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

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

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Le-Vofu/ffeer Your Services In The UMii For life-Dollars On Sunday, Miami's C-Doy
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME
29Number 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Heiman
Myers
Ul OF S35JMW SET FOR DOOR-TO-DOOR CANVASS SUNDAY >
whined Appeal Leaders Urge Community-Wide Support
rT|lc Jewish community is preparing for the Combined Jewish Ap-
I door-to-door drive on Sunday, Mar. 27heralded as the greatest
(pouring ol humanity dedicated to a major philanthropic effort in
; area. .... .
"C-Day" is Community Day in Miami and Miami Beach, and more
in 18,000 Jewish homes will be visited by a volunteer army number-
nearly 2.500 men. women and young adultsall dedicated to the
liwiili service programs encompassed by the Combined Jewish
eal.
The two nmimunity leaders who have been hard at work during
past four weeks planning this gigantic mass solicitation are Harry
Wen. Miami, and Councilman Burnett Roth, Miami Beach.
" Coal for the one-day drive has been set at $35,000 by campaign
Lais. Roth and Gordon have assured campaign chairman Sam J.
Sman they ate confident that increased giving on the part of every
Irish resident will guarantee achievement of this quota.
(Day workers stand in readiness, armed with prospect assign
its in their own neighborhoods and prepared to complete each call
re (Day is ended, Roth and Gordon revealed. Final instructions
given in the volunteers late Wednesday at the homes of some 35
Be leader- here Majors and captains gathered in small informal
[up* In h( ar radio addresses by Heiman on station WQAM and Roth
\r WKAT
Gordon iunced that the following majors will direct volunteer
|; > Miami: Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Hilda Lazaru.v Jerome Wein-
Urs Samuel Burstein, Joseph Siegel, Joseph A. Rayvis, Marshall
Jomis, Mrs. Harold Berney, Mrs.
I Eugene Schwartz, Charles Spin-'"
I garn, Mrs. Nate Spiegelman and
: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg.
I -i-On Miami Beach, Holh named
these majors to assist on "C Day":
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes. llyman Gal-
but, Kliot Weston. Mrs. Edith Ber-
I ger, Mrs. Edith Broida, Gerahon
Miller, Herbert Shapiro, Harold
Turk, Mrs. Jack Wein, Mrs. Milton
Egypt Stunned by Report;
Demands Israel Sanctions
As Silence Hits Washington
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)Ma- incident "could appear as retali-
jor General E. L. M. Burns, United ation for the spying, sabotage and
Nations truce chief in Palestine,! murders for which the Egyptian
told the Security Council in a re- military intelligence service was
port here that the recent Egyp- said to be responsible." He said
. tian-Israeli clash in the Gaza area \ "the recurrence at more or leu
I was the most serious one since the frequent intervals of shooting inci-
I signing of the armistice in 1949 dents along the demarcation line.
but that an "honest attempt" by
both sides could reduce armistice
violations to what he called "an
occasional nuisance."
The truce chief flew to New
York, following a request by the
Security Council for a first-hand
report.
General Burns cited repeated in-
stances of violations by both sides,
but in dealing with Israel's counter-
charges he remarked that the Gaza
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John Foster Dulles
. regrettable
Feller and A. Budd Cutler.
"An intense saturation project
is contemplated for Miami Beach
volunteers," explained Roth. "This
means that, in this predominantly
Jewish community, each and every
resident will be contacted by a "C-
Day" worker on Sunday, Mar. 27.
This is a mammoth job and re-
quires devoted workers who are
willing to give three hours of their
time on Sunday to accomplish
the task."
Roth and Gordon have issued a
Continued on Pag* 10 A
ROOSEVELT TOLD STALIN HE WAS ZIONIST
Yalta Papers Reveal Views on Jews
Discussed by World War Big Three
V fASY 70 MAKE RAPID PROGRESS
riles Says Gaza Incident Caused
Setback in Relations With Israel;
Noncommittal on Future U.S. Course
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secrc-
P "f State John Foster Dulles
I'cated at a press conference
week thai the Gaza incident
pa a set hack to American plans
Pjtend security consideration de-
F-d I'.v Israel.
Fhe Secretary was asked about
I Present statui of high-level
fmcan-Israel talks, that have
nth m prore" tot several
pis. a. ,, resul| f Western ar-
pgemont, with the Arabs. Israel
f sought a guarantee of its ter-
fh ""''-'"> and a redress of
oaidncc of power in the region.
T Dulles -aid a continuous and
""<> of the situation
o, L""1' Wlth a view to H"*
: what, if anything, could be
r"'S WEEK'S ISSUE
[the UN
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Mindlin
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Wnhingtaii Scent
|done to stabilize the area and es-
tablish peaceful conditions.
The U.S. studies have been made
more difficult, he said, by inci-
dents which create new conditions
in the area which require the U.S.
to change its time schedule or re-
consider certain aspects of the mat-
ter. He explained that the State De-
partment was dealing with a situa-
tion which is not itself static while
it is dealing with it.
Therefore, he said, it is not easy
to make rapid progress. However,
he was hopeful that something
I would emerge before very long if
the situation remains sufficiently
quiet so that the U.S. does not have
to put its plans on the shelf.
Asked by a reporter if he refer
red to a defense guarantee for Is-
rael, the Secretary laid he did not
care to elaborate. He revealed thai
he and Ambassador Abba Eban
had had a continuous and inten in
study of the Arab Israel situation
with a view to finding out what
could be done to stabilize the area."
WASHINGTON UTA) Jewish
problems were discussed by Presi-
dent Roosevelt, British Prime Min-
ister Winston ChurchiM and the
late Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin.
during the historic Yalta confer-
ence which took place in Febru-
ary, 1945, it was disclosed this
week with publication of the rec-
ords of the conference.
President Roosevelt told Stalin
that he was a Zionist and asked if
Stalin was one. Stalin replied that
he was one in principle but he
recognized the difficulty. The ex-
change of these remarks was pre-
ceded by a statement by President
Roosevelt telling Stalin that he had
three kings waiting for him in the
Near East, including Ibn Saud.
Stalin said that the Jewish prob-
lem was a very difficult one, that
they had tried to establish a na-
tional home for the Jews in Biro-
bidzhan but that the Jews had only
stayed there two or three years
and then scattered to the cities. He
said that the Jews were natural
traders but much had been accom-
plished by putting small groups
in some agricultural areas.
(The New York Times said it
was not entirely clear from the
text as released why Stalin began
talking about the Jewish problem.
"A line of asterisks preceding Stal-
in's statement seems to raise the
possibility that one of Stalin's high-
level colleagues may have initiated
the discussion of Jews with a state-
ment that has been censored from
the published text," the Times
said.)
Pre conference documents pub-
lished along with the Yalta records
Atr$. Stanley Meyers Named
National Council Official
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, ol I
Gables, lias baM elected national
vice president of the National
Council of Jewish Women at a con-
vocation of Council hold in New
Orleans this week.
revealed that Judge Samuel Ros-
enman, of New York, one of Presi-
dent Roosevelt's closest advisors,
had been assigned a key role in
| consideration of the question of
. punishing German war criminals
'and the problem of attempting to
save the Jews in Europe from mass
extermination. Judge Rosenman
was assigned to work wi(h the De-
partments of Justice and State on
1 these two issues.
The documents also disclosed
I that J. W. Pehle, executive director
of the War Refugee Board, had
advised Secretary of State Edward
Stettinius a month before the Yalta
'conference that "recently the War
1 Refugee Board has received sever-
Cont inued on Pag* 2 A
the much more frequent case* of
-BULLETIN-
TKL AVIV (JTA) Israel press
reported late Wednesday night
heavy concentrations of Egyptian
troops pouring into the Gaza area.
The reports, from foreign soiirce-.
said that the equivalent of two bri-
gades of regular troops and a spe-
cial volunteer commando unit had
arrived in the Gaza strip '
while, the U.S. State Department
in Washington Wednesday <
i ed comment on a report from
revealing that Egypt demands th it
Israel cede the Negev to the Ar
as a prerequisite to Egyptian co-
operation with the Western pow-
ers against communism.
crossing the line b) infiltrators
their activities in Israel helped to
maintain a state ol greater or lesser
tension which." he added,
increased by I he emotion created
in Israel by the Bat Galim case anil.
in January, by the trial in Cairo of
'Jews charged with espionage ami
tjie condemnation to death of two
1 of the defendants."
Observers at the Security Coun-
cil were quick to point out that
I General Burns' report was not the
indictment of Israel it was pictured
| to be before the truce chief's ar-
rival. These sources pointed out
jthat while the report blamed both
sides, it was more critical of Egypt
than of Israel. An Israeli spokes*
Continued on Pag 2 A
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dren around the world!" says "C-Day" volunteer Mrs. Edith
Broida (right) as she receives her first signed pledge-card from
Mrs. Morris Goldin, 1140 Alton rd. Open your door and your
pocket book, to the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday,
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Lflv MARCH 25. 1955
>v. Ullrich Will Address 'Chen'
/[Ward Luncheon at Shelborne;
35 Bond Women to be Honored
+Jewish ntrklinn
PAGE 3 A
... fdwrd W. Ullrich Pastor
the Robertson Memorial Rvan-
L\ and Reformed Church, Mi
[Vjll be guest
ker at the
C h a r m
Tj r (1 brunch
fenday noon,
28, at the
JJHBrne hotel,
jii Beach.
I brunch,
i Chen
rn> Will ,)e
,, to 3 5
1-rael
Mrs. Pass
|,i Bieswom-
|jf the Greater Miami commu-
kt their inspiring and tire-
ion on behalf of the |
(,i Israel and Israel Bonds
rig 1954,'" according to Mrs.
|te Selig, chairman of the'
Division, Israel Bonds,
tv. l'llrich, who went to Israel
i stud) tour with the American
I Patostiae Committee, will
Ji.i the economic progress in
rl (odaj as sha nears her sev-
ersary on Apr. 27.
tv. L'llrich has been Pastor of
I mi Memorial Evangel-
| :,lormed Church for the
11 yeiirs and has spoken be-
more than 100 civic and reli-
groups since his return from
tudy tour.
is the past president of the
Iter Miami Ministerial Associa-
a member of the National
lerence of Christians and Jews
fa past president of the Greater
ni Council of Churches.
en co-chairmen Mrs. Harry
ill and Mrs. Max Weitz said
top Chen honors would go to
ILena Mintzes, who is the first
an of this area to be awarded
fifth Chen charm. Her sales
fd lor 1954 totalled $125,000 in
Bonds Mrs. Mintzes is al-
bnnging in sales for credit
ds her sixth charm.
en member>hip is open to any
pn who undertakes to sell or
-se $2,500 in State of Israel
Jopment Bonds. Each charm
nbolic of one of the 12 anci-
fribes of Israel. The charms
the link with the past and
ml i- of the present bond with
}l. Mrs Selig explained.
$2,500 sold or pur-
fd by a rhen member, an ad-
pal charm is earned. A coni-
ol charms represents a
0,000 in sales of State of
\l Development Bonds.
tin brunch, Mrs. Sylvia Pass,
i ave., will entertain by
I ratic -elections. A ten-
o. Mrs. Pass studied voice at
Jo Pauw Collage in Chicago
! onservatory la Tor-
began singing seriously
r" ago,
sang, in the First Chor-
jtstival held three years ago in
loured the State with
cl" ral group.
Representing sales totalling more
than $70,000 in Israel Bond Sales
for 1954, the following women will
be awarded four (hen chants
each: the Mesdames Sarah Czech,
Rose Kasow, Miriam Press. Kannie
N. Rubin. Fannie Selig, Mary Sher,
Esther Singer and Sybil Weitz.
For sales that reached the $15,-
000 mark in Bond sales, Mrs. Rom
Bernstein and Evelyn Platoff will
be awarded three Chen charms
each at the tea.
W^men who will receive two
Chen charms for sales of $15,000
are Mrs. Rose Bcrman, Mrs. Ida
Bookspan, Mrs. Sarah Goldman,
Mrs. Raye Jacobstein,and Mrs. Ida
Sussman.
And for Bond" sales of more than
$47,000, the following women in
the Miami area will be awarded
one Chen charm each. The Mes-
dames Kate Bernstein, Clara Bur-
stein, Lillian Cantor, Helen earner.
Florence Frankenstein, Bessie Ger-
zog. Fannie Goldberg, Elizabeth
Goodman, Lillian Goodman, Sophia
Miami Attorney New Head
Of Biltmore Golfers' Club
Bernard Wcksler. Miami attor-
ney, was last week elected presi-
dent of the Biltmore Men's Golf
Association. Election was held at
the Coral Gables Country Club.
Others named to office include
R. C. Dilley, first vice president;
Lloyd Reese, second vice president;
Dr. R. Huges, treasurer; W. C.
Brewer, secretary; and Gen. R.
Houghton, monitor.
Weksler is a vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, a member of the board
of governors of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and of the board
of directors of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau.
Histadrut Lunch
Blstadrat committee of Greater
Miami is arranging a get-together
luncheon for tourists and residents
of Miami on Monday, at the Ral-
eigh hotel
Harry Simonhoff, writer and lee-,
turer, will speak on "American
Jewry and Israel." Dr. R. Huro-
witz, Histadrut leader from ( hi
cago, will speak on current events
in 1-rael.
monides' Views on Jewish Law."
Dr. J. Sokoloff, physician at the
local VA hospital, will discuss
"Maimonides and Medicine." Also
on the program will be Harry Per-
ach and Mrs. David Friedman.
Hebrew-Speaking Group
Moadon, HeDrew-speamng group
here, will meet Saturday evening
at Temple Emanu-El and dedicate
its program to the 750th anniver-
sary of the death of Maimondies.
Rabbi Moshe Horowitz, of the He-
brew Academy, will discuss; "Mai-
CONGREGATION
ANSHE EMES
2389 CORAL WAY
cordially invites you to
become a member
SERVICES HELD DAILY 7:30 A.M.
FRIDAYS 6:30 P.M.
SATURDAYS 8:30 A.M. and 6 P.M.
Rev. Edward W. Ullrich
FJodas, Eva B. Kahn, Frieda Kal-
stein, Celia Kaye, Sophie Krantz,
Fannie Liebman, Anna Brenner
Meyers, Matilda Ratner, Beckie
Reinhard and Lilly Stone.
Conference Plans
Quarterly Meeting
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade and Brow-
ard Counties will hold its regular
quarterly meeting on Thursday
noon. Mar. 31. at Temple Emanu-
El. According to Mrs. Aaron Farr,
president, a short business meet-
ing, which will include the report
of the nominating committee, will
precede the program, planned as
I a party at which all affiliated or-
' ganizations will be feted as guests
I of Conference.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, vice pres-
I ident in charge of programs, will
preside during the Tercentenary
celebration, which will follow the
I meeting. A panel discussion, "Re-
| sponsibilities and Opportunities of
I Freedom." will be presented, with
Rabbi Joseph Narot of Temple Is-
rael as moderator.
Panelists will include Dr. Don-
ald R. Larson, of the Department
of Government, University of Mi-
ami; and Dr. Donald Michelson,
i Department of Human Relations,
University of Miami.
BETH EL SYNAGOGUE
Takes Pride in Presenting the Young Israeli
Cantor Fishel Lutman
August bros rYi
/V IS the Bt ST*
GRAND CONCERT
Sunday Evening, March 27, 8 p.m.
t 500 S.W. 17th AVENUE
This it Cntor Lutman's Firtt Grand Concert in Miami
Do Not Miss theJ>pportunity of Hearing
this Great Young Artist
The Cantor will be accompanied by Mrs. Lutman
Nat Procads Will Be Turned Over to the Mental Hospital
of Jerusalem
Donation SI.25
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenbach and Family
wish to extend thanks publicly to
Rabbi Simon April, Cantor Berele Kelemer
and the SISTERHOOD OF MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION
fcr making complete the Simcha of the Bar Mitzvah
of their son MICHAEL
May God bless you and repay you always
The Very Rev. Dr.D. De Sola Pool
Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Israel
The SPANISH & PORTUGUESE SYNAGOGUE
City of New York
Founded 1654 Tercentenary 19S4
WILL DELIVER 7NE SERMON
ON SHABBATH MORNING, MARCH 26th
t
loth Israol Synagogue
Miami llVali
Corner Prairie Avenue and 40th Street
All Are Welcome
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A SENATE subcommittee popped into Miami l.. Friday jn,
;nd out "grassroots opinion on the possibility of revising I
United Nations charter Only Wo members of the rPper HouLt.
m were present at Ibe six man committed hear.n? k*w iVj?
ml Park librarySenators Spestard L Holland ;, y ,, aml J*
ander Smith (R.N.J.). If the subcommittee came Miami ., ^ JS
ed of "grassroot -' attitude- toward the UN, it m certainly in the\5
My c .-rnopolitan nature is offended at the pr ., tt of li^H
a city which the United States Senate consider
Bui it i- undoubtedly even more offended because the
mittce was nq|H^pponted in its evaluation of ti; ire, a
Miami with a kind "of testimony that i- reactionary on indu-af
- Then- were many persons at the bearing
witnevM alike- who felt that the L"N i.- an indis] a,**
mhaugh. Florida >iate chairman of th-.- '{.,'.
ij,r i nited IS \pressed prec
Bat this type of testimony was overwhelmed by den- inds tiny
the gamat from call- for outright abolition of
hat our government withdraw comp -*-t> v.
the appearance of Miami attorney John V Vjp.
declared he was speaking on behalf of the Congre- ^
Our local afternoon daily, in its character.-tically ni arj^
. -e-iuentlv described this outfit a- "a i lion."
Mr. Muirell sail the United Nations i- a 100 percenl flop-
,id that it is "in part the brainchild of one Alger Hiss Tab
roots" city -ponded admirably witt .. thunderous bur-"
It n mained for Sen. Smith le-.- than politely to poir.- n^ __
lell Hull. Harold A Stitntn, la-t week appointed '. ojj
h wer I el poet, Sen Arthur Vandenburg and Secretary of!
Foster Duiies. among others, all had a significant band in'
the United Nations charter.
THE CONGRESS of Freedom is one of the
ment- currently campaigning against the United T a is aai
ail group composed of ultra-conservative organize
- only part of an extremist platform that embrace
' viduals and agencie> recently declared subversive !,;.
mittee on unAmencan Activities. On it- face, thi- i the)
- i Freedom considerably more than "a Colo 'HmM
tion The tfroup whose opinions Mr. Murrell aired be! 'he SnJ
hearing in Miami Friday was initiated less than three
Arr.oid Kruckman. a Wahington newspaperman
expanding untler^ke management of Robert Le Pevre
\je Fevre. wh > eabwrt while ago .-pearheaded an I
Girl Scouts. aecu-;ru- it of boins a propaganda or. tael
United Nations and world government ideals, has contributed ir.dal
to anti-Semite Merwin K Hart- National Economic I
r!y and viciously fulminate- against the t\
tiv< Lauderdale. he BOW re-nies in Greenwich I
the of Freedom recently moved its office .ujia]
headquarters in New York.
The Congress held a regional conference in Atlanta. G
1864, during which Le Fevre acted as chairman Accopfonxtu h,.<
report of proceedings there. Jessie Jenkins and Edg.tr \ <
among principal speakers Jenkins is a publi-her of n;. >tga*w I
ature. V it. a Jacksonville attorney, is repj' i fa
^:bcr of the Ku Klux K!an The Congress appar- n|
J here in Miami The Freedom Club, a tit uhkif
,-everal months ago in connection with a dir.ier '. 'be
Club, honoring Ro) Cobn and Rabbi Ber.jar -id
delegate- to the Congress of Freedom regional conferenc- In ttusfl
Lard it i- ;r.tere-ting lo note that the Miami Freedom~i lib numblM
]
: i : IB
; i we
A v:=

kzI duplic .e:.
[uabce on -.'".e side of
Nt -; Mkxmiana S Moa 27
? acbjsvod a '.sr.d bi which the hax-
z reamasb :: Europe bkxj bow lire in ;:r;:e jier. v.e -. lo tr.e Combined Jewish
.- Henry Beetham among its members Beet ham by-bne recer:!> J
: consibuton w rtiwnrjthoninq the community in peared o\er an article in the "Florida Independent." a kx- *|
we *. local =3r.-.c:es here the: er.r.ch the cultur- r.ew-paper di-tnbuted several weeks ago in Hialeah wWi h i'tacWl
in this proposed brotherhood rally scheduled to include Negro panicijatiBl
ecch ,th ,h Congress of Freedom is the Cml I StatesM
::usar aurshcrOBOi re and abroad end incidentally :cr ^"mmittee. Inc. Thk group wa-formed for the pun
hrea October 23 of each year as "United States Day" in oppo-/. ". to "l"j
--------------------------------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ed Nations Day." celebrated October 24. Notorious ani. Semite Com
McGinley. publisher of "Common Sense." urged in hi- issue of Sej
t*r 1 1954. that reader- of his paper write to "The I 'esDjl
Committee. Inc Greenwich. Conn This, of course, i- K ibi rl Le Feffl'Jj
* We have been viewing with increasing grati- current addres
L=TEje nimbw.oj.leetyji- se~'r.ars JOHN MURRELL-S testimony before the Senate >Ubo
and oook reviews being held in tr.e Greater hearing in Miami Friday thus takes on added significant u^t"3
Miaou aea. be borne in mind constantly is that an anti-United S P0"-3-!
A significant amount of these procrams fee- 3J-*' manifeu1 ,tse" unaccompanied by other forces ai that ]
-es le-urers of r-rtinnrl rsnH intL^L olten icr> *K a fronl for demanda that the US. withdraw from jw|
pat.on in all international affairs, as weU as for racist and anti S
Mr Murrell's remarks in this sense struck a blow for'
out by the \*J
---- -.- --_ ...... _. ..- ... .c n#v -- --;^.co ..cc- ...... c....^.i tile V
. Jewry. "C-Day." Mar. 27, is ii
:rr~= a .:: ;.-..:.:;- :: local Jewish events. For it criers
German Restitution for Miamians
Cultural Participation
- -- -
--.-Terr ;j:.r_.:.es m :.-.e process cr.er.dir.r
WiBce: = _:rr.;:-ung" ;r. ierr.r.^ica^on tot
\ai less suire-ec by >ws z: the r.er.is z:
Ml Ikvel ?.e:::.-we:e highhghted in Mianu
: MB community of
.OSf WK-: :.-. DM
Zr bat Alexander.
Dr. Alexcr.der is eirr.-.^trator of the Dated
Reaeatafton Organization a group with offices
:-_-ougbou: West Germany, Israel. France
Great Britoin cr.d tr.e United States. A Gerrr.-r.
zzrz. Jew. Dr. Alexander is now and American
r.tizen cr.d was in Mate la confer with local
leaders of the testate Council of Jewish
WoBMm.
ram lecturers of national and international
pute. whose profound knowl&dge of the pre- opinion.
cepts of Jewish traditions offers keen insights Le Fevres. HartTand McG.nlets-^ihr'latterTing^d
.-..cr.c its man* rre-erarr.s. Cour.cU has
OB t-e job of aidancj r.ew Americans ir.
latei under the Supple-
.enlary Federal Lew for Compensation of Vic-
BBM of National Social.=t Persecution. A major
ir-tematcrcl tepoBi w.th Germany today re-
"clres about the s government o:-
:.als end courts have been slowing up the
es3 of restirution through an increasingly
ccrr.plex red tcpe mechanism.
3ut this aspect of Bonn's reticence to shoulder
the responsibility for their human crime*
are an aspect of the German people's insensi-
t-vily than of their government'sis only one
facet of the many difficulties attending preva-
Bta misconceptions regarding indemnification.
Another is the frequent lack of information
into the place modern Jewish existence oc-
cupies today, both in America and the world
a*, large.
It seems to us that Miamians aze thus afford-
ed an exceptional opportunity to participate ;r.
truly worthwhile cultural experiences.
Our city, in this regard, gives us the chance
generally accorded many Jewish commu-
l throughout the nation to take part in in-
structional functions whose rewards broaden
c^ understanding of a great heritcge and
cwaken us to the meaning of contemporary
soc:-: '
The range of subjects covered in these many
programs is wide enought to attract universal
.r.terest.
This land of cultural identification constitutes
k M^rie?CVf Which no alen Mxrmian
should deprive himself.
^^ W^' G^xa krw goes out o{ existence
in September. 1955.
committee a- a sub\ersive in the recent Congressional report on AJ
ican Neo-FascL-t and Hate Groups.
The Congress of Freedom has announced that it will hold '
tional convention at San Francisco on April 25. It -ee- to n* !
little more will be accomplished there than can be found in the i
of its convention in Omaha. Neb., two years ago AI thai tin*.'
Congress decided that the United Nations impairs loyarrj to the l*
an outrageous fiction in contradition to the fact that the I
can impose its will on our government only the form of a tre
which must be subsequently ratified by a two-third- roU >: the ***!
It aUo y supported the Bncker Amendment-a piece of M
^w^u le8lsla,,on "Sa-n-t which President Eisenhower campaigned i
hK' ed; the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. "hich
President Truman vetoed and which Mr Eisenhower has twtot
' recall for -ludy m order to make it "workable:' rest ratwil ofi
nd for freedom of choice." including the right of en**
to choose employers, employers to choose employe, F'oP""01;!
cnoose gue-ts. patron* and tenants and of individu.. I l'h** *^
i.ates
The latter recomendation b so obvious a piece of anti-SenuWj
racist bigotry a- to need no further observation The extent to
me Congress of Freedom has gone in its platform betr-
naive and xirtually infantile -'secret club" nature. This orgaM
Ih i^"1 f.aVor ^P**1"^ the 16th amendment, wh.ch proi.
me heder.d income tax and which the Congress characterises a>'
d in the spread of socialism-
Space
Dr. Alexander's visit to Miami and his de-
bierations with National Council of Jewish
Women leaders should aid considerably the
process of filing claims and serve as a rontr
cmong those persons who, eligible to fue claims button toward at least partially eomDn for compensation, may nofknow how to ao the many persona residing amonq us who .? "-"^
feredwoacute,yatthe,hanqd,of N^X t2?S$lf22rZ Sl-tt^ TS
KStaflBI
ri
jpensotion. may
about it and who aie also unaware of the fact
does not permit me to discuss the larger irapiic
ciou* attatk against the United Nations. The essential is** *L'
d. has been that a Congress of Freedom could. ^J^i
matic immunity." appear before a Senate subcommittee and ew^i
hat failed, in truth, to express his central aims "f/XI
here lies in the fact that Mr Murrell '*"'Lia
participation in the United Nations '
of my assumption
to continued
in
is the
which'
stagger


FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1955
Ipr. Pool in M'mmi li9QCn
I Famed Rabbi Dr. David DeSola
IpooI of *e Spanish and Portu-
K'e Sy-u.R-.gue. New York C.ty
1*111 bo among worshippers at Beth
lurid Congregation during Satur-
L.v morning services, Mar. 26.
congregation Shearith Israel was
Landed by the first Jewish set-
K n New York in the year 16S4
nd is now celebrating its 300th
tear of continuous existence.
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Tamara Women Plan
Linen -Shower Tuesday
Mrs. Ted Landesman will be hos-
tess at an annual linen shower
and dessert luncheon of Tamara
Mizrachi Women in Waldmans ho-
tel on Thursday afternoon, Mar. 24.
"Proceeds from these linens will
go towards the Yauth Aliyah Fund
of Mizrachi Women." Mrs. Alfred
Stone, president of the group, said.
Mrs. Charles Turk will participate.
A special report on the Mizrachi
brunch heJd last month will be giv-
en by Mrs. Morris Dubler, board
member and Mizrachi worker.
Mrs. Max Frank will report on
the L'JA "Char luncheon and Miz-
r.ulii\ contribution to the UJA of
which she is chairman for the
group.
Members of the linen shower
committee are the Mesdamcs Mar-
gules, Levy, Turk, Levitt, Spolter,
Herman, Sterstein, Yulish and
Gross.
flag of Israel Dedicated
At Club Saturday Evening
Hungarian American Jewish
! Club will celebrate the presenta-
tion and dedication of the Flag of
Israel Saturday evening at Ameri-
can Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd;
The Hag was made for the club
by Mrs. Louis Weiss.* Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El,
will deliver Ihe invocation. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth
Shoiom, will lead the assembly in
song. Mayor Harold Shapiro will
be the principal speaker.
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JmisifkrHiar
""DAY. MARCH
Brandeis Camps
Centers for Youth
To Live, Practice
Jewish Principles
By SAM BRAND
The Brand'.

Camp "
dob at Bra
I feel ^
source of gre..
lather
trooj
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ter c:
tice Louis D E
direc- Dr Bardin and her
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stitute, while Philip Wain, of Bev-
erij H'li- as president
in. Oral Brandeis Camp was es-
tablished in Amher-t N H .md in
I eamp was organized
in U'interdaie. Pa The latter oper-
I until 1952. when all acti\
were shifted to the Santa Susana
p established in 11*47.
How i- the Brandeis program
supported? In large mea-ure.
through an annual campaign, head-
ed this year by Allied Artist* Stu
dio Pre-ident Steve Broidy. BO that
qualified college students may be
given .scholarship
In her letter to Dr. B.irdin. Mrs
Gilbert concluded with what, we
think, best illustrates the Brandeis
Youth Found,,
kwial mmun.tiert
this nation.
Let me extend to ^
contributor. | ,lr .
she said. ur gratitude ,
ther honor:,. ; .,.r. *l
memory thr- "*!
vane* u.arr- JW
achieving your overall hL
which at one ol your retw'i1!
Uons was superb!;. !unh *
development of <\,nm*
gram of positive JewhfclifaJ
ed on the i - and dedicated to the end
ment of Jewish life jn Aa,
You now have ever) age
achieve that obji
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Ml the
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and more modem facihlie-
teen-agers of both >e\
In addition to conventional recre-
ation-such i- -u.mming. baseball,
tennis and horseback riding, the
camp "curriculum" includes dra-
matic*, prayer music, folk dancing
and forums, all keyed to the idea
erpreur.g the cumulative tra-
ditions of thousands of pa
Past seasons have found the
Brandeis Camp winning national
reeog: an important mod-
ern laboratory for the creati
testing of rich and colorful pat-
i-ui
Zz-.z nitr*' zz^.z ]?zzi:-..,z ::z.r.:r.q sessions at Santa
Zzl l ='-: Tony Curtis pointing;
came from a \-:e:r.z".:or.z\ Studios to visit his
y;.-;e: brc Camp Alonim. With him are
Jttdinq trorn left Benjamin Hay-
Man oi Jftrmtriij Iwfia Pearl Bush. Mexico; Valerie Lewis.
Hawaii end Anzoliah Halimi, Iran In second photo, teen-
r;e:s attending Camp Alonim. Brandeis junior division which
will cper. Am surr.rr.er in g^.s, as well as boys, aged 10 to 17.
KBM d::~~:.c srer.e tor camp show with RaiJan Ben-Ari.
the [net tuto'a arc a elector. From left are Stephan Benoff.
Emed Gould Ben-Ar: and Michael Balaban. Bottom photo
finds sever, z: :r.e 120 men who shared a common experience
M Brnnrhifj Camp's fourth National "Weekend of Living
: adasl comrr.ur.ity leaders. From leh are Dr.
Abraham J. Hchel Professor at the Jewish Theoloqical Semi-
nary oi Amenta; David Tanr.enbaum. former Mayor of Bev-
erly Hum. Cci.: Yokmd D. Markson, prominent businessman;
Dr. Shlomo Bardin rc-:oinder and director of the Brcndeis
Youth Foundation; Juhus Fligelman. the Institute's chairman
:.e board; Warner B:os. film executive Milton Sperling and
home builder Louis H. Be
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the recent appointment of MGM
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hich is de-
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eaded by Abraham c;.v>dman.
New York plastic manufacturer
and real estate op,
dent, and Dewey D Stone, of
Brockton. chairman of
the board Officials include .1
J Rifkind. ol Beverly Hills, treas-
urer: Dr Bardin. secretary and
national director; and the follow-
ing vice president- Louii H Bog
ar. Julius Fligelman and Yoland I)
Markson. of Loa Angeles; Louk Le
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[ffiAV. MARgHjLl^L
*Lk3*bnnrlHtih,r>
_! flt USY Meeting
U'nK of tho Temple Emanu-
Rp"er"' l'ni,ed synagogue
L,h will be held on Sunday eve-
jn the u-sembly hall of the
| school. Program will fea-
, a panel discussion on the sub~
jnterdating and its Conse
PAGE 7 A
Institute Program Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Institute Home Com
ing program will be conducted ;,t
the luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tues-
day noon, Mar. 29, at the DiLido
Hotel, it has been announced by
Michael Sos.sin, Lodge president.
Tobias Simon is state chairman for
the Institute. Movies will be shown
Contest Deadline
Annual essay-art contest sponsor
eol y tRe Bureau of Jewish Edu-
and a presentation will be made
to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-Kl. Gershon S. Miller
is chairman of the luncheon com-
mittee.
$Cf Anril 4th '""' ( "n,l'~' 's '" two areas: an
, ,.....j. essay contest with a minimum of
cation for the Jewish schools ov\
Greater Miami enters into its last, 50 words on the subJects uf "A
week with the deadline set Apr. 4. Great American Jew,"' and an art
Prizes are giant Tercentenary contest involving a painting, draw-
medals specially designed by the ing or craftwork on the subject of
National Tercentenary Committee. "Jewish Life in Miami.'
Strictly supervisee1
by Rabbi
J. H Rulbaa
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+Jtmi*U&*&-
FRIDAY.
HACH
2S.
Miss Orovitz Weds
Dr. Richard Dcutch
In Home Ceremony
Her parent*' home was the set-
tor the marriage Sunday of
ria Rae Oroviu to Dr.
Richard E Deutch. The bride i
tru daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max
Or viti. 6000 North Bay rd. Miami
Beach.
Mr Or a well known
. ar.d invest president
oi Mount Sinai Hospital He has
been actr. local Jew-
-
Rabbi Joseph R N'ar
ed at the 6 p.m ceremony wh:eh
! a reception
- later
ir

c ,-e over match-
- -

- .ed lace I
I
-
tc and
Mrs
--.
I

- -. -
: i- -
Miss Speigel Plans
Summer Ceremony
He was a drum major, she a
majorette H ?h School

The bnde-ele- e of Lon-
the daughter of
kSpeigeLCTOS

" arfcermar Clerk of
Alan, the son of Mr and Mr-
Moms Olkes. 1744 now attends *.he Vniverrty of Mi-
-bere he is a member i

Levine. Baranowtky
To Many April 3
\pril 3 i< the date chosen by
Lev.ne and Herbert Baran-
wak* for their wedding in Coral
Gable*
Miss Levine is the daughterof
Mr and Mr* Reuben Levine. I960
SW 25th t formerly of Chicago^
She i a graduate of Au*tin Hi
and attended the
y of Miami
Mr Baranow>kv i the son of
Mr and Mr> Phillip Baran.*-k>
I Br klyi N.\
A graduate of the University of
Miarr now attending law
a member of
-ton Pi. and ha- received
a- a >econd Ueu-
Mgna! Corp*
skj brother. Sey-
. Iowa from Brooklyn
M." Levine s
- Brvwman. Miami.
be her matron of honor
Reception Honors
Betrothed Couple
A- cr.iiir^er.t reception Sun-
l lK.me of Mr- Rose Ba*-
-4 SW 25th ter. honored her
daughter. Edith, and her fiance.
Sidney W U
The bride-elect i* a graduate of
Lindsa> Ho p k i r.> Voeauonal
i School Mr Levin was educated in
Rochester NY and Miami He U
the son of Mr and Mr* Nathan L.
I S
A Si -an Mr Levin serv-
-e Seventh Elect, spend-
ing much of hi> time in overseas
-charge last De-
:*r
Cross, Schainberg
To Live in Miami
Barbara Joan Gross became Mrs.
Harold Schainberg in rites Mar. 12 '
at the borne of Rabbi Max Shapiro,
who performed the ceremony.
The bride u the daughter of Mrs. ,
Dorothy Gross, 550 SW 7th st. and ;
Emmanuel Gross. Loss Angeles.
Mr Schainberg'j parent* are the
Sam Schainbergs, 1512 Pennsyl-
sania are. Miami Beach
Attending the couple were Mr.
and Mrs Mervin Adirim. A recep-
tion followed at the Rabbis borne.
After a honeymoon in Pensacola.
the couple will live in Miami.
II
Krauscs Are Hosts
and Mrs Max Kraaas, of 6400
- rd were host* at a special
pagne cocktail party tender
M Harold Shapiro on
- chairman of th-
rrarj celebration which the
Shore Jewish Center wul
ark Sunday
Haver wa> honored for hi*
I the Center during
.-;<. : :
Helen Dancyger Will
Wed Rabbi in June
I Miami
Beach, are p Turned
on June 11
Eonaerly of Detroit, the bride- i
elect is the daughter of the late
Mr and Mrs Jacob Dancy ger A
party announcing the couple s be-
trothal was held in the home of
- Dar.c-vger* brother m-law and
er. Mr and Mr* Abraham Heit.
4470 SV :- -; IfisaaL on the.
at of Pur
Present as an honored guest was ,
Rabbi A M Hir-chberg. editor of
the Voice of Jerusalem and dean
of Chaehrr.a Liibm Yeatriva in De-
Uao honored gue-t were
Rabbi and Mr N Blumenfield. of
Newark N'J Rabb* Blumenfield is
the author of numerous work
-' ~,o. Tora'.h
Chaim" and "Simchath Ob:
ted in
European schools Rabbi Rothman.
rjipir *a< in Tampa, is
.em'* Unit-
ad Chanty Organization- and Ye-
th Eu Chaim and Biku:
.'?1 there
- Heit. the bnde-elecV-
nephew, came m to a'teV.d :he en-
gagement party
rtln.r
Barry Richard, son of Mi. and
Mrs. Melvin I. Richard. 1275
North Biscayne Point rd.. Mi-
ami Beech, will be Bai M*tz-
vah en Scturday morning.
Mci. 26. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Loon Kronish
will officiate. Barry, a pupil
in Beth Sholom religious
school, is in the seventh
grade of Nautilus Junior High
SchooL

Ira Gary, son of Mr. end Mrs.
Albert Werner, will become
Bar Mitrvah cr. Saturday
morning, Mar. 26 at Zcmora
Jewish Center. Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitt will officia:e. Ira is
an eighth grade ruder.t at .
Ponce de Leon Junior 1:
School, where he is a mem-
ber of the concert band. A re-
ception in his honor will be
held at Zamorc on Sunday
from 2 to 5 cub.
To he Bar Nfitzvah
Joel Kutnick will become Bar
Mitrvah during Sabbath m<
service- of Beth David Conzreia
tion Joel i* an eighth era*:
dent at Qtraa Grove Pabtk School
and has been attending Beth I
religiou* school for the .
Jacii Kutnick
Fred Martin Gallant, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Gallant,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-Q on Saturday.
Mar. 26. Rabbi Inring Lehr-
men will officiate. The cele-
brant is an eighth grade stu-
=e.-.: c'. Miami Beach Junior
High School and i% in the
second grade oi the daily re-
>ua school of Temple
Emanu-Q.
Donald (Salianu. sond]
and Mrs. Nicholas Gin
will celebrate ;-..= Bar Mfc
at Temple Emanu-Q on!
day. Mar. 26. Rabbi
Lehrman will criicials.
aid is an sights gradt
dent at Miami Beach
High School ar.d .s am
grade student in the
school of Temp'.e
7 .
sr*l
Martin Douglas son flJJ
and Mrs. Lous 3c!a&
SW 13th ter. will beco
Mitzvah during
morning aervices of
ami Jewish Cer.-er Mar-
Rabbi Alfred Warman
officiate. Mart..-, will
during both Friday e
and Sabbath morning
ices. Edduah will
Among honored y**
be his grandparent*. W-
Mrs. Samuel Be .oil and
Anna Diamond and his
grandmother. Mrs.
Klein. Reception will
at Waldmans r.otel
Beacb
Duvid Sic-J Hern
--'
Mr and Mr*
8210 SW 25th ons!WJ
recent birth of Iheir
Scott.
Lt\in Bar Mitzvah
thai] Le\ir.. s>m of Vr and
.'ack Levin. w. become Bar
Satarda) morning. Mar
Beth David Congregation.
Marshall is in th- -cventh grade at
Sbeaandoah Jsaior H:?h School
and has been attending Beth David
religious school for the past six
years.


Bonnie Born Mar. 11
Bonnie Susan Nadel joined her
brother. Jeffrey Alan, on Mar 11.
when he was born at Mount Sinai
Hospital. He is the son of Mr. and
Mr* Milton H Nadel. 611 SW nth
Miami. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 6336 SW
13th st.

*4.A
Committee planning Beth David Sisasrhood m-r.w4
LuncheoB and Card Party
an. David Parses,
Max Jacobson.


)AV. MARCH 25, 1955
_ Guests to Honor
Uv M. Chertkoi
KarMitzvah
L and Mrs. George Chertkof.
March* rd.. Coral Gables, an-
tZ the Bar Mittvah of their
Barrv Michael, on Saturday
nine Mar. 20. at Temple Israel.
thbi Joseph Narot will olfi-
L with Cantor Jacob Bornstein
Bering the musical portions of
irrv Is a high honor student in
eighth grade of Ponce de Leon
lor High School, where he be-
lt to the concert chorus.
fme 200 guests and 100 relig-
5Chool students will attend a
Lion following the Bar Mitz-
gervice in Kaplan Hall.
.nong those present will be Mr.
|>!rs I.* tn- Daitch, Barry's ma-
Ll grandparent* from New
l who are now spending their
|cr vacation at the Sea Isle ho-
|Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Daitch,
Harrison, N.Y., an uncle and
j Mr- Rose Radack and Mrs.
lore Flame, aunts, and Mr. Ben-
in Dubin, a cousin, all of the
b, N v.
]]., attending will be Barry's
If and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
in. of Normandy Isle; and cou-
I of his lather, Mr. and Mrs.
L Rifkui'l Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
T Daitch and Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
I Daitch. Mr- Chertkof's uncles
aunts, will be here for the
nony from the Bronx and
li>on. Wi-. respectively.
|tting as hostess to religious
cl students will be Barry's sis-
iDianc
Inor Luncheon
Hear Reports
rcater Miami Women's Auxil-
Jewi-h Home for the Aged,
bold it- annual donor luncheon
Tuesday noon. Mar. 29, in the
liyat room of the Algiers no-
li; annual affair is the "Re-
tancheon" for all members
IViavo met iheir financial quota
\e yearly Treasure Chest pro-
' ot which Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
kg is chairman.
fi,. Sam II liost and Mrs. Her-
Jacobs arc chairmen for the
luncheon "This gay party
he highlight of the organiza-
fs social affairs," they said.
ft human stories will unfold
r (hi as at this annual lunch-
I Mveral woman residents from
[Home will tell the guests of
individual human experienc-
luring their residency there."
|r>. Loui- Makovsky is program
man. and promises an unusu-
::ne entertaining program.
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New Son Born
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Koch
of 725 South Shore dr., announce
the birth of a sop on Mar. 14. Mrs.
Koch is the former Roberta Palay
daughter of Mrs. Ledi Palay and
the late Dr. Lewis Palay. Mr. Koch
is president of the Palm Container
Corp., Hialeah. Paternal grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch, of
Brooklyn, NY., flew to Miami Mon-
day to participate at the bris of
their new grandson.
Randy Jaclyn Horn
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin.
819 Paradiso, Coral Gables, an-
nounce the birth of their daughter,
Randy Jaclyn, Mar. 16 at Doctors
, Hospital. Randy joins her brother,
(Lee Robert. Grandparents are Mr.
,and Mrs. Jack Swerdjin, Miami
j Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Click,
.Chicago and Miami Beach.
I'liKiiigtiin HtudM
Barry Michael Chertkof
Torah Temple to Initiate
Religious Services Passover
Torah Temple, 1254 West ave.,
has announced that the Passover
festival will mark the inauguration
of religious services at the Temple.
Extensive preparations are being
made for the official opening on
the eve of Passover. Passover serv-
ices will be conducted throughout
the holiday beginning on Wednes-
day, Apr. 6. A well known cantor
will chant the liturgy. Rabbi Louis
A. Cassel and Rabbi Abraham M.
pMMl will officiate throughout the
Passover holiday.
Wise Group to Celebrate
Stephen S. Wise Group of Hada*
sah will mark "World's Jewish
Child Day" on Wednesday evening,
Mar. 30, at the Monte Carlo hotel.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro. Mrs. Benjamin
-Gladwin is president.
Ten Days Apart
Cousins Steven Mark Brown and
Jeffry Ronald Brown were born
ten days apart.
Steven Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Brown, 3925 SW 5th ter.,
arrived at Mercy Hospital Mar. 5.
On Mar. 15, Jeffrey Ronald, who
is the new son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Brown, 51 Marabella, Coral
Gables, joined his brother, Dale,
age three.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown, Miami, and Mrs.
Flora Lockwood, Hot Springs, Ark.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Levlne, of
3670 SW 24th ter., Miami, enter-
tained Mrs. Levine's daughter, Mrs.
Evalin Stark, of Cleveland. ().. dur-
ing the week Mar. 13 to 19. A
luncheon given in Mrs. Stark's hon-
or at her mother's home was at-
tended by many mutual friends,
ft ft ft '
Vacationing at Waldman's hotel
is Mrs. Nathan Cohen, of New York
City, who is national director of
the Hebrew National Orphan
Home, president of the Maimonides
Chapter of Yeshiva University and
a member of the board of directors
of the Manhattan Mizrachi.
ft ft ft
Mr. Mitchell Reiner, of 8024
Harding ave.. left for New York
this week, where he will spend
five weeks in the Veterans' Hos-
pital there. Accompanying him
is Mrs. Reiner.
Michael Picard Birth"
Mr. and Mrs. Hans L. Picard,
Fairhaven, Mass., announce the
birth of a son, Michael Howard, on
Mar. 12 at St. Luke's Hospital in
New Bedford. Mrs. Picard is the
former Shirley Gerstein, of Miami
Beach. Mrs. Lena Manas, of 1310
Euclid ave., Miami Beach, shares
grandparent's honors with Dr. and
Mrs. Julius Picard, Fall River,
Mass. Great grandmothers are
Mrs. Mathilda Dreyfuss and Mrs
Hedwig Picard, also of Fall River.
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Ready to Perform in Greater Miami
The three concert* scheduled In la TojuninTfl prateae, on Apr. :;
Miami and Miami Beach Apr. 3, 4 and 5
RAGE 11 A
first violins of the Symphony of the Air. which plays con-
erls Apr. 3 and 5 at Dade County Auditorium, and Apr. 4
It Miami Beach Auditorium, are shown here. At left is Daniel
luilet, concertmaster. With him is Remo Boloqnini. Symphony
If the Air was formerly the NBC Symphony, assembled and
onductod by Arturo Toscanini, who retired last year.
;ther Roberts to Appear in Concert
At Dade County Auditorium March 30

a Bachelor of Music degree. She
i> a member of Mu Phi Epsiion,
honorary music sorority.
At present, the young pianist is
preparing for another concert in
May under the guidance of Miami
composer Manna-Zucca. Since her
return from Europe, Miss Roberts
has resumed private teaching in
theory and piano.
Miss. Roberts is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perry, New
Rochelle, NY. Her brother. Dr.
Hyman J. Roberts, of West Palm
Beach, is married to the former
Carol Antonia Klein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klein, 1248
Mariana ave.. Coral Gables, where
Mis.s Roberts is now residing.
and S by the Symphonj of the
Air, formerlj the Toscanini NBC
Symphony, are attracting Interest
throughout South Florl I
inn to Arnold M Greenfield, Mi-
ami attorney and president of the
Greater Miami Synfphonj Orchei
tra Society.
Greenfield said this week that
over 3,000 tickets have already
been sold for Ihe Apr. 3 and 5 pro-
granu at Dade County Auditorium
and the Apr. 4 concert at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
He said that each of the three
concerts will present completely
different programs, and the con-
ductors will be Guido Cantelli, who
30 Honored at Beth El
For Services During Year
"Academy Award" supper, joint
I] iponaored by the Sisterhood'and
P.T.A. of Miami Beth F.I Hebrew
Academy was held Thursdaj eve-
ning. Thirty person! were honor-
ed for outstanding work done in
behalf of the school during the past
years.
Miss Sandra Barton, comedienne,
entertained with gongs, and Dr. S.
T Swirsky was main speaker. Re-
freshments were provided bj Mrs.
Rachel Sakowltz.
Highlight of the evening wa the
presentation of awards bj III Ed-
ward Schjussler and Mrs Max C
Gettinger.
Mrs. John Temple, president of
the P.T.A., announced that an an-
nual "Academy Award" night will
become an established function in
the future at Beth El.
and bier Solomon, who has
proven SO popular at Miami Beach,
on Apr. 4.
Greenfield predicted that the
concerts 'will come close to sell-
ing out before Apr. 3." and urged
resident, of Miami interested to
write the Greater Miami Symphony
Orchestra Society at 249 SE 1st
st., Miami.
Greenfield explained that the
Symphony Society "is working to
bring this orchestra, generally rat
ed by critics, musicians and music
lover- as one of two or three great-
est in the world, here permanent-
[ ly." Among composer to be per-
formed are Beethoven, Brahms,
'I m haik'.u iky, Ravel, Debussy. I'm
kofieff, Rossini, Vivaldi and Rcs-
pighi.
Befh / Bids Farewell
To Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz
On Saturday evening, Mar
a MaJavah Malkah will be tender*
at Beth El in honor of Rabbi ai
Mrs, Samuel Krolowitz. on toe
ca-ion of their leaving to settle in
Israel.
During the five years of Ins
journ in Miami. Rabbi Krqlpv
was active in many Jewish Uel
oi endeavor, lending guidance and
support to the numerous syna-
gogues and kashruth problems, H
also assisted in the establishment
of Beth Kl Academy.
Prior to his coming to Miami,
Rabbi Krolowitz headed one of t
largest synagogues in Brookh a
and helped found many all-day
schools in that area. He took an
active role in the Mizrachi mo
ment and toured the country on
behalf of religious Zionism Sit
his arrival here, he has been iden-
tified most actively with Beth FA
Synagogue, where he was one of
the leaders ol the Chevra Shas.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nos The Aristocrat of Teas
NOT JUST
TEA
BUT
Donor Luncheon Tuesday
Tropical Chapter. B'nai B'rith
| Women will hold a donor luncheon
Tuesday noon at the Algiers hotel.
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Mil! Esther leoh Roberts
ther Leah Roberts, pianist, will '
Ipcar in point concert as scholar-
|i|> recipient in the Miami Music
ub young artist auditions at Dade
fumy Auditorium on Wednesday j
'enini;. Mar. 30.
Bliss Roberts, horn in Boston,
Is already, at 22, an outstanding
Meal and educational back-
ound and a promising career for
" concert stage. She studied in
iris with world-renowned pianist
[alter Gleseking and also at the
Vis Conservatoire, having been
?nored with one of the two Wool-
J Fellowships in Music awarded
V 1953-1954.
[The summer of 1952, she par-
T'Pated in the chamber music pro-1
lam under the direction of the I
J> on Symphony Orchestra at the '
prkshire Music Center, Tangle-
jood, Han
MBi Boston, she has recorded for
Is-BH-FM and WBUR-FM'and has
fPeared in numerous solo per-
rmanccs.
|Mks Roberts holds the Master of
p degree from Harvard Gradu-
Lu of Edcation and was
IMUdted cum laude from Boston
TWrwiy CoMege o{ Musjc with
Jbbi Max Shapiro to be
nored by Z0A
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JenislIkrkMan
North Shore Center
Marks Anniversary
North Shore Jewish Center will
celebrate its f:fth anniversary on
Sunday afternoon. Mar. 27. Eira
Finegold. president, announced.
Highlighting the program will be
an original cantata written espe-
cially for this occasion by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lead-
er of the Center, entitled "How
Old is Five Years On the pro-
gram will appear representatives
of the public school system of Dade
County, who will pay tribute to
the North Shore Jewish Center for
extending its facilities to the public
elementary school in the North
Shore area.
Rabbi Irving Lthrman. pre-
of the Rabbinical Association. trill
participate in the program.
The North Shore Jewish Center,
which recently completed Its reli-
gion school building-program, was
chartered in April. 1950. by ;,
group of men and women w h
in theatres and rented stores
Situated on Dickens ave and
75th st the Center serve* th.1 spir-
itual need* of Jews residing in the
northern Din "f Miami B-.-u
cludir; Normandy Hands. Surf-
side and Bay Harbor Island.
In plannins the birthday celebra-
tion, the arrangements committee,
ins of Max Krauts. Jack Wil-
son. Jacob Matz. Ted Nelson. Mor-
ris Black. Mort Cohen and I. tufa
Cohen, will dedicate festivitii -
the community leaders, pa-t and
present, who have helped create
the Center.
FRIDAY,
MARCH
*.|
Kadimah
Sponsors SI
Annual fashion shO. J
Women's Org.na^l
sponsored b> KadiU"
lr-u"".. Women's I
North Bayshoredr on'
j afternoon,. Mar. 30.'
Smart Mis. of Mianf-
be modeled Mrs. \j
and Mrs. Irving Bayer
, re being as^ted in pfc.
i *ne following committee _
dames Ida Myers, Ruhin fl
Fashion show proceeds mm
ed for the Israeli Moetat
loth, the counterpart of<-
can Pioneer Women, |
a network of about 500
throughout Israel, two
the Talpiot Agricultural
the Ein Kerem Plant
ly drafted by the I
ment for experimentaf
agronomy.
Mrs. Solomon Halperin
t tess to the newest Piow
en's Club in the Miami
| Coral Gables Chapter.
met in her home for a "g
ed" luncheon la-t Wedn
was assisted by Mrs. An
reich and Mr- Pauline Sack,]
Max Shapiro presented 11
JERCSALEM 1AJP1 Amplify tablishment of the new sales organ- unique stature among the Jews of ^j,n jlf ^itrter at th lStn
ing on his statement of la^t week, ization for Israel bonds has been
I-rael Minister of Finance Levi accepted by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.
Eshkol remarked that his govern- the executive vice chairman of the
Discussing final p'ar.s tor the fifth anniversary celebration of the North Shore Jewish Center
on Sunday afternoon. Mar. 27, are (seated) Ezra Finegold, president; Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz spiritual leader; Max Krauss. co-chairman of arrangements committee. Standing are
lark Wilson, co-chairman of arrangements committee. Jacob Matz. Morris Black and Louis
Cohen. __________^_____________________________________________________
Eshkol Views Bond Status Here
UM Law Student Named
To 1955 Hall of Fame
Bob Shevin was this week in
formed that he has been chosen
to the 1955 Hall of Fame at the
I'niversity of Florida "for outstand-
ing leadership and scholastic
achievement "
Shevin. who i- a recent U of F
graduate, is now a student at the
University of Miami school of law.
He is the son of Mr and Mrs Aaron
Shevin. 1844 SW 13th M
ment viewed the change in the
IS. Israel Bond executive with
hope for the future.
The State of Israel relies upon
the proceeds from Israel bonds as
one of the major factors in its de-
velopment budget. It is glad to see.
first, that the American Financial
and Development Corporation for
Israel i* carrying forward whole
United Jewish Appeal. The Gov
ernment of Israel is deeply grateful
to Dr. Schwartz for having agreed
to accept this great responsibility
which means so much to the eco-
nomic development an,d consolida-
tion of Israel. The outstanding rec-
our generation.
That Dr. Schwartz should have
agreed to shoulder this new task
is evidence of his vital concern for
the welfare of Israel, and for the
unity of purpose which join Jewish
communities together for the cause
donor luncheon la*t montil
DiLido hotel.
Mrs. Cele Segal, presi
nounces the appointment i
1955-56 nominating
Mrs. Harry Stone, chainutl
Sol Braun. Mrs Bernard
Mrs. Alexander Kimler
of Israel's freedom, security and
development. It is a further mark Esther Kalman. delegates;
of the exceptional spirit of devo- David Meltzer and Ma
ord of Dr. Schwartz over so many tion of which he has always been Pearlberg, alternates.
years in the American Joint Dis- a towering and inspiring example., will be presented for
tribution Committee and the Unit- j ..^ Government of Israel has|thc reular Ma> m*
heartedly with current sales, and Jewish Appeal and the intimate every confidence tnat the efforts Mrs. Ida Jacobs, pr
secondly, that even effort is being association he has had with every 0f Dr. Schwartz will be crowned chairman at a bon \ova
made, with universal good will. asPect of the development of Is-
... rael. admirablv fit him for the new
to set into motion, as rapidly as is responsibilities he has now accept
practicable, a successor organiza- ed. The affection and esteem in
tion to carry on its splendid work."' which he is universally held
Mr Eshkol said. throughout the Jewish communi-
"The responsibility for the es- i ties of the world have given him a
'Old Newsboys' Day'
Due Here April 4
Second annual Miami Daily News
Varietj 'Old Newsboys'
will be held on Monday. Apr.
4 Proceeds from the event go
toward the operation of the Vari-
bildren's Hospital
Maury Aashmann, Chief Barker
of the Variety Club, said tha
have not set a deCnil .i this
>ear but expect to
over the $12,000 tl
ear." On the f:r-t 0 New*
boys' I
i
sport- ?.nd the entertai:
sold
D
Lou; >.
years
Dounced i rn

the 11
War .r
ed to direct
with speedy success and has been
greatly encouraged by the measure
of cooperation which, in so short
a time, he has already succeeded
in evoking in so many quarters,
both on the part of individuals and
organizations."
last Wednesday in the !
en hotel, when Club
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Max Le
sailing for Israel May
Queen Elizabeth Both I
and Mrs. Levin have beetf
Women in Miami for
events of the Day's program are er, Opa Locka: Carl Gardner. Mi-
Louie Bandel. general area chair-
man; Jack Leonard, volunteers
chairman; Sandy Bronstein.
"Dough Guy chairman: Vic Le-
vine, circulation chairman; Bill
rvvV "ir"m>ck rtnirman; Rajah
Raboid. entertainers chairman.
Abe Gurevitz. supplies chairman;
Sig Eisenberg. Shrine chairman;
Willard Mahuffey. Shrine co-chair-
man: Mr* Catherine Chaplin,
women's committee chairman.
Bandel has named the following
chairmen for their respective ar-
ess Bernie Papy, Key West; Carl
Cluck. South Miami; Fred Hartnrtt.
Coral GaM :.. iiiaU h
Miami Springs \1 Kirsch M
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M n i-Riverside Bank: V.
Ferris, Ailapattah; i: iberl Seel
Fish-
e River: S I) Phillios.
Jr. Miami Shores; Leonard Kim-
tii rth Miami. D.m i
ami Beach; Judge Theodore R. Nel-
son. Surfside Bay Harbor; William
King. Hollywood; Tony Salvino. Ft.
Lauderdale.
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L generations of the Michael A. Stavitsky family of East
toe New Jersey have enrolled as National Sponsors for
I of the State of Israel Development Bond Issus, through
Ldual purchases of $1,000 in Israel Bonds. They, are Mrs.
hael A. Stavitsky, national chairman of the Women's Divi-
lof the State of Israel Bond Organization, Mrs. Eli Guter-
I n3r daughter, and Dinah Gutterman, her granddaughter.
L.n above is Mrs. Stavitsky presenting her granddaughter
[ an Israel Bond. The immediate goal of the National
fcsors is to enroll 3,000 women by Apr. 27, Israel's seventh
Iversarv, and provide a minimum of S3,000,00 in invest-
|1 capital for Israel.

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lessor Simon Halkin, of Hebrew University, translator of
1: Whitman's "Leaves of Grass' into Hebrew, is shown pre-
ling a copy of his work, now^out of print, to Lewis M. Stark,
prman of the rare book room at the New York Public
pry. The book will be housed in the Jewish Division and
| form a part of the library's extensive collection of Whit-
nia, many items of which are currently on exhibition in
pction with the Centennial of "Leaves of Grass."
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I wonder if the Jewish Com-
munity of the Greater Miami area
is aware of .the outstanding job that
is being performed by Mr. Louis
Schwartzroan. executive director of
the BufeaTI of Jewish Kducation,
and the assistant director, Mr. Her-
bert Berger.
Although Miami is fast becoming
e metropolis, the Bureau of
Jewish Kducation has kept its fing-
;ers on I he pulse oi 28 Jewish
schools and a total of approximate-
ly a.Oiiu Jewish children.
The "Curriculum Guide,'' which
is followed t> the majority of the
schools, is a masterpiece, and each
;year a '"Supplementary Guide' is
pul out and sent to each teacher
LtQd every school, M that ail the
school-; are working in a uniform
manner and SO th:it, if a child trans-
ten from one Sunday school or one
Hebrew school to another ho will
'bo able to pick up immediately
where he left off.
A "Teachers' Kit" is available to
all who are interested in learning I
the many facets of teaching in the
', Sunday schools from the Kinder-
1 garten through the Confirmation '
Class.
At the beginning of each year, a
'series of "Teachers' Seminars" are
[arranged for by the Bureau. These
are usually sponsored by the vari-
ous religious schools, and combine '
both an educational and social eve-
ning, wherein all the Sunday and ,
Hebrew school teachers have the '
opportunity of learning many new
methods and idea-, which are of
I great help to them in teaching.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
has a fine library, with a wealth
of information pertaining to any
phase of Jewish life. This is ac-
cessible to anyone and everyone
who wishes to take advantage of it.
Weeks before a Jewish holiday is
to transpire, a wonderful bulletin
Is sent to each and every teacher,
which is of invaluable heip in
| teaching and helping the children
: to understand and enjoy that par-
ticular festival.
These men are never too busy-
to stop and give a word of advice
or help Whenever needed, and have
never refused an invitation to
j speak before the many organiza-
, tions in the community.
Through the efforts of the Bu-
reau, an organization of all the
| Sunday and Hebrew school teach-
ers has been effected. Monthly
meetings are held, with luncheons
being served, interesting speakers
i on the roster and a social bond de-
| vcloped among the teachers of the
many schools.
As one of the many Sunday
school teachers in the Greater Mi-
ami area, and on behalf of all the
Sunday and Hebrew school teach-
ers, whose sentiments equal mine,
may I take this opportunity of con-
gratulating Mr. Louis Schwartzman
and Mr. Berger on their fine work
in the Greater Miami area. May
they have many years of good
health and a continued love and
interest in the wonderful work they
are doing.
MRS. JUDITH CHERNOFF
Non-objective painting "The Strength Within" is presented to
the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami by artist
Charles R. Jacobson (center). In 1927, Jacobson painted sym-
bolic mural at the original Hillel Foundation on the University
of Illinois campus, where he was enrolled as an art student.
Shown accepting the newest work by the artist are Hillel
president Sidney Aronovitz (left) and Hillel director Dr. Donald
Michelson.
First shipment of Carmel Wines imported from Israel especial-
ly for Passover is inspected by Israeli dancer Sara Aman,
who does a specialty number in the current Broadway show,
"Plain and Fancy." This year five special blends of Carmel
Wine from the famed cellars at Rishon-le-Zion and Zichron
Jacob are being brought here by the Carmel Wine Co., Inc.,
a subsidiary of the Palestine Economic Corporation. Weinkles
Liquor Stores are featuring Israel's Carmel Wines this year
in their Passover Wine and Liquor displays. Carmel Wines are
distributed by Miami Crown Distributors who, as a gesture
towards Israel, are making these products available at greatly
reduced prices.
.;Zrances P- Bolton (R.-O.) predicts that Communist propa-
a will be struck a strong blow by the American Jewish
IwvT6 P^P*1161- "The People Take the Lead," 200 copies
ti < V"6 shown here being presented by Irving M. Engel
Kef If r ot information services of the U.S. Information Aqency.
Miami's Sun-Ray Park Health Resort, 125 SW 30th ct.. is now under new ownership and man-
agement. According to managing director Murray B. Pinks, all departments have been reor-
ganized to furnish medical, nursing, dietetic, physiotherapeutic. diagnostic and custodial care
"second to none." Sun-Ray Park Health Resort is on five acres of tropical grounds, with a
staff including resident physician, consultants, graduate nurses and dietitian. On the regular
services of the resort's program are baths, massage, irrigations, diathermy, sun baths and
other medical treatment, both for residents and out-patients.


FAGE 14 A
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FRIDAY
MARCH
25,
The Year 18 and Jewish Reformer Gustarus Poznanski
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
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The more adveat ur
IhL however. he*ia to ang&e
be Polish commaai-
touikJ1 by haw from with-
ami SuHifced v-.thia by m-
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ruffed utdrrktaaL*. Oda: i
- left Poland in ISM aad
Many twnamiH all eom to
baaM a Bmk ( Prayer *v:
-*e The cantor j*tw*d tbc
t* rehcildic* He $m urto second da> unnect
w and reaped a fortune
a *? ol Ifcc organ Tar nexi
1M3 Pomanki in h
mon declared obserrance of the
The

Tbe reform:
Claawidbm Among those death, conformed aurwarmV
oat being inwardly reco
. aagogae majors: > TV
tees had to p.-- ution that
reachmenl
n and calculated to
,ord and anr-
The chaxan countered that hi>

since no part of hi<
:urther
sermons A reaction appear-
ha*e set in and the folly of with-
drawal by the Orthodu no* U
presented a r> I" the f* <* n;
an organ m the magnific<
-
-.ed Hamburg I :he re- rreased turner
forms in the new Temple spear took deeper r xt about
heading a revolt against the npd- making a pnbl
an opportune mo-
( ansorbed the <* **** "
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end mx oc.y nadicated the r
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and resentment-
Pomanski resigned N
needing the salary he continued
.. _- a \oiunteer.
p from The opponent s of fur-
The ther change> invited the di
: to rejoin Beth l
g m- Ottolengui refused to call a tneet-
: of applying to the
Co. f mandamuv the
.d a meeting and
in the 23 a; But when the
i hanged the lock of lac
lo keep his opponents
'ut a
arrant E t became
.. peaceful >ettlement
1955 Jewish Music Festival Citation was awarded to Canb
Samuel Kelemer at the last meeting of the executive canmiL
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. MrtUi
ton Sirkin. Center president (left), here presents the awardh
Cantor Kelemer. who served as program coordinator f Hj
recent community-wide festival sponsored by the Center
be ertwrnJ
Zionism with the i
Ac
e each faction represented by emi-
ite dc -el The organ
-=rion and reforms contrary
soanng aratam nhag Sephardim were aired
- -" our Jan matter- B

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salerr and our Paie>-
tine "
The 'mehow
ly or unu elated dis-
cord between the a
form and the defer,-
quo The organ became the
. lmtact Both faction-
aid not hold .getfa-
r.ree year> before the Su-
preme Court of South Carolina
pped the religious
and decided that only the president
had the legal right to call the meet-
\oted in the seceders
-ki continued to
serve Beth Elohim without com-
: n With the years he grew
in wealth, in experience, in pre-
Anshe Ernes to Get Charter;
Congregation Needs Scroll
Congregation Anshe Ernes, of
2389 Coral Way will soon receive
it- charter, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Jo-eph
Abramson. president.
Abramson said that the conserv-
ative congregation meets for group
services Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning
Other officer- include
Gothelf. vice pre-ident; Jo*^
cus. secretary; and Max Roth
treasurer. Phaeton are Sail
man, Meyer Shapiro and
Sack>
Congregation leaders also
nounced that they are in mi\
a Scroll of Law
er A de\:ce was tried b> wa;
1 compromise each group to use the tige Marriage into a respected old
-ag.gue on alternating Satur- family secured his social landing
But the conservatives with- He now offered to retire: but the
. drew, resigned their right- to the congregation would accept no
-enerated for re- building, the cemetery the perpet- resignation He insisted however
decade earlier by 1-aae ua- lund *Iii formed the Sheanth
the orthodox
-. mam
Dltseners Invited
The fight for the f-rgar. .
predicted, u^.
opening skirmish for more
holism be-
came ciea- the reformer--
ied the c
*.v require a three-fourths vote to

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proved t-
::imm Beech Mcyc: Korc'.d Sr.=r-_-o sicr.s the proclamation
::r Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Day. which was held
.rs: week. B. L Binder. Academy president, looks on. Mrs.
.r-'.r.g PkW. chairman of the Academy's annual year bock
::--..-eo. ami Ma S.cr.ey MMmsmita pnaidnM c: iHMmm
Annirtj Women, also wimess the signing. Over 250 volun-
ttmn paiticipated in Academy Dcy
that a new minister would serve
the best interests of the commu-
Isaac M. Wise
Ir. Albany, a recent immigrant.
aac Meyer win heard of the
opening and sent his application
Invited to vi-u Charleston, he
came by boat and was received by
heading a committee A
mutual antipathy h the
chazan >tiff formalm and studied
' In the carnage
from (fered
to enlighten him as to the
' '
t com-
The pa
,,>r:: the future founder
dai-m'ex-
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nan bent- than -u and
ever >peak"
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diversity of Miami to Mark Language
feek and Highlight 'Hebrew Evening'
lv ol Miami will observe
Kd annual Language Week
,1 V,r 27 lo Apr. 2. Presented
I .he Department of Modern Lan-
l!/rs at the U of M. the unique
Evince is devoted to activities
,, stimulate an interest
r\'hc jtudy of foreign language
I culture.
Iwell known speakers, educators
Id linguists will discuss aspects
[French, Russian, German, Hal-
Hebrew, Spanish and English,
[addition, there will be technical
isions on "Linguistic Science and
Dguage Learning."
toionK features of the obscrv-
euill be a French choral group,
Ljan ballet, German glee club,
'talk by I'i- Jay F- w- Pearson,
csideni of the University of Mi-
ni, and foreign films, including
fmoiion picture on the Hebrew
jnvcr^ity at Jerusalem.
."hairman of Language Week is
[ Bert hold Fried!, who indicated
at the highlight of the observ-
er will be the 350th anniversary
the publication of Cervantes'
on Quixote," and the 750th an-
Irersary of the Hebrew version of
timondies' "Guide to the Per-
fexed."
Participating will be Dr. Ralph
[Boggs. director of the UM Inter-
Kional Center; Dr. William P.
smukes. chairman of the Modern
|nguagc Department; Dr. Freidl,
pfessor of Romance Languages
Russian; Dr. Leonard R. Mul-
Professor of French and di-
hor of the I'M summer school
[Oaxaca. Mexico; Dr. Mclanie S.
sborough, Professor of German;
Robert S Whitehouse, Associ-
Profess'ir oi Modern Languag-
IHebrcw Evening" will be held
LHillel House on Thursday eve-
rg, Mar. 31, marking the Ameri-
Jcwi>h Tercentenary. Presid-
! as chairman will be Dr. Joseph
[Hurwitt,- instructor of Hebrew
Ithe UM. Program will include
Dr. Berfho/d C. Fried/
Friends of Hebrew University; and
Dr. Fried 1.
School Announces
Summer Camp
Ida G. Lear, director-principal of
the Lear School, this week an-
nounced plans for the school's first
summer day camp, for nine weeks
beginning June 20.
Mrs. Lear, who has headed the
Miami Beach private school for the
past 20 years said that for the first
time "Lear School will accede to
the request of many of our students
and parents to continue our activi-
ties throughout the summer
months." ,
In addition to the regular school
curriculum, for students in the age
group of four to 14, the Lear School
will conduct classes in the various
arts and crafts, special programs of
dancing, ceramics and dramatics,
as well as the usual song-fests.
Swimming in the 75 foot pool, lo-
Summer Student
Tour Announced
Second annual coeducational
summer student tour to Europe
and Israel sponsored by Camp Blue
Star of HendersonviUe, N.C., is an-
nounced for 1955 by the founders
and directors: Herman and Harry
Popkin, of Atlanta, Ga.
Conducted for a select and limit-
ed number of students from July
I to Sept 8, the tour will be super-
vised and guided by Mrs. Elsie
Levin, of Gainesville, Fla., and
Samuel H. Rosenberg, of Atlanta,
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education there.
Mrs. Levin, world traveler, is on
the staff of the University of Flor-
ida as housemother for Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity. She has taken stu-
dents abroad and given lectures
on travel. A registered pharma-
cist, she has an MA degree from
Smith College and done public re-
lations and youth guidance work.
Rosenberg brings to the group
27 years of experience in Jewisli
education as teacher, youth work-
er, principal, camp leader, director
I of educational activities and execu-
tive director.
Traveling by ocean liners, the
group of young people will sail
from Quebec, Canada. They will
spend almost a month in Europe,
visiting historic cities of western
Europe, and two weeks will be
spent in Israel. Designed to meet,
the interests and needs of young
people, the tour's purposes, as out-
lined by Blue Star directors, la to
offer "an exciting, educational and
adventurous travel experience with
a purpose."
LEGAL NOTICE
Rembrandt and Jews
Saul Raskin, artist and writer,
will be guest speaker at the regu-
lar Saturday evening meeting of
Der Yiddisher Forum in Kne-a-ih
Israel Congregation. Mrs topic will
be "Rembrandt and the Jew."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34953 B
In K, ESTATE OF
JESSIE ll!i;|.KUIKSK\. D
To Ml i r-.-.lit i s and All Pel sons Hal
in*; Claims "i Demands Agalns! Said
Estate:
You, .1 '.i ii >>f >"ii, in neteby
notified ami required to preaenl an]
claim* mi,! demanda which you, or
either of you, ma) l nsl the
estate of JESHIK FREDERIKSEN,
deceased late >( Dads County, Flor-
ida, t< tin1 Honorable County Judges
of i > ui. County, ami file the same in
their offices in Hi,- Count} Courthouse
In Mail,- County, Florida, within < iht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald oil.....
or dainandfl t<> oontsln the legal ad-
ol iin- claimant ami to be sworn
to Hnil |ii-e*enteil ,i aforesaid, or
sa in,- will be bat i ed.
i '.ii, ,i March Knd, A.D 1151
MAX IS. SILVER
As Executor of iti<- Last Will
iiiul Testament "f
JESSIE FREDER1K8EN,
I ...
M vx R. SILVER
\it.,i ne> for Executor
S/J3 4/1-8-lfi
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
\ I.I. T< WIH >M 'III BSE I'Rl
K.s'l's SHALL Ci '-Mi:. OREETINi
\\ Ii.
i IE" >Rl IK i HERTKl IF',
MIAMI ll.i'Kli'A
NORMAN SOMBER! i,
Ml IMI, I- LORIDA
ii'SKl'll B, REIMMAN,
MIAMI. FLORIDA
EMILY SMITH,
MIAMI. 1 l.i IRIDA
did "ii the 25th da) of August, A 11
....... ,| ui
the i'' > i- Ions ol "Ii i;
LAWRAMAR VPAI
MENTH ('('HI' ...........i atlon,
.ii place of buslne- a'.
Dade County, in the Stati
Ma. and whereas the proper
fi,r- of such corporation did "ii
:'i~t .lav of March, A.D, ID
I,, be riled in Mi,- pffl >
tars of Btate of the State I
a duly aui bent Ii i ted i
a by ili stockholders undei
\ isions <>f said Chs -
Statutes, showing thi ion .,f
such corporation.
Now. then foie, the Secretar) Mat,- does hei eb
voinK ami ihat he Is sat
tin- requirements of law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1
ha \,- hereunto set mj bai
ami have affixed the 'ii
Seal "f the State of FIoi
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the twenty-first da) of '
a n less.
R, A DRAY,
Set i etai \ of State.
(SEAL)
1/25/53
nu r .i- J > y swimming in tne 75 toot pool, io-
H,Z ur ^ic-nelson d're,ctor cated on the Lear grounds at 1010
ttllei Mrs. Samuel N. Katzin, West ave., wil, bc*the daiIy high.
icnal vice president of the | h ht of student activities.
nencan Friends of the Hebrew
fiversity; Victor Stem, of the
music school; Mrs. Jennie
ossinger. Miami Beach philan-
opist: Mrs Judith Drucker, so-
M and recitalist; Dr. Hurwitz;
' Matilda Itatner, president of ',
Emphasis will be placed upon
teenage activities. Special instruc-
tion will be afforded/the older stu-
dents in boating, fishing and sail-
ing. The summer camp will be un-
der the direction of Richard Lear,
fc Bureau of Jewisrf Education" and tne facu,,v wil1 De essentially
^rv cua. n i .. the same instructors who have
KOidaHul.in. president of the | been wilh the schoo, for many
feater Miami Chapter, American i years.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association
owner and operator of
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
and
Woodlawn Cemetery
(JEWISH SECTION)
announces that
MR. LEONARD S. LUNDE
' is associated with it as its Managing-Director
effective March 15, 1955
Main Office: at the GROUNDS OF MT. SINAI MEMORIAL PARK
1125 N.W. 137th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE MU 1-4432
President: Theodore J. Sakowitx, 922 Seybold Building, Miami
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Attornej foi Applicant
71 W Flasler St.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 177712
PEPI SZl'MILOWHKI, Plaintiff,
JAN s/.r.MU.i i'.\ ski. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in JAN SZr.Mll.iiW SKI
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BUI of Complain! foi Dreorce haw been
lied afslnsl you, and you an tqi
oil to serve i opj ol ) oui Inswei i
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attorney, UERMHON s MILLER. \M
l in. ..in Road, Miami Beai h, I
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Clerk "f the Circuit i"" irt,
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL 'in WHOM THESE PK --
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IRVING CTPEN,
MIAMI BEACH, I'M IRIDA
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ili.l .in the Njp) day ..f May, A D, I ..
cause to be bSOOTPOrated under she
provisions f Chapter 60S, Florida
Statutes, IRENE sin IPS, INC.,
poratlon, with its principal plat -
business at Miami Beach, Dade l
ty. in the State <>f Florida, and "ii> -
as the stockhoMera of sucB con
tion iiii on the l'-th day of Mapch, A D
to be filed in the office
of the Sect etarj of State of tin
of l lorlda, a Consent of all the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
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Inn the din*ohition of su.ii corporation.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1955
SECTION B
DR. JUDAH MAGNES
PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR
Local Leaders to Knock on Doors Sunday
In Area-Wide CJA Drive for All-Out Push
- ?***** Miami's top civic leaders w.II personally accept assign-
ments in the door-to-door Combined Jewish Appeal "C-Day drive on
Sunday, March. 27.
,i. W fe a" workcrs '"gether in this important life-saving cam-
paign and everyone is expected to work on this day." said chairman
bam J. Human. Heiman has long been interested In the problems of
Wd and has followed close), the expansion and growth of the
Jewish Home for the AgeB, Federation participating agency.
He ha-; accepted some 20 pledge

Officials Greet
Community Day
The following statements were
issued by Combined Jewish Appeal
leaders on the eve of "C-Day"the
all-out community effort to
life-saving funds for men. wom-
en and children around the world:
By STANLEY C. MYERS,
President. Greater Miami Jev/ish
Federation
|iami teen-agers do their share in preparing for the Combined
wish Appeal "C-Day" on Sunday. Mar. 27. Shown receiving
acards for distribution from Miami chairman Harry Gordon
|e (kneeling) Pam Silverman and Bobby Kammerman. Stand-
are Ann Elovitz and Doris Plotkin.
m MTING DUE AT ALGIERS
\k Chairmen Urge Division Workers
Attend Volunteers' Function Susday
cards and will personally canvass
prospects in his own neighborhood,
according to Miami chairman Har-
in Qordon. Carl Weinkle, tonner
campaign chairman and president
Of Federation, will also make calls
in h neighborhood joining Stan-
ley C. Myers. Federation president.
Herbert Scber, Leon Kaplan and
Aaron M. Kanner.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, chair-
man ol the Women's Division, has
issued a call I i all women volun-
teet to Join her in the do ir-to-
door effort. She has accepted her
assignment from "C Day" chair-
man Burnett Roth on Miami Beach,
I his is a day to achieve our phi! and declared-
anthropie maturitya day when -n j.s the duty of everyone to
we are called upon to stand up and exert an extra effort on tins day,
be counted. And I am sure the! no matter how much work has
Jewish community in Miami and gone before."
Miami Beach will come forward ., c;m ,,, K ,
_, .,. .,., i Mrs. Simonhoff has spoken on
and work and give in proper pro- occasjons of nor &0* |n.
r terest in the character building
programs of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center and of
the rapidly expanding education
projects directed in the religious
schools through the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Federation ag-
encies here.
Harold Turk, former mayor of
Cherlkol
W tinkle
Friedman Mrs. Simonhofl
lairmcn of c.IA divisions have
pi their workers to report to
leers' party and
pv on Sund \ evening. Mar. 27,
i hotel.
ihe Trades Di
pi Leo (haiken, John Serbin,
Ackerman and Artie Kravitz
I be en hand to roceivc complete
|ge cards and checks in a final
to narrow the distance be-
pn then current achievement
Itheir huge ntoo.ooo goal.
Bearding to chairman Sam J.
nan. the Trades Division has
I than $169,000 to go to achieve
huota and, from latest reports,
IRetail Merchants Units and the
Join Road merchants group may
>ponsible for pushing the di-
pn over the top.
jraut/s group has raised $52,-
lind-expects theAemaining 264
IPecIs who gave^last year to
p their contributions.
* Carner, whose Winter Resi-
workers recently surprised
I with a birthday party at the
prs hotel, has expressed con-
fee that his workers wilr
fve the S260.000 mark set for
tamer has issued a call to
!
all outstanding winter resident
pledges asking that they report to
the Algiers Hotel on Sunday.
In the Women's Division a mass
cleanup campaign is now in prog
ress following the successful chai
luncheon. Announcement was
made by chairman Mrs. Samuel Si-
monhoff that her division is near-
ing the $120,000 mark. She has re-
quested her co-chairmen and group
leaders to report their pledge col-
lections at the Sunday dance. The
HoteJ and Motel Division) headed
by Morris Lansburgh, shows every
indication of reaching its quota of
$150,000 within the next few
weeks. Daniel M. Broad, chairman
of Apartment House Division, has
been meeting every Thursday af-
ternoon with his committee and is
optimistic on returns. His group ac-
cepted a quota which is 30 percent
higher than that of last year.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of
the "C-Day" dance, has announced
that valuable prizes will be given
to many workers who attend the
affair. Entertainment, music and
dancing will be featured, and a
record turnout of nearly 1,000
people are expected to attend.
FUNDS NEEDED FOR THESE GOALS
Th*se arc tha COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL quotas by
P'V's.ons. THESE ARE THE VITAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE
I'M CAMPAIGN:
ptvisjon:
POTKI.s MOTELS
' S,NES AND PROFESSIONAL
pARTMENT*
p*TER i;ks:i)KNTS
rOMEN
N* I Wl'AKJNs
' "Av and I
TOTAL
$ 150.000
700.000
15.000
260.000
157,000
30.000
35.000
3.000
$1,350,000
humanitarian task.
Federal ion's drive is an annual
"tall to our community conscience
and, for 17 years, we have seen
givers, big and small, answer that
call. We will answer it again in
1955 to strengthen"Jewish living
here, throughout the country, and
in Israel.
The family of agenciesthe Mia5 Beaon '"l(1 a councilman
many thousands who belong to aml prominent area leader in Jew-
Federation and arc served by fed l* "Irs. will also serve as a
eration through its numerous maJr ln R"!n ^ Beach arm> Turk
health, welfare, and Social agen-1w;,s r**nt,J' '">""'(' >>' B'nai
cieswill come through on "C- ?* "< fraternal order which
Bay." he helped to found and develop in
the South Florida area.
Judge Milton A. Friedman and
Judge Charles Gertler will lay
aside their robes of judicial office
and trudge the pavements along
with many hundreds of their
friends on "C-Day." Judge Fried-
man has been for many years in-
terested in civic aefense programs
supported by the Anti-Defamation
League, the American Jewish Com-
mittee and in B'nai B'rith.
David Levinson of the Algiers
hotel, who has played a major role
in the CJA Hotel Division, asked
to be assigned to the door-to-door
unit operating in his neighborhood
and accepted a score of pledge
cards from Roth.
Also working in the ranks on
"C-Day" will be the following lead-
ers of the 1955 Campaign Cabinet:
Leo Ackerman. Daniel M. Broad,
George Chertkof. Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser, Louis Heiman. Aaron Kravitz.
Abe Kurman. Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, David Phillips, Joseph Rose.
Arnold Seeder and Fred K. j
Shochet.
Other Federation agencies in Mi-
ami are Jewish Social Service Bu-'
reau. National Council of Jewish,
Women and Mount Sinai Hospital.
By SAM J. HEIMAN
Chairman, CJA Campaign
I call upon every Jewish man and
woman to open their heart on "C-1
Day." If you cannot give two hours |
to this humanitarian cause on Sun-
dayplease stay at home, welcome
your "C-Day" volunteer gratefully
and graciously and give generously
when she asks for your pledge.
This is a mercy campaign, and
we hold life in our hands on Sun.,
Mar. 27. ?
Give once, but make it a big gift,
as big as the needsas big as your
heart!
By HARRY GORDON
Chairman "C-Day" in Miami
Halfway around the world 30,000
Jews look to us and to what wc
will do on "C-Day." They live in
the North African ghettos and
want to go to Israel where they can
lead new lives of decency, hope and
dignity.
Throughout our country, schools,
hospital and important character
building agencies also look anvious-
ly to Miami on "C Day."
The key on "C Day" is an inspir-
ed volunteer. The success of our
Campaign is in the hands of our
I volunteer worker who is willing to
contact all his assigned prospects.
We must dedicate ourselves to the i
Kaplan
*Sf
CJA Program on TV
"CJA Serves You" will be the
subject of a live television pr(>s<'n
tation on station WTVJ Friday eve-
job and finish it so that 55 institu- i"" 6 P-m-
tions can go forward and serve US
in the coming year.
By BURNETT ROTH
Chairman, Miami Bach "C-Day"
The program will be devoted to
"C-Day" and will feature Stanley C. j
Myers, president of the Greater Mi- j
ami Jewish Federation, and Coun-
cilman Burnett Roth, chairman of
"C-Day" on Miami Beach.
Steic;
Philiiai
j Residents of Miami Beach-I call
'upon you to make one gift on "C- j ceive the everlasting thanks of 472.-
i Day" and to help us in this annual 500 men, women, and children who
campaign Ml. Sinai Hospital, the need our help.
Greater Miami Jewish Community j Let's give Israel its place in the
Center, the Jewish Home for the sun. Let's fight neglect and delay
md many other local Instittl* i let's mobilize our wondrous com-1
tions depend on us. munal strength in one inspired ac-
Ur must not let them down tion in behalf of Jewry. With
Come out and work with me on' steady hand and generous heart
Sunday. Mar. 27, and you will re we can and will achieve our goal.


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FPIDAYJVIarch 25, J |
Bond Organization Plans to Celebrate Israel Anniversary
Jocob Sher
To salute the State of Israel on
her seventh anniversary, there will
be a dinner on Apr. 27 at
the Saxony hotel, it was announced
this week by Jacob Sher. Greater
Miami chairman of the State of
Israel Bonds Committee.
The dinner will highlight the
1955 campaign here for the sale
of Israel Development Bonds.
Sher stated that admission to
the dinner will be limited to those
persons who became members of
the honored "Guardian* of Israel."
for 1955.
The "Guardians of Israel" ll ;i
select group of persons who pur-
chase $1,000 or more in State of
Israel Development Bonds.
Setting up a busy Women's Divi-
sion program for 1955 is Mrs. Fan-
nie Selig. chairman of the Wom-
en's Division for Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Selig is confident that the
goal of 125 Sponsors of Israel for
1955 will be reached. Already 22
women for this area have enrolled
this year. A Sponsor is a woman
who purchases $1,000 or more in
Israel Development Bonds.
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Ben Essen Guest Speaker
At Beth David Men's Club
Regular monthly meeting of
Beth David Men's Club will be held
on Tuesday evening. Mar. 29. in
the Beth David auditorium, an-
nounced Max Jacobson. president.
Guest speaker will be Ben Essen,
former president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center, a
trustee of the Hillel Foundation,
past master of Hibiscus Lodge and
presently serving as Deputy Dis-
trict Grand Master of the 28th
Masonic District.
Rose Benson is 1955 Purim
Queen. Selected by popular
teenage vote at the recently
conducted Purim carnival of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, Beach
Branch, Miss Benson was one
of 12 contestants for this an-
nual title in which representa-
tives of various teenage clubs
here annually compete.
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Home repairs
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and Latin-American dancing.
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, MARCH 25. 1955
18 Women Given 'Valor Awards1
At Southeast League Convention
'convention included the Mesdames
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njhicen Sisterhood women were
J?2Wom<'H Of Valor" pins at
*Cnt conference of the South
'^nnch of the National Worn-
*Jgue of the United Syna-
lut of America.
Conference was held Fe* 27
hmwh Mar 1 in Savannah. Ga.
*Sent> of KoW 'Women of
b,k?awards included Mrs. Freda
l!lan of Temple Emanu-El Sis-
Lrhood' Mrs. Harry Laufer, Beth
vid Sisterhood; and Mrs. Milton
Lippitz. national vice president
if ,he National Women's League
"nd member of Anshe Emet Sister-
. Chicafio. Ill
Deigned a- a service pin in
cognition and appreciation of the
e thought and effort they ex-
ited in behalf of their Sister-
ioods. the award expresses the
iih level purpose of Synagogue
omen in their devotion to bring
fulfillment the aims and purpos-
g of the program of the National
lomen's League.
Silver award recipients at the
f**
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Harry Rogers. Temple Bmanuel Sis'-
terhood; Leon Weinstein, Temple
Beth-El Sisterhood. Birmingham
Ala.; Henry B. Wernick. North
Shore Sisterhood; Harold Rivkind
B'nai Israel Ladies Auxiliary. St
Petersburg, Fla.; Emanuel Green-
stein, Ahavas Chesed Sisterhood
Mobile, Ala.; Sanders Tofield
Daughters of Israel Sisterhood.'
Jacksonville, Fla. >#.
Bronze award recipients were
the Mesdames Jack Falk, Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood: Samuel Gins-
berg, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood;
Ira Walsy, Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood; Samuel Weisen, Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood; Hyman Kim-
erling. Temple BcthEl Sisterhood,
Birmingham, Ala.; Bert Sher, Beth
David Sisterhood; Myer Sherman,
Agudath Achim Sisterhood, Savan-
nah, Ga.; Meyer W. Tennenbaum,
Agudath Achim Sisterhood, Savan-
nah, Ga.; Rose Gartner, Daughters
of Israel Sisterhood, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Freda Newman (left), of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, is
congratulated by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, founder honorary
president, following her receiving a gold "Woman of Valor"
award at the recent National Women's League convention in
Savannah.
Academy Students
Plan Model Seder
In preparation for the "Passover
holiday, the Parent-Teachers' As-
sociation of the Hebrew Academy
will hold its annual model Seder
on Sunday night, Mar. 27, at the
Victor hotel.
Mrs. Charles Gertler. president
of the Academy's P.T.A., stated
that students of the seventh grade
will conduct the complete service
and will also lead in the singing
portion of the Seder.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, will discuss customs and
traditions pertaining to the holi-
! day.
An original script, written by
Alfred Cosman, social studies in-
structor at the Academy, based on
the Passover story, will be drama-
tized by the Academy's choral
group. Miriam Donnerstag, musi-
cal director, will accompany the
group on the piano.
Introducing the program will be
Mrs. Shushanna Spector, instructor
at the Academy and chaplain of the
school's P.T.A.
Gables JWV Auxiliary
Honors Outgoing Officers
Coral Gables Jewish War Veter-
ans Post 243 Ladies' Auxiliary
Tuesday held a surprise dinner at)
the Red Diamond Inn honoring
outgoing president Mrs. Buddy
Logue.
In her two terms of office, Mrs,
Logue has seen the auxiliary dou-
ble its memberships.
Also honored were newly elect-
ed president Mrs. Marion Silver-
ston, senior vice president Mrs.
Harriet Bernstein and junior vice
president Mrs. Adele Klugerman.
Installation of incoming offi-
cers will be held in April jointly
with other auxiliaries in this area.
Class Openings Announced
Lindsey Hopkins Vocational
School has several openings in the
new class in commercial baking for
the making of basic sweet dough,
Danish pastries and pies. This class
operates two nigh;s a week, Tues-
day and Thursday, for a total of
60 hours.
Donor Party Wednesday
Donor card party for Mollie Ka-
haner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
gation Monticello Park will be held
Wednesday evening, Mar. 30, at the
congregation building. Hostesses
will be the Mesdames Ruth Lasser,
Ann Wexler. Lois Brodsky and Os-
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_FHg)AY. MARCH 25. 1955
PERSONALITIES l\ PASORAMA
Berlin Philharmonic:
Tainted Ambassadors
By ROBERT GARY
ever selected the Berlin
Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted
bj Herbert von Karajan and man-
aged by Gerhart von Esterman. to
serve as cultural emissaries to the
United States behaved stupidly
and in bad taste. Both these men
were long-time and faithful mem
bere of the Nazi Party and there
has been nothing to indicate that
they felt uncomfortable during
their membership in the Party or
have since regretted their act in
joining.
I the Nazi Party, are continually en-
' tering this country for temporary
periods The irony, of cour
that while these former Nazis are
free to come to this country :
sorts of purpose.-, eminent
lists from Iron Curtain and other
countries whose political views are
either unpopular or suspect, are
barred from atter entitle
conferences. But that i- only part
of the problem of our illogical and
indefensible immigration law
However, the issue hen- i- I
legal one. A simple visit by an in
AT THE MOVIES
.,
Cerf, Humorless Eras,
Demagogues, Addenda
Or. Judah t. Magnet
. his accolade and reward
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOODAmericans have
loct their sense of humor, a condi-
tion fertile for demogagues, ac-
cording to publisher-author-leotur-
er Bennett Cert, who believes the
American public is becoming
chained by conformity. "Whenever
someone says or does something
different, he's immediately point-
ed out and branded. If we're go-
dividual mav depend on whether
.^rJ,h/.m..row ,0iLpearJ".th^ or not he is el, admission
under the law. a project as extens-
a 21-concert tour by a phil-
harmonic orchestra involves ex-
United State* as ambassadors of
dwill is an affront to the sensi-
bilities of a vast number of Amer-
icans who suffered directly or in-
directly from Nazi barbarism or
who recall that era with deep hor-
ror. The fact that they come in the
name of culturesupposedly the
expresMon of man's finest and
highest achievementonly deep-
,;nd compounds, the affront.
There is no challenge to their
right to visit this country.
Under the law. members of a to-
::an party that has been out
of existence for five years qualify
entry; and the Nazi Party, ac-
ing to our State Department.
sad to exist some ten years ago.
As a result. German buMnf--men.
its and other visitors, thou
of whom were member.- of
THE WOIU It OE SPORTS
New Jersey Team Gets
JWBBasket Crown
Physical Education Committee,
which is headed by Charles L.
Ornstein. Next on the JWB'.-
sports calendar will be the nation-
al volleybally tournament, and
then the airmail swimming meet.
Tenni- -tar Herb Flam made the
headline- on the -ports pages re-
cently. He won hi- -ingles match
By BILL WOLF
IT A
year*s champion team of the
al Jewish Welfare Board's
the YMHA of Eliza-
zi 'h. New Jers
After surviving a whole series of
' cal and regional playoffs the
Elizabeth -quad went on to play
rial tourney held in Washing- in the international tennis tourna-
D-C. nient in Barranquilla. Columbia.
Right up until the last game, it Elam defeated Juan Devore of Bel-
I Iced a< if the Jewish Commu- 8um y score- of 62. 61. and
House of Bensenhurst, Brook- 62-
Ij D, always a strong team, might Col. Harry Hen-hel. who ha- for
come through for the title. But in many years been an active partici-
final contest. Elizabeth wamp- pant in promoting international
the Brooklynite- by 9379 athletic event-, was instrumental
scor*- in preparations tor the entry of the
There were eight team- in the l s 'n ,ne basketball competition
'ff round. They includeJ Port- af ,np Pan-American Games in
I Maine: Toronto: Lynn. Ma Mexico City.
Haven. Conn : Baltimor
the host team from Washington,
D.C. Last year'.- title holder was
the team from Portland'. Ore.
At the end of the tournament.
- i- the tradition, trophy w a s
awarded to the athlete considered
the most valuable player in the
' lurney. Thi- year'- award went to
Herbert Graubard of Elizabeth.
The tourney was sponsored by
the JWB's National Health and
O n T H E H O O K g H g E E
Dr. Magnes Flies bv Grim Nets
*ElSaXZ*EX& Or World Marred by Polities
the public relations aspect- and
FOR ZION'S SAKE. A Biography of Judah L. Magnes. By Norman
Benrwich. 317 pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society
of America. $4.00.
By HILARY MINOLIN
DR. Jul(AH L Magnet, tir>t Chancellor and first President of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was truly a "prophet without honor in
his own country." In a sense, he was a failureif the rejection by
other- of a man's attitudes and fondest proposals is the criterion of
failure. But to many people, success is something more than implemen-
tation, and the measure of a man's life shall be taken by what he was.
rather th.m by what he did Perhaps in these terms a fairer evaluation
will be made. Dr. Bentwich. former Attorney General of the Govern-
ment of Palestine (British), friend and colleague of Dr. Magnes. has
written a sympathetic but apparently unslanted account.
Moat Jew- land particularly Zionists) know of Magnes through his
tremendously unpopular efforts for the binationality of Palestine, and
his pacifist attitude at a time when such thinking was tantamount to
succoring the enemy. Few know that he was also deeply troubled by
the disorder of the American Jewish community in the early 1900's.
and the experiments he attempted towards organization; or of the large-
scale relief program he initiated for the Jews of Eastern Europe at the
same time that his pacifism decried the reason for their suffering.
FEW KNOW, too. one of the major reasons why Magnes spoke con-
stantly m terms of a "fusion of Judaism and humanity," and. con-
sistently with this belief, acted as a bridge between the Jews and Arabs.
Indeed, he welcomed the formation of the Arab league, believing it
would mean recognition of the Jewish National Home and room for
more Jews in neighboring Arab land.-. Zionists were incensed when
Magnes opposed their official policy of a Jewish State because he feared
(prophetically) it would lead to war with the Arabs; he proposed and
militated for. instead. "Ihud"the union of Jews and Arabs in a bi-
national state, and the union of Palestine, Transjordan, Syria and
Lebanon "in an economic and political federation."
His conviction* ought to be viewed. I think, in the light of Magnes'
inability to reconcile the nature of God with the terrible suffering in
the world. "He was in rebellion against God. as he rebelled against
the injustice of men." Dr. Bentwich writes
many other factor- Whate\er the
legal rights of the Herren von
Jvarajan and Esterman. they
should never have been invited
nor encouraged to come.
And it is to be hoped that those
responsible for this program will
show a little more -en bflity in the future Surely there
must be in Germany, ten year*
after the war. some men of cul-
ture and art. untainted by partici-
pation in the Nazi crime. If there
are not. then the situation is cer-
tainly serious enough to warrant
deep concern and attention by
America.
j ing to let self-appointed snoopers
take away all the liberties our
! forefathers fought so hard for
there'll be no individual voices
left," he says. "My remedy lor in-
ternational relations is: yet those
stony faced Russians to crack their
sourpusse.-. then we'll be able to
talk peace."
* *
Famed impresario Sol RUfe!
has negotiated a deal with NBC-TV
whereby he now become- a cons*
tant for the network in lining up
talent for its "spectacular. Hurok
I'left this week lb t:'a-TourJiietft
swing of European cpn : u, ,
quest for top performer- on llie
, Continent. The signing of Hurok
is designed to give television more
of an international flavor How-
jever. his consultancy wont be lim-
, ited to importations; talent out of
the Hurok domestic stable will also
be used.

Danny Kaye tells us he been
signed for the Palladium. London,
for six weeks, starting May 22. It's
been Danny's custom to plaj this
top British vaudeville house on
alternate years.
The Palladium thus fir has
posted Eddie Fisher. Joel Grej Ml
of comedian-musician Mickey Katfl
and Kaye.
*
Paul Muni will star in Inherit
the World," the Jerome Lawrence-
Robert Lee drama due Apr 13 on
Broadway under the -j nsorshi)
of Producer Herman Shumlin.

Georgie Jessel has delivered the
manuscript of his persona; mem-
oirs of the past 12 year- titled
"This Way, Miss." to his publish-
er-. Holt and Company. Immediate '
publication is planned.
< *
Georgie describes it a- an an-
thology of "sayings, eulogies and
opinions of men. place.- an I things,
from Hollywood to Haifa, from
hoodlums to holy men. from Roose-
velt to Rubirosa, from Liverpool to
Liberace."
If he had attained a conviction of God, he would have hit whole life
to be a religious teacher. Failing to attain it. he turned ... to
political activity, with a reioive to make it an Instrument to a better
order of life Aldout Huxley hat noted that again and again
eccletiattict and piout laymen have become ttatetmen in the hope of
raiting politic! to their own high moral level, and again and again
politic! (tic-, dragged them down to the lower moral level .
Magnet, by hit refutal to be dragged down, condemned himtelf to
political failure.
MAGNES' PLAN was criticized a- Utopian and idyllicby implica-
tion, naive. Doubts were raised a- to its workability, since it 'depended
on the cooperation of Jews and Arabs Magnes believed that the estab
liahment of the binalional plan would produce the necessan attitude
for its success
We shall never know if he was right. It is difficult to say blanketly
that Magnes was "on the side of the angels"on whose side'would that
comm.ttee. ^ for a halting-place of cnmit.es a,covenant of reconciliation." hu
Thc basketball scandals. ,n which eKM^d^tSe'coS^ ^n^hl' iTTT !" "?
Nat Holman finally won his clear- this his reward-that he was so far aheadT,i the mnJ n acco,ade,aIn.d
R."!^ -percu-sion- day thai the rest of us could n^Ho^pl'o tStbTffiilS
The tame- began on Mar 12 and
are .-cheduled to continue through
Mar 26. Col. Henshel is chairman
of the United Stat<
kethall committee.
in the sports world
we cannot deny to Judah Magnes
Pro or con, this is one thing
feu/ Muni
en Droodwiry
REHIXB POEITUAE Cl RTAI\S
AH Near East Treaties are Based on Policy of Exclusion
Col. Harry Henshel
. chair
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
This would seem to be a good
week to take a look at a well-pub-
licized though perhaps little un-
derstood event which took place
recently and which may have its
effect not only upon the coun-
tries of the Middfe East but also,
quite possibly, upon the stability
and peace of the Western world
as a whole. The conclusion of the
Treaty between Iraq and Turkey,
purportedly, to the mutual bene-
fit of these nations, proves, upon
a somewhat closer examination to
be another link in the growing
chain of security arrangements
within the Middle East based up-
on discrimination and exclusion.
In thi- ea-e. the exclu-ion is that
of I-raelthe one state within
the Middle La.-t which is distinct
not only for its vulnerability but
also for its democratic govern-
ment and principles. Once again.
1 has been left out of an
agreement upon which may rest,
one day. more than a little of the
responsibility for stability within
the immediate area of her con-
cern.
Let us glance quickly at the
line-up It is an interesting one
and the story it tells is pointed
The network of actual defense ar-
rangements in the Middle East is
now as follows: The Treaty be-
tween Great Britain and Egypt
the Treaty between Great Britain
and Iraq; the Treaty between
Great Britain and Jordan; the
arms agreements between the
United States and Iraqi, the Unit-
ed States and Pakistan, between
the United States and Saudi Ara-
bia and Libya: the Treaty be-
tween Turkey and Pakistan; and
the newly sealed pact between
Turkey and Iraq.
The deliberate and meaningful
exclusion of the Jewish State
from all these covenants and
agreements appears, after some
scrutiny of the list we have just
made, to be a matter of scheme
more than that: a matter of act-
ual policy The Turkey-Iraq
Treaty makes this bar of segrega-
tion most disquieting))- clear Ar-
ticle V of the Treaty declares
that similar treaties shall be of-
fered by Turkey to all members
of the Arab League. It viU be
open to any country of the Arab
League and/or to any other coun-
try in term* of full diploma*"*
recognition with both Turkey and
Iraq. Read that small print *'
for what it really means is tna
this Treaty shall be open to a
countries save for the State
Israel.
The Anglo-Egyptian Treaty
contains a related clause wlucn
says that the benefits of tw
Treaty shall apply, in the event ot
attack, to any state which is
signatory of the Arab league Col-
lective Pact. The label is no less
clear. Here, too. it reads "t<*
for all countries except Israel


ppjDAY. MARCH 25, 195S
-Jmislr fkjridUan
PAGE 5 B
Max Mintzer, 65, Dead;
Come Here 30 Years Ago
Max Mintzer, 65, who had oper-
ated a dry goods store in Miami for
20 years, died Monday. He came
h,re 30 vears ago from Rumania.
He lived at 1510. SW 25tb ave.,
,nd was :1 member of B'aai B rith,
Beth El Synagogue and the Zionist
Organization.
He had been active in many civic
organizations, including the United
Jewish Appeal, since his retire-
ment 10 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Sally: two
sons, Herman and Joseph; three
daughters. Mrs. Jeanette Schulman,
Hn. Ethel Feinberg and Mrs. Helen
Halperin; a brother, I. L. Mintzer,
and nine grandchildren, all of
Greater Miami.
Services were held Wednesday
in Gordon's Miami Chapel, with
burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Beth Sholom Patron Dies
During Visit to Pittsburgh
Samuel Beckerman-of 765 West
50 st.. Miami Beach, passed away
suddenly last week while on a visit
to Pittsburgh. Mr. Beckerman was
president of the Packaged Products
Corporation there.
Funeral services were held on
Mar. 16. in Pittsburgh, and Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach, flew to Pitts-
burgh to participate.
Mr. Beckerman was an active
eommunal and philanthropic lead-
er and had served as a vice presi-
dent and honorary vice president
of Beth Sholom. as well as a mem-
ber of the board and honorary
ehairman of the Temple's building
fund. The Beckerman family gift
is responsible for the new chapel
of the new Beth Sholom.
Mr. Beckerman leaves a wife,
Frances, and three children, Joyce,
Kenneth and Stuart.
ObitH&ri
e s
JACK R. WEIN
m3*%T&L uh*1. ''a, "lenian who
Mad Saturday of- a heart condition.
hun.-ral Home, Burial follow-
w.i. c,Ur f *.VW Cametary. Mr.
Wain "'"'rly ..f Detroit, had lived
at K North sin.,.. ,,,,. Miami Baaoh
L'.'i'.l Mfc!"- ''ST '" "UrvJvf.l l,y |,|k
Florence I^al'ort*.
MISS ANNIE ROSENHOUSE
i. Of 1901 N\V 14th st.. who rani,, to
Miami 33 yaarn afo, passed away Mar,
I, services were n<-id m Gordon's
Miami i'ha|,i. with burial In Mt Ne-
.....'rnalary. Bhe wai associated with
Hi.- !;>-. nlion-,. law offices, Miami
Burvlvlna her art two brothoni, Mom
II. and David 1.., and two slaters, .Ml**
Barah Itownliounr and Mrs. Doia l.v-
Dflja, all of Miami.
NATHAN FIEDLER
::., nf MOO N\V 6Sth at., who CMM
hen- s yean ago from Pittsburgh, Pa.,
iinil Mai. IS. Mr. Fiedler, a frrocer.
leave* his wife, Ktafla; a eon, Bneldon
A.. Miami; daughter, Mrs, liin.
Btohtenbera, I'iitaiiui'Kh; two slaters,
unhiding Mrs. Molh Cohen, Miami;
a brother, his mother and two grsnd-
chlktren, Bervlcaa were held In dor*
dun's Miami Chniiel, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Krook Unveiling
The dedication fo a monument
to the memory of the late Isidor
Krook, formerly of 1244 NW 7th
st.. will take place Sunday, Mar.
27, 1 p.m on the Workmen's Cir-
cle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Mr. Krook is sur-
vived by hi> wife, Fannie,* a son,
Harry of Baltimore, Md.; two
daughters, Lillian, of Miami, and
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, of Miami
Beach: and one grandchild. He was
a member nf the Workmen's Circle
Branch 699, of Miami. Arrange-
ment are in charge of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
JACOB HOFFMAN
6S, ,,f 3IMH Collins avi'.. Miami Beach,
died Saturday at home. He was the
reined owner of a men'i ami boys'
Wear COmpall9 and rain,- SO Miami
Ittuch M years as*d, He was an Klk
and a Mason, lie Is aurvlved by his
wife, RebSj a brother. Max. and a
later, Llbby, all nf Miami Beach
s<-r\ Ices were held in llcach Memorial
Chapel, with iniilal in fjraceland Me-
morial I'ark.
LEWIS SAFFT
<-. hardware more operator, died Mar.
17. Service* were held In Itlverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with
burial in Mt Hlnal Cemetery. Mr.
Ham operated stores on Normandy
Isle and In Murfiddc. He leaves hla
wire and a daughter. Me came here
lroin .New Haven. Conn.
s. NbTluITjoseph
i. a, Miami Hearh visitor, mMed
aSray Mai :i. C.onlo,, Miami Haen.'
LOUIS LUNDY
'2, of >\ KW IHh ave.. passed away
Minds y. Gordon". Miami chainl, bur-
lal in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
HANS TOBLER
M; winter visitor for is years, died
Haturda) Services and burial were in
reanock, N.J, Beach Memorial Chapel
m charge of local arrangement.
MRS. LOTTIE LeVEY
0., of 203H I'ark ave., Miami Beach,
who same here 10 fears ago from De-
troit, died Mar II. Surviving ia a
daughter, Mrs. Marian Itoth. Miami
Beach, liurlal took place In Detroit,
with local arrangements b\ Gordon's
Mann Beach i'un.ial Home.
MRS. ESTHER MORRISON
72. <>r jsis Colllna ave, Miami Beach,
Who came to Miami tu years ago from
Ncwburgh, NY., died Mar. 11. she
JJSS a .......iber of the Temple Bmanu-
Kl and Hadaaaah. Surviving are three
sisters, hirhiding Mrs. Rose II. Maik-
auf, Miami Beach, services were held
In Gordons Miami I leach chapel, with
burial in Mt. Nebo Cemeten
her of Beth Jacob Synagogue. Sur-
viving are three sons, Sam, of the
Miami lleach lKillce department; Mil-
ton and Dr. Henry Frederick, Cleve-
land: a daughter, Mrs. Elsa Kalln,
l.ong Beach, l.l N.Y.; two alatera,
Including Mm Rose Freeman, Miami
li.-aih, and a brother, Jacob Wein-
atock, Miami lleach. Services were
held In Riverside Chapel, Miami
Beach, with burial in Mt. Sinai Ceme-
tery.
a*> 1
SOLOMON KLEIN
30, of .1401 NW 23rd ave., who waa
killed Mar. Ill near Jacksonville. Gor-
don Memorial Home waa In charge
Burial waa in Cracelaiwl Memorial
I'ark. Klein, a World War II veteran
and a former University of Miami atu-
dent. was an ai-tor. formerly at Hedge-
row Theater, Philadelphia. Surviving
are a sister, Mrs. Florence Qreehberg,
.Miami, and a brother.
MRS. FANNY KIRSCHNER
16".0 James ave., Miami Beach, died
Saturday She cSIHc here 16 \ ears ago
from New York. Burial was in New
Yoik. with Riverside Memorial chap-
el lu charge locally.
MEYER PERLBERO
76. of 3142 8W 4th St.. passe.l a
Mar. 9. Services were in Brooklyn
with Riverside Miami In charge lo-
cally.
WILLIAM SPERLING
76, of 141ii Ocean dr., Miami Bench,
paaaed away Mar. 9. Beach Memo ..!.
MRS. BLANCHE KATZ
:,8. Of Sh.'iS I'lek-ns ave. s.nf
.died'Mar. Kivernd. Miami
MRS. ANN ROSENHOLTZ
59, of 125S Pennsylvania ave. Ml mil
Beach, died Mar. n>. Riverside M
Beai h
JACOB MANDELL
T3. of lOU Kuclld ave., Miami Beach,
paaaed away Mar. 14. Guidon. Miami
Beach.
HARRY SOKOL
l"-'!i Euclid ave Miami Beach, passed
away Mar. 14. Gordon, Miami Beach,
PHILLIP LINOEMAN
17. formerly of I5S1 1., im>\ ave., Miami
Beach, passed away si a local hos-
pital Mar. 7. He was a resident of
Miami for the past 12 years and is
survived hy his wife. Jennie and a
brother, Morris, of Red Bank, N.J.
Mr. Linden,.,n was active in Hotel
Gr.eters Association, former manager
Of the Ocean Spray I'ark Avenue ho-
tel. Btrathhaven, Harrison. Nash and
Brcakwnter hotels.
MRS. ANNA MOSS
77, of l)Zl n\\ llnd ol, who came t'i
Miami Hi years ago from Pittsburgh,
l'a.. died Mar. 11. Surviving are two
sons, Milton. Miami, and Sidney, Pitts-
burgh; two daughters, Mlsa By I via
Moss, .Miami, ami Mis. I.eiioanl Price,
I'iltsburgh; three sisters, Including
Mrs. Bertha Boeanswehr, Miami, two
l,rothers and two grandchildren. Bur-
ial took place in Pittsburgh, with Gor-
don'a .Miami Funeral Home In charge
locallj
LOUIS LEVINE
.,7 of 2461 SW 17th St., died Sumlav
in' a hospital. A sundries salesman,
he had lived here 13 years coming
from New York. Surviving are Ml
wife. Bertha; a son, Marvin; a daugh-
ter Mr-. Ruth Chaykln. and a sister,
1.. na Rosen, all of Miami, and two
daughters. Mrs. Kvelyn Gonsky and
Mrs Blanche Conione, both of Now
Y..ik Si i vices were held in lleach
Memorial Chapel, with burial In NOW
York.
MRS. MARTHA N. MORRISON
IV, of |Mt s\\ li'.th St., who lame here
even yean ago from New York, pass-
ed away Mar. 13 Burial took place in
New York, with local arrange menta by
lleach Memorial Chapel. She is sur-
vived Uv her husband. In. Abe Mor-
i laon, Miami.
Frishman Unveiling
Thi i, i!'catinn of a mtirrmicnt
lo Ihe memory of the late Albert
Frishman. Inrmerly of 1401 SW
li'li si will take place Sunday,
Mar J7 at 2 p.m.. on Mt. Sinai Mc-
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
s T. S officiating. Mr Prish-
man/!> survived by his wife, I.il-
"n, Newton, of Jacksan-
vllle, Fla ,i daughter, Mrs. Nathan
ml; two brothers,
four>i lers and five grandchildren.
nt^ are in charge of Pal-
M mumenl Company.
Friends and relatives are a^'l to
attend.
Ravett Unveiling
1,1 d cation of a monument
mory of the late Eteie
rormerly of 441 Brickell
lake place Sunday. Mar.
*' : x" Nebo Cemetery,
With Dr Jo ,.,,h Narot officiating.
, iir\ivod by her hus-
-1;""1' ''''- II two daughter-.
Mrs Davis and Mrs Pauline
" one -ister and one brother.
Arranuonients are in charge of
rnurmond Monument Company.
rriend- and relatives are asked to
attend
Lowe Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
jo the memory of the late Morris
H!*o. formerly of 260 Euclid ave.,
wami Beach, will take place Sun-
'';'> March. 27, 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
"""nal Park Cemetery, with
"a|)l)i Simon April officiating.
Lowe is survived by his wife,
Jarah. and a daughter, Mrs. Gol-
'*n Arrangements are in charge
Dade Monument Company.
fr"'Is and relatives are asked to
attend.
MRS. DOROTHY FEDERMAN
8 of MM Chase ave., Miami Beach,
paaaee away Mar. IB. Bervjoes were
held at Riverside Momorlal hapei.
Miami Heach. followed hy hmial in Mt
N.l.o Ce.....tery. Mrs. Ke.leunan. a
resident here for 26 years, .'..mini;
fn.m Toli^l". husband, "Miarles K. t Miami lleach;
a son. a daughter, two ulsters and
three brothers._________
MRS. ANNA FISHER
2 of 10 came here from New York seven years
ago, died Sunday. She is survived !
her husband, Ben, and a son, irvinaj
both of Miami Heach. Services and
hurial took phu-e In New Torh, vv oh
Beach Memorial chapel In charge lo-
cally.
MARCUS STAVE
|S of | Del.eon dl Miami Sprlnxs.
Iiassed away Mar. I In a kteal boa>
pltaL Survived by his wife. Mtclle,
ine ilaunhtei. l.inda. his mother, MB-
nie stave, t brothers and three sis-
iteis. Remalna wore settl to fatter-
Ni. i,v Miami Riverside,
MRS. CLARA BLUM
?t of sjl Collins ave Man I
sw iv Mar, I Bervl. es wen
in Brooklyn lih Riverside Miami,
r., ,, h m rharsi locally.
ISIDOR FEINBERG
60. of MO Mth -i Miami B>
I Mar 1" Bervli 'v. r- In l!i
! ei Miami Beach In.'
kx ally.
JOSEPH CHINICH
. usa ^\\
nl aiclit years
where he tu n illoi, P
i Mar, 15, Ben Ices "
.\,-vv York with '
H. ... In '" '
Se......II Of N "'
, I, ith N*-
man. of Se Vo ""'
MRS. VITA SLATER
IK ,,r isog RW llth 'il' Nl
. Were h. Id II
: h trial l" Star of I ..-. a
r eaine h.
ago fiom la -'I'" ,
,,..,, I, i Harold, and
MRS. MAMIE SFLIS
71 ,,f ;, '! I -i M
.'nine I. N'""
York. ,11. .1 Hm la) Sc vie.- were
he I n Head M...... '''
lal in Mount Mmd ,.., t.-r. V
Sel i|.r\ll
m Annette ';
,,. Miami. Rnd four -l-i.is. Including
Mln fohan, Coral Qabl
MRS. MOLLIE REISS
:."., of IM Collins ave., Miami B.....*,
Dassed sway Mar. it. Barvlcea were
held in Ooraon'S Miami lleach Chapel,
with hmial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Mrs. Reiai came her lu years aco from
Philadelphia. Surviving age her hus-
haiiil, Saiuuel: a son, 1'aul. San Kian-
ci.-co. Cal ; two daughters, Mrs. Char-
les Brelaer, Hollywood, i-'Ih.. and Mrs.
Kmil Homegger, Tampa, anil four
grandi hildi i n
NATHAN PENSKY
ifi. of L'.'io sw will st., paaaed awaj
Mar. 10 in a local hospital, survived
hy his wile, Hose, one son. I'aul. one
daughter! Judith, and one sister, tlus-
sie Remama were sent to the Bronx
for services and Interment by Miami
Riverside.
mm#*
\m\m
this PASSOVER
asfor85years
DR. ISIDORE ORQEL. DOS.
"l, of ^712 I'oik st., Hollywood, paaaed
a* a\ at his resilience Mar. 9, Sur-
vived liv his wife. Marie, two sons. 1 >r
Jerome and Dr. victor, one daughter,
Mrs. Madeline Bellgsop, one sister.
Mrs. Celia FVechtel, and one brother,
Hlgmand Bternberg. Bervlces were
in l.l sl Temple Blnal. Hollywood, un-
der the direction of Miami Riverside.
Interment was in Mt. simM Cemetery
S. GORDON CURWIT
I of 1343 s'Y '.L'ml ave former film and
M.ia/ine fiction writer, passed away
Mar. 12. Services were helil In itlver-
side Chapel. Miami, with hurial in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Qurwlt, who
came here 1'ii vears aao from St.
Petersburg, leaves ids wife, ituth. a
son, Monte. I.oth of Miami; and a
In other.
BESSIE FARBER
S2, of lei NK a2nd st., passed awav
Mar. li at lor home. Survived hy one
*on, Jofeph, two daughters. Rose
Hochbarg and l-'annie Korv Services
w,-re held at Miami Riverside. Inter-
ment vvas in Mt Sinai Cemeteiv
ROSE ZINKIN
"2. Of I'M", SW :12nd ave. passed awav*
Mar. I", at her residence. Bu
hv her husiiand. Bamett, two brothers
Al.iali.ini and Sol Kofskv. Services
were bald ..i Miami Riverside, inter-i
ment was in Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. HANNAH FREDERICK
71. of :;ii| Ocean dr. Miami Beach,
died Mar, i :. she had bean a resi-
dent here fm (1 veai-- and vvas a inem-
ALBERT LEVICK
:,.",. of rt37 Malaaa BVe Coral (tables,
a retired merchant, died Mar. IS. Mr.
Levies cams to 1 his area I" vears ago
from PHtahunh. He wae a natmber "t
the foral Uahlcs Zionist District and
the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Sur-
viving are his wife. I'aullm: a son.
Lewis, of Pittsburgh; two daughters,
Mrs. Dolores Harris, slid Klsa. tsith of
Coral Oables, and four grandchildren.
Bervicea were held In Cordon's Miami
Chapel, with hmial in Star of Davhj
I 'en,del V .
THIS PASSOVER
YOU HAVE A CHOICE OF
GREAT
CARMEL WINES
FROM ISRAEL
Lecture on Spinoza
s
"Life of Spinoza" will be the
. topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham
|Wolfson, author, of "Spinoza: A
Life of Reason" and "Live a 100
; Years Happily." on Saturday after-
noon at the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um, llth st. and Ocean ct.. Miami
Beach. Prof. Mark Waldman will
lead the discussion. Charles H
Lee will will preside.
ADOM TIC
to suaeuttsv
cxrs rise
MUTIRNCS
[IIH FINE
CAMtfL KOCR
p.ishon siircTto
sacsuacMTU. rwe iskav
CRATC WMC
From the world's oldest vineyards, where the golden sun makes every
year a vintage year, Carmcl brings these superb wines for every' taste
and every occasion. The perfect complement to the Seder Feast.
Ail the natural flavor of the grape, aged to perfection.
Certified STRICTLY KOSIltR FOR PASSOVER
by Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog of Israel
New! Won-
derful gol-
den rich
Chkfctn Soup
with deli-
cious, fluffy
Motzo lolls
... A tradi-
tional Pass-
over trtat
mads tasy
for you!
WSHER COr-JDCNStJ
>i(HKKEN SOi?
Hers's lh*l
tleer, Blt!-
tn-f icli,
homsstyls
soup with
th s ir u e
chicken fla-
vor .. to
make your
family ask
for it, again
and again.
$1.49
a fifth
Tokay $2.19
IMPORTED IV CAHim WIKE CO.. WC 50 FIFTH AVt HtW YORK 3
Quality Foods Sines 1870
SUPERIOR PRODUCTS SENSIBLY PRICED
riDB1? -rate
CDO Ksher Products
for Passover
IOKIHCH tOISCHl GIFIIltt FISH NVMAt
CHICKEN SOUrS KOSHEI SOAf FOAMING
, CUAMSfl SllVlt rOUSH SCOUUNG FADS
CANNiOnulTS MISIV!S SHCIS MACACOONS


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tfniKtfkridiar
FRIDAY, MARCH 9<
ISRAEL'S PRESTIGE IN US. SEEN ENDANGERED
Top Zionists Here Prepare for Visit of Ambassador Eban
in taw zzsz s^k^m wsra eras a
of
Rabbi Leon
the story behind
has been the topic of a
311 'TopVaders in the Greater Miami we. fended hi Dr. Morris GoodJfe, Herbert L.n.ck. Sam Fried
land. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mortimer May. president of ZOA. Monru Stem. Ou- Traujmr.
KronJsh were mobilizing American Jewish public opinion to present Israels side
the Gaza incident. _
An expose of the true condition- I _.^am Roan^. I
behind the recent clash of Israel
and Egyptian troops in the Gaza
strip of the Middle East will be
made public for the first time
when Abba Eban. Israel'! Ambas-
sador to the I" S arrives in Miami
next week
Ambassador Eban. Mr May said.
will reveal hitherto unknown facts
about the present critical situation
when he delivers the chief addrt--
at the first annual dinner of the
South East Region of the Zionist
Organization of America, which
will be held Apr 2 at the FonUine-
bleau hotel The dinner is hon":
Rabbi Irving I hrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. '"for distini
ice in and charitable
field-
Principal subject of disc
t hi week, accor Mr My.
r.cern which man>
A rver
the unfavorable attitude that the
State D< taking I yard
"The Jew- of America ar.
sidei boul the l S
attitude toward the Egyptian-Is-
raeli bo: nly from
the point of view as Jew.-, but a-
Americans, sai I Mr Maj
'Fair play ha- been a national
characteristic of '.he American
people, and we think that our State
Department ha- not been playing
fair when it criticized Israel in the
Gaza incident.'" Spokesmen for the
Zionist officials >a> that Secretary
Dulles' reaction to the latest inci-
dent in the Middle East is a com-
plete reversal of the State Depart
ment policy under Truman.
Dr. Morn- Goodman. Greater
Miami chairman of the dinner and
one of the principal conferees on
American policy, stated that the
testimonial dinner to Rabbi Lehr-
man "will be one of the most sue
-ful Zionist dinners ever held
in the South
The EHRENRIKH'S, formerly of FIRNOAH, H.Y., are operofin, ,<,,
ALDEN HOTEL
ms mm am-wi criy o $ h f f ta ,*77
Salt Water Swimming Peel Synoaofue on Premises
rVe ore open for the Passover Holidays
T
Well Known Cantor Silverman, from Detr.it, will officiate
EHRENREKH STURMAN, Owners
PASSOVER SEDER
lo be conducted by
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
and
CANTOR SHERWIN LEVINE
HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6th 6:30 P.M.
$7.50 ADULT (S4.50 CHILD UP TO 13)
(Includes Tip. Tax and Wine)
In'ormation: Mr*. Sidney Rosenbaum
Hollywood-Telephone 2-1528
Make check payable to "SISTERHOOD" and mail
Temple Emanw-EI, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. lauderd
PUBLIC INVITED
Ranson
to:
ale, Flo.
For those that are particular about Kasbrus there is only ONE
ROYAL HUNGARIAN STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT
ENJOY YOUR PASSOVtK HOLIDAYS WITH US
Royal Hungarian
Restaurant
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE
1^2
TELEPHONE JE 8-5401
!
r^W-A-^W^^A^-
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro presents keys of the city
to Dr. Morton J. Robbins, vice president of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, followinq a conference reqaxdinq the wel-
coming of Abba Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the U.S., when
he arrives here next week for the Rabbi Irvinq Lehiman testi-
monial dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel on Apr. 2.
Temple Israel Seder
Temple Israel will sponsor a
Passover congregational Seder on
Wednesday evening. Apr. 6. The
Seder, which will be open to mem-
bers and non-members of the Tem-
ple, will be conducted by Rabbis
Joseph R. Narot and Jacob H. Kap-
lan and Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Mr. Adolph Wertheimer i> in
charge of arrangements.
MATZOS, MATZO PRODUCTS, COFFEE, NUTS in fact
The finest Kosher Passover Wines, Imported and Domestic
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
Beth David Women
Plan Fashion Show
Beth David Sisterhood has sched-
uled a novel luncheon and card
party for Tuesday noon. Mar. 29,
at Beth David auditorium. High-
light of the afternoon will be a
mermaid fashion show by the Bar-
bara Jane Shop, with the following
participating:
The Mesdames Mel Crane. Louis
Rosenson. Henry Shier. Richard
Herold. William Weintraub. Leon-
ard Egert. Jack Emmer. Calvin
Gould. Mac Mermel and I. D. Berk.
Katz's")12)Restaurant ij|
Traditional Passover Seders
Conducted by CANTOR DAVID SHUCHAT
i
i

? ? for Reservations: Mr. Kati, JE 1-723S
SI0.00 per Person for Bath Niahts
$30.00 per Person for I Niahts
500 Collins tiHwi
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER
SEDERS
$15
APRIL 6th and 7th
Conducted by the renowed CANTOR PAUL KAMLET
Choir Under the Personal Supervision ol
JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN
Musical Director of Temple Emanu El
per person for Bath Niahts
For Reservations Phone Saul Herman, JE 8-0811
ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD
hW


rrfflPAV, M_ARCH 25, 1965
JmlshhcrkUrtti
[ Two Named Dinner
Chairmen Honoring
Brandeis University
two prominent residents of Mi-
have been named co-ehairmen
Ta Greater Miami dinner on be-
h.ir nf Brandeis University Thurs-
5 evening. Mar. 31, at the De-
lino hotel, it was announced this
leek The> arc Dr. Stanley Freh-
|ling and J** Leonard.
Dr Frehlinjj. a surgeon, is a Fel-
liow both of the American College
|of Surgeon- and of the Interna-
Itional College of Surgeons. A mem-
ber of the staff of Mount Sinai
iHo'pital in Miami Beach and of
Ijackxn Memorial Hospital in Mi-
[ami. ;r Inhling is also a mem-
Iber'ot ihc teaching staff of the
[University of Miami school of medi-
Icine.
Lernard i- the first recipient of
Ithe "Great Guy Award" of the
|yanety Club of Greater Miami.
The .ward was tendered to him
|bec*u>e "in so many ways, he has
Idone so much for so many people
Leonards eftorts in behalf of
|hi- fellowmen have taken such di-
verse directions as providing va-
cations for needy children, rais-
ing funds for Variety Cheldren's
Hospital and providing fishing
Irips and long distance phone calls
lor service men returning from
Overseas duty.
Hor.ored at the Dinner will be
PAGE 7 B
To Honor Mrs. Grossinger
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
will hold its spring tea on Wednes-
day afternoon, Mar. 30, in the
Monte Carlo hotel, announced Mrs.
Irving Cypen, president. Program
will feature the presentation of the
1955 "Ayshes Chayil" awards by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. and a re-
port of the nominating committee.
Highlight of the program will be
a surprise feature honoring Sister-
dood's life member Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger.
PLAN BRANDEIS DINNER-Co-chairmen Jack Leonard (left)
and Dr. Stanley Frehling (right) meet with key leaders at the
Algiers hotel to plan the Greater Miami annual dinner in be-
half of Brandeis University. They are shown with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman (second from left) and Benny Friedman, director
of athletic activities at Brandeis. The dinner is set for tha
Delano hotel on Thursday, Mar. 31.
PASSOVER
SEDERS
\durlrtl by
Cantor Joseph Malck
Reservations.- Mr. Fisher, JE 8-7811
ON THE OCEAN AT 11th ST.
I-,:' ;
I'nai B'rith Women Slate
hint Affair Mar. 29
Tuesday noon, Mar. 29. Miami
Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Worn-
q, ai.d Tropical Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a joint
honor luncheon at the Algiers ho-
tel.
Thi; is the eighth donor lunch-
Ion for the Beach Chapter and the
|ixth for the Tropical Chapter.
Mrs, Helen Sanders and Mrs. Ray
K'ilson are respective presidents.
honor chairmen are Mrs. Eleanore
frown and Mrs. Mildred Langel.
Awards chairman is past presi-
dent of Miami Beach Chapter Mrs.
pen Lebow.
Dr. Abram Sachar, Brandeis presi-
dent.
Additional persons announced
this- week, who have accepted
places on the dinner committee are
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Jacob Sher,
Fred K. Shochet, Harry Sirkin, Jo-
seph R. Stein, Harold Thurman,
Mrs. Harold Thurman, Harold
Turk, Mrs. Harold Turk, Dr. Joseph
Weidberg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle, and A. L. Mailman, of Holly-
wood and Miami Beach. Brandeis
University, the nation's only non-
sectarian university under Jewish
auspices, is now well in its seventh
year of existence. The University
now has a student body of just over
1,000. Its enrollment comes from
44 states and 11 foreign countries.
With a faculty of noted educa-
tors that includes Ludwig Lewi-
sohn in literature. Max Lerner in
social science, Leonard Bernstein
in music, the University has been
able to maintain an outstandingly
high program of academic prog-
ress.
State Department Official
To Address Miami Women
E. Snowden Chambers, of the
U. S. State Department, will be
featured speaker at the seventh
musical preview of the Symphony
Club of the University of Miami on
Friday at the Miami Women's Club.
Chambers will address club
members and guests on the "Value
of the Voice of America." He will
be followed by Eugene Dubois,
speaking on and demonstrating
with transcriptions, Mendelssohn's
Violin Concerto.
Edward Clarke will moderate.
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Phone for Reservations S-66S1 5-4907
1* Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet
^-v^-\^-o^-^>-v\^~*/-^~v^
Ace Ge'ter presents the World Famous R.v. Samuel Vigoda. Cantor ant!
His Cho r for Passover Services and Sedurim. Dietary Laws strictly
observed under the strictest Orthodox Rabbinical supervision. Only the
best foods will be served. Make reservations early. -^
Oceon at ? n I n < (ftfel <2^ V^7 Nfc ''*&
1741 Collins *
Ave.
Miami Beach
Florida
arstilUs
Special Attention to
Social Functions
All
GINSBURG MANAGEMENT IS YOUR ASSURANCE Of KASHRUTH
tf
HOTEL
Private Beacn and Pool Complntoly Air Conditionad
Telephone JEfferson 8-5711
Parkway Kosher
814 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 9-0968
-PARKWAY
Choice I Prime Meats Only
The Finest Money Con Buy
pvrnon ]D imriD7
Under Supervision of City of Miami Rabbis
SPECIALS ALL WEEK
CORNED BEEF, FRANKFURTERS, BOLOGNA lb. 69c
LAMB STEW ....... 2 lbs. 25c
CHOPPED MEAT 2 lbs. B9c

WHOLE BREAST OF VEAL .. lb. 29c
FREE DUMMY
^^^^^^^^^^^k^RaW
ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
: Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
Dietary Laws strictly observed
HOTEL POOL CABANAS
Where Superlative Kosher Dinners
are served amidst a distinctive
atmosphere of charm
and culture
For Reservations Phone UN 6-8831
. i i iisibim MeMWiiiiiii niiiiiiiiimil
Wf WISH TO THANK YOU FOR TOUR PATRONAGE
WE WILL BE OPEN FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK OF PASSOVER
We will continue to serve the same Kosher and Wholesome Food
under Rabbinical Supervision
NO RESERVATION NECESSARY
SONNTAG'S FLAMM\GO
KOSHER REST II If A XT
743 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
CHINA DOLL
CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT
SPICIAUZING IN CHINtSt FA/MILT DINNtRS
BUSINESS LUNCH .............................from 95c
DINNER ....... ....................... $1.85 up
Orders To Take Oat Phone PL 7-7725
,7 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
FREI PARKING
MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BtAUTIfUL
DINING ROOM
and
BIRD
THE fABULOUS ONt-PKICl DINNtR
AU MIAMI UACH IS
TALKING ABOUT
Serving Irons S p.m.
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
(Formerly LaRue)
1111 Dode Blvd.
Miami Beach
Just East of Alton Road
Reservations: Ph. 5-6517
Member Diners' Club
HST0R HOTEL
WASHINGTON AVE. A 10th ST., MIAMI BEACH
fine Accommodations for Passover Holidays
at Very Attractive Rates
TRADITIONAL SERVICES NE10 BY WILL KNOWN CANTOR
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8-2341
Under Management of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berg
Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
OUR H0TU IS WILL KNOWN fOR ITS KASHRUTH
WE USE ONLY -\V2 CK?; MEAT
which is under the supervision of the
Bosfoner Rabbi from Brooklyn
for Reservations and prices call
JE 8-0266 or JE 1-9217
Our kitchen is under personal supervision at
Mrs. B. Gewirti


PAGE 8 B
+ k**l<* nr*+*r>r
Academy Honors 2
For Their Services
Samuel M. Grundwerg and Sam-
uel Reinhard, founders and offi-
eera of the Hebrew Academy since
i\- establishment seven years ago,
Were awarded plaques for the "out-
ice" last week at a
general membership meeting in the
Grundwerg. owner of the Tides
hotel and well known in national
and local civic and communal ac-
tivities, i- treasurer of the Acad-
emy.
Reinhanl. a reliaious leader here
active in local and national
philanthn pic causes, it rice pre>i-
In pn
hem. B I. Binder, president of
the Hebrew Academy, lauded the
Grundwerg ; for seven years of continuous sac-
rifice, outstanding loyalty and
ration to the boys and
of the Academy.
The phenomenal tr w.h ol this
institution of learning is due in
great measure to the proven lead-
ership ol two men."' said
Binder
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, reviewed the scholastic
achievcnn nts ol Academy students.
He also praised the active partici-
pation ol the alumni in their high
: hip programs.
Herman Eisenberg, executive di-
ri i tor ol th id chair-
.. ning, outlined a de
' members A mo-
tii n by chairman of
.'
istei -
pro', i
vi ndered by
lent '
Women, and
I ol
the P T financial I
rendered a 1 eport for I
the board of admissions of the '
demy Frank Brickman. report-
< lor the membership committee
Hebrew Academy Women were
h' -!- for the evening.
iF YOU SUFFER
g% m a imofHCADACHB
rmt rt' neuralgia
NEURITIS
FAST
RELIEF
of
HEALTH RESORT
Zionists Nome Speaker
Herman Weissman will be guest
I speaker at the Miami Beach Israel
1 Zionist Club luncheon in the Ral-
i leigh hotel Wednesday noon. Mar.
30. Weissman is vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
N O W OPEN
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24-Hour Registered Nurse
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Mrt. Rita Fortman. Manager
Phones 82-5616 82-5617
FRIDAY. MAHP.HOC ]ri.
ica and chairman of the American
Zionist Fund.
MOVERS
DAILY PICK.UPS
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j.l.hia, ialtlmore, WaShi9,
Aluuny, Batten, Providence all
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DIAL JE 8-8353
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M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
655 COLLINS AVE.
B. I. Binder, president, presents plaques to Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Grundwerg and Mr. and Mr=. Samuel Reinhard "for seven
years of continuous sacrifice, outstanding loyalty and com-
plete devotion to the boys and girls of the Hebrew Academy."
One Mother tells Another
"It's the REAL thing!"
with
The way thousor
physician* and dentists recommend
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prescription. Thot is. Anocm contoiru not '
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"Satisfactory Work by
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S20.0C0 worth cf bank notes go up in smoke From left to
right are Abe Kurman, president of the Jawish Home for Ihe
Aged, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. Sarah Sive Czech
and M. I. Kopelowitz, board chairman, as they burned the
notes at the 10th annual meeting of the Home at Douglas
Gardens last Sunday.
OlD-FASHIONED
GEFILTE FISH
' KOSHER O PAKEVE
made without sugar just
the natural sweetness of tne
choicest fresh water fisl\
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
from the spotless kitchens c'
Mothers Food Products, Inc. ,'lc: -5 N^
ONPASSOV
FOODS"
^
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, is shown here bidding
farewell to Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University
(center), after his recent visit here. On the right is Max J. Etra.
chcirman of the board of truestees. who was host to Dr. Belkin
at a reception in Waldman's hotel.
Yes, Itwtst prices ever, more food for
Israelis than ever before! No better values anywhere
in Israel. And remember, this famous tag means more than
lew pricesit assures those dear to you the quality, service and
reliability you expect from the oldest and largest gift service to Israel.
everything Strictly Kosher for Passover, of course
gift SCRIP for $10, $15, $20, $25 and $50. PARCEL certificates for $12.50 and $18.50
order thru your local Service for Israel agency:
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FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1955
Passover Seder :
At Emanu-EI
jjecird annual model Passover
ijer i ir the instruction of par- i
?nls ,1 take place at Temple !
Emanr El <>n Wednesday evening,
Har SO. according to Mrs. Benja-
iZ Greene, president of the Tem-
ples ; .iient Teacher Association,
jponsi "f ,h,> pvent. Mrs. Greene
jjjJted that the Seder will be con-
,,,'.,,.., in Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the Temple.
' ii,,. (idel Seder will be for the I
purpo- "' presenting the order, [
.,.!,. and color of the Seder
vlU1 n Passover. Cantor Philip
Bromii "'" assist Rabbi Lehr-
nian is the instruction scheduled.'
Cbai men Mr. and Mrs. Raphael
yunes vill have as their commit-'
l,.P Mi and Mrs. Abe Kaufman,
Mr ai I Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Dr.
and Hn Theodore Arvan, Mr. and
Mrs [' n Klempner, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Idler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Brick, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mil-
ler. Pr and Mrs. Jesse Halpern.
Mi and Mrs. Milton Feller. Mr. |
ind Mr* Arthur Ross, Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pollai Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Grier,
Mrs Jules Channing, Mr.
and \i Jerm Resnick, Mr. and;
Mr- \ A Rothstein, Mr. and Mrs. '
josepl Abelow and Dr. and Mrs. ;
Leon '..nnhcinier.
i ng chairman Mrs. Sherman i
I will be assisted by Mrs". Ed-
gar I'.rcenberg. Mrs. Herbert]
- ticket chairman, and Mrs. '
Joel Newman will be in charge of t
i corations.
+Jelstrk*Mtor
PAGE 9 B
Pekelener Named to Miami
ZOA District Board
A. Arthur Pekelner, formerly of
Yonkers, N.Y.. and Pittsburgh. Pa.,
has been elected chairman of the
executive board of the Miami Zion-
ist District.
Activity chairmen named to the
district, according to Irving Saal,
president, include Mrs. Abe Kazow.
Sam Landau, I. S Shapoff, Harry
Gordon, Peter Heller, Sam Levine
and Jerome Weinkle.
The board meets on the third
Tuesday evening of each month.
Saal said.
World's Oldest Holiday Features Newest Recipes
When Jews throughout the
world sit down to their Passover
Seder at sundown on Wednesday
evening, Apr. 6, it will mark an-
other joyous celebration of the
age-old Feast of Freedom, com-
memorating the deliverance of the
Children of Israel from slavery in
ancient Egypt.
Continuous, uninterrupted ob-
servance for nearly 3,500 years,
makes Passover the oldest holiday
in the world. In the course of these
thousands of years, the most vital
aspects of the holiday have remain-
ed unchanged.
But in the more practical as
peels of the holidayin matters of
traditional holiday recipes, for ex-
ample, there has been a constant
change, a constant evolution. Much
| of this change is attributable to the
pioneering efforts of the B. Mani-
schewitz Company, a firm which
for nearly 70 years has specialized
exclusively in the baking of mat-1
, zos and the manufacture of tradi-!
tional Jewish foods in ready-to-
serve or ready-to cook form. i not water Cool Beat eggs and sal) Rrea,,e(| g" square pan. Bake in a
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recipe for Passover fudge brownies Gradually beat in sugar. Beat in minutes. Cut into 2" squares while
',2 cup Manischewitz cake meal ; ly add ease man and beat until
'/: cup coarsely chopped walnuts well blended. Stir in chopped nuts.
Melt chocolate and butter over ] Spread batter evenly in a well-
a special cake to spice the meal
and between meal hours of the
Passover holiday:
Passover Fudge Brownies
2'i bars (31 '2 oz.) Manischewitz
Bittersweet Chocolate
"a cup butter
2 eggs
Ms teaspoon sail
'-':; cup sugar
cooled chocolate mixture. Gradual-i still hot. Coo! in pan.
Director to be Speaker
Congregation of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will meet Mon-
day evening, Mar. 28. Guest speak,
er will be Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Board Meeting Wednesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will have
a board meeting on Wednesday
morning, Mar. 30, it has been an-
nounced by Mrs. Robert Schweil-
'.'", president.
Mrs. Schwartz Elected
To Executive Board
YORK CITY Mrs. Leo-
pold I Schwartz, <>f 4266 Chase
aye. ami Beach, has been elect-
( xecutive board of the
i it ion of Temple Sis-
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it waa announced here at national j
uters of the organization in ;
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FRIDAY. MARCH 25
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY iSffigang
'a.m.. when Joel son "I Mr. and
Mrs. .lack Kutnick. and Mar-hall.
son of Mr. and Mr- Jack Levin,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha
i- at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
I Seudos Daily services arc at 730
1 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening >erv-
l\ 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating. Twenty -.even
person- will be awarded certifi-
cates of honor for their completion
Dl (wrm during the Center'- re-
cent Adult Institute. Guest speaker
will be Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of the Bureau of .li m
i-h Education, who i- scheduled to
discuss: "Jews With and Without
Judaism Also to be honored are
outstanding Patrol Boys. Chairman
i- Milton Klein. Receiving award-
will be Carles Stuzin. Sandy Klein.
Ifelvio Ai-cn-lat. Howard Rosen-
berg. Denis Silver. Alan Shasan
Richard Litt, Ira Weiss, Stephan
Jaffe. Garry A. Lacinc. Philip Is-
senberi;. Kenneth Apostolico. Alvin
Blake and Paul Cohen. Saturday
Ding services are at 9:45 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
- p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
preaching on the topic: "The Leg-
acy of Maimonides." Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion Fred, son of Mr. and Mr-
Jack A Gallant, and Donald, son
ol Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Giulianti.
will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily
services are in the chapel at 8 in
,'.he morning and 6:30 in the eve-
ning.

tSRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45 and
8:15 p m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will discuss: "Anti-Semitism." Can-
tor Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by
Mr and Mr- Louis Weintraub.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. with Rabbi Malavsky preach-
ing on the Weekly Portion. Mincha
will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos.

ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m., with Joseph Abram-
son officiating. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Sha
lot Seudos. Daily services are at
7 30 a.m.
.-.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
es at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.. with
Abraham Levitan preaching
on the topic: "Hospitality." Satur-
<1 morning service- are at 9 a m,
1 in Talmud will precede the
sir ice at 8 Theme ol the sermon
i- heduled as: "Slavery in Mosaic
Talmudic Law." Class in Bible
will be held at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is
al 6, followed by Maariv at 7.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m..
with Rev Leo Heim officiating
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. when Rev. Heim will discuss
the Weekly Portion and chant the
liturgy. Junior services are at
1030. Mincha will be at 5:45 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rev.
and Mrs. Leo Ullrich will be hosts.
Rev Heim will discuss: "Leviticus
Reminder of Purity and Love."
Maariv will conclude the Sabbath
i rvance.
*
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
wnl hold Friday evening services
at 7:30 p.m. Herbert Buchwald will
officiate, assisted by the choir.
Subject of the serrnan isf prepar-
ation for Passover."
0
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION wiH hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn
i rvices are at 8:30. Rabbi Jo-
nah Caplan will preach on the
topic: "Religion Without God."
Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate
Class in Bible is at 5 p.m Mincha
will be at 5:45. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 6 p.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evennu
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica'preaching on the topic:
"Value of Ritual- Choir under
the direction of Lucille Moore will
BSsial Cantor Maurice Neu. Satur-
day morning services are at 9
a.m.. when Philip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Van Dam. will become
Bar Mitzvah. Junior sen ic<- are at
11 a.m.. with Hiss Bunny Ruth de-
livering the sermon. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 in the morning and
7 in the evening.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Dr Donald Michelson.
director of Hillel at the University
of Miami, will speak on: "Youth at
the Crossroads." Guests of honor
will be the four delegates who at-
tended the regional convention of
United Synagogue Youth. Report
will be given by Barbara Pearl,
president. Cantor Joseph Malek
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Temple choir under
the direction of Rev Mordechai
Haalman will assist. Rabbi David
Shapiro will officiate. Oneg Shab-
bat will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. M. Wintrob. Dr. and Mrs. A.
Geronemus. Mr. and Mrs. A Hutt
and Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosenthal.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m.
* *
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating.
Gue.-t speaker will be Louis Sch-
wartzman. executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
in a talk on: "Herzl and the Jew- j
ish State." Cantor Albert Glantz [
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Al I
Roth and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Saul '
will celebrate their anniversaries
at the Oneg Shabbat following.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m.. with Rabbi Herson preach
ing on the topic: "The Answer to
i Day."
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexan-
der Gross preaching on the Week-
ly Portion. Mincha will be at 5:45.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:25
p.m., with Sunday services sched-
uled for 8 in the morning
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will |
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Henry Wernick
will officiate and discuss: "Walls."
Cantor Maurice Mamches will ren-
der the musical portions of the lit
urgj assisted by the choir under
the direction of Mrs. Jack Donner-
Stag. Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lic-
berman in honor of their 52nd an I
nivei-ary. Floral offering will be!
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday vening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
arc at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swir-ky will preach on the topic:
"Scapegoat- in Comparative Re-
ligion." Cantor Fishel I.utman will
render the musical portions of the
Junior services are at 10
m in Academy Hall. Class in
Sanhedrin will be at 5 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at"
8:15 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
will officiate and discuss: "Con-
temporary Social Problems." Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30.
Candle.ighting Time
Nisan 2 6:13 p.m.
gel will be hosts at Kiddush. Min-
cha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily-
services are at 8 a.m. and 6:30
p i* 1.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and discuss: "I- Conflict
Between Rabbis and Laymen In
evitable?" Charles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Stuzin. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 11 a.m. Barry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Chcrtkof, will
become Bar Mitzvah.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Akiva
Chill will officiate and preach on
the topic: "Sacrifice for What?"
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Class in Talmud is at 5:15
p.m. Mincha will follow at 6. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at
6 p.m.
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NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 6 and 8 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abraniowit/ will discuss: "T h e
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ent Cantor Edward Klein will
chant the liturgy, assisted by the
choir under the direction of Eli
Samuels Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:45 a.m. The sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-1
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon '
April will officiate and preach on j
the topic: "Justice and Mercy in
Leadership Cantor Berele Kele- '
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Class in Mish-
na is at 5 p.m. Daily services willj
be at 7:30 in the morning and 6:15
p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services al
8:15 p.m. Dedicating his sermon to
Isaac Mayer Wise Sabbath. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will preach on the ,
topic: 'The Hebrew Union College \
Jewish Institute of Religion is ;
80 Years Old." Saturday morning :
services ;ire at 10:45 a.m. Barry. !
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ifelvin J. Rich j
ard, 17525 North Biscayne Point j
rd., will become Bar Mitzvah Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the lit-
urgy.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold early Friday evening I
services at 5:45 p.m. Late services j
are at 8:30. with Rabbi Alfred [
Waxman preaching on the topic: i
"Higher Education." Services will '
be dedicated to Friends of the He- i
brew University in Jerusalem. Sat-1
urday morning services are at 9'
a.m., with the sermon scheduled !
as: "Sacrifices in Israel." Martin.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baloff.
will become Bar Mitzvah Kiddush
will follow, with the Baloff| act-
ing as hosts. Mincha is at 5 p.m,
followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi
Waxman will speak
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AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on
the topic: "Priestly Character of Is-
rael and Sanctification of Human
Life." Rabbi and Mrs Samuel Sie-
Temple Beth Sholom Plans
Annual Seder Apr. 6
Annual congregational Seder of
Temple Beth Sholom will be held
on Wednesday evening, Apr. 6, in
the- Temple banquet hail, 4144
Chase ave.. according to an an-
nouncement by Ralph Spero, Tem-
ple president.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will conduct the
Seder, and a traditional Passover
dinner will be served.
Committee in charge of the Se-
der this year consists of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Applebaum and Mr. and
Mrs. George Cohen.
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HfS HNGMS CRUSHED, HI UVtS TO PLAY PIANO AGAIN
Survivor of Nazi Atrocities to Perform at Dade Auditorium
\ concert pianist whose hands
were crushed by the Nazis will ap
pear here on Thursday evening.
Apr. 14. t tne Dade County Audi-
torium He is 25-year-old George
njabikoff, Russian-born artist who
jlaims familiar ties to Tschaikow-
,kv ; ikI Rachmaninoff.
* Riabikoff appeared in public
concert when he was four years
old and subsequently attended
European musical conservatories,
studying piano, composition and
conducting. During the war years
and Nazi occupation, he helped
countless Jewish families hide in
catacombs to escape death.
Trapped by the Gestapo and
found half-dead amid mine fields
and electrical barbed wire, Riabi-
koff refused to divulge the hiding
place of the refugees. It was then,
at the age of 14, that the Nazis
drove red hot spikes through his
palm- and under his fingernails.
finally crushing his fingers in the
jamb <>l a steel door.
likofl also saw his father
Killed before his eyes.
Subsequently rescued by the
British Army, he lived to perform
once againthis time ImMing^con-
Chicagoans Will Meet
liar meeting of the Chicago
Club of Greater Miami will take
place OB Sunday evening. Mar. 27,
at the Monte Carlo hotel Irving
ScHatzmM is president._________
ven, Moussorgsky. Chopin, Debussy
and Prokofief. While here, he will
be the guest of the Martin Fine-
mans in their Pinetree dr. home
on Miami Beach. Among local con-
eert iponaon are the Business and
Professional Women's Clubs of
Dade County.
North Beach Forms Young Judaea Groups
Young Judaea group for boys cjgnt through ten, meets every
and girls, ages 15 and up, has been Tuesday evening, under the leader-
formed at Congregation Monticcllo snjp of Mrs. Phyllis Eisman.
Park, N.E. 164 st. and 11th avc. I ^ Judaea group of girls, ages 11
North Miami Beach. .through 14, under the leader
The group is under the leader- 0f Mrs. Phyllis Eisman. meets Wed-
ship of Arthur Cohen and meets ncscjay evenings.
Monday evening at the eongrega-
Cantor Lutman
In Concert Here
Congregation Beth El will pre-
sent Cantor Kishel Lutman in a
concert Sunday evening, Mar. 27,
at 500 SW 17th ave.
Cantor Lutman accompanied by
his wife, Betty, on the accordion.
She will also be heard in solo selec-
tions.
Proceeds are for the mental hos-
pital of Jerusalem, Israel.
tion building.
A Judaea group for girls, ages
In charge of information Is B
Lila Levlne, 1172 NE 160 ter
certs on BBC radio anrl for the U.S.
Army. It was at the request of then
General of the- Armies Bwight Ei-
senhower that Riabikoff and his
mother, who managed to survive
the Na/i actrocities, were brought
to the United State-.
Riabikoff now lives in Shep
herdstown, West Va., and has been
making1 tour-, throughout the coun-
try.
For his Apr. 14 concert, he will
perform works by Bach, Bcetho-1
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same time impart the character and
tradition of this wine-producing
area which goes back 5,000 years to
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three lighter table winesAdorn
Atic Red Burgandy, Extra Fine
Sauternes and Carmel Hock.
Carmel wines are strictly Kosher
for Passover and so certified by the
Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Isaac
Halevi Herzog.
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mic Corporation, of New York, the
oldest and largest American invest-
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which, they point out, offers a wide
choice to fill the traditional four
cups of wine prescribed for the
Seder. The lighter, drier table
wines, such as the Hock, Sauternes
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FRIDAY. MARCH 2$
r.i B-rith to Participote : THE TRENTENARY STORY
In Ground Observer Corps
WASHINGTON. DC. Thou
sands of B'nai B'rith men and worn-'
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cruited to serve as airplane spot-1
ters and in other capacities for the '
Ground Observer Corps, it wa*>
announced' here by Colonel Elliott
A. Nil as. Boston industrialist and
chairman of the B'nai B'rilh na-
tional service committee for the
Armed Forces and Veterans.
A 12-point program for mobiliz-
ing the B'nai B'rith men and wom-
en has been developed in conjunc-
tion with the U.S. Air Force and
will be directed by Col. Niles. The
Air Force is currently seeking to
increase the total civilian mem-
bership in the Ground Observer
Corps to one million.
Hailed by Pentagon officials as a
"vigorous and healthy approach"
to the problem of procuring man-
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cv r*m lAR**er amp rinmmr coti-mcr/oxe
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Hygrade Food Company
Is Streit's Distributor
AI Berman. of Hygrade Food
Company, this week announced
Rabbi Hurwitz to Speak
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Za-
! mora Jewish Center, will be guest
speaker on the Rabbinical Hour
over radio station WGBS Sunday
morning, Mar. 27, at 9:15 a.m. His
topic will be "Living with i Sum
of Value."
North Dade Plans Dance
North Dade Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a dance at
the Biltmore Terrace hotel on Apr.
2. In charge of information is Shir-
ley Gross.
Charter Members to Meet
Charter members' meeting of
North Dade Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will be held Sunday morning. Mar.
27. at Grandma's Kitchen, Sunny
Isles.
that his firm is local distributor for
Streit's Matzos.
Berman said that Streit's Kosher
for Passover Matzos are "triple
packed to keep them oven fresh."
One carton of matzos can be
used at a time, permitting the re-
maining cartons to stay as crisp as
the day they were baked.
O'her famous Sireit's products
include egg matzos. matzo meal,
geiilte fish, bor.stht and macar-
oonsall Ko.sher for Passover.
'
Runted/!
MANISCHEWITZ
borscht
A" \*
PRODUCTS
CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitumin "D" Milk
PHONE 55537
1733 N.W. 7th Avenuo
Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
Phono 9-8456
PERSOIAUZED SERVICE
"ART" -^ "MAURI" "NAT"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Phones 3-2244, 2-6632
S40 S.W. 8th Street
FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIfUL JEWISH fUMRAl HOMt
24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414
2987 W. riAClER STREET, MIAMI MITCHEll JAC0BY,
Mor.
NORTON and U.S. ROYAL TIRES
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THEM!
TUBELESS TIRE SALE!
All Major Brand Original Equipment Tires
LIST PRICE No Exchange EXCHANGE
670 x 15 28.55 ,20 95
760 x 15 34.35 22 95
710 x 15' 31.35 25.35
800 x 15 38.20 28 15
WHITEWALL TUBELESS SLIGHTLY HIGHER
i
18.95
20.95
23.35
26.15
PLUS TAX
EASY CREDIT
YOU NAME THE TERMS!
z 10* GETS YOU ROLLING!
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FULL
| U.S. RUBBER CO.
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Of
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SIZE
590
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12.95
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aiDAY, MARCH 25, 1955
*Jeist ttcr/dHan
rfedland Again
leads Emanu-EI
Samuel Frledland, chairman of
e bf,;,nl and founder of JCpod.
fair
lores, was reelected presi-
,1 ci Tcinote BmanuKl at the
rmi* nu.il-JKht^eeting of the
premium TORwry evening.
Nim, ,i a> \Tee-presidents for the
o'ming year were Ben Binder,
fcharle- Fruchtman, Samuel J. Hal-
L-in. Joseph M Lipton and
tenre J- Talianoff. Max Boder-
nanwas namlfl treasurer. Sol
Gokli
icd
,. an, financial secretary and
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1 1/I--.1 ItauilKUA
TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS
McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy
gn$rojffie KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Products
IL^'crHtyjl SOOR CREAM COTTAGE1 CHEESE
Place Your Orders with Your Driver or Call 84-4521
6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Samvtl fritilmd
In Her an Mechlowitz, recording
i hostn as members of the board
Sctors for three-year terms
Ln H rrj Botteftstein, Bernard S.
.nldberg, Joseph L.
.offiBin, Harry Koretzky, Samuel
Mayidi Abraham Mason. Baron de
a Meyer, Julius Kosenstein
iiiuil Ja*< n Spui|.
s, ven members of the congrega-
tion * |i .: y \i ars ol dedicated and de-
toted service each has given to the
ongre'gation." Certificates of ap-
preciation were presented to Mor-
Cohen, Samuel Katz, Abraham
M id, Joseph Rubin. Irving
JS B Mrs. Eve Sermoneta
kaml Ar. Alfred Stone. Ah eighth
p.ward va- presented posthumously
The [meeting which heard re-
|l'"H-oi: (he progress and plans of
the Temple was marked by a sur-
Iprisc farewell to Mr. and Mrs.
iFnedTlnd, whe will soon depart
Inn a trip to Israel.
Daniel Broad, TW> president and Hebrew Academy officer,
receives check of SI.400 from Bruce Landesman, third grade
Hebrew Academf Btudent." ^looking on are (left to right) Ben-
jamin Stone, Nathaniel Lauer, Steven Mirmelli. This sum
represents the .money raised by Academy students during the
four-week campaign for the planting of a grove in Israel bear-
ing the naifce of the Hebrew Academy. Two groves have al-
ready been .planted in the past two years.
Brotherhood i% theme
Qomplda and *be/mJaMe effle cfowv
MIAMI TITLt
& Obstruct Co.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus A Reserves
Ixcetd $3,000,003
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
American Jewish Con gress.
Louise-Brandeis Chapter will have
a regular dessert-meeting in the
Aladdin room of the Algiers hotel,
on Monday noon. May. 28. Mrs.
Larry Friedlandl president of the
group, announces a Brotherhood
theme for Jhe meeting.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
TIDT)^ TU73
| Passover Workshop
On M< nday, Mar. 28, Beth David
M'T A. will conduct a Passover
Uurkhop with Habbi and Mrs. Hen-
0 M..V.Yrmck.
BUILDERS OF IMMORTAL
MEMORIALS FOR THE
pisrt i> rvora
JEWISH TRADE
loolr for Ihc 2 Story Whit* Buildin,
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS $40.00
plus Cemetery Charges
^M Sundays Phone 83-0249
Arrangements Completed
Arrangements are being com-
pleted for the annual dinner of the
Hebrew Teachers' Association of
Greater Miami, it was announced
this week by Mrs. Ruth Uliss. pres-
ident. The affair will be held May
1 al Waldman's hotel.
_________-
Beth Jacob Model Seder
P.T.A. meeting of Congregation
Beth Jacob was held Thursday.
Rabbi Akiva Chill officiated-at the
Model Seder. Participating were
Ida Lynn, Mrs. J. Gilbert. Mrs. A
Beher, Mrs. A. Katz, Mrs. J. Abou-
lofia and Mrs. S. Sholemuth.
WANTED
Woman to Remain Overnight
with elderly lady from now until May
1st. Will pay small salary. Telephone
after 10 a.m. JE 8-7811.
Use one carton at
a time; then open
nexf carton...for
matzosascrispas
the day they were
baked I
Jfar...
EGG MATZOS
Distributed by
REGULAR HOME SERVICE
b7tar v"",s ,0 your h*m* "r th
r and more economical way
DRYW00D TERMITES
ERADICATED
ML0N TENT METHOD
DrVl'.''i11 5Ver Ou.r.ntee on
od or Subterranean Termitea
TRUiv N0LEN...
^3iiiMjlllii
MIAMI M, eiecayne Blvd.
82-6441
MI*M. BEACH ,742 Alton Road
5-3444
1733 N.W. 7th AVENUE
GEFILTE FISH BORSCHT MACAROONS
HI GRADE FOOD CO.
PHONE e-8456
MAIN OFFICE
45 N.E. First Avenue
AILAPATTAH BRANCH
1400 N.W. 36th Slreef
Da.de Federal
JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President '
TAMIAMI BRANCH
1901 S.W. Eighth Street BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
EDISON CENTER BRANCH ... 9 A.M. to 12 noon Saturdays ... and
5797 N.W. Seventh Avenue *,. a o a*
*" branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 each by the Federal
Saving* and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. and EARN dividends twice
a year for you at the currant rat* of 3% par annum. Open your account now I
RESOURCES EXCEED 70 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS


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FRIDAY. MARCH 9c ,^.
Puchkoff Awards
Scheduled Here
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rill hoM -t Pvckinfl n-omon.il
menting Sunday, M Kno-
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tkoit, who tiwd in
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ardent Zi i Etna N
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sored twnjfl cultural meet
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Concert Dedicated
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Asked Ransom for Jews
JERUSALEM (WNS>A report
from Rome published this week in
\ York, to the effect that the
,.\iet Union had/offered to let
some of its Jews immigrate to Is-
rael on payment of a ransom of
$2,000 to S3.000 per person, has
been termed "unfounded" and
"fantastic" by an Israel Foreign
Office spokesman. (In 1953 Jewish
organization* in the United States
paid $1,000 ransom for each of 197
Irn released by Hungary.)
Rabbi to lecture of Aistmhh
In Daytona Beach Mar. 30
Rabbi David L Zielonka. of Th,
Temple in Tampa, Ha.. will repre.
| sent the Jewish Chautauqu, So
ciety as lecturer at Bethune-Cook'
j man College, Daytona Beach, a(
. an assembly on March 30 Nat10nal
Federation of Temple Brother
hoods sponsors the Jewish (hju
; tauqua Society, which tendi rabbis
I to colleges as part of an educa
; tional program to disseminate au
thentic information concerning j,
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JBIDAY. MARCH 25, 1955
LEGAL NOTICi
+Jewish ncrktiaw
II
PAGE 15 B
TTtHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
2 AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
H?OBIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34927B
;LT. i T VTB I I*
"', UT" 10 UROUH, */* FAITH
,' ,'m:m:k. .. k a FAITH
IJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t iii i 'redltors nnil All I'.'i'sons 11
, i. -iiismls AgaHfirt Said
, ,i. h of \ oil. ale In i.-liy
,i i, i|iin<- i ,i, manda which you, or
,'ihn- "' Ui '"'> hav *">! th*
''"' ,., FAITH E. GROEM, n/k/a
;.."l K HARNER, a k... FAITH
,lKOWlTZ deceased tat* of Dad*
i to th* Honorable
5~t\K n miWLINO. County Judf*
. mil. and file the lame In
1 ofrii-i c ''""" I '"'' "'" '
Fl.....la, within sight
[hi from t* dat of Ihe
tlon hereof. Suni claims
to contain th* legal ad-
r Hi, lalmanl ami to !> tworn
i. ,i .,s afor*aald, or name
: .-., a* lion 120 of the
\, i
h .',. a i> !
, GROSS
-,. i;,,, hi,,i of Hi'' E*l \\ in
I | -l.mi, i.l of
I ill K DROSS, a/kn/
I \l III K l:\RNKR. a k a
KAITH UEFKOWITZ,
I >, a- ,!
MILTON \. FRIEDMAN
Aiiurn, > i"i Executor
LEGAL NOTICE '
IN THE CIRCUIT
I l-s
rSTfHE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34909A
l i;,. ESTATE OF
\iw s i.EVIN, Peceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* and All Person* Hat
Ins, Claims or Peniands Against Sniil
K*lat< t
you, and each of ymi are hereby
ad .,,,,1 required to present any
nd demand! which you. or
i,l v.,a. mas have against the
i.f max S LEVIN, deceaeed
,,,. ,f |>ad,' County. Florida, 10 the
,1,1.. County Judfe* of D*ie
and file the aame in their of-
, the County Courthouse In
I'ounty, Florida, within sight
ii month* from the date of the
fl ,i publication hereof, Said claims
manda to a,main the I aval a,i-
o| the claimant and 10 b* sworn
to and |in at nted aa aforesaid, 04 lame
will i- barred Bee Section 7tt.ll of
i. Probate Act
i,., March ii. A 11. IWf.
HERMAN T, ISIS
\s Executor of the Lsat \Mll
an,i Teatamenl of
max s LEVIN, Dei Men,
HERMAN T. ISIS
: \ for Executor
rongreaa Bids., Miami, Florida
. -4/1-1
LLEVENTH JU-D.C,CA0LU^RC0UF.TT^
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY FLOP.
DA IN CHANCERY N |7?i
ELIZABETH /.ai.a. Plaintiff! "7W
TO AOTf?DBKY2iA1{EUCAT,ON
Eight Bast SStb street
' Kill.in h It.-.slam ant
Toy. ALFRED F ZALA, are ri
i, ViV i','us'fV.' "|,v "f x"'" Aw*r
to the BUI f i oronlalnl f, di,........
the l lamiifi s attorney, JOSEPH
ms NKKANTZ. No On Lincoln
Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida
and file th* original in ti. office of
the i lark of the above Courl on o
before the loth daj of April, IMS or
i omplalnt will be taken aa confessed
Dated this 10th daj of March 1955
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
i li-rk of t In- Circuit Court
,a ., Bj R. II RICE, lit.
iT"1,!:. -,,, Doputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_, _, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
uslneaa under the fictitious name of
I l..\MINc,o Mrsic, at BB02 N W
vynU( Hater said name
ith the i icik of the Circuit Court of
i>aae County, Florida.
,., v\ ai.i i:il ZARZYOKI
MAX P. EN<8KL, ESQ.
ah,an. y for Flamingo Music
: 11-18-21 1/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File A-13504
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NiiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
JOSEPH KEI.I.EHER, holder of Town
i,la I'lty Taa bale I Yrtlflrate
No. \ill issued the Slat da> of May,
\ ii |9o!, I, filed same HI DIJ 01-
ind i. is made application for a
be iasued thereon
\- > s tin- follow In;' de-
.1.1 PO||l I I \ III tl,,' I "',1111 t> of
Dude, Florida, t,i-it:
Lot :. Illock II. I'loi Ida City
ri,-: i. i'i.,t Book -, Page 11,
Sectior 25, Township ">7 s<,uth.
Kan.-, IS Bast, In the Town of
i citj County of Had,-,
ol Florida.
The as>, Hamenl of said property un-
certificate a/M In tke
nai......i Estate of Ruth Carle.
- ud eel tin, at,, shall I
rdlna to law, the property
I hei ,in will be sold to the
Mil. i at the Courl House
n I he first Monday in the month
of May, :.',. which is the 2nd day of

Dated this nth day of March. 1*5*.
I II LEATHERMAN.
il.rk of Circuit Court,
I Hide County, l-'lorida.
Ii> N c. STERRETT,
irl B .,1) l>cputv Cl.ik
lk-25 i l-g a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA in AND FOR DADE
COUNTY N CHANCERY. No. 177555
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I" matii.ua BROWNE
' I'll Archil,aid Sue. I
>\ Hi.un, Ontario
''.
P>"U ir, hi i, l.y notified that a Bill
for Divorce has been fil-
.,iii you are required
ipj of your Answer or
e Bill of Complaint on
Utorney, (1EOROE l..
kM'lHT. ||| s,., ,rlli. Hun,linn. Mi-
l's A., and file th,
i Ai ,,r piaadlng In the office
Of lln- Cli, nil Court oil
"th d*> Of April, 1955.
'" ....... s. judgment by de-
[i n against you for the
Jjjp '' ""I'd iii the Hill of Com-
le shall he publlahed ohm
' '.','!" 'or four .....i~.i inn.- w-e.-ks
tJ.v,:- ll:W'S'll Kl.l.KIIUAN.
. .'>'- AND ORDERED at Miami.
this ISth day of March, A.D.
B, ii. LEATHEBM \N.
J'lei-k. Circuit Court,
Dade County, norlda
, y JOAN COl'RNOYBR,
,.,., ---.Hi Deputy cierk
.':':;. KNIOHT
f;"H'.l-: i I.AUK SMITH
Alt,,,,,. ,, f, ,,ulnl,fr
I l-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V.vr, .,. NAME LAW
,!,;,,,' '' ,h HEREBY OIVEN that
rned, destrlng to .-nRage In
''"' county. Florida.
WtiRIUs ZUCKERMAN
aiDNBt srss
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Slirn-i- ,NAME LAW
ih, n, '' HEREBY OIVEN that
ring to eaaarc In
.,. |S1SU.....AN STOUT
for Atn.llcant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURV OF THE
=' ^rP101*1" CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No 177631
mauv I'l-Ki-'i-i-.H, Plaintiff?
JEM PFEl i-'i'.it. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: iks.s. PFEPFER
i i i lid Bergen
Jersey city, N*w Ji
Vil AISIO IIKKKI1Y NOTIFIED
thai a 1,111 of complaint for divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
hereb) required to serve a copy ,,f
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney, MALV1N
BNOLANDER, 311 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Reach. Florida, and file the orig-
inal answer In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
llth day of April, 195.',. otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken as
confessed axalnst you.
DATED this 16th day of March.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.....d, ih ii ing to i ngage In
luislness under the flctitloua name of
LEON'S l.l'.'t -Its. a i 8874 H W 8th
Bt., Miami, int.-mis to register wild
name with the Clerk ol the Cln nit
' milt of Dade I'ounly. Florida.
SAMUEL K I. wink. Hole Owner
WEINKLK A KEXHL.BR
All,.i n. v s f,,r Applh-ant
Seybold llldg.
J/4-11-18-25
A.D. 19J5.
(Seal)
I/K-2S 4/1-8
K it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Uy R. II. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34218A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have agalnat the
estate of LEA SAHM), K. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
lion. FRANK H DOWLINO, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
.same In his offi,,- in the County
Courthouse in Dad,- County, Florida,
within eight (Jendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims ,,r demands i,, contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
he sworn I,, and presented as afore-
said, or sann- will be haried. See
Section IL'n of the l8J I'n,hate Act.
Dale February 2S, a D. 1955.
ARTHUR HARNOf F.
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
LEA SARNiiFF. Deceased
BETMOUR OEL.BER
Attorney for Arthm- Sarnoff
1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engtujc In
business under the fictitious name of
M Wl'WH BEAUTY SAI.i IN, at I0M
s \\ _',ih .\m-. Mi.-imi. Kia. Intends
to n glstei ,.,i n un,- with the l lerh
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
l- lorlda
.MII.DItED E. CA8CADDEN
I .-sole IW 1|,-1 |
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
1518 W l-'hiKler St.. Miami. II.i.
I,1-11-18-25
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25239
RE ESTATE <>K
JULIA K KELLER, also known as
JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER,
Deci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of JI'I.IA B. KELLER, also
known us JULIA ELIZABETH
KELLER, deceased; and that on the
list day ol March, IMS, "HI apply to
the Honorable w F. BLANTON,
County Judge >>f Dad.- county. Flor-
ida, for approval of said filial report
and for final discharge aa Exeeutprol
the Estate of JULIA' E KELLER,
also known as JULIA ELIZABETH
KELLER ih cas.-d.
This tSrd day of 5*brjiary. 19n5.
Kl.MKK i: KELLER
I'M.LOT. SILVER Ml l.i-OY
Attorneys for Executor
701 Congress BIdg., Miami. Kla.
3/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring t" engage in
business under the fictitious tuune ol
BEL- \ IKi: QENEItAL HOSPITAL, al
1(2 N K sttn sire.-i. Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Cli cult Court of Dade
County. Florida. ...,-.
BDOEW \TER HOSPITAU INC.
Sole I IW1ICI*
ROTHENHERi: .<: BURRIS
Attorneys f,,r Edgewater Hospital, Inc.
4JU LI......In Ro.,,1, .Miami Beach, Hi.
8/4-11-11 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _.. -
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name ol
VERTICAL HLIND CO. He FLOR-
IDA, at 1U:,-17-16'.' N.E. 62nd St,
Miami. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit < ourt or
Dade County. Florida. ,.,..,,,
MAXWELL L \VI-:iSUERG
I BONARD HEIN
3/11-18-25 4/1_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
NOTICE IB HEREBY 11IVKN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
NYLON EXTERMINATORS, ift lbi-l
Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Intend* lo
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
K'"r""- CHARLES TAIBL
LEONARD KALIBH
Attorney for Applicant
mm Dul'ont BIdg.
3/11-18-28 4/1 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
Mid.HAN STUDIO, si 104 16th
Miami Beach, Intends to regis-
ter said name with t of the
Circuit four, of I "^t^oOP
MORTON M. BEIOEL
Attorney tor Applicant
.19 W. Flagler St.
3/4-11-18-25
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, Fiaintlff,
vs.
EDNA MAE COOPER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i. EDNA MAE IPER
131 n. 12th Street
I 'h" i,i\. Ai 1/olia
You ai,. hei i'v notified thai Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to *rvi i opj of > our A new <-i or
Pleading to the him or Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M.
cain, 2418 West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file Ihe original
Answer or I'll .. 1111 in the offli a ol
the Clerk of tin- circuit Conn on ol
before the ISth day ,.r Apt II. 1955 II
ludgnii ir bj default
\\ui be taken agaln*1 you for the p*-
llel demandi d In tin- Hill of i lomplalnt.
This notice shall be puhllaheu once
each Week fo| I"lll < ollsec I ll i \ < Weeks
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this null day of March. A.D.
E. II. .LEATHERMAN,
chik, Co-, uli curt,
I lade Count). Floi Ida
By M. C. GREEN,
icir, nil Court Seal) DeputyeCIerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney r,,r Plaintiff
2518 W. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
8/18 IS 4/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl I
Hi, nnil, isinned, desiring to eng
- s .ml, r the fictitious name -'
BULLY'S BAR, al l'iii N E 54th .-
Miami. Ha., Intend to register -
name with th.- Clerk of the Lln
court of Dade County, Florida.
M. J. BULL1VAN
UERTRUDE P. SULLIVAN
i.-,,I, Owners)
HENRY M CAIN
A I I,., n, \ for Applicants
2518 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida
: I8-2S I 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34530-B
In Re: ESTATE t IF
SAMUEL BASSON, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
Im; claims or Demands Against Said
Batata
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
state of SAMUEL SASSON, deceased
late ol Dad,- County, Florida, to the
Honorable County .ludRes of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dad,. County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal a4"
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March 8th, A.D. 1955.
BEN BIPERfl
Aa Executor of the Last Will
and Testament ,,f
SAMUEL BASSON, Di ceased
PHILIP V SALMON
Attorney for Executor
Ha' I.inc.,In Road. Miami Beach, I'la.
1/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 177412
JAMES BREWER, Plaintiff
\ s.
MARY BREWER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO MARY BREWER
|.....i s W ISth Street
.Miami, I-lorlda
You are hereby notified thai a Hill
,.f Complaint for Divorce has heen fil-
ed agalnsr you, and you are required
,,- a ,-opv of your Answer or
Pleading t" the.11111 of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, CEO RUE A.
O'BRIEN, SOT Olympla Hiillding. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file Ihe original
Vn-wer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court pn or
before the i.'.th day of April, IS85. ir
v on fall to do so, Itidgmcnt by derault
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the mm "f Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
l THE JEWISH II ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -'-ml day of March. AD
I- B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade county. Florida
Bj WM. W. HTOCK1NO,
(Circuit Courl s- Deputy Clerk
QEOROE A O'BRIEN
Mr,,, n, v for Plaintiff
mi; olympla Building, Miami. Florid*
i I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 177403
ANNEMARIE VAZQUEZ, 1'lalntlff.
V*.
HENRY A. VAZQUEZ, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HENRY A VAZQUEZ,
c/o A!,iii" Vazquez.
IMS Evergreen Avenue.
llronx 72, New York.
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
flld against you, and you are requir-
ed to agrve B copy Of your Answer or
Pleading to tho Kill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney*, MYERS,
HE1.MAN & KAPLAN, 6..0 Beybold
Building. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court
on or heroic the sth day of April, 1165.
If >ou fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault win be taken again*! you for th*
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Week*
m THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of March, A.D.
1955.
E H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk) circuit Court,
I i.,Ue i 'ounty. I' lorlda
Bj WM. W. STOCKING,
(Circull Curt s.al i Deputs Clerk
MYER8, HE1MAN *- KAI'l.AN
Attorney* for Plaintiff
I,old Building, Miami, Florida
3/ll-l-:'i I 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
inder the fli t Itioua nami
E Al- .1 PACKAGE STORE, Hi
N W, Till Avenue, Miami, Kla.. Inter
to register said name with the Cla
,,f the circull i '"in t i-i Da* 'euntj,
Florid*
M' iRRIS D. c 'I.l IBERI: i Bole I Iwn 11
HENRY M CAIN
ii. for Applll all'
W. FUtglel SI Mian I'la.
1 I8-2S I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY (ll\ '
th,- undersigned, deslrin* lo eng
business under the fictitious name o,.
LE PARI8IEN
LE I'ARISIEN RESTAURANT
FRANC AIS
at 474 41st Street. Mian, I'-, a b,
lends I.....gutter said name, with t*ll
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D
Countv. Florida.
LE I'ARISIEN. INC.
A II.....la Cap.
THEODORE I NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
.1/1 R-2.- 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
SANTA BARBARA HOTEL APART-
MENTS, al 280 20th Street. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend* t" reglrter aald
name with the Ork m th~ circuit
Court f ltaNcw.RnorT*t oF
FLdRIDA. INC,
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Canvllle Realty
I
of ihoi Ida. Inc.
I1-18-2S -f *-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 177159
MARGARET FR \M'is PlalnUff,
VLBIAN Q FRANCIS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FABIAN 0 FRANCIS
31f, W, 11- Street
N. w York City, New York
You, FABIAN hereby notified that Ldi "f Dom-
plalnt for Divorce has been riled
against you, and yop are i .-.mired to
serve a COPS "f V<'"f Xnsw'er <>r I lead-
in,.- to 'he Hill "f Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. AR1IIIR S
DAVIS 748 Seybold Huilding. Miami.
Hade County. Florida, and flic the
oiiKlnal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk "f the Circuit
court on or before the 4th day or April.
iv.-, if you fail to do so. Judgment
b, default "in be taken ''""-' ,)":;
for the relief demand, ,1 in the Mil Of
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami,
, this 2nd day of March, A.D.
R, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
WM W STUCK INC,
Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
WITHER S. DAVIS
f. li.untirr
Im.IiI Blilg.. Miami. Ha.
3,4-ll-18-2i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlii
fha undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name .'
CRBH-WAY ci.KANERS A l.AI'.-
DERETTE. at 273J B.W. 27th Ai
Miami, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the circull Court
of Dade County. Florida
HERMAN WEOER
KESSI.ER & CARS
Attorneys for Applicant
IT1-'.' W. Flagler St.
t/l-_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE >s HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, dealring to engage M
bnalnea* und.-r the fictitious nami
MIAMI TROPICAL H.iiRA. al
s.w 28th Lane, Miami. Fhi Intendja
to register sad na..... arlth the cletk
f the circuit Court of Dade County;
Florida.
ri iBERT 0 M v;ke ,.- I
HENRY M, CAIN
Attorne) for Apnlli ant
2(11 \n Flagler Bt., Miami, Fla,
3 1-11-18-2.1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICI'. Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
..- under the flctitloua name ,.t
FREDELLE FOOTWEAR, al 285 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Reach. Fla intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Curt of Dade c',,unt>,
Florida. ....
EVELYN NCSSHAI'M
MILTON NUShTBAL'M
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorney* for Applicants
:,n., Beybold Building
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I1ERNIE SAFFERS RESTAURANT,
at number 1810 N.E. 2nd Ave. in the
city of Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister tin- said name willl the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
JACK eV .DLL CATERERS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation. Sole owner
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 176328
MARGARET I BTEGER, PlalnUff,
MICHAEL I. BTEGER, Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL .1 si'i.ur.i:.
Defendant
P". E. Dei.\.in Avenue
Buffalo. New Yoik
TOD WILL PLEASE TAKE NO-
TICE that a Hill "f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copj
of your Answi r oi Pli -iding to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintirr s
attorney. I. It. MAYERS, 1102-04 r.,-
gress Building, -Miami. Florida
rile the original Answer or II-
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 4th day
f \prii re--, if you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken.
agalnst vou for the relief demanded
in the Hill "t Coiniilaint.
This notice aball be published one-
each week for lour ,-> weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
""* -"" "''e b. lf^tiIerman:
lerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN.
(BEAD Deputy lerk
I. It. MATERS
Attorney for Plaintiff
Congress BIdg Miami. Florida
J/4-I1-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engagi n
business under the fictitious name ,,r
ci lUNTY i'A B, at !:. N.E 15th St.,
intends to register said name with it
i 'lei k of the i lit '"url ol
County, Florida .........
RICHARD KENNEDY
3 '4-11-18-25^___________________'
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 18384
RE: ESTATE OF
SOPHIE RABINI iWITZ ileo
aa SOPHIE MEYERSON and
SOPHIE MEYRISON, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereb] given that i have
I i..,i m\ final repoi t and petition for
l- ic.,i Dlschai r, aa exei uto ,f the
estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ
known as SOPHIE MEYERSON and
si il'llli: M \:\ RISI IN, ,1,-c,.,-. i
ili.it on the 18th day of April, 1(33 I
will apply i the Ho W. I-
BLANTON, Counts Judge ol
Countv, Florida, for approval of said
filial report and for final disi harge as
executor of the estate ol SOPHIE
IIABINOWITZ, also known as SOPH-
IE MEYERSON and BOPH1E ME\-
RISON, deceased
This Itth daj of Mar, h. 18 i5.
GEORGE CHERTKI >F
as executor for above
:: iv-i'5 4/1-S
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9-Jewist ncridHarJ_
FRIDAY, MARCH 2S
-
f*T r\T> 71 T OTJTNDrPC!lSenateGe,sBi,,toChonge
VJJJvyi3ii.lj J3Jfl^rC 1 OiMcCarran Walter Act
WASHINGTON (JTAV-Scn. 1
Israelis Feel Jernegan Missed
Central Issue in Talk
WASHINGTON (J T A) Israel
Embassy officials declined com-
ment here on the speech delivered
before the conference of Jewish
organizations by John D. Jerne-
gan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs, on
Middle Eastern defense develop-
ments. But Israel circles were re-
ported to feel that this speech com
pletely missed the central point in
the current discus-ions between
the two governments.
Waldman Named Loyalty
Board Head for U.S. Workers
WASHINGTON (JTA)Henry S.
Waldman. of Elizabeth, N.J., was
named chairman of the Interna-
tional Organizations Employees
Loyalty Board this week by Philip
| Young, chairman of the United
| States Civil Service Commission.
The board has authority to inquire
i into the loyalty of I'nited States
citizens employed by the united
Nations and other international or-
ganizations of which the U.S. is a
niember.
Charges Germans, Arabs Act
As Disruptive Force
NEW YORK (JTA)Disruptive
German and Arab elements in Ar-
gentina are constants seeking to
SOW discord between the Ar
tine Jewish community and the
government, as well a- between
the government- ol Argentina and
Israel, hut the government of Gen-
eral Peron is taking counter meas-
ures to ensure harmony. Hirsch
Triwaks, prominent Argentine
businessman and member of the
DAIA praesidiutn, said here.
London Church Defies Ban on
'World of Sholem Aleichem'
LONDON (JTA)A crowded
congregation in an Anglican
church here watched a perform-
ance by Jewish actors of an extract
from "The World of Sholem Alci-
chern." which the Church of Eng-
land censor originally banned.
They also heard Canon Clarence
May preach on the theme of the
play. "I. L. Peretz' "Bontche Seh-
weig," in direct defiance of his
Bishop's wishes.
Rabbi Defends Milton
Residents Against Charge
BOSTON (WN6) Defending the
residents of East Milton, where
Jews have lately .been receiving
threatening letters and telephone
calls. Rabbi Jacob Hochman of
Temple Shalom in that city declar-
ed this week here that town au-
thorities and the leaders of other
ius groups have been "'very
understanding and helpful" to the
Jews of East Milton and that ra-
cial hatred represents an attitude
limited to very few residents of the
town.
bert H. Humphrey has introduced
a bill to revise aspects of the Mc-
Carran-Walter Immigration Act
that he described as unfair and
discriminatory The bill has the
support of Senators Paul-Douglas.
John Kennedy and Patrick Mc
Namara.
Arabs Seize U.S- Jewish
Girl at Frontier Village
JERUSALEM (WNS) Grace
Shevel of Chicago, a 2*year-old
girl who is a dietician at Hadassah
Hospital and a student at the He-
brew University, was seized this
week by the Jordanian Arab Le-
gion at the frontier village of Beit
Safaa together with two Israelis
who accompanied her on a visit to
25,1
the village. American consular
thonties expressed the nninl
that Miss Shevel ,.....,,,, ''."
be released short ly,
Card Party Sunday
Card party will he giver by
Women's Club of Workmen's (
cle 692 Sunday evening
at 25 Washington ave. ,,.,,
will be Mrs. J. Kalmans.,,
Dutch Government to Take
Action in Orphan Abduction
THE HAGUE (W N S) Justice
Minister Donkar announced in the
Netherlands Senate this week that
the Dutch Government will take
action against all persons suspect-
ed of being involved in the kid-
napping of Anneke Beekman. 14-
year-old Jewish war orphan who
was abducted by Catholic foster
parents when the courts ordered
her turned over to the Jewish com-
munity.
Austria Hints Changes
In Compensation Laws
VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian
Government expects to invite a
representative of the Jewish
Claims Committee for new discus
sions on intended changes in the
restitution and indemnification
legislation, it was indicated here.
It was hinted that there is a will-
ingness on the part of the govern-
ment to make eventually further
modifications, if the Jewish pro-
posal will prove to be "logical."
UN Association Opposes
Sending Arms to Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
American Association for the Unit-
Nations adopted a resolution this
week calling further U.S. arms
shipments to the Middle East be-
fore a peace settlement "ill-advis-
ed, dangerous and inimical to the
attainment of peace." The resolu-
tion appealed to the United States
Government "to use its authority
and prestige to renew and rein-
force the call of the United Na-
tions to Israel and the Arab states
to resolve their differences
through direct negotiations and
to transform the existing armis-
tice agreements, negotiated under
the auspices of the United Na-
tions into permanent peace treat-
ies."
Turkish-Iraqi Pact Held
'Pernicious' by Sharett
JERUSALEM (JTA) ITemi<,|
Moshc Sharett of Israel denounced
the Turco Iraqm pad this week as
being of a "pernicious political
character" and charged thai it was
the result of the Anglo-American
policy in the Middle East, The
premier and foreign minister
warned ih.it the Anglo-American
policy of supplying arms to the
Arab Slate- was altering the poli-
tical balance within the area and
constituted a ;hreat to the secur-
ity ol Israel.
Czechoslovakia Forces Old
Jews into Overcrowded Home
MUNICH (WNS)Chechoslovak-
ian authorities in the countie- of
Liberec and Podebrady recently
rounded up 64 elderly Jewish pen-
sioners, ranging in age from 68 to
87, and transported them to the
Jewish old-age home at Marianske
Lazne, according to reports reach-
ing here from Czechoslovakia. The
institution, ine report states, has
been so overcrowded ever since it
was moved from Prague that two
residents had to share a single
bed.
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PAGE 4 B +Jeir _FHg )AY. MAR CH 25. 1955 PERSONALITIES l\ PASORAMA Berlin Philharmonic: Tainted Ambassadors By ROBERT GARY ever selected the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted bj Herbert von Karajan and managed by Gerhart von Esterman. to serve as cultural emissaries to the United States behaved stupidly and in bad taste. Both these men were long-time and faithful mem bere of the Nazi Party and there has been nothing to indicate that they felt uncomfortable during their membership in the Party or have since regretted their act in joining. I the Nazi Party, are continually en' tering this country for temporary periods The irony, of cour that while these former Nazis are free to come to this country : sorts of purpose.-, eminent lists from Iron Curtain and other countries whose political views are either unpopular or suspect, are barred from atter entitle conferences. But that ionly part of the problem of our illogical and indefensible immigration law However, the issue heniI legal one. A simple visit by an in AT THE MOVIES %  ., Cerf, Humorless Eras, Demagogues, Addenda Or. Judah t. Magnet his accolade and reward By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD—Americans have loct their sense of humor, a condition fertile for demogagues, according to publisher-author-leoturer Bennett Cert, who believes the American public is becoming chained by conformity. "Whenever someone says or does something different, he's immediately pointed out and branded. If we're godividual mav depend on whether .^ r J ,h /. m .. row ,0 iL pear J". th ^ or not he is el, admission under the law. A project as extens• a 21-concert tour by a philharmonic orchestra involves exUnited State* as ambassadors of dwill is an affront to the sensibilities of a vast number of Americans who suffered directly or indirectly from Nazi barbarism or who recall that era with deep horror. The fact that they come in the name of culture—supposedly the expresMon of man's finest and highest achievement—only deep,;nd compounds, the affront. There is no challenge to their right to visit this country. Under the law. members of a to::an party that has been out of existence for five years qualify entry; and the Nazi Party, acing to our State Department. sad to exist some ten years ago. As a result. German buMnf--men. its and other visitors, thou of whom were member.of THE WOIU It OE SPORTS New Jersey Team Gets JWBBasket Crown Physical Education Committee, which is headed by Charles L. Ornstein. Next on the JWB'.sports calendar will be the national volleybally tournament, and then the airmail swimming meet. Tenni-tar Herb Flam made the headlineon the -ports pages recently. He won hi-ingles match By BILL WOLF %  IT A year*s champion team of the %  al Jewish Welfare Board's the YMHA of Elizazi 'h. New Jers After surviving a whole series of cal and regional playoffs the Elizabeth -quad went on to play rial tourney held in Washingin the international tennis tournaD-C. nient in Barranquilla. Columbia. Right up until the last game, it Elam defeated Juan Devore of BelI Iced a< if the Jewish Commu8 um y scoreof 6—2. 6—1. and House of Bensenhurst, Brook6 — 2 Ij D, always a strong team, might Col. Harry Hen-hel. who hafor come through for the title. But in many years been an active particifinal contest. Elizabeth wamppant in promoting international the Brooklyniteby 93—79 athletic event-, was instrumental scor *in preparations tor the entry of the There were eight teamin the l s n ,ne basketball competition 'ff round. They includeJ Portaf ,np Pan-American Games in I Maine: Toronto: Lynn. Ma Mexico City. Haven. Conn : Baltimor the host team from Washington, D.C. Last year'.title holder was the team from Portland'. Ore. At the end of the tournament. ithe tradition, trophy w a s awarded to the athlete considered the most valuable player in the lurney. Thiyear'award went to Herbert Graubard of Elizabeth. The tourney was sponsored by the JWB's National Health and O n T H E H O O K g H g E E Dr. Magnes Flies bv Grim Nets *El£SaXZ*EX& Or World Marred by Polities the public relations aspectand FOR ZION'S SAKE. A Biography of Judah L. Magnes. By Norman Benrwich. 317 pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. $4.00. By HILARY MINOLIN DR. JUL(AH L Magnet, tir>t Chancellor and first President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was truly a "prophet without honor in his own country." In a sense, he was a failure—if the rejection by otherof a man's attitudes and fondest proposals is the criterion of failure. But to many people, success is something more than implementation, and the measure of a man's life shall be taken by what he was. rather th.m by what he did Perhaps in these terms a fairer evaluation will be made. Dr. Bentwich. former Attorney General of the Government of Palestine (British), friend and colleague of Dr. Magnes. has written a sympathetic but apparently unslanted account. Moat Jewland particularly Zionists) know of Magnes through his tremendously unpopular efforts for the binationality of Palestine, and his pacifist attitude at a time when such thinking was tantamount to succoring the enemy. Few know that he was also deeply troubled by the disorder of the American Jewish community in the early 1900's. and the experiments he attempted towards organization; or of the largescale relief program he initiated for the Jews of Eastern Europe at the same time that his pacifism decried the reason for their suffering. FEW KNOW, too. one of the major reasons why Magnes spoke constantly m terms of a "fusion of Judaism and humanity," and. consistently with this belief, acted as a bridge between the Jews and Arabs. Indeed, he welcomed the formation of the Arab league, believing it would mean recognition of the Jewish National Home and room for more Jews in neighboring Arab land.-. Zionists were incensed when Magnes opposed their official policy of a Jewish State because he feared (prophetically) it would lead to war with the Arabs; he proposed and militated for. instead. "Ihud"—the union of Jews and Arabs in a binational state, and the union of Palestine, Transjordan, Syria and Lebanon "in an economic and political federation." His conviction* ought to be viewed. I think, in the light of Magnes' inability to reconcile the nature of God with the terrible suffering in the world. "He was in rebellion against God. as he rebelled against the injustice of men." Dr. Bentwich writes many other factorWhate\er the legal rights of the Herren von Jvarajan and Esterman. they should never have been invited nor encouraged to come. And it is to be hoped that those responsible for this program will show a little more -en


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PAGE 12 A JenislIkrkMan North Shore Center Marks Anniversary North Shore Jewish Center will celebrate its f:fth anniversary on Sunday afternoon. Mar. 27. Eira Finegold. president, announced. Highlighting the program will be an original cantata written especially for this occasion by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the Center, entitled "How Old is Five Years On the program will appear representatives of the public school system of Dade County, who will pay tribute to the North Shore Jewish Center for extending its facilities to the public elementary school in the North Shore area. Rabbi Irving Lthrman. preof the Rabbinical Association. trill participate in the program. The North Shore Jewish Center, which recently completed Its religion school building-program, was chartered in April. 1950. by ;, group of men and women w h in theatres and rented stores Situated on Dickens ave and 75th st the Center serve* th. 1 spiritual need* of Jews residing in the northern Din "f Miami B-.-u cludir; Normandy Hands. Surfside and Bay Harbor Island. In plannins the birthday celebration, the arrangements committee, •ins of Max Krauts. Jack Wilson. Jacob Matz. Ted Nelson. Morris Black. Mort Cohen and I. tufa Cohen, will dedicate festivitii the community leaders, pa-t and present, who have helped create the Center. FRIDAY, MARCH *.| Kadimah Sponsors SI Annual fashion shO. J Women's Org.na^l sponsored b> KadiU" lr-u"".. Women 's I North Bayshoredr on' j afternoon,. Mar. 30.' Smart Mis. of Mianfbe modeled Mrs. \j„ and Mrs. Irving Bayer re being as^ted in pfc. i ne following committee dames Ida Myers, R uhin fl Fashion show proceeds mm ed for the Israeli Moetat loth, the counterpart of m heartedly with current sales, and Jewish Appeal and the intimate every confidence tna t the efforts Mrs. Ida Jacobs, pr secondly, that even effort is being association he has had with every 0 f Dr. Schwartz will be crowned chairman at a bon \ova made, with universal good will. as Pect of the development of Is... rael. admirablv fit him for the new to set into motion, as rapidly as is responsibilities he has now accept practicable, a successor organizaed. The affection and esteem in tion to carry on its splendid work."' which he is universally held Mr Eshkol said. throughout the Jewish communi"The responsibility for the esi ties of the world have given him a 'Old Newsboys' Day' Due Here April 4 Second annual Miami Daily News Varietj • 'Old Newsboys' will be held on Monday. Apr. 4 Proceeds from the event go toward the operation of the Varibildren's Hospital Maury Aashmann, Chief Barker of the Variety Club, said tha have not set a deCnil .i this >ear but expect to over the $12,000 tl ear." On the f:r-t 0 New* boys' I i sport?.nd the entertai: sold D Lou; %  >. years Dounced i rn %  the 11 War • r ed to direct with speedy success and has been greatly encouraged by the measure of cooperation which, in so short a time, he has already succeeded in evoking in so many quarters, both on the part of individuals and organizations." last Wednesday in the en hotel, when Club Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Max Le sailing for Israel May Queen Elizabeth Both I and Mrs. Levin have beetf Women in Miami for events of the Day's program are er, Opa Locka: Carl Gardner. MiLouie Bandel. general area chairman; Jack Leonard, volunteers chairman; Sandy Bronstein. "Dough Guy chairman: Vic Levine, circulation chairman; Bill rvvV "ir"m>ck rtnirman; Rajah Raboid. entertainers chairman. Abe Gurevitz. supplies chairman; Sig Eisenberg. Shrine chairman; Willard Mahuffey. Shrine co-chairman: Mr* Catherine Chaplin, women's committee chairman. Bandel has named the following chairmen for their respective aress Bernie Papy, Key West; Carl Cluck. South Miami; Fred Hartnrtt. Coral GaM :.. iiiaU h Miami Springs \1 Kirsch M H M n i-Riverside Bank: V. Ferris, Ailapattah; i: iberl Seel Fishe River: S I) Phillios. Jr. Miami Shores; Leonard Kimtii rth Miami. D.m i ami Beach; Judge Theodore R. Nelson. Surfside Bay Harbor; William King. Hollywood; Tony Salvino. Ft. Lauderdale. KOSHER POULTRY See it Alive and Healthy Slaughtered Under Rabbinical Supervision Tersfe Berman Juicy Ccponettes, Pullets & fat Yearlings THStt IS A D!FFER£NC£ Save 50c to SI en each CSickea ORDER \OA FOR PAiSO\ER BERMAN POULTRY 37 Washington Ave.-Cont* 1st Si. Fhone J£ 8-1839 te E KOSHER tor PASSOVER 1 *j Stigonne THE PERFECT SUGAR FLAVOR Trt £SU6ARlNEc 0 i**i mnne Suoarin. U Purr Harml.s, and Ecoacmical Can B. U..d S


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rPTDAY, MARCH 25. 1955 •• *'•'#••> /nul a steel door. likofl also saw his father Killed before his eyes. Subsequently rescued by the British Army, he lived to perform once again—this time ImMing^conChicagoans Will Meet liar meeting of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami will take place OB Sunday evening. Mar. 27, at the Monte Carlo hotel Irving ScHatzmM is president. ven, Moussorgsky. Chopin, Debussy and Prokofief. While here, he will be the guest of the Martin Finemans in their Pinetree dr. home on Miami Beach. Among local coneert iponaon are the Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Dade County. North Beach Forms Young Judaea Groups Young Judaea group for boys c jg n t through ten, meets every and girls, ages 15 and up, has been Tuesday evening, under the leaderformed at Congregation Monticcllo sn j p of Mrs. Phyllis Eisman. Park, N.E. 164 st. and 11th avc. I ^ Judaea group of girls, ages 11 North Miami Beach. .through 14, under the leader The group is under the leader0 f Mrs. Phyllis Eisman. meets Wedship of Arthur Cohen and meets ncsc j ay evenings. Monday evening at the eongregaCantor Lutman In Concert Here Congregation Beth El will present Cantor Kishel Lutman in a concert Sunday evening, Mar. 27, at 500 SW 17th ave. Cantor Lutman accompanied by his wife, Betty, on the accordion. She will also be heard in solo selections. Proceeds are for the mental hospital of Jerusalem, Israel. tion building. A Judaea group for girls, ages In charge of information Is B Lila Levlne, 1172 NE 160 ter certs on BBC radio anrl for the U.S. Army. It was at the request of then General of theArmies Bwight Eisenhower that Riabikoff and his mother, who managed to survive the Na/i actrocities, were brought to the United State-. Riabikoff now lives in Shep herdstown, West Va., and has been making 1 tour-, throughout the country. For his Apr. 14 concert, he will perform works by Bach, Bcetho-1 ^* •••"•• announces that only the products bearing the following endorsement JS nmNttl.Vfrl -ION"is are KOMI I |( |*\SSO\ I II >IH K LIGHT & HEAVY CREAM SOIII CREAM BUTTER, EGGS A CHEESE These Products are Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD IIAKA.MIIU III (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth, which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOYSKY Director of the Greater Miami Veed Hakashruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashruth Mashgjchim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and the pasteurizing and bottling plants TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ASK FOR BORDEN'S AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE Phone PL 7-1611 Israel Wines For Passover Initiated By Carmel Label Five distinct blends of wine, all bearing the respected Carmel label, have arrived here from Israel for the Passover season. Developed especially to conform to American tastes, these Israel imports at the same time impart the character and tradition of this wine-producing area which goes back 5,000 years to Biblical times. Four new blends have been added to the Rishon Sacramental Grape Wine, a naturally sweet but light type first introduced by Carmel last years. There is the Selected Fine Tokay, an exceptionally rich arid mellow dessert blend, and three lighter table wines—Adorn Atic Red Burgandy, Extra Fine Sauternes and Carmel Hock. Carmel wines are strictly Kosher for Passover and so certified by the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog. Produced and bottled by the Carmel Wine Growers Cooperative of Rishon-le-Zion and Zichron Jacob in the heart of Israel's historic wine country, the Carmel brand is imported here by the Carmel Wine Company. The Carmel Wine Company was formed by the Carmel Cooperative and the Palestine Economic Corporation, of New York, the oldest and largest American investment firm in Israel. The Carmel people expect a favorable response to their new line, which, they point out, offers a wide choice to fill the traditional four cups of wine prescribed for the Seder. The lighter, drier table wines, such as the Hock, Sauternes and Adorn Atic, are especially suited for before and during the feast, with the traditional Sacramental wine suitable throughout and the new Tokay preferred for after the meal.—S,T. (3023fr VARADER0 BEACH and HAVANAJDO! Both for f£* low round frip fare of *3o $ F horn Miami only on CffBMA You get both when you fly Cubana, Varadcro Beach, the Riviera of the Americas with its beautiful white sands and blue waters, and Havana, the gay, exciting Paris of the Americas. Ask for Cubana"s Romantic Circle Flight and start off right. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1955 Passover Seder : At Emanu-EI jjecird annual model Passover ij er i ir the instruction of pari ?nl s ,1 take place at Temple Emanr El <>n Wednesday evening, Har SO. according to Mrs. BenjaiZ Greene, president of the Temples ; .iient Teacher Association, jponsi "f ,h,> pvent. Mrs. Greene jjjJted that the Seder will be con,,,'„.,,.., in Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Temple. ii,,. • (idel Seder will be for the I purpo"' presenting the order, [ .,.„!,. and color of the Seder vlU1 n Passover. Cantor Philip Bromii %  "'" assist Rabbi Lehrnian is the instruction scheduled.' Cbai men Mr. and Mrs. Raphael y une s vill have as their commit-' l,. P Mi and Mrs. Abe Kaufman, Mr ai I Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Dr. and Hn Theodore Arvan, Mr. and Mrs [•' %  n Klempner, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Idler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brick, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Miller. Pr and Mrs. Jesse Halpern. Mi and Mrs. Milton Feller. Mr. | in d Mr* Arthur Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pollai Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Grier, Mrs Jules Channing, Mr. and \i %  • Jerm Resnick, Mr. and; Mr\ A Rothstein, Mr. and Mrs. josepl Abelow and Dr. and Mrs. ; Leon '..nnhcinier. i ng chairman Mrs. Sherman i I will be assisted by Mrs". Edgar I'.rcenberg. Mrs. Herbert] ticket chairman, and Mrs. Joel Newman will be in charge of t i %  corations. +Jelstrk*Mtor PAGE 9 B Pekelener Named to Miami ZOA District Board A. Arthur Pekelner, formerly of Yonkers, N.Y.. and Pittsburgh. Pa., has been elected chairman of the executive board of the Miami Zionist District. Activity chairmen named to the district, according to Irving Saal, president, include Mrs. Abe Kazow. Sam Landau, I. S Shapoff, Harry Gordon, Peter Heller, Sam Levine and Jerome Weinkle. The board meets on the third Tuesday evening of each month. Saal said. World's Oldest Holiday Features Newest Recipes When Jews throughout the world sit down to their Passover Seder at sundown on Wednesday evening, Apr. 6, it will mark another joyous celebration of the age-old Feast of Freedom, commemorating the deliverance of the Children of Israel from slavery in ancient Egypt. Continuous, uninterrupted observance for nearly 3,500 years, makes Passover the oldest holiday in the world. In the course of these thousands of years, the most vital aspects of the holiday have remained unchanged. But in the more practical as peels of the holiday—in matters of traditional holiday recipes, for example, there has been a constant change, a constant evolution. Much | of this change is attributable to the pioneering efforts of the B. Manischewitz Company, a firm which for nearly 70 years has specialized exclusively in the baking of mat-1 zos and the manufacture of tradi-! tional Jewish foods in ready-toserve or ready-to cook form. i not water Cool Beat eggs and sal) Rrea ,, e( | g" square pan. Bake in a Here is a favorite Manischewitz until thick and lemon colored, moderate oven (350 ) for 35 recipe for Passover fudge brownies Gradually beat in sugar. Beat in minutes. Cut into 2" squares while ',2 cup Manischewitz cake meal ; ly add ease man and beat until '/: cup coarsely chopped walnuts well blended. Stir in chopped nuts. Melt chocolate and butter over ] Spread batter evenly in a well—a special cake to spice the meal and between meal hours of the Passover holiday: Passover Fudge Brownies 2'i bars (3 1 2 oz.) Manischewitz Bittersweet Chocolate "A cup butter 2 eggs Ms teaspoon sail '-':; cup sugar cooled chocolate mixture. Gradual-i still hot. Coo! in pan. Director to be Speaker Congregation of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet Monday evening, Mar. 28. Guest speak, er will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Board Meeting Wednesday Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will have a board meeting on Wednesday morning, Mar. 30, it has been announced by Mrs. Robert Schweil'.'"•, president. Mrs. Schwartz Elected To Executive Board YORK CITY — Mrs. Leopold I Schwartz, <>f 4266 Chase aye. ami Beach, has been elect( xecutive board of the i it ion of Temple Sisterhoods for a term of four years, j it waa announced here at national j uters of the organization in ; the I nion House of Living Judaism -rBerg Memorial. Dm >f the largest Jewish worn-1 en • 11 .mi/alinns in the world, the j Tfatior..! Federation Of Temple' Sisterl >ods hands together 100,000 w< men in more than 500 Sisterboo in the United States, Cuba, Panama, the United f I nion of South Africa nd Australia N'FTS is the womei division of the Union of Amcri n Hebrew Congregations. FLOR I PA A DAIRIES COMPANY nnounces • • • • The PERFECT Package For Passover Milk Annvol Donor Luncheon Sisti i-h ii nual ( day n Terrac eon iman commi tina hood of North Dade Jewter will hold its third an. nor luncheon on Wednesn. Mar. 30, at the Biscayne root Theme for this lunch"words and music." ChairIt Apfelbaum and her •tee have worked to make affair to be remembered. Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 4-2018 Catc-ing Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We ore one of Miami's Leading with Monument Dealers in the H K \ & **&•* C?3Z:.'K.4KJ "MIAl DOOJIT irtUtAMCI COK>AT!Ort BjWK.ol MIAMI BKAC'II *37 WASHINGTON AVENUE Sealking Plastic-Coated Leakproof Paper Carton Here is the milk package sterilized in oor dairy when it is filled and sealed. Here is the milk package that is leakproof, sturdy, strong. Here is the milk package that you open, and poor from the top corner with such perfect control that yoo can pour as little as a half teaspoonful without spilling a drop; gushing action and after-drip have been eliminated, at last. Here is the milk package whose plastic coating preserves the flavor and the rich freshness of your milk. I/ne'er the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Congregation Beth TfaUah. 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)AV. MAR CH 25, 1955 Guests to Honor Uv M. Chert koi KarMitzvah L and Mrs. George Chertkof. March* rd.. Coral Gables, antZ the Bar Mittvah of their Barrv Michael, on Saturday %  nine Mar. 20. at Temple Israel. thbi Joseph Narot will olfiL with Cantor Jacob Bornstein Bering the musical portions of irrv Is a high honor student in %  eighth grade of Ponce de Leon lor High School, where he belt to the concert chorus. fme 200 guests and 100 relig5Chool students will attend a Lion following the Bar Mitzgervice in Kaplan Hall. .nong those present will be Mr. |>!rs I.* tnDaitch, Barry's maLl grandparent* from New l who are now spending their |cr vacation at the Sea Isle ho|Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Daitch, Harrison, N.Y., an uncle and j MrRose Radack and Mrs. lore Flame, aunts, and Mr. Benin Dubin, a cousin, all of the b, N v. ]]., attending will be Barry's If and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry in. of Normandy Isle; and couI of his lather, Mr. and Mrs. L Rifkui'l Miami. Mr. and Mrs. T Daitch and Mr. and Mrs. HyI Daitch. MrChertkof's uncles aunts, will be here for the nony from the Bronx and li>on. Wi-. respectively. |tting as hostess to religious cl students will be Barry's sisiDianc Inor Luncheon Hear Reports rcater Miami Women's AuxilJewi-h Home for the Aged, bold itannual donor luncheon Tuesday noon. Mar. 29, in the liyat room of the Algiers noli; annual affair is the "Retancheon" for all members IViavo met iheir financial quota \e yearly Treasure Chest pro' ot which Mrs. Trudy Hamerkg is chairman. fi,. Sam II liost and Mrs. HerJacobs arc chairmen for the luncheon "This gay party he highlight of the organizafs social affairs," they said. ft human stories will unfold r (hi as at this annual lunchI Mveral woman residents from [Home will tell the guests of individual human experiencluring their residency there." |r>. LouiMakovsky is program man. and promises an unusu::ne entertaining program. I [fcENE TROOP ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER YOUR SOU'S BAR WITIVAH u'.eosmo, !" M% NlVi Carnation !• ** Ccniid %  • attract". ow *• Life Like Full Color PH. JE 8-3371 M01DAN STUDIO 404 l*h ST., MIAMI BEACH JGUST BZiOS. I •JarfstOprMtar? PAGE 9 A New Son Born Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Koch of 725 South Shore dr., announce the birth of a sop on Mar. 14. Mrs. Koch is the former Roberta Palay daughter of Mrs. Ledi Palay and the late Dr. Lewis Palay. Mr. Koch is president of the Palm Container Corp., Hialeah. Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch, of Brooklyn, NY., flew to Miami Monday to participate at the bris of their new grandson. Randy Jaclyn Horn Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swerdlin. 819 Paradiso, Coral Gables, announce the birth of their daughter, Randy Jaclyn, Mar. 16 at Doctors Hospital. Randy joins her brother, ( L ee Robert. Grandparents are Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Swerdjin, Miami j Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Click, .Chicago and Miami Beach. I'liKiiigtiin HtudM Barry Michael Chertkof Torah Temple to Initiate Religious Services Passover Torah Temple, 1254 West ave., has announced that the Passover festival will mark the inauguration of religious services at the Temple. Extensive preparations are being made for the official opening on the eve of Passover. Passover services will be conducted throughout the holiday beginning on Wednesday, Apr. 6. A well known cantor will chant the liturgy. Rabbi Louis A. Cassel and Rabbi Abraham M. pMMl will officiate throughout the Passover holiday. Wise Group to Celebrate Stephen S. Wise Group of Hada* sah will mark "World's Jewish Child Day" on Wednesday evening, Mar. 30, at the Monte Carlo hotel. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mrs. Benjamin -Gladwin is president. Ten Days Apart Cousins Steven Mark Brown and Jeffry Ronald Brown were born ten days apart. Steven Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown, 3925 SW 5th ter., arrived at Mercy Hospital Mar. 5. On Mar. 15, Jeffrey Ronald, who is the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown, 51 Marabella, Coral Gables, joined his brother, Dale, age three. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, Miami, and Mrs. Flora Lockwood, Hot Springs, Ark. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Levlne, of 3670 SW 24th ter., Miami, entertained Mrs. Levine's daughter, Mrs. Evalin Stark, of Cleveland. ().. during the week Mar. 13 to 19. A luncheon given in Mrs. Stark's honor at her mother's home was attended by many mutual friends, ft ft ft Vacationing at Waldman's hotel is Mrs. Nathan Cohen, of New York City, who is national director of the Hebrew National Orphan Home, president of the Maimonides Chapter of Yeshiva University and a member of the board of directors of the Manhattan Mizrachi. ft ft ft • Mr. Mitchell Reiner, of 8024 Harding ave.. left for New York this week, where he will spend five weeks in the Veterans' Hospital there. Accompanying him is Mrs. Reiner. Michael Picard Birth" Mr. and Mrs. Hans L. Picard, Fairhaven, Mass., announce the birth of a son, Michael Howard, on Mar. 12 at St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford. Mrs. Picard is the former Shirley Gerstein, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Lena Manas, of 1310 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, shares grandparent's honors with Dr. and Mrs. Julius Picard, Fall River, Mass. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Mathilda Dreyfuss and Mrs Hedwig Picard, also of Fall River. PRACTICAL NURSE EXPERIENCED WITH INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADULTS. Reasonable rates by hour, day or week. References. Phone HI 6-6227. o1 MJGUST BROS fty, Ji-t*< HF ST' '•*' RED ROAD HOUSE OF BEAUTY 2208 SW. 57th Ave. Miami, Fla. Tel. MO 6-86S6 Be kind to yourself. Get the belt shampoo and set—$1.25. Styled haircut $1 50. Facials, including Pack—$3.00. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.E. 5th St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG, Owner CANTOR WISHES POSITION FOR PASSOVER Sedurim and Services. Also entertain. Known for his experience in this line. Best references. Call JE 8-1582. LET US ENTERTAIN AT YOUR SIMCHA • Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Anniversaries • Organizations and Fund Raisings THE THREESUM A Master of Ceremonies tV Tenor Dramatic Soprano a? Pianist CALL 65-3040 Torah Temple 1254 WKST Avr.NUE. MIAMI BEACH "Slow Accepting Reservation* for Passover Sedorim Conducted bv The Oretxt L\nc Baritone CANTOR JOSEPH C. SALZMAN RAoBI ABRAHAM CASSEL. RABBI LOUIS CASSEL and BOYS CHOIR IndoOt and Outdoor Sedorim FOR RrsmvATioNs CALL JE 8-1052 or JE 8-^271 "Pdssbicr Sedorim at Their Most Beautiful Passover Services will be conducted at the Ten pic Morninp :>t 9 a n, -Evening) at 6:4J ; throughout t'.'.e I THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME HAVING A PARTY? rVf HAVF THf fCOD ".' ^Sfe ROSEDALE S^ST RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN ^COMPUTE CATERING SERVICE TWENTY-EIGHTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER/ Conductor FRANCESCATTI VIOLINIST Sun. Evo. — March 27th Miami Beaeh Aud.—8:30 Mon. Evo — March 28th Dade County Aud.—8:30 Single Tickets 83.00 $2.50 $2.00 $175 $1.50. Univer sity Office MO 1-4980 — Cordelii MB Aud.. 1700 Waah. Ave. — 2901 W. Flafller St. — Amidon's Bookworm. 269 Miracle Mile • '219 Lincoln Road. 1 Kosher Style Ceokinj Private Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking 170 N.W. FIFTH SfKEET MIAMI Why visit 6 other attractions when you can see if all lor one {are at TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and loo PHONE 64-4579 FOR RESIDENTIAL PASS, FREE I Have that Business Meeting. | Banquet* or I Bpeclal Occasion f You'll find completo facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I for Informations Mr. Ooltman, Catering Director. •f feotn St. Collins Aw* Complete Selection of Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Accessories Boys' and Girls' Wear Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics MORRIS BROTHERS 70 E. FIACLER PHONE 82-4641 Iff 1 Iff CONVALESCENT H03ME 335 S.W. 12th Ave. 1E0 ALIEN, Director Ph. 2-5437 and 9-0278 Specializing in Care to fhe Elderly and Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service — Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms %. iirctmes,. Su*s/u*t -Hft^u the homo ot SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re£. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. lAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH



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ppjDAY. MARCH 25, 195S -Jmislr fkjridUan PAGE 5 B Max Mintzer, 65, Dead; Come Here 30 Years Ago Max Mintzer, 65, who had operated a dry goods store in Miami for 20 years, died Monday. He came h re 30 vears ago from Rumania. He lived at 1510. SW 25tb ave., ,nd was :1 member of B'aai B rith, Beth El Synagogue and the Zionist Organization. He had been active in many civic organizations, including the United Jewish Appeal, since his retirement 10 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Sally: two sons, Herman and Joseph; three daughters. Mrs. Jeanette Schulman, Hn. Ethel Feinberg and Mrs. Helen Halperin; a brother, I. L. Mintzer, and nine grandchildren, all of Greater Miami. Services were held Wednesday in Gordon's Miami Chapel, with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Beth Sholom Patron Dies During Visit to Pittsburgh Samuel Beckerman-of 765 West 50 st.. Miami Beach, passed away suddenly last week while on a visit to Pittsburgh. Mr. Beckerman was president of the Packaged Products Corporation there. Funeral services were held on Mar. 16. in Pittsburgh, and Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, flew to Pittsburgh to participate. Mr. Beckerman was an active eommunal and philanthropic leader and had served as a vice president and honorary vice president of Beth Sholom. as well as a member of the board and honorary ehairman of the Temple's building fund. The Beckerman family gift is responsible for the new chapel of the new Beth Sholom. Mr. Beckerman leaves a wife, Frances, and three children, Joyce, Kenneth and Stuart. ObitH&ri e s JACK R. WEIN M3*%T&L UH 1 '' a, "lenian who Mad Saturday ofa heart condition. hun.-ral Home, Burial followw.i. c ,Ur f *. V W Cametary. Mr. Wain •"'"'•rly ..f Detroit, had lived at K North sin.,.. ,,,,. Miami Baaoh L'.'i'.l %  Mfc!"''ST '" "UrvJvf.l l,y |,|K Florence I^al'ort*. MISS ANNIE ROSENHOUSE %  •i. Of 1901 N\V 14th st.. who rani,, to Miami 33 yaarn afo, passed away Mar, I, services were n<-id m Gordon's Miami i'ha|,i. with burial In Mt Ne'•rnalary. Bhe wai associated with Hi.!; %  >-. nlion-,. law offices, Miami Burvlvlna her art two brothoni, MOM II. and David 1.., and two slaters, .Ml** Barah Itownliounr and Mrs. Doia l.vDflja, all of Miami. NATHAN FIEDLER ::., nf MOO N\V 6Sth at., who CMM hens yean ago from Pittsburgh, Pa., iinil Mai. IS. Mr. Fiedler, a frrocer. leave* his wife, Ktafla; a eon, Bneldon A.. Miami; %  daughter, Mrs, liin. Btohtenbera, I'iitaiiui'Kh; two slaters, unhiding Mrs. Molh Cohen, Miami; a brother, his mother and two grsndchlktren, Bervlcaa were held In dor* dun's Miami Chniiel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Krook Unveiling The dedication fo a monument to the memory of the late Isidor Krook, formerly of 1244 NW 7th st.. will take place Sunday, Mar. 27, 1 p.m on the Workmen's Circle Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. Krook is survived by hi> wife, Fannie,* a son, Harry of Baltimore, Md.; two daughters, Lillian, of Miami, and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, of Miami Beach: and one grandchild. He was a member nf the Workmen's Circle Branch 699, of Miami. Arrangement are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. JACOB HOFFMAN 6S, ,,f 3IMH Collins avi'.. Miami Beach, died Saturday at home. He was the reined owner of a men'i ami boys' Wear COmpall9 and rain,SO Miami Ittuch M years as*d, He was an Klk and a Mason, lie Is aurvlved by his wife, RebSj a brother. Max. and a %  later, Llbby, all nf Miami Beach s<-r\ Ices were held in llcach Memorial Chapel, with iniilal in fjraceland Memorial I'ark. LEWIS SAFFT <-. hardware more operator, died Mar. 17. Service* were held In Itlverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in Mt Hlnal Cemetery. Mr. Ham operated stores on Normandy Isle and In Murfiddc. He leaves hla wire and a daughter. Me came here lroin .New Haven. Conn. s. NBTLUITJOSEPH I. a, Miami Hearh visitor, mMed aSray Mai :i. C.onlo,, Miami Haen.' • LOUIS LUNDY '•2, of >\ KW IHh ave.. passed away Minds y. Gordon". Miami chainl, burlal in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, HANS TOBLER M; winter visitor for is years, died Haturda) Services and burial were in reanock, N.J, Beach Memorial Chapel m charge of local arrangement. MRS. LOTTIE LeVEY 0., of 203H I'ark ave., Miami Beach, who same here 10 fears ago from Detroit, died Mar II. Surviving ia a daughter, Mrs. Marian Itoth. Miami Beach, liurlal took place In Detroit, with local arrangements b\ Gordon's Mann Beach i'un.ial Home. MRS. ESTHER MORRISON 72. <>r JSIS Colllna ave, Miami Beach, Who came to Miami tu years ago from Ncwburgh, NY., died Mar. 11. she JJSS a iber of the Temple BmanuKl and Hadaaaah. Surviving are three sisters, hirhiding Mrs. Rose II. Maikauf, Miami Beach, services were held In Gordons Miami I leach chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemeten her of Beth Jacob Synagogue. Surviving are three sons, Sam, of the Miami lleach lKillce department; Milton and Dr. Henry Frederick, Cleveland: a daughter, Mrs. Elsa Kalln, l.ong Beach, l.l N.Y.; two alatera, Including Mm Rose Freeman, Miami li.-aih, and a brother, Jacob Weinatock, Miami lleach. Services were held In Riverside Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. a*> 1 — •— — SOLOMON KLEIN 30, of .1401 NW 23rd ave., who waa killed Mar. Ill near Jacksonville. Gordon Memorial Home waa In charge Burial waa in Cracelaiwl Memorial I'ark. Klein, a World War II veteran and a former University of Miami atudent. was an ai-tor. formerly at Hedgerow Theater, Philadelphia. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Florence Qreehberg, .Miami, and a brother. MRS. FANNY KIRSCHNER 16".0 James ave., Miami Beach, died Saturday She cSIHc here 16 \ ears ago from New York. Burial was in New Yoik. with Riverside Memorial chapel lu charge locally. MEYER PERLBERO 76. of 3142 8W 4th St.. passe.l a Mar. 9. Services were in Brooklyn with Riverside Miami In charge locally. WILLIAM SPERLING 76, of 141ii Ocean dr., Miami Bench, paaaed away Mar. 9. Beach Memo ..!. MRS. BLANCHE KATZ :,8. Of Sh.'iS I'lek-ns ave. s.nf .died'Mar. Kivernd. Miami MRS. ANN ROSENHOLTZ 59, of 125S Pennsylvania ave. Ml mil Beach, died Mar. n>. Riverside M Beai h JACOB MANDELL T3. of lOU Kuclld ave., Miami Beach, paaaed away Mar. 14. Guidon. Miami Beach. HARRY SOKOL l"-'!i Euclid ave Miami Beach, passed away Mar. 14. Gordon, Miami Beach, PHILLIP LINOEMAN •17. formerly of I5S1 1., IM>\ ave., Miami Beach, passed away si a local hospital Mar. 7. He was a resident of Miami for the past 12 years and is survived hy his wife. Jennie and a brother, Morris, of Red Bank, N.J. Mr. Linden,., n was active in Hotel Gr.eters Association, former manager Of the Ocean Spray I'ark Avenue hotel. Btrathhaven, Harrison. Nash and Brcakwnter hotels. MRS. ANNA MOSS 77, of l)Zl N\\ llnd OL, who came t'i Miami Hi years ago from Pittsburgh, l'a.. died Mar. 11. Surviving are two sons, Milton. Miami, and Sidney, Pittsburgh; two daughters, Mlsa By I via Moss, .Miami, ami Mis. I.eiioanl Price, I'iltsburgh; three sisters, Including Mrs. Bertha Boeanswehr, Miami, two l,rothers and two grandchildren. Burial took place in Pittsburgh, with Gordon'a .Miami Funeral Home In charge locallj LOUIS LEVINE .,7 of 2461 SW 17th St., died Sumlav in' a hospital. A sundries salesman, he had lived here 13 years coming from New York. Surviving are Ml wife. Bertha; a son, Marvin; a daughter Mr-. Ruth Chaykln. and a sister, 1.. na Rosen, all of Miami, and two daughters. Mrs. Kvelyn Gonsky and Mrs Blanche Conione, both of Now Y..ik Si i vices were held in lleach Memorial Chapel, with burial In NOW York. MRS. MARTHA N. MORRISON IV, of |Mt s\\ li'.th St., who lame here %  even yean ago from New York, passed away Mar. 13 Burial took place in New York, with local arrange menta by lleach Memorial Chapel. She is survived Uv her husband. In. Abe Mori laon, Miami. Frishman Unveiling Thi i, i!'catinn of a mtirrmicnt lo Ihe memory of the late Albert Frishman. Inrmerly of 1401 SW li'li si will take place Sunday, Mar J7 at 2 p.m.. on Mt. Sinai McPark Cemetery, with Rabbi s T. S officiating. Mr Prishman/!> survived by his wife, I.il"n, Newton, of Jacksanvllle, Fla ,i daughter, Mrs. Nathan ml; two brothers, four>i lers and five grandchildren. nt^ are in charge of PalM mumenl Company. Friends and relatives are a^'l to attend. Ravett Unveiling 1,1 d cation of a monument mory of the late Eteie rormerly of 441 Brickell lake place Sunday. Mar. *••' : x Nebo Cemetery, With Dr Jo ,.,,h Narot officiating. iir\ivod by her hus1 ;"" 1 ''''II two daughter-. Mrs Davis and Mrs Pauline one -ister and one brother. Arranuonients are in charge of rnurmond Monument Company. rriendand relatives are asked to attend Lowe Unveiling The dedication of a monument jo the memory of the late Morris H!*o. formerly of 260 Euclid ave., wami Beach, will take place Sun'';'> March. 27, 2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai """••nal Park Cemetery, with a| )l)i Simon April officiating. • Lowe is survived by his wife, J ara h. and a daughter, Mrs. Gol'* n Arrangements are in charge Dade Monument Company. f r "•'••Is and relatives are asked to attend. MRS. DOROTHY FEDERMAN 8 of MM Chase ave., Miami Beach, paaaee away Mar. IB. Bervjoes were held at Riverside Momorlal hapei. Miami Heach. followed hy hmial in Mt N.l.o Ce tery. Mrs. Ke.leunan. a resident here for 26 years, .'..mini; fn.m Toli^l". pltaL Survived by his wife. Mtclle, ine ilaunhtei. l.inda. his mother, MBnie stave, t brothers and three sisiteis. Remalna wore settl to fatterNi. i,v Miami Riverside, MRS. CLARA BLUM ?t of sjl Collins ave Man I sw iv Mar, I Bervl. es wen in Brooklyn lih Riverside Miami, r., ,, h m rharsi locally. ISIDOR FEINBERG 60. of MO Mth -i Miami B> I Mar 1" Bervli %  'v. rIn l!i %  ei • Miami Beach In.' kx ally. JOSEPH CHINICH • usa ^\\ nl aiclit years • where he tu %  n illoi, P i Mar, 15, Ben Ices %  % %  %  .\,-vv York with %  H. ... In '" Se II Of N "' I, ith N*man. of Se Vo % %  %  ""' MRS. VITA SLATER IK ,,r isog RW llth •' %  'il' Nl Were h. Id II : h trial l" Star of I •..-. a r eaine h. ago fiom la -'I'" %  ,,..,, I, i %  Harold, and •• MRS. MAMIE SFLIS 71 ,,f ; %  • %  •'! I -i M .'nine I. N '"" York. ,11. .1 Hm la) Sc vie.%  were he I n Head M ''' %  lal in Mount Mmd •,.., %  t.-r. V Sel i|.r\ll M Annette ';• ,,. Miami. Rnd four -l-i.is. Including Mln fohan, Coral Qabl MRS. MOLLIE REISS :."., of IM Collins ave., Miami B *, Dassed sway Mar. it. Barvlcea were held in Ooraon'S Miami lleach Chapel, with hmial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Reiai came her lu years aco from Philadelphia. Surviving age her hushaiiil, Saiuuel: a son, 1'aul. San Kianci.-co. Cal ; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Brelaer, Hollywood, I-'IH. and Mrs. Kmil Homegger, Tampa, anil four grandi hildi i n NATHAN PENSKY ifi. of L'.'io sw will st., paaaed awaj Mar. 10 in a local hospital, survived hy his wile, Hose, one son. I'aul. one daughter! Judith, and one sister, tlussie Remama were sent to the Bronx for services and Interment by Miami Riverside. mm#* \m\m this PASSOVER asfor85y ears DR. ISIDORE ORQEL. DOS. "l, of ^712 I'oik st., Hollywood, paaaed a* a\ at his resilience Mar. 9, Survived liv his wife. Marie, two sons. 1 >r Jerome and Dr. victor, one daughter, Mrs. Madeline Bellgsop, one sister. Mrs. Celia FVechtel, and one brother, Hlgmand Bternberg. Bervlces were in l.l sl Temple Blnal. Hollywood, under the direction of Miami Riverside. Interment was in Mt. simM Cemetery S. GORDON CURWIT I of 1343 s'Y '.L'ml ave former film and M.ia/ine fiction writer, pas s e d away Mar. 12. Services were helil In itlverside Chapel. Miami, with hurial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Qurwlt, who came here 1'ii vears aao from St. Petersburg, leaves ids wife, ituth. a son, Monte. I.oth of Miami; and a In other. BESSIE FARBER S2, of lei NK a2nd st., passed awav Mar. li at lor home. Survived hy one *on, Jofeph, two daughters. Rose Hochbarg and l-'annie Korv Services w,-re held at Miami Riverside. Interment vvas in Mt Sinai Cemeteiv ROSE ZINKIN "2. Of I'M", SW :12nd ave. passed awav* Mar. I", at her residence. Bu hv her husiiand. Bamett, two brothers Al.iali.ini and Sol Kofskv. Services were bald ..i Miami Riverside, interi ment was in Ml. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. HANNAH FREDERICK 71. of :;ii| Ocean dr. Miami Beach, died Mar, i :. she had bean a resident here fm (1 veai-and vvas a inemALBERT LEVICK :,.",. of rt37 Malaaa BVe„ Coral (tables, a retired merchant, died Mar. IS. Mr. Levies cams to 1 his area I" vears ago from PHtahunh. He wae a natmber "t the foral Uahlcs Zionist District and the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Surviving are his wife. I'aullm: a son. Lewis, of Pittsburgh; two daughters, Mrs. Dolores Harris, slid Klsa. tsith of Coral Oables, and four grandchildren. Bervicea were held In Cordon's Miami Chapel, with hmial in Star of Davhj I 'en,del V THIS PASSOVER YOU HAVE A CHOICE OF GREAT CARMEL WINES FROM ISRAEL Lecture on Spinoza s "Life of Spinoza" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham |Wolfson, author, of "Spinoza: A Life of Reason" and "Live a 100 ; Years Happily." on Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, llth st. and Ocean ct.. Miami Beach. Prof. Mark Waldman will lead the discussion. Charles H Lee will will preside. ADOM TIC %  to suaeuttsv cxrs rise MUTIRNCS [IIH FINE CAMtfL KOCR P.ISHON siircTto sacsuacMTU. rwe ISKAV CRATC WMC From the world's oldest vineyards, where the golden sun makes every year a vintage year, Carmcl brings these superb wines for every' taste and every occasion. The perfect complement to the Seder Feast. Ail the natural flavor of the grape, aged to perfection. Certified STRICTLY KOSIltR FOR PASSOVER by Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog of Israel New! Wonderful golden rich Chkfctn Soup with delicious, fluffy Motzo lolls ... A traditional Passover trtat mads tasy for you! WSHER COr-JDCNStJ >i(HKKEN SOi? Hers's lh*l tleer, Blt!tn-f icli, homsstyls soup with th s ir u e chicken flavor .. to make your family ask for it, again and again. $1.49 a fifth Tokay $2.19 IMPORTED IV CAHim WIKE CO.. 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JBIDAY. MARCH 25, 1955 LEGAL NOTICi +Jewish ncrktiaw II PAGE 15 B TTTHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 2 AND FOR DADE COUNTY. H?OBIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34927B ; L T. i % %  T VTB I I* "', UT" 10 UROUH, */* %  FAITH ,' ,'M:M:K. .. k a FAITH IJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS T iii i 'redltors nnil All I'.'i'sons 11 i. -iiismls AgaHfirt Said ,i. h of \ oil. ale In i.-liy ,i i, i|iin<- hav€ % %  *"> %  th* %  ''"' ,., FAITH E. GROEM, n/k/a ;.."l• -„ K HARNER, a k... FAITH ,lKOWlTZ deceased tat* of Dad* i to th* Honorable 5~t\K n miWLINO. County Judf* mil. and file the lame In 1 %  ofrii-i c ''""" I '"'•' %  "'" Fl la, within sight [hi from t* dat of Ihe tlon hereof. Suni claims to contain th* legal adr Hi, lalmanl ami to !>•• tworn i. ,i .,s afor*aald, or name : .-., a* lion 120 of the \, i h .•',. A i> GROSS -,. i;,,, HI, ,i of Hi'' E*l \\ in I | -l.mi, i.l of I ill K DROSS, a/kn/ I \l III K l:\RNKR. a k a KAITH UEFKOWITZ, I >, a••,! MILTON \. FRIEDMAN Aiiurn, > i"i Executor LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT I l-s rSTfHE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34909A l„ i;,. ESTATE OF \iw s i. EVIN, Pec e a a ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor* and All Person* Hat Ins, Claims or Peniands Against Sniil K*lat< t you, and each of ymi are hereby ad .,,,,1 required to present any „nd demand! which you. or i,l v.,a. mas have against the i.f MAX S LEVIN, decea e ed ,,,. ,f |>ad,' County. Florida, 10 the ,1,1.. County Judfe* of D*ie and file the aame in their of, the County Courthouse In I'ounty, Florida, within sight ii month* from the date of the fl ,i publication hereof, Said claims manda to a, main the I aval a,io| the claimant and 10 b* sworn to and |in at nted aa aforesaid, 04 lame will i„barred Bee Section 7tt.ll of %  i Probate Act i,., March ii. A 11. IWf. HERMAN T, ISIS \s Executor of the Lsat \Mll an,i Teatamenl of MAX s LEVIN, Dei %  Men, HERMAN T. ISIS : \ for Executor rongreaa Bids., Miami, Florida -4/1-1 LLEVENTH JUD .C, C A 0 L U ^RC 0 U F .T T ^ ANO F OR DADE COUNTY FLOP. DA IN CHANCERY N |7?i ELIZABETH /.AI.A. Plaintiff! 7W TO AOTf?D B K Y 2 i A 1 { E UCAT,ON Eight Bast SStb street Kill.in H It.-.slam ant Toy. ALFRED F ZALA, are ri i, ViV i','u s 'fV.' %  |,v f x "'" Aw*r to the BUI „f i oronlalnl f,„ DI, „ the l lamiifi s attorney, JOSEPH MS •NKKANTZ. No ON Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida and file th* original in ti„. office of the i lark of the above Courl on o before the loth daj of April, IMS or i omplalnt will be taken aa confessed Dated this 10th daj of March 1955 B. B. LEATHERMAN, i li-rk of t InCircuit Court a ., Bj R. II RICE, lit. iT" 1 ,!:. -,,, Doputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS _, _, NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in %  •uslneaa under the fictitious name of I l..\MINc,o Mrsic, at BB02 N W v y nU( Hater said name ith the i icik of the Circuit Court of i>aae County, Florida. ,.,„ • v\ AI.I I:IL ZARZYOKI MAX P. EN<8KL, ESQ. AH, an. y for Flamingo Music : 11-18-21 — 1/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File A-13504 Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 NiiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JOSEPH KEI.I.EHER, holder of Town i,la I'lty Taa bale I Yrtlflrate No. \ill issued the Slat da> of May, \ ii |9o!, I, filed same HI DIJ 01ind i. is made application for a be iasued thereon \> s tinfollow In;' de.1.1 PO||l I I \ III tl,,' I "',1111 t> of Dude, • • Florida, t,i-it: Lot :. Illock II. I'loi Ida City ri,-: %  i i'i.,t Book -, Page 1 1, Sectior 25, Township ">7 s<,uth. Kan.-, IS Bast, In the Town of i citj County of Had,-, %  ol Florida. The as>, Hamenl of said property uncertificate a/M In tke nai i Estate of Ruth Carle. ud eel tin, at,, shall I rdlna to law, the property I hei ,in will be sold to the Mil. i at the Courl House n I he first Monday in the month of May, :••.',. which is the 2nd day of %  Dated this nth day of March. 1*5*. I II LEATHERMAN. il.rk of Circuit Court, I Hide County, l-'lorida. Ii> N c. STERRETT, irl B .,1) l>cputv Cl.ik % %  lk-25 i l-g a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY N CHANCERY. No. 177555 SUIT FOR DIVORCE I" MATII.UA BROWNE %  I'll Archil, aid Sue. I >\ Hi.un, Ontario ''. P >"U ir, hi i, l.y notified that a Bill for Divorce has been fil.,iii you are required ipj of your Answer or e Bill of Complaint on Utorney, (1EOROE l.. kM'lHT. ||| s,., rlli Hun, linn. Mil's A., and file th, i Ai %  ,, r piaadlng In the office Of llnCli, nil Court oil "th d*> Of April, 1955. '" s„. judgment by de[i n against you for the Jjjp ''• ""I'd iii the Hill of Comle shall he publlahed OHM '.','!" %  • 'or four i~.i inn.w-e.-ks tJ.v, : ll:W 'S'll Kl.l.KIIUAN. .'>'AND ORDERED at Miami. this ISth day of March, A.D. B, ii. LEATHEBM \N. J'lei-k. Circuit Court, Dade County, norlda y JOAN COl'RNOYBR, ,.,.,„ ---.Hi Deputy cierk .':':;. %  KNIOHT %  f;"H'.l-: i I.AUK SMITH Alt,,,,,. ,, f ,„ ,, ulnl fr I l-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS V.vr, .,. N AME LAW ,!,;,,,' '' ,h HEREBY OIVEN that rned, destrlng to .-nRage In ''"'• county. Florida. WtiRIUs ZUCKERMAN aiDNBt srss NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Slirn-i, N A ME LAW ih, n '•' HEREBY OIVEN that ring to eaaarc In .,. |S1S U.....AN STOUT for Atn.llcant IN THE CIRCUIT COURV OF THE =•' ^rP 101 1 CIR CUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 177631 MAUV I'l-Ki-'i-i-.H, Plaintiff? JEM PFEl i-'i'.it. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IKS.S. PFEPFER i i i lid Bergen Jersey city, N*w Ji Vil AISIO IIKKKI1Y NOTIFIED thai a 1,111 of complaint for divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereb) required to serve a copy ,,f your answer to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, MALV1N BNOLANDER, 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the llth day of April, 195.',. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed axalnst you. DATED this 16th day of March. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that d, ih %  ii ing to i ngage In luislness under the flctitloua name of LEON'S l.l'.'t • -Its. a i 8874 H W 8th Bt., Miami, int.-mis to register wild name with the Clerk ol the Cln nit milt of Dade I'ounly. Florida. SAMUEL K I. WINK. Hole Owner WEINKLK A KEXHL.BR All,.i n. v s f,, r Applh-ant Seybold llldg. J/4-11-18-25 A.D. 19J5. (Seal) I/K-2S — 4/1-8 K it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Uy R. II. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34218A NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have agalnat the estate of LEA SAHM), K. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the lion. FRANK H DOWLINO, County Judge of Dade County, and file the .same In his offi,,in the County Courthouse in Dad,County, Florida, within eight (Jendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims ,,r demands i,, contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn I,, and presented as aforesaid, or sannwill be haried. See Section IL'n of the l8J I'n,hate Act. Dale February 2S, A D. 1955. ARTHUR HARNOf F. As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of LEA SARNiiFF. Deceased BETMOUR OEL.BER Attorney for ArthmSarnoff 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engtujc In business under the fictitious name of M Wl'WH BEAUTY SAI.i IN, at I0M s \\ _',ih .\M-. Mi.-imi. Kia. Intends to n glstei ,.,i n un,with the l lerh of the Circuit Court of Dade County, llorlda .MII.DItED E. CA8CADDEN I .-sole IW 1|,-1 | HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 1518 W l-'hiKler St.. Miami. II.i. I,1-11-18-25 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 25239 RE ESTATE <>K JULIA K KELLER, also known as JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER, Deci NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of JI'I.IA B. KELLER, also known us JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER, deceased; and that on the list day ol March, IMS, "HI apply to the Honorable w F. BLANTON, County Judge >>f Dad.county. Florida, for approval of said filial report and for final discharge aa Exeeutprol the Estate of JULIA' E KELLER, also known as JULIA ELIZABETH KELLER ih cas.-d. This tSrd day of 5*brjiary. 19n5. Kl.MKK i: KELLER I'M.LOT. SILVER Ml l.i-OY Attorneys for Executor 701 Congress BIdg., Miami. Kla. 3/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring t" engage in business under the fictitious tuune ol BEL\ IKi: QENEItAL HOSPITAL, al 1(2 N K sttn sire.-i. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Cli cult Court of Dade County. Florida. ...,-. BDOEW \TER HOSPITAU INC. Sole I IW1ICI* ROTHENHERi: .<: BURRIS Attorneys f,,r Edgewater Hospital, Inc. 4JU LI In Ro.,,1, .Miami Beach, Hi. 8/4-11-11 I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _.. NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name ol VERTICAL HLIND CO. He FLORIDA, at 1U:,-17-16'.' N.E. 62nd St, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit < ourt or Dade County. Florida. ,.,..,,,„„ MAXWELL L \VI-:iSUERG I BONARD HEIN 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY 11IVKN that the undersigned, deslrlne to engage In business under the fictitious name or NYLON EXTERMINATORS, ift lbi-l Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Intend* lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count>. K '" r ""CHARLES TAIBL LEONARD KALIBH Attorney for Applicant mm Dul'ont BIdg. 3/11-18-28 — 4/1 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Of Mid.HAN STUDIO, si 104 16th Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with t of the Circuit four, of I "^t^oOP MORTON M. BEIOEL Attorney tor Applicant .19 W. Flagler St. 3/4-11-18-25 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, Fiaintlff, vs. EDNA MAE COOPER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i. EDNA MAE IPER 131 N. 12th Street I 'h" i,i\. Ai 1/olia You ai,. hei • i'v notified thai %  Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to *rvi i opj of > our A new <-i or Pleading to the HIM or Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, 2418 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, and file Ihe original Answer or I'll ..• 1111 — in the offli a ol the Clerk of tincircuit Conn on ol before the ISth day ,.r Apt II. 1955 II ludgnii ir bj default \\ui be taken agaln*1 you for the p*llel demandi d In tinHill of i lomplalnt. This notice shall be puhllaheu once each Week fo| I"lll < ollsec I ll i \ <• Weeks iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this null day of March. A.D. E. II. .LEATHERMAN, chik, Co-, uli curt, I lade Count). Floi Ida By M. C. GREEN, icir, nil Court Seal) DeputyeCIerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney r,,r Plaintiff 2518 W. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida 8/18 IS — 4/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl I Hi, nnil, i sinned, desiring to eng s .ml, r the fictitious name -' BULLY'S BAR, al l'iii N E 54th .Miami. Ha., Intend to register name with th.Clerk of the Lln court of Dade County, Florida. M. J. BULL1VAN UERTRUDE P. SULLIVAN i.-,,I, Owners) HENRY M CAIN A I I,., n, \ for Applicants 2518 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida :• I8-2S — I 1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34530-B In Re: ESTATE t IF SAMUEL BASSON, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons IlavIm; claims or Demands Against Said Batata You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the •state of SAMUEL SASSON, deceased late ol Dad,County, Florida, to the Honorable County .ludRes of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dad,. County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal a4" dress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date March 8th, A.D. 1955. BEN BIPERfl Aa Executor of the Last Will and Testament ,,f SAMUEL BASSON, Di ceased PHILIP V SALMON Attorney for Executor Ha' I.inc.,In Road. Miami Beach, I'la. 1/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 177412 JAMES BREWER, Plaintiff \ s. MARY BREWER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO MARY BREWER | i s W ISth Street .Miami, I-lorlda You are hereby notified thai a Hill ,.f Complaint for Divorce has heen filed agalnsr you, and you are required ,,a ,-opv of your Answer or Pleading t" the.11111 of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, CEO RUE A. O'BRIEN, SOT Olympla Hiillding. Miami. Florida, and file Ihe original Vn-wer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court pn or before the i.'.th day of April, IS85. ir v on fall to do so, Itidgmcnt by derault will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the MM "f Complaint. This notice shall he published once each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks l„ THE JEWISH II ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this -'-ml day of March. AD IB LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Dade county. Florida Bj WM. W. HTOCK1NO, (Circuit Courl sDeputy Clerk QEOROE A O'BRIEN Mr,,, n, v for Plaintiff mi; olympla Building, Miami. Florid* i I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 177403 ANNEMARIE VAZQUEZ, 1'lalntlff. V*. HENRY A. VAZQUEZ, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HENRY A VAZQUEZ, c/o A!,iii" Vazquez. IMS Evergreen Avenue. llronx 72, New York. You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been flld against you, and you are required to agrve B copy Of your Answer or Pleading to tho Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney*, MYERS, HE1.MAN & KAPLAN, 6..0 Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court on or heroic the sth day of April, 1165. If >ou fail to do so. Judgment by default win be taken again*! you for th* relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Week* m THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Sth day of March, A.D. 1955. E H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk) circuit Court, I i.,Ue i 'ounty. I' lorlda Bj WM. W. STOCKING, (Circull Curt s.al i Deputs Clerk MYER8, HE1MAN *KAI'l.AN Attorney* for Plaintiff I,old Building, Miami, Florida 3/ll-l-:'i — I 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engage In inder the fli t Itioua nami E Al.1 PACKAGE STORE, Hi N W, Till Avenue, Miami, Kla.. Inter to register said name with the Cla ,,f the circull i '"in t I-I Da* 'euntj, Florid* M' iRRIS D. c 'I.l IBERI: i Bole I Iwn 1 1 HENRY M CAIN II. for Applll all' W. FUtglel SI Mian I'la. 1 I8-2S — I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY (ll\ % %  %  th,undersigned, deslrin* lo eng business under the fictitious name o,. LE PARI8IEN LE I'ARISIEN RESTAURANT FRANC AIS at 474 41st Street. Mian, I'-, a b, lends I gutter said name, with t*ll Clerk of the Circuit Court of D Countv. Florida. LE I'ARISIEN. INC. A II la Cap. THEODORE I NELSON Attorney for Applicant .1/1 R-2.- — 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 SANTA BARBARA HOTEL APARTMENTS, al 280 20th Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend* t" reglrter aald name with the Ork m th~ circuit Court „f lta£ N c !" w. R norT* t oF FLdRIDA. INC, KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Canvllle Realty I of ihoi Ida. Inc. I1-18-2S -f *-l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 177159 MARGARET FR \M'is PlalnUff, •VLBIAN Q FRANCIS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FABIAN 0 FRANCIS 31f, W, 11Street N. w York City, New York You, FABIAN r I leadin,.to 'he Hill "f Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. AR1IIIR S DAVIS 748 Seybold Huilding. Miami. Hade County. Florida, and flic the oiiKlnal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk "f the Circuit court on or before the 4th day or April. iv.-, if you fail to do so. Judgment b, default "in be taken %  '•' %  ""-' ,)" : ; for the relief demand, ,1 in the Mil Of This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami, this 2nd day of March, A.D. %  R, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida WM W STUCK INC, %  Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk WITHER S. DAVIS f.„ li.untirr IM.III Blilg.. Miami. Ha. 3,4-ll-18-2i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlii fha undersigned, dealring to engage In business under the fictitious name .' CRBH-WAY ci.KANERS A l.AI'.DERETTE. at 273J B.W. 27th Ai Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the circull Court of Dade County. Florida HERMAN WEOER KESSI.ER & CARS Attorneys for Applicant IT 1 -'.' W. Flagler St. — t/l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE >s HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, dealring to engage M bnalnea* und.-r the fictitious nami MIAMI TROPICAL H.iiRA. al s.w 28th Lane, Miami. Fhi Intendja to register sad na arlth the cletk •f the circuit Court of Dade County; Florida. RI iBERT 0 M V;KE ,.I HENRY M, CAIN Attorne) for Apnlli ant 2(11 \N Flagler Bt., Miami, Fla, 3 1-11-18-2.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI'. Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engage In ..under the flctitloua name ,.t FREDELLE FOOTWEAR, al 285 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Fla intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade c',,unt>, Florida. %  .... EVELYN NCSSHAI'M MILTON NUShTBAL'M FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO Attorney* for Applicants :,n., Beybold Building 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I1ERNIE SAFFERS RESTAURANT, at number 1810 N.E. 2nd Ave. in the city of Miami, Florida, intends to register tinsaid name willl the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. JACK eV .DLL CATERERS. INC., a Florida Corporation. Sole owner 2/4-11-18-25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 176328 MARGARET I BTEGER, PlalnUff, MICHAEL I. BTEGER, Defendant. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MICHAEL .1 si'i.ur.i:. Defendant •P". E. Dei.\.in Avenue Buffalo. New Yoik TOD WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Hill "f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copj of your Answi r oi Pli -iding to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintirr s attorney. I. It. MAYERS, 1102-04 r.,gress Building, -Miami. Florida rile the original Answer or IIIn the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th day „f \prii re--, if you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken. agalnst vou for the relief demanded in the Hill "t Coiniilaint. This notice aball be published oneeach week for lour ,-> %  weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. ""* -"" "''E B. LF^TIIERMAN: • lerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN. (BEAD Deputy lerk I. It. MATERS Attorney for Plaintiff %  Congress BIdg Miami. Florida J/4-I1-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engagi n business under the fictitious name ,,r ci lUNTY i'A B, at !•:.• N.E 15th St., intends to register said name with it i 'lei k of the i lit '"url ol County, Florida RICHARD KENNEDY 3 '4-11-18-25^ IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 18384 RE: ESTATE OF SOPHIE RABINI iWITZ ileo aa SOPHIE MEYERSON and SOPHIE MEYRISON, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE I* hereb] given that i have I i..,i m\ final repoi t and petition for lic.,i Dlschai r, aa exei uto ,f the estate of SOPHIE RABINOWITZ known as SOPHIE MEYERSON and si il'llli: M \:\ RISI IN, ,1,-c,.,-. i ili.it on the 18th day of April, 1(33 I will apply i the Ho W. IBLANTON, Counts Judge ol Countv, Florida, for approval of said filial report and for final disi harge as executor of the estate ol SOPHIE IIABINOWITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYERSON and BOPH1E ME\RISON, deceased This Itth daj of Mar, h. 18 i5. GEORGE CHERTKI >F as executor for above :: iv-i'5 — 4/1-S ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Je*isti meridian solicits your legal notices. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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FAGE 14 A +jmi&nu*m** FRIDAY MARCH 25, The Year 18 and Jewish Reformer Gustarus Poznanski By HARRY SIMONHOFF %  I R. -• -. tt tO The more adveat ur IHL however. he*ia to ang&e be Polish commaaiTOUIKJ1 by haw from withami SuHifced v-.thia by m. -. ruffed utdrrktaaL*. Oda: i left Poland in ISM aad Many twnamiH all eom to baaM a BMK ( Prayer *v: -*e The cantor j*tw*d tbc T* rehcildic* He $M urto second da> unnect w and reaped a fortune a %  &f ol Ifcc organ Tar nexi 1M3 Pomanki in h mon declared obserrance of the The Tbe reform: Claawidbm Among those death, conformed aurwarmV oat being inwardly reco aagogae majors: > TV tees had to p.-ution that reachmenl n and calculated to ,ord and anrThe chaxan countered that hi> %  since no part of hi< :urther sermons A reaction appearha*e set in and the folly of withdrawal by the Orthodu no* U presented a r> I" the f* <* n ; an organ m the magnific< -.ed Hamburg I :he rerreased turner forms in the new Temple spear took deeper r xt about heading a revolt against the npdmaking a pnbl an opportune mo( ansorbed the — <* **** •" re* r— atam The nabs a more ir *d oppor• %  %  %  -:: 1 %  %  : !phia boac i the %  end mx oc.y nadicated the r atxc aouM ne\r %  and resentmentPomanski resigned N needing the salary he continued %  .. _a \oiunteer. p from The opponent s of furThe ther change> invited the di : to rejoin Beth l %  g mOttolengui refused to call a tneet: of applying to the Co. f mandamuv the .d a meeting and in the 23 a; But when the i hanged the lock of lac lo keep his opponents %  •ut a • arrant E t became .. peaceful >ettlement 1955 Jewish Music Festival Citation was awarded to Canb Samuel Kelemer at the last meeting of the executive canmiL tee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. MrtUi ton Sirkin. Center president (left), here presents the awardh Cantor Kelemer. who served as program coordinator f H j recent community-wide festival sponsored by the Center be er t wrnJ Zionism with the i Ac e each faction represented by emiite dc -el The organ -=rion and reforms contrary soanng aratam nhag Sephardim were aired -" our Jan matterB -----%  %  S salerr and our Paie>tine The 'mehow ly or unu elated discord between the a form and the defer,quo The organ became the lmtact Both factionaid not hold .•getfar.ree year> before the Supreme Court of South Carolina •pped the religious and decided that only the president had the legal right to call the meet\oted in the seceders -ki continued to serve Beth Elohim without com: n With the years he grew in wealth, in experience, in preAnshe Ernes to Get Charter; Congregation Needs Scroll Congregation Anshe Ernes, of 2389 Coral Way will soon receive itcharter, according to an announcement this week by Jo-eph Abramson. president. Abramson said that the conservative congregation meets for group services Friday evening and Saturday morning Other officerinclude Gothelf. vice pre-ident; Jo*^ cus. secretary; and Max Roth treasurer. Phaeton are Sail man, Meyer Shapiro and Sack> Congregation leaders also nounced that they are in mi\ a Scroll of Law er A de\:ce was tried b> wa; 1 compromise each group to use the tige Marriage into a respected old -ag.gue on alternating Saturfamily secured his social landing But the conservatives withHe now offered to retire: but the drew, resigned their rightto the congregation would accept no -enerated for rebuilding, the cemetery the perpetresignation He insisted however decade earlier by 1-aae ua lund Iii formed the Sheanth the orthodox %  -. mam Dltseners Invited The fight for the f-rgar. predicted, u^. opening skirmish for more holism became cieathe reformer-ied the c *.v require a three-fourths vote to proved t• ::imm Beech Mcyc: Korc'.d Sr.=r-_-o sicr.s the proclamation ::r Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Day. which was held .rs: week. B. L Binder. Academy president, looks on. Mrs. .r-'.r.g PkW. chairman of the Academy's annual year bock ::--..-eo. ami Ma S.cr.ey MMmsmita pnaidnM c: iHMmm Annirt—j Women, also wimess the signing. Over 250 volunttmn paiticipated in Academy Dcy that a new minister would serve the best interests of the commuIsaac M. Wise Ir. Albany, a recent immigrant. aac Meyer win heard of the opening and sent his application Invited to vi-u Charleston, he came by boat and was received by heading a committee A mutual antipathy h the chazan >tiff formalm and studied '• In the carnage from (fered to enlighten him as to the t comThe pa ,,>r:: the future founder dai-m'ex: •nan bentthan -u and ever >peak" Camp Osceola CCR BOVS AND G B.s '*•< %  S ... Llke ->• S:•. | %  ;. : "•"*< if • *th, Lmkt Sw,mm,m 1 ^MI *Hi4ff Pftftic*aa MM Mars* HEMEtT MM iim SHVtl 'Sun, and, Juit' SUMMER CAMP JULY AND AUGUST > DAY CAMPERS • SLEEP IN CAMPERS • BOYS AND G1B1S HM>< %  •qlilratie* I JI S-3271 JE I-1IS2 OXFORD ON THE tAT 12M West AM. 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rrfflP AV, M_ARCH 25, 1965 JmlshhcrkU rtti [ Two Named Dinner Chairmen Honoring Brandeis University TWO prominent residents of Mihave been named co-ehairmen Ta Greater Miami dinner on beh.ir nf Brandeis University Thurs5 evening. Mar. 31, at the De%  lino hotel, it was announced this leek The> arc Dr. Stanley Freh|ling and J** Leonard. Dr Frehlinjj. a surgeon, is a Felliow both of the American College |of Surgeonand of the InternaItional College of Surgeons. A member of the staff of Mount Sinai iHo'pital in Miami Beach and of Ijackxn Memorial Hospital in Mi[ami. ; r Inhling is also a memIber'ot ihc teaching staff of the [University of Miami school of mediIcine. Lernard ithe first recipient of Ithe "Great Guy Award" of the |y an ety Club of Greater Miami. %  The .ward was tendered to him |bec*u>e "in so many ways, he has Idone so much for so many people Leonards eftorts in behalf of |hifellowmen have taken such diverse directions as providing vacations for needy children, raising funds for Variety Cheldren's Hospital and providing fishing Irips and long distance phone calls lor service men returning from Overseas duty. Hor.ored at the Dinner will be PAGE 7 B To Honor Mrs. Grossinger Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El will hold its spring tea on Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 30, in the Monte Carlo hotel, announced Mrs. Irving Cypen, president. Program will feature the presentation of the 1955 "Ayshes Chayil" awards by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. and a report of the nominating committee. Highlight of the program will be a surprise feature honoring Sisterdood's life member Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. PLAN BRANDEIS DINNER-Co-chairmen Jack Leonard (left) and Dr. Stanley Frehling (right) meet with key leaders at the Algiers hotel to plan the Greater Miami annual dinner in behalf of Brandeis University. They are shown with Rabbi Irving Lehrman (second from left) and Benny Friedman, director of athletic activities at Brandeis. The dinner is set for tha Delano hotel on Thursday, Mar. 31. PASSOVER SEDERS \durlrtl by Cantor Joseph Malck Reservations.Mr. Fisher, JE 8-7811 ON THE OCEAN AT 11th ST. I-,:' %  ; I'nai B'rith Women Slate hint Affair Mar. 29 Tuesday noon, Mar. 29. Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Worn£q, ai.d Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a joint honor luncheon at the Algiers hotel. Thi; is the eighth donor lunchIon for the Beach Chapter and the |ixth for the Tropical Chapter. Mrs, Helen Sanders and Mrs. Ray K'ilson are respective presidents. honor chairmen are Mrs. Eleanore frown and Mrs. Mildred Langel. Awards chairman is past president of Miami Beach Chapter Mrs. pen Lebow. Dr. Abram Sachar, Brandeis president. Additional persons announced thisweek, who have accepted places on the dinner committee are Rabbi Max Shapiro, Jacob Sher, Fred K. Shochet, Harry Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein, Harold Thurman, Mrs. Harold Thurman, Harold Turk, Mrs. Harold Turk, Dr. Joseph Weidberg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and A. L. Mailman, of Hollywood and Miami Beach. Brandeis University, the nation's only nonsectarian university under Jewish auspices, is now well in its seventh year of existence. The University now has a student body of just over 1,000. Its enrollment comes from 44 states and 11 foreign countries. With a faculty of noted educators that includes Ludwig Lewisohn in literature. Max Lerner in social science, Leonard Bernstein in music, the University has been able to maintain an outstandingly high program of academic progress. State Department Official To Address Miami Women E. Snowden Chambers, of the U. S. State Department, will be featured speaker at the seventh musical preview of the Symphony Club of the University of Miami on Friday at the Miami Women's Club. Chambers will address club members and guests on the "Value of the Voice of America." He will be followed by Eugene Dubois, speaking on and demonstrating with transcriptions, Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto. Edward Clarke will moderate. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone for Reservations — S-66S1 • 5-4907 1* Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet ^-v^-\^-o^-^>-v—\^~*/-^~v^ Ace Ge'ter presents the World Famous R.v. Samuel Vigoda. Cantor ant! His Cho r for Passover Services and Sedurim. Dietary Laws strictly observed under the strictest Orthodox Rabbinical supervision. Only the best foods will be served. 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A 10th ST., MIAMI BEACH fine Accommodations for Passover Holidays at Very Attractive Rates TRADITIONAL SERVICES NE10 BY WILL KNOWN CANTOR FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8-2341 Under Management of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berg Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER OUR H0TU IS WILL KNOWN fOR ITS KASHRUTH WE USE ONLY -\V2 CK?; MEAT which is under the supervision of the Bosfoner Rabbi from Brooklyn for Reservations and prices call JE 8-0266 or JE 1-9217 Our kitchen is under personal supervision at Mrs. B. Gewirti



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-t 1 GIVE SUNDAY WORK SUNDAY ^J&mshSaa&jn MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1955 SECTION B DR. JUDAH MAGNES PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR Local Leaders to Knock on Doors Sunday In Area-Wide CJA Drive for All-Out Push ?***** Miami's top civic leaders w.II personally accept assignments in the door-to-door Combined Jewish Appeal "C-Day drive on Sunday, March. 27. „,i. W f e a workcrs '"gether in this important life-saving campaign and everyone is expected to work on this day." said chairman bam J. Human. Heiman has long been interested In the problems of Wd and has followed close), the expansion and growth of the Jewish Home for the AgeB, Federation participating agency. He ha-; accepted some 20 pledge Officials Greet Community Day The following statements were issued by Combined Jewish Appeal leaders on the eve of "C-Day"—the all-out community effort to life-saving funds for men. women and children around the world: By STANLEY C. MYERS, President. Greater Miami Jev/ish Federation |iami teen-agers do their share in preparing for the Combined wish Appeal "C-Day" on Sunday. Mar. 27. Shown receiving acards for distribution from Miami chairman Harry Gordon |e (kneeling) Pam Silverman and Bobby Kammerman. Standare Ann Elovitz and Doris Plotkin. m MTING DUE AT ALGIERS \k Chairmen Urge Division Workers Attend Volunteers' Function Susday cards and will personally canvass prospects in his own neighborhood, according to Miami chairman HarIN Qordon. Carl Weinkle, tonner campaign chairman and president Of Federation, will also make calls in h neighborhood joining Stanley C. Myers. Federation president. Herbert Scber, Leon Kaplan and Aaron M. Kanner. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, chairman ol the Women's Division, has issued a call I i all women volunteet to Join her in the do ir-todoor effort. She has accepted her assignment from "C Day" chairman Burnett Roth on Miami Beach, I his is a day to achieve our phi! and declaredanthropie maturity—a day when -n j. s the duty of everyone to we are called upon to stand up and exert an extra effort on tins day, be counted. And I am sure the! no matter how much work has Jewish community in Miami and gone before." Miami Beach will come forward .,„„ c;m „ ,,,„„ K „_, %  .„„„,. .,„., „ i Mrs. Simonhoff has spoken on and work and give in proper prooccasjons of nor &0* |n r terest in the character building programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and of the rapidly expanding education projects directed in the religious schools through the Bureau of Jewish Education. Federation agencies here. Harold Turk, former mayor of Cherlkol W tinkle Friedman Mrs. Simonhofl lairmcn of c.IA divisions have pi their workers to report to leers' party and pv on Sund \ evening. Mar. 27, %  i hotel. ihe Trades Di pi Leo (haiken, John Serbin, Ackerman and Artie Kravitz I be en hand to roceivc complete |ge cards and checks in a final to narrow the distance bepn then current achievement Itheir huge NTOO.OOO goal. Bearding to chairman Sam J. nan. the Trades Division has I than $169,000 to go to achieve huota and, from latest reports, IRetail Merchants Units and the Join Road merchants group may >ponsible for pushing the dipn over the top. jraut/s group has raised $52,lind-expects theAemaining 264 IPecIs who gave^last year to p their contributions. Carner, whose Winter Resiworkers recently surprised I with a birthday party at the prs hotel, has expressed confee that his workers wilr fve the S260.000 mark set for tamer has issued a call to all outstanding winter resident pledges asking that they report to the Algiers Hotel on Sunday. In the Women's Division a mass cleanup campaign is now in prog ress following the successful chai luncheon. Announcement was made by chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff that her division is nearing the $120,000 mark. She has requested her co-chairmen and group leaders to report their pledge collections at the Sunday dance. The HoteJ and Motel Division) headed by Morris Lansburgh, shows every indication of reaching its quota of $150,000 within the next few weeks. Daniel M. Broad, chairman of Apartment House Division, has been meeting every Thursday afternoon with his committee and is optimistic on returns. His group accepted a quota which is 30 percent higher than that of last year. Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of the "C-Day" dance, has announced that valuable prizes will be given to many workers who attend the affair. Entertainment, music and dancing will be featured, and a record turnout of nearly 1,000 people are expected to attend. FUNDS NEEDED FOR THESE GOALS Th *se arc tha COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL quotas by P'V's.ons. THESE ARE THE VITAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE I'M CAMPAIGN: ptvisj on: POTKI.s MOTELS S, NES AND PROFESSIONAL pARTMENT* p*TER I;KS:I) KNTS rOMEN N* I Wl'AKJNs Av and Turk health, welfare, and Social agen-1 w ;,s r ** nt, J' '">""' ( >>' B'nai cies—will come through on "C?*• %  "< %  fraternal order which Bay." he helped to found and develop in the South Florida area. Judge Milton A. Friedman and Judge Charles Gertler will lay aside their robes of judicial office and trudge the pavements along with many hundreds of their friends on "C-Day." Judge Friedman has been for many years interested in civic aefense programs supported by the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee and in B'nai B'rith. David Levinson of the Algiers hotel, who has played a major role in the CJA Hotel Division, asked to be assigned to the door-to-door unit operating in his neighborhood and accepted a score of pledge cards from Roth. Also working in the ranks on "C-Day" will be the following leaders of the 1955 Campaign Cabinet: Leo Ackerman. Daniel M. Broad, George Chertkof. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Louis Heiman. Aaron Kravitz. Abe Kurman. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, David Phillips, Joseph Rose. Arnold Seeder and Fred K. j Shochet. Other Federation agencies in Miami are Jewish Social Service Bu-' reau. National Council of Jewish, Women and Mount Sinai Hospital. By SAM J. HEIMAN Chairman, CJA Campaign I call upon every Jewish man and woman to open their heart on "C-1 Day." If you cannot give two hours | to this humanitarian cause on Sunday—please stay at home, welcome your "C-Day" volunteer gratefully and graciously and give generously when she asks for your pledge. This is a mercy campaign, and we hold life in our hands on Sun., Mar. 27. ? Give once, but make it a big gift, as big as the needs—as big as your heart! By HARRY GORDON Chairman "C-Day" in Miami Halfway around the world 30,000 Jews look to us and to what wc will do on "C-Day." They live in the North African ghettos and want to go to Israel where they can lead new lives of decency, hope and dignity. Throughout our country, schools, hospital and important character building agencies also look anviously to Miami on "C Day." The key on "C Day" is an inspired volunteer. The success of our Campaign is in the hands of our I volunteer worker who is willing to contact all his assigned prospects. We must dedicate ourselves to the i Kaplan *Sf CJA Program on TV "CJA Serves You" will be the subject of a live television •p r(>s< n tation on station WTVJ Friday evejob and finish it so that 55 institui"•"• 6 Pm tions can go forward and serve US in the coming year. By BURNETT ROTH Chairman, Miami Bach "C-Day" The program will be devoted to "C-Day" and will feature Stanley C. j Myers, president of the Greater Mij ami Jewish Federation, and Councilman Burnett Roth, chairman of %  "C-Day" on Miami Beach. Steic; Philiiai j Residents of Miami Beach-I call 'upon you to make one gift on "Cj ceive the everlasting thanks of 472.i Day" and to help us in this annual 500 men, women, and children who campaign Ml. Sinai Hospital, the need our help. Greater Miami Jewish Community j Let's give Israel its place in the Center, the Jewish Home for the s un. Let's fight neglect and delay md many other local Instittl* i let's mobilize our wondrous com-1 tions depend on us. munal strength in one inspired acUr must not let them down tion in behalf of Jewry. With Come out and work with me on' steady hand and generous heart Sunday. Mar. 27, and you will re we can and will achieve our goal.



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PAGE 12 B +JeMHcridUar FRIDAY. M ARCH 2 $ r.i B-rith to Participote : THE T€R€ENTENARY STORY In Ground Observer Corps WASHINGTON. DC. — Thou sands of B'nai B'rith men and worn-' en across the country will be re-; cruited to serve as airplane spot1 ters and in other capacities for the Ground Observer Corps, it wa*> announced' here by Colonel Elliott A. Nil as. Boston industrialist and chairman of the B'nai B'rilh national service committee for the Armed Forces and Veterans. A 12-point program for mobilizing the B'nai B'rith men and women has been developed in conjunction with the U.S. Air Force and will be directed by Col. Niles. The Air Force is currently seeking to increase the total civilian membership in the Ground Observer Corps to one million. Hailed by Pentagon officials as a "vigorous and healthy approach" to the problem of procuring manpower, the 12-point program" will go into effect through local SCAFV chairmen in men's lodges and women's chapters. :oyri(hv 1654. by American Jewish PieM Z4. Reform Judism—U.S. Si Te.t hv DANIR. 4-LAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE *d e | -4NO ser UP rw *rro** M/HMA* AMC*/CA CAM AMt /e du K/TVAl) AMP *V I87S FOVHOmO TUB MMSAfdriV CIM/OA/ r%,* Hwems rue Oierer KAB—#CAI FCHOOJ. ,H ^ e $£S*S srAret-rnr iw^vo* rum coummr OHHSOM* cv r*m lAR**er AMP rinmmr coti-mcr/oxe Cf JUOA/CA fN rut IVOAH.D / yk Hygrade Food Company Is Streit's Distributor AI Berman. of Hygrade Food Company, this week announced Rabbi Hurwitz to Speak Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Za! mora Jewish Center, will be guest speaker on the Rabbinical Hour over radio station WGBS Sunday morning, Mar. 27, at 9:15 a.m. His topic will be "Living with i Sum of Value." North Dade Plans Dance North Dade Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a dance at the Biltmore Terrace hotel on Apr. 2. In charge of information is Shirley Gross. Charter Members to Meet Charter members' meeting of North Dade Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held Sunday morning. Mar. 27. at Grandma's Kitchen, Sunny Isles. that his firm is local distributor for Streit's Matzos. Berman said that Streit's Kosher for Passover Matzos are "triple packed to keep them oven fresh." One carton of matzos can be used at a time, permitting the remaining cartons to stay as crisp as the day they were baked. O'her famous Sireit's products include egg matzos. matzo meal, geiilte fish, bor.stht and macaroons—all Ko.sher for Passover. Runted/! MANISCHEWITZ borscht A" \£* PRODUCTS CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitumin "D" Milk •PHONE 55537 1733 N.W. 7th Avenuo Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. Phono 9-8456 PERSOIAUZED SERVICE "ART" -^ "MAURI" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6632 S40 S.W. 8th Street FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIfUL JEWISH fUMRAl HOMt 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414 2987 W. riAClER STREET, MIAMI MITCHEll JAC0BY, Mor. NORTON and U.S. ROYAL TIRES THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THEM! TUBELESS TIRE SALE! All Major Brand Original Equipment Tires LIST PRICE No Exchange EXCHANGE 670 x 15 28.55 ,20 95 760 x 15 34.35 22 95 710 x 15' 31.35 25.35 800 x 15 38.20 28 15 WHITEWALL TUBELESS SLIGHTLY HIGHER i 18.95 20.95 23.35 26.15 PLUS TAX EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS! z 10* GETS YOU ROLLING! \_ All credit handled by 'I __Norton Tire Co. You J '. ore not "farmed out" ~ '"nonce company. REMEMBER YOU GET THI FULL | U.S. RUBBER CO. GUARANTEE WHIM YOU BUY FROM NORTON TIRE THOUSANDS Of ROYALS SIZE 590 640 670 710 760 800 600 650 650 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 15 16 BLACKWALLS • No. ExcS. 14.95 15.95 16.95 18.95 20.75 22.65 1595 17.95 19.95 Cxchonge 12.95 13.95 14.95 16.95 18.75 20.65. 13.95 15.95 17.95 WHITEWALLS No. Exch. Over 30 Ycors of Reputable Dealing ossurei YOU of BETTER VALUE BETTER SERVICE BETTER CREDIT TERMS NORTON TIRE SOUTH MIAMI 5930 S. Dixie Highway U.S. ROYAL TIRE HEADQUARTERS!



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PAGE 10 B KMfttM nnrHttr FRIDAY. MARCH 25 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY iSffigang 'a.m.. when Joel son "I Mr. and Mrs. .lack Kutnick. and Mar-hall. •son of Mr. and MrJack Levin, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha iat 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos I Seudos Daily services arc at 730 1 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening >ervl\ 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Twenty -.even personwill be awarded certificates of honor for their completion Dl (wrm during the Center'recent Adult Institute. Guest speaker will be Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of .li m i-h Education, who ischeduled to discuss: "Jews With and Without Judaism Also to be honored are outstanding Patrol Boys. Chairman iMilton Klein. Receiving awardwill be Carles Stuzin. Sandy Klein. Ifelvio Ai-cn-lat. Howard Rosenberg. Denis Silver. Alan Shasan Richard Litt, Ira Weiss, Stephan Jaffe. Garry A. Lacinc. Philip Issenberi;. Kenneth Apostolico. Alvin Blake and Paul Cohen. Saturday Ding services are at 9:45 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman preaching on the topic: "The Legacy of Maimonides." Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion Fred, son of Mr. and MrJack A Gallant, and Donald, son ol Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Giulianti. will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 in ,'.he morning and 6:30 in the evening. • • • tSRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 and 8:15 p m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will discuss: "Anti-Semitism." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr and MrLouis Weintraub. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. with Rabbi Malavsky preaching on the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. *• • ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m., with Joseph Abramson officiating. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Sha lot Seudos. Daily services are at 7 30 a.m. .-. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening es at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.. with Abraham Levitan preaching on the topic: "Hospitality." Satur<1 morning serviceare at 9 a m, 1 in Talmud will precede the sir ice at 8 Theme ol the sermon iheduled as: "Slavery in Mosaic Talmudic Law." Class in Bible will be held at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is al 6, followed by Maariv at 7. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m.. with Rev Leo Heim officiating Saturday morning services are at 8:30. when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. Junior services are at 1030. Mincha will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rev. and Mrs. Leo Ullrich will be hosts. Rev Heim will discuss: "Leviticus — Reminder of Purity and Love." Maariv will conclude the Sabbath i rvance. • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION wnl hold Friday evening services at 7:30 p.m. Herbert Buchwald will officiate, assisted by the choir. Subject of the serrnan isf preparation for Passover." 0 • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION wiH hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn i rvices are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on the topic: "Religion Without God." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate Class in Bible is at 5 p.m Mincha will be at 5:45. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evennu ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolica'preaching on the topic: "Value of RitualChoir under the direction of Lucille Moore will BSsial Cantor Maurice Neu. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Van Dam. will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior sen icrA^N^'V^'W'\eAr'U^V#'>^'U^>^^^^^^rf^^^^^ > av^Arf PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LARGE STOCK ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE 0EUVERY SMVIN6 THE JEWISH COMMUNITY SINCE 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS I S.W. 8th STREET PHONES HI 6-5921 HI 6-5922 W vnttttam 7tmpiriMfc.pp r rh rt Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH •haae 5-3595 Gordon Funeral Home Hmrry 6w4m Serving the Jewish Community of Greater Miami with Honor and Distinction tor Over a Quarter of a Century GORDON FUNERAL HOME IN MIAMI 710 S.W. 12th Ave. •hone 3-3431 MIAMI BEACH 1333 Dade Blvd. Phene jl 1-7677 IKE GORDON, licensed fumval Dirtcfr



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FAGE MB %  i mWcf> fhrktiar FRIDAY. MARCH 9c ^. Puchkoff Awards Scheduled Here dan h Ivrilh of GfMtH M %  rill hoM -t Pvckinfl n-omon.il menting Sunday, M %  Kno%  Israel Coacngtti< tkoit, who tiwd in jrews r ardent Zi i Etna N >1o\oK>pniont. he sored tw nj f l cultural meet ,.t his home, which ho named •io I'niversitj %  • htaajaj Sjn concert Will : -eater Mi Featuring • Mar .' Beach \ ; the I' S national anthemsPur • %  •ere hams, vee fares rmn he. -• rv; "•"-.-• • Israel Denies Report Russia Asked Ransom for Jews JERUSALEM (WNS>—A report from Rome published this week in \ %  York, to the effect that the ,.\iet Union had/offered to let some of its Jews immigrate to Israel on payment of a ransom of $2,000 to S3.000 per person, has been termed "unfounded" and "fantastic" by an Israel Foreign Office spokesman. (In 1953 Jewish organization* in the United States paid $1,000 ransom for each of 197 Irn released by Hungary.) Rabbi to lecture of Aistmhh In Daytona Beach Mar. 30 Rabbi David L Zielonka. of Th, Temple in Tampa, Ha.. will r epre | sent the Jewish Chautauqu, So ciety as lecturer at Bethune-Cook' j man College, Daytona Beach, a( an assembly on March 30 Nat 10nal Federation of Temple Brother hoods sponsors the Jewish (hj u ; tauqua Society, which tendi rabbis I to colleges as part of an educa ; tional program to disseminate a u thentic information concerning j, daism WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Monday thru Friday (Mar. 25-28) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY .-SS Toiay Zioo Frn s fhg 3 Sn-.Uia Ed ******* A"* *** %  Strike it Rich •C i am Rasas %  nn i it Rich S^ace Patrvl Lamp L'nto Ft. I Gary Moor* Look Up". Liva Arthur <;*Atrtj W-. llii L..'e To be Ann ced | Tali Is Barker I -1 r T"ia"roar Cartoea-o-TirJe Lftiaaj f"a:th Mer.. Marie t %  i AFTERNOON tor the eosx %  I %  Z M I"v Oot Nm a T iaiaiai n rrsTeler B Tup .;. LHakjr I Cade Bob :• Srunca Wata Jmtj •3 naaor l"ara*a Roy Roceri MV I Noun E4i! .,n Love -A Ut I SoArch Tmor'i I QMinr L. t at T.. t* An -a I Br-ek W. Judy Welo ~.< TriT. I'M Reriew UM \ nc .' rt o nd n n Lv e t o tii e he I V systpswev has j:e at a %  Vr risn jrsvaaee m\ the Ccavcno c E r_. ^ x •, : Qrenai ft \ Mconhrianahm a he piajed art >pa • — -f Ti 1MB r/f>D,$H CLA55ICA1 H0U9 % %  %  '. Of CANTORS STATION WWft 145* oa 1mm •ml ta Z M £4S JbMk Cob* I ockK-k Hish Tojbo Ana era \ J -9 1 JO J.-A5 TaaauiLa fty .... LUa W. f"tkrr DtaBcrbuat tkaOar a 9*eoad| I Bbx Payof! JC -s Ry Boater • AJac G.tnoo. Y-a Ara Taara ; OB T Areont 5 5 i Jt s.-as .;> a M. key Iraiwi HI naopw' M G14o v~at. 'ilaial ; a %  E V E N I N 6 at -s f 30 f AS D€f YIDCMSHER FORUM b*HTs rtren urtnetAt i a^. u nm t Kate* : %  • natsmi 5aUa CantUSaTahml 114TS (aciat AeraaM Maaai •• • %  : M Ww* :-: %  Jac of A LM • fiat—Rrz: v lTiiw wi aaf Jark of Sbarta Nrari r^m^mi • -..• baa .-a %  ~JtM% i*l. Forui On Thf Air~ Fnr. S ia. r 1S-3, ta n-Jt kf : •. r %  • I X n I X I AS M-i Oasc Bnaaock EaMkt Caatar ^1 '' aa nn a Toast of Tawa Toor > Jack et Satm R€nn Baauck AttarM BMaati %  \ rot i am • a •; f %  : • r ll. a*. 2 X gaatiT Xea- %  .:r. > IS khvlfcSfere **. %  : l*i *' %  Ktf + uni tOR rw\4>\ t:m EEB diob BEEF.' Formost Kosher Sausage Co v : ~ ; •-'.-"__ mu. 5. ^4yii-2-i-ms



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v PAGE 6 B tfniKtfkridiar FRIDAY, MARCH 9< ISRAEL'S PRESTIGE IN US. SEEN ENDANGERED Top Zionists Here Prepare for Visit of Ambassador Eban — %  — %  i n taw zzsz S^K^M wsra eras a of Rabbi Leon the story behind has been the topic of a 311 'TopVaders in the Greater Miami we. fended hi Dr. Morris GoodJfe, Herbert L.n.ck. Sam Fried land. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mortimer May. president of ZOA. Monru Stem. OuTraujmr. KronJsh were mobilizing American Jewish public opinion to present Israels side the Gaza incident. An expose of the true conditionI _.^am Roan^. I behind the recent clash of Israel and Egyptian troops in the Gaza strip of the Middle East will be made public for the first time when Abba Eban. Israel'! Ambassador to the I" S arrives in Miami next week Ambassador Eban. Mr May said. will reveal hitherto unknown facts about the present critical situation when he delivers the chief addrt-at the first annual dinner of the South East Region of the Zionist Organization of America, which will be held Apr 2 at the FonUinebleau hotel The dinner is hon": Rabbi Irving I • hrman. of Temple Emanu-El. '"for distini ice in and charitable fieldPrincipal subject of disc t hi week, accor Mr My. %  r.cern which man> A rver the unfavorable attitude that the State D< taking I yard "The Jewof America ar. sidei boul the l S attitude toward the Egyptian-Israeli bo: nly from the point of view as Jew.-, but aAmericans, sai I Mr Maj 'Fair play habeen a national characteristic of '.he American people, and we think that our State Department hanot been playing fair when it criticized Israel in the Gaza incident.'" Spokesmen for the Zionist officials >a> that Secretary Dulles' reaction to the latest incident in the Middle East is a complete reversal of the State Depart ment policy under Truman. Dr. MornGoodman. Greater Miami chairman of the dinner and one of the principal conferees on American policy, stated that the testimonial dinner to Rabbi Lehrman "will be one of the most sue %  -ful Zionist dinners ever held in the South The EHRENRIKH'S, formerly of FIRNOAH, H.Y., are operofin, ,<,, ALDEN HOTEL ms mm am-wi criy o $ H f f ta „ ,* 77 Salt Water Swimming Peel Synoaofue on Premises rVe ore open for the Passover Holidays T Well Known Cantor Silverman, from Detr.it, will officiate EHRENREKH STURMAN, Owners PASSOVER SEDER lo be conducted by RABBI MARIUS RANSON and CANTOR SHERWIN LEVINE HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6th 6:30 P.M. $7.50 ADULT (S4.50 CHILD UP TO 13) (Includes Tip. Tax and Wine) In'ormation: Mr*. Sidney Rosenbaum Hollywood-Telephone 2-1528 Make check payable to "SISTERHOOD" and mail Temple Emanw-EI, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. lauderd PUBLIC INVITED Ranson to: ale, Flo. For those that are particular about Kasbrus there is only ONE ROYAL HUNGARIAN STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT ENJOY YOUR PASSOVtK HOLIDAYS WITH US Royal Hungarian Restaurant 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE 1^2 TELEPHONE JE 8-5401 r^W-A-^W^^A^Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro presents keys of the city to Dr. Morton J. Robbins, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, followinq a conference reqaxdinq the welcoming of Abba Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the U.S., when he arrives here next week for the Rabbi Irvinq Lehiman testimonial dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel on Apr. 2. Temple Israel Seder Temple Israel will sponsor a Passover congregational Seder on Wednesday evening. Apr. 6. The Seder, which will be open to members and non-members of the Temple, will be conducted by Rabbis Joseph R. Narot and Jacob H. Kaplan and Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Mr. Adolph Wertheimer i> in charge of arrangements. MATZOS, MATZO PRODUCTS, COFFEE, NUTS in fact The finest Kosher Passover Wines, Imported and Domestic YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the Beth David Women Plan Fashion Show Beth David Sisterhood has scheduled a novel luncheon and card party for Tuesday noon. Mar. 29, at Beth David auditorium. Highlight of the afternoon will be a mermaid fashion show by the Barbara Jane Shop, with the following participating: The Mesdames Mel Crane. Louis Rosenson. Henry Shier. Richard Herold. William Weintraub. Leonard Egert. Jack Emmer. Calvin Gould. Mac Mermel and I. D. Berk. Katz's")12£)Restaurant ij| Traditional Passover Seders Conducted by CANTOR DAVID SHUCHAT i i % % for Reservations: Mr. Kati, JE 1-723S SI0.00 per Person for Bath Niahts $30.00 per Person for I Niahts 500 Collins tiHwi TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS $15 APRIL 6th and 7th Conducted by the renowed CANTOR PAUL KAMLET Choir Under the Personal Supervision ol JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN Musical Director of Temple Emanu El per person for Bath Niahts For Reservations Phone Saul Herman, JE 8-0811 ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD hW



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PAGE 8 A +Jtmi*U&*&£FRIDAY. HACH 2S. Miss Orovitz Weds Dr. Richard Dcutch In Home Ceremony Her parent*' home was the settor the marriage Sunday of ria Rae Oroviu to Dr. Richard E Deutch. The bride i tru daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max Or viti. 6000 North Bay rd. Miami Beach. Mr Or • %  a well known •. ar.d invest • president oi Mount Sinai Hospital He has been actr. local JewRabbi Joseph R N'ar ed at the 6 p.m ceremony wh:eh a reception later ir • %  • %  c ,-e over match%  %  • .ed lace I I tc and Mrs --. I %  -. • : iMiss Speigel Plans Summer Ceremony He was a drum major, she a majorette H ?h School %  The bnde-ele%  e of Lonthe daughter of kSpeigeLCTOS %  • arfcermar Clerk of Alan, the son of Mr and MrMoms Olkes. 1744 kv i the son of Mr and Mr> Phillip Baran.*-k> I Br klyi N.\ A graduate of the University of Miarr now attending law • a member of -ton Pi. and hareceived aa >econd UeuMgna! Corp* skj brother. Sey. Iowa from Brooklyn M." Levine s Brvwman. Miami. be her matron of honor Reception Honors Betrothed Couple Acr.iiir^er.t reception Sunl lK.me of MrRose Ba*-4 SW 25th ter. honored her daughter. Edith, and her fiance. Sidney W U The bride-elect i* a graduate of Lindsa> Ho p k i r.> Voeauonal i School Mr Levin was educated in Rochester NY and Miami He U the son of Mr and Mr* Nathan L. I S A Si -an Mr Levin serv-e Seventh Elect, spending much of hi> time in overseas -charge last De:*r Cross, Schainberg To Live in Miami Barbara Joan Gross became Mrs. %  Harold Schainberg in rites Mar. 12 at the borne of Rabbi Max Shapiro, who performed the ceremony. The bride u the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Gross, 550 SW 7th st. and ; Emmanuel Gross. Loss Angeles. Mr Schainberg' J parent* are the Sam Schainbergs, 1512 Pennsylsania are. Miami Beach Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs Mervin Adirim. A reception followed at the Rabbis borne. After a honeymoon in Pensacola. the couple will live in Miami. II Krauscs Are Hosts and Mrs Max Kraaas, of 6400 rd were host* at a special pagne cocktail party tender M Harold Shapiro on chairman of thrrarj celebration which the Shore Jewish Center wul %  ark %  Sunday Haver wa> honored for hi* I the Center during .•-;<. : : Helen Dancyger Will Wed Rabbi in June I Miami Beach, are p Turned on June 11 Eonaerly of Detroit, the bridei elect is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Jacob Dancy ger A party announcing the couple s betrothal was held in the home of Dar.c-vger* brother m-law and er. Mr and Mr* Abraham Heit. 4470 SV :-• -; IfisaaL on the. at of Pur Present as an honored guest was Rabbi A M Hir-chberg. editor of the Voice of Jerusalem and dean of Chaehrr.a Liibm Yeatriva in DeUao honored gue-t were Rabbi and Mr N Blumenfield. of Newark N'J Rabb* Blumenfield is the author of numerous work -' ~,o. Tora'.h Chaim" and "Simchath Ob: ted in European schools Rabbi Rothman. rjipir *a< in Tampa, is .em'* Unitad Chanty Organizationand Yeth Eu Chaim and Biku: .'?1 there Heit. the bnde-elecVnephew, came m to a'teV.d :he engagement party rtln.r Barry Richard, son of Mi. and Mrs. Melvin I. Richard. 1275 North Biscayne Point rd.. Miami Beech, will be Bai M*tzvah en Scturday morning. Mci. 26. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Loon Kronish will officiate. Barry, a pupil in Beth Sholom religious school, is in the seventh grade of Nautilus Junior High SchooL Ira Gary, son of Mr. end Mrs. Albert Werner, will become Bar Mitrvah cr. Saturday morning, Mar. 26 at Zcmora Jewish Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitt will officia:e. Ira is an eighth grade ruder.t at Ponce de Leon Junior 1: School, where he is a member of the concert band. A reception in his honor will be held at Zamorc on Sunday from 2 to 5 CUB. To he Bar Nfitzvah Joel Kutnick will become Bar Mitrvah during Sabbath m< serviceof Beth David Conzreia tion Joel I* an eighth era*: dent at Qtraa Grove Pabtk School and has been attending Beth I religiou* school for the Jacii Kutnick Fred Martin Gallant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Gallant, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-Q on Saturday. Mar. 26. Rabbi Inring Lehrmen will officiate. The celebrant is an eighth grade stu=e.-.: c'. Miami Beach Junior High School and i% in the second grade oi the daily re>ua school of Temple Emanu-Q. Donald (Salianu. sond] and Mrs. Nicholas Gin will celebrate ;-..= Bar Mfc at Temple Emanu-Q on! day. Mar. 26. Rabbi Lehrman will criicials. aid is an sights gradt dent at Miami Beach High School ar.d .s am grade student in the school of Temp'.e 7 sr*l Martin Douglas son flJJ and Mrs. Lous 3c!a& SW 13th ter. will beco Mitzvah during morning aervices of •• ami Jewish Cer.-er MarRabbi Alfred Warman officiate. Mart..-, will during both Friday e and Sabbath morning ices. Edduah will Among honored y** be his grandparent*. WMrs. Samuel Be .oil and Anna Diamond and his grandmother. Mrs. Klein. Reception will at Waldmans r.otel Beacb Duvid SicJ Hern • --' Mr and Mr* 8210 SW 25th -• ons!WJ recent birth of Iheir Scott. Lt\ i n Bar Mitzvah thai] Le\ir.. s>m of Vr and .'ack Levin. w.„ become Bar Satarda) morning. Mar Beth David Congregation. Marshall is in th-cventh grade at Sbeaandoah Jsaior H:?h School and has been attending Beth David religious school for the past six years. Bonnie Born Mar. 11 Bonnie Susan Nadel joined her brother. Jeffrey Alan, on Mar 11. when he was born at Mount Sinai Hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mr* Milton H Nadel. 611 SW nth Miami. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 6336 SW 13th st. *4.A Committee planning Beth David Sisasrhood m-r !" .w4 LuncheoB and Card Party an. David Parses, Max Jacobson.



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PAGE 8 B + %  k**l<* nr*+*r>r Academy Honors 2 For Their Services Samuel M. Grundwerg and Samuel Reinhard, founders and offieera of the Hebrew Academy since i\establishment seven years ago, Were awarded plaques for the "outice" last week at a general membership meeting in the Grundwerg. owner of the Tides hotel and well known in national and local civic and communal activities, itreasurer of the Academy. Reinhanl. a reliaious leader here active in local and national philanthn pic causes, it rice pre>iIn pn hem. B I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, lauded the Grundwerg ;


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LmAY ^AHCH25 1 j955_ V~—i— \ Former Toscanini Symphony Orchestra Ready to Perform in Greater Miami The three concert* scheduled In la TojuninTfl prateae, on Apr. :; Miami and Miami Beach Apr. 3, 4 and 5 RAGE 11 A first violins of the Symphony of the Air. which plays conerls Apr. 3 and 5 at Dade County Auditorium, and Apr. 4 It Miami Beach Auditorium, are shown here. At left is Daniel luilet, concertmaster. With him is Remo Boloqnini. Symphony If the Air was formerly the NBC Symphony, assembled and onductod by Arturo Toscanini, who retired last year. ;ther Roberts to Appear in Concert At Dade County Auditorium March 30 a Bachelor of Music degree. She i> a member of Mu Phi Epsiion, honorary music sorority. At present, the young pianist is preparing for another concert in May under the guidance of Miami composer Manna-Zucca. Since her return from Europe, Miss Roberts has resumed private teaching in theory and piano. Miss. Roberts is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perry, New Rochelle, NY. Her brother. Dr. Hyman J. Roberts, of West Palm Beach, is married to the former Carol Antonia Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klein, 1248 Mariana ave.. Coral Gables, where Mis.s Roberts is now residing. and S by the Symphonj of the Air, formerlj the Toscanini NBC Symphony, are attracting Interest throughout South Florl I inn to Arnold M Greenfield, Miami attorney and president of the Greater Miami Synfphonj Orchei tra Society. Greenfield said this week that over 3,000 tickets have already been sold for Ihe Apr. 3 and 5 progranu at Dade County Auditorium and the Apr. 4 concert at Miami Beach Auditorium. He said that each of the three concerts will present completely different programs, and the conductors will be Guido Cantelli, who 30 Honored at Beth El For Services During Year "Academy Award" supper, joint I] iponaored by the Sisterhood'and P.T.A. of Miami Beth F.I Hebrew Academy was held Thursdaj evening. Thirty person! were honored for outstanding work done in behalf of the school during the past years. Miss Sandra Barton, comedienne, entertained with gongs, and Dr. S. T Swirsky was main speaker. Refreshments were provided bj Mrs. Rachel Sakowltz. Highlight of the evening wa the presentation of awards bj III Edward Schjussler and Mrs Max C Gettinger. Mrs. John Temple, president of the P.T.A., announced that an annual "Academy Award" night will become an established function in the future at Beth El. and bier Solomon, who has proven SO popular at Miami Beach, • on Apr. 4. Greenfield predicted that the concerts 'will come close to selling out before Apr. 3." and urged resident, of Miami interested to write the Greater Miami Symphony Orchestra Society at 249 SE 1st st., Miami. Greenfield explained that the Symphony Society "is working to bring this orchestra, generally rat ed by critics, musicians and music loveras one of two or three greatest in the world, here permanent[ ly." Among composer to be performed are Beethoven, Brahms, 'I M haik'.u iky, Ravel, Debussy. I'm kofieff, Rossini, Vivaldi and Rcspighi. Befh £/ Bids Farewell To Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz On Saturday evening, Mar a MaJavah Malkah will be tender* at Beth El in honor of Rabbi ai Mrs, Samuel Krolowitz. on toe ca-ion of their leaving to settle in Israel. During the five years of Ins journ in Miami. Rabbi Krqlpv was active in many Jewish Uel oi endeavor, lending guidance and support to the numerous synagogues and kashruth problems, H also assisted in the establishment of Beth Kl Academy. Prior to his coming to Miami, Rabbi Krolowitz headed one of t largest synagogues in Brookh a and helped found many all-day schools in that area. He took an active role in the Mizrachi mo ment and toured the country on behalf of religious Zionism Sit his arrival here, he has been identified most actively with Beth FA Synagogue, where he was one of the leaders ol the Chevra Shas. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nos recipient in the Miami Music ub young artist auditions at Dade fumy Auditorium on Wednesday j 'enini;. Mar. 30. Bliss Roberts, horn in Boston, Is already, at 22, an outstanding Meal and educational backound and a promising career for concert stage. She studied in iris with world-renowned pianist [alter Gleseking and also at the Vis Conservatoire, having been % nored with one of the two WoolJ Fellowships in Music awarded V 1953-1954. [The summer of 1952, she parT'Pated in the chamber music pro-1 lam under the direction of the I J> on Symphony Orchestra at the prkshire Music Center, Tanglejood, Han MBi Boston, she has recorded for Is-BH-FM and WBUR-FM'and has fPeared in numerous solo per%  rmanccs. |MKS Roberts holds the Master of p degree f rom Harvard GraduLu of Ed cation and was IMUdted cum laude from Boston TWrwiy CoMege o{ Musjc with Jbbi Max Shapiro to be nored by Z0A I tendered a reception b )hc M lean V £ ti T"*"*** ptag, Mar 29 at he ^ g bsv cu,rned fr m • s ot el Bond ? ( ur on >*half of ,h< K lla,? tm '"• Rabhi Sha P ir wi he en nh' '* *** "*l* !" nccs L A, "ican Jewry in relafc/ 0 ,hp S,at <> < '-ael. WZ,T m m *>""<* liw aea In ofr:" 1 Under the direcPEPPER DELIGHT ^s.'scjsiia--' CSMrtwn i ow*at MAKES PASSOVER A REAL VOM TOV LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS: COOKING BORSCHT DE 'LUXE PLUM TOMATOES HORSERADISH • SAUERKRAUT • KOSHER PICKLES • HORERADISH AND BEETS • PEPPER DELIGHT Konher tor Pannover nos 1 ? nta?3 Unitr Suptriision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rohbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Seashore Food and Pickle Plttdaeftl PHONE" MU 1-3541 Zeadfobe (RMStU) ] i,fir ~ IIIEI W *— 111 % "•? t • I MlI • •lav DELUXE inr %  inmiftTis



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PAGE 1SB 9-Jewist ncridHarJ_ FRIDAY, MARCH 2S f*T r\T> 71 T OTJTND r PC!l SenateGe,sBi,,toChonge VJJJvyi3ii.lj J3Jfl^rC 1 OiMcCarran Walter Act WASHINGTON (JTAV-Scn. 1 Israelis Feel Jernegan Missed Central Issue in Talk WASHINGTON (J T A) — Israel Embassy officials declined comment here on the speech delivered before the conference of Jewish organizations by John D. Jernegan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, on Middle Eastern defense developments. But Israel circles were reported to feel that this speech com pletely missed the central point in the current discus-ions between the two governments. Waldman Named Loyalty Board Head for U.S. Workers WASHINGTON (JTA)—Henry S. Waldman. of Elizabeth, N.J., was named chairman of the International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board this week by Philip | Young, chairman of the United | States Civil Service Commission. The board has authority to inquire i into the loyalty of I'nited States citizens employed by the united Nations and other international organizations of which the U.S. is a niember. Charges Germans, Arabs Act As Disruptive Force NEW YORK (JTA)—Disruptive German and Arab elements in Argentina are constants seeking to SOW discord between the Ar tine Jewish community and the government, as well abetween the governmentol Argentina and Israel, hut the government of General Peron is taking counter measures to ensure harmony. Hirsch Triwaks, prominent Argentine businessman and member of the DAIA praesidiutn, said here. London Church Defies Ban on 'World of Sholem Aleichem' LONDON (JTA)—A crowded congregation in an Anglican church here watched a performance by Jewish actors of an extract from "The World of Sholem Alcichern." which the Church of England censor originally banned. They also heard Canon Clarence May preach on the theme of the play. "I. L. Peretz' "Bontche Sehweig," in direct defiance of his Bishop's wishes. Rabbi Defends Milton Residents Against Charge BOSTON (WN6) Defending the residents of East Milton, where Jews have lately .been receiving threatening letters and telephone calls. Rabbi Jacob Hochman of Temple Shalom in that city declared this week here that town authorities and the leaders of other ius groups have been "'very understanding and helpful" to the Jews of East Milton and that racial hatred represents an attitude limited to very few residents of the town. bert H. Humphrey has introduced a bill to revise aspects of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act that he described as unfair and discriminatory The bill has the support of Senators Paul-Douglas. John Kennedy and Patrick Mc Namara. Arabs Seize U.SJewish Girl at Frontier Village JERUSALEM (WNS) — Grace Shevel of Chicago, a 2*year-old girl who is a dietician at Hadassah Hospital and a student at the Hebrew University, was seized this week by the Jordanian Arab Legion at the frontier village of Beit Safaa together with two Israelis who accompanied her on a visit to 25,1 the village. American consular thonties expressed the nninl that Miss Shevel ,„ %  ,,,, ''." %  be released short ly, Card Party Sunday Card party will he giver by Women's Club of Workmen's ( cle 692 Sunday evening at 25 Washington ave. %  ,,.,, will be Mrs. J. Kalmans.,, Dutch Government to Take Action in Orphan Abduction THE HAGUE (W N S) — Justice Minister Donkar announced in the Netherlands Senate this week that the Dutch Government will take action against all persons suspected of being involved in the kidnapping of Anneke Beekman. 14year-old Jewish war orphan who was abducted by Catholic foster parents when the courts ordered her turned over to the Jewish community. Austria Hints Changes In Compensation Laws VIENNA (JTA) —The Austrian Government expects to invite a representative of the Jewish Claims Committee for new discus sions on intended changes in the restitution and indemnification legislation, it was indicated here. It was hinted that there is a willingness on the part of the government to make eventually further modifications, if the Jewish proposal will prove to be "logical." UN Association Opposes Sending Arms to Arabs WASHINGTON (JTA) — The American Association for the UnitNations adopted a resolution this week calling further U.S. arms shipments to the Middle East before a peace settlement "ill-advised, dangerous and inimical to the attainment of peace." The resolution appealed to the United States Government "to use its authority and prestige to renew and reinforce the call of the United Nations to Israel and the Arab states to resolve their differences through direct negotiations and to transform the existing armistice agreements, negotiated under the auspices of the United Nations into permanent peace treaties." Turkish-Iraqi Pact Held 'Pernicious' by Sharett JERUSALEM (JTA) ITemi<,| Moshc Sharett of Israel denounced the Turco Iraqm pad this week as being of a "pernicious political character" and charged thai it was the result of the Anglo-American policy in the Middle East, The premier and foreign minister warned ih.it the Anglo-American policy of supplying arms to the Arab Slatewas altering the political balance within the area and constituted a ;hreat to the security ol Israel. Czechoslovakia Forces Old Jews into Overcrowded Home MUNICH (WNS)—Chechoslovakian authorities in the countieof Liberec and Podebrady recently rounded up 64 elderly Jewish pensioners, ranging in age from 68 to 87, and transported them to the Jewish old-age home at Marianske Lazne, according to reports reaching here from Czechoslovakia. The institution, ine report states, has been so overcrowded ever since it was moved from Prague that two residents had to share a single bed. DOG CING! bride-to-be BN PIGTAILS ^^^^j^tBRETTY LITTLE LADY, not bothered by thoughts of Iir^o cbet, trousseau and wedding bell? • -But foresighted parents must think ahead! Many thousands tlo— and come to Chase Federal, where they not only add systematically to their own savings accounts for unexpected emergencies and for carefree later years but they also have savings accounts definitely "earmarked'' for Sally's wedding or Johnnie's college tuition. Saving for a definite purpose becomes a whole lot easier and more pleasant. Especially at Chase Federal, where each account is insured to $10,000 and where it just naturally grows bigger through generous dividends twice each year. A friendly welcome awaits you at Chase Federal. St^n in :o .!-•'. Current Di. '.'cad Rate 3 /o per annum STABILITY AND ir.!.i;:cc ATTESTED BV 4 co::rnv:::z:\ :t :.ir3 FEDERAL SMUGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I Aiu.li.% im. '*•<"*% -M • 7 i CCLltNS tVt t ||V


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Lflv MARCH 25. 1955 >v. Ullrich Will Address 'Chen' /[ W ard Luncheon at Shelborne; 35 Bond Women to be Honored +Jewish ntrklinn PAGE 3 A ... fdwrd W. Ullrich Pastor the Robertson Memorial RvanL\ and Reformed Church, Mi [ V jll be guest ker at the C h a r m Tj r (1 brunch fenday noon, 28, at the JJHBrne hotel, jii Beach. I brunch, i Chen rn> Will ,)e ,, to 3 5 1-rael Mrs. Pass |,i Bieswom|jf the Greater Miami commuKT their inspiring and tireion on behalf of the | (,i Israel and Israel Bonds rig 1954,'" according to Mrs. |te Selig, chairman of the' Division, Israel Bonds, tv. l'llrich, who went to Israel i stud) tour with the American I Patostiae Committee, will JI.I the economic progress in r l (odaj as sha nears her seversary on Apr. 27. tv. L'llrich has been Pastor of I mi Memorial Evangel| :, %  lormed Church for the 11 yeiirs and has spoken bemore than 100 civic and religroups since his return from tudy tour. is the past president of the Iter Miami Ministerial Associaa member of the National lerence of Christians and Jews fa past president of the Greater ni Council of Churches. en co-chairmen Mrs. Harry ill and Mrs. Max Weitz said %  top Chen honors would go to ILena Mintzes, who is the first an of this area to be awarded fifth Chen charm. Her sales fd lor 1954 totalled $125,000 in Bonds Mrs. Mintzes is albnnging in sales for credit ds her sixth charm. en member>hip is open to any pn who undertakes to sell or -se $2,500 in State of Israel Jopment Bonds. Each charm nbolic of one of the 12 ancifribes of Israel. The charms the link with the past and ml iof the present bond with }l. Mrs Selig explained. $2,500 sold or purfd by a rhen member, an adpal charm is earned. A coniol charms represents a 0,000 in sales of State of \l Development Bonds. tin brunch, Mrs. Sylvia Pass, i ave., will entertain by I ratic -elections. A teno. Mrs. Pass studied voice at Jo Pauw Collage in Chicago onservatory la Torbegan singing seriously r" %  ago, sang, in the First Chorjtstival held three years ago in loured the State with cl" ral group. Representing sales totalling more than $70,000 in Israel Bond Sales for 1954, the following women will be awarded four (hen chants each: the Mesdames Sarah Czech, Rose Kasow, Miriam Press. Kannie N. Rubin. Fannie Selig, Mary Sher, Esther Singer and Sybil Weitz. For sales that reached the $15,000 mark in Bond sales, Mrs. ROM Bernstein and Evelyn Platoff will be awarded three Chen charms each at the tea. W^men who will receive two Chen charms for sales of $15,000 are Mrs. Rose Bcrman, Mrs. Ida Bookspan, Mrs. Sarah Goldman, Mrs. Raye Jacobstein,and Mrs. Ida Sussman. And for Bond" sales of more than $47,000, the following women in the Miami area will be awarded one Chen charm each. The Mesdames Kate Bernstein, Clara Burstein, Lillian Cantor, Helen earner. Florence Frankenstein, Bessie Gerzog. Fannie Goldberg, Elizabeth Goodman, Lillian Goodman, Sophia Miami Attorney New Head Of Biltmore Golfers' Club Bernard Wcksler. Miami attorney, was last week elected president of the Biltmore Men's Golf Association. Election was held at the Coral Gables Country Club. Others named to office include R. C. Dilley, first vice president; Lloyd Reese, second vice president; Dr. R. Huges, treasurer; W. C. Brewer, secretary; and Gen. R. Houghton, monitor. Weksler is a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a member of the board of governors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and of the board of directors of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Histadrut Lunch Blstadrat committee of Greater Miami is arranging a get-together luncheon for tourists and residents of Miami on Monday, at the Raleigh hotel Harry Simonhoff, writer and lee-, turer, will speak on "American Jewry and Israel." Dr. R. Hurowitz, Histadrut leader from ( hi cago, will speak on current events in 1-rael. monides' Views on Jewish Law." Dr. J. Sokoloff, physician at the local VA hospital, will discuss "Maimonides and Medicine." Also on the program will be Harry Perach and Mrs. David Friedman. Hebrew-Speaking Group Moadon, HeDrew-speamng group here, will meet Saturday evening at Temple Emanu-El and dedicate its program to the 750th anniversary of the death of Maimondies. Rabbi Moshe Horowitz, of the Hebrew Academy, will discuss; "MaiCONGREGATION ANSHE EMES 2389 CORAL WAY cordially invites you to become a member SERVICES HELD DAILY 7:30 A.M. FRIDAYS 6:30 P.M. SATURDAYS 8:30 A.M. and 6 P.M. Rev. Edward W. Ullrich FJodas, Eva B. Kahn, Frieda Kalstein, Celia Kaye, Sophie Krantz, Fannie Liebman, Anna Brenner Meyers, Matilda Ratner, Beckie Reinhard and Lilly Stone. Conference Plans Quarterly Meeting Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties will hold its regular quarterly meeting on Thursday noon. Mar. 31. at Temple EmanuEl. According to Mrs. Aaron Farr, president, a short business meeting, which will include the report of the nominating committee, will precede the program, planned as I a party at which all affiliated or' ganizations will be feted as guests I of Conference. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, vice presI ident in charge of programs, will preside during the Tercentenary celebration, which will follow the I meeting. A panel discussion, "Re| sponsibilities and Opportunities of I Freedom." will be presented, with Rabbi Joseph Narot of •Temple Israel as moderator. Panelists will include Dr. Donald R. Larson, of the Department of Government, University of Miami; and Dr. Donald Michelson, i Department of Human Relations, University of Miami. BETH EL SYNAGOGUE Takes Pride in Presenting the Young Israeli Cantor Fishel Lutman AUGUST BROS R YI /V IS the Bt ST* GRAND CONCERT Sunday Evening, March 27, 8 p.m. •t 500 S.W. 17th AVENUE This it Cntor Lutman's Firtt Grand Concert in Miami Do Not Miss theJ>pportunity of Hearing this Great Young Artist The Cantor will be accompanied by Mrs. Lutman Nat Procads Will Be Turned Over to the Mental Hospital of Jerusalem Donation SI. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenbach and Family wish to extend thanks publicly to Rabbi Simon April, Cantor Berele Kelemer and the SISTERHOOD OF MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION fcr making complete the Simcha of the Bar Mitzvah of their son MICHAEL May God bless you and repay you always The Very Rev. Dr.D. De Sola Pool Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Israel — The SPANISH & PORTUGUESE SYNAGOGUE City of New York Founded 1654 — Tercentenary 19S4 WILL DELIVER 7NE SERMON ON SHABBATH MORNING, MARCH 26th %  t %  loth Israol Synagogue Miami llVali Corner Prairie Avenue and 40th Street All Are Welcome New Modern Stainless Steel Equipment AND UNDER STRIC T LABORATORY CONTRO L offers you a COMPLETE SELECTION of famous Sunny Brook Farms Dairy Products DELIVERED TO YOUR HOWE, at no extra cost, with the utmost feeling of confidence that it is tt M'K* "^ KOSHER SH'L PESACH H O 37 W *1 W 3 Supervised fer Kashruth THROUGHOUT THE TUB by BABBI JOSEPH E. 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PAGE 4A fUMtf/far***" FRIDAY :JS22L?.i* Pub'>l> t -Mian at US N E S -.• %  SI-M: M l—I •*. F>"Ha E--e-ea ai MCamS-alaaa. r-j*:-. .. 4 •?:: i* Pf* 1 C-' ct o Vat i j-:et-AM e* MarcH S. •!" Tre > ejI ; C 5 : %  : ( C N WAT -„Vei-t e a I o: Number 12 Israel Needs Your CJA Support Now %  :i c position : %  -" S -:~e-: '.V:..ads an % I K) thai I el bad requested i U 5 :.:ecl not I -"'•• %  BOt £ %  %  %  l • :: A SENATE subcommittee popped into Miami l.. •, Friday j n ;nd out "grassroots opinion on the possibility of revising I United Nations charter Only Wo members of the r Pper HOULT. m were present at Ibe six man committed hear.n? k*w iVj? ml Park library—Senators Spestard L Holland ;, y aml J* ander Smith (R.N.J.). If the subcommittee came Miami ., ^ JS ed of "grassroot -' attitudetoward the UN, it m certainly in the\5 My c .-rnopolitan nature is offended at the pr ., t t of li^H a city which the United States Senate consider Bui it iundoubtedly even more offended because the mittce was nq|H^pponted in its evaluation of ti; ire a Miami with a kind "of testimony that ireactionary on indu-af Thenwere many persons at the bearing witnevM alikewho felt that the L"N i.an indis] a ,** mhaugh. Florida >iate chairman of th-.'{.,'. ij,r i nited IS \pressed prec Bat this type of testimony was overwhelmed by deninds tiny the gamat from callfor outright abolition of • hat our government withdraw comp -*-t> v. the appearance of Miami attorney John V Vjp. declared he was speaking on behalf of the Congre^ Our local afternoon daily, in its character.-tically ni arj ^ -e-iuentlv described this outfit a"a i recently declared subversive !,;. mittee on unAmencan Activities. On itface, thii the) i Freedom considerably more than "a Colo 'HmM tion The tfroup whose opinions Mr. Murrell aired be! 'he SnJ hearing in Miami Friday was initiated less than three Arr.oid Kruckman. a Wahington newspaperman expanding untler^ke management of Robert Le Pevre \je Fevre. wh > eabwrt while ago .-pearheaded an I Girl Scouts. aecu-;ruit of boins a propaganda or. tael United Nations and world government ideals, has contributed ir.dal to anti-Semite Merwin K HartNational Economic I r!y and viciously fulminateagainst the t\ tiv< Lauderdale. he BOW re-nies in Greenwich I the of Freedom recently moved its office .ujia] • headquarters in New York. The Congress held a regional conference in Atlanta. G 1864, during which Le Fevre acted as chairman Accopfonxtu h,.< report of proceedings there. Jessie Jenkins and Edg.tr \ %  < among principal speakers Jenkins is a publi-her of n;. >tga*w I ature. V it. a Jacksonville attorney, is repj' i fa ^:bcr of the Ku Klux K!an The Congress apparn| J here in Miami The Freedom Club, a tit uhkif ,-everal months ago in connection with a dir.ier '. 'be Club, honoring Ro) Cobn and Rabbi Ber.jar -id delegateto the Congress of Freedom regional conferencIn ttusfl Lard it i;r.tere-ting lo note that the Miami Freedom~i lib numblM %  ] : i : IB ; i we A v:= — — %  %  KZI duplic .e:. [uabce on .'".e side of Nt -;• Mkxmiana S Moa 27 £ %  ? acbjsvod a '.sr.d BI which the haxz reamasb :: Europe BKXJ BOW lire in ;:r;:e jier. v.e -. lo tr.e Combined Jewish .. Henry Beetham among its members Beet ham by-bne recer:!> J : consibuton w rti wn rjt honinq the community in peared o\er an article in the "Florida Independent." a kx*| we *. local =3r.-.c:es here the: er.r.ch the culturr.ew-paper di-tnbuted several weeks ago in Hialeah wWi h i'tacWl in this proposed brotherhood rally scheduled to include Negro panicijatiBl ecch ,th ,h Congress of Freedom is the Cml I StatesM ::usar aurshcrOBOi re and abroad — end incidentally :cr ^"mmittee. Inc. Thk group wa-formed for the pun hrea October 23 of each year as "United States Day" in oppo-/. %  ". to "l"j e d Nations Day." celebrated October 24. Notorious ani. Semite Com McGinley. publisher of "Common Sense." urged in hiissue of Sej t*r 1 1954. that readerof his paper write to "The I 'esDjl Committee. Inc Greenwich. Conn This, of course, iK ibi rl Le Feffl'Jj We have been viewing with increasing graticurrent addres L= TEj£ e n imbw oj l eet y j i se~'r.ars JOHN MURRELL-S testimony before the Senate > U bo and OOOK reviews being held in tr.e Greater hearing in Miami Friday thus takes on added significant u ^t"3 Miaou aea. be borne in mind constantly is that an anti-United S "• P 0 -3! A significant amount of these procrams fee3J-*' manife u 1 ,tse unaccompanied by other forces ai that %  ] -es le-urers of r-rtinnrl rsnH in tL^L „ olten icr> K a fronl for demanda that the US. withdraw from jw| %  pat.on in all international affairs, as weU as for racist and anti S Mr Murrell's remarks in this sense struck a blow for' out by the \*J ----. %  --_ • %  —. „ — ...... _. .....— „. „.c n#v —. —---;^.co ..cc...... c....^.i tile V Jewry. "C-Day." Mar. 27, is ii :rr~= a —.::•• ;.-..:.:;%  :: local Jewish events. For it criers German Restitution for Miamians Cultural Participation ---.-Terr ;j:.r_.:.es m :.-.e process cr.er.dir.r WiBce: = _:rr.;:-ung" — ;r. ierr.r.^ica^on tot \ai less suire-ec by >ws z: the r.er.is z: Ml Ikvel ?.e:::.-we:e highhghted in Mianu : MB community of .OSf WK-: :• %  DM Zr bat Alexander. Dr. Alexcr.der is eirr.„-.^trator of the Dated Reaeatafton Organization a group with offices :-_-ougbou: West Germany, Israel. France Great Britoin cr.d tr.e United States. A Gerrr.-r. zzrz. Jew. Dr. Alexander is now and American r.tizen cr.d was in Mate la confer with local leaders of the testate Council of Jewish WoBMm. ram lecturers of national and international pute. whose profound knowl&dge of the preopinion. cepts of Jewish traditions offers keen insights Le Fevres. HartTand McG.nlets-^ihr'latterTing^d .-.—.cr.c its man* rre-erarr.s. Cour.cU has OB t-e job of aidancj r.ew Americans ir. latei under the Supple—.enlary Federal Lew for Compensation of VicBBM of National Social.=t Persecution. A major ir-tematcrcl tepoBi w.th Germany today re"•clres about the s government o:• :.als end courts have been slowing up the es3 of restirution through an increasingly ccrr.plex red tcpe mechanism. 3ut this aspect of Bonn's reticence to shoulder the responsibility for their human crime* — — are an aspect of the German people's insensit-vily than of their government's—is only one facet of the many difficulties attending prevaBta mi s co n ce pt i ons regarding indemnification. Another is the frequent lack of information into the place modern Jewish existence occupies today, both in America and the world a*, large. It seems to us that Miamians aze thus afforded an exceptional opportunity to participate ;r. truly worthwhile cultural experiences. Our city, in this regard, gives us the chance generally accorded many Jewish commul throughout the nation to take part in instructional functions whose rewards broaden c^ understanding of a great heritcge and cwaken us to the meaning of contemporary soc:-: The range of subjects covered in these many programs is wide enought to attract universal .r.terest. This land of cultural identification constitutes K M^ rie ? C V f Which no alen Mxrmian should deprive himself. ^^ W ^' G ^ xa krw goes out o{ existence in September. 1955. committee aa sub\ersive in the recent Congressional report on AJ ican Neo-FascL-t and Hate Groups. The Congress of Freedom has announced that it will hold tional convention at San Francisco on April 25. It -eeto n* little more will be accomplished there than can be found in the i of its convention in Omaha. Neb., two years ago AI thai tin*.' Congress decided that the United Nations impairs loyarrj to the l* —an outrageous fiction in contradition to the fact that the I can impose its will on our government only %  the form of a tre which must be subsequently ratified by a two-thirdroU >: the ***! It aUo y supported the Bncker Amendment-a piece of M ^w^u le8lsla,,on "Sa-n-t which President Eisenhower campaigned i £ hK ed; the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. "hich President Truman vetoed and which Mr Eisenhower has twtot recall for -ludy m order to make it "workable:' rest •ratwil ofi •nd for freedom of choice." including the right of en** to choose employers, employers to choose employe, F'oP"" 01 ;! cnoose gue-ts. patron* and tenants and of individu.. I l h ** *^ i.ates The latter recomendation b so obvious a piece of anti-SenuWj• %  racist bigotry ato need no further observation The extent to me Congress of Freedom has gone in its platform betrnaive and xirtually infantile -'secret club" nature. This orgaM Ih i^" 1 f aVor ^P** 1 "^ the 16th amendment, wh.ch proi. me heder.d income tax and which the Congress characterises a>' d in the spread of socialism Space Dr. Alexander's visit to Miami and his debierations with National Council of Jewish Women leaders should aid considerably the process of filing claims and serve as a rontr cmong those persons who, eligible to fue claims button toward at least partially eomDn<£t for compens ati on, may nofknow how to ao the many persona residing amonq us who .? "-"^ feredwoacu te ya tthe,han q d,of N^X t2?S££$lf22rZ Sl-tt^ TS KStaflBI •ri jpensotion. may about it and who aie also unaware of the fact does not permit me to discuss the larger irapiic— ciou* attatk against the United Nations. The essential is** *L' d. has been that a Congress of Freedom % % %  %  %  could. ^J^i matic immunity." appear before a Senate subcommittee and ew^i hat failed, in truth, to express his central aims "f/XI here lies in the fact that Mr Murrell '*"'L i a participation in the United Nations of my assumption to continued — in is the which' stagger


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LY, MARCH 25, 1955 k wlst, th+Mti, PAGE 13 A MAIL 3 r *J >S L generations of the Michael A. Stavitsky family of East toe New Jersey have enrolled as National Sponsors for I of the State of Israel Development Bond Issus, through Ldual purchases of $1,000 in Israel Bonds. They, are Mrs. hael A. Stavitsky, national chairman of the Women's Divilof the State of Israel Bond Organization, Mrs. Eli GuterI n3r daughter, and Dinah Gutterman, her granddaughter. L.n above is Mrs. Stavitsky presenting her granddaughter [ an Israel Bond. The immediate goal of the National fcsors is to enroll 3,000 women by Apr. 27, Israel's seventh Iversarv, and provide a minimum of S3,000,00 in invest|1 capital for Israel. ~v uV I, j l-v lessor Simon Halkin, of Hebrew University, translator of 1: Whitman's "Leaves of Grass' into Hebrew, is shown preling a copy of his work, now^out of print, to Lewis M. Stark, prman of the rare book room at the New York Public pry. The book will be housed in the Jewish Division and | form a part of the library's extensive collection of Whitnia, many items of which are currently on exhibition in pction with the Centennial of "Leaves of Grass." Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I wonder if the Jewish Community of the Greater Miami area is aware of .the outstanding job that is being performed by Mr. Louis Schwartzroan. executive director of the BufeaTI of Jewish Kducation, and the assistant director, Mr. Herbert Berger. Although Miami is fast becoming e metropolis, the Bureau of Jewish Kducation has kept its fing; e rs on I he pulse oi 28 Jewish schools and a total of approximately a.Oiiu Jewish children. The "Curriculum Guide,'' which is followed t> the majority of the schools, is a masterpiece, and each ;year a '"Supplementary Guide' is pul out and sent to each teacher LtQd every school, M that ail the school-; are working in a uniform manner and SO th:it, if a child transten from one Sunday school or one Hebrew school to another ho will 'bo able to pick up immediately where he left off. A "Teachers' Kit" is available to all who are interested in learning I the many facets of teaching in the ', Sunday schools from the Kinder1 garten through the Confirmation Class. At the beginning of each year, a 'series of "Teachers' Seminars" are [arranged for by the Bureau. These are usually sponsored by the various religious schools, and combine both an educational and social evening, wherein all the Sunday and Hebrew school teachers have the opportunity of learning many new methods and idea-, which are of I great help to them in teaching. The Bureau of Jewish Education has a fine library, with a wealth %  of information pertaining to any phase of Jewish life. This is accessible to anyone and everyone who wishes to take advantage of it. Weeks before a Jewish holiday is to transpire, a wonderful bulletin Is sent to each and every teacher, which is of invaluable heip in | teaching and helping the children : to understand and enjoy that particular festival. These men are never too busyto stop and give a word of advice or help Whenever needed, and have never refused an invitation to j speak before the many organiza, tions in the community. Through the efforts of the Bureau, an organization of all the | Sunday and Hebrew school teachers has been effected. Monthly meetings are held, with luncheons being served, interesting speakers i on the roster and a social bond de| vcloped among the teachers of the many schools. As one of the many Sunday school teachers in the Greater Miami area, and on behalf of all the Sunday and Hebrew school teachers, whose sentiments equal mine, may I take this opportunity of congratulating Mr. Louis Schwartzman and Mr. Berger on their fine work in the Greater Miami area. May they have many years of good health and a continued love and interest in the wonderful work they are doing. MRS. JUDITH CHERNOFF Non-objective painting "The Strength Within" is presented to the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami by artist Charles R. Jacobson (center). In 1927, Jacobson painted symbolic mural at the original Hillel Foundation on the University of Illinois campus, where he was enrolled as an art student. Shown accepting the newest work by the artist are Hillel president Sidney Aronovitz (left) and Hillel director Dr. Donald Michelson. First shipment of Carmel Wines imported from Israel especially for Passover is inspected by Israeli dancer Sara Aman, who does a specialty number in the current Broadway show, "Plain and Fancy." This year five special blends of Carmel Wine from the famed cellars at Rishon-le-Zion and Zichron Jacob are being brought here by the Carmel Wine Co., Inc., a subsidiary of the Palestine Economic Corporation. Weinkles Liquor Stores are featuring Israel's Carmel Wines this year in their Passover Wine and Liquor displays. Carmel Wines are distributed by Miami Crown Distributors who, as a gesture towards Israel, are making these products available at greatly reduced prices. .;Z rances PBolton (R.-O.) predicts that Communist propaa will be struck a strong blow by the American Jewish IwvT 6 P^P* 1161 "The People Take the Lead," 200 copies %  ti < V" 6 shown here being presented by Irving M. Engel Kef If < W York AIC President, to Dr. Franklin L. Burdette. r ot information services of the U.S. Information Aqency. Miami's Sun-Ray Park Health Resort, 125 SW 30th ct.. is now under new ownership and management. According to managing director Murray B. Pinks, all departments have been reorganized to furnish medical, nursing, dietetic, physiotherapeutic. diagnostic and custodial care "second to none." Sun-Ray Park Health Resort is on five acres of tropical grounds, with a staff including resident physician, consultants, graduate nurses and dietitian. On the regular services of the resort's program are baths, massage, irrigations, diathermy, sun baths and other medical treatment, both for residents and out-patients.



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L r v MARCH 25. 1955 *• !" i*fi florid/fan PAGE 15 A diversity of Miami to Mark Language feek and Highlight 'Hebrew Evening' lv ol Miami will observe Kd annual Language Week ,1 V,r 27 lo Apr. 2. Presented I .he Department of Modern Lanl!/rs at the U of M. the unique Evince is devoted to activities ,, „, stimulate an interest r \' hc jtudy of foreign language I culture. Iwell known speakers, educators Id linguists will discuss aspects [French, Russian, German, HalHebrew, Spanish and English, [addition, there will be technical isions on "Linguistic Science and Dguage Learning." toionK features of the obscrv•euill be a French choral group, Ljan ballet, German glee club, 'talk by I'iJay Fw Pearson, csideni of the University of Mini, and foreign films, including fmoiion picture on the Hebrew jnvcr^ity at Jerusalem. ."hairman of Language Week is [ Bert hold Fried!, who indicated at the highlight of the observer will be the 350th anniversary the publication of Cervantes' on Quixote," and the 750th anIrersary of the Hebrew version of timondies' "Guide to the Perfexed." Participating will be Dr. Ralph [Boggs. director of the UM InterKional Center; Dr. William P. smukes. chairman of the Modern |nguagc Department; Dr. Freidl, pfessor of Romance Languages Russian; Dr. Leonard R. MulProfessor of French and dihor of the I'M summer school [Oaxaca. Mexico; Dr. Mclanie S. sborough, Professor of German; Robert S Whitehouse, AssociProfess'ir oi Modern LanguagIHebrcw Evening" will be held LHillel House on Thursday ever g, Mar. 31, marking the AmeriJcwi>h Tercentenary. Presid! as chairman will be Dr. Joseph [Hurwitt,instructor of Hebrew Ithe UM. Program will include Dr. Berfho/d C. Fried/ Friends of Hebrew University; and Dr. Fried 1. School Announces Summer Camp Ida G. Lear, director-principal of the Lear School, this week announced plans for the school's first summer day camp, for nine weeks beginning June 20. Mrs. Lear, who has headed the Miami Beach private school for the past 20 years said that for the first time "Lear School will accede to the request of many of our students and parents to continue our activities throughout the summer months." In addition to the regular school curriculum, for students in the age group of four to 14, the Lear School will conduct classes in the various arts and crafts, special programs of dancing, ceramics and dramatics, as well as the usual song-fests. Swimming in the 75 foot pool, loSummer Student Tour Announced Second annual coeducational summer student tour to Europe and Israel sponsored by Camp Blue Star of HendersonviUe, N.C., is announced for 1955 by the founders and directors: Herman and Harry Popkin, of Atlanta, Ga. Conducted for a select and limited number of students from July I to Sept 8, the tour will be supervised and guided by Mrs. Elsie Levin, of Gainesville, Fla., and Samuel H. Rosenberg, of Atlanta, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education there. Mrs. Levin, world traveler, is on the staff of the University of Florida as housemother for Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. She has taken students abroad and given lectures on travel. A registered pharmacist, she has an MA degree from Smith College and done public relations and youth guidance work. Rosenberg brings to the group 27 years of experience in Jewisli education as teacher, youth worker, principal, camp leader, director I of educational activities and executive director. Traveling by ocean liners, the group of young people will sail from Quebec, Canada. They will spend almost a month in Europe, visiting historic cities of western Europe, and two weeks will be spent in Israel. Designed to meet, the interests and needs of young people, the tour's purposes, as outlined by Blue Star directors, la to offer "an exciting, educational and adventurous travel experience with a purpose." LEGAL NOTICE Rembrandt and Jews Saul Raskin, artist and writer, will be guest speaker at the regular Saturday evening meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum in Kne-a-ih Israel Congregation. Mrs topic will be "Rembrandt and the Jew." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34953 B In K, ESTATE OF JESSIE ll!i;|.KUIKSK\. D To Ml i r-.-.lit• %  i s and All Pel sons Hal in*; Claims "i Demands Agalns! Said Estate: You, .1 '.i • %  • ii >>f >"ii, in•• neteby notified ami required to preaenl an] claim* mi,! demanda which you, or either of you, ma) l nsl the estate of JESHIK FREDERIKSEN, deceased late %  >( Dads County, Florida, t< tin 1 Honorable County Judges of i > ui. County, ami file the same in their offices in Hi,Count} Courthouse In Mail,County, Florida, within <• IH t calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald oil %  or dainandfl t<> oontsln the legal adol iinclaimant ami to be sworn to Hnil |ii-e*enteil ,i aforesaid, or sa in,will be bat i ed. i '.ii, ,i March Knd, A.D 1151 MAX IS. SILVER As Executor of iti for Executor S/J3 — 4/1-8-lfi CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA \ I.I. T< %  WIH >M 'III BSE I'Rl K.s'l's SHALL Ci '-Mi:. OREETINI \\ Ii. i IE" >Rl IK i HERTKl IF', MIAMI ll.i'Kli'A NORMAN SOMBER! i, Ml IMI, ILORIDA ii'SKl'll B, REIMMAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA EMILY SMITH, MIAMI. 1 l.i IRIDA did "ii the 25th da) of August, A 11 ....... ,| ui the i'' %  > %  iIons ol "Ii i; %  • LAWRAMAR VPAI MENTH ('('HI' ...i atlon, %  .ii place of buslnea'. Dade County, in the Stati Ma. and whereas the proper fi,rof such corporation did "ii :'i~t .lav of March, A.D, ID I,, be riled in Mi,pffl %  > %  tars of Btate of the State "• I a duly aui bent Ii i ted i %  • %  a by ili stockholders undei \ isions <>f said Chs %  Statutes, showing thi ion .,f such corporation. Now. then foie, the Secretar) — y !" swimming in tne 75 toot pool, ioH,Z ur ^ic-nelson d re ctor cated on the Lear grounds at 1010 ttllei Mrs. Samuel N. Katzin, West ave ., wil bc the daiIy high icnal vice president of the | h ht of student activities nencan Friends of the Hebrew fiversity; Victor Stem, of the music school; Mrs. Jennie ossinger. Miami Beach philan•opist: Mrs Judith Drucker, soM and recitalist; Dr. Hurwitz; '• Matilda Itatner, president of ', Emphasis will be placed upon teenage activities. Special instruction will be afforded/the older students in boating, fishing and sailing. The summer camp will be under the direction of Richard Lear, fc Bureau of Jewisrf Education" and tne facu,,v wil1 De essentially ^rv CUA. n i .. the same instructors who have KOidaHul.in. president of the | been wilh the schoo for many feater Miami Chapter, American i years. The Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association owner and operator of Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Woodlawn Cemetery (JEWISH SECTION) announces that MR. LEONARD S. LUNDE is associated with it as its Managing-Director effective March 15, 1955 Main Office: at the GROUNDS OF MT. SINAI MEMORIAL PARK 1125 N.W. 137th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE MU 1-4432 President: Theodore J. Sakowitx, 922 Seybold Building, Miami ItOSffIff FOR PASSOVER no 1 ? TUD %  T Demand Israel Kosher THE WORLMKS 3MOST EXCMTIXV FLAVOR You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy ISK4U beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. ^Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA Get to bfiom oiW^Sod.-^/ %  V r* Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph R. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Economical, No Waste Less work at meal-time i 1 < Sold at leading supermarkets ; and independent grocers '. NN>V featured at fine delicat6$spns. ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.. Inc. %  g"-W.5th Street, Miami. Florida Phones 30721 2 34225 LEGAL NOTICE Th' andarsfarned, Max Levin, d in reby in. e notice that "ri \ |55, be sold Hi'business which operated under the i le of l. I, MEN s Slli'I'. t 138 N. Miami nue. Miami. Florida, and iii.it he lonser %  isoclated "> In n; %  ay nected therewith and thai h< "ill n>i i... responsible for an) debi aaanmed. oonl i a< led • %  : curred b} or on beha if ol ^.i •( .init sfnee tiiiabo> • data •>' sal< Dated al Miami, Florida, on M %  :i ttrd, ]!':.:.. \l\.\ L.BVIN HERMAN I BRETA.N Attoi ne) f"i Mas Lei In ;_' \\ MIL:: .' II -8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREHY filVEN in ,l. di xlrlns : psb Aimltr tli.flctltloUH naiii. nf i. .>. %  I. MT:.\' s sin ip .,: 12* N Ml Ave Intends i Bister -.%  n i with the Clerk "t the Clrcull i ,,i i la Ii Florida. MARVIN TANNEH HERMAN I BRETAN Attornej foi Applicant 71 W Flasler St. I 1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 177712 PEPI SZl'MILOWHKI, Plaintiff, JAN s/.r.MU.i i'.\ SKI. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in JAN SZr.Mll.iiW SKI i I. Ali'lll MO San Nicolas, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina Yi tv ARE HEREBY notified thai a BUI of Complain! foi Dreorce haw been • lied afslnsl you, and you an tqi oil to serve %  i opj ol ) oui Inswei i Pleadini t" --ii>I BUI on the llal attorney, UERMHON s MILLER. \M l in. ..in Road, Miami Beai h, I %  s A .-11 %  T fi!,tilloriginal In thi •i. % %  of Hi.Clerk ui tinClrcull ..ii inbefore the -"Hi >ia\ i.f i 1(56, otherwise the BUI .if I'omplalnt w ill be taken as confessed !>* you Dated ..t Miami. Florida, iliif liih • lav ..I Man h, *;. B LEATHERMAN Clerk "f the Circuit i"" irt, I Mill. -..; %  • i I %  ;i B) It M RICE, JR. IS, ,,li Deputy rierlc I CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL 'in WHOM THESE PK -KN IS SMALL COMK. UIIKETIX'id: Win IRVING CTPEN, MIAMI BEACH, I'M IRIDA ETHEL ABRAMSON, MIAMI BEACH, I LORIDA HARRY H SMITH. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ili.l .in the Njp) day ..f May, A D, I • %  .. cause to be bSOOTPOrated under she provisions f Chapter 60S, Florida Statutes, IRENE sin IPS, INC., poratlon, with its principal plat business at Miami Beach, Dade l ty. in the State <>f Florida, and "ii> as the stockhoMera of sucB con tion iiii on the l'-th day of Mapch, A D to be filed in the office of the Sect etarj of State of tin of l lorlda, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter •08, Florida Stat Inn the din*ohition of su.ii corporation. Now. therefore, thi State doss ii.i ii.> certlf) to, Lh< noiiiK and that lie Is satisfied that the requirements of law hawcomplied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, r i i \,hereunto sel m> .mi have affixed the Seal of it,,star...( i at Tallahassee, the i'. this the Ebrhteenlh .lav Man h AD i; A I'.KAV. S.,-1 (SEAL) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY HIVEN leralffned, ilenlrlnn to .-m: %  under the fii-llti-n: RICH KALES, al 26 N" W 3rd t Miami, l-ioi-i,la. Intends said name wiih the Clerk of the v'aciiit I'OUI t of Dade I'oiiiitv. I-'; .1 \('K REICHMAN ISE \l.l Hole owner C.Ei Utr.E <-1IEKTIVO|-' MI. iMi.ii foi Owner K"7 Olympla BulMlnc, Miami. Florida 3/23 — 4/1-8-16



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, MARCH 25. 1955 18 Women Given 'Valor Awards 1 At Southeast League Convention • 'convention included the Mesdames +Jewisti fhrlctian PAGE 3 B njhicen Sisterhood women were J?2Wom<'H Of Valor" pins at *Cnt conference of the South '^nnch of the National Worn*Jgue of the United Synalut of America. Conference was held Fe* 27 hmwh Mar 1 in Savannah. Ga. *Sent> of KoW •'Women of b,k?awards included Mrs. Freda l!lan of Temple Emanu-El SisLrhood' Mrs. Harry Laufer, Beth vid Sisterhood; and Mrs. Milton %  Lippitz. national vice president if ,he National Women's League "nd member of Anshe Emet Sister. Chicafio. Ill Deigned aa • service pin in %  cognition and appreciation of the „e thought and effort they exited in behalf of their Sisterioods. the award expresses the iih level purpose of Synagogue omen in their devotion to bring fulfillment the aims and purposg of the program of the National lomen's League. Silver award recipients at the f** Mrs. Henry Wernick SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANnVUHUM we wrt to mt u MK um Ito. HI 46159 Miami, Florida S.'c or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 HI 6-9981 tiff INSURANCE NUDS J Metropolitan life Insurance Co. 13200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"of 5 Points" AU'ROUND SHIITON NEWYORK CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE 3-5069. YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE. OR TELETYPE N Y 1-3601 Teletype NY 1-3601 >" • • • Harry Rogers. Temple Bmanuel Sis'terhood; Leon Weinstein, Temple Beth-El Sisterhood. Birmingham Ala.; Henry B. Wernick. North Shore Sisterhood; Harold Rivkind B'nai Israel Ladies Auxiliary. St Petersburg, Fla.; Emanuel Greenstein, Ahavas Chesed Sisterhood Mobile, Ala.; Sanders Tofield Daughters of Israel Sisterhood.' Jacksonville, Fla. ># — Bronze award recipients were the Mesdames Jack Falk, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood: Samuel Ginsberg, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Ira Walsy, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Samuel Weisen, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Hyman Kimerling. Temple BcthEl Sisterhood, Birmingham, Ala.; Bert Sher, Beth David Sisterhood; Myer Sherman, Agudath Achim Sisterhood, Savannah, Ga.; Meyer W. Tennenbaum, Agudath Achim Sisterhood, Savannah, Ga.; Rose Gartner, Daughters of Israel Sisterhood, Jacksonville. Mrs. Freda Newman (left), of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, is congratulated by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, founder honorary president, following her receiving a gold "Woman of Valor" award at the recent National Women's League convention in Savannah. Academy Students Plan Model Seder In preparation for the "Passover holiday, the Parent-Teachers' Association of the Hebrew Academy will hold its annual model Seder on Sunday night, Mar. 27, at the Victor hotel. Mrs. Charles Gertler. president of the Academy's P.T.A., stated that students of the seventh grade will conduct the complete service and will also lead in the singing portion of the Seder. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, will discuss customs and traditions pertaining to the holi! day. An original script, written by Alfred Cosman, social studies instructor at the Academy, based on the Passover story, will be dramatized by the Academy's choral group. Miriam Donnerstag, musical director, will accompany the group on the piano. Introducing the program will be Mrs. Shushanna Spector, instructor at the Academy and chaplain of the school's P.T.A. Gables JWV Auxiliary Honors Outgoing Officers Coral Gables Jewish War Veterans Post 243 Ladies' Auxiliary Tuesday held a surprise dinner at) the Red Diamond Inn honoring outgoing president Mrs. Buddy Logue. In her two terms of office, Mrs, Logue has seen the auxiliary double its memberships. Also honored were newly elected president Mrs. Marion Silverston, senior vice president Mrs. Harriet Bernstein and junior vice president Mrs. Adele Klugerman. Installation of incoming officers will be held in April jointly with other auxiliaries in this area. Class Openings Announced Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School has several openings in the new class in commercial baking for the making of basic sweet dough, Danish pastries and pies. This class operates two nigh;s a week, Tuesday and Thursday, for a total of 60 hours. Donor Party Wednesday Donor card party for Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Monticello Park will be held Wednesday evening, Mar. 30, at the congregation building. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Ruth Lasser, Ann Wexler. Lois Brodsky and Ossie Elfenbein. WY HOTtl 6 UWAID Comfortable Room*? SensibleRate's)~ TV Avoilabl#£ Air Conditioning Central location! fine Food Friendly Hospitality Conventions; Garage (At the Shelton Enjoy the Free, Pool ond Monte Proser's". ;iaVie"l %  E SURE TO R OYAL CREST STO* AT ^ HOTELS :rr— vsr. VJGUST BROS Rv/ L IM the Ok\rt 1 LAND 0 SUN DAIRIES takes pride and pleasure in again announcing that it will be privileged to serve its many Jewish patrons with KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nosb-rco J • .—..... I— Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Congregation Beth Tfilah, Director PHONE JE 1-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS MILK CREAM ICECREAM or order from route salesman



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PAGE 6 A •JmisifkrHiar ""DA Y. MARCH Brandeis Camps Centers for Youth To Live, Practice Jewish Principles By SAM BRAND • The Brand'. • Camp DOB at Bra I feel ^ source of gre.. lather trooj • ter c: tice Louis D E direc• Dr Bardin and her • %  00 ataaaai > fc.ll stitute, while Philip Wain, of Beverij H'lias president in. Oral Brandeis Camp was established in Amher-t N H .md in I eamp was organized in U'interdaie. Pa The latter operI until 1952. when all acti\ were shifted to the Santa Susana p established in 11*47. How ithe Brandeis program supported? In large mea-ure. through an annual campaign, headed this year by Allied Artist* Stu dio Pre-ident Steve Broidy. BO that qualified college students may be given .scholarship In her letter to Dr. B.irdin. Mrs Gilbert concluded with what, we think, best illustrates the Brandeis Youth Found,, kwial mmun.tiert this nation. Let me extend to ^ contributor. „• | lr £. she said. „ur gratitude £, ther honor:,. ; .,„. r *l memory thr•"*! vane* u.arrJW achieving your overall „ h L which at one ol your retw'i1! Uons was superb!;. !unh development of <\, nm gram of positive JewhfclifaJ ed on the ie\ In addition to conventional recreation-such i-u.mming. baseball, tennis and horseback riding, the camp "curriculum" includes dramatic*, prayer music, folk dancing and forums, all keyed to the idea erpreur.g the cumulative traditions of thousands of pa Past seasons have found the Brandeis Camp winning national reeog: an important modern laboratory for the creati testing of rich and colorful pati-ui Zz-.z •nitr* zz^.z ]?zzi:-..,z ::z.r.:r.q sessions at Santa Zzl l ='-: Tony Curtis pointing; came from a \-:e:r.z".:or.z\ Studios to visit his y;.-;e: brc Camp Alonim. With him are Jtt d i nq trorn left Benjamin HayMan oi Jftrmtriij Iwfia Pearl Bush. Mexico; Valerie Lewis. Hawaii end Anzoliah Halimi, Iran In second photo, teenr;e:s attending Camp Alonim. Brandeis junior division which will cper. Am surr.rr.er in g^.s, as well as boys, aged 10 to 17. KBM d::~~:.c srer.e tor camp show with RaiJan Ben-Ari. the [net tuto'a arc— a elector. From left are Stephan Benoff. Emed Gould Ben-Ar: and Michael Balaban. Bottom photo finds sever, z: :r.e 120 men who shared a common experience M Brnnrhifj Camp's fourth National "Weekend of Living : adasl comrr.ur.ity leaders. From leh are Dr. Abraham J. H—chel Professor at the Jewish Theoloqical Seminary oi Amenta; David Tanr.enbaum. former Mayor of Beverly HUM. Cci.: Yokmd D. Markson, prominent businessman; Dr. Shlomo Bardin rc-:oinder and director of the Brcndeis Youth Foundation; Juhus Fligelman. the Institute's chairman :.e board; Warner B:os. film executive Milton Sperling and home builder Louis H. Be BAKERY "lintter Make* it Better" TNF HNIST INGtfOICNTS THE tfST IH SXIU THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH fAHOUS fOR EGG CHAUAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI B Phone JE 17117 fSaccessart f Hchttr'i) ritage live anew An example of originating at E ithorscreer Blankfort's The Spaniard."' based on the life ol V that the script vat available to colleges, community center* and other organ iratir>ns has already brought many requests for per stage the play. Other distinguished writers whose works have been especially created for Brandeis include poetdramatist Norman Corwio and film writer Mac Benoff. Further impetus to the cultural contributiont.. be made at Brar.deiis found in the recent appointment of MGM Studio head Do re Schary as chair man of the Brandeis committee for hich is deto develop new work techniques and artistic appr to modern Jewish i The camp is operated by the iron-profit Brandeis Youth Foundaeaded by Abraham c;.v>dman. New York plastic manufacturer and real estate op, dent, and Dewey D Stone, of Brockton. chairman of the board Officials include .1 J Rifkind. ol Beverly Hills, treasurer: Dr Bardin. secretary and national director; and the following vice presidentLouii H Bog ar. Julius Fligelman and Yoland I) Markson. of Loa Angeles; LOUK Le vine of Boston, and Herman L Weinman of Scarsdale. New York Fligelm;.: chairman of the board of the Brandeis Camp InC-mpltt^r Ak tmWmwti MNSTIH IOSHO %  •• KOSHEI R £ S T A U I A N T ft A Unique Experience im Oinimm f leasart • EIIC A T ESSI Dlkatess(H \% Tike I DINNER FROM SI.50 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. Of POSIT i CITY HAIL MIAMI tttflj Opt-. Di 'I IT to p m. Saturaay St" ST V •t* Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMOOOIE PtAZA, COCONUT MOVE Opn from 11 .nv to 12 p m. Your Hosts— S*ney JacoEt. 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[ffiAV. MARgHjLl^L *Lk3*b£nnrlHtih,r> _! fl t USY Meeting U'nK of tho Temple EmanuRp"er"' l ni,ed s y nagogue L,h will be held on Sunday evejn the u-sembly hall of the | „,„ school. Program will fea, a panel discussion on the sub~ •jnterdating and its Conse PAGE 7 A Institute Program Tuesday B'nai B'rith Institute Home Com ing program will be conducted ; ,t the luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday noon, Mar. 29, at the DiLido Hotel, it has been announced by Michael Sos.sin, Lodge president. Tobias Simon is state chairman for the Institute. Movies will be shown Contest Deadline Annual essay-art contest sponsor eo l y tR e Bu reau of Jewish Eduand a presentation will be made to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-Kl. Gershon S. Miller is chairman of the luncheon committee. $Cf Anril 4th '""' ( n,l '~' s '" two areas: an j essay contest with a minimum of cation for the Jewish schools ov\ Greater Miami enters into its last, 50 words on the sub Je cts uf A week with the deadline set Apr. 4. Great American Jew,"' and an art Prizes are giant Tercentenary contest involving a painting, drawmedals specially designed by the ing or craftwork on the subject of National Tercentenary Committee. "Jewish Life in Miami.' Strictly supervisee 1 by Rabbi J. H Rulbaa *** ^~--Wh. Y u b Y end ** *"" ^ ; ConC entrotea U* ,ted Or*** 9 m f rU iH Ml <*** f r X Qtt -,cW f roxen Asp Br oceo. end Spinach Quick Froztn Asparagus %  ZfJt Quick Frown Spinach '•OOUCTJ Of CINWAl fOOOS Quick Frozen Broccoli



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FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1955 Ipr. Pool in M' mmi li9QCn I Famed Rabbi Dr. David DeSola IPOOI of *e Spanish and PortuK'e Sy-u.R-.gue. New York C.ty 1*111 bo among worshippers at Beth lurid Congregation during SaturL.v morning services, Mar. 26. congregation Shearith Israel was Landed by the first Jewish setK n New York in the year 16S4 nd is now celebrating its 300th tear of continuous existence. +JewistnarkBan PAGE 5 A Tamara Women Plan Linen -Shower Tuesday Mrs. Ted Landesman will be hostess at an annual linen shower and dessert luncheon of Tamara Mizrachi Women in Waldmans hotel on Thursday afternoon, Mar. 24. "Proceeds from these linens will go towards the Yauth Aliyah Fund of Mizrachi Women." Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of the group, said. Mrs. Charles Turk will participate. A special report on the Mizrachi brunch heJd last month will be given by Mrs. Morris Dubler, board member and Mizrachi worker. Mrs. Max Frank will report on the L'JA "Char luncheon and Mizr.ulii \ contribution to the UJA of which she is chairman for the group. Members of the linen shower committee are the Mesdamcs Margules, Levy, Turk, Levitt, Spolter, Herman, Sterstein, Yulish and Gross. flag of Israel Dedicated At Club Saturday Evening Hungarian American Jewish Club will celebrate the presentation and dedication of the Flag of Israel Saturday evening at American Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd ; The Hag was made for the club by Mrs. Louis Weiss.* Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, will deliver Ihe invocation. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Shoiom, will lead the assembly in song. Mayor Harold Shapiro will be the principal speaker. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN ^LAUNDRY S^B ATH ROOM FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. tUML FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast. .. thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right clown the drain! $ O" ASS FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps.



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-ACT 10 A naDAJLMARCHzs I 19 Combined Appeal Leaders Set $35,000 Goal for C-Day Drive 1 A i ;J • %  _--! i H V ta* CMa >S WHAT taboK a do to Mp **v* as* vc ho OWTMJ aad _-* rsztarf Sat** Here Tro*r < tae Greater V. %  • In • >:c ." I ~ F -;i -: \ : — %  %  • -. r > -.-"%  • : : %  ?.. %  •.. r_ %  T-CT* -.MM x >frne* tar -• -, .tew iuo? Mat -' S teaadraD ae itfcan u -.embad BoftI wifl direct ZQOQ wfl %  _* %  v :~ -..-..• %  ; nmd --• aid lb MBtast u s --= 5 ft, %  : • % %  i. %  Vr* •- year 60£ArE tt.AMJ tnaaac • taK amm Students Set CJA Goal at $3,000 He MI MBFight Between Detroit and Natiod] Bond Office Draws Wide Interest B 5C*tS SMOCAX w tfce riii atf Jew* F*jl tMV --E Z€~9Z :;. = ;A HOUSE D*V MX VftJ "-"•r Sandtrcs Terser jcHi i %  : —* i zceat m ~ IIKKSS^I: cat poor = r _; ~~_i_ C-*£*73 XiMI _£ %  ** ss — : i—-mi ET ^7 ~r.;niT 'MINIMI — %  — mmmmak a a ^ncs item w K ••mmmtm. ~ %•%  ""^ — ^** 3 -^^^^ 3 • %  n> =mmamr, T a % %  tal HM ay rnsncn Vw ^mi. ^ ^ ^^^ ^ Places, JB -c rcai ir *rs. 3oi. fan Sfca. M Stoan. Kas £anr =mim. >fcs. 3orw S !" — -f 5ft %  ^^^ ^. 3cra zoa Ms. T| %  %  !" auiai *** *** **T3*. Xnv :•!'



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aiDAY, MARCH 25, 1955 *Jeist ttcr/dHan rfedland Again leads Emanu-EI Samuel Frledland, chairman of e bf ,;, n l and founder of JCpod. fair lores, was reelected presi,1 ci Tcinote BmanuKl at the rmi* nu.il-JKht^eeting of the premium TORwry evening. Nim ,i a > \Tee-presidents for the o'ming year were Ben Binder, fcharleFruchtman, Samuel J. HalL-in. Joseph M Lipton and tenre JTalianoff. Max Bodern anwas namlfl treasurer. Sol Gokli icd ,. an, financial secretary and %  \ !l^ %  HF ;i PAGE 13 B 1 1/I--.1 ItauilKUA TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy gn$rojffie KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Products IL^'crHtyjl • SOOR CREAM • COTTAGE1 CHEESE Place Your Orders with Your Driver or Call 84-4521 6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Samvtl fritilmd In Her an Mechlowitz, recording i hostn as members of the board Sctors for three-year terms Ln H rrj Botteftstein, Bernard S. .nldberg, Joseph L. .offiBin, Harry Koretzky, Samuel Mayidi Abraham Mason. Baron de a Meyer, Julius Kosenstein iiiuil Ja*< n Spui|. s, ven members of the congregation * president and Hebrew Academy officer, receives check of SI.400 from Bruce Landesman, third grade Hebrew Academf Btudent." ^looking on are (left to right) Benjamin Stone, Nathaniel Lauer, Steven Mirmelli. This sum represents the .money raised by Academy students during the four-week campaign for the planting of a grove in Israel bearing the naifce of the Hebrew Academy. Two groves have alre ady bee n .planted in the past two years. Brotherhood i% theme Qomplda and *be/mJaMe effle cfowv M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus A Reserves Ixcetd $3,000,003 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 American Jewish Con gress. Louise-Brandeis Chapter will have a regular dessert-meeting in the Aladdin room of the Algiers hotel, on Monday noon. May. 28. Mrs. Larry Friedlandl president of the group, announces a Brotherhood theme for Jhe meeting. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER TIDT)^ TU73 | Passover Workshop On M< nday, Mar. 28, Beth David M'T A. will conduct a Passover Uurkhop with Habbi and Mrs. Hen0 M..V.Yrmck. BUILDERS OF IMMORTAL MEMORIALS FOR THE pisrt i> rvora JEWISH TRADE loolr for Ihc 2 Story Whit* Buildin, THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charges ^ %  M Sundays Phone 83-0249 Arrangements Completed Arrangements are being completed for the annual dinner of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami, it was announced this week by Mrs. Ruth Uliss. president. The affair will be held May 1 al Waldman's hotel. • Beth Jacob Model Seder P.T.A. meeting of Congregation Beth Jacob was held Thursday. Rabbi Akiva Chill officiated-at the Model Seder. Participating were Ida Lynn, Mrs. J. Gilbert. Mrs. A Beher, Mrs. A. Katz, Mrs. J. Aboulofia and Mrs. S. Sholemuth. WANTED Woman to Remain Overnight with elderly lady from now until May 1st. Will pay small salary. Telephone after 10 a.m. JE 8-7811. Use one carton at a time; then open nexf carton... for matzosascrispas the day they were baked I Jfar... EGG MATZOS Distributed by REGULAR HOME SERVICE b7t ar v "" ,s ,0 your h m r th %  r and more economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED ML0N TENT METHOD DrVl'.''i 11 5 „ Ve r Ou.r.ntee on od or Subterranean Termitea TRUiv N0LEN... ^3iiiMjlllii MIAMI M eiecayne Blvd. 82-6441 MI *M. BEACH ,742 Alton Road 5-3444 1733 N.W. 7th AVENUE GEFILTE FISH • BORSCHT • MACAROONS HI GRADE FOOD CO. PHONE e-8456 MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue AILAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th Slreef Da.de Federal JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth Street BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. EDISON CENTER BRANCH ... 9 A.M. to 12 noon Saturdays ... and 5797 N.W. Seventh Avenue *,. a o a* *" branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 each by the Federal Saving* and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. and EARN dividends twice a year for you at the currant rat* of 3% par annum. Open your account now I RESOURCES EXCEED 70 MILLION DOLLARS • RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE 2 B fjen/stiflcr/cfian FPIDAYJ VIARCH 25, J | Bond Organization Plans to Celebrate Israel Anniversary Jocob Sher To salute the State of Israel on her seventh anniversary, there will be a dinner on Apr. 27 at the Saxony hotel, it was announced this week by Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chairman of the State of Israel Bonds Committee. The dinner will highlight the 1955 campaign here for the sale of Israel Development Bonds. Sher stated that admission to the dinner will be limited to those persons who became members of the honored "Guardian* of Israel." for 1955. The "Guardians of Israel" ll ;i select group of persons who purchase $1,000 or more in State of Israel Development Bonds. Setting up a busy Women's Division program for 1955 is Mrs. Fannie Selig. chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds. Mrs. Selig is confident that the goal of 125 Sponsors of Israel for 1955 will be reached. Already 22 women for this area have enrolled this year. A Sponsor is a woman who purchases $1,000 or more in Israel Development Bonds. HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN t\ ttl^SSOVER GE CAKE MIX, ...end delightful! Makes delicate, fluffy sponge cake that melts in your mouth. So delicious .... and so eaty! Kosher for Passover! 0U1ITZRCPRETEH SO SWEET! SO HEAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its real old-fashioned goodness IGUA INDUSTRIES CO.. INC., CANANDAIGUA. N Y. DlStnfcuttd by WORLD WIDE LIQUOR COMPANY, INC. MIMM, Flerida Mrs. Fermie Selig Ben Essen Guest Speaker At Beth David Men's Club Regular monthly meeting of Beth David Men's Club will be held on Tuesday evening. Mar. 29. in the Beth David auditorium, announced Max Jacobson. president. Guest speaker will be Ben Essen, former president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a trustee of the Hillel Foundation, past master of Hibiscus Lodge and presently serving as Deputy District Grand Master of the 28th Masonic District. Rose Benson is 1955 Purim Queen. Selected by popular teenage vote at the recently conducted Purim carnival of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Beach Branch, Miss Benson was one of 12 contestants for this annual title in which representatives of various teenage clubs here annually compete. TIME PAYMENT PLAN WILL CUT COSTS OF FINANCING • Appliances purchases • Home repairs LOW BANK RATES St MERCANTILE %  -^ B NATIONAL BANK Spring Program Revealed Registration for the spring pro gram at the Greater Miami Jewish Community, (enter Town Branch, is now being taken for adult activ 'lies. This new sprinProgran will include bridy,, uomer, men's gym ac'ivi,,,,, A m ^ and Latin-American dancing. (Mi itaix ICVKM KOSHER for PASSOVER The only Instant coffee so good it has to be locked in the tin! ^, y SL Certified by Rabbi J. M. Charlop and Rabbi S. Reichmon 100% Pure Coffee For Seder Enjoyment G.WASHINGTON'S INSTANT COPFII P? nog* nun %  a KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohtn TETLEY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to %  enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste... served in a glass or cup 1837 Gvaroitteed Kosher-Rabbi Jaceb Cefctn SALT fRii AND SODIUM FREE HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL NO FAT NO s# U Ail VSEB Made with Lew Calorie Rye Fleer ASK FOR IT IN YOUR FOOD MARKET Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 161 N.E. 30th STREET PHONE 2-1051 ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 EXCLUSIVE DISTMBUTOKS OF THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: ££ MERMAN PEARL PAT PEA*



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Le-Vofu/ffeer Your Services In The UMii For life-Dollars On Sunday, Miami's C-Doy Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 29—Number 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS Heiman Myers Ul OF S35J MW SET FOR DOOR-TO-DO OR CANVASS SUNDAY > whined Appeal Leaders Urge Community-Wide Support r T | lc Jewish community is preparing for the Combined Jewish ApI door-to-door drive on Sunday, Mar. 27—heralded as the greatest (pouring ol humanity dedicated to a major philanthropic effort in ; area. .... "C-Day" is Community Day in Miami and Miami Beach, and more in 18,000 Jewish homes will be visited by a volunteer army numbernearly 2.500 men. women and young adults—all dedicated to the liwiili service programs encompassed by the Combined Jewish eal. The two nmimunity leaders who have been hard at work during past four weeks planning this gigantic mass solicitation are Harry Wen. Miami, and Councilman Burnett Roth, Miami Beach. Coal for the one-day drive has been set at $35,000 by campaign Lais. Roth and Gordon have assured campaign chairman Sam J. Sman they ate confident that increased giving on the part of every Irish resident will guarantee achievement of this quota. (Day workers stand in readiness, armed with prospect assign its in their own neighborhoods and prepared to complete each call re (Day is ended, Roth and Gordon revealed. Final instructions given in the volunteers late Wednesday at the homes of some 35 Be leaderhere Majors and captains gathered in small informal [up* In h( ar radio addresses by Heiman on station WQAM and Roth \r WKAT Gordon iunced that the following majors will direct volunteer |; > Miami: Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Hilda Lazaru.v Jerome WeinUrs Samuel Burstein, Joseph Siegel, Joseph A. Rayvis, Marshall ••Jomis, Mrs. Harold Berney, Mrs. I Eugene Schwartz, Charles Spin-'" I garn, Mrs. Nate Spiegelman and : Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg. I -i-On Miami Beach, Holh named these majors to assist on "C Day": Mrs. Joseph Mintzes. llyman Galbut, Kliot Weston. Mrs. Edith BerI ger, Mrs. Edith Broida, Gerahon Miller, Herbert Shapiro, Harold Turk, Mrs. Jack Wein, Mrs. Milton Egypt Stunned by Report; Demands Israel Sanctions As Silence Hits Washington UNITED NATIONS (WNS)—Maincident "could appear as retalijor General E. L. M. Burns, United ation for the spying, sabotage and Nations truce chief in Palestine,! murders for which the Egyptian told the Security Council in a remilitary intelligence service was port here that the recent Egypsaid to be responsible." He said tian-Israeli clash in the Gaza area \ "the recurrence at more or leu I was the most serious one since the frequent intervals of shooting inciI signing of the armistice in 1949 dents along the demarcation line. but that an "honest attempt" by both sides could reduce armistice violations to what he called "an occasional nuisance." The truce chief flew to New York, following a request by the Security Council for a first-hand report. General Burns cited repeated instances of violations by both sides, but in dealing with Israel's countercharges he remarked that the Gaza ? 5: John Foster Dulles regrettable Feller and A. Budd Cutler. "An intense saturation project is contemplated for Miami Beach volunteers," explained Roth. "This means that, in this predominantly Jewish community, each and every resident will be contacted by a "CDay" worker on Sunday, Mar. 27. This is a mammoth job and requires devoted workers who are willing to give three hours of their time on Sunday to accomplish the task." Roth and Gordon have issued a Continued on Pag* 10 A ROOSEVELT TOLD STALIN HE WAS ZIONIST Yalta Papers Reveal Views on Jews Discussed by World War Big Three V fASY 70 MAKE RAPID PROGRESS riles Says Gaza Incident Caused Setback in Relations With Israel; Noncommittal on Future U.S. Course WASHINGTON (JTA) — SecrcP "f State John Foster Dulles I'cated at a press conference week thai the Gaza incident pa a set hack to American plans Pjtend security consideration deFd I'.v Israel. F he Secretary was asked about I Present statui of high-level fmcan-Israel talks, that have %  nth m pro re tot several pis. A. ,, resul| „ f W estern arpgemont, with the Arabs. Israel f sought a guarantee of its terf h ""''-'"> %  and a redress of •oaidncc of power in the region. T Dulles -aid a continuous and ""<> of the situation o„, L"" 1 Wlth a view to H"* : what, if anything, could be r "'S WEEK'S ISSUE [the UN % "'I St. 9 e prlcl N Sh„t, Hollyw.od Mindlin Sotittf Wnhingtaii Scent |done to stabilize the area and establish peaceful conditions. The U.S. studies have been made more difficult, he said, by incidents which create new conditions in the area which require the U.S. to change its time schedule or reconsider certain aspects of the matter. He explained that the State Department was dealing with a situation which is not itself static while it is dealing with it. Therefore, he said, it is not easy to make rapid progress. However, he was hopeful that something I would emerge before very long if the situation remains sufficiently quiet so that the U.S. does not have to put its plans on the shelf. Asked by a reporter if he refer red to a defense guarantee for Israel, the Secretary laid he did not care to elaborate. He revealed thai he and Ambassador Abba Eban had had a continuous and inten in study of the Arab Israel situation with a view to finding out what could be done to stabilize the area." WASHINGTON UTA) — Jewish problems were discussed by President Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston ChurchiM and the late Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin. during the historic Yalta conference which took place in February, 1945, it was disclosed this week with publication of the records of the conference. President Roosevelt told Stalin that he was a Zionist and asked if Stalin was one. Stalin replied that he was one in principle but he recognized the difficulty. The exchange of these remarks was preceded by a statement by President Roosevelt telling Stalin that he had three kings waiting for him in the Near East, including Ibn Saud. Stalin said that the Jewish problem was a very difficult one, that they had tried to establish a national home for the Jews in Birobidzhan but that the Jews had only stayed there two or three years and then scattered to the cities. He said that the Jews were natural traders but much had been accomplished by putting small groups in some agricultural areas. (The New York Times said it was not entirely clear from the text as released why Stalin began talking about the Jewish problem. "A line of asterisks preceding Stalin's statement seems to raise the possibility that one of Stalin's highlevel colleagues may have initiated the discussion of Jews with a statement that has been censored from the published text," the Times said.) Pre conference documents published along with the Yalta records Atr$. Stanley Meyers Named National Council Official Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, ol I Gables, lias baM elected national vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women at a convocation of Council hold in New Orleans this week. revealed that Judge Samuel Rosenman, of New York, one of President Roosevelt's closest advisors, had been assigned a key role in | consideration of the question of punishing German war criminals 'and the problem of attempting to save the Jews in Europe from mass extermination. Judge Rosenman was assigned to work wi(h the Departments of Justice and State on 1 these two issues. The documents also disclosed I that J. W. Pehle, executive director of the War Refugee Board, had advised Secretary of State Edward Stettinius a month before the Yalta 'conference that "recently the War 1 Refugee Board has received severCont inued on Pag* 2 A the much more frequent case* of -BULLETINTKL AVIV (JTA) — Israel press reported late Wednesday night heavy concentrations of Egyptian troops pouring into the Gaza area. The reports, from foreign soiirce-. said that the equivalent of two brigades of regular troops and a special volunteer commando unit had arrived in the Gaza strip while, the U.S. State Department in Washington Wednesday < i ed comment on a report from revealing that Egypt demands th it Israel cede the Negev to the Ar as a prerequisite to Egyptian cooperation with the Western powers against communism. crossing the line b) infiltrators their activities in Israel helped to maintain a state ol greater or lesser tension which." he added, increased by I he emotion created in Israel by the Bat Galim case anil. in January, by the trial in Cairo of 'Jews charged with espionage ami tjie condemnation to death of two 1 of the defendants." Observers at the Security Council were quick to point out that I General Burns' report was not the indictment of Israel it was pictured | to be before the truce chief's arrival. These sources pointed out jthat while the report blamed both sides, it was more critical of Egypt than of Israel. An Israeli spokes* Continued on Pag 2 A P*Z J Ja \ "Thank you in behalf of thousands of men, women and chil%  dren around the world!" says "C-Day" volunteer Mrs. Edith Broida (right) as she receives her first signed pledge-card from Mrs. Morris Goldin, 1140 Alton rd. Open your door and your pocket book, to the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday, Max. 27.