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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY UUME 29—Number 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL 1. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS %  .. ../.,„ rni^L. iE.ii ^L III; lig Three Leads Censure Of Israel At UN Security Council —* ILii.jr. • at %  .. ~ ... _. .. SSATIS FIED WITH OFFICIAL LETTER \oosevelt Will Question State Department Position on Arms Agreements With Arab League I this week that he intends to te in Congress the question of State Department's "clear disnination" against Israel in argemcnts to supply countries in e East with arms from >0R1 RAPPED IA!!egsd Yalta Slcry Denied in Washington United States Delegation takes Position That Gaza Incident Must be Central Issue in Discussions on Near East Areas Security Council adopted a resolution here unanimniK.ii„„_J • ,, tinted Nations konifJSh .h u? th .' Is r, ael a,tack on Gaza as a violation of the cease-fire provisions" and as "inconI > L7\JA obligations of the Israel-Egyptian armistice agreement and the UN Charter. The resolution called upon Israel "to take all necessary measures to prevent such actions." ; „„ lh % res ,," was a(l P ,cd following statements made by the delegations of the major powers, including soviet Union. In their statements the representatives of the United States, Britain and F Lodge referred to the 1950 Tripartite Declaration by the United States, Britain and France and to /ASHINGTON (JTA) — Conquestion would be raised during ksman James Roosevelt indicatconsideration by the House of Representatives of the Mutual Security Program. Rep. Roosevelt said he was completely unsatisfied with a letter sent him Feb. 10 by Assistant Secretary of State Thruston B. Mori ruted States. He sa id the ton on behalf of Secretary John a public statement made by SecreFoster Dulles. That letter was in I ta ry of State John Foster Dulles response to an inquiry by Rep. t nat H the three powers find that Roosevelt expressing concern overi a nv 0I the Middle East states was the imbalance created by military Preparing to violate frontiers or assistance to Iraq and offered %  ar mistice lines, the "Big Three" other Arab states while Israel was | woul(l immediately take action ignored. [both within and outside the United In reply to the State Depart\%£ 0M to prcvent such a viola ment. Rep. Roosevelt said he did I rwinrino h, tw. ne /? adequately responded to his mlani(ion Ambassador Lod em poiitica, q ^ !" ^ %^^\g^$?^*$£ ubingtoB this week area if we arm one side and ignore SoiUdl — ^...w,.*j t.,,^ itpicicniuca ui mc uinni 9uitvBi nniiiiM aim France u'l ,„? yP must be hcld responsible for numerous acts of. violence on the Israel frontier, the western Powers do not consider Israel's retaliatory attack on Gaza justified. not W!VK c s,a .tes delegation made it clear here in diplomatic discussions prior to censure that it did Jl„", tne security Council at this time to discuss Israels counter-complaints against Egypt and that it nn L? VS1 V Un at th s stage t0 probe int0 ,he underlying causes of the border strife. It wants A„J." i %  U .f cons,rl,ed a a n effort to pu>h the Arab States into discussing peace with Israel. American delegate Henry Cabot the other; if we created a military imbalance; if we refuse to recognize threats at their face value; if we continue to condone boycotts and blockades and a flagrant rejection of obligations under the Unitbecome part of the Middle fi little confidence in charges by the U.S. News and World Irt. a weekly magazine, that the I the Yalta papers releasState Department had ed to delete alleged [ remarks" about Jews by Nations Charter," he said. Inlciii Knipsevelt lo „„M;. J.L A delegation of Jewish leaders Co? nirtln Sa hd tha de,eted i m et thiS Week Wi,h Ge0r 8e V. AlELZLSfi ,T S,0ry K S" %  len. Assistant Secretary of State %  ark made alx>ut Jews bv Presi*. T =• %  |Ro..rvelt at a olenarv session I f Ne F Eas f ern Affairs, to purexpressed "our great sympathy" to o Valta Conference^ Febrl'r a d 1 scuss J on f S^fi secur he remark allegedly came S pro I b,em „ b€ 8 u n some me T H •• discussion of possible con hen ewis leaders ca,led at ,he onto the late King Ibn Saud Sta,e De P artmen t The delegation included Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Agency. East community and cease to look upon itself, or be looked upon by others, as alien to this community. "To achieve this." Ambassador Lodge stated, "would require concessions on both sides." New incidents had occurred since the Gaza attack. Mr. Lodge continued. Most recently at Patish. innocent persons had suffered. He pcurc a desired action from li Arabia. The magazine said {according to the record which j Jewish >en deleted: "The President Mr A „ en and other important : ,al ,n f re was nl y one government officials this week atf" he th ught he might t e„ded a luncheon tendered by Isaiul that was to give him \ rael Ambassador Abba Eban in the six million Jews honor of Theodore Kollek, director I'nited States." general of the Prime Minister's .. .Office of the Government of Israel. the bereaved families. "One can for the present conjecture as to the immediate casual connection," Mr. Lodge said, speaking of these incidents. He noted that General E. L. M. Burns, UN truce supervisor, had pointed* out in his report that infiltration from Egyptian-controlled territory, while not the only cause of tension prior to the Gaza incident, had undoubtedly been one of its main causes. "But the Gaza incident has caused tension to mount on both sides, and is all the more to be deplored because it was deliberate," he said. Henri Hoppenot, the French delegate, reviewed the information presented to the Council on the Gaza incident, and said that no proof had been adduced to back up the assertion of Israel that AMBASSADOR ABBA EBAN smiles the enigmatic smile of the diplomat as he whispers to UN truce commissioner Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, who arrived irom Israel to present an on-thespot report of the Gaza incident at the UN Security Council. PRICE OF PEACE: CONTROL OF NEGEV Sharett Protests Shocking Murder Of 24 by Grenades, Guns Emptied Into Wedding Party Near Border JERUSALEM (JTA) — Premier Israel Government's views on a Moshe Sharett summoned the Am-' statement last week by the Egypbasadors of the United States and tian Minister for National GuidBritain to his offices here this week ance, Major Salah Salem, to the and protested to them against the effect that Egypt would be willing killing of one young woman and to line up with the Western Powthe wounding of 23 men, women ers in a regional defense arrangeand children at the Israel settlement in return for control of the ian forces had penetrat ment of Patish, 12 miles inland £*2£j~g*g**J* \ Isra f' territory and tta k d | £rom the Gaza strip frontier, last understood 0 y „ ave told the two first. The Gaza action, he said, ap-, Thursday night by a band of Egyp pcared to be a military action, de-1 liberately planned and carried outran marauders. by regular Israeli forces. I The Premier also expressed the FINAL IMPLEMENTATIONS MADE Q\ JTHER IN ISRAEL SON rN CONGRESS: Mrs. Eleanor Psevelt visits a Joint Distribution Committee old age home |athanya, Israel, where she examines handicrafts made [residents there. In Washington. California Representative Pes Roosevelt this week revealed his intention of raising the f Uoa of the U.S. State Department's "clear discrimination.'' Bonn Passes Indemnity Regulations BONN (JTA)—The third and final of the basic implementation regulations to the Federal Indemnification Law for individual claimants has been approved without change by the upper house of the West German parliament 20 months after the law itself was adopted. The new regulation affects only those who were residents of West Germany prior to the onset of Nazi persecution. Under its terms, a Nazi victim is entitled to a specified amount of compensation if his employment was terminated, his professional career Ambassadors that the U.S. and Britain had some responsibility in the matter of Maj. Salem's statement because they are pressing the regional defense arrangements. The attack on Patish came during the celebration of a wedding of young Shmuel Kalami and Simcha Shemass, both recent immigrants from Persia. Several hand interrupted or his business wreckgrenades were tossed into a group ed due to discriminatory mea* 3 dancing persons and then a sures taken because he was Jew-, Sten gun was emptied into the ish. Property losses are not covgroup. The bride and groom were ered by the present regulation, not near the dancers at the time which deals solely with "impair: a nd escaped injury, ment of the utilization of workj An Israel army unit was rushed ing power." j to the area almost immediately and For loss of earnings due to Nazi set off in pursuit of the marauders, persecution, both employees and employers may claim lump-sum compensation up to a maximum of $6,000 In lieu of his lump-sum compensation, an eligible Nazi victim, provided he can no longer earn his living, may choose a monthly pension. IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE Books Editorial Global Shorts Hollywood Letter from Israel Mindlin Religious Directory Society



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TH1DAY, A PRIL 1, 1955 +Je*lstifhr*Uairi Women's Division Announces 1955 Quota Nearing End PAGE 3 A —* Combined Jewish Appeal Worn •n's Division this week announced lhat they had attained 89.8 percent 0 ( their 1955 quota. As of last week, gifts in excess nf $140,944 had been received town* the quota of tS7,Q<*>. The only' other c'amJJBlgn division to *Pjm*ch q0is.th* Winter Residents group, which recently tied the Women's Unit with an identical percentage achievement of 89.8 percent. These two units lead the campaign at the present time, according to Sam J. Heimao, campaign chairman. A concentrated cleanup campaign in the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division is being launched this week covering all units, it is announced by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, chairman. As some of the top level Women's Division leaders left here for an extended trip to Israel, the various units organized into small, compact, solicitation groups in a closing effort to reach their goal. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, honorary chairman of the Women's Division, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, are all enrout to Israel personally to convey a message from Greater Miami Jewry about the success of the annual fund drive here which supports so much of the resettlement, health and welfare work of the *w state, Mrs. Simonhoff revealed. Named by Mrs. Simonhoff to direct the cleanup are the various chairmen who headed the important fund' raising functions in the Women's pivtaMn. <*W Include the Mesdrnncs Aaoir Fair, chair man of Sponsors; Moe Feingold, chairman of the "Year Event;" Louis Goldman, chairman of Coral Gables; and Sol Silverman, chairman of the "Chai" luncheon. "We are specially proud of the extra contribution of time and energy made by our Women's Division on 'C-Day' in the door-to-door drive," said Mrs. Simonhoff. "We are confident that if every woman makes a plus gift this year, we will easily pass our goal of $157,000." Assisting the function chairman in making personal contacts are the Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Morris Alpert, Sam Blank, Arthur Burrell, Aaron Farr, Moe Feingold, Louis Glasser, Louis Goldman, George Goldberg, Aaron M. Kanner, Leon Kaplan, Sidney Lefcourt, Jean C. Lehman, Irving Lehrman, Samuel Lipton, Joseph Lipton, Frances C. Miller, Stanley C. Myers, David Phillips, Matilda Ratner, Sam Rost, Sol Silverman, Milton Sirkin, Samuel Simonhoff, Fannie Selig, Carl Welnkle, Leonard A. Wien, Donald Rubin and Frieda Kalstein. Additional aid is being received also from Mrs. Arthur Burrell's volunteer service committee organized two weeks ago for the purpose of building a year-'round service corps in Federation. The following committee will be engaged in cleanup activities under Mrs. Burrell's direction: the Mesdames Rose Barber, Irving Cypen, Mae Efseroff, Edna Heller, Sara Holland, Lily Hutt, A. H. Grossman, Herman Jacobs, Benjamin Kline, Robert S. Levy, S. H. Mark, Alyce L. Mayne, Sam Mayser, Harry Polakoff, Morris Quaker, Harry Simonhoff, Joseph S. Sloan and William A. Weintraub. Rabbis Urge Children to Attend Passover Services Representative spiritual leaders and especially important for chilof the Greater Miami Rabbinical dren-to demonstrate their unity lio." o ** o Bti Under Management and Ownership of CARL WEINKLE, AARON WEINKLE and LEO "Chick" CHAIKIN Continuously Since 1935 FREE Prompt delivery LARGt PASSOVtR StLECTlON This PASSOVER serve ISRAEL WINES! a n u ri What better feeling n m t L cou j d there fae than to use the wine of Israel at your Seder $149 SACRAMENTAL GRAPE WINE 15.95 Case of 12 FIFTH ManischewiTZ and Moqen David Available at All Stores Mt. 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PAGE 4 A +Jeistirhridlatri_ Published every Friday ilnee 1927 by the Jewish Florid.an at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1, Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March S. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity • nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World, wide News Service. Na'tional Editorial Association, Amir. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi wJenist flcridiciti OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 nun The Jewish Floridian does not u l an,e h 04 the merer,;. rar tl—d Tn U oolumaa. K.if h SUBSCRIPT One Year S3.00 ON RATES Two Years FRIDAY, Arair^nrr i ja i aiaiai i ai ~" %  %  %  %  — — — ^ P^—^ M — — —n — %  ,„ a n, During The Week ... A %  s e i c By LEO MINDLIN Nisan9. 5715 Still No Change in Critical Spot No one can properly tell if the troubled situation on the Israel-Egypt border has relaxed or not. On the one hand, there are continuing reports that strong man Col. Nasser is pouring Egyptian troops into the Sinai Peninsula. This is aggravated by the fact that Secretary of State Dulles last week announced his "fear" for future U.S.-Israel relations. Mr. Dulles explained that the status between the two governments had decidedly deteriorated in view of the Gaza incident. Although his remarks came well before truce supervisor Gen. E. L. M. Burns' report to the United Nations, Col. Nasser took Mr. Dulles at his word and the occasion, itself, to hurl new threats of retaliation and war against the Jewish State. I THINK we are sometimes prone all of us to make a most grievous £ S : ss.oo error I refer to the manner in which, on^occasion, we apply a nervum — '— microscope to the genealogy of a noted .personality with the specific Friday, April I, 1955 hope of discovering at least one Jewish antecedent, however remote Volume 29 Number 13 among his forebears. If we are successful, all reason is lost the s top are pulled out from under, and off we go on a strange tangent. The personality involved, whether he be in the arts, sciences, politics or an historic figure of rare reputation, is suddenly in for reexamination The unfortunate thin* about this kind of spiritual chauvinism is that it often yields mediocre fruit Grnvelfijhg for a name to call "one's own" makes of the sch I n ho indulges himself in this regard nothing less than foolhardy. I; he is to der among Arab ranks, the results of which are be consistent with his purpose, he must insist upon the Jewishness of a still unmeasurable. Presenting an "ultimatum" Lazar Kaganovitch or a Lavrenti P. Beria, for_example, as readily as he to th West Eavpt has placed as its price for is willing to broadcast the Jewishness of an Offenbach or a Meyerbeer. 1U ,, T r • •£ .at.i !" ot iho Npnfv There can be no discrimination here; else the scholar whose specialty peace -in the Near East the ,return of *e Negev ; e ^^e^estion-both of his method as well a' 0 2 -wen over fifty percent of Israels territory., ^^ ^ as>umuv£ |hat ne brings he objecMvity 0 his ^ t JJ Further, Egypt's leaders have threatened ae ls ^ hallmarfcof respectable scholarship and shows no fear of identifectiOQ, from the Western camp if their demand < -fteat4i<>n with What are now two contemptible Russians, what, precisely is not met. harte added to his heritage by emphasizing his kinship with the FrenchMore than anything else, this emphasizes man or the German?. the total unreliabiPty of the Arabs as partners For, certainly Offenbach and Meyerbeer are mediocrities ;:i mu-ical ~iiWlo r-4.miinit nnnTMqinn — the arteven if the latter assumes proportions of genius compare! to the against possible !" m !" ^ 9 **? hSs been *> !" In this case. then, spiritual chauvinism merely succeeds ground on which our government has been ^^ ^ jhe foW {wo scoundrels Md (wo thjrdraters Apar fr ^ operating to rationalize its questionable roie (h ^ p (|1RVilon ,. ^juai chauvinism, itself, makes me suspicious. in the Middle East. Whether it is dignified or even valid as a method begs the Israel Ambassador Eban will have much to' more serious drawback is that it invites the charge of inferioril \ tell us here in Greater Micmi when he appears; people thoroughly apprised of its contribution to history need not dig On the other hand Gen Burns' report to the at a dinner sponsored by the Southeastern ReamoiiK the fragments of tortured humanity to come up with the degion of the Zionist Organization of America in lectable discovery that V had a Jewish great grandfather or that Y.'s ? T, i „ T _i c „.,, r j„„ -wo mother wa* Jewish until her tenth year, when she converted. honor of Rabb. Irving Lehrman Saturday evef do ^ ^ {o ^ ^^ Q{ & scnolarshi ning at the Fontainebleau hotel. On Ambassaukej jn(Q accoun( the Jewjshness of a Freudi Kafka E i nste i n % ven dor Eban's shoulders squarely rests the awe(he baptjzed c.ustav'Mahler, for example. In the cases of each ol these some responsibility of engaging in diplomatic men j U( jaism has. at one time or another, played a pivotal role I am skirmish both with the Western Big Three — merely opposed to the irresponsible tactic of foraging among the whose attitude toward the Jewish State is largeshadows of experience in order to confirm the Jewishness of personally shaped by an ambiguous U.S. foreign policy ties many of whom, incidentally, would prefer if they could to remain —and with the Arab League. > n tnc anonymity of what they consider a safe. Christian world. What he will have to report may very well cast some light on a rapidly evolving situation. Security Council sharply rebuked Arab policy in the Near East and laid the blame fqr the troubled situation squarely at the feet of League leaders. This surprised not only Egypt but the U.S. State Department, as well, which was not at all prepared to see its new proteges reprimanded. So that, generally, one can only speak in relative terms when it comes to evaluating the Near East situation. It is certainly better than it was several days after the announcement of the Gaza skirmish; it is certainly no worse than it has been during the past few years. It seems to us that one may measure progress there only in minute degrees. Israel and the Arab nations advance or fall back in the eyes of world opinion—and this, significantly, means Westem opinion—by the manner in which one or the other reacts diplomatically, not militarily, to any given provocation and to the effects of provocation on the major powers. Kibya, the Scorpion Pass massacre, the Bat Galim and Suez question and now Gaza—these have been the principal testing grounds on which both parties have had to prove their mettle. Certainly, Egypt lost prestige as a result of Gaza. For one thing, the Burns report to the Security Council stunned the Arabs, who had expected—and despite the report demanded— sanctions against Israel. For another, their keen disappointment forced a diplomatic blunSight Conservation Week Brandeis University—A Set of Ideals Miamians interested in the progress of Brandeis University are meeting this week to pay honor to its president. Dr. Abram Leon Sachar. Brandeis opened in 1948 on its campus in Waltham, Mass.. as the first nonsectarian instied for the late Supreme Court Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis, the university is open to all peiscfts^witnoxri teJgard to race, color or religloue-affBiation. As a result, Brandeis University, during the few short years of its existence, has drawn— both for its faculty and student body alik< upon the best that the American community at large has to offer. The result of this policy is Florida Council for the Blind has revealed that about 22.000 Americans will become blind during the course of 1955—half of them needlessly. This is a pretty startling piece of information in light of the fact that man considers sight one of the most important of all his senses. For this reason. Gov. LeRoy Collins has set aside Apr. 3 to 9 as Sight Conservation Week. Purpose of the observance is to emphasize for Floridians the need of guarding their eyesight throughout the year. In addition to restating the fact that we must be on constant guard against loss of or damage to our eyes through negligence, we can, during Sight Conservation Week, draw attention to the importance of protecting and improving vision. This is especially important for parents of children because about 85 percent of whaf a child learns depends upon his sense of sight, rffih Mrs. Stanley Myers Elected Miami is honored by the recognition given Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, when she was last week elected national vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women at a biennial convention of the women's organization in New Orleans. This high office comes to Mrs. Myers following years of work she has devoted to Council both on the local and national scene. The vitality and knowledge she has brought to numerous organizations in her capacity as a leader here and throughout the nation are a measure of the kind of devotion she will bring to her new duties as vice president of Council. Once again Miami Jewry has been called upon to give its leadership to the American scene. j M SEVERAL WEEKS ago. Olin Downes, music critic for The New York Times, discussed the life of Felix Mendelssohn and concluded that Mendelssohn might have achieved greater artistic accomplishment had he not denied his religion. Mr. Downes' argument was that Mendelssohn's early works are more nearly masterpieces than his last and that they were composed at a time when the young artist had not yet denied the impact of his Jewish tradition on his aesthetic conscience. Subsequently, Mr. Nathan Ziprin, of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, defended himself against the charge that he had overlooked the eightieth birthday of "the great Jewish artist Fritz Kreisler" by obI serving that he "just ignored it because there was no sense in pursuuv tution of higher learning in the Western Hemi-, a creature who nas p^^ently evaded Jewish association through tS sphere to be founded by American Jewry. Nam-, ye ars" and that "it is questionable whether one who can sink to denying his antecedence can rise to heights in art." To begin with. Mr. Ziprin's defense is valid. There is, indeed, no sense in insisting upon the Jewishness of Fritz Kreisler if Mr. Kreisler, himself, has denied it. Unfortunately, his use of the term "creature "as a synonym for the violinist sets the negative tone lor-Mr, Ziprin 's ensuing remark, causes him to fair precisely into that trap of non-nhjectivity about which I spoke before and thereby negates the validity of his original position. When Mr. Downes says that Mendelssohn's rejection of Judaism must lie at the root of his ultimate emergence as a great second rater." he is dealing with a personality who, for many years of manifest: Its students are already taking their his brief life, wrestled with his tradition and its meaning to him. Paplaces high in the ranks of numerous fields of ternal pressures to reject Judaism were as firm upon him as were the endeavor. Having set itself to develop the whole man— the sensitive, cultured, open-minded kind of citizen—who is intellectually aware and who is concerned about an ever advancing society, Brandeis is rapidly evolving as a major institution of higher learning. Its president. Dr. Sachar. has had a good deal to do with Brandeis' manifold achievement during its few years of existence. Miamians who gather to do him honor are paying their respects to an individual an institution and a set of ideals the realization of which can mean much for America. OR BREAK UP ISRAEL paternal pressures upon a Franz Kafka, for example, to identify completely with it. Whether, like Mr. Downes, we look upon it as a negative artistic force or not. Judaism nonetheless played af active role in Mendelssohn's creative conscience. Now, Mr. Ziprin was clearly impressed with the ccgcnce of Mr. Downes' argument; indeed, he recently took the occasion to comment upon it. But his observations on Fritz Kreisler merely repre-ent a sequel upon which he has hung his spiritual chauvinism. The differences in method and intent of both these gentlemen are thus manifest Primarily, there is the use of language. Mr. Downes was not impelled to employ the degrading terms "creature" and "sink." For he was not outraged by what the spiritual chauvinist must look upon as betrayal of tradition. Mr. Ziprin's choice of words, on the other hand!, emphasizes his fierce cultural pride, which here assumes an intellectual', indefensible position. One may, with intelligence, speak of the impact of txadfttor upon art. The critics of our own day are. as a matter of fact, itrongh influenced by the poet T. S. Eliot, whose essay, "Tradition end the Individual Talent." advances the thesis that cultural heritage must perforce shape the stuff from which the artist is made and that*"man without an identifiable tradition — if such be possible — is a man unable to create a valid aesthetic experience. In this regard. Felix Men del -


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PHIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955 Seder at Beth David Sunday morning, Apr. 3, children „i the Beth David religious school will participate in a model seder The affair is sponsored by the Sisterhood under the chairmanghip „| Mrs. Ida Hartz, who rs celebrating her 80th birthday and her 20lli anni versary as Synagogue ^JewlstincridUar PAGE 5 A AMicoi Students Plan Dance The University of Miami's Student American Medical AMOCJ* tion will hold its first annual dance in_the Floridian hotel, Apr. 2. mother of Beth David. Over 500 children will enact the rituals and participate. Fred Banul will direct the Seder. To Submit Officer Slate Nominating" Committee of the Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy Association will present its slate of officers and diectors for the coming season, at its next regular meeting Apr. 4, at the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic. 1612 SVV 1st st. Mrs. Elsie Holston was, appointed chairman of this | committee. Elected to serve with I her were Mrs. Alfred Lustig, Mrs. Herbert Hodes? Mrs. Harry Rappo,•port and Mrs, Jacob Chlap. Dance Scheduled April 23 North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a dance at the Biltmore Ter/ace hotel, Apr. 23. Judge Gertler to Speak Judge Charles Gertler, Miami Beach Municipal Judge, will be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge on Tuesday noon, Apr. 5, at the DiLido hotel, as announced by Michael Sossin, Lodge president. His subject will be "Bigger and Better Mouse Traps." COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER nosrt -iiD3 ?MtMt \ Certified Kosher for Passover by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America BE A STAR HOUSEWIFE Everything you need for PASSOVER CLEANING $FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula Fab contains More Active Ditl Remover than any other leading product, pfus-nol one, but two —of tha most effective whiloning ingredients j-ver discoveredl Yot Fab is actually milder to hand than leading floating soaps. Oet several boxes for Passover. 2§?AJAX FOR; POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, parrs, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drainl Boy two cans for Passover —one for the kitchen, and one for the bathroom! #VEL FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEI makes your Passover dishes shine without washing or wiping—don't wash, just soak, don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Bum" to hands with VEl. Oet a fresh new box for Passover.



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i PAGE 6 A *.L~iUncr*Jk>r FRIDAY. APRn. i ,„„ KOSHER FOR PASSOVER not* -, Jake LcMotta. former middleweight champion of the world and now a local resident, shows Oxford School students his famous two hands which brought him the world championship. Left to right, seated, are Martin Mechlowitz. Beverly Stein. Judy Brower. Danny Cassel. Dunne Fromm Tommy Cassel. Bernard Blum. Herbie Asch. Larry Chason. Jackie Kaufman. Larry Hoffman. Michael Schwartz. Stephen Bloom. Alter Doll. Standing are Lloyd Madansky. Sheila Ploxin. Gail Posner, Kathy Cassel Joy Clifton. Dorothy Carter. Louisa Blum. Jacqueline Fialk. A.' M. Cassel. Coach Sid Javer wa s instrumen tal in bringing the boxing program to Oxford, j day to constant harassment by; the Arab nations which are unwilling to negotiate a true peace, he declared. The male population of I-rael ii on the con.-tant alert for attacks, he said, and every man is required to serve a period of military training in preparation for any unexpected onslaught or emergeny Months ago. he had wit! an Arab sniper shoot down a man returning from High Holiday sen icein the City of JeruLevinioo's Food Specialties—Sole Distributer 2402 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Pri. J.7791 Restaurant Owners Hear Report Keynoting Israel's Austerity A g i teard Lou:v New V %  • -aurant ribe 'he living pattern ;n rr Easel aa slow | ler.ial Addrc—ing the group this week. %  nd B.:. Beach, in behalf of the Combined Jewiat Appeal. Shapiro de-enbed the miraculous n the new democracy during the past five year* He told -truction of new home* and development of industry aided and financed by the contributionof American Jewry', and of the expanded programs in >cientific agricultural and rehabilitation conducted through the United Jewish Appeal. However, Israel is subject day by 4 salem. EMERGENCY If you ore o Jew who is proud of Israel, where there are no pogroms or concentration camps. If you are proud of the orphans and homeless Jews who are finding new hope. If you have the courage to stand up against murderers and night raiders who are seeking to destroy Israel. Tfff-.Y CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES 2319 CORAL WAY cordimlly imrittt fee fe %  IbOtaf • •weyeWOFwr SIIVKIS HELD DAILY 7:30 A.M. TODAYS :M P.M. SATOtOAYS 1:30 A.M. end 6 P.M. AN IMPORTANT MESSA( In 1953. W. Keith PhilliDs was selected by the). B'nai B'rith organization to receive their award as the outstanding man in Dade County. The award wit well deserved by this man who. for 28 solid yeajs. has served the_ Greater Miami area in every conceivable civic and welfare activity, regardless of religions affiliation. For 18 years, too, W. Keith Phillips has ably and faithfully served as a member of the Coral Gables City Commission — with two terms as Mayor, two as ViceMayor. On April 12th. Coral Gables hold an election to replace three, a majority, of Its City Commission. To you readers who live and vote in Carol Gables, the importance of retaining W. Keith Phillips on that city s Commission cannot be too strongly emphasized. His vast experience, bis level-headed presence ail thai Commission. Is your firm sec urit y that the basic policies that mads Coral Gables the fins city of today, will not be changed. On April 12th, cast a ballot for good government—pull Lever 8-A for W. Keith Phillips. (I'd. Pol. AdT.) You will be among the many public spirited Jews who will be at the Fontainebleau Hotel this Saturday, April 2nd, to hear Ambassador Abba Ebon speak at the Rabbi Irving Lehrman testimonial dinner. rr CALL NOW !-JE 8-3861 $100.00 Per Plate or send your checks to: Zionist Dinner, 600 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Ittitnil Israel with Your Dollars! GIFFEn SUBCONTRACTORSPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & TILE V ENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN S OLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELECTRICAL BOOSTER S FOR 2Sk YEARS 2caUU


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/ PAGE 8 A **/<#> Hcrktian Rosalyn Morris Becomes Mrs. Henry Frank in Sunday Services at DiLido Hotel The former Rosalyn Morris became Mrs. Henry H. Frank in services Sunday afternoon. Mar. 27. at the DiLido hotel. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Israelite Center spiritual leader, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy M. Morris. 2645 S\V 34th ct.. Miami. Mr. Frank's parents are the Gerard Franks, of New York City. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a bridal gown of white nylon tulle, featuring an apron front and long-sleeved jacket of chantilly lace. Her veil was of tulle sprinkled with stephanotis. She carried a white orchid placed on a traditional bridal Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Burton Aronson, sister of the bride. Mrs. Melvin Morris, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Erwin K. Frank, the cousin's groom from New York, were bridesmatrons. Ushers included Melvin Morris, the bride's brother. Erwin K. Frank, cousin of the groom, and brother-in-law of the bride Burton Aronson.Newlywed Mrs. Frank attended the University of Miami and Cornell University She is past president of Pistnct 5 B"nai B*rith Young Women. Home Economics Club at the U of M and Home Eco-; nomics Graduate Women at Cornell She was also a member of Omicron Nu and Sigma Delta Epsilon at Cornell and the American Dietetic Association. Mr Frank attended the University of Buffalo and is a member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and Central Virginia Engineers Club He served with the US. Army. Following a dinner at the Di Lido, the couple began a motor tour through the Southern states They will live in Petersburg, Ya where Mr. Frank is an electrical engineer with the Allied Chemical and Dye Co. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Frank. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moms. Tampa. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Egon Meyer. Mexico City: Mrs. Morris, Simmons. Athens. Ga.; Conrad Frank. Chicago: Dr. and Mrs. Lewis 1 Berner and daughter. Roberta. Gainesville. Fla.: Mr. and Mrs. ; Raynelle Lax and daughter, Betty,' Hollywood. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Becker, Hollywood: and Mr and Mrs. Erwin Frank, New York. TODAY, APRIL i lat Former I'M Students Will Live in Miami Miss Barbara t. Kesten Barbara Kesten, Leon Lann Will Marry June has been chosen as the time for the wedding of Miss Barbara j Elaine Kesten and Leon A. Lann, whose engagement was announced Sunday. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kesten. 1040 6th st.. is a | graduate of Miami Beach High School. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Lann. 1018 Meridian ave. He was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. j He now is a postal clerk. Miss Janice Waits Janice Waitsman Lieutenant's Fiancee Janice Waitsman is now the fiancee of Lt. Akin Rabuskha. She is the daughter of Mrs. Alice Waitsman. 10 Carmona ave.. Coral Gables, and the late Herman Waitsman. Lt. Rabushka's parents are the Louis Rabushkas. University City, Mo. Miss Waitsman attended Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami. Lt. Rabushka attended schools in University City and the U of M. He is a graduate of Washington University at University City Mis fraternity is Zeta Beta Tan. No date for their wedding has been set by the betrothed couple. Rubins are Hosts Mr. and Mrs Simon Rubin. 6465 Pinetree Drive Circle, were hosts at a dinner dance in their home j Thursday evening, honoring Mr. \ and Mrs. Emil Adelaar. of Park ; ave.. New York. Some 65 guests ; attended. Greene, Siegel Will Live in Cincinnati Miss Janet Greene carried a white leather Bible received for her confirmation when she married Selwyn Siegel at the Brass Rail Restaurant in New York City Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Robert Blumstein performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Samuel Arthur Greene, 4701 SW 4th st.. and the late Mr. Greene. Mr. Siegel's parents are Mr. and %  Mrs. Irving Siegel. of Kew Gardens, N.Y. The bodice of Mrs. Siegel's gown was of pink lace with a nylon tulle skirt over pink taffeta. Mrs. Norman E. Greene, sisterin-law of the bride, was her matron | of honor. Clarence Siegel, uncle of the bridegroom, was his best man. Ushers were Sid Zemsky and Leo Alt man. brothers-in-law of the bridegroom, and Donald and Warren Greene, brothers of the bride. The bride was given away by her mother and her brother, Norman E. Greene. After a dinner at the restaurant, the newlyweds left for" a trip to the Nevelle Country Club, Ellenville, N.Y. They will live in Cincinnati. Mrs. Samatl I. Ntvel Tour of Florida followed the Mar. 20 wedding of. tu > former University of Miami student. Miss Marsha A. Marinoff and Samuel JJ. Nevel. They were married at 5;30 p.m. in the Green room of the Trocadero restaurant. Miami Beach, by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Marinoff, 915 SW 7th. st. Mr. Nevel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nevel, 1401 SW 5th'j st. Mrs. Al Finkelstein, sister of the bridegroom, and Joseph A Nevel, a brother, were attendant i A wedding dinner was serve i [or 40 friends and relatives. The couple will live at 3178 SW 25th ter. Mrs. Hartz Feted Mr. and Mrs. Harry () South Miami ave., tendered ception Sunday afternoon in or of the 80th birthday of M J. Hartz. Mrs. Gordon More than 350 persons ;'*t. Mrs. Hartz is a pioneer Mi and has been an active mem Beth David Sisterhood for th 25 years, among her man;, communal endeavors. rdon, a n> ho r.| / ibct %  led, j i>erri e past Mrt. weary H. Freak YOUR PASSOVER CANDY • The only candy made in this area bearing the label: KOSHER FOR PASSOVER SHIP YOUR HOLIDAY MEMENTOS NOW AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH Pierre's Passover Candy may be obtained at your favorite Fruit-Gift Stores Holland. Gardiner Troth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry, of Biscayne Point Circle, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Joan B. Holland, to Robert H. Gardiner, son of Mrs. Shirley Gardiner and the late Jay Gardiner. New York City. Mr. Gardiner attended the Peddle School and also graduated from Columbia College. He is a concert producer, and is very active in the modem music field. The couple plans a mid summer wedding. Adlers Hack From Cuba Honeymoon Miami Beach is home for Mr. and „Mrs. Mel Adlef, following their honeymoon in Tuba'. They were married Mar. 13 in the home of Mr. Adler's uncle.,and. aunt. Mr. aiid Mrs. JackrVanman, 2808 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Associate municipal judge, Charles Gertier. perfcrmed the ceremony. The bride is the former Renee Ozut, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ozut, Perth Arahoy. N J. Mr. Adler's parents are the Joseph Adlers. of New York City. Mrs. Florence Halper and Joseph Adler. cousins of the bridegroom, attended the couple. : MAH J0NGG SETS 29.50 J I Con,aim 164 citalin tiles, bettor, 5 J % torolin racks, Chines* Meaty, dies, j % ami instruction sheet. Cast ceveraa % w.:tfc Alligator ilmulotea leatherJ J colors cf Irewa, Rea, Green ar %  I.e. Call 82-1241. M. BAIOCAS, 1711 % s.w. Mth man nu HA. CANTOR WtSHCS POSITION rOt PASMVH Se> duriwi ana Service*. Aisa eaterteie. Known far his exaaricace ia this liaM. last rtfaroaces. Call JE MS42. WANTID-A AUMKaT COKUE TO Shore 6-Room Home with • wttWW. lent reunite. rfc. lea, liters—Haa. tttflklawl 1-0175. 3134 S.W. 25th Terrace. Represents Hialeah Carol Ann Goldstein. 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein. 1920 NW 134th st.. represented Hialeah Miami Springs in a two-day music evolution contest last week. Carol is a piano student of Mrs. Harold Robin, 1936 I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Black, of 1681 Daytonia rd. Miami Beach, announce the arrival of their daughter. Bonnie, on Mar. 27 at Mt. Sinai Hospital. HERBERT S. UVIN, DOS SUITI 412414 D.rONT .IDG. L F. J0RDAIN, DOS T %  ••*-*• "ethMthja Mart* 24th, %  Win care a*, treatment at his %  •Moat. 4whMj his recall h* %  %  Mary tank*. GENE TROOP ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER YOURSOH;*.^ PH. Jl I-337S swOtDAN STUDIO 14th ST, AJUA4I HAOI



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APRIL L 1955_ iMissI.cvinc Plans V\e\v York Ceremony V n A nnc Lcvine, daughter of a L Zr Princeton full back, is planKa fall elding to Jesse Abt, of L, York CityViss Levine is a graduate of Mii Beach High School and attend" Semple School in New York. i s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H (Bruce) Lcvine, 3421 North Kjeridian ave. f Mr Levine is a graduate of Princeton University where he was varsity fullback from 1928 to |930. Miss Lcvine is the granddaughter |r William Brandt, who brought bout the merger of 115 theaters hc FOX Metropolitan Playhouse. Be b associated with the operaEon of the Brandt circuit in New fork City. i Mr Abt attended The Music and Irt School and City College of New fork. He is an advertising execu%  and a member of the Air Force rve. He is the son of Paul Abt Mrs. Murray Rugover of New City. I Mr. Abt will be a house guest at Ac Miami Beach home of the bridefeet's parents during the holidays. I Miss C'una Cohen, who attends )e University of Florida at Ga.ineslle, is coming home Apr. 7 to end the holidays with her parits. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cohen. Irs. Cohen is president of the Dora bin Sisterhood of the Israelite lenter Cuna is past president of Wet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young fomen. Coming with Cuna will • Shirley Winston, her guest dur; the spring vacation. ^tncrkjfkin PAGE 9 I SALESMAN I TO SELL TOYS AND NOVELTIES. [ Established territory. Must have %  knew city. Salary and car allowance. 35, Fla. P. O. Box 502, Miami Typist Will Type Your Letters EVENINGS 25c A LETTER. 5c A POSTCARtJ. Also tutoring, violin and viola instruction $2 per hr. Charlotte Spiro, 1759 S.W. 5th t., near 17th Ave., Flagler & the Trail. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.I. 5th St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG, Owner Former Miamian Plans June Elites A former Miamian, William M. Moldoff, and Miss DOris Elaine Johnson, of Canandaigua, N.Y., will be married in June. Mr. Moldoff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Moldoff, 1725 SW 16th ave. He is a graduate of the Iowa State University and the University of Miami Law School. A research fellow at the University of Michigan Law school, he is now on leaVe from the editorial department of the Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co. in Rochester, NY. His bride-elect is a member of the dietary staff of Highlands Hospital in Rochester. A graduate of Cornell University, she received her Master's degree in nutrition from Iowa State. Miss Edith Bassin Bassin, Levin Feted at Engagement Party An engagement reception Sunday in the home of Mrs. Rose Bassin, 2664 SW 25th ter., honored her daughter, Edith, and her fiance, Sidney W. Levin. The bride-elect is a graduate of Lindsay Hopkins Vocational School. Mr. Levin was educated in Rochester, N.Y., and Miami. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan L. Levin, 3400 SW 6th st. A Navy veteran, Mr. Levin served with the Seventh Fleet, spending much of his time in overseas duty prior to his discharge last De cember. FOR SALE — CBS HOME 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. In S.W. S'ction. Beautifully landscaped i Lot. Completely furnished. 100 S.W. 30th Avenue or Call HI 6-2610 LET US ENTERTAIN AT YOUR SIMCHA • Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Anniversaries • Organizations and Fund Raisings THE THREESUM A Master of Ceremonies U Tenor Dramatic Soprano d Piarvi.-I CALL 65-3040 Coif RITA H. BUKSTEL hr i Complete selection of Wedding, Bar-nMttvah Invitation* Shewn in the Comfort of Veer Own Home Introductory Specie! — Envelapes Addressee 1 Free MU 8-4816 "PERSONALIZED PAPETRIES" JE 1-9887 4 4 4 4 4 4 Torah Temple 1254 WEST AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH JJow Accepting Restrictions jor Passover Sedorim Conducted by The Great Lyric Baritone CANTOR JOSEPH C. SALZMAN RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL. RABBI LOUIS CASSEL and BOYS' CHOIR Indoor and Outdoor Sedoriiii FOR RPMRVATIONS CALL JE 81052 or JE 8-3271 "Passover Sedorim at Their Most Beautiful" Paasovei Services ill he conducted at the Temple Morningat 9 a.fn 6:45 p.m. throughout the holidays THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME Cantor Kelemer Col. Salmon Louis Segal You mn cordially Jnvifed to attend the traditional HISIHDRUT THIRD SEDER %  : l SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1955 6 P.M. •f MM ~ EMPRESS HOTEL 43rd STUIT end COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI IIACH 'r. Gees, Speakers: • Colonel Katriel P. Salmon military Attache of the Israeli Government in UJ.A. Louis Segal General Secretory of the Forbond L.Z/t. too will also hear RABBI MAX SHAPIRO, veteran spiritual leader in eor community, and MR. HARRY SIMONHOFF, noted aathor and lecturer A modern version of the Haggado will be presented with on "•/•*'" co1 of .narrators and singers led by SAMUEL KELEMER, Cantor of Beth Shalom Temple and JUDITH ABARABANEL-HERBEBT, of the morris Schworti Art Theatre A Passover dinner wHI be served ($6.00 per person) by Mendelsohns Kosher Caterers TO ASSURE YOUR PLACE AT THE THIRD SEDER. PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS AT ONCE for reservations call: Israel Histadrtjt Committee, 600 Lincoln Rd., Room 12 Phone: Jefferson 8-8037 or Jefferson 1-7598 MAX cS.V??L. ,t u of lereel. He is ene of the meet outstanding P e !" ~""""r% '".„i\ v returned from trip to • %  Si LoJTKL ? U, """0 .P.r.tu.l '""V.. br, :"t? r ", ,0 r.r? B^na. JUDfV\* ABARABANEL HER%  ERT NMAm r4ea whore>e went on behalf of Sta*e of Israel Bf na s ,, rred in better Jew.eh plays MAIiltiGA PARTY? tVEHAVF THf FOOD' ,^1 ROSEDALE I Kosher Style Cooking Private Dining Room JfflBWWjWWT^aRJ *' r ConeJitiorteiel Free Parking 170 N.W. 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PAGE 10 A 9-JmlstncrkHati FRIDAY, APRIL PERSONALLY S P E A K IN Gi of Rochester, member pf^ ne bo ard of trustees of Y*>JWtJr*eTirwj**>, ? president of the Hillel School of Rochester and a member of the national executive committee of the United JAM Appeal. The award was made during a special dinner in the Hotel New Yorker Dr and Mrs. Morris D Riemer. of Brooklyn, are at the DiLido hotel, attending the national convention of Phi Lambda Kappa, national scientific society. Entertaining them are Mr. and Mrs Frank Gordon, of Alton rd. Miami Beach The Riemers are Mr. Gordon's cousins. ^,. ^ ^,, Newly married 0 couple? at the Sterling hotel this week are Mr and Mrs. Seymour Schmerler. Mr and Mrs. M. Sohn. Mr. and Mrs J Fred Rothschild and Mr and Mrs Alfred Franke. Among prominent guests at the Sterling hotel this week are Rabbi Harold M. Kamsler. spiritual leader of the Jewish Communit; ter of Nomstown. Pa., and Rabbi and Mrs Israel LevuUuL of Brooklyn. N V i — ~ Vacationing at Wildmae's hotel i> H>mar. KeaaRoilkUMr N^ who last Sunday recened as award from the Teachers" fc atUfK AJW_Fni Associatkn of Yesfcna Varrer•sity for his efforts !—— > the furtherance of Jewish edw ta ticw —i America Kolko is past president of the United Jewish Welfare Fund ,jn New York City Also at Wald•man's is Isadore Kabakow of Jer%  sey City. N J Kabakow is director of the Hebrew Home for Orphans and the Aged in Jersey City and the director of the Jersey City Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daugh••Beatrice, for many years resi dents in the Boa—1 Shore area of • Miami Beach, have sold their home at 242 Meridian ave They .have left for the North and will spend the spring and sauner seasons with their family and friends in and ate—d Jersey City RJ Mrs. Gabnet Nass. of Brooklyn. N Y. %  the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs Max Bergman. 2390 Coral Way Mrs Nass is noted for her; humanitarian activity at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn. 1. 1955 Herbert Tobin, president of the Confirmation Class of 5715 of Temple Bern Sholom presents a citation of honor to Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader, at a luncheon given in the Rabbi's honor by the P.T.A. and religious school. Congregation is celebrating the Rabbi's tenth anniversary of service with Beth Sholom. A special section of the Beth Sholom Library was dedicated at the luncheon, to be known as the "Leon Kronish Library on Human Relations." Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the P.T.A., which sponsored the luncheon, looks on. In honor of the ancient proscriptions obsorvod by Jswiih people during their joyous celebration of Passover... Lipton is proud and happy to announce that Rabbi Hersch Kohn has awarded his respected seal to... / LIPTON TEA KOSHER FOR PASSOVER BETTER BECAUSE ITS BmK m Upton's brisk flavor is so satisfying, lifts your spirit every time. Perfect for Derkvikung! It's richer, livelier flavor thanks to the special way Lipton blends choicest Orange Pekoe and Pekoe tecs. And all that good flavor is yours for only about one cent a cup. Enjoy Lipton Tea today. Discover the extra flavor, extra cheer that awaits you in every cop! LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNO. .^TISTN"TI'l: IMKKKBY ,;,Vk-v the un II Court "f l '.el, ,.fl.l, SAM I II. BEATRICE I ,v k JACK Mtr.1,1 %  K .JKH-.MK BLANK Hut, MVKKS. HKIMAN ft \< \yi i N Attorney* for Petitioners NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN n the undersigned, desiring to %  ',,,., i business under the riolltlous i,,',,,.. > .ITHKRN A I .VKP.TISIN.; "'J!?,* Intend* to register said name with ,i? tMerit of the Circuit Court ,V ,JJ County, Florida. "** HERBERT B KKSSI.KIt & CARS '" Attorneys for Applicant 1TL\V. Flaglci 4/I-S-IJ-M NOTICE UNO E"R F7C'T ITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICR IS HEREBY 'SIVEN the undersigned, dei" business un< VENETIAN U..1 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami Intend to register sali name i Clerk <>f the Circuit Orti County, Florida. LILLIAN i-\>TToR J'WWH l-Al'ttMO MORKIS KAUT-V ELI L>. U'lOOoTW ci-i-i.i-:: s, tet nr.ar.i.i 'ilYKN 'hut I signed, desiringto eng.U un.ler the fictitious nan* 3] IN MEDICAL III iQ^H :.M i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THt ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY FLO*. IDA. IN CHANCERY. N 3 177W JOYCE <• RONKBKBURU. I" -intttt ; ALBBT BONKEN*BURa. Def.rdani SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. ALBERT BONKENUlRiJ ]< %  ; E. Eighth Street. Brooklyn, New Tort are hereby notified that a Bill of ce> j plaint for divorce has been d|<4 against you. and you are required n I serve a copy of your Answer or IleM. log to the Bill of Complaint on ifa plaintiff." attorney, HAROUi HHi, I'lRn, 527 Lincoln Road, Mian-.: Beidt Florida, and file the original Aniwg I or Pleading In the office of the Ctttl of the circuit Conn on or txlNt.l April 29. 1SS. If you fail to *> J Judgment by default win be ukttl against you for the relief demanMI in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at MBjfll Florida, this 2Sth day of March. INLI K. B. LEATHER_AS~ !" Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By R. H. RICE. Jft (Circuit Court Seal) Depuy I e/l-8-li-n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Ill AND FOR OADE COUNTY. F10T IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. ;Hf DON MICHAEL OVERTt'N. JR. ru.ntifl BARBARA OVERTON. -Def-ndm-| SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. BARBARA -''VIMtV*. I President Street. HtookVrtfW. Tort,] are hereby notified that a I: •>,I Cna>JL plaint for divorreli Mn' fRtl against you. and )ou are __ nerve a cop> of >our Aoawu J in to the BUI of Complaint' !" plaintiff* aitorm>v. HrtR. -i* .-*tl*1 PIRO. 27 Uncoln Road. M Florida, and file the • gln.i! Aw or Pleadlnc in toe utV. >H. lb> of the Cu-cult fTRB^—Rn*^ April 29. I.*.i. If >ou (all judgment h>' ilefatil' against y.iu for the in the Bill of Complaint. IN .NK AND OHhEREl' Florida, thi. ttth rt '•*! F: B. I.FWTHEKMAN Clark Hade Count v. I By R. H. RI'E J8 .. urt Seal) I i/t-t-u-a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF !" El ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.itl AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FL0"-| IDA. IN CHANCERY. Na l 7 1 JOF:ART CORPORATION, a Florida corpoiwtion. I'hn.' VERNON F:. HIRER and TERMP1.AN FINAN. INC., IN' a corporation. I • f. n' NOTICE TO APPEAP TO: VERNON K lfl'lrl3i. 50J7 Strathm.? ,;.rl to the Bill of Compl __*! ifrattorney. UBUNAKl' r. 'w-jri IKK. 171.1 Coin ,. f Horlda. and file the ordinal "i21 n the office -f the Cb ; • r M 4,\ %  ult on orb .'> '.iirfi•B ,: i%:ATMERMAV, urt TER, Flo in cult on or oetoi. .'C ".UrP'l in default of which the "^J f said bill of romp ; taken as confessed *.< %  Dated at Miami, rfsrlda, "" day of March. 1 K B Clerk 4/i--i:-2j ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW „,([ N.iTICF: IS HKKKI'V '" J*, the undersigned, deslnng w rf l business under the IWH"'.TTvf. MAY S l.iylOR *o-'.' BF: a!i'rW'' ,|f l 2nd Street. Miami. Intends '"^.if.j %  aid nanwith the tMerk of u I cult Court of 'M.Vw'u'aiFwTrKI JOBBPH MA.lfc.wpn ;, Owner) IIKNRT M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant f _. 2S1* W. FMagler Ktre. t. Mial I l-l-li-22 4) [



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APRIL 1. 1955 FRIDAY. IZJUM Leaders Meet Here to IpfrctrtS Saturday Dinner Well known leaders in commuLl, affairs met last week at a %  cocktail party in the home of Mr. d y r .. Morris Simon, 1325 SoIrolla ave. Coral Gables, to discuss llh'c forthcoming dinner event on I, 2 at the Fontainbleu hotel, Lhen Ambassador Abba Eban will [speak on the present situation regarding Israel and her neighbors. Those who attended were Mortiner May. national president of the „0A, and Mrs. May, Dr. Morris i Goodman-, chairman of the dinner • function. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gott-. Lb Dr. and Mrs. A Kitten, Mr. +Jewish fkrHiat) PAGE 11 A and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Belgrade, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurewitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Minov, Mr. Harold Simon, Dr. Jesse Simon and Mr. Milton Si]verman, of Chicago. May and Dr. Goodman gave facts pertaining to the economic development of Israel and her constant border troubles. Silverman told the group that all Jewish communities of any reasonable size were also participating in such dinner affairs. Simon, honorary president of the Coral Gables ZOA District, spoke of the importance of public relations work to combat propaganda of the Arab League. w Stillwater Drive Home Ownors Have Banquet at Algiers Mayor Harold Shapiro and mem, bers of the Miami Beach City Council were among invited guests of honor at the sixth annual banquet of the Stillwater Drive Ho owners Association, accordin its president; Milton Cirkle. Also invited to attend the banjquet held Sunday at the Hotel AII giers were City Manager Claude A. Renshaw and Assistant Manager Morris Lipp. The dinner drew some 200 homeowners in the Biscayne Beach secj tion of Miami Beach, at which time the president made a brief report on the group's activities. Cirkle is i serving his fourth year as head of the organization. Harry M. Rubin was chairman jof the arrangements committee. Also serving on the committee were Mrs. Raynor Berman, Frank Lear Students Plan Florida Trip Lear School students under the direction of Batchelor Owen will undertake a trip through the central part of Florida on Friday and Saturday. The trip is designed to follow the regular March examinations for students of the senior group of the school on West ave., Miami Beach. Itinerary of the trip will include visits to Everglades Tropical Gardens, Clcwiston Inn, the famed canebrakes and Sugar Mill, Lake Okeechobee, Observation Island, Cypress Museum, Labelle and the Caloosahatchie, Everglades City and the shrimp fisheries. Mrs. Ida G. Lear, director-principal of the school, said that the trip "is just another way of providing our students with the opportunity of learning at first-hand the natural beauty of our great state." Alter, Sam Picciolo and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. KOSHER POULTRY See it Alive and Healthy Slaughtered Under Rabbinical Supervision Save 50c to $1 on each Chicken Order Now for Passover Open Sunday Till Noon Taste Berman Juicy Caponettes, Pullets, Turkeys and Yearlings THERE IS A DIFFERENCE Schocher on Premises BERMAN POULTRY 87 Washington Ave.-Corncr 1st St. Phono JE 8-1839 to/y MANISCHEWITZ has this EXTRA feature! %*i keeps your matzos oven-crisp M Honor of Passover -.%  > ibbinic supervision is being given Haggadah wine to make it Kosher for Passover in the bottling room of the Seaboard average Company at Jacksonville. Wieder Wine Company, liarr.i, are local distributors. MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS • WINE • £66 MATZOS • 6EFILTE FISH • BORSCHT • SPONGE CAKE MIX YOUNG LADY, 33 lltured, Jewish background, I moot fine American gentli od appearance and means. liss G., Box 2973, Miami 18. with** •f Wrttt: TO SI RVf YOUR PASSOVER SEEDS VELD A DAIRY Will Provide KOSHER FOR PASSOVER • Milk • Light Cream • Heavy Cream Aik Your Driver or inl 81, then Dial 6-3511 [Mount Nebo ANNOUNCES Mother special service lo Greater Miami Jewry without charge — i<" Jour increased pleasure Personaliied Haggadahs *•* Passover bfdut./ullv illustrated by S'egmuiid Font laitn/tilly translated and personalized with your ltmuy name printed on the cover *tstm now pUcc Vu' order by phoning M 0 U N T NEBO r ciAinitr or DISTIHCTIO* *•• *o 7-aon MAKES PASSOVER A REAL YOM TOV LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS: • COOKING BORSCHT • DE LUXE o PLUM TOMATOES o HORSERADISH • SAUERKRAUT • KOSHER PICKLES • HOtERAMSH AND BEETS • PEPPER DELIGHT Kosher for Passover Unit Supervision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAEASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackevsky, OlrtHr Seashore Food and Piekle Products PHONE MU 1-3541 *^S&



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PAGE 12 A Jenist ncrkMOr FRIDAY. APRn. 1. IS SUNNY BROOK FIRMS ANNOBNCE EXPANSION. MODERNIZATION 10 HOME DELIVERY SER Mew Owners Bring Wide Experience In Milk, Egg Products Manufacture Sunny Brook Farms formally announce the complete reorganir. of their firm, which i now under r.ew hip Taking over direction and operation of the dairy product manufacturerare Irvir.s Kraut. Leon Berg. Saul Brett Irving Bothman and Maur.ee H > The new ownership has wide experience in the field of dairy chemi-tryand have led the field in numerou*o develop better milk and egg productPresident and general manager •%  f Sunny Brook is Irving Kraut, of Normandy Isle Kraut's father was colon*:, daring the" Korean conflictShorag has also written numerous articles oa dairy technolA:I a vice president of B Brook i< Saui Bret: n-ident since 1946 and formerly wee president and general manager oi Sunny Brook Creamery A V\ rM War II veteran he served overseas for three years %  %  has completed pre-medicai training at New York I with a Bachelor 20-Truck Fleet Will Make Deliveries For Sunny Brook New policy announced this week by Sunny Brook Farms revealed of Science degree. Brett is now in, the dairy product lira's home decharge of S ration jj^fy | B u p t m which will enable f Mour.ce H Shorrcc inspects S-r.r.y Erccs: culture thrcuch BticrOUOOpu. Brooklyn. N V from 190". laOT ir.d he b wall konwc in the industry as a pioneer in retail and wholesale milk distribution Ir. 1942. he became president of Faralea Dairies, of Westc-tester NY K.-ian ban hi Miami since I *.' i.-.d i in retirement until Saptam hi r I .-54 when he joined .-y brook Viee area i treasurer LS Maonce H Shorago. of Coral Gabr.arge of Sur.r.y Brook's laboratory and production Sborago majored in bacteriology and daarj technology a: Pensylvatua From 1929 until 1930. he charge of bacterial analysis ellfish and water for the New } Health Department. He as ar. industrial research fellow at Harvard Medical School Department of Preventive Medic.ne ir. Hygiene from 1930-1931 A year later he became a general consultant to the food and dairy iadastry in which capacity he served uau! September. 1954 Dunr.g World War n. he served with the Army Air Force and was director Fifth Air Force *.th rank of lieutenant %  Graduate c: New York Mechanthmar. of Miami, i>ecretary of the firm and will be in charge of retail aataa, traffie management and distnbuUon. Rotha;*:-. was previoos!> a-sociated with Farmlea Dair Mt Veraon N Y and Dellwood Dairu -.er> From 1934 until 1941 he was owner of Liberty NY. :y Brook s egg department will continue to be under the management of Leon Berg. Miami Beach, a resident here >ince 1941 Berg became a partner in Gruberg and Berg. New York City, in 1923 In addition, he was owner of White '."ompsr.y. New York for five years His management of •Sunny Brook's egg department began five years ago. Miami residents to receive Sunny Brook milk and en products right at their doors. A new fleet of 20 trucks will Automatic bcttle filler lor milk. cover the Greater Miami area, carrying out the home delivery program. Sunny Brook officials also reveal-' ed that all their personnel are given regular medical examination to enforce their rigid policy of clean liness and purity Eggs available in stores and for home delivery are all highest grade direct from Minnesota and • are carefully candled in Sunny Brook's plant by exports in their field to insure uniform size and quality New modern homogenizer Sunny Brook's Scientific Laboratories Yield Miami-Made Dairy Products Fifteen-hundred qz'..c~ z.:\ iess steel atorcqe :z: Meat product* are handled neither in Sunny Brook's plant nor in their taackand this assure* Sunny Brook product* users of yearround kashruth supervision. A program of expansion has keen in operation for several months at Sunny'tfe-ook Farms. The plant, located at 2180 N.W. 13th ave. Miami, is completely reeuippet' This rate is maintained at Sonny for paper bottles, as well. 1 ditton. this specialized equip is completely > ekaarreracally trolled to in*nW|**r^ paste DOB. Sunny Broak">AcieuVfic U* tory and placnlU i rm the I for the dairy' firm'* wide tioa in the field of milk and products manufafizrt. niS '+ A corps of 38 employees work in 30.000 square Jeet of dairy' manufacturing qualfcrs. The completely equipped laboratory, in which all Miami-made cultures for buttermilk, sour cream, cheese and yoBrook's buttermif gurt are carefully propagated, is is a complete!*, dy::'treat under the direction* of a qualified milk made of whole mill andi chemi-t and bacteriologist to asfully cultured fhr ilayrf aad n sure scientifically correct quality Their extensive facilities control and uniformity Sunny Brook t*atake aid p**l Sunny Brook new stainless steel cottage, fanner and pot chee| storage tanks' and vacuum fillers their own plant ks and vi ^ Rokecch Reveals Passover Recipes guide for better and < ok* I making It congamrj|pei P*i ed and tested n Ihe.Wkeachl ed and tested 'ia the. kitchen. All ingredientmenu are permissible for PasnW readily available Unusual and delicious When families gather together to celebrate this Passover season, hotoessea mil find it possible to JerWl more, tfae with their guests r or eMy dishes as "GefiM* than heretofore. The lavish feats "Carrot-Potato Paaeal that are traditional during Passover Rolls," "Gefillte Fi>h ever can be more delicious than and many others all pl<* ever and yet time spent in the sis on ease of preparation kitchen preparing special dishes cut to a nark minimum. A new free booklet of Passover recipes is being made available by Rokeach k Sons, Inc.. manufac (Of turers of kosher foods since 1890. Id-page booklet is published Also available is a free fa Rokeach eighMfcy Passoveri To receive this folder *> booklet of savory Paover simply mail a card to L and Sons, lac, 13*34 particularly for Passover as a Froshfang. LI. New as*. York.-**"



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I LjpiYjPRIL 1. 1955 not v'-. *Jei*Jinr*a !" .a.,U' %  i gijg MS AT fOKTY ON MIAMI BEACH' leach Anniversary Committee Plans Year-Long Celebration etats PAGE 15 A iv of Miami Beach was offi;,, v '^ years old last Saturday, ',.,(,,, riti^nrs' cefnmitU* 'Of 'he MUmi Beach Fortieth Anniversary kmmillee, Inc., is going ahead Uh plans to make the celebration year long, community-wide oblervance. 1 chairman of the citizens' comLiitee and a member of the steerL committee of the anniversary End civic leader Samuel J. Halis veteran Beach business ierin Halperin is currently vice Undent of the Miami Beach jhamber of Commerce, but his Immiinal activities began almost t .(ion as he moved to Miami [each more than 20 years ago. „, 1936, Halperin organized and %  came the first president of the 'ashington Avenue Association. Ince then, he has become interLed in the particular problems of Ecli area of Miami Beach. [seven vears ago, at the time of %  e city's greatest realty activity, was elected president of the liami Beach Board of Realtors. lalperin is an active realtor, with lal e-tate sales offices in the 420 Incoln rd. bldg. [He was recently reelected vice tcsident of Temple Emanu-EI. As iairman of the recent testimonial jnner to president Samuel FriedI and as dinner chairman of the tionaj Bank and of the". Beach Taxpayers Assoclatl&n. Ifol, perin was one of the foyers' v fj the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau. He is a member of the Tbnii J-J-JIOI., ii'.. Beach Lions Club, the American Legion and of the Jewish War Veterans. He led the campaign to have the major airlines serving Greater Miami open ticket offices in Miami Beach. Halperin intends to lead the citizens' committee throughout t£e year in its campaign to make all aware that "Life Begins at 40 in Miami Beach in "55." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRKBV OIVEN that the unrit-rHigned, deHlrlns; to engage In bunlneHH under the flctltloun named of BOB ''ARItOL-L AIR DIHTRIBUTION PRODUCTS, ItOH CAUHiilJ, COOl.--HHkNA-, Florida. GEOROE E. ANDRE ELIZABETH ANDRE DAVID KATZ Attorney for Miami Moving & Storage Corp. 4/1-3-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 177932 FLORENCE DE LANCETT. Plaintiff JOHN DELANCETTj Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i JOHN DELANCETT. IM4 Brie Bouli vard East, o/o Stan) mi products, Syracuse, N v. TO: JOHN DELANCETT, 11 Win'.n.i Avenue, Baranau Lake, New fork. You are hereby notified thai .< Bill of Complaint for Divorce habeen filed against you, and youiare required to serve %  copy of youmAnswer or Pleading to the Bin of ComDlalni en the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE i. KNIGHT, ESQ., and file the orlguiai Answei or Pleading in the office ol the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of April. 1W5. If \,.ii fall to tl" so, judgment by default will l taken uguinst you for the rellel demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I l.< ililDIAN |M INE AND i IRDERBI at Miami, Florida, this -'-'tli day of March, A.D. K. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade county. Florida By JOAN COl'RNOYBR, (Circuit Court Scab D.-puly Clerk Attorne) for Plaintiff GEORGE I. KNIOHT, E8Q i urity Bldg Miami it, Florida 1-8-1B-22 vrr Un


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MW BOOK CATAlOGUtS HISTORIC ART OBJECTS ^^wilsltUEII-oididliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955 SECTION B REGULATIONS LISTED FOR PASSOVER Abba Ebon Expected to Moke Policy Statement at Rabbi Lehrman Testimonial wiH reliver m an S ad d dr r p Ab )a f^, 1 !" 8 Ame "can people keep silmilnioiiT an address %  a testi-!ent against a biased State Departmonial dinner honoring Rabbi Irv-jment which by its silence during Z-i.^T^ ^T'!. EmanuE1 /ecent Arab raids encourages S spiritual leader, Saturday evening Arab murderers and raiders to continue their attacks?" May charged that dead Israelis in the Fontainebleau hotel. The dinner is under the sponsor-. ship of the Southeastern Region of do not makc tne headlines but are the ZOA. Ambassador Eban will buried deep in the inside pages of make a special trip here from ,ne Arab-controlled press in this Washington to address the dinner,', coun r y. Dr. Morris Goodman, dinner chair-! Tne D '8 banner headlines of man, revealed. many newspapers," said May, Mo „,„ hila „ ... "grew s'lent when a brutal, unproMeanwhile, a flood of protests voke d attack was made on a Jew•E?a^? T-'" thc Greatcr h wedding party 11 miles within ?tt? n„ a a H^ e n be,n8 w n K hC ,he Israeli border ye* complained State Department in Washington sensationally when Israel, goaded this week to U.S. Senators Holland, by many attacks decided to hit and Smathers, protesting against back" the decision of the United Nations j M ay further said that "Arab prolo censure Israel in the Gaza strip pagandists are confusing the issues incident. between Israel and Egypt." He Speaking before a group of promcharged that Arab countries have inent national Zionist leaders at a infiltrated into American schools luncheon meeting at Zionist headand colleges with paid propagandquarters Tuesday in Miami Beach, ists who are ostensibly registered Mortimer May, president of the as students. Mr. May stated that Zionist Organization of America additional disclosures will be made said: "How long will the freedomby Ambassador Eban, when he appears at the Fontainebleau. Leo R. Burson, president of the Southeastern Region, "is overall dinner chairman, coordinating activities in conjunction with Dr. Goodman. Others on the committee here include J. A. Cantor, Charles Fruchtman. M. J. Kopclowitz, Seymour B. Liebman, Herbert R. Linick. Kalman Luria. Julius Jay PerlmutteT. Ben Movers, Joseph M. Mrs. Slanlej C. Myers, of Coral cultural and philanthropic endeavR 0 se, Burnett Roth, Phil Salmon, tablet), local and national wom-orsfor many years. She was for g. E. Schwartz, Morris Simon, Cari t rler vialast week elected .three years president of the Jewish Susskir.d. Gus Trau and Alex Van national vice pr-*(W*nr -ef the4 Social "Service Bureau here and is straiten. Abba Eban Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Irs. Myers Named National Vice President of National Council of Jewish Women in New Orleans I nal Council of Jewish Worn-1 past chairman of the District Welr iy biennial conven'/are Board, now known as the State I mization in New \ Mr> C. ( aha, of new Or. 1 i ted national president i i MI delegate! in atrepresented 108.000 i i ommunities, Mrs, Myers has served the NaI i Jewish Women natiu al chairman of its over\ x ommittee, whose projI port "f the school id brew University knd j -cholarship program, espef l;iM > % %  in Morocco and Israel, which brings -tudents to this Pounto She urrently on the national petal ; anning committee of the pnferenci n| Jewish Federations po Welfare Funds. Mrs. Myers has participated in iliami. as well as in national civic, Women's committee in Miami indudes the Mesdamcs Louis Altshul, Harry Gerstein, Louis Goldman, Harry I'latoff. Matilda Ratner, Joseph M. Rose. Frances RuMrs. Myers has been a member b oj(| / ( Ri|bj pann|< Ru(W of the executive committee of c c ..i..„;. <„•..„ eni;w„„ Department of Public Welfare District 9, in which she continues her affiliation as member. YOUTH AUYAH Hadassah Marks World Jewish Children's Day Annual Youth Aliyah Luncheon of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will be held on Monday, ADr. 4, 12 noon, at the Delano hotel, as announced by Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, Youth Aliyah chairman, and Mrs. Mollie Green, minyon chairman. Program will feature an original cantata by children of the North Shore Jewish Centre religious school, written and directed by Abraham J. Gittelson. principal, and entitled "A generation of or! phan*." Guest speaker will be Mrs. Arthur Pekelner. Past presidents of the group will be honored, as well as special contributors to the Youth Aliyah project. Beth ShoSom Again Names Ralph Spero Ralph Spero. of 4335 Royal Palm ave.. Miami Beach, was unanimous1 Iy rcelected president of Temple Beth Sholom at an annual meeting of the congregation last week. Reelected, also, unanimously were Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin, John Serbin and Charles Silvers, vice presidents; Samuel Stein, treasurer; David D. Pollack, financial secretary; and Alexander Rubin, treasurer. • In his Annual Report on the State of the Congregation, Spero pointed out to the steady growth of Beth Sholom and to the fact that during this past year the new Beth Sholom has come into being. The following were named to the board of directors for a three-year term: Jack A. Abbott, J. A. Cantor, Max Cogen, Harry Dinnerstein, Ben Markowitz, Maury Olinick, Samuel Oritt, Benjamin Rimer, Dr. Alexander Robbins and Benjamin Zimmer. For the board of directors to fill a one-year term: Jacob C. Fishman. Meeting featured annual reports of the congregation presented by Spero for the Temple; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of Sisterhood; Jack A. Abbott, president of the Men's Club: Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the PTA; John Serbin, chairman of the building fund campaign; and Charles Silvers, chairman of the construction committee for the pew Temple. Motion pictures of the recent cornerstone laying ceremony for the new Temple and pictures of various phases of the Temple's con' struction were also shown. Greater Miami Jewish Federation Continu-d on Page 13 B Sam Sakrais. Monte Selig, Milton iSirkin, Irwin Womstein and Sybil Weite. CL EANUP EFFORT SCHEDULED HERE Combined Appeal Reveals $30,000 Total for X-Day' Effort Sunday M". Moise Cmhm M*4 Chapter Honors Mi ''on Fende/J Here Let'""," 0 Aleph Zadik Aleph IfcmTk Ni,,io nal \Z\ Advisors' '" h at the Greater Miami Jew"""unity Center Thursday. UJmil r a ADL Rumor clinic their A f the ch Pter thanked ttml ,sor Mi,ton Fendell, "for ""* >ear s of devoted service." Combined Jewish Appeal doorto-door volunteers collected over $30,000 in the city-wide "C-Day" drive on Sunday. The "CommunityDay" effort brings the campaign totals within $250,000 of its allover goal of $1,350,000. Sam J. Heiman, CJA chairman, declared. At the workers' party and dance held in the Algiers hotel, following the "C-Day" drive, Heiman reported that the campaign is now slightly over the $1,100,000 mark. Nearly 2,000 workers, headed by Councilman Burnett Roth in Miami Beach and Harry Goron in Miami, launched their street-bystreet project starting promptly at 9 a.m. They reported to six centrally located headquarters and, in teams of two, fine-combed the city. ^^ Workers reached nearly 9,000 families, campaign Officials report, but not all results are in. Tabulations have not yet been received from outlying areas. First "C-Day" worker to complete her assignments in Miami and return to headquarters at Congregation Beth David was Mrs. Ben Kazar, 3524 SW 3rd ave. A cleanup effort is being organized quickly this week for the purpose of revisiting those families who were not at home on "C-Day." At the Algiers hotel, Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, presided as master of ceremonies. An unusual, novelty was the appearance of division chairmen and campaign vice chairmen as members of Heiman's "all-American team" garbed in full football regalia. Participating were: Heiman, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Dr. Morris Goodman, George Chertkof, Artie Kravitz, Leo Ackerman, Leo Chaikin, Herman Fraidlin, Leon Epstein, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Harold Turk, Burnett Roth, Harry Gordon and Meyer Baskin. Turk "substituted" for David Levinson, and Dr. Goodman "substituted" for Winter Residents chairman Jack Carner. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, greeted the overflow crowd of more than 500 volunteers who jammed the Scheherazade room. Trades vice chairmen Ackerman, Kravitz. Chaikin and Serbin urged all members of the Business and Professional Units to concentrate-on a cleanup of their outstanding cards within the next seven days. Marian Anderson to Sing Brahms' Rhapsody in Hebrew TEL AVIV (WNS>—Marian Aniderson, American contralto who was the first artist of her race to .be engaged by the Metropolitan 1 Opera of New York City, will sing | Brahms' "Alto Rhapsody" in Hebrew in her musical tour of this country, it was indicated here by officiais of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Miss Anderson, now rehearsing in the new medium, is reported to be excited by the experiment. The translation, from the German, was made" by the Israeli poet Ephraim Dror. Menorah Group of Hadassah will hold a World's Jewish Child's Dayluncheon on Apr. 4, at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Chairmen of the event are the Mesdames Daniel Cravitt. coordinator; Philip Schiff. arrangements; Donald Eanett. tickets; George Simon, children's fashion show coordinator with clothes from Hartley's; Sumner Slater, luncheon; Seymour Kaplan, program artwork; | Benjamin Wayne, choral group; i and Joel Meyer, invitations. Speaker for the afternoon will be jMrs. Samuel Sakrais, president of : the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Program will include the fashion show, in which the models iwill be children of members, and selections by the choral group. • • Herzl Group of Hadassah plan their annual Youth Aliyah affair in the form of a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 5045 Lakeview dr., on Monday. Apr. 4. An original play written and directed by Ruth Foreman will be presented. The cast includes members of the dramatic academy of the Pied Piper playhouse. Mrs. Harold Wynn will be guest vocalist. Mrs. Samuel Oritt, Mrs. Stella Likpowitz, Mrs. Leo Chaikin and Mrs. Arnold Seeder are in charge of arrangements. • • Israeli Group of Hadassah will celebrate World Jewish Child's Day on Monday, Apr. 4, at a luncheon in the Algiers hotel. There will t be a musical program and an adj uiven by Rabbi Akiva Chill. Mrs. Frank Berger is chairman. tolph Spero IVesf Miami Seder Communal Seder is being prepared for the second night of Passover at the West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate, assisted by older member of the congregation. Mrs. Murray Semmelmacher and Morris Harris are in charge of catering. Sight Conservation Week Designated by Gov. Collins Governor LeRoy Collins has designated the week of Apr. 3 to 9 as Sight Conservation Week. In an official document prepared for the Florida Council for the Blind, a state agency, Collins stated that the conservation of sight is a social, industrial and patriotic responsibility of every citizen. Collins said he has proclaimed Sight Conservation Week to draw attention to the importance of protecting and improving our vision, the most precious of our senses. Executive director of the Florida Qiuncil for the Blind, liarry E. Simmons, said that his organization would make a concerted effort to make every Florida citizen aware of the need for protection of sight. "During Sight Conservation Week," he said, "radio stations, newspapers and television stations will be asked to carry the message of eye care and health. With the use of window posters, displays, the cooperation of schools. Lions Clubs and others, we hope to drive home the idea that ^veryone should remember his eyes the year round."



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FACE 2B •JmisMhr**** TODAY. APRIL LeceJ Girl WITMT fer U^Senrke %  a B Berk. 1515 Passover Recipes Order of Day Wit* Advent of Holiday April 6-7 %  ^•-" Suee aatiwe of J %  acre *ae attended Boeert E. High Seaoat Later ike •> "... <•: > %  .-• -: -—e.ved 2 Bachelors decree wmat horn Cataatbaa U Gysea ot Clb liuliC o the Met Clab erf rots aad eaak 45 %  •* M—ilij eveBeaaw* the fi*a to a pi GTWL local the gravy dowa aal 2 ad Bea EeOy. left Strain the par; mi Becreaboa Depart-' a boat to be ferred wsti Jack A Abbott is president %  %  the Mea Oab. aad Albert L Cbicaaa Veaetaw* ._...._ ._ t cap* water BSflBC* carrot rap daeed sweet potato -up dated table eeJery Oeao aad disjoint the thicker. carefaUy Bria* the water to a boil -_4 ^ tfce ?** salt, pepper ill o ae hoar Beaane the >d add carrots, sweet aad eeiery Cook ooe-haU Thee add Mono* B*H 1 cap chicken fat I haapaai -J I 1 rap hot duckets broth •.:--%  : -" Coot to bJkewarai aad beat well heater Add well beat broth aad' Add a bttie RoW* KTMNSB on WGtS Model Sewer Sunday Rabbi Leon Krooish. of Temple | Miami Hebrew School and f Beth Sbolom. w.ll be guest speaker ^^^^ „„ ^ !" £* on the Rabbinical Hourow : -^ *,„., IS *f radio itauon WGBS Sunday. Apr. 2,," Sundayjaorn.ng. Apr. 3. cfcfl. at *15 am. He wiU speak on -The of the religious school Current Cmi m Utatl." 'partacipate *U1 KOSHER for PASSOVER • HOROWITZMARGARETEN • GEFILTE FISH • KOSHER • FOR I PASSOVER W ..-soovs, Bafty The only Wtftont so good it has to be locked in the tin! Cri-*d by lathi i*CbwHap oad iwwbi $ takmo OO 100** Psire Coffee for Seder Enjoyment G.WASHIMGTONS INSTANT COFrll chjcken caresatted uatil it is each piece of I chicken aad cool Mil mat** Doer wxth saK. and pepper Dip each piece of chicken m matzoh Doar. then in w*l! beaten eggs aad m mataoh floor again. Place into a greased baking pan. potting a little fat orer each piece of chicken. Bake in a hot oren until browned. oe both sades. Serve with brown gravy and mashed potatoes cc -"C-. -•-. %  *-f"9 .. deaoovs! 4 sot'fsf 1 ing jv-b pottos' Also in 2 b, 8 portion iors. DteWbnaad by PALM DBTRIBUT OBS. DIG. U N.E. 24th Sc Miami 37. Flo. Dr. Pool m Miami; To Appear in Synagogues Well known scholar, author and rabbi. Dr David DeSola Pool, is in Miami Beach to make appearance? in several synagogues. Dr Pool has been spiritual leader of New York Ot>' Sheanth Israel Congregation for the past 48 years. The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, established in 1654 the oldest congregation in North Aroerica. A guest at Waldmans hotel. Dr. | DeSola Pool is the editor and translator of all Sephardic prayer books and now is publishing the Ashkenazi prayer book He i the author of "PortraitEtched in Stone." and with his wife has co-1 authored another book. "An Old | Faith in the New World 1 Dr DeSola Pool made hi< fir*t local appearance last Saturday I morning ir. the Beth Israel Syna' gogue. Miami Beach ^ v=ta VT ma Rabbi Joseph E. Reckovsky &f 45 KUCMMJAN AVtNUt MIAMI IIACH fUmt S-3SS III* RGRRETER SOSWST! SO H£AVY-t0pO! SO DfuaousT You'll love its real old-fashioned goodness MNDAICaJTIMOaSTtlES Vt-J ML i "*'"*. .JLJ: Bistrihrfed hy WORLD WIDE LI0U0R COMPANY, INC Savings Interest paid paid per annum QUARTERLY M depesits IriM $100 tt $15,000 Start Saving Today! MERCANTILE NATIONAL %  ANK WB>^ lafHl bWfs-:; C:*f;-;\ii noal ma KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Cartrfiad ay lobhi Jacob Caha 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 1837 SALT mi AMD SODIUM FREE HOLLAND HONEY CAKE rS aOJOOUS A HO HlALTMFUl mm FAT N0 SI GAR WJSEB wrt* low Cobr a Rye Roar ASK FOt IT IN TOtMt FOOO SSAMET DfSfrtaHffCal Wf C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Ul NX 3ath STBOT MrONE Mt51J ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Mai! US. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 fxavsrvf wsTt/tuTots or rue SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO. INC 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES.SSJ i HftNUNPtAu PATU*



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APRIL 1, 1955 rBiDAY, Miami Will Mark 1150th Anniversary (of Danish Author Cilv of Miami will mark "Hans Christian Andersen Day" bVi'lSnturI,.. \ p r 2. according to a proTfe-f the birth of the famm Danish author, whose fairy ales arc included among the or ld\ greatest literature and l, os c writings are a part of the aiding experience of children and dulls everywhere. No less a noted critic and author an Sean O'Faoiain. remarking the anniversary of Andersen's irth, Inindicated that his fairy les are a primal wonder." Hans Christian Andersen knew tiiie well what he was giving to c world, even if he fully realiz1 it only by fits and starts," Faotain aid, and in the face of e fact (hat he did not receive pivefSal recognition during his [fetime in his native land. The fairy tale is a merry judgcnl on appearance and reality, on e outer shell and the inner kerI. and the great Danish artist Anrsen recognized this, bringing a uble current flowing through all hiwork: an ironic uppercurnt jestinjj and sporting with eat and small, playing at shuttleck with high and low; and then, e i\<:i:pserious undercurrent putK everything in its place. 0. i. Jefgeneeni Danish Consul Greater Miami, will head up al activities marking "H a'n s nstir.n Andersen Day." Among cial events slated is a Univerv of Miami broadcast at 11:15 i.. featuring a performance of derscn's lovable tale "T h e adfast Tin Soldier." At 5 p.m., 'VJ will present a special pro-. on its children's hour also icated to Andersen, lanned at Contempora's Lincoln shop is an exhibit of rare Danporcelain and tableware. Jewist Ihsiii*, PAGE 3 B teseth Israel irks Passover it inn Kneseth Israel will nduct its annual Sedorim both Bungs ol Patsover, Apr. 6 and 7, It In synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E. plan and Cantor Abraham Seif officiate. Children of the Hee chool will conduct a model War on Sunday morning, Apr. 3, Klcr the direction of Joshua Z. u>. Mr Jacob A. Sachs is airman of the board of education Kneseth Israel. D> SrUW %  tf* •09 • Strowb.rry • Orope ""•pberry • l mon • ll.kb.„ r # lim • <*rry # 0ra „ ge lH OlltCKTS l„. „,. Phoiu 3-77l 0. i. Hrgenttn Makes Gift to Library Mrs. Gertrude Ruddy, program chairman of thcJYoung-at-Heart," a new group at Temple Beth Sholom, this week.contributed a set of encyclopoedla* to the Temple library in honor of her children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Pierce, and grandson, Michael Alan. Mrs. Ruddy said she anticipated that her gift "will stimulate others to make similar contributions to the Beth Sholom library." Gables.Center Sponsors Passover Model Seder P.T.A. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center is sponsoring a model Passover Seder Sunday, Apr. 3. Over 400 children of the religious and Hebrew schools will be guests at the Seder conducted by Rabbi Morris A: Skrfp who will be assisted by Cantor 1 Irving Robinson and Louis KHsner. A unique "Afikoman Hunt" will take place on the grounds beginning at 9:30 a.m. Prizes will be awarded to winners. Each class will be seated at special tables symbolizing family units with class Mother and Father. Passover goodies and symbols will be part of the Seder assembly. Coral Chapter Names Mrs. Gordon President Mrs. Jack Gordon was last week named president of Coral Chapter, a new unit of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. Others elected at a meeting held in Ed Hassen's restaurant, were the Mesdames Sam Axelrod, first vice president; Maurice Schwartz, second vice president; Robert Gold, recording secretary; Harry Schwartz, corresponding secretary. The Mesdames Al Scott, financial secretary; Hy friedman, social chairman; Irving Wallach, treasurer; Jerry Baker, publicity chairman; Louise Brown, program chairman; and Maurice Goldstein, case chairman. Membership tea of the new chapter will be held Apr. 13 at the home of Mrs. Goldstein, 1864 SW 24th ter., Miami. Pre-leen Cotillion Pre-teen cotillion will be held Saturday* night at the Israelite _. 1 :__ Center for boys and girls 11 to 14 years of age. This is a P.T.A. project, with Leon Kutun chairman of. the committee. Sweetens OVER 700 SERVINGS of coffee, tea, lemonade, etc. Mf$MJJ£, stontly. Nonfoltening. Get Svgarine now...j AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE 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 I Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth %  Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Congregation Beth Tfilah, Director JE 1-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS MM K CREAM ICE CREAM or order from route salesman



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•AG£<1 W.\SHIXCTO\ VK.VETTE • fc~4c* rurHHr FMDAY^ A PRq Brownell Fails to Support Revisions in Act WAW*T:VT % %  V $ A*%  %  %  .At* M ".' ;•-: ---.%  ..:. renew Bep leaded i" -%  %  --**-• .-. '.-'. '-•• — ^'T ~~| i that if htm ---..-.* •:' .,,.-., -rtae the Pi LI ilit aabuiied A gu.de to the inaai mi of the art objects uied ai sraajasme and hone, principally • ina the catteebaas of the Jew Mu-eum of The Je wish Theological •JrMiBT— of America." Dr Stepb es S Kayser introduction is a' daor. earn? briefly hi g h li gh ti ng the history of Jewi>h art. tracing its r> %  h>c% in toreaD be f back to the art of -: — ^ s tamia The f:r-Ion 1 upon a Torah Ark •>-.|gjF tar*, was the faw.a? >*),,£ 0{ donor in Crete The lujn ^l appears so often in cy-iazon^^! %  lied -a typical Banjqu, 3 powerful owl** 3 o awht coarse, abr. (he eirMerc of jud.1 the Tribe of David | The Torah bw -n>!ifp Venazie contribu*. %  -dim never. use*! r* do Q •oday. The earner V-'TB hrt3 olate. datinr bac% Ma raison d etre • A tor an exehpi~3 HEHI\B POLITICAL Cl RTAI\S Charge Nine out of Ten Suspensions Groundlesi E. s : BB.TM %  : I Sestate Cams --. i:. • EM dfca .--.. ... -. : f : =. %  _-.-.,--A: %  %  paicd he jd answering questions ^M, -jadict^ fmrti-c ar] style. *pt*ff tor instance, of the few—hardly more than a dozkaewn Jewish ceremonial ob, whata aatedate the year 1500. g the mass persecution and li i ill detraction of the Jew* me of the reasons for this loot. mat to Little has survived, even i the linniainirr Jewish hisits hare no choice but to con"%  which 'hat palicu". b -i b nd •be T'>rah hr**<~ %  y breastplate of ir^ Priest. Every Jewi>h traditiofially. • are kindled, even ; v hentchen" speaks of f-'erpretation eadff PUrM A lose THE USE of two rampant uons has its origin in the art of heraldJudge Base's teitnuoay was m supporr of Senate Beaobction 21. PERSONALITIES f.V PAXOHAMA L \ Truce Organization Seen A Stabilizer for Near East Otcor Uvoof 'A which Sen Hubert Humphchairman, thaouiet over the operation of tbe program makes aa independent reerammatw almost imperative Tbe jurist recited the details of a surrey made by ADL among eight Washington law firms which, he said, have handled more than 450 security case* under the Truman and Eisenhower directives The most striking finding is that these lawyers won more than 90 percent of the cases." he U fied "In other words, in 9 cases out It, the formal charges brought by the Government against an employee proved to be groundless. By OAVID HOROWITZ EC TO* ; r -IF THE MOVIES Visiting Rabbi's Stories Held >ot Quotable by Reporter ••0-E JERUSALEM — A visit to the DM headquarters in Jerusalem —situated on an imposing hilltop in the heart of the "Holy < no-mans land — convinced this writer that had it not been for the stabilizing presence of the Truce Supervision Organization in this troublesome area of the world, general hostilities might have broken out long ago. Both tbe Israelis and the Arabs appear to look with great awe and respect to this "Peace Fortress" flying the blue and white international emblem Here. then, is a good example testifying to the power for peace which the world organization exercise* in explosive areas such as the Holy Land The Truce Supervision Organiza .. beaded by the Canadian Major-Oneral E. L. M Burns configured in their strictly neutral acmitieht for the latent Gaza incident —the report for which Major General Bur'. idrafting during the ;he writer was told by Mr. Petersen that the observers on the spot found it very difficult to determine exactly whether there had been any provocation on the part of tbe Egyptians. Even if there had been, he said, it was next to impossible under the circumstances to discover any evidence. THE HOME mm had rooms, thus, to bnn* light uiltf on Sabbath eve. one a lit in each room 71 way in which mm I rituals 0(ratal), the comma meat or custom become perpetuated as a p. its original purpose ha> ed. Tbe black-and-white photo are dear and well-re; r vjceAi descriptive notations The toal so arranged that tbe reader ul from synagogue ritau bjectjl those used in tbe home, th marriage Tincluding su intricate rings ai.i 5 iriaL i the wheel of lifehi-. \i com,I circle, with the s>tw -•* JP*J The heritage of uV Jcajto* a fabric about then-, it ** deed be shameful nut to acquainted with ea I its i particularly ones s< ^eauufi these. THE WORLD OF SPORTS Baseball Season Open And Brings Argument By BILL WOLF The baseball season ha>n't even names. Rosen was quoted bj &\ Murrav in the New York P*[By LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD —A visiting rabbi del i v e red a et. but the "incidents". anting a dozen or so nation alrties with the Dutch. Scandinavians and Belgians in the majority. Of this number. 60 are in the field service, another 60 comprise the military observers and 20 serve as nod also cU?rks within an independent Secretariat, headed by Finn MunchinM ,, *. names anJ I dont like Al Rosen, whose vigor is not'h a7 % BesideWailj confined to hitting name runs, was" ^ | J^J ^ ti ^ c care of him in the midst of a hassle at Phoenix, _, WHM s .. iie t an easy thing attention to turkey stuffed with ta tP*** !" with the various offi sage; you are now about to con-, cers, this observer did not get the aider a sage stuffed with turkey!"'impression that favoritism ever and in a few seconds there a bitter exchange between Westlake and Durocher Rosen came to the defense of Westlake. and later charged that Durocher had caUod boh of them lum. I'm not sorry. AH 7* to do is sit on the bench for innings and listen to him dont even need good ears And what does Durocher 1 say? •Sure. I kid R*"^ then." Leo commented those short sleeves, you' ^ ,| show his muscles and wt ^ him, flea your muscles, Ai •em how strong you ^ m all ." Vo



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miDA Y. APRILJ, 195S_ Rules, Regulations for Preparation Of Home, Table Before Passover ~..,;<-f. flkrWfer By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY Executive Director Great (r Miami Vad % Hkhruth pecans Passover nas '•pecfal Maws of kashruth, and these hiws | must be observed and dealt with i even more strictly than the laws lof kashruth during the whole year. lit is of great importance to be faImiliar with some of these essential |lawapplicable to Passover. CHOMETZ and MATZO Chometz must neither be eaten.* nor used in any way, or held for my other purpose, neither in its Dn'i;in.il wholesome form nor in a jiixed form. Even the mixed taste, extracted from the chometz, is prohibited on Passover. It must not tven be kept, protected or owned ^y a Jew. Wheat, rye, barley, oats and corn Lre subject to become chometz if Ihey are not prepared in accord-1 Lnce with prescribed laws for Pass-1 Ever In addition to the above, all Fkitniyoth." namely, products kuch a~ peas, beans, green peas, I ktrins beans, rice, sweet corn, etc., | pre prohibited for Passover use. All utensils used during the year < vith chometz products are pro-1 hibitrd for Passover use. Some, however, may be kosherized, while hthers may not. For information bn which may be koshered and i-hich may not, consult a spiritual eader. Vegetables — including garlic — nay be used on Passover except Itring beans or green peas, etc., ^hich are prohibited. All beverEC~ such as whiskey, rum, corls, beer, etc., are prohibited for issover use. Brandy, cognac or Mivovitz may be used only when has a "Hechsher:" an endorsement on its original label from a lecognized Orthodox Rabbi. Wine must also have a "Hechfrom an authentic Orthodox abhi on its original label and seal, he Greater Miami Vaad Hakash pth advises Ihe purchase for Passof "Israel" wine, brandy or ptvovrtz, and thus help Israel in critical period, in addition to joying a delicious product. [Unle ihe Matzo or Matzo prod ti imarked on its original packke thai n ifor Passover use. it hall net be ii-ed for Passover. As [general rule for Passover prodMs, remember the following: kshruth endorsements must be part and parcel of the original package and seal; the Rabbi who endorses the product must be an Orthodox_ Rabbi; i„ any case of doubt call ff n Orthodox Rabbi, or th director f the Greater Mimii Vaad Hakashruth; no product *hall be purchased for Passover, unless the identity of the endorser is ascertained. This includes candies and ali food products. HOTELS and RESTAURANTS Radio announcements, newspaper ads, posters or signs stating "Passover meals served." "A famous Cantor will conduct its Se dorim," "Rabbi will lead in the Seder Services," "Passover Sedorim," "Holiday meals," do not prove that the place or the meals are Kosher. Before making reservations In any place for Passover, make inquiry of an authentic Orthodox Rabbi to verify whether the place is really Kosher. Places which were kosher last year may, not be kosher this year. It is therefor essential for your own protection to ask the proper authorities on Kashruth before you make arrangements for Passover. There is no such thing as government endorsement on kashruth for Passover, or even for the whole year. Statements such as: "Rabbi visits my hotel," "Rabbi checked my place," "Rabbi comes in here every time," do not mean that the said Rabbi endorses or even approves the Kashruth of said place, though the statement may be true. PREVENTION OF ISSUR Since chometz remaining under Jewish ownership during the Passover period becomes automatically "non-kosher" even after Passover, it is therefore necessary for every Jew to sell his or her chometz to a non-Jew in a legal way to protect the chometz from condemnation. The Rabbi in various synagogues will help take care of this problem in "mechirath chometz," selling the chometz in the legal prescribed way and manner. Do so immediately; don't leave it for the last minute. The Rabbi may not solicit it in-your home or business. It is against the principles of Rabbinical laws and ethics. It is even prohibited under the rules of "Kohen Hamesyah B'veis Hagrovos." It is therefore your duty to see, the Rabbi in his home or office, and sell your chometz. The last time for selling the chometz this year is Wednesday, Apr. 6, at 10:50 a.m. BDIKAS CHOMETZ The time for Bdikas Chometz (the search for or check up on) is Tuesday, Apr. 5. right after dark. Since Bdikas Chometz is only a check-up, the procedure shall be as follows: clean the house of chometz, chometz products or utensils. The chometz needed before Passover should be put in one place. This shall be done before i sunset. After dark, the Bdikah is ,to take place It is customary to put down in various places of the house, ten mimhe of bread; and, during the |i>uikah, pick them up, wrap them together and burn them at the time of the burning of the Chometz. Utensils customarily used for the Bdikah are a wooden spoon, some feathers (used as a brush for the crumbs) and a cloth to wrap up the chometz gathered in the "B'dikah." For the Bdikah, it is obligatory to use a candle which shall have one wick only. The Brochos for the "Bdikah will be found in the Hagaddah or Prayer Book. When the Bdikah is completed, "Kol Chamiro" shall be said. The "Wrapped Chometz" of the "Bdikah" should be put in a place where you will be sure to see it and you won't forget to burn it on time. EREV PESSACH "Fast" of the first born (male) takes place on Wednesday, Apr. 6. When the son is under the age of Bar Mitzvah, the father must fast for him. Participation in a siyum or in any other Mitzvah frees them PAGE 5B from fasting. A siyum takes place in various synagogues. Call your Rabbi for information regarding the Siyum. No Matzo is permitted to be eaten the whole day of Wednesday, Apr. 6. Chometz may be eaten until Wednesday, April 6, at 9:40 a.m., not later. The time for burning chometz is Wednesday, Apr. 6, at 10:50 a.m. The second Kol Chamiro shall be said then. The last time for selling or disposing of the Chometz is Wednesday, Apr. 6, at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, Apr. 6, until 2:30 p.m. (afternoon), potato pudding, Matzo pudding, Knediach, matzo bry, fruit, eggs, potatoes with Borscht, egg matzo, Kosher Passover cake, meat, fish and Kosher dairy products may be eaten. But neither Chometz nor Matzo are permissible. After 2:30 p.m., at the Seder ceremony, holy fruits, eggs or Kosher L'Pessach dairy products may be eaten. EIRUV TARSHILIN Since Yom Tov precedes Sabbath, and, it will therefore be necessary to prepare the Sabbath food on Vom Tov, Eiruv Tavshilin must be prepared and made. Do not forget. Ask your Rabbi for information. THE SEDER Matzo Shmurah is preferable, if possible, for the "Keorah" of the Seder. Manischewitz, Horowitz Margareten, Goodmans, Streits and other bakeries with authentic endorsement for Passover bake it. Plain "Kosher for Passover Matzos" are kosher and permissible for the "Keorah" (platters at the head of the Seder ceremony). Whole wheat matzos or egg Matzos may not be used at the Seder for the "Keorah" Seder ceremony. The "Keorah" consists of three Matzos placed on a platter at the head of the Seder table. On these Matzos, we utter the Brocho "Al Achilas matzo;" "from them we make "Korach," the sandwjch of Matzo and Moror; and we eat the afikomon. Celery, potatoes, parsley, radishes, scallions, etc., may be used for "Karpos." Lettuce is the most advisable and proper vegetable to be used for "Moror" (the bitter herbes). Horseradish may also be used, but lettuce is preferrable. Broiled meat or chicken is not permissible during the Seder night. LOCAL PASSOVER PRODUCTS Passover milk and dairy products must have Passover endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth on the original package to verify that we endorse it as Kosher for Passover. Such products, including a variety of kosher hard cheeses, are obtainable at Sunnybrook Creamery; "Tasty Food" and "Seashore" products, with the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Statements such as Passover cake, holiday cake, Yom-Tov cake or even "Kosher Le-Pessach" do not assure you that the product sold is really kosher. You must see a "Hechsher" on the original cake package from an authentic Orthodox Rabbi, before you buy same for Passover. For other information regarding Kashruth for Passover or in general, call the director of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. N ^~tsar -^^~^~\^-v^v^^-v^\^~v^-v^-v^ >^~^ Southern Dairies, Inc. To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER FOR PASSOVER lomcgsr.hed Milk Sweet Cream NwrindJflB Scvr Cream Country Style Cottage Cheese and Popcorn Cottage Cheese S P K V I AC Kosher L'Pesach ices Lemon and Raspberry nde: the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 for Service SOUTHERN DAIRIES KOSHE PASSOV DAIRY PRODUCTS 62 N.E. 27th STREET PHONE 9-6501 why we make this annual statement For many years, we have advertised Heinz Vegetarian Beans, five of the Heinz Soups and other Heinz varieties as Kosher. We have called attention to the seal of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA on so many of our labels. In the minds of somereadersof these ads, the impression might have arisen that by "Kosher," we include "Kosher for Passover." Hence this yearly pre-Passover statement to make things clear: Heinz -labelled foods are Kosher all year, but NOT for Passover. H. J. HEINZ COMPANY PITTSBURGH, PA. MAKERS OF THE '(Eg VARIETIES



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FRID AY, APRIL I, 1955 Dr. Sachar Feted At Receptions Here Dr Abram L. Sachar, president 0 f Hrandeia University, arrived in Miami Beach Tuesday to report on i he process of the Waltham, Mass school at a meeting in the Delano hotel scheduled Tor ThursI day evening. AmonK those who hiv? been lolaving host to Dr. Sachar are coIchairmcn for the Greater Miami IBrandcis Committee Dr. Stanley iFrehlintf and Jack Leonard, of Milami: Dr. Henry Reiss, New York City Mr. and: Mrs. Maxwell Abbell, Chicaj-o: and Mr. and Mrs. Philip feldman. of Boston. Dr Sachar was also entertained Mr and Mrs. A. L. Mailman, Hollywood and Miami, and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Miloff, of Hollywood, I ho scheduled a reception in his |onor at theit home. **w^/ IkriUu PAGE 7B THE TERCENTENARY STORY CopjalgM. low. by American Jcwt.h Press 25. 19th Cenlury U.S. Jewish Culture Text by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO XEBBCCA ttRATZ (178/-18*9) FOUNDED THE PHILADELPHIA ORPHAN ASYLUM AND THE FIRSTJEWISH SUNDAY SCHOOL IN AMERICA SHE INSPIRED siRMHTrx SCOTT'S -REBECCA' AY "IVANMOE / fr WAS RABB/ ISAAC i-cese/?, SPOKESMAN FOR THE ORTHODOX COMMUMTY WHO TRANSLATED THE BIBLE INTO ENCL/SHC/8S9) HEBREW rAY SCHOOLS WERE ESTABLISHED BY THIS TIME. HOWEVER) WORMING MENS SROUPS LIKE THE CARPENTERS'UNIONBESA.lv TO MILITANTLY ASITATE FOR A PUBLIC EDUCA TlOAl FOR THEIR CHILDRBR... WHEN THESE BECAME A REALITY, THEY SOON DlSPLACEP THE NEBRBW SCHOOLS Judaea Group Formed At Monticello Congregation A Young. Judaea group for boys 1887 REV. SABATO MORAIS FOUNDED -0\ AMERICA'S SECOND RAB3ANICAL /NST/TL/T/OM, T THE JEWISH TNBOIOU-ICAL SEAJNAR%/AL H.Y., S %  AND ABOUT THIS TIME THE FIRST JEMSHNEWS, PAPERS PUT L/V THEIR APPEARAA/CB group for boys and girls of Q .years and up ha* been formed. #A, Congregation of Monticello Eafk, and meets every i Arthur Cohen. Monday night in the congregation building under th> leadership of Dr. Abram Sachar Irs. Sarah Weinkle Dies; las Active Communal Worker Mrs Sarah Weinkle, 57, wife of Barney Weinkle, city physician Miami Beach, died Mar. 24. She ne here 25 years ago from Atfcta, Ga„ and lived aV 1755 Calais Miami Beach. Mrs. Weinkle was a past presiit of the Uajdassab Organization Bcih Jacob Synagogue and was + PEARL & LOU'S RED MILL RESTAURANT Biscayne Blvd. at 80th St.—Ph. 89-8340 • OPEN SUNDAYS from 1 P.M. • Former Operators of Leading Beach Hotel Dining Rooms Serving the Ultimate of Fine Foods at REASONABLE PRICES I WE USE CHOICE AND PRIME MEATS ONLY. 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A 10th ST., MIAMI BEACH fine Accommodations for Passover Holidays at Very Attractive Rates %  MM -rep-iec TRADITIONAL SERVICES HELD BY WILL KNOWN CANTOR FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 1-2341 Under Management of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berg 1 Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. 6EWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL RE OPEN FOR PASSOVER OUR HOTEL IS WELL KNOWN TOR ITS KASHRUTH WE USE ONLY lfl£ CN?; MEAT which is under the supervision of the Rosfoner Rabbi from Brooklyn ,For Reservations and prices call JE 8-0266 or JE 1-9217 Our kitchen is under persona; supervision of Mrs. B. Gewirti



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PAGE 8 B f-JMM^ JggAY. APRIL Scroll Makes Link To Overseas Youth American children will be help ing less fortunate boys and girls in" North Africa, the Middle East and in Israel through a new Combined Jewish Appeal program an nounced by the Women's Division chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Following through on the plan originally announced at the recent "Chai" luncheon sponsored by the Womenl Division. Mrs. Simonhoff has appointed Mrs. Samuel T Sapiro to head the unique pro-ram through which the lives of children and grandchildren here are sympathetically linked with the lit of youths o\ c rs a—i than 40 women, ardent workers in the Combined Jewish Appeal, have made special contributions honoring their children Col Katriel P Salmon, leader and grandchildren Names of the-e of the Jewish Brigade and hero of 0 > s and ""' s are prominently in the War of Liberation, will be scribed on a huge parchment send guest speaker at a third Seder here now on display in the offices Col. Salmon His? adrat Plans Third Seder Here Variety Show Due On Beach Apr. 10 In the spirit of Passover, an all star variety show will be presented bv the Hebrew Academy, on Sunday evening. Apr. 10. at the Miami Beach High School auditorium. Featured on the program are Sandra Barton, singing star of Borachtcapados"; Billy Modes. Yt dish-American recording star; Barr\ Blake. Jackie (.lea-onprotege; Carlos Barnett. pianist \ double quartet of Academy studentwill render Passover selections with special arrangement by Miriam Donnerstag, Academy music director. The evenl i" sponsored jointly by Hebrew Academy Men. HebrewAcademy Women and the P T \ Sidnej Rubinowitt is general chairman, assisted by co-chairman Frank Brickman and Hyman Galbut. who is in charge of publicity. Heading the program and ticket committee are Alex Miller. Aaron Lauer, Hyman Sandier. Jacob Kaufman. Kolman Luria and Samuel Reinhard. and Mesdames Arthur Bergman. Morris Dubler. Irving Firtel, Charles Gertler. Maurice Goldberg, Ted Landesman. Louis Makovsky. Alex Miller, Henry Penchansky, Samuel Reinhard, Sidney Kubinowitz. Hyman Sandier. Edna Selis Joseph Shapiro, Miriam Solkoff. Isidore Spolter, William Stern. Beacli Attorney Named To Dade Delegation Joseph GaSSSfl of Miami Beach hibeen named as one of two attornej for the Dade County legislative delegation for the 'April Mesion in Tallahassee. Gassen Will work with W. K ( ulbreath in handling legal and administrative matterfor the delegation. He has been a practicing attorney here for five years and for a short time served as counsel for the Office of Price Stabilization. Gassen has law Saul Raskin Opens One-Man Show Here Opening with an even,r tion on Monday, Saul R a ,li M present at his ne m a „ ? h J *• watercolors presented j n 1 m i ami Beach Art Center Th, llJz) will remain on view thro-^.h JJS I Raskin studied for man .. in Paris. Berlin. Jerusalem'jl New York. Member ol b !" h ^ .Audubon and American w, color Societies. Raskin has hibited and receive] pr j 2( in the Art Instituti of (h ic ^ Philadelphia Print Club, BrooS Museum. City Art Mu, eum L Louis. Virginia Mu-cum ol fi* Arts. Library ol | Metropolitan Museum ol Art Among bonks Raskin has mj trated are "Genesis," "The B of Psalms." "The Haggadah" Pirke Avothr ', offices in Miami and lives atJlgj Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. arranged by the Israel Histadrut Committee. Col. Salmon, military attache of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, is a native of Israel where his family have lived generations the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. According to Mrs. Sapiro. when the scroll is completed it will be for specially treated, inscribed with the names of Greater Miami's CJA The Seder will be held on Sunleaders, mayors and other lmporday evening. Apr 10. in the Cortant public officials and then be onation room of the Empress hotel, sent overseas to the State of IsSpeaking in the name of Amerirael. "The scroll is to create a nevcan Zionists will be Louis Segal, er-ending link between givers and general secretary of the Farband receivers and help create an everLabor Zionist Organization, execulasting bond of friendship between five member of Jewish Agency and the two." Mrs. Simonhoff said, other American and international Greater Miami women who have Jewish organizations. inscribed the names of children Participants in the program are upon the "Chai" scroll are the Mesthe well-known columnist and dames Samuel T. Sapiro. Frances writer Harry Simonhoff, auth ir of "L'nder Strange Skies." and Rabbi Max Shapiro, prominent spiritual leader here A special Haggadah has been prepared lor the occasion. The will be rendered by a group of narratorand singers led uel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom. and Judith Rubin. Harry Blonder. David Brown. Esther Cohen, Sarah Czech. Jacob Entine. Morris Falk. Lillian Glaser. Harry Gordon. Pauline (in--. Leo Gross, W J Harris. Anna Kane. Benjamin Kaplan. Robert Levy, Samuel Lipton. Louis Makovsky, Helen Mandell. Nathan Nash, David Phillips. Irving Quart in. Stella Radner. Rebecca Rothman. bane! Herbert, ol Maurice Schwartz Sam B. Schlesinger. Henry' Scitlin. Art Theatre. Dade County Guard ol Honor of the Jewi-h War Veterans will present coiotPioneer Miamian Max Mintxer Dead at 65 Services were held Wednesday, Mar 23. for Max ?>Iint7cr who died Mar. 21 at the age of 65. Coming here from Rumania 30 ago,, he lived at 1510 SW 25th ave. Mr. Mintxer was treasurer of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association and a life member of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. A founder of Congregation Beth El. he was also a member of the Zionist Organization of America. B'nai B'rith and an active worker for the local Combined Jewish Appeal. Survivors include his wife. SalJohn Scrbin. Alexander Shedroff. Samuel Simonhoff. Michael Steckloff. Mary SI. \. Helen Sparber. Charles Sparrow, Frieda Kalstein, Ann M. Tart. Jacob Udell. Sol : Carl Weinkle. Rose Weintr.uk Ben Zimmerman and David R Hallen. Tax Experts Schedule forum at Dade Auditorium Public forum on income tax sponsored by the Dade County Bar .ation will be held Monday evening, Apr. 4. at the Dade County Auditorium. Tax committee of the Bar Association. Douglas D. Felix, chairman, will preside over a panel which includes Ray F. Sadler. M. A. Baskin. C. B. Kniskern. Jr.. Richard H. W. Maloy. Cyrus A. Neuman and Maurice Survis. Six topics will be reviewed by ly: two sons. Herman and Joseph; the panel prior to the question-anthree daughter-. MrJeanette swer period: medical and dental Schulman and Mrs Ethel Feinberg. expenses; income from rent; perMiami. and Mrs Helen Halperin. sonal exemptions and dependents; a brother. I. L. and nine grandF'itzgerald. Ga ; Mintzer. -Miami; children. Members of the family who flew in to attend services at Gordon's Miami Chapel were Mr Samuel Mintzer. New York; and Mr and Mrs Philip Halperin. Fitzgerald. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery. M'AM! BEACH S'JR'SIDE 1104 Lincoln Hi. 9473 Kordino Ave. Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6171 CUSTOM TAiORiNG 1104 I'MCOIN ROAD Miami Bench 9473 HARDiNG AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 39fh Itmr *n Miami Beach GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-5860 nave your roof repaired now; you will uvr on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Man" gains on sale of personal residences: pensions and annuities; dividend credit and retirement in come. rv<29 REACH for ROKEACH... CV REACH for the BEST.?? KOSHER for PASSOVER nOB 1 ? "Wf3 ^85 YEARS &f 85 PRODUCTS I. BOKIACH SONS, Inc., FIUSHINO.N V • lAIMINOOAll. N. I. • IOONT0 CA" "11113 £ KOSHER and PARVE for PASSOVER ALL WALTER BAKER CHOCOLATE PRODUCTS KOSHER for PASSOVER



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FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955 *Jentst) Uiriii >, PAGE 11B ifichael Sherwood, son of Mr. knd Mrs. Barney Goldberg. Ivill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah kt Temple Emanu-El SaturHay. Apr. 2. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Michhel is an eighth grade stuBent at Miami Beach Junior fiigh School and is in the hird grade of Temple EmanuI's daily religious school. Ardmore Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hauser, will celebrate hiB Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, Apr. 2. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and is in the fourth grade of the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. \arsow Ghetto Program To be Aired Sunday ftadio program dedicated to the ( known Yiddish folk singer from i i i he Warsaw Ghetto, has New York. en announced by Daniel M. | The program which has been arjd, presidenl f the Jewish Naran ged by Sam Prosterman. radio |nal Fund Council of Greater Michairman of Council, will be under The memorial will take place the direction of Councilman Harold Sunday. Apr. 3. 12 noon, over Turk. ition WMBM. Jabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. spiritof Congregation Beth El, deliver an address. Cantor rele Kelemer. of Miami Hebrew tools and Congregation, will jder appropriate musical selecis for the occasion. Also appearwill be Molly Kaplan, well George Gordring will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 2, at Congregation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate. George is an eighth grade student at Hebrew Academy and is a member of B'nai Akibah. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Gordring, 1345 Drexel ave., residents here for the past two years. The Gord. rings came to the U.S. three years ago and are steel imI porters. Kiddush, honoring the Bar Mitzvah, will follow the ceremony. Hialeah Children Have Seder Children of Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center religious school will have a model Seder Sunday morning, according to Mrs. Leon Eisenman, chairman of the education committee. WINE ME Um IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS Ardmore Richard Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Barrie, 6411 Allison rd., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Apr. 2, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Richard, a student at Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. NOW OPEN LORRAINE CONVALESCENT HOME 380 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 24-Hour Registered Nurse Supervision Mr*. Rile Fortman, Manager Phones 82-5616 — 82-5617 Kittled Under Personal • Suftivisien of RABBI ABRAHAM M. CASSEl Miami Beach PASSOVER IS ALMOST HERE and HAGGADAH KOSHER WINE IS READY TO MAKE YOUR PESACH A MOST ENJOYABLE OCCASION Sold of Super Mark efs and Package Stores LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Phil* delphio, Baltimore, Washington Albany, Boston, Providence — all other point*. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE. JUST Off THE PRESS "LIVE A 100 YEARS HAPPILY" by DR. ABRAHAM W01FS0N, author of "The Road to Health and Happier Living" "Spinoio: A life of Reason* Here ia a Complete Guide to Mental Physical Emotional Health Or. Wolfson tells you how he lives, what he eats that keeps him well and happy, though 73 years old. He tells you the secret of youth in age. Send only $1.50 to the Spinoza Forum Foundation, 124 %  11th St., Miami Beach, Fla. For $2.03 you'll receive both books: "THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND HAPPIER LIVING' and YEARS HAPPILY. 'LIVE A HUNDRED EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS announces that only the products bearing the following endorsement /..,s^ %  *&%; nra'"JI rT5 rvjivrr /\ H \ nitraa.Vni %  *•' KOSHER PASSOVER MILK LIGHT & HEAVY CREAM SOUR CREAM BUTTER, EGGS & CHEESE These Products are Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wide Vaad Hakashruth, which is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation) as Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes personal car* of tha order of Kashruth Mashgichim are taking caro of Kashruth at tho farms and tho pastourizing and bottling plants TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ASK FOR BORDON'S AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE Phone PL 7-1611



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)AY. APRIL 1. 1955 ;ouncif Elects Irs. Myers Continue from Page 1 B %  !<>* ffrrktit Wi Auerbach Unveiling The dedication of a mdnumerit! u mcmory rf ,hc la 'e Louis' Auerbach, formerly of 705 Jeffer-1 son ave., Miami Beach, will take PAGE 13 B Ind since its inception and is a P la Sunday, Apr. 3, at 2:30 p.m., "' ,.. „-man of Federation's the Jewish Section of Woodlawn chairman r fe. oi^'^^^nS^!tL en 0 ff !^ a t'i"g""Mr. Aucr*;, ->„ %  a momher ? o f the **^r**irvivcd by Ms wife, Hose; Aboard of the National Conl >> %  Sam and Irvine. bot| 64 1 of Christians and Jews. !" ami Beach: a daughter, Mrs. .i_ .v. „ M| nnie Abramowitz, of Miami [A *** ???}! !" ^ fel Beach; and a sister. Mrs. S Division. AmoruJ hi]£,Sfj££ me,er V wi n Cantor Aaron fi ^convention also called ; ^^gjJJ-J "oejmjnt the 2 45 Council sections toiconare aske d t(J attend antf re,a,,ve \ tratc their efforts in the fields c*-. civil lii-rrties ahd civil rights, | Furer Unveilino IIh and welfare services, im^""S ration law and service to the I The dedication of a monument |gn horn during the next two to the memory of the late Jacob rs\ In a scries of resolutions on John Furer, formerly of 1500 South iona! and international issues. Treasure dr., North Bay Village,! delegates' urged the United will take place Sunday, Apr. 3, T,' l( .ovornrnent to increase its P.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with ur i. ii the development of ecoDr. Joseph Narpt officiating. Mr. Hie a n (I social stability and Furer is survived by his wife, Ma Rose, and two brothers, Abraham, of California, and Henry, of Cincinnati, O. he was a Past Master of the Stamford-Connecticut Lodge I of Masons and Elks. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. [ideal democracy throughout the rid. —— fall Unveiling the dedication of a monument | n e 'morj of the late Herman II. tnrmcrly of 20 East Rico Alto Miami Beach, will take place — bday, Apr 3, at 1:30 p.m., on Leess Double Unveiling (Temple Israel Section of Wood_. J„ J: .• In Part Cemetery, with Dr. Jo-' !" f dedication of a monument h N,r., ok&iatSk Mr. Wall is .L'^JtETSf f th V at ? E = da vived by his wife, Bertha:" a SjJK^ ^ ^"V* 9" Bernard *.. ol Miami Beach; ^^^.^1 take place Sunday, %  uehtcr Mrs (ecile Burger of Apr 3 at 3:3 p m on lhe w *Yrkand 5 brother Oscar mcn %  Circle p '<>t <* Mt. Sinai MeI morial Park Cemetery, with Rabb. S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Leess are survived by three sons, Sam of Miami, Charles of Brooklyn, and Harry of Bayoone, N.J.; also two daughters, Mrs Rose Kessler, of Miami, and Mrs. David Adler, New York. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Will Participate En Beach Seder Hon. Simeha Pratt, Consul General of, Israel at Chicago, Will be finest of honor' at rrie:, congregational Seder of fchlp'.lc 'Beth Shoton! on Wednesday evening, Apr. 6, in the Temple banquet hall, according to an announcement by Ralph Spero, president. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will conduct the annual Seder, which is open to nonniembers. as well as members. Mr. Pratt was born in Rovno, Russia, in 1912 and moved to Palestine in 1926. He was educated at I Bhe University of Basle in Switzer-1 tend and later at the University of London. In 1940, Mr. Pratt settled m Tel Aviv and practiced law in that city until 1953, when he joined the Israel Foreign Service. %  As a member of the Haganah Organization, Mr. Pratt participated in the defense of Tel Aviv in 1947 and 1948. A first lieutenant. he was seriously wounded in June, i048. which resulted in his leaving the Army in January, 1949. Mrs. l'rait will join him at the Beth ShoJom Seder. liZtL ~ TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy Will Provide KQSUER FOR PASSOVER Products MILK • CREAM • SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CrIEESE Placo Your Orders with Your Driver or Call 84-4521 6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE i* M IAMI TITLC &QhtractCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Titlt Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves fxeeod $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 ton. uf New York. Mr. Wall was kast president of Temple Israel %  Miami, a member of the WestCountry Club, the Exchange lb. B P.O. Elks of Key West, Mtary of the Venetian Islands ktciation and a member of the rict> riuh and Opera Guild of later Miami. Arrangements are lharge of Palmer's Miami Monun Company. Friends and rela\> are asked i" attend. Beth Jacob Model Seder %  elite Cenier Meeting Lular April meeting of the Is-1 J£JJ g^T^ad^ Bile Center will be held on Tues-, Shirley Blye will act as r Children of Beth Jacob Religious School will conduct their annual morning, mother and Apr ; First nominations of light the candles. |cers and !.onr,1 of directors will place Elections are scheduled ITuesday, May 3. %  elite Center Seder unday morning, students of the petite Center religious school conduct .-< model Seder for the Ire school. Jerry Bernstein will say the Kiddush. Mickey Gilbert will ask the four questions. Table will be set with all traditional herbs, bitters, wine and matzos. The function is sponsored by the Parent Teacher's Association. \BUILDm Of IMMORTAL MEMORIALS fOR THE rot* $ mast: JEWISH TRADE || mi ii i a. w. or f* 'or tht IStiry White BulUlm, THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS 140.00 Plus Cemetery Charges JSundays n %n ,3.0249 ptfli WGULAR HOME SERVICE l'"aM l, i t0 your h m "r* "• rnwi..rr • conomi <:' way DRYVV00D TERMITES ERADICATED WWW TElfT METHOD r-'V*o'o B d M „ S ; V r Ou.r.nt.e on ">•"> or Subterrano.n T.rmit.. TRULY N0LEN. *. 82M41 At e EACH 1Mf A|ton |toa5-3444 Will Discuss Spinoza "Spinoza—A Life of Reason," will be the topic of a lecture Saturday afternoon by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th Street Dade Federal JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. Eighth S ^* ON CCNT Y R BRANCH BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. 5797 N.W. Seventh A.ent,. V**?^ \ ^ n Sa!wrd y* • and branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. 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)AY, APRIL 1. 1955 ••JeHistrkrldlirHi PAGE 15 B hV^TcOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND KOB DADE COUNTY. nBlDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34927B Br ESTATE OF TH i ; UROHB. a/k/a FAITH r ITAKNKH. "Va FAITH ri-VKOU'ITZ, Deceased F NOTICE TO CREDITOR* I .ll creditors and Ali F'eraons HavI riaims or Demands Agalnet Said ..a! ami each of you, arc hereby Imrd am' required to present any E„, and demands which you, or Zr i.l vou. may have against the ,,, of FAITH K. GROSS, a/k/a £f H B KAKNER, a/k/a FAITH §.K<)"IT7. deceased late of Dado f.,, Horlda. to the Honorable tsk B. Ix'Wl.ING, County Judga Ijiuj,. County, and file the name in f [he County Courthouae in I, County, Horlda, within eight %  nilar months from the date of the | publication hereof. Said claims lemands U> contain the legal adis of the claimant and to be aworn %  nil presented as aforesaid, or same 1|H> barred See Section IM of the 1'rnl.atc Ad. L|,. March 1, A.D, IMS. y \ GROSS u Executor of the l-ast Will restameni ol KAITII E. DROSS, a/ka/ FAITH K. BARN FIR. a/k/a KAITIl LEF'KuWITZ. 1 icceased %  TON \ FRIEDMAN Kin*-\ lur Executor |.;o — 4 IS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, BRIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34909A Ac ROTATE OF I\ \ s LFIVIN, Deceased I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ji| Creditor! and All Persons llavIt'laims or l>einanda AKaln.it Said iti IU. and each of you are hereby tied and required to present any ii.. md demand! which you, or • of you, may have against the .i • MAX s. LEVIN, deceased ..i I Mil.County, Florida, to the >raMCounty Judieea "f Dade • .. and file the aame In their ofIn the County Courthouse In County. Florida, within eight ilar month! from the date of the publication hereof. Said claim! imandi to contain the legal ad"* the claimant and to be sworn I presented as aforeaald, or same be barred Bee Section 7II.1I of MS Probate Act i. Man Ii ll. AH IMS. HERMAN T. ISIS AExecutor of the Last Will and Testament of MAX H LEVIN, Deceased. I.MAX T ISIS IT %  fo Executor K'ongreas Bldg .Miami, Florida 4/1 s |rOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File A-13504 hapter 20722 Acts of 1941 JTl'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that |l'll KFII.I.EHEIt, holder of Town r,.| iit.v Tax Sale certificate but issued the sist day of May, ire,: has filed same in my ofpnd has made application for a %  *-d to %  -"I thereon, said It. ate eiiilira. %  • .the follow nig dell property la the County* of Bl iti of i"' %  Ida, to-wlt: pt I, Block 14, Florida Cltv 1 I'lat Hook I, Tage 74. Ctlon : %  %  Township .",7 South. in-. II East in tin'Town of %  nrida City, County of Dade, late .if not i "-"--i %  %  .,f said property un%  h. said certificate was In the |t>f: Estate of Ruth Earle. "I eel tin.-at,, shall he n irdlng to law. the property %  bed herein will he sold to the *t bidder at the Court House pn the first Monday in the month !>'. ;'•—. which is the 2nd day of 1 ,s led this Mtll day of March. I9.">5. E B l.EATHBRMAN, Clerk ..f Circuit Court, I'.el. County. Florida. "> x ,• STEKRETT, _! ,**•''' "cputy Clerk I o.5 ,RCUIT COURT OF THE Ir JU i ) J CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ISAS* COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN rSli-u.. .. No 177712 I *<•', '-"WSKI, Plaintiff. LniJU 1 -' ASK| Defendant. E IC „8V PUBLICATION p.AN SZI'Ml LOW SKI L, Alern 140 m Nicolas, lrovlnce of Buenoa %  ,'.',": A 'gen Una J" ARE HEREBY notified that a |> '•mnlaint for tHvoroa has been I "ii, and you are requirl %  *' %  %  copy ,,f your Answer or if ',", %  "'" the plaintiffs -i. .KUSHON S. .MII.l.KK. 420 '• % % %  '• %  Miami Beach. Kia„ .f ,' % ..! ,n original in the ofPi the ( lerk of the Circuit Court 'I'L'Tth day of April. I heiwls,. the HIM of Complaint r i.iKi-n as confeaaed by vou. ff Malch'l'i'-'' K,orld "' lhl I8,h f;B. i.KA-THKlt.MAN. t lerk of the circuit Court, >ade County, Ma. 1 H H. RICE, JK. 4 ka.u Deputy Cleric tM N er l 5 E T0 CREDITORS IAND pr?J V JUD QE5' COURT fclDA ,^ro„ DADE COUNTY, f Ks! N x -,^?^ ATE N 3WM B Tt>., I ;' 1 ,{EI, BRIK8BN. Deceased and All Persons Hav"> Fernanda Against Said abim I of you. are hereby i '.'Miiie.i i„ prewnt any r ", Florida, within elghl llmli %  '. ',""" ,ho rt te of the •""'atlon hereof, Said claims NOTiCE UNO|_ FJCT.TIOU. %  KSSLSJ'SSH?! 'VEN that HENRY NOR-T^ LU> T^AKMCT i^r'seVnoVo vW 1 4/1-8-15-22 Wianil. V """" %  Sa|„ claims of ," '".'""'aln the legal adn.| ,„ < and to be sworn I aa aforesaid, or i "'.; %  • %  barrod, fSs ll FRBDBRIK8EN, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS — NAME LAW MOnCa IH HEREBY GIVEN th-u the undersigned, desiring to H,,,, „ VINCENT PAI.A/.Zdi.u GRAZIANO MACRO Partners M-lcT WEI.l.iscn Attorney for Applicant! 4/1 ~n~ I i !!'_' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKltY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOUTH PLORlBl PARTS WAREHOUSE, at 41 N.W. 20ti Street. Ml"T.l; v2*-J, n, ^ n 1 l rp flster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS ZCCKEIt.MAN BIDNETT SPSS 3/I8-J5 — 4/1-8 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30384-B RE: ESTATE <>K MEYER JJQUCK, also known as M. .1. OI.ICK, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARQE NOTICE is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final IM-.VII.UK, as Administrators of the estate of MEYER I CLICK, also known as M. .1. OLICK deceased: and that on the lad dav of May IS.VI.'WIII apply t,. the Honorable )£ %  BI'ANTON. County Judge of Ihtde County. Florida, for approval of aaid final report and for final discharge as Administrators of the Batata "f MEYEIt .1. (li.ICK. also known as M .1 OUCK, deceased. This 25th day of March. I90.V JACOB FISHMAN KHIEI. L.EHOWODER CHAIII.KS I.IPPl.W OEOROE CHERTKOF Attorney for Administrators 07 Olympla Building. Miami :!;'. Pta, 4/l-S-l.-,-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN that the undei signed, rijjelrlng to eafjaffe in business under the fictitious name of MT-JO KNACKERY, at 150 Clralda AVenue, Coral (lables. Florida, intend to rtirister said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JOSEPH FOOEl/ \i vi: \ FOOEL I 1-1-15-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RICH BALES, at :'K N.W. Ird Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK REICHMAN iSKAL) Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for < iwner M7 olympla Building, Miami, Florida :i |g t I-I-1B LEGAL NOTICE The undersigned. Max I^evln. does hereby give notice that on March 19th, IH',.,. he sold the business which he operated *inder the name of L A L MEN'S SHOP, at IM N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, and that he Is no longer associated ot In any way ,s.nnectcd therewltli and that he will not be raaponalble for any debts or obligations assumed, contracted or Incurred by or on behalf of said business or any party connected therewith aa of and since the above mentioned date of sale. Dated at .Miami, Florida, on March 2Srd. IMS. MAX LEVIN HKRMvYN I BRKTAN Attorney for Max Levin 72 W. Flugler Street 3/2:. — 4/1-8-1.-1 Ala""*" Deceased. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 61 L A L MEN'S SHOP, at 128 N. Miami Ave.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court 6t Dade County. Florida. MARVIN TANNER, Sole Owner HERMAN 1. BRKTAN Attorney for Applicant 72 W Flngler St. 8/25 — 4/1-8-15 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 177948 TRANCES KORNET, Plaintiff va. ISltAKI. KORNET, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ISRAEL KORNET ADDRESS ITNKNOWN You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill "f Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. DAVID LKVINE, 122 N W 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the t lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of -May. It56. If you fall M Judgment b) default will be taken against you for the reh.t Oemanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week f.o four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORiniAV HONK AMI ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this Mth day of March. A U %  { | KATIII'llMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, l ', 1 "'l', 1 .",..,. By WM W STi" KINO. (Circuit Court Seal) Heputy ( lerk 4/1-8-1 £\ E Jt E u-r : J, R ? UIT COURT OF THE E .s J E s. V f N TH ,s JUD,e,A1 CIRCUIT, IN frJi? F S R ^P ADE COUNTY, FLOR ELIZABETH ZAI.A, Plaintiff. 77441 AJ ^striffi.ra ^ A t L Al I'e'endnnt. T k ^?T,?5, BV PUBLICATION TO: AJllKn r. ZALE Eight l-iiat r.Sth Street •c/o Rubln'i Restaurant v ,?. ew Vork <-i, yNew York • A J_'f! KK %  ZA1A. are reAllNW.T voree n '^, ,Hd Building. Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original In the off I. of the ( lerk of the above Court on or before th e 20th day of April, I9f,5, or omplalnt will be taken as confessed. Hated this 10th day of March B, B. I.EATHEKMAN, m Hy r K.'H ir„ -,"^il C OUl1 i/H?.'i 5 V l- '"""'V ,:, rk %  "<. Al.t'HEl) F. ZAU\, • lUlred to aerve a copy of v.iui to the Hill of Complaint for Div I!"' ..Plaintiff's attorney. .Ii 1 N -. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ''TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND CHAN D r A eR E v COUNTY F'-ORIDA. IN CHANCERY. M 0 177631 MART I'l-'EFFEIt. Plaintiff '' "HJK33 •" KKH lefendant. ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION lo: JESS PFEEEER IM old Bergen Jerae] City, New Jersey TOI AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED tnal a hill of complaint for divorce hag been filed against you, and vou are hereby required to serve a -copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint ",".. he Plaintiff's attorney, MAI.YIN BNGLANDBR, Jll Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida. Vnd file the original answer in the office of the Clerk oJJhe Circuit Court on or before the I*W day of April. 19.',:,, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against vou. DATED this 16th day of March, A.D. ls.i;,. (Seal) 3/1K-25 — 4/1-8 B. II. LKATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court By R. H. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34746-A In Re: E8TATE OF' HORACE nteMarch 24th. A.D, 1965. ROBERT C. RICHHEIMER 11 RICHARD RTCHIIEIMER CHARLES W BTIFJF i:i.. JR. As Co-Bxecutora of the I^ast Will and 'Testament of HORACE 0. RICHHBIMER, I leceased IRWIN E. KOTT of Myera, Helman A Kaplan Attorney for co-executora 4/l-8-i:.-2L' 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 TO: MATILDA BROWNE 304 North Archibald Street FVrt William, Ontario Canada You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cony of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEOROE L. KNIilHT. 1006 Security Building, Miami, FTorldn, C.S.A., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of April, IM*. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 15th day of March, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida 111 JOAN COIRNOYER. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk OKOKGE I. KNIOHT GF:OKGF: CLAHK SMITH Attorneys for llalntlff 3/18-2 5 — 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 FLAMENCO M1SIC, at 8602 N.W. 22nd Avenue. Intend! to ceglster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. ""V.TER ZARZYCK. MAX P. BNOBL, ESQ. Attorney for Flamingo Music 3/11-18-25 — 4/1 ^__ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177422 HERMAN K. COOPER, Plaintiff, vs. EDNA MAE COOPKR, Defendant • .^HUIT FX>R DIVORCE TO: EDNA MAT: eoi u'KR %  pN. 12th Street Pnoenix, Arizona You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required !?. s rV8 a cu vy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plalntlffa Attorney, HENRY M. -AIN JalH West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 18th day of April, Ml you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint lhls nothe shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, this 10th day of March, A 11 Florida, l :•:,.-,. E Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida ,,., ,. Uy M c ORE EN. riENRY M ,,r CArN' 1 *" Ut> ** Attorney for Plaintiff ?,',!J 2' F >lf'o r Street, Miami, Florida J/18-25 — 4/1-8 IM • N i > J'SF„^ Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l!-S VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUN T Y. IN CHANCERY, No. 177403 ANNEMARIE VAZQUEZ, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY A. VAZQUEZ. Defendant. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HENRY A. VAZQUEZ, c/o Ablno Vazquez, 1246 Evergreen Avenue, Bronx 72. New York. You are hereby notified that a BUI ., i ofnp'alnt for Divorce has been filed against yon, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYEKtt. HEIMAN & KAPLAN. 6.10 Seybokl Building, Miami. Florida, and file tba original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or-before the Sth day of April, 1855. If iii-Jtiil to do so, Judgment by default will lie taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onoe each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Sth day of March. A.D. 19.'.;. E. B. LEATHKBMAX, clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKINO, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida 3/11-18-25 — 4/ 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 'H HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of KREDELLF: FOOTWEAR, at 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EVELYN NUSBBAVM MILTON M SS'I'.AIM FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicants M6 Seybold Building a/11-18-25 — 4/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Iff HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NTD0N EXTERMINATORS, at 1613 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES TAll'.L LEONARD KALISH Attorney for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldf. 3/11-18-26 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VERTICAL BLIND Co OF' FI/iRll>\ at 1:.-16T-16! N E. 62nd St.. Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAXWELL I, WEISBERa LEONARD* HEIN S/ll-18-25 — 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ot \ BARBARA HOTEL APARTMENTR at ^:l" tOth Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,'AN-VILLE REALTY OF FLORIDA. INC. KOVNKR A MANNHEIMER Attornevs for Canvllle Realty of Florida. Inc. 3/ll-18-2i — 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 vs. MARY BREWER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY BREWER 3000 S.W. 16th Street Miami, Florida You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, GEOROE A. o'BRIFiN, 607 Olympla Building. Miami. Florida^ and file the original Answer or l*leadlng In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2f>th day of April. 1955. If vou fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH F'UiRIDIAN. DONE AND ORI1KRKI) at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of March. A.D. IMH), E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By WM W STOCKINO. iCIrcuit Curt Seail Deputy Clerk GEORGE \ O'BRIEN Attorney for Plaintiff .—_,.. 607 Olvmpia Building, Miami, Florida 3/23 — 4/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BULLY'S BAR. at 166 N.E. Mth St., Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. M. J. SULLIVAN GERTHUDK P. SL'LUVAN (Sole Owners) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicants MI8 W. Flagler St., Miami, Florida 3/18-25 — 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring do engaaj-e In business under Uie fictitious name t* F: J PACKAGF; STORE, at 702 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla., intends to'register said name with toe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS D. GOLDBERG (Sole Owner) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2,'ilH W. Flngler St., Miami, Fla. — 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ia bualneaa under the fictitious name of I.E PARISH:.-.' I.E PARI8IBN RESTAURANT FRANCAI8 at 474 41st Street. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.E PARISIBN, INC. A Florida Corp. THEODORE I. NELSON Attorney for Applicant 3/18-25 — 4/1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that tbe undersigned, desiring to engage ia business under the fictitious name of CRES-WAY CLF:ANF:RS & LAUNDERETTE, at 2732 S.W 27th Ave.. Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN WEOER KE88LER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. I 18-28 — 4/1-8 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 18384 RE ESTATE OF' SOPHIE liAHINoWITZ. also known as SOPHIE METERSON and SOPHIE MEYRISON. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARQE NOTICE is hereby given that I have tiled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as executor of the .stat. of SOPHIE RAHINOWITZ. also known as SOPHIE METERSON and SOPHIE MEYRISON, deceased, and that on the lMh day of April, lli.V., I will apply to the Honorable W. F'. HI.ANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report anil for final discharge as executor of the estate of SOPH 110 RAHINOWITZ, also known as SOPHIE MEYERMON and SOPHIE MEYRISON, deceased. This IT.th dav of March, 1


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 1, 1955

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01417

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
UUME 29Number 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL 1. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
_------------------------------- --------------- ---------............ .. ../., rni^L. iE.ii ^liii;
lig Three Leads Censure Of Israel At UN Security Council
* ILii.jr. at .. ~ ... _. ..
SSATISFIED WITH OFFICIAL LETTER
\oosevelt Will Question State
Department Position on Arms
Agreements With Arab League
I this week that he intends to
te in Congress the question of
State Department's "clear dis-
nination" against Israel in ar-
gemcnts to supply countries in
e East with arms from
>0R1 RAPPED
IA!!egsd Yalta
Slcry Denied
in Washington
United States Delegation takes Position That Gaza Incident
Must be Central Issue in Discussions on Near East Areas
Security Council adopted a resolution here unani-
mniK.ii- _j____ ,, tinted Nations
konifJSh .h u? th.' Isr,ael a,tack on Gaza as "a violation of the cease-fire provisions" and as "incon-
I > L7\Ja obligations of the Israel-Egyptian armistice agreement and the UN Charter. The resolu-
tion called upon Israel "to take all necessary measures to prevent such actions."
; lh %res- ,," was a(lP,cd following statements made by the delegations of the major powers, includ-
ing soviet Union. In their statements the representatives of the United States, Britain and F
Lodge referred to the 1950 Tripar-
tite Declaration by the United
States, Britain and France and to
/ASHINGTON (JTA) Con- question would be raised during
ksman James Roosevelt indicat- consideration by the House of Rep-
resentatives of the Mutual Secur-
ity Program.
Rep. Roosevelt said he was com-
pletely unsatisfied with a letter
sent him Feb. 10 by Assistant Sec-
retary of State Thruston B. Mor- -
i ruted States. He said the ton on behalf of Secretary John a public statement made by Secre-
Foster Dulles. That letter was in I tary of State John Foster Dulles
response to an inquiry by Rep. ,tnat H the three powers find that
Roosevelt expressing concern overianv 0I the Middle East states was
the imbalance created by military Preparing to violate frontiers or
assistance to Iraq and offered armistice lines, the "Big Three"
other Arab states while Israel was |woul(l immediately take action
ignored. [both within and outside the United
In reply to the State Depart- \%0M to prcvent such a viola"
ment. Rep. Roosevelt said he did I rwinrino h, tw. ne /?
adequately responded to his m- lani(ion Ambassador Lod em.
poiitica, q^^%^^\g^$?^*$
ubingtoB this week area if we arm one side and ignore SoiUdl
-----^...w,.*j t.,,^ itpicicniuca ui mc uinni 9uitvBi nniiiiM aim France
u'l ,- ?yP must be hcld responsible for numerous acts of. violence on the Israel frontier, the
western Powers do not consider Israel's retaliatory attack on Gaza justified.
not w!Vk c s,a.tes delegation made it clear here in diplomatic discussions prior to censure that it did
Jl", tne security Council at this time to discuss Israels counter-complaints against Egypt and that it
nn L? VS1 VUn at th's stage t0 probe int0 ,he underlying causes of the border strife. It wants
aJ." i U .f cons,rl,ed a an effort to pu>h the Arab States into discussing peace with Israel.
American delegate Henry Cabot
the other; if we created a military
imbalance; if we refuse to recog-
nize threats at their face value; if
we continue to condone boycotts
and blockades and a flagrant rejec-
tion of obligations under the Unit-
become part of the Middle
fi little confidence in charges
by the U.S. News and World
Irt. a weekly magazine, that the
I the Yalta papers releas-
State Department had
ed to delete alleged
[ remarks" about Jews by Nations Charter," he said.
Inlciii Knipsevelt ,
lo m;. j.l A delegation of Jewish leaders
Co? nirtln .Sah-d.thade,etedimet thiS Week Wi,h Ge0r8e V. Al-
ELZLSfi ,TS,0ryK ,S" len. Assistant Secretary of State
ark made alx>ut Jews bv Presi- *. t = ,
|Ro..rvelt at a olenarv session If Ne!F Easfern Affairs, to pur- expressed "our great sympathy" to
o Valta Conference^ Febrl'r a d1scussJon f S^fi secur"
! he remark allegedly came S proIb,emb8u,n some, ,'me T
H discussion of possible con *hen *ewis* leaders ca,led at ,he
on- to the late King Ibn Saud Sta,e DePartment
The delegation included Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann. chairman of the
Agency.
East community and cease to look
upon itself, or be looked upon by
others, as alien to this community.
"To achieve this." Ambassador
Lodge stated, "would require con-
cessions on both sides."
New incidents had occurred
since the Gaza attack. Mr. Lodge
continued. Most recently at Patish.
innocent persons had suffered. He
pcurc a desired action from
li Arabia. The magazine said
{according to the record which j Jewish
>en deleted: "The President Mr Aen and other important
: ,al, ,nfre was ,nly one government officials this week at-
f" he thught he might teded a luncheon tendered by Is-
aiul that was to give him \ rael Ambassador Abba Eban in
the six million Jews honor of Theodore Kollek, director
I'nited States."
general of the Prime Minister's
.. .Office of the Government of Israel.
the bereaved families. "One can
for the present conjecture as to the
immediate casual connection," Mr.
Lodge said, speaking of these inci-
dents. He noted that General E.
L. M. Burns, UN truce supervisor,
had pointed* out in his report that
infiltration from Egyptian-control-
led territory, while not the only
cause of tension prior to the Gaza
incident, had undoubtedly been
one of its main causes. "But the
Gaza incident has caused tension
to mount on both sides, and is all
the more to be deplored because
it was deliberate," he said.
Henri Hoppenot, the French del-
egate, reviewed the information
presented to the Council on the
Gaza incident, and said that no
proof had been adduced to back
up the assertion of Israel that
AMBASSADOR ABBA EBAN smiles the enigmatic smile of the
diplomat as he whispers to UN truce commissioner Maj. Gen.
E. L. M. Burns, who arrived irom Israel to present an on-the-
spot report of the Gaza incident at the UN Security Council.
PRICE OF PEACE:
* *
CONTROL OF NEGEV
Sharett Protests Shocking Murder
Of 24 by Grenades, Guns Emptied
Into Wedding Party Near Border
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Israel Government's views on a
Moshe Sharett summoned the Am-' statement last week by the Egyp-
basadors of the United States and tian Minister for National Guid-
Britain to his offices here this week ance, Major Salah Salem, to the
and protested to them against the effect that Egypt would be willing
killing of one young woman and to line up with the Western Pow-
the wounding of 23 men, women ers in a regional defense arrange-
and children at the Israel settle- ment in return for control of the
ian forces had penetrat ment of Patish, 12 miles inland *- 2j~g*g**J*
\ .Israf' territory and ttakd | rom the Gaza strip frontier, last understood ,0 yave told the two
first. The Gaza action, he said, ap-, Thursday night by a band of Egyp
pcared to be a military action, de-1
liberately planned and carried outran marauders.
by regular Israeli forces. I The Premier also expressed the
FINAL IMPLEMENTATIONS MADE
Q\
JTHER IN ISRAEL SON rN CONGRESS: Mrs. Eleanor
Psevelt visits a Joint Distribution Committee old age home
|athanya, Israel, where she examines handicrafts made
[residents there. In Washington. California Representative
Pes Roosevelt this week revealed his intention of raising the
fUoa of the U.S. State Department's "clear discrimination.''
Bonn Passes Indemnity Regulations
BONN (JTA)The third and
final of the basic implementation
regulations to the Federal In-
demnification Law for individual
claimants has been approved
without change by the upper
house of the West German parlia-
ment 20 months after the law
itself was adopted.
The new regulation affects only
those who were residents of West
Germany prior to the onset of
Nazi persecution. Under its
terms, a Nazi victim is entitled
to a specified amount of compen-
sation if his employment was ter-
minated, his professional career
Ambassadors that the U.S. and
Britain had some responsibility in
the matter of Maj. Salem's state-
ment because they are pressing the
regional defense arrangements.
The attack on Patish came dur-
ing the celebration of a wedding
of young Shmuel Kalami and Sim-
cha Shemass, both recent immi-
grants from Persia. Several hand
interrupted or his business wreck- grenades were tossed into a group
ed due to discriminatory mea- 3" dancing persons and then a
sures taken because he was Jew-, Sten gun was emptied into the
ish. Property losses are not cov- group. The bride and groom were
ered by the present regulation, not near the dancers at the time
which deals solely with "impair-: and escaped injury,
ment of the utilization of work- j An Israel army unit was rushed
ing power." j to the area almost immediately and
For loss of earnings due to Nazi set off in pursuit of the marauders,
persecution, both employees and
employers may claim lump-sum
compensation up to a maximum
of $6,000 In lieu of his lump-sum
compensation, an eligible Nazi
victim, provided he can no longer
earn his living, may choose a
monthly pension.
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FMDAY^PWL^ rt&
Bender Named
State Manager
Gooderham & Worts Ltd., South-
ern division manager, J. H. Dar-
nall. has announced the recent ap-
pointment of Willard H. Bender to
state manager of Florida. Bender
joined the G 6V W organization in
1953 as a salesman.
His long association with the in-
dustry a year ago. brought him
promotion to supervisor of South-
ern Florida.
Bender is a World War II veter-
an, having entered the United
State~ Navy in 1043 He spent 19
months in the South Pacific and
received his honorable discharge
in 1946.
G & W has enjoyed a steady in-
ciea-p in sales in Bender"s Miami
urriton since he took over nearly
two years ago. Darnall said.
Bender is immediate past state
commander oi the Jewish War Vet
terana of the United States. He is
also a member of the board of di-
rectors of the West Miami Jewish
Center and is a member of the
planning and zoning board of the
City of West Miami.
He is married and has a daugh-
ter attending Sylvania Heights
School in West Miami. They reside
at 5861 SW 13 ter.
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Anno Miller Circle Will
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Mrs. Leo Meyer will be elected
president of the Anna Miller Cir-
cle on Apr. 5 at the Elks Club. 720
West aye, Mrs. Joseph. V. Thery,
| senior past president, will be in-
stalling officer.
Others to be installed include
the Mesdames Jack Wucher, first
vice president: Grayce Greenwald,
second vice president; Otto Stege-
man. treasurer: Frederick Hey-
,,,.iii. MCreUry; Malvina Schwartz,
corresponding secretary.
The Mesdames Gua Scbwalb, in
ner Board; Samuel Hasten, outer
Edward Morganstorn, chap-
lain. H> Silvers, historian; Ben Ka-
1:011, parliamentarian: and W. I.
(.".-per. organist
Trustees include the Mesdames
David Heyman, Louis Lehman,
Harry Decky. A. Berman and Mor-
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TH1DAY, APRIL 1, 1955
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Women's Division Announces 1955 Quota Nearing End
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Combined Jewish Appeal Worn
n's Division this week announced
lhat they had attained 89.8 percent
0( their 1955 quota.
As of last week, gifts in excess
nf $140,944 had been received to-
wn* the quota of tS7,Q<*>.
The only' other c'amJJBlgn divi-
sion to *Pjm*ch q0is.th*
Winter Residents group, which re-
cently tied the Women's Unit with
an identical percentage achieve-
ment of 89.8 percent. These two
units lead the campaign at the
present time, according to Sam J.
Heimao, campaign chairman.
A concentrated cleanup cam-
paign in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Women's Division is being
launched this week covering all un-
its, it is announced by Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff, chairman.
As some of the top level Wom-
en's Division leaders left here for
an extended trip to Israel, the var-
ious units organized into small,
compact, solicitation groups in a
closing effort to reach their goal.
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, honorary chair-
man of the Women's Division, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland, and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, are
all enrout to Israel personally to
convey a message from Greater Mi-
ami Jewry about the success of the
annual fund drive here which sup-
ports so much of the resettlement,
health and welfare work of the
*w state, Mrs. Simonhoff reveal-
ed.
Named by Mrs. Simonhoff to di-
rect the cleanup are the various
chairmen who headed the impor-
tant fund' raising functions in the
Women's pivtaMn. <*W Include
the Mesdrnncs Aaoir Fair, chair
man of Sponsors; Moe Feingold,
chairman of the "Year Event;"
Louis Goldman, chairman of Coral
Gables; and Sol Silverman, chair-
man of the "Chai" luncheon.
"We are specially proud of the
extra contribution of time and en-
ergy made by our Women's Divi-
sion on 'C-Day' in the door-to-door
drive," said Mrs. Simonhoff. "We
are confident that if every woman
makes a plus gift this year, we will
easily pass our goal of $157,000."
Assisting the function chairman
in making personal contacts are
the Mesdames Leo Ackerman, Mor-
ris Alpert, Sam Blank, Arthur Bur-
rell, Aaron Farr, Moe Feingold,
Louis Glasser, Louis Goldman,
George Goldberg, Aaron M. Kan-
ner, Leon Kaplan, Sidney Lefcourt,
Jean C. Lehman, Irving Lehrman,
Samuel Lipton, Joseph Lipton,
Frances C. Miller, Stanley C. My-
ers, David Phillips, Matilda Rat-
ner, Sam Rost, Sol Silverman, Mil-
ton Sirkin, Samuel Simonhoff, Fan-
nie Selig, Carl Welnkle, Leonard
A. Wien, Donald Rubin and Frieda
Kalstein.
Additional aid is being received ,
also from Mrs. Arthur Burrell's ,
volunteer service committee organ-
ized two weeks ago for the purpose
of building a year-'round service
corps in Federation.
The following committee will be
engaged in cleanup activities un-
der Mrs. Burrell's direction: the
Mesdames Rose Barber, Irving Cy-
pen, Mae Efseroff, Edna Heller,
Sara Holland, Lily Hutt, A. H.
Grossman, Herman Jacobs, Benja-
min Kline, Robert S. Levy, S. H.
Mark, Alyce L. Mayne, Sam May-
ser, Harry Polakoff, Morris Quak-
er, Harry Simonhoff, Joseph S.
Sloan and William A. Weintraub.
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in which all mankind will come to
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Ford Car Sales Set
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Ford car sales by dealers during
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tories to meet the heavy demand
during the spring and summer
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FRIDAY, Arair^nrr
,ijaiaiaiaiiai-' ~" ^p^^m n an,,,
During The Week ...a* se ic
By LEO MINDLIN
Nisan9. 5715
Still No Change in Critical Spot
No one can properly tell if the troubled situ-
ation on the Israel-Egypt border has relaxed or
not. On the one hand, there are continuing
reports that strong man Col. Nasser is pouring
Egyptian troops into the Sinai Peninsula.
This is aggravated by the fact that Secretary
of State Dulles last week announced his "fear"
for future U.S.-Israel relations. Mr. Dulles ex-
plained that the status between the two gov-
ernments had decidedly deteriorated in view
of the Gaza incident. Although his remarks
came well before truce supervisor Gen. E. L. M.
Burns' report to the United Nations, Col. Nasser
took Mr. Dulles at his word and the occasion,
itself, to hurl new threats of retaliation and war
against the Jewish State.
I THINK we are sometimes prone all of us to make a most grievous
S : ss.oo error I refer to the manner in which, on^occasion, we apply a nervum
'--------- microscope to the genealogy of a noted .personality with the specific
Friday, April I, 1955 hope of discovering at least one Jewish antecedent, however remote
Volume 29 Number 13 among his forebears. If we are successful, all reason is lost the stop'
are pulled out from under, and off we go on a strange tangent. The
personality involved, whether he be in the arts, sciences, politics or an
historic figure of rare reputation, is suddenly in for reexamination
The unfortunate thin* about this kind of spiritual chauvinism is that it
often yields mediocre fruit
Grnvelfijhg for a name to call "one's own" makes of the sch I n ho
indulges himself in this regard nothing less than foolhardy. I; he is to
der among Arab ranks, the results of which are be consistent with his purpose, he must insist upon the Jewishness of a
still unmeasurable. Presenting an "ultimatum" Lazar Kaganovitch or a Lavrenti P. Beria, for_example, as readily as he
to th West Eavpt has placed as its price for is willing to broadcast the Jewishness of an Offenbach or a Meyerbeer.
1U ,, t r__ .at.i ot iho Npnfv There can be no discrimination here; else the scholar whose specialty
peace-in the Near East the ,return of *e Negev ; e ^^e^estion-both of his method as well a' 0 2
-wen over fifty percent of Israels territory., ^^ ^ as>umuv |hat ne brings ,he objecMvity ,0 his ^ tJJ
Further, Egypt's leaders have threatened ae" ls ^ hallmarfcof respectable scholarship and shows no fear of identi-
fectiOQ, from the Western camp if their demand < -fteat4i<>n with What are now two contemptible Russians, what, precisely
is not met. harte added to his heritage by emphasizing his kinship with the French-
More than anything else, this emphasizes man or the German?.
the total unreliabiPty of the Arabs as partners For, certainly Offenbach and Meyerbeer are mediocrities ;:i mu-ical
. ~iiWlo r-4.miinit nnnTMqinn the art- even if the latter assumes proportions of genius compare! to the
against possible-m^ 9**? hSs been *> In this case. then, spiritual chauvinism merely succeeds
ground on which our government has been ^^ ^ jhe foW {wo scoundrels Md (wo thjrdraters. Apar, fr^
operating to rationalize its questionable roie (h^p (|1RVilon,. ^juai chauvinism, itself, makes me suspicious.
in the Middle East. Whether it is dignified or even valid as a method begs the
Israel Ambassador Eban will have much to' more serious drawback is that it invites the charge of inferioril \
tell us here in Greater Micmi when he appears; people thoroughly apprised of its contribution to history need not dig
On the other hand Gen Burns' report to the at a dinner sponsored by the Southeastern Re- amoiiK the fragments of tortured humanity to come up with the de-
gion of the Zionist Organization of America in lectable discovery that V had a Jewish great grandfather or that Y.'s
? t, i t _i_____c.,,rj -wo mother wa* Jewish until her tenth year, when she converted.
honor of Rabb. Irving Lehrman Saturday eve- f do ^ ^ {o ^ ^^ q{ & scnolarshi
ning at the Fontainebleau hotel. On Ambassa- ukej jn(Q accoun( the Jewjshness of a Freudi Kafka Einstein % ,ven
dor Eban's shoulders squarely rests the awe- (he baptjzed c.ustav'Mahler, for example. In the cases of each ol these
some responsibility of engaging in diplomatic men jU(jaism has. at one time or another, played a pivotal role I am
skirmish both with the Western Big Three merely opposed to the irresponsible tactic of foraging among the
whose attitude toward the Jewish State is large- shadows of experience in order to confirm the Jewishness of personal-
ly shaped by an ambiguous U.S. foreign policy ties many of whom, incidentally, would prefer if they could to remain
and with the Arab League. >n tnc anonymity of what they consider a safe. Christian world.
What he will have to report may very well
cast some light on a rapidly evolving situation.
Security Council sharply rebuked Arab policy
in the Near East and laid the blame fqr the
troubled situation squarely at the feet of League
leaders. This surprised not only Egypt but the
U.S. State Department, as well, which was not
at all prepared to see its new proteges repri-
manded.
So that, generally, one can only speak in
relative terms when it comes to evaluating the
Near East situation. It is certainly better than
it was several days after the announcement of
the Gaza skirmish; it is certainly no worse than
it has been during the past few years. It seems
to us that one may measure progress there only
in minute degrees. Israel and the Arab na-
tions advance or fall back in the eyes of world
opinionand this, significantly, means West-
em opinionby the manner in which one or the
other reacts diplomatically, not militarily, to
any given provocation and to the effects of
provocation on the major powers. Kibya, the
Scorpion Pass massacre, the Bat Galim and
Suez question and now Gazathese have been
the principal testing grounds on which both
parties have had to prove their mettle.
Certainly, Egypt lost prestige as a result of
Gaza. For one thing, the Burns report to the
Security Council stunned the Arabs, who had
expectedand despite the report demanded
sanctions against Israel. For another, their
keen disappointment forced a diplomatic blun-
Sight Conservation Week
Brandeis UniversityA Set of Ideals
Miamians interested in the progress of Bran-
deis University are meeting this week to pay
honor to its president. Dr. Abram Leon Sachar.
Brandeis opened in 1948 on its campus in
Waltham, Mass.. as the first nonsectarian insti-
ed for the late Supreme Court Justice Louis
Dembitz Brandeis, the university is open to all
peiscfts^witnoxri teJgard to race, color or reli-
gloue-affBiation.
As a result, Brandeis University, during the
few short years of its existence, has drawn
both for its faculty and student body alik<
upon the best that the American community at
large has to offer. The result of this policy is
Florida Council for the Blind has revealed
that about 22.000 Americans will become blind
during the course of 1955half of them need-
lessly.
This is a pretty startling piece of information
in light of the fact that man considers sight one
of the most important of all his senses.
For this reason. Gov. LeRoy Collins has set
aside Apr. 3 to 9 as Sight Conservation Week.
Purpose of the observance is to emphasize for
Floridians the need of guarding their eyesight
throughout the year.
In addition to restating the fact that we must
be on constant guard against loss of or damage
to our eyes through negligence, we can, during
Sight Conservation Week, draw attention to
the importance of protecting and improving
vision.
This is especially important for parents of
children because about 85 percent of whaf a
child learns depends upon his sense of sight, rffih
-----------------------------_--------
Mrs. Stanley Myers Elected
Miami is honored by the recognition given
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, when she was last week
elected national vice president of the National
Council of Jewish Women at a biennial con-
vention of the women's organization in New
Orleans.
This high office comes to Mrs. Myers follow-
ing years of work she has devoted to Council
both on the local and national scene. The
vitality and knowledge she has brought to
numerous organizations in her capacity as a
leader here and throughout the nation are a
measure of the kind of devotion she will bring
to her new duties as vice president of Council.
Once again Miami Jewry has been called
upon to give its leadership to the American
scene. j m
SEVERAL WEEKS ago. Olin Downes, music critic for The New
York Times, discussed the life of Felix Mendelssohn and concluded
that Mendelssohn might have achieved greater artistic accomplishment
had he not denied his religion. Mr. Downes' argument was that Men-
delssohn's early works are more nearly masterpieces than his last and
that they were composed at a time when the young artist had not yet
denied the impact of his Jewish tradition on his aesthetic conscience.
Subsequently, Mr. Nathan Ziprin, of the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate, defended himself against the charge that he had overlooked the
eightieth birthday of "the great Jewish artist Fritz Kreisler" by ob-
I serving that he "just ignored it because there was no sense in pursuuv
tution of higher learning in the Western Hemi-, a creature who nas p^^ently evaded Jewish association through tS
sphere to be founded by American Jewry. Nam-, years" and that "it is questionable whether one who can sink to denying
his antecedence can rise to heights in art."
To begin with. Mr. Ziprin's defense is valid. There is, indeed, no
sense in insisting upon the Jewishness of Fritz Kreisler if Mr. Kreisler,
himself, has denied it. Unfortunately, his use of the term "creature "as
a synonym for the violinist sets the negative tone lor-Mr, Ziprin 's en-
suing remark, causes him to fair precisely into that trap of non-nhjectiv-
ity about which I spoke before and thereby negates the validity of his
original position. When Mr. Downes says that Mendelssohn's rejection
of Judaism must lie at the root of his ultimate emergence as a great
second rater." he is dealing with a personality who, for many years of
manifest: Its students are already taking their his brief life, wrestled with his tradition and its meaning to him. Pa-
places high in the ranks of numerous fields of ternal pressures to reject Judaism were as firm upon him as were the
endeavor.
Having set itself to develop the whole man
the sensitive, cultured, open-minded kind of
citizenwho is intellectually aware and who
is concerned about an ever advancing society,
Brandeis is rapidly evolving as a major insti-
tution of higher learning. Its president. Dr.
Sachar. has had a good deal to do with Bran-
deis' manifold achievement during its few years
of existence.
Miamians who gather to do him honor
are paying their respects to an individual an
institution and a set of ideals the realization
of which can mean much for America.
OR BREAK UP ISRAEL
paternal pressures upon a Franz Kafka, for example, to identify com-
pletely with it. Whether, like Mr. Downes, we look upon it as a nega-
tive artistic force or not. Judaism nonetheless played af active role in
Mendelssohn's creative conscience.
Now, Mr. Ziprin was clearly impressed with the ccgcnce of Mr.
Downes' argument; indeed, he recently took the occasion to comment
upon it. But his observations on Fritz Kreisler merely repre-ent a
sequel upon which he has hung his spiritual chauvinism. The differ-
ences in method and intent of both these gentlemen are thus manifest
Primarily, there is the use of language. Mr. Downes was not impelled
to employ the degrading terms "creature" and "sink." For he was not
outraged by what the spiritual chauvinist must look upon as betrayal of
tradition. Mr. Ziprin's choice of words, on the other hand!, emphasizes
his fierce cultural pride, which here assumes an intellectual', inde-
fensible position.
One may, with intelligence, speak of the impact of txadfttor upon
art. The critics of our own day are. as a matter of fact, itrongh influ-
enced by the poet T. S. Eliot, whose essay, "Tradition end the Indi-
vidual Talent." advances the thesis that cultural heritage must perforce
shape the stuff from which the artist is made and that*"man without
an identifiable tradition if such be possible is a man unable to
create a valid aesthetic experience. In this regard. Felix Men del - according to Mr. Downes. denied his tradition and therefore limited
nls musical horizons.

WERE HE to be even more accurate, the New \*rk Times critic
should have observed that Mendelssohn rejected Judaism in favor of
what was for him an alien European traditiona tradition which gen-
erations of history had closed away from his peopleand that his
musical expression, as the synthetic Oratorio "Elijah" shows, was hence
untrue But no such degrees of accurate observation ate open to Mr.
iipnn. who categorically damns Fritz Kreisler because he had denied
nis antecedence. '
The central difficulty with Mr. Ziprin's proud argument is that it
is on itsface untenable to compare interpretative with creative forms
ol art. For clearly different are the component forces of a composers
and air instrumentalist's genius. As a violinist, Mr. Kreisler can not
therefore be subject to the same kind of critical values as a Mendels-
. soon; and one may not therefore argue that Mr. Kreisler's rejection ot
Judaism prevented him from rising "to heights in art."
Mr ziprtn i argumentative leap here stems precisely from tnai
spiritual chauvinism to which all such Jewish scholarship is heir What
makes this doubly apparent is that Fritz Kreisler's greatness as an in-
strumentalist remains unquestioned. The nervous microscope in searrt
ol Jewish ancestry in this case, as in countless others, destroys the very
aim it hopes to achieve. Seeking to press further the cultural ascend-
ancy of Judaism, it walks the streets among shorn fragment-, instead,
casting doubt upon past achievement and adding questionable glory I0
Us future possibility.


PHIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955
Seder at Beth David
Sunday morning, Apr. 3, chil-
dren i the Beth David religious
school will participate in a model
seder The affair is sponsored by
the Sisterhood under the chairman-
ghip | Mrs. Ida Hartz, who rs cele-
brating her 80th birthday and her
20lli anni versary as Synagogue
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AMicoi Students Plan Dance
The University of Miami's Stu-
dent American Medical AmocJ*
tion will hold its first annual dance
in_the Floridian hotel, Apr. 2.
mother of Beth David. Over 500
children will enact the rituals and
participate. Fred Banul will direct
the Seder.
To Submit Officer Slate
Nominating" Committee of the
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy Association will
present its slate of officers and di-
ectors for the coming season, at
its next regular meeting Apr. 4, at
the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic.
1612 SVV 1st st. Mrs. Elsie Holston
was, appointed chairman of this
| committee. Elected to serve with
I her were Mrs. Alfred Lustig, Mrs.
! Herbert Hodes? Mrs. Harry Rappo,-
port and Mrs, Jacob Chlap.
Dance Scheduled April 23
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a dance
at the Biltmore Ter/ace hotel, Apr.
23.
Judge Gertler to Speak
Judge Charles Gertler, Miami
Beach Municipal Judge, will be
guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge on Tuesday noon, Apr.
5, at the DiLido hotel, as an-
nounced by Michael Sossin, Lodge
president. His subject will be "Big-
ger and Better Mouse Traps."
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FRIDAY. APRn. i ,
*
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER not* -,
Jake LcMotta. former middleweight champion of the world and now a local resident, shows
Oxford School students his famous two hands which brought him the world championship.
Left to right, seated, are Martin Mechlowitz. Beverly Stein. Judy Brower. Danny Cassel. Dunne
Fromm Tommy Cassel. Bernard Blum. Herbie Asch. Larry Chason. Jackie Kaufman. Larry
Hoffman. Michael Schwartz. Stephen Bloom. Alter Doll. Standing are Lloyd Madansky. Sheila
Ploxin. Gail Posner, Kathy Cassel Joy Clifton. Dorothy Carter. Louisa Blum. Jacqueline Fialk. !
A.' M. Cassel. Coach Sid Javer was instrumen tal in bringing the boxing program to Oxford, j
day to constant harassment by;
the Arab nations which are unwill-
ing to negotiate a true peace, he
declared. The male population of
I-rael ii on the con.-tant alert for
attacks, he said, and every man is
required to serve a period of mili-
tary training in preparation for
any unexpected onslaught or
emergeny Months ago. he had wit-
! an Arab sniper shoot down
a man returning from High Holi-
day sen ice- in the City of Jeru-
Levinioo's Food SpecialtiesSole Distributer
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Restaurant Owners Hear Report
Keynoting Israel's Austerity
A g i
teard Lou:- v
New V -aurant
ribe 'he living pat-
tern ;n rr Easel a- a
slow | ler.ial "
Addrcing the group this week.
nd b.:.
Beach, in behalf of
the Combined Jewiat Appeal. Sha-
piro de-enbed the miraculous
n the new democracy
during the past five year* He told
-truction of new home* and
development of industry aided and
financed by the contribution- of
American Jewry', and of the ex-
panded programs in >cientific agri-
cultural and rehabilitation con-
ducted through the United Jewish
Appeal.
However, Israel is subject day by4salem.
EMERGENCY
If you ore o Jew who is proud of Israel, where
there are no pogroms or concentration camps.
If you are proud of the orphans and homeless
Jews who are finding new hope.
If you have the courage to stand up against
murderers and night raiders who are seeking
to destroy Israel.
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deserved by this man who. for 28 solid yeajs. has
served the_ Greater Miami area in every conceivable
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**/<#> Hcrktian
Rosalyn Morris Becomes Mrs. Henry
Frank in Sunday Services at DiLido Hotel
The former Rosalyn Morris be-
came Mrs. Henry H. Frank in serv-
ices Sunday afternoon. Mar. 27. at
the DiLido hotel. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Israelite Center spiritual
leader, officiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy M.
Morris. 2645 S\V 34th ct.. Miami.
Mr. Frank's parents are the Ger-
ard Franks, of New York City.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a bridal gown of
white nylon tulle, featuring an
apron front and long-sleeved jacket
of chantilly lace. Her veil was of
tulle sprinkled with stephanotis.
She carried a white orchid placed
on a traditional bridal Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Bur-
ton Aronson, sister of the bride.
Mrs. Melvin Morris, sister-in-law
of the bride, and Mrs. Erwin K.
Frank, the cousin's groom from
New York, were bridesmatrons.
Ushers included Melvin Morris,
the bride's brother. Erwin K.
Frank, cousin of the groom, and
brother-in-law of the bride Burton
Aronson.-
Newlywed Mrs. Frank attended
the University of Miami and Cor-
nell University She is past presi-
dent of Pistnct 5 B"nai B*rith
Young Women. Home Economics
Club at the U of M and Home Eco-;
nomics Graduate Women at Cor-
nell She was also a member of
Omicron Nu and Sigma Delta Ep-
silon at Cornell and the American
Dietetic Association.
Mr Frank attended the Univer-
sity of Buffalo and is a member of
the American Institute of Electri-
cal Engineers and Central Virginia
Engineers Club He served with the
US. Army.
Following a dinner at the Di
Lido, the couple began a motor
tour through the Southern states
They will live in Petersburg, Ya .
where Mr. Frank is an electrical
engineer with the Allied Chemical
and Dye Co.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Gerard Frank. New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moms.
Tampa. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Egon
Meyer. Mexico City: Mrs. Morris,
Simmons. Athens. Ga.; Conrad
Frank. Chicago: Dr. and Mrs. Lewis
1 Berner and daughter. Roberta.
Gainesville. Fla.: Mr. and Mrs.
; Raynelle Lax and daughter, Betty,'
Hollywood. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Becker, Hollywood: and
Mr and Mrs. Erwin Frank, New
York.
TODAY, APRIL i lat.
Former I'M Students
Will Live in Miami
Miss Barbara t. Kesten
Barbara Kesten, Leon
Lann Will Marry
June has been chosen as the time
for the wedding of Miss Barbara j
Elaine Kesten and Leon A. Lann,
whose engagement was announced "
Sunday.
Barbara, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kesten. 1040 6th st.. is a |
graduate of Miami Beach High
School.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Lann. 1018
Meridian ave. He was graduated
from Miami Beach High School and
attended the University of Miami. j
He now is a postal clerk.
Miss Janice Waits
Janice Waitsman
Lieutenant's Fiancee
Janice Waitsman is now the fi-
ancee of Lt. Akin Rabuskha. She
is the daughter of Mrs. Alice
Waitsman. 10 Carmona ave.. Coral
Gables, and the late Herman Waits-
man.
Lt. Rabushka's parents are the
Louis Rabushkas. University City,
Mo.
Miss Waitsman attended Miami
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Lt. Rabushka attended schools
in University City and the U of M.
He is a graduate of Washington
University at University City Mis
fraternity is Zeta Beta Tan.
No date for their wedding has
been set by the betrothed couple.
Rubins are Hosts
Mr. and Mrs Simon Rubin. 6465
Pinetree Drive Circle, were hosts
at a dinner dance in their home j
Thursday evening, honoring Mr. \
and Mrs. Emil Adelaar. of Park ;
ave.. New York. Some 65 guests ;
attended.
Greene, Siegel Will
Live in Cincinnati
Miss Janet Greene carried a
white leather Bible received for
her confirmation when she married
Selwyn Siegel at the Brass Rail
Restaurant in New York City Sun-
day afternoon. Rabbi Robert Blum-
stein performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Samuel Arthur Greene, 4701
, SW 4th st.. and the late Mr. Greene.
Mr. Siegel's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Siegel. of Kew Gardens,
N.Y.
The bodice of Mrs. Siegel's gown
was of pink lace with a nylon tulle
skirt over pink taffeta.
Mrs. Norman E. Greene, sister-
in-law of the bride, was her matron
| of honor. Clarence Siegel, uncle
! of the bridegroom, was his best
man. Ushers were Sid Zemsky and
Leo Alt man. brothers-in-law of the
bridegroom, and Donald and War-
ren Greene, brothers of the bride.
The bride was given away by her
mother and her brother, Norman E.
Greene.
After a dinner at the restaurant,
the newlyweds left for" a trip to
the Nevelle Country Club, Ellen-
ville, N.Y. They will live in Cin-
cinnati.
Mrs. Samatl I. Ntvel
Tour of Florida followed the
Mar. 20 wedding of. tu > former
University of Miami student. Miss
Marsha A. Marinoff and Samuel JJ.
Nevel.
They were married at 5;30 p.m.
in the Green room of the Troca-
dero restaurant. Miami Beach, by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Marinoff, 915 SW 7th.
st. Mr. Nevel is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Nevel, 1401 SW 5th'j
st.
Mrs. Al Finkelstein, sister of the
bridegroom, and Joseph A Nevel,
a brother, were attendant i A wed-
ding dinner was serve i [or 40
friends and relatives.
The couple will live at 3178 SW
25th ter.
Mrs. Hartz Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Harry ()
South Miami ave., tendered
ception Sunday afternoon in
or of the 80th birthday of M
J. Hartz. Mrs. Gordon
More than 350 persons ;'*t.
Mrs. Hartz is a pioneer Mi
and has been an active mem
Beth David Sisterhood for th
25 years, among her man;,
communal endeavors.
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Holland. Gardiner
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry, of
Biscayne Point Circle, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Joan B. Holland,
to Robert H. Gardiner, son of Mrs.
Shirley Gardiner and the late Jay
Gardiner. New York City.
Mr. Gardiner attended the Ped-
dle School and also graduated from
Columbia College. He is a concert
producer, and is very active in the
modem music field.
The couple plans a mid summer
wedding.
Adlers Hack From
Cuba Honeymoon
Miami Beach is home for Mr. and
Mrs. Mel Adlef, following their
honeymoon in Tuba'. They were
married Mar. 13 in the home of
Mr. Adler's uncle.,and. aunt. Mr.
aiid Mrs. Jack- rVanman, 2808
Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Associate municipal judge,
Charles Gertier. perfcrmed the
ceremony.
The bride is the former Renee
Ozut, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Ozut, Perth Arahoy. N J. Mr.
Adler's parents are the Joseph
Adlers. of New York City.
Mrs. Florence Halper and Joseph
Adler. cousins of the bridegroom,
attended the couple.
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Known far his exaaricace ia this liaM.
last rtfaroaces. Call JE MS42.
WANTID-A AUMKaT COKUE TO
Shore 6-Room Home
with wttWW. lent reunite.
rfc. lea, litersHaa. tttflklawl 1-0175.
3134 S.W. 25th Terrace.
Represents Hialeah
Carol Ann Goldstein. 13-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein. 1920 NW 134th st.. rep-
resented Hialeah Miami Springs in
a two-day music evolution contest
last week. Carol is a piano stu-
dent of Mrs. Harold Robin, 1936
I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Black, of 1681
Daytonia rd. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the arrival of their daugh-
ter. Bonnie, on Mar. 27 at Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
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APRIL L 1955_
iMissI.cvinc Plans
V\e\v York Ceremony
V ,n. Annc Lcvine, daughter of a
L Zr Princeton full back, is plan-
Ka fall elding to Jesse Abt, of
L, York City-
Viss Levine is a graduate of Mi-
i Beach High School and attend-
" Semple School in New York.
, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
"H (Bruce) Lcvine, 3421 North
Kjeridian ave.
f Mr Levine is a graduate of
Princeton University where he was
varsity fullback from 1928 to
|930.
Miss Lcvine is the granddaughter
|r William Brandt, who brought
bout the merger of 115 theaters
. ,hc fox Metropolitan Playhouse.
Be b associated with the opera-
Eon of the Brandt circuit in New
fork City.
i Mr Abt attended The Music and
Irt School and City College of New
fork. He is an advertising execu-
and a member of the Air Force
rve. He is the son of Paul Abt
Mrs. Murray Rugover of New
. City.
I Mr. Abt will be a house guest at
Ac Miami Beach home of the bride-
feet's parents during the holidays.
I Miss C'una Cohen, who attends
)e University of Florida at Ga.ines-
lle, is coming home Apr. 7 to
end the holidays with her par-
its. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cohen.
Irs. Cohen is president of the Dora
bin Sisterhood of the Israelite
lenter Cuna is past president of
Wet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
fomen. Coming with Cuna will
Shirley Winston, her guest dur-
; the spring vacation.
^tncrkjfkin
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Former Miamian
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A former Miamian, William M.
Moldoff, and Miss DOris Elaine
Johnson, of Canandaigua, N.Y., will
be married in June.
Mr. Moldoff is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Moldoff, 1725 SW
16th ave. He is a graduate of the
Iowa State University and the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
A research fellow at the Univer-
sity of Michigan Law school, he is
now on leaVe from the editorial de-
partment of the Lawyers Coopera-
tive Publishing Co. in Rochester,
NY.
His bride-elect is a member of
the dietary staff of Highlands Hos-
pital in Rochester. A graduate of
Cornell University, she received
her Master's degree in nutrition
from Iowa State.
Miss Edith Bassin
Bassin, Levin Feted at
Engagement Party
An engagement reception Sun-
day in the home of Mrs. Rose Bas-
sin, 2664 SW 25th ter., honored her
daughter, Edith, and her fiance,
Sidney W. Levin.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Lindsay Hopkins Vocational
School. Mr. Levin was educated in
Rochester, N.Y., and Miami. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan L.
Levin, 3400 SW 6th st.
A Navy veteran, Mr. Levin serv-
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duty prior to his discharge last De
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JJow Accepting Restrictions jor
Passover Sedorim
Conducted by
The Great Lyric Baritone
CANTOR JOSEPH C. SALZMAN
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL. RABBI LOUIS CASSEL
and BOYS' CHOIR
Indoor and Outdoor Sedoriiii
For Rpmrvations Call JE 81052 or JE 8-3271
"Passover Sedorim at Their Most Beautiful"
Paasovei Services ill he conducted at the Temple
Morning- at 9 a.fn 6:45 p.m.
throughout the holidays
THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME
Cantor Kelemer
Col. Salmon
Louis Segal
You mn cordially Jnvifed to attend the traditional
HISIHDRUT THIRD SEDER

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SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1955 6 P.M.
f Mm
.
~ EMPRESS HOTEL
43rd STUIT end COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI IIACH
'r. Gees, Speakers:
Colonel Katriel P. Salmon
military Attache of the Israeli Government in UJ.A.
Louis Segal
General Secretory of the Forbond L.Z/t.
too will also hear RABBI MAX SHAPIRO, veteran spiritual leader in eor community, and
MR. HARRY SIMONHOFF, noted aathor and lecturer
A modern version of the Haggado will be presented with on "/*'" co1'
of .narrators and singers led by SAMUEL KELEMER, Cantor of Beth Shalom Temple
and JUDITH ABARABANEL-HERBEBT, of the morris Schworti Art Theatre
A Passover dinner wHI be served ($6.00 per person)
by Mendelsohns Kosher Caterers
TO ASSURE YOUR PLACE AT THE THIRD SEDER. PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS AT ONCE
for reservations call: Israel Histadrtjt Committee, 600 Lincoln Rd., Room 12
Phone: Jefferson 8-8037 or Jefferson 1-7598
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9-JmlstncrkHati
FRIDAY, APRIL
PERSONALLY S P E A K IN Gi
of Rochester, member pf^ne board
of trustees of Y*>JWtJr*eTirwj**>, ?
president of the Hillel School of
Rochester and a member of the
national executive committee of
the United JAM Appeal. The
award was made during a special
dinner in the Hotel New Yorker
Dr and Mrs. Morris D Riemer.
of Brooklyn, are at the DiLido ho-
tel, attending the national conven-
tion of Phi Lambda Kappa, national
scientific society. Entertaining
them are Mr. and Mrs Frank Gor-
don, of Alton rd. Miami Beach
The Riemers are Mr. Gordon's
cousins. ^,. ^ ^,,
Newly married0couple? at the
Sterling hotel this week are Mr
and Mrs. Seymour Schmerler. Mr
and Mrs. M. Sohn. Mr. and Mrs J
Fred Rothschild and Mr and Mrs
Alfred Franke.
Among prominent guests at the
Sterling hotel this week are Rabbi
Harold M. Kamsler. spiritual lead-
er of the Jewish Communit;
ter of Nomstown. Pa., and Rabbi
and Mrs Israel LevuUuL of
Brooklyn. N V
i ~
Vacationing at Wildmae's hotel
i> H>mar. Keaa- RoilkUMr N^
who last Sunday recened as award
from the Teachers" fcatUfK Ajw_f-
ni Associatkn of Yesfcna Varrer-
sity for his efforts !-> the
furtherance of Jewish edwtaticw i
America Kolko is past president
of the United Jewish Welfare Fund
,jn New York City Also at Wald-
man's is Isadore Kabakow of Jer-
sey City. N J Kabakow is director
of the Hebrew Home for Orphans
and the Aged in Jersey City and
the director of the Jersey City Jew-
ish Community Center.
Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daugh-
- Beatrice, for many years resi
dents in the Boa1 Shore area of
Miami Beach, have sold their home
at 242 Meridian ave They .have left
for the North and will spend the
spring and sauner seasons with
their family and friends in and
ated Jersey City RJ
Mrs. Gabnet Nass. of Brooklyn.
N Y. the houseguest of Mr. and
Mrs Max Bergman. 2390 Coral
Way Mrs Nass is noted for her;
humanitarian activity at Kings
County Hospital in Brooklyn.
1. 1955
Herbert Tobin, president of the Confirmation Class of 5715 of
Temple Bern Sholom presents a citation of honor to Rabbi
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader, at a luncheon given in the
Rabbi's honor by the P.T.A. and religious school. Congrega-
tion is celebrating the Rabbi's tenth anniversary of service
with Beth Sholom. A special section of the Beth Sholom Li-
brary was dedicated at the luncheon, to be known as the
"Leon Kronish Library on Human Relations." Mrs. Sol S.
Pine, president of the P.T.A., which sponsored the luncheon,
looks on.
In honor of the ancient proscriptions
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joyous celebration of Passover...

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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNO..^tIST-
N"TI'l: I- MKKKBY ,;,Vk-v
the un
II Court "f l '.el,
,.fl.l,
SAM I II.
BEATRICE I ,vk.
JACK Mtr.1,1 K
.JKH-.MK BLANK
Hut,
MVKKS. HKIMAN ft \< \yi iN
Attorney* for Petitioners '
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN n
the undersigned, desiring to .',,,., i
business under the riolltlous i,,',,,.. ,
> .ITHKRN A I .VKP.TISIN.; "'J!?,*
Intend* to register said name with ,i? '
tMerit of the Circuit Court ,V ,JJ
County, Florida. "**
HERBERT B
KKSSI.KIt & CARS '"
Attorneys for Applicant
1TL- \V. Flaglci
4/I-S-Ij-M_____________________
NOTICE UNO E"R-f7c'T ITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREBY 'SIVEN
the undersigned, dei"
business un<
VENETIAN
U..1 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Intend to register sali name i
Clerk <>f the Circuit Orti
County, Florida.
LILLIAN i-\>TToR
J'WWH l-Al'ttMO
MORKIS KAUT-V
ELI L>. U'lOOoTW
ci-i-i.i-::
s, tet nr.ar.i.i 'ilYKN 'hut I
signed, desiring- to eng.U
un.ler the fictitious nan* 3]
IN MEDICAL III iQ^H
:.M i
NOTICE By PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY FLO*.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. N3 177W
JOYCE < RONKBKBURU. I" -intttt ;
ALBBT BONKEN*BURa.
Def.rdani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. ALBERT BONKENUlRiJ ]< ;
E. Eighth Street. Brooklyn, New Tort
are hereby notified that a Bill of ce> j
plaint for divorce has been d|<4
against you. and you are required n I
serve a copy of your Answer or IleM. '
log to the Bill of Complaint on ifa
plaintiff." attorney, HAROUi HHi,
I'lRn, 527 Lincoln Road, Mian-.: Beidt
Florida, and file the original Aniwg I
or Pleading In the office of the Ctttl
of the circuit Conn on or txlNt.l
April 29. 1SS. If you fail to *> J
Judgment by default win be ukttl
against you for the relief demanMI
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at MBjfll
Florida, this 2Sth day of March. INLI
K. B. LEATHER_AS~
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. H. RICE. Jft
(Circuit Court Seal) Depuy I
e/l-8-li-n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Ill
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. F10T
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. ;Hf
DON MICHAEL OVERTt'N. JR.
ru.ntifl
BARBARA OVERTON. -Def-ndm- -|
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. BARBARA -''VIMtV*. I
President Street. HtookVrtfW. Tort,]
are hereby notified that a I: >,I Cna>JL
plaint for divorre- li Mn' fRtl
against you. and )ou are __
nerve a cop> of >our Aoawu J
in to the BUI of Complaint'.
plaintiff* aitorm>v. HrtR. -i* .-*tl*1
PIRO. 27 Uncoln Road. M
Florida, and file the gln.i! Aw
or Pleadlnc in toe utV. >H. lb> .
of the Cu-cult fTRB^Rn*^
April 29. I.*.i. If >ou (all
judgment h>' ilefatil'
against y.iu for the
in the Bill of Complaint.
In .NK AND OHhEREl'
Florida, thi. ttth rt '*!
f: b. i.fwthekman
Clark
Hade Count v. I
By R. H. RI'E J8 ..
urt Seal) I
i/t-t-u-a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF El
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.itl
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FL0"-|
IDA. IN CHANCERY. Na l7*1!
JOF:ART CORPORATION,
a Florida corpoiwtion. I'hn.'
VERNON F:. HIRER and
TERMP1.AN FINAN. INC., IN'
a corporation. I f. n'
NOTICE TO APPEAP
TO: VERNON K lfl'lrl3i.
50J7 Strathm. Cincinnati 27. Ohl
In and '
knos
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thereof. r*if.nle If' I
of DaA t *
VOI-" ARK HEREBY SW^M
that a Bill of complaint."" *'*,J|
an Agreement for Deed has bee" "
agsln-l you. and 'U a" >? ,;.rl
to the Bill of Compl __*!
ifr- attorney. UBUNAKl' r. 'w-jri
IKK. 171.1 Coin ,.f
Horlda. and file the ordinal "i21
n the office -f the Cb ; rM4,\
ult on orb .'> '.iirfi-
B,:i%:ATMERMAV,urt
TER,
Flo
in
cult on or oetoi. .'C ".UrP'l
in default of which the "^J
f said bill of romp .;
taken as confessed *.<
Dated at Miami, rfsrlda, ""
day of March. 1
K B
Clerk
4/i--i:-2j ______________;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,([
N.iTICF: IS HKKKI'V '" J*,
the undersigned, deslnng w rfl
business under the IWH"'.TTvf.
MAY S l.iylOR *o-'.'BF:a!i'rW'',|fl
2nd Street. Miami. Intends '"^.if.j
aid nan- with the tMerk of u_ I
cult Court of 'M.Vw'u'aiFwTrKI
JOBBPH MA.lfc.wpn
;, Owner)
IIKNRT M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant f_.
2S1* W. FMagler Ktre. t. Mial .
I l-l-li-22 4)[


APRIL 1. 1955
FRIDAY.
IzjuM Leaders Meet Here to
IpfrctrtS Saturday Dinner
Well known leaders in commu-
Ll, affairs met last week at a
cocktail party in the home of Mr.
d yr.. Morris Simon, 1325 So-
Irolla ave. Coral Gables, to discuss
llh'c forthcoming dinner event on
I, 2 at the Fontainbleu hotel,
Lhen Ambassador Abba Eban will
[speak on the present situation re-
garding Israel and her neighbors.
Those who attended were Morti-
ner May. national president of the
0A, and Mrs. May, Dr. Morris i
Goodman-, chairman of the dinner
function. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gott-.
Lb Dr. and Mrs. A Kitten, Mr. '
+Jewish fkrHiat)
PAGE 11 A
and Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Belgrade, Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Hurewitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Minov, Mr. Harold Simon, Dr. Jesse
Simon and Mr. Milton Si]verman,
of Chicago.
May and Dr. Goodman gave facts
pertaining to the economic devel-
opment of Israel and her constant
border troubles. Silverman told the
group that all Jewish communities
of any reasonable size were also
participating in such dinner af-
fairs.
Simon, honorary president of the
Coral Gables ZOA District, spoke
of the importance of public rela-
tions work to combat propaganda
of the Arab League.
w
Stillwater Drive Home Ownors
Have Banquet at Algiers
Mayor Harold Shapiro and mem-
, bers of the Miami Beach City
, Council were among invited guests
of honor at the sixth annual ban-
quet of the Stillwater Drive Ho
owners Association, accordin
its president; Milton Cirkle.
Also invited to attend the ban-
jquet held Sunday at the Hotel AI-
I giers were City Manager Claude A.
Renshaw and Assistant Manager
Morris Lipp.
The dinner drew some 200 home-
owners in the Biscayne Beach sec-
j tion of Miami Beach, at which time
the president made a brief report
on the group's activities. Cirkle is
i serving his fourth year as head of
the organization.
Harry M. Rubin was chairman
jof the arrangements committee.
Also serving on the committee
were Mrs. Raynor Berman, Frank
Lear Students
Plan Florida Trip
Lear School students under the
direction of Batchelor Owen will
undertake a trip through the cen-
tral part of Florida on Friday and
Saturday.
The trip is designed to follow
the regular March examinations
for students of the senior group of
the school on West ave., Miami
Beach.
Itinerary of the trip will include
visits to Everglades Tropical Gar-
dens, Clcwiston Inn, the famed
canebrakes and Sugar Mill, Lake
Okeechobee, Observation Island,
Cypress Museum, Labelle and the
Caloosahatchie, Everglades City
and the shrimp fisheries.
Mrs. Ida G. Lear, director-prin-
cipal of the school, said that the
trip "is just another way of pro-
viding our students with the op-
portunity of learning at first-hand
the natural beauty of our great
state."
Alter, Sam Picciolo and Mrs. Jo-
seph Shapiro.
KOSHER POULTRY
See it Alive and Healthy
Slaughtered Under Rabbinical
Supervision
Save 50c to $1 on each Chicken
Order Now for Passover
Open Sunday Till Noon
Taste Berman Juicy Caponettes,
Pullets, Turkeys and Yearlings
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE
Schocher on Premises
BERMAN POULTRY
87 Washington Ave.-Corncr 1st St.
Phono JE 8-1839
to/y MANISCHEWITZ has this EXTRA feature!
%*i
keeps your matzos
oven-crisp
m Honor of Passover
-.->
ibbinic supervision is being given Haggadah wine to make
it Kosher for Passover in the bottling room of the Seaboard
average Company at Jacksonville. Wieder Wine Company,
liarr.i, are local distributors.
MANISCHEWITZ
MATZOS WINE 66 MATZOS 6EFILTE FISH BORSCHT SPONGE CAKE MIX
YOUNG LADY, 33
lltured, Jewish background,
I moot fine American gentli
od appearance and means.
liss G., Box 2973, Miami 18.
with**
f
Wrttt:
TO SIRVf YOUR
PASSOVER
SEEDS
VELD A
DAIRY
Will Provide
KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER
Milk
Light
Cream
Heavy
Cream
Aik Your Driver or
inl 81, then Dial 6-3511
[Mount Nebo
ANNOUNCES
Mother special service
lo Greater Miami Jewry
- without charge
i<" Jour increased pleasure
Personaliied Haggadahs
** Passover
bfdut./ullv illustrated by
S'egmuiid Font
laitn/tilly translated and
personalized with your
ltmuy name printed
on the cover
*tstm now
pUcc Vu' order by phoning
M0UNT NEBO
r ciAinitr or DISTIHCTIO*
* *o 7-aon
MAKES PASSOVER
A REAL YOM TOV !
LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS:
COOKING BORSCHT
DE LUXE
o PLUM TOMATOES
o HORSERADISH
SAUERKRAUT
KOSHER PICKLES
HOtERAMSH AND BEETS
PEPPER DELIGHT
Kosher for Passover
Unit Supervision of
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAEASHRUTH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackevsky, OlrtHr
Seashore Food and Piekle Products
PHONE MU 1-3541
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Jenist ncrkMOr
FRIDAY. APRn.
1. IS
SUNNY BROOK FIRMS ANNOBNCE EXPANSION. MODERNIZATION 10 HOME DELIVERY SER
Mew Owners Bring Wide Experience
In Milk, Egg Products Manufacture
Sunny Brook Farms formally announce the complete reorganir.
of their firm, which i now under r.ew hip Taking over direc-
tion and operation of the dairy product manufacturer- are Irvir.s Kraut.
Leon Berg. Saul Brett Irving Bothman and Maur.ee H >
The new ownership has wide experience in the field of dairy chem-
i-tryand have led the field in numerou- *o develop
better milk and egg product-------------------------------
President and general manager
-f Sunny Brook is Irving Kraut, of
Normandy Isle Kraut's father was
colon*:, daring the" Korean con-
flict- Shorag has also written nu-
merous articles oa dairy technol-
a:- i a vice president of B
Brook i< Saui Bret: n-i-
dent since 1946 and formerly wee
president and general manager oi
Sunny Brook Creamery A V\ rM
War II veteran he served over-
seas for three years "' has com-
pleted pre-medicai training at New
York I with a Bachelor
20-Truck Fleet Will
Make Deliveries
For Sunny Brook
New policy announced this week
by Sunny Brook Farms revealed
of Science degree. Brett is now in, the dairy product lira's home de-
charge of S ration jj^fy |B uptm which will enable
f
Mour.ce H Shorrcc inspects
S-r.r.y Erccs: culture thrcuch
BticrOUOOpu.
-
Brooklyn. N V
from 190". laOT ir.d he b wall
konwc in the industry as a pioneer
in retail and wholesale milk dis-
tribution Ir. 1942. he became pres-
ident of Faralea Dairies, of West-
c-tester NY
K.-i-- an ban hi Miami since
I *.' i.-.d i in retirement until
Saptam hi r I .-54 when he joined
.-y brook
Viee area i treasurer ls
Maonce H Shorago. of Coral Gab-
- r.arge of Sur.r.y Brook's
laboratory and production Sbor-
ago majored in bacteriology and
daarj technology a: Pensylvatua
From 1929 until 1930. he
- charge of bacterial analysis
ellfish and water for the
New } Health Department.
He as ar. industrial research
fellow at Harvard Medical School
Department of Preventive Medi-
c.ne ir. Hygiene from 1930-1931 A
year later he became a general
consultant to the food and dairy
iadastry in which capacity he serv-
ed uau! September. 1954
Dunr.g World War n. he served
with the Army Air Force and was
director Fifth
Air Force *.th rank of lieutenant

Graduate c: New York Mechan-
thmar. of
Miami, i- >ecretary of the firm and
will be in charge of retail aataa,
traffie management and distnbu-
Uon. Rotha;*:-. was previoos!> a--
sociated with Farmlea Dair
Mt Veraon N Y and Dellwood
Dairu -.er> From 1934 un-
til 1941 he was owner of Liberty
NY.
:y Brook s egg department
will continue to be under the man-
agement of Leon Berg. Miami
Beach, a resident here >ince 1941
Berg became a partner in Gruberg
and Berg. New York City, in 1923
In addition, he was owner of White
'."ompsr.y. New York for five
years His management of Sunny
Brook's egg department began five
years ago.
Miami residents to receive Sunny
Brook milk and en products right
at their doors.
A new fleet of 20 trucks will
Automatic bcttle filler lor milk.
cover the Greater Miami area, car-
rying out the home delivery pro-
gram.
Sunny Brook officials also reveal-'
ed that all their personnel are giv-
en regular medical examination to
enforce their rigid policy of clean
liness and purity
Eggs available in stores and for
home delivery are all highest
grade direct from Minnesota and
are carefully candled in Sunny
Brook's plant by exports in their
field to insure uniform size and
quality
New modern homogenizer
Sunny Brook's Scientific Laboratories
Yield Miami-Made Dairy Products
Fifteen-hundred qz'..c- ~ z.:\
iess steel atorcqe :z:
Meat product* are handled nei-
ther in Sunny Brook's plant nor in
their taack- and this assure* Sun-
ny Brook product* users of year-
round kashruth supervision.
A program of expansion has
keen in operation for several
months at Sunny'tfe-ook Farms. The
plant, located at 2180 N.W. 13th
ave. Miami, is completely re-
euippe futures tkronfckaut
for glass bottles, fill at the
72 Units pee-ram >t' This
rate is maintained at Sonny
for paper bottles, as well. 1
ditton. this specialized equip
is completely > ekaarreracally
trolled to in*nW|**r^ paste
DOB.
Sunny Broak">AcieuVfic U*
tory and placnlU i rm the I
for the dairy' firm'* wide
tioa in the field of milk and
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Hepfcresrs Drire Te Dcy
On Saturday. Apr 2. toe "Jay's"'
viD help launch the April Miami
area fund drive with a Tag Day on
Miami Beach for the National
Nephrosis Foundation.
The 45 members of the Jewish
American Youth, affiliated with
B'nai B'rith Girls, are all students
Beach Senior High School Treieiwo S Chtfdhood-
Nephrosis'' a* their project a"*''
the leadership of Miss" Joan Cray
president.
David Plan, eighth grade advis-
or of the Nautilus Junior High
School, has organized the Tag Day
for Miami Beach. All proceeds of
the April drive will be used for re-
search and local aid.
The Miami Beach Ho Training School for Retarded Jew-
ish Children held a luncheon at the
Algiers hotel Wednesday.
Dr Rev. John Lawrence Yen-
ches. of the Church-by-the-Sea. of
Bal Harbour, and Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiu. of the North Shore
Jewish Center, were speakers.
Junior Seder will be held by the
Flagler-Cranada Sunday and He-
brew schools on Sunday. Apr. 3. at
10 a.m. Junior congregation, un-
der the leadership of Jeffry
Strumpf and Sidney Shapiro, will
conduct the Seder under the guid
ance of Rev. Leo Heim and Samuel
Hollander, Sunday school priniei
pal.
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gijgMS AT fOKTY ON MIAMI BEACH'
leach Anniversary Committee Plans Year-Long Celebration
etats
PAGE 15 A
iv of Miami Beach was offi-
;,, v'^ years old last Saturday,
',.,(,,, riti^nrs' cefnmitU* 'Of 'he
MUmi Beach Fortieth Anniversary
kmmillee, Inc., is going ahead
Uh plans to make the celebration
year long, community-wide ob-
lervance.
1 chairman of the citizens' com-
Liitee and a member of the steer-
L committee of the anniversary
End civic leader Samuel J. Hal-
is veteran Beach business
ierin Halperin is currently vice
Undent of the Miami Beach
jhamber of Commerce, but his
Immiinal activities began almost
t .(ion as he moved to Miami
[each more than 20 years ago.
, 1936, Halperin organized and
came the first president of the
'ashington Avenue Association.
Ince then, he has become inter-
Led in the particular problems of
Ecli area of Miami Beach.
[seven vears ago, at the time of
e city's greatest realty activity,
was elected president of the
liami Beach Board of Realtors.
lalperin is an active realtor, with
lal e-tate sales offices in the 420
Incoln rd. bldg.
[He was recently reelected vice
tcsident of Temple Emanu-EI. As
iairman of the recent testimonial
jnner to president Samuel Fried-
I and as dinner chairman of the
tionaj Bank and of the".
Beach Taxpayers Assoclatl&n. Ifol,
perin was one of the foyers'vfj
the Miami Beach Better Business
Bureau. He is a member of the
Tbnii J-j-jioi., ii'..
Beach Lions Club, the American
Legion and of the Jewish War Vet-
erans. He led the campaign to have
the major airlines serving Greater
Miami open ticket offices in Miami
Beach.
Halperin intends to lead the citi-
zens' committee throughout te
year in its campaign to make all
aware that "Life Begins at 40 in
Miami Beach in "55."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKBV OIVEN that
the unrit-rHigned, deHlrlns; to engage In
bunlneHH under the flctltloun named of
BOB ''ARItOL-L AIR DIHTRIBUTION
PRODUCTS, ItOH CAUHiilJ, COOl.-
--HHkNA MORTON BEIGEL
Attorney for Appllrant
in vv Flagler fit
4/1 -8-1 r.-^i'
frades Divisions
teport Increases
ISeven Trades Divisions are re-
brted tar ahead of last year's con-
Ibutions in behalf of the Com-
ned Jewish Appeal.
,'ico chairman Leo Chaikin this
kk reported-that, as of computa-
kns last week, the Cleaning and
lundry Division has raised close
S14.Q00, nearly doubling 1954
|ts oi 91,588. In the Liquor Divi-
Chaikin reports that over
9.000 in gifts have been collected
ceding last year's total of
720.
iJohn Serbin. another trades vice
|airman, has announced that the
wyers Division, with nearly
4.000 reported in, has exceeded
ist year's contributions of $41,694.
pher divisions reported in ad-
Varda Preidman, 22-year-old set-
Br from Kt'ar Vitkin who had vol-
nteered in serve as an agricultur-
instructor tor the recent immi-
hnt-. was killed instantly by
renade fragments. Twenty-three
pen were wounded, two serious-
At the funeral for Miss Fried-
man the following afternoon at
ar Vitkin. the mourners includ-
Defense Minister David Ben
lurion and Chief of Staff of the
prael Army, Maj. Gen. Moshe
layan.
[he next morning, after Israel had
-Dinplwoed to the Israel-Egyptian
fixed r jU-mistice Commission, a
p team of observers joined the
Parch. The track's of two men led
Fom the scqpe of the raid back
pward the Gba strip border.
* *V* Freedman
H. Il<|liu n
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"WosbiagiM *., MiMl Beach
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BR|W tlUCIOUS SUPPLIES
Allo for Hebrew Schools
D^BO *OTD
("Mil Cf*TiFICATIS
Samuel J. Halperin
national meeting of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
Halperin displayed more of his
leadership qualities.
During his early years in Miami
Beach, Halperin constructed two
hotels and operated a real estate
brokerage office on Washington
ave. The Second World War found
him entering the armed forces in
1942, but by 1946 he was back in
the city and appointed to the Mi-
ami Beach Zoning Board.
Halperin was one of the original
members, with Tom DuPree, of the
city's convention and auditorium
board which planned the present
municipal convention facilities of
Miami Beach. He also was one of
the leaders who actively encourag-
ed City Manager Claude Renshaw
| to provide the present system of
| parking areas for Miami Beach.
A director of the Mercantile Na-
Kosher for Passover Candies
Al Balin, of Pierre's Confections,
has announced that his will be the
only company manufacturing candy
confections locally that will be
Kosher for Passover. His Kosher
for Passover products will be under
the supervision of Rabbi Akiva
Chill, spiritual leader of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Beach.
The sweets will be available at all
fruit-gift shops.
^PROOUCIS
fjUNE
:W BUTTER
MARGARINE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
I lie undersigned, ilrlrlng Jo engage in
buslnesi under the flctltfoUH name of
AMERICAN MOLDED PLASTICS
rOMPANY. ;ii J7OT N.W 49th fit.,
Miami, Flu.. Intend to rejrlster said
name w\\\\ the Clerk "i the Circuit
Court '! Oade County, Florida.
.1 K. lwri.KN'
HORACE It. BURKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buelneu under the fictitious name of
BANKERS EQCITIE8 CO., at ISM
N.W L'ihI Ax.-. Miami. Ili.rlda. In-
tend to register ^ i i name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MURRAY BLOOM
IRVING BCHINDLER
BEYMOt'R B. L.IEBM \\
Attorney for Hankers Equities Co,
4,'I-V-|.-|-ZL'________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MOVING AND STORAGE
CORP., at 1741 B.W. MM S! Miami,
I-'la., int.iul to register said name with
the '"leik of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count>-, Florida.
GEOROE E. ANDRE
ELIZABETH ANDRE
DAVID KATZ
Attorney for Miami Moving &
Storage Corp.
4/1-3-15-22__________________________"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 177932
FLORENCE DE LANCETT. Plaintiff
JOHN DELANCETTj Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i JOHN DELANCETT.
IM4 Brie Bouli vard East,
o/o Stan) mi products,
Syracuse, N v.
TO: JOHN DELANCETT,
11 Win'.n.i Avenue,
Baranau Lake, New fork.
You are hereby notified thai .< Bill
of Complaint for Divorce ha- been
filed against you, and youiare re-
quired to serve copy of youmAnswer
or Pleading to the Bin of ComDlalni
en the plaintiffs Attorney, GEORGE
i. KNIGHT, ESQ., and file the orlgui-
ai Answei or Pleading in the office ol
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 28th day of April. 1W5. If
\,.ii fall to tl" so, judgment by default
will l taken uguinst you for the rellel
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I l.< ililDIAN
|M INE AND i IRDERBI at Miami,
Florida, this -'-'tli day of March, A.D.
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade county. Florida
By JOAN COl'RNOYBR,
(Circuit Court Scab D.-puly Clerk
Attorne) for Plaintiff
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955
SECTION B
REGULATIONS LISTED
FOR PASSOVER
Abba Ebon Expected to Moke Policy
Statement at Rabbi Lehrman Testimonial
wiH relivermanSadddrrpAb!)a f^,1"8 Ame"can people keep sil-
milnioiiT an address a testi-!ent against a biased State Depart-
monial dinner honoring Rabbi Irv-jment which by its silence during
Z-i.^T^ ^T'!. EmanuE1 /ecent Arab raids encourages S
spiritual leader, Saturday evening Arab murderers and raiders to
continue their attacks?"
May charged that dead Israelis
in the Fontainebleau hotel.
The dinner is under the sponsor-.
ship of the Southeastern Region of do not makc tne headlines but are
! the ZOA. Ambassador Eban will buried deep in the inside pages of
make a special trip here from ,ne Arab-controlled press in this
Washington to address the dinner,', counry.
Dr. Morris Goodman, dinner chair-! "Tne D'8 banner headlines of
man, revealed. many newspapers," said May,
Mo,hila ... "grew s'lent when a brutal, unpro-
Meanwhile, a flood of protests voked attack was made on a Jew-
E?a^? T-'" thc.Greatcr h wedding party 11 miles within
?tt? naaH^en,be,n8wn,K, hC ,he Israeli border' ye* complained
State Department in Washington sensationally when Israel, goaded
this week to U.S. Senators Holland, by many attacks decided to hit
and Smathers, protesting against back"
the decision of the United Nations j May further said that "Arab pro-
lo censure Israel in the Gaza strip pagandists are confusing the issues
incident. between Israel and Egypt." He
Speaking before a group of prom- charged that Arab countries have
inent national Zionist leaders at a infiltrated into American schools
luncheon meeting at Zionist head- and colleges with paid propagand-
quarters Tuesday in Miami Beach, ists who are ostensibly registered
Mortimer May, president of the as students. Mr. May stated that
Zionist Organization of America additional disclosures will be made
said: "How long will the freedom- by Ambassador Eban, when he ap-
pears at the Fontainebleau.
Leo R. Burson, president of the
Southeastern Region, "is overall
dinner chairman, coordinating ac-
tivities in conjunction with Dr.
Goodman. Others on the committee
here include J. A. Cantor, Charles
Fruchtman. M. J. Kopclowitz, Sey-
mour B. Liebman, Herbert R. Lin-
ick. Kalman Luria. Julius Jay Perl-
mutteT. Ben Movers, Joseph M.
Mrs. Slanlej C. Myers, of Coral cultural and philanthropic endeav- R0se, Burnett Roth, Phil Salmon,
tablet), local and national wom-ors- for many years. She was for g. E. Schwartz, Morris Simon, Cari
t rler via- last week elected .three years president of the Jewish Susskir.d. Gus Trau and Alex Van
national vice pr-*(W*nr -ef the4 Social "Service Bureau here and is straiten.
Abba Eban
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Irs. Myers Named National Vice
President of National Council of
Jewish Women in New Orleans
I nal Council of Jewish Worn-1 past chairman of the District Wel-
r iy biennial conven- '/are Board, now known as the State
I mization in New
\
Mr> C. ( aha, of new Or.
1 i ted national presi-
dent i i mi delegate! in at-
represented 108.000
i i ommunities,
Mrs, Myers has served the Na-
I i Jewish Women
natiu al chairman of its over-
\x ommittee, whose proj-
I port "f the school
id brew University
knd j -cholarship program, espe-
fl;iM> in Morocco and Is-
rael, which brings -tudents to this
Pounto
She urrently on the national
petal ; anning committee of the
pnferenci n| Jewish Federations
po Welfare Funds.
Mrs. Myers has participated in
iliami. as well as in national civic,
Women's committee in Miami in-
dudes the Mesdamcs Louis Alt-
shul, Harry Gerstein, Louis Gold-
man, Harry I'latoff. Matilda Rat-
ner, Joseph M. Rose. Frances Ru-
Mrs. Myers has been a member b oj(|/(. Ri|bj pann|<, Ru(W
of the executive committee of c__ c..i..;. <.. en- i;w
Department of Public Welfare Dis-
trict 9, in which she continues her
affiliation as member.
YOUTH AUYAH
Hadassah Marks
World Jewish
Children's Day
Annual Youth Aliyah Luncheon
of the Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will be held on Monday,
ADr. 4, 12 noon, at the Delano ho-
tel, as announced by Mrs. Barnett
Beckerman, Youth Aliyah chair-
man, and Mrs. Mollie Green, min-
yon chairman.
Program will feature an original
cantata by children of the North
Shore Jewish Centre religious
school, written and directed by
Abraham J. Gittelson. principal,
and entitled "A generation of or-
! phan*."
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Arthur Pekelner. Past presidents
of the group will be honored, as
well as special contributors to the
Youth Aliyah project.
Beth ShoSom Again
Names Ralph Spero
Ralph Spero. of 4335 Royal Palm
ave.. Miami Beach, was unanimous-
1 Iy rcelected president of Temple
! Beth Sholom at an annual meeting
of the congregation last week.
Reelected, also, unanimously
were Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph L.
Arkin, John Serbin and Charles
Silvers, vice presidents; Samuel
Stein, treasurer; David D. Pollack,
financial secretary; and Alexander
Rubin, treasurer.
In his Annual Report on the
State of the Congregation, Spero
pointed out to the steady growth
of Beth Sholom and to the fact that
during this past year the new Beth
Sholom has come into being.
The following were named to the
board of directors for a three-year
term: Jack A. Abbott, J. A. Cantor,
Max Cogen, Harry Dinnerstein,
Ben Markowitz, Maury Olinick,
Samuel Oritt, Benjamin Rimer, Dr.
Alexander Robbins and Benjamin
Zimmer.
For the board of directors to fill
a one-year term: Jacob C. Fish-
man.
Meeting featured annual reports
of the congregation presented by
Spero for the Temple; Mrs. Irving
B. Kaplan, president of Sister-
hood; Jack A. Abbott, president of
the Men's Club: Mrs. Sol S. Pine,
president of the PTA; John Serbin,
chairman of the building fund cam-
paign; and Charles Silvers, chair-
man of the construction commit-
tee for the pew Temple.
Motion pictures of the recent
cornerstone laying ceremony for
the new Temple and pictures of
various phases of the Temple's con-
' struction were also shown.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Continu-d on Page 13 B
Sam Sakrais. Monte Selig, Milton
iSirkin, Irwin Womstein and Sybil
Weite.
CLEANUP EFFORT SCHEDULED HERE
Combined Appeal Reveals $30,000
Total for X-Day' Effort Sunday
M". Moise Cmhm
M*4 Chapter Honors
Mi''on Fende/J Here
Let'"","0 Aleph Zadik Aleph
IfcmTk Ni,,ional \Z\ Advisors'
'" h at the Greater Miami Jew-
"""unity Center Thursday.
UJmilr a" ADL Rumor clinic-
their a f the chPter thanked
ttml ,sor" Mi,ton Fendell, "for
""* >ears of devoted service."
Combined Jewish Appeal door-
to-door volunteers collected over
$30,000 in the city-wide "C-Day"
drive on Sunday. The "Community-
Day" effort brings the campaign
totals within $250,000 of its all-
over goal of $1,350,000. Sam J. Hei-
man, CJA chairman, declared.
At the workers' party and dance
held in the Algiers hotel, follow-
ing the "C-Day" drive, Heiman re-
ported that the campaign is now
slightly over the $1,100,000 mark.
Nearly 2,000 workers, headed
by Councilman Burnett Roth in
Miami Beach and Harry Goron in
Miami, launched their street-by-
street project starting promptly at
9 a.m. They reported to six cen-
trally located headquarters and, in
teams of two, fine-combed the
city. ^^
Workers reached nearly 9,000
families, campaign Officials report,
but not all results are in. Tabula-
tions have not yet been received
from outlying areas.
First "C-Day" worker to com-
plete her assignments in Miami
and return to headquarters at Con-
gregation Beth David was Mrs. Ben
Kazar, 3524 SW 3rd ave.
A cleanup effort is being organ-
ized quickly this week for the pur-
pose of revisiting those families
who were not at home on "C-Day."
At the Algiers hotel, Stanley C.
Myers, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, presided as
master of ceremonies. An unusual,
novelty was the appearance of
division chairmen and campaign
vice chairmen as members of Hei-
man's "all-American team" garbed
in full football regalia. Participat-
ing were: Heiman, Mrs. Samuel Si-
monhoff, Dr. Morris Goodman,
George Chertkof, Artie Kravitz,
Leo Ackerman, Leo Chaikin, Her-
man Fraidlin, Leon Epstein, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Harold Turk, Bur-
nett Roth, Harry Gordon and Mey-
er Baskin. Turk "substituted" for
David Levinson, and Dr. Goodman
"substituted" for Winter Residents
chairman Jack Carner.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, exe-
cutive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, greeted
the overflow crowd of more than
500 volunteers who jammed the
Scheherazade room. Trades vice
chairmen Ackerman, Kravitz. Chai-
kin and Serbin urged all members
of the Business and Professional
Units to concentrate-on a cleanup
of their outstanding cards within
the next seven days.
Marian Anderson to Sing
Brahms' Rhapsody in Hebrew
TEL AVIV (WNS>Marian An-
iderson, American contralto who
was the first artist of her race to
.be engaged by the Metropolitan
1 Opera of New York City, will sing
| Brahms' "Alto Rhapsody" in He-
brew in her musical tour of this
country, it was indicated here by
officiais of the Israel Philharmon-
ic Orchestra. Miss Anderson, now
rehearsing in the new medium, is
reported to be excited by the ex-
periment. The translation, from
the German, was made" by the Is-
raeli poet Ephraim Dror.
Menorah Group of Hadassah will
hold a World's Jewish Child's Day-
luncheon on Apr. 4, at the Bis-
cayne Terrace hotel.
Chairmen of the event are the
Mesdames Daniel Cravitt. coordi-
nator; Philip Schiff. arrangements;
Donald Eanett. tickets; George Si-
mon, children's fashion show co-
ordinator with clothes from Hart-
ley's; Sumner Slater, luncheon;
Seymour Kaplan, program artwork;
| Benjamin Wayne, choral group;
i and Joel Meyer, invitations.
Speaker for the afternoon will be
jMrs. Samuel Sakrais, president of
: the Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah. Program will include the
fashion show, in which the models
iwill be children of members, and
selections by the choral group.
*
Herzl Group of Hadassah plan
their annual Youth Aliyah affair
in the form of a dessert luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
5045 Lakeview dr., on Monday.
Apr. 4.
An original play written and di-
rected by Ruth Foreman will be
presented. The cast includes mem-
bers of the dramatic academy of
the Pied Piper playhouse.
Mrs. Harold Wynn will be guest
vocalist. Mrs. Samuel Oritt, Mrs.
Stella Likpowitz, Mrs. Leo Chaikin
and Mrs. Arnold Seeder are in
charge of arrangements.

Israeli Group of Hadassah will
celebrate World Jewish Child's
Day on Monday, Apr. 4, at a lunch-
eon in the Algiers hotel. There will t
be a musical program and an ad- j
uiven by Rabbi Akiva Chill. '
Mrs. Frank Berger is chairman.
tolph Spero
IVesf Miami Seder
Communal Seder is being pre-
pared for the second night of Pass-
over at the West Miami Jewish
Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate, assisted by older mem-
ber of the congregation. Mrs. Mur-
ray Semmelmacher and Morris
Harris are in charge of catering.
Sight Conservation Week
Designated by Gov. Collins
Governor LeRoy Collins has des-
ignated the week of Apr. 3 to 9 as
Sight Conservation Week.
In an official document prepar-
ed for the Florida Council for the
Blind, a state agency, Collins stat-
ed that the conservation of sight
is a social, industrial and patriotic
responsibility of every citizen. Col-
lins said he has proclaimed Sight
Conservation Week to draw atten-
tion to the importance of protect-
ing and improving our vision, the
most precious of our senses.
Executive director of the Florida
Qiuncil for the Blind, liarry E.
Simmons, said that his organization
would make a concerted effort to
make every Florida citizen aware
of the need for protection of sight.
"During Sight Conservation
Week," he said, "radio stations,
newspapers and television stations
will be asked to carry the message
of eye care and health. With the
use of window posters, displays,
the cooperation of schools. Lions
Clubs and others, we hope to drive
home the idea that ^veryone
should remember his eyes the year
round."


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years. The Spanish and Portuguese
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the oldest congregation in North
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rBiDAY,
Miami Will Mark
1150th Anniversary
(of Danish Author
Cilv of Miami will mark "Hans
Christian Andersen Day" bVi'lSntur-
I,.. \pr 2. according to a pro-
Tfe- j^rsary <>f the birth of the fam-
m Danish author, whose fairy
ales arc included among the
orld\ greatest literature and
l,osc writings are a part of the
aiding experience of children and
dulls everywhere.
No less a noted critic and author
an Sean O'Faoiain. remarking
the anniversary of Andersen's
irth, In- indicated that his fairy
les are a primal wonder."
Hans Christian Andersen knew
tiiie well what he was giving to
c world, even if he fully realiz-
1 it only by fits and starts,"
Faotain aid, and in the face of
e fact (hat he did not receive
pivefSal recognition during his
[fetime in his native land.
The fairy tale is a merry judg-
cnl on appearance and reality, on
e outer shell and the inner ker-
I. and the great Danish artist An-
rsen recognized this, bringing a
uble current flowing through all
hi- work: an ironic uppercur-
nt jestinjj and sporting with
eat and small, playing at shuttle-
ck with high and low; and then,
e i\<:i:p- serious undercurrent put-
K everything in its place.
0. i. Jefgeneeni Danish Consul
Greater Miami, will head up
al activities marking "H a'n s
nstir.n Andersen Day." Among
cial events slated is a Univer-
v of Miami broadcast at 11:15
i.. featuring a performance of
derscn's lovable tale "T h e
adfast Tin Soldier." At 5 p.m.,
'VJ will present a special pro-
-. on its children's hour also
icated to Andersen,
lanned at Contempora's Lincoln
shop is an exhibit of rare Dan-
porcelain and tableware.
Jewist Ihsiii*,
PAGE 3 B
teseth Israel
irks Passover
it inn Kneseth Israel will
nduct its annual Sedorim both
Bungs ol Patsover, Apr. 6 and 7,
It In synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E.
plan and Cantor Abraham Seif
officiate. Children of the He-
e chool will conduct a model
War on Sunday morning, Apr. 3,
Klcr the direction of Joshua Z.
u>. Mr Jacob A. Sachs is
airman of the board of education
Kneseth Israel.
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Makes Gift to Library
Mrs. Gertrude Ruddy, program
chairman of thcJYoung-at-Heart,"
a new group at Temple Beth Shol-
om, this week.contributed a set of
encyclopoedla* to the Temple lib-
rary in honor of her children, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanford Pierce, and
grandson, Michael Alan. Mrs. Rud-
dy said she anticipated that her
gift "will stimulate others to make
similar contributions to the Beth
Sholom library."
Gables.Center Sponsors
Passover Model Seder
P.T.A. of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center is sponsoring a model
Passover Seder Sunday, Apr. 3.
Over 400 children of the relig-
ious and Hebrew schools will be
guests at the Seder conducted by
Rabbi Morris A: Skrfp who will be
assisted by Cantor1 Irving Robinson
and Louis KHsner. '
A unique "Afikoman Hunt" will
take place on the grounds begin-
ning at 9:30 a.m. Prizes will be
awarded to winners.
Each class will be seated at spe-
cial tables symbolizing family units
with class Mother and Father.
Passover goodies and symbols will
be part of the Seder assembly.
Coral Chapter Names
Mrs. Gordon President
Mrs. Jack Gordon was last week
named president of Coral Chap-
ter, a new unit of the Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief Society.
Others elected at a meeting held
in Ed Hassen's restaurant, were
the Mesdames Sam Axelrod, first
vice president; Maurice Schwartz,
second vice president; Robert Gold,
recording secretary; Harry Sch-
wartz, corresponding secretary.
The Mesdames Al Scott, finan-
cial secretary; Hy friedman, social
chairman; Irving Wallach, treas-
urer; Jerry Baker, publicity chair-
man; Louise Brown, program chair-
man; and Maurice Goldstein, case
chairman.
Membership tea of the new chap-
ter will be held Apr. 13 at the
home of Mrs. Goldstein, 1864 SW
24th ter., Miami.
Pre-leen Cotillion
Pre-teen cotillion will be held
Saturday* night at the Israelite
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JEWISH CEREMONIAL ART.
Sltplwi S. Kaysor. Editor, and
Ou.a* Scainrar. Amciift
Edt'ar 1U pp. (inetwdwia *S
illustration Philadelphia: The
Jtwnli Publication Society of
America. $3.00-
y HILARY MSNDLIN
THIS BEAUTIFULLY printed
minim a> aabuiied A gu.de to the
inaai mi of the art objects uied
ai sraajasme and hone, principally
ina the catteebaas of the Jew
Mu-eum of The Je wish Theological
JrMiBT of America." Dr Stepb
es S Kayser introduction is a'
daor. earn? briefly highlighting the
history of Jewi>h art. tracing its
r> h>c% in tor- eaD be f
back to the art of -- :. ^s
tamia The f:r-- Ion 1
upon a Torah Ark >-.- |gjF
tar*, was the faw.a? >*),,0{,
donor in Crete The lujn ^l
appears so often in cy-iazon^^!
lied -a typical Banjqu, 3
powerful owl** 3
o awht
coarse, abr. (he eirMerc of jud.1
the Tribe of David
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The Torah bw -n>!ifp
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dim never. use*! r* do Q
oday. The earner V-'tb hrt3
olate. datinr bac% -
Ma raison d etre A
tor an exeh- pi~3
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Charge Nine out of Ten
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paicd he
jd answering questions ^m, -jadict^
fmrti-c ar] style.
*pt*ff tor instance, of the
fewhardly more than a doz-
kaewn Jewish ceremonial ob-
, whata aatedate the year 1500.
g the mass persecution and
li i ill detraction of the Jew*
me of the reasons for this loot.
mat to Little has survived, even
i the linniainirr Jewish his-
its hare no choice but to con-
"- !
which 'hat palicu". b-i
b nd
be T'>rah hr**<~
y breastplate of ir^
Priest.
Every Jewi>h
traditiofially.
are kindled, even ;v
hentchen" speaks of
f-'erpretation e bolic rendering of
sader the baroque tbe main stylistic nt wordings 0f rth
mandment: from F
First mflaencing the the struc- ber tbe Sabbath I
tare of the Torah Ark. the flowery' Deuteronoaiy. *Ob-f-* the
frir~T** spread to other phases of bath day." -"Tni-
J*wish art. m Eastern Europe the Dr Kayser writes,
fjoral innanwiilitiiin became asso- to a simple develop"-- -h;chI
ctated with tbe old cotxept of the its historic root- rhyad
Tree of Life, thus as.-i.ming even layout of the.Jew.i'- ~e of i
. greater significance. cient tunes."
>adff PUrM A lose
THE USE of two rampant uons
has its origin in the art of herald-
Judge Base's teitnuoay was m
supporr of Senate Beaobction 21.
PERSONALITIES f.V PAXOHAMA
L \ Truce Organization Seen
A Stabilizer for Near East
Otcor Uvoof
'A which Sen Hubert Humph-
chairman, tha-
ouiet over the operation of tbe pro-
gram makes aa independent re-
erammatw almost imperative
Tbe jurist recited the details of
a surrey made by ADL among
eight Washington law firms which,
he said, have handled more than
450 security case* under the Tru-
man and Eisenhower directives
The most striking finding is
that these lawyers won more than
90 percent of the cases." he U
fied "In other words, in 9 cases out
It, the formal charges brought
by the Government against an em-
ployee proved to be groundless.
By OAVID HOROWITZ
EC to* ;
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IF THE MOVIES
Visiting Rabbi's Stories Held
>ot Quotable by Reporter
0-E
JERUSALEM A visit to
the DM headquarters in Jerusalem
situated on an imposing hilltop
in the heart of the "Holy <
no-mans land convinced this
writer that had it not been for the
stabilizing presence of the Truce
Supervision Organization in this
troublesome area of the world, gen-
eral hostilities might have broken
out long ago. Both tbe Israelis and
the Arabs appear to look with great
awe and respect to this "Peace
Fortress" flying the blue and white
international emblem Here. then,
is a good example testifying to the
power for peace which the world
organization exercise* in explosive
areas such as the Holy Land
The Truce Supervision Organiza
.. beaded by the Canadian Ma-
jor-Oneral E. L. M Burns con-
figured in their strictly neutral ac-
mitie-
ht for the latent Gaza incident
the report for which Major Gen-
eral Bur'. i- drafting during the
;he writer was told by Mr.
Petersen that the observers on the
spot found it very difficult to de-
termine exactly whether there had
been any provocation on the part
of tbe Egyptians. Even if there
had been, he said, it was next to
impossible under the circumstances
to discover any evidence.
THE HOME mm had
rooms, thus, to bnn* light uiltf
on Sabbath eve. one a
lit in each room 7- 1
way in which mm I
rituals 0(ratal), the comma
meat or custom become
perpetuated as a p.
its original purpose ha>
ed.
Tbe black-and-white photo
are dear and well-re; r vjceAi
descriptive notations The toal
so arranged that tbe reader ul
from synagogue ritau bjectjl
those used in tbe home, th
marriage Tincluding su
intricate rings ai.i 5 iriaL i
the wheel of life- hi-. \i com,I
circle, with the s>tw -* JP*J
The heritage of uV Jcajto*
a fabric about then-, it **
deed be shameful nut to
acquainted with ea I its i
particularly ones s< ^eauufi
these.
THE WORLD OF SPORTS
Baseball Season Open
And Brings Argument
By BILL WOLF
The baseball season ha>n't even
names. Rosen was quoted bj &\
Murrav in the New York P*[-
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOOD A visiting rab-
bi delivered a on the night of hi* arrival in Hol-
lywood recently Because he want
ei to repeat some of his stories at
meetings tbe next day with mo-
tion picture executives, be request-
ed reporters to omit them from
their accounts of his speech. A
young reporter, commenting on the
ipecch. finishd with the line: "And
he told a number of stories that
cannot be published "
tried it again, and smiled happily
as be began his first number

Paulette Goddard saw the fir-t
week's rushes of a new picture
and complained that they didn't
sast her. The camera,
photographed her in Cecil B De
Mille'i picture "Reap the Wild
Wind." one of Paulette s favorites:
so they went to a projection room
and had "Beap the Wild Wind"
shown. When it was over Paulette
saying:
sists of a staff of about 150 people started >et. but the "incidents". -
anting a dozen or so nation
alrties with the Dutch. Scandina-
vians and Belgians in the majority.
Of this number. 60 are in the field
service, another 60 comprise the
military observers and 20 serve as
nod also cU?rks within an independent Sec-
retariat, headed by Finn Munch-
inM
,, *. names anJ I dont like '
Al Rosen, whose vigor is not'ha7% Beside- Wailj '
confined to hitting name runs, was" ^ | j^j ^ ti^c care of him
in the midst of a hassle at Phoenix, _, wHm, s..iie Arizona, recently-and with none got ***
other than Leo Durocher.
By the time tempers cooled' bsdnt
sore
Maglie's flattening of Hoby'
been an accident. t
PS.fcSt?afeteB '"waSieuIXge, y = |nS when 1, ^ -J-
The Utter category of employs ** tut" acTrdU' ,*^ ,rMil ^ Uke ^ ***
are local residents, mostly from nor? ih ^..t 1 g.,D M.n
Jordan. There is only one Israeli. ^ rhubarb Went ""
* Jerusalem I Ro**n on the scene during
game when Wally
same result in this one?"
"Well, you see. Miss Goddard."
be fiddled and fumed and called
for something to sit on. When a
thick book was handed him, be
tried it, shook his bead. Then he
carefully tors off a tingle page.
Oscar Levant, the most capri- "Well, you see. Miss Goddard." ; vJJ^fn5Pstl,01. peac "l nous of pianists, always fusses said the cameraman. "Tm ten years ^erans in their respective fields, pitched ball Durocher h/nrh.J
over his piano stool in full view of J '
the audience On a recent occaiion. ... sometimes thankless job Impar- c
Called upon to ddress the tiality must rule every move-and'was'
guests at a dinner. Eddie Cantor ^ ^ a
began: "You have been giving your t0 te ""P*"1"1 ,s >t an easy thing
attention to turkey stuffed with 'ta tP**** with the various offi
sage; you are now about to con-, cers, this observer did not get the
aider a sage stuffed with turkey!"'impression that favoritism
ever
and in a few seconds there
a bitter exchange between
Westlake and Durocher
Rosen came to the defense of
Westlake. and later charged that
Durocher had caUod boh of them
lum. I'm not sorry. AH 7*
to do is sit on the bench for
innings and listen to him
dont even need good ears
And what does Durocher 1
say?
Sure. I kid R*"^
then." Leo commented
those short sleeves, you' ^ ,|
show his muscles and wt ^
him, flea your muscles, Ai
em how strong you ^ m
all ."
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miDAY. APRILJ, 195S_
Rules, Regulations for Preparation
Of Home, Table Before Passover
* ~..,;<-f. flkrWfer
By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
Executive Director
Great(r Miami Vad%Hkhruth
pecans Passover nas 'pecfal
Maws of kashruth, and these hiws |
must be observed and dealt with i
even more strictly than the laws
lof kashruth during the whole year.
lit is of great importance to be fa-
Imiliar with some of these essential
|law- applicable to Passover.
CHOMETZ and MATZO
Chometz must neither be eaten.*
nor used in any way, or held for
my other purpose, neither in its
Dn'i;in.il wholesome form nor in a
jiixed form. Even the mixed taste,
extracted from the chometz, is pro-
hibited on Passover. It must not
tven be kept, protected or owned
^y a Jew.
Wheat, rye, barley, oats and corn
Lre subject to become chometz if
Ihey are not prepared in accord-1
Lnce with prescribed laws for Pass-1
Ever In addition to the above, all
Fkitniyoth." namely, products
kuch a~ peas, beans, green peas, I
ktrins beans, rice, sweet corn, etc., |
pre prohibited for Passover use.
All utensils used during the year <
vith chometz products are pro-1
hibitrd for Passover use. Some,
however, may be kosherized, while
hthers may not. For information
bn which may be koshered and
i-hich may not, consult a spiritual
eader.
Vegetables including garlic
nay be used on Passover except
Itring beans or green peas, etc.,
^hich are prohibited. All bever-
ec~ such as whiskey, rum, cor-
ls, beer, etc., are prohibited for
issover use. Brandy, cognac or
Mivovitz may be used only when
has a "Hechsher:" an endorse-
ment on its original label from a
lecognized Orthodox Rabbi.
Wine must also have a "Hech-
from an authentic Orthodox
abhi on its original label and seal,
he Greater Miami Vaad Hakash
pth advises Ihe purchase for Pass-
of "Israel" wine, brandy or
ptvovrtz, and thus help Israel in
critical period, in addition to
joying a delicious product.
[Unle ihe Matzo or Matzo prod
ti i- marked on its original pack-
ke thai n i- for Passover use. it
hall net be ii-ed for Passover. As
[general rule for Passover prod-
Ms, remember the following:
kshruth endorsements must be
part and parcel of the original
package and seal; the Rabbi who
endorses the product must be an
Orthodox_ Rabbi; i any case of
doubt call ffn Orthodox Rabbi, or
th director f the Greater Mimii
Vaad Hakashruth; no product *hall
be purchased for Passover, unless
the identity of the endorser is as-
certained. This includes candies
and ali food products.
HOTELS and RESTAURANTS
Radio announcements, newspa-
per ads, posters or signs stating
"Passover meals served." "A fa-
mous Cantor will conduct its Se
dorim," "Rabbi will lead in
the Seder Services," "Passover Se-
dorim," "Holiday meals," do not
prove that the place or the meals
are Kosher. Before making reser-
vations In any place for Passover,
make inquiry of an authentic Or-
thodox Rabbi to verify whether the
place is really Kosher.
Places which were kosher last
year may, not be kosher this year.
It is therefor essential for your
own protection to ask the proper
authorities on Kashruth before you
make arrangements for Passover.
There is no such thing as govern-
ment endorsement on kashruth for
Passover, or even for the whole
year.
Statements such as: "Rabbi .
visits my hotel," "Rabbi check-
ed my place," "Rabbi comes
in here every time," do not mean
that the said Rabbi endorses or
even approves the Kashruth of said
place, though the statement may
be true.
PREVENTION OF ISSUR
Since chometz remaining under
Jewish ownership during the Pass-
over period becomes automatically
"non-kosher" even after Passover,
it is therefore necessary for every
Jew to sell his or her chometz to a
non-Jew in a legal way to protect
the chometz from condemnation.
The Rabbi in various synagogues
will help take care of this problem
in "mechirath chometz," selling the
chometz in the legal prescribed
way and manner. Do so immedi-
ately; don't leave it for the last
minute. The Rabbi may not so-
licit it in-your home or business.
It is against the principles of Rab-
binical laws and ethics. It is even
prohibited under the rules of
"Kohen Hamesyah B'veis Hagro-
vos." It is therefore your duty to
see, the Rabbi in his home or of-
fice, and sell your chometz.
The last time for selling the cho-
metz this year is Wednesday, Apr.
6, at 10:50 a.m.
BDIKAS CHOMETZ
The time for Bdikas Chometz
(the search for or check up on) is
Tuesday, Apr. 5. right after dark.
Since Bdikas Chometz is only a
check-up, the procedure shall be
as follows: clean the house of cho-
metz, chometz products or uten-
sils. The chometz needed before
Passover should be put in one
place. This shall be done before
i sunset. After dark, the Bdikah is
,to take place
It is customary to put down in
various places of the house, ten
mimhe of bread; and, during the
|i>uikah, pick them up, wrap them
together and burn them at the
time of the burning of the Cho-
metz. Utensils customarily used
for the Bdikah are a wooden spoon,
some feathers (used as a brush for
the crumbs) and a cloth to wrap
up the chometz gathered in the
"B'dikah." For the Bdikah, it is
obligatory to use a candle which
shall have one wick only. The Bro-
chos for the "Bdikah will be found
in the Hagaddah or Prayer Book.
When the Bdikah is completed,
"Kol Chamiro" shall be said.
The "Wrapped Chometz" of the
"Bdikah" should be put in a place
where you will be sure to see it
and you won't forget to burn it on
time.
EREV PESSACH
"Fast" of the first born (male)
takes place on Wednesday, Apr. 6.
When the son is under the age of
Bar Mitzvah, the father must fast
for him. Participation in a siyum
or in any other Mitzvah frees them
PAGE 5B
from fasting. A siyum takes place
in various synagogues. Call your
Rabbi for information regarding
the Siyum. No Matzo is permitted
to be eaten the whole day of Wed-
nesday, Apr. 6. Chometz may be
eaten until Wednesday, April 6, at
9:40 a.m., not later. The time for
burning chometz is Wednesday,
Apr. 6, at 10:50 a.m. The second
Kol Chamiro shall be said then.
The last time for selling or dis-
posing of the Chometz is Wednes-
day, Apr. 6, at 10:50 a.m. Wednes-
day, Apr. 6, until 2:30 p.m. (after-
noon), potato pudding, Matzo pud-
ding, Knediach, matzo bry, fruit,
eggs, potatoes with Borscht, egg
matzo, Kosher Passover cake, meat,
fish and Kosher dairy products may
be eaten. But neither Chometz nor
Matzo are permissible.
After 2:30 p.m., at the Seder
ceremony, holy fruits, eggs or
Kosher L'Pessach dairy products
may be eaten.
EIRUV TARSHILIN
Since Yom Tov precedes Sab-
bath, and, it will therefore be
necessary to prepare the Sabbath
food on Vom Tov, Eiruv Tavshilin
must be prepared and made. Do
not forget. Ask your Rabbi for
information.
THE SEDER
Matzo Shmurah is preferable, if
possible, for the "Keorah" of the
Seder. Manischewitz, Horowitz
Margareten, Goodmans, Streits and
other bakeries with authentic en-
dorsement for Passover bake it.
Plain "Kosher for Passover Mat-
zos" are kosher and permissible for
the "Keorah" (platters at the head
of the Seder ceremony). Whole
wheat matzos or egg Matzos may
not be used at the Seder for the
"Keorah" Seder ceremony. The
"Keorah" consists of three Mat-
zos placed on a platter at the head
of the Seder table. On these Mat-
zos, we utter the Brocho "Al Ach-
ilas matzo;" "from them we make
"Korach," the sandwjch of Matzo
and Moror; and we eat the afiko-
mon.
Celery, potatoes, parsley, radish-
es, scallions, etc., may be used for
"Karpos." Lettuce is the most ad-
visable and proper vegetable to be
used for "Moror" (the bitter
herbes). Horseradish may also be
used, but lettuce is preferrable.
Broiled meat or chicken is not per-
missible during the Seder night.
LOCAL PASSOVER PRODUCTS
Passover milk and dairy prod-
ucts must have Passover endorse-
ment of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth on the original pack-
age to verify that we endorse it as
Kosher for Passover. Such prod-
ucts, including a variety of kosher
hard cheeses, are obtainable at
Sunnybrook Creamery; "Tasty
Food" and "Seashore" products,
with the endorsement of the Great-
er Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
Statements such as Passover
cake, holiday cake, Yom-Tov cake
or even "Kosher Le-Pessach" do
not assure you that the product
sold is really kosher.
You must see a "Hechsher" on
the original cake package from an
authentic Orthodox Rabbi, before
you buy same for Passover.
For other information regarding
Kashruth for Passover or in gener-
al, call the director of Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
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RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director
Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 for Service
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
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62 N.E. 27th STREET
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why we make this
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For many years, we have advertised
Heinz Vegetarian Beans, five of the
Heinz Soups and other Heinz varieties as
Kosher. We have called attention to the
seal of THE UNION OF ORTHO-
DOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS
OF AMERICA on so many of our labels.
In the minds of somereadersof these ads,
the impression might have arisen that
by "Kosher," we include "Kosher for
Passover." Hence this yearly pre-Pass-
over statement to make things clear:
Heinz -labelled foods are Kosher all
year, but NOT for Passover.
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
PITTSBURGH, PA.
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FRIDAY, APRIL I, 1955
Dr. Sachar Feted
At Receptions Here
Dr Abram L. Sachar, president
0f Hrandeia University, arrived in
Miami Beach Tuesday to report on
ihe process of the Waltham,
Mass school at a meeting in the
Delano hotel scheduled Tor Thurs-
I day evening.
AmonK those who hiv? been
lolaving host to Dr. Sachar are co-
Ichairmcn for the Greater Miami
IBrandcis Committee Dr. Stanley
iFrehlintf and Jack Leonard, of Mi-
lami: Dr. Henry Reiss, New York
City Mr. and: Mrs. Maxwell Abbell,
Chicaj-o: and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
feldman. of Boston.
Dr Sachar was also entertained
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Mailman,
Hollywood and Miami, and Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Miloff, of Hollywood,
I ho scheduled a reception in his
|onor at theit home.
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PAGE 7B
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
CopjalgM. low. by American Jcwt.h Press
25. 19th Cenlury U.S. Jewish Culture
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO
XEBBCCA ttRATZ (178/-18*9) FOUND-
ED THE PHILADELPHIA ORPHAN
ASYLUM AND THE FIRSTJEWISH
SUNDAY SCHOOL IN AMERICA
she inspired siRMHTrx Scott's
-REBECCA' AY "IVANMOE- /
fr WAS RABB/ ISAAC
i-cese/?, SPOKESMAN
for the orthodox
commumty who trans-
lated THE BIBLE INTO
ENCL/SHC/8S9) .
HEBREW rAY
SCHOOLS WERE
ESTABLISHED
BY THIS TIME.
HOWEVER) WORM-
ING MENS- SROUPS
LIKE THE CARPEN-
TERS'UNIONBESA.lv
TO MILITANTLY
ASITATE FOR A
PUBLIC EDUCA -
TlOAl FOR THEIR
CHILDRBR...
WHEN THESE
BECAME A
REALITY, THEY
SOON DlSPLACEP
THE NEBRBW
SCHOOLS -
Judaea Group Formed At Monticello Congregation
A Young. Judaea group for boys
1887 rev. sabato morais founded -0\
america's second rab3anical /nst/tl/t/om, t
the jewish tnboiou-ical seajnar%/al h.y., s
and About this time the first jemshnews,
papers put l/v their appearaa/cb .
- group for boys
and girls of Q .years and up ha*
been formed. #A, Congregation of
Monticello Eafk, and meets every i Arthur Cohen.
Monday night in the congregation
building under th> leadership of
Dr. Abram Sachar
Irs. Sarah Weinkle Dies;
las Active Communal Worker
Mrs Sarah Weinkle, 57, wife of
Barney Weinkle, city physician
Miami Beach, died Mar. 24. She
ne here 25 years ago from At-
fcta, Ga and lived aV 1755 Calais
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Weinkle was a past presi-
it of the Uajdassab Organization
Bcih Jacob Synagogue and was
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JggAY. APRIL
Scroll Makes Link
To Overseas Youth
American children will be help
ing less fortunate boys and girls
in" North Africa, the Middle East
and in Israel through a new Com-
bined Jewish Appeal program an
nounced by the Women's Division
chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
Following through on the plan
originally announced at the recent
"Chai" luncheon sponsored by the
Womenl Division. Mrs. Simonhoff
has appointed Mrs. Samuel T Sa-
piro to head the unique pro-ram
through which the lives of children
and grandchildren here are sym-
pathetically linked with the lit
of youths o\ c rsai
, than 40 women, ardent
workers in the Combined Jewish
Appeal, have made special con-
tributions honoring their children
Col Katriel P Salmon, leader and grandchildren Names of the-e
of the Jewish Brigade and hero of 0>s and ""'s are prominently in
the War of Liberation, will be scribed on a huge parchment send
guest speaker at a third Seder here now on display in the offices
Col. Salmon
His? adrat Plans
Third Seder Here
Variety Show Due
On Beach Apr. 10
In the spirit of Passover, an all
star variety show will be presented
bv the Hebrew Academy, on Sun-
day evening. Apr. 10. at the Miami
Beach High School auditorium.
Featured on the program are
Sandra Barton, singing star of
Borachtcapados"; Billy Modes. Yt
dish-American recording star; Bar-
r\ Blake. Jackie (.lea-on- protege;
Carlos Barnett. pianist
\ double quartet of Academy
student- will render Passover se-
lections with special arrangement
by Miriam Donnerstag, Academy
music director.
The evenl i" sponsored jointly by
Hebrew Academy Men. Hebrew-
Academy Women and the P T \
Sidnej Rubinowitt is general chair-
man, assisted by co-chairman
Frank Brickman and Hyman Gal-
but. who is in charge of publicity.
Heading the program and ticket
committee are Alex Miller. Aaron
Lauer, Hyman Sandier. Jacob Kauf-
man. Kolman Luria and Samuel
Reinhard. and Mesdames Arthur
Bergman. Morris Dubler. Irving
Firtel, Charles Gertler. Maurice
Goldberg, Ted Landesman. Louis
Makovsky. Alex Miller, Henry Pen-
chansky, Samuel Reinhard, Sidney
Kubinowitz. Hyman Sandier. Edna
Selis Joseph Shapiro, Miriam Sol-
koff. Isidore Spolter, William
Stern.
Beacli Attorney Named
To Dade Delegation
Joseph GaSSSfl of Miami Beach
hi- been named as one of two at-
tornej for the Dade County legis-
lative delegation for the 'April Me-
sion in Tallahassee. Gassen Will
work with W. K ( ulbreath in han-
dling legal and administrative mat-
ter- for the delegation. He has
been a practicing attorney here for
five years and for a short time
served as counsel for the Office of
Price Stabilization. Gassen has law
Saul Raskin Opens
One-Man Show Here
Opening with an even,- r
tion on Monday, Saul Ra,li M
present at his ne ma ?hJ *
watercolors presented jn 1m*i
ami Beach Art Center Th, llJz)
will remain on view thro-^.h JJS
I Raskin studied for man..
in Paris. Berlin. Jerusalem'jl
New York. Member ol b.h ^
.Audubon and American w,
color Societies. Raskin has
hibited and receive] prj2(,
in the Art Instituti of (hic^
Philadelphia Print Club, BrooS
Museum. City Art Mu,eum L
Louis. Virginia Mu-cum ol fi*
Arts. Library ol |
Metropolitan Museum ol Art
Among bonks Raskin has mj
trated are "Genesis," "The B
of Psalms." "The Haggadah"
' Pirke Avothr____
', offices in Miami and lives atJlgj
Sheridan ave., Miami Beach.
arranged by the Israel Histadrut
Committee. Col. Salmon, military
attache of the Israeli Embassy in
Washington, is a native of Israel
where his family have lived
generations
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
According to Mrs. Sapiro. when
the scroll is completed it will be
for specially treated, inscribed with
the names of Greater Miami's CJA
The Seder will be held on Sun- leaders, mayors and other lmpor-
day evening. Apr 10. in the Cor- tant public officials and then be
onation room of the Empress hotel, sent overseas to the State of Is-
Speaking in the name of Ameri- rael. "The scroll is to create a nev-
can Zionists will be Louis Segal, er-ending link between givers and
general secretary of the Farband receivers and help create an ever-
Labor Zionist Organization, execu- lasting bond of friendship between
five member of Jewish Agency and the two." Mrs. Simonhoff said,
other American and international Greater Miami women who have
Jewish organizations. inscribed the names of children
Participants in the program are upon the "Chai" scroll are the Mes-
the well-known columnist and dames Samuel T. Sapiro. Frances
writer Harry Simonhoff, auth ir of
"L'nder Strange Skies." and Rabbi
Max Shapiro, prominent spiritual
leader here
A special Haggadah has been
prepared lor the occasion. The
will be rendered by a
group of narrator- and singers led
uel Kelemer, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. and Judith
Rubin. Harry Blonder. David
Brown. Esther Cohen, Sarah Czech.
Jacob Entine. Morris Falk. Lillian
Glaser. Harry Gordon. Pauline
(in--. Leo Gross, W J Harris. Anna
Kane. Benjamin Kaplan. Robert
Levy, Samuel Lipton. Louis Makov-
sky, Helen Mandell. Nathan Nash,
David Phillips. Irving Quart in.
Stella Radner. Rebecca Rothman.
bane! Herbert, ol Maurice Schwartz Sam B. Schlesinger. Henry' Scitlin.
Art Theatre.
Dade County Guard ol Honor of
the Jewi-h War Veterans will pre-
sent coiot-
Pioneer Miamian Max
Mintxer Dead at 65
Services were held Wednesday,
Mar 23. for Max ?>Iint7cr who died
Mar. 21 at the age of 65.
Coming here from Rumania 30
ago,, he lived at 1510 SW 25th
ave.
Mr. Mintxer was treasurer of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association and a life member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center. A founder of Congre-
gation Beth El. he was also a mem-
ber of the Zionist Organization of
America. B'nai B'rith and an ac-
tive worker for the local Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Survivors include his wife. Sal-
John Scrbin. Alexander Shedroff.
Samuel Simonhoff. Michael Steck-
loff. Mary SI. \. Helen Sparber.
Charles Sparrow, Frieda Kalstein,
Ann M. Tart. Jacob Udell. Sol
: Carl Weinkle. Rose Wein-
tr.uk Ben Zimmerman and David
R Hallen.
Tax Experts Schedule
forum at Dade Auditorium
Public forum on income tax
sponsored by the Dade County Bar
.ation will be held Monday
evening, Apr. 4. at the Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium.
Tax committee of the Bar Asso-
ciation. Douglas D. Felix, chair-
man, will preside over a panel
which includes Ray F. Sadler. M.
A. Baskin. C. B. Kniskern. Jr.. Rich-
ard H. W. Maloy. Cyrus A. Neuman
and Maurice Survis.
Six topics will be reviewed by
ly: two sons. Herman and Joseph; the panel prior to the question-an-
three daughter-. Mr- Jeanette swer period: medical and dental
Schulman and Mrs Ethel Feinberg. expenses; income from rent; per-
Miami. and Mrs Helen Halperin. sonal exemptions and dependents;
a brother. I. L.
and nine grand-
F'itzgerald. Ga ;
Mintzer. -Miami;
children.
Members of the family who flew
in to attend services at Gordon's
Miami Chapel were Mr Samuel
Mintzer. New York; and Mr and
Mrs Philip Halperin. Fitzgerald.
Interment was in Woodlawn
Cemetery.
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MDAY, APRIL 1. 1955
^JewlstfhrkHati
>MJCC Reveals
lew Day Camp
Lgi^tration for a new summer
' camp in the North Miami area
J begin Monday, Apr. 4, it was
Jounced, by the presidents of the
jgnbations which will co-spon-
this program, Benjamin Miller
the North Dade Jewiah Center
i Mrs. Milton Sirkin for the
Lator Miami Jewish Community
liter.
fMJ<"< which operates three
ununity [s of Dade County, has joined
Ls "itli 'he North Dade Cen-
[thi. year to create a fourth op-
tion, which will take place at
,lh Dade
Uael Waxmafl, chairman of the
th Dade Jewish Center youth
knittee, has been heading up a
Ip of parents working on plans
[this camp. Leonard Romney,
Ln-inii -upervisor for GMJCC,
[been appointed camp director.
egistration will be conducted
he North Dade Jewish Center,
63(1 West Dixie highway, North
si.
on North African
Available Locally
tederic March, famous movie
[legitimate theater star, is fea-
d in a new United Jewish Ap-
| sound film which is now avail-
i to the Greater Miami commu-
m J. Heiman, chairman of the
Joined Jewish Appeal, has an-
Jccd that the dramatic film
(copes in 12 minutes the dra-
story "f today's situation in
PAGE 9 B
One Mother tells Another
"It's the REAL thing!"
ilor Stanley Porter, former-
[cantor of Temple Toldos
eph. Brooklyn, N.Y.. na-
sally known concert and
artist, will be at the Del-
hotel Apr. 6 and 7 for
Passover services.
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At a recent member-bring-a-member" tea of the Greater Mi-
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new members enrolled. Standing behind centerpiece replica
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Ginsburg. president; and Mr. Meyer Eggnatz, membership
vice president and hostess for the afternoon.
North Africa.
According to Heiman, the cam-
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kmi RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY .-TO'STSE
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Rabbi Abraham LenM afttrmtmi
aad esrwssar te > fl the Week* hnm ** 5 p m. foBoawrf by Shah*
BOH and 1*55 Nsrarda? rrr wrrsre* are at !** *m Seamai.
niM serwee* are a v"-0-_i at S am. "mm *
a** Tah-mi, r.'k r*ev> :i* fT*an M- and Mrs. keP CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
wwt *t Taae af the *tt. ,..1 h^ .,. ^^^t bv M* TER w,R *) Frsdat n<~ -.- -en
Moses Pummij f:e the Esr> v^ Parcel cc the Bar Xiank *** at "!* P" $>>."** SamJ~
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aad easterns of Pasww* at 5 pm ... vrseneas Jew* Conamatiee. wml
Timi 'i-iti rf Hirai ^E^^^*^^i^,<:!i2S?:iSb.dSSrS
ana bald Fr*av mvi <~we* I^^ta*m23l!^al *** wiU oflto*e **" B**
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mas Mate* w*l ^^ ~ topar "From Egypt to Carol C-
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ZAJMORA JEWISH CENTER
ill hold Friday evening services
at 8 15 p m Dr Donald MicheLwe.
vector of Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, anil be guest
speaker and discus? "Three Hun-
dred Years of American Jewish
Life" Saturday morning services
are at 8 30 a m with Rabbi B Leon
Hurwa* officiating Rev. Rudolph
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PAGE 11B
ifichael Sherwood, son of Mr.
knd Mrs. Barney Goldberg.
Ivill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
kt Temple Emanu-El Satur-
Hay. Apr. 2. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Mich-
hel is an eighth grade stu-
Bent at Miami Beach Junior
fiigh School and is in the
hird grade of Temple Emanu-
I's daily religious school.
Ardmore
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hauser, will celebrate
hiB Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday, Apr. 2.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The celebrant is a
seventh grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School
and is in the fourth grade of
the religious school of Temple
Emanu-El.
\arsow Ghetto Program To be Aired Sunday
ftadio program dedicated to the ( known Yiddish folk singer from
i i i he Warsaw Ghetto, has New York.
en announced by Daniel M. | The program which has been ar-
jd, presidenl f the Jewish Na- ranged by Sam Prosterman. radio
|nal Fund Council of Greater Mi- chairman of Council, will be under
The memorial will take place the direction of Councilman Harold
Sunday. Apr. 3. 12 noon, over Turk.
ition WMBM.
Jabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. spirit-
of Congregation Beth El,
deliver an address. Cantor
rele Kelemer. of Miami Hebrew
tools and Congregation, will
jder appropriate musical selec-
is for the occasion. Also appear-
will be Molly Kaplan, well
George Gordring will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Apr. 2, at Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky will offici-
ate. George is an eighth
grade student at Hebrew
Academy and is a member
of B'nai Akibah. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
H. Gordring, 1345 Drexel
ave., residents here for the
past two years. The Gord-
. rings came to the U.S. three
years ago and are steel im-
I porters. Kiddush, honoring
the Bar Mitzvah, will follow
the ceremony.
Hialeah Children Have Seder
Children of Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center religious
school will have a model Seder
Sunday morning, according to Mrs.
Leon Eisenman, chairman of the
education committee.
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Ardmore
Richard Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Barrie, 6411 Al-
lison rd., Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Apr. 2, at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish will officiate. Richard, a
student at Beth Sholom reli-
gious school, is in the eighth
grade of Nautilus Junior High
School.
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;ouncif Elects
Irs. Myers
Continue from Page 1 B
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Wi
Auerbach Unveiling
The dedication of a mdnumerit!
. u mcmory rf ,hc la'e Louis'
Auerbach, formerly of 705 Jeffer-1
son ave., Miami Beach, will take '
PAGE 13 B
Ind since its inception and is a Pla" Sunday, Apr. 3, at 2:30 p.m.,
"' ,.. -man of Federation's the Jewish Section of Woodlawn
chairman
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fe. oi^'^^^nS^!tLen ,0"ff!^at'i"g""Mr. Aucr-
*;, -> a momher?of the **^r**irvivcd by Ms wife, Hose;
Aboard of the National Con- l* >>. Sam and Irvine. bot| 64
1 of Christians and Jews. !ami Beach: a daughter, Mrs.
.i_ .v. M|nnie Abramowitz, of Miami
[A *** ???}!^ fel Beach; and a sister. Mrs. S
Division. AmoruJ hi],Sfjme,er-V wi*n Cantor Aaron
fi ^convention also called ; ^^gjJJ-J "oejmjnt
the 245 Council sections toicon- are aske"d t(J attend.antf re,a,,ve\
tratc their efforts in the fields '____________c*-.___
civil lii-rrties ahd civil rights, | Furer Unveilino
IIh and welfare services, im- ^""S
ration law and service to the I The dedication of a monument
|gn horn during the next two to the memory of the late Jacob
rs\ In a scries of resolutions on John Furer, formerly of 1500 South !
iona! and international issues. Treasure dr., North Bay Village,!
delegates' urged the United will take place Sunday, Apr. 3, T,'
l(. .ovornrnent to increase its P.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
uri. ii the development of eco- Dr. Joseph Narpt officiating. Mr.
Hie a n (I social stability and Furer is survived by his wife, Ma
Rose, and two brothers, Abraham,
of California, and Henry, of Cin-
cinnati, O. he was a Past Master
of the Stamford-Connecticut Lodge I
of Masons and Elks. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
[ideal democracy throughout the
rid.
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fall Unveiling
the dedication of a monument
|ne 'morj of the late Herman
II. tnrmcrly of 20 East Rico Alto
Miami Beach, will take place
bday, Apr 3, at 1:30 p.m., on Leess Double Unveiling
(Temple Israel Section of Wood- _. jj:. .
In Part Cemetery, with Dr. Jo-' f dedication of a monument
h N,r., ok&iatSk Mr. Wall is .L'^JtETSf f thVat? E=da
vived by his wife, Bertha:" a SjJK^ ^ ^"V* 9"
Bernard *.. ol Miami Beach; ^^^.^1 take place Sunday,
uehtcr Mrs (ecile Burger of Apr 3' at 3:3 p m- on lhe w*-
Yrk- and 5 brother Oscar mcn Circle p'<>t <* Mt. Sinai Me-
I morial Park Cemetery, with Rabb.
S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. and
Mrs. Leess are survived by three
sons, Sam of Miami, Charles of
Brooklyn, and Harry of Bayoone,
N.J.; also two daughters, Mrs Rose
Kessler, of Miami, and Mrs. David
Adler, New York. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Will Participate
En Beach Seder
Hon. Simeha Pratt, Consul Gen-
eral of, Israel at Chicago, Will be
finest of honor' at rrie:, congrega-
tional Seder of fchlp'.lc 'Beth Shot-
on! on Wednesday evening, Apr. 6,
in the Temple banquet hall, accord-
ing to an announcement by Ralph
Spero, president.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will conduct the
annual Seder, which is open to non-
niembers. as well as members.
Mr. Pratt was born in Rovno,
Russia, in 1912 and moved to Pal-
estine in 1926. He was educated at I
Bhe University of Basle in Switzer-1
tend and later at the University of '
London. In 1940, Mr. Pratt settled
m Tel Aviv and practiced law in
that city until 1953, when he join-
ed the Israel Foreign Service.
As a member of the Haganah Or-
ganization, Mr. Pratt participated
in the defense of Tel Aviv in
1947 and 1948. A first lieutenant.
he was seriously wounded in June,
i048. which resulted in his leaving
the Army in January, 1949.
Mrs. l'rait will join him at the
Beth ShoJom Seder.
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Will Provide KQSUER FOR PASSOVER Products
MILK CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CrIEESE
Placo Your Orders with Your Driver or Call 84-4521
6851 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
i*
MIAMI TITLC
&QhtractCa
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Titlt Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus & Reserves
fxeeod $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
ton. uf New York. Mr. Wall was
kast president of Temple Israel
Miami, a member of the West-
Country Club, the Exchange
lb. B P.O. Elks of Key West,
Mtary of the Venetian Islands
ktciation and a member of the
rict> riuh and Opera Guild of
later Miami. Arrangements are
lharge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
n Company. Friends and rela-
\> are asked i" attend.
Beth Jacob Model Seder
elite Cenier Meeting
Lular April meeting of the Is-1 JJJ g^T^ad^
Bile Center will be held on Tues-, Shirley Blye will act as r
Children of Beth Jacob Religious
School will conduct their annual
morning,
mother and
Apr ; First nominations of light the candles.
|cers and !.onr,1 of directors will
place Elections are scheduled
ITuesday, May 3.
elite Center Seder
unday morning, students of the
petite Center religious school
conduct .-< model Seder for the
Ire school.
Jerry Bernstein will say the Kid-
dush. Mickey Gilbert will ask the
four questions. Table will be set
with all traditional herbs, bitters,
wine and matzos. The function is
sponsored by the Parent Teacher's
Association.
\BUILDm Of IMMORTAL
MEMORIALS fOR THE
rot* $ mast:
JEWISH TRADE
|| mi ii
i a. w. or
f* 'or tht IStiry White BulUlm,
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS 140.00
Plus Cemetery Charges
JSundays n%n, ,3.0249
ptfli
WGULAR HOME SERVICE
l'"aMl,it0 your h-m "r* "
rnwi..r-r* conomi<:' way
DRYVV00D TERMITES
ERADICATED .
WWW TElfT METHOD
r-'V*o'oBdM S;V"r Ou.r.nt.e on
">"> or Subterrano.n T.rmit..
truly N0LEN.
*. 82M41
At eEACH 1Mf A|ton |toa-
5-3444
Will Discuss Spinoza
"SpinozaA Life of Reason,"
will be the topic of a lecture Sat-
urday afternoon by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
MAIN OFFICE
45 N.E. First Avenue
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Dade Federal
- JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President
TAMIAMI BRANCH
1901 S.W. Eighth s^*on CCNTYR BRANCH BUSINESS HOURS: All offices are open 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
5797 N.W. Seventh A.ent,. V**?^ \ ^ n Sa!wrdy* and
branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 e.ch by the Feder.l
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. and EARN dividends twice
a year for you at the currant rat* of jo^ par annum. Open your account now I
RESOURCES EXCEED 70 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS


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)AY, APRIL 1. 1955
JeHistrkrldlirHi
PAGE 15 B
hV^TcOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND KOB DADE COUNTY.
nBlDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34927B
Br ESTATE OF
. THi; UROHB. a/k/a FAITH
r iTaKNKH. "Va FAITH
ri-VKOU'ITZ, Deceased
F NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
I .ll creditors and Ali F'eraons Hav-
i riaims or Demands Agalnet Said
..a! ami each of you, arc hereby
Imrd am' required to present any
E, and demands which you, or
Zr i.l vou. may have against the
,,, of FAITH K. GROSS, a/k/a
fH B kaKNER, a/k/a FAITH
.K<)"IT7. deceased late of Dado
f.,, Horlda. to the Honorable
tsk B. Ix'Wl.ING, County Judga
Ijiuj,. County, and file the name in
f [he County Courthouae in
I, County, Horlda, within eight
nilar months from the date of the
| publication hereof. Said claims
lemands U> contain the legal ad-
is of the claimant and to be aworn
nil presented as aforesaid, or same
1|h> barred See Section IM of the
1'rnl.atc Ad.
L|,. March 1, A.D, IMS.
y \ GROSS
u Executor of the l-ast Will
restameni ol
KAITII E. DROSS, a/ka/
FAITH K. BARN FIR. a/k/a
KAITIl LEF'KuWITZ.
1 icceased
TON \ FRIEDMAN
Kin*-\ lur Executor
|.;o 4 IS_________________________
THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
. AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
BRIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34909A
Ac ROTATE OF
I\ \ s LFIVIN, Deceased
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ji| Creditor! and All Persons llav-
It'laims or l>einanda AKaln.it Said
iti
iu. and each of you are hereby
tied and required to present any
ii.. md demand! which you, or
of you, may have against the
.i MAX s. LEVIN, deceased
..i I Mil.- County, Florida, to the
>raM- County Judieea "f Dade
.. and file the aame In their of-
In the County Courthouse In
County. Florida, within eight
ilar month! from the date of the
publication hereof. Said claim!
imandi to contain the legal ad-
"* the claimant and to be sworn
I presented as aforeaald, or same
be barred Bee Section 7II.1I of
MS Probate Act
i. Man Ii ll. AH IMS.
HERMAN T. ISIS
A- Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
MAX H LEVIN, Deceased.
I.MAX T ISIS
It fo Executor
K'ongreas Bldg .Miami, Florida
" 4/1 s
|rOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File A-13504
hapter 20722 Acts of 1941
JTl'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
|l'll KFII.I.EHEIt, holder of Town
r,.| iit.v Tax Sale certificate
but issued the sist day of May,
ire,: has filed same in my of-
pnd has made application for a
*-d to -"I thereon, said
It. ate eiiilira. .- the follow nig de-
ll property la the County* of
Bl iti of i"' Ida, to-wlt:
pt I, Block 14, Florida Cltv
1 I'lat Hook I, Tage 74.
Ctlon :'. Township .",7 South.
in-. II East in tin- 'Town of
nrida City, County of Dade,
late .if not
i "-"--i .,f said property un-
h. said certificate was In the
|t>f: Estate of Ruth Earle.
" "I eel tin.-at,, shall he n -
irdlng to law. the property
bed herein will he sold to the
*t bidder at the Court House
pn the first Monday in the month
!>'. ;'. which is the 2nd day of
1,s
led this Mtll day of March. I9.">5.
E B l.EATHBRMAN,
Clerk ..f Circuit Court,
I'.el. County. Florida.
. "> x STEKRETT,
' _! ,**''' "cputy Clerk
I o.5,RCUIT COURT OF THE
IrJUi)JCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ISAS* COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
rSli-u.. .. No- 177712
I *<', '-"WSKI, Plaintiff.
LniJU1-' ASK|. Defendant.
EIC 8V PUBLICATION
p.AN SZI'Ml LOW SKI
L, Alern 140
m Nicolas, lrovlnce of Buenoa
.,'.',": A'gen Una
J" ARE HEREBY notified that a
|> 'mnlaint for tHvoroa has been
I "ii, and you are requir-
l *' copy ,,f your Answer or
if ',",'' "'" the plaintiffs
-i. .KUSHON S. .MII.l.KK. 420
' Miami Beach. Kia
.f ,'?' ..! ,,n* original in the of-
Pi the ( lerk of the Circuit Court
' 'I'- L'Tth day of April.
I heiwls,. the HIM of Complaint
r i.iKi-n as confeaaed by vou.
ff Malch'l'i'-'' K,orld"' lhl" I8,h
f;- B. i.KA-THKlt.MAN.
t lerk of the circuit Court,
>ade County, Ma.
1 H H. RICE, JK.
4 ka.u Deputy Cleric
tMNerl5E T0 CREDITORS
IAND pr?JV JUDQE5' COURT
fclDA ,^roDADE COUNTY,
f Ks!Nx-,^?^ATE' N- 3WM B
Tt>., ,I;'1,{EI,BRIK8BN. Deceased
- and All Persons Hav-
"> Fernanda Against Said
abim
I of you. are hereby
i '.'Miiie.i i prewnt any
r " ..f "li'-J.'.VV h:^'^^^ "gainst the
'-m : i-iti-:i)i:iuKSKN-.
I'.de county, l-iot-
'' '' !' County Judges
'"'I and file the same In
1 I he lounty Courthouse
| mt>, Florida, within elghl
llmli '. ',""" ,ho rtte of the
""'atlon hereof, Said claims
NOTiCE UNO|_ FJCT.TIOU.
KSSLSJ'SSH?! 'VEN that
HENRY NOR-T^LU> T^AKMCT
i^r'seVnoVo vW1"
4/1-8-15-22 .
Wianil. V """" Sa| claims
of ," '".'""'aln the legal ad-
n.| .....'< and to be sworn
I aa aforesaid, or
i "'.; barrod,
fSsll FRBDBRIK8EN,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MOnCa IH HEREBY GIVEN th-u
the undersigned, desiring to h,,,,
VINCENT PAI.A/.Zdi.u
GRAZIANO MACRO
Partners
M-lcT WEI.l.iscn
Attorney for Applicant!
4/1 ~n~ I i !!'_'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKltY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTH PLORlBl parts ware-
house, at 41 N.W. 20ti Street. Ml-
"T.l; v2*-J,n,^n'1 l" rpflster said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS ZCCKEIt.MAN
BIDNETT SPSS
3/I8-J5 4/1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30384-B
RE: ESTATE <>K
MEYER JJQUCK, also known as
M. .1. OI.ICK, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARQE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Im-.vIi.uk, as Admin-
istrators of the estate of MEYER I
CLICK, also known as M. .1. OLICK
deceased: and that on the lad dav of
May is.Vi.'wiii apply t,. the Honorable
) BI'ANTON. County Judge of
Ihtde County. Florida, for approval
of aaid final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrators of the Ba-
tata "f MEYEIt .1. (li.ICK. also known
as M .1 OUCK, deceased.
This 25th day of March. I90.V
JACOB FISHMAN
KHIEI. L.EHOWODER
CHAIII.KS I.IPPl.W
OEOROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Administrators
07 Olympla Building. Miami :!;'. Pta,
4/l-S-l.-,-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN that
the undei signed, rijjelrlng to eafjaffe in
business under the fictitious name of
MT-JO KNACKERY, at 150 Clralda
AVenue, Coral (lables. Florida, intend
to rtirister said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
JOSEPH FOOEl/
\i vi: \ FOOEL
I 1-1-15-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RICH BALES, at :'K N.W. Ird Street,
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK REICHMAN iSKAL)
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for < iwner
M7 olympla Building, Miami, Florida
:i |g t I-I-1B
LEGAL NOTICE
The undersigned. Max I^evln. does
hereby give notice that on March 19th,
IH',.,. he sold the business which he
operated *inder the name of L A L
MEN'S SHOP, at IM N. Miami Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, and that he Is no
longer associated ot In any way ,s.n-
nectcd therewltli and that he will not
be raaponalble for any debts or obli-
gations assumed, contracted or In-
curred by or on behalf of said busi-
ness or any party connected therewith
aa of and since the above mentioned
date of sale.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, on March
2Srd. IMS.
MAX LEVIN
HKRMvYN I BRKTAN
Attorney for Max Levin
72 W. Flugler Street
3/2:. 4/1-8-1.-1
Ala""*"
Deceased.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 61
L A L MEN'S SHOP, at 128 N. Miami
Ave.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court
6t Dade County. Florida.
MARVIN TANNER, Sole Owner
HERMAN 1. BRKTAN
Attorney for Applicant
72 W Flngler St.
8/25 4/1-8-15_________________________
1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 177948
TRANCES KORNET, Plaintiff
va.
ISltAKI. KORNET, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ISRAEL KORNET
ADDRESS ITNKNOWN
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill "f Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. DAVID LK-
VINE, 122 N W 12th Avenue, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the t lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of -May. It56. If you fall M
Judgment b) default will be
taken against you for the reh.t Oe-
manded In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week f.o four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORiniAV
honk ami ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this Mth day of March. A U
{ | KATIII'llMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, l',1"'l',1.",..,.
By WM W STi" KINO.
(Circuit Court Seal) Heputy ( lerk
4/1-8-1
\ e JtEu-r:J,R?UIT COURT OF THE
E.sJEs.VfN.TH,sJUD,e,A1- CIRCUIT, IN
frJi? FSR^PADE COUNTY, FLOR
ELIZABETH ZAI.A, Plaintiff.
77441
AJ^striffi.r-a^AtLAl I'e'endnnt.
Tk ^?T,?5, BV PUBLICATION
TO: AJllKn r. ZALE
Eight l-iiat r.Sth Street ,
c/o Rubln'i Restaurant
v, ,?.ew. .Vork <-i,y- New York
AJ_'f!KK" ZA1A. are re-
AllNW.T
voree n
'^,,Hd Building. Miami Reach. Florida,
and file the original In the off I. of
the ( lerk of the above Court on or
before the 20th day of April, I9f,5, or
' omplalnt will be taken as confessed.
Hated this 10th day of March
B, B. I.EATHEKMAN,
m HyrK.'H,,ir,-,"^ilCOUl1
i/H?.'i5-Vl- '"""'-V ,:,"rk
"<. Al.t'HEl) F. ZAU\,
lUlred to aerve a copy of v.iui
to the Hill of Complaint for Div
I!"' ..Plaintiff's attorney. .Ii
1N-.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
''TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
CHANDrAeREvCOUNTY' F'-ORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. M0. 177631
MART I'l-'EFFEIt. Plaintiff
'' "HJK33 "KKH- lefendant.
... notice by publication
lo: JESS PFEEEER
IM old Bergen
Jerae] City, New Jersey
TOI AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
tnal a hill of complaint for divorce hag
been filed against you, and vou are
hereby required to serve a -copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
","..,he Plaintiff's attorney, mai.yin
BNGLANDBR, Jll Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Reach, Florida. Vnd file the orig-
inal answer in the office of the Clerk
oJJhe Circuit Court on or before the
I*W day of April. 19.',:,, otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken as
confessed against vou.
DATED this 16th day of March,
A.D. ls.i;,.
(Seal)
3/1K-25 4/1-8
B. II. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34746-A
In Re: E8TATE OF'
HORACE I leceased
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing, claims or Demand! Alalnal s..id
Batate:
You, and each of you, are herebv
notlfled and required to present any
claim! and demands which you. or
either of you, may nave against the
estate of Horace i;. RICHHBIMER,
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the game In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar mouths from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal a dreaa of the claimant to to be iworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be bailed.
I>nte- March 24th. A.D, 1965.
Robert c. richheimer
11 RICHARD rTcHIIEIMER
CHARLES W BTIFJF i:i.. JR.
As Co-Bxecutora of the I^ast
Will and 'Testament of
HORACE 0. RICHHBIMER,
I leceased
IRWIN E. KOTT
of Myera, Helman a Kaplan
Attorney for co-executora
4/l-8-i:.-2L'
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
TO: MATILDA BROWNE
304 North Archibald Street
FVrt William, Ontario
Canada
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you. and you are required
to serve a cony of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, GEOROE L.
KNIilHT. 1006 Security Building, Mi-
ami, FTorldn, C.S.A., and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 20th day of April, IM*.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the BUI of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of March, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
111 JOAN COIRNOYER.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
okokge i. knioht
gf:okgf: clahk smith
Attorneys for llalntlff
3/18-25 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
FLAMENCO M1SIC, at 8602 N.W. 22nd
Avenue. Intend! to ceglster said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. ""V.TER ZARZYCK.
MAX P. BNOBL, ESQ.
Attorney for Flamingo Music
3/11-18-25 4/1____________^__
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 177422
HERMAN K. COOPER, Plaintiff,
vs.
EDNA MAE COOPKR, Defendant
.^HUIT FX>R DIVORCE
TO: EDNA mat: eoi u'KR
pN. 12th Street
Pnoenix, Arizona
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
!?. s*rV8 a cuvy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plalntlffa Attorney, HENRY M.
-AIN JalH West Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 18th day of April, Ml
you fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the BUI of Complaint
lhls nothe shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 10th day of March, A 11
Florida,
l ::,.-,.
E Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
,,., ,. Uy M- c ORE EN.
riENRY,M,,rCArN' 1*"Ut> **
Attorney for Plaintiff
?,',!J 2' F>lf'or Street, Miami, Florida
J/18-25 4/1-8
im Ni>J'SF^Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l!-SVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTy. in CHANCERY, No. 177403
ANNEMARIE VAZQUEZ, Plaintiff,
vs.
HENRY A. VAZQUEZ. Defendant.
___. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HENRY A. VAZQUEZ,
c/o Ablno Vazquez,
1246 Evergreen Avenue,
Bronx 72. New York.
You are hereby notified that a BUI
., i ofnp'alnt for Divorce has been
filed against yon, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYEKtt.
HEIMAN & KAPLAN. 6.10 Seybokl
Building, Miami. Florida, and file tba
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or-before the Sth day of April, 1855.
If iii-Jtiil to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against vou for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of March. A.D.
19.'.;.
E. B. LEATHKBMAX,
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKINO,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida
3/11-18-25 4/1
- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 'H HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KREDELLF: FOOTWEAR, at 235 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EVELYN NUSBBAVM
MILTON M SS'I'.AIM
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
M6 Seybold Building
a/11-18-25 4/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Iff HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NTD0N EXTERMINATORS, at 1613
Alton Rd., Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES TAll'.L
LEONARD KALISH
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldf.
3/11-18-26 4/1 ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VERTICAL BLIND Co OF' FI/iR-
ll>\ at 1:.-16T-16! N E. 62nd St..
Miami, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ________
MAXWELL I, WEISBERa
LEONARD* HEIN
S/ll-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
\ BARBARA HOTEL APART-
MENTR at ^:l" tOth Street. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
,'AN-VILLE REALTY OF
FLORIDA. INC.
KOVNKR A MANNHEIMER
Attornevs for Canvllle Realty
of Florida. Inc.
3/ll-18-2i 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
vs.
MARY BREWER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY BREWER
3000 S.W. 16th Street
* Miami, Florida
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required
to aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, GEOROE A.
o'BRIFiN, 607 Olympla Building. Mi-
ami. Florida^ and file the original
Answer or l*leadlng In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2f>th day of April. 1955. If
vou fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F'UiRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORI1KRKI) at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of March. A.D.
IMh),
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By WM W STOCKINO.
iCIrcuit Curt Seail Deputy Clerk
GEORGE \ O'BRIEN
Attorney for Plaintiff ._,..
607 Olvmpia Building, Miami, Florida
3/23 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BULLY'S BAR. at 166 N.E. Mth St.,
Miami, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of th* Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
M. J. SULLIVAN
GERTHUDK P. SL'LUVAN
(Sole Owners)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
MI8 W. Flagler St., Miami, Florida
3/18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring do engaaj-e In
business under Uie fictitious name t*
F: J PACKAGF; STORE, at 702
N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla., intends
to'register said name with toe Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORRIS D. GOLDBERG (Sole Owner)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2,'ilH W. Flngler St., Miami, Fla.
, 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ia
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
i.e parish:.-.'
i.e pari8ibn restaurant '
FRANCAI8
at 474 41st Street. Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I.E PARISIBN, INC.
A Florida Corp.
THEODORE I. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
3/18-25 4/1-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe undersigned, desiring to engage ia
business under the fictitious name of
cres-way clf:anf:rs & laun-
derette, at 2732 S.W 27th Ave..
Miami, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN WEOER
KE88LER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
I 18-28 4/1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 18384
RE ESTATE OF'
SOPHIE liAHINoWITZ. also known
as SOPHIE METERSON and
SOPHIE MEYRISON. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARQE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
tiled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as executor of the
.stat. of SOPHIE RAHINOWITZ. also
known as SOPHIE METERSON and
SOPHIE MEYRISON, deceased, and
that on the lMh day of April, lli.V., I
will apply to the Honorable W. F'.
HI.ANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report anil for final discharge as
executor of the estate of SOPH 110
RAHINOWITZ, also known as SOPH-
IE MEYERMON and SOPHIE MEY-
RISON, deceased.
This IT.th dav of March, 1 GEORGE CHERTKOF
as executor for above estate
:: I8.1J 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34530-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL 8A8SON, Deoeaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of s'AMl'Ei. sasson, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse in
lkde County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Hit id claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date March Sth, A.D. 1".5.
BEN sipers
A Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
SAMUEL SASSON. Deceased
PHILIP V SALMON
Attorney for Bxecutor
420 Lincoln Rood. Miami Beach, Fla.
3/11-18-25 4/1
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