



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PRGE4B THE wmuum m srmmrs MABCBFighters Come and Go-Not Ruby ilfeS •, MX WOLF "Seana.—ijjjj ffl^Ji X suamneV^Fnedauan Van" | ~^^^P %  OH THE Ui-llli Beeeauy | P J r-. > tr.-. =iz..* and wrote eaute iistiiBtrery ahoat draed forceere equipped with Br:' .• .-h weaponIf the Amencar. %  public m '. the 'hithen the British would be 7failure of 'he Demoforced out of a lucrative market the Senate to not onl> th .-.faience %  the rule, was wiM ( „ r he lechnician and zf pot writings from some gr and from some who ought i write at all. Included also .material U larly personal to the author i Lpainfully embarra.-uig ti reader in its nakedr.e* aad i fully unsuccessful ktteuat 'anonymity My own feelinghlj : such indulgence in the philosophy is best kept jdiseretioB, too. is part of Sentiment is not actast] stuff of philosophy h er,1 good to find a man wht has j 1 dared his way through ID i and healthful mode I life I tune to share his vie** win I younger and. in hieyes, len' 'The vigor of his appr jch. r case. speaks well f r him ever, it would be poor phik ing to assume that it wool fore speak well for • -her* AT THE HOMES Young Composer Acquires Reputation for UnexpecH ( .-.. %  issue in the 34th Congress was buried at the < • of the session when thsial bloc, over the lone protest of Sen Herbert Lehman, decided not to challenge the Southern UemocraU to a fight on the Senate !t on civil rights has been the same The Southern bloc has held firm to it* determination to filibuster any civil rights bill to death high time civil rightforce* face this fact and undertake the reappraisal—however agonizing — So long as the present rules that must flow from it Repeating prevail, no bill to combat racial ,he annual ritual of introducing discrimination or intergroup viomeasures that are buried in committee has become waste motion lence has even a remote change of tha( advances the cause of equality '-nactment unless it is watered not a step St: Htrktrl teftam lone vtJc By LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD — The brilliant New York compo-er. Leonard Ro-enman. has a reputation ng the unexpected At the : 16 he took hii.r-t piano Yet by the time he was 18" he was being acclaimed an accompli-hed pianist and at 20 he uawriting operarr'j-ician Ro-enman is breaking a major—and ii minor— precedent in Hollywood I -ually a composer does not write until the completed film Ignor• cu-tom. the voung com-tarted writing the music for r Bros" CinemaScope production. East of Eden ait was being filmed. The idea for scoring a picture during production rilrwctor Elia confesseKn-enman But it Is an idea which 1 enthusi a-tical!> endorse By watching the develop 1 believe I can compo-e a much more vibrant score I can see how Julie Harris, the -tar of the picture. %  interpreting her role and then I compose musk in that mood. Music mu-t enrich and permeate the story while at PM time remaining a subordinate theme to it By composing simultaneously with the filming. I can write musical passages, not merely harmonim sound effects." Besides spending -tveral each day as a spectator ni Rosenman often w.. ia cmu with Kazan Kazan :a maa' has definite viewpoints oa place and value of mu-ie in i pictures. He is a stieUll i ting exactly what he ana the picture he ir,-i< i wh f. called for the flavor and If of 1917. is not to be 1916 or | Rosenman s BUS gan accidental^ While ing at home from a boui flu. the youthful conn heard a Strav assk) cm] the radio Thi,r i:-ed in desire to learn to play '"* He has been happ> P U,UB *. keys through n. paces since. Rosenman. ih< MM of* chain owner, had hischoc terrupted by World War Ueven in the Arm) he conn. with his mu-u Ai the W Base be did the re for ,., to coast radio sh-.w He een_ posed a concerto for the while oversea* on Guam and pan. It was never PUW^ Rosenman regarded it • 'against insanity IP 0 charge, he enrolled at toe versify of California B* his diploma as a music nJ1B90. He has since vtW compositions.


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PAGE 10 A +JeistncrkMar FRIDAY, MARCH *: Nationally Known Lecturer to Appear At Women's Division Lunch Monday Mrs. Eleanor Abrams. nationally known lecturer, uliter and com%  tor on world affairwho has made extensive tourol Israel, will speak .it the Women's Division "Chai-PIus" luncheon Monday March 7, at tl i i< rs hotel. Mrs. Abrams, .i noted authority on forfign affairs and cntemporary social problem.-, I.i dislio commentator, lecturer, editor and publicist, WttOSC interprtations and forei earned her an enviable repul aone of Am inding %  en. She was educated in New York. Diversity and .it the Jewish Theol Seminary of America. Mrs. Abrams hagiven much attention to the pre-. and political problems affecting Jewish survival in Europe and resettlement of survivors in Israel. In this connection, she has travelled widely in the Uniti Canada to i tinued tmeriipporl ol the pioneer efforts that have converted !: %  productive and self-reliant homeland for oppressed Jews every here Mrs. tltmmtr Akrtmt Leff Will Head North Miami Beach 'C-Day' N rton Left'. 1681 ME 161st -t era named chairman of the Miami Beach Combined Jewish Appeal "Community Day'' Lettappointment was di-closed by communities chairman George Chertkof The one day door-to-door solicitation in North Miami Beach will take place on Sunday. Mar 6 At this time, a corps of volunteerwill endeavor to contact even Jewish family in the area to invite their participation in the major fund drive which supports 55 local, national and overseas Leff has named Irving Steinberg to assist him as \-.ce chairman. Leff is an active member of the MonticeUo Park Congregation and is prominently known for his many years of service with the Jewish War Veterans He is a member of North Miami Beach Post No 682 and in the past was Junior vice commander of Post No 302 in Mattapan. Mass He i< also a member of the JWV national Mogid Named to Head CJA Real Estate Division Harry I Mi mi Beach realtor, habeen named chairman of the combined Jewish Appeal Real Estate li\i-ion. Magid was active Wr nine yean in the annual fund dine The folfcwing Beach realtors were appointed to -erve on Magid's committee of volunteers Harry BoyeH. Arthur Baker George Bertman. Harold Segal. Donald Rubin. Goldman, Leo Li-en-tein. Joseph Epstein. Harry Sonz. George Cohen, Bert Games. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Allen Goldberg and Keith Pathman. convention corporation Paul Losner will head the Combined Jewish Appeal drive for the city of Homestead. He is vice president of the Homestead First National Bank and an officer in the Homestead Jewish Community Center. Combined Jewish Appeal "expansion committee," headed by Mrs. Milton Sirkin 'seated center! meets to outline plans for recruiting 2.500 v olunteer workers on "C-Day" Mar 27. Shown seated (left to right* are Mrs. Oscare Zeltzer. Mrs. Sirkin. Burnett Roth and Mrs. Milton Feller Standing are Oscar Zeltzer. Mis. Aaron Selis. Mrs. Max Frank. A. Budd Cutler, Seymour Gel ber. Mayshe Friedberg and Mrs. N. Spiegelman. Golf Tourney Set At Westview Club Fourteen of the nation's top pro golfers will participate in a "CJA Day"' tournament at We.-tview Country Ck'b on Sunday According to Otto Ponies, Westview members will vie for the chance to play in the finals with golfdom's greats as their partners. Feniawas responsible for scheduling the appearance of the celebrated group at Westview-. John Serbin is chairman of the tournament Scheduled to play are Sam Snead. Pete Burke. Emelio Mi artus, Stanley Home. Lloyd Wadkins. Lou Barbero. Tony Penna. Bob Tuhler. Clyde I'sina. Dub Pagan. Vic Bass. Lew Worsham. Jock Hutchison and Ansel Snow. Qualifying rounds have been played during the past week under supervision of Westview pro Ross Sobol and his committee. The Combined Jewish Appeal will award prizes to the winners, according to Serbin. Assisting Serbin with arrangements are Leo Ackerman. Allen H. Antdur. Otto Bresky. Adolph Bresler. Harry Kemstein. Otto Fen us. Gus Feuer. David Fleeman. Harold Fnedland. Sam Friedland. Al Goldbach. Irving Greenfield. Sam J. Heiman. Hal Hornstein. Aaron M. Kanner. Howell Kase. Sam Keywell. Nathan Lee. Stephen Leifert. Laurence Levenson. Dr Alfred Levin. Fred Lewis. Fred Lighte. Joseph Lipton Ben Markowitz. Baron de Hirsch Mever. Fred S Meyer Stanley C Myers. Clem Myerson. David Phillips. Dr Harold Rand. Sam Resnick. Morris Rosenberg. Miles Schlapik. Jr Ross Sobol. Henry Sprintz. Ber nard Sterling. S T Taylor. Herbert Tenenbom. Nathan L Traub BerMiami Beach Real Estate Division of the Combined Jews* Appeal gets under way. Shown accepting their guota of prospect-cards from chairman Harry I. Magid (right) an (seated) Harold Segal and (standing) Allen Goldberg. Arthur Baker and Harry Boyell. Sam Heiman Will Address Group Business, Professional Leaders Wearing Quota New Payroll Deduction Plan Increases CIA Giving Locally stores chaikin i, head of ,he Food Many thousands of Jewish men. peal and Related Service* Division of women and children around the world will for a unique plan set up bu-iness firm designed to giving to the Combined Jewish Ap-lhaiHtaaH %  the" WefaAIeTliJiloT r o( tb •* %  %  Store" Business and professional leadSam J. Heiman. campaign chairers of the Greater Miami commaman of the 1955 Combined Jewish nity active in the Combined Jewui Appeal, will be principal speaker Appeal Trades Division met at the at a meeting of the Miami Beach home of Mr and Mrs. Harry GOTApartment House Association on Monday evening. Mar. 7. 8:30 p.m., at the Masonic Temple. Heiman will describe the work nard Wagner. Bernard Wall Carl S*!* M ""''h %  "• weUare in. ..•'.,, stitutions included m the drive indicating how each agency affects the lives of Greater Miami resia n< Liquor Divisions, and pledges dents. are mounting steadily in the Retail As a special added attraction, a Merchants group headed by Artie music recital will be presented by Kravitz and Bill Weintraub Mrs. Aida Browndorff, Weinkle. Juuan Wrinkle. William Weintraub. Leonard Wien. Louis Winter and Al Wise. don. 2201 South Miami ave. Tuesday evening. The reports handed in indicate that the trades workers are nearing the half million mark on their way to the quota of $700,000. Increases were noted in the Food ; inJorra compmgn chairman Sam I. rleirnan of plan, to honor 5^ nn ^Gronger at"Ch


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PAGE 6A +Jmi&nor*M&L fWDAY, MAr^ I KitaBlumbergWill Wed Maurice Barg The Plaza hotel in New York cit.v will be the scene of Rita Diane E..iinber§'* Mar. 19 wedding to V; irice Barg Miss Blumber* is the daughter 0! Mrs. Freda Bhunberg. 680 South Shire dr.. Miami Beaeh. and New Ycrk City, and the late Irving Bl .mberg Mr Barg is the son of III and Mrs I-rael Barg. of Franklil N H. z The bride-elect attended the i ivenit] of Vermont and was graduated from the Itatecn V. -cor.-.r. After graduation she v. a.-, assistant editor on McFadden publications She Is the granddijghter of Mrs Ro-e Bloom. 900 S th Shore dr. Maurice graduated from Phillips E'veter Academy and graduated laude from Harvard I'niverHe received his degree from Harvard Graduate school of inesa administration. He ii-,ated with a drug firm in Mount Y< .-non. \ Y Pioneer Miamians Mark 50th Anniversary The 50th wedding anniversary of %  HMW^^^i Miss ff tlwmkerf The 50th wedding anniversar>' of Mr and Mrs Samuel J Spector. 1824 Bnckell ave.. Mumi. will be celebrated on Saturday evening. j March 5. in the Scheherazade room Jof the Algiers hotel The couple were married March 10. 1905 in Russia, came to the United States five yean later and settled in Boston. Man., where' Mr. Spector worked as a cabinet maker The pioneer Miamian-" trek Southward began in 1924. when he came here to inspect business posvibili*: ears later, together with their eieht children, the Specton arrived in Miami to e-tabli-ih their permanent home. The hurricane hit the family just three days later Mr Spector is today president of Spector & Sons. Miami building organization Known a~ "Mom and Pop" Spector. the couple have | been active for many years in religious and philanthropic endeavor They were among the original members of Beth David Synagogue, j All of Miami, their children, who will serve as hosts at the golden wedding ceremony Saturday, include Mr. and Mrs Irving Spector. the Lou Barons, the Julius Specters. Mr and Mrs. Leon Levitt. Mr Barnett Spector. the Louis Spectors. Mr and Mrs. George Burney and Mr. and Mrs. Elmor Spector. A second reception will honor the couple Sunday at their Brickell ave. home. Some 1.000 guests are expected to attend. Mr. ani Mrs. Samuel I. Specter Miss ffenofi Harris 'Miss Tempo' Will Be Named in June University of Miami beauty queen Renata Harris, who was recently chosen -.Miss Tempo." will -me a bride July 3. -he and Sgt. Stewart Stanley E om will be married in New -k City. MiM Harris the daughter of Mr. ;: Mrs. Jack Harris. 5880 SW 13th it. Sgt. Bloom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, ChestDUt HilL Mass. The bride-elect formerly lived in Long Beach. NY. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority i %  .1 is majoring in education at the L'M Her fiance attended the L'M and Northwestern University. He is -tationed at Fort Benning. Ga. Miss Konntt I. Kttler %  o niKT IK Students Plan June Wedding June will mean wedding bells for Ronnee Linda Kovler and Alan Kaplan The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Kovler. 14216 Alton rd and Max Kovler, Chicago. Mr. Kaplan is the son of the Murray Kaplans. 935 West 48th st. Miss Kovler graduate from Mi. ami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida. Mr. Kaplan graduated from Miami Beach High School and was a student at the University of Flor| ida, where he was president of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Grand Maoriv Concert Grand Maanv Purim concert will be held Sunday evening at Agudath l-.-ael Hebrew Institute. Cantor Fi hel Lutman will be featured on the program. I Dolores Taylor Picks Apr. ."> Wedding Rites Mr and Mrs. Louis Bossie. 1860 SW 3rd ave.. Miami, announced the engagement of her daughter. Dolores Taylor, at a party here. Miss Taylor's fiance is Hubert B Wei-man. Poughkeepsie. N.Y., son of the Samuel W. Weismans, 121 SW 53rd ct., Miami, and Poughkeepsie. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attended the University of Miami and was a student at the Gibson Girls' School of Modelling. She is a member of Emma Lazarus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women and is currently with the West Indies Fruit Com pany. Mr. Weisman received his degree from the school of commerce at Ohio State University, where he was elected to Mu Beta Chi honorary. A World War n veteran with overseas service, he is now connected with the Capitol Distributors Corporation in Hartsdale NY. Following an Apr. 5 wedding in Miami, the couple will live in Poughkeepsie. Abrams, AdJer To Live in Gables Mrs. Ida Abrams and Harry Adler were married Friday at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. Abrams is the daughter of Mrs. Paul Kutner. 2721 SW 14th st. Mr. Adler is a former Oceanside. L.I.. NY., resident who now makes his home in Miami. After a wedding trip to South America, the couple will reside in Coral Gables. Mrs. Ma Akrmmt % % i ; MU Mht Arltm, Stohl Stohl, Mates Betrothal Told Arlene Stohl and Alvin M plan a December wedding. Arlene is the daughter of*, and Mrs. Louis Stohl, 1976 SW ill ct. Alvin is the son of Mr. and m\ \ David Blumenthal of 105 S Short | dr., Miami Beach. Tht bride-elect was born ill Brooklyn, N.Y., and is a gnitm of Miami Senior High School. Sh! is now a senior student at Jacksa Memorial Hospital school of mj ing. Alvin was a radar in>tructor i the Air Force, and is now attena> I ing the University of Mumi Call RITA H. BUKSTEL for Cmpltt, Hl ll Kw ; W44I*. 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PAGE 2 A +.leMincridtor!_ = ggA^MARCH4 800 See Dedication Of Academy Scroll SMH 800 persons, friend-and t ,lrnifer< ot Samuel Ritter, local hotel owner, attended dedication • cerernnnir** of a Scfcr Torah he gave Sunday to the Hebrew Academy. Principal speaker was Rabbi Irving I.rhrman. of Temple Emanu-El. who described Ritter as ""a pioneer builder of Miami Beach in both physical and cultural value.-.'" The Scmll was presented in memory of his wife. Rose, a vice president of the Academy and prominent communal morker. Accepting the Scroll on behalf of the Hebrew Academy wa> B I. Binder, president The Scroll preJ seated," Binder declared, will be | studied diligently by the 250 boys and girls of the Hebrew Academy and will not be tucked awav in the Arc'' Toastmaster for the evening was Shepard Broad. Taking part in the musical program were Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, and Cantor Philip Brummer, of Temple Emanu-El. JWV Auxiliary to Elect nan Bruce Brown Auxiliary. jcwi>h War Veterans, will elect officer* on \\ cdnesday evening. Mar". 9. at the Republican Club. 1947 West Flagler St. Helimarts to be Feted Luncheon honoring Mr and Mrs Samuel Helfman will be held by Congregation Beth Tfilah Sisterhood on Sunday afternoon, Mar. 13. at the Strath Haven hotel, according to Mrs. Rachel Katz. pre-, ident. The Helfmans leave for Israel on Mar. 26. IF YOU SUFFER "Mums fl.f RELIEF • with Tlie way thousands oF physicians and dktatlstl recomMM'SWHr .Anoc.n.,l,k.. prescription. That ;,. Anocn coMoaii, jukt on* but o combinoiict ot pro.ed ocl! m Q id.n.i No ,m e ,. uct givei fatter, long., .| 0 „ 3 „| ,, ( r| pain of heodocke, nevritrt, %  than Anocin Tablet*. Buy Anoc.iSi Contestants for the annual Purim Queen contest pose in anticipation of the teenage carnival to be conducted Saturday evening. Mar. 5, at the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. One of these girls will be selected as Purim Queen. First row (left to right) are Sharon Goldstein, Barbara Cohen, Sandy Thierman and Marsha Horowitz. Second row are Carlye Lee Gordon. Rose Benson. Rosalie Schwartzman and Sheila^Wyle. Third row are Ruth Gratz, Renee Malko, Toby FishmatWad Ina Schwartz'. I Greeting were extended on behalf of City Council by Harufo-f'p||fjr tl_ i^ lVJti%/al ^j Community Center, announced Turk. Other speakers on the pro-1 *" % %  TrK^MlTllVOI Sam g^ger an( j Bette Baron, coLiram were Rabbi Jonah Caplan T"Q PfVs? Qr&IJPPn l!chairman of the teen age council, and Abraham Finestone. of Knes| ** r %  .N"*"*" I Council, composed of represeneth Israel Congregation. Purim cartiirt! will be held Sat". '-'lives of the 14 groups, is sponFeatured on the program was the urday evening. Mar 5. at the Beach ,rin 2 tne annual event. 60-voice choir of the Academy, unBranch. Greater Miami Jewish der the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. musical director. Detroiters Purchase $261,500 In Israel Bonds Agudath Israel Sisterhood Marks Purim Celebration DETROIT—More than 350 Detroit Jews attended Detroit Israel Highlight of the carnival will be the crowning of Queen Esther to be selected from 13 candidates. Proceeds of the Carnival will go to the camper's assi.->tance fund. A prize will be awarded to the booth best carrying out the Purim theifie. Clubs participating in the carniMiami NEW HOME Wholesale NEW Corporation y I o c A T ; o i 120-6 N.E. 9th Street We Carry a Complete Line of Linens for HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon SHeett Blankets — Towels — ltd Pads — Pillow Coses Spreads — Dish Towels — Plastic foods — tie. Fairy Air Conditioned PHONE 3-8737 Ample Portias NEVER OPEN ON SATURDAYS ALWAYS ON SUNDAYS 'GSUkw Sisterhood ot Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute held a Purim party on Thursday. Chairman was Mrs. Roslyn Sei-Jval area 'Emaiion-. knights. Shaydel. assisted by Mrs. Gus.-ie Philim. Satans. Rebels. Mu Sig. AmiBond Dinner Tuesday which resultlips and Mrs. Sarah Tunick. Boatens, Chancellor-. Sigma Tau Sigma ed in sale of S261.300 in Israel esses were Mesdainea Bobbie KrutLambda Sigma. Keystones LAigBonds. chik. Frances Lilian. Lena Siegel. Ion. A. B L.. Sabers'. Capacity audience was -tirred by Lei.sel Guttman, Ethel Ever and addresses by Sen. Wayne Horse, ol : Sylvia Katz. I Oregon, and Robert Abrahami. I Assisting on the program as manager of Yuval Gad Pipe Facmembers of th( cnojr were tne lory in Israel. Leaders here who' Mesdames Esther Lerman, Betty -poke at the fir.



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%  IfltlDAY^ARCH^ +Je*istn*rlr1b%w, PAGE 11 A > fv" W. i ncr-Knhn Mrs. Leonard levensfein Grandfather (lives Miss Aaronson Away Mi-. Elaine Aaronson and Leonard Levenstein were united in marJiage on Feb. 20 at the Algiers hold Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of femple Emanu-El, officiated. Given in marriage by her grandlather. If. C. Harry Kurtz, of Washington, DC. the bride wore a balerina-length gown of white lace |nd tulle. The bride is the daughter of In Ann Aaronson, 535 16th st., diami Beach. Mr. Levenstein is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Levenliein. 2882 S\V Itiih st.. Miami. MrLevenstein's maid of honor ^as her sister. Miss Beverly Aarnson. Miss Judith Levenstein was |ridesmaid. bet man was the iroom's father. The cosple will live at Ft. Bragg. p.C, where Mr. Levenstein is a Lieutenant in the Army. Community to Fete Writer Iser Tolush A literary and musical evening in honor of well known writer Iser Tolush will be held Sunday ( ning, Mar. fl, 8 p.m.. at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Tolush, who has resided at Miami Beach for the last 12 years, is the author of a great many articles and essays. He has also published five books translated into numerous languages, including the novaJ, "New Bethlehem," in an English edition. Tolush's most recent work is "Yiddish* Shreiber." Committee in charge of the affair is headed by Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. veteran literary and drama critic, who will also deliver an evaluation of Tolush's works. Serving with Dr. Mukdoni on the committee are Joseph Bimbaum. PeaTl Davidov, Moishe Friedberg, j Joseph Goldberg, Louis Gross. Sophie Gutman, Tzipore Levin, Mrs. Lederman and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rovinsky. Participating will be famous poet I. J. Schwartz, Dr. Isaac Unterman, Joseph Duntov and Berel Morrison. Concert will be presented by Louis Gross, Yiddish commentator. Also taking part in the program will be Ahrele Weingarten, the New York radio performer Mollie Kaplan, alto of Temple Emanu-El, Marsha, actress of the New York Art Theatre Henrietta Schnitzer and composer, pianist and musical director of Temple Emanu-El. Joseph Schreibman. Joseph Bimbaum and Louis Gross will act as narrators. 30 to Take Part in Play Specially prepared Purim play hill be presented by the students bf the West Miami Jewish Center religious schools on Sunday morning. Some 30 children will take part, under the direction of Bernard Jalfe and Jerome Taft. hrim fete Sunday Sunday. Mar. 6, the Israelite Penter religious school will have a Purim ceh In%  lion. Students of the chool under the direction of the faculty will present a special Purim program and play at 10 a.m. The I'.T.A W ||| sponsor the traditional I'urim refreshments. Wicer Nominations Held Detroil Social club met Thursday evening at the Ritz Plaza ho['•!• Nomii stion of officers was neld. proceeds for Religious School I Pwim carnival will be a fund ••"sing project of the Coral Gables K<'*ish Center on Sunday morning. proceeds are for the religious UOIRIY LADY SEEKS HOUSEKEEPER Id'ri,. j'l '' 1 ^ "' a, • '••"•• AhlV *• l7ld? r L ab ifCq Mr ro "' 711. • hmn 1 0 •"•• *" m MIDDIEAGEO LADY WSHES POSITION AS COMPANION L^L"""""' hMMketptag with l-^T mih >* %  •"07. e*WWV. r"~-'W •*• Position Wanted as •^sekeeper-Companlon Purim Party Sunday Tifereth Israel Northside Center will hold a Purim party on Sunday evening at .6500 North Miami ave. ******* Mn. W.l.*., • &f Mm Obituaries DAVID SCHNEIDER M, i.f :17m Collins ave., Miami I F. 6. 14, Beat )i Memoi lal. MRS. SYLVIA HANNA BURGER IN, ol I.'." Ucai la ave Coi i I I died h.-i. 2:!. sh'came her i" y< sat %  ago from \ll.;in\. S V.. and was a member of Temple larael Synagogue Surviving are her huaband, l.ouis. three aona, Kanford Jay, Aivln l and Barton Hath, and her mother, u.nle lladm r. all of Miami, and nK-ludliiK Mrs. Melba Kleenberg and Miaa Minn Badner. ol Miami. Services were held at the Miami chapel <>f the Gordon l >ral gome, wkh burial In Mt. Nebo i erneHAROLD M. HA88 71, of 4">7i> Alton nl.. Miami in. to Miami 10 yearn ago from Cincinnati, died Feb. %  H"as A former partner In tile II. Unas and goni Co. of Cincinnati, a ladlee garment firm. Surviving are a brother. Clarence, and a slater. Mrs i ar.dvn Lehman, both of Miami lieu. Ii >'" Iocs were held In Riverside HUM Beach Chapel. ABRAHAM QOLDWATER 76. of isoo Peansylvanfc ave. \i ami Beach. Feb. 0. Riverside Miami lieaeh Chapel. HARRY JAFFE 75. of J6.-. 13th St.. Miami Reach, died at home Feb. 24. He was retired from the plumbing business anil eam< hen || years .urn from -New .\ or i He is mirvivcd by his wife. robj. "J Miami Beach, and a son. Bernard oj New rorfc llt.v S.LVI;.." %  *-', ''.^l at lllver-l.le Miami Beach < hapel, with burial In Brooklyn. MARY COLMAN .'•0, of 6221 Leonardo at., t'wrn.1 Gables, passed awav Feb. :'l In a local hospital Survive*! b\ Her hiiabahd. Al. and one daughter, Mrs. Florence Feldman. Remm ent to New rra City for services and Interment b> Miami Riverside. Betty Jean Durbin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Durbin, 4365 North Bay rd., will become Bas Mitzvah on Saturday, Mar. 5. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Betty, a student in Beth Sholom religious school, is an eighth grade pupil at Nautilus Junior High School. 'Woman Receives Pioneer Citation A 'Kanot Builder" certificate was presented to Mrs. Anna Frey by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Pioneer Women's 15th annual donor luncheon Sunday at the DiLido hotel. Mrs. Frey made a personal donation of $500 in memory of her husband, Noah, for the new agricultural school on the road to the Negev in Israel. She will visit "Kanot" during her tour of Israel next month. Together with Mrs. Anna Bild and Mrs. Rose Marks, who also will travel to Israel in March, Mrs. Frey will be honored by the Golda Myerson Club at its Purim party on Tuesday evening, Mar. 8, at the Beth El auditorium.' These Golda Myerson Club members will join with Club I members, Mr. and LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29126-B RE: ESTATE Of Ml IRRJH I 'l.i TSI 'H, Decei %  I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE M p TII i: ihei i >>' %  I tiled MIX final repurl Final Wi-charge I H state ol MORRIS DEl'TBCH, I; and that on the 15th da) ol March, IS i, I ill apply to the li norable I RANK B. I iw UN' %  %  Judffe <'f Dade County, Florldi %  final repoi i a: f ii.,i dl as Admlnlsti atrl the Batata ol MORRIH DEUT8CH, 16th May of %  '• bruary. TEENIE I'l''' "I %  .-". %  1 1 II \ i:i i!.l> si M.i i.Mi IN Attomei for Administratrix 3/4-11-16 Mrs. Rosetl is Host To Hadassah Group; Mrs. Samuel Rosen, of 3526 Alton rd., will be hostess at a tea oh the afternoon of Mar. 10 at her home to honor all members of the Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah. Invitation to the function is one or more filled eye banks which help to alleviate diseases of the eye in Israel. Mrs. Philip Rudine. togethe. with eye bank chairman, Mrs. Al bert Grayson, have planned tho afternoon of music and entertainment. Mrs. Spero Fetes Ncwlywed Sister Mrs. Ralph Spero, of 4335 Royal Palm ave., will entertain friends at a luncheon at the Algiers hotel on Saturday afternoon, Mar. 12 Guest of honor will be her new sister-in-law, Mrs. Leonard. Stein, nee Sue Berkowitz, of Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Among the invited guests are the Mesdames Harold Turk, Leon J. Ell, Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin, Kenneth Oka, Alexander Kogan. Charles Silvers, John Serbin, Max Weitz and Leon Kronish. Out-of-town guests, in addition to the guest of honor, will be Mrs. Philip Krimko. of New York City, and jlrs. Lena Schreibstein, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stein are spending the winter season here at the Driftwood in Bay Harbor Island. Mrf. Anno Frey Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mr. and MrLouis Beckerman, Mrs. Sonia Goldberg and Mrs. Samuel Liff. in viewing firsthand the buildings, schools and nurseries the American Pioneer Women support in Israel. Mrs. Abe Seltzer is chairman for the Purim party. Miss Francos Packer will sing Yiddish melodies. and Benjamin Noten, violinist, with Miss Olga Bibor Stern at the piano, will offer both Yiddish and Hebraic folk music. Highlight of the March meeting of the Kadimah Chapter will be a talk by Alexander Kimler. PhD. on public health. Dr. Kimler, in charge of bacteriology at Jackson Memorial Hospital laboratory, lectures at the University of Miami medical school and the Davis Institute of Technology. Mrs. Cele Segal, president, announces that the 1955-6 nominating committee will be appointed at this meeting, March. 10, Thursday evening, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Abe Steinberg will celebrate her wedding anniversary by serving as hostess for Kadimah Chapters monthly dessert-card party at her home. 590 SW 49th ave.. on Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 16. Her daughter, Mrs. Max Fishman, will assist. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 177159 MAROARET ERANCI8, Plaintiff,"* vs. K.\ BIA.N i:. I'll VN' 1 "IH, I lefeni SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I A I'.l AN i: FRANCIS 111 w ML' Street New York City, New v Yon. 1 AI'.IAN i: I IIANI'IS. hereby notified that .1 Bill "f Complain! f"i Qlvori %  has been fli" 0 nsl you, and >ou are 1 • quired t" serve -t eopj "f your Answer "i Pli Ins to the I'll! of Complaint on the plaintiff %  Attorney, AH run: 1 'A \ IS, 746 He} i-'! II, 1955. if you fall i" 'I Judgment hi defauU iii be taken against you r.,i the relief demanded In the BUI "f < 'omuls Int. This notice shall be published om • Rch week for four ronsecul 1" wi MI THE JEWISH Fl. 1 HUMAN DONE AN'li ORDERED at Mia Florida, tin" lod day of March, A 1'. K 1! WEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida WM W STOCKING, iCIrcnll Court 81 Deputy 1 AKTllil: H DAVIS Attorns >• fo 1 't.' Intlff J is Si 1 bold Bldg., Miami. Fta. I I %  1 18-' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN the undersigned, desiring to engag h Kim under the fictitious nami MIAMI I.IN' IERIE •'! %  at Ul N B si Intends to reglsti aid 1 r 11 inty, 1 l"i nl I. II.I.IAN S'l'l'l HERM VN r isis Atto ; 110! Congri as I tide. : I I • %  :'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni IT ICE IS HER] H\ HVEN tlial the undi ralgned, • BgS' Ituslness under the fictitious nai f \l ITFAIR BEAl'TY S.M.' iN, al s \\ -Till Ave., Miami Fla., intends ti. reglstei s.inl name with th< ..r the iri mi 1 '"in I % %  : 1 '.i'l' '""ii' • MII I'1:KH I:. CASCADOES (Sola 1 Iwnei 1 HENRY M. r.MN A ti"i nei for Appllcanl tils \\' Flagler HI Mian :: 4-11-iv-L'.-, TIBO PERL to. of 8027 s\V Tth si. passed awaj .,1 hospital. Survived bj his wife, Valerie, one brother. Eraerlch, and'two sisters, Edith vvald,,,1:111 ..mi Aranja UiatlR Services A. j.. held at Miami Rivet side Interment .•m M' Blnal Cemeti MORRIS LAZARUS ;." %  of 2101 s\v iiih si.. Saturdaj Ion's Miami Chapel; burial ,n Mi. Nebo C emeti ROXE 2UCKER 19, of 120 s\v iMh ter., luissed aw.i\ Feb. :'t in a local hospital, survived by her husband, Max, one •i.iughtei. Maiaye Plain, fourth brothers and one sister Remains were sent to New Y..1I; for aervlceg and Interinent by Miami Riverside. MRS. SADIE COHEN 78 of 416.. Alton rd., Miami Beach, %  mr here nine years ago from Detroit, died Feb. -•" %  Bhe leaves a %  on, Jim, Miami Beach: three daughters. MiRose i..i'w. Miami Beach, and MiMan Saluei an.l Mis. Anita Ueberman, both "f Detroit. Burial took place In Detroil with Rlveislde Memorial I'haiiel. -Miami Beach, in charge locally. ABRAHAM ULINOFF s. of 83", SW 2nd ave.. pi Keb 2 at his resideiice Survived by his son. Edward, and "O. daughter. Mr. Mildred lMS*r. r. The,„I,,I. llerman in a laboratory supply coiuoanj al Miami Beach. He opened hi. wife Perl: a son. Peter, and a diught-r. Jane, all of Miami Beach: his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meujchmari. New York: a sister and four brothers Services were held In m\ Hskle Memorial Chapel. Miami Beach. JACOB EPSTEIN 74. of 710 I' ff< rson av Mia n Ft b, 24, Bt ti ii Memorial, JULIUS HOWARD ,;. ..I 7331 HI ii'. Miami 1 ii. 5; Beach Memorial. MORRIS BERMAN 71. of 2927 VI Itl i.Mi 11111 sat'n da] i.e." ii Memorial. SAMUEL MERLIN 72, of 149 Jefferson a %  Miami Beach. R l isaj Sunday. Servlcea were Ids Memorial Chapel Miami Beach, with burial In Mt. Sinai > He bad been n hVre for l"' yean and was • %  < etlred tailor Surviving are his wife, Dora a daughter, Mrs Helen Purits, Miami Beach; t" sons, Dr Mint la H. Miami Beai h, and Abraham <;.. Ne* York, and -i\ grandchildren. RABBI MOSES SAPIR ;. of 9o Jefferson ave Miami B ai h, lent her.I? years, died Sunoas Surviving are bis wife, l' Jack, and a daughter. Mrs. Anna Sales, both of New York. Services were held In the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial In Ml Sinai 1 Vim • MAX BAER 77,. of 17"ii; I'ollins ave.. Miami Beach, a winter trlaltor from Brookllne, passed away Tuesday; Beach Memorial. HYMAN NATHAN STEINBERG !•'.. of 4141 Nautilus dr.. Miami Beach. Sunday: Gordon. Miami Beach. MRS. BESSIE WEITZMAN 78. who came to Miami Beach' 10 years ago from Boston, died M mr WEINKI.E .<: %  KESSf.ER attorneys f"r Applicant • Id HI. in :: 4-11-18 25 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl • he ut ed, dealt Ins to 1 ngaga .u business under the fictitious name of BKRNIE SAFI RR RESTAl'RANT. at nurabei 1110 N E. 2nd Ave in 1 inn. Florida. Int %  ndi to reg later the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACK .111.1. CATERERS, INC .1 Kb.1 nia Corporation, Side <•: l 4-I1-1S-2J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170328 MARGARET F. BTB43ER, Plaintiff, \ s. MICHAEL .1. STEGER Defendant. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MICH MM. .1. STEGER, rtant 4'i\ 1: Delevan Avenue Buffal". N. a York YOU Wll.l. PLEASE TAKK NOTICE that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are rcmilred to scr\e a OOpy of your Answer or Pleading to the I'.lll of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney. 1. R. MAYERS. 1102-04 C"iiBuildlng. Miami. Ilorida. and file the original Answer 01 Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the <: cull Court 011 or before the tth 6 or April, ii'-.i. if voti fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken mains! vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice sh.MI be published M each we.-k for four consecutive • In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, this 2nd dav of March. A IV 19."-.".. E. H. LEATHERMAN, I'lerk. Circuit Court. Iade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN, iSKAU Depatycierlar 1 R. MAYERS Attorney for Plaintiff 1102-04 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Florida 3/4-11-18-25



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iliBxwi^ltUEIIiDjpidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY bLUM E 29—Number 9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS DISCUSSION Id Sabotage Indemnity iw in Bonn ,.jTA) — Parliamentary of Chancellor Konrad jer's Christian Democratic fcn'l of the Social Democratic %  on joined last weekend on i I the Bundestag in a worded condemnation of fvalent "cold sabotage" of lification for individual vicNazism through court decifcf lee ting unmistakable anti[heated discussion erupted 111nfirs! reading of a Sopnncratir amendment lo the Indemnification Law, %  -,ireferred to the BundesP indemnification commitamendmeot proposed the I" uo >l payments under the Advanced the target date kpletion of the program by p$. %  government bench, as has le case in most similar inwa empty during the delis time because it conflicta Cabinet meeting. But a \i\ Democratic deputy from hiade it clear that Chancelmauer was in foil agree|ith the sentiments of the hanl hoos were heard from %  l the chamber when Dr. ndt, ;i Social Democrat, I number of excerpts llicial opinions and verdicts [down by German judges in I lion eases. Professor chmid. a leading Social lit. demanded impeachment %  tidies concerned. Irndi quoted, for instance, }i reached by the Mannstrict Court last November Intinued on Page 3 A Sharp Fighting Erupts in Near East as Israel Expresses Concern for Surprise Turkish Understanding With Iraq Pro-Government Newspaper Declares Pact Will Increase Need for Defense Miami Combined Jewish Appeal leaders Carl Weinkle (center) and David Phillips meet for golf with famed radio, television and motion picture star Jack Benny. Mr. Benny was here last weekend to help the United Jewish Appeal kickoff its 1955 campaign for $100,000,000. Appeal Opens 1955 National Drive With $17,650,000 Record Pledge Counted at Miami Beach Kickoff JERUSALEM (JTA) — Serious concern over the effects on Israel of the Iraqi-Turkish treaty for mutual defense—which was ratified last weekend by the parliaments of both countries and stability in the Middle East The spokesman also emphasized the fact that "the treaty lacks a clause which customarily appears in all mutual treaties, whereby was ex-1 both parlies undertake to refrain pressed here irf Israel Government • from the use or threat of the use of circles. It was noted tfrit the pact force in their international relaconfirms the negative attitude of tions and to settle all disputes with Ifte Arab countries toward Israel. j other states by peaceful mean;" A spokesman lor the Foreign This clause is "conspicuously abOffice here drew attention to the sent" from the treaty, the Israel fact that the treaty contains a official pointed out. An all-time record for support of a philanthropic cause was set here last weekend as the United Jewish Appeal got its 1955 nationwide campaign under way with $17,650,000 in individual contributions. The campaign opening came at the close of a three-day national inaugural conference in the Saxony hotel. Angeles Survey Reveals Serious :nminatory Practices in Job Field INTIC CITY (JTA)—A stuv>available in the Los Anprea during a two-week (ast month revealed that 17 of these job openings disced against Jews, it was rehere at the two-day national. ni"n conference of the Jew% nr Committee. The survey fevealed this bias was carby the metropolitan offices pepartment of Employment [Angeles and covered 5,335 tilings. |1<>Angeles survey, whose results were mirrored in the Maryland State Em|i't service and in the Chicaturned up the fact that >f all managerial and lional openings were chspory, with over half of them against Jews. Three-quarall clerical jobs carried disWory specifications and of (ully 27 percent were anti1 hicago area, it was reMartin Gerbor. director l">n i) of the United Auto I'S WEEK'S ISSUE ION mm Religious Directory Wort* Society Waihinjtoa |MM Workers-CIO, the Bureau of Jewish Employment Problems—set up by the JLC together with the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress and Bnai B'rith—had found that 1,000 of 3,700 national business companies placed job orders which discriminated against Jews. The survey was based on job orders placed with employment agencies in 1953 and 1054. "Over 200 firms which have prime or sub-contracts with the government were found among the 1,000 discriminatory firms listed, despite the fact that both prime contractors and sub-contractors are obligated by President Executive Order to observe merit practices as essential condition of their government contracts," Mr. Gerber .told the 250 Jewish labor leaders at the parley. "It is estimated that Jews represent 16 percent of registrants at the employment agencies, but less than 11 percent of all their referrals, andonly six percent Of all placements." George F. Ueany. president of the America* Federation of Labor and scheduled to head the projected merged labor movement with 15,000.000 affiliated members. told the parley that the labor movement would not tolerate racial or religious discrimination. The record breaking proceed represents ififts pledged here and is the result of a strenuous pre-campaign solicitation of larger contributions that has been carried on since the first of the year. William Rosenwald. of New York, general chairman of the U JA, hailed this outpouring of gifts as "a dramatic and unprecedented response to human needs." He pointed out at the same time that the $17,650,000 in gifts tops a more than $14,000,000 campaign-opening proceed of two years ago and that contributors this year "acted almost to a man in giving more than they did in 1953 and 1954." Morris W. Berinstein, of Syracuse. N.Y., a national campaign chairman, who presided at part of Sunday's session, termed the driveopening proceed "a remarkable Continued on Pap* I A pledge directed against Israel. Un-BU LLET IN GAZA, Egyptian Sector (AJP) —United Nations truce commission headquarters here were stoned late Tuesday by violent mobs of Arabs, who smashedwindows and tore clown Ihe IN flag in four hours of rioting touched off by a bloody border clash between Egyptian and Israeli troops. The battle occurred on the heels of a border clash Monday night, the aftermath of which was a report by Arab headquarters that 38 Egyptians were dead and 33 wounded. Israel Army spokesmen charged that Egyptian marauders had crossed the border and were chased back behind their lines. der this pledge, both Iraq and Turkey have obligated themselves "to take measures guaranteeing enforcement of the United Nations resolutions on the Palestine question." The Arab countries have charged Israel with ignoring the UN resolution on the internationalization of Jerusalem. "This hostile intent towards Israel, which forms an integral part of the Iraqi-Turkish pact," the Is rael spokesman said, "is a patent statement that the new treaty is liable to encourage Arab belligerent tendencies in their relations with Israel, to foment aggressive ambitions and to undermine peace The pro-government Davar declared that the signing of the IraqiTurkish pact requires greater preparedness on Israel's part and increased efforts to offset dangers developing from this new development in the Middle East. The editorial insisted that Turkish identification with the official Arab attitude—both on the United Nations part it inn plan for Palestine and on recognizing the existence of a state of war between the Arab Etatea ind brae] -' puts Israel-Tur|kish relations to a severe test, to our regret." The Jerusalem Post, independent and only English-language newspaper in Israel, commented ; that Israel, owing to its situation in the middle of the Arab world, could not view this development with "philosophical detachment." HAIFA 6AZA BATTLE ZONE REPORTER SUBMITS QUESTION TO EISENHOWER President Urged to Act in Ladejinsky Case WASHINGTON (JTA)—Clark B. Mollenhoff, correspondent for the Des Moines Register and Tribune, who was asked this week by President Eisenhower to submit evidence of "wrongdoing" by the executive department in the smearing of Wolf Ladejinsky as a security risk by the Agriculture Depart ment said that he submitted the question to the President because the President has previously avoided comment on loyalty excesses by members of the legislative department but took responsibility for persons in his own executive department. Mollenhoff has not yet received an answer to the letter he was asked by the President to send following a sharp exchange at a White House press conference this week. The exchange occurred when Mollenhoff, who revealed the Agriculture Departments endorsement of an Anti-Semitic letter against Ladejinsky several weeks ago. asked the President for comment on the application of false subversive labels on individuals by the executive department. The President answered that he could not reply to such a hypothetical question, but that he would give his opinion "when you bring me facts such as you now allege." When Mollenhoff then asked if the President's reply were an invitation, the President replied that if he submitted such facts they would "get the finest kind of consideration." Mollenhoff. in his letter to President Eisenhower, said: "As long as the Department of Agriculture refuses to admit a mistake, or substantiate its charge, Wolf Ladejinskymust wear a label stating that he is a member of subversive organizations. High officials of other departments of government have stated privately that they are powerless to move in correcting this situation as long as Secretary Benson remains fixed in his views. It is for thi -. reason that I posed the question at the press conference. The question wa.s stated in a general way because of your past indications that you do not like to comment on specific cases He asked the President: "What is the general policy of the White House with regard to correcting mistakes if it becomes clear that an executive agency was making charges against an individual that were not substantiated?"



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,) FASE 5 B +j m i*fk****l RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY motrrtctLLO **m* •ariamO vM Tntar terrxet 5 30 w*i 03 pa. \m • •a* :ttm • Jewish Coaccar of Cam* tat mm u ri m *r* at • at. Oat* as TaV start ill precede the w roal at -tmt Tntax m Java* life' TV ItHi wall caastart a etas* st Mk a* 4 3 pat. MM rili l Ml tu a mg the • | MM V --i, *".•-.-* M BCTH DAVfD SYNACOCUf %  %  gtis pmwe* fsaaat %  % BETH WMMrt Owl *f Why GTNOJTo Meet M Ro f tafay Un m § Miami ITiiaatn I t'nrt of United Cerebral Palsy Asaaaatsoa. will meet Monday evening. March. 7. at the clinic. 1612 SW 1st ft Readme for acceptance for the roast rf^*"" "d by-lesrs handed dosrn to the jroop by the United j Cerebral Paky Association of Flor ida wiD take place ==s=Sa a oo the resuhs of the ^ ,*** Cerebral I^Te,,^ 1 ^ kAAAAA^l KINO'S SHOE REBUILDERS • Wc hawt Aeale Strap* • IN Make SKaa Backs TFfLAH COOaCCEGAs hoM Friday i iff -SMeaaaj • pas. -. %  < ;• i*/,i;. atua preaen ea anf the tapsr; -Oar Ea a ai at M <* the Wei iofloved by tana. Mjaeba u at 430 pat. f*isernces are %  ~ ~-*- • -i %  .-.: V~ .-----. %  fly tr jta e are at 7.30 at &f he aaoncag as* as the eteaaag. CORAi. GA&.E3 -E SCEN7 .TEB • TEJAPLE ISRAEL '•f Miaati wH •-1 e=asjj settlee* at arficle on : >. : -.< BETH EKIETM COGEGAT>ON .%  %  ;* | — m -• .-' — '?, -" • -. • %  A***.;, rortaoa of the Law ZAMORA JEWISH CEMTEI %  ... i'jt aad preach oa the Meaner— ; :* %  %  •*• aafat %m am g a r sa w f : the aMektpvMa Lab M* # H 3e the sab> m of a sermon by Rabbi Joseph Xarot Caator Jacob Boraatein will reader the musical portsoos of the liturgy Reception and duenwion period ... loawa AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBtEW INSTITUTE !d Friday <% %  •: p mag lemtei at 6 Saturday mornWoatai iag ferncet are at Rabbi Isaac ----%  %  %  -%  % %  %  %  ?>-rl :r re Mine%  foDowed by f the S*Shalot Seudo? Max Gotauna will he host Rabbi Erer wiU preach oa the v rtioa. Maanv t aat la d ti the Sabbath obaerrance Da;r semees are at t and Megiliah anii t*. mr. 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Leo Heim officiating and di>cussing the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 530 p.m.. followed by Shalom Seudos and Maanv Reading of the Megillah will take place Monday evening at fil kW F0R EVERY PURPOSE VJ U M J J sToti noon pun aad WMBMW CUSS fwraiturt Teas, KtvM Mimrt aad ftlihrtrimm Omt SaeciaiTy I& la. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-2721 Morris Orfia PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. BETH EL CONGP.EGATION wifl Fridaf evening service* at 6 p m p m Saturday %  '-n ices __ > %  H a %  wnb Rabbi ShmarTEMPLE EMANU-fL will hold mgWhen Fnda > o*enia| tenricci at 5 and *rrful Prophy8:3 pm Rann J Irving Lehrman rfei ,:. pread n| Caator Ffafael Lutman will *'" dlf Men r the naaoeal portionof the Loncl >' — A Comment on Happibabbat will < %  am. will • < Bar y Peto Cantor AJben the • duled a-. of Heai : |BM •' liturgy Junior are at 10 %  %  *•" f;,ri '" r Philip Brummer will a m Claai in Sanhednr, will be at render lhe musical portions of the 4 19 pm I), ion of the Zohard lltur 8>' Saturday morning services -ouled bj the Rabbi at 5 are at 9 a m w,,n Rabbl Lehrman dl>cu^^lng the Weekly Portion Me MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND ,llah ,, wii ^ **" d M **l evening CONGREGATION Will hold Friday %  .L a M ? a Da ng services at 6 arid 8 15 pel o 15 p.m. Daily services are in the in the morning and Mn Robert Schweitz. prenV • of Sisterhood, will diacu Of England and Cjueen HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS I 'her Saturday morning servJEW| SH CENTER will hold Friday • ill hold renlng icrvic : at 8:3fl WItn Rabbl Simon evening fervteej at 815 p.m. SabTEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood • I 30 p n ib .< '• of the termoa ibbi David Shapiro i Etet Ml !>• -or. of the Runm I if Jo epfa Malek will render ih'rou ical portions of the liturgyRev Morde n, n ^ the liturgy Saturday let of 8 U pm with Rabbi Bean "" ,rr,,n 8 -services are at 845 SerOfcoliea dl cusaing: 'The Meaning m "" *'" "* based on the Weekly of Punm Cantor Maurice Neil '" ri ,n Furim services are Monwill reader tho musical portions of la> even ">8 at 7 p.m., with Cantor lhe liturgy, with the choir under M *"*M Klein officiating, irre dirertion of Lucille Mrxjre av I Muting. Norman, son of Mr. and A "L DIRECTORY—2 MM. Joseph Langel, will baoaflM DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will April discussing: Leadership is batb F rum w '" be commenced, not Dictatorship Cantor Berele dedicated to the theme: "One NaKclemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Megillah will be read Monday evening at 7 p m. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening MIAMtt ONE AM* owr JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LAIC! STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DCUVEIY SEsrVNfC TNE JfWrS* COataVMNOT SINCE 1*24 fic/vshre Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS tion Under God Saturdayservices are at 10 a.m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MKNI6AN AVENUE, MIAMI IEACH Phase 5 350S 3277 70 S.W. Orb STRUT PHONE &f hold Friday evening services at 6 | p m. Saturday morning services ON it 8:30 am, with Rabbi Ariel Becker officiating and preaching | on: "Prospects and Retrospects." ('lass in Talmud will precede services at 8. Class in Bible will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Reading of the Megillah is slated for Monday evening. 7:30 p.m • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evenings services at 5:30 p %  late services are at held at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha 1:30, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman an J Shalos Seudos. Megillah will officiating and discussing: "Mem"* read Monday evening at 7. bership III '• < ongregation." fen| %  |r Ohoif Will 0 I I Oneg Shabbat ISRAELITE CENTER will hold will M praamtad in honor of Mr Friday evening services at 5:45 and arid Mrs. Irving Kroen. Saturday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky morning terviei Bra at 9 a.m., will preach on the topic: 'Our With Rabbi Waxman officiating Children." Cantor Samuel Salkow Mincha i of 4 •') p.m followed by t will render the musical portions Bei'ido and o discourse on of the liturgy. PTA will ipoDaor (hfl Weekly Portion. (the Oneg Shabbat following. Sat ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? 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LmA Y_MARCH 4. 1955_ Rallies Will Hear Noted Educator; Expansion Committee' in Early Plans -JmlsJincrkMa, \n PAGE 5 A Dr Louis IKaplan, nationally D *„ educator and author, will Jl,,. return trip to Miami, by 0 „ular request, to address twq P "ficant Combined Jewish Apeal ralli, s „ Announcement of Dr. Kaplans Liking engagements was disclosearly < hi weck by chalrman g m J. Heiman. nr Kaplan will address a C[,'..•• workers' rally on Tuesday venmt'. Mar. 5, at Temple Beth tholom <'n the following night. Kaplan is scheduled to speak belare a mass workers' rally at 5e th David Congregation. rallies are the first official mts scheduled by the Combined Li4i Appeal "C-Day" committees Miami md Miami Beach for the hurpose "l recruiting "C-Day" volunteerin the mammoth door-toloor drive now officially scheduled Sunday. Mar. 27. On Friday. Mar. 18, all synalogucs have announced a Federals Sabbath dedicating the eveling to an all-out effort for enlling "C-Day" volunteers. The immunity's top personalities in he fields of philanthropy, welfare, •ligion and government will oclupv the pulpit and bring to each Wregation the story of the Cornlined Jewish Appeal—the all-em%  wing community effort which vital causes, minarj plans include action im i up msion committee, head1,1 by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. This Coup, In addition to -ecuring some 1.000 volunteers lor "C-Day." has Wanned a -cries of 35 CJA house lartieon Wednesday. Mar. 23. Workers 'ill receive their final Btructions for (-Way." "We an inviting the entire JewMi community to attend the im%  tant -piritual meetings at Ternit. Abraham F/neston* ineseth Israel larks Progress Kneseth Israel and its Sisterhood pii\ h(,id a joint celebration, markUS the : ift h anniversary of the exIttance of the congregation, with banquet on Tuesday evening, Ur, ti, in the social hall of the >' This banquet coincides with the rea-t of I'urim which is observed fn that day. The year 1955 will spell out Way achievements for Kneseth toil Congregation," Rabbi Jonah ('ap)an. spiritual leader, said. Inner the leadership of Abraham nnestone, president, and Mrs. dances Ullian, president of the fjwernood, the synagogue was repacorated, stained-glass windows I, re "-'ailed, new carpets were IMM ari


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55 Ig^MARCHj^l^ +Jen1rt fa/fan PAGE 7 A and the Olymppe Theatre as starriage to Jerry Blank, son of the vocalist. Jmm 4*ir, before her marI Sam Blanks here. Finishing pin-ups are being performed here f staged in the ballroom of.the Fontainebleau by I girls" (seated) are Mrs. Abraham Kaufman. M Leading roles will be played by Mrs. Jerry B Raymond E. Feiner as the King and Mrs. Ben Louis Pollack and Mrs. H. B. Forrest (center) al Irving Lehrman. The Sisterhood's Mar. 5 Pur raise funds for Temple Emanu-El's religious sc or Saturday night's big Purim musitale and ball the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. "Chorus rs. Sherman R. Kaplan and Mrs. Saul Genet. lank (second from left) as Queen Esther. Mrs. Kline as Mordecai (both at right), with Mia, so in the chorus. Directing the cast of 30 is Mrs. im fete marks its annual large-scale project to hool. Complete Selection of Men's and Womtn's Apparel Fashions and Accessories Boys' and Girls' Wear Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics MORRIS BROTHERS PHONE 82 4641 % 70 E. FIAGLER i i [Cast of Thirty to be Featured at Purim Ball Slated by Temple Emanu-El Group A rollicking cast of 30. featuring Mrs. Jerry Blank as Queen Esther and Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner as the biblical King wooed by her charms will parade the lighthearted Purim musicale Saturday night. Mar. 5. at the Fontainebleau hotel, sponsored by the Sisterhood pf Miami Beach's Temple EmanuThe rriginal script is in patter Bnd parody, directed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman Piano accompanist is Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan. Other lead roles are Mordecai, dictates" for the king's favor are the Mesdames Murry Koretzky. Joseph Kanter. Ira C. Walsey, Ben Greene, Joseph Abelow and Norman M. Ciller. The Messenger is Mrs. Jacob A. Classman. In the Guards are Mrs. Allen Goldberg. Mrs. Eli Schler and Mrs. Irving R. Applebaum. "Children" are Mrs. Raphael K. Yunes, Mrs. Harry Greer and Mrs. Arthur D. Ross. r I Witty parodies are to the tune of "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More," "Man on the Flying Trapeze," "Button Up Your Overcoat." "Night and Day" and other hit songs. By a coincidence, Mrs. Jerry Blank will be singing in the Sisterhood's musicale the same two songs, "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy" and "I'm in the Mood for Love" that were her hit repertoire when she played Copa City Chorus girls are the Mesdames Saul Genet, Abraham Kaufman. H. B. Forrest, Sherman R. Kaplan. Louis Pollack, Irwin Rubin, Donlaved by Mrs Ben Kline; Hainan,. ald A Kaplan, Sftymour Btibin and Arthur A Applebaum; the Robert Schatiberg. scribe, Mrs. Alfred Stone; and Vashti, Mrs. Alexander S. Gordon. "Maidens" are Mrs. Jack S. Mint|zer and Mrs. Stanley Raskin. "CanGENE TROOP PHOTOGRAPHER AT MOLDAN STUDIO MAKES YOU HAPPY with his pleasing candid Portraits ol your wedding. Candid Albums *£ $50 Stereo 3-D *£* $60 < 'olor Bndal newspaper glouiei are alwayi included al no tra cost. Please bring l r* *** Your special free Bridal Gin. 4 416th St., Miami Beach PH. JE 8 3378 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.E. 5th St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERC. Owner m WE SPECIALIZE IN THOSE HARD TO CLEAN ITEMS {{ Sura IS, KNITTB-WIAI, COCKTAIL GOWNS ami FOtMALS ( EXCEL CLEANERS \\ EXCEL CLEANERS ( )) 7 34 S.W. 22nd Ave. Dial 486698 { <* Don't ira% your ueif t ell aver Omit County-set everything far T far* at \" i TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's famous Indian Village and Zoo PHONE 64-4579 FOB RESIDENT PASS, FREE I 8 } b MtA31i CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. Ufa Ae. LEO ALIEN, Director Pfc. 2S437 and •-02JS Smtcialiiino In Care fa the [Uerly and Chronically III 24-Hof Nurimo Service Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms C.t Lula Jones "••tn f* M fjee^,., • CtnetM • Nwre l „ !" **• •* STH1T I • Himi 2-5384 EM <'ATAON AT ITS HEST DAY and MIAMI B 1204 WEST AVENUE RESIDENT Approved by United TELEPHONE JE 8-3271 KMOIMAITEN THRU COLLEGE PREP State* Attorney General & H2SE& fit SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re*. U.S. pat H. MIAMI MIAMI REACH -' ft. UODERRALE WIST PALM REACH COWIONS ^t^1)(L^lM(j r SANDALS IN NEW W-I-D-E WIDTHS Above: White linen with rnul'i applique. AA to EE. I8 ,s Left: 8lue ihentuna with multi applique. AA to EE. 18" Mall Orders Invited %  tttfci OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS IS



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PAGE 4 A +Jmlstnt***M FRIDAY. M ARCH, %  1. Published every Friday sines 1K7 by th Jawlah Floridian at 130 N. E Sixth Stract. Miami 11, Florida. Entered ai itcond elm matter July 4. 1*30, at the'Poet Office -61 Miami, Fla.. under the Act of Match 1. 117*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member e-f the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National EditOial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor wJewist Meridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 During The Week., .A. i $• • ii The Jewish Floridian doea not gu ruth ol the mer ( He said that he knew and shook hands with every servant anund dinner table, and I was inclined to believe that the California Cong man is a more integral part of the Presidential Mansion than Mr I hower can ever hope to be. This is not meant by way of criticism. I am simply following ; in the road of history, which put FDR in the White House from* until his death in 1945— a period*of time marked by sweeping readjn ment in the classical relationships between government and the stj government and industry and government and the individual face of insistent socio-economic demands—and which saw Rep. R ( velt at his father's side more and more often toward the end of i critical war years. It has been said of James Roosevelt that hi* powas all by way of announcing tha* written a letter to the State Department two weeks ago asking Seen John Foster Dulles for clarification of U.S. foreign policy in the! East particularly as it applies to the arming of Arab League Ii isignificant that the answer to the California Congressman'; in did not come from Mr. Dulles, himself, but rather from an a*si secretary' As may. of course, be expected, the State Department i repeated a by now wearisome formula: We are sending arm Arab leaders because they must be given the wherewithal to order among their people. ACCORDING TO Rep. Roosevelt, this kind of diplomacy i-' est on its face." He told the Combined Jewish Appeal firoup t are actually being used to crush the defenders of Israel because I the high standard of living in the Jewish State are spreading like I fire to scorch the sensibilities of the entire Near East—an area in I abject poverty reaches the lowest possible depths—and that l\S. mission to Arab intimidation is tantamount to rejecting our ments made there when we originally supported Palestine pin The intimidation to which Roosevelt referred is an aspect of wfc The Community and a Successful Campaign called "a vicious, highly organized, well financed campaign' launched in America to seek our government's help in destroying tall LOTS OF "HAMANS" STILL LEFT NCCJ Honors a Community Leader It was with justifiable pride that the Greater Miami Jewish Community witnessed the national award to Sam Blank made by the National Conference of Christians and Jews during the third annual brotherhood dinner sponsored here by NCCJ's Florida division. Blank was cited for his outstanding service. to the Conference as a member of the executive committee of the national board for the past three years. The award was also made to the Jewish community leader in recoanition of his humanitarian and soirited leadership in the religious, educational, civic, philanthropic and economic areas of Greater Miami. Blank is no stranaer to communal activity, both in the many Jewish and general organizations that devote their eneraies to the betterment of peoole everywhere. The National Conference of Christians and Jews has honored a man whose service emphasizes the ideal of brotherhood. Combined Jewish Appeal workers meet Friday morning at the Algiers hotel to consider the progress made to date during the 1955 campaign. •< %  One thing with which volunteer workers will attempt to cope is the midet w a means of employing the many valuable resources in educaUon. well as in civic areas, that may be applicable to U.S. defenses TM it is taking now. on which gun-rattling becomes an expedient i ( infraction of civil liberties, one could only agree, leads toward tascL To me. this sounded like the old voice of his father, nen '^3 in years and strength, he led this nation from the pit of its ** despair. For me. Franklin Roosevelt is yet a dilemma -the brf oi his statesmanship at home, the frequent ambivalences a* S^ n Cie .l n c his d *nK" with foreign nations. Somehow It strange that Sunday to hear called a greet name resurrected. %  hr ??* veH "Pressed himself in this unsolicited observation. H near history rewound.



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LmA Y.MARCH4.19SS *Jmt*>mr*m*n PAGE 9B Layer Books in Braillo \jo be Distributed tor Blihi 1 T he initial copy of the first JewI h Dra vcr book ever published in fobrew and English Braille was U*ntcd in New York Thursday f j, r David M. Katz. blind New York psychiatrist whose concern fcnr the spiritual needs of the Jew|"h blind inspired it, at the national headquarters of the Jewish Braille Institute of America. i participating in the new project thus launched for the-distribution tf full sets of Jewish-Hebrew-Eng|j,h braille prayer books were Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish renter Mrs. Louis Cohen, president 25 North Shore dr.: and West Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood, ur> D. Dresner, president, 5760 |\V 10th st. Both women's organizations are flcal affiliates of the National Women's Sisterhood League. Publication of the books, which frill be available in sets of eleven lolumes including the Sabbath, festival and High Holy Day liturgy, las been made possible through funds contributed by the affiliated Sisterhoods of the National WornIns League of the United Synagogue of America, the women's Irm of Conservative Judaism. Full lets of this religious work will be presented to each Jewish blind pern requesting them from the Injtitute as a uift of the League, the Estitute and the individual donors. iew Addition to Yeshiva Hakes Scholarship Proviso Another addition to Yeshiva Unilersity is the Stern College for Vomen opened last year for the Br-t time, according to Dr. Samuel Welkin, president ol Yeshiva, who as been visiting Miami. A total ot over a million dollars k-orth of free scholarships arc (warded each year to deserving Itudents who might not have a nance for college training. Beause of the Orthodox nature of he university, many of these stuentmust be provided with room nd board in addition to tuition, |r. Belkm said. "All of these hings are made possible through he generosity of friends and suporters of Yeshiva who are located over the nation." At the Miami Beach meetings, Dr. Belkin had the opportunity If personally reporting on the relent progress of Yeshiva to many \( its friends here for winter vacations With Dr. Belkin at this time Is Max J. F.tra, chairman of the ^Diversity's board of trustees and well-known New York manufacturer. BUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE p*Drt $ nmo HV/ISH TRADE look '•' ">e 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charges •iM Sundays Phono 83-0249 REGULAR HOME SERVICE btSX.'" v ,lt ,0 vour h n, r *"• •"•f and more economical way MYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD DrVl a „' 0 .l ,t %  *•" Guarantee on ywood or Subterranean Termit tea TRULY NOLEN. MIAMI B41 Biecayno Blvd. 826441 "'AMI BEA.OH 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 THE TERCENTENARY STORY CepyrUtaC ISM, toy American Jewlan Proaa 21. Lincoln's Jewish Frit* *Js Text by DANlct ELAZAR \ Jllustrotlons by MAURICE del BOO. <3| A3*APA*t UNCOtN AND TpE "£B£ sooo rmmjpm PP/OP ro TME our axe AX. op THE BETWEEN TME STATESPOUMO MOST OP UOMAB' ArV/V — SOVTHEKN PAKTJSANS. AND MANY OP TMS MENFOLK jfij TM£ COM FMMRATM AXMY/ WHEN JONAS' SON MAS CAPTVBEP VY ON/ON POKces AM 'AiPP/SONEP, Mrs PATPEP, As ME iAY DY/NtT, MAPE A LAST peipvESr ib MMVM! TME Dv/N6%lAii'SMSHUme CONVEYED TO L/NCOLN, H/PO QUICKLY SPAfJTep •JONAS'BOY THE PEQU/PED L/SSRTY, SON KILLED IN WAR Of LIBERATION Locker in Miami to Stimulate Tourism to State of Israel Chaim Locker was recently in the Greater Miami area to stimulate tourism to Israel. Connected with the Atlantic-Pacific Travel Co., Inc., he will be in the United States until May. A tall, broad-shouldered man, Locker is no stranger to Israel. He immigrated to what was then Palestine from Poland in 1930. In the ganized clubs to assist needy persons and became an energetic leader in "Achva," an agency which encouraged immigration to Palestine. When partition came and seven Arab nations invaded a two-dayold State of Israel, Locker was in Latin America, assigned on important missions there. "It was while in Cuba." Ix>eker explained, "that I heard of the death of my 24-year old son on the battlefield. It was May, 1948, and my heart seemed vacant for a moment in the final hour of Jewish fulfillment." His son had been a medical student at the American University in Beirut and was being processed for his final year of research at Columbia University in New York City But the youth refused, deciding to stay in Israel to fight. Locker subsequently sought membership in Haganah to replace his son. He was eventually accepted and engaged in many highly secret missions. He now resides with his wife in Nathanya. The couple have two daughters—one married to an attorney and the other living with her husband in a kibbutz. "My principal purpose in Miami," Locker explained, "has been in connection with the good will tour of Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro to Israel in April." Far away from home, he nonetheless has many friends in the United States. He is a member of the board of the Zionist Organization of Pittsburg, Pa., and is honorary secretary of the tourist department of the ZOA. Here since November, he is again en route to New York, Pittsburg, Washington and other Southern cities. And the Jewish National Fund has not forgotten him. He has been by now twice inscribed in the JNF Golden Book in Jerusalem. Hiliel Alumni to Meet Sunday Greater Miami Hiliel Alumni Association announces its first general meeting on Sunday evening, Mar. 6, at Hiliel House on the University of Miami campus. Proceeds for Center Building Annual Purim bazaar and carnival will be held at the West Miami Jewish Center on Saturday night and Sunday. Proceeds will be for the furnishing of the new educational building The affair is sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Center. Mrs. Max Rubin is president, and Mrs. Harold Saxe is chairman of the bazaar. Chaim locker land of his birth, ne had been an ardent Zionist organizer, with affiliation in the movement reaching as far back as 1912. "I was also active as head of a Zionist youth organization in Vienna," he explained. But when he finally got to Israel, Locker threw himself with zest into the idea of the establishment of a Jewish state Almost from the beginning, he orMIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Harding Avo. Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. 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)A y MABCH_!J955_ *JewUt nnrlrilnr. PAGE 5EUn Not Most Important Tradition In Calendar But Highlights Freedom Continutd from Paflt 1 B _. h law makes it an obliga1 m eat drink and be merry on tin, Drinking on Purim is enKed because, according to the Kan Aruch," the whole mirh l aoccasioned through wine; Eh" lost her crown because of Ke feast and Esther put in her Ed Hainan met his downfall at 'wine banquet arranged by Est, which gives Jews good reason Lnie themselves on Purim. PeLrlv "on Purim a person should nk until he knows not the dif. nC e between Cursed be Haand 'Blessed be Mordecai.-" •Miseries, In k famowt gloas.„ tfie Shulchan Ante*, indicates the authorities of Jewish law lot insist that one get drunk as |he kjng of fhe Ama ekjtes that, but to drink more than I'S normal capacity so that he fall asleep and, because he is nbering. nol know the differbetween Cursed be Haman" |d "Blessed be Mordecai." Of it |g immaterial whether |drink> a little or a lot, as-long thoughts are directed to is even more peculiar is some rabbinic authorities say if a man injures his neighbor result of too much Purim he is free from paying damThis attitude of the Jewish which is usually very strict in lers of our actions towards our iw men and to God is anomaHowever, there is excellent on for this. Purim for centuries I been utilized to express the j-up feelings of the Jews in ghettos of Europe. Throughout Iyear the life of the Jew was bus and free from lighthearted tents. There was a constant tring and persecution, worries [other difficulties of being a prity people. Purim gave the la short period of escape, one (in the year when he felt free llow himself the luxury of infng in the lighter aspects of hile Jewish law forbids a man ear a woman's garment or for en to attire themselves in r ing customarily worn by men, law was relaxed on Purim i a carnival -pirit overtook the %  o. Carnivals, masquarades (general merriment and revelave become the mood of the ISibbath of Remembranca fe Sabbath preceding Purim is n in the Synagogue as "Shablachor" or the Sabbath of Remittance." On that day the Mafreadim; consists of Deuterojy 25, 17-19. recalling that IsIwai commanded to utterly deAmalek The Haftorah of the I is chapter 15 in Samuel I in fch is told the story of King I's expedition against the Amales. he Amalekites were, a barbarpeoplc who attacked the Isles during their journey from pt to the Promised Land. It [ an open war on Israel but carout in the form of a sneak from the rear resulting in | massacre of women and chilThe famed verse, "RememlAmalek." inspired famous declions of the future. "RememIhe Alamo." ••Remember the "e." and "Remember Pearl T," all recalling -dastardly aton Americans, were inspirpy the verses in Deuteronomy P' the Amalekites. fig Saul was commanded by I Prophet Samuel to lead an exJition against the Amalekites. f went to war against Amalek defeated Israel's former desert attacker. However, he did not fulfill the command to utterly destroy them. It was Saul's failure to destroy Amalek which made possible the future Haman. According to the Targum Sheni. a notable Aramaic Midrash on the Book of Esther, Haman's ancestor is indicated to be Agag. king of the Amalekites, and the genealogy of Mordecai is traced to Kish, father of King Saul. It is then obvious that both Haman and Mordecai were of royal descent and because of their ancestors' animosity for one another, they were natural enemies. Haman's insistence that Mordecai bow down to hire may have been prompted by his arrogant feeling that he was descended from Mordecai's refusal to kneel before Haman may also be based on his demand that as an heir of royal blood he need not do so. Perhaps, some enterprising writer on genealogies may be able to prove that Hitler was not only the spiritual scion of Haman, but actually a blood descendant. Incidentally, it is interesting to note that tradition claims that Rabbi Samuel bar Shilath, a highly esteemed teacher of the third century, was a descendant of Haman. Reading the Megillah, the Scroll of Esther, is, according to Jewish law, the obligation of all: men, women, proselytes and even children. Maimonides states that the study of Torah may be interrupted in order to listen to the reading of the Megillah. He emphasizes that "there is nothing for which the reading of the Scroll should be postponed except the duty of burying the dead, if there is no one to bury him. For he who chances upon a dead person should bury him first and then read." (Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Megillah, 1, 1.) It is a custom not to read the Megillah like a rolled scroll, as in the case of the Torah reading. Rather, the reader unfolds the entire parchment and then folds the several folios like a letter. This is done to recall the letters mentioned in the Scroll of Esther. First, there were the epistles sent by Haman to all parts of the Persian kingdom calling for the destruction of the Jews. Later, the pronouncement was rescinded in the special proclamation sent out from the capital, this time Esther associating herself with it and confirming it. Spirit of Purim Levity The spirit of Purim levity is even extended to the period during the reading of the Megillah. It is the custom to utilize noisemakers and shouting down the name of Haman. The practice of using noisemakers in the Synagogue during the reading of the Megillah goes back to the Middle Ages but custom insists that the reader halt his reading until the noise has subsided. Various methods of reviling Haman's name have been invented by the youthful listeners to the Megillah. The most common, of course, is the use of the "gragger," a noisemaker. Another method is to write out Haman's name with chalk on the floor. Each time the name of the arch enemy of the Jews is mentioned by the Megillah reader, one stamps his feet and by so doing eventually erases Haman's name. Purim has been the symbol of the many Hamans who destroy the Jewish people. There have been countless Purims in the intriguing history of Israel. Yet, the Jews have always seen poetic justice J^fhe battle which ensued, he done from the time of Pharaoh, ,. iji :{; .[) • ji HI Candle-Light Inn 3131 C0MM0OME PIAIA, COCONUT 6I0VI n ,r m n a m t0 2 p m Youp Hoit ,_ 8idn y Jacob.. Mm Leiteon p 'h-tt Party Rooms far Bang"" Kiaa *•* CeckteHi Se 'ving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNER FROM $1.95 ^! Y OF PARKING SPACE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 1-2194 y? ^ t i" yi Hf m even until Hitler. Haman was hanged above the pomp of Shushan, above the heads of Jews in humble gratitude. Pharaoh, Torquemada, Chmilnitzki and Hitler are mere names in the history books. And Haman is only the sport of little Jewish boys cracking their rattles in the Synagogue on Purim night. Art Students in Three Counties Exhibit at Burdines More than 200 pieces of art, the work of students in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, went on exhibition in Burdines Miami Auditorium Tuesday morning, and will remain open to the public through Saturday, Mar. 5, at Burdine's tri county art exhibit. The exhibit, organized by the Dade County Art Teachers' Asso" %  %  il\. I .: Special Attention to All Social Functions ciation and sponsored by Burdine's, I includes paintings in oils and water colors, sculptures, wood carvings, ceramics and mobiles. ; ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI SEACH Air Conditioned Centrally Heated DlHary tows strictly observed HOTEL POOL CABANAS I Where Superlative Rasher Dinners are served amidst a distinctive atmosphere af chorm and culture I Far Reservations Phone UN 64831 "... .11 "Iltl:!lu I !. i /Siviiv*^ Coffee Shop MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BtAUTIfUl DINING ROOM and BIRD THE FABtllOUS ONE PRICE DINNEB ALL MIAMI BEACH IS TALKING ABOUT Serving frem 5 .w. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formerly LaRua) 1111 Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Just East af Alton Road Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 Member Diners' Club Compare tw Compare nt Ut ttt' Guaranteed KosherRabbi Jacob Cohen HAVING A PART,; m u,-,VF JH£ FOOD 'Sim!-ROSEDALE 9 7996 FRff DfLIVfpv KCOWPUTE CATWIWC service 170 N.W. 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UPA VJ^ARCH 4, 1955 LEGAL N0TIC1 +Jewlsli Fkrkttan PAGE 11 B --rTTfuNOER FICTITIOUS NOli tc NAME LAW V1 r is HEREBt OIVKN that L N Aderals-ned, dealriiii to cn B ao In lb*,' JSBlr th. fictitious name of %  -'vVv" HTl'DIO. at M lth '"' Miami Reach, intends to reuls,',,,,. with th.Clara ..f the ." %  '/,,,• |)ade County, Florida. Hrcnll """ Kt'OENE TROOP fS ri APPUowi il-ll-l 11 --' -TTTT^E UNDER FICTITIOUS N0T NAME LAW %  voTlfK l> HEREBY OIVKN that I, „,i-ii.-'i, I. deatrtai to cna-age In I ". ,„„!,, the flPtltloui name of M|{K liENERAL IK .SIMTAI. at E5• V VMII Sir. .1. Miami. Florida. if: ,„i.'h. i.-i.-i-T ald name iti the RJrt of th "ircull COM* of Dada I \'VI:K HosriTAi.. INC binie I '*! not P ;„",.,. fm Kdajewater HoKpiUL Inc *'.,'; in,, In ItOBd, Miami Bench. F'ln R-Il-lf _^_^^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW )T |, i IS HEREBY GIVEN that I .,i. desirliurto engage In %  the fictitious name of %  SERVICE, at S17I N •/. -,i \,,. Intendx to register Mid the Clerk of the Clrcull t.,,,11 ni Mae. lountj. Florida. f'"" LOUIS WETTKR li;i:\l\\ BRBTAN I \pplirant ft' FlM si Sl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JJOTUK IS HEREBY OIVBN that „. unrterafgrii d, desiring to engage in 1 undt-i il>-flctltloua najne of 1ARIII fArK'l KRIA, at Dade County. k, Intenda to reglater said naitw klili the Clerk of the Circuit Court iiHilti 'ounty, Florida • UIU.1NKH CAFETERIA, INC. llCHARU • Ml K"l-F I tor Applicants ••In Rd. [jg :: i -1|. I s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF RoRIDA IN AND FOR DADE lOUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 176867 iRi B SVI.\I:STKK. I'lalntlff. \ -. IITn I SYX-VESTER. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE In: VITA .I SYLVESTER n l^all I'Klia %  ;•: Hudson Boulevard %  \ \e\v .lersev \ IT' • %  SYLVESTER, are nullfied that a Hill of Comg.tjM for Divorce has been filed *..ii ar,' required to a iopj "f your Answer or Pleadhf In Hi. Bill of Complaint on the •Attorney, NORMAN R. |YONS. H10-912 Olympla Itulldlnir, Mlinil file, the oilcinal : I in the office of %  i 'in-ini Curt on or MOT* 'h* Nth daj of March. 1*16. I you fall lo do so. Judgment hy deanit will li.taken against you for e( liou-audi'd III the Hill of nmalaM. J' I Thli ii<>':.-. >liall be published ortV' fi four consecutive week* THK JKWISII I'MimDIAN [DONE \\h ORDERED at Miami. 'In.. _1M day of February, I n I.KATHERMAN, flerk, i 'Ireult Court. I inde Countv. Florida Bv JOAN COCRNOYKl'.. nirt Heali l-fc-puty Clerk lORMAN l: LYONS Jti foi Plaintiff I Building, Miami If, Fla. I : l-ll-l\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 17O2 WIVES'IA RRIFPIN HALF. Plaintiff, lEOROE MATTHEW HALE. JB., ...^ Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T" fJKORnE \I\TTHFW HALF.. JR. .li, (i,nStreet, ., Waki I on t, N..i ib c.irollna i"ii ar. hereby nullfied that a Com[• %  %  lot hivoire ha* been filed I'-MIIIM you, and you are required to |' M ;t eo|iv of your Answer on the l i.'iniift nttorney, Robert II. TTaur. K, kMiuire, 1031 ilul'oni Hiiilding. Ml"". FTorids u,A fn.. the orlirlnal !"" in the office or the Clerk of Ine i iniui Ctiurt on or before the lfinv-rif ln dav of Miirrli. !!•:.:•. otherF w the slleKniioni In said Complaint r %  %  % %  'akt-n as confessed by you. i'iTi -i I r V. v ',' rn yourself rdingly. "A n.D P; broare %  >!. IHS E. B. LKATHERMAN. i l.-.-k „f n„. cire. %  !• Court ,. Bv WM W STOCKING ; -_ li'l-l I -1 S NOTIC ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K IS HEREBY GIVEN that •i-lKned. desiring to engage in < iinder the flrtltious name of \h w IM"'W CLEANING. -'"Hi St.. Miami Rearh. Fla.. to regisier aald name with the f the circuit Court of Dada Florida, NATIONAL BCILDlNi; MAINTENANCE. IMC. A Morldn I'orporatfon un^n.^rnid'g. NoTfi', l"' unilii r>'ATIiX.i Jt UIO • Intends lo I.lTk of "llllv. 'flVIN',; *H"| net NOTICE UNDER FtCTITIOUt I'niend. •. .'' ; ** %  *• %  %  S-th Si I'l-rk .,,•.:• ?'"<•'• "fll name with the l'ount>. Kiorldu '" U ( OUrt f Dade I •-!l-lv.:•;, Hlr 'lAl:i> KENNEDY N TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS N'.ITII-P NA E 'AW .!* i*r.liL, H 2i" >VEN that l,l' ,n "under '.K '"Jr'"" '" "WMt ln I^MIC wERvi'S;LfWloue name of li *• TSth '' : STATION, at t \>£ reglf'i' i, 1 a ""' I ,0 U ln LEOAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In puallMMW iin.ler the fictitious name „f HOMESTEAD TERMINALS, at Dade ,,V-"h th' ."i""^ 1 y.l** 1 "}'' sain na with th.i lark of the el., uii cowl of Dade County, Florida MURRAY LEVINB KAM LEVINB GENET OBNET Attorneya for Api>iicanta %  -'< % Lincoln I:,I 2/11-18-2.1 — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ' ou -r '••opy of-yiir Answer or I'leadlnx to the Bill of Complain' on the plaintiff's Attorney. SANFORD FR>:ED. ade County. Floriila. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal adili.-.s of the claimant and to be sworn t.. and preiaonted as aforaaaM, or s*une will be barred. Sec Section 733 IC of •the l!MS ITobate Act. Date January IS, A.D. 1945. BESSIE LF:ESS Aa Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of %  MORRIS LF7ESS. Deceased. JOHNSON. LEVENSON A PERRY Attorneys for F:xec-utrlx 2/11-18-25 — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RED ROAD HOUSE OP BEAUTY, at 2208 S.W. .".71h Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Flo. Ida. VERA F'lSHER 2/11-18-2". — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name of THE COHAN COMPANY (not inc.). at 21 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami, intend to register aald name with the Clerk or the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. S ENRY COHAN AX COHAN 2/11-18-2:. — 3/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 175.121 JOSEPH RICHMAN. Plaintiff, RITAVIARWISH. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RITA DARWISH. Defendant. Residence and address unknown, who la secreting herself within the State of Florida from service of process. —__ You are hereby notified that a complaint for foreclosure of Chattel Mortgage, Injuncttve Relief and other Relief haa been filed agalnat you. and you are required to serve a ropy of your Pleading to the <' on 'Vl"'" .i' n .'" Plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN, and file lhe original Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th da> of March. INI, If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taker. against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. This suit seeks to foreclose a Chattel Mortgage held b> Plaintiff on that "uslneaj known as "J( lE'S Ll' Ni' 111:< >N BTTJB '. 1 0 f N W 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida together with the furnishings. Imnlture. flxturea. appliances, stock, equipment, merchandise, goods and .wares con' a lM"ed h a,''M.am>. Florida, this 8th day of Fehru-V. y£ ATHKRMAN C4erk, circuit Court. Dade county, ""f'da By WM W STOCKI.NO, Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN x ..., r ..v nr 1al"lff UII W. Flagler Street Miami. Floima IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34218A NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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 claim* and demands which you. or either of vou, may have agalnat the estate of I.FJA SARNOFF, deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Hon. F'RANK B. DOWLLNO. CountyJudge of Dade Countv. anil file the same In his offi,-,in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication harenf. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and ..resented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the ItM I'ri.hnte Act. Hal.rVhruarv U. A.D 1H.V.. ARTHI'll SA KNOPF Aa Executor of the Last It III and Testament of I.F:A SARN'OF'F. Deceased SEYMOUR CE1.BER Attorney for Arthur Suanoff S/4-1I-18-I* IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 25239 RE: F:STATE OF _^_ Jl'UA E KELLER, also knoarn as JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER. Ivcessed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL OISCHAROE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed mv fUial report and petition for Final Discharge as Execiitor of the estate of .H'LIA Vv K F lV'/AHFTH known as JI'I.IA K k*J^SFnil KELLER, deceased: and that on the tlTt day of March l5S. i am.lv to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge a. Executor of the Fitate of JJ LIA 1. KELLER^ also known as Jl LIA F.LliAHtTH KELLER, deceased. This 23rd dav of Februarv. 19A... ELMER E KELLER PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY Attorneya for Fixe, utor AS KZU^m, Bldg.. Miami. FTa. IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT IN AND FOR D/toE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B in R ESTATE i IP JACI IB I. kAlXlMh'KY, also known as JACOB RADOMSKY, a k a JACK RADOMSKY, a/k/a JACOB RODOMSKY, I >. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH Paraonj H.H Ing claims oi Demands Ajjalnst Sad Eatate: You, ami each of #.11 arc heCfb} notified and required to t.resent any claims and demands which >oo. 01 either of you. may -have against the estate of JACOB li RADOMSKY, also known as .lAcor. RADOMSKY. a/k/a JACK RAla iMSKY .1. doceaaed late of Dad*coumy. Florida, to tinHonorable County Midges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices III the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight cnlendai months from the date of the, first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the leyal addr, sof lhe claim.itil and to l.e sworn I<> and presented :i| iiforfiSBiil. or same lil be barred s.-.sectiof* 733.16 of the Act. ..iv: It A-.D. IJ85 BERT K. SHAPIRO. As Ailinini-stiatoi CIA. of the estate of JACOB L. RAJX>M8KY %  %  1.,-. sased BERK'K. HHAI'IRo fc FRIED Attorneys for Administrator. CTA S/2T. — 2't-l' IS i:i:. I'rol.a'y A. 1 .Date' F-tbraav; HER Pit; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176479 HOMER R. HAMILTON. ST., Plaintiff. P. C. SCHAEDE, a/k/a PAUL C. si.'ii.\i;i'i; AND ALSO Al.l. I -NKNOWNPERSONS. HEIRS. DBV7REES. GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, UENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES OR ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS, CLAIMINti BY, THHOI'ilH, INKER OR A'LAINST ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS IVII11 MAY BE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO BF: DF:AD OR ALIVF:, AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS, PARTIES. CLAIMANTS, AND DEPENDANTS HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR |NTF:REST IN OR TO THE PROPERTY INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: P. C. SCHAEDE. a/k/a PAUL C. BCHAEDB, Address unknown: AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS. HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES, A88IQNEES, LIENOR8, CREDITORS. TRUSTEES oft ANY OTHER CLAIMANTS. t'UIMlM! BY THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO MAY BE DEAD AND NOT KNOWN TO BE DF:AD OR ALIVE. AND ALSO ALL UNKNOWN PERSON B, PARTIES, CLAIMANTS AND DEFENDANTS HAVING oil CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN OR TO THE PROPERTY INVOLVED IN Tills CAUSE AND HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED: YOU ARE HEREBY N0TIF*IF:D to file with the Clerk of the above styled Court at Miami, Dade County. Florida, on or before the 14th day of March, IMS, your written pleadings to an action to quiet and confirm title to. and for removal of lien from the following described proiwrty. and other r *Tra'ct 2.'of FLORIDA FRUIT LAND CO.'S subdivision. In Section 23. Township 63 Soutb. Range 40 Eaut. containing 10 acres more or less, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 2. at Page 7 of the Public Records of Dane County. Florida: as above styled, and to serve a copy thereof within the time set forth above, upon S. Blalr Ross, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1207 Blscayne Bldg.. Miami, Florida, in default of which a Decree Pro Confesso may be enter.-.1 against you. Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida, this Xth day of February. A.D.. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida By JOAN COURNOYER, Deputy Clerk 2/ll-la-2.-> — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GRANADA BAR at 0RILL, at 22a N.W. 5th St.. intends to raflater aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dado County. F'lorlda. ELMO 11 MORALES, OwnerKESSLER AGARS Attorneys for Applicant I?SL' W. F'lagler I ll-D-:'.-, — 3/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unilei siKiied, desiring to eiiKamin business under the fictitious name of ACKNER'H FURNITURE EXCHANGE, al ISM Northeaa] 2nd Avenue, intends to register aald name will. th. Clerk of the 1 Ireult court ol Dade 1 'oiini \, F'lorlda. 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>AY. MAR CH 4. 195S +Jewlst>ncritittar} PAGE 3 B iLOBAL SHORTS -hurchiil Honored in London iTlnstitute of Technology RflMDON ,,TA) ~~ Pr,me 1* Sir Winston Churchill was Ured here last weekend by the institute of Technology at L ,, a dinner where a testi':,, scroll was accepted in his Lhalf by his daughter. Miss Sarah CorchiH The Prime Minister has Ued that the central auditorium rtt institute should bear his •J. to mark his 80th birthday 1, November. In accepting the troll the Prime Minister's daught r iiid Never did so young a laici have -o old and fine a heriKe a s Israel. No other country i itbirth had the wisdom, tradilon* and fortitude of an ancient Ice These are priceless everlastL, gjsets With them it can never lil." oel Now Owns Four I Seven Isaiah Scrolls [jERl'SALEM (JTA)—Israel has L acquired the last four of seven Iroils of Isaiah found by Bedouins caves near the Dead Sea whose Jtnificance was first realized by lie late Prof. Eliezer Sukenik, one [ Israel's foremost archaelogists. be four scrolls were purchased J Samuel Gottesman of the United pales and given to Israel through he American Fund for Israel Inlitutions [iming of Detroit Drive plits Israel Bond Leaders [DETROIT (WNS)—A statement otesting against the national kadquarters of the Israel Bond kmpaign arranging a dinner for pnds here on March 1 while prepa(tions are being made for the cal 1955 Allied Jewish Campaign is issued this week by leaders of Israel Bond Committee in Deoit. Danger Still Prevails in Near East, Dr. Bunche Asserts BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—There is a danger in the present Arab Israel situation. Dr. Ralph Bunche. Unitled Nations Under Secretary and j former Palestine Mediator, who negotiated the Arab-Israel armistice agreements, declared here this week. Dr. Bunche. who is visiting j various Latin American countries Ion a UN mission, noted that the 'agreements negotiated by him have | been in effect six years—"a bit long for being provisional." Fascell Names Miamians To Air force Academy Congressman Dante B. Fascell this week announced candidates for nomination to the Air Force Academy, class entering 1955. Fascell's nominations included David A. Steinberg, 2345 SW 26th ter., Miami, and Stephen Marc Slepin, 1430 SW 62nd ave.. West Miami. The nominees named by Fascell will compete with other boys from throughout the State for the five openings which have been allotted to Florida. tnor Memory of Italian Protected Jews [ROME (WNS)—The tenth anniIrsary ot the death in the Dachau Incentration camp of Giovanni klatucci, a non-Jew who was arIsted by the Nazis for protecting prish refugees in the city of Fine, was marked this week by alian Jewry, at a ceremony at Italian Chief Rabbi Elie baff was the chief speaker. long those present at the affair ere the father of Palatueci, Israel [mister Eliahu Sasson, the Chief Police of Italy and several Italln judges Dr. Pool New Head of U.S. Jewish Historical Society NEW YORK (WNS)—The American Jewish Historical Society at .its 53rd annual meeting this week elected Dr. David de Sola Pool, j Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Is%  rael of New York, president of the Society, succeeding Prof. Salo W. Baron, of Columbia University. Inti-Jewish Propaganda istributed by Embassy ^WASHINGTON (WNS) — In an bvious attempt to justify the reknt hanging of.the two Jews in %  despite pleas by the AmeriBn. British and French Governments that they be spared, the -yotian Embassy here began this " device does not e the hacking of the GovernC vV ndia Indian Prime Min pw Nehru told British Chief RabLn? Brodie this **• Mr. fcml s1a,cm en> came as a welE n lV Urp L rise ,0 Jewish leade !" iPPOMng ,he "blank day" device. C fh had ^en understood L„. e Indlan Government was 'ng the "blank day" proJews in Curacao Lauded by Dutch on 300th Anniversary WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (JTA)— The population of this Dutch island of Curacao is paying tribute to the small number of Jewish families residing here, in connection with the completion of 300 years of Jewish settlement on the island. The Dutch section of the population especially emphasizes the important contributions which these Jewish familes and their ancestors have made to the development of the island. Mootblack Named Superior H Judge in California Wi' (lE LES < W NS>-Burnett l Cin U ," rker Wh WaS "<*•>**rorT, ted l u lhe ( a 'ifornia Su4ht a by Gov Goodwin j KTanri m ,,me was shinin ? !" >it S g papers in Minne k in Mi" slster Mrs Jy Gor[ m Minneapolis. Attacks on Tunisian Jews Denounced by Nationalists TUNIS (WNS)—Attacks on Jews continued this week in the old Jewish quarter, despite special police measures to halt them. The Arab daily "Assabah," newspaper of the Neo-Destour Nationalist Party, has condemned attacks on Jewish shops and Jews by Moslem students and Arab bands, declaring that 'Tunisian Jews are brothers of Tunisians of other faiths." Prof. Otto Warburg Claims Discovery of Cancer Origin BERLIN (WNS>—Prof. Otto H. Warburg, who won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1931 and who remained in Berlin throughout the Nazi regime, this week reported in a German scientific journal that he has solved the disputed question as to the origin of cancer. According to Prof. Warburg, cancer does not develop through outside agents such as viruses. It sets in when a cell does not absorb enough oxygen, so that its normal 'breathing" is chronically impaired. Prof. Warburg believes his findings show the way toward future prevention of the disease. Luncheon of the Cantors' Association oi Greater Miami meets for its annual affair and to honor Cantor Berele Kelemer (seated, second from left) on the occasion of his receiving a Teudah cum laude from the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. Shown are (seated, from left) Cantors bnolom Katz. honored out-of-town guest; Kelemer. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; i>amuel Kelemer. Temple Beth Sholom and president of the Cantors' Association; and Aaron Weingaiten. Congregation Beth Jacob. Standing are Cantors Fishel Lutman. Beth El Congregation; Moms Morgenstem. honored New York philanthropistcantor; Abraham Self, Kneseth Israel Congregation; Edward Klein, North Shore Jewish Center and Irving Robinson, Coral Gables Jewish Center. Present at the function but not shown were Cantors Jacob Bomstein, Temple Israel, and Maurice Mamches, Beth David Synagogue. 98 Percent of Germans Would Welcome Hitler, Report Says LONDON (JTA) — Forty-nine of every 50 Germans would welcome Hitler today as the "man who gave them the best years of their lives," the Sunday Chronicle reported from Berlin on the basis of a nationwide survey of German public j opinion which the Chronicle says has become a best seller overnight. The survey, result of eight years of study by its authors, has caused concern among West German officials, the Chronicle said. The German officials fear that its revelations will have an adverse effect on public opinion in the United States, Britain and France. Kindness Wins Award Kindness and courtesy shown to members of a gymnasium class have won for Miss Lillian L. Friedlander the courtesy award of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Leo Eisenstein, courtesy committee chairman, announced this week. Hadassah Book Review Slates Special Purim celebration is planned for the next meeting of the Tuesday Book Review spon• sored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon, Mar. 8. Book to be discussed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, series reviewer, will Hecht Autobiography be the autobiography by Ben Hecht, "A Child of the Century." Mrs. Donald Murray coordinator for the 12 participating Hadassah groups, will extend Purim greetings. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Harry I. Magid, ticket chairman of the series. "How about Heinz Beans tonight?" The mellow nut-like flavor that the Heinz master chefs impart to their masterpiece x has made Heinz Vegetarian Beans the great favorite all over the land. Strictly Kosher, of course The seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. SELECT EITHER LABEL! THEY'RE BOTHfJHE SAME BEANS! is on the label. *3MR ^ BEANS !_ N TOMATO SAUC' HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS yj *m



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+Jmishth>rklkm PAGE 9 ft ADl Issues Sharp Statement on Hialeah Brotherhood Program Hit by Bigots; Raps Postponement Due to Negro Attendance Florida Regional Office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith late Wednesday issued a ditement on the ADL's position with respect to the reported cancellation of a brotherhood rally scheduled j 0 be held Saturday night in Hialeah. Report of cancellation came after rumors spread that the brotherhood affair might be boycotted bcu>e 0 f (he presence of Negroes invited to partici pate. George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Greater Miami ADL board, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL director, said that while the Hialeah Brotherhood pr ogram was not "an Anti-Defamation league project the ADL would have been proud to You'll Meet Most Everybody of ffce COUNTY FAIR and" have been joined in the sponsorof the Brotherhood Week I event had it been invited to do so, as the ADL is always ready and happy to cooperate in the planning and presentation of programs for the furtherance of good human relations in our community, state and I nation." The B'nai B'rith Organization [generally said it has the League's [understa'nding that the Hialeah [Brotherhood event "was planned land was to have been jointly sponnred by various Hialeah commuInitv groups, including Flamingo Lodge B'nai B'rith of Hialeah, and a number ol the churches in the [community" Talianotl indicated that the AntiIDefamation League of B'nai B'rith [did receive reports during the past (week "ol threats and pressures [made on various persons participating in the planning or other I phases of the Hialeah Brotherhood [program In accordance with its |consisten policy on the upholding ol basic American civil rights and I civil liberties guaranteed by the [Vnited States Constitution, he explained, the League expressed the [hope that the sponsoring groups [and churches in Hialeah "would Iremain firm and withstand pressures and threats apparently aimed i forcing a cancellation of the Hia?ah Brotherhood program" because of the participation of Negroes. One major threat came with the Ifetributfcn in the Hialeah area of [small handbills entitled, "Phoney [Brotherhood Meeting Slated" and |warning parents to "beware." The Anti Defamation League of [B'nai B'rith understands that the threats and pressures directed against the holding of the Hialeah Brotherhood program as planned have been brought to the attention of the appropriate governmental authorities, the statement revealed. The League hoped that a thorough investigation will be conductled "to determine any infringeBAZAAR Thursday Evening, March 10th, 1955 TTOItEY BFCrtEFHOOD MTET7K1 SLATEDT? PAp;:irrs BZWAKEI H ^ A. SO-CALLED "BROTHERHOOD OBOUP" HAVE SCHHWLED A MIXED mm*} AT C"-t YOUTH CENTER, 6th ST. & PALM AVE7. SATJRLA^ COKt, niW'ARY 26. • 0U2 HTALBAH IffOTl SCHOOL CHORAL GROUP IS TO SINO FOR A KLXJJJ GXUR, TOGETHER WITH AN ALL-NbGRO CHOIR. MW fiViHifU-MDRO MINISTER, IS A SCHEDULED SPEAKER. RET i"-ST.',C:3D 'FLORIDA INDEPENDENT* ABOUT. THIS PERSON CF GU£5UG*AHLE CHARACTER. STOP THIS BEFORE IT STARTS! o WE DO NOT WANT MIXED MEETINGS AND COMMUNISTIC ACTIVITIES IN THIS CITY: PROTEST TO YOUR SCHOOLS AND CITY OFFICIALS TODATi Handbill distributed in Hialeah to apply pressure on community for cancellation of a brotherhood affair. Handbill was distributed with a Miami newspaper, which attacked a local Negro minister. (DOORS OPEN AT 6 P.M.) of file Hibiscus Auditorium ALTON ROAD and 10th STREET, MIAMI BEACH and civil liberty guarantees which may have occurred with respect to the pressures which culminated in the reported cancellation of the Brotherhood program planned in Hialeah." If any violations of law are found to have occurred in such regard, the League hopes that there will be prompt and vigorous prosecution of the offenders the statement said. The reported cancellation of the j Hialeah Brotherhood program is viewed with grave concern by the I Anti-Defamation League, which is j the educational arm of B'nai B'rith. "Brotherhood Week programs, in which persons of various racial, religious and other groups have attended and participated, symbolizing the unity of the American people, the ideal of the Brotherhood of Man and the Fatherhood of God. and the harmonious understanding and mutual respect among various groups regardless of race, faith or other group distinction, have been a part of the pattern of better comme nts of cons ti tutional civil right munity living in Dade County and kwish National Fund Council i Asnkenaz yprominent and active Pl_. n %  %  Labor Zionist, will assist with the | nans Pwim Program Sunday program. Purini program under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund louncil of ceater Miami, arranges by Sam Prosterman. radio chairman of Council, will take place on SSS: i2 M ,; ,r m. *• "* station Rabbi [rving Lehrman, of Temple Lmanu-EI. who has recently !" 1 i fr m a visit to Irael. will 2rl, the accomplishments of M u J n the Hol y ^ndD n 'e' nf if"f ll0wly elected President ""he Jewish National Fund Coun"I of Greater Miami, will address "Wradi.. audience in Yiddish. Saul throughout the nation for more than 20 years. The League has been happy to join in the effective and meaningful observance of Brotherhood Week, as a valuable means of advancing democratic understanding and unity among the various groups making up our great nation." The statement indicated that the League accordingly views the reported cancellation of the Hialeah Brotherhood program "as most unfortunate. The League," it continued, "hopes that the citizens, civic and community organizations, and religious groups in Hialeah will carry on from this blight on Brotherhood Week with renewed vigor and mutual cooperation to insure that such a tragic circumstance will not recur and that the Hialeah community will grow from strength to strength in the building of democracy and better human relations." Dancing. P r i z e s A u c t i o n Entertainment by Radio and TV Stars t Admission Free Sponsored by the H.A.W and P.T.A of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Proceeds to Scholarship fund FIAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 N.W. 51st Place presents an original musical comedy "Come Back Little Shikker" (Mit a Yiddishe Tom) UST TWO PERFORMANCES: SAT, MARCH 5th (Sold Oat), SUN, MARCH 6th For Tickets or Information Call: Mr. Bush at HI 8-6401 Mr*. Covermon at 83-3049 Mr. Shami* at HI 4-S489 FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! CALL MR. BUSH FOR SPECIAL ORGANIZATION PLAN Curtain-8:30 p.m. Donation $1.25 •— %  I. ir-i,. U i %  ARISTOCRAT Of KOSHER RESTAURANTS TROCAUERO KOSHER RESTAURANT -r & CATERERS Air Conditioned Smorgasbord Appetizer Table For Reservations Phone JE 1-0551 301 23rd STREET MIAMI BEACH, F10RI0A .nn.-ii*t.iii i< i %  %  %  %  rtmrtrmif: L -. T HI. %  — \ r*^-\f*^*\f*~^j^it+*\t+i\f+*\t+ 1 ^^ DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEITS EVERT SATURDAY, I p.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, S P.M. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Speaker: ISRAEL STEINBAUM Tepic: 'The Problem of freedom' Academic > > I > II i % i 11 > > > > j r Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE NAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL BI OPEN FOR PASSOVER MR HOTEL IS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS RASHRVTN WE USE ONLY ^B)S OK^ •*** "•"'en is under the soptrvitiom of the Bettoner Raaei from Brooklyn 'or Reservations and pikes call 58-0266 or JE 1-9217 •" kitchen 1$ wmdhr ptr u mml supervision of Mr: B. Agudath Israel Synagogue fakes pride in presenting the young Israeli Cantor FISHEL HITMAN in a GRAND PURIM CONCERT Sunday Evening, March 6th, at 8 p.m. of 7801 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach ? } This is CANTOR LUTMAN'S First Appearance in Miami Beach Do Not Miss the Opportunity of Hearing this Great Young Artist The Cantor will he accompanied by Mrs. Lutman THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED ,*W^^A^'W^*


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nuwy^MgS/'JSL *Jm>lsi,n rurtrtto*> $00 Temple Emanu-EI Students Plan Pageant Dedicated to Tercentenary PAGE 7 B The drama of 15 generations of j Ronald Deblinser as Isador Cohen; in America will be presented and Susan Talinnoff as Bmma La•Izarus whose poem is inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. The narrator is Harriet man. \Z "00 P"P' IS in Temple EmanuSliSou school on Sunday BSJSV, 3 i n the Temple s '-insorrtheTemple-sPT IA headed by Mrs. Ben Greene "he pageant is the first major event to be held here to mark the Jewish Tercentenary celebration 1 Tlt | C ,l i.and of Liberty, the Inarrative script by Dorothy L. Scrota herself daughter of early iMiami arrival*, the Isaac. Levins, is beinK dramatized by Trixie Lev|jji in 13 scenes. • Land of Liberty" opens with Ithe cloudy September day in 1654 Iwhen the first group of 23 Jews I stepped ashore to be confronted [by Go\ Peter Stuyvesant. The paNewIgeanl closes with the lives of Mi's first Jewish settlers, led by Ipioneer Isador Cohen in 1893, who Ihelped create Miami's charter. Leading roles will be played by [Barry Goldstein as Poter StuyveL-ant: Matthew Schneider as Asher Eevy; Skippy Feiner as Haym SoloImoii: Steven Kaplan as George Kfashin | Howard Hirschfield las Judi.li Touros, the New Orleans hpjlanthropist; Kcliecca Grati whose life and work Inspired Sir Walter Scott's heroine Bebecca, in "Iv.inhoe"; Wendy ehwartz as her mother; Steven lobinson as the minister; Jonathan Turk as the pane; Daniel Levine as Hired Mordecai, Jr.; Stephen Sould as Alfred Mordecai, Sr.; Har.,. G in as Emanuel Noah; THE NEW Camp OsceoEa FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mill! River A. Silver Lake HoisS"oe, North Carolina Honebcck Biding • Privmte take '.Mimm'mg fl Capable Seasoned Staff Resident Physician and Norse Directors: HUBERT and BELIE SILVER 7536 Buccaneer Ave Miami Beach Ph. 8-9i2l Limited Enrollment Master Point Bridge Due Men's Club of Temple Israel will sponsor a Mastpr Point Bridge Tournament on Tuesday, Mar. 8 Winning players will be awarded master points.and other prizes, according to tournament director, Jerry Freehling. Applebaum Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sara ApDlebaum, formerly of 4815 Alton ••d.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, Mar. 6, 2 p.m., on the Miami Beach Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating. Mrs. Applebaum is survived by a son. Arthur, of Miami Beach; three daughters, Mrs. Bella Wolfson. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Adeline Konrenecky and Mrs. Miriam Arnold, both of Philadelphia: also five brothers and three Carol Barrocas as sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and rela'ives arc asked to attend. Greenblatt Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sheldon A: Greenblatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin, formerly of 735 14th pi.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, Mar. 6, at 1 p.m., on the Miami Beach Knights of Pythias Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Sheldon Greenblatt is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin, and a sister. Gladys Greenblatt. He was a member of the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge of Miami Beach and a member of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternitv. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. cSlTSl ? c/f ^"Planting ceremony at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation into Frtin ,A AKK Ve r\ rnan Z** 1 S,eiriber g' S !" Y Stemstein, Howard Duchon. Barbara DavnirV M iT c v Dian „ e Cvnamon Frances Sokol, Jerry Saslow, Robert Roth, Helene ResDnvi'ri ru M We /' Barr Bum>,ein S""" ntonick. Nathan Kusher. Fredric Kronberg. TW? M !H M ^ m 1 ^ einer Harrie Stone. Howard Kaplan, Howard Goldberg, Harvey Sail oarry Nadler Gail Libman, Rosalie Rosenblum, Marlene Cynamon, Marsha Pierce. Ida BeckZ„ i o „ Gus man Michael Silverman. Michael Rosenbach, Shah Saslow. Myles Abbott. nZnM Q?'-^ na l' ne £ erald Rolh Allan Bloom. Larry Fishkin. Jay Wagman. Haman Z!?A B £ S,e '" be L ro Renee S te>n. George Stemstein. Anita Jocobson. Alan Merlin. Judy Diamond. Barbara Nabutovsky. Michael Schweitber. Sally Mezey. Leslie Kronberg. Michael Libman and Robert Winer. Krafchick Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Krafchick. formerly of 259 WashInftOI are. Miami Beach, will lake' place Sunday, Mar. 6. 1 p.m., at' ML Sinai Meraortal Park feme-' terjr. With Rabbi Morris Skop offi-1 ciatttg. MY; krafchick is-survived; „ Bf his wife, Ida; two ions, David. I 4WKJ Unveiling of Miami, and Joseph, of Long Beach, N.Y.; and three daughters. Mrs. Charlotte Krasner, of Long wife. Bertha; a son. Alfred M of Bronx, NY.; a daughter. Mrs Stella Bnright, of Scarsdale. N.Y.; and two brothers, Isidor Spettner of Havana. Cuba, and Simon, of Glen Oaks. L.I. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Tulin Unveiling Beach, and Mrs Frances Mozell: and Mrs Sylvia Rothman. both of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-1 ment Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Spettner Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Charles Spettner. former!v of 2000 NE 182nd st.. North Miami Beach, was held Thursday. Mar. 3. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Spettner is survived by his The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Minnie Ida Zwig, formerly of 10 SW 31st ct.. will take place on Sunday, Mar. 20, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mrs. Zwig is survived by her husband, Robert; one son, Edward, of Miami; and a brother, Ho fel, of Detroit, Mich. Arrange ments are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Charlen A. Tulin. formerly of 1630 SW 20th st., will take place Sunday, Mar. 6. at 3 p.m.. on Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Charles is survived by his parent. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tulin, a brother. Sidney, and a sister, Jo-An. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to ittend. CEJWIN CAMPS IflkVMi POUT JERVIS. N.Y. 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FBlDAZjffiS^iSL +JeistnrrUJL*.„ PAGE 3 A Cold Sabotage Of Indemnity Continued from Pag 1 A %  Jewi-h storekeeper had been JicA insulted and beate up —' because hr was the Jew, SigKiWolffers, but simply because L was a number of the Jewish P lc • The boycott of Wolffers, r j( i the judge, was not an act of teneeution thai would entitle him restitution bul "merely a tem^.prv retaliatory measure of an Lonomic nature against German Crv ch." Wolffers' flight om Germany, therefore, the rt continued, was "not emigrabon for reasons of individual perlecution, Imt a precautionary meas. taken in anticipation of cornevents." Last year, the government of Ldcn-Uiierttemberg commission-, Id a secret judicial opinion" from %  residing Judge Hans Teufel of %  ottweil. which it then used to jusjfy its dismissal of Dr. Otto Kuesfcr. the last high ranking official the state who was willing to Ight for adequate indemnifica|on. One of the principal "accusa|onV against him voiced by Judge ufel was that Dr. Kuester granta pension to the widow and linor children of an officer exejitcd for participation in the 1944 lot against Hitler's life. He should lot have authorized the pension, lie Judge wrote, because the officer had "only been engaged in the tving ol women and children." J Professor Frani Boehm, of the kistian Democratic Union, in his Rimming up, said that unfortunate%  it had to be admitted that such kdges could count on support |om a large part of the population, [nee indemnification is not popuIr in Germany. Renazification in le Federal Republic, he added, kd not made as much progress as bme people believe, "but it has Weeded much further than we kould like." Meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom holds a special program dedicated to Jewish Music Month, Brotherhood Month and the American Jewish Tercentenary. Shown are Mrs. Aaron Farr. president. Conference of Jewish Women's .Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties; Mrs. Charles H. Alter, president, American Jewish Congress of Greater Miami; Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, president of the Greater Miami Chaper of Hadassah; and Mrs. Helen Sanders, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood (second from left), is shown presenting a copy of the program to the four women leaders. Bach Transcriptions to be Feature Of Leopold Stokowski Concert Here fivo Speaker Mated Here [Israel Steinbaum, of New York, be guest speaker at a meeting Dcr Yiddisher Forum on SatMay evening. Mar. 5. at Kneseth bael Congregation. I Subject of Steinbaum's address (ill be "The Problem of Academic reedom." | The speaker has been a teacher nd is a frequent contributor to nblications on educational subCts. He is currently affiliated the Yiddish Scientific Inlitute. Der Yiddisher Forum is a weekpresentation of the Greater Mini Chapter of YIVO. Internationally renowned conductor Leopold Stokowski will be guest artist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday and Monday evenings, Mar. 13 and 14, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums Noted for his many orchestral transcriptions of the organ and choral works of Johann Sebastian Bach. Mr. Stokowski will present a number of these, with the UM orchestra under his baton. Scheduled are Toccata and Fugue in D minor, Heiligeslied "Main Jesu" and Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor. Only the "Toccata" and "Mein Jesu" will be performed in Mr. Stokowski's own transcription. %  I [oncert Friday on Beach 1A concert on the ukelele. from paydn to Gershwin, will be featurKriday evening at a meeting of friends of the Seven Lively Arts, |100 Washington ave. Entitled Three Musical Moods," the coirwill feature instrumentalist Parry Martin. Savings Interest or 2Va% per annum QUARTERLY on depoiiij %  $100 to $13,000 "* Swtaf THir! M R C A N T I L i "*••*•! OftD %  -^sz The first part of the program^ will also feature the noted conductor's transcription of the Prelude to Richard Wagner's Opera, "Tristan and Isolda," as well as the final "Liebestod" scene. Part II of the program will feature a performance of Peter Ilyitch Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 4 in F minor. In addition to Mr. Stokowski's reputation as a conductor and com| poser, his research in the field of 1 sound recording and reproduction, 1 in collaboration with electronic enI gineers and commercial laboratorI ies, led directly to our present high-fidelity recordings and reproduction systems. As long ago as 1934, he and Dr. Fletcher conducted tests that determined that 13.000 cycles per second was the optimum high end of hearing. This at a time when radio and recordings were reproducing at a high of only 5,000 c.p.s. It was the intellect and souf of this man which in the twenties and thirties transformed the Philadelphia Orchestra into one of the outstanding musical achievements of our time. It was Stokowski, who, in collaboration with Mrs. Bok was one of the mentors of the Curtis Institute, and who contributed not only his ideas but conducted the Institute Orchestra for the first few years. The result of his work with both the Philadelphia and Curtis Orchestras is that, today, the majority of first chairs of various orchestras are held by men who were directly under the baton of Stokowski for a sustained period of time, or their students. His effect upon the present style of symphony men is truly remarkable. ^PRODUCTS flUNE ^/BUTTER MARGARINE r&s CAMEO Wosh. 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Sff AHTHONY EDEN AND BRITISH LEADERSHIP temsh&on&m MIAMI. FLOhiDA FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1955 SECTION B PURIM FESTIVAL TO BE MARKED TUESDAY MWTUAl LEADE R^HERE TO STUDY POSSIBILITY Of SINGLE ORGANIZAT ION ashruth Tradition Must Inspire Reverence Not Contempt Rabbi Rosenberg A Je *,s Floridian Feature Rabbi Alexander S. Rosenberg j in Miami to survey the com\m0js critical Kashruth situa : Thr tali serene spiritual leader J been sent by the Rabbinical wincil of America. "Our pur0 „, In explained in Miami luc'h this week, "is to try to af( a unified attitude among abb.here toward the establishg oi a single Kashruth superyon agency." jUbbinicul Council of America the national arm of the U.S. rthodi'X rabbinate. Rabbi Rosenberg told The Jewish Floridian that for a long time the Rabbinical Council of America has been awaxe of the disorganized state of affairs in Miami. Word, he explained, has come by way of local spiritual leaders who are members of the Council, as well as from visitors. "It has also been tne result of the general tone of conversation whenever Miami and Kashruth are discussed," he said. According to Rabbi Rosenberg, who is in charge of Kashruth activity of the National Rabbinic Administration of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and of the Rabbinic Council'of America, "Kashruth must be considered as a sacred institution." Ihesc organizations are together the custodians of the famous I seal of Kashruth on many national food brands "I feel deeply about Kashruth in this sense," Rabbi Rosenberg explained. "As a religious concept it should induce feelings of reverence." Instead, he said, it has often been a matter for eliciting contempt. "But we are not blaming any one in particular. Nor are we questioning the Rabbis as a group." One thing, according to the spiritual leader, is assured. "Unscrupulous dealers and hotel keepers," he said, "are taking advantage of the lack of organized Kashruth supervision in the Greater Miami area and are get ting away with selling non-Kosher products for Kosher." A graduate of Yeshiva University in 1925, Rabbi Rosenberg today is spiritual leader of Ohev Zedek Congregation in Yonkers, N.Y.. the same pulpit he assumed 30 years ago upon receiving his Continued on Pag* 6 B |M. BELKIN REPORTS TO MIAMI Emergence of Yeshiva as One of World's Leading Institutions likely' Icquiied by B'nai B'rith Women, this impressive bronze bust of Franklin Delano Roosevelt will have a commanding position in the Roosevelt Four Freedoms Memorial Library that will t>e housed in the new B'nai B'rith building in Washington, D.C. Treated by the late Enrico Glicenstein, one of the greatest Jewlish artists, it has just been purchased on behalf of the B'nai B'rith Women's Supreme Council by Mrs. Maurice Turner of %  Los Angeles (left), chairman of the committee in charge of jfurnishing the library, and Mrs. Ida Cook Farber of Brooklyn. [The bust, which is almost two feet high, will stand on a speciallly constructed pedestal in the Library, which is being estab[l ished b y the B'nai B'rith Women. diversify Plans Language Week [Second annual University of Mim Language Week will be held from March 27 to April 2, at the jruvorsit) main campus in Coral fables, and will have as its themes, %  America Awakens to Foreign language Needs" and "Exploiting Ivailable Means and Techniques f Meet Those Needs." Among the programs illustrating Jbc needs will be a round table on %  Linguistic Science and PedagogiPl Application" and two panel dislussionv The Teaching of Lanl"ages in Elementary School" and Hie Teaching of Languages in fecondary School." Special features of the 1955 UniPrsity^of Miami Language Week will be. in the academic tradition of celebrating important literary anniversaries, a Spanish section session devoted to the 350th anniversary of the publication of Cervantes' "Don Quijote," and a Hebrew section session celebrating the 750th anniversary of Maimonides-Rambam, the medieval Jewish philosopher, author of "More Nivukhim." as well as a discussion of "The Revival of Hebrew." Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz is chairman of the Hebrew session, and Dr. Berthold C. Friedl, Professor of Romance Languages and Russian, is general chairman of Language Week. "The emergence of Yeshiva University as one of the world's leading institutions sponsored liv Jews seems very likely," according to Dr. Samuel Belkin who has been president of he New York institution for the last II yean. With four undergraduate aid eight graduate schools and the SeDtember onetiing of the Albert Einstein Medical CoUeflS, Yeshiva's 2.200 students place it among the leaders in Jewish educational organirationv Here for a series of meetines at M'-' mi* Reach hotels, the distinguished-looking scholar has some interesting views on the importance of education in this choatic world. "We need more Jewish lay leaders to heln us wi'h the many community problems facing people of every faith." he pointed out. "The job of a university president is not an easy one." he added. •tli.' press of modern living making more and more demands on the graduates <>f our institutions. Our major function is to send out alumni equipped to serve their families and communities in addition to their acquired skills in the professions, arts and sciences and other fields." According to Dr. Belkin, training of future rabbis is only a very small part of the overall program at Yeshiva. Recent Yeshiva graduates have gone on to success in the fields of law, education, social work, the sciences and many others, in addition to the rabbinate. In September of this year, the first class will be accepted at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the latest graduate school of the university. Dr. Belkin indicated that this new college will be the first Jewish-sponsored medical school in the United States and that it is particularly fitting that it should open during the Jewish Tercentenary Year." Part of an overall $100,000,000 medical center in the Bronx. N.Y., the Einstein college will train many of the badly needed doctors on a non-sectarian non-quota basis. The final meeting of a series honoring Dr. Belkin was held Wednesday night at the Tides hotel Hotel operators Samuel Grundwerg and Morris N'ewmark were hosts to the well known educator. Dr. Belkin told guests details of the progress being made at the New York institution in its eight graduate and four undergraduate schools. Wednesday's meeting was the last of these report sessions which gave Dr. Belkin the opportunity of personally reporting to many of the Jewish school's, friends and supporters. Drive Nets $950,000 For Notable Gain Over $950,000 has been raised in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman disclosed the new campaign totals this week, following tabula tion of the Business and Professional Division report rally. "This represents a 17 percent increase over last year, card for card, and if we are successful in reaching the $1,000,000 mark by Mar. 4. our CJA drive will actually be five weeks ahead of last years campaign timetable." he said. Nearly 2,400 gifts have already been pledged in the drive, constituting about 23 percent of the total number of contributions expected The Combined Jewish Appeal campaign cabinet, in response to the request of division chairmen for specific quotas, this week announced goals in each of eight mai jor divisions. These are 18 percent ; higher than actual contributions collected by the divisions in last : year's drive Quota for the Hotels and Motels Division was set at S150.000, a boost of 28 percent over last year. The big Trades Division, including over | 40 businesses and professions, has j a quota of S70.000. an increase of 13 percent over 1954. Quota for the Apartment House Division is 1 S15 000 30 percent above last year The Winter Residents Division has a goal of $260,000. representing 19 percent over the previous year's gifts. The Women's Division, which last year achieved 99 percent of its quota, accepted a 10 percent increased total of $165,000 for 1955 Area campaigns throughout Dade County are expected to meet a i quota of $30,000. 13 percent high' er than last year, and community mobilization (C-Day) has set one of Hi"' largest quotas in comparison 'with last year: $35,000. European leaders greet Philip M. Klutznick on his first visit to Europe since his election as president of B'nai B'rith. Meeting of the European committee of B'nai B'rith lodges was held in Paris, attended by leaders from nine European countries. Shown (left to right, seated) are Klutznick; Dr. Edwin Guggenheim, of Switzerland, president of the European committee; and Frank Goldman, honorary president of B'nai B'rith. Standing are Gaston Kahn, of Paris, president of Lodge France; Albert Brandenburger, of Switzerland, committee treasurer; Dory Oppenheim, of Luxembourg, committee secretary; Leo Fischer, of Copenhagen, committee vice president; and I. Van Esso, of Amsterdam, committee member. 'urim Not Most Important Festival in the Calendar-but Highlights Freedom By HARRY CUSHING JTA To every generation of Jews the Ruinating ceremonies and cusE !" 8 of ,hc holidays have brought r* er : "l hope. It was the rich f !" intriguing detail of these nW.u observ nees which have knr he mcan 'ng of life and have L ,, ln c untless generations urim for surv v > Although seat* S n minor "o'iday on the it ,mn calpndar the rabbis found [JjPortant to set down certain r euatmn, ln connection with its *bsrvanee. i J h U5 1,ke a other festivals and ways, special precepts and laws thatf n SU U,Cd by ,he nturies ^followed that first Purim cele m """em Pers... From the final words of the Book of Esther, we learn that initial injunction "to confirm these days of Purim in their appointed times, according as Mordecai the Jew and Esther the queen had enjoined them, and as they had ordained for themselves and their seed." A more detailed series of regulations on the Purim celebration is found in the tractate Megillah of the Mishnah. Among other things this tractate deals with the dates, places, rules and manner concerning the observance of Purim. There are also certain regulations set down as to the correct writing and relaing of the Megillah. Still further regulations, based on the Mishnah and other sources, are embodied in the "Mishnah Torah" of Maimonides. Moses Maimonides. noted among other achievements, was one of the great codifiers of Jewish law and was the first to systematize the tremendous body of Jewish law. The most popular compendium of Jewish law is the "Shulchan Aruch" by Joseph Caro, who, like Maimonides. was a native of Spain. The "Shulchan Aruch" or "Prepared Table" has proven itself so serviceable that since the 17th century it has remained the standard authority for Jewish practice. According to the "Shulchan Aruch." the month of Adar should be spent in jollity and merriment. However. Jews are called to spend the 13th day of Adar. the day be fore Purim, in fasting. The day. known as the Fast of Esther, recalls the fast proclaimed by Esther before she made her famed visit to the throne of the king, to plead the cause of her people Fast of Esther Nevertheless, the Fast of Esther is not an obligation. It is not in the category of other fast days. Jewish law permits laxity in cases of illness, no matter how slight. Also, a bridegroom need not fast on Purim. If Purim occurs on Sunday, which would make the Fast of Esther on the Sabbath, the fact is observed the prior Thursday. Fasting is not permitted on the Sabbath, except if it happens to be Yom Kippur. Abo. it is not customary to fast on Friday, the eve of the Sabbath. Yet, a person who has forgotten to fast on Thursday, should fast on Friday. One of the customs of Purim is to "send portions to-one another." Long before the Christian custom which developed into St. Valentine's Day, the Jews observed the tradition of sending goodies and ingratiating tokens to persons of whom one is found. The custom of "Mishloach Manot." the sending of portions is incumbent, according to Jewish law, upon every Jew. He who exceeds in sending such tokens is praiseworthy. What is most praiseworthy is sending such tok ens to the poor, the orphans and the widows The "Shulchan Aruch" provides that by "portions" is meant primarily edibles which have been prepared, such as cooked meats, fish, confectionary, fruit or wine. Even the poorest Jew. even one who accepts charity, is obliged to give tokens to others poorer than he. Continued on Pago 5 B



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