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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THfe JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 11 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Egypt Threatens Renewal of War Against Jewish State
OUTBREAK LEAVES TRAIL OF WRECKAGE: Some of the United Nations buildings reduced
to rubble after thousands of Arabs engaged in fanatic riots in Gaza, burning UN relief centers
and supply depots. _,
WCLPTION COOL TO LISTING OF ARAB PROVOCATION
United Nations Truce Commission Condemns Israel;
Further Border Violations Reported in Caza Area
Israel was con-
Hemni week by the United
N > n! Mixed Armis-
i for "brutal a..
irranfed and plan-
on Egyptian forces in
ten days ago, in
reported that 38
I eight Israelis had
I
Iten of the United Nations
nipervision organization in
salcm and VU adopted by the votes
i of the Egyptian delegation and UN
| chairman Commandant Francois
[Gicomaggi, of France. The Israel
| delegation voted against it.
At the same time, the armistice
| commission considered an Israeli
! complaeint in regard to two sep-
meeting on the arate armistice violations in the
I. rcler, adopted an WPek before the bis Gaza border
i v hich said the battle. The first of the two Egjp-
:imitted by Israeli
foreea against an
I1 liar army force."
n'a resolution was
announced at headquar-
tian violations which the commis-
sion considered late Monday occur-
red Feb. 22. The commission held
Kgypt responsible.
The commission also condemned
Wi I Strive to Erase Shame
Of Palestine Even if Peace Terms
Observed by Jews -- Saleh Salem
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
"Egypt's policy has not ceased to
rw on the principle of 'no peace
w"h Israel' in any form' and at any
mb*. Lgypt will not make peace
win Israel even if Israel were to
implement the UN resolutions on
Palestine."
,"Es>Pt will
fhamc (,f the
if ItTM
What, n Wiu not a peace
* n "f. Even if Israel should con-
h only of Tel Aviv, we would
"" Put up with that."
Jl!i?e are ,wo amo->8 'he m*ny-
qualh C|ear and unambivalent
latem.nts issued in recent months
^_jnat distinguished gentleman.-
strive to erase the
Palestine war even
hould fulfill the UN reso-
W IMS WEEK'S ISSUE
At tht UN
mi,,

HeMywaed
Mie-lin
News in Review
Society
Major Saleh Salem, Egypt's Min-
ister of National Guidance, in his
encounters with representatives of
the press. His government's point
of view could hardly have been
made more emphatic or phrased
more tersely. That Major Salem's
government meant what it said was
made equally clear.
For many months, months which
included the extraordinary case of
the Bat Galim and the outrage of
the Cairo trials, tension heightened
on the main Egypt-Israel border,
all along the Gaza strip. Unrest
crystallized into armed attack, in-
to murder and sabotage.
Between Sept.. 1854, and Feb..
1955, Egypt was condemned no
fewer that 27 times for flagrant
violations of the Israel-Egypt Arm-
istice. But neither killing nor
plunder was halted And from
within Egypt, increasingly hostile
statements punctuated the nightly
rounds of infiltration and sporadic
terror.
truce I Egypt for aggression in the killing
Jeru- of an unarmed cyclist deep inside
Israeli territory by infiltrators Feb.
25. The commission stressed the
seriousness of the bonier situation
and told Egyptian authorities to
"terminate immediately all such
acts of aggression and* hostility
against Israel."
Egyptian members paid no
attention to the Israeli complaint
against Egypt which was placed on
the same Security Council agenda.
These complaints clearly pointed
to: (1).attacks of regular and ir-
regular Egyptian armed forces
against Israel armed forces; (2) as-
saults of raiders from Egyptian-
controlled territory on lives and
property of Israel; (3) failure of
the Government of Egypt to adopt
and enforce effective measures
against such acts of violence; (4)
the assertion by Egypt of the ex-
istence of a state of war and the
exercise of active belligerency;
(5) the warlike propaganda and
threats against the territorial in-
tegrity and politica} independence
of Israel; and (6) the refusal of
Egypt to seek agreement by nego-
tiation for an effective transition
from the present armistice to
peace.
Nasser Masses Troops in Sinai;
Declares Freedom from Restraint
Of Any Decisions Reached by UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Peace in the Middle East hung by the
slenderest of threads this week in the aftermath of an Israeli-Egyptian
clash in the Gaza area, as Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Egyptian
dictator, massed troops in the Sinai Peninsula and announced that
Egypt will no longer rely on the United Nations in dealing with Israel.
The new crisis was brought about by a battle in the Gaza area In
which Hie Egyptians said they had suffered 42 dead and 29 wounded
in an Israeli invasion of Egyptian- -----------------
BRAZIL EXCEPTION
Western Delegates
Prejudge Skirmish
By DAVID HOROWITZ
AJP
UNITED NATIONS Western
delegates in the Security Council
took it upon themselves Friday to
judge the Gaza incident by criticiz-
ing Israel even before the full re-
port was on hand from Major Gen.
Burns, chief of the truce super-
vision organization. U.S. Ambassa-
dor Wadsworth, first to condemn
Israel, called the incident "shock-
ing" and "indefensible from any
standpoint "
i tele ites Pierson Dixon, of
held territory in the Gaza strip.
Cairo said that an Israel force of
about 80 men. using mortars, auto-
matic weapons, small arms and
Molotov cocktails attacked and de-
stroyed an Egyptian command post
in the Gaza strip and killed or
wounded all the persons in it, in-
cluding some civilians. The Israelis
were further accused of ambushing
and destroying a truck rushing re-
inforcements to the post and kill-
ing or wounding all the troops in
the vehicle. The Israel force was
also said to have blown up a well
and pump supplying a considerable
portion of Gaza's water supply.
The Israel delegation to* the IN
in a statement here, said that, "the
incursion into Israel territory by
Egyptian military units and armed
I),mil- nil campaigns of murder and
sabotage was continued when an
Egyptian army unit crossed the Is-
i rael border near Gaza. It encoun-
tered the resistance of a strong Is-
i rael defense patrol, and in the en-
suing battle the Egyptian troop-
were chased back across the fron-
tier with the Israel patrol in pur:
Hilt Casualties were inflicted on
the Egyptian forces and there were
casualties among the Israel patrol "
A communique which the Israelis
Coniinued on Page 1 A
-BULLET IM-
UNTTED NATIONS (JTA)
Major Gen. K I. M Hums, chief
of stall of the United Nations
truce supervision organization in
Palestine, will arrive here this
weekend to report in person to
the Security Council on the Gaza
incident for which the Nrael-
Egypt Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion has officially blamed Israel.
Definite word of Gen. Burn-'
plans was received here late
Wednesdav
Britain, and M. Hoppenot, of
France, followed the same pattern
They had nothing but praise for
Egypt.
Following the Friday meeting, an
Israeli spokesman said that "the
main feature of the meeting was
the tendency of many representa-
tives to ignore the entire back-
ground of the clash at Gaza. This
clash was not envisaged in its true
light as a culmination of a series
of armed attacks, murders and acts
of sabotage."
The most statesmanlike speech
heard during the session was that
Continued on Page 2 A
U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL SAYS AT UNIQUE MEETING
Jewish Leaders Told Israel Not Vulnerable
WASHINGTON (JTA)A five-
point program for "the. attain-
ment of peace, development and
defense in the Near East" that
"would faithfully serve the high-
est interests of the security and
welfare of the peoples of the
United States and the free world"
was adopted here Sunday at the
concluding session of the two-day
conference of 16 national organ-
izations, which was the largest
and most widely representative
gathering of American Jewish
leadership in many years.
The resolution was at variance
with the views of the State De-
partment on Israel's role in the
Middle East defense plans as pre-
sented to the conference by John
D. Jernegan. Deputy Assistant
Secretary of State. The five-point
program of the conference which
was opened here and which
heard Dr. Nahum Goldmann
charge that America's expulsion
of Israel from Middle East de-
fense arrangements was "self-de-
feating"called for:
A determined effort to bring
about direct negotiations between
Israel and the Arab countries and
the United States, looking to-
wards a peaceful settlement; the
suspension of arms shipments to
the Near East in the absence of
Arab-Israel peace, particularly in
view of the fact that arms are
not being given to Israel; the in-
clusion of Israel in any defense
arrangement for the region; con-
tinued economic and technical as-
sistance to Israel and the Arab
Continued on Page 2 A


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5manu-EI Pageant
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Ti EmanuEl have their sights
g .^,,1 he Temples huge
1 ', i i ol Liberty.' to be
J3 Sunday morning in the Tew-
r. maiB hall-
t.mra1 chairman is P.T.A. pres-
ent Mr- Benjamin N. Grene, who
uo'president of the area's rclig-
,|. RT.A.'s. Pageant
Srnan i- Mrs. Jb A G,a-
an Her co-chairmen for cos-
ime' are Mrs. Norman M. Ciller
|(l firs. Benjamin Klempner.
on iheir committee are the Mes-
phael K Yunes, Joel New-
nn Sherman R. Kaplan, Jerry
snio Henry H. Hillman. Jesse
Half*"1- Herbert Young, Lewis
iplam Abraham Kahn and Harry
rick
Ticket chairman is Mrs. Edgar Z.
Itnberg, with co-chairman Mrs.
crber; Kohen.
Their ticket committee includes
Mesdames Harriet Levine, Jo-
ih Kanter, Philip Mandel, Abra-
n Rothstein, Simon E. Rubin,
iul K empner and Harry Greer.
Mr- Abraham Kaufman is in
i,.: : props. Piano accompanist
Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan.
|"Lan ire 600 student body of Temple
ianu-El's religious school. Young
:ors range in age from five to 15.
ic stcry unrolls the drama of 15
nrations I Jewish life in Amer-
th David Cub Scout
ikes Top Music Award
Cub Scouts Pack 339, of Beth
vid Synagogue, held a talent
nte.-t at Beth David on Wednes-
|y evening
Tliie judges unanimously
fordid fir-t prize to 10-year-old
Vron Ma-- n of Mr. and Mrs.
Ward Mass. 2560 SW 19th ter.,
his piano rendition of a Sona-
i by Paul Sitler.
M>n has been studying piano
the pa-; three years with Mrs.
kid A. He-- ol 2190 SW 10th st.
Dr. Siker Visits Parents;
To Leave for England
Dr. and Mrs. Ephraim S. Siker
and their 17-month-old daughter
Kathy. returned this week to their
Pittsburgh home following a two-
week vacation spent, with Dr.
Bikers parents Dr and Mrs. Sam-
uel S. SJker, 1634 -Biarritz dr.
Dc. Ephrnlm fiiker Is assistant
professor of anaesthesiology at the
University of Pittsburgh and i> on
the teaching staff of Mercy Hos-
pital there.
He leaves with his family next
Sept. 28 for England, where he will
be an exchange professor at the
Welsh University and engage in re-
search for one year.
Women s Group to Nominate
Tropical Chapter 678, B'nai
B nth Women, will hold a business
and social meeting on Mar. 15 at
the Cadillac hotel. Slate of offi-
cers for the coming year will be
presented.
On Mar. 17. the chapter will hold
,a rummage sale at Steven s market.
Mrs. Therese Kronowit/. is chair-
man.
Monthly Meeting Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a monthly meeting on
Tuesday evening, Mar. 15, at Beth
David Congregation. Nominations
for officers for the coming year
will be presented. The social pro-
gram will highlight a philan-
thropic film, and a Purim skit will
also be presented.
Proceeds for Israel
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. president
Of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
announces a seventh anniversary
supper party on Sunday evening,
Mar. 13, at Beth El Congregation.
Proceeds are for the Children's
Village and Farm School in Ra-
nana, Israel.
Proceeds of Fashion Show
Slated for Hillel House
Greater Miami Alumni Associa-
tion of Iota Alpha Pi sorority held
a fashion show Thursday at the
Algiers hotel. Proceeds will go to
the Hillel House at the University
of Miami.
Chairman of the affair was Miss
Laura Freud. Miss Freud is also
national member-at-Iarge of Iota
Alpha Pi sorority and past presi-
dent of the Miami Alumnae Chap-
ter.
Working with her and heading
their own committees were the
Mesdames Henry Roman, tickets;
Bert Sager, fashion arrangements;
Eli King, publicity; Emanue Spon-
der, refreshments; and Julius Bear-
man, telephone.
Physicians' Wives Meet
Physicians' Wives Club of Great-
t er Miami met on Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Michael Gilbert, 444
i West Di Lido dr. Norman Graham,
of the Miami Public Library, re-
! viewed the novel, "The Bad Seed,"
by William March Campbell.
New Lodge Addressed
Director of the Florida Anti-De-
' famation League Office Gilbert
Balkin will address members of
the M. Aurel Rosin Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, at Sarasota on Monday eve-
' ning. The lodge was recently in-
, stalled as the 19th in Florida.
Balsam Twins Crowned
At Beth David Carnival
More than 600 students of the
Beth David religious school and
several hundred parents participat-
ed in a Purim assembly and car-
nival held Sunday at Beth David
Synagogue.
A Purim play, "Purimnct," pre-
sented by the confirmation classes,
told the story of Either.
Twins Nina and Alan, children of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, were
selected Queen and King. The
three-year olds were the youngest
Queen and King ever chosen at
Beth David.
Mrs. Ernest Sussman was carni-
val chairman.
Concert Artist Scheduled
At Mar. 15 Function
Goldie Sussman, concert artist
and former vocal soloist of Temple
Emanuel, New York City, will sing
Hebrew, Yiddish and English se-
lections at the community meeting
on Mar. 15 at Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Sussman, who is now a reg-
ular member of the choir at Coral
Gables Jewish Center, is also a
well-known radio artist.
The program begins at L':15 p.m.
and will feature an address by Dr.
Louis L. Kaplan, famed educator
and orator, who is making a spe-
cial flight from Baltimore to ap-
pear in this area under sponsor-
ship of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Spinoza forum Hears Two ,0cean ct- Allen Hooker; "orlTd
....... traveler and lecturer, and Dr. J.
"Man in Nature will be the ,, ... ,. ___..
topic of the lecture Saturday after-,M Mart,nez W,U the sPeakers-
noon at the Spinoza Outdoor For-'Dr. Martinez is the author of the
urn in the patio of the home of Dr. j book, "Man in Nature." Charles
Abraham Wolfson, 11th st. and | H. Lee will preside.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER not* in
tssow Sedorim Slated
Torah Temple Here
Hdnej Davidson, chairman of
1 ritual committee of Torah Tem-
p 1254 u ave.. this week, an-
lUJCi that Passover Sedorim and
?vices will be conducted at Torah
Implc on Wednesday and Thurs-
iv evening Vpr 6 and 7.
1 that the Temple
have indoor and outdoor din-
during the Passover celebra-
I. 0:ficiatin^ will be Rabbi Lou-
[A. Cassel and Rabbi A. M. Cassel.
Reservations tor the first two
ght> of Passover are now being
copied at the Temple office.
GMJCC Names Stein
House Committee Chairman
Louis A. Stein has been appoint-
ed house committee chairman of
the Town Branch, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, it was
announced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
GMJCC president and Bernard
| Weksler, chairman of the Branch
Planning Council.
Stein is president of the Cen-
ter's Amity 28 Club and a member
of the board of directors of the
agency.
Stein assumes his new position
with many years of building experi-
ence as a contractor in Washing-
ton, D.C. He has been a resident
of Miami for the past nine years
and has been active in many local
veteran and philanthropic organiza-
Noted Photographer Now
Practicing on Beach
Gene Troop, well-konw photog-
rapher, recently acquired the Mol-
Idan Studio at 404 16th st., Miami
I Beach.
The former owner of a three-
' studio operation, Craftsman Pho-
tographers in metropolitan north-
, ern New Jersey, says he got "Mi-
ami Beach sand in his shoes two
years ago while on vacation."
A former artist and a graduate
of Pratt Institute, Troop gave up
the paint brush in favor of the
camera. Besides being a portraitist
he is also an experienced commer-
cial photographer. Some of the
i leading accounts in the country he
j has done work for are General
Foods, Kaywoodie Pipe. Jacques
I Kreisler and Lever Brothers. He
has also done publicity photogra-
phy for Joyva Halavah, The Man-
ischewitz Co. and Palisades Amuse-
ment Park.
Troop will now offer his serv-
ices to residents and visitors of
Miami Beach.
Of special interest, are the wed-
ding portraits, which he features
in candid albums, as well as Stereo
3-D in full color. Briday newspaper
glouiM are always included at no
extra cost and at this particular
time a special free bridal gift.
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iltMiuiwL joc of Arch contempt lor the irm-
r-: s :: -rternabenui crr.;ry not irrportent as
one e -rare concerned with the sensa-
rrrol uspecs of the skirmish :tse'J rr.d w-.th
r:e .::.:.- Lsroel "he Gaze battle, as opposed
: emphasizes the breakdown among
leaden of their
sc.e unur_rr._-v -
:osev r*.coir-rs Sorrel
hatred
ascend ax:
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": e >.;--. S'ateas weH as the
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Garr s-os Egypiaa CoL Nasser's answer to
-e tone** concluded last week between Turkey
zr.z ~zz z oe-orv whirr s-rceisinglv reaffirms
"o-s.c r"\:_re-s :: \-.e Aror wools trwsrd Israel
:r-_er.:?; rcypt'i pos.uor os.
.e-ore: r: me Lecoue.
i'o-es rrov :.;ve rod seme ex-
p.ur__or .r.\. now :;: .u wrc:r.g of Arab
';.'-' --' -' 'z~- :*r~-r-v r.ave r.cr.e r.c-*-
Gaza was nothing more :.-.=- an ann-Uniled
^ -e-:r_rrr.;r. ~ra c; b wnich the outcome of mlernai Arab politics is
rurrenny re^g peeved.
M,"m' Florid,
DEAR &OV. COLLINS:
I want to thank tou for your rery *ans and detailed leu -1
-rtainly no need for you to be "humbly grateful." Whataw ^l
' worthy cossswnt I. as well as other writer*, have made aSw ^
, dearly deserved. The forthrightness and courage of your iS,1
j sassy questions are an indication of the reason for the troa ai-i
voters place in you Permit me. however, to take issue on a -il
i questions you raise in the matter of desegregation.
There can be no douot tnat tradition has granted the I'
Supreme Court the power to review the constitutionality <&ZL,
- since Marbury n. Madison, the right of this bo* to s^
made of our legal process a remarkable thing to behold. That, it,
lie well beyond significant possibility for any intelligent person to
tion the Supreme Court's recent decision on these term* Yet in
e bear the irrational observations of the disgruntled who
that the court has overreached itself in ruling against deiei
What is even worse, we are forced to behold a disheartening
f elected officials, sworn to uphold the Constitution .' the
, States, who now publicly vow they will defy the decision
There is no need for me. Got. {oHins, to remind yon of the
. meetings held by many such officials immediately after the
\ Court announced its decision on "separate but equal faculties" i
1 nation s public schoolsmeetings during which other*- i.^
leaders made all sorts of rash decisions and offered up a nri
| astonishing threats. Among them, if I may be so bold. wi< Go*
F Byrnes of South Carolinaa man who. in turn, was rr.ee
a member of the United States Supreme Court, a Seeretar-. of S
who represented our government at the Vans conference is 194s
I believe you will agree there is something Isdicr us aboati
a program for lasting peacea kind of peace embracing tne
of aii peoples and all racesand who now staunchly advocates 11
tsssssg system of segregation in the nation's public sehoob -It bl
-.: t fat hseksd ks i-^un-.e that thi< sort of brarer. a lletsssi
hsnesty. not only in Gov. Byrnes but also in others like
prmcmsii; contributed to the failure of our hope for pe;
. irree G of thee men. who met to "decide against" the Supreme Court 1
;- r r.j-tencal little threat as the record

IN YOUR letter to me. you enclose a statement cor.uiniaj
personal stand on the desegregation issue and say that y a bare
gone beyond these observations "for the reason that I think w*
be devoting our time and energy to things from which e can 1
more constructive results," Further talk about desegregati>n. y
the Supreme Tourt's derision remains in an t
only make the situation more difficult by stimulating the
May I humbly point out, Gov. CoUms. that the Ss
iC"* oeetaen is not -unsettled- at all. that it is a remaruhlr d|
ruling unanimously handed down by- its nine members ssd taata]
^JHngsii on the part of certain states and certain -pvie>c*ii|
' accept it alone creates the prevalent confusion.
This means that these states, as well as their leaders are
, eoseersed with arriving at a personal kind of constitutionality
Itrust you will agree with me there is a good deal bitterly ama
j "*" Position. Indeed, in other areas of current socio^ pc BUd 1
nasnes. we are prone to equate what has been called maverick
1 viosausm with subversion As a matter of fact. I can see little
ence between the self-righteous bigot who. although be .
: r:h*N*r-. prepared to defy the Supreme Court (thtOi
2*5" name of "keeping him in his place" and the com
aetnested to the task of undermining our government because
..eves he is alone in his exalted feelings toward humar
*
I cant help feeling Gov Collins, that there
is a gc
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TheHt
a rwen~.
BSSC' -z
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-es hstentb anniTerscrv on
-r r*er. oroanissd in 1945 with
rrrxxnrv. The honor given the
" =- Area _s weer signih-
emarkable achueve-
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than a
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GiHScowtWeek
^ha ^ G_-l Scout "A'eeic or
-- :-e r-rs ored drorrotisj nHfassl osperts sj
Bswta-.rrol Zz. 5ccu: rroaro- Trerre o: :be
19S5 observonce -* "BehereBekmgBuild."
Oper_ng me week was Girl Scout Sabbath
on Mar. 5. This prmimlar service is a valuable
iMsturrer :^::^* I r:_-.os -_re ys-.-g -_-U of
the notion to the synagogueto the Jewish
House of Worshipand to participating in a
-^--.."" svrrrc. of cosmmmm^-mindednsss.
In this sense the Gal Scout movement is an
istneiUkil iorce in American hie. For in addi-
to lenrtimg our youth the alteration of a
. ssind anoV body, it ssspgosts the need fcxr
thot most contmue to grow if the free world will
fcrrire.
RMnedfrom further talk about desegregation if onlv to discourage I
Ugogues. whom we apparently both fear For out of that talk
p!S-P^f^!Z tho* ""inactive results toward which
, 2>0*wZ_?,^*^^e<, "^"utionahty. it seems to me. ma% be .
nonai Mow by the verbal stripping away of equallv per al law 1
eUredin the matter of civil liberties It true, for example, that f
^spreme Court in 1883 reversed and held unconstnutioru: the
?i^JiPT,"*t *" c,tiwns in *r civil and legal right. The t
of the decuaon was to leave the Negro to the mere, of the *. era! u* ,\tL Harlan stated in a notable dissenting opintfl
ZZ\? f^eB remrt *** *** U*mofore held in bondage, to ]
several states for such protection, in their avil rights*
a J* if *?*" GT CoUuts- ,hat P1**** Ferguson in 1896 profsu
vn^lLlr.^SSVlgm car or compartment assign***
tumat Z2\?? *! SuDre,* C*^ "eld the Louisiana Uw cons*
liv SJS3I d?tar cor*^M^Sl!ILihe "W',U, but Pste- soctnne currently at
core of the desegregation conflict.
^t!HfLV^ Ut* ^ ^^ Ju,u Vinaon. on June 5. 1950. in *!
CourT i?-ri! rM! ""* doctrtn en he reversed the Suprt*
ShSel PaT^ ",the CM* f Hw~B "-rt*- Swe-tt rs Theoph*
Krsenle 4 1 ^c.rt1^ <**r Pertinent cases, that of Shelley*
stEved hUnitf L** 1M8>: "E^*! PcotectJon of the laws k ]
I*S .i^S*!f nece^rt o^LT1 H*rian ^ day and V in son in ours deemed*
Sv^Sn" !? ^ ,n.,U,e '** cnuoguea And I certainly WJ
ST their ?J >0U W,U ""^^ consider the advantage of folio**
I hive h2?tL?Z SU" you nnU w"ls in your letter to *
mo Lw\1 "5 f ,a,e ,hat Pe^P* I "*" m*kc my "J*
course to aSnT".w ^lh '" du* **spect."t seems infinitely *l
course to adopt than that of maintaining silence.
schooU ^ $ta,ed1,P"tedly ... I favor segregation in our pu* j
Bum don-Tnlr^ WUI reme"b*'- "other isrtof your letter tost
that it .? ^'. }"u *" "tionalise such istand with the reasrt,
Pledge ,0 u^H.,Kr,10rHU's custWB "*!--- ^ r!^r!,
thTT cJtom */Vh* Uwlul P0*"- of Governort office to pre^
oZSSTigr1" (beC,US" ^'"^ Co-stituuon. h *
kiiid ^"'..SK11* history *lre> "tested the significance of*
ffthl S?i2Jr* i ^ UA *S- Court^con B^
beins nl^Jconstitutionality which. I am sure, you **2
cal to the spirit and the purpose of oar Federals**

Justify
finally s*1*^
WPwCTPOttr.


LnAY, MARCH 11. 1955_
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Egypt Threatens
tenewal of War
fith Jewish State
Continued from Pa 1 A
Ascribed as "unprecedented," was
U| soon after the clash by the
LJniled Nations Truce Supervision
JUanization at Jerusalem. The
hinprcci'd'-nted" feature of the
ommunique was that it was issued
,cfore the Egyptian-Israel Mixed
Jrmistice Commission had estab-
lished the facts and even before
Egypt had filed a protest with the
(jamission.
At UN headquarters here vari-
ous delegations expressed amaze-
Lent at the speed with whigh the
Cffice of Gen. E. L. Burns, UN
Chief f Staff, seemed ready to
ondemn Israel in connection with
he flare-up of fighting along the
Baza strip Gen. Burns himself per-
onally undertook an investigation
ater
In both capitals, special Cabinet
Lesions considered the situation
Inn" both launched intensive diplo-
natic campaigns with the goal of
he Egyptian condemnation of Is-
rael by the Security Council.
In Jerusalem. Premier Moshe
lharctt. speaking from the forum
|f the Israel Parliament, proclaim-
that as long as Egypt insists
Ipon claiming a state of war exists
kith Israel in violation of its obli-
gations under international law, it
nust face the consequences."
He noted that such consequences
Delude armed clashes and bloody
attics"" and charged that Egypt
lad provoked them. It is up to
pjypt. he continued, to decide be-
een the present state of affairs
vith all the losses and perils with
khich it is fraught" and complete
Ibstention from any acts of hos-
plity and scrupulous fulfillment of
he terms of the armistice agree-
bent.
Col. Nasser, in a speech in Cairo,
eplied by threatening that Egypt
kould "give Israel a lesson they
f\\\ never forget."
Col. Nasser declared that the
Egyptian Army had been instruct-
to meet force with force. "I
(till remember how the Security
Council let us down previously and
lelped ihe Jews achieve their ends.
from now on, we will not rely on
ne Security Council and its reso-
ution-." he asserted.
Taking cognisance of Premier
Shared warning voiced in the Is-
rael Parliament that Egypt must
tface the consequences" of her
bmpaign ol hostilities against the
Jewish State, the Egyptian dictator
aid: I heard Sharett's warning
lesterday, but I wish to confirm
lhat we never forget harm done to
He said Israel did not win the
1948 war. "UN resolutions were
pe victor If we enter this battle,
*e shall make up for the past,
Knowing we are defending our hon-
or, our fatherland and our duty."
Symposium on Life
Slated by Council
"Symposium on Jewish Family
Life" has been announced by the
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women."
Mrs. Harry Rogers, study group
chairman, this week said ihe sym-
posium will mark the Tercentenary
celebration of Jewish settlement in
the United States.
The home of Mrs. Harry Barn-
hard, 355 North Hibiscus dr., will
be the site for a symposium meet-
ing Friday morning. Appearing as
panelists will be Robert Mayer and
Mrs. Maurice Serotta. Recorder will
be Mrs. Irving Wexler.
Consultants for the symposium
are Albert Comanor, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau, and Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, West Miami Jewish Center
spiritual leader.
A previous session of the sym-
posium was held here last week at
the home of Mrs. Burton Goldstein,
109 4th ter., Rivo Alto Island. Par-
ticipating were Mrs. Sam Berlin
and Mrs. M. Margolis, with Mrs.
Sam Gcrtman acting as recorder.
Masquerade Due
At Beth David
Walls of Beth David auditorium
will resound to the music and com-
edy of the congregation's annual
Purim play Saturday night, Mar.
12. Sponsored by the Sisterhood,
the affair will be a masquarade
and dance.
Highlighting the evening's enter-
tainment will be the presentation
of the musical, "What Happened
in Shushan?" under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Louis Rosenson.
King Ahasuerus will be played
by Murray B a u m who has
been a part of the local amateur
theatre groups for many years.
Mrs. George Saluk, who is Queen
Esther, is a member of the Beth
David Choir.
The cast also includes the Mes-
dames Michael Covin, Samuel Ba-
danas, Charles Spingarn, Albert
Dubler, Max R. Silver and Jack
Donnerstag. Mrs. Phil .Abrams is
accompanist. Male roles will be
portrayed by Robert Purisch, as
Mordecai, and Charles Spingarn as
Haman.
Ballet class will make their
premiere appearance. Dancers in-
clude Mrs. Frank Rose, Mrs. Max
Jacobson. Mrs. Jerome Gordon,
Mrs. Jack Emmer and Mr. Eman-
uel Schon.
Music will be furnished by Jack
Donnet and his orchestra. Prizes
for the most authentic Purim cos-
tumes, the funniest and the most
original, will be awarded. Judges
are Mrs. Harry Gordon, Herb
Scher and Louis Schwartzman.
Decorations are under the super-
vision of Mrs. David Parnes. Mrs.
Louis Schwartzman is chairman of
the affair.
BUENOS AIRES FRIENDLY
David Singer to Mark 81st Birthday
At Gables Home of Son Tuesday Eve
I David Singer's 81st birthday will
I be celebrated on Tuesday evening,
: Mar. 15, at a dinner party in the
. home of his children. Mr. and Mrs.
William D. Singer, 6945 Granada
iblvd.. Coral Gables.
Singer, who has been a Miami
resident for the past 13 years, re-
siding at 1786 SW 10th st., will
: be guest of honor with his wife.
I In addition to the William D. Sing-
ers, others children present will be
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Singer and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Olkes, Miami; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Singer, Cleveland,
O.; and Mr. and Mrs. David Gold-
stein, Youngstown, O.
An unusual feature of the birth-
day party is the fact that Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Goldberg, of 1754 SW
I 15th st., Mrs. William D. Singer's
j parents, will also be guests of hon-
jor, marking Mr. Goldberg's 76th
i birthday.
David Singer, originally from
Cleveland, is a retired liquor busi-
ness operator and recently return-
ed from a trip to Buenos Aires, Ar-
gentina, made with the W. D.
Singers. Purpose of the trip was to
attend the wedding of grandfather
Singer's nephew.
His sister settled in Argentina in
1904, as part of a proposed farm
jWicipants >" Beth Ddvid Synagogue's annual Purim play on
w. 12 include (first row. left to right) the Mesdames Charles
fPwqarn. Phil Abrams and Max R. Silver. Second row are the
anrfi es Michal Covin. Louis Schwarteman. George Saluk
a Louis Rosenson. Third row are Robert Purisch. Charles
pm9arn. Murray Bourn. Mrs. Albert Dubler and Phil Abrams.
DmvU Sim ft
for passports here. "We weren't
even allowed to take cameras along
with us. We stayed in a Buenos
Aires hotel. But actually, we went
everywhere, and most of the peo-
ple we met were quite friendly."
David Singer described Friday
evening services in a beautiful
Buenos Aires synagogue "where
most everyone spoke Yiddish
colony for Jewish settlement. "My \ including the youngsters, who ap-
sister raised ten children there," | parently read and write it. We saw
he explained. "This was the last Yiddish newspapers everywhere."
of the unmarried sons."
He said that they had all been
warned not to speak with strangers
in Argentina, when they applied
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>Lmi FRIDAY. MARn.
WHji
Groom's Brother
Officiates at Ellis,
Leifman Wedding
Rcr.ee FJhs and Harvey leifman
are now hooey mooning
and wont be at home. 24 Fhnun-
( pi. until March 20
They were mamcrt Sunday
V.'
on ceremony. ith
Morion Leifman. broe

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3eaaor Iwrti hot* of bo are
Mrs. Hrrvey Itri*
Miss BohrerWeda
Mr. .hick Shapirn
Miss Theda Ph;; Boh,,,
sixpence in her h for (^
I she became the bride of H*
, piro Sunday at 3 ., n .?
| tiers hotel "f
Mr. Shapiro brought the ,
back from Europe her '
stationed daring j w^.
Thebnde,sthP iaughterj,
and Mrs. Henrii- Bohrer
Drexel ave. M Beaek
chose for her wedding a
satin. w;th il!u-. .
in lace em-
liants and pearl -
A Juliet cap. h- tltrej
She carried h
Bible. borrtwc : Mrs.
Shapiro, her m;'
the bridegroom -
Flouer girls er
and Jane Shapir
bridegroom
Morris Shapir
as bevt man for h
ers included
brother of the and
* ham Shapiro, brol
groom. Maiverne. L !
Rabbi Irving
nuptrial service. r...
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PERSONALLY Z&iXSS
leaders from
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Prominent Jewish leaders from ^V JS^T
>:pma Sigma serurr? <;*ers of all over the ration are now vaca- J0 "^
an* were briesr-a: i- Sandy twe:ng at Waldman' hotel Among c
Banveli her cousin, was ring them are Louis Dinner, of Greely.
> --: president of Beth Israel Con-
Bess man for his brother, from gregation and chairman of the
Tapeka. Kam. was Melwn Leifman Greely DM for the past 16 years:
Usfters included David Krcnberg Mrs. Fanny Sachs of New York.
Bernard Ellis, the bride's vice president of Beth David Hos-
Cakd
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make their home Mr Shapir* |
the son of Mr and Mrs. W|
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ier Miss Trudie Lawrence was pital. the Riverside Chapter of the
' saintst. Women's League for Israel and the
A reception followed at Wald- Daughters of Israel and a member
mas> hotel. of 29 Jewish charitable and civic
Sewlywed Mr* Leifman gradu- organiiations: and Harry Kahn. of
a:e-i from Miami High School and Dayton. O treasurer of the Dayton
the I of Miami The JWLvn Federation for 17 year*.
groom attended North High School P*st president and present treasur-
Minneapolis Minn the Univer- er **ih Abraham Synagogue
( Minnesota and-the Univer-
I Miami. He is presently as- Prominent Jewish leaders vaea-
socated with Berry's Inc. tioning at Waldman s hotel include
------------------------------ Mr and Mr* Jacob Rabinovitz, of
Zambler, Berkow itz b^**"*- >*. Mrv Raiwmti
,, .,.. P-'t chairman of the Murachi
III K .IllIlC nlttB orgaanatjon of Brookline Mr Ra-
Rose Zambler. 4430 Alton binoritt is president of the Zionist
ri M:im: Beach, will become Mrs OrgaBixation of New England, trea-
Cbaries C Detkowiu in June surer of the Boston Home for the
The bndeelect ts the daughter Aged and director of Beth Israel
of Mr and Mrs. Harry W Zambler. Hospital Also at Waldman's is Mr.
of HoUis. Loag Island Her fiance's and Mrs Benjamin Lavm. of Chi-
partErs are Mr and Mrs Harry tag Mrs Larin is former presi-
Berkow-.n of Brooklyn. N Y dent of the Chicago Bi^tli and
I graduate of Far Rockaway chairman of the Hadasuh Medical
High School in Long Island and a Center building fund drive Mr.
giber of Sigma Tau sorority. Lavin is a director of the Hebrew
Miss Zambler attended Queens and Theological College.
Brooklyn College.
Mr Beikoniu has a BS degree From Kew Gardens NY at
from New York University
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die Cohen U Mr.
Boberman's Bride
TV mamage of Mis Gold* Co-
hen, daughter of Mr and V
often, former Baltimore rcm-
** a^ now of Miami, to Albert
Boberman. son of Mr *nd Mrs
Nathan Boberman. Coral Gables,
took place Sunday Feb 20 a: Beth
-
Rabbi S nftj performed
** by a reception
The bride, escorted br her par-
**. wore a bmllenna-leagtk gown
f white lace wh an extremetT
Ml pirated skin The bride also
wwre a f inter-Us length tulle veil
SSSr.U^ ?y* Home is Site
<*MttTfl*^eoft*^SL Sunday for Party
The attendant*, attired in tden- Mr and Mrs. Stanley C Mserv
uenl on of ice bine peam oe "* entertaining Sunday afternoon. ^lk Mr* Minn* Wollson of
*. De- Mar IS. with a cocktail part, SW ie,h ter. Miami, where
Mark. sa*er*-law of the bonor of Mrs Myers" brother'and' !* "^ for the first time in
??L*^ ** S^?^"- Dr'1-*1 Pentx ? >**" Mrs. Hilda
Charlotte Maaoiiu. Scheinberg lassel and Mrv a, Jaeokn^af
Dr Schenkerg and his family = Uw>oL and Mrs. Norm, Ror,.
man was Dan-;***_** trned home after iti"* Dblaa. Ireland. Mr*. Want.
*** "* ^!!!^!L?!?,* *** U.S "L"? brother. Jo-
and Sam- -VT*1 ** h assume the no- ?*** Horowitx. She wiU be n
*"* .*** "** A*5***" Proies- for *** ""Whs ^^
Ml"11 the University
Waldman s are Mr and Mrs. J
Sekwalke. where Mrs. Schwalbe is
vxe prendein of the Union of Or-
thodox Congregations of Greater
X*w York and president of the
Kew Gardens Synagogue Ladies'
Auxiliary Mr Schwalbe is presi
j dent of the synagogue.
ft ft
Vacationing at the Motel Ankara
are leading Jewish workers from
Evidence RI. Mr and Mrs Paul
H RousJm Mrs Rouslm is a mem
ber of the women's committee of
Brandeis Unmrmty, the Miriam
"- A-ciation. the Jewish
Home for the Aed. Temple Beth
FJ Sisterhood and Women s Jewish
Council Mr Rooslin is active m
. any of these organizations
Vacationing at Bay Harbor are
Mr and Mr* Lou,* Pcterman. sis- -
r and brother-in-law of Mr* Eha
Beck 2331 SW 19th H House
uen o, Mrs Beck Mr. Ediih Kap-
^n- has teft for a bnef vacation in
Havana. Cuba
mrt. Joe* $*'
Off on a trip to England this
. lo Mark Anniversary
Medical School
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Beach Concerts Feature
Singers, Instrumentalists
P.T.A. Meets on Beach
Soprano Livia Tartaglia and Alf
Dyrnes, tenor, will be featured in
a concert Saturday evening at Pier
Park. Fern Sherman will be accom-
panist.
Sponsors of the affair, Miami
Beach Recreation Department, also j
announce a concert Wednesday i SotlZ Will Speak
i .1 ii,,, i.....,...i.i..-
P.T.A. of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion met Thursday evening to dis-
cuss parent-teacher associations in,
the elementary and Hebrew
schools. Participating were the
Mesdames Gilbert, Aboulatia, Berg-
man, Friedman and Behar.
evening. Mar. 16, at the Community
Center. Featured will be Ida Roller,
soprano; Sarah Goodman, mezzo-
soprano; Maiman Chassin, Israeli
singer; -and Olga Bibor Stern, ac-
companist.
Harry Sonz, Miami Beach real-
tor, will address members of the
Beth Jacob Teen Agers on Tuesday
evening. Mar. If), at the congrega-
tion.
woqranhod following their election aa office rs of the Greater Miami Section, National Coun-
cil Jewish Women, last week at a meeting in Koubeck Center are (left to right) the Mesdames
ite Selig, third vice president; Jean C. Lehman, president; Burton B. Goldstein, second
. president; and Samuel Gertman, first vice president. Council Sabbath will be marked
jay evening in pulpits throughout the Greater Miami area. Speaking at Coral Gables Jew-
Center will be Mrs. Meyer Maskin. Mrs. Leo Ackorman will address worshippers at
ip!e Israel. In the pulpit at Beth David will be Mrs. Leon Kaplan. .________________________
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tor Three Here
J a reception given at her Pine-
Irir. home last week in honor
\of. Julius M. Rogoff, national
president of American Friends
he Hebrew University, Mrs.
Orossinger was named
It Lady in Miami."
tiled "First Man in Miami,"
1 David Provus. According to
Oida Rubin, Greater Miami
ter president, "both have dc-
their interest and under-
pins to Israel's only univer-
kme 60 persons attended the re-
Ion, including Joseph Mazer,
|of the nine American Jews re-
pre-onted with a Hebrew
lersit) Fellowship at Hunter
ege in New York.
Jlroducins- Prof. Rogoff, Mrs.
in said that the guest of honor
Surprise Shower
"is one of the great names in medi-
cal education and research.
Prof. Rogoff has served as pro- Fifty guests surprised Miss Ro-
fessor in physiology in such insti- berta Greenfield Saturday night,
tutions as Western Reserve, Uni- Her aunt, Mrs. Jack Lobell. was
versity of Chicago and was director hostess at the surprise bridal show-
of the laboratory at the school of n her home. 5630 Pine Tree dr.,
medicine on the campus of the Uni
Torah Temple
1254 \\'i-r Avi-m I Miami BEACH
Now Accepting Reservation* for
Passover Sedorim
Coudtulcil by
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and BOYS' CHOIR
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of five internationally renowned
physicians who have been made a
national honorary member of Phi-
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is the discoverer of adrenal cortical
hormone in its purified form and
and successfully elaborated the
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plinei of the Fared of America
etfl Meet oe MoBosy evefttB, Mar
14. at the Repabbean Crab
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*amt% Abe Antavf.' I H Euen
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t* Herwaz. Jacob Katr
Stl Matu Kmaaler. let an Rap-
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Mm. Abraham Mitchell u accoM-
PMMt Makeup artut will be Mr*
!>-zark.
Al--, ir.nouoce4 m that Mr-
Abe Finet//rje and Mn
Happen will be hottew^ it a dev
incheon M W'tdw-
Mar l in the synagogue
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Porty fo Honor Rabbi
Tiwcregataan will honor Rab-
RAbMewiex of M5 Mer
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- .mittee in charge of arrange-
menu include Babbu Joseph Ra-
ckorsky. Jonah Caplan S Krolo-
wrtt. M. Kau and Re\ S Cooper.
Also assisting are A Fi.iestone,
J R//enblum S Hill. J. L Stein-
berg. I Diamond. L Wasserstrom
and I Kramer.
Albert
Cemmrtteemon
the Home Builders Association of
South Honda, has been named to
the executive committee of the
Delation of Home
Builder- Hi. appointment wa- an
Smith, new NAHB president.
Bitter to Discuss
Stokowski, Youth
Season s sixth musical preview
of the Symphony Clab of the I>.:
versrry of Miami will be held on
Friday monung. Mar 11. at the
Miami Woman- Club
Harold Daviv preview chair
man. hasMutounced that John Bit-
ter, conductor and dean
School of Bmc at the
of lb p*ak M S okowsi'i
and American Sou
Mr Bitter i- MWiMt con-
ductor with St ok *-ki on an all-
youth orchestra tour of South
America in 1M0
Stokowski. now in Miami, will
conduct the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra in a pair of
concerts Sunday and Monday eve-
Edward Clarke will present the
hour-long program, which will be
followed by a buffet luncheon for
Symphony clubbers and their
guests.
30OHl A"F"VESARY CELEBRATION 0'
JWUm JEWISH SETTLEMENT IN AMERICA
"AmericaMother of Exiles'
Nrrre a cast of m pmm
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Sbmsby, Merck 20, 1955 1:15 pan.
Mjami Beoch A'iln
M i ( i m I I .
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CM TOMBL Mwsic OirectM
SAMtrU KEUMH Cawhw
MAKAIET TOMEN. HmmiH p*T
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JUD:TH TOUMCEtMAN assd
MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY SINGElfl
EN TOMEN. CtW.ctsr MAKAtET TOMEN, Hm*\
Important Utvrury Event
The I. L Peretz and David Edelstadt Reading
Mi .// in M r4itk lifMtar* mmd Caftan fa N J rht praaiiaeaf fmhb pmt mmd BMM1 Secretary fat TIB
THIS SUMMY EVEMM6 AT 1:30 fJL. a*
429 Lenox Aveowe, Mfami Beach
"?' he sanrad fraea 4 to pjsv.
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William L. Fox, president of Polan-Katz Umbrella Co.. Balti-
more, Md., relaxes during hia Miami Beach vacation at the
Starling hoteL Jack Lebau, Miami's state racing commissioner
engages Fox in conversation at the oceaniront resort
WEPR,^>L,Tu^S,ENT SbtemtU OUR GUEST CONDLCTOR
IH UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN IITTW, Conductor
Leopold Stokowski
GUEST CONDUCTOR
(phoqAatn,
Toccoto ond Fugue in 0 Minor Bach-Stoko^1
Wcin Jcsu Bach-Stoko>.s.'
Possacagho Ond Fugue C bach Sfok '
P'cludc ond L.cbcstod VNogncr
Symphony Nn |v Tchoi- -
Sunday. March*13
Miami Beach Auditorium at 8:30
Monday, March 14
Uade County Auditorium at 8:30
*>** Tickets:
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JemistrMcSar
HUpAY. MARCH
11,19
Roth, Gordon Named to Direct X Day'
Solicitation of Combined Appeal on 27th
community leader* hate Bant. after
-,eee caned to direct the Coaaarn- has bee* d
?d Jrwi*h Appeal -C Day" door-to- sjrsc?
dear sclactiaooa oa Sam-da*. Mar. iron the l"c.<
ol awl
CamaaiSB cr lirei San J. Hev bere He was
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i- vice president of Hibis-
cus. Pain-, and Star Wand Home
nj \--^ciation
been a re -i dent of
-ir.ee 1925 and i an im-
e past president of Beth
Congregation, a- \*!:
- and
the Zionist Organization. He be-
longs to Hibiscus Masonic Lodge.
Knights of Pythias and many other
trade, cine and fraternal as
txms I ^-etor of the Gordon
y
:ai Beach His wife. Jent.e. wi':l
le cimpaignicg attiaijj at luj
' the next four weeks prior
-CDay.~ assisting with vofaav
tter recra.an. ,r.g to
'.egasin* the army of wwieis
Both men have asked volunteer-
to gire -oae day to CJa
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A ajaeti
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fiortk Dade Residents Mop
Pleas for CM Participation
V-irri
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s behalf
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wSfkiJr^ FeWmcm left greet. Combined Jewish Appeal
Tl*^ atasoc,a, m *" **.6201 Casaaedo.Cored GaSi
Helping to organzas the CIA drive in Ftagas-Cranada
are Benjamin Jonas. Harold Straxnpf and Joe "
Chai Luncheon Hits
CJA Totals Beyond
Million Dollar Mark
More than 500 en' ea> ,
en at the Combined Jewish Appeal
-cheoo boosted 'he cam-
paign total past the million dollar
nark on Moada> noon at the Al-1
r>er- batel
Spurred onward by the inspired
addresses of Mr* Eeanor Abrams.
former world's welterweight cham-
pion and Guadalcanal hero
Barney Bass and Jennie Gro-singer.
lac assemblage raised nearly $23.-
000 to nudge the CJA totals past
the miUioa dollar figure
J Heiman. campaign chair-
man, and Mrs Samuel Simonhoff.,
Worn** aoa chairman, at-
^ the brilliant affair, con-
gratulated the audience for their
"devotion and generosity in the
closing weeks of the record-smash-
Mrs Abrams. of New York City,
distinguished lecturer, editor and
noted authority on foreign affairs,
told the overflow audience that
"Israel will never resort to aggres-
sioobut Israel must resort to self-
defense
"These people who have out-
lived Hitlen-m want to live in dig-
-. freedom and in usefulness
We want to live in peace with you.
fte l-raeli say to their neighbors,
but the .Arab nations do not want
peace, -he declared.
Mr- Samuel T Sapiro displayed
a special "Grandchildren s Scroll"
ir.-cnbed with the name- of all
grandmothers present who dedicat-
ed their contribution in tne name
of their grandchildren to su-tain
the >oung lives of Israel youth.
Mr- SdI Silverman. chairman of
the "i/hai Plu- luncheon, paid
tribute to the humanitarian serv-
nt- performed by Mr- (in.-singer
in behalf of countless philanthro-
pies organizations and worthv in
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Jennie Grossinger (center! reads telegram of congratulc _
al "Chail" luncheon sponsored by Women's Division of flUl
Combined Jewish Appeal. More than 500 persons were oj
hand to honor Mrs. Grossinger far her long record c: humani-l
tarian service. Shown (left) is comedian Emil Cohen ar.d -nghfll
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Standing cae Mrs. Samuel S.moabclj
Mrs. Sol Silverman. "Chai" chairman, and Mrs. Elear.cr Ah-I
rams, cl New York, guest speaker.
Radio, TV Programs Bring CJA Messages
The George Jessel film. "Adven-
ture In Israel." was telecast on
WTVJ Saturday afternoon followed
Sunday by a 15 minute film. 'Days
to Remember." featuring Jaatfei
William O. Douglas
Speakers will apear on radio sta-
tion! WWPB. WMBM and WMIE
on Sunday. Mar 13. and Sunday.
Mar 20 Heiman is -cheduled to
deliver a radio talk on station
dividual. The Women's Diviion
presented Mr- Gros-inger with a
gold charm as a token of their es-
teem.
Mrs David Provus delivered the
invocation.
WQAM Wednesday Mar 23. i"
8.53 pm. This addre- nil
heard by more thar
house parties convent -. 'A>
day evening to race final
stniction- for "C Da>
Another radio addrc--
uled for 9 p.m.. Wedi
, 23. over Station WKAT.
Radio tnd televi-i ir proj
are being launched in the
Miami area urging men and i
to enroll as volunteer- Ity*
Sunday. Mar. 27.
According to campa .- tha
Sam J Heiman. full c-perataaj
being extended to CJA Dy
and TA' facilities in thi- corn
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ee-_nc a*, home of Miami "C Day" cha'rman Harry Gordon Ends these workers sub-J
5 ^creeses to chairman Sam Heiman 'center!. Shown deft to right! cue Abe Seltzer, M|
-r.-.-er Meyer Schwcrj. Heiman. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Oscar Zelrzer. Irving Seal end RoM
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ktf Leo Harris
JjeBarMitzvah
I u 1*0 Harris, son of Mr. and
l'\ L^J Harris, 6247 SW 10th
UJ, become Bar Mitzvah on
f V Lrnin" at West Miami
KSTMS Alfred Wax-
twill officiate.
j jSj, seventh grade student
B Miami Junior HiRh School,
'he is a member of the re-
band He also attends West
mi Jewish Center religious
, an(| is active in the junior
nation. He is a patrol leader
I Scout Troop 328.
rfriihh follows services. A re-
L in honor of the Bar Mitz-
Lj!l be held Saturday evening
|he Center.
oul ,,| town guests arc
Mrs Sidney Harris, of
Lburnh, Pa., and Mrs. Sarah
(Ik of New York City.,
nvid's grandmothers, Mrs. So-
Rosenthal and Mrs. Bcckie
Will he hostesses at the
Shabbat following late Friday
ttt.
lorris Harri- is chairman of the
committee of the West
David Leo Harris
Miami Jewish Center, and Mrs.
Harris is a member of the board of
the Sisterhood there.
Tercentenary Pageant Due At
A musical pageant in celebration
of the 300th anniversary of Jewish
settlement in America will be pre-
sented on Sunday evening. Mar. 20,
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
The script. "America, Mother
of Exiles," was written by Na-
thaniel Norsen Weinreb, author of
three best sellers.
The script, written especially for
the celebration program, is a docu-
mentary of the contribution the
Jews have made to America since
1654. The dramatic production,
with a c>t of 80 performers, hi
being presented by the Miami
Beach Community Singers.
Sid Caaael, ol the Grove Play-
house and Biltmore Theatre, is pro-
duction director. Included in the
ire Bob Lyons anil Pal Brom-
berg. Ben Yomen is music direc-
tor, as well as conductor of the
Miami Beach Community Singers.
He has been a choral conductor
and composer for the past 20 years
and has appeared in Carnegie Hall
and Town Hall, of New York City,
as well as other leading concert
halls throughout America.
Beach Auditorium
His composition, "Wandering,"
will provide the background theme
music. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of
Temple Beth Sholom, is baritome
soloist and Meline Kulhanjian, so-
prano soloist. Judith Youiigerman
will do the choreography and ap-
pear with her group of 15 modern
interpretative dancers.
She will be accompanied by the
Choral Group. Hy Fried, organist
for Temple Beth Sholom and ac-
companist for the Miami Beach Re-
creation Department, and Margaret
Yomen, pianist of the Yomen Music
Studio and former student at Jul-
liard School of Music, will provide
the accompaniment for the entire
production.
Contribution that Jewish corn-
have made to America \wll
be represented by Irving Berlin.
George Gershwin, Avrohom Gold-
faden, Max Helfman, Yosele Rosen-
blatt. Boruch Shor. Sigmund Rom-
berg, Jerome Kern, Manna-Zucca
and Yomen. '
Other participants include Pat
Bromberg, John Behney, Bob
Brenner, Bob Lyons, Dr. Louis Pe-
soland, Carl Leibeskind, Gary Ro-
vin. Rose Rovin, Lou Tanner, Mar-
lene May and Irving Rudley.
Toy Rubin, son ol Mr. and
s. Joseph Rubin, will cele-
te his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
Emanu-El on Saturday,
i. 12. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
\m will officiate. The cele-
fmt is an eighth grade stu-
nt at Miami Beach Junior
gh School and is a fourth
ade student in the daily re-
|ious school of Temple
u-El.
Dl Lido
Michael L. Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard H. Miller,
10021 East Broadview, Bay
Harbor Islands, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. A reception and dinner
are scheduled in Michael's
honor Saturday evening at
the Algiers.
On Saturday, Mar. 12, the Bar
Mitzvah of Harvey J. Kelman
will take place at the Israelite
Center. Harvey is a student
of the Israelite Center religi-
ous school and attends Shen-
andoah Junior High. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Kelman. For the Bar Mitzvah,
relatives and friends have
come from Hartford and New
Haven, Conn., and New York
City.

('..-ii,. Troop
Edward Pottlitzer, son of Mrs.
Faye Pottlitzer and Jack Pott-
litzer, was Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El on Satur-
day. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated. Edward is an
eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High
School and is in the graduat-
ing class of the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
"" Academy students will honor the American-Jewish Tecentenary with the presentation of a 30-minute cantata. Our
pntage," over WTVJ Sunday, Mar. 13, at 11:30 a.m. Those participating are: Jay Miller, Valerie Mamches, Nathaniel Zemel,
rjng Kelemer, Seymour Spoiler, Dorothy Nariess, Harvey Fin kelstein, Gloria Brickman, Marahall Brown, Ronald Deblinger,
per Fensterheim, Harvey Finkelstein, Leonard Finkelstein, L eon Firtel. Evelyn Gartenberg, Sara Gili, Hillel Glover, Howard
fO'dman, Carolyn Gray, Helen Herz, Daniel Honig, Gail Imbe rman, Ira Imberman. Sandra Katz, Edith Kaufman, Sean Kaui-
"mmel, Stuart Kimmel. Peter Klein, Charles Koch, Jay Makovsky. Larry Nadler. Ann Grace Yedlin Eileen
Pollack, Yona Porush, Faith Reinhard, Sanford Reinhard, Melvin Safra, Arthur Spolter, Seymour Spolter,
[-"roan. Carolyn Gray, Helen Herz, Daniel Honig, Gail Imbe rman, Ira Imberman. bandra itatz, taitn Raurman, mbuu-
|an, Stanley Kimmel, Stuart Kimmel. Peter Klein, Charles Koch, Jay Makovsky. Larry Nadler, Ann Grace Yedlin Eileen
|uMoaum, Rita Pollack, Yona Porush, Faith Reinhard, Sanford Reinhard, Melvin Safra, Arthur Spolter, Seymour Spolter,
'nah Stadlan, Ellen Weiss, Greta Wolfe, Irving Wolfe. Rita Benenfeld. The Cantata is under the direction of Miriam Don-
^^Academy musical director, and Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics director.________l_________________________________
IE TERCENTENARY STORY
"*. IK*. bjr Amtrleul j,wiMh
22. Jews Serve the South
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR
Illustration* by AURICE del BOURGO
cWUAHMJ"*"Zr 'MPORTAAT
* SOUTHS SECRETARY
Oe state /
mtZT* eriKMNS orator urn "'auy
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Dav/o pe 1/ro//. Commodore Levi
MOTHER AMERICAN MYERS HAR9Y
JEW. SERVEP T-M TOOK A LEAD/NS
SOUTH AS ASSIST' PART /# THE W-
AMP SUR6EOM' FtNSOf6AlV$rON
6/YSRAi- .
OTHER JeWS HELD LEAD/MSPOSlTtOMS /N
THE OVtl WAR EOR THE SOUTH .
THERE MERE /.ZOO JEM /A/ THE COAIFEP -
FRATE ARMY, AMONG THEM 23 STAfE1
OFFICERS AMP SEVERAL NAVAL OfflCERf.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen
Youngerman
Kelemer
Bar Mitzvah-
Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip Zwilling, 801 2nd st, Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Mar. 12, at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob.

Randy Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry' Levy, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning at West Mi-
ami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 24bi0 B
11 Ri ESTATE III
KAMI 'EL s tKHON, Deci
To Ail Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims "i Demanda Against Hi Ml
You. and each ot > ou, are hei i by
notified and required i' ureseni any
claims and demand* which you, or
either ol you, ma> have against the
estate of SAMUEL SAMSON,
i lade ''ounl>. I lorida, t<> the
H ntj Judges of l >ade
County, and file the mum.- In their of-
ln the Count} Courthouse in
Dads County. Florida, within eight
. ilendar months from the <<'< ol the
first publication hereof, Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
! the ctalmant and U) !' sworn
lo and presented aforeuald, oi same
will be bai r*d
Date March ^ih. A I). It*i.
BEN SIl'EUS
a Executor of the Last Will
..iid Testament nf
sami i:i, sassi in, l >ei i ased
PHILIP V.. SALMON
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
.: Il-U-H 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the underslaned, deslrlne: to ena uje In
undi i the fli tltlous name <
EKEI>ELI.E PtKrTWEAR, "' MS Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Bl intend
to re4flatei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court "f Dalle County.
Hoi Id
EVELYN M'SSI'.Al M
MILTON MSSr.Al \l
ntlEDMAN *. SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
50 >, | i..,i.i Bulldlni
:: ll-lt-K i I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY OIVEN that
the understgned, deslrina to engage in
busine-.s under the fictitious nan.....f
BANT A BARBARA HOTEL APART-
MENTS, at 280 2 uh Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends i<> register an id
name with the Clerk of th,- Circuit
Court of Dade 'ount>. Florida.
CANVII.I.E REALTY OF"
FLORIDA. INC.
KOVNER t- MANNHE1MEK
Attorneys for CanvlUe Realty
of Florida, Inc.
j/ll-lH-25 1/1_________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17740J
ANNEMARIE VAZQCEZ. Plaintiff,
vs.
HENRY A. VAZQCEZ. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HENRY A. VAZQUEZ.
C/o Ablno Vuxques,
U16 Evergreen Avenue,
Bronx 72. New York.
You are hereey notirieii that a Bill
of I'omplaint for Divorce ha been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS.
11 KIM AN A KAPLAN, sr.O Seyhoid
Building. Minml. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
flie of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Hth day of April, IMS.
If >ou fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This not fee shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN.
LONE AND nltllKREP at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of March. A 11.
E n. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM YV STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) l>eput\ Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6.10 Keybold Building. Miami. Florida
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ANNIVERSARY
MIAMI. FLORIDA
l FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1955
SECTION B
UTVINOFF BIOGRAPHY OF
DAVID BENGURION
Lwtfl[ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA PRESIDENT IN MIAMI
May Charges Egypt With Using Border
Clash to Gain Arab League Leadership
Declaring that Egypt is using the Gaza clash to gain favor with
he Arab League and to foment a war in the Middle East, Mortimer
ay, president <>f the Zionist Organization of America, late this week
urged Egypt with refusing to make peace, "no matter what terms are
fered."
May arrived in Miami Beach to confer with local Zionist officials
girding the tense international situation fomented by clashes be-
een Israel and Egyptian troops.
"Egypt wants war," May said.
"Israel is no more at fault in the Gaza clash than the man in the
reel, holly declared the leader of millions of American Zionists
hose home is in Nashville, Tenn.
May then read a statement delivered early this year by Major Saleh
Jem. National Guidance Minister of Egypt. It said. "Egypt will not
ake peace with Israel even if Israel were to implement all the UN
solutions on Palestine."
9-----------------------------------------------------
("Egypt wants the leadership of
Arab states, and will stop at
thing, including a war to achieve
rr aims, said May. "This latest
l;,.h is a continuation of Egypt's
prer hungry diplomacy."
are prone to over-
nk the fad that Israel is the only
-i in the Near East.
| !,!> lo refer tw the history
the last in world wars. The
nib- b a i' always supported
pierica's enemies, Democracy has
ker existi I in Arab countries,
lid never will unless the United
lions enforces' its armis-
[Quoting from official Israeli
i n -iii sources, May said: "Bc-
een September, 1954. and Feb-
larj l. 1955. Egypt has been con-
demned on no fewer than 27 occa-
sions for violation of the Israel-
Egypt Armistice Agreement. It has
been condemned of armed attack,
murder and sabotage. Repeated
warnings by the- Mixed Armistice
Commission to Egypt to put a halt
to these acts of aggression have
had no effect.
"Furtherm ore," May said.
"Egyptian Army Intelligence offi-
cers have been systematically or-
ganizing marauders who are sent
into Israel, apparently from the
Gaza strip, for purposes of espion-
age and sabotage. At the end of
September. 1954, a group sent to
commit sabotage was caught after
it had sniped on farmers and
blown up houses in a border set
tlement. Early in December, 1954,
four youths were caught trying to
gather military information in Is-
irael. They admitted they had been
trained and sent by Egyptian offi-
cers in Gaza.
"No American would condone
the blowing up of water wells in
his own country, or the ambush of
farmers and other civilians within
its borders.'
May will remain here until after
Apr. 2. when a testimonial dinner
Will be given to Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man at the Fontaineblcau. The
Hon. Abba Eban. Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the U. S., will be principal
speaker, and it is expected that a
further clarification of Israel's
position in the recent Gaza clash
will be made.
The dinner is being sponsored by
|the Southeast Region of the Zion-
ist organization of America. Dr.
Morris Goodman is chairman of
the dinner.
Mortimer May
Abe Kurman. president. Jewish
Home for the Aged, jointly an-
nounced this week the affiliation
WAS ITS FIRST PRESIDENT
National Cancer Foundation Honors
Julius Perlmutter at New York Fete
Jen Tobin (right), owner of
[the Hollywood Beach hotel
land co-chairman* of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation of
l"ohywood, accepts the Dan-
|M ai Alai Fronton's donation
'o urated Jewish Appeal and
ewer charities. The presen-
tation was made last week
y Ken Francis, sales man-
per of the Fronton.
5? YOUTMEAR
Wiletic Coach in Talk
It iln .Fe"stein. athletic coach
W, ', Beach S^or High
KL he ; '" Ami"can Sports" at
nuPr mco,,n8 of Temple
routh > n'ted si">a8ogue
R ,G2L" Snday evening
K,,:' T,lv ha"of the *ooi
h lelA,sl'ni!;"ff was also held
h wft? ;rom th* eroup
k,'* ^e U.S.Y. con-
11 to 13 Cnarleston. S.C.. Mar.
Some 1.500 persons fcalhered to
wach as appropriate honors came
to Julius Jay Perlmutter, founder
and first president of the National
Cancer Foundation, at the third
annual luncheon of the Chapters
Division, given in the grand ball-
room oi the Waldorf Astoria hotel.
New York City, on Tuesday.
The bronze plaque which was
presented to Perlmutter has been
a year in the nuking. The function
had been planned with special at-
tention to timing in that it fell on
the tenth anniversary of the found-
er of theFoundation.
The National Cancer Foundation
Wai Started as an unincorporated
movement by Perlmutter in 1939
in an eflort to make some contribu-
tion to the solving of the cancer
problem, following the death of
both his father and mother of this
dread disease 13 weeks apart.
From the start emphasis has been
upon care for advanced cancer pa-
tients in the providing of finan-
cial grants for nursing care at
home or in nursing homes, counsel-
ing service, homemaker service,
ambulance service and medical
Annual Essay-Art Contest Revealed
By Bureau; Deadline Slated Apr. 4
Announcement of the annual
essay art contest for the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami was
made by Mrs. Charles H. Ratner,
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The contest is open to students
of all Jewish schools 11 years old
and up, with the deadline set for
Apr. 4. The contest includes both
essays and artwork. Subject for the
essay contest is "Great American
Jews" and includes a composition
of 500 words on "A Great Ameri-
can Jew" of the Revolution, Civil
War or modern American Jewish
history.
The art contest consists of a
painting, drawing, or craft work on
the subject "Jewish Life in Mi-
ami" which may depict a local
Jewish home, synagogue, school,
community agencies, personality
or scene in the history of the Jews
in Miami.
The Charles II Ratner prizes for
the two contests are giant Tcrcen-
tenarv medals in gold, silver and
broitfe finish Prizes will also be
awarded to all school winners and
to all participating in the contest
The winning essay will be publish-
ed and the winning art objects pub-
licly displayed at the May meeting
of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Announcement of winners will
be made at the inter-school Ter-
centenary Pageant sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
for the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami to be held at Flamingo Park
on Apr. 17. The essay-art contest
is in celebration of the American
Jewish Tercentenary and of Na-
tional Jewish History Month.
Jewish Home for Aged, Lindsey
Hopkins Reveal Geriatric Program
P. W. Seagren. director, Lindsey | Jewish Home has been selected as
School, and the first institution, other than hos-
pitals, for training the students in
geriatric nursing. The affiliation
- will be of great benefit to both in-
of the Home with the School of stitutions. as well as the general
Practical Nursing at Lindsey Hop- community, in view of the tremen-
kins. The school is the largest in dously increasing number of sen-
tne state and recently graduated 46 j ior citizens in our midst. We have
students in its fourth class. j long recognized the .need for ad-
Our School, said Seagren, "was mission priority of the chronically
set up to meet the crucial shortage ill aged: have pioneered in the de-
in nursing personnel. We have velopment of rehabilitative facil-
more than a passing interest in itles; and hope that the other non-
nursing care for the chronically ill, profit homes will soon follow along
senior citizen, and for this reason similar paths."
we are highly gratified with this : The coordinated training pro-
affiliation with the Jewish Home gram will involve groups of 10 stu-
tor the Aged ; dent nurses eacn group being at
Kurman. who has been president the Home full time for six to eight
of the Home for three years and j weeks. It will be under the over-
played a major role in the planning I pit direction of Mrs. Evelyn C.
and construction of the recently Wilson. RN. coordinator of prat-
completed Ablin Memorial unit for; tical nursing training at Lindsey
he sick and incapacitated, said Hopkins, and Mrs. Jeanne Satfield.
that we are indeed proud that the rn. head nurse at the Home. Mrs.
Rosetta Kershaw, RN, assistant to
Mrs. Wilson._ will be full time su-
pervisor of the students at the
Home.
Kurman also announced that the
Greater Miami section of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Women has affiliated
with the Home in order to develop
a comprehensive program of vol-
unteer services at the institution.
Chairman of the Senior Citizens
Committee of the Council. Mrs. Leo
Alpert. said it is planned that
Council members, under profes-
sional supervision, will be active
in nursing service, occupational
and physical therapy, arts and
cra/ts, English and citizenship
aliases, recreational and cultural
programs, transportation corps, let-
ter writing and movie program-
ming.
In conjunction with tne Council
and the School of Practical Nurs-
ing, the Home has planned an all-
day orientation institute on Mon-
day. Mar. 14, on the problems and
Deeds of the senior citizen, with
special emphasis on institutional
living. Council members, and stu-
dents and faculty members of the
School will attend
Mis Alpert will chair the in-
stitute. Maurice Pearlstein. execu-
tive director. Dr. Samuel Gertman,
medical director, Dr. Edward St.
Mary, attending physician, and
Mrs. Satfield. head nurse, all of the
Home, will be the discussion lead-
ers of the two morning sessions on
the problems of the aging, role of
homes for the aged and medical
and nursing problems. In the af-
ternoon sessions, Arthur Kalisch.
social worker of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau assigned to the
Home, will be the discussion leader
on personality problems, and
Emanuel Tropp, assistant director,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, on the importance of recre-
ational and cultural programs.
Memorial Marks
Hanging of Two
Poale Zionist Branch of Greater
Miami will hold a memorial serv-
ice Wednesday evening. Mar. 16.
at Kneseth Israel Congregation to
mark the deaths of the two Egyp-
tian Jews recently hung at Cairo.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth
David spiritual leader, will be
guest speaker Cantor Abraham
Seif, of Kneseth Israel, will chant
the ritual service, assisted by Jo-
seph Schreibman, of Temple
Emanu-El.
suppjies for those in middle in-
come groups.
In the early forties Perlmutter.
through the Sponsors of Govern-
ment Action Against Cancer, a leg-
islative committee for action set
up under the Foundation's a us-'
pices, attempted to have put
through Congress a $100,000,000 j
cancer research bill which won the
sponsorship of former Sen. Claude '
Pepper in the Senate, and a com-
panion bill was introduced in the ',
House by then Congressman Mat-
thew M. Neely.
In this effort and undertaking '
there were among the thousands
of supporters Honorable Cordell '
Hull, Honorable James A. Farley. '
Honorable Guy M. Gillette. Lady
Arm-trong. Leonard Bernstein.
Colonel Stafford Warren. Eugene ,
Ormandy. Rabbi Samuel H. Gold-
enson, Howard Lindsay, Franklin
D. Roosevelt, Jr., Martha Scott.
Bishop Ralph S. Cushman. Dr. \
Richard Horace Hoffman. Dr. Si-
mon L. Ruskin. Quentin Reynolds, I
Walter P. Reuthcr and Ralph W. ',
McGill. Included also wore the
Governors of 43 of the states, in-
cluding Alaska and Puerto Rico.
In 1947, climaxed by a serious
illness, Perlmutter liquidated his
textile business and other inter-
ests in New York under doctor's
orders. He has since resided in Mi-
ami Beach, with his wife, Hannah,
his 11-year-old daughter Regina
Victoria, and his son, Lawrence
Charles, who is presently with the
Armed Forces of the United States.
A large delegation from Florida
was in attendance at the function.
Among those community leaders,
friends of the recipient of the
award, invited were Florida Gov.
LeRoy Collins, former Gov. Fuller
Warren, Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson,
president of the University of Mi-
ami, Russell A. Rasco, dean of the
University of Law School: Harold
Shapiro, Mayor of Miami Beach,
Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of Miami,
Senior Circuit Court Judge George
E. Holt, Chief Justice John Mat-
thews. Justices B. K. Roberts, El-
wyn Thomas, Tom Sebring, Harris
E. Drew, Frank Hobson and Jus-
tice Terrell, all members of the
Florida Supreme Court, together
with Richard E. Ervin, Attorney
General, Hank Meyer, director of
Public Relations of the City of Mi-
ami Beach. Doctors Maurice Zim-
merman and Alfred G. Levin. Irv-
ing Cypen, Rabbi Irving Lehman
and Samuel N. Fnedland, chair-
man of the board, Food Fair
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PAGE 3 B
iLOBAL. SHORTS'^:Xw^r
emier of Tunisia Stresses
nity of Moslems and Jews
l..xiS (,ii\ TahM >en Am-
rpremier of Tunisia, declared
t that Moslems and Jews have
1 rights and privUMM in
:',.'. the Premier declared:
do not have here either Mos-
' cr jew-, only Tunisians hav-
Che sine rights and privileges.
Uen these two sections amity
I confidence will always reign."
[edish Anti-Semite Fined
Stockholm Authorities
TOCKHOLM (JTA)Eimar Ab-
notorious Swedish anti-Semite,
teen fined four hundred
n on charges of disseminating
hied matter which carries no
fcrer.ee to its printer, place of
Jlication and date of production.
August, Mr. Aberg was sen-
bed to two months imprison-
bt for publishing and dis-
itij.g pamphlets containing
^nations of Jews and instiga-
i to racial hatred.
sister Reports Orphan's
hereabouts Unknown
HE HAGl'E (JTA)The Dutch
orities will take action against
ersons suspected of being in-
jn the kidnapping of An
Beekman. 14-year-old Jewish
orphan who was abducted by
holic foster parents when the
1s ordered her turned over to
Jewish community, Dr. Leon-
Donkar. Justice Minister, an-
nced in the Netherlands Senate.
revealed that after many
hi): the whereabouts of the
are still not known.
fman Mayor Apologizes to
irish Community for Insult
HANKFURT (JTA>An insult
be tiny Jewish community has
and grudgingly been re-
ited. it was reported here. The.
Wt occurred when the chairman
the Jewish congregation drew
(attention of Rueckingen's town-
administration to the dhti-
(i the road outside the local
fish cemetery and suggested
it be sv opt prior to Memorial
Ben Gurion's Return is Alert
To Egyptian Army for Defense
r.ONDON (WNS) An Official
military spokesman in Cairo was
reported to have declared that the
Egyptian Army had been alerted
to hold itself in readiness because
of certain developments in the
Middle East, according to reports
reaching here from Egypt. The al-
leged alert signal is said to have
been provoked by a number of fac-
tors, but primarily by the return
of David Ben Gurion to the Israeli
Befense Ministry.
Diplomatic Recognition
Granted Laos, Cambodia
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Is-
rael Embassy made known here
that Israel has granted diplomatic
recognition to Laos and Cambodia.
It is understood that the Israel
Government will not recognize
either North or South Viet Nam
because it considers the situation
"still fluid."
first "Who's Who" of the Jews
Of the world, containing biogra-
phies of 11.000 outstanding Jewish
personalities in government, sci-
ence, industry, religion, the arts,
community life and other fields of
endeavor in more than 70 coun-
tries, was published Monday, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Harry Schneidcrman, chairman of
the editorial board of the new bio-
graphical dictionary.
Originally scheduled for publi-
cation late in 1954, "Who's Who in
World Jewry" was delayed until
February by the editors determi-
nation "to make the volume as com-
plete a directory as possible to the
most important lewish personali-
ties of the time."
Italian Jewry Endangered
By Assimilation, Editor Says
NEW YORK (WNS) Italian
Jewry, which now numbers'35,000,
is on the downgrade owing to as-
similation and the high incidence
of conversions, says Leon Feld-
berg, editor of the "South African
Jewish Times." in an article of his
newspaper which has just arrived
here.
Association Dinner-Dance
52 Association of Greater Miami
will hold its annual donor-dinner
dance on Sunday, Mar. 27, at the
Beachcomber. Mrs. Herman
Schoenfeld is chairman of the af-
fair, and Mrs. Jack Vivian is act-
ing as co-chairman. 52 Association
services wounded veterans
throughout the year, and its serv-
ices are completely voluntary.

Rabbi Caplan in Radio Talk
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of Con-
gregation Kneseth Israel, will be
guest speaker on the Rabbinical
Hour over radio station WGBS on
Sunday morning, Mar. 13, at 9:15
a.m. Rabbi Caplan's topic will be
"HateConstructive and Destruc-
tive."
Winner of the "Car Project" conducted by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center is Mort Elterman (right), shown re-
ceiving keys to a 1955 Chevrolet from car project chairman
Sidney Palmer. Center president Mrs. Milton Sirkin looks on.
Announcement of the winner was made at the Center's annual
Invitational ball, which was conducted last week, with over
400 people in attendance.
Annual Sisterhood Supper
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will hold an an-
nual smorgasbord supper and
dance at the Allapattah Linns Club
on Saturday evening. Chairman is
Mrs. Sam Wexler. Mrs. Harry Her-
man is in charge of reservations.
Zionist Luncheon Wednesday
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict will hold its weekly luncheon
on Wednesday noon. Mar. 16, at the
Raleigh hotel. Phil Salmon will be
chairman, with Charles Lee report-
ing on the latest news from Israel.
M Appointed Deputy Under
fretory of Labor by Mitchell
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tf Labor James P. Mitchell
our.ced the appointment of Mil-
Cass as Deputy Under Secre-
cf Labor Mr. Cass has been
ping as a Special Assistant to
Secretary. In his new post.
1 Cass, as chairman of the Labor
partaient's- new program plan-
End review committee, will
fcet and coordinate programs
operations to assure "maxi-
i efficiency and economy." An
firney, Mr. Cass is a member of
Montgomery County Jewish
nmunitv. *
Prt Tito, Nehru May
Jiote Near East Conflict
PNITED NATIONS (WNS)Ac-
ting to an authoritative report
eived hero this week from the
trolled Yugoslav radio. Prime
iwer Pandit Nehru of India and
snal Tito of Yugoslavia agreed
? Tito's recent trip to India
it trie Yugoslav President should
pnirt to mediate the conflict be-
f the Arabs and Israel in an
in to stabilize relations in the*
Idle East
irS Anti-Semitic Reign
Terror as FBI Aid Sought
'"TON, Mass. de this week of the exist-
M an anti-Semitic nlga of
ueVc" flhls * Th r. helP in endhig the
PrTn- made t0 th FBI
IL \,ce ^Partment. More
iBh-T ewish f>>lies who
,,'ni(s d settled -here in
Kmi since World War U have
ttKh geU o "nonyrtous
L I'1' of chalked epithets
tt*a ,on doors and in the
hono f CTude- lightening
" gunshot episode.
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FRIDAY.


MAHCH
11,
Reevaluation in Near
East-- Arms to Arabs
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Resignation of Lavon
No Surprise to M
Bf DAVID HOffOWITZ
ap;
no- He had argued for ik
turn o two former Array gi'
THE RESIGWATION of Pinhas "??*? A vodSj
Lac- r of Defense, was no rjVV t-'armei. both
tsrprue to the intimate* of the J*^~ rn"""ilerv in u^ */j
Mapai leaden circle It was known "
that Lavon had di-agre*d with
Prune

had qv. iautew stroaf miliUr;.
1 ep after the hansjfns; of the two
Jews in Cairo. Also, for reasons
of artmsin. Lavon advocated a re-
ffle ui the military high
AT THE MOVIES
Congressional Record
In Tribute to Cantor
Si LEON GUTTERMAN
. ~ A
HOLLVWOODA TI3UTE
Eaiw Cantor. in caaaectaoa with
-- ---,-.- % -.-.-.;
:.ared in the Cvmgn ninaal
Beeord the other day by Rep
Jaaws A. Boost wh of California.
J fkart for so many of
:
-that Eddie Cantor has reached
the C3rd aniestone of hu life -We

mac who dnaiiaatrs the stage with
mart aest aad life m him la
his charitable activities he has
i many of his feUowmen aad
in this way attained greater heights
of bnrnaartanaaism hiauelf Char-
itable work u today a great part
el his life "

Dr Jonas EL Salk. originator of
the triple vaccine to combat polio-
myelitiswhich was mass-tested on
IJOOjOW school children last
:f he goe* live again next year,
be may cut down to as few as ten
shows. NBC u using its full per-
suasive powers in trying to con-
vince MUton to remain 'live" rath
er than torn to film, as in the
ease of Jack Benny and Eddie Can-
tor who are now filming their own
aoBth* ahead of >chedule
Tin I
ladependenee
These inner d:
Shard! as*""lo the4submitted m advance to fci
paler fc ***?** [ 'on '*" *rwilion in f7
Sharett and Lavon pjj ,
m* to BG at Sde &* fc"
neetwo with thi> matter
suit* are now known
Following hi- rr-ignition
*">' participation- in the tK,
i aiapaign is bemz shuaaH b?
Mapai leadership The offical,
son to be giver. | r Livoa',
participation m the electioa
be: rest and readjustment f
alignments.

The optimistic reports
to Eric Johnston < m:ion i
Near East belie the facts r
ston's first meetir.- witk i.tkjj
ficials was a failure Later.
ever, when Mr John-1 on md
that be would return to the I
States aad report the failurei
mission because of I-rael'<
tion. the Israelis ehaagM ih
titude. They decided it wa
more advisable to place the I
on the Arabs. The reversHI
position proved a treat dq
success: Mr. Johnston left
for the Arab State- and
the initial rebuke there Thti
of Israel's diplomat >. naadjj
gain time, was acr.:e-.ed
Political circles estimate thai
Lr. ca-e you're interested in orig-
inal wnting for the screen or tele-
vision, here's an interesting fact:
A sune> by the Writers Guild of
America shows that 18 percent of
the active members are working
in motion pictures on term con-
tracts or week to week deals, with expenses accruir., to all
16 percent doing originals for film- jthe present electi.-r. year wiC
ing jto about 30 million L-raeh
In the television field eight per-' *** "f1"** P*^ for
ceat are employed on a term or iUons l6* 5"?** "
staff basis. 16 percent on flat deals ^M^ amst Coagn*
""^ nine percent doing originals |t*aruUL .
io writing keeps 17 percent
Radio
11 -:.
ag keeps
percent are
parteal
writing
The most import:
toreipl
- was interviewed by Ed- %tut th. ,^, ~.,,, 2 ;.~ have no diplomatic re.atioai

and the rest are employed in story
editing, advertising writing, pub-
be relations aad short stones.

B Marrow on his "See
television program.
Dr. Salk. with his associates has
developed a serum which may-
prove to be to polio what Dr Ed-
ward Jecner's vaccine was to small-
^uTs^wotr-
before final results of the inc
Israel, but still maintain tbart
sul-Geoerals in Jerusalem
those of Spain and the Vatxal
The race to transform "War and
Peace" to a motion picture is. on
ic earnest. The Leo Tolstoy classic.
ed up to this time, now has no less
hree producers ready to
.-t-en They are
.ck. the Italian pro-
DeLaorentis, \>ho is
preparing an English rersioe, and
Broadway producer Mike Todd.
Phil Beaaava, president of the
id Company, ha- revealed that
' '' :' :-- Hut Ik. -.....--
mt r teati of am rail :--
44 states will be kaewi
noBBcement evaluatm;
:.\ec*r- of the .-^ .:<..-: .- ex-
'
By HILARY MINDLIN
ALTHOUGH THERE -r. many biographies
o* &1 Prune Muuster of IsraeL now Minister of
D*f*-' one. That it will take precedence for reasons
*her thar Kftah for one. it is excellent, airoost un-
qaaufiedly exceller bee from sentimentality, set down
crystal prose and sparked with a flaring wit It is far and i,
meat exciting account of Zionism and the birth of Israel which has come
'-he way of this column, of indeed, of my experience
eginning in a Polish ghetto. Ben-Gunon lived Zior.i,m
With him. the author -a;, i ear.;, .r. the book, -we shall see how they
>e early year-, how they struggled with the barren earth, and
bow their toil was rewarded: how they learned to be farmers, and
soldiers, and r.ow the> never forgot they were Jewi aad
fought to save their brethren, and grew in stature and from the
became the rulers. Then we shall know why n a- David Green Ber.
Gurion and he alone, who had to be the fir>t prime minister of the
rKtsbargh School of Medicine,
hichhe has directed <:nce 1MT.
Be dmrasaed the history of polio.
r. progr-
f0001-' I research
ethodsJo control it
>
n Berie still can't make up
his mind whether he wants to go
to television films -
next season Berle am he doesn't
want to work as hard next seme--' process i vet.
ter Hes alternating with Martha to make it. too. .
Raye and Bob Hope in the Tuesday mg the screenplay
evening slot this season, but even nick version
Fred "High Noon"' Zinnemann
bean signed to direct and
- E Sherwood to write the
Peace It will be filmed with an
announced budget of $7500.000.
I Selznick. meanwhile, has
remained quietly on the sidelines,
although r.ot abandoning the pro-
ject. He has received a bid to
make the picture in Cinerama, but
he has made no decision on the
MGM wants him
Ben Hecht is
ay for the Sebt-
Tin: wornn of sports
U.S. Chess Champion Plans Trip to Moscoi
THE WEALTH m the inexorable unfolding of Ber. Guhon's
sdening role in the history of Israel comes bursting to life under
Mr Li inoffs pen An initial pioneer, making his illegal way into the
Land of Palestine, desperate attempts to start large-scale immigration
the formation of Histadruth and the founding of Mapai. wrangling with
be British and the Balfour Declaration, the hour of Statehood, singed
immediately by the,Arab warthese and the internal political rum
bbags. sometimes "a case of the right hand not knowing what the left-
*g doing." are only one part of the long story. Ben-Gurion's work,
with all his triumphs and mistakes, was always for Eretz Yisroel: be
played midwife to ber birth.
Actually, the reader will not find the story of David Ben-Gurion
personally, in the strictest sense I doubt be will miss this, however
What be will find is the personal story of Israeland what a fascinating
life that U Perhaps this is because Ben-Gurion is IsraeL at the author
says; or perhaps it is that the Irving land of Israel overshadow- all
within it and all who are it in the flaming miracle of its being.
Br BILL WOLF
. x
SAMUEL RESHEVSKY, |
expert wbo a. one of tbe ^^
of our country's team when
the Soviet chess team vied a
while ago. will soon be making a
| trip to Moscow with an American
squad It i, not known whether
i-!7*I!*em*nu b**" com
pleted. but the tentatively sched-
; nled date for the tnp.sm June
.This will be one of the latest in
relationship between the two
!!ount^,R*ntly three Amen-
"njmeed skaters competed in
Mojeow. has also been announc-
btd2L"i A.m basketball team will visit Russia
next July. There is a possibility
that a Ru-ian basketball team will
M-it thi- country.
Of course, an event of world in-
Iterest would be a game between
Abe Saper-teins Harlem Globe-
j trotters and a Russian squad, either
,here. or over there The Globe-
trotters are generally considered
to be the top basketball team in
the world and are a by-word with
basketball fans everywhere.

The National Jewish Welfare
Board, under its new athletic di
rectOTMike Rand, is planning
widespread tournament competi-
r~ w**mnin *" weekend The
'mK\T!.wi11 "* Mnoal
JW-B basketball tourney, with eight
teams participating in the pli
The competition wul be "
Georgetown University in
melon. DC Contenders
Portland. Maine, the **,
champ, and Toronto. Ne<*
Elizabeth. NJ, the Je'j\J
rnunrtv House of Benn^Jf
Brooklyn. Baltimore^.* "
DC-, nd the Jewih Of*
Ceat =.- of Kansas City. X^
Mike Rand wasnt too W
in giving any major P
about who would win He
main point of the tourney
eacoaragethe best kind of
However, indications ^
Benasaahurst team may *"


FRIDAY,
MARCH 11. 1955
* Jewish n*rlrfln
PAGE 5 B
wish Home for Aged to Celebrate
Tenth Anniversary at Mar. 20 Meet
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Lnder Miami will celebrate its
Eh anniver>ary at an annual
: Uership meeting on Sunday af-
\moon. Mar. 20. at Douglas Gar-
ns according to an announce-
L,nt this week by President Abe
furman and Mrs. Sol Silverman
esident of the Women Auxil-
During its ten years of exis-
nce" Kurman said, "the Home
made unusual progress not
ly in its physical plant, but also
program development which
(S resulted in the Home's becom-
lg the leading institution in the '
reater Miami area for the care of
(e chronically ill aged."
Kurman lias been president of
e Home for the past three years.
s. Silverman has been auxiliary
sident fr three years and a
der in home activities almost
ce n- hoy inning.
I, *aa only in 1945." Mrs. Sil-
rman emphasized, "that the
ime first opened its doors at 335
12th ave At that time we had
|y 20 hods Then, a year later we
ilt an addition and increased our
parity to 35 beds. In 1951, the
me moved to our present loca-
n, seven acre Douglas Gardens,
h facilities for 60 residents. On
ember 19. 1954, the ultra-mod-
, new Ablin Memorial, specially
ilt for the sick and incapacitat-
, was dedicated and gave us an
ditional 42 beds."
Marking 10th anniversary festiv-
es will lie the election of 20
iard members. Up for rcnomina-
n are I.eo Allen. Mrs. Benjamin
pel, Col. J M. Avery, S. I. Bern-
lum. Daniel M. Broad. Irving Cy-
i, Ben Fleeman, Mrs. Moses
eger, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
s. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Fred K Shochet. Mrs. Sol Sil-
l-man and Dr. Jess Spirer. New
minees include Dr. Melvin
k.t. Mrs Frances Entine, Mar-
Pfae, Mrs Herman Jacobs, Ir-
tfhschild Gets US. Post
ISecnt.cr oi Commerce Sinclair
leeks Tuesda) administered the
Jth oi office as Under Secretary
Transportation to Louis S
pthschikl. former chairman of the
den] Maritime Board, and ad-
btstrator .Maritime Administra-
te 1 S licpartment of Com-
tree. Mr, Rothschild was nomin-
al as Under Seeretary of Com-
pree for Transportation Feb. 11
President Eisenhower. He was
Inlirmed l>> the Senate on Feb.
North Shore Women to Meet
A board meeting will usher in
an eventful day for the North
Shore Chapter of B'nai Bfith
Women at the Monte Carlo hotel
on Thursday. Mar. 17. when a re-
port of the nominating committee
will be heard. A short regular
meeting will be followed by card
games. Mrs. George Baltuch is pres-
ident of the chapter.
Social at Flagler-Granada
Members of the Flagler Granada
community will attend a dance and
social evening on Saturday at the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu
nity Center, it has been announced
by Joe Masters, chairman. The af-
Ifair is under the sponsorship of the
Flagler-Granada Combined Jewish
Appeal. Larry Blue and his orches-
tra will entertain for the dancing.
Sholem Lodge to Hear Trade,
Cultural Center Speaker
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge
Luncheon Club will hold its week-
ly meeting at Chuck's restaurant,
on Thursday, Mar. 17.
G. Taylor Ross, of the Inter-
American Trade & Cultural Cen-
ter, will be guest speaker. Marvin
Rauzin, president, and Martin
Stein, chairman, will preside.
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pin Weinstein Dead at 54;
L Finance Company Official
Ervlces for Irwin Weinstein, 54,
\*W ne 12th st.. San Marco
LSTan executive for a co^mer-
lnance company were^ielc,
Ldav in Beach .Memorial Cha-
jr;,,h burial in Ml. Nebo Ceme-
l\ir Weinstein, who died Sunday.
M ENID Ne* York seven years
He ws a member of Temple
nanu-El and Sholem. Lodge Bnai,
[which he served as an officer.
Lorviving is his wife. Mae H;,
l, -rcMdcnl of the Greater Mi-
ni chapter of Hadassah and a
[te officer in the Florida chap
AwlcfiflnrfrfJ**?
jbinowitz Unveiling
fhc dedication of a monument to
t memory f the late Ida Rabino-
b formerly of 4180 Chase ave.,
Li'iii Beach, will take place Sun-
Mar 13, 1 p.m.. on the Temple
Eel Sect inn of Graceland Memo-
|l park cemetery, with Dr. Jo-
Sh Narol .ifficiating. Mrs. Rabino-
L ,- survived by her husband.
C,i>: two daughters, Mrs. Adele
Irowit/. Hi Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Li WeUler. "f New York City; her
It her. Mrs. Minnie Orritt, of Mi-
ll Beach: two brothers, Sam Or-
I ,n Miami Beach, and LeNds, of
L'erly Hills, Calif.; and four
Cdctuldren. Arrangements are
Ettrge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
|ni Company. Friends and rela-
k are asked to attend.
isohn Unveiling
file dedication of a monument to
memorv of the late Tessie Ein-
kn. formerly of 1453 NVV 30th st..
|l take place Sunday. Mar. 13, at
p.m., on the Free Sons of Is-
il Plot nf Ml. Sinai Memorial
k Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T.
Brsky officiating. Mrs. Einsohn
Survived b) her .husband, Jacob;
(daughter-. Miss Selma Einsohn,
[Miami, and Mrs. Beatrice Pine,
Miami Beach;.two sons, Milton,
(Jew York, and Murray, of Calif.;
two sisters, including Ettie
sohn, of Miami. Arrangements
in charge of Palmer's Miami
nument Comypany. Friends and
Hives are asked to attend.
Obitnari
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e s
HERMAN BERNARD CAVNER
H, of +-isi BW tlth tar bulldlne,
contractor, died Mai I Hi i ainni r
was president Hb wu in,-niiii'i ..r in.- Hik'h i i
i.c.Ik,- mil tne MmIii Hbrti.....i the
Manonic I Intel. a luemtM i "i th \\
Miami l.icni.s Ctob, ih, N\. >-, Miami
Jewbih < 'II,,i and the Home I;
ill.....>l Noiitn Moridu Hi
Ih Burvtved i>y Ills wile. Hally; ;,
.-.,11, KdWHlli llMIIK. a HH.IKlll.l. Alls
M., n i.i Sum,nli.,11, |Wo Kl ullil, hiliircll,
two brothel i, I h.u lei hod Lul i1 nil
c.i Miami, ami ,i winter. Mi
li > ware held al the Miami I hapel ol
the Qordon funeral Home, im
In Qracoland lie.....rial rark,
BENJAMIN LEWIS
7".. tormerl] of git B. Toledo dr., Mi-
nim l:, in ii. died Mai 1 in .. un|.
N V lie linjl III,-., III Mi;,nil ||.
)f monUi iu,o. si.i \ i\iriK iii
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il, ,ii .mil in great grandchildren serv-
ice* were bald In Riverside Mi i
Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in
Tample l*rael-Gi.....land Cemi
Zwig Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Minnie Ida
Zwix, formerly of 10 SW 31st ct
will take place on Sundav. Mar 20,
2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Neho Cemetery,
with Rabbi Simon April officiating!
Mrs Zwia is survived bv her hus-
band, Robert; one son. Edward, of
Miami; and a brother. Hotel, of De-
troit. Mich. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer*! Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked Id attend
MeVs Ciufr'Sntfh-sors First
Purim Masquerade Ball
Men's Club of the North Shore
Jewish Center sponsored its first
Purim masquerade ball on Monday
evening, Mar. 7, in the Center au-
ditorium. Jack Wilson was chair-
man.
JACOB J. SUSNITZKY
76, i'f lllll l'eiurs\ i\ .illl.i ;, .< \h, ml
Beach, Mar. j. Gordon's Miami
JULIUS ZUCKER
r.l. ,,r :':'.!.. ijik,- Pern.....Ml 'ii Miami
Beach, Mar. I. Gordon's, Miami
Heacn,
MRS. GU6SIE M. ROSEN
tOOQ l.ilierty ave Miami Hracli. who
aaroe here m yeaiv aco n an New
I'nk, died Mai Mi Roaen, a
m.-inliiT i.f Temple Rmanu-Kl, is sur-
vived by her husband. Philip, and a
l,i..in.i. bervlcea weie held in lieach
Memorial rhaiiel, with burial In
Mi.urn Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. SADIE REISMAN
44. of Ml Ik-ran dr., Miami Beach,
Mar. I. Gordon's *'ha|M-l. Ilurial in
siai , MRS. MINNIE MOSS
1748 K">ai I'aim ave., Miami Beach,
v/bo "Mm,- her,- aeven yeara aero from
Philadelphia, paasad away Mar :;. Bar*
vnes were held in Philadelphia, with
local arranKein.-nis i,\ Boaofa leeaiorial
Chapel. Mis. Muss l,H\es a .la UK III el .
Mrs, Ma Lewis, Miami Beach.
MURRAY NATHANSON
rs. ,,f i.'.s BW -isi ,ne. died Prlda)
Mr. Nathanson, hotel auditor, came
! to Miami fioin Newark. N.J., eight
I years ago. ITe leaves his wife. Mrs
| lima N.i i t,,i us, ,n, and a liHUghiei. Mrs.
Wesle> v'i'le. in Miami.
ROBERT LAZAR
II, ,f 7tt llreall ill paSseil ;i\l;l\ Mai
i Hal vie.-s weie conducted i,\ the
s.-pliai ilii Jewish HrotherhiMiil at the
Riverside Miami lieach Chapel. Iluilal
followed in Mount Slnal (' in. !i iy. A
ha li'ilresser. Mr. laixar innveil lieie
fnin New York City 14 year* aco. He
Is survived by one brother anil t0
slstej a.
Joint Academy Affairs Slate
Proceeds for Scholarship fund
P.T.A. anil women's group of the
Hebrew Academy Jointly spon-
sored a "County Fair and Bazaar"
on Thursday. Mar. 10. at Hibiscus
Auditorium, Alton rd. and 10th st.,
Miami Beach.
General chairman of the affair
was Irving Firtel. assisted by Hy
Galbut. Representing Hebrew
Academy Women was Mrs. Sid-
ney Rubinowitz. with Mrs. Charles
Gertler heading up activities for
the P.T.A.
Program included dancing, priz-
es and entertainment by radio
and television stars. Proceeds are
for the Academy scholarship fund.
Men's Club arranged a spe-
cial "Grager-Shrayer" chorus, con-
ducted by A. Louis Mechlowitz.
Cantor Edward Klein rendered
Purim songs, and famous Jewish orchestra.
comedian Michel Rosenberg ap-
peared as guest star.
Six awards were given for the
best costumes.
Cabaret Night Scheduled
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold
its first annual Purim cabaret
night at Tifereth Israel Northside
Center, Sunday evening. A com-
plete floor show will be presented.
Dancing will be to Ray Boniske\s
MRS. SARAH POLLAK
'..', of l02 Meridian ave., Minim Beac-h,
"ho ''' here i i >-i ,ii-s aau i.....i New
rork, pass.-.i awa) Hunday. Hen-Ices
were held In New fork, with local r-
i.mis, on ni.s "by Riverside Memorial
Lhapefc Miami Beach. .Mrs. pollak Is
survived bj a son, Sidney, Miami
Beach; a daughter, Mra. Uertrude Alt-
rater, Memphis. T.nn.; three sister*
and two brothels
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PHILIP FABER
(0, of ':' Ocean' dr.. Miami Beach,
passed away Max 4. Services were
held In Itiversiile Memorial Chapel.
Miami Heaeh. with burial in Mt. Wlnai
Cemetery. Mr. Palier is survive.I by
ins wife, Oarfrude; three sons. Nor-
man and Marvin. Miami lieach, and
Slaiilev. New York i a dauRhtrr. Miss
Hlorenre II. Fab.-r. Mniinl EMnshi S
brothers and three sisters
MAX S. LEVIN
IS, of lii'il Collins av,-., .Miami Beach
retired owner of a fiom inx company,
died Monday. A member ol th, Har-
vey Seeds Ameliian la-Kloii Post ol
Miami, he came hare eleTii \.-.,is aco
from I.i.iik laland, N V. Hurvtvini we
Ills wife, Anna: two sons, Jerome B.,
Mian i. and llnrtun. Hohcnectady, NY.,
anil three Krandchildi-en. Services
were held in Cordon's Miami chapel
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
JOHN WELTMAN JACOBV
:>. t lr.tiiHi NE 4th et., retired salaa-
man win, lame floln New Yolk 12
years Hrii, passed away Sunday in
N.-w York, las-al ai ranseinents were
in chsiKe of Cordon's Miami Funeral
Home Mi .la. ol.y. who died at home,
leaves his wile. Lillian; a daughter.
Mis Anna W.lner. Baltimore, lid.; a
sister and four brothers, includllur Al.'
Miami
MRS. ANNIE LEILA HINSON
6. of lOl'K S'W 3rd at., pass, d away
Saturday. BerVlcea were held In cm-
dons Miami lieach Chapel, with bur-
ial in Cltv Cemetery. Mrs. Illnson was
a tTi-yeai- resident "f Miami.
ABRAHAMS. ORABOYS
I. of S46 Jefferson ave. Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Miami lieach.
HARRY lKOFKV
7a. of zar.l nw 46th st.. Saturday.
Cordon. Miami. ^^^___
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MRS. SARAH ALPERN
II. of r.Siin XE ion, ave North Miami
Beach, who ram,- here 10 yeari ago
from New York City, died Monday.
Surviving ale her husband. Joseph; a
son, Mi.hael: a daughter. Miss lillda
At pern; her mother. Mra. Minute
Creenberg. all of Miami Reach: two
brothers, and three slaters, including
Mrs Kay Kriedman and Mrs. Cell Dav-
is, both of Miami Beach Bervlcea
were held In Riverside Miami Beach
Chapel, with burial in Mount Sinai
Cemetery,
MACK HAQEL
",2. of 7:;::.', Carlyle ave.. Miami Beach,
retired sn l.-sma n. died Monday. Mr
llagel, who came from N,-\v York
eight years ao. 1,-aves his w if.-.
Aucuata; his mother, Mrs. Annie Ha-
gel; two brothers, and two sister*
Services were held in Itlveisi,;, M^-
mol i.ii i'hapel, Miami Kim h
MRS. LILLIE COHEN
H, or Jit N.\V trd st died Thursday
in New York, where servtcee and bur-
ial were heli
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'Jenlsiitier Mian
C7b. Cresap Named
teach Chamber President
Preeiand B. Cresap, senior vice
Zsidem "f Burdine's, "-
m,,,.|v Iirled president of the Mi-
tniBeach Chamber of Commerce
lor 1955 by the members of the
,iid of governors last week.
Officers named in later ballot-
ng for 1955 were Sam J. Halperin,
realtor, first vice president; Leon
r McAskill, publisher, second vice
LsidV'il: and C. W. (Pete) Chase.
Ic.iltnr. treasurer.
" Appointed to one-year terms on
Ac board of governors were Saul
Johen, president of Miami Beach
Hotel \-sociation: Jules Gillette.
rrosiddnt of Btttrt JJusfoeSr Bu
Lj of ^fiami BcacH; Herbert S.
Umbel, advertising executive; Earl
, Ketfer, real estate appraiser;
nd Burton B. Loebl, attorney.
In iinal action of the meeting,
(ohn G. Proctor was reappointed to
_erve as general manager of the
leach Chamber.
feretz School Holds Purim
lelebration Sunday, Tuesday
J Purim concert of the Workmen's
lircle I'eretz School was held
iinday evening, Mar. 6, at the
enter. 1545 SW 3rd st.
Louis I.asavin, principal of the
Uiool, discussed the signifi-
tnee (I Purim. Mrs. D. Zame,
(ember ol the P.T.A.. addressed
krents.
[a. Aronoff, chairman of the
chool board, presided. Mas-
ueradc party for children fol-
fwed in Tuesday, the day of
wrim.
PAGE 9 B
Young Pianist Wins
Top Rating Locally
Janice Susan Feld, age 8. earned
the distinction of being the young-
est entrant to win a superior rat-
ing in the Royal Poinciana District
Junior Music Festival held at Mu-
sicians Club of America late in
February.
The young pianist, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Hax P. Feld, 1655
SW 19 ter.. Miami, was one of 155
entrants ranging in age from 8 to
17, and 14 superior ratings were
conferred.
Janice, a third grade student at
CoraL^Way School, played in the
moderately difficult Class I group.
She studies with Miss Hbrtense
Buys.
U of F Junior Named
To Florida Blue Key
Henry David Forer, a junior in
the accounting school at the Uni-
versity of Florida, was last week
named to the school's Blue Key
sp. akers' Bureau.
The high academic honor came
to Forer on the heels of his recent
participation in a tourney at the
University of Miami. Representing
the U of F, Forer won five out of
seven debates.
He left last week for Dartmouth
in New Hampshire, where he par-
ticipated in an invitational debate
tourney. The jLbyfljrsit#,of Florida
junior is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Forer, 2121 SW 24th ave.
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IAMI TITLE ,
& QhttactCo.
B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy (left), accepts
a Sefer Torah from Samuel Ritter presented recently to the
Academy before a capacity audience.
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Wlbrick Tells 2.000 Communists
Are Advancing Heavily Every Day
[Herbert Philbrick told some
persons at the Dade County
luditorium last week that there
ere only some 40,000 com-
|umst commando troops in Russia
years ago "but today they have
jtablished bloody and absolute
Introl over 900.000,000 people."
[The former FBf undercover
gent, who joined the Communist
arty and spent nine years secretly
living information about U.S. com-
lunist activity to the Federal gov-
fnment. was in Miami to address
ade's final Brotherhood Week
Inction sponsored by B'nai B'rith.
[Philbrick, author of the best-
filing hook, "I Led Three Lives,"
tw featured weekly on a coast-to-
}>;i-t television network, said the
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the world at the rate of 1,000
B".,n- n-iles a day.
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anywhere in the South, as in the
industrial cities of the North."
Also addressing the gathering
was Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiri-
tual leader of Temple Emanu-EI.
Welcome in behalf of B'nai B'rith
was delivered by Judge Milton A.
Friedman, of Miami Municipal
Court and national commissioner
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization. Invocation was by Rev.
Fred E. Cole, president of the
Greater Miami Council of Church-
es.
Booker T. Washington High
School Chorus. Mrs. Leiia Roberts
Williams, director, presented a
musical program. Delivering the
benediction was Father Theodore
R. Gibson, vicar, Christ Episcopal
Church at Coral Gables.
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nav MARCH 11. 1955
LEGAL NOTICE
in court
. |.,. i.- County, Florid*
Bl'HKNE TROOP
Lr,,\ U BEIOBl.
AppUeanl
Klagler St.
[
IlTlce UNDER FICTITIOUS
l0T NAME LAW
lT,,r |.,iKHi:ilV OIVBN that
Lorrnlmeil. desiring '" engage In
I 1 imlrr Hie ri.iitn.UH name of
I IKNKItAI. IIOHI'ITAL, .at
Mi"'- .'........ ui.mi Florida,
h the
i lade
;-V ;,h's,-.,-.. Miami, n>
I name witij
f Hi.- ",lrl '
S-atkr ii'-si-itai-. me
I nm fl
: 11..-1.11.. 1. Inc.
J ,-., i;,.,.i. .\i ii.ii Beach, Pla.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CAiipt
IN AND FOR BADE COUNtV
FLORIDA. IN PROBA?!. N0 sJzTba
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A
To An redltor. and All Person" 11.,
K,tr,t, '"' l""1""1- **!"
Ti'i.,."ndJ'"''n ,"f >">'. r<- hereby
notified and required i,, pr.,-i t >
either of you ,av have afafiiit the
estate of LEA HARNOF K.dec-cail-.l
late of Dade Count) I li .ril, ""''*"
Hon. frank b ...iu'i'.iN;-1 ,':,';:
Judge of i>,i. County, and file thi
i" th.- Count)
County, Florida,
same In hlx office
Cotirth.mm in Dad.
^th.n e.Kh, ca^nda, niomm, ,;;: ',
it h .?,L.lh"' "',M '""''""ion hereof
Saul .-lain!. ,,r demand! to contain the
total address of the claimant and to
l.e sworn I.. an,l ;-i.s.nt.cl ;, ,,f,,..
Section uo of the 1933 Probate \rt
Date February L-::. a.|i. iy;,-
akthui: sM:\-oir.
As Kxeoutor
+Jmlst) fhrldlan
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
IN COUNTY JUDCaVS, COURT-
DADE COUNYv. FLOfiltJA
RE: icstati,^;.-23830
CHARLES ISAAC I- c.i 1:1 iBERi ;.
NOT!aCDEo.01'r.aNTENT,ON to'make
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
fiw, 'T ';,is,'"'r"l'> 'v,n "'" i v*
i-,', i i !'.....''"'" ;""' Petition for
final -Discharge aa Executor of the
ISAAi' FRIED-
Will of CHARLES
BERO, deceased
This Uth day .,r February ItBi
MAURICE i'mj:ni:i:i:.-,
.,.- Executoi
& MANNHEIMER
I
%< >mSwi:::^" WB3* SSL
BBVIHU K CKLI'.KIt '" NOTICE UNDEfPfiC
Attorn*) foi Arthui Barnoff ...........name law'
1/4-11 -IV- -i
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ithk IH HKIIBBV OIVBN thai
m to engage in
In rictltloua naiuc of
B| K TV SKIIVICE, at T.17.", N W,
" ','.', ni, i,.i- m register- said
lei-k of the Circuit
,ni v. Florida.,
I..'I is WETTER
(AS BRKTAN
1 \:,|.licnnt
1 |TI
l\
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iTIi-K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
I Igned, d.-Hlring to engage In
I ler the fictitious name of
fi: CAFETERIA, at Dade County.
ter said name
the Clerk of the circuit Court
ade County. Florida.
AIRLINES CAFETERIA, INC.
lARD ,\ Mt'ROFF
y, for Applicants
.im-nln IM
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176867
: SYLVESTER, Plaintiff,
.I SYI.VKSTKI!, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ITA ,1 SYLVESTER
,. Leah DKlia
T'T Hudson li.'iilevard
New Jersey
. viTti .1 SYLVESTER, are
y notified tli.ii a Hill .if Corn-
ier Plvojce has been fil.il
it you, and you are required to
nf your Answer or Plead-
i the Hill oi Complaint on fne
f(. Attorney, NORMAN' R.
s .I2 Olympia ItulldliiR-. Ml-
:'. Florida, and file the original
Pleading in the office of
!,!k ..i Hi.- Circuit t'nurt on or
th. !Mh flay of March. 195.'..
j 'nil r. do so, judgment by de-
wlll be liken against you for
lief demanded In the Bill of
latai
nntii-e shall be published once
.irk for four consecutive weeks
E JEWISH Pl.oltlDlAX
K IND fMtDRRfCD at Miami,
i this LMst day of Kebruar>-,
E B 1,1'ATMKRMAN,
'Ink, Circuit Court.
li ide i ountv. Florida
By .1. .AN COHRNOYER,
fint ponrl Real) Hepuiv Clerk
|MAN R, I.YOXS
: Plaintiff
ling, Miami ?,2. F'la.
Il.||
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
..?-ADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN
l,NSERV- No. 172
|\KM.\ ORTFFIN HALF:,
Plaintiff.
iRtlk MATTHEW HALE. JR..
Ik.^*,^_ Defendant.
|N0T|CE BY PUBLICATION
if: m vtthew hale, .in.
. iwi ns Street,
Purest, North Carolina
, n ittfled that a Com-
- has been filed
and you are required to
of w>ur Answer on the
i'i attorney, lt,4iert II. Traur-
- < 103I ilnPont Building. Ml-
h.orl.l.-i. an I fit,, the orlrtnal
r !n the office pf the Clerk of
,'' Court on or before th*
|-fif! .lav nf MaTch. 1 (. :;ll,-1!""i'< In said Coioplaint
[< taken as confessed by you.
rTi^J'trn v""'eif sooordlnaly.
I I.I I I,, ,. '.| |ft-r,
E. I: LEATHBRMAJC,
1 kk of .h^ i-lrenll C.oirt
- 3 1-HlT STOCKING
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
U-v NAME LAW
in*.r pEREJlT OIVF7N that
C*lo ovl l,V,,iVrl,'ll,l"UH nAtne ot
io 4,%^ NI''w <-lf:anin.i.
! .mil Sl Miami Reach. Fla..
if .r*'?!.''r wM n,,m wih ,nr
'< theif ircult Court of Dade
>, Florida,
V\T!..\-vi, Itl-II.DINO
MAINTENANCE, INC.
i"1'"11" CortHirntion
s.!H^M,^',I,:l'MA^ Sec-
i-n
'.'.v.;
WTiCE UNDER FICT
NAME LAW
ITIOUS
-o' HuT 7;re,7.. n,.n:,n1*' wl" ">
RICHARD KKNNKI.V
-n NUANM6EETAFW=T,T'OUS
^VPortda'tn!
zl Sa ftk
MfUpHfc'.......
Owner
iw THMr,COU^Y JUGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B
In lie: ESTATE OF
JACou L. KADOMSKY, also
known as JACOB RADOMSKY
a/k/H JACK ItADii.MSKY
a/k/a JACOB RODOsUKY,
_ .NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo All I redltors and All PerSOM Ha'
Ing Claims or Damantls Against Said
l-.Mtate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to pienMit anv
claims and demands which you or
elthar Of y..u, may have against th
estate of JACOB I. RADOMSKY, also
known as JACOB RADOMSKY. a/k/a
JACK RADOMSKY .-tv ,Leased late
of padc Cuiinty. Florida, to the Hon-
orable County .luilges of Dade County
and file the same In their office* in
the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the data of the first
publication hereof Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to lie. sworn to and
presented aa aforesaid, or same iil
lie barred. See Section 733.16 of the
PH.. Probate Act.
Date February IT. A.D. lfM
HERBERT S SHAPIRO.
As Administrator I'.T A
of the aataM of
JACOB l. RADOMSKY etc.
I lei ,
BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Aitoiiie.is f,,i Administrator. CT.A.
I/St 3/6-11 18
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25239
RE: ESTATE OF
JI'LIA i: KELLER, also known as
.ll'LIA ELIZABETH KELLER.
Doraased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N'iiTICK i^ hereby gl\ en that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of JULIA E KELLER, also
known as JULIA ELIZABETH
KELLER deceased; and that on the
:ilst ilav of March, IKS, will apply to
the II,moral.I.- W. F' HI.ANT'>.V
CoOnt) Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Executor nf
the Estate of JI'LIA E. KKI.I.KK.
also known as JI'LIA ELIZABETH
KELLER, deceased
This L'^rd dav of F'ebruary. 1955.
Kl.MKK E KELLER ,
I'ALI/iT. SILVER MI'I.LOY
Attorneys for Executor
Tin Congrasi uidg., Miami, l-la.
j/t-ii-is-:.'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKRY OIVBN that
the iin'U-rMKncd, il.usirinK t>. engage in
business mid.II the fictitious names of
l:. nanii Mortgage Co.; ItenAnn Mort-
gage Co; lieu Ann Morlg ige Co.!
Ilenan .Mortgage Co.; and BenAn
MortSM Co., at 13.-. 94th Street,
Miami Beach 41, 11a intend to regis-
ter Bald names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN NEWMAN
ANN NEWMAN
THEODORE It. NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
2/ls-r. :i/4-lt_____________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176778
PETER R, RIKN/.I, Plaintiff.
vs.
MARIE RIF:NZI, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS MARIE BIKNZI
140 ICast 2nd St net
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
fil.-d against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. 8ANFORD
F'RF:f:D. S20 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
31'. Florida, and fHe'the original An-
awer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of Iho Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 17th day of March. 1955
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ih THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND nRDKIIFP at Miami.
F'lorida. this 16th day of February.
A.D. 19.,:, (. ri,ATH|..UMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I Dade County, Florida
Bv WM W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal/ Deputy Clerk
SANFY>RD FKEET
Attorney for Plaintiff __ ,*,
820 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 32. Florida
2/18-25 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'KLLOPAK COMPANY (Not Inc ), at
1401 N.W '-'2nd Street, Miami, FTa.,
intend to register said name with the
ci.ik ..r tin- circuit Court of Dade
V-oumy, K'oiida.^,, A OAN8
HARRIKT E OAN8
CHARLES' E. DANS
M WRICK CANS
BYDNBY : KNH
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
AUornejs for Pi
- l...],l liiilldlng
3/4-11
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens
under the fictitious n
MAM LINGERIE CO., al 163 N.B
leth St., Intend! to register said name
"Uli Hi. i Ink of 11,.. Hi I,, Court of
i ''" ouni i. i loi Ida
HERMAN T, ls,s''"'UAN ST' "'T
Attorney for Applicant
1103 Congress hi.i..
3/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTIliL DJiJDEff FICTITIOUS
I NAME-LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in. underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI TROPICAL ll.liRA, at 2648
b W. -Mb Lane, Miami. Fia.. intend!
to register said name with the ClerM
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROBERT O. MAOEE (Sole Owner)
HENRV M. CAIN
Attorney for A|.piicant
3618 W. F'lagler St Miami, Fia.
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BERN IE HAFFERS RESTAURANT
at number 1310 N K 2nd Ave., in the
ister the said name with the ci.rk of
th,- Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida
JACK a .lli.l. CATERERS, INC..
a F'lorida Corp.,ration, Sole owner
1/4-11-18-35
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 176616
MOLLIE aiNSBERO, Plaintiff
vs.
PHILIP GINSBERG, li.fendaiit
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; PHILIP GINSBERG
1212 Pennsylvanu Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
You are hereby notified tlt.it a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a cop) of your Answer or
Pleading t.. the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attornei. l-'RI-MiF'.RICK
A. RESNICR. I63o0 Blscayna Bird..
North Miami Beach, F'la. P. O. Bog
Itg, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
38th da) of March, 1656. If you fall
lo .1*. so.- >utlgmelil 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 .ons......tiv week!
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this .1Mb day of F'ebruary.
a.ii lilt.
K P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By M c GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK A. RESNICK
Attorney for Plaintiff
16350 Biscayne Blvd.,
North Miami Beach, 11a.
P. O. Box 128
2/2f. 3/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 176328
MARGARET I-. BTBOER, Plaintiff,
MICHABL .1. S'I'KGKR. Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL .1. BTEGER,
Defendant
49S F;. Dele van Avenue
Murrain. New Vork
Viil- WILL PLEASE TAKE NO-
TICE thai a Bill or Complaint mr
Divorce has been filed against yon,
ami v..u are required t<> aerve a copy
of vbur Answer or Pleading to the
Mill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorney, l R. MAYERS, 1102-04 Con-
gress Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 4th day
or April, IffiS. ir son rail to do BO,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.a. b week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin-: Jewish n.oiuniAN.
DONF: AND ORDERED at Miami,
ihis :'nd clay or March. A.D. 1056.
K li LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Hut.. Countv. Floi-Ma
Bv M. C. GRKKN.
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk
I. R MAYERS
Attorney for Plaintiff
1108-04 Congreea Bldg Miami. Florida
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,.,|, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
LEON'S LIQUORS, at (874 S.W 8th
St.. Miami, intends to register said
name ith the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dade County. Florida.
sam-Ckl B lAVTNB, Sole owner
wklvkli; khhslbr
AtUirnegs f..r .Vuidiiuiiil
Sevfn.rfd',ll|Ag W
3/4-11-18-2B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i Igned, d.-slrinu to engage In
under the liclltlous name of
I;. i m i sic, at 8602 N.W 22nd
intends to register s..i.i nami
i llai k of the Circuit Court of
unty, l-'l..i :.i.i
W.U.TKK EARZYCKI
KNfJEL, l-:S(j
for Flamingo Music
5 4/1________________________
N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29126-B
RE; ESTATE OF
-MoltRIS DEUTSCH, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
Hied my final report and peUtion ror
F'ln.il Discharge as Administratrix of
th. .stale of MORRIS DEUTSCH, de-
ceased; and that on the I'.th das of
ri h, 1955, I will applv to the Hon-
orable FRANK B. DOWLING, County
Judge Of Dade <*eunty, Florida, (or
approval or said rinal report and lor
rinal dischai-R.- as Administratrix ol
the Estate ot MORRIS DEUTSCH, de-
ceased..
This 16th dav or F'ebruary. 15S.
TEBNIE DEUTSCH
HAROLD SOLOMON
Attorney t 2/2.", :i 4-11-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACKNER'S FURNITURE EX-
CHANGE, ai :.".. Northeast ^nd Ave-
liu. intends to regiatet said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade
County, F'lorida.
SIDNEY ACKNER, Sole Owner
DAVID DRCCKER
Attorney for Sidney Ackner
7"l Congr. ss Building, Miami. F'lorida
8/18-IS 3/1-11
Orchestra Salutes
Latin America
Another musical tribute to Latin
America by the University of Mi-
ami symphony orchestra has been
arranged in cooperation with the
United States Information Agency,
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, university
president, has announced.
This year the concerts of Mar.
27 and 28, with violinist Zino Fran-
cescatti as guest artist, and spe-
cial ceremonies during the inter-
missions, will salute La Paz, the
mountain capital of Bolivia, I
i he KovernmeaJ agency Avfll
make recordiu|fc,<)f the prograWi
lo be flown foLa Paf'for Wharf-
casting over the Bolivian radio sta-
tions. Last March a similar pro-
gram, featuring the UM orchestra
and its guest soloist, Pierre Four-
nier, 'cellist, paid tribute to the
people of Venezuela and their
capital city of Caracas. It proved
to be one of the most popular pro-
grams of the Venezuelan net-
works.
Participating in this year's
greetings to Bolivia will be the
Bolivian ambassador to the United
States, the Hon. Victor Andrade.
Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami,
Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami
Beach and Dr. Pearson will record
their special greetings from great-
er Miami to the Bolivian people.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 177156
MARGARET PRANCW, Plaintiff.
FABIAN 0, FRANCIS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FAR!AN O. FRANCIH
SI6 W. 115 Street
New Yoik City. N.-w > "rk
Ton, FABIAN hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
lilaint for Diyorce has been filed
against' you. and you arc required to
aerve copy of your Answer or I'lead-
Inr t the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintrrra Attorney. ARTHUR B.
Davis ;!- bay-bold Building, Miami.
Dade County. F'lorida. and rile the
original Answer or Pleading In the
offlc of the Clerk oi'the Circuit
Court on or hernre the 1th day of Apill.
15.'. If w>u rail to do so. Judgment
bv default will be taken againsjvou
for the relief demanded ID the Bill of
This notice shall be published once
each week for Tom oonsecil 1,ve weeks
in Till-: 04.:\VISII FLDRJD1AN.
DONE AND (iRDKRED at Miami.
Florida, this tad day of March. A.D.
K ii LEATHBRUAN,
Clerk, Clix-ult Court.
|.,,l. County. Florida
w M u STOCKING.
Clrcnli Curt Seali Deputy Clerk
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LAY, MARCHJU^ JenisriflorHlan PAGE 3 B iLOBAL. SHORTS'^:X w ^r emier of Tunisia Stresses nit y of Moslems and Jews L.. XIS ( ,II\ TahM >en Amrpremier of Tunisia, declared t that Moslems and Jews have 1 ri ghts and privUMM in :',.'. the Premier declared: do not have here either Mos' cr jew-, only Tunisians havChe sine rights and privileges. Uen these two sections amity I confidence will always reign." [edish Anti-Semite Fined Stockholm Authorities TOCKHOLM (JTA)—Eimar Abnotorious Swedish anti-Semite, teen fined four hundred n on charges of disseminating hied matter which carries no fcrer.ee to its printer, place of Jlication and date of production. August, Mr. Aberg was senbed to two months imprisonbt for publishing and dis%  itij.g pamphlets containing ^nations of Jews and instigai to racial hatred. sister Reports Orphan's hereabouts Unknown HE HAGl'E (JTA)—The Dutch orities will take action against ersons suspected of being injn the kidnapping of An Beekman. 14-year-old Jewish orphan who was abducted by holic foster parents when the 1s ordered her turned over to Jewish community, Dr. LeonDonkar. Justice Minister, annced in the Netherlands Senate. revealed that after many hi): the whereabouts of the are still not known. fman Mayor Apologizes to irish Community for Insult HANKFURT (JTA>—An insult be tiny Jewish community has and grudgingly been reited. it was reported here. The. Wt occurred when the chairman the Jewish congregation drew (attention of Rueckingen's townadministration to the dhti(i the road outside the local fish cemetery and suggested it be sv opt prior to Memorial Ben Gurion's Return is Alert To Egyptian Army for Defense r.ONDON (WNS) — An Official military spokesman in Cairo was reported to have declared that the Egyptian Army had been alerted to hold itself in readiness because of certain developments in the Middle East, according to reports reaching here from Egypt. The alleged alert signal is said to have been provoked by a number of factors, but primarily by the return of David Ben Gurion to the Israeli Befense Ministry. Diplomatic Recognition Granted Laos, Cambodia WASHINGTON (JTA) —The Israel Embassy made known here that Israel has granted diplomatic recognition to Laos and Cambodia. It is understood that the Israel Government will not recognize either North or South Viet Nam because it considers the situation "still fluid." first "Who's Who" of the Jews Of the world, containing biographies of 11.000 outstanding Jewish personalities in government, science, industry, religion, the arts, community life and other fields of endeavor in more than 70 countries, was published Monday, according to an announcement by Harry Schneidcrman, chairman of the editorial board of the new biographical dictionary. Originally scheduled for publication late in 1954, "Who's Who in World Jewry" was delayed until February by the editors determination "to make the volume as complete a directory as possible to the most important lewish personalities of the time." Italian Jewry Endangered By Assimilation, Editor Says NEW YORK (WNS) — Italian Jewry, which now numbers'35,000, is on the downgrade owing to assimilation and the high incidence of conversions, says Leon Feldberg, editor of the "South African Jewish Times." in an article of his newspaper which has just arrived here. Association Dinner-Dance 52 Association of Greater Miami will hold its annual donor-dinner dance on Sunday, Mar. 27, at the Beachcomber. Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld is chairman of the affair, and Mrs. Jack Vivian is acting as co-chairman. 52 Association services wounded veterans throughout the year, and its services are completely voluntary. „• %  Rabbi Caplan in Radio Talk Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of Congregation Kneseth Israel, will be guest speaker on the Rabbinical Hour over radio station WGBS on Sunday morning, Mar. 13, at 9:15 a.m. Rabbi Caplan's topic will be "Hate—Constructive and Destructive." Winner of the "Car Project" conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is Mort Elterman (right), shown receiving keys to a 1955 Chevrolet from car project chairman Sidney Palmer. Center president Mrs. Milton Sirkin looks on. Announcement of the winner was made at the Center's annual Invitational ball, which was conducted last week, with over 400 people in attendance. Annual Sisterhood Supper Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will hold an annual smorgasbord supper and dance at the Allapattah Linns Club on Saturday evening. Chairman is Mrs. Sam Wexler. Mrs. Harry Herman is in charge of reservations. Zionist Luncheon Wednesday Miami Beach Israel Zionist District will hold its weekly luncheon on Wednesday noon. Mar. 16, at the Raleigh hotel. Phil Salmon will be chairman, with Charles Lee reporting on the latest news from Israel. M Appointed Deputy Under fretory of Labor by Mitchell WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretf Labor James P. Mitchell our.ced the appointment of MilCass as Deputy Under Secrecf Labor Mr. Cass has been ping as a Special Assistant to Secretary. In his new post. 1 Cass, as chairman of the Labor partaient'snew program planEnd review committee, will fcet and coordinate programs operations to assure "maxii efficiency and economy." An firney, Mr. Cass is a member of Montgomery County Jewish nmunitv. Prt Tito, Nehru May Jiote Near East Conflict PNITED NATIONS (WNS)—Acting to an authoritative report eived hero this week from the %  trolled Yugoslav radio. Prime iwer Pandit Nehru of India and snal Tito of Yugoslavia agreed !" ? Tito's recent trip to India it trie Yugoslav President should pnirt to mediate the conflict bef !" the Arabs and Israel in an in to stabilize relations in the* Idle East ir S Anti-Semitic Reign Terror as FBI Aid Sought '" %  TON, Mass. !" >lies who ,,' !" ni(s d settled -here in %  K m i since World War U have ttKh geU o£ "nonyrtous L I !" 1 of chalked epithets tt a !" on doors and in the •hono f CTude lightening gunshot episode. LAND 0'SUN DAIRIES takes pride and pleasure in again announcing that it will be privileged to serve its many Jewish patrons with KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Congregation Beth Tfilah, Director PHONE JE 1-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS r^ii^DC MILK CREAM ICECREAM or order from route salesman



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LnA Y, MARCH 11. 1955_ +Jeisti IkridHcir PAGE 5 A Egypt Threatens tenewal of War fith Jewish State Continued from Pa 1 A Ascribed as "unprecedented," was U| soon after the clash by the LJniled Nations Truce Supervision JUanization at Jerusalem. The hinprcci'd'-nted" feature of the ommunique was that it was issued ,cfore the Egyptian-Israel Mixed Jrmistice Commission had established the facts and even before Egypt had filed a protest with the (jamission. At UN headquarters here various delegations expressed amazeLent at the speed with whigh the Cffice of Gen. E. L. Burns, UN Chief f Staff, seemed ready to ondemn Israel in connection with he flare-up of fighting along the Baza strip Gen. Burns himself peronally undertook an investigation ater In both capitals, special Cabinet Lesions considered the situation Inn" both launched intensive diplonatic campaigns with the goal of he Egyptian condemnation of Israel by the Security Council. In Jerusalem. Premier Moshe lharctt. speaking from the forum |f the Israel Parliament, proclaimthat as long as Egypt insists Ipon claiming a state of war exists kith Israel in violation of its obligations under international law, it nust face the consequences." He noted that such consequences Delude armed clashes and bloody attics"" and charged that Egypt lad provoked them. It is up to pjypt. he continued, to decide beeen the present state of affairs vith all the losses and perils with khich it is fraught" and complete Ibstention from any acts of hosplity and scrupulous fulfillment of he terms of the armistice agreebent. Col. Nasser, in a speech in Cairo, eplied by threatening that Egypt kould "give Israel a lesson they f\\\ never forget." Col. Nasser declared that the Egyptian Army had been instructto meet force with force. "I (till remember how the Security Council let us down previously and lelped ihe Jews achieve their ends. from now on, we will not rely on ne Security Council and its resoution-." he asserted. Taking cognisance of Premier Shared warning voiced in the Israel Parliament that Egypt must tface the consequences" of her bmpaign ol hostilities against the Jewish State, the Egyptian dictator aid: I heard Sharett's warning lesterday, but I wish to confirm lhat we never forget harm done to He said Israel did not win the 1948 war. "UN resolutions were pe victor If we enter this battle, *e shall make up for the past, Knowing we are defending our honor, our fatherland and our duty." Symposium on Life Slated by Council "Symposium on Jewish Family Life" has been announced by the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women." Mrs. Harry Rogers, study group chairman, this week said ihe symposium will mark the Tercentenary celebration of Jewish settlement in the United States. The home of Mrs. Harry Barnhard, 355 North Hibiscus dr., will be the site for a symposium meeting Friday morning. Appearing as panelists will be Robert Mayer and Mrs. Maurice Serotta. Recorder will be Mrs. Irving Wexler. Consultants for the symposium are Albert Comanor, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, West Miami Jewish Center spiritual leader. A previous session of the symposium was held here last week at the home of Mrs. Burton Goldstein, 109 4th ter., Rivo Alto Island. Participating were Mrs. Sam Berlin and Mrs. M. Margolis, with Mrs. Sam Gcrtman acting as recorder. Masquerade Due At Beth David Walls of Beth David auditorium will resound to the music and comedy of the congregation's annual Purim play Saturday night, Mar. 12. Sponsored by the Sisterhood, the affair will be a masquarade and dance. Highlighting the evening's entertainment will be the presentation of the musical, "What Happened in Shushan?" under the direction of Mrs. Louis Rosenson. King Ahasuerus will be played by Murray B a u m who has been a part of the local amateur theatre groups for many years. Mrs. George Saluk, who is Queen Esther, is a member of the Beth David Choir. The cast also includes the Mesdames Michael Covin, Samuel Badanas, Charles Spingarn, Albert Dubler, Max R. Silver and Jack Donnerstag. Mrs. Phil .Abrams is accompanist. Male roles will be portrayed by Robert Purisch, as Mordecai, and Charles Spingarn as Haman. Ballet class will make their premiere appearance. Dancers include Mrs. Frank Rose, Mrs. Max Jacobson. Mrs. Jerome Gordon, Mrs. Jack Emmer and Mr. Emanuel Schon. Music will be furnished by Jack Donnet and his orchestra. Prizes for the most authentic Purim costumes, the funniest and the most original, will be awarded. Judges are Mrs. Harry Gordon, Herb Scher and Louis Schwartzman. Decorations are under the supervision of Mrs. David Parnes. Mrs. Louis Schwartzman is chairman of the affair. BUENOS AIRES FRIENDLY David Singer to Mark 81st Birthday At Gables Home of Son Tuesday Eve I David Singer's 81st birthday will I be celebrated on Tuesday evening, : Mar. 15, at a dinner party in the home of his children. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, 6945 Granada iblvd.. Coral Gables. Singer, who has been a Miami resident for the past 13 years, residing at 1786 SW 10th st., will : be guest of honor with his wife. I In addition to the William D. Singers, others children present will be Mr. and Mrs. Peter Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olkes, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Singer, Cleveland, O.; and Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein, Youngstown, O. An unusual feature of the birthday party is the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldberg, of 1754 SW I 15th st., Mrs. William D. Singer's j parents, will also be guests of honjor, marking Mr. Goldberg's 76th i birthday. David Singer, originally from Cleveland, is a retired liquor business operator and recently returned from a trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina, made with the W. D. Singers. Purpose of the trip was to attend the wedding of grandfather Singer's nephew. His sister settled in Argentina in 1904, as part of a proposed farm •jWicipants >" Beth Ddvid Synagogue's annual Purim play on w. 12 include (first row. left to right) the Mesdames Charles fPwqarn. Phil Abrams and Max R. Silver. Second row are the anrfi es Micha l Covin. Louis Schwarteman. George Saluk a Louis Rosenson. Third row are Robert Purisch. Charles pm 9arn. Murray Bourn. Mrs. Albert Dubler and Phil Abrams. DmvU Sim ft for passports here. "We weren't even allowed to take cameras along with us. We stayed in a Buenos Aires hotel. But actually, we went everywhere, and most of the people we met were quite friendly." David Singer described Friday evening services in a beautiful Buenos Aires synagogue "where most everyone spoke Yiddish — colony for Jewish settlement. "My \ including the youngsters, who apsister raised ten children there," | parently read and write it. We saw he explained. "This was the last Yiddish newspapers everywhere." of the unmarried sons." He said that they had all been warned not to speak with strangers in Argentina, when they applied >*WWWWWWWWWWW< GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. Ml 6-5860 | Have your roof repaired now; you I will live on a now roof utir "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" His sister lives 200 miles from the Argentine capital city, and he and the W. D. Singers took a plane to the wedding site. "We couldn't get a commercial liner," he explainMIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hareinq Ave. Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. 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PAGE 2 B -JmistncrfcMM r ^AY : M ARC ^ lT j Rabbi Hvrwhz Addnaes Hebrew Academy W Rabbi B Leon Homo, saaxitual leader of tamer* Jewise. Cet>rl Gab'/es as goes* speaker ax t Hebre* Academy Wocaes's donor hmebeoc held Thursday ic AucbtorseeB. •••••••••• *j rAev % tvj LEAH UOHARD i • : : >: Rabat Hamo in prauasg Tiorkiiig zealously for the upkeep : the Ptb r e er Academy is a signal 5 M tea* S LMi avrwrt; %  : %  •. • Vr" • "jf fr bcc oiiker* aavcaoeiay Woora Fei:.--cconipa-; Send rour favorite r*ciM to The Jewish Ftorrdien. tooether wrth vevr ntm end addressIf vov have recent photograph, you may include it with yew entry. Should your recipe appear m thi$ column. rw will be presented with a copy of The Book of Jewish Recipe* Containing SOB kother recipe* and a Foreword on the principle* of cookery1 cup all-purpose I : canned cherries, well drained, pitted %  soda i u-a&poon %  I leasp %  aaajila : cap chopped nut.pec-n> .%  or margarine. vugar and egg in a mixing bowl till .-ether dry lngrediid fold in gradually, adding a then chopped Bats and chemer which may be cut in %  Turn into a greased 8x13 inch cake pan and bake 45 mir.utea 350 Remove from oven and pour o\er top the %  mixture Cherry Syrup dark brown sugar espoon butler or margarine iespooas cherry ;uice Cook together till sugar .\ec ard pour over pudding in the bal • cool C square* or oblongs Ma> bt >erved ped cream or ice cream Serve> 8 Zomoro Center Sisterhood Zamora J* • —oagh 44 Zamora i I riant pack %  -.:: --•6* rware. r afn Baa Rabenowiefc 7 >ecau-3*r; are MrI and V.r _reu %  .-. r .re: •• "• % %  '" %  :'. "s • • %  -. > %  Sweet Sour Fish Faeawky Srvie -rge onion, siicee ?d : ink •hwnV y and %  rraafe %  • • • : %  • >> .if ••; .: ;. carrot : %  %  Jiv: :: : 1 c-::. .• .:*. : ; : -• _: : *.. %  -sc*.tre:i over :. gersnaps asd rams aad art cook. %  %  %  re lifting out lish porr. and ga> %  r. B-: ••. %  er %  %  Cherry Puddinf a la Burnt er or ... %  Geti Beach Chamber Award in Goldsmith *, Miami Beach private >ecre been selected to rece:ve the cciinesy award of the Miami Beach ChamI Commerce. Lee i-.r-.-c*-: ••.u-rr>. A %  RBdjkatl %  saaaa UaM e wMj and a cerpcblic acco.M:-G td in *e moving • ear Ad je Star ptajean and the Nat tor. ai Counc.. c4 Je*ia w %  en Mi>Goldsmitk re-ide* M 1009 ^VAtllTY CBIATES APPt T T| 'f SERVE BROWN KASHE in tempting stuffings for poultry on4 veol ... in delightful filling* f or 9rH „ • poppet s ortd tonsotoas. Dalkiou* roo^ 1 nutlike flavor of 100% red buckwfwol! • OEUOOUf • MUTRmOUS TMtiFTY AlSO POOr JOU*1CMATKRNeU OtUQtr. I MUCKWHIAI GUTS Oe Clt*l AHD fUDBlNCJ I • V Feliowcrgft Decree Hib. .75 f*AM. %  Oe*r>e Tuesla] i indito! and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" ftoere Pretectee TEM„ J-JbJI •reeter Mi—i Delivery Vitit Omr farm at Uof lire M. e.d SH^ C reek V0TS 7.\ i *>* ***** tMiEL /^ y_ .-2 i ^h -. \ %  ^ the | bread rhat's naturally good i/ FRfAfCH BffEAD • ££ Distributed by PALM DBTH1BUTOBS. INC. 14 NE. 24th SL. Miami 37. Flo. Phone MM V-i L/ tf SERVING ^GREATB MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk } PHONE 5-55ST ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meali US. Govern ment Inspected Est. M*. 1 ucunirt MiTMMrrets or rm $o*r COASTLINE PROVISION CO, INC •55 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES:££



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WA Y. MARCH 11, 1955 • 'Jenlsiitier Mian C7B. Cresap Named teach Chamber President Preeiand B. Cresap, senior vice Zs idem "f Burdine's, •"m ,,,.|v Iirled president of the MitniBeach Chamber of Commerce lor 1955 by the members of the „,iid of governors last week. Officers named in later ballotng for 1955 were Sam J. Halperin, realtor, first vice president; Leon r McAskill, publisher, second vice LsidV'il: and C. W. (Pete) Chase. Ic.iltnr. treasurer. Appointed to one-year terms on Ac board of governors were Saul Johen, president of Miami Beach Hotel \-sociation: Jules Gillette. rrosiddnt of Btttrt JJusfoeSr Bu Lj of ^fiami BcacH; Herbert S. Umbel, advertising executive; Earl Ketfer, real estate appraiser; n d Burton B. Loebl, attorney. In iinal action of the meeting, (ohn G. Proctor was reappointed to _erve as general manager of the leach Chamber. feretz School Holds Purim lelebration Sunday, Tuesday J Purim concert of the Workmen's lircle I'eretz School was held iinday evening, Mar. 6, at the enter. 1545 SW 3rd st. Louis I.asavin, principal of the Uiool, discussed the signifitnee (I Purim. Mrs. D. Zame, (ember ol the P.T.A.. addressed krents. [A. Aronoff, chairman of the chool board, presided. Masueradc party for children folfwed in Tuesday, the day of wrim. PAGE 9 B Young Pianist Wins Top Rating Locally Janice Susan Feld, age 8. earned the distinction of being the youngest entrant to win a superior rating in the Royal Poinciana District Junior Music Festival held at Musicians Club of America late in February. The young pianist, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hax P. Feld, 1655 SW 19 ter.. Miami, was one of 155 entrants ranging in age from 8 to 17, and 14 superior ratings were conferred. Janice, a third grade student at CoraL^Way School, played in the moderately difficult Class I group. She studies with Miss Hbrtense Buys. U of F Junior Named To Florida Blue Key Henry David Forer, a junior in the accounting school at the University of Florida, was last week named to the school's Blue Key sp. akers' Bureau. The high academic honor came to Forer on the heels of his recent participation in a tourney at the University of Miami. Representing the U of F, Forer won five out of seven debates. He left last week for Dartmouth in New Hampshire, where he participated in an invitational debate tourney. The jLbyfljrsit#,of Florida junior is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer, 2121 SW 24th ave. cTJk Setofke IAMI TITLE & QhttactCo. B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy (left), accepts a Sefer Torah from Samuel Ritter presented recently to the Academy before a capacity audience. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Titlt Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus t (reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Wlbrick Tells 2.000 Communists Are Advancing Heavily Every Day [Herbert Philbrick told some persons at the Dade County luditorium last week that there ere only some 40,000 com|umst commando troops in Russia years ago "but today they have jtablished bloody and absolute Introl over 900.000,000 people." [The former FBf undercover gent, who joined the Communist arty and spent nine years secretly living information about U.S. comlunist activity to the Federal govfnment. was in Miami to address ade's final Brotherhood Week Inction sponsored by B'nai B'rith. [Philbrick, author of the bestfiling hook, "I Led Three Lives," tw featured weekly on a coast-to}>;i-t television network, said the edare taking over the territory the world at the rate of 1,000 B".,nn-iles a day. Discussing South Florida comBUILDERS Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS TOR THE JEWISH TRADE \ look for (he 2-Sf.ry White Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MMKUS $40.00 plus Ctmetery Chara.es |P*n Sundays Phone 13-0249 munist activity, he told the large gathering that communists have i tried to be successful here but that "membership of the party has never been as heavy in Florida, or anywhere in the South, as in the industrial cities of the North." Also addressing the gathering was Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. Welcome in behalf of B'nai B'rith was delivered by Judge Milton A. Friedman, of Miami Municipal Court and national commissioner of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Invocation was by Rev. Fred E. Cole, president of the Greater Miami Council of Churches. Booker T. Washington High School Chorus. Mrs. Leiia Roberts Williams, director, presented a musical program. Delivering the benediction was Father Theodore R. Gibson, vicar, Christ Episcopal Church at Coral Gables. nly MAHISCHEWITZ has this EXTRA feature! keeps your matzos oven-crisp M Honor of Psssovcf ANISCHEWITZ MATZOS • WINE • EGG MATZOS • GEFILTE FISH • BORSCHT • SPONGE CAKE MIX REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular vinti to your hvma ara the eer and more economical way DRYW00D TERMfTES ERADICATED HU0N TINT METHOD Stra, 0 h t s.Yaae Quarantea on Dry WO o a or 6ubt.rran.an T.rmlta. TRULtNOLEN. MIAMI M1 Wae^yn, Bh/. M-6441 "'AMI .BACH 1741 Alt*. Road £-3411 MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th Street Dade Federal ^ JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth $*••' ~ rM BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. 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&GZ4 3 FRIDAY. MAHCH 11, Reevaluation in Near East-Arms to Arabs B. W wTON ?t*EOMAM ^ •-: __.... .__.-. %  KKSHBKT* mm Z**.' • %  "*.:; Ml %  • ^rera^* i fawarahw *: hra. '• :• Li %  •— : %  • •-;. %  i. .-_-. ~ -^ %  ^r f* I""**% %  %  • %  "* *•** r. • E --_-- _-,-TT>JL'l-. a,-, t kal The _-.. .--":-. -•-• -, %  • %  e. lead MS peon whea ttw wht ^ _*. -• L *T % %  — s an hear ha* mini %  %  ad am* > eat t iiiigaiH af aejar at Ira*. '." %  •-' -• — ... ...... • .%  s~.rpe V -: %  l '-i >----i.-*—"*. i -~ : "-" *w -" --{%  .*! -. e so t i" flBM :.. xucat aaeaf aaa e> pee ".** t*v* -,---. %  .•. c ". -, Bnace c< !%  —,' : %  • r %  -> :---. i : -: %  !**"* J s : :-' %  %  ----: % %  ..-mere iwnnii boa: as taaaalar te the Turx— %  %  %  %  %  -.-. :; %  %  .x— %  %  ; --: .... %  %  %  .%  •. -.." .. ., ... --. aela-lmsmi btaehndes _-*. :-:=•:* -i -PC naags inmr r r n* i -"-" ." r. *• Jew* ia a Beachstag-fire type oC A ieadim I afipajiu the Wasb. %  i" L sad editorially that .-;. -':. :.--• :-,.%  w.<*era c* eroand the-e pairs --i* ; .:.atatoati MaMk i _. ; ._ ... -i— • : .-• ?.-BEHISB rOMJTICAL #f ItTli^ Resignation of Lavon No Surprise to M B f DAVID HOffOWITZ ap; noHe had argued for ik turn o two former Array gi' THE RESIGWATION of Pinhas "??*? A vodSj Lacr of Defense, was no rjVV !" t-'armei. both tsrprue to the intimate* of the J*^~ rn """ilerv in u^ */j Mapai leaden circle It was known that Lavon had di-agre*d with Prune had qv ia u tew stroaf miliUr;. 1 ep after the hansjfns; of the two Jews in Cairo. Also, for reasons of artmsin. Lavon advocated a reffle ui the military high AT THE MOVIES Congressional Record In Tribute to Cantor Si LEON GUTTERMAN ~ A HOLLVWOOD—A TI3UTE Eaiw Cantor. in caaaectaoa with -%  • --,-.% %  .-.-.; %  :.ared in the C v m gn n i n aa l Beeord the other day by Rep Jaaws A. Boos t wh of California. J fkart for so many of : -that Eddie Cantor has reached the C3rd aniestone of hu life -We %  mac who dnaiiaatrs the stage with • mart aest aad life m him la his charitable activities he has i many of his feUowmen aad in this way attained greater heights of bnrnaartanaaism hiauelf Charitable work u today a great part el his life • • %  Dr Jonas EL Salk. originator of the triple vaccine to combat poliomyelitis—which was mass-tested on IJOOJOW school children last :f he goe* live again next year, be may cut down to as few as ten shows. NBC u using its full persuasive powers in trying to convince MUton to remain 'live" rath er than torn to film, as in the ease of Jack Benny and Eddie Cantor who are now filming their own aoBth* ahead of >chedule Tin I ladependenee These inner d: Shard! as*""lo the 4 submitted m advance to fci paler fc ***?** [ on '•*" *rw ili on in f7 Sharett and Lavon pj„j m* to BG at Sde &*„ fc neetwo with thi> matter suit* are now known Following hirr-ignition *">' participationin the tK, i ai a p a ign is bemz shuaaH b? Mapai leadership The offical, son to be giver. | r Livoa', participation m the electioa be: rest and readjustment f alignments. • • • The optimistic reports to Eric Johnston < m:ion i Near East belie the facts r ston's first meetir.witk I.TKJJ ficials was a failure Later. ever, when Mr John-1 on md that be would return to the I States aad report the failurei mission because of I-rael'< %  tion. the Israelis ehaagM ih titude. They decided it wa more advisable to place the I on the Arabs. The reversHI position proved a treat dq success: Mr. Johnston left for the Arab Stateand the initial rebuke there Thti of Israel's diplomat >. naadjj gain time, was acr.:e-.ed Political circles estimate thai Lr. ca-e you're interested in original wnting for the screen or television, here's an interesting fact: A sune> by the Writers Guild of America shows that 18 percent of the active members are working in motion pictures on term contracts or week to week deals, with expenses accruir., to all 16 percent doing originals for filmjthe present electi.-r. year wiC ing jto about 30 million L-raeh In the television field eight per-' *** "f 1 "** P*^ for ceat are employed on a term or i U ons l 6 5"?** staff basis. 16 percent on flat deals ^M^ a mst Coagn ""^ nine percent doing originals | t aruUL io writing keeps 17 percent %  Radio 11 -:•. ag keeps percent are parteal writing The most import: toreipl was interviewed by Ed%tut th ,^, ,„ ~.,,, 2 ;.„~ have no diplomatic re.atioai %  and the rest are employed in story editing, advertising writing, pubbe relations aad short stones. B Marrow on his "See television program. Dr. Salk. with his associates has developed a serum which mayprove to be to polio what Dr Edward Jecner's vaccine was to small^uTs^wotrbefore final results of the inc Israel, but still maintain tbart sul-Geoerals in Jerusalem those of Spain and the Vatxal The race to transform "War and Peace" to a motion picture is. on ic earnest. The Leo Tolstoy classic. ed up to this time, now has no less •hree producers ready to .-t-en They are .ck. the Italian proDeLaorentis, \>ho is preparing an English rersioe, and Broadway producer Mike Todd. Phil Beaaava, president of the id Company, harevealed that %  • :' :•--• Hut Ik. —mt r teati of am • rail :-••%  44 states will be kaewi noBBcement evaluatm; :.\ec*rof the .-^ • .:<..%  : .ex' By HILARY MINDLIN ALTHOUGH THERE •-r. many biographies o* & 1 Prune Muuster of IsraeL now Minister of D*f*-' one. That it will take precedence for reasons *her thar Kftah for one. it is excellent, airoost unqaaufiedly exceller bee from sentimentality, set down %  crystal prose and sparked with a flaring wit It is far and i, meat exciting account of Zionism and the birth of Israel which has come '-he way of this column, of indeed, of my experience eginning in a Polish ghetto. Ben-Gunon lived Zior.i,m With him. the author -a;, i ear.;, .r. the book, -we shall see how they >e early year-, how they struggled with the barren earth, and bow their toil was rewarded: how they learned to be farmers, and soldiers, and r.ow the> never forgot they were Jewi aad fought to save their brethren, and grew in stature and from the became the rulers. Then we shall know why n a David Green Ber. Gurion and he alone, who had to be the fir>t prime minister of the rKtsbargh School of Medicine, %  hichhe has directed <:nce 1MT. Be dmrasaed the history of polio. r. progrf 0001 -' I research ethodsJo control it > • n Berie still can't make up his mind whether he wants to go to television films next season Berle am he doesn't want to work as hard next seme--' process i vet. ter Hes alternating with Martha to make it. too. Raye and Bob Hope in the Tuesday mg the screenplay evening slot this season, but even nick version Fred %  "High Noon"' Zinnemann bean signed to direct and E Sherwood to write the


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nav MARCH 11. 1955 LEGAL NOTICE in court |.,. i.County, Florid* Bl'HKNE TROOP L r ,,\ U BEIOBl. AppUeanl Klagler St. [ Il Tlce UNDER FICTITIOUS l 0T NAME LAW l T ,, r |. !" iKHi:ilV OIVBN that Lorrnlmeil. desiring '" engage In I 1 imlrr Hie ri.iitn.UH name of I IKNKItAI. IIOHI'ITAL, .at Mi"'.' ui.mi Florida, h the i lade ;-V ;,h's,-.,-.. Miami, n> I name witij „f Hi.' ,lrl S-ATKR II'-SI-ITAI-. me I nm fl : 1 1..-1.1 1.. 1. Inc. J ,-., I;,.,.I. .\i II.II Beach, Pla. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CAIIPT IN AND FOR BADE COUNTV FLORIDA. IN PROBA?!. N 0 SJZTBA NOTICE TO CREDITORS A To An redltor. and All Person" 11., K,tr,t, '"' l "" 1 "" 1 **!" „ Ti'i. nd J '"'' n ," f >">'. r either of you ,„av have afafiiit the estate of LEA HARNOF K.dec-cail-.l late of Dade Count) I li .ril, ""' %  '*" Hon. FRANK B ...iu'i'.iN;1 ,' %  : „,';: Judge of I>„,I. County, and file thi i" th.Count) County, Florida, same In hlx office Cotirth.mm in Dad. ^th.n e.Kh, ca^nda, niomm, ,;;:„ '••, it H .?,L.l h "' "', M '""''""ion hereof Saul .-lain!. ,, r demand! to contain the total address of the claimant and to l.e sworn I.. an,l ;-i.s.nt.cl ; ,„ ,,f,„,.. Section uo of the 1933 Probate \rt Date February L-::. A.|I. iy;,AKTHUI: sM:\-oir. As Kxeoutor +Jmlst) fhrldla n LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B IN COUNTY JUDCaVS, COURTDADE COUNYv. FLOfiltJA RE: ICSTATI,^;.23830 CHARLES ISAAC Ic.i 1:1 IBERI ;. NOT !a C D E o. 0 1 'r.a NTENT,ON TO'MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE fiw, 'T ';, is '"' r l > %  v,n "'•" i v* i-,', i i„ !' ''"'" ; ""' Petition for final -Discharge aa Executor of the ISAAi' FRIEDWill of CHARLES BERO, deceased This Uth day .,r February ItBi MAURICE i'mj:ni:i:i:.-, .,.Executoi & MANNHEIMER I % < >mSwi:::^" WB3* SSL BBVIHU K CKLI'.KIt '" NOTICE UNDEFPFIC Attorn*) foi Arthui Barnoff N AME LAW' %  1/4-11 -IV-i ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITHK IH HKIIBBV OIVBN thai m to engage in In rictltloua naiuc of B| K TV SKIIVICE, at T.17.", N W, ','.', ni, i,.im registersaid lei-k of the Circuit ,ni v. Florida., I..'I is WETTER (AS BRKTAN 1 \:,|.licnnt 1 |TI l\ ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTIi-K IS HEREBY OIVEN that I Igned, d.-Hlring to engage In I ler the fictitious name of fi: CAFETERIA, at Dade County. %  ter said name the Clerk of the circuit Court ade County. Florida. AIRLINES CAFETERIA, INC. lARD ,\ Mt'ROFF y, for Applicants .im-nln IM OTICE BY PUBLICATION %  IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IDA IN AND FOR DADE TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176867 : SYLVESTER, Plaintiff, .I SYI.VKSTKI!, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ITA ,1 SYLVESTER ,. Leah DKlia T'T Hudson li.'iilevard New Jersey viTti .1 SYLVESTER, are y notified tli.ii a Hill .if Cornier Plvojce has been fil.il it you, and you are required to nf your Answer or Pleadi the Hill oi Complaint on fne f(. Attorney, NORMAN' R. s • .I2 Olympia ItulldliiR-. Ml:'. Florida, and file the original Pleading in the office of !,!k ..i Hi.Circuit t'nurt on or th. !Mh flay of March. 195.'.. j 'nil r. do so, judgment by dewlll be liken against you for %  lief demanded In the Bill of latai nntii-e shall be published once .irk for four consecutive weeks E JEWISH Pl.oltlDlAX K IND fMtDRRfCD at Miami, i this LMst day of Kebruar>-, E B 1,1'ATMKRMAN, • 'Ink, Circuit Court. li ide i ountv. Florida By .1. .AN COHRNOYER, fint ponrl Real) Hepuiv Clerk |MAN R, I.YOXS : Plaintiff ling, Miami ?,2. F'la. Il.|| THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ..?ADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN l, N S ERV No. 172 |\KM.\ ORTFFIN HALF:, Plaintiff. iRtlk MATTHEW HALE. JR.. Ik.^*,^_ Defendant. |N0T|CE BY PUBLICATION IF: M VTTHEW HALE, .in. IWI ns Street, Purest, North Carolina n ittfled that a Comhas been filed and you are required to of w>ur Answer on the i'i attorney, lt,4iert II. Traur< % %  103I ilnPont Building. Mlh.orl.l.-i. an I fit,, the orlrtnal r !n the office pf the Clerk of ,'' Court on or before th* |-fif! .lav nf MaTch. 1, Florida, V\T!..\-vi, Itl-II.DINO MAINTENANCE, INC. i" 1 '" 11 CortHirntion s. H^M ^' ,I,:l MA ^ Sec i-n '.'.v.; •• RICHARD KKNNKI.V „n N U A N M 6 E E T A F W= T,T OUS ^VPortda'tn! zl Sa ftk MfUpHfc' Owner iw TH Mr, COU ^ Y JUGESCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B In lie: ESTATE OF JACou L. KADOMSKY, also known as JACOB RADOMSKY a/k/H JACK ItADii.MSKY a/k/a JACOB RODOsUKY, .NOTICE TO CREDITORS lo All I redltors and All PerSOM Ha' Ing Claims or Damantls Against Said l-.Mtate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to pienMit anv claims and demands which you or elthar Of y..u, may have against th estate of JACOB I. RADOMSKY, also known as JACOB RADOMSKY. a/k/a JACK RADOMSKY .-tv ,Leased late of padc Cuiinty. Florida, to the Honorable County .luilges of Dade County and file the same In their office* in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the data of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie. sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same iil lie barred. See Section 733.16 of the PH.. Probate Act. Date February IT. A.D. lfM HERBERT S SHAPIRO. As Administrator I'.T A of the aataM of JACOB l. RADOMSKY etc. I lei BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED Aitoiiie.is f,,i Administrator. CT.A. I/St — 3/6-11 18 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 25239 RE: ESTATE OF JI'LIA i: KELLER, also known as .ll'LIA ELIZABETH KELLER. Doraased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N'IITICK i^ hereby gl\ en that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of JULIA E KELLER, also known as JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER deceased; and that on the :ilst ilav of March, IKS, will apply to the II,moral.I.W. F' HI.ANT'>.V CoOnt) Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor nf the Estate of JI'LIA E. KKI.I.KK. also known as JI'LIA ELIZABETH KELLER, deceased This L'^rd dav of F'ebruary. 1955. Kl.MKK E KELLER I'ALI/iT. SILVER MI'I.LOY Attorneys for Executor Tin Congrasi uidg., Miami, l-la. j/t-ii-is-:.'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKRY OIVBN that the iin'U-rMKncd, il.usirinK t>. engage in business mid.II the fictitious names of l:. nanii Mortgage Co.; ItenAnn Mortgage Co; lieu Ann Morlg ige Co.! Ilenan .Mortgage Co.; and BenAn MortSM Co., at 13.-. 94th Street, Miami Beach 41, 11a intend to register Bald names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN NEWMAN ANN NEWMAN THEODORE It. NELSON Attorney for Applicants 2/ls-r. — : i/4-lt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 176778 PETER R, RIKN/.I, Plaintiff. vs. MARIE RIF:NZI, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MRS MARIE BIKNZI 140 ICast 2nd St net Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been fil.-d against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. 8ANFORD F'RF:F:D. S20 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 31'. Florida, and fHe'the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of Iho Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March. 1955 you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks ih THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND nRDKIIFP at Miami. F'lorida. this 16th day of February. A.D. 19.,:, ( ri ATH| .. UMAN Clerk. Circuit Court. I Dade County, Florida Bv WM W. STOCKING. (Circuit Court Seal/ Deputy Clerk SANFY>RD FKEET Attorney for Plaintiff __ ,*, 820 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 32. Florida 2/18-25 — 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I'KLLOPAK COMPANY (Not Inc ), at 1401 N.W '-'2nd Street, Miami, FTa., intend to register said name with the ci.ik ..r tincircuit Court of Dade V-oumy, K'oiida.^,, A OAN8 HARRIKT E OAN8 CHARLES' E. DANS M WRICK CANS BYDNBY •: KNH FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO AUornejs for Pi l...],l liiilldlng — 3/4-11 NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ens ••under the fictitious n MAM LINGERIE CO., al 163 N.B leth St., Intend! to register said name "Uli Hi. i Ink of 11,.. Hi I,, Court of i %  '"• %  ouni i. i loi Ida HERMAN T, ls,s''"' U AN ST "' T Attorney for Applicant 1103 Congress HI.I.. 3/4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE NOTIliL DJiJDEff FICTITIOUS I NAME-LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in. underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI TROPICAL ll.liRA, at 2648 B W. -Mb Lane, Miami. Fia.. intend! to register said name with the ClerM of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT O. MAOEE (Sole Owner) HENRV M. CAIN Attorney for A|.piicant 3618 W. F'lagler St Miami, Fia. 3/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BERN IE HAFFERS RESTAURANT at number 1310 N K 2nd Ave., in the utlgmelil by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four .ons. tiv week! In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this .1Mb day of F'ebruary. A.I i lilt. K P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida By M c GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK A. RESNICK Attorney for Plaintiff 16350 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, 11a. P. O. Box 128 2/2f. — 3/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 176328 MARGARET I-. BTBOER, Plaintiff, MICHABL .1. S'I'KGKR. Defendant. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MICHAEL .1. BTEGER, Defendant 49S F;. Dele van Avenue Murrain. New Vork ViilWILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE thai a Bill or Complaint mr Divorce has been filed against yon, ami v..u are required t<> aerve a copy of vbur Answer or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, l R. MAYERS, 1102-04 Congress Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th day or April, IffiS. ir son rail to do BO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once .a. b week for four consecutive weeks in Tin-: JEWISH n.oiuniAN. DONF: AND ORDERED at Miami, ihis :'nd clay or March. A.D. 1056. K li LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Hut.. Countv. Floi-Ma Bv M. C. GRKKN. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk I. R MAYERS Attorney for Plaintiff 1108-04 Congreea Bldg Miami. Florida 3/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign,.,|, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious name of LEON'S LIQUORS, at (874 S.W 8th St.. Miami, intends to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County. Florida. SAM-CKL B LAVTNB, Sole owner WKLVKLI; KHHSLBR AtUirnegs f..r .Vuidiiuiiil Sev f n.rfd' ll|Ag W 3/4-11-18-2B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW B IS HEREBY GIVEN that i %  Igned, d.-slrinu to engage In under the liclltlous name of I;. i M i sic, at 8602 N.W 22nd intends to register S..I.I nami i llai k of the Circuit Court of unty, l-'l..i :.i.i W.U.TKK EARZYCKI KNfJEL, l-:S(j for Flamingo Music 5 — 4/1 N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 29126-B RE; ESTATE OF -MoltRIS DEUTSCH, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have Hied my final report and peUtion ror F'ln.il Discharge as Administratrix of th. .stale of MORRIS DEUTSCH, deceased; and that on the I'.th das of ri h, 1955, I will applv to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLING, County Judge Of Dade <*eunty, Florida, (or approval or said rinal report and lor rinal dischai-R.as Administratrix ol the Estate ot MORRIS DEUTSCH, deceased.. This 16th dav or F'ebruary. 15S. TEBNIE DEUTSCH HAROLD SOLOMON Attorney t "rk Ton, FABIAN u rail to do so. Judgment bv default will be taken againsjvou for the relief demanded ID the Bill of This notice shall be published once each week for Tom oonsecil 1,ve weeks in Till-: 04.:\VISII FLDRJD1AN. DONE AND (iRDKRED at Miami. Florida, this tad day of March. A.D. K ii LEATHBRUAN, Clerk, Clix-ult Court. |.,,l. County. Florida w M u STOCKING. %  Clrcnli Curt Seali Deputy Clerk MtTiiri: H I'AVis Attorn. -v for i'lalnliff Vis RevbeM 1:1.1c Miami. Fia 3/4-11-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177296 ETTA col'RTMAN KCHl'TZMAN. Plaintirr, HARRY scHtr.'V.MAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY SCHCTZMAN IS] Amboy Street. IliXMiklyn. New York You, HARRY SI'III TZMAN. 151 Ambov. Street. Brooklyn, New Tork, are herebv notiried that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, an.i yon are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the I'lalntiff'H Attorneys. MYIIKS. HUMAN KAPLAN, 650 Seybold Bui dIng, Miami, Florida, and file th)e original An~wei or Pleading In the off of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the nth day < April, is.'... if you fail to do so, Judgment l>> deiauM will be taken ajcalnst >ou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four cons.-, utiv. week! in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DllNF; AND ORDF'.RF'.D at Miami. Florida, this 7 day of March. A.D. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court Dade County. Florida Bv JUAN COURNOTER, (Circuit Court Seal! D.-put> Clei k MYKRS. 11 KIM AN .v KAPLAN Attorneys ror I'lalnliff S.*0 Seybold Building, Miajul. Florida J/U-18-M — 4 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY CIVRN that the undersignecf. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VKRTIC1.E BLIND CO. OF FLORIDA, at 16.',-67-16 N.E." 2nd Bt., Miami, intend to register said name with tle Clerk M IheCircult Court ..I Dade Coiini. lloriila. MAXWELL I, WEISBKRil I.KtiNARD HF:iN a/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NYLON EXTERMINATORS, at I6i:i Alton Rd.. Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F'lorida. CHARLES TAIBL LEONARD KALIHH Attornev for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldg. 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business iin.ler the fictitious name of MAYI-'AII! BEAUTY BALON, at 1090 s \V flth \v.. Miami. Fia Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit c.urt of Dad.County, Florida. MILDRED i: CASCADDEN i S..I.< iwnerl HENRY M CAIN Attornes for Applicant 2518 W, Haul.-i St.. Miami, l-la. 1/4-11-18-K ALWAYS... PAY BY CHECK Commercial and personal checking accounts will save time, worry and provide receipts for obligations paid. Open a checking account with us today MERCANTILE -^ NATIONAL BANK WA^HIHC.ON AVINUI %  % %  lii Mtea eons keswsel u..'4"e ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jet* 1st Meridian solicits your legal notices. 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^AY I M ARCH029!j5 — pin Weinstein Dead at 54; L Finance Company Official Ervlces for Irwin Weinstein, 54, \*W NE 12th st.. San Marco LSTan executive for a co^merl„nance company were^ielc, Ldav in Beach .Memorial Chajr;,,h burial in Ml. Nebo Cemel\ir Weinstein, who died Sunday. M ENID Ne* York seven years He ws a member of Temple nanu-El and Sholem. Lodge Bnai, [which he served as an officer. Lorviving is his wife. Mae H ; L, -rcMdcnl of the Greater Mini chapter of Hadassah and a [ te officer in the Florida chap AwlcfiflnrfrfJ**? jbinowitz Unveiling fhc dedication of a monument to t memory f the late Ida Rabinob formerly of 4180 Chase ave., Li'iii Beach, will take place Sun£ Mar 13, 1 p.m.. on the Temple Eel Sect inn of Graceland Memo|l park cemetery, with Dr. JoSh Narol .ifficiating. Mrs. RabinoL ,survived by her husband. C,i >: two daughters, Mrs. Adele Irowit/. Hi Miami Beach, and Mrs. Li WeUler. "f New York City; her It her. Mrs. Minnie Orritt, of Mill Beach: two brothers, Sam OrI ,n Miami Beach, and LeNds, of L'erly Hills, Calif.; and four Cdctuldren. Arrangements are Ettrge of Palmer's Miami Monu|ni Company. Friends and relak are asked to attend. isohn Unveiling file dedication of a monument to memorv of the late Tessie Einkn. formerly of 1453 NVV 30th st.. |l take place Sunday. Mar. 13, at p.m., on the Free Sons of Isil Plot nf Ml. Sinai Memorial k Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Brsky officiating. Mrs. Einsohn Survived b) her .husband, Jacob; (daughter-. Miss Selma Einsohn, [Miami, and Mrs. Beatrice Pine, %  Miami Beach;.two sons, Milton, (Jew York, and Murray, of Calif.; two sisters, including Ettie sohn, of Miami. Arrangements in charge of Palmer's Miami nument Comypany. Friends and Hives are asked to attend. Obitnari PAGE 7 B e s HERMAN BERNARD CAVNER H, of +-isi BW tlth tar %  bulldlne, contractor, died Mai I Hi i ainni r was president -, Miami Jewbih < '• %  II,,i and the Home I; ill >l Noiitn Moridu Hi IH Burvtved i>y Ills wile. Hally; ;, .-.,11, KdWHlli llMIIK. a HH.IKlll.l. Alls M., n I.I Sum,nli.,11, |Wo Kl ullil, hiliircll, two brothel i, I h.u lei hod Lul i1 nil c.i Miami, ami ,i winter. Mi li > ware held al the Miami I hapel ol the Qordon funeral Home, IM In Qracoland lie rial rark, BENJAMIN LEWIS 7".. tormerl] of GIT B. Toledo dr., Minim l:, in ii. died MAI 1 in .. un|. N V lie linjl III,-., III Mi;,nil ||. )fai I'aim ave., Miami Beach, v/bo "Mm,her,aeven yeara aero from Philadelphia, paasad away Mar :;. Bar* vnes were held in Philadelphia, with local arranKein.-nis i,\ Boaofa leeaiorial Chapel. Mis. MUSS l,H\es a .la UK III el Mrs, Ma Lewis, Miami Beach. MURRAY NATHANSON RS. ,,f i.'.s BW -isi ,ne. died Prlda) Mr. Nathanson, %  hotel auditor, came to Miami fioin Newark. N.J., eight I years ago. ITe leaves his wife. Mrs | lima N.i i t,,i us, ,n, and a liHUghiei. Mrs. Wesle> v'i'le. in Miami. ROBERT LAZAR II, ,f 7tt llreall ill paSseil ;i\l;l\ Mai i Hal vie.-s weie conducted i,\ the s.-pliai ilii Jewish HrotherhiMiil at the Riverside Miami lieach Chapel. Iluilal followed in Mount Slnal ('• in. !i iy. A ha li'ilresser. Mr. laixar innveil lieie fnin New York City 14 year* aco. He Is survived by one brother anil t0 slstej a. Joint Academy Affairs Slate Proceeds for Scholarship fund P.T.A. anil women's group of the Hebrew Academy Jointly sponsored a "County Fair and Bazaar" on Thursday. Mar. 10. at Hibiscus Auditorium, Alton rd. and 10th st., Miami Beach. General chairman of the affair was Irving Firtel. assisted by Hy Galbut. Representing Hebrew Academy Women was Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. with Mrs. Charles Gertler heading up activities for the P.T.A. Program included dancing, prizes and entertainment by radio and television stars. Proceeds are for the Academy scholarship fund. Men's Club arranged a special "Grager-Shrayer" chorus, conducted by A. Louis Mechlowitz. Cantor Edward Klein rendered Purim songs, and famous Jewish orchestra. comedian Michel Rosenberg appeared as guest star. Six awards were given for the best costumes. Cabaret Night Scheduled Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold its first annual Purim cabaret night at Tifereth Israel Northside Center, Sunday evening. A complete floor show will be presented. Dancing will be to Ray Boniske\s MRS. SARAH POLLAK '..', of l02 Meridian ave., Minim Beac-h, "ho ''•' % %  here i i >-i ,ii-s aau i i New rork, pass.-.i awa) Hunday. Hen-Ices were held In New fork, with local ri.mis, on ni.s "by Riverside Memorial Lhapefc Miami Beach. .Mrs. pollak Is survived bj a son, Sidney, Miami Beach; a daughter, Mra. Uertrude Altrater, Memphis. T.nn.; three sister* and two brothels NOW OPEN MRAM CONVAUSCiNT HOME 380 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nurse Supervision Mrs. Rita Fortman, Mansger Phones S2-S61* — 82.W17 PHILIP FABER (0, of '•:' Ocean' dr.. Miami Beach, passed away Max 4. Services were held In Itiversiile Memorial Chapel. Miami Heaeh. with burial in Mt. Wlnai Cemetery. Mr. Palier is survive. I by ins wife, Oarfrude; three sons. Norman and Marvin. Miami lieach, and Slaiilev. New York i a dauRhtrr. Miss Hlorenre II. Fab.-r. Mniinl EMnshi S brothers and three sisters MAX S. LEVIN IS, of lii'il Collins av,-., .Miami Beach retired owner of a fiom inx company, died Monday. A member ol th, Harvey Seeds Ameliian la-Kloii Post ol Miami, he came hare eleTii \.-.,is aco from I.I.IIK laland, N V. Hurvtvini we Ills wife, Anna: two sons, Jerome B., Mian i. and llnrtun. Hohcnectady, NY., anil three Krandchildi-en. Services were held in Cordon's Miami chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, JOHN WELTMAN JACOBV :>. t lr.tiiHi NE 4th et., retired salaaman win, lame floln New Yolk 12 years Hrii, passed away Sunday in N.-w York, las-al ai ranseinents were in chsiKe of Cordon's Miami Funeral Home Mi .la. ol.y. who died at home, leaves his wile. Lillian; a daughter. Mis Anna W.lner. Baltimore, lid.; a sister and four brothers, includllur Al.' Miami MRS. ANNIE LEILA HINSON 6. of lOl'K S'W 3rd at., pass, d away Saturday. BerVlcea were held In cmdons Miami lieach Chapel, with burial in Cltv Cemetery. Mrs. Illnson was a tTi-yeairesident "f Miami. ABRAHAMS. ORABOYS • I. of S46 Jefferson ave. Riverside Memorial Chapel. Miami lieach. HARRY lKOFKV 7a. of zar.l NW 46th st.. Saturday. Cordon. Miami. ^^^___ 1HEPM0N' v 3836 SEITLir&'COMPAJiY 990 S. A I' 5TR6ET MRS. SARAH ALPERN II. of r.Siin XE ion, ave North Miami Beach, who ram,here 10 yeari ago from New York City, died Monday. Surviving ale her husband. Joseph; a son, Mi.hael: a daughter. Miss lillda At pern; her mother. Mra. Minute Creenberg. all of Miami Reach: two brothers, and three slaters, including Mrs Kay Kriedman and Mrs. Cell Davis, both of Miami Beach Bervlcea were held In Riverside Miami Beach Chapel, with burial in Mount Sinai Cemetery, MACK HAQEL ",2. of 7:;::.', Carlyle ave.. Miami Beach, retired sn l.-sma n. died Monday. Mr llagel, who came from N,-\v York eight years ao. 1,-aves his w if.-. Aucuata; his mother, Mrs. Annie Hagel; two brothers, and two sister* Services were held in Itlveisi,;, M^mol i.ii i'hapel, Miami KIM h MRS. LILLIE COHEN H, or Jit N.\V trd st died Thursday in New York, where servtcee and burial were heli 1349 BAKERY 'Mutter Main:* it /letter" THE FINEST INGREDIENTS TNE BEST IH SKILL THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH FAMOUS FOR EGG CHAUAHS WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7117 (Ssccejjori fe Pechter's) SALT FREE AND SODIUM FREE HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL NO FAT NO SVGAB USE* Mode with Lew Celorie Rye Fleur ASK FOR IT IN YOUR FOOD MARKET Distributed by C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 161 N.E. 30th STREET I I I • I i Jl I t £T~£ '""^•^ %  ^v-*.^;'.'<-.:^ i arr v ^ -. i DOG CING J P OSrJ NO MINORS 'Hz* ***"*£ M&P& ADM. 55* ti*S&3}£ "S^^ 0 ^^ SWEETER THAN SUOAR...bul no •aliening colonel. Only 3 drop* sweeten coffee or tea. Uie Sugaiine for table, cooking, bolting, frothy detiertt. Safe for everyone. Why tt\4vrt ugly fol ony longer! Slendtnie with Sugarine. end get eiore fun out of life, fig 4-0*. Ihgkee. fop bottle 75<. Available at Your Local Food Store HIGHEST /N RESERVES IV^IAMI r "EACH 1'EDERAL ^ • *. I LOIN NORIH VHOKI BBANCH M1IN OIIHI SOUTH SH0RI BRANCH /isf anil HaiJ.ng Ave tmioln Rood onj Wovhinqton Ave 66S Wa%n.naton A. PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES fOSSIBLE OUR 3% DIVI0END



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PAGE* A >Jmistnrrkar OFTTCE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telep hone* 2-1141 — 2-8212 •During The Week ...A ~r :•: =H; By LEO MINDLIN V:..-I: -IC MH |M LOTTO: Friday. Mack Number Prejudgment and Effective Arab Propaganda Zr.z* ::world rr..-. V.e_ e: -.?: = .= universal refusal e v. ; %  mm :__-:erce berweer t'r.-s mr.der. —j" and fee •.-. V S r~ %  ftc rod err. :v Presi•at to the ef ::. ve-oreo z — :T _r: frcrr u_s ::_-se i /— r r -%  s-e-e—ec :re c< Aiwtfcer Achieve-aest fr the HMM rre-o — *'z~ € r=_eTe :z re ire res* rererr. ----_-..-. %  = :r._..-. ire Hoost'l he Asec .de --e >T J: Kr-e ::: A-ab Ire s^-:::.; iLr-rer :e _= -Jr; : : :-: .::: : :::_J re Varans— re-r_—_cr wrucr .rr.-rer •_-. : %  v -" i ~ r_ -: upon members of e —ure re revon there. Apart from —e : --~ '---' — e Arr.er.ror. Be luropstsji ores* %  "—*r-T—:r ~oxers—OBns*oe? trus satssamMssI iltMiuiwL JOC of Arch contempt lor the irmr-: s :: -rternabenui crr.;ry not irrport en t as one —e -rare concerned with the sensarrrol uspecs of the skirmish :tse'J rr.d w-.th r:e .::.:.Lsroel "he Gaze battle, as opposed : emphasizes the breakdown among leaden of their sc.e unur_rr._-v :osev r*.coir-rs Sorrel hatred ascend ax: %  -" : -"^ : ght Lndsey Hop a Dads :1 under -die board cf -en d^ ry tne : —e >•.•;--. S'ate—as weH as the :Le-oo-e lecdersh.r Garr s-os Egypiaa CoL Nasser's answer to •-e tone** concluded last week between Turkey zr.z ~zz —z oe-orv whirr s-rceisinglv reaffirms "•o-s.c r"\:_re-s :: \-.e Aror wools trwsrd Israel :r-_er.:?; rcypt'i pos.uor os. .e-ore: r: me Lecoue. i'o-es rrov :.;ve rod seme exp.ur__or .r.\. now :;: .u wrc:r.g of Arab ';. %  -' --' %  -' %  z ~:*r~-r-v r.ave r.cr.e r.c-*Gaza was nothing more :.-.=an ann-Uniled ^ -e-:r_rrr.;r. ~ra c; bn. y the Supreme Tourt's derision remains in an t only make the situation more difficult by stimulating the May I humbly point out, Gov. CoUms. that the Ss iC"* oeetaen is not -unsettledat all. that it is a remaruhlr d| ruling unanimously handed down byits nine members ssd taata] !" ^JH ngsii on the part of certain states and certain -pvie>c*ii| accept it alone creates the prevalent confusion. This m eans that these states, as well as their leaders are eoseersed with arriving at a personal kind of constitutionality Itrust you will agree with me there is a good deal bitterly ama j "*" Position. Indeed, in other areas of current socio^ pc BUd 1 nasnes. we are prone to equate what has been called maverick 1 viosausm with subversion As a matter of fact. I can see little ence between the self-righteous bigot who. although be : r:h*N*£r. prepared to defy the Supreme Court (thtOi 2*5" name of "keeping him in his place" and the COM aetnested to the task of undermining our government because ..eves he is alone in his exalted feelings toward humar I cant help feeling Gov Collins, that there is a gc • I :=--e oi the TheHt a rwen~. BSSC' -z rde. %  •-es hstentb anniTerscrv on -r r*er. or oani ss d in 1945 with rrrxxnrv. The honor given the =Area _s weer signih%  emarkable achueverb.rl.•a^ed than a -—z. a GiHScowtWeek ^ha ^ G_-l Scout "A'eeic or -:-e r-rs ored —. drorrotisj nHfassl osperts sj Bswta-.rrol Zz. 5ccu: rroaroTrerre o: :be 19S5 observonce -* "Behere—Bekmg—Build." Oper_ng me week was Girl Scout Sabbath on Mar. 5. This prmimlar service is a valuable iMsturrer :^::^* I r:_-.os -_re ys-.-g -_-U of the notion to the synagogue—to the Jewish House of Worship—and to participating in a -^--.."" svrrrc. of cosmmmm^-mindednsss. In this sense the Gal Scout mov em e n t is an i s tneiUkil iorce in American hie. For in addito l enrtimg our youth the alteration of a ssind anoV body, it ssspgosts the need fcxr thot most co n t mu e to grow if the free world will fcrrire. RMnedfrom further talk about desegregation if onlv to discourage I %  Ugogues. whom we apparently both fear For out of that talk p!SP ^f^!Z tho ""inactive results toward which 2 !" >0 *wZ_? ^* ^ ^ e<, "^"utionahty. it seems to me. ma% be nonai Mow by the verbal stripping away of equallv per al law 1 eUredin the matter of civil liberties It true, for example, that f ^spreme Court in 1883 reversed and held unconstnutioru: the ?i^•Ji P T "* t *" c,tiwns in *r civil and legal right. The t— of the decuaon was to leave the Negro to the mere, of the *. era! : E ^* PcotectJon of the laws k %  ] I*S .i^S*!f 0U W,U ""^^ consider the advantage of folio** I hive h2? t L?Z SU you nnU *• w"ls in your letter to mo Lw\ 1 "5 f ,a,e ,hat Pe^P* I "*" m*kc my "J* course to aSnT".w ^l h '" du **spect."t seems infinitely *l course to adopt than that of maintaining silence. schooU • ^ $ta,ed 1 P"tedly ... I favor segregation in our pu* j BUM don-Tnlr^ WUI reme b *' "other isrtof your letter tost that it .? ^'. } u *" "tionalise such istand with the reasrt, Pledge ,0 •u^H. Kr 1 0rHU s custWB "*! %  -- ^ r !^r! thTT cJtom */V h Uwlul P 0 *"of Governort office to pre^ oZSSTigr 1 (beC,US ^'"^ Co-stituuon. h kiiid ^"'..SK 11 history •• lre > "tested the significance of* ffthl S?i£2Jr* i ^ UA *S- Court^con B^£ beins nl^Jconstitutionality which. I am sure, you **2 !" cal to the spirit and the purpose of oar Federals** Justify • finally s* 1 *^ •WPwCTPOttr.



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FRIDAY, MAR CH 11. 1955 Jewish n*rlrfln PAGE 5 B wish Home for Aged to Celebrate Tenth Anniversary at Mar. 20 Meet %  Jewish Home for the Aged of Lnder Miami will celebrate its Eh anniver>ary at an annual : Uership meeting on Sunday af\ moon. Mar. 20. at Douglas Garns according to an announceL,nt this week by President Abe furman and Mrs. Sol Silverman esident of the Women AuxilDuring its ten years of exisnce Kurman said, "the Home ma de unusual progress not ly in its physical plant, but also program development which (S resulted in the Home's becomlg the leading institution in the reater Miami area for the care of (e chronically ill aged." Kurman lias been president of e Home for the past three years. s. Silverman has been auxiliary sident fr three years and a d er in home activities almost ce nhoy inning. I, *aa only in 1945." Mrs. Silrman emphasized, "that the ime first opened its doors at 335 %  12th ave At that time we had |y 20 hods Then, a year later we ilt an addition and increased our parity to 35 beds. In 1951, the me moved to our present locan, seven acre Douglas Gardens, h facilities for 60 residents. On ember 19. 1954, the ultra-mod, new Ablin Memorial, specially ilt for the sick and incapacitat, was dedicated and gave us an ditional 42 beds." Marking 10th anniversary festives will lie the election of 20 iard members. Up for rcnominan are I.eo Allen. Mrs. Benjamin pel, Col. J M. Avery, S. I. Bernlum. Daniel M. Broad. Irving Cyi, Ben Fleeman, Mrs. Moses eger, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, s. Anna Brenner Meyers. Fred K Shochet. Mrs. Sol Sill-man and Dr. Jess Spirer. New minees include Dr. Melvin k. T. Mrs Frances Entine, MarPfae, Mrs Herman Jacobs, Irtfhschild Gets US. Post ISecnt.cr oi Commerce Sinclair leeks Tuesda) administered the Jth oi office as Under Secretary Transportation to Louis S pthschikl. former chairman of the den] Maritime Board, and adbtstrator .Maritime Administrate 1 S licpartment of Comtree. Mr, Rothschild was nominal as Under Seeretary of Compree for Transportation Feb. 11 President Eisenhower. He was Inlirmed l>> the Senate on Feb. North Shore Women to Meet A board meeting will usher in an eventful day for the North Shore Chapter of B'nai Bfith Women at the Monte Carlo hotel on Thursday. Mar. 17. when a report of the nominating committee will be heard. A short regular meeting will be followed by card games. Mrs. George Baltuch is president of the chapter. Social at Flagler-Granada Members of the Flagler Granada community will attend a dance and social evening on Saturday at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu nity Center, it has been announced by Joe Masters, chairman. The afIfair is under the sponsorship of the Flagler-Granada Combined Jewish Appeal. Larry Blue and his orchestra will entertain for the dancing. Sholem Lodge to Hear Trade, Cultural Center Speaker B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge Luncheon Club will hold its weekly meeting at Chuck's restaurant, on Thursday, Mar. 17. G. Taylor Ross, of the InterAmerican Trade & Cultural Center, will be guest speaker. Marvin Rauzin, president, and Martin Stein, chairman, will preside. ARISTOCRAT or KOSHER KISTAUKANTS TROCAR ER 00 KOSHER RESTAURANT -| W & CATERERS Air Conditioned Smorgasbord Appetizer Table For Reservations Phone JE 1-0551 301 23rd STREET MIAMI BEACH, FLORIOA Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL Will BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER OUR HOTEl IS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS KASHRUTH WE USE ONIY -,rr csr; MEAT which is under the supervision of the Bostoner Rabbi from Brooklyn for Reservations and prices call JE 8-0266 or JE 1-9217 'I' in ^^""^^^^^"^^"^^^5 Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PUZA, COCONUT MOVE Open from 11 a m to 18 p.m. Your Hoili Sidney Jacob!, Sam Leitson Private Party Rooms far Banquets Ki'na Si'iee" Cecfcfoi/s Serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNER FROM $1.95 EftT r OF PARKING SPACE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI I-21M V N-^A<^A#APP A^A^^^<^A*#' A-^N*/A^ TRAIL* CAFETERIA Air Conditioned 2546 S.W. 8th Street Two Free Parking Lots OPEN EVERY DAY OUR SPECIALTY CHOICE RIBS of BEEF •ARE or WELL DONE Every Evening "food to Please Aff the Family" ANDY FRAZIER, Owner THE fABUlOUS ONE-PRICE DINNER ALL MIAMI BEACH IS TALKING ABOUT Serving front S p.m. COCKTAIL LOUNGE (Formerly LiRue) 1111 Dado Blvd. Miami Beach Just East ef Alton Reap' Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 Member Diners' Club } SOXXTAU'S FLAMMXGO 5 KOSHER RESTAURANT f 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH $mrvim§ ffca finttl food mt Reasonable Prices } CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO PARTY TOO URGE NO PARTY TOO SMALL 1 Phone 5-M52 Under Robbinicol Superv/Wen



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LyMARCHUjSW +Jm>lsiinrvMlM PAGE 11 A ktf Leo Harris %  JjeBarMitzvah I u 1*0 Harris, son of Mr. and l '\ L^J Harris, 6247 SW 10th U J become Bar Mitzvah on f V Lrnin" at West Miami KSTMS Alfred Waxtwill officiate. J j S j seventh grade student B Miami Junior HiRh School, 'he is a member of the re%  band He also attends West mi Jewish Center religious an( | is active in the junior nation. He is a patrol leader I Scout Troop 328. rfriihh follows services. A re•L in honor of the Bar MitzLj!l be held Saturday evening |he Center. oul ,,| town guests arc Mrs Sidney Harris, of Lburnh, Pa., and Mrs. Sarah (IK of New York City., nvid's grandmothers, Mrs. SoRosenthal and Mrs. Bcckie Will he hostesses at the %  Shabbat following late Friday ttt. lorris Harriis chairman of the committee of the West David Leo Harris Miami Jewish Center, and Mrs. Harris is a member of the board of the Sisterhood there. Tercentenary Pageant Due At A musical pageant in celebration of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in America will be presented on Sunday evening. Mar. 20, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The script. "America, Mother of Exiles," was written by Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb, author of three best sellers. The script, written especially for the celebration program, is a documentary of the contribution the Jews have made to America since 1654. The dramatic production, with a c>t of 80 performers, hi being presented by the Miami Beach Community Singers. Sid Caaael, ol the Grove Playhouse and Biltmore Theatre, is production director. Included in the ire Bob Lyons anil Pal Bromberg. Ben Yomen is music director, as well as conductor of the Miami Beach Community Singers. He has been a choral conductor and composer for the past 20 years and has appeared in Carnegie Hall and Town Hall, of New York City, as well as other leading concert halls throughout America. Beach Auditorium His composition, "Wandering," will provide the background theme music. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom, is baritome soloist and Meline Kulhanjian, soprano soloist. Judith Youiigerman will do the choreography and appear with her group of 15 modern interpretative dancers. She will be accompanied by the Choral Group. Hy Fried, organist for Temple Beth Sholom and accompanist for the Miami Beach Recreation Department, and Margaret Yomen, pianist of the Yomen Music Studio and former student at Julliard School of Music, will provide the accompaniment for the entire production. Contribution that Jewish cornhave made to America \wll be represented by Irving Berlin. George Gershwin, Avrohom Goldfaden, Max Helfman, Yosele Rosenblatt. Boruch Shor. Sigmund Romberg, Jerome Kern, Manna-Zucca and Yomen. Other participants include Pat Bromberg, John Behney, Bob Brenner, Bob Lyons, Dr. Louis Pesoland, Carl Leibeskind, Gary Rovin. Rose Rovin, Lou Tanner, Marlene May and Irving Rudley. Toy Rubin, son ol Mr. and s. Joseph Rubin, will celete his Bar Mitzvah at TemEmanu-El on Saturday, i. 12. Rabbi Irving Lehr\m will officiate. The celefmt is an eighth grade stunt at Miami Beach Junior gh School and is a fourth ade student in the daily re|ious school of Temple u-El. Dl Lido Michael L. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller, 10021 East Broadview, Bay Harbor Islands, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. A reception and dinner are scheduled in Michael's honor Saturday evening at the Algiers. On Saturday, Mar. 12, the Bar Mitzvah of Harvey J. Kelman will take place at the Israelite Center. Harvey is a student of the Israelite Center religious school and attends Shenandoah Junior High. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kelman. For the Bar Mitzvah, relatives and friends have come from Hartford and New Haven, Conn., and New York City. ('..-ii,. Troop Edward Pottlitzer, son of Mrs. Faye Pottlitzer and Jack Pottlitzer, was Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Edward is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School and is in the graduating class of the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. "" !" Academy students will honor the American-Jewish Tecentenary with the presentation of a 30-minute cantata. Our pntage," over WTVJ Sunday, Mar. 13, at 11:30 a.m. Those participating are: Jay Miller, Valerie Mamches, Nathaniel Zemel, rjng Kelemer, Seymour Spoiler, Dorothy Nariess, Harvey Fin kelstein, Gloria Brickman, Marahall Brown, Ronald Deblinger, per Fensterheim, Harvey Finkelstein, Leonard Finkelstein, L eon Firtel. Evelyn Gartenberg, Sara Gili, Hillel Glover, Howard fO'dman, Carolyn Gray, Helen Herz, Daniel Honig, Gail Imbe rman, Ira Imberman. Sandra Katz, Edith Kaufman, Sean Kaui"mmel, Stuart Kimmel. Peter Klein, Charles Koch, Jay Makovsky. Larry Nadler. Ann Grace Yedlin Eileen Pollack, Yona Porush, Faith Reinhard, Sanford Reinhard, Melvin Safra, Arthur Spolter, Seymour Spolter, [-"roan. Carolyn Gray, Helen Herz, Daniel Honig, Gail Imbe rman, Ira Imberman. bandra itatz, taitn Raurman, MBUU|an, Stanley Kimmel, Stuart Kimmel. Peter Klein, Charles Koch, Jay Makovsky. Larry Nadler, Ann Grace Yedlin Eileen | u Moaum, Rita Pollack, Yona Porush, Faith Reinhard, Sanford Reinhard, Melvin Safra, Arthur Spolter, Seymour Spolter, 'nah Stadlan, Ellen Weiss, Greta Wolfe, Irving Wolfe. Rita Benenfeld. The Cantata is under the direction of Miriam Don^^Academy musical director, and Mrs. Gershon Miller, dramatics director. l IE TERCENTENARY STORY "*. IK*. bjr Amtrleul j, wiMh 22. Jews Serve the South Text by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustration* by AURICE del BOURGO c WUAHM£J"*"Zr 'MPORTAAT !" SOUTHS SECRETARY OE STATE / mtZT* eriKMNS ORATOR urn "' !" AUY 8SCAMS u?t.s*M4m* '*" K* /£>A DAV/O PE 1/ro//. COMMODORE LEVI MOTHER AMERICAN MYERS HAR9Y JEW. SERVEP T-M TOOK A LEAD/NS SOUTH AS ASSIST' PART /# THE WAMP SUR6EOM' FtNS£Of6AlV£$rON 6£/YSRAi. OTHER JeWS HELD LEAD/MSPOSlTtOMS /N THE OVtl WAR EOR THE SOUTH THERE MERE /.ZOO JEM /A/ THE COAIFEP FRATE ARMY, AMONG THEM 23 STAfE 1 OFFICERS AMP SEVERAL NAVAL OfflCERf. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen Youngerman Kelemer Bar MitzvahBrian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Zwilling, 801 2nd st, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Mar. 12, at Congregation Beth Jacob. • • • Randy Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Levy, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 24bi0 B 11 Ri ESTATE III KAMI 'EL s tKHON, Deci To Ail Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims "i Demanda Against Hi Ml You. and each ot > ou, are hei i by notified and required i' ureseni any claims and demand* which you, or either ol you, ma> have against the estate of SAMUEL SAMSON, i lade ''ounl>. I lorida, t<> the H ntj Judges of l >ade County, and file the MUM.In their ofln the Count} Courthouse in Dads County. Florida, within eight ilendar months from the << %  •'< %  ol the first publication hereof, Bald claims or demands to contain the legal ad! the ctalmant and U) !'•• sworn lo and presented ••-• aforeuald, oi same will be bai r*d Date March ^ih. A I). It*i. BEN SIl'EUS A Executor of the Last Will ..iid Testament nf SAMI I:I, SASSI IN, l >ei i ased PHILIP V.. SALMON Attorney for Executor 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. .: Il-U-H — 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that the underslaned, deslrlne: to ena uje In undi i the fli tltlous name • %  < EKEI>ELI.E PtKrTWEAR, "' MS Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Bl intend to re4flatei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dalle County. Hoi Id EVELYN M'SSI'.Al M MILTON MSSr.Al \l ntlEDMAN *. SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicants 50 >, | i..,i.i Bulldlni :: ll-lt-K — i I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY OIVEN that the understgned, deslrina to engage in busine-.s under the fictitious nan f BANT A BARBARA HOTEL APARTMENTS, at 280 2 uh Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends i<> register an id name with the Clerk of th,Circuit Court of Dade 'ount>. Florida. CANVII.I.E REALTY OF" FLORIDA. INC. KOVNER tMANNHE1MEK Attor n eys for CanvlUe Realty of Florida, Inc. j/ll-lH-25 — 1/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17740J ANNEMARIE VAZQCEZ. Plaintiff, vs. HENRY A. VAZQCEZ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HENRY A. VAZQUEZ. C/o Ablno Vuxques, U16 Evergreen Avenue, Bronx 72. New York. You are hereey notirieii that a Bill of I'omplaint for Divorce ha been filed against you. and you are required to serve %  copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS. 11 KIM AN A KAPLAN, sr.O Seyhoid Building. Minml. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offlie of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Hth day of April, IMS. If >ou fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This not fee shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN. LONE AND nltllKREP at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of March. A 11. E n. LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM YV STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) l>eput\ Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 6.10 Keybold Building. Miami. Florida 3/U-1S-25 — 4/1



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AY, MARCH ll._1955_ -JenlstifhrMton — PAGE 7A NM Beach Concerts Feature Singers, Instrumentalists P.T.A. Meets on Beach Soprano Livia Tartaglia and Alf Dyrnes, tenor, will be featured in a concert Saturday evening at Pier Park. Fern Sherman will be accompanist. Sponsors of the affair, Miami Beach Recreation Department, also j announce a concert Wednesday i SotlZ Will Speak i£ .1 ii,,, i %  ,...i.i..P.T.A. of Beth Jacob Congregation met Thursday evening to discuss parent-teacher associations in, the elementary and Hebrew schools. Participating were the Mesdames Gilbert, Aboulatia, Bergman, Friedman and Behar. evening. Mar. 16, at the Community Center. Featured will be Ida Roller, soprano; Sarah Goodman, mezzosoprano; Maiman Chassin, Israeli singer; -and Olga Bibor Stern, accompanist. Harry Sonz, Miami Beach realtor, will address members of the Beth Jacob Teen Agers on Tuesday evening. Mar. If), at the congregation. woqranhod following their election aa office rs of the Greater Miami Section, National Council Jewish Women, last week at a meeting in Koubeck Center are (left to right) the Mesdames ite Selig, third vice president; Jean C. Lehman, president; Burton B. Goldstein, second president; and Samuel Gertman, first vice president. Council Sabbath will be marked jay evening in pulpits throughout the Greater Miami area. Speaking at Coral Gables JewCenter will be Mrs. Meyer Maskin. Mrs. Leo Ackorman will address worshippers at ip!e Israel. In the pulpit at Beth David will be Mrs. Leon Kaplan. i i f HAVING A PARTY? WE HAVF THf fOOD ".' I ^CROSEDALE .„PAone9 7996 FRf[DfLMPY jvy.compun CATIKIN6 service 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET r


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Wla^vii^hJEIIiDiriidliiawn LnriTMR 29—Number 10 Combining THfe JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 11 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS Egypt Threatens Renewal of War Against Jewish State OUTBREAK LEAVES TRAIL OF WRECKAGE: Some of the United Nations buildings reduced to rubble after thousands of Arabs engaged in fanatic riots in Gaza, burning UN relief centers and supply depots. _, WCLPTION COOL TO LISTING OF ARAB PROVOCATIO N United Nations Truce Commission Condemns Israel; Further Border Violations Reported in Caza Area Israel was conHemni week by the United N > n! Mixed Armisi for "brutal a.. irranfed and planon Egyptian forces in ten days ago, in reported that 38 I eight Israelis had I Iten of the United Nations nipervision organization in salcm and VU adopted by the votes i of the Egyptian delegation and UN | chairman Commandant Francois [Gicomaggi, of France. The Israel | delegation voted against it. At the same time, the armistice | commission considered an Israeli complaeint in regard to two sepmeeting on the arate armistice violations in the I. •rcler, adopted an WP ek before the bis Gaza border i v hich said the battle. The first of the two Egjp:imitted by Israeli foreea against an I 1 liar army force." n'a resolution was announced at headquartian violations which the commission considered late Monday occurred Feb. 22. The commission held Kgypt responsible. The commission also condemned Wi I Strive to Erase Shame Of Palestine Even if Peace Terms Observed by Jews -Saleh Salem By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP "Egypt's policy has not ceased to rw on the principle of 'no peace w "h Israel' in any form' and at any MB*. Lgypt will not make peace win Israel even if Israel were to implement the UN resolutions on Palestine." ,"Es>Pt will fhamc ( ,f the if ItTM What, n W iu not a peace %  n "f. Even if Israel should conH only of Tel Aviv, we would "" Put up with that." %  Jl!i? e are ,wo amo ->8 'he m n yqualh C | ear and unambivalent •latem.nts issued in recent months ^_jnat distinguished gentleman.strive to erase the Palestine war even hould fulfill the UN resoW IMS WEEK'S ISSUE At tht UN %  MI,, HeMywaed Mie-lin News in Review Society Major Saleh Salem, Egypt's Minister of National Guidance, in his encounters with representatives of the press. His government's point of view could hardly have been made more emphatic or phrased more tersely. That Major Salem's government meant what it said was made equally clear. For many months, months which included the extraordinary case of the Bat Galim and the outrage of the Cairo trials, tension heightened on the main Egypt-Israel border, all along the Gaza strip. Unrest crystallized into armed attack, into murder and sabotage. Between Sept.. 1854, and Feb.. 1955, Egypt was condemned no fewer that 27 times for flagrant violations of the Israel-Egypt Armistice. But neither killing nor plunder was halted And from within Egypt, increasingly hostile statements punctuated the nightly rounds of infiltration and sporadic terror. truce I Egypt for aggression in the killing Jeruof an unarmed cyclist deep inside Israeli territory by infiltrators Feb. 25. The commission stressed the seriousness of the bonier situation and told Egyptian authorities to "terminate immediately all such acts of aggression and* hostility against Israel." Egyptian members paid no attention to the Israeli complaint against Egypt which was placed on the same Security Council agenda. These complaints clearly pointed to: (1).attacks of regular and irregular Egyptian armed forces against Israel armed forces; (2) assaults of raiders from Egyptiancontrolled territory on lives and property of Israel; (3) failure of the Government of Egypt to adopt and enforce effective measures against such acts of violence; (4) the assertion by Egypt of the existence of a state of war and the exercise of active belligerency; (5) the warlike propaganda and threats against the territorial integrity and politica} independence of Israel; and (6) the refusal of Egypt to seek agreement by negotiation for an effective transition from the present armistice to peace. Nasser Masses Troops in Sinai; Declares Freedom from Restraint Of Any Decisions Reached by UN UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Peace in the Middle East hung by the slenderest of threads this week in the aftermath of an Israeli-Egyptian clash in the Gaza area, as Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Egyptian dictator, massed troops in the Sinai Peninsula and announced that Egypt will no longer rely on the United Nations in dealing with Israel. The new crisis was brought about by a battle in the Gaza area In which Hie Egyptians said they had suffered 42 dead and 29 wounded in an Israeli invasion of EgyptianBRAZIL EXCEPTION Western Delegates Prejudge Skirmish By DAVID HOROWITZ AJP UNITED NATIONS — Western delegates in the Security Council took it upon themselves Friday to judge the Gaza incident by criticizing Israel even before the full report was on hand from Major Gen. Burns, chief of the truce supervision organization. U.S. Ambassador Wadsworth, first to condemn Israel, called the incident "shocking" and "indefensible from any standpoint i tele ites Pierson Dixon, of held territory in the Gaza strip. Cairo said that an Israel force of about 80 men. using mortars, automatic weapons, small arms and Molotov cocktails attacked and destroyed an Egyptian command post in the Gaza strip and killed or wounded all the persons in it, including some civilians. The Israelis were further accused of ambushing and destroying a truck rushing reinforcements to the post and killing or wounding all the troops in the vehicle. The Israel force was also said to have blown up a well and pump supplying a considerable portion of Gaza's water supply. The Israel delegation to* the IN in a statement here, said that, "the incursion into Israel territory by Egyptian military units and armed I),milnil campaigns of murder and sabotage was continued when an Egyptian army unit crossed the Isi rael border near Gaza. It encountered the resistance of a strong Isi rael defense patrol, and in the ensuing battle the Egyptian troopwere chased back across the frontier with the Israel patrol in pur : Hilt Casualties were inflicted on the Egyptian forces and there were casualties among the Israel patrol A communique which the Israelis Coniinued on Page 1 A -BULLET IMUNTTED NATIONS (JTA) — Major Gen. K I. M Hums, chief of stall of the United Nations truce supervision organization in Palestine, will arrive here this weekend to report in person to the Security Council on the Gaza incident for which the NraelEgypt Mixed Armistice Commission has officially blamed Israel. Definite word of Gen. Burn-' plans was received here late Wednesdav Britain, and M. Hoppenot, of France, followed the same pattern They had nothing but praise for Egypt. Following the Friday meeting, an Israeli spokesman said that "the main feature of the meeting was the tendency of many representatives to ignore the entire background of the clash at Gaza. This clash was not envisaged in its true light as a culmination of a series of armed attacks, murders and acts of sabotage." The most statesmanlike speech heard during the session was that Continued on Page 2 A U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL SAYS AT UNIQUE MEETING Jewish Leaders Told Israel Not Vulnerable WASHINGTON (JTA)—A fivepoint program for "the. attainment of peace, development and defense in the Near East" that "would faithfully serve the highest interests of the security and welfare of the peoples of the United States and the free world" was adopted here Sunday at the concluding session of the two-day conference of 16 national organizations, which was the largest and most widely representative gathering of American Jewish leadership in many years. The resolution was at variance with the views of the State Department on Israel's role in the Middle East defense plans as presented to the conference by John D. Jernegan. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State. The five-point program of the conference which was opened here — and which heard Dr. Nahum Goldmann charge that America's expulsion of Israel from Middle East defense arrangements was "self-defeating"—called for: A determined effort to bring about direct negotiations between Israel and the Arab countries and the United States, looking towards a peaceful settlement; the suspension of arms shipments to the Near East in the absence of Arab-Israel peace, particularly in view of the fact that arms are not being given to Israel; the inclusion of Israel in any defense arrangement for the region; continued economic and technical assistance to Israel and the Arab Continued on Page 2 A



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JEWISH HOME TO MARK ANNIVERSARY MIAMI. FLORIDA lf the Zionist Organization of America, late this week urged Egypt with refusing to make peace, "no matter what terms are fered." May arrived in Miami Beach to confer with local Zionist officials girding the tense international situation fomented by clashes beeen Israel and Egyptian troops. "Egypt wants war," May said. "Israel is no more at fault in the Gaza clash than the man in the reel, holly declared the leader of millions of American Zionists hose home is in Nashville, Tenn. May then read a statement delivered early this year by Major Saleh Jem. National Guidance Minister of Egypt. It said. "Egypt will not ake peace with Israel even if Israel were to implement all the UN solutions on Palestine." 9 ("Egypt wants the leadership of Arab states, and will stop at thing, including a war to achieve rr aims, said May. "This latest l ; ,.h is a continuation of Egypt's prer hungry diplomacy." are prone to overnk the fad that Israel is the only -i in the Near East. | !,!> lo refer tw the history the last in world wars. The nibb a i' always supported pierica's enemies, Democracy has ker existi I in Arab countries, lid never will unless the United lions enforces' its armis[Quoting from official Israeli i n -iii sources, May said: "Bc%  een September, 1954. and Feblarj l. 1955. Egypt has been condemned on no fewer than 27 occasions for violation of the IsraelEgypt Armistice Agreement. It has been condemned of armed attack, murder and sabotage. Repeated warnings by theMixed Armistice Commission to Egypt to put a halt to these acts of aggression have had no effect. "Furtherm ore," May said. "Egyptian Army Intelligence officers have been systematically organizing marauders who are sent into Israel, apparently from the Gaza strip, for purposes of espionage and sabotage. At the end of September. 1954, a group sent to commit sabotage was caught after it had sniped on farmers and blown up houses in a border set tlement. Early in December, 1954, four youths were caught trying to gather military information in Isirael. They admitted they had be en trained and sent by Egyptian officers in Gaza. "No American would condone the blowing up of water wells in his own country, or the ambush of farmers and other civilians within its borders.' May will remain here until after Apr. 2. when a testimonial dinner Will be given to Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the Fontaineblcau. The Hon. Abba Eban. Israel's Ambassador to the U. S., will be principal speaker, and it is expected that a further clarification of Israel's position in the recent Gaza clash will be made. The dinner is being sponsored by |the Southeast Region of the Zionist organization of America. Dr. Morris Goodman is chairman of the dinner. Mortimer May Abe Kurman. president. Jewish Home for the Aged, jointly announced this week the affiliation WAS ITS FIRST PRESIDENT National Cancer Foundation Honors Julius Perlmutter at New York Fete Jen Tobin (right), owner of [the Hollywood Beach hotel land co-chairman* of the Jewish Welfare Federation of l"ohywood, accepts the Dan|M ai Alai Fronton's donation 'o urated Jewish Appeal and ewer charities. The presentation was made last week y Ken Francis, sales manper of the Fronton. 5? YOUTMEAR Wiletic Coach in Talk It iln Fe "stein. athletic coach W, ', Beach S^or High KL < U f CU f Md "**** Conh e ; '" Ami "can Sports" at nuPr mco,,n 8 of Temple routh > n t e d s i">a8ogue R G 2L" S nday evening K,,:' T lv ha o f the *ooi h lel„ A s l ni! ;" ff was also held h wft? ; rom th eroup k,'* ^e U.S.Y. con11 to 13 Cnarl eston. S.C.. Mar. Some 1.500 persons fcalhered to wach as appropriate honors came to Julius Jay Perlmutter, founder and first president of the National Cancer Foundation, at the third annual luncheon of the Chapters Division, given in the grand ballroom oi the Waldorf Astoria hotel. New York City, on Tuesday. The bronze plaque which was presented to Perlmutter has been a year in the nuking. The function had been planned with special attention to timing in that it fell on the tenth anniversary of the founder of theFoundation. The National Cancer Foundation Wai Started as an unincorporated movement by Perlmutter in 1939 in an eflort to make some contribution to the solving of the cancer problem, following the death of both his father and mother of this dread disease 13 weeks apart. From the start emphasis has been upon care for advanced cancer patients in the providing of financial grants for nursing care at home or in nursing homes, counseling service, homemaker service, ambulance service and medical Annual Essay-Art Contest Revealed By Bureau; Deadline Slated Apr. 4 Announcement of the annual essay art contest for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami was made by Mrs. Charles H. Ratner, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The contest is open to students of all Jewish schools 11 years old and up, with the deadline set for Apr. 4. The contest includes both essays and artwork. Subject for the essay contest is "Great American Jews" and includes a composition of 500 words on "A Great American Jew" of the Revolution, Civil War or modern American Jewish history. The art contest consists of a painting, drawing, or craft work on the subject "Jewish Life in Miami" which may depict a local Jewish home, synagogue, school, community agencies, personality or scene in the history of the Jews in Miami. The Charles II Ratner prizes for the two contests are giant Tcrcentenarv medals in gold, silver and broitfe finish Prizes will also be awarded to all school winners and to all participating in the contest The winning essay will be published and the winning art objects publicly displayed at the May meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Announcement of winners will be made at the inter-school Tercentenary Pageant sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami to be held at Flamingo Park on Apr. 17. The essay-art contest is in celebration of the American Jewish Tercentenary and of National Jewish History Month. Jewish Home for Aged, Lindsey Hopkins Reveal Geriatric Program P. W. Seagren. director, Lindsey | Jewish Home has been selected as School, and the first institution, other than hospitals, for training the students in geriatric nursing. The affiliation will be of great benefit to both inof the Home with the School of stitutions. as well as the general Practical Nursing at Lindsey Hopcommunity, in view of the tremenkins. The school is the largest in dously increasing number of sentne state and recently graduated 46 j ior citizens in our midst. We have students in its fourth class. j long recognized the .need for adOur School, said Seagren, "was mission priority of the chronically set up to meet the crucial shortage ill aged: have pioneered in the dein nursing personnel. We have velopment of rehabilitative facilmore than a passing interest in itles; and hope that the other nonnursing care for the chronically ill, profit homes will soon follow along senior citizen, and for this reason %  similar paths." we are highly gratified with this : The coordinated training proaffiliation with the Jewish Home gram will involve groups of 10 stutor the Aged ; dent nurses eacn group being at Kurman. who has been president the Home full time for six to eight of the Home for three years and j weeks. It will be under the overplayed a major role in the planning I pit direction of Mrs. Evelyn C. and construction of the recently Wilson. RN. coordinator of pratcompleted Ablin Memorial unit for; tical nursing training at Lindsey he sick and incapacitated, said Hopkins, and Mrs. Jeanne Satfield. that we are inde ed proud that the RN. head nurse at the Home. Mrs. Rosetta Kershaw, RN, assistant to Mrs. Wilson._ will be full time supervisor of the students at the Home. Kurman also announced that the Greater Miami section of the Council of Jewish Women has affiliated with the Home in order to develop a comprehensive program of volunteer services at the institution. Chairman of the Senior Citizens Committee of the Council. Mrs. Leo Alpert. said it is planned that Council members, under professional supervision, will be active in nursing service, occupational and physical therapy, arts and cra/ts, English and citizenship aliases, recreational and cultural programs, transportation corps, letter writing and movie programming. In conjunction with tne Council and the School of Practical Nursing, the Home has planned an allday orientation institute on Monday. Mar. 14, on the problems and Deeds of the senior citizen, with special emphasis on institutional living. Council members, and students and faculty members of the School will attend Mis Alpert will chair the institute. Maurice Pearlstein. executive director. Dr. Samuel Gertman, medical director, Dr. Edward St. Mary, attending physician, and Mrs. Satfield. head nurse, all of the Home, will be the discussion leaders of the two morning sessions on the problems of the aging, role of homes for the aged and medical and nursing problems. In the afternoon sessions, Arthur Kalisch. social worker of the Jewish Social Service Bureau assigned to the Home, will be the discussion leader on personality problems, and Emanuel Tropp, assistant director, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on the importance of recreational and cultural programs. Memorial Marks Hanging of Two Poale Zionist Branch of Greater Miami will hold a memorial service Wednesday evening. Mar. 16. at Kneseth Israel Congregation to mark the deaths of the two Egyptian Jews recently hung at Cairo. Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth David spiritual leader, will be guest speaker Cantor Abraham Seif, of Kneseth Israel, will chant the ritual service, assisted by Joseph Schreibman, of Temple Emanu-El. suppjies for those in middle income groups. In the early forties Perlmutter. through the Sponsors of Government Action Against Cancer, a legislative committee for action set up under the Foundation's a us' pices, attempted to have put through Congress a $100,000,000 j cancer research bill which won the sponsorship of former Sen. Claude Pepper in the Senate, and a companion bill was introduced in the ', House by then Congressman Matthew M. Neely. In this effort and undertaking there were among the thousands of supporters Honorable Cordell Hull, Honorable James A. Farley. Honorable Guy M. Gillette. Lady Arm-trong. Leonard Bernstein. Colonel Stafford Warren. Eugene Ormandy. Rabbi Samuel H. Goldenson, Howard Lindsay, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., Martha Scott. Bishop Ralph S. Cushman. Dr. \ Richard Horace Hoffman. Dr. Simon L. Ruskin. Quentin Reynolds, I Walter P. Reuthcr and Ralph W. ', McGill. Included also wore the Governors of 43 of the states, including Alaska and Puerto Rico. In 1947, climaxed by a serious illness, Perlmutter liquidated his textile business and other interests in New York under doctor's orders. He has since resided in Miami Beach, with his wife, Hannah, his 11-year-old daughter Regina Victoria, and his son, Lawrence Charles, who is presently with the Armed Forces of the United States. A large delegation from Florida was in attendance at the function. Among those community leaders, friends of the recipient of the award, invited were Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins, former Gov. Fuller Warren, Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University of Miami, Russell A. Rasco, dean of the University of Law School: Harold Shapiro, Mayor of Miami Beach, Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of Miami, Senior Circuit Court Judge George E. Holt, Chief Justice John Matthews. Justices B. K. Roberts, Elwyn Thomas, Tom Sebring, Harris E. Drew, Frank Hobson and Justice Terrell, all members of the Florida Supreme Court, together with Richard E. Ervin, Attorney General, Hank Meyer, director of Public Relations of the City of Miami Beach. Doctors Maurice Zimmerman and Alfred G. Levin. Irving Cypen, Rabbi Irving Lehman and Samuel N. Fnedland, chairman of the board, Food Fair Stores. Julius Jay Perlmutter



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PAGE 6 A >Lmi> •*•-' ina> fauler Miss I Texas I) Will Be Feted in Miami -i I ii r i rti %  I I Prominent Jewish leaders from ^V JS^T >:pma Sigma serurr? <;*ers of all over the ration are now vacaJ 0 "^ an* were briesr-a: iSandy twe:ng at Waldman' hotel Among c Banveli her cousin, was ring them are Louis Dinner, of Greely. > --: president of Beth Israel ConBess man for his brother, from gregation and chairman of the Tapeka. Kam. was Melwn Leifman Greely DM for the past 16 years: Usfters included David Krcnberg Mrs. Fanny Sachs of New York. Bernard Ellis, the bride's vice president of Beth David HosCakd go to : rnokaka] make their home Mr Shapir* | the son of Mr and Mrs. W| Shapiro. Maiverne. LI. • -..-: %  r --: -;-T7 %  ft rwee':— Z i: V* *-"" %  L -.: : :* :-ri ; j '. -.-. • JStS Beraara uiis. tne nnoe s vice presiaent oi tsetn uavia Hosier Miss Trudie Lawrence was pital. the Riverside Chapter of the saintst. Women's League for Israel and the A reception followed at WaldDaughters of Israel and a member mas> hotel. of 29 Jewish charitable and civic Sewlywed Mr* Leifman graduorganiiations: and Harry Kahn. of a:e-i from Miami High School and Dayton. O treasurer of the Dayton the I of Miami The J WLvn Federation for 17 year*. groom attended North High School P*st president and present treasur%  Minneapolis Minn the Univerer ** ih Abraham Synagogue ( Minnesota and-the Univer%  £ I Miami. He is presently asProminent Jewish leaders vaeasocated with Berry's Inc. tioning at Waldman s hotel include Mr and Mr* Jacob Rabinovitz, of Zambler, Berkow itz B^**"*>*. Mrv Raiwmti ,, .,.. P-'t chairman of the Murachi III K .IllIlC nltt B orgaanatjon of Brookline Mr Ra Rose Zambler. 4430 Alton binoritt is president of the Zionist ri M:im: Beach, will become Mrs OrgaBixation of New England, treaCbaries C De tkowiu in June surer of the Boston Home for the The bndeelect ts the daughter Aged and director of Beth Israel of Mr and Mrs. Harry W Zambler. Hospital Also at Waldman's is Mr. of HoUis. Loag Island Her fiance's and Mrs Benjamin Lavm. of ChipartErs are Mr and Mrs Harry tag Mrs Larin is former presiBerkow-.n of Brooklyn. N Y dent of the Chicago Bi^tl i and I graduate of Far Rockaway chairman of the Hadasuh Medical High School in Long Island and a Center building fund drive Mr. %  giber of Sigma Tau sorority. Lavin is a director of the Hebrew Miss Zambler attended Queens and Theological College. Brooklyn College. Mr Bei k oni u has a BS degree From Kew Gardens NY at from New York University 4 M:-z ?•'_-= 3-:!; die Cohen U Mr. Boberman's Bride TV mamage of Mis Gold* Cohen, daughter of Mr and V often, former Baltimore rcm** a^ now of Miami, to Albert Boberman. son of Mr *nd Mrs Nathan Boberman. Coral Gables, took place Sunday Feb 20 a: Beth %  Rabbi S nftj performed •** < crwia y "^^ *** followed by a reception The bride, escorted br her par**. wore a bmllenna-leagtk gown •f white lace wh an extremetT Ml pirated skin The bride also wwre a f inter-Us length tulle veil SSSr.U^ ?y* Home is Site < MttTfl *^ eoft *^ SL • Sunday for Party The attendant*, attired in tdenMr and Mrs. Stanley C Mserv uenl on of ice bine peam oe "* entertaining Sunday afternoon. ^l k • Mr Minn* Wollson of *. DeMar IS. with a cocktail part, „ SW ie, h ter. Miami, where Mark. sa*er*-law of the bonor of Mrs Myers" brother'and' !* "^ for the first time in £??L*^ *•* %  S^?^"Dr 1 1 Pentx ? >**" %  Mrs. Hilda Charlotte Maaoiiu. Scheinberg lassel and Mrv A—, Jaeokn^af Dr Schenkerg and his family = Uw >oL and Mrs. Norm, Ror,. man was Dan; ***_* !" trned home after iti" %  *• D blaa. Ireland. Mr*. Want. *** "* ^!!!^!L?!? ** %  %  U.S "L"? •*• %  brother. Joand Sam-VT* 1 %  %  *• h assume the no?*** Horowitx. She wiU be n *"* %  *** "** A* 5 ***" Proiesfor *** ""Whs ^^ Ml 1 1 • the University Waldman s are Mr and Mrs. J Sekwalke. where Mrs. Schwalbe is vxe pre n dei n of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of Greater X*w York and president of the Kew Gardens Synagogue Ladies' Auxiliary Mr Schwalbe is presi j dent of the synagogue. ft ft Vacationing at the Motel Ankara are leading Jewish workers from Evidence RI. Mr and Mrs Paul H RousJm Mrs Rouslm is a mem ber of the women's committee of Brandeis Unmrmty, the Miriam "A-ciation. the Jewish Home for the Aed. Temple Beth FJ Sisterhood and Women s Jewish Council Mr Rooslin is active m any of these organizations Vacationing at Bay Harbor are Mr and Mr* Lou,* Pcterman. sisr and brother-in-law of Mr* Eha Beck 2331 SW 19th H House uen o, Mrs Beck Mr. Ediih Kap^nhas teft for a bnef vacation in Havana. Cuba mrt. Joe* $*•'• Off on a trip to England this lo Mark Anniversary Medical School _•" ba from 4 to kfcd, Cnral GablW ^P* 17 Trocmlnro^; Sckranber, is native ^^^S^^Lt Heel*.] *********** orrai^dblM 1 *^ thin pest w—t^ Bnocn %  %  *.',



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PAGE 10 A •JemistrMcSar HUpAY. MARCH 11,19 Roth, Gordon Named to Direct X Day' Solicitation of Combined Appeal on 27th community leader* hate Bant. after -,eee caned to direct the Coaaarnhas bee* d •?d Jrwi*h Appeal -C Day" door-tosjrsc? dear sclactiaooa oa Sam-da*. Mar. iron the l"c.< ol awl CamaaiSB cr lir—ei San J. Hev bere He was • %  • %  eek named Mla-i Beach c • • ; — i "s. :• lea oiiire (tract War -, %  t.-< LMW chairman L ajai .-. tar; yea r a be era! ether m Mies ad laaa amber of ix% of Feder ea He 1 ari %  arrr CWM ::rect Bears • • '. r %  ark I behalf of l I 3000 the are contr-.buI Miami tea. I %  :' the sh Apn :. I Harold Mi %  %  ilrei %  %  %  rafla %  : i — twrmtti taffe •ivice president of Hibiscus. Pain-, and Star Wand Home nj \--^ciation been a re -i dent of -ir.ee 1925 and i an im•e past president of Beth Congregation, a\*! : and the Zionist Organization. He belongs to Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Knights of Pythias and many other trade, cine and fraternal as txms I ^-etor of the Gordon y :ai Beach His wife. Jent.e. wi':l le cimpaignicg attiaijj at luj the next four weeks prior -CDay.~ assisting with vofaav tter recra.an. ,r.g to '.egasin* the army of ww i e is Both men have asked volunteerto gire -oae day to CJA •; %  • A ajaeti fiortk Dade Residents Mop Pleas for CM Participation V-irri "V 1 .2M M s behalf I V%  I -+ %  : wSfkiJr^ FeWmcm left greet. Combined Jewish Appeal •Tl*^ atasoc,a, m *" **.6201 Casaaedo.Cored GaSi Helping to organzas the CIA drive in Ftagas-Cranada are Benjamin Jonas. Harold Straxnpf and Joe Chai Luncheon Hits CJA Totals Beyond Million Dollar Mark More than 500 en' ea> en at the Combined Jewish Appeal -cheoo boosted 'he campaign total past the million dollar nark on Moada> noon at the Al-1 r>erbatel Spurred onward by the inspired addresses of Mr* Eeanor Abrams. • former world's welterweight champion and Guadalcanal hero Barney Bass and Jennie Gro-singer. lac assemblage raised nearly $23.000 to nudge the CJA totals past the miUioa dollar figure J Heiman. campaign chairman, and Mrs Samuel Simonhoff., Worn** %  aoa chairman, at^ the brilliant affair, congratulated the audience for their "devotion and generosity in the closing weeks of the record-smashMrs Abrams. of New York City, distinguished lecturer, editor and noted authority on foreign affairs, told the overflow audience that "Israel will never resort to aggressioo—but Israel must resort to selfdefense "These people who have outlived Hitlen-m want to live in dig-. freedom and in usefulness We want to live in peace with you. •fte l-raeli say to their neighbors, but the .Arab nations do not want peace, -he declared. MrSamuel T Sapiro displayed a special "Grandchildren s Scroll" ir.-cnbed with the nameof all grandmothers present who dedicated their contribution in tne name of their grandchildren to su-tain the >oung lives of Israel youth. MrSDI Silverman. chairman of the "i/hai Pluluncheon, paid tribute to the humanitarian servntperformed by Mr(in.-singer in behalf of countless philanthropies organizations and worthv in L : -=i= 1 / lib. u Jennie Grossinger (center! reads telegram of congratulc al "Chail" luncheon sponsored by Women's Division of flUl Combined Jewish Appeal. More than 500 persons were oj hand to honor Mrs. Grossinger far her long record c: humani-l tarian service. Shown (left) is comedian Emil Cohen ar.d -nghfll Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Standing cae Mrs. Samuel S.moabclj Mrs. Sol Silverman. "Chai" chairman, and Mrs. Elear.cr Ah-I rams, cl New York, guest speaker. Radio, TV Programs Bring CJA Messages The George Jessel film. "Adventure In Israel." was telecast on WTVJ Saturday afternoon followed Sunday by a 15 minute film. 'Days to Remember." featuring Jaatfei William O. Douglas Speakers will apear on radio station! WWPB. WMBM and WMIE on Sunday. Mar 13. and Sunday. Mar 20 Heiman is -cheduled to deliver a radio talk on station dividual. The Women's Diviion presented MrGros-inger with a gold charm as a token of their esteem. Mrs David Provus delivered the invocation. WQAM Wednesday Mar 23. i" 8.53 pm. This addrenil heard by more thar house parties convent -. 'A> day evening to race %  final stnictionfor "C Da> Another radio addrc-uled for 9 p.m.. Wedi 23. over Station WKAT. Radio tnd televi-i ir proj are being launched in the Miami area urging men and i to enroll as volunteerIty* Sunday. Mar. 27. According to campa .tha Sam J Heiman. full c-perataaj being extended to CJA Dy and TA' facilities in thicorn / y ee-_nc a*, home of Miami "C Day" cha'rman Harry Gordon Ends these workers sub-J 5 ^creeses to chairman Sam Heiman 'center!. Shown deft to right! cue Abe Seltzer, M| -r.-.-er Meyer Schwcrj. Heiman. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Oscar Zelrzer. Irving Seal end RoM -. i M. Mccnte:. ^ A '. tr'Mffl • am aa .— — flf'/H ill A ^^^ BBaa>B >anansVnaBl ^aJ^**aaa^ ^*^nS -^ ^ !" ^^ !" ^^^ •ibit ^^mSS^SL^ 01 m J*~ a "ko !" !" the In^aham bldg.. Miami& P* 40 !" ^^ S and^" 0 5 ^ ^^ nity carnation in Dade CouJ j^i uu rasing and community planning functions to serve each and every )•



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t mA Y. MARgjajggS, 5manu-EI Pageant Sunday Morning + Jewish Fhrlctinn PAGE 3 A PT \ Minute-Men" from Ti EmanuEl have their sights g .^,,1 he Temples huge 1 ', i „ i ol Liberty.' to be J3 Sunday morning in the Tewr maiB hall%  t .mra1 chairman is P.T.A. present MrBenjamin N. Grene, who %  uo'president of the area's rclig„,|. RT.A.'s. Pageant Srnan iMrs. J !" b A G,a an Her co-chairmen for cosime' are Mrs. Norman M. Ciller |( l firs. Benjamin Klempner. on iheir committee are the Mesphael K Yunes, Joel Newnn Sherman R. Kaplan, Jerry snio Henry H. Hillman. Jesse Half*" 1 Herbert Young, Lewis iplam Abraham Kahn and Harry rick Ticket chairman is Mrs. Edgar Z. Itnberg, with co-chairman Mrs. c rber; Kohen. Their ticket committee includes Mesdames Harriet Levine, Joih Kanter, Philip Mandel, Abra„n Rothstein, Simon E. Rubin, iul K empner and Harry Greer. MrAbraham Kaufman is in i,.: : props. Piano accompanist Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan. |"Lann • has been studying piano the pa-; three years with Mrs. kid A. He-ol 2190 SW 10th st. Dr. Siker Visits Parents; To Leave for England Dr. and Mrs. Ephraim S. Siker and their 17-month-old daughter Kathy. returned this week to their Pittsburgh home following a twoweek vacation spent, with Dr. Bikers parents Dr and Mrs. Samuel S. SJker, 1634 -Biarritz dr. Dc. Ephrnlm fiiker Is assistant professor of anaesthesiology at the University of Pittsburgh and i> on the teaching staff of Mercy Hospital there. He leaves with his family next Sept. 28 for England, where he will be an exchange professor at the Welsh University and engage in research for one year. Women s Group to Nominate Tropical Chapter 678, B'nai B nth Women, will hold a business and social meeting on Mar. 15 at the Cadillac hotel. Slate of officers for the coming year will be presented. On Mar. 17. the chapter will hold ,a rummage sale at Steven s market. Mrs. Therese Kronowit/. is chairman. Monthly Meeting Tuesday B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Mar. 15, at Beth David Congregation. Nominations for officers for the coming year will be presented. The social program will highlight a philanthropic film, and a Purim skit will also be presented. Proceeds for Israel Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. president Of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, announces a seventh anniversary supper party on Sunday evening, Mar. 13, at Beth El Congregation. Proceeds are for the Children's Village and Farm School in Ranana, Israel. Proceeds of Fashion Show Slated for Hillel House Greater Miami Alumni Association of Iota Alpha Pi sorority held a fashion show Thursday at the Algiers hotel. Proceeds will go to the Hillel House at the University of Miami. Chairman of the affair was Miss Laura Freud. Miss Freud is also national member-at-Iarge of Iota Alpha Pi sorority and past president of the Miami Alumnae Chapter. Working with her and heading their own committees were the Mesdames Henry Roman, tickets; Bert Sager, fashion arrangements; Eli King, publicity; Emanue Sponder, refreshments; and Julius Bearman, telephone. Physicians' Wives Meet Physicians' Wives Club of Greatt er Miami met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Michael Gilbert, 444 i West Di Lido dr. Norman Graham, of the Miami Public Library, re! viewed the novel, "The Bad Seed," by William March Campbell. New Lodge Addressed Director of the Florida Anti-De' %  famation League Office Gilbert Balkin will address members of the M. Aurel Rosin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at Sarasota on Monday eve' ning. The lodge was recently in, stalled as the 19th in Florida. Balsam Twins Crowned At Beth David Carnival More than 600 students of the Beth David religious school and several hundred parents participated in a Purim assembly and carnival held Sunday at Beth David Synagogue. A Purim play, "Purimnct," presented by the confirmation classes, told the story of Either. Twins Nina and Alan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, were selected Queen and King. The three-year olds were the youngest Queen and King ever chosen at Beth David. Mrs. Ernest Sussman was carnival chairman. Concert Artist Scheduled At Mar. 15 Function Goldie Sussman, concert artist and former vocal soloist of Temple Emanuel, New York City, will sing Hebrew, Yiddish and English selections at the community meeting on Mar. 15 at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Sussman, who is now a regular member of the choir at Coral Gables Jewish Center, is also a well-known radio artist. The program begins at L':15 p.m. and will feature an address by Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, famed educator and orator, who is making a special flight from Baltimore to appear in this area under sponsorship of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Spinoza forum Hears Two 0cean ct Allen Hooker ; orl T d traveler and lecturer, and Dr. J. "Man in Nature will be the ,, ... ,. ..— topic of the lecture Saturday after-, M Mart,nez W,U the s P eakers noon at the Spinoza Outdoor For-'Dr. Martinez is the author of the urn in the patio of the home of Dr. j book, "Man in Nature." Charles Abraham Wolfson, 11th st. and | H. Lee will preside. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER not* in tssow Sedorim Slated Torah Temple Here Hdnej Davidson, chairman of 1 ritual committee of Torah Temp 1254 u • %  -• ave.. this week, anlUJCi that Passover Sedorim and % vices will be conducted at Torah Implc on Wednesday and Thursiv evening Vpr 6 and 7. 1 that the Temple have indoor and outdoor dinduring the Passover celebraI. 0:ficiatin^ will be Rabbi Lou[A. Cassel and Rabbi A. M. Cassel. Reservations tor the first two ght> of Passover are now being copied at the Temple office. GMJCC Names Stein House Committee Chairman Louis A. Stein has been appointed house committee chairman of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, GMJCC president and Bernard | Weksler, chairman of the Branch Planning Council. Stein is president of the Center's Amity 28 Club and a member of the board of directors of the agency. Stein assumes his new position with many years of building experience as a contractor in Washington, D.C. He has been a resident of Miami for the past nine years and has been active in many local veteran and philanthropic organizaNoted Photographer Now Practicing on Beach Gene Troop, well-konw photographer, recently acquired the MolIdan Studio at 404 16th st., Miami I Beach. The former owner of a three' studio operation, Craftsman Photographers in metropolitan north, ern New Jersey, says he got "Miami Beach sand in his shoes two years ago while on vacation." • A former artist and a graduate of Pratt Institute, Troop gave up the paint brush in favor of the camera. Besides being a portraitist he is also an experienced commercial photographer. Some of the i leading accounts in the country he j has done work for are General Foods, Kaywoodie Pipe. Jacques I Kreisler and Lever Brothers. He has also done publicity photography for Joyva Halavah, The Manischewitz Co. and Palisades Amusement Park. Troop will now offer his services to residents and visitors of Miami Beach. Of special interest, are the wedding portraits, which he features in candid albums, as well as Stereo 3-D in full color. Briday newspaper glouiM are always included at no extra cost and at this particular time a special free bridal gift. 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PAGE 12 B -JmistncrxMan !" ^I_MABC, NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Attorney General Jacob J. Jav.ts has started a new a~acfc en the steadily mounting emergency of juveni.'e delin^uenc* Or. Louis Hacker ... I': • add: Sea V.rdeplored the preser:' U 5 immigration po':cies The Formosa po3*r keg: It is | BtBCkok. Meerwhiie. Prime *Ainrster Nehru Parii. %  -a ar.d v the Beds While Colu m bia Uaaaaaraanj scientists ha\e r-' :ne age of the world is about iMUNJH •> V. the use or the ceba't bomb might lead to the death a* everybody in the world Ma>ors c' etoht American cities named Lebanon — \ • '. -ds of ua : A Federal jury has con ieed The Kansas Crt> Star • • -; PEOPLE E-< SeAo I i Sec .•rte W.it^re 0 I i 0*>d herSvr^on ; -V. y .. Set Wnn.' i rtk aa j gift fraaa the !( the J< %  thing on ZiOBi>n. : ;'-eouotec He^-> Bt'cade ad -warned the Is Z i'.ons %  %  • %  ke it easier, rather %  = *-•. a' Ira* tadersh.p in Islam f, -tpjrrj indicate that Egypt is taAau n< •;mi-:i i-n •-• -mertcan Je> a*e -vainly members of *he J as e c'ass i-^e and s'i-.s • Tha i~>#:i.t. s,-.-• ;i Society aSBSBaaBUM •-• Je-s*• %  spr IT to 2 5?iEL -tsa-es* .-:*, s .., • -,• tha j^rung of the TarfcJah-lraa*' -•• -as SC.->M •%  ; ; •-, .•-,; Lstr-t T-. Istxn :.*-*arV; M"• %  '"J; %  • .r>e^enaaaacaaaadJ aat Ma* r-a,-tarm r*r .-• .K i t ., RjrsIsaac Hj .. .--? has s*<- acted *eo-s fro— Soa %  trr -: r _—.::-=" S-~— lev-son was guest speaker at Temple Emanu-El's youth --. Ma -iM :een agers heard the noted television and radio star as hi"! s:er c: weexiy gmastJ trom the fields of education, community leadership sports c m ri-essed the group. Shown (left to right) are Joe Schwartz, -.%  : ;.-.;.-. Lev„-.soa Donna Makoviky Pauluie Bauman and Elliott Shar, JC TIRE ECONOMY BUY at NORTON U.S. ROYAL FULL-CAPS • LOOK LIKE NEW • WEAR LIKE NEW • GUARANTEED LIKE NEW 640 x 15 6.95 670 x 15 7.93 710 x 15 8.77 760 x 15 9.53 700 x 15 9.50 800 x 15 1 0.50 820 x 15 10.50 HCHAHGt CM *ICA*OA|U CAS:>4 MADOUN EASY CREDIT C4 GETS YOU ROILING! All credit hondled by Norton Tire Co. Yo*i ore not "formed out** to e fmonce company. REMEMBER TOO WT TMl PULL US ItUIIER CO. GUAJLAMTU v WMtH YOU BUY rtOM NORTON TIRE ruBans TIKS coMPtrrc SELICTION IN ALL SIZES TN0UUHDS or MOD U.S.R0YAL^/^ BLACKWALLS WHITEWALLS SIZE 590x15 640x15 670x15 710x15 760x15 800x15 600x16 650x15 650x16 No Each. No. Each. 14.95 12.95 15.95 13.95 16 95 14.95 18.95 16.95 20.75 18.75 22.65 20.65 15.95 13.95 17.95 15.95 19.95 17.95 19.95 20.95 22.95 24.95 2695 18.95 24.50 22.50 r. • IETTE1 VALUf • tn-rni sex vice • tFTTER CREDIT TTRMS NORTON r TIRE 1 MIAMI [500 W. Floalef MIAMI 41 00 N.W. 2nd A*. MIAMI REACH NottoaPoNotTireCo. 1454 Alton Road NORTH MIAMI 13340 N.W. 7rfiArt. SOOTH MIAMI Sf30 S. Diaia Hia* U.S. ROYAL T1RI HEADQUARTIRS|