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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[vni/.JME 29Number II
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UnRY MONTOR OUT OF FORMER POST
Dr. Schwartz Takes Over at Helm
Of U.S. Israel Bond Organization
NEW YORK (JTA> A new sales organization for Israel bonds.
under ;he direction of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman
Df the I'nited Jewish Appeal, is now in the process of formation in this
countr;. it was revealed here this week by Israel's Finance Minister
evi Kihkol, prior to his return to Israel.
Mr. F.shkol said that the underwriting agreement between the
State : Israel and the American Financial and Development Corpora-
lion U r Israelof which Henry Montor was executive headwould be
* terminated by mutual agreement
because of what he termed "honest
differences" over sales policies. He
paid tribute to Mr. Montor and em-
phasized that there would be "com-
plete continuity" of bond sales dur-
ing the transition period.
The formal statement issued by
Par* turnricA Mr Eshko1 reads:
[all JUl |Jl IbC "Throughout my brief visit in
the United States on this occasion,
during the course of which I have
had the honor of discussing the af-
fairs of Israel with the leadership
of many Jewish organizations, I
President Eisenhower Reports to Congress
On Effect of American Aid to Jewish State;
Remarks Highlight Troublesome' Finance
Says Upward Swing in External Debt
Brought to Sharp Halt at End of 1954
LE1URS EXCHANGED
. Turkish-Iraqi
Surprise
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
anti-1-rael pledge in the treaty
conc.'.:ried between Iraq and
furkej came as a complete sur-
prise to Western diplomats who
had been closely watching the
negotiations between the two
countries, it was learned here.
Th> pledge is contained in an
Bxchi nge of letters after the
treat; was signed. The letters
are ,.:tached to the treaty and
Iheir contents have been made
pub! in a statement issued by
the aq Government Western
diplomats now interpret the
move n hid by Iraq and Tur-
key lo silence Egyptian criti-
clsm and obtain support of
Vrab League states.
illy surprising is Tur-
-enption to the Iraqi
on Israel.
Rabbi Friedman Successor
NEW YORK (JTA)In connec-
tion with the designation of Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz as the new
chief executive officer of the Israel
Bond Organization, the UJA Tues-
day issued a statementsigned by
Edward M. M. Warburg, president,
and William Rosenwald. general
chairman lauding him for the
"magnificent contribution" which
he made in almost four and a half
years as executive head of the na-
tional United Jewish Appeal.
The statement said that Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman of Milwaukee.
\\ is. will succeed Dr. Schwartz on
June 1 as executive vice chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal. At
the annual national conference of
the United Jewish Appeal held in
December, 1954. inaugurating the
"United States development as-
sistance and technical coopera-
tion," the President continued.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The ef
fects of American aid to Israel on
the economic situation of the coun-'
try were outlined Monday by Presi-
den Eisenhower in a report to Con- j "have played a major role in the
gress on the operation of the Mu- tripling of the land area under ir-
tual Security program throughout i rigation since the state was found-
the world. The President said: I _. .. .. ,
._ u_ Mm,..... :ed, in the doubling of agricultural
United States aid under the Mu-___. .. .
tual Security program has been on- [and induslrial Production and now-
ly a part of the worldwide assist-; er-generating capacity, the reduc-
ance which Israel has received j tion in the trade deficit by $75,000.-
since its establishment, and the 000 in three years, and the settling
striking economic gains in the of near, 700000 immigrants in
country have been produced pn- permanent quarters,
manly by the driving energies of
the Israelis themselves. Nonethe-
less, our aid measures have formed
"Despite its growing achieve-
ments, Israel continues to face a
a significant part of Israel's prog- troublesome financial situation,"
..... Prnktrlont d'unn rw.ti.'or nivtnd "Hi'
Dr. J.stph i. Schwartz
. haves UJA
ress and have contributed impor
tantly toward the maintenance of
the going national economy.
FOREIGN SECRETARY HITS TROUBLE SPOTS
Eden Ms Commons of Hope That
United Nations Will Deal With Gaza
Battle on Broadest Terms Possible
LONDON (JTA) British For-
eign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden,
addressing the House of Commons
1955 campaign, it was announced j this week, expressed the hope that
that Dr. Schwartz intended to re-1 the United Nations Security Coun-
tire from the office of executive cil will handle the Egyptian corn-
vice chairman this year and at that
time Rabbi Friedman was named
as his successor.
Henry Montor
succtssor
have been greatly impressed by the
spirit of responsible concern which
I have met on all sides for the prob-
lems of Israel and the Jewish peo-
ple. I return to Israel in full con-
fidence that the support and'under-
standing of American Jewry will
continue in the future as in the
past to sustain and help Jewry
overseas through the United Jew-
ish Appeal, to enable us in Israel
to continue to absorb Jewish im-
Continued on Page 2 A
plaint against Israel with regard
to the Gaza incident "on the broad-
est basis," by dealing not only with
the immediate issue but also with
the wider aspects of the Arab-Israel
situation.
Sir Anthony, who just returned
from a visit to the Middle East,
reported to the House that he
found in the Middle East countries "v W'1" tFTRJXZ Pakistan and Iraq "the first United
a general acceptance of the need our other partners in the NATO. ,staUs shipments of weapons and
to organize a safe defense to pro-j Sir Anthony told the House. New I Iieg sent under recently initi.
tect the area from aggression from j weapons indchanged political con- lated military assistance programs-
President Eisenhower noted. "Its
trade deficit of over $200,000,000
{ and external debt of over $400,000.-
1000 make it most difficult for it to
' pay from its own resources for the
essential commodities and capital
items needed to sustain an ade-
quate rate of development."
Touching upon Israel's efforts to
consolidate its foreign debts. Presi-
dent Eisenhower said that the Is-
rael Government's program to
; stabilize its foreign exchange and
debt position had produced "mea-
surable results" by the end of 1954.
"The upward swing in its external
indebtedness was brought to a hall.
and much of its short term debt
was successfully refunded." the
I President pointed out. "Increased
j industrial and agricultural produc-
i tion brought a substantial rise in
export revenues and assisted the
drive to reduce import require-
ments, particularly for food. As a
result, Israel's trade gap was ap-
: preciably narrowed in 1954, al-
though it still was estimated at
about $210,000,000."
The President revealed in his re-
the Arab states and Israel, which
have now unhappily been aggra-
vated by further recent incidents,"
he said.
The British Foreign Secretary, re-
vealed that during his visit to Iraq
he discussed with the Iraqi Pre-
mier questions which would arise
if the British Government were to
accede to the Turkish-Iraqi treaty,
against which Israel has advanced
objections.
"Our aim is to form a new asso-
ciation with Iraq which will bring -gji* to t'iuT period "o'fjuiy-
our relations .nto line wi h those December. 1954, there arrived in
already existing with Turkey and
without. "There is also recogni-
tion that the security and pros-
perity of the area cannot fully be
realized as long as the present dis-
ruptive relations persist between
{OPERATES UNDER SEMI-DIPLOMATIC STATUS
Arab Information Center is Anti-Semite
NE\\ YORK-The Anti-Defamation League of
, "'" ;"ln 'his week charged that the new Arab
">">rn:.:'.ion Center in New York, operating with
MU-diploaiatic status, has been consulting with
protesMonal anti-Semites" to develop an Arab
I ropaganda campaign i the United States.
odpi i cen,e^ financed by the Arab League, was
iciu.i in recent weeks as an informational and
"" exchange. But, ADL declared, in its pro-
anrii" W'n s>,n,Pathy for the Arab League states
" i -credit Israel, the center has. through Arab
leartir 'n.lermed,ar'es. conferred with anti-Semitic
UainL i me,hds of arousing public feeling
Th f '" ,his munlry
Port ADLJchares were made in a published re-
nri -i.e,panLd by Arnold Forster, its chief counsel
w ciwl rights director.
?45 Part*. Ar,b Inlorntion Center is located at
United v ,venue- ia also the address of the
nations delegations of the League of Arab
States and the Kingdom of Yemen.
Chief of the center is Kamel Abdul Rahim. one-
time Egyptian ambassador to the United States.
Rahim arrived here in November as I'N representa-
tive from Yemen, with rank of ambassador. This
gnmta him diplomatic immunity. The information
center, however, is to be registered with the U.S.
Justice Department as "a foreign agent."
Mr Forster said that the Anti-Defamation
leagues assessment of the Arab center as "the
mass coordinating point for nationwide dissemi-
nation of pro-Arab. anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic
propaganda" is documented by statements and re-
ports attributed to Rahim and other Arab League
officials. .....
Among these, ADL reports, was a policy state-
ment by Rahim, made in a letter sent Oct. 25 from
Cairo before his departure for the United States,
to Dr. Omar Haliq, Arab League representative in
Continued en Page 2 A
ditions should be reflected in the ^ shipments to ,raq were ..main.
fresh approach to our joint ar- ., fof establishment," he
rangements for resisting external | Mj(j
aggression in this area. Our com-, Discussing the Arab refugee re-
mon needs can now be best pro- settlement project under consider-
vided for in different and more tion, President Eisenhower told of
up-to-date ways than those which a proposal ,0 irrigate ,and in the
were embodied in the Anglo-Iraqi Sinaj peninsula of Egypt.
treaty more than 20 years ago. _^______
Sir Anthony also discussed the
Arab-Israel conflict during his in-
terview with Egyptian Premier Col.
Gamel Abdel Nasser in Cairo last
month. Anthony Nutting. Minister
of State for Foreign Affairs, re-
vealed in Commons.
He made this statement in reply
to a question by John Eden. Con-
servative MP, who asked whether
the Foreign Secretary had discuss-
ed the matter with Col. Nasser. Mr.
Eden further queried whether
there was any definite proposal for
altering the present demarcation
Continued on Page 3 A
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rrral far the SUte I i.t* as-
are te 7DJa bead pwrcteet
that tary har m*w) kelp of
iai iiiaahar ratae to the SUte and
to reassare them that taeir invest-
mil already at work and produc-
mg dmdead* in Israei ill be re-
paid in full, interest and principal
"The officers of the American
aaeaai aad DeteJopmer.! Corpor-
.-mo. arho hare been aad continue
l4, p^j, K to he among the warmest friends
liw>rt^i*f *** *PP< v. ..." ha-ve < '.:-:- I their fullest
g the State to
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Rahun and representatives of non-
Arab League nations with large
Moslem populations. Rahim sought
to impress IN delegates from Iran.
ffrf Pakistan and Afghanis-
tan that the Arab cause and Mos
lem affairs are interrelated." He
asked for financial support from
heir gorernments for b.
*nda work Th, de^"0*
noncoaunitu! Mt*s *
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Miami's National
Council Section D^e
At Biennial Meet


Arab Center Source
Of Anti-Semitism
Continued from Peoe 1 A
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.Arab center welcome* the coopera-
tion aad assistance "in all 1
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jopes UN Seeks
read Settlement
Cpntinued from Page 1 A
topal mil he charac-
Lprt at 5 arbitrary and
r Nutting asserted
(he pr of the demarca-
ie well within our
Berbert Morrison, deputy oppo-
ion leader, asked Mr. Eden
jeihrr anything had been done
I ne. t<> end the fun-
hental difficulty in the Middle
u which, he said, is the state
war persisting between the
ibs and Israel "at the behest
the Arab states."
Kr Anthony replied: "I think
I HoLse knows that we have been
Jung efforts to try to improve
[situation there, and that there
Lin :act. been a certain improve-
ni over the last month which
acknowledged by both sides,
en this unhappy Gaza incident
urrtd. I am afraid that this in-
Jent will have aroused passions
lin i ad will set back the work
Twar.t to do. I can see nothing
ten can be achieved in that
lere now except that it should
[handed hy the United Nations
Urity Council. -I would hope
in f-o doii'.3. the Security Coun-
|\ti handle it on the broadest
dealing not only with the
pediate issue but also with the
ler issue as well."
PAGE 3 A
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Rachel Korn, Yiddish poet and
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Durin World War If, Miss Korn
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5 ocr-
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Jewry roncemed tbesnsel -: = rr-r-cpdry
In thus ser.
:.:ve 3-e-en con-
:.n s t3r-*rrr: rr.e -~:.-.r
" :-4: -- Jewish
- sn
- -
-"- er e*-.r.3 :.;: 3 z.-'er derr.or.-
rr: rts purpose *us ereiy to hsten.
i_sr_i; zz.d .ve z- z pent zi v-.ew th -_- :.- = 3r330*e-3 ;.-:nrr. :~ secure3 Is-
raeli future
as he made during the
s 33ess cze realistically impos-
sicle zz.zr. the pchocai. economic and mihtary
djr.r_l-.ei besettag Israel s position in the Near
East 3re clecrlv tnterrekrted.
Also negc_ng Mr. Jemegan's stand is the
ser.es z: events wh.ch immechately preceded
".y 3~re z~ tr.e 33r.terer.3ethe Gaza
U^~~ jr. b- z-z~.-izz.z-.zz Prerruer Nassers massing of
roops 5-1- h^ vow to "gire
Lsrre. z .e=s-:_ they will nerer forget. Saleh
Sclem s 3rcrr__ sat the Arabs will strive to
~:zs-~ r ;.-3 ? c: the Patestine war even if
ifr-- -. v.e UN resclu_oris.
L- _-.= _-3. 33.3 .--= M- >r-ec3-s 3 z dress
befcr? T ::r_J*reoce of Jewh leaders pre-
MHtec : _- 7--.--------r-- .- ::= :r. the Near
Eos' ::r.r:ve: 3rual ob-
ser.'r: merely rsncerned with Ae assurance
-..-.z- ;usr.ce wJI be done there. It failed miser-
:: .:?- :-: :::.ve ::r:tr.ru:.o:: I
:;:.-._- ::r.30lwlfwas bhnd to the
:: '." S wu_r.cr:ess to accept Arab in-
:.rr..3 3-_:: ..-. re -am* :: 3 r.eve:-:c-r.e-3:r..ev-
-3 .-_-33 cooparattOB, with Israel the scapegoat
A 3:p-e:_
z- z _- 3cverr.-
_-. pc_- s-rtr-ere-d -.:v- rr.33e :y 'stt^-
^-rr:=r.:3r. foreign
~-.z: 3-3 .r. : = .-._-.3-33 5 e-3aers who felt
hal rommnnirv js one-iced and
---- e MMtv.-v ;%,-3:3 the U.S.
-3 *.-.-. re3*-r Ic the Ar33 r.r33r-3.
:: John Z 'er^egan. U.S.
r*e was rer-
r.e r.33 : repcr t= the
:r :: rs rr.3v be esser.-
:cr.e=" Washing-
:- li:=e. s 3-3-s.t.3r. ..-.
'' -:..m:... rr.: e-r:
':: = ::: : -= '' '- Iszze. s pos
': r. s
...- .--33.-3 -. -- lot caegory. Mr. Jeme-
33.-. .-.e.3 333 A-35 -o difierent from any
- '-e: ;-; "3 :c33.udd -hat ail slates
- 'i-z: 33= 3:e .3 33r.3=r :: -he rcrmnOB
-?. "* ~.-s undoubted-
:e:r;e-.:r ; "3e eve-
-
' Jemt
~* deem it necessary .; 3_ir_ss Egypt's
:: the Suez Canal
Most important the Deputy Assistant Secre-
tary of State, in referring to the common threat
of outside aggression, failed to discuss methods
by which our government will deal with the
Arab League's continued denial of the possi-
cility of accepting Israel as a nrm of a pro-
posed "Little NATO" for the Near East This
Jand of pohnco-econornic relationship currently
existing between the Arabs and Israel certainly
fBes in the face of Mr. Jernegan's position that
there is no evidence of any intent on the part of
her neighbors to attack the lewkh Stale and
i-r | ~ - - . ... .. ... evidence of
zi .'.6: M 3-: :rs-3 333:,:
33 3T.3.3". V.ew
err.-
- 3 Z T 2 z -. -
:z>. 3.* 3-3 ~" **'
-- : -.-.-..-.
3. ": zzzez:
. .....
..-.-----___
C-Doy Needs You
S_333y Ma -- .s t3e 33te cr: wrt.rh Com-
bined Jewish Appeal volunteers wdl make their
direct door-to-door solicitation for funds to meet
the 1955 goal for S1.S58.000.
Current {-.cures place pledges thusfar at
somewhere over the million mark, but there
can be no slackening of effort on the part of
the community -J the goal set at the beginning
of the campaign is to be achieved.
This means that the Sunday door-to-door
sc:r.*.a_oo C Day is a BOM during wruch
tr.e _3.3.v-d_3. Miarr.iar; 333. share :r. the 3rave
respoasibihty of gathering support for the local
333 33-.333. 3ge3_3.es whose procrcrr.s ccr.-
tribute so much both to the Miami and Ameri-
can Jewish scenes.
-s also the time during which each o! us
can help Israel in her desperate hour of need.
Combined Jewish Appeal leaders estimate
that 3,000 volunteers will be needed for a suc-
cessful C Day" effort. In this regard, it should
be remembered that an essential part of sup-
porting Miami's CJA includes volunteering to
work in some facet of the dr.ve.
It seems to us that "C Dcy' offers a splendid
opportunity for volunteer workers to bring the
story of the Combined Appeal to residents here
Current events in the Near East should be
enouc pur ecrh of us in our individual
eflort to rr.u.-te the 1955 CJA campaign success-
ful Tne Gaza battle, the Arab League's prom-
jse of a second round. Egypt Premier Nasser s
boast this week that Israel did not wm the
1948 war and that "we shall make up for the
past knowing we are defending our father-
land all this must he in our minds as we
volunteer ox- services for Miami s "C Day"
effort on Mar. 27. '
,. -' "? ** volunteering will
a firm answer to the Arab world
1 tare to May. The amour.-
needed to achieve the 1355 Qocl will se
tonefor tr.e Mangth of that answer
Jewish press of demonstrating a shocking lack of -vmpath ^"
government's foreign policy. On the face of it. t! ""
tenng observation, since the criticism the American Jewish ^L
leveled against Mr. Katzen's employers stem- from a kind?
national diplomacy that would make any observer un^vrnD-ts,1
But this Republican Party expert went even further He
threatened the English-Jewish press with nefanou- if"vajnJ11
quences should its attitude remain unchanged. Were Mr Kat '
quently not chastened by private coaching from hi- party, \^1
in such traditions as the right to free expression, one might on
mise that U.S. foreign policy in the Near East is a direct resuHrfj
decision to teach the likes of me a lesson. Since that timt | j
been principally engaged in the vast task of mendinz his feneejjLl
peeping out from behind his desk on propitious occasions to tol?
clemency of the political atmosphere.
Some of this testing has involved sending items to editors c
papers throughout the nation, in which the Republican Party
to be anything but what it is. Most of them have warranted m!
ment whatever, as I see it There wa. for example, the recent
of Solicitor General Simon Sobiloff. in which the Maryland Ren*
a staunch party man of long standing, "went on record" in nun
matters pertaining to Israel. One was meant, of course, to asm]
Judge Sobiloff's observations constitute official I" S foreign mm
In this regard, both Mr. Katzen and Judge Sobiloff perforwil
task- admirably: they played the political puppet for an AdminkH
that 1- rightfully concerned over an outraged American Jewuki
munitya community that has seen in action our State Den
giddy sale of Israel down the river. Now. this nai\e public n
technique of which the Sobiloff profile appears to be a prototn
tainly is effective as a sales stimulant on its face. But when Mr u
boasted about the Solicitor General's promise several months ip]
our government was in the process of reevaluating /,. confiueri
hip> to the nations of the Near East, he could invite no pnrfj
than the compelling force of his memorandum. Indeed, mi
event] have shown that both he and Judge Sobiloff were alsotn
EXTENDED COMMENT is however due in the ca-e of 1
Mr Katzen recently distributed nationwide. There, he presentsih
to the New York Times, written on Feb 14. in which he reviews 1
patch from New Delhi filed by C L. Sulzberger two da>- eariief
Sulzberger's wire to his newspaper expresses the belief that ovi
tion in Asia has been deteriorating steadily in the face of h*a\yi
munist gains. According to the Times correspondent th.- trend 1
reversed only when Democratic Party participation :- -jnificarf
created in the determining echelons of f.S. foreign policy.
In essence. Mr. Sulzberger's position is a reexpre-iun of tkti
rent Chester Bowles demand to assure a "bipartisan poltcj bad
at lea*t three-fourths of the American people." Now. thi- justi
appear proper to Mr. Katzen. whose letter to The New York'
resents an effort to prove that, such Democratic Part\ pa.m.
would be nothing less than detrimental to our aim- in Asa.
Bowles proposal." he writes, "is not an unmixed blessing as loaf 1
Democratic Party is dominated by an element which adheres toi|
of white supremacy"
One may readily agree with Mr. Katzen when he argues '
peoples of Asia and Africa must look with suspicion upon tkti
because of past memories of European oppression and domii
is also easy to agree with him when he observes that these .
are mainly responsible for the aloofness of the Asians and
to the Western democracies and for their facile acceptance of u-
lKSt P.ropaganda Taking the position that the United States mil
the We-tern World in convincing the Far East that it tands hrl
determination and the equality of all races. Mr. Katrer. ateunflM
eludes that "it i< questionable whether the representative- of the
cratic Party can lend credence to this type of policv In effedj
would have us believe tha! all bigots, ail white premaey chaw
are members of the Democratic Parly and that his own political!
ization >uffers from no such blight.
One need, of course, only think back to the very day on whki[
Sulzberger filed his dispatch at New DelhiFeb 12. Lincoln > brl
and recall what happened here in Miami, when a RepublicanL
tribute to the Great Emancipator's memory broke up with a ne-j
because Negroes had been invited to attend. This w uld rer
precisely the kind of isolated and destructive political spirit'
cau>ed Mr Katzen to note that the Democrats in Congr< throujH
Southern wing, are firmly committed to a policy of white supres*
ONE CAN note in a similarly questionable spirit that t"l
Rights Cases, when Republican Rutherford B. Hayes ua- in off.lj
unconstitutional the 1875 act "to Protect All Citizen- in rhe:r CidJ
Legal Rights." thus, in effect, denying the Negro hi- const"!
guarantees despite the fact that slavery had been abolished. Ema
!TiKa,Mn' ne might also P0'"1 t0 th Republican- illicit"
abolition, as the eminent American writer Charles B- ird h> I-
out. "to wnng one more President** from the folds of battiest
garment that was the Civil War.
These are principal indications that it is unintei!:
on party lines in the matter of bigotrv. It would hi '
'nor' -sider that the emerging role of the Negro in
lcar' -nificant for the second time in Jr bistort!
' and fifth decades of this centurv-a period r*{*
dominated by the Democratic Party and one in whuh the Des*
assumes the role of saint or rfaner with reg**
-t of economic and sociology issues. In ***.
for Mr Katzen to recall that the civ:! ""Jfl
^n 1W8. with the a and that Mr Truman was elected d defect*!
It is only fair for him to consider that these Di were I
responsible for Mr Eisenhowers victory in 1953 ^
oeoj the character of his own party's support becaus, 1 vast *]
J,NJ 1' '*V c?mP0'*d of snu-civy rights sdvocates-the hifnff JJ
foTl^ ,w?^l^mocntic P"> fr years earlier And WJJL
crane ^ "nd c,vl1 "** PP*' ^^L^iH
bw-JS a"no- inm its >< of power in 2"!f!?,
L^"k \ COr*t when ch"8e that Ihe Southern D***,%,|
swavT.^ "g s,ubboray "* effort of President Ei>enrjor-."
_rtL s**r*,*OB "d inequalities in the treatment of <*-*
ot the non white races." v
that fh! 'S "iteB*' for Mr. Katzen to convince *J
inat uw present Administration is mainly responsible for U ".
fim^^!S_-- T*e R*P*>lican P*rty inherited these f
ST JL?T*_'0rr 1-*l the -* *Ju,t *L*
TT.J2S!! P** o* the conflict within the ft*
^nowtora themaeree* bseame M was given to *


rBIDAV, MARCH 18, 1955
* Jewish ncrldlan
35 Bond Saleswomen to be Feted
For Their Contributions to Israel
PAGE 5 A
Thirlv five State of Israel Bond
Luswomen will be honored at a
["Then" tea <>n Monday afternoon,
u,r 28 at the home of Mrs. Wil
ihm Bornstein, 871 North Venetian
Lr for their inspiring and tire-
I Us devotion on behalf of the State
Ef Israel and Israel Bonds during
|j954."
Thc> ill be presented with solid
Ifii.ld "Chen" (harm awards at the
llca according to Mrs. Monte Selig,
Icha'irman of the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds
committee.
At a meeting in her home this
week. Mrs. Selig discussed plans
L- the te with "Chen" co-chair-
nen Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs.
Kax Weitz.
"Chen" membership is open to
ny woman who undertakes to sell
Lr purchase S2.500 in State of Is-
rael Development Bonds. Each
Ichen" Charm is symbolic of one
the ancient twelve tribes of Is-
rael. "The charms recall the link
*ith the past and remind us of the
present bond with Israel," Mrs.
elig explained.
for every S2.500 sold or purchas-
ed by a "Chen" member, an addi-
tional (harm is earned. A complete
feet of charms represents a total of
O.OOO in sales of State of Israel
Development Bonds.
Mr- Platofl and Mrs. Weitz said
fchal Mrs, Lena Mintzes, top Israel
Bond Saleswoman, win have the
fonor ni being the first woman to
.....d five charms. Her sales
reconl for 1954 totalled $125,000
I Bonds. Mrs. Mintzes is al-
lead) bringing in sales for credit
Inward- her sixth "Chen" charm.
Representing sales totalling more
khan 170,000 in Israel Bond sales
|or 1954, i ho following women will
war led four "Chen" charms
fcacli: the M -lames Sarah Czech,
I Miriam Press, Fannie
%. Rubin, Fannie Selig, Mary Sher
\w\ Esther Singer.
For -ales that reached the
J15,IHX) mark in Bond sales. Mrs.
ose Bernstein and Evelyn Platoff
rill lie awarded three "Chen"
rharn>. eai h at the tea.
en who will receive two
charms tor sales of S15.000
are v.i Rose Herman, Mrs. Ida
! id MrS, Raye Jacob-
Mem
And for Bond sales of more than
the following women in
he Miami area will be awarded
ne "Chen" charm each: the Mes-
riame< ( lara Burstcin, Lillian Can-
for. H' i arner, Florence Frank-
enstein Bessie Gcrzog, Sarah Gold-
nan, Elizabeth Goodman, Lillian
Goodman. Sophia Hodas, Eva B.
Rahn, Frieda Kalstem, Celia Eaye,
Sophie Krantz, Fannie Liebman.
*nna Brenner Meyers, Matlida Rat-
ner, Beckie Iteinhard, Lilly Stone
pnd Sybil Weitz.
Also announced at the meeting
Congressman Dante B. Fas-
cell will sit in, by special invi-
te n a hearina <>i the
si.'edoN?,ion8 Ch* Hvi-
Pn. Subcommittee of the
*oreq Rolcrtion, Committee
hilX",eci S,a,e S""** to
sL!S(linuMlaml- Senator
^Pessard Holland will pre-
U sckL81,016 hearina ~hich
Pubii, ."u 18' m Mtomi
^Iron^aS "^^ *
was that extensive plans for the
Women s Division activities for
1955 would be mapped out at the
,k ,2tea- -Mrs-Selig s,a,wl ,ha'
the 1955 goal for Sponsors of Israel
had been set at 125 Sponsors
A Sponsor of Israel is a woman
W,laS purchased a minimum of
$1,000 in State of Israel Develop-
ment Bonds.
AJCongross to Entertain
National Women's Executive
Mrs. Betty Alderson, assistant
executive director of the National
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress, will be entertained
at a reception in her honor Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs Ro-
bert L. Cole, 2131 SW 21st ter., Mi-
ami.
Greater Miami Chapter of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will meet on
Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 23, at
Beth El Congregation. Nominating
committee will present a slate of
officers for the board of directors
for 1955-56.
Also scheduled is a film under
the auspices of American Cancer
Society.
Annual Flower Tag Day will be held by the Jewish National Fund Council on Mar. 19 and 2C.
bhown at a planners' meetinq this week are standing (left to right) Miriam Wolfman, Beulah
Uavis, co-chairman, Milton Miller, Miriam Pr ess, Daniel Broad, co-chairman. Lilly Stone and
Hose De ong. Seated are Rose Marcus. Ida Jacobs. Pearl Gratz, Sophie Seeman, Ida Zorah-
key_and Jda_ Bookspan
Emanu-EI Elections Sunday
Samuel Friedland, president of
Temple EmanuEl. this week an-
nounced that the congregation will
hold election of officers and direc-
tors for the coming year at its
semiannual dinner meeting and
dance at the Di Lido hotel Sunday
evening. Mar. 20.
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PAGE 6 A
Miss Witte Becomes
Mrs. San ton! Roberts
In Double Ring Rites
Mr. and Mrs Sanford B Roberts
after their honeymoon in Havana.
will return to Orlando, where Mr.
Roberts is regional supervisor for
the Guarantee Reserve Life Insur-
ance Company of Hammond.
The bride. Miss Se'.ma "
was given in marriage by her par-
and Mr- Aaron
.-.- s .. m
27 it a wedding reception in the
I :inor.
Rar,'
d at the dou-
Ue riflf. reremony.
ended by
Be.-ko. Brookl.vr. NY

Lodin
-
Broc/.
.- the pa
Mr
I
F.-ee-i

!
-
ir -
-
hmMwj r. bride

-
pc Plans
Summer Wedding
... ;-.--
-.--. M..-.. Beach.
I their
R Franco.
Prae-
A.i
jraduated i:
ami Bt -. School and atl
Alabama.
-h- -i' vice -r~
rority. a
Date team. Taj
Kappa Alpha, honorary' debate Ira-
m: Mangle, woman's
> e r. ice honor=rj (rgaa .zat ion.
At : attending Den-
; giene School at the Univer-
sity of Alabama Medical Center in
Mr Franco graduated from Sid-
ney Lar.ier High School in Mont-
| -fry ar.d attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama, where he was
president of Kappa Ho, social fra-
ternity, a member of Alpha Ep-
s-ilon Delta, honorary pre-medical
and dental fraternity, and Scabbard
and Blade, honorary military fra-
ternity
He is now a junior in dental
school at the University of Ala-
bama medical center, where he is
a member of XI P-i Phi dental
fraternity.
A summer wedding is planned
'.loan Lipsitz Troth
To Physician Told
Yr and Mr- '' I-'P1'-" ^
announce the
heir daughter. Joan
anlev J Ruzow. son
and Mrs. Joseph Ruiow. D-\-
ton. O
The bride-elect was an honorary
member of the Miami Independent
Cam; *' ,Be P***"
t V IJpaati it a librarian
in the Public Library of Miami
Dr Ru2ow :- a veteran of World
VTar d in the Navy
operator in the South
Pacific He received his medical
degree from the College of Medi-
State L'ahrersttj r>r
a i member of Phi Delta
n medical fraternity and Zeta
ran social fraternity He in-
the General Hospital in
and was resident physi-
Jackson Memorial Hospital
He I* now practicing medicine
.-ni. The wedding date has
been set for May 29
Ardmore
Mitt imm UptHi
Miss Gleizer \\V(|S
Paratrooper Here
^WlBangaru,,^
was the scene .: -, Vv
riage of Mus D:r., r,^ "H
Sid I. Herman Rabb" **
Swirsky officiated.
Mrs. Heyman p5r,n(s ar? J
and Mrs. Loui- Si er. a
a%e The Bridegi lft| '
Mr. and Mr^
SW 14th ter
Miss Claire Fahrei w,
honor Best man a. \;.
man. twin hrotl ; ^ ^
groom. Bobby Rii -Aa. ..
bearer.
After a rece:
rant, the couplt left a w
trip to Fort Cam| k>
the bridegroom is tationed *
paratrooper.
n. Imttr4 J. r**rt
Mrs. Isidore Cohen
Presents Bar Mitzvah
With Prayer Book
Wber. David Leo Harris, son of |
Mr ard Mr Moms J Hams
Bar Mitrvah Saturday at the
;ces of the West Miami Jewish
Center Mr- Isidore Cohen pre-
sented him with a Bible in behalf
of the Sisterhood.
In 1932. as president of Beth
: S:-terhood. Mrs Cohen pre
led David's mother, then Shir-
ley Ru*cnthal. with a prayer book
at her Confirmation Services Th:-
prayer book was used by David -
father to chant the Kiddush at
Friday services.
At the Bar Mitrvan services Rab-1
bi Alfred Waxman commended
David's grandmothers. Mrs Sophie
Rosenthal and Beckie Ranis, for \J jss Breitl)OI*(l Met
encouraging David in Jewish learn J-.
ing riance on Vacation
Also present were girlhood While vacationing in Florida last
friends of Mrs. Harris, most of winter. Irene Breitbord of Worces-
whom belonged to the Onyx Club. ter. Mass met her future husband.
Miss Irtmt BnHk*4
tUt. Htmti Weiait*clr
Kirsches Reveal
.Ianice's Marriage
Mr and Mrs. Herman Kir-ch an
an active group in Miami year* ago
Among them were the Mesdames
Evelyn Marks Clem. Rose Dubler
.Toback. Nellie Shaff Kaplan. Rose
Gerscn Racklin. Jane Gerson Ros-
en. Ethel Mintzer Shulman and Syl-
via Rachick Leiter
Also among guests were Mr and
Mrs. Herman Marks. Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Aronoff They will be mar-
ried in June in Worcester.
Irene is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Jacob Breitbord. Worcester.
Leonard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Aronoff. 2273 SW 27th
ter.
The bride-elect graduated from
the Worcester High School of Com-
merce and the Elizabeth Oliis
Charles Marks. Mrs. Herman Wa...
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman. Mr. Academy of Cosmetology.
EafASS-f" wem- s'SLTandMr "*""Na,e SS"S ^i^J^
^b s 1 the br.de I breakfast. Morns Brooks presented administration student ,n Miami
David with a Prayer Book in be The couple will make their home
the Minyon group. in Miami after the wedding.
Kpstein, Brown
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Epstein, of
Rochester. N. Y.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Evelyn
Bemice. to Lloyd Brown
Miss Epstein. 537 San Lorenzo.
Coral Gables, is a graduate of the
I Diversity of Miami and is teach-
ing in the David Fairchild Elemen-
tary School She is a member of
Kappa Delta Pi. national education-
al fraternity.
Mr Brown is the son of Mr and
Mr- Andrew Brown. 2757 SW 34lh
'i-ved three years in the
toast Guard now attending
the University .; Miami
home City, with a reception last
Sunday at the Algiers hotel, where
150 persona were present.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the newlyweds are return-
ing to Kirksvalle. Mo., where the
groom attends the College of Osteo-
pathy and Surgery.
The bride is a graduate of Hunter
-e and New York University
and intends to take up teaching.
Mr Weinstoek'i parents operate
retail -hop- in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kugelman
Marks 86th Birthday
nds arrived in profu-ion las!
ailing Wednesday when Mr-
Bella Kugelman celebrated her
86th birthday.
Mrs. Kugelman lives at 40! West
Rivo Alto dr.. Rivo Alto Island.
Miami Beach. Her daughter. Mrs
Sue Tohrner. on hand for the
celebration, too.
Two tons traveled here for the
big event. C. D Kugelman and bis
wife arrived from Elkins Park, Pa
to be house guests at his mother's
home.
Another son. E. M. Kugelman.
and his wife of Jacksonville were
guests of the Mitchell Wolfsons.
Miss Shirley Bill
Shirley Bill Plans
New York Rites
Mr. and Mrs Jack Bill 2480 SW
I 23rd st announce the engagement
of their daughter, Shirley, to Bar
;nard Schmtzer Bis parenti Mr
I and Mrs. I. Schnitzer, are New
Yorkers.
fcv
Mitt Irit faarae
Mitchell Alan Born
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich,
3666 SW 15th st.. announce the j
birth of their son. Mitchell Alan. | The wedding will take olaee in
Feb. 8. at Doctors Hospital. Mrs. New York place ,n
Horwich is the former Sonya Pal- The bride-elect is a 1954 arart
lot. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ate of Wh.tefield School !
1M. T. Horwich. Oak Park, 111., and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, 701 SW
ave., Miami.
47th
ate
fiance
ittfield School. Her
. received his Bachelor of
c3.i". NY0""" fr0m Brokl>"
Miss Klkin Marries
I Jo Elkin was mar-
ned to Marvin Schemmel Feb. 27
Har Zion Temple. Philadelphia,
The bride is ihe daughter of Mr.
and Mr- Max Elkin, Mt. Clemens.
Mich, and Miami Beach Mr
Schemmel parents are Mr. and
Mr. Joseph Vhemmel. Merion. Pa.
New Daughter Born
A new daughter has joined the
family f Mr and Mrs. Mel Rich
Mr HrandPwnts are Mr. and
MH AI Kichardson.
Goodman Birth
Mr and Mrs. David Goodman
announce the birth of their son.
Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs
Morns Goodman.
Mrt. W /. Mermaa
r
a.
Mra. Robert Roesing. of Hi
Alto Island, wears a ro
colored evening gown at j
Westview Country CluL !unoj
tion. Mr. and Mrs Re
and their daughter are |
mer Chicagoans. who naff
live in Miami the year-rjua*1
h,lr" If***


t V. MARCH. l&i9il
Jewish ffajdHari
PAGE 7 A
MS WILL UAVEJORJOUROnSRUL
ig Cherished Dream of Couple to be Realized Mar. 21
cherished
when Mr.
Mar. 21. a long
wiii be realized
rs Henry Seitlin, of 327 Jef-
aV(. Miami Beach, leave
,e Port of New York for an
Jed tour through Europe and
Israel.
I Beth David, on Friday
Mar. IK. following
te< the Seitlini
vith an Oneg
will honor
re for Israel
eve-
the late
will be hon-
Shabbat. The
both their de-
and their 47th
Eng anniversary.
Seitlins, pioneers of Miami,
to the twin cities over 40
[ago. when there was a hand-
jettiers here. And there
Liine Jews who welcomed Mr.
u a tenth, necessary to the
ng of a 'minion' that was to
into the present day Beth
, Synagogue.
\. Seitlin arrived several years
Together, they engaged in
Lndising. Together they saw
5derne>s. known as Ocean
evolve into the now fabu-
Bliaiiu Beach. Together, they
metropolis rise out of hope
dream and diligence. They
1 land boom sweep in from all
ation. They saw devastating
in the wake of relentless
land leaden skies. They saw
>mdii descend with merciless
turning prince into pauper.
the Seitlins stuck by their
Inever deserting the home of
choice At their side were
four sons, Sam, Louis, Drs.
and David.
jough the years the Seitlins
of their time, effort and sup-
development of cultural,
Itional and charitable institu-
And always they labored for
tm.
Seitlin was among the foun-
m Pioneer Women of Greater
She was its first president.
|orked tirelessly for Hadassah,
many branches. Since his
nent from the business
Miss Felicia Orovitz
Kiigugcjd to1 Dentist
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, of
North Bay id., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Fe-
licia, to Dr. Richard E. Deutch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deutch,
Providence, R.I.
Miss Orovitz is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Miami, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Brown University and College of
Dentistry and is a member of Pi
! Lambda Phi and Alpha Omega fra-
ternity. Dr. Deutch served three
i years in the Navy.
He is also vice president of the
Rhode Island Society of Dentistry
for children, and dental consultant
to school for Cerebral Palsied chil-
dren.
& # &
Mrs. Nat Blumberg will return
to the city about the first of the
month after a tour of California
begun Feb. 9. While in Los An-
geles, Mrs. Blumberg attended the
wedding of her nephew, Robert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Blum-
berg, on Feb. 27 and was enter-
tained at a number of parties giv-
en in her honor.
Anniversary
Celebrating their 26th wedding;
anniversary Mar. 23, are Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Berlowe, 1030 6th st.r
Miami Beach.
^minent Pennsylvania Jewish
vacationing at Waldman's
[ is Abraham Pete, of Punxsu-
Mr. Pete is chairman of
ommunity's UJA and Israel
drives, past president and
member of Chevra Agudath
Also at Waldman's is Mrs.
Spalter of New York City,
I has been president of the
auxiliary of Yeshiva and
i Torah C'haim for the past
rs, and Jacques Rosenblum
ew York, president of Beth
School in Manhattan.
PRACTICAL NURSE
Torah Temple
1254 Wen Avbnui, Miami Beach
J^ow Accepting Reservations jor
Passover Sedorim
Conducted bv
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL, RABBI LOUIS CASSEL
.ml BOYS' CHOIR
IndoOf Uld Outdoor Scdonm
For Rbsmvaiwni Call JE 8-l(T5: or JE 8-J271
"PauoveT Sedorim at Their Mow Bruuti/ul"
world, Mr. Seitlin joined her in
the strenuous UJA drives, in Bond
sales for Israel and in numerous
civic organizational jobs on both
sides of Biscayne Bay.
With the raising of the blue and
white flag in Israel, the Seitlins'
dream began to shape into plans.
At long last the plans are now pass-
ports and passage aboard the liner
United States. The couple will cele-1
brate their 47th wedding anniver-
sary enroute to Israel.
Friends and family have honored |
the Seitlins at many bon voyage
parties and dinners.
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Bar Mitzvahs
Anniversaries
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NM2 -; A
-Jemist ncrkt&r
TODAY
MARCH
Final Hadassah Review Scheduled
"'<-
B.
Aa atrteatare tale *s to be re- Mrs I v \
*aed a* tke fmal amwimna UI be koooreO b
by Mn. Doaald Murray
for
tke 12 part u if
- r*
tbe Greater Mi-
Tbe faaJ re- -
new will take *
place oa Taeidiy -^
afteraaoa. Mar.
22. at
*K 19.
1 -1*2 tbe el05i
taoaai
.a
I-rjeL
"ATOWl. VIVACE
BWJNETTi
" a*l
-. '- -*-* aac of y~
: ; 5 A *-=: -_
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To be renewed k W
Darkaes.*." Ay Alice Tbdale Bo-
baft, a witl aboat aa Aaaenran | Sa, abjact
comti to sriaa
CUbB
rr^*^1
iiein-israei congregation
Corner Prairie Areaae and 40th Street. hbz~: %&>
Will h<7TK7T

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for Bar
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A_-r .:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Heli r an
MM Xona Jefiatsaa Avaeaae. Mom ,
wok a FcaewaC Party Tiwaijuj at 8 -
3t 3e>h Israel OjufmjLtmm
^ae-7 dcwa xr Aa* citric rrf i Taw beta. \-.e HeJaa
^-jfc** k a tap laraei Korea 28th
All .-1ZXDS OF THE COUPLE ARE BTVItB
TO ATTEND^


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GEFILTE FISH
KOSHER
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FOR
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30ftfh **"' VI,S**Y CELEItA- 0
WVI" JEWISH SETTLEMENT IN a!
'AmericoMother of Extes
no* am a cur a?
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StMMkry, March M, 155 1:15 p -.
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FimST TIME 4Vf > WTf fff jff.t.tff
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CAHDIES AND 6LACE FRUITS
SAlf AT KTTB HUTT 1 FT SHOPS AND CANST SIOtB
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MDAY. MARCH 18, 1955
ieth Israel Congregation
Vilf Honor Samuel Helimans
Both Israel Congregation will
lonor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Helf-
lan. i i 4490 North Jefferson ave.,
frith a faijewell party on Saturday
Inning at the congregation, Prair-
, ave Dd 40th st.
I The Htlfmans are leaving for a
hp to Israel on Mar. 28. The
tuple are widely known for their
pvic and philanthropic activity
icre.
Mi. l-eon r .l.ii .,!i.,
Kabbl
El II.M
K......-ii.
Irondeis Dinner Rescheduled
To March 31 at Delano Hotel
,,, er Miami Committee for
University this week an-
[,',,,.1 that the committee's dm-
[pr jn onor of Brandeis president
hr Atram Sachar has been moved
C't0 Thursday evening. Mar. 31, at
he Delano hotel.
Ipr Sachar will be principal
toeakcr at the function for the uni-
| I Waltham, Mass.
rs committee includes:
men, .\n.-. Jacl< ft
J Mrs. Bldnes M.
I I, .:,. j Bertman, ITred
f *tn Samuel
I w i: Braverman, Bnapai 'i
I .:,. n i: Bronaton, Lyo
_M,S |#.. Chalkin, Joseph
| lai k B Cooper.
[ Panbaum, Jack Dublnsky,
1,\ i'.:li Duntov, Mm. Joseph DM;
En. Judge llrrnard Frank, Samuel
I ,, Samuel a rammer.
Ihml.s FYuchtman, Mm. Chailea
aWhtmi Hen < :in<-x. Mm. Ben ZkM
linhi -it Lou Oold, Charle.- fioldheijc,
I liinldstrom, MIbh Lillian tiood-
[' :i. i'huI Oroaatacar,
Eni'm-I Halperin.
. ii,- hi. Jr., Loula Helman.
Holland, I.eon II. Jacob*,
+Jf*'UHk)rkHM

PAGE 9 A
in linl.bl lull l>hrman
;- mi in, I ia\ i,l |., .
Iweph I.m-, I cph \| i.h.ii,,,'
Samuel M Maiinl. Benjamin M
Hank Meyei jck Mlntaer, Harry
Mufson.
Rabbi Joaeuh a Narol, In Kurt
Pelser, David Phillips, Mi- David
Phillips, Mi.-., .mi,,., i p|, u. Mm I I i
Pouack, Sum i'i.. |,.,sj,| |,,,,_
vua, Mrs. Mathilda Ralner, Morris
Hoenl..-ri{, Mn Charles Roaenrarten
Burnett Roth, Mrs. William Ruben-
steln. lira. Monte Bells, Mrs Mai
Schwartz. Mm Roae Hchwarts Mn
siiln.i s.liw.mz. Mayoi Harold Sha-
piro.
Mrs. Sperling, Israelite
Center Leader, Dies Here
Mrs. Rose Aries Sperling, 3160
SW 23rd ter., first president and
charter member of the Israelite
Center of Miami and a member
of the Coral Gables Zionist Organ-
ization, died Teusday. She was 51.
She came here 11 years ago from
Yonkers, N.Y., and was active in
many charitable and civic organ-
izations. She was a director of the
Icapa Music Publishing Co., Miami.
Wife of the late Irving Sperling,
painting contractor and a founder
of the Israelite Center, Mrs. Sper-
ling is survived by a son, Leslie, at
Duke University: a daughter, Miss
Ann Grace, a University of Miami
student, and a brother.
Services were held in Flagler Fu-
neral Home, with burial in Mt. Si-
nai Cemetery.
A
Charier for a non-profit corporation, Histadruth Ivrith, was
signed last week by Circuit Judge Vincent C. Giblin on appli-
cation of Joshua Z. Stadlan, president; Joseph Free, Ruth Ullis
[and M. Rabinowitz, vice presidents; Aaron Liebman, corre-
fsponclng secretary; and Dr. Samuel Vogelbaum, treasurer.
Purposes are to teach and spread the use of the Hebrew
language throughout the world and for preparing students for
the Jerusalem examination. Shown (left to right) are Simon
Seide.i, board member. Free, Vogelbaum, Stadlan and Dr.
Feder.
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Starting them youag: Donald Swartz (extreme right), teacher and coach at Oxford School, is
shown guiding several of the younger students in the best approach to learning how to swim.
Watching carefully are (left to right).Barry Blake, known nationally as "Little Jackie Glea-
son," featured locally at Copa City, Sheila Ploxin, Jacgueline Fialk and Michael Schwartz.
Oxford Dedicates Swimming Pool
Abraham C. Cassel, director of
Oxford School, 1204-54 West ave.,
this week announced that the ;
school's new regulation-size swim-
ming pool has been officially dedi- i
cated by students and faculty with
a program of diving and swimming
exhibitions.
The pool was then formally op-
and a daughter, Mrs. Rosemary
Krensky, both of Chicago.
Services and burial took place in
Chicago, with Beach Memorial Fu-
neral Home in charge of local ar-
rangements.
William I. Fewer
Beach Realty Dealer William
Feuer Dead at Age of 58
William I. Feuer, 58, a Miami
Beach realty dealer for 20 years,
died Tuesday following a heart at-
tack. He came to this area 21
years ago from Bridgeport, Conn.,
and lived at 1540 Euclid ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.
He had been a board member of
Temple Emanu-El since its incep-
tion 12 years ago, and chaiman of
the board of the Miami Beach
Apartment House Association for
the past five years.
Co-owner of the Feuer and Eis-
enstein Realty Co. for 18 years,
Mr. Feuer was a member of the
Miami Beach Board of Realtors for
two decades.
Surviving are his wife, Betty; a
daughter, Mrs. Corine Klein. New-
ark, N.J., and two brothers, in-
cluding George, Miami Beach.
Services were held in Riverside
Miami Beach Chapel, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ALBERT LEVICK
5.",, of C-',7 MaluKH eve., Coral Qablea
I away suddenly in a local hoa-
pltal Wednesday aften.....n. He was
formerlv in tli- auti. arfecklM busi-
ness. He leaves his wife, Pauline
a son, Lewis, of PHtsburB"; two touch*
t-rs, Mrs. Dolores Harris anil Miss
Kiau LeWck; aln four grandchildren.
He was a iii.iiiI,,t of thr Coral Gables
Jewlnh r'enter and th.- Coral Qables
Zlonl-a DUtrlot Bervloei srere hew in
the Miami <*hap.-l of rlurdon Mineral
Home Thursday al p.m. Interment
look |ila<-e In the Sur of l>a\ld f.-in.-
tery.
ened for the use of the many boys
and girls attending the resident
and day school departments.
Donald Swartz. member of the
faculty and superviser of water
sports at Oxford, prepared the spe-
cial dedication program and at the
same time started a complete
course for boys and girls in Red
Cross swimming and water safety.
Director Cassel, in announcing
this new and additional facility to
the campus of Oxford, pointed out
that the pool "is constructed spe-
cifically for school use and for
unusual safety." Jules P. Channing
of Miami, consulting engineer, as-
sisted in the designing of the pool
and its filtering system.
The pool is so designed to allow
every child to touch bottom with-
out endangering his safety.
Life on Other Planets?
*'Is There Life on the Other Plan-
ets" will be the topic of a lecture
by Charles H. Lee( satronomer and
newscaster, on Saturday afternoon
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
W PRODUCTS
fJUNE
Mrs. Estelle Goldman
Passes Away at 49
Mrs. Estelle Goldman, 49, of 727
85th St., Miami Beach, died Mar.
10. She was a member of Tropical
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and came here
15 years ago from New York City.
She is survived by her husband,
Sol, who suffered a heart attack
and was admitted to Mercy Hos-
pital, a brother and three sisters.
Services were at Rivers! Ic -Miami
Beach, with burial in Mt. Sinai
Cemetery.
I
3edWi\\l
Rabbi Dies on Beach
Dr. Bernard C. Ehrenreich, 79,
of 4701 North Meridian ave., Mi-
ami Beach, died at home Mar. 10. i
He served as rabbi of Congrega- j
tion Karl Montgomery in Montgom-
ery, Ala. He was a founderff the
American Zionist movement and a
founder of the ZBTA fraternity,
national scholastic fraternity.
Dr. Ehrenreich was known
throughout the country as an edu-
cator and for his boys' camp work.
He was a founder of the%Kawaga
Camp in Minocqua, Wis., in 1917,
and headed the camp until his re-
tirement in 1945.
He is survived by his wife. Irma,
r^fts.
MARGARINE
r&s.


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B:_ xka DanM Zeve Frieda Zyss. Ph
Not l Sam L Fritdmao Evely
truce Cyrr..-. -. Ler.crs H;-e: Har: Paul rlarnelo*.. L
geant Sunday evening include Paul Bedarslcy. Sylvia Kurtz Cor-
anjare: Yoraen. Cele Newman. Sadye Kayes. Esther Inselstein.
arie Lynn. Rita Wurtzel. Hattie Guth. Goldie Kagan, Rose Abel-
tie Brown. Morris Seidman, Samuel Friedman. Charlotte Loef-
Bedrick. Monica Monheit. Marc Corus. Harry Kershaw, Joseph
illip Balin. William Weiss, Chaym Rose. Andrew Gondure Solo-
n Levy. Doris Share. Helen Fleischer, Samuel Abrams, Ger-
ouis Brown.
Cast of 80 Featured
In Musical Pageant
Ir. > nl the .

. Beach Conui
ts will present a musical pa-
"n Sunday evening. Mar CO.
.Miami Beach Auditorium.
America. Mother of Exile-.'
Nathaniel Weinreb.
and resident
"'each ..!! tell the Story of
:h? Jewish contribution to the
AaMf age
In the east ol 80 performed are
asad, production di-
Bob Lyons, male narrator:
Pat Bromberg. female narrator:
Samuel Kelemer. Cantor of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. baritime soloist:
Mehna Kulhamjian. sopran
-"- ^nd Ben Vomer. mu-ic direc-
tor and conducted of the Miami
-v-nger-
Jaditta Voungerman and her
also participate
Alfred Waunao. of the West
Miami Jewish Center, uill d,
.ie im ._ i ar.d Mayor Harold
will bring greet.
ATTRACTIVE WIDOW-50
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5 5 TEA8S Of AGE WITH MATtlMONIAl
INTENTIONS WtlTE: MAS $ |0X
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APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NuTli'i: la hereto) ilvm thai I have
. fmul reporl .mil psHltion f(,r
I Mnce executor "f the
I .-'iI'HIK RAHINUWITS, ilw
known ..- SOPHIE METErUtON anrl
SOPH IB MBTRIHON daeaad: and
lha: on the llith day of A|irIL I'.'' '. I
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
lil.AN'Tii.V. County Judce of Dade
*"ininl>'. I*linda. fur :i|iproval of nald
final report and for fina.1 dlsohara-e an
executor of the estate of SOPHIE
K.M'.IN<>\VITZ. al.u known an SOPH-
IE MKCEBMON am! SOPHIE MBT-
RIHON, deceawd
This lth day of Man h. IM
QBOROB HKIlTK 'K
a executor fii abova estate
. 4 1-v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. N.. 177.11
MARY PPBPPatB, Ilmntiff.
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that a bill of complaint for dlVOTM BSV1
been fll-d axatnet you. and y.
required to sriir a Bat*] "f
your an.r t*oiii>i,nt
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Attorney f..r I
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IN AND FOR DADE CO^S
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of Ilorida City T< hale >>
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I tax deed to be Issued ihereon.
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avrlbed property in I ir i'or
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IV. MARCH 18, 1955
Ul| AIDSJtTH SHOLOM AND COMMUNITY'S NEEDY
indmothers Prove Their Talents Gracefully
+ lm>lstonrirU~,r,
PAGE 11 A
L youngesl affiliate of Tem-
,ih Sholom is composed of
i,,,., members, but they call
L elves -Thc-Young-at-Heart.
tndmothers of the Sister-
rf Temple Beth Sholom re-
organized themselves into
Cparale group, under the
Wnship "i' M". George Co-
, m.iIi Kabbi Leon Kronish.
Lgl |eader "f Beth Sholom,
Er mentor and adviser.
_,,,,,:, meets every Mon-
n the Temple patio to sew
I ,,,.,. things with their
a month, they have
ben meeting to which the
general public is invited and for
which they plan a special pro-
gram.
Recently, Dr. Samuel Gertman.
geriatrics expert, talked to them
on "How to Grow Old Gracefully,"
and on Monday, March. 21, Ger-
trude Estill, physical education
expert, will address them on the
importance of recreation and ex-
ercise for senior citizens. "The-
Young-at-Heart" have undertak-
en an ambitious program to be
carried through during the course
of the year.
They plan to keep the Tem-
ple's scrapbooks and historical
documents; to visit sick and shut-
ins; to visit hospitals and visit
with those who have no friends or
relatives in the city; to supply a
sitter-service for Temple mem-
bers; to help provide refresh
ments for Temple functions and
serve as hostesses. Many of these
plans have already been imple-
mented.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, presi-
dent of Sisterhood, and Mrs. Sol
S. Pine, president of the PTA of
Beth Sholom, both serve as ex-
officio members of the group and
cooperate with them in all their
endeavors.
Beth Tfilah to Receive Gift of Scroll Sunday
Mrs. Sqjjia Smelansky and her They are giving the Scroll of
sons, Samuel Smilan and Lawrence
Smilan, and daughter, Dorothy
Friedman, will present a Sefer
Torah, to Congregation Beth Tfilah
on Sunday, Mar. 20.
Law in memory of their husband
and father.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and
president Israel Diamond will ac-
cept the Scroll on behalf of the
congregation.


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ing-at-Heart" group meets with Rabbi Leon Kronish (extreme right). Seated are the Mes-
fs Elona Brown, Julia Wexler, Margaret Berkowitz, Clara Gold and Rense Goldhaber.
jing are the Mesdames Ann Lowry, Sylvia Kaplan. Delia Applebaum, Hattie Danerhirsh,
Cohen, Marguerite Goodman, Dorothy Pine and Camille Baum.
Society Meeting Due Friday
Meeting of the Dynamic Psycho-
logical Society of Greater Miami
will be held on Friday evening,
Mar. 18, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Spool, 610 NW 22nd
ave. Moses Meyer will read a lec-
ture on "Compensation," and a
class in public speaking will be con-
ducted by Mrs. Julie Hutner.
Israel Film to be Shown
Ben-Gurion Branch, Farband,
will hold a meeting Wednesday
evening, Mar. 23, at the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Irvin M. Sacks,
president, said that a showing of
the color film, "Faces of Israel,"
is scheduled.
I Leon Kronish, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the P.T.A.,
^George Cohen, chairman of the Young-at-Heart group,
*rs- Irving B. Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood, at a re-
londay morning sewing session.
eon at Gables Center
m luncheon will be pre-
at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center by the Sisterhood on Wed-
nesday noon, Mar. 30. Mrs. Joseph
Gittleman and Mrs. Herbert Gold-
berg are co-chairmen.
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HIW STUDY OF
BARUCH SPINOZA
Ii^MwMU^kmd&aaa
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MARCH 18. 1955
SECTION B
VOlUNTm FOR CJA
LIFE-SAVING DUTY
(-Day Will Bring Story of 55 Fund
In Canvass of Greater Miami's Homes

Combined Jewish Appeal Leaders Call
On Community to Support Mar. 27 Effort
MEYER CITED
Home of Aged
Jo Mark Tenth
Anniversary
Sur.( ay afternoon will be the oc-
t.i-icir for celebration of the tenth
ii;iniv. rsary of the Jewish Home
fur the Aged on the Home's
L,un al 151 NE 52nd st. Over
1.000 .re expected to attend to
hear reports of the past year's
kchievtments and future plans of
|hc II me and to elect 20 members
the board of directors.
In speaking of the anniversary,
\be Kurman, president of the
R leclared that "although we
pro thn e years away from our 13th
lirthday, the day of Bar Mitzvah,
vhen Jewish youth enters the
litre-held of maturity and commu-
nity responsibility, I am happy to
Ly thai our chronological age is
pi i measure of our developing ma-
iling
v. are proud of our accom-
l>ut more important
br thi future is our sense of hu-
nilily ,md appreciation for the
luppii:: and encouragement we
Live received from all segments of
he community," Kurman said,
I
I tfcink v, have come of age.
no longer interested in
|uildii fur the mere sake of buld-
Buildings have meaning for us
Inly ;.- a means of providing more
kmfi nable and satisfactory group
pvinu : r our residents and to pro-
vide the necessary facilities for the
ehal itation of our sick and in-
lapacitated. We are just as inter-
l.-ted. perhaps more so, in helping
lur community develop non-institu-
ional services and facilities which
help the senior citizen to re-
nain ir the general community, the
porma; environmentas long as
|ossil e."
Kurman paid tribute to the offi-
cer-, board members and leaders
lncl members of the Women's Aux-
iliary for outstanding work. Other
wficer> of the Home are Mrs. Isidor
Pohen, founder; Harold B. Spaet,
fconorary president; M. J. Kopelo-
pitz. toard chairman; S. I. Bern-
paum, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, and
David Phillips, vice presidents;
"chie Greenberg. treasurer; Mrs.
'se Krieger, recording secre-
Continued on Page 16 B
Loan Association
Reelects Schwartz
What promises to be the high-
light of their annual activities, will
take place Sunday evening. Mar. 20,
when the Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association holds its an-
nual installation dinner banquet at
Beth El auditorium.
The association was organized
five years ago under the leadership
of Isidore Schwartz.
A prominent communal worker
and civic leader, Schwartz is being
installed for the fifth consecutive
term as president. Under his per-
sonal leadership and direction, the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association has made numerous
personal loans at no interest to
many Miamians in dire need. Slo-
gan adopted by the association is,
"charity is one of the greatest
deeds one can perform."
Schwartz is presently serving on
Continued on Page 3 B
The giant campaign machinery
directing the manapower forces in
the Combined Jewish Appeal "C-
Day" drive is starting to roll, ac-
cording to Sam J. Heiman, cam-
paign chairman.
Volunteer recruitment-sessions
; have been held in a score of homes
| throughout Miami and Miami
Beach during the past ten days, re-
sulting in the enrollment of more
than 1.000 of the "C-day" volun-
teers needed for the one day effort
on Sunday, Mar. 27.
Miami Beach chairman, Burnett
Roth and Miami chairman Harry
Gordon say that at least 1,000 addi-
tional workers must be recruited
in the next nine days in order to
insure coverage of the thousands
of prospective contributors on "C-
D.iv Constituent member organ-
izations of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation have been asked by
Roth and Gordon to enlist quotas
from their ranks to serve several
hours on "C-Day." and there has
been a heartening response from
these groups, they indicate.
A good number of 'C-Day'' work-
ers were enrolled at the special
community meetings conducted at
Temple Beth Sholnm on Tuesday
of this -week, and at Beth David
Congregation on Wednesday eve-
ning. Following dynamic talks by
Dr. Louis L. Kaplan of Baltimore,
many hundreds of "C-Day" work-
ers signed volunteer cards indicat-
ing they would give two hours on
Sunday, Mar. 27, to CJA.
"We are well on our way past
cial campaign," said Heiman. u he
the million dollar mark in this cru-
urged the mass enrollment of work-
ers for "C-Day." "Men, women, and
young folks all have a stake in
the results of our CJA campaign.
The continued free services at Mt.
Sinai Hospital, the instructional
programs of the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the aid to the aged
and the family all depend on the
success or failure of this drive,"
he declared.
Among some of the major na-
tional organizations which have
guaranteed an all-out effort on "C-
Day" are: B'nai B'rith, Anti-De-
famation League, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Hillel. Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau, Miami
Beach Zionist District, Mt. Sinai
Hospital Pink Ladies and many
other well known groups.
Mayor Abe Aronovitz signs a volunteer card to indicate he
will work on Combined Jewish Appeal "C-Day," Sunday,
Mar. 27. Harry Gordon (ricjht) is chairman of the door-to-door
solicitation in Miami in which some 2,000 volunteers are ex-
pected to participate. The drive passed the million dollar
mark last week and is well on its way toward the 1955 goal
of $1,350,000.
?ulpits Open to CJA Leaders Friday
Loaders of Greater Miami Jewry will occupy the pulpits
of Jewish temples throughout Miami and Miami Beach on
Friday, Feb. IS, to toll the story of the Combined Jewish
Appeal and its world-wide program of help.
Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will speak at Temple Israel. Subject of his
address will bo "C-Day, Community Day." Ho will be intro-
duced by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader.
At Tifereth Israel, Harry Simonhoff, Miami attorney,
world traveller, author and Jewish scholar, will speak on the
subject "A Federation SabbathOur Tradition of Helping
Our Brother."
At Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Loon Kronish will par-
ticipate in the Federation Sabbath speaking on the subject
"C-DayA Day of Giving and Working."
According to an announcement by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
president of the Creator Miami Rabbinical Association, there
will be unanimous participation in the Federation Sabbath
by all synagogue* in the aret. Members of various congrega-
tions will be urged to serve as volunteers for a few hours in
the mass "C-Day" door-to-door drive on Sunday, Mar. 27, when
every Jewish family in Miami and Miami Beach will be visited
and asked for their gift to the CJA life-campaign.
Chairman of the "C-Day" drive in Miami Beach is Coun-
cilman Burnett Roth. Harry Gordon will direct the "C-Day"
campaign in the City of Miami.
Dr. Kurt Alexander Visits Miami lor Talks With Community
Spokesmen on Federal West German Indemnification Law
Miami Beach City Councilmen enroll as volunteers in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Shc--UP endorse the humanitarian fund drive which supports 55 ingtltunootv Hm Mcryot
Th
s!pir Proclaim.'^ Simday "Mclr~27""as""c Day." Seated" "(left to right) are Judge Harold
chn!t yor Shapiro.- Marcie Libennan and Lee Powell. Standing are Harold Turk, C Day
chaii
man, Burnett Roth and Bernard Frank.
Jewish Floridian Feature
Dr. Kurt Alexander was in Miami
this wee-k to discuss with local
leaders the problem of restitution
to individual victims of Nazism.
Officially, Dr. Alexander is admin-
istrator of the United Restitution
Organization an agency which
represents the cases of those who
are financially unable to pay for
legal aid in the process of seeking
indemnification from West Ger-
many and is entirely financed by
the Conference on Jewish Material
| Claims Against Germany.
During the course of his vi-it
Monday and Tuesday, the scholarly-
looking gentlemanwho received
his Doctor of Laws at the Univer-
sity of Heidelberg and practiced
1n Krefeld until the mid-thirties,
when he was imprisoned by the
Nazis in Dachaufilled a number
of appointments with individual
Miami claimants, lectured to local
Continued on Pago 16 B


-
rAGE 2
itmmitm Ex
Slated at
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ffot.iBfrirer Will Address
Rabbi Arie Bocher. spiritual
'fender of the Downtown hyna-
;ogae. will be fucat speaker at a
joint meeting of the three Golden
Age Clob* of the Greater Miami
Jewish Ciiinwif] Canter on Son-
Close to 300 older adults are ex-
P** to attend thUhJ..
whth will take piace
ter-, Beach Branch. 1536 B* *
Rabb, Becker, .ho ubJ%*]
world trareler. philosopher m\
tadent of hnman relation "
nhao* bis experiences with tw ?
dience.
t Iff TASTI THAT COUmtii*
jaaemttnc n uaimf Hn
taut tsut wans u
with XK lURau ir
3 to 4
but be repkn-
to
and garauh. Viekis
paddings
be nude by sub-
can of coarsely chop-
Manched
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Beef suet nuy be omitted and
ran vccetaate shortening snbsti-
ted Work the shortening in with
r dry inci i iln lit i before combin-
i with dned fruits etc
BROWN KASHE
lean*!
(Mr CMVCflCrS A
Miasai M Ti
L'HF c-vc-.erter-antenna awtana-
tioas hare now joined the groan of
coaanodities available on time pur-
chase M a result of a transaction
"Hupieted this week by Ralph C
Powell of Storer Broadcasting Co.
and Hennon L Watson of Sun In-
Testment Corp.. Miami
Under the plan oce-chancel
'elevuion sets can now be modern-
had all four national
on tune payments, as low
n monthly, over a
.-'xl of 12 raor.-
ouncement of the plan has
been mailed to approximately 300
TV service dealers in Dade and
*rd CoaaHei Ir believed
(feat M.a.T.i is the first city in the
try where time payment fi-
Bf ha- been offered generai-
reievuion service men
thought that this plan will
the increased demand for
television set conversion, due to
the recent advent of additional f all-
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1 cup heated fruit juice
'orange or grapefruit
t cup good brandy or sherry
4 egg. -eparated
1 S cups chopped beef -net
cup diced citron
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nutmeg, cinnamon, closes and gin-
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died fruits, dried fruits, cracker
crumbs and the Bran Mix well
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Beat eggs separately and stir in
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Add well chopped uncooked beef
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and set the filled cans in pans of
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WfrTaaj VwaTwfi
NEW YORKThree prominent
' Jewish educators have been named
I to jadge the sixth annual passover
creatire writing contest, according
.to an anaoaneement by Stephen
Hem. presdent of Bartons Bon
'boaniere. the candy firm which
the annual educational
is so Hmptiwy. A tatty, nvrritiogt t,
replace men! for pototoei, rict, J
beons, ond other sida-dishts. J
Protein-rich fast forfeiting! tl
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ptaavdl cam to* ct*i and tuoomu I
LEVIHSON
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M N.W. afct* STMECT
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The judges are Dr Joseph Ka-
minetsky. director of Torah I'me-
sarah. Dr Isaac Lewin, principal
of Central Yeshiva High School for
Girls. Yestuva University; and Rab-
*bi Leonard Rosenfeld. director of
the Department of Yeshivoth. Jew-
ish Education Committee of New
York
Fir* prize is a tnp to Israel for
, two via El Al Israel Airlines and a
1 two-week stay at a deluxe Tel Aw
hotel. There are 12 other prize
awards to the national winners.
The contest is open to children
, between eight and 16 years of age.
who attend all-day Jewish schools.
Hebrew schools and synagogue
' Sunday schools. Contest informa-
tion is available through religious
schools or any Barton's shop The
contest closes Apr. 5.
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Loan Association
Reelects Schwartz
Continued from Peg* 1 B
the board of directors of Congrega-
,nal Bch Kl. is treasurer of the
ffi Lodge Koieht^, of Py^3,
S vice presided ol he W|
Rehevolent Association and a fnem-
EEt Ml. Sinai LWofbdtfWK
I lows He serves as welfare chair-
l man of the goodwill Non-Sectarian
I 'harity Gt&ff of North Miami and
I ii a "charter member. Schwartz is
I affiliated ith many other philan-
I tfcropic groups and is now serving
I.chairman of the Greater Miami
lehevra Kariisha.
I Newly elected officers who will
H installed include Max Rappa-
Iflort. first vice president; Mrs. An-
loji Black, .second vice presindent;
Mrs. V. Bernstein, third vice pres-
ident; Max Mintzer, treasurer; Leo
9stcr, financial secretary; and Mrs.
8a Ochs, corresponding secretary.
, Board of directors are Mrs. I.
fendell, Mrs. G. Indgin, Mr. and
Urt H. Jiam, M. Redlick, Mrs. A
Rosenberg, S, Siegel, Mr. and Mrs.
,. Weintraub and Mrs. R. Sakowitz.
Oscar Rappaport, local attorney,
frflUxr toasrmaster for the evening.
Sidney H. Palmer will act as in-
stalling officer. Dj. S. f- Swirsky,
abbi of Congregation Beth, El, will
e principal speaker, while Rabbi
.oseph Rackovsky, of Beth Tfilah
Congregation, will supervise the
Golden Book of Life. ^,
Musicai numbers will be ren-
dered by Cantor and Mrs. Fishel
l.utoan, of -Congregation Beth El.
Amnnfl> guests of honor will be
r Abe Anmoyltz, Mayor of the
X .of Miami, and Hon. Harold
Shapiro.- Major of the City of Mi-
(miTBeaeh.,
Mbnis.'Eckhaus is in charge of
eS6JdtfxKFB& T
Dietary laws fo be Aired
At Beth ff Forum
Jewish 1n sponsored by the Beth El Hebrew
Academy will meet Tuesday eve-
ning, Mar. 22, at 500 SW 17th ave.
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky's
topic for the evening will be "A
Scientific Mid R*Hg&us Approach
to Dietary'haWs."
Question and answer period will
follow. Henry Weiss is chairman of
the forum committee.
Mermaid luncheon' Slated
At Beth David Tuesday
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
a 'mermaid luncheon" on Tuesday
noon, Mar. 26, in Beth David audi-
torium.
Chairman are the Mesdames
David Parnes, Max Jacobson and
Sidney Pozen. Fashion show will
be by Barbara Jane Shop, *
Committee assisting includes the
Mesdames Irwin Sirkin, Nathan
Davidow, Sam Badaaes, Morris Ra-
binowitz, Meyer Foftr,. Nathan
Spiegleman, Richard Jferold, Hy-
man Abramowitz, Sidney Kaplan,
Max Bergman, Abe Cohen and
Bert Sher. -
Club Representatives to Meet
A saftball representatives' meet-
ng for teen-age boys' clubs who
nil participate in the Greater
iliami Jewish Community Center
Joftball intramurals will be held
Monday evening, Mar: 21, at 466
p\V 16 ave.
The league will, begin on April.
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over radio station WGBS Sunday
morning, Mar. 19; at TJ:15 a.m. Rab-
bi Chill's topic will be "Being an
Author of Life."
Democracy book covers are presented to the pupils of Biscayne Elementary School, Miami
Beach, at the annual "Sports Through Brotherhood" program sponsored by the North Shore
Lodge B'nai B'rith. The program each year is dedicated to the memory of Samuel E. Wein-
feld and is presented by the Lodge's Samuel E. Weinfeld Memorial Fund. Shown above are
(left to right) Willie Pastrano, well known boxer; Frank McDonald, ail-American end of the
University of Miami; Jack Lasry, recreation director. North Shore Recreation Center, Miami
Beach; Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida Regional director, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith;
Chris Dundee, Miami Beach boxing promoter; Mrs. Dorothy Sponder, music teacher, Biscayne
Elementary School; Mrs. Samuel E. Weinfeld; Irving Rudd, public relations director, Brooklyn
Dodgers; Mrs. Eleanor Greenberg, teacher, Biscayne Elementary School and ADL chairman.
North Shore B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter; Leo Steinman, chairman of the program and
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Levenson. North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith. Front row are students of Biscayne Elementary
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THE WORLD OF SPORTS
Hank is Now on Business End of Baseball
By BILL WOLF
JTA
There's a story behind the recent
signing of a contract with the In-
dians by Larry Dobya story in-
volving Hank Greenberg. Cleve-
land manager, and Harold Gold-
stein, secretary of the club
Greenberg. once a ball player
but now a front office man. is in
the position of bargaining with the
players on salaries His position,
one of a business outlook, is to
try to get the players to sign at
the salary that will bite into the
club's profits as little as possible
Hence the stories recently that
C.reenherg was irked by the large
number of holdouts who were still
demanding more pay before put-
ting their signature on contracts
for the coining season. Such was
fhe situation when the Indians set
up their training camp at Tucson.
Arizona.
One of the key Cleveland play-
'ers, of course, is Larry Doby. He
didnt want to accept the terms
offered, and it is reported that he
and Greenberg hassled over the
f.cures for a good while. Hank
then allegedly told Doby to go
! home because he didn't want play-
:er> in the training camp without
! signed contract*
Doby. all set to go. went to see
': Harold Goldstein. The two men
1 known each other very well Gold-
stein had a talk' about the whole
! thing with Doby. and the outcome
Iwm that Doby agreed to sign the
I contract. The reported figure was
'some S30.000. described as the
terms that Hank Greenberg had
of tered.

Baskeiball is normally an excit-
' ing game. But when it is spiced
with some expert scorer> who can
thrill a crowd by making basket
after basket, then the game takes
on added color.
\dolph Schayes. one of the best
pro basketball players in the busi
turned in an exciting per-
formance in a recent contest be-
' tween Syracuse and the Knicks
Thanks to Schayes' snapshooting.
Svracuse managed to squeeze
through with a 105-102 victory, a
score close enough for anyone's
nerv.s In all. Dolph tallied 31
point-
In the game that was on the
same twin bill that night. Max Zas-
lof.-ky also turned in a good scor-
iing performance to help Fort
Wayne defeat the Boston Celtics.
It wasn't a- impressive as the work
of Schayes. but Max dropped in 18
I much needed points to lead his
team on tallies for the game.
AT TUE MOYiES
:
jack Benny Arrives
First and Last to Leave
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD Literally hun-
dreds of thousands of people have
seen Jack Benny do his CBS Sun-
day evening radio show in the huge
iditonum in Columbia Square
from which he broadcasts each
week. Millions upon millions more
have heard these shows
that's no exaggeration.
Jack Benney Program" has been
No. 1 in the radio listening parade
for almost as long as it's been on
the air.
But comparatively few have wit-
nessed the script rehearsal for one
of these >mj*s
Balzer and John Tackaberry Since
it's al.-o imperative that Don Wil-
son be present, the room is over-
crowded as is.
Jack is always the first to arrive
at the rehearsal. If it's tailed at
10:15 am., he's there at 10. He's
a casual dresser on these occa-
sions, but not a sloppy one: Even
and on warm days, he wears a suit or
for the | sports jacket Immediately upon
his arrival, he takes his place at
the head of the table, surrounds
his famous blue eyes with horn-
rimmed glasses and starts going
through the script. He's a great
fan of his writers (they've been
with him over a dozen years now)
BARUCH SPINOZA AND WESTERN DEMOCRACY. By Joseph Djnnir
140 pp. Naw York: Philosophical Library. $3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
IN THESE days of re-evaluation, shifting heroes and (ailing idols
it is refreshing to come across a treatise written not for its owe sake
but for ours. Dr. Joseph Dunner, chairman of the Department of Po!
litical Science at Grinnel-College, in this book effectively argues for
Spinoza's place as a forerunner of modern democratic principle
Spinoza., when he was excommunicated in 1656 for "horrible
heresies."' was. undoubtedly a victim of his own age of anxiety, Car.
tainly it is true that, as. VH. Dunner writes, it was "not Judaism as a way.
of life and a dynamic* cfvtHzation" which he rejected, but thestrkfc
dogmatism inaugurated by Maimonides which spurred the bub-far
Orthodox Judaism. Like,Elisha beh Avuyah, Spinoza was t*e kind-of.
thinker wlio footed 'aboye and below," and this sort of quest iom-g will
always be alien to any' orthodox belief, Judaism included.

THEREFORE AS a Jew, Spinoza retained many facets of Juiaistic
teachings in bis scheme of thought. For instance, the idea of the .ten'
"Kmanantipns" of God from the Zohar is traceable in his "Ethics-^**
cerning God and of th* Nature and Origin of the Mind." Therefore alas,
as an independent thinker, is Spinoza's conclusion of the fallibility t
the prophets. Noticing that the prophecies apt .written with "great d* 1
similarity^W-sfyle,^ ftomV ttilrtvated, some rude, he decided, that: I
prophecy.dUd .opt endow the prophets with more learning "but left them
with their former opinions, and that we are, therefore, not at all bound
to trust them in matters of intellect."
This is not necessarily true, by the wag. Exhibited in that passage
is the fallacy of nbn sequitura fact which Spinoza, whose own philo-
sophical system is formulated with the rigidity of Euclidean cenieuj; ]
would certainly deplore.
In rejecting the mind-body duality of Descartes, Spinoza "ar^Me*
the pitfall of eventual scepticism. Truth, he said, is "the criterion of
itself." Thus if an idea is false, it is that it is fragmentary: more
knowledge can correct it. It is from this metaphysical basis that Spinoza
deducts his whole moral system. It is, I believe, quite obvious that
this one fundamental alone should be sufficient to rank Spinoza as a
pioneer in democracy, having as its corollaries, as it logically most.
the concepts of free inquiry, free thought, and government which allows
the maximum in individual attainment. ; it
There are two good reasons for '. d he chuckles constantly at the
this. The rehearsals are not open!laugh lines they've written,
to the public, and. since they are | By the time he's gone through
held in a small, almost barren room | it once, the rest of the cast has
in which is arranged a long table assembled, usually in this order:
surrounded by chairs and nothing producer, writers, the cast and the
else, there is room for only the
members of the cast and the other
necessary personnel, which means
producer Hilliard Marks (Jack's
brother-in-law i and writers Sam
Perrin. Milt Josef sberg. George
more or less regulars like Mel
Blanc. All take their places around \
the table and get down to the work
at hand. Each has his special place,
[established over the period of
; years. Producer Marks sits at the
OFF THE RECORD
Mendelssohn's Destiny
And Power of Heredity
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Arts
Mendelssohn, needed no such re-
minding rods. His grandfather had
It is said of the famous pianist **" ,h,e Mses Mendelssohn,
and composer Anton Rubjnstein most of whose discip.es and chi-
that his first awareness of Jewish- dren ,ook ,he baptismal road. Fel-
ness was one of the most dramatic
moments ip his life.
He had been out promenading
on a cool evening when he was
lured by an intriguing melody. Be-
fore long he was to stand in awe
at the threshold of a synagogue
where the worshippers stood bound
ix himself was born in the Chris-
tian faith, his father having taken
the step to church door under the
impact of the emancipation con-
cept sired by Moses Mendelssohn,
who died a devout Jew some-three
years before the French Revolu-
tion, but who had been forewarn-
ed by his opponents that his teach-
in unison as by enchantment. It .
wfc Yom Kippur eve. Anton Rubin-1 !"*? *?"!?,.**}?. *P*L]
Jack
. m won* days a tail
other end of the table opposite
Jack. The writers arrange them-
selves inconspicuously in the back-
ground.
There is little if any playing
around. Even through the first re-
hearsal. Benny is on, playing the
Benny he' has made famous on
radio. He doesn't breeze through
it, but reads it as though it were
going out on the air.
He will make asides once in a
while when a particular line strikes
him as being hilarious. Or when
he comes to a clinker, a bomb,
he'll stop, and in a gentle voice
ask the writers if maybe it couldn't
be changed a bit to make it a bet-
ter laugh. He never raises his
voice, nor does he ever criticize.
After the first rehearsal, there's
a break while the writers make
changes, then the cast reads
through it again. Two readings
usually do it fine, then they all
exit to the studio for the final
rehearsal before going on air.
The first to arrive. Jack Benny
is also the last to leave, and he
always gets every ounce of fun he
can out of the show.

According to Milton Berle. a
Russian Jew in Moscow reported
to the police that his parrot was
missing. He was asked whether
the parrot talked. "Yes," replied
the Jew, "but any political opin-
ions he expresses are strictly his
own."
DR. DUNNER notes that every society which has demanded tea-
formity, thwarting its creative thinkers, has perished, citing Athens,
Spain and Hitler Germany as examples. It appears to be a lav of his-
tory, he says, that such a society "will in the end be doomed to theJ|
very' mediocrity which it tries to enforce among its members." McGacM
thy-ites take notice, pleaseif I may be permitted a blatant bit of
editorializing.
Although far from irrefutable, often disappointingly circular a
his reasoning, Spinoza, both in his life and his philosophy. >tid fa .
the very precepts for which we are now fighting, even in our on
country. His legacy for the twentieth century, and for the people who
are still his, is rich indeed.
PERSONALITIES iN PANORAMA
Great Men Shun What
Appears to be Complex
was not only aware of the apostasy
in his family; he often felt the
sting of relatives who remained
steadfast in faith
But had the artist ever given
pause to his Jewish roots in his
, works? There is division of opin-
great. yet its emotional impact __ ,u, u l.
.,_ ... ion on this score, even though two
upon this stranger in the sanctum .____;.:' ___ ;, 5.
...V. .,,. k-----Tld^ifa. o. of hls compositions are called Mos-
es and Elija. Yet his Jewish ante-
stein the musician was not unfa-
miliar with the Kol Nidre melody.
But now it had a strange quality,
not alone of plaintiveness, but of
distance, as an echo. It was a sim-
ple tune, by the standards of the
was vast beyond explanation. Rare-
ly had he been so moved even by
the masters he so masterly inter-
preted on piano keys. Silently he
made his way home, little realiz
cedence must have troubled him.
What would Mendelssohn have
given the world had he been spar-
VLTZLZ V ,Z 'JZZJUZ *< the conflict in heritage? Olin
tag perhaps at the moment thati^^ {he nQted music8criUc of
the New York Times, has some in-
this musical experience was to lead
him to a reexamination of his past
and discovery of his true lineage,
though it is amazing how he could
have escaped up to that time such
a reminding rod as the name Rubin-
stein.
..A atilt greater composer, Felix
teresting opinions on the subject.
This Christian gentleman believes
there is "good reason to wonder as
to the heights that he might have
attained through a stronger affir-
mation of his heredity."
Alaart Hastate
... simplicity itidl
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
Albert Einstein has never quite
understood the fuss made about
him. Only 12 men. he said, on his
first arrival in America, under-
stood his relativity theory. Why
then all the talk about him? All
of us know that somehow many of
the previous conceptions of the
world have been changed as a re-
[ suit of Einstein. We all know that
' he is at the heart of all of this
atomic business.
Y fails to comprehend all the hubbub
about him. For essentially he is
a simple mana man who makes
|:simplicity almost a cult. He likes
simplicity so much that he uses
plain soap for shaving, that he will
wear no socks. All superfluities
are taboo.
I am reminded of the iW Louis
D Brandeis who, had something of
the same simplicity. Brandeis
made millions out of his law prac-
nCtLbut never had an automobile.
Robert Szold. former president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, once told me that for years,
he received almost daily a letter
from Brandeis about Palestine mat-
ters. They were never typed, al-
ways written by hand. In some
others such practices might, he
thought, be penny pinching. But
Brandeis was always giving away
money. ^
Einstein explains his own be-
havior by saying that he doesn't
want to complicate life. Just imag-
ine this from the author of the
relativity theory and various other
equally revolutionary theories
which to the layman appear of the
utmost complexity.
Yet It is a fact that even in his (
theories, Einstein is ever seeking
to simplify, to reduce the secrets
of the complex cosmos to a '
equations which may be written -J
on a single page.
The vein of simplicity w<
through Einstein's whole *
When he was a youngster of ft
or six, his father gave him a can
pass for a present The chiM *
impressed by the magnet and E*
steins whole life has been spent
in studying the same thin,; whirt
fascinated him thenthe principle
of magnetism, in which he find"
clue to the universe.
Our whole industrial liia *"
been changed by some of his P*
tions. A host of inventions, tagiar*
machinery of all kinds ha**"'"'?*
up as a result of his wort ret ^
stein himself is not a U*?T!.
worker. His tool is the stoP**
of all toolsa pencil. Son* *
years ago, newspapers earned P
tures of Thomas Edison {"*
laboratory, in his shirt a*"*
with his .collar off, bent **%
machine, in a shop which sU*"]j,,
disorder and even cn* *
iant the way Einstein w*,
sits by a neat desk, in qu ^
working with nothing bu< "
pencil! -**<
Thai pencil seems to *"",
e nan Albert Einstein-***'*
the man Albert
sthapttcity.


jrIDAY. MARCH 18, 1955
i i
+Jenisii Her Ulan
South Florida Eye
Men Elect Officers
r soUrl C. Garvin. of Miami,
w,|t.k.1lpn-:irfentgf the South-
(..,s, ,'),iriil:i lion
,r tlic co-mint
pjjjRtfto Terrace "hotel.
year BtThjji
Ip 111 III
A Miami eye specialist for more
than 13 vears. Dr. Garvin is cur-
rently third vice president of the
Florida State Optometric Associa-
tion He is also completing a term
as vice president of the local area
croup and is a former director.
Named first vice president of
SFOA was Dr. Robert Tanner,
South Miami, secretary of the
group for the past three years. Sec-
ond vice president for the coming
vear wl be Dr. Frederick Berg-
Ban, Miami Beach, while Dr. Stan-
ley Kromm, Miami Shores, will be
third vice president.
New secretary will be Dr. Stan-
ley W.illman, Hialeah. Others are
Dr. Nathan Friedman, Miami
Springs, treasurer; Dr. Harry En-
gle, Miami, sgt-at-arms.
New directors elected are Drs.
Norman Brown, North Miami; Ma-
son W Pace, Miami; and David
Hendel. Miami Beach. Dr: John
Lexow, of Miami Springs, is a
holdover director, while Dr. S. G.
Schneider, of Miami Beach, retir-
ing president, automatically be-
comes a director.
Installation will be April 4.
Come Director in Tampa
To Moke Program Study
Mrs. Herbert Silver, co-director
of (amp Osceola for boys and girls
in Horseshoe. N.C.. is in Tampa
this week attending the Florida
Education Association convention
in session there.
Mrs. Silver is making a study of
progressive recreational program-
ming in camps today;
She is accompanied by Mrs. Nate
I Silverman. kindergarten teacher in
I the South Beach Elementary
School
The Silvers reside at 7536 Buca-
i nr ave., Treasure Island.
Budding Thespians are the Temple Emanu-El
portrayed the story of Purim before a large au
congregation. Rabbi Irving Lehrman congratu
row seated (left to right) are Jenifer Rand, Neil
Lehrman, Gerrilyn Gross, Renee Levie. Martin
Second row, standing (left to right) are Jimmy
Arlene Schler, Lois Goldstein, Robin Hirsch, D
ker, Leonard Feldman, Carol Feldman, Vivian
and directed by Mrs. Leo Brandeis, nursery sc
nursery school tots, aged 3 to 5, who last week
dience of parents and other members of the
lates the children at the last curtain call. First
Finkelstein, Leonard Paul Finkelstein, Andrew
Fried. Mindy Friedman and Sherlyn Ledina.
Lehrman, David Abelow. Michele De Vorkin,
ahlia Abramowitz. Jamie Robinson, Debbie Bris-
Lee and Eileen Kester. The play was written
hool instructor.
luncheon Plans Aired
Meeting of the Greater Miami
Alumni Chapter of Delta Phi Ep-
silon was held on Monday evening.
Mar. 14. hi the home of Mrs. Ray-
mond Chislmg. 1082 Venetian Way.
Members made final plans for
a lurchi ut, Co)Mon show on Mar.
l!' al the Algiers hotel.
Beverage Commissioner Will
Be Guest at Cocktails
Carl Gardner, newly appointed
State Beverage Commissioner for
Broward and Dade Countries, will
be guest of honor at a cocktail
party sponsored by prominent
members of the restaurant indus-
try.
According to Sam J. Heiman,
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, the social event will be
held on Thursday, Mar. 24, from
3 to 5 p.m., at Fan & Bill's restau-
rant.
Tribute will also be paid to prom-
inent attorney Louis Shapiro, who
is well-known as owner of several
restaurants in the Miami Beach
area.
Gardner is a pioneer resident
and has long been known for his
interest and personal activity in
civic and community affairs.
Queen to be Chosen
Beth Emeth Sunday school chil-
dren will hold a belated Purim
party on Sunday, March. 20. High-
light will be the election of a
Queen Esther.
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A Marine Corps spokesman this
week announced that a Woman
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being organized, offering young
women of the Miami area an op-
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But that's only one of the marvelous
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|Beth Sholom to
Fete Rabbi Kronish
I school of Temple Beth Sholom
t honor spiritual leader Rabb,
Knn Kronish at a luncheon in the
Kuet hall on Wednesday. Mar
E, according to an announcement
L Mrs. Sol S. Pine, P.T.A. presi-
The P.T.A. and the religious
krhool are honoring our Rabbi in
lecngnition of his ten years of de-
loled service and outstanding lead-
ership at Beth Sholom." Mrs. Pine
Lid "At the luncheon, we will de-
licate a new section of our Tem-
|le Library to be known as the
on Kronish Library on Human
(elation*.'
I "We felt that this was a fitting
Ly to pay tribute to our Rabbi,
Ince through his work in the field
f human relations and his rabbini-
Bl counselling among our congre-
Jants. he has made a most impor-
[int contribution to the commu-
itv"
jfoilis Rinchart, president of the
lade County Council on Commu-
Ity Relations, of which Rabbi Kro-
Ish is a county-wide representa-
Tvc. will be speaker at the lunch-
L, and Miss Bertha Aldrich, lib-
krian of the Miami Beach Public
ibrary, will dedicate the nV lib-
pry section.
xcrctse Club Resumes Here
I The "Over 40" business and pro-
tssional men's exercise group be-
ns activity in the Greater Miami
fcwish Community Center gymna-
um at 450 SW 16th ave., on Mon-
h evening, March. 28. The group
nil meet each Monday and Thurs-
py at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10
n. for light calisthenics, medi-
ae ball, sports and steam-room.
PAGE 7 E
Rabbi Um CrMita
Five-Year Dream Ends
At Gables Dedication
Wednesday, Mar. 23, Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop will dedicate the new
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sister-
hood Youth Lounge, at a silver
tea.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker. Officers of the Sis-
terhood will act as hostesses. Mrs.
Sol Halpert is chairman.
Weekly Saturday night dances
will be held in the new lounge, a
sisterhood project of five years
standing.
Forum in Gables Monday
Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah
will present a forum on American
and Israel affairs Monday evening,
Mar. 21, at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Fink. American affairs coordina
tory of the Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, and Rev. Edward W.
Ullrich, Pastor of the Robertson
Memorial Evangelical and Reform-
ed Church, will be speakers.
Speedy Passover Delicacy
BBW5 ,E.LLY 9OLL for holiday week entertaining can be
C\vZu m"?ut? w>U Horowitz-Margareten Passover Sponge
ltrld?imlx'J*!wSt boon for time-Pressed cooks observing cherished
over u?i I modern convenience. Delicious as snack with Pass-
dinner; 6r other J^everaies, or perfect for dessert at family
. -r, >___ JELLY-NUTROLLv
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*^*r $*one Cake Mix/' I cup HorovutUrtauwoUit
; 2! W*- R Raspberry Smti
" cold ??* Juice' ., cup shrtMM rrewrwcoaut
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_.."'Paper and ei-oa. th<> hnimm Xnu, rw Hand beit Tm. i *c Jul^e ana Br*a orange rind to the tgg'yoik'.
Itnixme Vonha fmy' A** ,he cn*ents of the package gradually.
[beaten Pp?,,Sl?".tlyuntil the batter is smooth. Carefully fold
I Pan BaKV*... mto tne vlk mixture. Pour into the prepared
cke out J2L *5 mmutes. Loosen the edges and immediately turn
FrefX nrT, l^el sPrwkled heavily with sugar. Quickly but
MPoons on ikL he Paper- Spread the jam, saving out 2 table-*
I001" about i iWarm,cake- Ro" "P and wrap in the towel until
2 tablesnftni"5 -0"r' Unwrap. spread the top with the remaining
poom of jam and apriSkle with coconut.'
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*WURG MANAGEMENT IS YO
Community Relations Council
Member to Speak Friday
Members of Sharet Chapter,
B nai B'nth Young Women, will ob-
serve Friday evening services at
an Oneg Shabbat in the home of
Ileane Hornstein, 421 Luenga ave
Coral Gables, Florida.
Nestor Morales, local attorney
and member of the Dade County
Council of Community Relations,
will be guest speaker. Co for this affair are Arline Imber and
Sylda Botwin.
WANTED
CANTOR FOR
PASSOVER
WtlTI IOX 588, MIAMI BEACH

facial Atttntio- to All
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Dirtory laws strictly observed
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atmosphere of charm
mmi culture
For Resorvations Phone UN 64131
Sisterhood Meets Tuesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation will hold a meet-
ing on Tuesday afternoon, Mar. 22.
it was announced by Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer, president.
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' Phone for Reservations 5-6651 S-4907
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Cantor Joseph Malik
For Rei-erva/ions: Mr. Fisher, JE 8-7811
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Miami Beach
last East of Alton Rood
Reservations: Ph. 5-6517
M.-rh.r Diners' Cbfc
For your pleasure we have engaged the well known
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Who will delight you with his melodious voice at our
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OUK HOTU IS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS KASNRUTH
WE USE ONLY -,SO DK^: MEAT
which it undtr the supervision of the
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For Reservations and prices calf
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Oar kitchen if under personal supervision of
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PAGE 6 B
SSSL^Si^rm,
Religious, Civic
Groups Promise
'C-Day' Support
Synagogues, centers, clubs and (
national organ nations arc leading |
their support in the mass volun-
teer recruitment program for "C-
Day." H has been disclosed by Mi-
ami Beach chairman Burnett Roth
and Miami chairman Harry Gor-
don.
Addressing a radio audience or.
Station WM1E on Sunday. Roth
a>ked Greater Miami la >e: aside
Sunday. Mar 27. as -Community
Day either to give or work in be-
hali of the CIA. He pointed out
that it was The responsibility of
every Jewish family to assume part
of the burden of supporting our
own Jewish institutions in Greater
Miami and to strengthen Israel and
Jewish life overseas"
In the meantime, organization
bulletins and publications in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach have been
reprinting the CIA call for volun-
teers entitled: Stand Up and Be
Counted"
Roth estimated it would take
over 2.500 "C-Day" volunteers to
contact the many thousands of new
contributors now residing in the
Greater Miami area Persons wish-
ing to work on C-Dar" are asked
to call the Federation office. JE-8-
4331. and ask for Lois Dobrin.
**fi Pre-tDay'Parties
*' Slated in Area
bihi
A novel mefheq1 eMostructiag
volunteer* in pfcpatMlieBi for the
Combined Jewish Appeal all-dajr
drive ha* been instituted 4*re,--
t cording to Sam J. Beiaua. CIA
I chairman
Miami chairman Harry Cordon
add Mumi Beach chairman Burnett j
Roth, who will direct the 'C-Day" |
door-to-door effort on Sunday. Mar
RECENT
IN MUMI AJ
Recent births in ttJei
ami area include the folio.^.'
Anthony, son of Mr *S*u i
Leslie Ahrenholz. 290 ^ '
^eten Louise, daughter o|
Sondra Joyce, daughter
and Mrs. Norman CM^tVinJam
1V*>
>r*l
NE 12th ave.
Mark, son of Mr
27.T.H he new method -painless I ^^J?^ *ff
instruction." According to the | *TZf^-: !0l t*
*mJ
Gary Lee. son of Mr an4 iT.l
Alton Abrams. 1133 VW 117th3
Burt Lee. son of Mr. and Mr* L
Abe Rubenstein. 28W) NW \^i\
Roberta Pat. daughter of Mr u
Mrs. Harry Grossman, ion AluJ
rd.
Barbara, daughter of xr n
Mrs. Seymour Schwartz, I04g
5th ave.
Hioleah-Miami Swings leaders helped coordinate their
own "C-Day" an Sunday. Mar. 6. in behalf oi the Combined
Jewish Appeal are Raymond Lord. Rabbi Malcolm Sparer,
of the Hialeah Jewish Center. Abraham Fraidhn and Dr. Nath-
an Friedman.
Executives to Meet Sunday
"
'Merchants Week'
Scheduled Mar. 21
-on Lincoln Road and
-.:-...-. j! M.aari Beech *.'. par
rte in this year's Combined
Jewish Appeal in a concentrated
rt to help the t
goal of $700,000
jii Sam J Hei-
-eek said. that, for the
:.ed solic
iill be set into action during
the week "I Mar 21 through 25.
vdl the object of saturation cov-
of the entire Lincoln rd.
i> announce a
and co-chairman for this
fnve-within-a-drree." The
period will be proclaimed "Miami
Be^ch Retail Merchants Week" by
Mayor Harold Shapiro and receive
tl sanction of the City Council
of Miarr.i Beach.
Merchants in other :hopp.r.g
areas will be contacted by squads
-:: -- aaaer the direction of
Artie Kravitz. a CIA campaign
Mce chairman According to Kra-
vitt, it is expected that manpower
hew squads will be recruited
from the Men's Apparel Club of
A regular meeting of the execu-
tive committee of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation has been
called for Tuesday evening. Mar
22. in the Pan American room of
the Biscayne Terrace hotel in Mi-
ami Executive director. Dr Benja-
min B. Rosenberg has advised that
the meeting mill take up matters
of crucial importance to the com-
munity and urges all members to
attend
Winter Resident
Will Head Drive
Jack Carner. chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Winter
Residents Division, has named
prominent Beach citizens to head
drives in six communities,
Carner maintains permanent
re.-idence in Rye. .\'ew York, and
spends moi of the winter season
at his Miami Beach home at 6455
Pinetree Drive Circle He head- a
large construction business and is
known for his long-time record of
community service in his home
state The main thoroughfare in
Bye a- named Carner blvd in his
honor
Carner has named David M Abel
and Jack C. Stein as co-chairmen of
Bay Harbor, with Benjamin Kane
M honorary chairman.
Named as chairmen of Biscayne
Point and Stillwater are William
Six Amateurs Score
At Westview Club
Six amateur golfers were win-
ners in the Westview pro-amateur
golf tournament last week sponsor-
ed by the Combined Jewish Appeal
Sharing top prize were Dave
Fleeman. John Serbin. Mike
. Kratze. Bill Wemtraub. Art Eng-
land and David Phillip*
Sam Snead broke the Westview
'Country' Club course record, shoot-
ine a 65 in the pro-am tournament
Snead. who finished in a five way
tie for the pro-am title, dropped in
j birdies on the second, third. 14th.
' 15th and 16th holes He came home
with a 32. after touring the first
nine in 33.
Snead combined separately with
i Arthur England and Mike Kratze
. for two net 62s in the pro-am tour-
ney that attracted 16 pros and 48
Mill III I
The tournament was directed by
Westview pro Ross Sobol and fea-
tured play by 14 of the
plan. Mime 35 hosts throughout the
two cities have agreed to sponsor
CJA home parties on Wednesday
exening. March 23. calling together
volunteers who reside In the im-
mediate neighborhood.
The assembled workers will hear
| brief radio addresses by Combined
Jewuh Appeal leaders, receive
their "C-Day" instructions and
spend a social evening learning Mark Une Mn oi Ur
more about then- team-mates with Jack Freeman ^ sw 13th'
whom they will work on Mar. 27. Valerie Beth, daughter A
In Miami Beach the following and M Harold Au.-laader 1
hosts have informed Roth they will ; SVy eBth ave.
sponsor parties for workers living ; Dona Jan. daughter of 1L-
in their area: Mrs. Moms Homg- Mrs. Walter Fas-binder j
baum. Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. > Greenwood dr.
. Morris Goldin. Mrs. Harry Robin. Barbara Esther, daughter of
Herbert Shapiro. Alexander Ko-; ad Mrs. Herbert Brock. I
gan and. Mrs. Lena Miatzes.
"C-Day" parties m Miami, ac-
cording to Gordon, have been
scheduled at the following homes:
Mrs, Paul Sobol. Mrs. Oscar Zelt-
zer. Dr Samuel Gertman. Judge
and Mrs. Milton Friedman. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Wasman. Louis Sch-
wartzman. Mrs. Max Handshu. Mrs.
L Gerstein. Mrs. Jean Rockfort.
Mrs. Pearl Comis. Mr. and Mrs. M.
J Kopelwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Lefcourt
CJA Women's Division Maps
Plans for Annual Program
Members of the Women's Divi-
sion permanent volunteer commit-
tee have called their first meeting
for Friday. Mar. 18. it has been an-
nounced by Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff. chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Women's Division.
A group of key workers will
nation's i meet at the home of Mrs Arthur
Miami This group has called an or-; house Clemen Ehrlich and Maurice
ganization breakfast meeting for Young will direct campaign activi-
Sunday morning. Mar 13. at the ties as co-chairmen in ITeasure
Federation office. I-iar.d. and Philip Schoenberg is
Merchants Week' ha> been set chairman of Surfside. A chairman
to precede "C-Day" on Sunday, for Normandy 1st e will be
Mar 27. at which time over 2.000 nounced shortly. Carner stated.
-nteers will comb Miami and
h residential areas
Baal
best golfers. Combined Jewish Ap-
peal chairman Sam J Heiman ex-
pres-ed his satisfaction uith the
outcome of "CJA Day at West-
view."
It is expected that, in view of the
interest shown, the tournament
may become an annual event. The
"27" trophy will remain on perma-
nent display at Westview. bearing
the names of this year's winners.
Heiman announced
Blechman and Dr J A. Green
group has already reached $225.-
000. which is 30 percent ahead of
last year's contributions in this
division.
"I firmly believe that the win-
an- tfr resident in Miami Beach has a
i real civic responsibility to this
A quota of $300,000 highest in community whose benefit- he en-
Miami Beach residential areas in all CJA history, has been accepted 1 joys said Carner
effort to reach this by the Winter Residents Division, meeting of his
campaign goal of SI.350.000 I nder earner's direction, the | men this week
Burrell. 526 West 50th st Miami
Beach, at 11 a.m. The group will
map plans for establishing a per-
manent, year-round volunteers
group to serve the programs em-
braced by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in this area.
addres.-ing a |
community chair-
Religious School Students
! Porticipfffb in CJA Drive
Delegates representing some 20
Hebrew schools will meet at a
breakfast rally on Sunday morning.
Mar. 27. at the Bureau of Jewish
Education as part of the mass "C-
Day" effort in support of the Com-1
bined Jewuh Appeal.
Announcement of Greater Miami
youth participation in the "C-Day" I
program was made by Louis Sen- {
wartzman. executive director of t
the Bureau.
Delegates will report on a city-
widc solicitation program which I
ha- been in progress in the school* ,
fur the pa-t three weeks. Herbert '
Bergcr. of the Bureau, has an-
North Waterway dr
Barbara Ellen, daughter if
and Mrs. Sam Matz, 8690 $1
ter.
Sidney. Bsn of Mr and Mrs.
Barnett. 2924 SW 27th ave
Ellen Sue, daughter of Mr
Mrs. Burton Turk. 4760 SWTtk
Betsy Joyce, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Harold Finn. 6831 SW K
Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Wi
Julius Jan. 25.
Son born to Mr and Mr I
than Rolle Jan. 25
Daughter born to Mr and
Irving Eichenbaum Jan 26
Son born to Mr. and Mrs 0
Kamrner Jan. 26.
Daughter born to Mr. aac
Jerry Garner Jan 27
Daughter bom to Mr aac
Henry Mond Jan. 29
Daughter born to Mr. aai
Marwell Wejsberg Jan 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Newton Greenblatt Jan 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Samuel Seligman Jan. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Irving Lemlich Jan. 29
Daughter born to Mr and
Jonas Katz Jan. 29.
Daughter born to Mr and
Morton Edelstein Jan. 31.
Daughter bom to Mr and B
William Goldstein Feb 1.
Son bora to Mr. and Mr?
Shapiro Feb. 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Donald Bernard Feb. 3.
Daughter bom to Mr and
Irvin Caplan Feb. 4.
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs 1
Hipsman Feb. 8.
Daughter born to Mr and
Harold Davison Feb 8.
Daughter born to Mr icd
Bernard Boss Feb. 8.
Daughter bom to Mr. and
j Melvin Richardson Feb. 10
Daughter bom to Mr and
Harry Harfenist Feb. 13.
Daughter bom to Mr. and J
Akiba Bernstein Feb 13.
Daughter born to Mr and
Samuel Waldman Feb. 14.
Daughter bom to Or aM
Jack Kartub Feb. 14.
' I
nounced a classroom competition
in c!:>- c- which hive 100 per cent
participatloa In the CJA drive m. -_-_j
will receive sparial award- II1S fO Be Heara
as of all contributors are en Fa* 52 DflrlCe Here
tered in special Youth Division m
'' '' liepUjp in all class- Miss Emily Hern:,:: pr"*"
roomi tne 52 Association I <,r*at^J
Hebrew kbooI students in tha 0I ** ***** g"J
Greater Miami area are doing- their i6* held on Sun(la> "
share in bring-in? the storv of the Saxony hotel.
Combined Jewish Appeal to their' A" arrangements for in? c
friends and to thur own parents.' donor dance to t
evening. Mar. 27.
ber, will be discu i
xplained by Berger Dunng evening. Mar. 27.
the week of March 21
held Si!
at the Bed
T push of the Combined Jewnsh Appeal on Sunday. Mar. 27. Telling "C Day" chairman HonS
Gordon (third from right! exactly how they intend to cover Miami in the do tow \
T ^^ *" M? *?PPZ>- ^ Nate Spiegelman. Joseph N^noSg M^!
Nuxenberg. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs. M. Burstein. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer and Oscar Zelt'ti?
to 25. all
oj and gtrla regiatarad in Miami
tra Miami Beach Hebrew schools
will receive special identification
tags.
In addition to this program alert-
ing residents to the importance of
giving on "CDay," the Bureau is
again issuing a "CJA Fuu Book"
containing stories, photographs,
puzzles and general information on
he major role played by boys and
girls in the annual humanitarian
1 drive.
The 52 Journal
which
principal means 1 ra,^J* ojaj
to carry on the work of 5Z w,
completed at that time.
According to Frank
chairman of the journal, t*
nal will be the largest -
tory of the organization.^
Find HtmH be Aird
Norman Bruce Brown '
will meet oa Wednesday
Mar 23 at the Republic"
Mar. as, ^ r_;u hr
Final arrangement wiH
for a rummage sale to
27.
held I


r.MABggjy=i=
of Council
,b Available
L edition of Parent-Teacher
Nation Council News publish-
tSe Council of P.TA/s and
C Miami i*:^.^^;
an-nng the PT.A.'s of all
according to announce-
I by Matilda H. Ratner, Bureau
Ident.
Lncil includes descrip-
Inf the four fold program of
Jities of the P.T.A. Council an
I, 0n parent-teacher relation-
Tan article on future activities
Ls Morris Yanowitz. editor,
(news of the P.T.A. at Beth
L (oral liables Jewish Center.
Kle Center, North Dade Jew-
ijnter. Northshore Jewish Cen-
remple Beth Sholom and Tem-
ftnanu-El.
tjcers of the Council include
[Benjamin Greene, president;
Samuel Beckman, Mrs. Max
Hshu and Mrs. Morris Yanowitz,
presidents; Mrs. Monroe
Jlfman. secretary; and Mrs. B.
ibric, treasurer.
|n articles for the paper were
Vibuted by Mrs. Rose Schrei-
| president of the P.T.A. of
David; Mrs. Samuel Beckman,
e, Firemen to Install
svolent Ass'n Officers
j Captain Hubert H. Albritton
|be installed as president of the
ni Beach Police and Firemen's
fcvolent Association in cere-
is Sunday evening. Mar. 20,
Ee Miami Beach Kennel Club.
so to be installed, following
keek's annual election, are De-
lve George Green, vice presi-
I, and Fire Captain William M.
ir. secretary-treasurer. .
kecutive board members for the
fe Department are Patrolmen
Kn Schuler and George Zoller;
|the Fire Department, Captain
. Fontanella and Engineman S.
pnterberg.
cted to serve as representa-
; for the Police Department on
death benefit board are Patrol-
Henry Hallman and Earl Wil-
p, and for the Fire Department,
J. Perdew.
bptam Albritton has been with
(.Miami Beach Fire Department
I IK! years and lives with his
on Miami Beach.
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THE TERCENTENARY "STORY
Coyrlbt. 1M4. by AMIm* J*VMi Tnt
23. A Regular 'FronthaH't
ID 111..-..-.-- ...,,n,*-r r.^. in*y*
TexrUy AKfrtL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO
%rlYa*/r** ClYlL WAR.
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*T THMBSHeST Of COMfeOeRATC
AUTH
JO/NED THe SOUTHEAHIERG AMD '
WAS ssvvr ro use's *a"my/n
HORTHCRM V/mo/NtA PlpttNS
rue F/6tmN6AT*porrfM.vAWA-
-HB MXCELLeO /A/ BKAVRY,
u.^JP7*.0^ Ar -BiOOOY ANGJ.e* ANP
m^aLfUTAT'ON "*S ^UCH ^Mr a TM/9M
roirweKOiUM gecAMB: "a KeaulAR fxo/ythall / -
president of the P.T.A. of Coral
Gables Jewish Center; Mrs. Sol
Koenigsberg, of the Israelite Cen-
Mrs. Sylvia Jacoby, of Northside
Jewish Center; Mrs. Morris Yano-
witz, of Temple Beth Sholom; and
ter; Mrs. Monroe Schiffman, of|Mrs. Henry Hillman and Mrs.
the North Dade Jewish Center; Aaron Booxbaum, of Temple
Emann-El.
Council of P.T.A. is now sponsor-
ing the inter-school Tercentenary
Pageant to be held on Apr. 17 at
Flamingo Park, with participation
of all Jewish schools of Greater
Miami and is preparing its closing
workshop for May 2 and 3 to be
held at the Beth David Congrega-
sons Sponsor Blood Bonk,
|ibiscus Lod^e, F. & A. M., spon-
its traditional blood bank
sday. Goal of the affair was 50
fte program, held at Hibicus
pitorium, was chaired by Dr.
rk B. Cirlin, who introduced
1st speaker Dr. Maurice Lev,
I of the research department at
lint Sinai Hospital,
lubject of Dr. Lev's talk was
ogress in Medicine."
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I^^AY^MARCHij
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
met Subject of
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TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER wJl Hold Friday
eee~ng aiiicej at 8 38 pas_ web
Rabbi Abraham Hmw WftuMC al vace
Caato Albert Glass will mill the the Ftxay of the
marital portage of tbe liturgy actf Brill wiB
wiu be gnea speaker inai services are at RJO am.
Mrs. Jack Remark
wil be hosts at tbe One* Shabeac temple EMAMU-EL aa] kpU
foUowm*. Saturday services are at Friday evening services at 8-30 pJU-
9 is Rabbi Bersaa will dtscwss riaiitni tibbata servme* are at
-The Art of lliai aim Lafe.' 5 pm. Rabat Brnag Lenrmaa 9I
{reach aa tbe tapir To be a Jew
TEMPLE SINAI af OiRl i ii il A Sacred Ri ajiaiibiTilj Tbe
win baM tare Friday e*emag er- MM f] be adkmtd to Feder-
tees at 830 pa Jtnkatd Ha- rmc "iHnh Saa 3 Besanaa.
Subject af a by Rabbi Paid irmzsk AaneaL wajbrag greet-
aad SoamaR- Caator Jaaph Maieh J T r------------' "- '
wiH cbaat tbe Marey. tammd by brarc Sarrrday aaaraag services
tbe cbaar under tbe da-eeooa (< nl 4 ibe seraaa based oa
Bee Madeeha lltihnui Oae tbe Weekly Purtmn Daily
Sbabba wil be paaiarH by Mr are a the chapel a f a ta
aad Mrs. Joseph Wilihum a boa- mg aad (U ai tbe maaa
or af Max Roaafl Satarday ana- Harry *a>iWil Miami ca-
ne semees are at 9 Daaasd. saa RETN JACOR CONGREGATION ^j^ -^ ;nini will oc-
see nu Si.-
errrves are at 9 a.
wiB baM Friday eweaang servstes
Dany.*atm
ACADEMY wife
Friday e*e it. serv-ares at tR _
Sarsrday nuraaag atine-* are at 9
Rabat AJexaader Grass ail dts-
cass tbe Weekly PartNa of tbe
Lav Maeeha at 5 M rat. fa*--
aatd by Sbiiar f radar DaQy Serv-
ian ma he TJR aa ma %M
- f^atm BBraMai nvBaa
Can die lighting Time
A*ar 34 AM> sum.
:.;v _l T7-' -' ~-*re:"
Israei rvorisade Center dur-
^z Fr.aoa Baaajmj RRtMMRRa
M=z. :i Autacr of TJndnr
Sewage Sees, Scaonhral
al dacaaa Tewah Cc=*>
Twy.a j? A=rjcn=; h>oe-
Travtkr$ 4nf M
tftw Officers Mmmri
I
Mrs. M A Whitney, of 3618 Pal
manto st.. Coral GaWes. has been
elected presideat of tbe board of
Travelers Aid Society of Miaaai.
it was aaoouoced this week. Mrs.
Whitney succeeds Mrs. Lyna W.
.Hhekhel. who had held the posi
tasc for the past 18 saoatha.
Travelers Aid. a aaeaaber afeno
of tbe Dade County Coaaaaaaity
Chest, employs a trained staff to
assist travelers and aew arrivals
with the many problems dae to
aaovmc Services rendered by the
Society in 1RM showed a 25 per
cent gam orer 1963.
Aaaonc those help by Travelers
Aid are the aed. runaways, new-
aer childrea traveling alone
aad those who. because of inexperi-
. race or emotional and physical in-
capacity, an in need of assistance.
Elected to serve with Mrs. Whit-
ney are John G. Thompson, first
vice presideat: Mrs. John M Mont
eomery. second Tire prtnnint. T.
V Moore HL treasurer, and Mrs.
Stanley F Whitman, secretary
New members elected to tbe
board of directors are Edwin L.
Carpenter. John A Dey. Mrs. Wil-
hasa D. Loaf. Georce- K. Smart and
Wtaton M Wncht
Ew-r-Mw?
IraeU Cantor Fuhel !.""
id a concert on Sunday L-fl
Mar 27. at Beth O. He W^"
i Proceeds of the Mar j
f ,or.* 1 hosp,ui ,-
salem. Israel. '
numerous munca pro.P7
tl^R^out the Greater^'
siaee hu recent arm* hen,'
arfdiattoa with Beth FJ.
nWd fmdtHin A^ikkk
YorTkJ^r.Sf1SeJ0{ *
Tont boteL has made the tad
the Asaerican Fnends of thi
brew University, for all 0f m,
led activities, according ti
Oida Rubin. presKlent c
group.
CNESCTN ISRAEL CONOREGA- _*" Subject af a
p.at jafdaj naraaag sernces are
at R3 Rabbi S. T Swanky will
preach oa the uaar Audaotj of
Faeth' Caator Fatnei 1 wjH
... Sf
. .. .-i .
tbe far
partaaas of the btwrgy Ctaat a rmbiNn wsB be at 5
Class at Tilmil h at S3* pa., pun. Diuaa i of the Zabar by
arvev Rabbi Sausky Mmws at a.
Seu- '
MIAMI HERREW SCHOOL AMD
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
BETH TFLAM CONOR EGA eresuac services at 6 pa. Satur-
T*ON wul baM Friday eveaaag day awe mag services are M RJR.
servrves M C.15 pa. Satarday MkhaeL saa of Mr. aad Mrs. Albert
uraaag semces are at RJR Rabbi Rmtshici. wi3 become Bar Mm
NORTH DADE JtTWEH CEV f^T***??2^ ** eMv Cantor Berese KeJemer will
E 3 v- a mil- rv- 'm* *"" ^Nth and Material- reader the musical portions af tbe
he btargy Class m Mtshna b m 4 JO
pa. Di_T serencm :: be M 7 30
aaflaand by Snaln; Scunay a ana-6 a tbe eveaicg.
naare wdR^naat Cav m* *""* Da**Ir arnres are a
.."_ ~ ~ i-- :* | am* i TEMPLE SRASL : MMnM nfl
fnxe are at a Rabat Okanra e*^m m ^a*B>*a Taesdaj a baM Friday evening iame a
.......I____L_ <** Stanley My
nil hahf erv presadna of the Greater Miami
htmft CrnwfarR Smrrss
At tbe weekly luntheoa
rf Maau Beach Lodge. Baa B nth.
Taciday aaaa a the Di Lido
boteL Hon. Grady Crawford,
of the Circuit Court of Bade
was guest speaker. His
adaject was -The Job of the
to the
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Lodge pry tident.
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>AY,MARCHJfL!9iL

A Vice President Challenges Arabs
To Settle Problems Via Peace Table
lh-it Israel, wants i*""*1 rH*(titton ncMth M-'-.
:l n*14orton J. Robbins, vice bil Reda, an Egyptian engineer. Dr.
it or the Zionist Organiza- Robbins took issue with Reda who
i, challenged the asserted the only way to peace in
i rtate publicly j the Middle East is to stop further
~=
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PAGE 11 B
[ident of
0f America.
count ric
willingness to
Ud.tnlerencc table to work
[ ,nu tor Arab-Israel o>f-
Kbbiiw <* at Miami
Ltation WCiBS this week in a
sit down
pper Unveiling
, dedication of a monument
. memory of the late Karohna
* formerly of 1459 NW 2nd
[VJ take Place Sunday, Mar.
at 2 Mi-, '> the Jewish tSec"
BfVowltayn Park Cemetery.
V Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiat-
Mrs Pepper ia survived oy
! (ather, Mose, and a brother,
Led Arrangements are in
te of Palmers Miami Monu-
Lt Company Friends and rela-
are" *e* to attend.
isiricm Unveiling
he dedication of a monument to
Jewish immigration to Israel.
"Where shall the Jewish refu-
gees go?" asked Dr. Robbins. "Who
will guarantee that they will be
able to practice their faith with-
out interference or persecution?"
asked Dr. Robbins.
Dr. Robbins accused Egypt of
trying to dominate the Arab states.
by using Lsrael as a scape goat.
"While Israel wants peace, and
is ready to negotiate a peace settle-
ment, Israel will never agree to
sacrifice her downtrodden people,"
Dr. Robbins said.
In an earlier ceremony at City
Hall, Dr. Robbins was presented
with the keys to the city by Miami
Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro.
Meanwhile, a partial list of the
committee arranging the Zionist
Organization testimonial dinner for
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was an-
nounced by Dr. Morris Goodman,
Greater Miami chairman.
Israel ambassador to the United
Imnrv of the late Sol S. Aus-1 States. Abba Eban. will be princi-
tenerk of 260 Jefferson Pal speaker at the affair, which
\ il take place Sunday. Mar. I will be held Apr. 2 at the Fontaine-
lii'.m itMi Sinai Memorial bleau hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish,
,,,'., with Rabbi Jonah [of Temple Beth Sholom. will also
I Mr. Austrian is be a speaker. ____.
Jivedty I"- wife. Mae; father,'
yi daagi'.tcr. Miss iris; and Scheer Unveiling .
' tors, Mrs Marian Waller
of Miami Beach, and Mrs.
ie Flitt. o! Bronx. N.Y. Ar-
tements are in charge of Pal-
fQatai Monument Company.
tr.ds and relatives are asked to
Unveiling
hf dedication of a monument to
memory f the late Joseph
|, formerly of 4881 SW 5th st,
! take place Sunday. Mar. 20, at
p.m., on the Workmen's Cir-
Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial
h Cemetery. Mr. Kay is sur-
]ed by his wife, Fannie, and a
her. Sam Kannoff, of New
rk He was a member of Branch
692 of Workmen's Circle.
itc Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Edward
Scheer, formerly of 2110 SW 21st
st., owner of Edward.s Department
Store in Allapattah, will take place
Sunday, Mar. 20. 1:30 p.m., at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, with Dr. Joseph
Narot officiating. Mr. Scheer is
survived by his wife, Rosamund;
a daughter, Mrs. Myra Samuels, of
Miami; four sisters. Miss Frieda
Scheer, of Miami; Mrs. Ro6e Wilen-
sky, Mrs. Sarah Rashis and Mrs.
Edith Horowitz, all of Chicago; and
two grandchildren. Mr. Scheer was
a member of the James Cornell
Lodge. F. A A. M., Mahi Temple,
Miami Grotto, Elks Lodge, B'nai
B'rith and Temple Israel. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Haskes Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Samuel Has-
kes, formerly of 1741 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach, will take place Sun-
day, Mar. 20, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel
Lehrer officiating. Mr. Haskes is
survived by his wife. Jessie; two
daughters. Mr. Sylvia Salter. of
Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs. Gertrude
Mallory, of San Antonia. Tex.; one
son. Michael of Phoenix. Ariz., and
his father, Morris Haskes. of Brook-
lyn. Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Members of the arrangement committee currently planning the
April testimonial of the Zionist Organization of America to
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader, in-
cludes (standing) S. E. Schwartz, Joe Rose, Miss Hannah Stein,
Herbert R. Linick and Seymour B. Liebman. Seated are Sidney
Ansin, Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman, and Morris Simon.
he dedication of a monument
I the memory of the late Jack
(to. formerly of 1416 Euclid ave.H
take place Sunday, Mar. 20,
p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
rk Cemetery, with Rabbi Henry
I i. of North Dade Jewish
pittr. officiating. Jack Lato is
ived by hi; wife, Eva; two sons,
iey and Seymour, of Chicago;
Itr.rex sisters, Mrs. Rose Schein-
of tiorih Miami, and Mrs.
He abatoti and Mrs. Sarah
H< -, both of New York. Arrange-
'l are in charge of Palmer's
a^ i Monument Company.
Iier.ds and relatives are asked to
per.d.
to Unveiling
[The dedication of a monument
I the ciemory of the late Harry
I o, formerly of 1416 Euclid ave.,
|" 'ake place Sunday, Mar. 20,
Pm at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Cemetery, with Rabbi Henry
PJK*. of North Dade Jewish
""."'ciating. Harry Lato is
P'ved by two sons. Jack of New
!" and Mortimer, of California;
|0 three sisters, Mrs. Rose Schein-
Kt r,h Miami- Mrs Bertie
|woff and Mrs. Sarah Lester,
k\n u"* V"rk Arrangements
Ll .arKC "f Palmer's Miami
rues a^ed to attend.
Brown Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Annie
Brown, formerly of 2332 SW 19th
st.. will take place Sunday. Mar. 20,
10 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating.
Mrs. Brown is survived by her hus-
band, Arthur. Arrangements are in
charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Zwig Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ida M.
Zwig, formerly of 120 SW 31st ct.,
will take place Sunday, Mar. 20,
2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Simon April officiating.
Mrs. Zwig is survived by her hus-
band, Robert; a son, Edward; her
mother, Mrs. Frieda Kahn, of De-
troit; two brotheYs, Kernel and Al-
bert Kahn, both of Detroit; and a
sister, Mrs. Grace Zeff. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
No .Unveiling
Rhe mi0**0" of a monument
Llo ZTl l the late Glady*
PurTfr r?uke piace sun-
lnet.rv \2 pm- at Mt. Nebo
B?otti(.r,,hRabbiJosePhRack-
M5Kg ""Yasloissur-
Wment! husband' fcMore. Ar-
P MUmi^ 'n Charge of P'-
bead "'atives are asked to
Markowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abe
Markowitz, formerly of 717 NE
17th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., will
take place Sunday, Mar. 20, 11
a.m., at Evergreen Cemetery, Ft.
Lauderdale. with Rabbi M. Bamson
officiating. Mr. Markowitz is sur-
vived by his wife. Ida; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Abe Tarler, of Ft. Lau-
derdale; Mrs. Sam Wolfson. of
Jacksonville. Fla.; and three broth-
ers. Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend. 1 ft '
Haber Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
E. Haber. formerly of 1673 Bay rd..
was held on Wednesday, Mar. 16,10
a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery. Mr. Haber is survived
by his wife. Amelia. Arrangements
were in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company.
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Philip Salmon, Miami Beach attorney and chairman of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist luncheon club, introduces Lt Col.
Morton J. Robbins (seated right), vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America, at a recent meeting here. Looking
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+Jtni FRIDAY,
MARCH 18';
GLOBAL SHORTS
Arabs Described by Official as
Living in 'Twelfth Century'
u k&HINGTON (JTA>- A State
i (Uncial said here th.it
V : : :.\ tlpl I-r.ifl could
hem in a military showdown
and made known that it ffH hi^
opinion that Israel probably could.
Richard H. Sanger. chief public af-
fair advisor to Assistant Secretary
of State George V. Allen, told the
Middle East Institute th it I-i.u-!
holds the military upper hand be-
cause it is more technically ad-
\anced than the Arabs, many of
whom he described as still living
in the "Twelfth Century.'"
Allies Released More Than
90 Percent of Nazi Criminals
BONN' (\VNS> All but 315 of
the 3.657 Nazi war criminal^ who
were jailed five years ago have
been released by the three Western
Allies, the United States. Great
Britain and France, according to
an announcement made this week
by the Bonn Government. The low-
er House of Parliament was told by
State Secretary Walter Hallstein
that 158 are being held in war
crimes jails in Germany and the
remainder in jails abroad.
Brandeis Professor Gets
Grant for Cancer Research
U U.THAM. Mass. Nati
. c.inctr Institute oi the United
States Public Health Ser\ .c- Nil
awarded a three year grant of S28.
500 to Dr. Orne Friedman, ol Bran-
: Diversity, for research on th?
syntheses of new cytotoxic
An Assistant Professor of Chem-
istry at the university. Dr. Fried-
man is actively engaged in re-
search related to the cancer prob-
lem. His work on the isolation of
enzymes is being presently sup-
ported by a grant from the Amer-
ican Cancer Society Massachusetts
Division.
Rabbi Sues Kate Sheet
Publisher for Libelous Remark
NEWARK (WNS> Mar. 14 was
f-ot by the New Jersey State ,
Supreme Court as the opening date
ot a libel suit brought by Rabbi !
Joachim Prinz of this city against
Conde McGinley, publisher of the
anti Semitic sheet "Common
Sense."' Dr Prinz charges he was
libelled in 1952 when "Common
Sense" described him as a "'red I
rabbi who ua> put out of Ger- j
many because of his revolutionary
and communistic activities."
Biennial Convention of
National Council Slated
NEW YORK Biennial conven-
tion of the National Council of
Jewish Women will be held Mar.
20 to 24 at the Hotel Roosevelt in
New Orleans. Mrs Irving M. Engel.
national president, announced here
this week.
Delegates from all parts of the
United States, representing 245
Council Sections with a total mem-
bership of 108.000. will participate
in the five-day proceedings. They
will determine the policies and
program of the organization and
elect officers for the next two
years.
U.S.-Sponsored University in
Israel Accepting Applications
NFW YORK Bar Ilan Qatar-
Hty the American University u
Israel, i- now accepting applica-
tions from prospective students
'he United States. Dr. Pinck-
: ChurgHI of New York City,
nate of the n e w
University, has announced.
new University, the first
sored and Ameri-
. Itemed universit) in i-r iel,
" 20 ;.t it. site near
it Gan. ili suburb of
Vviv, with undergraduate
1 u-ses to Bach lor of Arts
. il Bachelor oi Scii nee di
said
Qualifications for prospective
idents from the United States in-
.i hiah >thoni diploma .
working knowledge oi the Hebrew
to Dr Jekuth-
i< I Girifcburg. editor oi the world-
famous1 mathematics periodical,
- ipjta Mathematics." Dr. Gins-
burg has been named chairman of
the ci on admi* >i ms tnr
American studi
Mrs. Roosevelt Off to Israel
NEW YORKMrs Franklin D.
Roosevelt departed via Pan-Ameri-
can Airways last week on a 24-day
trip to Europe and Israel during
which she will inspect various phas-
es of welfare and resettlement ac
tivities financed by the United
Jewish Appeal, including the cur-
rent emergency transfer of Jews
from North African danger areas
to safety in Israel. Mrs. Roosevelt,
who is honorary chairman of the
non-sectarian community commit-
tee for the United Jewish Appeal
of Greater New York, will spend
nine days in Israel observing the
progress made since her first visit
in 1953
Visa Fees Waived
NEW YORK The Israel Con-
General here ami the Israel
rial Tourist office announced
Wednesday that an agreement has
bad between the United
and the I reel Governments
lees tor their respec-
tive national! as from Mar. 15. The
rrangement is the latest of a
series of new facilities now enjoy-
ed by the steadily growing number
>.; visitors Co land from the Unit-
ed St.
B'nai B'rith President
Leaves for European Tour
NEW YORKPhilip M. Klutz-
nick, president of B'nai B'rith. left
I p.....i iii.i. for London. This
v ill be his first stop on a six week
trip during which he will visit
L nai B'rith branches in France.
Denmark. Belgium. Holland. Swit-
?<, lac \ and i
Klutznick is scheduled to partici
in the United Nations Confer-
ence of Non-Governmental Organ-
os interested in Eradication
of Prejudice and Discrimination
which will be held in Geneva from
Mar. 31 to Apr. 4..
In Israel, "here he will arrive in
time for Passover, he will survey
the progress of B'nai B'rith col-
oniea and other programs, On Apr.
18, he will dedicate the B nai B'rith
sponsored Chain) Weizmann Re-
habilitation Center for laraeli war
veterans of the Tel-Ha homer Vet-
Hospital He will ;i!so con-
fer with Israel President Ben Zvi
and other government official
Bonds Make Good Start
Savings Bond sales in 1955 got
off to a sensational start in Florida
with almost a 30 percent gain over
the opening month of 1954," it
was reported this week by Harry
H. Bassett, Dude Count*1 Savings
Bonds committee chairman. "The
amount was $6,482,075," Bassett
said.
PERS0IAIIZE0 SERVICE
"AKT" "MAUXY" "MAT"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Phones 3-2244, 2-M52 840 S.W. Bth Street
fLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI'S MOSf BlAUTIfUL ItWISH FUNiRAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414
2W7 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI MITCHEtl JACOBY, M9r.
Special Kiddush was dedicated at Sabbath so
bers of the children's chorus under the direct
the Year" and Center music director. Rabbi ,M
to Berna Chasan, Barbara Fein, Mary Ellen Pi
man. Bobbie Horwitz, Patricia Simon, Roberta
cia Mack, Marvin Goldstein, Harriett Silversto
Gale. Barbara Cohen, Toby Grossman, Edward
back and Barbara Toback. Childrens' chorus
by Mrs. J. Weiss. _____
rvices of Coral Gables Jewish Center bj
ion of Robert Strassburg, Miami's "Com
orris Skop presented "Mit2vah Merit /
her, Barbara Forman, Janet Baron, Judyl
Fleishman. Renee Keller, Jay FinkelsteiL 1
ne, Annamarie Wechsler, Linda Rovin,
Lieberman, Howard Rosenberg. SlttA
is sponsored by the P.T.A. of the Center, I
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MABCH
18, 1955
*mrisb flrrirtton
Leoders
rt Gables Party
J to leaders in the nearly
"fund campaign of the
Nation of Greater Miami
ade over the week-end at a
narty at tnc home f 1 P rYr Marton M Halpern,
alonia ave.. Coral Gables.
40 persons, including
0f the association's exe-
[committce. witnessed the
..inn (if a service pin and
t of merit to Miss Vir-
trker Also singled out for
,s John C Mcdain. a stu-
ndsey Hopkins Vocational
. awarded service pins
. area coordinators: Mrs.
LLeen. Mrs Albert Graff,
pran Zinncr, Mrs. George
jajKj. Jes.-. Glance, and Mrs.
loh Discusses Rambam
flrioh Branch- of Farband
ently at Beth El Congrega-
td Irvin M. Sacks,
? Phe TGunBam as a Physi-
introduced
PAGE 13 A
Fjmil ParMtinsrhutt
Stated by fefcter Affiliates
"Let's Talk About Our Kids" was
the topic of the last of the cur-
rent season's Institute for Parents
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Nursery Schools on
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Irving Kushman and Dr. Sol-
omon Kann made up the par-
c-nt team at the Beach Branch
meeting at 1536 Bay rd. Mrs. Ben
P. Kazer and Eugene C. Dembek
were the parent team at the
Town Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.
Mrs. Phil Seligman and Alfred
Solomon spoke for the parents
at the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center, 50 N\V 51st pi.
YOUR INCOME TAX *
J. E. MARQUA
PREPARED
CORRECTLY
BY
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
Open 9
to 7:30 p.m.
7th AVE.
PHONE PL 90563
At the annual j
sity, M. J. KopeH
: AJumni of Washington Univer-
WehVaiscTMsses the second century-
convocation wish Mrs. Noiman Langfeld. secretary, and Gil-
bert J. Balkin, fte|c|ent-eIejHLf' ______________
ioard Announces Resumption of
late Coach Fares Nortrfon May 1
MIAMI TITLt
tOktmctCa
L. 30^ round-trip coach a greater number of attractive ajl-
lugurakd by Seaboard-Air expense package tsjips to vacation
lroad tor the summer
of
ists selecting Florida this coming
summer," said Ficht. 'including
round-trip travel with reserved
coach accommodation's on an over-
night streamliner, seven days arid
sfx nights at an ocean front hotel
at Miami Beach, with transfers
between the station and hotel in
Florida, for as low as $81.56 per
person, plus tax, between New
York and Miami "
"As part of our program to offer
budget priced v a c ation f an attractive service to our pa-
our patrons, we are re- trons while enroute, we are con-
tinuing our popular-priced meals
be reinstated by May 1
0 .announced W. J. Ficht.
general passenger agent
imenting. Fk-ht this week
we found the" low round-
fch fares very popular with
fists and others using our
|to and irpm Florida, and
because* of "-this, and our
continue the practice of
are operated between New York
and Florida, and the Silver Comet,
between .foew York and Atlanta
Birmingham, are staffed by spe-
cially trained personnel. The serv
ices of a registered nurse, a pas-
senger service agent and chair car
attendants are designed to contrib-
ute to the comfort and convenience
of Seaboard patrons.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
IN DADE COUNTY
TITLE INSURANCE
Title ln$uronce Policies of
Kansas City Tills Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus 4 Reserves
fiesta* $3,000,000
TELEPHONE 9-1892
Ithese fares.
ard's reduced coach fares
I effect that a person using
ecommudations on one of
!'s streamliners between
[ton and Miami can" do so
equivalent ol a ticket and
Based on 150 percent of the
[one-way coach rate, these
pll apply at all stations in
served by Seaboard for
between tho.-e points and
Bon. D. C. North of Wash-
coach fa rev will be propor-
lower when Seaboard's
coach (arcs are combined
\st applying north of Wash-
ddition. with the coopera-
Iravel agents, we will offer
MM Of IMMORTAL
moms roR we
JEWISH TRADE
IIW.K
' 2-Sf.ry Wfiffs lM*|
HURM0ND
[MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS $40.00
' Cimettry Chara ts
ilAR HOME SERVICE
r.n'd"",0 your h*-m "
Lu...J "ononiicat way
"WOOD TERMITES
ERADICATED
m TENT METHOD
RUlyHOLEN.
m ~
S41
826441
lACH-,7Alt.nlU.-i
i-3444
our
and effective May 1 the budget
minded traveler can enjoy dining
in our recently redecorated cars
for as little as 70c for breakfast.
$1.29 for luncheon and $1.35 for
dinner. Our Hospitality Hourthe
complimentary service of Florida
orange juice and coffee to our
streamliner patrons between three
and four o'clock every afternoon
will also be continued. This has
provided a welcome breaka cof-
fee break you might sayand has
contributed greatly to the pleasure
of travelers who have participated
in this social hour. Our services
are designed to make our patrons
feel their vacations begin the mo-
ment they step aboard our stream-
liners."
Seaboard's streamliners, the Sil-
ver Meteor and Silver Star which
WTy MAHISCHEWITZ has this EXTRA feature!
keeps your matzos
oven-crisp
in Honor of Passover
MAHISCHEWITZ
MATZOS WINE EGG MATZOS GEFILTE FISH BORSCHT SPONGE CAKE MIX
MAIN OFFICE
45 N.E.-First Avenue
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Dade Federal
JOSEPH M. UPTON, Fresident
TAMIAMI BRANCH
1901 S.W. Eighth Street .. BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
EDISON CENTER BRANCH WMMgyf .. o A*, to 12 noon Saturday, ... and
5797 N.W. Seventh Avenue ^^ office$ ^ op#fl FfJdoy$ from 0 A M ^ fl p M
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 each by tha Fed.ral
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. and EARN dividends twico .
a yaar tor you at the currant rare of 3% par annum. Open your account now I
RESOURCES EXCEED 70 MILLION DOLLARS e RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS


PAGE 14 B
Lm,uii flfrkfor
Evening Meeting
Honors Husbands
Meeting of the Greater Miami
Women"* \uxiliarv. Jewish Home
lor the Aged, will take place on
Tuesday night. Mar. 22. in the
Rubaivat room of the Algiers ho-
tel
Purpose of the meeting will be
to show husbands of members the
aims of HM Women's Auxiliary in
behalf of residents now at the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Nominations slate of officers u ill
be presented by Mrs Helen Spar-
ber. Program has been arranged
by Mrs. Louis Makovsky
WersHNM Slated in Talk
On Wednesday. Mar> 23. the Mi-
ami Beach Israel Zior.
will hold its regular luncheon at
the Raleigh hotel
Principal speaker will be Herman
national chairman of
the American Zionist Fund and
vice chairman of the national exe-
cutive committee.
- J.rnon will preside, and
Charles H Lee will review- the lat-
est news from Israel
Instruction School of Meeting
Sunshine Rebekan" Lodge will
meet on WaltlajJ evening, Mar. 22.
at 1828 Alton rd School of ins-true
tion will be held under the direc-
tion of District Deputy Loreta Bur-
dick. Presiding will be Noble Grand
Yetta Teitel.
Annev. feoeti' Scoeoofe.
The Vagabonds' annual benefit
for Boys' Town of Italy will be
held at the Fontainebleau hotel
on Saturday evening. Mar. 26. The
affair is sponsored by the South
Florida Boys' Town committee.
Guest of honor will be R. Rev.
Msgr John Carroll-Abbing, who
will come from Rome. Italy, for the
special occasion.
*eig Muff IfefNMitf Ci_
o AH-Doy WorfdJ
Southern Regional'o/
BnaiB'nth Young idll,r
an .11-d.y workshopS."*'
tra.ning institute n sl.?*-
20. at the M(>n,e Sftfl
Members of star, ciaratj
Landau and sharet cTiH
B-naiB-rith Young iojH
newly formed Young w*
ter will begin ,he *"}<
with a brunch at li ain F*
thiswUlbeaserieS6fWmS!i
Arrangements for u,e jf^J1
been carried out by council '
bers. led by Council prewj,.,
bara Greene and Sylda
workshop chairman.
Hail to Haym Solomon. The heroic Jew who financed the
American Revolution second from left! is one of the spotlighted
figures in Land of Liberty." Temple Emanu-LTs huge pageant
presented Sundcy morning in the Temple's main hall.
Children in this scene are .left to right) Revolutionary belle
Brv-a Kulok aged 6; Skippy Feiner as Haym Solomon. 8;
Marsha Captain 6. another belle; Michael Yunes. 5; Stephen
Cypen. 11; and drummer-boy Alan Rosenstrauch, 7. "Land of
L.berty" was sponsored by the Temple's P.T.A to herald the
Jewish Tercentenary here._________________________^__
WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHE
Monday thru Friday (Mar. 18-21)
mornTnc
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Cartoon Show
Manischewitz
Seals Freshness
Into Package
If ever you've tasted trait or
-. off the tre or just
oat of the ground, you know what
M peak freshness makes
in their flavorand how fleeting
that special quality can be
In matzos. too. peak freshness,
makes a difference There's a spe-
cial flaky cr. >pr.ess to Manische-
witM r_--..t.- Hata *hen they
come from the oven that's the re-
sult of the special Manischewitz
baking BkOland to capture that
quality for you. to give you the en-
joyment of Passover matzos that
taste as though they had just been
baked a moment ago. the B Mani-
schewitz Company brings tbem to
you in an exclusive inner wrap
that seals in peak c\en-fre>r
la- M Bra feature |
year a^
The special
ita rr.tr wrapactual-
rarate pr
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thai I
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throughout the Passover holiday.

of Manischewitz Passover I
now come- I -t-para'.e in-
ner-wrapped, sealed packet- Y m
open each as you need it: the rest
of your matzos. m their sealed in-
ner-wraps, retain their peak oven-
freshness indefinitely.
Foremost among these are
items as Manischewitz Passover
Borscht and Gefilte F;sh. Mani-
schewitz frozen-fresh and canned
poultry and meats, a wide assort-
ment of soups, pickles and condi-
ments, macaroons, candies and
canned fruits, as well as the popu-
lar Manischewitz Passover Sponge
Cake Mix. to mention but part of
the list-
In addition, this year for the first
time anywhere, the Manischewitz
Passover line takes special note of
the infants in your family with a
complete assortment of Manische-
witz Strained Kosher Baby Meats
Made exclusively of selected D. S.
Govern ment inspected kosher
meats, scientifically prepared for
maximum quality and digestibility.
Manischewitz Strained K o s her
Baby Meats include kosher beef,
veal. lamb, liver and beef heart
%11 of them kosher for Passover
and all of them approved by lead-
ing physicians ST.
Listen to
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Attention Home Owners
DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR HUNG AM1KATI0NS FOR
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
F10RIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING IY APRIL 1, 1955
If you have lest the renewal form mailed to yeu go to your nearest City He!'
Court House and file. There will be a deputy from the County Assessor's Off*
the following City Halls through the month of March at the times mdkole*
MIAMI BEACH-D.il
MIAMI SHOMS-i 4:30 p.m. T.id.r>
WIST MIAMI-9 12 Wt4toa*4toTS
SOUTH MIAMI-! 4:30 Wedaeulsys
NOtTM MIAMI-I:30 to 4:30 W.d.d.y,
MIAMI SPtlNOS-1 4:30 a.. Ta-rsatoy,
C<*Al GAtU$-AU soT EKh NMMMlr, TWrsttor mmi FrMay
NOtTM MIAMI MACN-AM d^ ^ rri-.y "^
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tY, MARCH 18, 1955
LEGAL N0TIC1
,kt ""V'/iV.Vo.unlv. Florida.
LrnN M. BEIOBt
2aIfoVARPlIc**
-%1er St.
Il-ll-ii
l^CE ^N|'LAFJtfCT,T,0U
rriCE 18 HCTBBT GIVEN that
,n urn -r the fictitious name of
".*?,." jF'NFItAl. IIOSPITA1, at
in lh Vtr-.-t. Miami. Florida.
BrwrwKMr ald nnn"' "."m1!!'
T^l th? Circuit Court of Dade
l^EWATER HOSPITAL* lC
j.tle owner
,,,-v ;KK>; < HI-KHIS
SSifor Edfewatsr Hoapital. Inc.
|KJ!|rli ..:il. Miami B4ch, Ha.
I-ll-S

LEGAL NOTICE
* lenlsti thrHttr
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by
(hi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34211A
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*.
To All Creditor* and All Peraonti Hav-
ing; Clalma or Demands Against Said
state:
You, and each of you, are her
notified and required to present
claim* and ssinanM srhjch jqu,
either of you, may have aKaltiiit .
estate of I.KA MARNOF/F, deceased
late of I>ade County. Florida, to the
Hon. FRANK UOWUNn, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
name In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Saiil claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented an afore-
said, or same will be barred Baa
.Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act
Date February 23. AD. 1953.
ARTHl'R 8ARNOFF.
An Kxecutor of the Last Will
nd Testament of
I..EA HAKNoFF, Deceased
SEYMOCR CF.LBEIt
Attorney for Arthur Sarnoff
3/4-11-18-25.
LEGAL NOTICi
IotiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
r""' NAME LAW
LtK'K IS HKREBY OIVKN that
Lnocrslsned. desiring to engage In
E. un.l.r the fictitious name of
Er TV SERVICE, at 5176 N.W
T alt'n th.- Clert of the Circuit
,. Dade County. Florida.
"*" i.oilis WETTER
|m\n BRETAM
try for Applicant
_ Racier St.
I- 3/4-11-18 _^___^_^__
IotiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
TICK l HEREBY GIVEN that
M-rigned. desiring to engage In
Cnis under the fictitious name of
Er rAFETFXIA, at Dade County.
intends to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sd County. Florida.
. AIRLINES CAFETERIA, INC.
SARD MITROFF
fn*yr for Applicants
,tr>eoln Rd.
3/4-11-1'
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
*ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OJ
RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
NTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 17SM7
[. SYLVESTER, Plaintiff.
J BYLVESTER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[VITA J SYIA'KSTER
|c o I.eah D*Elia
tffl Hudson lloiilevard
Jersv City, New Jersev
II, VITO J SYLVESTER, are
kv Butifieil that a Bill of Com-
for Divorce has been filed
1st you, and you are required to
Eft cf'py of your Answer or Plead-
In th Hill of Complaint on the
Jtilis Attorhey, NORMAN R.
V Olympia Building. Ml-
li:, Florida, and file the original
Ft or neailinp In the office of
rirk of the Circuit Court on or
in.- 2tth day of March. ISr.r..
'.*\\ to do so, judgment by de-
vil! be taken against you for
.relief demanded In the Bill of
JhJat
Is notice shall be published once
[week for four consecutive weeks
"IK JKW1SH FI.ORIDIAN.
XE AND nni'KRKD at Miami,
da. this list day of February.
E R I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By JOAN C"l'KNOYER.
liiit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
WAX R. LYONS
>ney f..r Plaintiff
plympia lliillding, Miami 32, Fla.
- l-ll-is
IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B
In Re: ESTATF7 OF
JACOB L. HAIKIMKKY. also
known as JACOB RADOMSKY.
a/k/a JACK RAIKiMKKY.
a/k/a JACOB RODOMHKY,
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS^
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby-
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JACOB Lu RADOMSKY, also
known a* JACOR RADOMSKY. a/k/a
Jack RADOMSKY tc, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the firm
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 733.1C of the
1945 Probate Act.
Date February 17. A.D. 1955.
HERBERT SHAPIRO.
As Administrator C.T.A.
of the estate of
JACOB U RADOMSKY etc.
lieceased.
BFTRICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Administrator. C.T.A.
2/25 J/4-11 IS
,., ,.NPTJCE TO CREDITORS
!N THE CDNTY JUDGES' COURT
ir, .*.? fOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34530-B
In Re: FIST AT F'. i >F'
SAMUEL 8ARSON. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
KstaV '" "*ln:",u Aajsinat Said
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified aiuf rwnslrad to uresent any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SAMVEL SASSONT deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judgea of Dade
County, and file the same in their of
Hee," '2 ,no County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal .ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will lie barred. .
Date March Sth, A_D. 1955.
BEN SIPKUJ
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
SAMCEL SASSON, Deceased
PHILIP V SALMON
Attorney for BXsCUtor
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
3/1I-1S-25 4/1
LEGAL WnCE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
INCERY. No. 176M2
IVENIA r.RlFFIN HALE.
Plaintiff,
IRQE MATTHEW HALE. .1 P. .
Li.-..- IVfendanl.
INOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ISV'RiiK \i vrriiKW hale, .nt
' Carolina
iiorififd that n Com-
I. vorce has been filed
nd Mm are required R>
r i-ni .,( \..in- Answer on the
Robert II Trnur-
il iPonl Building. Ml-
I fil, the orlrlnnl
U Office of the Clerk of
. ui on or before the
J" day of Mm-, h, 1MB, ..in. r-
! In said ComnUInt
[ ken as onfeasi .1 \ >vern yourself accordingly.
* l l' I i.i larjr 21. 19SR
E n I.EATHERMAN.
( lerk ..f t),p circuit Court
Ml M U' SToCKIN';
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ilTlri.- ,NAME LAW
Ju.j? HEREBY fJIVF.N that
B?*r1-' '<""lng to eniage I
B\" ,';',': ""' fictitious name r
lMtarrdQ ',"!S,' '" '"* S-W- Rl
L iTd' ''"'" '" register sal
B,
CE VNDEn FICTITIOUS
DTlnB. ,N*ME LAW
,,.,.. ^ HEREBY niVFTN that
mii.M:kI; K. casc.M.HK.n
! 'gJLDw I
Meant
fcl-jlfg*1" .s' Miami.
Fla.
I07'" NAK?I1 f CT.T.OU^
S^at-ifcCi, ",',d ,name 'h the
Hli- JU.IUU ( "url of '""'
'^- ""br^*0"". Owner
ling
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25239
RE: ESTATE OF
ji'LIa f: kf:llkr, also known as
JULIA ELIZABETH KICLLEK.
I>eceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL.
DISCHARGE
\'i IT1CE is hereby given that I have
filed inv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Fixecutor of the
estate of JlIJA E. KELLER, also
known as JI'LIA ELIZA RETH
KELLER deceased: and that on the
31st dav of March, 1935. will apply' to
the Honorable W. F\ BLANToN.
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge aa Executor of
the Estate of .H'LIA E. KELLER.
also known as JI'LIA ELIZABETH
KELLER, deceased
This :3rd dav of February, I9.i.>.
ELMER E KELLER
PALLOT. SILVER MI'LIA>Y
Attorneys for F:xecutor
701 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
3/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS IIKKKRY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COUNTY CAC. at 469 N.E. 25Jhi St..
Intends to register said nnjne with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''""">' KI"r"K,ClAHI. KENNE.-V
3/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ._,
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ''V,"'1""-,."'^;';,.','
VERTICAL I1LIVD CO (il Fl.f'U-
iha. g| lS-lsT-Ia N E. Mad m
Miami, intend to rei-ter said name
with the Clerk of h Circuit ouii of
Dad* County. Florida. .....
MAXWKI.I, I. WEISl:Elt<:
l,EONARD IIE1N
3, 11-18-25. 4 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS H^KEiCW(;iVFN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ,"".'
NYLON JKTERMINATORH. at 16U
Alton ltd.. Miami PM"t|lJn?fSfc ',
register said name with the clerk Of
the Circuit Court ot Dade County.
'''"rlrt- CHARLES TA1BL
LEONARD KA1.ISH
Attornev for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldg.
3/11-18-26 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under thn flclltloii*'fame ol
I'LAMINC.o Ml'SlC, at 8602 N.W. 22nd
Avenue, Intends to register said nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
l%d. County, ^'.'tEU ZAKZVCK I
max iv ENOEL, es Attorney for Flamingo Music
I 11-18-U 4/1
IN COUNTY JUDGtS^COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 29126-B
RE ESTATE OF ,, .
MORRIS DEI TSi'H. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herrbv given Hint I have
filed inv final report and petition tor
Final Discharge as \oinlll stratrlx Of
the estate ..f MORRIS I'F.i ;m '':
I; and that on the 1 ..th dav m
March. 1*55. I will apply ,''."";.''iv
orable FRANK II lKlVVLlNO. ">}>
JlKtoa of Dad.- County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
flnal discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of MORRIS DELTSJCH. do
'""his I6h ayT^N.EUDE'uTSCH
HAROLD SOLOMON
Attorney f..r Administratrix
2/25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177296
ETTA f'Ol'RTMAN HCIHTZ.MAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HARRY SCHL'TZMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY HCHI'TZMAN
251 Amboy Street.
Brooklyn, New York
You, HARRY SOHCTZMAN, 251
Amboy Street, Brooklyn, New York,
are hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorneys. MTERS. HEI-
MAN ft KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Uth day of April, 1955. Jf
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
in THE JF:WLSH FLORIBIAN.
IK)NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day of March. A.D.
K. II. I.EATHERMAN.
tlerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By JOAN COI'RNOYEU.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN KAI'LIN
Attorne-s for Plaintiff
50 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
3/II-18-25 4/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177422
HERMAN E. COOPER, r.aintiff.
vs.
EDNA MAR COOPER, Defen.Unt
SUIT 1UR DIVORCE
To: EDNA MAE COOPER
326 N. 12lh 8treet
l'lvi-nlx. Arlcona
You are hereby notified that a I'.ill
Of i omplaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are required
to isrve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M.
CAIN, 2518 West Fhtgler Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 18th day of April, 1955. If
you rail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you-for the re-
lief demanded In the Billot Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week ror rour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this loth day or March. A.D.
19".:..
F-.. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Curl.
liaile County, Florida
By M. C. ORBBN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorns) for Plaintiff
2518 W. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
3/18-25 4/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREI'.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BULLY'S BAR, (it 166 N.E. 54th St..
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
M. J. SULLIVAN
OERTRl'DE P. SI'LIJVAN
fHole Owners)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
2518 W. Flagler St.. Miami, Florida
3/18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIF:rf;BY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
E & J PACKAGE STORE, nt 7029
N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fin., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court or Dade County,
Plot-Ma.
MORRIS I) GOLDBERG (Sole Owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
JMS w Flagler St.. Miami, lla
I IS-SC 4/1-h
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SANTA BARBARA HOTEL APART-
MENTS, at 230 20th Street. Miami
Hearh, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade- County, Florida.
CA.NVII-LK REALTY OF
FLORIDA. INC.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMKK
Attorneys tor Canville Realty
of Florida. Inc.
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 178B14)
MOLLIE GINSBERG, Plaintiff
PHILIP GINSBERG. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PHILIP GINSBERG
1212 Pennsylvania Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint ror Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a Copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of ComptaJnt on
the plaintiffs Attorney, F'RF.df.RK k
A RESNICK. 16350 Blscayne Blvd.,
North Miami Reach, Fla.. P. O. Box
lL'X. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the offlcs of the ( lerk of
the Circuit Court on oi helore the
28th dav of Mar. h. I95J If vol. fail
,,, do bo, Judgment by default will be
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of omplaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH Fl.oHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. this 18 th day of F>l.ru.uy.
A I'. ISjJ. b I.ICATHEKMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
gy M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal. DgPUW C,er*
FREDERICK A. RESNICK
Attorney for Plaintiff
lS3(i Blscayne Blvd..
North Miami Beach. Fla.
P, o. Box 128
2'25 3/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1T74C3
AN.\f:MARIE VAZQUEZ, llalntlff.
vs.
HENRY A. VAZQUEZ, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: hf:nry a. vazqcf:z,
C/o Ablno Vasquex,
1216 Evergreen Avenue,
Bronx 72, New York.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for IHvorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS.
HKIMAN & KAPLAN, 650 Seybold
Huilding, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the Sth day of April, ISM.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND 0HDF:RF:D at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D.
1955.
f:. b. lf:athf:rman.
Clerk, Circuit Oourt,
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIO.V Hint
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name, of
LF: PARI8IEN
LE PARISIKN RESTAURANT
1 RANCAIS
at 474 41st Street. Miami Beach, in-
i. nds (.. register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LE PARISIF-.N. INC.
A Florida Corp.
THEODORE I. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
3/18-1'} 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CRKS-WAY CLEANERS A LAUN-
DERETTE, at 2732 S.W. 27th Ave..
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
HERMAN WFXSFUt
KESSLF-.R ft GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W. Flagler St.
3/18-23 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FREDELLE KiioTWKAIt, at 235 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I- lorida.
EVELYN Nl.'SSBAUM
MILTON NUSSHAl'M
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
505 Seybold Building
3/11-18-25 4/1 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFTN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BERNIE SAF'F'ER'S RESTAURANT,
at number 1310 N.E. 2nd Ave.. In the
citv of Miami, Florida, intends to IPS*-
later the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
'''"'.i'ack JILL CATERERS, INC.,
a Florida Corporation, Sole Owner
I! 4 -11 -1 IS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^OF
coSSVy* ,n'%a\2cDerJn. %?5
MARGARET FllANCIS. Plaintiff.
FABIAN G. F-RANCIS OeTendant.
*AB SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FABIAN G FRANCIS
You
hereby
plaint
316 W. Ill Street
x-.w York Cltv, New lurk
u FABIAN G FRANCIS. sN
"v notiried that a Bill of Com-
Divorce
..frice ot me .e.~
;i;r if "nn'tu7^dWKo; >onien
,v default will be taken ajalns <
for the relief demanded In the Bill ol
'"tY,! ""not Ice shall be *Mm*Jgj*
each week for four eonasoutlve weeks
PtSSST thfi ins W "' "m* A-D-
R B. I.KATI1KRMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
WM W. STOCKING.
Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ARTHUi: S I 'AVIS
Attornev fo, Plaintiff
74g Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
| l-U-IS-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 176328
MAROARET F BTEOER, Plaintiff,
MICHAEL i' BTEOER. Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TO: UICHAEL .l STEGER.
I lefendant
4 f:. Delevan A\enue
Buffalo. New York _. ..
Yd" WILL 1'l.EASE TAKE NO-
TICE that a Bill of Complaint for
[ilvor,-,- has been Bled against yu.
and vou are required to serve a cony
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaint Bfs
attorney, l. It. MAYERS, 1102-04 Con-
areas Building. Miami. Florida, ami
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 4th day
of April. IMS. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
fn THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
,h,s!ndd"E.nB^iXvTHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Oa.le County, Florida
B\ M. C. GREEN.
(SEAL) Deputy ( lerk
I It MAYERS
Attorney f.- Plaintirf ,,
1102-04 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida
3/4-11-D-2'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI TROPICAL F-LORA. at 2648
S.W. Nth Ijine. Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROBERT Q MAOEE (Sols owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2518 \V. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
8/4-11-18-25
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JewishKcrkMar,^
FRIDAY,
FORM* DACHAU MtlSONt* Hfltf
Indemnification Expert in Miami
To Meet With Leaders, Claimants
Continued from
claimants at a Monday evening
gathering on the entire Wiedergut-
machung program and held a work
shop Tuesday morning with mem-
ber* of Federation. Jewish Social
Sen-ice Bureau and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women on their role
in restitution assistance
Council is the Miami volunteer ag-
ency which participate^ in the ac-
tivity of the I'nited Restitution Or-
ganization office in New York
There are upward of 150 claim-
ants in the Greater Miami area,
according to Dr Alexander "Man>
Others," he explained "like in
num.r es throughout the
I'nited Stat t even know
ible What u. even
even
'ementao' Fed-
West Cerrr.sr. Ir.derr.r.ificatior.
Law expire* in September. 1955 "
Here in the I'cited States >ince
nder revealed that
h. New York office i- currently
processing more than 20.0CK
for that area, alone, with an addi-
tional 5.000 to 10.00 expected be-
fore September In all." he said,
the nation at large has close to
100.000 persons eligible to file lor
restitution." The claims expert ex-
plained that the spirit of the top
men in the government of Bonn is
favorable." But he added that Ger-
! man officials who actually process
the claims "don't show a compara-
ble spirit." .
Thev are contributing materially
to the slowdown by making re
quircments for evidence of eligibi!
fry too strict and by increasing the
(difficultly of claimants to gather
'the evidence they need, which
'often rests in courts throughout
i the West German states. "Actual-
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I fore they see ay money whatever."
But Dr. Aie*ader. who spent
I the war years heading the Associa-
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land, said that prospects were not
entirely bleak. "Under the old
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achool from Bert Tumpson. president of the congregation's
Young Adult Group. Irving Scherr. past president, looks on.
Presentation was made after Rabbi Lehnnan installed the
newly elected officers of the group for the coming year.
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [vni/.JME 29—Number II MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS UNRY MONTOR OUT OF FORMER POST Dr. Schwartz Takes Over at Helm Of U.S. Israel Bond Organization § NEW YORK (JTA>— A new sales organization for Israel bonds. under ;he direction of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman Df the I'nited Jewish Appeal, is now in the process of formation in this countr;. it was revealed here this week by Israel's Finance Minister evi K i hkol, prior to his return to Israel. Mr. F.shkol said that the underwriting agreement between the State : Israel and the American Financial and Development Corporalion U r Israel—of which Henry Montor was executive head—would be %  terminated by mutual agreement because of what he termed "honest differences" over sales policies. He paid tribute to Mr. Montor and emphasized that there would be "complete continuity" of bond sales during the transition period. The formal statement issued by Par* turnricA Mr Eshko1 reads: [all JUl |Jl IbC "Throughout my brief visit in the United States on this occasion, during the course of which I have had the honor of discussing the affairs of Israel with the leadership of many Jewish organizations, I President Eisenhower Reports to Congress On Effect of American Aid to Jewish State; Remarks Highlight Troublesome' Finance Says Upward Swing in External Debt Brought to Sharp Halt at End of 1954 LE1UR S EXCHANGED Turkish-Iraqi Surprise WASHINGTON (JTA) — The anti-1-rael pledge in the treaty conc.'.:ried between Iraq and furkej came as a complete surprise to Western diplomats who had been closely watching the negotiations between the two countries, it was learned here. Th> pledge is contained in an Bxchi nge of letters after the treat; was signed. The letters are ,.:tached to the treaty and Iheir contents have been made pub! in a statement issued by the aq Government Western diplomats now interpret the move n hid by Iraq and Turkey lo silence Egyptian criticlsm and obtain support of Vrab League states. illy surprising is Tur-enption to the Iraqi on Israel. Rabbi Friedman Successor NEW YORK (JTA)—In connection with the designation of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz as the new chief executive officer of the Israel Bond Organization, the UJA Tuesday issued a statement—signed by Edward M. M. Warburg, president, and William Rosenwald. general chairman — lauding him for the "magnificent contribution" which he made in almost four and a half years as executive head of the national United Jewish Appeal. The statement said that Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman of Milwaukee. \\ is. will succeed Dr. Schwartz on June 1 as executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. At the annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal held in December, 1954. inaugurating the "United States development assistance and technical cooperation," the President continued. WASHINGTON (JTA) — The ef fects of American aid to Israel on the economic situation of the coun-' try were outlined Monday by Presiden Eisenhower in a report to Conj "have played a major role in the gress on the operation of the Mutripling of the land area under irtual Security program throughout i rigation since t he state was foundthe world. The President said: I _. .. %  .. „._ u_ Mm :ed, in the doubling of agricultural United States aid under the Mu. .. tual Security program has been on[ a nd induslrial Production and nowly a part of the worldwide assist-; er-generating capacity, the reducance which Israel has received j tion in the trade deficit by $75,000.since its establishment, and the 000 in three years, and the settling striking economic gains in the of near 700000 immigrants in country have been produced pnpermanent quarters, manly by the driving energies of the Israelis themselves. Nonetheless, our aid measures have formed "Despite its growing achievements, Israel continues to face a a significant part of Israel's progtroublesome financial situation," %  %  ..... Prnktrlont d'unn rw.ti.'or nivtnd "Hi' Dr. J.stph i. Schwartz haves UJA ress and have contributed impor tantly toward the maintenance of the going national economy. FO REIGN SECRETARY HITS TROUBLE SPOTS Eden Ms Commons of Hope That United Nations Will Deal With Gaza Battle on Broadest Terms Possible LONDON (JTA) — British Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden, addressing the House of Commons 1955 campaign, it was announced j this week, expressed the hope that that Dr. Schwartz intended to re-1 the United Nations Security Countire from the office of executive cil will handle the Egyptian cornvice chairman this year and at that time Rabbi Friedman was named as his successor. Henry Montor • succtssor have been greatly impressed by the spirit of responsible concern which I have met on all sides for the problems of Israel and the Jewish people. I return to Israel in full confidence that the support and'understanding of American Jewry will continue in the future as in the past to sustain and help Jewry overseas through the United Jewish Appeal, to enable us in Israel to continue to absorb Jewish imContinued on Page 2 A plaint against Israel with regard to the Gaza incident "on the broadest basis," by dealing not only with the immediate issue but also with the wider aspects of the Arab-Israel situation. Sir Anthony, who just returned from a visit to the Middle East, reported to the House that he found in the Middle East countries !" v !" W 1 tFTRJXZ Pakistan and Iraq "the first United a general acceptance of the need our other partners in the NATO. s taUs shipments of wea pons and to organize a safe defense to pro-j Sir Anthony told the House. New I Iieg sent under recently initi tect the area from aggression from j weapons indchanged political conl ated military ass i sta nce programsPresident Eisenhower noted. "Its trade deficit of over $200,000,000 { and external debt of over $400,000.1000 make it most difficult for it to pay from its own resources for the essential commodities and capital items needed to sustain an adequate rate of development." Touching upon Israel's efforts to consolidate its foreign debts. President Eisenhower said that the Israel Government's program to ; stabilize its foreign exchange and debt position had produced "measurable results" by the end of 1954. "The upward swing in its external indebtedness was brought to a hall. and much of its short term debt was successfully refunded." the I President pointed out. "Increased j industrial and agricultural produci tion brought a substantial rise in export revenues and assisted the drive to reduce import requirements, particularly for food. As a result, Israel's trade gap was ap: preciably narrowed in 1954, although it still was estimated at about $210,000,000." The President revealed in his rethe Arab states and Israel, which have now unhappily been aggravated by further recent incidents," he said. The British Foreign Secretary, revealed that during his visit to Iraq he discussed with the Iraqi Premier questions which would arise if the British Government were to accede to the Turkish-Iraqi treaty, against which Israel has advanced objections. "Our aim is to form a new association with Iraq which will bring -gji* to t'iuT period "o'fjuiyour relations .nto line wi h those December. 1954, there arrived in already existing with Turkey and without. "There is also recognition that the security and prosperity of the area cannot fully be realized as long as the present disruptive relations persist between {OPERATES UNDER SEMI-DIPLOMATIC STATUS Arab Information Center is Anti-Semite NE\\ YORK-The Anti-Defamation League of "' %  • ; ln 'his week charged that the new Arab ">">rn:.:'.ion Center in New York, operating with MU-diploaiatic status, has been consulting with protesMonal anti-Semites" to develop an Arab I ropaganda campaign i the United States. ODPI i cen,e^ • fin anced by the Arab League, was iciu.i in recent weeks as an informational and "" exchange. But, ADL declared, in its proanrii" W n s > ,n, P a thy for the Arab League states %  i -credit Israel, the center has. through Arab leartir n lermed,ar 'es. conferred with anti-Semitic UainL i %  me,h ds of arousing public feeling Th f !" '" ,his munlr y Port ADL J char es were made in a published renri -i. e pan L d by Arnold Forster, its chief counsel w ciwl rights director. &f 45 Part*. Ar,b Inlor ntion Center is located at United v v enue !" ia also the address of the nations delegations of the League of Arab States and the Kingdom of Yemen. Chief of the center is Kamel Abdul Rahim. onetime Egyptian ambassador to the United States. Rahim arrived here in November as I'N representative from Yemen, with rank of ambassador. This gnmta him diplomatic immunity. The information center, however, is to be registered with the U.S. Justice Department as "a foreign agent." Mr Forster said that the Anti-Defamation leagues assessment of the Arab center as "the mass coordinating point for nationwide dissemination of pro-Arab. anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic propaganda" is documented by statements and reports attributed to Rahim and other Arab League officials. Among these, ADL reports, was a policy statement by Rahim, made in a letter sent Oct. 25 from Cairo before his departure for the United States, to Dr. Omar Haliq, Arab League representative in Continued en Page 2 A ditions should be reflected in the ^ shipments to raq were .. main fresh approach to our joint ar., fof £ establishment," he rangements for resisting external | M j ( j aggression in this area. Our com-, D iscussing the Arab refugee remon needs can now be best prosettlement project under con sidervided for in different and more „ tion President Eisenhower told of up-to-date ways than those which a proposal 0 irrigate and in the were embodied in the Anglo-Iraqi Sinaj peninsula of Egypt treaty more than 20 years ago. _^______ Sir Anthony also discussed the Arab-Israel conflict during his interview with Egyptian Premier Col. Gamel Abdel Nasser in Cairo last month. Anthony Nutting. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, revealed in Commons. He made this statement in reply to a question by John Eden. Conservative MP, who asked whether the Foreign Secretary had discussed the matter with Col. Nasser. Mr. Eden further queried whether there was any definite proposal for altering the present demarcation Continued on Page 3 A IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE leeks Editorial Global Sh.rt. Hollywood Mindlin Society Seem Zfcri. ^H M LB .^ % % % %  Cy LA %?^ %  M %  %  %  B J£* J Lf*^ i % % %  W Anth.ny Nee Noer lost NATO



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LoAYJARCHjylSl y/shflcrlMyr, |Beth Sholom to Fete Rabbi Kronish I school of Temple Beth Sholom t honor spiritual leader Rabb, Knn Kronish at a luncheon in the Kuet hall on Wednesday. Mar E, according to an announcement L Mrs. Sol S. Pine, P.T.A. presi•The P.T.A. and the religious krhool are honoring our Rabbi in lecngnition of his ten years of deloled service and outstanding leadership at Beth Sholom." Mrs. Pine Lid "At the luncheon, we will delicate a new section of our Tem|le Library to be known as the on Kronish Library on Human (elation*.' I "We felt that this was a fitting Ly to pay tribute to our Rabbi, Ince through his work in the field f human relations and his rabbiniB l counselling among our congreJants. he has made a most impor[int contribution to the commuitv" jfoilis Rinchart, president of the lade County Council on CommuIty Relations, of which Rabbi KroIsh is a county-wide representaTvc. will be speaker at the lunchL, and Miss Bertha Aldrich, libkrian of the Miami Beach Public ibrary, will dedicate the nV libpry section. xcrctse Club Resumes Here I The "Over 40" business and protssional men's exercise group bens activity in the Greater Miami fcwish Community Center gymnaum at 450 SW 16th ave., on Monh evening, March. 28. The group nil meet each Monday and Thurspy at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 n. for light calisthenics, mediae ball, sports and steam-room. PAGE 7 E Rabbi UM CrMita Five-Year Dream Ends At Gables Dedication Wednesday, Mar. 23, Rabbi Morris A. Skop will dedicate the new Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood Youth Lounge, at a silver tea. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker. Officers of the Sisterhood will act as hostesses. Mrs. Sol Halpert is chairman. Weekly Saturday night dances will be held in the new lounge, a sisterhood project of five years standing. Forum in Gables Monday Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah will present a forum on American and Israel affairs Monday evening, Mar. 21, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. American affairs coordina tory of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, and Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, Pastor of the Robertson Memorial Evangelical and Reformed Church, will be speakers. Speedy Passover Delicacy BBW5 ,E LLY 9 OLL for holiday week entertaining can be C\vZu m "? ut ? w>U Horowitz-Margareten Passover Sponge ltrld?im lx 'J*!w St boon for time-Pressed cooks observing cherished over u?i I modern convenience. Delicious as snack with Passdinner; 6r other J^everaies, or perfect for dessert at family -r, — > JELLY-NUTROLLv Pol !" ori >*-Mrrln_ 1 ..blespoon.gr.teo orwifc rind *^*r $*on e Cake Mix/' I cup HorovutUrtauwoUit ; • 2! • W* R Raspberry Smti %  %  £ cold &f ?•* Juice' ., cup shrtMM rrewrwcoaut U'axSnVil"* X S 375 F Line Jelly roll pan (15x1Okl) with _.."•'•Paper and ei-oa. th<> hnimm X n u, rw„


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t V. MARCH. l&i 9 il •Jewish f fajdHari PAGE 7 A MS WILL UAVEJORJOUROnSRUL ig Cherished Dream of Couple to be Realized Mar. 21 cherished when Mr. Mar. 21. a long w iii be realized %  rs Henry Seitlin, of 327 JefaV( Miami Beach, leave e Port of New York for an Jed tour through Europe and Israel. I Beth David, on Friday Mar. IK. following te < the Seitlini vith an Oneg will honor re for Israel evethe late will be honShabbat. The both their deand their 47th Eng anniversary. Seitlins, pioneers of Miami, to the twin cities over 40 [ago. when there was a handjettiers here. And there Liine Jews who welcomed Mr. u a tenth, necessary to the ng of a 'minion' that was to into the present day Beth Synagogue. \. Seitlin arrived several years Together, they engaged in Lndising. Together they saw 5derne>s. known as Ocean evolve into the now fabuBliaiiu Beach. Together, they metropolis rise out of hope dream and diligence. They 1 land boom sweep in from all ation. They saw devastating in the wake of relentless land leaden skies. They saw >MDII descend with merciless turning prince into pauper. the Seitlins stuck by their Inever deserting the home of choice At their side were four sons, Sam, Louis, Drs. and David. jough the years the Seitlins of their time, effort and supdevelopment of cultural, Itional and charitable instituAnd always they labored for tm. Seitlin was among the founm Pioneer Women of Greater She was its first president. |orked tirelessly for Hadassah, many branches. Since his nent from the business Miss Felicia Orovitz Kiigugcjd to 1 Dentist Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, of North Bay id., announce the engagement of their daughter, Felicia, to Dr. Richard E. Deutch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deutch, Providence, R.I. Miss Orovitz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of Brown University and College of Dentistry and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi and Alpha Omega fraternity. Dr. Deutch served three i years in the Navy. He is also vice president of the Rhode Island Society of Dentistry for children, and dental consultant to school for Cerebral Palsied children. %  & # & Mrs. Nat Blumberg will return to the city about the first of the month after a tour of California begun Feb. 9. While in Los Angeles, Mrs. Blumberg attended the wedding of her nephew, Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Blumberg, on Feb. 27 and was entertained at a number of parties given in her honor. Anniversary Celebrating their 26th wedding; anniversary Mar. 23, are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berlowe, 1030 6th st. r Miami Beach. ^minent Pennsylvania Jewish vacationing at Waldman's [ is Abraham Pete, of PunxsuMr. Pete is chairman of ommunity's UJA and Israel drives, past president and member of Chevra Agudath Also at Waldman's is Mrs. Spalter of New York City, I has been president of the auxiliary of Yeshiva and i Torah C'haim for the past rs, and Jacques Rosenblum ew York, president of Beth School in Manhattan. PRACTICAL NURSE Torah Temple 1254 Wen AVBNUI, MIAMI BEACH J^ow Accepting Reservations jor Passover Sedorim Conducted bv RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL, RABBI LOUIS CASSEL .ml BOYS' CHOIR IndoOf Uld Outdoor Scdonm FOR RBSMVAIWNI CALL JE 8-l(T5: or JE 8-J271 "PauoveT Sedorim at Their Mow Bruuti/ul" world, Mr. Seitlin joined her in the strenuous UJA drives, in Bond sales for Israel and in numerous civic organizational jobs on both sides of Biscayne Bay. With the raising of the blue and white flag in Israel, the Seitlins' dream began to shape into plans. At long last the plans are now passports and passage aboard the liner United States. The couple will cele-1 brate their 47th wedding anniversary enroute to Israel. Friends and family have honored | the Seitlins at many bon voyage parties and dinners. LET US ENTERTAIN AT YOUR SIMCHA • Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Anniversaries • Organizations and Fund Raisings THE THREESUM \ Mn-tcr of Ceremonies (f Tenor Dramatic Soprano Mmatn. Oltrlng Director. ith St. Colllno) Avo. 8 Swvkj* TWVW the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pot. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH



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JRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1955 i i +Jenisii Her Ulan South Florida Eye Men Elect Officers „ r soUrl C. Garvin. of Miami, w |t .k.1lpn: irfentgf the South( .., s ,'),iriil:i A'oth.aqtaa Avt. "UDENT MANA6EMENT MAKES POSSIilE OUR 9% DIVIDEND i Roddy Kilowatt on tha Job, your modern oloctric wotar hoator will dalivar all tha hot watar you want — whan you want It. whera you want It. With an electric range in your kitchen, your cooking can be spotless, smudgeleSs and as dean as a pair ol white gloves. But that's only one of the marvelous advantages of clean, electric cookirfV Ask your neighbor who cooks electrically She I probably delight in telling you how her range cooks cleaner, cooler, faster, safer ...and cheaper, too. Make your own "white glove "test and see how smudge-fret pots and pans remain. It's a fact, with an electric range your kitchen can be white glove clean. Isn't it a blessing? SKI YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER NOW I flORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY Whisk away rjrease and grime with ROKEACH NEW FOAMING CLEANSER... shines as it cleans! A miracle for easy Passover cleaning... ROKEACH NEW SCOURING PADS are different! Keep your Passover pots and pans shining bright with these supersoap scouring pads... For lustrous silverware ROKEACH SILVER POLISH. 85 nDD 1 ? -W3 Kosher Products for Passover ROKEACH tOISCHT Gf"UK FISH NYAlAt CHICKEN SOUPS %  KOSHEI SOAP FOAMING CISANSER • SHVM POUSH SCOURING PAOi s CANNtD paurrs PRESERVES SPICES MACAROONS % 



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MDAY. MARCH 18, 1955 ieth Israel Congregation Vilf Honor Samuel Helimans Both Israel Congregation will lonor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Helflan. i i 4490 North Jefferson ave., frith a faijewell party on Saturday Inning at the congregation, Prair, ave Dd 40th st. I The Htlfmans are leaving for a hp to Israel on Mar. 28. The tuple are widely known for their pvic and philanthropic activity icre. Mi. l-eon r .l.ii .,!i., •• Kabbl El II.M K -ii. Irondeis Dinner Rescheduled To March 31 at Delano Hotel %  ,, er Miami Committee for %  University this week an[,',,„,.1 that the committee's dm[ pr jn onor of Brandeis president h r Atram Sachar has been moved C't 0 Thursday evening. Mar. 31, at he Delano hotel. Ipr Sachar will be principal toeakcr at the function for the uni| „I Waltham, Mass. rs committee includes: men, .\n.-. Jacl< ft J Mrs. Bldnes M. I I, .:,. j Bertman, ITred f *tn Samuel I w i: Braverman, Bnapai 'i I .:,. n i: Bronaton, Lyo _M, S |#.. Chalkin, Joseph | lai k B Cooper. [ Panbaum, Jack Dublnsky, 1,\ i'.:li Duntov, Mm. Joseph DM; En. Judge llrrnard Frank, Samuel I ,, Samuel A rammer. Ihml.s FYuchtman, Mm. Chailea aWhtmi %  Hen < :in<-x. Mm. Ben ZkM linhi -IT Lou Oold, Charle.fioldheijc, I liinldstrom, MIBH Lillian tiood[' :i. I'HUI Oroaatacar, Eni'm-I Halperin. II,hi. Jr., Loula Helman. Holland, I.eon II. Jacob*, +Jf*'UHk)rkHM PAGE 9 A in linl.bl lull %  l>hrman ; mi • %  • %  %  in, I ia\ i,l |., %  Iweph I.m-, I cph \| i.h.ii,,,' Samuel M Maiinl. Benjamin M Hank Meyei jck Mlntaer, Harry Mufson. Rabbi Joaeuh a Narol, In Kurt Pelser, David Phillips, MiDavid Phillips, Mi.-., .MI,,., i p|, u. Mm I I i Pouack, Sum i'i.. %  %  | ,., s j,| |,,,,_ vua, Mrs. Mathilda Ralner, Morris Hoenl..-ri{, Mn Charles Roaenrarten Burnett Roth, Mrs. William Rubensteln. lira. Monte Bells, Mrs Mai Schwartz. Mm Roae Hchwarts Mn siiln.i s.liw.mz. Mayoi Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Sperling, Israelite Center Leader, Dies Here Mrs. Rose Aries Sperling, 3160 SW 23rd ter., first president and charter member of the Israelite Center of Miami and a member of the Coral Gables Zionist Organization, died Teusday. She was 51. She came here 11 years ago from Yonkers, N.Y., and was active in many charitable and civic organizations. She was a director of the Icapa Music Publishing Co., Miami. Wife of the late Irving Sperling, painting contractor and a founder of the Israelite Center, Mrs. Sperling is survived by a son, Leslie, at Duke University: a daughter, Miss Ann Grace, a University of Miami student, and a brother. Services were held in Flagler Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. A Charier for a non-profit corporation, Histadruth Ivrith, was signed last week by Circuit Judge Vincent C. Giblin on application of Joshua Z. Stadlan, president; Joseph Free, Ruth Ullis [and M. Rabinowitz, vice presidents; Aaron Liebman, correfsponclng secretary; and Dr. Samuel Vogelbaum, treasurer. Purposes are to teach and spread the use of the Hebrew language throughout the world and for preparing students for the Jerusalem examination. Shown (left to right) are Simon Seide.i, board member. Free, Vogelbaum, Stadlan and Dr. Feder. MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY! PHONE &^ Van lined Miimi'i Oldest end One el Ike Soulh'j Lirfest L o n{ Dislince end Door -leDear Movers T or From Any Pain in the Unitei WM ... Complete, Timo-Tejtei FickiNf ind Moving Services •>Ddk U ti M .OeStakttT. toeeksj Ftr Erery rVieo* £*fimof Furnished WroW Cosf or Obligation PHONE 82-7561 • Local Moving a $pecr0*y • • Sloriro FatHititt Available ll All Major Citios • Local Storage In Our • Two, Modern 7-Story • WAREHOUSES BaalaBBBBBBl aBBBBBTBBBBBI BBBBBBBBM Ml I • MxaAT.akaMBMHPbiaa. Starting them youag: Donald Swartz (extreme right), teacher and coach at Oxford School, is shown guiding several of the younger students in the best approach to learning how to swim. Watching carefully are (left to right).Barry Blake, known nationally as "Little Jackie Gleason," featured locally at Copa City, Sheila Ploxin, Jacgueline Fialk and Michael Schwartz. Oxford Dedicates Swimming Pool Abraham C. Cassel, director of Oxford School, 1204-54 West ave., this week announced that the ; school's new regulation-size swimming pool has been officially dedii cated by students and faculty with a program of diving and swimming exhibitions. The pool was then formally opand a daughter, Mrs. Rosemary Krensky, both of Chicago. Services and burial took place in Chicago, with Beach Memorial Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements. William I. Fewer Beach Realty Dealer William Feuer Dead at Age of 58 William I. Feuer, 58, a Miami Beach realty dealer for 20 years, died Tuesday following a heart attack. He came to this area 21 years ago from Bridgeport, Conn., and lived at 1540 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. He had been a board member of Temple Emanu-El since its inception 12 years ago, and chaiman of the board of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association for the past five years. Co-owner of the Feuer and Eisenstein Realty Co. for 18 years, Mr. Feuer was a member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors for two decades. Surviving are his wife, Betty; a daughter, Mrs. Corine Klein. Newark, N.J., and two brothers, including George, Miami Beach. Services were held in Riverside Miami Beach Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ALBERT LEVICK 5.",, of C-',7 MaluKH eve., Coral Qablea I away suddenly in a local hoapltal Wednesday aften n. He was formerlv in tliauti. arfecklM business. He leaves his wife, Pauline a son, Lewis, of PHtsburB"; two touch* t-rs, Mrs. Dolores Harris anil Miss Kiau LeWck; aln four grandchildren. He was a III.IIII,,T of thr Coral Gables Jewlnh r'enter and th.Coral Qables Zlonl-a DUtrlot Bervloei srere hew in the Miami <*hap.-l of rlurdon Mineral Home Thursday al p.m. Interment look |ila<-e In the Sur of l>a\ld f.-in. %  tery. ened for the use of the many boys and girls attending the resident and day school departments. Donald Swartz. member of the faculty and superviser of water sports at Oxford, prepared the special dedication program and at the same time started a complete course for boys and girls in Red Cross swimming and water safety. Director Cassel, in announcing this new and additional facility to the campus of Oxford, pointed out that the pool "is constructed specifically for school use and for unusual safety." Jules P. Channing of Miami, consulting engineer, assisted in the designing of the pool and its filtering system. The pool is so designed to allow every child to touch bottom without endangering his safety. Life on Other Planets? *'Is There Life on the Other Planets" will be the topic of a lecture by Charles H. Lee( satronomer and newscaster, on Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. W PRODUCTS fJUNE Mrs. Estelle Goldman Passes Away at 49 Mrs. Estelle Goldman, 49, of 727 85th St., Miami Beach, died Mar. 10. She was a member of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and came here 15 years ago from New York City. She is survived by her husband, Sol, who suffered a heart attack and was admitted to Mercy Hospital, a brother and three sisters. Services were at Rivers! Ic -Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. I 3edWi\\l Rabbi Dies on Beach Dr. Bernard C. Ehrenreich, 79, of 4701 North Meridian ave., Miami Beach, died at home Mar. 10. i He served as rabbi of Congregaj tion Karl Montgomery in Montgomery, Ala. He was a founderff the American Zionist movement and a founder of the ZBTA fraternity, national scholastic fraternity. Dr. Ehrenreich was known throughout the country as an educator and for his boys' camp work. He was a founder of the % Kawaga Camp in Minocqua, Wis., in 1917, and headed the camp until his retirement in 1945. He is survived by his wife. Irma, r^fts. MARGARINE r&s.



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PAGE 6 B SSSL^Si^rm, Religious, Civic Groups Promise 'C-Day' Support Synagogues, centers, clubs and ( national organ nations arc leading | their support in the mass volunteer recruitment program for "CDay." H has been disclosed by Miami Beach chairman Burnett Roth and Miami chairman Harry Gordon. Addressing a radio audience or. Station WM1E on Sunday. Roth a>ked Greater Miami la >e: aside Sunday. Mar 27. as -Community Day either to give or work in behali of the CIA. He pointed out that it was The responsibility of every Jewish family to assume part of the burden of supporting our own Jewish institutions in Greater Miami and to strengthen Israel and Jewish life overseas" In the meantime, organization bulletins and publications in Miami and Miami Beach have been reprinting the CIA call for volunteers entitled: Stand Up and Be Counted" Roth estimated it would take over 2.500 "C-Day" volunteers to contact the many thousands of new contributors now residing in the Greater Miami area Persons wishing to work on C-Dar" are asked to call the Federation office. JE-84331. and ask for Lois Dobrin. **fi Pre-tDay'Parties —*' Slated in Area BIHI A novel mefheq 1 eMo structiag volunteer* in pfcpatMlieBi for the Combined Jewish Appeal all-dajr drive ha* been instituted 4*re,-t cording to Sam J. Beiaua. CIA I chairman Miami chairman Harry Cordon add Mumi Beach chairman Burnett j Roth, who will direct the 'C-Day" | door-to-door effort on Sunday. Mar RECENT IN MUMI AJ Recent births in ttJei ami area include the folio.^.' Anthony, son of Mr *S*u i Leslie Ahrenholz. 290 ^ ^eten Louise, daughter o| Sondra Joyce, daughter and Mrs. Norman CM^tVinJam 1V*> > r *l NE 12th ave. Mark, son of Mr 27.T.H he new method -painless I ^^J?^ *ff instruction." According to the | *£„TZf^-: !" !0l t* *MJ Gary Lee. son of Mr an4 iT.l Alton Abrams. 1133 VW 117th3 Burt Lee. son of Mr. and Mr* L Abe Rubenstein. 28W) NW \^i\ Roberta Pat. daughter of Mr u Mrs. Harry Grossman, ion AluJ rd. Barbara, daughter of x r n Mrs. Seymour Schwartz, I04g 5th ave. Hioleah-Miami Swings leaders helped coordinate their own "C-Day" an Sunday. Mar. 6. in behalf oi the Combined Jewish Appeal are Raymond Lord. Rabbi Malcolm Sparer, of the Hialeah Jewish Center. Abraham Fraidhn and Dr. Nathan Friedman. Executives to Meet Sunday "• 'Merchants Week' Scheduled Mar. 21 •-on Lincoln Road and •-.:-...-. J! M.aari Beech *. %  '. par rte in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal in a concentrated rt to help the t goal of $700,000 jii Sam J Hei-eek said. that, for the :.ed solic • iill be set into action during the week "I Mar 21 through 25. vdl the object of saturation covof the entire Lincoln rd. i> announce a and co-chairman for this fnve-within-a-drree." The period will be proclaimed "Miami Be^ch Retail Merchants Week" by Mayor Harold Shapiro and receive tl sanction of the City Council of Miarr.i Beach. Merchants in other :hopp.r.g areas will be contacted by squads -:•:• -aaaer the direction of Artie Kravitz. a CIA campaign Mce chairman According to Kravitt, it is expected that manpower hew squads will be recruited from the Men's Apparel Club of A regular meeting of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been called for Tuesday evening. Mar 22. in the Pan American room of the Biscayne Terrace hotel in Miami Executive director. Dr Benjamin B. Rosenberg has advised that the meeting mill take up matters of crucial importance to the community and urges all members to attend Winter Resident Will Head Drive Jack Carner. chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Winter Residents Division, has named prominent Beach citizens to head drives in six communities, Carner maintains permanent re.-idence in Rye. .\'ew York, and spends moi of the winter season at his Miami Beach home at 6455 Pinetree Drive Circle He heada large construction business and is known for his long-time record of community service in his home state The main thoroughfare in Bye anamed Carner blvd in his honor Carner has named David M Abel and Jack C. Stein as co-chairmen of Bay Harbor, with Benjamin Kane M honorary chairman. Named as chairmen of Biscayne Point and Stillwater are William Six Amateurs Score At Westview Club Six amateur golfers were winners in the Westview pro-amateur golf tournament last week sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal Sharing top prize were Dave Fleeman. John Serbin. Mike Kratze. Bill Wemtraub. Art England and David Phillip* Sam Snead broke the Westview 'Country' Club course record, shootine a 65 in the pro-am tournament Snead. who finished in a five way tie for the pro-am title, dropped in j birdies on the second, third. 14th. 15th and 16th holes He came home with a 32. after touring the first nine in 33. Snead combined separately with i Arthur England and Mike Kratze for two net 62s in the pro-am tourney that attracted 16 pros and 48 %  Mill III I The tournament was directed by Westview pro Ross Sobol and featured play by 14 of the plan. Mime 35 hosts throughout the two cities have agreed to sponsor CJA home parties on Wednesday exening. March 23. calling together volunteers who reside In the immediate neighborhood. The assembled workers will hear | brief radio addresses by Combined Jewuh Appeal leaders, receive their "C-Day" instructions and spend a social evening learning Mark Une Mn oi Ur more about thenteam-mates with Jack Freeman ^ sw 13th whom they will work on Mar. 27. Valerie Beth, daughter A In Miami Beach the following • %  and M „ Harold Au.-laader 1 hosts have informed Roth they will ; SV y eBth ave. sponsor parties for workers living ; Dona Jan. daughter of 1Lin their area: Mrs. Moms HomgM rs. Walter Fas-binder j baum. Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. > Greenwood dr. Morris Goldin. Mrs. Harry Robin. Barbara Esther, daughter of Herbert Shapiro. Alexander Ko-; a „d Mrs. Herbert Brock. I gan and. Mrs. Lena Miatzes. "C-Day" parties m Miami, according to Gordon, have been scheduled at the following homes: Mrs, Paul Sobol. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Dr Samuel Gertman. Judge and Mrs. Milton Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wasman. Louis Schwartzman. Mrs. Max Handshu. Mrs. L Gerstein. Mrs. Jean Rockfort. Mrs. Pearl Comis. Mr. and Mrs. M. J Kopelwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt CJA Women's Division Maps Plans for Annual Program Members of the Women's Division permanent volunteer committee have called their first meeting for Friday. Mar. 18. it has been announced by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division. A group of key workers will nation's i meet at the home of Mrs Arthur Miami This group has called an or-; house Clemen Ehrlich and Maurice ganization breakfast meeting for Young will direct campaign activiSunday morning. Mar 13. at the ties as co-chairmen in ITeasure Federation office. I-iar.d. and Philip Schoenberg is Merchants Week' ha> been set chairman of Surfside. A chairman to precede "C-Day" on Sunday, for Normandy 1st e will be Mar 27. at which time over 2.000 nounced shortly. Carner stated. -nteers will comb Miami and h residential areas Baal best golfers. Combined Jewish Appeal chairman Sam J Heiman expres-ed his satisfaction uith the outcome of "CJA Day at Westview." It is expected that, in view of the interest shown, the tournament may become an annual event. The "27" trophy will remain on permanent display at Westview. bearing the names of this year's winners. Heiman announced Blechman and Dr J A. Green group has already reached $225.000. which is 30 percent ahead of last year's contributions in this division. "I firmly believe that the winant fr resident in Miami Beach has a i real civic responsibility to this A quota of $300,000 highest in community whose benefithe enMiami Beach residential areas in all CJA history, has been accepted 1 joys said Carner effort to reach this by the Winter Residents Division, meeting of his campaign goal of SI.350.000 I nder earner's direction, the | men this week Burrell. 526 West 50th st Miami Beach, at 11 a.m. The group will map plans for establishing a permanent, year-round volunteers group to serve the programs embraced by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in this area. addres.-ing a | community chairReligious School Students !• Porticipfff B in CJA Drive Delegates representing some 20 Hebrew schools will meet at a breakfast rally on Sunday morning. Mar. 27. at the Bureau of Jewish Education as part of the mass "CDay" effort in support of the Com-1 bined Jewuh Appeal. Announcement of Greater Miami youth participation in the "C-Day" I program was made by Louis Sen{ wartzman. executive director of t the Bureau. Delegates will report on a citywidc solicitation program which I habeen in progress in the school* fur the pa-t three weeks. Herbert Bergcr. of the Bureau, has anNorth Waterway dr Barbara Ellen, daughter if and Mrs. Sam Matz, 8690 $1 ter. Sidney. Bsn of Mr and Mrs. Barnett. 2924 SW 27th ave Ellen Sue, daughter of Mr Mrs. Burton Turk. 4760 SWTtk Betsy Joyce, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Harold Finn. 6831 SW K Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Wi Julius Jan. 25. Son born to Mr and Mr I than Rolle Jan. 25 Daughter born to Mr and Irving Eichenbaum Jan 26 Son born to Mr. and Mrs 0 Kamrner Jan. 26. Daughter born to Mr. aac Jerry Garner Jan 27 Daughter bom to Mr aac Henry Mond Jan. 29 Daughter born to Mr. aai Marwell Wejsberg Jan 29. Daughter born to Mr. and Newton Greenblatt Jan 29. Daughter born to Mr. and Samuel Seligman Jan. 29. Daughter born to Mr. and Irving Lemlich Jan. 29 Daughter born to Mr and Jonas Katz Jan. 29. Daughter born to Mr and Morton Edelstein Jan. 31. Daughter bom to Mr and B William Goldstein Feb 1. Son bora to Mr. and Mr? Shapiro Feb. 2. Daughter born to Mr. and Donald Bernard Feb. 3. Daughter bom to Mr and Irvin Caplan Feb. 4. Son bora to Mr. and Mrs 1 Hipsman Feb. 8. Daughter born to Mr and Harold Davison Feb 8. Daughter born to Mr icd Bernard Boss Feb. 8. Daughter bom to Mr. and j Melvin Richardson Feb. 10 Daughter bom to Mr and Harry Harfenist Feb. 13. Daughter bom to Mr. and J Akiba Bernstein Feb 13. Daughter born to Mr and Samuel Waldman Feb. 14. Daughter bom to Or aM %  Jack Kartub Feb. 14. •• I nounced a classroom competition in c!:>cwhich hive 100 per cent participatloa In the CJA drive m %  -_-_J will receive sparial award!" II1S fO Be Heara as of all contributors are en Fa* 52 DflrlCe Here tered in special Youth Division m %  '• •' %  %  liepUjp in all classMiss Emily Hern:,:: pr"*" roomi tne 52 Association I <,r at ^J Hebrew KBOOI students in tha •. 0I *••* %  ***** g"J Greater Miami area are doingtheir i 6 held on Sun(la > share in bring-in? the storv of the Saxony hotel. Combined Jewish Appeal to their' A arrangements for in? c friends and to thur own parents.' donor dance to t evening. Mar. 27. ber, will be discu— i %  xplained by Berger Dunng evening. Mar. 27. the week of March 21 held Si! at the Bed T ^ Nate Spiegelman. Joseph N^noSg M !" ^! Nuxenberg. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs. M. Burstein. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer and Oscar Zelt'ti? to 25. all •oj and gtrla regiatarad in Miami %  tra Miami Beach Hebrew schools will receive special identification tags. In addition to this program alerting residents to the importance of giving on "CDay," the Bureau is again issuing a "CJA Fuu Book" containing stories, photographs, puzzles and general information on • he major role played by boys and girls in the annual humanitarian 1 drive. The 52 Journal which principal means 1 ra, ^J* ojaj to carry on the work of 5Z w, completed at that time. According to Frank chairman of the journal, t* nal will be the largest tory of the organization.^ Find HtmH be Aird Norman Bruce Brown will meet oa Wednesday Mar 23 at the Republic" Mar. AS, ^ r _;u hr Final arrangement wiH for a rummage sale to • 27. held I



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rBIDAV, MARCH 18, 1955 Jewish ncrldlan 35 Bond Saleswomen to be Feted For Their Contributions to Israel PAGE 5 A Thirlv five State of Israel Bond Luswomen will be honored at a ["Then" tea <>n Monday afternoon, u, r 28 at the home of Mrs. Wil ihm Bornstein, 871 North Venetian Lr for their inspiring and tireI Us devotion on behalf of the State Ef Israel and Israel Bonds during |j954." Thc> ill be presented with solid Ifii.ld "Chen" (harm awards at the llca according to Mrs. Monte Selig, Icha'irman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds committee. At a meeting in her home this week. Mrs. Selig discussed plans Lthe te with "Chen" co-chairn en Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs. Kax Weitz. "Chen" membership is open to ny woman who undertakes to sell Lr purchase S2.500 in State of Israel Development Bonds. Each I %  chen" Charm is symbolic of one the ancient twelve tribes of Israel. "The charms recall the link *ith the past and remind us of the present bond with Israel," Mrs. elig explained. for every S2.500 sold or purchased by a "Chen" member, an additional (harm is earned. A complete feet of charms represents a total of O.OOO in sales of State of Israel Development Bonds. MrPlatofl and Mrs. Weitz said fchal Mrs, Lena Mintzes, top Israel Bond Saleswoman, win have the fonor ni being the first woman to d five charms. Her sales reconl for 1954 totalled $125,000 I Bonds. Mrs. Mintzes is allead) bringing in sales for credit Inwardher sixth "Chen" charm. Representing sales totalling more khan 170,000 in Israel Bond sales |or 1954, i ho following women will %  war led four "Chen" charms fcacli: the M -lames Sarah Czech, I Miriam Press, Fannie %. Rubin, Fannie Selig, Mary Sher \w\ Esther Singer. For -ales that reached the J15,IHX) mark in Bond sales. Mrs. ose Bernstein and Evelyn Platoff rill lie awarded three "Chen" rharn>. eai h at the tea. en who will receive two charms tor sales of S15.000 are v.i %  Rose Herman, Mrs. Ida id MrS, Raye JacobMem And for Bond sales of more than the following women in • he Miami area will be awarded ne "Chen" charm each: the Mesriame< ( lara Burstcin, Lillian Canfor. H' i arner, Florence Frankenstein Bessie Gcrzog, Sarah Goldnan, Elizabeth Goodman, Lillian Goodman. Sophia Hodas, Eva B. Rahn, Frieda Kalstem, Celia Eaye, Sophie Krantz, Fannie Liebman. *nna Brenner Meyers, Matlida Ratner, Beckie Iteinhard, Lilly Stone pnd Sybil Weitz. Also announced at the meeting Congressman Dante B. Fascell will sit in, by special invite n a hearina <>i the si.' ed o N ? ,ion8 Ch HviP n Subcommittee of the *oreq„ Rolcrti on Committee hilX" ,eci S,a,e S""** to sL!S ( l i n u M laml Senator ^Pessard Holland will preU SCKL 81 016 hearina ~ hich Pubii, ."u 18 m *• Mtomi ^Iron^aS "^^ was that extensive plans for the Women s Division activities for 1955 would be mapped out at the ,K ,2 tea Mrs S elig s,a,wl ,ha the 1955 goal for Sponsors of Israel had been set at 125 Sponsors A Sponsor of Israel is a woman W !" l aS purchased a minimum of $1,000 in State of Israel Development Bonds. AJCongross to Entertain National Women's Executive Mrs. Betty Alderson, assistant executive director of the National Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will be entertained at a reception in her honor Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Robert L. Cole, 2131 SW 21st ter., Miami. Greater Miami Chapter of American Jewish Congress will meet on Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 23, at Beth El Congregation. Nominating committee will present a slate of officers for the board of directors for 1955-56. Also scheduled is a film under the auspices of American Cancer Society. Annual Flower Tag Day will be held by the Jewish National Fund Council on Mar. 19 and 2C. bhown at a planners' meetinq this week are standing (left to right) Miriam Wolfman, Beulah Uavis, co-chairman, Milton Miller, Miriam Pr ess, Daniel Broad, co-chairman. Lilly Stone and Hose De ong. Seated are Rose Marcus. Ida Jacobs. Pearl Gratz, Sophie Seeman, Ida Zorahkey_and Jda_ Bookspan Emanu-EI Elections Sunday Samuel Friedland, president of Temple EmanuEl. this week announced that the congregation will hold election of officers and directors for the coming year at its semiannual dinner meeting and dance at the Di Lido hotel Sunday evening. Mar. 20. PASSOVKR IWIMIS Kosher L'Pesach TOt) W3 ARCHER FRUIT COMPANY 317 Lincoln Road ARCHIE BRICK Miami Beach PHONE JE 1-6950 AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! 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PAGE 1GB JewishKcrkMar,^ FRIDAY, FOR M* DACHAU MtlSONt* Hfltf Indemnification Expert in Miami To Meet With Leaders, Claimants Continued from *• • claimants at a Monday evening gathering on the entire Wiedergutmachung program and held a work shop Tuesday morning with member* of Federation. Jewish Social Sen-ice Bureau and National Council of Jewish Women on their role in restitution assistance Council is the Miami volunteer agency which participate^ in the activity of the I'nited Restitution Organization office in New York There are upward of 150 claimants in the Greater Miami area, according to Dr Alexander "Man> Others," he explained "like in num.r es throughout the I'nited Stat t even know ible What u. even • even 'ementao' FedWest Cerrr.sr. Ir.derr.r.ificatior. Law expire* in September. 1955 Here in the I'cited States >ince %  nder revealed that h. New York office icurrently processing more than 20.0CK for that area, alone, with an additional 5.000 to 10.00 expected before September In all." he said, •the nation at large has close to 100.000 persons eligible to file lor restitution." The claims expert explained that the spirit of the top men in the government of Bonn is favorable." But he added that Ger! man officials who actually process the claims "don't show a comparable spirit." Thev are contributing materially to the slowdown by making re quircments for evidence of eligibi! fry too strict and by increasing the (difficultly of claimants to gather 'the evidence they need, which 'often rests in courts throughout i the West German states. "Actuali ly, many of our claimants die beI fore they see ay money whatever." But Dr. Aie*ader. who spent I the war years heading the AssociaItion for Jewish Refugees hi England, said that prospects were not entirely bleak. "Under the old Laender laws—where individual MARCH German states were rwo restitution Bonn pa 7 S220.000.000 ,„ a"" ">"•• the firsts of the Federation Law. ing for damages received, 000. *"' "The most important •raphas.zed. 'seems t, People to recognize that .eligible to file for rest! .that they must make,!" 'before September' m Dr. Kvrt k'.ttanitt ... aat taa :*fc Jewish Home for Aged to Celebrate Tenth Anniversary Sunday At Douglas Gardens Ceremonies With 1,000 Persons Present Continued from Pge 1 B Sirs. S % %  • %  -pecial I Hirsch M .ected I • .11 becau-e stitutions v are overjoyhear of hirapid re co ver y No the appreciation and the entire community than doehe. If he can attend anniversary meetini ible !0th .. ed." The 10th anniversary meeting will be chaired by Kope'. Phillips will re. inating committee V also president of the %  mentof her cn-up during thyear. Spac of the admi< mmittee. nee PearNtem. exec %  port, and Kurman will State of the Home" message, I • le achie-. • %  •: %  • needs and future objeeti.Sam Heiman. general ehaii of the Combined Jewish Appeal. will speak for the Greater Miami R Federation, of which the Home i> a benefici.ir;. agency and receives about 40 percent i budget Rabbi Irving Lehnnan. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-H. accepts a check for a scholarship in the Temple's religious achool from Bert Tumpson. president of the congregation's Young Adult Group. Irving Scherr. past president, looks on. Presentation was made after Rabbi Lehnnan installed the newly elec ted officers of the group for the coming year. GEE, DAD I MY PASSBOOK IS LIKE YOURS IKOUD SON WITH HIS CHASE FEDERAL PASSBOOK; proud father who made it possible. They're more than pals now... they're partners in the Chase Federal Savings which is owned by all of its members, and where each account is insured to $10,000. Dad recalls (and it seems cot so long ago!) when his father opened t savings account for him. And as be grew, the savings account grew in principal plus dividends Spaying his way through college, opening the doors to a career and the good things of life. Fortunate, indeed, is the boy or girl who learns early in life the practical lessons of systematic thrift-through a Chase Federal Savings Jook that is just like dad's! It's so easy to open a savings account, with any amountT ^ Cm* Dividend Rate 3 %. p*r ***** T ABILITY AND (AftMiNoa miiTip mwjm oowovnv onrWP* FHHIl SAHIfiS AHD LOAN ASSOCIATION WP LINCOLN ROAD.. 7474 COUINS AVf. Wt^STWMlAaiK* 01



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MABCH 18, 1955 mrisb flrrirtton Leoders rt Gables Party J to leaders in the nearly "fund campaign of the Nation of Greater Miami ade over the week-end at a narty at tnc home f < he 1 P rYr Marton M Halpern, alonia ave.. Coral Gables. 40 persons, including 0 f the association's exe[committce. witnessed the ..inn (if a service pin and t of merit to Miss Virtrker Also singled out for ,s John C Mcdain. a stundsey Hopkins Vocational awarded service pins area coordinators: Mrs. LLeen. Mrs Albert Graff, pran Zinncr, Mrs. George jajKj. Jes.-. Glance, and Mrs. loh Discusses Rambam flrioh Branchof Farband ently at Beth El Congregatd Irvin M. Sacks, ?


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!" r AGE 2 £ itmmitm Ex Slated at *"* ffot. iBfrirer Will Address Rabbi Arie Bocher. spiritual 'fender of the Downtown hyna;ogae. will be fucat speaker at a joint meeting of the three Golden Age Clob* of the Greater Miami Jewish Ciiinwif] Canter on SonClose to 300 older adults are exP** to attend thUhJ.. whth will take piace ££ ter-, Beach Branch. 1536 B* Rabb, Becker, .ho ub J%*] world trareler. philosopher m \ •tadent of hnman relation nhao* bis experiences with tw ? dience. t Iff TASTI THAT COUMTII* jaaemttnc n uaimf Hn taut tsut wans u with XK lURau ir 3 to 4 BUT be repknto and garauh. Viekis pad din gs be nude by subcan of coarsely chopManched nssss for an eqaal aaaount of : -t-t ir. I Beef suet nuy be omitted and ran vccetaate shortening snbstited Work the shortening in with r dry inci i iln lit i before combini with dned fruits etc BROWN KASHE lean*! (Mr CMVCflCrS A Miasai M Ti L'HF c-vc-.erter-antenna awtanatioas hare now joined the groan of coaanodities available on time purchase M a result of a transaction "Hupieted this week by Ralph C Powell of Storer Broadcasting Co. and Hennon L Watson of Sun InTestment Corp.. Miami Under the plan oce-chancel 'elevuion sets can now be modernhad all four national on tune payments, as low n monthly, over a .-•'xl of 12 raor.ouncement of the plan has been mailed to approximately 300 TV service dealers in Dade and *rd CoaaHei Ir believed (feat M.a.T.i is the first city in the try where time payment fiBf habeen offered generaireievuion service men thought that this plan will the increased demand for television set conversion, due to the recent advent of additional f all".; •i"i .-apnry : cop bran 'packaged tand1 cup heated fruit juice 'orange or grapefruit t cup good brandy or sherry 4 egg. -eparated 1 S cups chopped beef -net %  %  cup diced citron Sift together flour, sugar. >alt. nutmeg, cinnamon, closes and ginger Add the prepared raisins, can died fruits, dried fruits, cracker crumbs and the Bran Mix well with a fork to coat fruits with the dry ingredients Stir in the heated fruit juice and brandy or sherry Beat eggs separately and stir in yolk first then beaten egg white 1 -. Add well chopped uncooked beef suet Grease 3 pound-sue coffee tins with tight fitting covers, and fill each can "S full. Adjust covers and set the filled cans in pans of water large enough to have the WfrTaaj VwaTwfi NEW YORK—Three prominent Jewish educators have been named I to jadge the sixth annual passover creatire writing contest, according .to an anaoaneement by Stephen Hem. presdent of Bartons Bon 'boaniere. the candy firm which the annual educational is so Hmp tiwy. A tatty, nvrritiogt t, replace men! for pototoei, rict, J beons, ond other sida-dishts. J Protein-rich fast forfeiting! tl _______ 41 MUIMIIOUS • THilFTY auow^orwotivncBXAarrsaaau 0Ro>m 4 • %  ptaavdl cam to* ct*i AND tuoomu I LEVIHSON ON SAll AT tREBKRUUS M N.W. afct* STMECT roeo N.C. W. ALTIKS. t l Pllll Dtatr-kvt^, AVENUE. PHONE 1-77*1 The judges are Dr Joseph Kaminetsky. director of Torah I'mesarah. Dr Isaac Lewin, principal of Central Yeshiva High School for Girls. Yestuva University; and Rab*bi Leonard Rosenfeld. director of the Department of Yeshivoth. Jewish Education Committee of New York Fir* prize is a tnp to Israel for two via El Al Israel Airlines and a 1 two-week stay at a deluxe Tel Aw hotel. There are 12 other prize awards to the national winners. The contest is open to children between eight and 16 years of age. who attend all-day Jewish schools. Hebrew schools and synagogue Sunday schools. Contest information is available through religious schools or any Barton's shop The • contest closes Apr. 5. nOS1-D3 KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Corwflod by aaaa* TRTLEY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea it its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste ... served in a glass or 1837 11 • i SALT mi AMD SOOMf/M mi HOLLAND HOMEY CAKE LKatribusod by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phono 3-6866 K KUOOwS AMD MCA11 mm FAT \o st a AM WJBU MwJaPw 1 nail It LarW CaWaWlQ *Y* olalMC ASK FOt IT IN TOUt F000 MAIKfT Mstriavted by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY K.L 30th STtllT WOW Hal ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS; Pickled, Coded and Smoked Meals US. Government Inspected Esl. Ho. I ucunnt MS7MOOTO*S or mi SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO, INC 155 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES:££ HIBMAJI Pf All MT I**"



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>AY,MARCHJ f L! 9 iL A Vice President Challenges Arabs To Settle Problems Via Peace Table lh-it Israel, wants i*""* 1 rH*(titton ncMth M-'-. :l n*14orton J. Robbins, vice bil Reda, an Egyptian engineer. Dr. it or the Zionist Organiza. Robbins took issue with Reda who i, challenged the asserted the only way to peace in i rtate publicly j the Middle East is to stop further ~= i*~u§> nprtmrnr* PAGE 11 B [ident of 0 f America. count ric willingness to Ud.tnlerencc table to work [ nu „ tor Arab-Israel o>fKbbiiw <*• at Miami Ltation WCiBS this week in a sit down pper Unveiling dedication of a monument memory of the late Karohna formerly of 1459 NW 2nd [VJ take Place Sunday, Mar. at 2 Mi-, '•> the Jewish t Sec BfVowltayn Park Cemetery. V Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiatMrs Pepper ia survived oy (at her, Mose, and a brother, Led Arrangements are in te of Palmers Miami MonuLt Company Friends and relaare" *e* to attend. isiricm Unveiling he dedication of a monument to Jewish immigration to Israel. "Where shall the Jewish refugees go?" asked Dr. Robbins. "Who will guarantee that they will be able to practice their faith without interference or persecution?" asked Dr. Robbins. Dr. Robbins accused Egypt of trying to dominate the Arab states. by using Lsrael as a scape goat. "While Israel wants peace, and is ready to negotiate a peace settlement, Israel will never agree to sacrifice her downtrodden people," Dr. Robbins said. In an earlier ceremony at City Hall, Dr. Robbins was presented with the keys to the city by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. Meanwhile, a partial list of the committee arranging the Zionist Organization testimonial dinner for Rabbi Irving Lehrman was announced by Dr. Morris Goodman, Greater Miami chairman. Israel ambassador to the United Imnrv of the late Sol S. Aus-1 States. Abba Eban. will be princi%  tenerk of 260 Jefferson Pal speaker at the affair, which \ il take place Sunday. Mar. I will be held Apr. 2 at the Fontainelii'.m itMi Sinai Memorial bleau hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, ,,,'., with Rabbi Jonah [of Temple Beth Sholom. will also I Mr. Austrian is be a speaker. Jivedty I"wife. Ma e; father,' •YI daagi'.tcr. Miss iris; and Scheer Unveiling tors, Mrs Marian Waller of Miami Beach, and Mrs. ie Flitt. o! Bronx. N.Y. Artements are in charge of PalfQatai Monument Company. tr.ds and relatives are asked to Unveiling hf dedication of a monument to memory f the late Joseph |, formerly of 4881 SW 5th st, take place Sunday. Mar. 20, at p.m., on the Workmen's CirPlot of Mt. Sinai Memorial h Cemetery. Mr. Kay is sur]ed by his wife, Fannie, and a her. Sam Kannoff, of New rk He was a member of Branch 692 of Workmen's Circle. itc Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Edward Scheer, formerly of 2110 SW 21st st., owner of Edward.s Department Store in Allapattah, will take place Sunday, Mar. 20. 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating. Mr. Scheer is survived by his wife, Rosamund; a daughter, Mrs. Myra Samuels, of Miami; four sisters. Miss Frieda Scheer, of Miami; Mrs. Ro6e Wilensky, Mrs. Sarah Rashis and Mrs. Edith Horowitz, all of Chicago; and two grandchildren. Mr. Scheer was a member of the James Cornell Lodge. F. A A. M., Mahi Temple, Miami Grotto, Elks Lodge, B'nai B'rith and Temple Israel. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Haskes Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Haskes, formerly of 1741 Collins ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, Mar. 20, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel Lehrer officiating. Mr. Haskes is survived by his wife. Jessie; two daughters. Mr. Sylvia Salter. of Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs. Gertrude Mallory, of San Antonia. Tex.; one son. Michael of Phoenix. Ariz., and his father, Morris Haskes. of Brooklyn. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Members of the arrangement committee currently planning the April testimonial of the Zionist Organization of America to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader, includes (standing) S. E. Schwartz, Joe Rose, Miss Hannah Stein, Herbert R. Linick and Seymour B. Liebman. Seated are Sidney Ansin, Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman, and Morris Simon. he dedication of a monument I the memory of the late Jack (to. formerly of 1416 Euclid ave. H take place Sunday, Mar. 20, p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial rk Cemetery, with Rabbi Henry I i. of North Dade Jewish pittr. officiating. Jack Lato is ived by hi; wife, Eva; two sons, iey and Seymour, of Chicago; Itr.rex sisters, Mrs. Rose Schein• of tiorih Miami, and Mrs. He £abatoti and Mrs. Sarah H< -, both of New York. Arrange'l are in charge of Palmer's a ^ i Monument Company. Iier.ds and relatives are asked to per.d. to Unveiling [The dedication of a monument I the ciemory of the late Harry I o, formerly of 1416 Euclid ave., |" 'ake place Sunday, Mar. 20, !" Pm„ at Mt. Sinai Memorial Cemetery, with Rabbi Henry PJK*. of North Dade Jewish £""•."'ciating. Harry Lato is P'ved by two sons. Jack of New !"• and Mortimer, of California; |0 three sisters, Mrs. Rose ScheinKt r,h Miami Mrs Bertie |woff and Mrs. Sarah Lester, k\n u"* V rk Arrangements Ll arKC f Palmer's Miami r ues a^ed to attend. Brown Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Annie Brown, formerly of 2332 SW 19th st.. will take place Sunday. Mar. 20, 10 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Mrs. Brown is survived by her husband, Arthur. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Zwig Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ida M. Zwig, formerly of 120 SW 31st ct., will take place Sunday, Mar. 20, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mrs. Zwig is survived by her husband, Robert; a son, Edward; her mother, Mrs. Frieda Kahn, of Detroit; two brotheYs, Kernel and Albert Kahn, both of Detroit; and a sister, Mrs. Grace Zeff. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. No .Unveiling Rhe mi 0 ** 0 of a monument Llo ZTl l the late Glad y* PurTfr r? u ke piace sun lnet.rv \ 2 pm at Mt. Nebo B?otti ( .r, ,hRabbiJose P h R ackM5K g ""YasloissurWment! husband fcMore. ArP MUmi^ n Charge of P 'bead "'atives are asked to Markowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abe Markowitz, formerly of 717 NE 17th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., will take place Sunday, Mar. 20, 11 a.m., at Evergreen Cemetery, Ft. Lauderdale. with Rabbi M. Bamson officiating. Mr. Markowitz is survived by his wife. Ida; two daughters, Mrs. Abe Tarler, of Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. Sam Wolfson. of Jacksonville. Fla.; and three brothers. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 1 ft •' Haber Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel E. Haber. formerly of 1673 Bay rd.. was held on Wednesday, Mar. 16,10 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Haber is survived by his wife. Amelia. Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. 25* r 0 GUST BROS RVf Sir 1 /VWWWWW" Now in Our New Location Calvo Feed & Garden Supply 3485 W. 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PAGE 14 B Lm,uii flfrkfor Evening Meeting Honors Husbands Meeting of the Greater Miami Women"* \uxiliarv. Jewish Home lor the Aged, will take place on Tuesday night. Mar. 22. in the Rubaivat room of the Algiers hotel Purpose of the meeting will be to show husbands of members the aims of HM Women's Auxiliary in behalf of residents now at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Nominations slate of officers u ill be presented by Mrs Helen Sparber. Program has been arranged by Mrs. Louis Makovsky WersHNM Slated in Talk On Wednesday. Mar> 23. the Miami Beach Israel Zior. will hold its regular luncheon at the Raleigh hotel Principal speaker will be Herman national chairman of the American Zionist Fund and vice chairman of the national executive committee. J.rnon will preside, and Charles H Lee will reviewthe latest news from Israel Instruction School of Meeting Sunshine Rebekan" Lodge will meet on WaltlajJ evening, Mar. 22. at 1828 Alton rd School of ins-true tion will be held under the direction of District Deputy Loreta Burdick. Presiding will be Noble Grand Yetta Teitel. Annev. feoeti' Scoeoofe. The Vagabonds' annual benefit for Boys' Town of Italy will be held at the Fontainebleau hotel on Saturday evening. Mar. 26. The affair is sponsored by the South Florida Boys' Town committee. Guest of honor will be R. Rev. Msgr John Carroll-Abbing, who will come from Rome. Italy, for the special occasion. *eig Muff IfefNMitf Ci o AH-Doy WorfdJ Southern Regional'o/ BnaiB'nth Young i dll ,r an .11-d.y workshopS."*' tra.ning institute n sl.?*20. at the M( >n,e Sftfl Members of star, ciaratj Landau and sharet cTiH B-naiB-rith Young iojH newly formed Young w* ter will begin ,he *"}< with a brunch at li ain F thiswUlbeaseri eS 6 f W mS!i Arrangements for u, e jf^J 1 been carried out by council bers. led by Council prewj,., bara Greene and Sylda workshop chairman. Hail to Haym Solomon. The heroic Jew who financed the American Revolution second from left! is one of the spotlighted figures in Land of Liberty." Temple Emanu-LTs huge pageant presented Sundcy morning in the Temple's main hall. Children in this scene are .left to right) Revolutionary belle Brv-a Kulok aged 6; Skippy Feiner as Haym Solomon. 8; Marsha Captain 6. another belle; Michael Yunes. 5; Stephen Cypen. 11; and drummer-boy Alan Rosenstrauch, 7. "Land of L.berty" was sponsored by the Temple's P.T.A to herald the Jewish Tercentenary here. _^__ WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHE Monday thru Friday (Mar. 18-21) MORNTNC 73a7 7:16! 7:30 7:46! FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Today I Test Pattern I 0:00i • :15 • 30 6:45 n Dons School Morn. Western 1 Oo Tour Account Cartoon Show Manischewitz Seals Freshness Into Package If ever you've tasted trait or -.• off the tre or just oat of the ground, you know what M peak freshness makes in their flavor—and how fleeting that special quality can be In matzos. too. peak freshness, makes a difference There's a special flaky cr. >pr.ess to ManischewitM r_--..t.Hata *hen they come from the oven that's the result of the special Manischewitz baking BkOl—and to capture that quality for you. to give you the enjoyment of Passover matzos that taste as though they had just been baked a moment ago. the B Manischewitz Company brings tbem to you in • an exclusive inner wrap that seals in peak c\en-fre>r laM Bra feature | year a^ The special ita rr.tr wrap—actualrarate pr r into .i | -es around the mat %  '.;uallt> thai I : Seder tab. throughout the Passover holiday. • of Manischewitz Passover I now comeI -t-para'.e inner-wrapped, sealed packetY m open each as you need it: the rest of your matzos. m their sealed inner-wraps, retain their peak ovenfreshness indefinitely. Foremost among these are items as Manischewitz Passover Borscht and Gefilte F;sh. Manischewitz frozen-fresh and canned poultry and meats, a wide assortment of soups, pickles and condiments, macaroons, candies and canned fruits, as well as the popular Manischewitz Passover Sponge Cake Mix. to mention but part of the listIn addition, this year for the first time anywhere, the Manischewitz Passover line takes special note of the infants in your family with a complete assortment of Manischewitz Strained Kosher Baby Meats Made exclusively of selected D. S. Govern ment inspected kosher meats, scientifically prepared for maximum quality and digestibility. Manischewitz Strained K o s her Baby Meats include kosher beef, veal. lamb, liver and beef heart— %11 of them kosher for Passover and all of them approved by leading physicians —ST. Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program [very Smmimj, WMOM, 11:30 am to 2 ML Tait araaraai b toe lint sad ssi HM larattt Ibtoatof aaa to a ta 6:00 :15 6:30, *:6 Gary Moore To Be Announce* Capt. Mldntjht I Smllln' Ed I M Pat. iiu,.:^; Monrlaf | Christoi.her* I What'* Tr'b> ,-StrHii 10:00 10:1Sl 104 Del Rosso Wrtke Rldl Space Patrol 6uar Circus I Ump L'nto Ki_ Jvoole Up. lave *7 HOC 11:15, fi:ao 11:46 Menu atoxic Search F. "Trn'roi OiUdina Light To be Ann'ced Barker Bill r Cartoon-o-vllle I I This Is The I.r I %  Living Faith Menu Jfu AFTERNOON SUMMIT, :30 A.M. Tieat • 7mm to HM MCNfST IAT TBPOtSM PtOOtAM. MORRIS NASATIR'S YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOW ami 12: IS 12:30 12:46 Tve Got Newa Love of Lite Welcome Traveler Bit;, Top 1:09 Brunch Wfth Judy Hoy Rof-era 1:l | 1:30! 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PAP.E A PAGE 10 A a. eV.. l^t.*"> Jewlsfi fhiktieui I >? -: %  _~.-— s w-c •* %  B in a pa _s "r-;r 7* -.; 3CB* 3c i=e r So xbr.cm. Ben Yorcen. M Sy ,;.T.an, M -. Schwortma" L;: Qe: r-f:-_— Sir ley McCcuiey ?.t>c:zz Bclin. Ida B:_ xka DanM Zeve Frieda Zyss. Ph Not l Sam L Fritdmao Evely truce Cyrr..-.— —-. Ler.crs H;-e: Har: Paul rlarnelo*.. L geant Sunday evening include Paul Bedarslcy. Sylvia Kurtz Coranjare: Yoraen. Cele Newman. Sadye Kayes. Esther Inselstein. arie Lynn. Rita Wurtzel. Hattie Guth. Goldie Kagan, Rose Abeltie Brown. Morris Seidman, Samuel Friedman. Charlotte LoefBedrick. Monica Monheit. Marc Corus. Harry Kershaw, Joseph illip Balin. William Weiss, Chaym Rose. Andrew Gondure Solon Levy. Doris Share. Helen Fleischer, Samuel Abrams, Gerouis Brown. Cast of 80 Featured In Musical Pageant Ir. > nl the %  Beach Conui TS will present a musical pa"n Sunday evening. Mar CO. .Miami Beach Auditorium. %  A merica. Mother of Exile-.' Nathaniel Weinreb. • and resident "'each ..!! tell the Story of :h? Jewish contribution to the AaMf age In the east ol 80 performed are asad, production diBob Lyons, male narrator: Pat Bromberg. female narrator: Samuel Kelemer. Cantor of Temple Beth Sholom. baritime soloist: Mehna Kulhamjian. sopran -"^nd Ben Vomer. mu-ic director and conducted of the Miami -v-ngerJaditta Voungerman and her also participate Alfred Waunao. of the West Miami Jewish Center, uill d, •.ie im ._• i ar.d Mayor Harold will bring greet. ATTRACTIVE WIDOW-50 mam TO wn GENTLEMAN AEOUT 5 5 TEA8S Of AGE WITH MATtlMONIAl INTENTIONS WtlTE: MAS $ |0X :73 MIAMI It. KOSHER POULTRY |M it Mta .a. Health, S a. :-:<•.L -3f RjBb.n.ejl S-pe-vis on %  aa B -. Itrj a rect '" % %  •--: : r from ,, %  a 0 _, '"•'• Rao. P: „ • always: :.e*n reasonable and %  ty :::t Over *5 ..a-, Taste 0_... ;, Clcc'flt,, p off. ; -:,'"' ;s r ~*-< %  • ORDER SOW FOR PASSOVER BERMAN POULTRY 17 tVasai.eta. fa n. 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I>efet.dant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T" JB8H rKKI-TUR iaS CHd Bercni Jer>- i it> Ni w Jej laf TOL" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for dlVOTM BSV1 been fll-d axatnet you. and y. required to sriir a Bat*] f your an.r t*oiii>i,nt '•n the plaintiff SIAI.MN K'N''.I.AN!iEl:. It R.*d. Mlan i !'•• irual an-wrr in llsi %  n ..r Iwf.^-e the lth d iy of J) alseaal < atH <*ill a. taken aa %  -*-d ^stain-t \ iiu DATED Ihla lilh day "f Mar. h. A 1 > 1 E R UBATHERMAX, i ISM k. Ctrcull Court B) R II R rseali Deputy -II-' I Mill B, BARN I % %  NOTICE TO i To All I CR; ;D'To R ln UaMim, ... | %  l I.I.IKHV, %  III• County Court Florida, withl, from the rtKt, MWk % %  the led .,. li: ', n ?'*l aal and to • .'•" &f taj aaf."' l"ea. Section i: Ikata Man h i • I A •;>: %  and Taatament of U FAITH FAITH FAITH LErKuWl MII.TON A. FRIEDM \\ Attorney f..r I ) 'i: i — 4 I-S IN THE COUNTY~JODGE?' IN AND FOR DADE CO^S FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, r,. U la aESTATI: HE *' MAX s un i\ i %  ,.„, NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 inu Cla.moi i I^I* You. and each ol .. ^ I ni and i' %  < lainix .mil u>,, r ^ ^ -it her -f > .if-we eatate of MAX s late of Hade i County, ami I I. In thiraea '•:hi i-alendatT mouth'Ute sfl ..r J-nmn.i [be k_ of the csaii i„ e u ti.in Wime, Cfc.r.ses, Arfter Herks, ltt. ttSUVATIONS tEAUIREO CANTOS EU SAMUOS Maskjiach aa 'realises For Reservations Call X 1-0551 CEJWIN CAMPS ^g. "* Y POKT JEVI$, N.Y. i,.it, t A P irtlaL.. *.*? *.*? M 1 "**•" Haa MM1 tch^fsa,. M L tla^e, Qj,. 7 | W 47H. StJuLVlJ, !" Ja* 20 raratrgb Aaf.st I* tAh School NOTICE OF APPLICAT FOR TAX DEED Foe A .",4504 Chapter 10722 Acts ef NOTICE I.HERF.KY HIVEJ IOSEPH KEI.I.EHEl: h.-kter of' of Ilorida City T< hale >> No i:4 ixxu^.1 ttr -i day of '.tli IMS, ha* lii. i. and hae made apohcatkH I tax deed to be Issued ihereon. CeittriPat* embracex Ihe fsssM avrlbed property in I ir i'or Dade. State of RorM %  % %  < It I, UJo. k 41 H rkU I'roper. 1'Ut Bo. 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PAGE 12 B +JtniA State %  i (Uncial said here th.it V : %  % %  : %  :.\ tlpl I-r.ifl could •hem in a military showdown and made known that it ffH hi^ opinion that Israel probably could. Richard H. Sanger. chief public affair advisor to Assistant Secretary of State George V. Allen, told the Middle East Institute th it I-i.u-! holds the military upper hand because it is more technically ad\anced than the Arabs, many of whom he described as still living in the "Twelfth Century.'" Allies Released More Than 90 Percent of Nazi Criminals BONN' (\VNS>— All but 315 of the 3.657 Nazi war criminal^ who were jailed five years ago have been released by the three Western Allies, the United States. Great Britain and France, according to an announcement made this week by the Bonn Government. The lower House of Parliament was told by State Secretary Walter Hallstein that 158 are being held in war crimes jails in Germany and the remainder in jails abroad. Brandeis Professor Gets Grant for Cancer Research U U.THAM. Mass. — Nati c.inctr Institute oi the United States Public Health Ser\ .cNil • awarded a thr ee year grant of S28. 500 to Dr. Orne Friedman, ol Bran: Diversity, for research on th? syntheses of new cytotoxic %  An Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the university. Dr. Friedman is actively engaged in research related to the cancer problem. His work on the isolation of enzymes is being presently supported by a grant from the American Cancer Society Massachusetts Division. Rabbi Sues Kate Sheet Publisher for Libelous Remark NEWARK (WNS>— Mar. 14 was f-ot by the New Jersey State Supreme Court as the opening date ot a libel suit brought by Rabbi Joachim Prinz of this city against Conde McGinley, publisher of the anti Semitic sheet "Common Sense."' Dr Prinz charges he was libelled in 1952 when "Common Sense" described him as a "'red I rabbi who ua> put out of Gerj many because of his revolutionary and communistic activities." Biennial Convention of National Council Slated NEW YORK — Biennial convention of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Mar. 20 to 24 at the Hotel Roosevelt in New Orleans. Mrs Irving M. Engel. national president, announced here this week. Delegates from all parts of the United States, representing 245 Council Sections with a total membership of 108.000. will participate in the five-day proceedings. They will determine the policies and program of the organization and elect officers for the next two years. U.S.-Sponsored University in Israel Accepting Applications NFW YORK — Bar Ilan QatarHty the American University u Israel, inow accepting applications from prospective students 'he United States. Dr. Pinck: ChurgHI of New York City, nate of the n e w University, has announced. new University, the first sored and Ameri. Itemed universit) in i-r iel, 20 ;.t it. site near it Gan. ili suburb of Vviv, with undergraduate 1 u-ses to Bach lor of Arts • il Bachelor oi Scii nee di said Qualifications for prospective %  idents from the United States in.i hiah >thoni diploma working knowledge oi the Hebrew to Dr Jekuthi< I Girifcburg. editor oi the worldfamous 1 mathematics periodical, ipjta Mathematics." Dr. Ginsburg has been named chairman of the ci on admi* >i ms tnr American studi Mrs. Roosevelt Off to Israel NEW YORK—Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt departed via Pan-American Airways last week on a 24-day trip to Europe and Israel during which she will inspect various phases of welfare and resettlement ac tivities financed by the United Jewish Appeal, including the current emergency transfer of Jews from North African danger areas to safety in Israel. Mrs. Roosevelt, who is honorary chairman of the non-sectarian community committee for the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, will spend nine days in Israel observing the progress made since her first visit in 1953 Visa Fees Waived NEW YORK The Israel Con%  %  General here ami the Israel rial Tourist office announced Wednesday that an agreement has bad between the United and the I reel Governments lees tor their respective national! as from Mar. 15. The rrangement is the latest of a series of new facilities now enjoyed by the steadily growing number >.; visitors Co land from the United St. B'nai B'rith President Leaves for European Tour NEW YORK—Philip M. Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith. left I p.....i iii.i. for London. This v ill be his first stop on a six week trip during which he will visit L nai B'rith branches in France. Denmark. Belgium. Holland. Swit?<, lac \ and i Klutznick is scheduled to partici in the United Nations Conference of Non-Governmental Organos interested in Eradication of Prejudice and Discrimination which will be held in Geneva from Mar. 31 to Apr. 4.. In Israel, "here he will arrive in time for Passover, he will survey the progress of B'nai B'rith coloniea and other programs, On Apr. 18, he will dedicate the B nai B'rith sponsored Chain) Weizmann Rehabilitation Center for laraeli war veterans of the Tel-Ha homer VetHospital He will ;i!so confer with Israel President Ben Zvi and other government official Bonds Make Good Start Savings Bond sales in 1955 got off to a sensational start in Florida with almost a 30 percent gain over the opening month of 1954," it was reported this week by Harry H. Bassett, Dude Count* 1 Savings Bonds committee chairman. "The amount was $6,482,075," Bassett said. PERS0IAIIZE0 SERVICE "AKT" "MAUXY" "MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-M52 840 S.W. Bth Street fLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S MOSf BlAUTIfUL ItWISH FUNiRAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414 2W7 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI MITCHEtl JACOBY, M 9 r. Special Kiddush was dedicated at Sabbath so bers of the children's chorus under the direct the Year" and Center music director. Rabbi ,M to Berna Chasan, Barbara Fein, Mary Ellen Pi man. Bobbie Horwitz, Patricia Simon, Roberta cia Mack, Marvin Goldstein, Harriett Silversto Gale. Barbara Cohen, Toby Grossman, Edward back and Barbara Toback. Childrens' chorus by Mrs. J. Weiss. rvices of Coral Gables Jewish Center bj ion of Robert Strassburg, Miami's "Com orris Skop presented "Mit2vah Merit / %  %  her, Barbara Forman, Janet Baron, Judyl Fleishman. Renee Keller, Jay FinkelsteiL 1 ne, Annamarie Wechsler, Linda Rovin, Lieberman, Howard Rosenberg. 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HIW STUDY OF BARUCH SPINOZA Ii ^MwMU^kmd&aaa MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 18. 1955 SECTION B VOlUNTm FOR CJA LIFE-SAVING DUTY (-Day Will Bring Story of 55 Fund In Canvass of Greater Miami's Homes —• Combined Jewish Appeal Leaders Call On Community to Support Mar. 27 Effort MEYER CITED Home of Aged Jo Mark Tenth Anniversary Sur.( ay afternoon will be the oct.i-icir for celebration of the tenth ii;iniv. rsary of the Jewish Home fur the Aged on the Home's L, un al 151 NE 52nd st. Over 1.000 .re expected to attend to hear reports of the past year's kchievtments and future plans of |hc II me and to elect 20 members the board of directors. In speaking of the anniversary, \be Kurman, president of the R leclared that "although we pro thn e years away from our 13th lirthday, the day of Bar Mitzvah, vhen Jewish youth enters the litre-held of maturity and community responsibility, I am happy to Ly thai our chronological age is pi i measure of our developing mailing v. are proud of our accoml>ut more important br thi future is our sense of hunilily ,md appreciation for the luppii:: and encouragement we Live received from all segments of he community," Kurman said, I I tfcink v, have come of age. no longer interested in |uildii fur the mere sake of buldBuildings have meaning for us Inly ;.a means of providing more kmfi nable and satisfactory group pvinu : r our residents and to provide the necessary facilities for the ehal itation of our sick and inlapacitated. We are just as interl.-ted. perhaps more so, in helping lur community develop non-instituional services and facilities which help the senior citizen to renain ir the general community, the porma; environment—as long as |ossil e." Kurman paid tribute to the officer-, board members and leaders lncl members of the Women's Auxiliary for outstanding work. Other wficer> of the Home are Mrs. Isidor Pohen, founder; Harold B. Spaet, fconorary president; M. J. Kopelopitz. toard chairman; S. I. Bernpaum, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, and David Phillips, vice presidents; "chie Greenberg. treasurer; Mrs. 'se Krieger, recording secreContinued on Page 16 B Loan Association Reelects Schwartz What promises to be the highlight of their annual activities, will take place Sunday evening. Mar. 20, when the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association holds its annual installation dinner banquet at Beth El auditorium. The association was organized five years ago under the leadership of Isidore Schwartz. A prominent communal worker and civic leader, Schwartz is being installed for the fifth consecutive term as president. Under his personal leadership and direction, the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association has made numerous personal loans at no interest to many Miamians in dire need. Slogan adopted by the association is, "charity is one of the greatest deeds one can perform." Schwartz is presently serving on Continued on Page 3 B The giant campaign machinery directing the manapower forces in the Combined Jewish Appeal "CDay" drive is starting to roll, according to Sam J. Heiman, campaign chairman. Volunteer recruitment-sessions ; have been held in a score of homes | throughout Miami and Miami Beach during the past ten days, resulting in the enrollment of more than 1.000 of the "C-day" volunteers needed for the one day effort on Sunday, Mar. 27. Miami Beach chairman, Burnett Roth and Miami chairman Harry Gordon say that at least 1,000 additional workers must be recruited in the next nine days in order to insure coverage of the thousands of prospective contributors on "CD.iv Constituent member organizations of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation have been asked by Roth and Gordon to enlist quotas from their ranks to serve several hours on "C-Day." and there has been a heartening response from these groups, they indicate. A good number of 'C-Day'' workers were enrolled at the special community meetings conducted at Temple Beth Sholnm on Tuesday of this -week, and at Beth David Congregation on Wednesday evening. Following dynamic talks by Dr. Louis L. Kaplan of Baltimore, many hundreds of "C-Day" workers signed volunteer cards indicating they would give two hours on Sunday, Mar. 27, to CJA. "We are well on our way past cial campaign," said Heiman. u he the million dollar mark in this cruurged the mass enrollment of workers for "C-Day." "Men, women, and young folks all have a stake in the results of our CJA campaign. The continued free services at Mt. Sinai Hospital, the instructional programs of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the aid to the aged and the family all depend on the success or failure of this drive," he declared. Among some of the major national organizations which have guaranteed an all-out effort on "CDay" are: B'nai B'rith, Anti-Defamation League, Bureau of Jewish Education. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Hillel. Jewish Social Service Bureau, Miami Beach Zionist District, Mt. Sinai Hospital Pink Ladies and many other well known groups. Mayor Abe Aronovitz signs a volunteer card to indicate he will work on Combined Jewish Appeal "C-Day," Sunday, Mar. 27. Harry Gordon (ricjht) is chairman of the door-to-door solicitation in Miami in which some 2,000 volunteers are expected to participate. The drive passed the million dollar mark last week and is well on its way toward the 1955 goal of $1,350,000. ?ulpits Open to CJA Leaders Friday Loaders of Greater Miami Jewry will occupy the pulpits of Jewish temples throughout Miami and Miami Beach on Friday, Feb. IS, to toll the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal and its world-wide program of help. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will speak at Temple Israel. Subject of his address will bo "C-Day, Community Day." Ho will be introduced by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader. At Tifereth Israel, Harry Simonhoff, Miami attorney, world traveller, author and Jewish scholar, will speak on the subject "A Federation Sabbath—Our Tradition of Helping Our Brother." At Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Loon Kronish will participate in the Federation Sabbath speaking on the subject "C-Day—A Day of Giving and Working." According to an announcement by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, president of the Creator Miami Rabbinical Association, there will be unanimous participation in the Federation Sabbath by all synagogue* in the aret. Members of various congregations will be urged to serve as volunteers for a few hours in the mass "C-Day" door-to-door drive on Sunday, Mar. 27, when every Jewish family in Miami and Miami Beach will be visited and asked for their gift to the CJA life-campaign. Chairman of the "C-Day" drive in Miami Beach is Councilman Burnett Roth. Harry Gordon will direct the "C-Day" campaign in the City of Miami. Dr. Kurt Alexander Visits Miami lor Talks With Community Spokesmen on Federal West German Indemnification Law Miami Beach City Councilmen enroll as volunteers in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shc-- UP endorse the humanitarian fund drive which supports 55 ingtltunootv Hm Mcryot Th s!£ pir Proclaim.'^ Simday "Mclr~27""as""c Day." Seated" "(left to right) are Judge Harold chn!t yor Shapiro.Marcie Libennan and Lee Powell. Standing are Harold Turk, C Day chaii m an, Burnett Roth and Bernard Frank. Jewish Floridian Feature Dr. Kurt Alexander was in Miami this wee-k to discuss with local leaders the problem of restitution to individual victims of Nazism. Officially, Dr. Alexander is administrator of the United Restitution Organization — an agency which represents the cases of those who are financially unable to pay for legal aid in the process of seeking indemnification from West Germany and is entirely financed by the Conference on Jewish Material | Claims Against Germany. During the course of his vi-it Monday and Tuesday, the scholarlylooking gentleman—who received his Doctor of Laws at the University of Heidelberg and practiced 1n Krefeld until the mid-thirties, when he was imprisoned by the Nazis in Dachau—filled a number of appointments with individual Miami claimants, lectured to local Continued on Pago 16 B



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PAGE 4 A *Jei&fkrtMt*r, ^^_MARCH18., vJemst fknJijr During The Week.. ..\ I S t, „. .—OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street %  S-tS^i Telephone. 2-1141 2-8212 e %  y LEO MINDLIN --11 i kit nil li t t* %  %  • U' Tac-rtfta*** li iu a i lfr • < %  % % %  • — %  -U rats"t f i fclU Wrt*%  %  —— _.__,. __ — .. .... it* %  vei-i s* 9SCiPTlC' HATES: OK v*.U T "* Ve JUST IN case anyone has forgotten, Mr. Bernard Raton ...ant to the Republican National Committeemore specif-'*' nr on Jewi'h affairs to the Admit s ., me "* sultant to the Republican National Committee—more u %  or on Jewish affairs to the Admit. s-.rr.e tmu. gained a considerable amount of notoriety by accusing th ^ FRED KSHOCHET B**cr :?.. she: LEO MINDLIN News Editor :2v March 18. 1955 — B Number 11 Adar 24 5715 Spokesman m*r. Jernegan Kisses the Point-Of Course 3r.e .nprececentod] -. : .. _. A conierence VN :Vri='.v" < 3 sen he 3~ %  !rr;e". = .r.re := :-"-: r.35 r-e*3 z MlMMA| appraise tr.e "3-r.r re-_3tanv 33 nrerer. :e = 5 ocr-• ri c Jewry roncemed tbesnsel -: = rr-r-cpdry In thus ser. :.:ve 3-e-en con:.n s t3r-*rrr: rr.e -~:.-.r %  :-4: -Jewish sn %  •-"er e*-.r.3 :.;: 3 z.-'er derr.or.rr—: rts purpose *us — ereiy to hsten. i_sr_i; zz.d —.ve zz pent zi v-.ew thr-ec3-s 3 z dress befcr? T ::r_J*reoce of Jewh leaders preMHtec : _7--. -r-.::= :r. the Near Eos' ::r.r:ve: 3rual obser.'r: merely rsncerned with Ae assurance -..-. z;usr.ce wJI be done there. It failed miser:: .• %  : • ?-• :-: %  :::.ve ::r:tr.ru:.o:: I :•;:.-._::r.30lwlf—was bhnd to the :: '." S wu_r.cr:ess to accept Arab in:.rr..3 3-_:: ..-. re -am* :: 3 r.eve:-:c-r.e-3:r..ev€-3 .-_-33 cooparattOB, with Israel the scapegoat A 3:p-e:_ zz _3cverr.%  _-. pc_s-rtr-ere-d -.:vrr.33e :y 'STT^^-rr:=r.:3r. foreign ~-.z: 3-3 .r.. 3.* 3-3 ~" ** %  -: -.-.-..-. 3. ": zzzez: ..-. C-Doy Needs You S_333y Ma -.s t3e 33te cr: wrt.rh Combined Jewish Appeal volunteers wdl make their direct door-to-door solicitation for funds to meet the 1955 goal for S1.S58.000. Current {-.cures place pledges thusfar at somewhere over the million mark, but there can be no slackening of effort on the part of the community -J the goal set at the beginning of the campaign is to be achieved. This means that the Sunday door-to-door sc:r.*.a_oo C Day is a BOM during wruch tr.e _3.3.v-d_3. Miarr.iar; 333. share :r. the 3rave respoasibihty of gathering support for the local 333 33-.333. 3ge3_3.es whose procrcrr.s ccr.tribute so much both to the Miami and American Jewish scenes. -s also the time during which each o! us can help Israel in her desperate hour of need. Combined Jewish Appeal leaders estimate that 3,000 volunteers will be needed for a successful C Day" effort. In this regard, it should be remembered that an essential part of supporting Miami's CJA includes volunteering to work in some facet of the dr.ve. It seems to us that "C Dcy' offers a splendid opportunity for volunteer workers to bring the story of the Combined Appeal to residents here Current events in the Near East should be enouc pur ecrh of us in our individual eflort to rr.u.-te the 1955 CJA campaign successful Tne Gaza battle, the Arab League's promjse of a second round. Egypt Premier Nasser s boast this week that Israel did not wm the 1948 war and that "we shall make up for the past knowing we are defending our fatherland —all this must he in our minds as we volunteer oxservices for Miami s "C Day" effort on Mar. 27. ,. -' "? ** volunteering will a firm answer to the Arab world 1 tare to May. The amour.needed to achieve the 1355 Q ocl will se tonefor tr.e Mangth of that answer Jewish press of demonstrating a shocking lack of -vmpath ^" government's foreign policy. On the face of it. t! "" tenng observation, since the criticism the American Jewish ^L leveled against Mr. Katzen's employers stemfrom a kind? national diplomacy that would make any observer un^vrnD-ts, 1 But this Republican Party expert went even further He threatened the English-Jewish press with nefanouif"vajnJ 11 quences should its attitude remain unchanged. Were Mr Kat quently not chastened by private coaching from hiparty, \^1 in such traditions as the right to free expression, one might on mise that U.S. foreign policy in the Near East is a direct resuHrfj decision to teach the likes of me a lesson. Since that timt | j been principally engaged in the vast task of mendinz his feneejjLl peeping out from behind his desk on propitious occasions to tol? clemency of the political atmosphere. Some of this testing has involved sending items to editors c papers throughout the nation, in which the Republican Party to be anything but what it is. Most of them have warranted M! ment whatever, as I see it There wa. for example, the recent %  of Solicitor General Simon Sobiloff. in which the Maryland Ren* a staunch party man of long standing, "went on record" in nun matters pertaining to Israel. One was meant, of course, to asm] Judge Sobiloff's observations constitute official I" S foreign MM In this regard, both Mr. Katzen and Judge Sobiloff perforwil taskadmirably: they played the political puppet for an AdminkH that 1rightfully concerned over an outraged American Jewuki munity—a community that has seen in action our State Den giddy sale of Israel down the river. Now. this nai\e public n technique of which the Sobiloff profile appears to be a prototn tainly is effective as a sales stimulant on its face. But when Mr u boasted about the Solicitor General's promise several months ip] our government was in the process of reevaluating /,. confiueri hip> to the nations of the Near East, he could invite no pnrfj than the compelling force of his memorandum. Indeed, MI event] have shown that both he and Judge Sobiloff were alsotn EXTENDED COMMENT is however due in the ca-e of 1 Mr Katzen recently distributed nationwide. There, he presentsih to the New York Times, written on Feb 14. in which he reviews 1 patch from New Delhi filed by C L. Sulzberger two da>eariief Sulzberger's wire to his newspaper expresses the belief that ovi tion in Asia has been deteriorating steadily in the face of h*a\yi munist gains. According to the Times correspondent th.trend 1 reversed only when Democratic Party participation :-jnificarf created in the determining echelons of f.S. foreign policy. In essence. Mr. Sulzberger's position is a reexpre-iun of tkti rent Chester Bowles demand to assure a "bipartisan poltcj bad at lea*t three-fourths of the American people." Now. thijusti appear proper to Mr. Katzen. whose letter to The New York' resents an effort to prove that, such Democratic Part\ pa.m. would be nothing less than detrimental to our aimin Asa. Bowles proposal." he writes, "is not an unmixed blessing as loaf 1 Democratic Party is dominated by an element which adheres toi| of white supremacy" One may readily agree with Mr. Katzen when he argues '— peoples of Asia and Africa must look with suspicion upon tkti because of past memories of European oppression and domii is also easy to agree with him when he observes that these are mainly responsible for the aloofness of the Asians and • to the Western democracies and for their facile acceptance of ul K St P. ropaganda Taking the position that the United States mil the We-tern World in convincing the Far East that it tands hrl determination and the equality of all races. Mr. Katrer. ateunflM eludes that "it i< questionable whether the representativeof the cratic Party can lend credence to this type of policv In effedj would have us believe tha! all bigots, ail white %  premaey chaw are members of the Democratic Parly and that his own political! ization >uffers from no such blight. One need, of course, only think back to the very day on whki[ Sulzberger filed his dispatch at New Delhi—Feb 12. Lincoln > brl —and recall what happened here in Miami, when a RepublicanL tribute to the Great Emancipator's memory broke up with a ne-j because Negroes had been invited to attend. This w uld rer precisely the kind of isolated and destructive political spirit' cau>ed Mr Katzen to note that the Democrats in Congr< — throujH Southern wing, are firmly committed to a policy of white supres* ONE CAN note in a similarly questionable spirit that t"l Rights Cases, when Republican Rutherford B. Hayes uain off.lj unconstitutional the 1875 act "to Protect All Citizenin rhe:r CidJ Legal Rights." thus, in effect, denying the Negro hiconst"! guarantees despite the fact that slavery had been abolished. Ema !Ti K a,Mn ne might also P 0 '" 1 t0 th€ Republicanillicit" abolition, as the eminent American writer Charles Bird h> Iout. "to wnng one more President** from the folds of battiest garment that was the Civil War. These are principal indications that it is unintei!: on party lines in the matter of bigotrv. It would hi nor -sider that the emerging role of the Negro in lcar -nificant for the second time in Jr bistort! and fifth decades of this centurv-a period r*{* dominated by the Democratic Party and one in whuh the Des* assumes the role of saint or rfaner with reg** -t of economic and sociology issues. In %  *•**. for Mr Katzen to recall that the civ:! ""Jfl ^ n 1W8. with the a fr years earlier And WJJL crane ^ nd c,vl1 "** %  P !" P*' ^^L^iH bw£-JS a noinm its •>•< of power in 2"! f !? L^"K \ COr !" t when •* ch "8e that Ihe Southern D*** % | swavT.^ g s,ubbora y "* effort of President Ei>enrjor-." _rtL s ** r OB "d inequalities in the treatment of <*-* %  ot the non white races." v that fh! S iteB *' •* for Mr. Katzen to convince *J inat uw present Administration is mainly responsible for U ". fim^^!S_-T e R *P*>lican P*rty inherited these f ST JL?T*_£' 0rr 1 -*l the -* %  Ju,t *L* TT.J2S!! P** o* the conflict within the ft* ^ now t ora themaeree* bseame M was given to


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PAGE 6 A Miss Witte Becomes Mrs. San ton! Roberts In Double Ring Rites Mr. and Mrs Sanford B Roberts after their honeymoon in Havana. will return to Orlando, where Mr. Roberts is regional supervisor for the Guarantee Reserve Life Insurance Company of Hammond. The bride. Miss Se'.ma was given in marriage by her parand MrAaron .-.s .„ .. .• m 27 it a wedding reception in the I :inor. Rar,' d at the douUe riflf. reremony. ended by Be.-ko. Brookl.vr. NY %  Lodin Broc/. .the pa Mr I F.-ee-i %  ir hmMwj r. bride %  pc Plans Summer Wedding ... %  ; -.--.--. M..-.. Beach. I their R Franco. PraeA.i jraduated i: ami Bt -. School and atl Alabama. -h-i' vice r ~ rority. a %  • Date team. Taj Kappa Alpha, honorary' debate Iram : Mangle, woman's > e r. ice honor=rj (rgaa .zat ion. At : attending Den; giene School at the University of Alabama Medical Center in Mr Franco graduated from Sidney Lar.ier High School in Mont| -fry ar.d attended the University of Alabama, where he was president of Kappa Ho, social fraternity, a member of Alpha Eps-ilon Delta, honorary pre-medical and dental fraternity, and Scabbard and Blade, hono rar y military fraternity He is now a junior in dental school at the University of Alabama medical center, where he is a member of XI P-i Phi dental fraternity. A summer wedding is planned '.loan Lipsitz Troth To Physician Told Yr and Mr'•'• I-'P 1 '-" ^ announce the •heir daughter. Joan anlev J Ruzow. son and Mrs. Joseph Ruiow. D-\ton. O The bride-elect was an honorary member of the Miami Independent Cam; *' ,Be P***" t V IJpaati it a librarian in the Public Library of Miami Dr Ru2ow :a veteran of World VTar d in the Navy operator in the South Pacific He received his medical degree from the College of MediState L'ahrersttj r>r a i member of Phi Delta n medical fraternity and Zeta ran social fraternity He inthe General Hospital in and was resident physi• Jackson Memorial Hospital He I* now practicing medicine .-•ni. The wedding date has been set for May 29 Ardmore Mitt imm UptHi Miss Gleizer \\V(| S Paratrooper Here %  ^WlBangaru,,^ was the scene .: •-, Vv riage of Mus D:r., r,^ "H Sid I. Herman Ra bb £** Swirsky officiated. Mrs. Heyman p 5 r, n(s ar? J and Mrs. LouiSi er. a a%e The Bridegi lft| Mr. and Mr^ SW 14th ter Miss Claire Fahrei w, honor Best man A. \;. man. twin hrotl ; ^ ^ groom. Bobby Rii %  Aa .. bearer. After a rece: rant, the couplt left a w trip to Fort Cam| K> the bridegroom is •tationed paratrooper. n. Imttr4 J. r**rt Mrs. Isidore Cohen Presents Bar Mitzvah With Prayer Book Wber. David Leo Harris, son of | Mr ard Mr Moms J Hams % %  Bar Mitrvah Saturday at the ;ces of the West Miami Jewish Center MrIsidore Cohen presented him with a Bible in behalf of the Sisterhood. In 1932. as president of Beth • : S:-terhood. Mrs Cohen pre led David's mother, then Shirley Ru*cnthal. with a prayer book at her Confirmation Services Th:prayer book was used by David father to chant the Kiddush at Friday services. At the Bar Mitrvan services Rab-1 bi Alfred Waxman commended David's grandmothers. Mrs Sophie Rosenthal and Beckie Ranis, for \J jss Breitl)OI*(l Met encouraging David in Jewish learn J-. • ing riance on Vacation Also present were girlhood While vacationing in Florida last friends of Mrs. Harris, most of winter. Irene Breitbord of Worceswhom belonged to the Onyx Club. ter. Mass met her future husband. Miss Irtmt BnHk*4 tUt. Htmti Weiait*clr Kirsches Reveal .Ianice's Marriage Mr and Mrs. Herman Kir-ch an an active group in Miami year* ago Among them were the Mesdames Evelyn Marks Clem. Rose Dubler .Toback. Nellie Shaff Kaplan. Rose Gerscn Racklin. Jane Gerson Rosen. Ethel Mintzer Shulman and Sylvia Rachick Leiter Also among guests were Mr and Mrs. Herman Marks. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Aronoff They will be married in June in Worcester. Irene is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Breitbord. Worcester. Leonard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Aronoff. 2273 SW 27th ter. The bride-elect graduated from the Worcester High School of Commerce and the Elizabeth Oliis Charles Marks. Mrs. Herman Wa... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman. Mr. Academy of Cosmetology. EafASS-f" wem s'SLT a ndMr %  "*"" N a,e SS"S ^i^J^ ^b < SS£bTHY" Si1-K ^^ Sunday morning m^ S8.a£&.£ f£XJLZZ s 1 the br.de I breakfast. Morns Brooks presented administration student ,n Miami David with a Prayer Book in be The couple will make their home the Minyon group. in Mia mi after th e wedding. Kpstein, Brown Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs Joseph Epstein, of Rochester. N. Y.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn Bemice. to Lloyd Brown Miss Epstein. 537 San Lorenzo. Coral Gables, is a graduate of the I Diversity of Miami and is teaching in the David Fairchild Elementary School She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi. national educational fraternity. •Mr Brown is the son of Mr and MrAndrew Brown. 2757 SW 34lh 'i-ved three years in the toast Guard now attending the University .; Miami home City, with a reception last Sunday at the Algiers hotel, where 150 persona were present. After a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the newlyweds are returning to Kirksvalle. Mo., where the groom attends the College of Osteopathy and Surgery. The bride is a graduate of Hunter -e and New York University and intends to take up teaching. Mr Weinstoek'i parents operate retail -hopin Miami Beach. Mrs. Kugelman Marks 86th Birthday nds arrived in profu-ion las! %  ailing Wednesday when MrBella Kugelman celebrated her 86th birthday. Mrs. Kugelman lives at 40! West Rivo Alto dr.. Rivo Alto Island. Miami Beach. Her daughter. Mrs Sue Tohrner. on hand for the celebration, too. Two tons traveled here for the big event. C. D Kugelman and bis wife arrived from Elkins Park, Pa to be house guests at his mother's home. Another son. E. M. Kugelman. and his wife of Jacksonville were guests of the Mitchell Wolfsons. Miss Shirley Bill Shirley Bill Plans New York Rites Mr. and Mrs Jack Bill 2480 SW I 23rd st announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Bar ; n ard Schmtzer Bis parenti Mr I and Mrs. I. Schnitzer, are New Yorkers. fcv Mitt Irit faarae Mitchell Alan Born Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich, 3666 SW 15th st.. announce the j birth of their son. Mitchell Alan. | The wedding will take olaee in Feb. 8. at Doctors Hospital. Mrs. New York place ,n Horwich is the former Sonya PalThe bride-elect is a 1954 ara rt„ lot. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ate of Wh.tefield School 1 M. T. Horwich. Oak Park, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, 701 SW ave., Miami. 47th ate fiance ittfield School. Her received his Bachelor of c3.i". NY 0 """ fr0m Bro kl >" Miss Klkin Marries I Jo Elkin was marned to Marvin Schemmel Feb. 27 Har Zion Temple. Philadelphia, The bride is ihe daughter of Mr. and MrMax Elkin, Mt. Clemens. Mich, and Miami Beach Mr Schemmel %  parents are Mr. and •Mr. Jo seph Vhemmel. Merion. Pa. New Daughter Born A new daughter has joined the family „f Mr and Mrs. Mel Rich Mr Hrand Pwnts are Mr. and MH AI Kichardson. Goodman Birth Mr and Mrs. David Goodman announce the birth of their son. Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs Morns Goodman. Mrt. W /. Mermaa r • a. Mra. Robert Roesing. of Hi Alto Island, wears a ro colored evening gown at j Westview Country CluL !unoj tion. Mr. and Mrs Re and their daughter are | mer Chicagoans. who naff live in Miami the year-rjua* 1 h,lr" If***



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tY MARCH 18, 1955 LEGAL N0TIC1 ,kt •""V'/iV.Vo.unlv. Florida. LrnN M. BEIOBt %  2aIfoVARPlIc** -%1er St. Il-ll-ii l^CE ^ N |' LA F J tf CT,T,0U • rriCE 18 HCTBBT GIVEN that ,n urn -r the fictitious name of ".*?,." jF'NFItAl. IIOSPITA1, at in lh Vtr-.-t. Miami. Florida. BrwrwKMr %  ald nnn "' "."M 1 !!' T^l th? Circuit Court of Dade l^EWATER HOSPITAL* lC •j.tle owner ,,,-v ;KK>; •< HI-KHIS %  SSifor Edfewatsr Hoapital. Inc. |KJ!|rli ..:il. Miami B4ch, Ha. I-ll-S LEGAL NOTICE lenlsti thrHttr PAGE 15 B •by (hi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34211A NOTICE TO CREDITOR*. To All Creditor* and All Peraonti Having; Clalma or Demands Against Said %  state: You, and each of you, are her notified and required to present claim* and ssinanM srhjch JQU, either of you, may have aKaltiiit .„ estate of I.KA MARNOF/F, deceased late of I>ade County. Florida, to the Hon. FRANK UOWUNn, County Judge of Dade County, and file the name In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Saiil claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented an aforesaid, or same will be barred Baa .Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date February 23. AD. 1953. ARTHl'R 8ARNOFF. An Kxecutor of the Last Will %  nd Testament of I..EA HAKNoFF, Deceased SEYMOCR CF.LBEIt Attorney for Arthur Sarnoff 3/4-11-18-25. LEGAL NOTICi IOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS r""' NAME LAW LTK'K IS HKREBY OIVKN that Lnocrslsned. desiring to engage In E !" un.l.r the fictitious name of Er TV SERVICE, at 5176 N.W Teoln Rd. • %  3/4-11-1' NOTICE BV PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OJ RIDA IN AND FOR DADE NTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 17SM7 [. SYLVESTER, Plaintiff. J BYLVESTER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE [VITA J SYIA'KSTER |c o I.eah D*Elia tffl Hudson lloiilevard Jersv City, New Jersev II, VITO J SYLVESTER, are kv Butifieil that a Bill of Com%  for Divorce has been filed 1st you, and you are required to Eft cf'py of your Answer or PleadIn th Hill of Complaint on the Jtilis Attorhey, NORMAN R. V Olympia Building. Mlli:, Florida, and file the original FT or neailinp In the office of rirk of the Circuit Court on or in.2tth day of March. ISr.r.. '.*\\ to do so, judgment by devil! be taken against you for .relief demanded In the Bill of JhJat Is notice shall be published once [week for four consecutive weeks %  IK JKW1SH FI.ORIDIAN. %  XE AND nni'KRKD at Miami, da. this list day of February. E R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By JOAN C"l'KNOYER. liiit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk WAX R. LYONS >ney f.. r Plaintiff plympia lliillding, Miami 32, Fla. l-ll-is IN THE COUNTY JURGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34327-B In Re: ESTATF7 OF JACOB L. HAIKIMKKY. also known as JACOB RADOMSKY. a/k/a JACK RAIKiMKKY. a/k/a JACOB RODOMHKY, NOT.CE TO CREDITORS^ To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you are herebynotified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of JACOB Lu RADOMSKY, also known a* JACOR RADOMSKY. a/k/a JACK RADOMSKY tc, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firm publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 733.1C of the 1945 Probate Act. Date February 17. A.D. 1955. HERBERT SHAPIRO. As Administrator C.T.A. of the estate of JACOB U RADOMSKY etc. lieceased. BFTRICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED Attorneys for Administrator. C.T.A. 2/25 — J/4-11 IS ,., ,. N PTJ CE TO CREDITORS N THE C DNTY JUDGES' COURT ir, .£*.? f OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34530-B In Re: FIST AT F'. i >F' SAMUEL 8ARSON. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons HavKstaV '" "* ln: ,u Aajsinat Said You. and each of you, are hereby notified aiuf rwnslrad to uresent any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of SAMVEL SASSONT deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judgea of Dade County, and file the same in their of H ee ," '2 ,no County Courthouse In Dad e County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal .address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will lie barred. Date March Sth, A_D. 1955. BEN SIPKUJ As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of SAMCEL SASSON, Deceased PHILIP V SALMON Attorney for BXsCUtor 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 3/1I-1S-25 — 4/1 LEGAL WnCE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN INCERY. No. 176M2 IVENIA r.RlFFIN HALE. Plaintiff, IRQE MATTHEW HALE. .1 P. Li.-..IVfendanl. INOTICE BY PUBLICATION ISV'RiiK \i vrriiKW HALE, .nt Carolina %  • iiorififd that n ComI. vorce has been filed %  nd Mm are required R> r i-ni .,( \..inAnswer on the Robert II Trnuril iPonl Building. MlI fil, the orlrlnnl U • Office of the Clerk of ui on or before the J" %  •" day of Mm-, h, 1MB, ..in. r! %  In said ComnUInt [ ken as onfeasi .1 \vern yourself accordingly. l '• l' I • i.i larjr 21. 19SR E n I.EATHERMAN. ( lerk ..f t),p circuit Court Ml M U SToCKIN ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ilTlri., NAM E LAW Ju£.j? HEREBY fJIVF.N that B?* r 1 •-•'• '<""lng to eniage I B\" ,';'•,': ""' fictitious name r lMtarrd Q '," !S ,' '" '"* S W Rl L iTd' ''"' %  "• '" register sal B, CE V NDEn FICTITIOUS DTlnB. N ME LAW %  „,,.,.. %  ^ HEREBY niVFTN that MII.M:K I; K. CASC.M.HK.N %  'gJLDw I %  Meant fcl-jlfg* 1 s • Miami. Fla. I 07 '" NAK?I1 f CT.T.OU^ S^at-ifcCi, ",', d name 'h the H li JU.IUU ( url of '""'• '^""BR^* 0 "". Owner ling IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 25239 RE: ESTATE OF JI'LIA F: KF:LLKR, also known as JULIA ELIZABETH KICLLEK. I>eceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL. DISCHARGE \'i IT1CE is hereby given that I have filed inv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Fixecutor of the estate of JlIJA E. KELLER, also known as JI'LIA ELIZA RETH KELLER deceased: and that on the 31st dav of March, 1935. will apply' to the Honorable W. F\ BLANToN. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aa Executor of the Estate of .H'LIA E. KELLER. also known as JI'LIA ELIZABETH KELLER, deceased This :3rd dav of February, I9.i.>. ELMER E KELLER PALLOT. SILVER MI'LIA>Y Attorneys for F:xecutor 701 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 3/4-11-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKKKRY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COUNTY CAC. at 469 N.E. 25Jhi St.. Intends to register said nnjne with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ''"""•>' KI r "K,ClAHI. KENNE.-V 3/4-11-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ._, NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ''V,"' 1 ""-,."'^;';,.',' VERTICAL I1LIVD CO (il Fl.f'UIHA. g| lS-lsT-Ia N E. Mad m Miami, intend to rei-ter said name with the Clerk of h Circuit ouii of Dad* County. Florida. MAXWKI.I, I. WEISl:Elt<: l,EONARD IIE1N 3, %  11-18-25.— 4 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS H^KEiC W (;iVFN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ,"".'• NYLON %  JKTERMINATORH. at 16U Alton ltd.. Miami PM£"t |l J n ?fSfc ', register said name with the clerk Of the Circuit Court ot Dade County. '•''" rlrt CHARLES TA1BL LEONARD KA1.ISH Attornev for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldg. 3/11-18-26 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under thn flclltloii*'fame ol I'LAMINC.o Ml'SlC, at 8602 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Intends to register said nami with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or l%d. County, ^'.'TEU ZAKZVCK I MAX iv ENOEL, ES}> JlKtoa of Dad.County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for flnal discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of MORRIS DELTSJCH. do '""his I6h ay T ^N.E U DE'uTSCH HAROLD SOLOMON Attorney f..r Administratrix 2/25 — 3/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177296 ETTA f'Ol'RTMAN HCIHTZ.MAN. Plaintiff, vs. HARRY SCHL'TZMAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY HCHI'TZMAN 251 Amboy Street. Brooklyn, New York You, HARRY SOHCTZMAN, 251 Amboy Street, Brooklyn, New York, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneys. MTERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN. 650 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Uth day of April, 1955. Jf you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JF:WLSH FLORIBIAN. IK)NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 7 day of March. A.D. K. II. I.EATHERMAN. tlerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By JOAN COI'RNOYEU. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN KAI'LIN Attorne-s for Plaintiff 50 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida 3/II-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177422 HERMAN E. COOPER, r.aintiff. vs. EDNA MAR COOPER, Defen.Unt SUIT 1UR DIVORCE To: EDNA MAE COOPER 326 N. 12lh 8treet l'lvi-nlx. Arlcona You are hereby notified that a I'.ill Of i omplaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to isrve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, 2518 West Fhtgler Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of April, 1955. If you rail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you-for the relief demanded In the Billot Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week ror rour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this loth day or March. A.D. 19".:.. F .. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Curl. liaile County, Florida By M. C. ORBBN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorns) for Plaintiff 2518 W. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida 3/18-25 — 4/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREI'.Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BULLY'S BAR, (it 166 N.E. 54th St.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. M. J. SULLIVAN OERTRl'DE P. SI'LIJVAN fHole Owners) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicants 2518 W. Flagler St.. Miami, Florida 3/18-25 — 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIF:RF;BY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of E & J PACKAGE STORE, nt 7029 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fin., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County, Plot-Ma. MORRIS I) GOLDBERG (Sole Owner) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant JMS w Flagler St.. Miami, lla I IS-SC — 4/1-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SANTA BARBARA HOTEL APARTMENTS, at 230 20th Street. Miami Hearh, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CA.NVII-LK REALTY OF FLORIDA. INC. KOVNER A MANNHEIMKK Attorneys tor Canville Realty of Florida. Inc. 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 178B14) MOLLIE GINSBERG, Plaintiff PHILIP GINSBERG. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PHILIP GINSBERG 1212 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach. Florida You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint ror Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a Copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of ComptaJnt on the plaintiffs Attorney, F'RF.DF.RK K A RESNICK. 16350 Blscayne Blvd., North Miami Reach, Fla.. P. O. Box lL'X. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offlcs of the ( lerk of the Circuit Court on oi helore the 28th dav of Mar. h. I95J If vol. fail ,,, do BO, Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of omplaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks m THE JEWISH Fl.oHIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida. this 18 th day of F>l.ru.uy. A I'. ISJJ. B I.ICATHEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida gy M C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal. DgPUW C,er FREDERICK A. RESNICK Attorney for Plaintiff lS3(i Blscayne Blvd.. North Miami Beach. Fla. P, o. Box 128 2'25 — 3/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1T74C3 AN.\F:MARIE VAZQUEZ, llalntlff. vs. HENRY A. VAZQUEZ, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HF:NRY A. VAZQCF:Z, C/o Ablno Vasquex, 1216 Evergreen Avenue, Bronx 72, New York. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for IHvorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS. HKIMAN & KAPLAN, 650 Seybold Huilding, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Sth day of April, ISM. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND 0HDF:RF:D at Miami, Florida, this 9th day of March, A.D. 1955. F:. B. LF:ATHF:RMAN. Clerk, Circuit Oourt, Dade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIO.V Hint the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name, of LF: PARI8IEN LE PARISIKN RESTAURANT 1 RANCAIS at 474 41st Street. Miami Beach, ini. nds (.. register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LE PARISIF-.N. INC. A Florida Corp. THEODORE I. 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IV. MARCH 18, 1955 Ul| AIDS JtTH SHOLOM AND COMMU NITY'S NEEDY indmothers Prove Their Talents Gracefully + lm>lstonrirU~, r PAGE 11 A L youngesl affiliate of Tem,ih Sholom is composed of i,,,., members, but they call L elves -Thc-Young-at-Heart. tndmothers of the Sisterr„f Temple Beth Sholom reorganized themselves into Cparale group, under the Wnship "i' M". George Co, M.III Kabbi Leon Kronish. Lgl | ea der "f Beth Sholom, Er mentor and adviser. _,,,,,:, meets every Mon%  n the Temple patio to sew I ,,,.,. things with their a month, they have ben meeting to which the general public is invited and for which they plan a special program. Recently, Dr. Samuel Gertman. geriatrics expert, talked to them on "How to Grow Old Gracefully," and on Monday, March. 21, Gertrude Estill, physical education expert, will address them on the importance of recreation and exercise for senior citizens. "TheYoung-at-Heart" have undertaken an ambitious program to be carried through during the course of the year. They plan to keep the Temple's scrapbooks and historical documents; to visit sick and shutins; to visit hospitals and visit with those who have no friends or relatives in the city; to supply a sitter-service for Temple members; to help provide refresh ments for Temple functions and serve as hostesses. Many of these plans have already been implemented. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of Sisterhood, and Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the PTA of Beth Sholom, both serve as exofficio members of the group and cooperate with them in all their endeavors. Beth Tfilah to Receive Gift of Scroll Sunday Mrs. Sqjjia Smelansky and her They are giving the Scroll of sons, Samuel Smilan and Lawrence Smilan, and daughter, Dorothy Friedman, will present a Sefer Torah, to Congregation Beth Tfilah on Sunday, Mar. 20. Law in memory of their husband and father. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and president Israel Diamond will accept the Scroll on behalf of the congregation. fc id ing-at-Heart" group meets with Rabbi Leon Kronish (extreme right). Seated are the Mesfs Elona Brown, Julia Wexler, Margaret Berkowitz, Clara Gold and Rense Goldhaber. jing are the Mesdames Ann Lowry, Sylvia Kaplan. Delia Applebaum, Hattie Danerhirsh, Cohen, Marguerite Goodman, Dorothy Pine and Camille Baum. Society Meeting Due Friday Meeting of the Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will be held on Friday evening, Mar. 18, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spool, 610 NW 22nd ave. Moses Meyer will read a lecture on "Compensation," and a class in public speaking will be conducted by Mrs. Julie Hutner. Israel Film to be Shown Ben-Gurion Branch, Farband, will hold a meeting Wednesday evening, Mar. 23, at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Irvin M. Sacks, president, said that a showing of the color film, "Faces of Israel," is scheduled. I Leon Kronish, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the P.T.A., ^George Cohen, chairman of the Young-at-Heart group, rs Irving B. Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood, at a relonday morning sewing session. eon at Gables Center m luncheon will be preat the Coral Gables Jewish Center by the Sisterhood on Wednesday noon, Mar. 30. Mrs. Joseph Gittleman and Mrs. Herbert Goldberg are co-chairmen. II! Sygorine THE PERFECT SUGAR FLAVOR CONCENTRATED SWEETENER FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pore — fUnnlec* — economic*! Guaranteed Non-Fattening •HESU6ARlN Ef I %  I | AVAILABLE fAUABLE AT CM BO Coed Safely by People of i Any AKO. f Eao It On the Table — UM It for Cooktnjt. t Iropa will gweetcn 1 cap •* eoMao or U 4-Oz. Size Bottle .. Only 75c AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE Cantor Joseph W. Malek, lyric tenor of Temple Sinai at Hollywood, will officiate at both Passover Sedorim in the Shore Club hotel on Apr. 6 and 7. Winner of the Brandeis Fine Arts Scholarship, Cantor Malek is past secretary of the Cantors' Association of Greater Miami. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER noe 1 ? TO The Aristocrat of Teas TEA Extra Quality. M o re Cups Per Pkge. Lovinson's Food Specialties—Sole Distributor 2402 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Ph. 3-7791 6A AHISCHEWITZ gefilte fish Enjoy all thejender quality ot choicest freshwater fish cooked to home-made perfection! KOSHER FOR PASSOVER ^^^ Order Early! Q Till STMIOL IS TOII AHUIAICE OF STIICTEST UMIITN III flROT tlAHTII) Parkway Kosher 814 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 9-0968 Choice and Prime Meats Only The finest Money Can Buy imnon jo rmnD7 Unitr SOJMI-WSJMI of Greofer Miami Rabbit SPECIAL TILL MARCH 25th : CHOPPED MEAT. 2 1b. 85c PICKLED TONGUE lb. 59c Calves Liver & Sweetbreads lb. 98c WHOLESALE CUTS KOSHERED & PACKED FOR FREEZERS FORE QUARTERS OF BEEF BEEF LTVEH — BREAST OF BEEF VEAL CHOPS — LAMB CHOPS 59c lb. Free Delivery



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romAY. MARCH 18. 1955,. +J€nisti nor Mian PAGE 3 B Loan Association Reelects Schwartz Continued from Peg* 1 B the board of directors of Congrega,„nal Bch Kl. is treasurer of the ffi Lodge Koieht^, of Py^3, S vice presided ol he W| Rehevolent Association and a fnemEEt Ml. Sinai LWofbdtfWK I lows He serves as welfare chairl man of the goodwill Non-Sectarian I 'harity Gt&ff of North Miami and I ii a "charter member. Schwartz is I affiliated ith many other philanI tfcropic groups and is now serving I.chairman of the Greater Miami lehevra Kariisha. I Newly elected officers who will H installed include Max RappaIflort. first vice president; Mrs. Anloji Black, .second vice presindent; Mrs. V. Bernstein, third vice president; Max Mintzer, treasurer; Leo 9stcr, financial secretary; and Mrs. 8a Ochs, corresponding secretary. Board of directors are Mrs. I. fendell, Mrs. G. Indgin, Mr. and Urt H. Jiam, M. Redlick, Mrs. A Rosenberg, S, Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. ,. Weintraub and Mrs. R. Sakowitz. Oscar Rappaport, local attorney, frflUxr toasrmaster for the evening. Sidney H. Palmer will act as installing officer. Dj. S. fSwirsky, %  abbi of Congregation Beth, El, will e principal speaker, while Rabbi .oseph Rackovsky, of Beth Tfilah Congregation, will supervise the Golden Book of Life. •^ Musicai numbers will be rendered by Cantor and Mrs. Fishel l.utoan, of -Congregation Beth El. Amnnfl> guests of honor will be r Abe Anmoyltz, Mayor of the X .of Miami, and Hon. Harold Shapiro.Major of the City of Mi(miTBeaeh., Mbnis.'Eckhaus is in charge of %  eS6JdtfxKFB& T Dietary laws fo be Aired At Beth ff Forum Jewish 1n


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PAGE 10 B •JNaSjft nr**M*r> I^^AY^MARCHij RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY met Subject of P te R af Se TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER wJl Hold Friday eee~ng aiiicej at 8 38 pas_ web Rabbi Abraham Hmw WftuM C al vace Caato Albert Glass will m i ll the the Ftxay of the marital portage of tbe liturgy actf Brill wiB wiu be gnea speaker inai services are at RJO am. Mrs. Jack Remark wil be hosts at tbe One* Shabeac TEMPLE EMAMU-EL aa] kpU foUowm*. Saturday services are at Friday evening services at 8-30 pJU9 is Rabbi Bersaa will dtscwss riaiitni tibbata servme* are at -The Art of lliai aim Lafe.' 5 pm. Rabat Brnag Lenrmaa 9I {reach aa tbe tapir To be a Jew TEMPLE SINAI af OiRl %  i II il —A Sacred Ri ajiaiibiTilj Tbe %  win baM tare Friday e*emag erMM f] be a d kmtd to Federtees at 830 pa Jt n kat d Ha rmc "iHnh Saa 3 Besanaa. S ubject af a %  • %  by Rabbi Paid irmzsk AaneaL wa jbra g greetaad SoamaRCaator J a aph Maieh J T r "' wiH cbaat tbe Marey. tamm d by brarc Sarrrday aaaraag services tbe cbaar under tbe da-eeooa (< nl 4 ibe seraaa based oa Bee Madeeha llti hn u i Oae tbe Weekly Purtmn Daily Sbabba wil be p aa i a rH by Mr are a the chapel a f a ta aad Mrs. Joseph Wilihum a boamg aad (U ai tbe maaa or af Max Roaafl Satarday anaHarry *a—>iWil Miami cane semees are at 9 Daaasd. saa RETN JACOR CONGREGATION ^j^ -^ ; nini will oc SUM. :.;v _l T—7-' -'• ~-* re: Israei rvorisade Center dur^z Fr.aoa Baaajmj RRtMMRRa M=z. :i Autacr of TJndnr Sewage Sees, S caonhral al dacaaa Tewah Cc=*> Twy.a j? A=rjcn=; h>oeTravtkr $ 4nf M tftw Officers MMMRI I Mrs. M A Whitney, of 3618 Pal manto st.. Coral GaWes. has been elected presideat of tbe board of Travelers Aid Society of Miaaai. it was aaoouoced this week. Mrs. Whitney succeeds Mrs. Lyna W. .Hhekhel. who had held the posi tasc for the past 18 saoatha. Travelers Aid. a aa ea a b er afeno of tbe Dade County Coaaaaaaity Chest, employs a trained staff to assist travelers and aew arrivals with the many problems dae to aaovmc Ser v ic es rende r ed by the Society in 1RM showed a 25 per cent gam orer 1963. Aaaonc those help by Travelers Aid are the aed. runaways, newaer chi ldrea traveling alone aad those who. because of inexperi. race or emotional and p hys ical incapacity, an in need of assistance. Elected to serve with Mrs. Whitney are John G. Tho m ps o n first vice presideat: Mrs. John M Mont eomery. second Tire prtn nin t. T. V Moore HL treasurer, and Mrs. Stanley F Whitman, secretary New members elected to tbe board of directors are Edwin L. Carpenter. John A Dey. Mrs. Wilhasa D. Loaf. GeorceK. Smart and Wtaton M Wncht Ew-r-Mw? IraeU Cantor Fuhel %  ."" ID a concert on Sunday L-fl Mar 27. at Beth O. He W^" i Proceeds of the Mar j %  f ,or .* 1 hosp,ui ,salem. Israel. %  numerous munca pro. P 7 tl^R^out the Greater^' siaee hu recent arm* hen,' arfdiattoa with Beth FJ. nWd fmdtHin A^ikkk YorT k J^r.Sf 1Se J 0{ Tont boteL has made the tad the Asaerican Fnends of thi brew University, for all 0 f m led activities, according ti Oida Rubin. presKlent c group. CNESCTN ISRAEL CONOREGA%  _•*" Subject af a p.at j a fdaj naraaag sernces are at R3 Rabbi S. T Swanky will preach oa the uaar Audaotj of Faeth' Caator Fatnei 1 % % %  WJH ... Sf .. • .-i tbe far partaaas of the btwrgy Ctaat a r mbiNn wsB be at 5 Class at Tilmil H at S3* pa., pun. Diuaa I of the Zabar by arvev Rabbi S ausky Mmws at a. Seu%  MIAMI HERREW SCHOOL AMD CONGREGATION will hold Friday BETH TFLAM CONOR EGA eresuac services at 6 pa. SaturT *ON wul baM Friday eveaaag day awe ma g services are M RJR. servrves M C.15 pa. Satarday MkhaeL saa of Mr. aad Mrs. Albert %  ura aag semces are at RJR Rabbi Rmtshici. wi3 become Bar Mm NORTH DADE JtTWEH CEV f^T***??2^ ** •*•• eMv Cantor Berese KeJemer will E 3 -• va milrv' m %  ^NTH and Materialreader the musical portions af tbe he btargy Class m Mtshna B M 4 JO pa. Di_T serencm %  : : be M 7 30 aaflaand by Snaln; Scunay a ana-6 a tbe eveaicg. naare wdR^naat Cav m *""* Da **I r arnres are a .."_ ~ •' ~ i-' %  :* | am* i TEMPLE SRASL : MMnM nfl fnxe are at a Rabat Okanra e *^ m m ^ a B> a %  Taesdaj a baM Friday evening iame a I L_ <** %  % % % %  %  Stanley My nil hahf erv presadna of the Greater Miami htmft CrnwfarR SMRRSS At tbe weekly l un t heoa rf Maau Beach Lodge. Baa B nth. Taciday aaaa a the Di Lido boteL Hon. Grady Crawford, of the Circuit Court of Bade was guest speaker. His adaject was -The Job of the to the S Miller B Lodge pry tident. 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NM2 ; A -Jemist ncrkt&r TODAY MARCH Final Hadassah Review Scheduled %  "•'<-• B. Aa atr t e a t are tale *s to be reMrs I v \ *aed a* tke fmal a m wi m na UI be koooreO b by Mn. Doaald Murray for tke 12 par t u i f %  r* tbe Greater MiTbe faaJ renew will take *• place oa T aeidi y -^ afteraaoa. Mar. 22. at *K 19. 1 1 *2 £ tbe el05i taoaai .a I-rjeL "ATOWl. VIVACE BWJNETTi %  a*l -. — '-*-*— aac of y~ : ; 5 A *-=: -_ To be renewed k W Darkaes.*." Ay Alice Tbdale Bobaft, a w i tl aboat aa Aaaenran | • %  Sa, abjact c om ti to sriaa %  CUBB rr^*^ 1 iiein-israei congregation Corner Prairie Areaae and 40th Street. hbz~ : %&£> Will h<7TK7T I Kraim for Bar %  -: i. %  i^: B> -a _MM A_-r : Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Heli r an MM Xona Jefiatsaa Avaeaae. MOM £, wok a F cae wa C Party Tiwaijuj at 8 3t 3e>h Israel OjufmjLtmm ^••ae-7 dcwa xr Aa* citric rrf i Taw beta. \-.e HeJaa ^jfc* k a tap laraei Korea 28th All .-1ZXDS OF THE COUPLE ARE BTVItB TO ATTEND^ jHOROWITZ-MARGARETEN •GEFILTE FISH • KOSHER • -* • FOR I PASSOVER 30ftfh **"' VI,S Y CELEItA0 WVI JEWISH SETTLEMENT IN %  a! 'Americo—Mother of Extes no* am a cur a? 1 i %  C by ... M ba I-M StMMkry, March M, 155 1:15 p -. MMieimt,... CASsa. p,iami— AN. •ct trees. PAT MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY SI NCI FimST TIME 4Vf > WTf fff jff.t.tff #• • nhrr for hm**+i rr TieMe.'* dandle* mmx+r CertifiratiM CAHDIES AND 6LACE FRUITS SAlf AT KTTB HUTT 1 FT SHOPS AND CANST SIOtB Kosher for Passover nort TCP As. for Pierre's wife ft* Passover Label CAU uut rat AMUBS or TOMI NUMBT KAIB



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M.GE4B 9-JmisHkrkHar FRIDAY, MARCH Ul t c,-.. THE WORLD OF SPORTS Hank is Now on Business End of Baseball By BILL WOLF JTA There's a story behind the recent signing of a contract with the Indians by Larry Doby—a story involving Hank Greenberg. Cleveland manager, and Harold Goldstein, secretary of the club Greenberg. once a ball player but now a front office man. is in the position of bargaining with the players on salaries His position, one of a business outlook, is to try to get the players to sign at the salary that will bite into the club's profits as little as possible Hence the stories recently that C.reenherg was irked by the large number of holdouts who were still demanding more pay before putting their signature on contracts for the coining season. Such was fhe situation when the Indians set up their training camp at Tucson. Arizona. One of the key Cleveland play'ers, of course, is Larry Doby. He didnt want to accept the terms offered, and it is reported that he and Greenberg hassled over the f.cures for a good while. Hank then allegedly told Doby to go home because he didn't want play: e r> in the training camp without signed contract* Doby. all set to go. went to see ': Harold Goldstein. The two men 1 known each other very well Goldstein had a talk' about the whole thing with Doby. and the outcome IWM that Doby agreed to sign the I contract. The reported figure was 'some S30.000. described as the terms that Hank Greenberg had of tered. • • • Baskeiball is normally an excit' ing game. But when it is spiced with some expert scorer> who can thrill a crowd by making basket after basket, then the game takes on added color. \dolph Schayes. one of the best pro basketball players in the busi turned in an exciting performance in a recent contest be' tween Syracuse and the Knicks Thanks to Schayes' snapshooting. Svracuse managed to squeeze through with a 105-102 victory, a score close enough for anyone's nerv.s In all. Dolph tallied 31 pointIn the game that was on the same twin bill that night. Max Zaslof.-ky also turned in a good scoriing performance to help Fort Wayne defeat the Boston Celtics. It wasn't aimpressive as the work of Schayes. but Max dropped in 18 I much needed points to lead his team on tallies for the game. AT TUE MOYiES : jack Benny Arrives First and Last to Leave By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD — Literally hundreds of thousands of people have seen Jack Benny do his CBS Sunday evening radio show in the huge iditonum in Columbia Square from which he broadcasts each week. Millions upon millions more have heard these shows that's no exaggeration. • Jack Benney Program" has been No. 1 in the radio listening parade for almost as long as it's been on the air. But comparatively few have witnessed the script rehearsal for one of these >mj*s Balzer and John Tackaberry Since it's al.-o imperative that Don Wilson be present, the room is overcrowded as is. Jack is always the first to arrive at the rehearsal. If it's tailed at 10:15 am., he's there at 10. He's a casual dresser on these occasions, but not a sloppy one: Even and on warm days, he wears a suit or for the | sports jacket Immediately upon his arrival, he takes his place at the head of the table, surrounds his famous blue eyes with hornrimmed glasses and starts going through the script. He's a great fan of his writers (they've been with him over a dozen years now) BARUCH SPINOZA AND WESTERN DEMOCRACY. By Joseph Djnnir 140 pp. Naw York: Philosophical Library. $3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN IN THESE days of re-evaluation, shifting heroes and (ailing idols it is refreshing to come across a treatise written not for its owe sake but for ours. Dr. Joseph Dunner, chairman of the Department of Po! litical Science at Grinnel-College, in this book effectively argues for Spinoza's place as a forerunner of modern democratic principle Spinoza., when he was excommunicated in 1656 for "horrible heresies."' was. undoubtedly a victim of his own age of anxiety, Car. tainly it is true that, as. VH. Dunner writes, it was "not Judaism as a way. of life and a dynamic* cfvtHzation" which he rejected, but thestrkfc dogmatism inaugurated by Maimonides which spurred the bub-far Orthodox Judaism. Like,Elisha beh Avuyah, Spinoza was t*e kind-of. thinker wlio footed •'aboye and below," and this sort of quest iom-g will always be alien to any' orthodox belief, Judaism included. • • • • • THEREFORE AS a Jew, Spinoza retained many facets of Juiaistic teachings in bis scheme of thought. For instance, the idea of the .ten' "Kmanantipns" of God from the Zohar is traceable in his "Ethics-^** cerning God and of th* Nature and Origin of the Mind." Therefore alas, as an independent thinker, is Spinoza's conclusion of the fallibility t the prophets. Noticing that the prophecies apt .written with "great d* 1 similarity^W-sfyle,^ ftomV ttilrtvated, some rude, he decided, that: I prophecy.dUd .opt endow the prophets with more learning "but left them with their former opinions, and that we are, therefore, not at all bound to trust them in matters of intellect." This is not necessarily true, by the wag. Exhibited in that passage is the fallacy of nbn sequitur—a fact which Spinoza, whose own philosophical system is formulated with the rigidity of Euclidean cenieuj; ] would certainly deplore. In rejecting the mind-body duality of Descartes, Spinoza "ar^Me* the pitfall of eventual scepticism. Truth, he said, is "the criterion of itself." Thus if an idea is false, it is that it is fragmentary: more knowledge can correct it. It is from this metaphysical basis that Spinoza deducts his whole moral system. It is, I believe, quite obvious that this one fundamental alone should be sufficient to rank Spinoza as a pioneer in democracy, having as its corollaries, as it logically most. the concepts of free inquiry, free thought, and government which allows the maximum in individual attainment. ; it There are two good reasons for '. !" d he chuckles constantly at the this. The rehearsals are not open!laugh lines they've written, to the public, and. since they are | By the time he's gone through held in a small, almost barren room | it once, the rest of the cast has in which is arranged a long table assembled, usually in this order: surrounded by chairs and nothing producer, writers, the cast and the else, there is room for only the members of the cast and the other necessary personnel, which means producer Hilliard Marks (Jack's brother-in-law i and writers Sam Perrin. Milt Josef sberg. George more or less regulars like Mel Blanc. All take their places around \ the table and get down to the work at hand. Each has his special place, [established over the period of ; years. Producer Marks sits at the OFF THE RECORD Mendelssohn's Destiny And Power of Heredity By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Arts Mendelssohn, needed no such reminding rods. His grandfather had It is said of the famous pianist **" ,h e M ses Mendelssohn, and composer Anton Rubjnstein most of whose discip.es and chithat his first awareness of Jewishdren ,ook ,he baptismal road. Felness was one of the most dramatic moments ip his life. He had been out promenading on a cool evening when he was lured by an intriguing melody. Before long he was to stand in awe at the threshold of a synagogue where the worshippers stood bound IX himself was born in the Christian faith, his father having taken the step to church door under the impact of the emancipation concept sired by Moses Mendelssohn, who died a devout Jew some-three years before the French Revolution, but who had been forewarned by his opponents that his teachin unison as by enchantment. It wfc Yom Kippur eve. Anton Rubin-1 !"*? *?"!?,. **}?. *P£*L] !" Jack M won* days a tail other end of the table opposite Jack. The writers arrange themselves inconspicuously in the background. There is little if any playing around. Even through the first rehearsal. Benny is on, playing the Benny he' has made famous on radio. He doesn't breeze through it, but reads it as though it were going out on the air. He will make asides once in a while when a particular line strikes him as being hilarious. Or when he comes to a clinker, a bomb, he'll stop, and in a gentle voice ask the writers if maybe it couldn't be changed a bit to make it a better laugh. He never raises his voice, nor does he ever criticize. After the first rehearsal, there's a break while the writers make changes, then the cast reads through it again. Two readings usually do it fine, then they all exit to the studio for the final rehearsal before going on air. The first to arrive. Jack Benny is also the last to leave, and he always gets every ounce of fun he can out of the show. • • • According to Milton Berle. a Russian Jew in Moscow reported to the police that his parrot was missing. He was asked whether the parrot talked. "Yes," replied the Jew, "but any political opinions he expresses are strictly his own." DR. DUNNER notes that every society which has demanded teaformity, thwarting its creative thinkers, has perished, citing Athens, Spain and Hitler Germany as examples. It appears to be a lav of history, he says, that such a society "will in the end be doomed to theJ| very' mediocrity which it tries to enforce among its members." McGacM thy-ites take notice, please—if I may be permitted a blatant bit of editorializing. Although far from irrefutable, often disappointingly circular a his reasoning, Spinoza, both in his life and his philosophy. >tid fa the very precepts for which we are now fighting, even in our on country. His legacy for the twentieth century, and for the people who are still his, is rich indeed. PERSONALITIES iN PANORAMA Great Men Shun What Appears to be Complex was not only aware of the apostasy in his family; he often felt the sting of relatives who remained steadfast in faith But had the artist ever given pause to his Jewish roots in his works? There is division of opingreat. yet its emotional impact • __ u „ „ u L. .,_ %  ... ion on this score, even though two upon this stranger in the sanctum „„„;.:' ;, 5 „ ...V. .,,„. K Tld^ifa. o„. of hls compositions are called Moses and Elija. Yet his Jewish antestein the musician was not unfamiliar with the Kol Nidre melody. But now it had a strange quality, not alone of plaintiveness, but of distance, as an echo. It was a simple tune, by the standards of the was vast beyond explanation. Rarely had he been so moved even by the masters he so masterly interpreted on piano keys. Silently he made his way home, little realiz cedence must have troubled him. What would Mendelssohn have given the world had he been sparVLTZLZ V ,Z 'JZZJUZ *< the conflict in heritage? Olin tag perhaps at the moment thati^^ {he nQted music 8 criUc of the New York Times, has some inthis musical experience was to lead him to a reexamination of his past and discovery of his true lineage, though it is amazing how he could have escaped up to that time such a reminding rod as the name Rubinstein. %  ..A atilt greater composer, Felix teresting opinions on the subject. This Christian gentleman believes there is "good reason to wonder as to the heights that he might have attained through a stronger affirmation of his heredity." Alaart Hastate ... simplicity itidl By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA Albert Einstein has never quite understood the fuss made about him. Only 12 men. he said, on his first arrival in America, understood his relativity theory. Why then all the talk about him? All of us know that somehow many of the previous conceptions of the world have been changed as a re[ suit of Einstein. We all know that he is at the heart of all of this atomic business. Y


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I would hope in f-o doii'.3. the Security Coun|\ti handle it on the broadest dealing not only with the pediate issue but also with the ler issue as well." PAGE 3 A %  Poet to Review Jewish Writers in Soviet Union Rachel Korn, Yiddish poet and short story writer, will be guest speaker at a meeting of Der Yiddiaher Forum Saturday evening, Mar. 19, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Durin World War If, Miss Korn lived in Moscow, and subject of her tajk will be "Personal Recollections of the Forgotten Jewish Writ-; •n in the Soviet Union." Your Israeli Shop on Miami Beach Health Shoppe 6932 Collins Ave. Phone UN 6-4247 • NOVUTIIJ • ANTIOWH • HEALTH FOODS IWorks 0 I Isroil and ef laialel Islf* Uterararettligiewt Object* ICuriaiit.es fram the Hely brad 1 and 'r 3U nf Hit W*fM • Jewelry • Diemeads • Watch •.•aairina Jttmiii Coimjtit* • Ilsctrk Jakes [0'<.anico... 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