The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30Number 11
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16, 1956
Price 20?
mnw NOTES MIAMI'S SlUCGISH ATTITUDE
fC RESPONSE TO CM CAMPAIGN QUESTIONED
the gravity of the Israel crisis reached the
Umi? What does il mean to ^dividual
m of a growing Jewish community?
what is (ircater Miami's responsibility
Just
in
Lment< made Wednesday by Combined Jewish
ESers reflect the impact of impending world
fophe which looms in the event of all-out war
(Israel.
lira;
CAftNff
WtlMKLl
M* WORKERS SOUGHT HERE
mbined Appeal Urges
[Top Participation in Light
Of Severe Israel Crisis
w-charged with the electri- all parts of Dade county for the
Here's what CJA division chairmen think about
their personal obligations to their neighbors and to
Jewry. These are the goals they have set in this
year's crisis campaign:
Sam J. Hejman, chairman,
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal
"I can vouch for the terrible truththis is the
most awesome time facing Israel and the Jews of the
world. I visited Israel and saw the
armed guards along the Gaza strip.
I have seen Israel farmers plough-
ing the soil with rifles slung across
their shoulders
soldiers accompa-
nying children to
school sand-
bags piled high in
the playgrounds.
"Refugees from
behind the Iron
Curtain on their
way to Israel
wrung my hand,
wept for joy.
"I've seen Mor-
occan families arriving in Haifa
who fell on their knees and kissed
the soil, grateful for their chance
to live again.
"And the crisis is real to these
people. It should be no less to us."
Fff/fMAJ
U.S. Aircraft Carrier,
World's Largest, Sent
Off to East Hot Spot
President Confers With Hoover
On Possibility of Joint UN Action
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Eisenhower early this week;
discussed the Arab-Israel situation with Acting Secretary of State
Herbert Hoover. Jr., while the U.S. Navy revealed that the supercarrier
Forrestal, the world's mightiest and largest warship, will sail for the
Mediterranean to join the U.S. Sixth Fleet there. A battalion of Marines
was ordered last week to join the Sixth Fleet.
The Forrestal, a 70,000-ton aircraft carrier, carries many jet fight-
ers and high-speed bombers. Several of these planes are supersonic
--------------------------'----------------------''and they will be tested next month
MJMF (TATFt 'at Norfolk, Va- At present the war-
| news of the war crisis and
nminent threat to Israel, the
Jewish Appeal moved
with renewed vigor into
ond phase of the most in-
i drive in local history,
nan Sam J. Heiman Wed-
ealled upon every Jewish
' to rededicate "their efforts,
and generosity in behalf of
nmoth campaign, the high-
annals."
Hiding immediately to the
Heiman and the campaign
all organizations, syna-
1 and local groups came for-
| offering their resources of
lip and manpower in the
campaign" to raise $600,-
d achieve the big goal.
U campaigns shifted into high
I following a series of fast-
p planning meetings held in
-*-
KVEAIED
(unity-Wide
Kembly Slated
Beach Mar. 29
have been announced for
"""y-wide assembly in Mi-
. n wditorium Mar. 29 to
** of this area in support
_ the Combined Jew-
B S"M,Uo" Wednesday
e*r- V lnt*ntionally
"^onalKirs ,n the f,elds
uwernmpnt and PWI-
* be on hand to par-
,n ,h* unusual program
ICJA 5S Week h0 is hopeful
We Sln,eers wil ^ the
"Jn* forward to com-
t,lg '""'i rWni job in
purpose of recruiting some 2,300
volunteers who will endeavor to
personally contact over 10,000 con-
tributors in last year's campaign
and nearly as many new prospects
who are expected to participate in
Continued on Page 9 A
Stanley C. Meyer*, president,
Oraater Miami Jewish Federation
"Never has a democratic nation
been beset with such insurmounta-
ble odds as Israel in her present
crisis.
"Not since 1948 has American
Jewry been called upon to give
twiceone gift to our regular cam-
paign, and an extra gift to the
Survival Fund so that in this peril-
ous hour, while Israel's people meet
their supreme emergency, we can
help meet the burden of increased
Continued on Page 9 A
SPOKESMAN STRAIGHTENS THE RECORD
Turkey Reported Seeking Arab
Friendship at Expense of Israel
ISTANBUL (JTAVTurkish For- ports to Israel included no war
eign Minister Fuat Koprulu has materiel,
made a move to win back Arab j jn ]inc with this policy of court-
friendship at the expense of Israel.
In a message to the Beirut, Leba-
non, newspaper "El Belagh," re-
ing the Arab states more vigorous-
ship is going through jet plane
I training exercises in the Caribbean.
I The ship will probably not proceed
to the Mediterranean before the
end of the summer, it was indi-
cated.
The details of President Eisen-
Government of Israel will estab-, nowcr's meeting with Acting Secre-
lish a Consulate in Atlanta. GaJ*** Hoovr were not made ^bhc-
to serve nine southern states, Ala-. However, it is believed that one of
bama, Arkansas. Florida. Georgia, |[he ""*>* Problems discussed was
how the Arab-Israel crisis could
best be brought before the United
Israel Embassy
Opens in South
-BULLETIN-
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department indicated late
Wednesday that the U.S. Govern-
ment does not intend to supply
Israel with Nike anti-aircraft
missiles. A report published in
the press hare last weekend said
that the Joint Chiefs of Staff
favor the selling of such missiles
to Israel, but that the final de-
cision had been left to the State
Department.
Louisiana. Mississippi, North Caro-
lina, South Carolina and Tennes-
see, it was revealed Wednesday.
Consulate will make available to
government and civic authorities,
industrialists, businessmen and cit-
izens of the region all Consular
facilities.
One of the Consulate's basic
tasks will be to foster mutually ad-
leased here, Mr. Koprulu declared | philharmonic Orchestra to give a
ly, Turkey has in quick succession ventagcous trade relations between
turned down an offer for the Israel ,srael >nd the indurtiies and busi-
that Turkey had always sided with
the Arab states in the United Na-
tions when the Palestine issue was
under consideration and that Turk-
ish-Israeli trade relations had very
little to do with Turkey's pro-Arab
orientation.
The Foreign Minister reviewed
for Arab newspapers readers the
record of Turkey at the UN: it had
voted against the partition of Pales-
tine, favored internationalization
of Jerusalem and repatriation of
the Arab refugees, and in the Bagh-
dad Pact had agreed to cooperate
with the Arab program of forcing
implementation of "United Nations
decisions" on Palestine.
Turkish recognition of Israel was
no more than was fcccorded other
states by Ankara. Mr. Koprulu
said, and should not be viewed as
an anti-Arab act Trade was mere-
ly a matter of finding markets for
Turkish goods, he continued, and
the extent of that trade had been
grossly over-estimated; it amount-
concert in this city, has turned
down an Israel philatelic exhibit
also offered for Istanbul and has
cancelled a soccer game.
ness interests in the Southeast.
Nahum Astar. who formerly
served as vice consul of Israel in
[Chicago, HI., has been appointed
I Atlanta Consul.
Nations Security Council. The Pres-
ident urged last week "early" ac-
tion by the United Nations on the
Arab-Israel issue.
Robert S. Allen, noted Washing-
ton columnist, reported here that
President Eisenhower is consider-
ing an urgent "suggestion" from
British Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden for the calling of a Big Three
"summit conference" on the deep-
ening Arab-Israel crisis. This con-
ference should take place in Lon-
don within a few weeks. The
French Government, according to
Mr. Allen, strongly favors the pro-
posal but the United States is cool
to it.
Mr. Allen also reports that most
of the mail received by the State
Department during the last two
months favors arms for Israel. He
quotes a private State Department
report stating: "More than half of
a heavy volume of correspondence
received in January and February
was concerned wipi the Arab-Israel
dispute. Nearly all of the mail on
this subject expressed a plea for
U.S. arms for Israel."
ADL REPORT ALSO HITS ARAB PROPAGANDA TACTICS HERE
Security Program Charged With Bigotry
WASHINGTON (JTAVThe rseults of a four-year
study on political anti-Semitism in the United
States, West Germany and the Middle East were
made public here by the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith which is now holding its national execu-
tive committee meeting at the Mayflower Hotel. The
study established the following facts:
1. Religious bigotry had crept into some arras
of the Federal security program in this country. The
ADL asserted flatlyon the basis of its own investi-
gationthat many of the Federal employees sus-
pended during the 1953 security investigations at
Fort Monmouth. NJ. were "hapless victims of anti-
Semitism, pure and simple." ...
2 Official delegates from Arab nations, operat-
ing in the United States "with diplomatic status and
ed to about $24,000,000 annually- immunity." are engaged in "an organjed and wo.
He made the point thai Turkish ex-1 financed conspiracy to stimulate ant.-Sem.t.c feel-
ings in this countrytheir purpose being to thwart
American sympathy and aid for Israel."
The ADL report challenged the good faith of some
"apparently respectable" right-wing political action
movements in the United Statespromoted and sup-
ported largely by "extremists" in both partiesbe-
cause of their "intermittent and cautious acceptance
of professional bigots and anti-Semitic hate propa-
gandists." It described the "political atmosphere"
of recent years as "one in which dissent and non-
conformism may be maintained only at the cost of a
man's livelihood and the risk of his reputation for
patriotism." As a result, "the security of minority
groups, largely dependent upon the strength of our
democratic institutions, is imperiled," the ADL said.
The report characterized the Fort Monmouth in-
Continued on Page 5 A


Page 2 A
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Jewish Home Eyes Double Celebration
Jewish Home for the Aged will
have double cause for celebration
at its 11th annual membership
meeting on Sunday afternoon. Apr.
1, according to president Abe Kur-
man.
It will have groundbreaking
ceremonies for the new Trau Pa-
vilion, which has been made pos-
sible by GtU Trau, one of the foun-
ders of the Home, and will Rlao
burn four notes amounting to
S40.000. thus wiping out the re-
maining indebtedness on the $300.-
000 Ablin Memorial which was
dedicated only about a year ago.
"We are keeping faith." Kur-
man stressed, "not only with thoM
whose contributions and work
made the Home and its progreu
possible, but perhaps even more
important with the senior citizens
themselves because of our pioneer
ing in philosophy and program as
well as in physical facilities. We
are grateful for. and proud of. the
local, state and national recognition
the Home has achieved."
Irving Cypen. chairman of the
board, will chair the meeting and
indbreaking ceremonies One-
third of the board is to be elected
MORTGAGES-S500,000 Private Money
CHAS. HIME
Permanent or Construction Loans on
New or Old Properties Under Con-
struction or Completed. Will Buy or
'.".ike Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages.
unlimited Insurance Funds.
' PHONE 9 3444
at the meeting. A slate is beins;
prepared bv a nominating commit-
tee headed by honorar> president
Harold B. Spact. Other membeis
are Mrs. Sol Silvorman. Dr. Jan
Spirer. Leo Steminan and Julian
Weinkle.
A- president of the Wo men's
Auxiliary, Mrs. Silveiman will re-
port on the work and progre- M
that organization, which is the lar-
gest women's organization in the
count) and which not only provides
S18.000 annually in operating in-
come to the Home, but ftbo has
made possible the physical therapy
room and its equipment, which
have been named in honor of KM.
Silverman and her husband.
Judge Segall Seeks
To Retain His Seat
Judge Sidney L. Segall will be
a candidate in the May Democratic
primaries to succeed himself as
judge of the Dade County Small
Claims Court.
He initially received the post
.,- a result of his appointment by
Gov LoRoy Collini to fill out Dade
county's judicial set-up with its
in 11 complement of 23 judges.
The 47-year-old candidate heard
2 888 eaats ra I of better
than 115 per week-during his first
SIX months on the bench and there-
ant attorney general in Florida, he
has served by appointment as a
member of the Florida State Im-
provement Commission.
In addition to his membership in
the Dade County and Florida Bar
Associations. Segall belongs to Mia-
mi Zionist District, of which he
served as president for three years,
is past secretary of Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'nth. was active in Young
Democratic Club and Jaycees.
In 1948. he served as chairman
of the speakers bureau for the
Young Democrats and in 1952 was
chairman of speakers bureau for
Adlai Stevenson. Segall was a can
didate for state legislature ii 10*0,
losing by a narrow margin to Rep.
Dante Fascell.
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Cu' Spt.kw
"AIM GRADE, PU|
"TEHUDA HAtfvr a*
WMioiopr. '
0
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AUGUST BROS l
a
CJA MONTH
in
Greater Miami
>>
SIDNH SIGALL
bv reducing the case backlog from
six months to five weeks. Segall
isaid this week thai he would run
on his record "as a judge" and his
i "background experience as an at-
torney, a prosecutor and Democrat-
ic leader."
Born in Tampa. Fla.. and reared
in Miami, he is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Philip Segall. pioneer family
here since 1910. He is a graduate
of the I'niversity of Illinois, AB
degree, and Northwestern I'niver-
sin law school, degree of Juris
Doctor.
Admitted to the Florida Bar in
1933. Segall has been practicing
bare since that time, with the ex-
ception of the period during World
War II, when he served in the Jus-
tice Department. A former assist

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Campaign Calendar
MARCH 18 Miami Campaign Workers Meet-
ing 10:30 a.m. Cooperation
of all Synagogues. Beth David
Congregation.
MARCH 18 Community Services Division
Cocktail Party 8:00 p.m.. Al-
giers Hotel.
MARCH 20 Women's Division Board of Di-
rectors Meetings10 a.m., home
of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 5045 Lake-
view Drive, Miami Beach.
MARCH 20 Miami Beach Campaign Work-
ers Meeting with Jewish Home
for Aged Auxiliary. Luncheon:
12:30 p.m., Algiers Hotel.
MARCH 21 All Divisions Report Meeting.
MARCH 22 Special Meeting all CJA and
Federation officers (Tent.).
MARCH 27 and 28 (Passover) "CJA Month"
in all Synagogues and Temples.
MARCH 29 "COMMUNITY ASSEMbLY FOR
SURVIVAL" 8 p.m.. Miami
Beach Auditorium.
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Honor Silver
L H Silver, prr-ident of
d New Vi k board of edu-
J be honored at a recr-p-
L Sterling hot.-l Thursday
III 29. at which Isidor
limber ot the board of trus-
Ufcrtiva I'niversity, will be
-''who serves as president
(.' irael hospital in New
Lisa trustee of Yeshiva.
ton's first university estab-
lish auspices,
other members of the
Loan Kolko and Sol Furst.
ong un* Ktra or the rerep-
*h will begin with coek-
'8:30 p.m
i joined the American
Company early in life and
I lie post of vice president1
eral sales manager. A for-
inker'of JVesident Troman's
.Security ('"inmi-sien, ho
Mted in New York schools
j College ami holds honora-
fttt from Fordham and1
i Universities.
leonunal interests include
i a vice previdervt of the1
F, Smith Memorial Founda-
kecutive committee of the'
5. of Jewish I'hilanthTO-
i.New VoTk; leadership m
4 Jewish Appeal: the ex-
advisory con>mifte* of'
Unnerhily: A mum-Israel
Corp.; Urban I-eague of-
N'ew York and numerous
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t is enpected to arrive here
; to meet with leaders of
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I Passover period.
:er Election
Beach Lodge
Beich B'nai B rith lodge
at the Aimers hotel on
ay evening. Mar. 21. as
bed by lodge president Mi-
bsin.
|on of officers and trustees
vThii!J?nWhWv CJAiXf,an,eers are n^ded." sayi
^wJ^en^r9' ** rd (ri*ht)' Pintin9 to map of
SJ>wt Miami area as Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. of Beth
El (left), joins with synagogue presidents Herbert Scher and
Hymen Chabner (rear) to launch big Combined Jewish Appeal
!" J? ^V? 2',00 Wrkers- Mi88ino from Phto is
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Israelite Center.
of the lodge for the ensuing year
will be held.
George Kronengold. vice-prew-
dent. is program chairman, and.
there will be a panel discussion.
Participants on the panel will be
George J. Talianoff. chairman of
the Florida advisory board of the
ADL. national ADL commissioner
and president-elect of Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges:
Miss Priscefla Rosenfeid, educa-
tion director* Florida regional of-
fice of ADL; and Kronengold,
president-elect Miami Beach lodge.
B'nai B'rith, chairman. ADL com-
mittee of the lodge and cnairman
of B'nai B'rith ADL Council of
Dade Ceunty.
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Volume 30
Nisan 4. 5716
Friday. March 16. 1956
CM Needs Volunteers to Meet the Crisis
Officials of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation met this week to discuss the
worsening situation in the Near East,
the impending threat of all-out war
against Israel and the dire need for
increased manpower by the Combined
Jewish Appeal here as it participates
jn the American Jewish community's
effort to offer assistance to the belea-
guered republic overseas.
High on the agenda was a resolution
urging Miami Jewry "to put aside all
considerations and outside organiza-
tion activities in a unified sacrifice to
strengthen Israel, to build Jewish lite
on all fronts and to achieve the 1956
CJA goal."
The emergency session was called
by local leaders to emphasize the
alarming turn of events on the interna-
tional scene and the clearly sluggish
reaction of Miami Jewry to the world
crisisa crisis which could result in
the liguidation of the State of Israel.
Principal attention at the meeting
was focused on the multiplicity of fund
drives in the area at this time, as well
as on organization events in which
many Miamians are currently in-
volved. Not the least of the difficulty,
according to Federation president Stan-
ley C. Meyers, is the fact that some
Federation leaders are. themselves,
guilty of this kind of division of interest
at a time when the very existence and
survival of the Jewish State depend
upon the sacrificial devotion of the en-
tire community to this historic cause.
Certainly, the point is well taken. No
one entertains any other opinion than
that a successful 1956 CJA drive must
come from within the roots of the Jewish
community at large. But it would clear-
ly behove many campaign leaders, as
it should all of us, to set an example
by recognizing the priority of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and dedicating
their undivided energies wholehearted-
ly to its successful conclusion.
Any infringement on this steadfast
purpose merely serves inadvertently to
draw away the community's available
manpower reserves from the campaign,
thus weakening its over-all structure
and lessening chances for achievement
of the SI.750,000 target this year.
At a time which may go down in
history as a turning point in the future
progress of democracy in the Middle
East and throughout the world, there
can be no guestion in which channel
the community's energies must now be
directed.
To meet the critical manpower prob-
lem, presidents of sixty organizations
this week issued an emergency call to
their members for immediate enroll-
ment as volunteers. Instant and gratify-
ing response came from local Federa-
tion agenciesJewish Family Service,
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Bureau of Jewish
Education. Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jewish Home for the
Aged and National Council of Jewish
Womenpromising total cooperation.
In this regard, they, as well as in-
creasing numbers of volunteer workers
from every walk of Miami community
life, are adopting for "CJA Month"the
entire month of Marchthe motto:
"Give an Hour of Time to Save a Life."
It is this corps of dedicated persons
and Miami needs upward of 2.000 such
persons if the campaign is to be suc-
cessfulthat will tap over 10,000 con-
tributors who gave to the CJA drive in
1955,
Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman
put it well when he called attention this
week "to the immensity of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal" and the need to
appreciate why CJA merits the over-
whelming priority of the individual
Miamian's philanthropic dollar. "The
1956 campaign should command great-
er generosity of your money and more
of your time and effort as a co-worker
in a cause which gives us all an oppor-
tunity to maintain this dignified, human
and charitable effort," he told a volun-
teer recruitment meeting.
We think this sums up the situation
well. Give. Volunteer to work for the
survival of Israel and for the Miami
agencies which, throughout the year,
serve your health, leisure-time, educa-
tional and welfare needs.
During The Week.. .
By LEO MINDLIN
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University of Miami Will
Observe Language Week
University of Miami will observe its third
cr.nual Language Week with a series of inter-
esting events on campus Mar. 18 to 24.
Not the least of these will be a "Hebrew
Evening" at Hillel House Thursday, during the
course of which a number of intriguing historic,
semantic and literary issues are scheduled to
be discussed.
In the larger view, the observance take time
out to recognize the cultural contributions made
by many peoples, their literature and their
thought.
There can be no better way of emphasizing
despite the diversity of language among the
nationsthe common aspirations held by hu-
manity everywhere and expressed in the rec-
ords of its finest moments.
The University of Miami and Dr. Berthold
Friedl, overall chairman of the week-long ob-
servance who will, himself, present a paper on
Heinrich Heine during the "Hebrew Evening,"
are to be congratulated for this cultural under-
taking at a time when international events seem
to emphasize little of the unity that binds man
to man and much of the differences that sep-
arate him.
*t ^ Mm
It is downright bigoted at worst and unreasonable at he
thaj anything one's own side of the fence does can bei !^
argument or circumstance. The freighter James Monroe i< i
A New York Zionist, Jacob Michael, owns the boat and v*
.. mined effort has thusfar been made to ascertain on what k "^
presumably devoted to the welfare of Israel saw his way Cl
to sacrifice his principles for the manna of expediency "*
I dare say, were the freighter owned by an American n
Jewish faith, there would have been violent criticism to *
matter how "understandable" Mr. Michael's explanation otHH*'
may seem to us now, it would have no such "understands!.?
in the case of a non-Jew. ""^(
This type of ethnic "self-preservation," which shuns the
of group criticism by individual members or segments of tho
can grow to assume alarmingly destructive proportions thm^
object lesson here tor American'Jewry's attitude toward thtSb"1!
Israel. ^
So hopeful are we for every fragment of evidence which
the continuing progress of this republic, that we ignore ill -m
faultsno matter how glaring. Apart from thus failing in our
as counselors, we demonstrate our lack of discrimination. Thi
small consideration; for at a time when we seek to advise Wk,
spokesmen on their policies toward Israel, we simultaneously advice to be partial to the point of blindness and therefore *orthl
A much more valuable attitude for Israels sake, as well tsl
strengthening our role as Israel's ardent spokesman in tjie free*
would be one which does not nreclude criticism of the Jewish'
vhnn criticism is clearlv justified.
CRITICISM NO LONGER A PART OF OUR PROGRAM
Sometime late in 1951 or early in 1952. Prime Minister Darijl
r.nrion made a series of rather sharp observations on the An..
Jewish community. Mr. Ben Gurion. fiercely proud of his people'si
tory on the field of battle, remarked that American Jews will i
true Jews until they migrate to Israel and become citizens of thel
ish republic. This unrealistic pronouncement was immediately itt
ed by Jews here on a score of justifiable grounds.
For one thing, it showed a surprising lack of vinderstandin||
Jewish history. For another, it was so chauvinistic a statement 1
failed to take into account the practical contribution made bv An
Jewry to the 1948 Israel War. of Independencea contribution'
without question, decided the outcome of the war Then, ru
emotionalism proved>Mr. Ben Gurion's obdurate insen^itivity toh
inability to support a sudden influx of six million additional It
Jews. I might add, accustomed to a high standard of living.
Mr. Bon Gurion. I am sure, will not easily fnreet this
which must rank hi its intelligence with Mr. Dulles' "brink of i
and "Russia is losing ground" statements. I am. however, also i
:ilily sure that Mr. Ben Gurion would not meet with such sharp i
cism again were he to make a series "of similar observations in 1
That he has learned his lesson does not prevent Israeli1
Minister from coming up with-even more dangerou- faux pas int
fields. And that American Jewry does not criticize him anewi
less our loss of intellectual courage than our failure to understand!
nature of our reje^. -Fearful of sounding the alarm in the
avoiding s*Tf criticism, we have fostered a sensele>- Mtuation and|
tacit approval to equally senseless Ben Gurion rhapsodizing*
o o o i.
A REPORT FINALLY ACHIEVES UN SIGNIFICANCE
"At two o'clock in the morning. Mar 4. an Israel poutf pa
vessel, escorting a party of fishermen off the nortlieastern-jnw
Lake Tiberias", ran aground on a rocky reef in shallow waj^H
stranded patrol boat eatne under heavy automatic tire fa*f>i
positions on the shore, as did other craft which attempted dttrfc?!
niht to tow it off the reef." So reads a report dated Mar. 7tt!
president of the United Nations Security Council.
Montreal R. Kidron. deputy permanent representative of I-r*lj
the I'N, continues in his report to chronicle the aftermath of thisnr
-that "at QB45.the Israel Ministry for Foreign Affairs informed!
Headquarters of the United Nations Truce Suoervision Organization]
Jerusalem that a police rescue launch would be sent lo low the st.
vessel away;" that "at 1220 the United Nations chairman of the i
mission informed the senior Israel delegate that he had been in i
tact with the Syrian local commander who had undertaken
interfere with the rescue operations;" that "about the sameil
these di-ciissions were going on between the chairman of the
Armistice Commission and the senior Israel delegate W ol ,
< roawd the demarcation line into Israel, seized the rescua h
its wounded crew and dragged it ashore."
The report lists further grievances, including the Mar. 5
down of an Israeli airplane in the Huleh area, and concludes .
very grave view which the Government of Israel takes of these
acts of aggression which must inevitably exacerbate the tense
in the Middle East." -a*
Certainly, the grievances set forth by Mr. Kidron _ae-*
plorable examples of Arab violence. But it is equally certain
SfcA" Kidron report differs very little in substance from coun less
ports handed to the Security Council during the pa-t tnree j
years. Only the circumstances surrounding its distribution
nation make it significant at this time.
o o o o
WESTERN FOREIGN POLICY A HOUSE OF CARDS
On Mar. 3. one day prior to the Lake Tiberias inc. n-,,
Glubb Pasha was ousted as commander of Jordan a highly
Legion. Almost simultaneously with the Syrian snOoU"g,C|ir0 m i
FR??*,* Three" leader*Egypt. Saudi Arabia and Syriamet in .
OLa effort to wrest Jordan from British control and to destroy a .r~
%'XX oi Jordan's joining the West-sponsored Baghdad I ac' ,
fir; Dulles-designated "north tier" arrangement against comrn
Attention: STATE DEPARTMENT
Lfunes-aesignatea "nortn tier' arrangement **;" whicb '
sion into which we have thusfar refused to enter but to ^ ^
now succumb. Our continuing refusal has been base.?Mr NaS*J
objection to the pact and our unwillingness to anger
apparently a matter of little significance now.) .,_.. the!
Even a* the Arab "Big Three" on Mar. 4 offered Am"\ rt <
million dollars annually granted by Britain for th^., inan
Jordanian Arab Legion. Prime Minister Sir Anthonv t.a ^ Wf
ordinary session of Parliament declared that a reapP" order_
attitudes toward I*fVI and the Arab nations was no* ^1
blame for Ihe Near-East crisis could no longer flati) *
kraeI rourUv*"11
Perennially surprised at the continuing failure oi ^on.
and always ready to make excuses for Arab League ss t|tft
the U.S. State Department Mar. 5 was forced to recogn
Continued an Fag* 10 *


March 16. 1956
+JeHtrk>rMton
Charges Federal Security Program With Bigotry
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"an
Contiru.td from P*e 1 *
nn as "a scandal" which had created
* \p public impression that Communism was
***** the suspended penonnel at the in-
** Not only was this false, said the ATA,
"*" nrnhr leads us to the conviction that
'L^m was involved in the initiating of the
( in or doclussification of scientists there-
almost all of whom have since won vindication, al-
though not without having paid an irretrievable
penalty in emotional anguish for themselves and
their families."
le its review of Arab propaganda methods, the
ADL accused Arab diplomats of seeking "the utter junmarried mn and women "for
destruction of Jewish prestige in America." 'the furtherance of social contacts,"
Formation off B'nai B'rith Group is Revealed Here
Formation of a new B'nai B'rith Mrs. Dorothy Alpert, secretary, re-
group here was announced this
week by B'nai B'rith Council of
Southeast Florida.
The group will be made up of
vealed.
Pro tern officers include Minna
Littman and Saul Blake, co-chair-
men; Ernest Fuld, treasurer; and
Gloria Siegel, alternate secretary
to Mrs. Alpert.
New job building freedom

He has just come off the ship, another immi-
grant to Israel from North Africa.
In five hours he'll be hard at work at his
new job building freedom.
A truck will take him 200 miles away,
from this dock at modern Haifa to a raw
settler's home in the Neirev, Israel's frontier
south.
Around him there'll be desert to turn
Ereen.
Just a few miles away there'll be a hos-
tile border to worry about, with enemies well
armed with Communist-supplied weapons.
Ahead of him there'll be years of heart-
breaking, back-breaking work, and more:
because of the enemy there'll be times of
terrible fear and danger.
Rut in apile of it ell, he'll keep on the
job. He'll keep on doing what all of Israel is
doing, newcomer and oldtimert building the
land, building a new way of life and building
freedom.
Why? After you have come out of the
hells of oppression and despair, as have
Israel's people, you hold on to freedom with
every strength.
That is the way he will ho'd on. He will
welcome help not so much for himself, as
for others.
In tension-ridden North Africa he left
tens of thousands of others who pray for
their chance to leave as he has done
Your prompt help cen answer thoee
prayer*, can serve to bring at least 45,000
Jews to new life in Israel.
Give your increased gift to UJA's regu-
lar campaign. Then give a great extra gift to
UJA's Special Survival Fund. Give today.
give' more In 1956
CJA
VOLUNTEERS
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Mrs Samuel Rost. Greater Miami
communal leader, has accepted ap-
pointment as chairman of the local
chapter of the Sponsors of Israel.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers an-
nounced Wednesday. Mrs. Meyers
is chairman of the women's divi-
sion of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee lor State of Israel Bonds.
'it is most encouraging to me
;ind all of my fellow workers that
Libby Rost will lead this most im-
portant division during the crucial
year of Israel's fight for economic
security." Mrs. Meyers said.
Sponsors are women who pur-
chase $1,000 or more in Israel
Bonds during the current year.
They are the proud wearers of the
Sponsors of Israel pin, symbolic of
the eternal light of Israel, Mrs.
Rost noted.
She came to Miami in 1939 from
: Montreal. Canada, and has been an
active worker for the National
Council of Jewish Women. Hadas
sah and Brandeis University.
Mrs. Rost visited Israel in March.
] 1950. with her husband, himself an
I ardent supporter of the Israel Bond
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yean RSjsv
She DOW sorvt on the boards of
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Gravity of Israel Crisis Readied Miami Jewry'!
U-. > I I C!_._l_. .L_<___
Page 9 A
m*(rom f2L} t
Fa,ion needs from North
^*our response was mag-
We met our responsibiU-
fl,,. vear the situation
"nyjimiiar-in some ways
, grive. But what we did
, Can do again. We can be-
|must ^
jinklt, chairman,
i'frift* Division
, CJA drive in 1956 is faced
, biggest task in its 18-year
L_and no one man can do it
'no matter how devoted and
pined he may be.
I crisis today is one of man-
md funds. With men and
j of Miami united into a great
unswerving and dedicated,
; get the funds because we
[ready and willing to give.
Israel will take heart, be
hened and stand firmjust
in need everywhere will
edby our <"JA dollars."
*
FritdUnd, chairman,
art' Division
tater Miami i> the national
ker in our chms campaign
tar.
whole country has focused
ention on South Floridians to
ether or nut we can achieve
baMo see if we are solidly
I chairman Sam J. Heiman in
st
fail to work and give
than in any year since
fwe are, in effect, condemn-
ten< of thousands of
men, women and children
th Africa to an indefinite
w of degradation and des-
Jkis year i- truly one of
But Israel will not falter
j as pacesetter^ in the United
.neither will we."

|Cirnr, chairman. Winter
Division; coordinator,
lth Arta Drives
historians will someday
| the struggle of Israel into its
nd noble perspective. Now,
can do is act quickly, from
t. to perpetuate the democ-
*e helped create.
le crisis campaign touches us
Iferent wa> s. here in Greater
But. whether we lend our
|ia one welfare -ervice or an-
there can l>" no question
I the priority ,,f CJA over all
philanthropic- m 1956the
[of cri>ith.- year of deci-
Levinson, chairman.
Division
f daily hi lines tell the
how Israel, -,.king peace,
mu>' desperately
Wense against hostile neigh-
how Israel i- .!,tlrmined to
[wr door- open tor thousands
^shto leau. Ih(. .nsion and
* of North Africa.
me, tiis
that
means only one
we, in the United
must come to the aid of
"y doing our full share,
addition. I think there is -
for
supportitm the less dra-
*d to
and
Mr*. Samuel Simonhoff, chairman.
Woman's Division
"To me the crisis campaign
means life or deathliterally
for over 126,000 children in Israel,
Europe and North Africa.
"The heartbreaking situation has
been pat squarely up to us: who
can guarantee fulfillmentthrough
the 1956 CJA crisis campaign."
*
Aba Kurmin, chairman,
"Flyino. Squadron"
"When I read about the thou-
sands of aged men and women liv-
ing safely in Israel's old age homes,
else can help these children whose am. doub,y prou parents still have k not recovered
from ailmerits they contracted in
the Hitler concentration camps?
Who will help the orphans in Is-
rael's Youth Aliyah centers, the
children in the fear-ridden Moroc-
can ghettos whose parents are too
poor to buy milk, call in a doctor,
afford shoes for the family, provide
schooling?
"Every child needs help, but
these need it the most. They are
in the 1956 crisis campaign.
"Through the Joint Distribution
Committee, a whole network of
these centers have been set up for
folks over 65and we, right here
in Greater Miami, have a hand in it.
"Just as we've helped build and
support our own Home for the
Aged in Douglas Gardens, old and
young alike, all over the world,
depend on us this year. I'm sure we
[tot equal I; essential nun
WWces in our own com-
^chas Mt. Sinai Hospital.
a, s !ly Senice" ,ne Homc
"-Aged and others, through
JA drive."
I **"". chairman,
nd Profe$$ion, Division
Bin. uhT1" camPan will
*he,h,T Muimi j,,, and
;up adequate Jewish
!rLrem''' : ;",(l *ra>
whether the
l*k and the troubled en
K '"'K ''-1''"el in our
*M Idle Bast is
"s i) in the
not fail the
our hope for the future, and we will finish the job successfully.'
Area Campaign Stirs Pace Here
As Near East Happenings Worsen
Continued from Pago 1 A
this year's drive.
Organized on an unprecedented
scale, the area drives are expected
to achieve the greatest potential
coverage ever attained in any CJA
campaign.
The Coral Gables planning group
met Sunday morning at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin and
outlined plans for volunteer en-
rollment and neighborhood solici-
tation.
Noted increases in contributions
were reported at the Building
Trades Division dinner Tuesday
evening, hosted by Col. Nathan B.
Rood: Young Adults group met on
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week to plan immediate solicitation
among their members Speakers at
these events were Martin Fine and
A. Budd Cutler.
On Sunday, Rabbi Abraham
Herson will dedicate his morning
service at Tifereth Israel Northside
Center to the enrollment of volun-
SffftlN
uvmoti
MIS. SIMONMOff
KURMAN

teers. Subject of his talk will be:
"Our response to the Combined
Jewish Appeal." Also on Sunday,
a huge recruitment meeting has
been called at Beth David to or-
ganize the big solicitation in the
City of Miami. Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg has made a personal appeal
to all members of his congregation
"to respond to the crisis call."
To enroll still more workers in
the area on Miami Beach south of
Dade blvd., CJA joins forces with
the Jewish Home for the Aged
Auxiliary on Tuesday noon, Mar.
20. The group will sponsor a lunch-
eon meeting at the Algiers hotel at I
which Heiman will be principal
speaker.
In the South Miami area, Jewish
residents also responded to*the call
for volunteers and for increased
giving in this year's drive. Edward
S. Roth, civic worker who has been
active for some years in B'nai B'rith
and other organizations, has ac-
cepted chairmanship of the Miami
area Campaign.
Follow-up solicitation is pro-
ceeding in the Flagler-Granada area
which opened its campaign last
week under the direction of Sidney
Stiller. Additional volunteers are
needed in this area, Stiller stated
Wednesday.
The entire Miami Beach com-
munity is now reaching a peak in
its solicitation program, it was an-
nounced by Jack Carner, coordin-
ator of the Beach area campaigns.
Cleanup solicitations are being
held in the Bay Harbor area, head-
ed by chairman Shepard Broad,
and similar activity is going ahead
in Surfside with Philip Schoenberg
as chairman, and Normandy Isle
area, headed by Louis Pritikin and
assisted by Lou Segal and Morris
Black.
Scheduled for immediate organ-
ization is the Treasure Island cam-
paign due to start next week, ac-
cording to chairman Clement Ehrl-
ich. Final solicitations are also
under way in the North Shore area
directed by Dr. J. A. Greenhouse,
with William Blechman and Joseph
Rosenblum as co-chairmen.
GOLF CLUBS
REFINISNED REPAIRED
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1423 Paoca da lean Blvd.
Carat Gables, Ph. 83-2*59
Passover Candies
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317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
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Orthodox Council
Issues Statement
K;ibbinical Council of Orthodox
RabMa of Greater Miami this week
called attention ot the public to
re to the rule's nnd regulations
( rerning the forthcoming Pass
r holidays which opeU Mar. 27.
Sunday nigh!. Mar. 25. all cho-
mad he cleared from the
c and the traditional "search-
ol the chometz" take- place,
by the head of the
b< use with appropriate prayer
i the Rabbinic statement said.
mday, Mar 26. during morn-
the "firt horn"' arc
I from their fast thr
yum" completion I
'!. mudic tractate. Chometz may
' eaten until 9:45 a.m. Chometz
must l' sold not later than 11 a.m..
chometz must be burned by
11:18 a.m., the statement warned.
The public must know that if
a certain article is advertised as
Kosher for Passover it is only valid
ii it is approved by a qualified
hi. It a rabbi's name
appears on merchandise and the
:n is unknown to the individual.
ibinical Council members will
furflish proper information con-
i ning the article and the person
'All hotel and restaurant estab-
nents I r Passover must have
' strictest rabbinic supervision,
I 'h for ko-hering of the premises
actual preparation of the food.
Rabbinical council depi
pie who commercialize on the
fjous holiday of Passover and
, traditional seder services by
. .. : h lood under the dis-
Kosber Style or Tradition-
i Ifeml r- ol the Rabbinical
incil will not endorse an) hotel
her function through
ut the year if they resort to these
+Je*ishnt>r*m9rf_
Z"dQY'Man*.
Pallot is Named Chairman
arts Administration of a certificate I torney and former US
of appreciation to B'nai B'rith inr ^ *** elected vice
ten years of continuous voluntary
service to hospitalized veterans
ac toss the nation featured a week
,nd meeting held in Washington.
i('. at the Statler hotel, of the
U'nai B'rith national service com-
mittee for the Armed Forces and
Veterans.
During its two-day business ses-
sions, E. Albert Pallot, Miami at-
i
Navj |
the B'nai B'rith commit?
mittee member for ten'vem
lot has held a number of 1
positions ,n B'nai B'rith and i,,
an officer of District Five
Campaign Quarters Opened
Official Dade county campaign
headquarters for the candidacy of
Nothan Anderson Miller for Dade
county school superintendent are
now located at 2208 NW 36th st.
Mrs L M. O'Neil. of Hialeah,
has been appointed office manager,'
and plans call for the campaign'
I office to be open daily Monday
Samuel Spitz
AccJ 78. of 1555 Cali, DrfJ
Ml'''"' '" >ed tin, H
March 7th, 1956 H L%
former rendent of Bn,n^
New Jersey and i, .unntit
his wife, K..-. ions, MiinZ
and Abraham: and daujUm
Ethel Merkei and Sylvu p|2
iner; si o Rrandchddrta u&
great erai i hildren. Intcni|B|
place in New Brunnrit
New Jersey.
Home loan bank board. Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation officials and area savings and loan executives
meet at an informal luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Home Loan board chairman Walter McAllister, board mem-
ber Ira Dixon and John A. O'Brien, assistant general manager
of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance *Corporation.
stopped off in Miami for a brief discussion with executives
from 15 of the savings and loan associations of Greater Miami
and the lower East Coast before returning to Washington.
Officials were in Florida attending the U.S. Savings and Loan
League Southeastern Group convention meeting in Boca
Raton. At speakers table (standing left to right) are Joseph
M. Lipton, Florida director of U.S. Savings and Loan League
and president of Dade Federal; O'Brien; Carl Distelhorst.
executive vice president. Florida Savings and Loan League.
Seated are Walter McAllister, chairman. Home Loan Bank
board; George Caster, Zone 1 chairman and president of
Coral Gables Federal; and Dixon.
1956
"Everyman's Income Tax" ]
For Income Tax Returns i
To Be Filed in 1956 j
Pick Up Your Copy or Send 5* in Stamps or Cash to:
FIDELITY TITLE CO.
TOM BlAKf, President
305 Langford Bldg.
Miami, Fit.
unethical practices ol misrepresen-
tation and commercialization of re-
ligion," the statement concluded.
IE INffl... KI SEE IT
Continued from Pg* 4 A
new had occurred over the weekend, which could not be easily
nterpreted by glib-tongued and oil-oriented Herbert Hoover. Jr.. as
being in consonance with American interests abroad.
In the face of these power-bloc shattering incidentswith the
tan -hadow looming ever larger in the Near Eastthe Mordecai
Ml report to the Security Council for the first time assumed the
er>ergent significance which reports of a similar nature had been
;: viously denied.

MR. BEN GURION SPEAKS THE ENRAGED PROPHET
However, on Mar 6. Mr. Ben Gurion spoke. Waving the finger
th I both the I'nited States and Russia would be responsible lor the
ii-pending second round in the Near Bast and that, rest awail. Israel
iid be the victor.
Clearly, there i-. no question as to the truth of his first charge.
r iiallj clearly, a realistic consideration of the facts has brought most
ervers to conclude that his promise- of victory must remain in ex-
treme doubt, Ottioui about the whole matter, however, is that neither
tervation should have been made at a time when the Western powers
re engaged in an embarrassed and tortured reappraisal of their
able that failed.
Perhaps most odious, and also destructive to Israeli statesmanship,
Mr. Ben Gunon's equation of American and Russian outlookan
( aation which not even neutralist Nehru would dare make. But
\ ierican Jewry, of course, said nothing. And the State Department,
angrily whistling in the dark, announced a proposed shipment of 18
planes to Syriahard on the heels of the 18 tanks which arrived in
the hands of the Arabs this week, aboard a Jewish owned merchant
ship.
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FLORIDVfOWER


16. 1956
Ed Essen In
itional Debate
baling team of Coral Gables
Si won th- s>a.o debating
t, a contest sponsored by the
Lilv of Florida. Tournament
fffto Gainesville on Mar. 2
' winning teams were com-
J'rf Richard Emm and Wtl-
i Woodin. as affirmative speak-
, and Janet Reno and Peter
L as negative-*peakers.
[ Werner Dickson. debate coach
[oral Gable- High School, has
U,(ed the team composed of
,,nd Woodin to represent the
0f Florida in the national
school debate tournament
th will be held in Oklahoma
this summer.
tsen was recently voted out-
Rag debater in the University
"iami district debate tourna-
He received the highest in-
1 rating at the state discus-
I tournament held in Gaincs-
lal fall He was elected boys'
. senator at Tallahassee in
1955 and is a member of Na-
gl Forensic League, national
Csociety, at Coral Gables High.
'Mn is affiliated with Hurri-
j AZA and baa served as state
Lral chairman for AZA. He is
cnlly a member <>f the state
j board of director- and is act-
las chairman of the CJA for
|b Florida Council. BBYO. He
leently B'nai B'rith human re-
Sea/ Sale on for Benefit
Of Crippled Children Here
Postman's bags bulged last week-
end with Holiday Seals of the Crip-
pled Children's Society, being del-
ivered to a record 201,000 Dade
county names and residences.
lations chairman for BBYO.
Essen is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Essen, of Coral Gables.
Crockett to Head
Advertising Club
William M. Crockett. Jr.. bras been
elected president of the Adv.n,-
mg club of Greater M.ami for the
a.miiiK year. He succeeds Loi>
('await Tanner, first woman to
have held the past.
Other officers named include
Paul Grcenaway, Florida Power &
Light Co., first vice president;
Samuel B. Crispin, Grant Advertis-
ing, second vice president; Rich-
ard K. Hinman. Ittnman Photogra-
phy, secretary and fourth district
director; and Charles Whitebrook,
treasurer.
Board members will include the
officers, Mrs. Tanner and Jack
Caesar, Webster Outdoor Advertis-
ing; Earl Mason, Miami Beach Sun;
and William Voges, General Adver-
tising Service.
Crockett, director of community
relations for the Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, was Dade county chairman
for National Advertising Week. He
has recently served as publicity
chairman lor the special events
committee of (he Heart Associa-
tion and on the World Brotherhood
dinner committee for the National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
He is also a member of the Traf-
fic club of Greater Miami, the
Greater Miami Purdue Alumni
club, the Miami Theatre Confer-
ence, and the American Christian
Committee for Palestine.
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Supervised for Kashruth by RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
and
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Largest Selection of Traditional
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PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
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KOSHER

P
for
assover
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Supervised by
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Kosher for Passover
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Pcrqe 12 A
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J^oy.MoRfc,
bargtel
itsTft wtttatmm
HtRBtRT SLOVIS
Academy Student
Bar Mitzvah
Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fenaterhein, of 2208 Rodman st.
Hollywood, will become Bar Miti-
vah on Saturday. Mar 17. at the
Hebrew Aca*W Rr>' Alexan-
der S. Gross will officiate
The Bar Mitzvah has been attend-
ing the Academy since September,
1950. He will conduct the Shachrit
and Musaf services and read the
Portion of the Week from the]
Scroll, in addition to the Haftorah.
Lester, who is treasurer of his |
eighth grade graduating class, is,
also a member of the Boy Scout
Troop of Hollywood and a member
nt the Hebrew Academy Choral
Group.
Mr and Mrs. Fcnslcrheim were
active hoard members in Young
brael of Brooklyn, prior to their
arrival in Hollywood. The Fenster-
heim family were founders of the
Yeshiva Torah Vodaeth of Brook-
i\n Mrs Pensterheim la an active
hoard member of Hebrew Academy
Women
Kidduah will follow the services
in the Academy and a reception
Will be held Saturday evening at
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood.
Out-of-town guests will include
Lewis Fensterheim. Long Beach,
N Y uncle of the Bar Mitzvah;
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Leder-
man, Forest Hills, NY., uncle and
aunt.
Norman Sckwarii Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Norman Alan Schwartz will be- y,
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday (A
Bar Mitzvah Will
Be Feted Sunday
Herbert Nathan Slovis will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, Mar. 17, of Beth
David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will officiate, with Can-
tor William Lipson trendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Slovis, 711 SW
24th rd Miami, and attends sev-
enth grade at Shenandoah Junior \.|,am
High. He is also a student at Beth
David religious school.
Kiddush will follow the service.
SCHWARTZ
(-'">t
Portions f ,he ,JJjP
Norman is ,he ^
Mrs. Murray SchwanP.
Euclid ave Miami Bci
He is an eighth tr*j,.
Beach Junior ,
and attends the rehgjoj
Temple Kmanu-El.
Rabbi I.ehrman's
Family gathering to honor Herbert the Bar Mitzvah wrwM
and his sister, Charlotte, will be based on the Weekly ]
held Sunday afternoon at home. Law.
Leonard Robert, son oi Mrs.
Etta Levy, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El on Saturday, Mar. 17. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Leonard is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach Junior
High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Ariliiup! .
Richard, son of Mrs. Estelle
Benach, 1150 100th St., Miami
Beach, and Ralph Benach, De-
troit, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Mar. 17, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
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Joint Installation Due at Beth Israel
Morris Weinstein. ehairman of
arrangements, announced Wednes-
day that Beth Israel Congregation
will hold a joint installation of of-
ficers, together with its Men's Club,
on Sunday evening. Mar. 18. at the
synagogue building, 711 West 40th
.St.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spiritual
leader, will install Dr. Irwin H.
Makovsky, president; David Gold-
stein, vice president: Dr. Samuel
Wolfe, treasurer; Moses Grund
werg, secretary.
Newly elected trustees of the con-
gregation are S. Bendheim, Murray
Berkowitz. Isadore Friedman, Mar-
tin Genet, Jacob Kaufman, Ivan
Salomon, Jerry Schachter and Mor-
ris Weinstein.
Sol Malter will be installed as
president of the Beth Israel Men's
Club together with Sam Sakols,
vice president; David Goldstein,
treasurer; Nathan Klonsky, secre-
tary; and Daniel Amiel, sergeant-
at-arms. Trustees of the club are
Irving Schwartz, Moses Grundwerg,
Adolph Finkler and Albert Broad!
Morris Weinstein was elected
honorary president of the congre-
gation.
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Ripley, one of the
achers in American
U for more than 25
Z aved in Israel to
, year teaching basket-
1 conducting clinics. En-
-jt of the former Celtic
JJvro, Yale, Columbia
i coach of Notre Dame,
Military Academy
J squads is sponsored
U.S. Committee lor
i Israel.
nan Corporation
ployee Benefits
Irrnan Corporation, <>f II-
frd Fiend:., recently in-
j one of the nn'-t udvanc-
hjee benefit programi to
the industrial horizon.
an? maintains offices at
rd.
tj-ily un lersl iod booklet,
\$ are given detailed in-
iregar(i:ng pay, salary de-
lad winpensation.
Dr. Golden Opens
Miami Offices
Dr. Gary L. Golden, dental sur-
geon, announces the opening of
his office for the practice of gen-
eral dentistry at the Five PoinLs
Miami.
Dr. Golden was relesfjed from
active duty in the United States
army, during which time he served
as dental officer for the Brooke
Army Medical Center, San Am >ni),
Tex.
A graduate of Rutgers Universi-
ty and Georgetown Dental School
in Washington, D.C., Dr. Golden
was dental officer at the District
of Columbia Reformatory at Lor-
ton, Va. He did a post graduate
Oral Surgery internship at the
Harrison H. Martland Medical Cen-
ter in Newark, N.J.
I'ntil the opening of his of'ico
at Five Points Medical bldg.. Dr.
Golden was handling the practice
of Dr. Morton M. Reiss. who was
.incapacitated due to an automo-
bile accident.
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U.S. Government Bars Arms, Forces French to Do Same
Washington
The U.S. Government has not
only denied U.S. jet planes to
Israel but State Department of-
lieials are subtly sabotaging Is-
rael's chances of getting such
planes from France.
Recently France indicated a
watm humanitarian response to
Israel'! military plight. Negotia-
tions were opened to sell Israel
12 new "Mystere IV" jet fighter
planes. The "Mystere IV" is a
Ci mpetent match for Egypt's new
Russian MIC, -
France made known that secre-
cy was required to avoid placing
an unnecessary additional burden
French-Arab relations. The
transaction was kept out of the
-. by the French and Israel
Governments. In due course the
l nited States was officially ad-
\ sed of the pending deal.
Stale Department officials im-
lliately and deliberately leaked
a story to reporters It said, in af-
fect, that the United States was
"urging" France to sell the
planes. The story mentioned the
specific number and type. It was
pointed out that American per
mission was required under
NATO regulations and that this
-vernment approved.
This unexpected support by
the State Department accomplish-
ed its deliberately calculated
purpose. France was embar-
rassed by the publicity Negotia-
tions with Israel became hope-
li -sly complicated.
A French diplomatic source
said American authorities who
publicly 'urged" France to do
what France was already Oil tin-
verge of doing ruined the hither-
to secret negotiations. These
American officials, the French
diplomat said, were "certainly no
friends of Israel."
Once the story was out. Paris
quicklv reacted. The French
stressed thai if the United St)
sincerely wanted Israel to have
the jet fighters, the United State-
produced many more than
France. In fact, the United St
had hundreds of surplus I'W
available The French thought the
United states was trying to eon-
fuse world public opinion on the
Israel arms question and at the
same time pass the buck to
France.
If the United States wanted
France to risk further Arab host
iiity, in the French view, the
State Department should be pre-
pared to aid France in Morocco
and should be prepared to aid
France in North Africa In the
event French sale of planes to
Israel representated a tripartite
decision. France thought the tri-
partite powers should share the
consequences.
One thing was clear. The State
Department's leakage cleverlv
frustrated Israel's immediate
hopes ot Betting the 12 French
fighters. The issue was now in-
volved in broader complexities
What was the motivation'.' A
ON THE
8
0"
State Department SOUPCa explain
ed that America s "best interest
required that Israel be ret used
arms. He alleged that should the
Western nations sell munitions to
Israel the Arabs would enter the A w|pE |S MANY W0MEN. By Doris FkUehm*
New York: Crown Publisher*, Inc. (14)0.
communist embrace But Egypt
has been sleeping with the Com-
munists since last September.
The State Department man also
insisted that Western arms sales
to Israel would jeopardize Arab
Oil He cited dire Arab threats.
The record, however, shows that
the Arabs in 1948 threatened to
deny nil to the West if the United
States recognized Israel But the
Arabs did nothing. When the
German reparations agreement
was pending, the Arabs threaten
I Ui
n Un*n. at,
By HILARY MINDLIN
ALL THE BOOKS on home management, cleaning hints
and child care seem to be written by serene experts who kno \
do two loads of wash, wipe down an eight-room house, ruB J
on the machine, cook three meals and several extra for th,Pai
market, and greet husband and dinner guests with hair ami
unruffled, glamor glistening in every pore. After this terrifviw
of efficiency, an ideal by which every woman is inundated, Mrs
book is like windows thrown open in a stuffy house.
Doris Fleischman Bernays is a woman with many jobs
two happily married daughters, housewife, and wife and busing
ed to boycotl Germany. Again ner of Edward L. Bernays, "U.S. Publicist No. 1." Although*!
thev did nothing. When Burmese top professional and was a virtual pioneer, with her husband
public relations field, she maintains that she, along with most m
come to the all-important job of homemaking as complete and
"Each wife is a score of womenhousekeeper, mother, plumber i
playmate, kept woman and civic asset. If I wanted schooling fori
jobs ... it would take a few lifetimes for lessons in cooking,!
Premier U Nu ignored Arab at-
tempts to prevent his visit to
Israel, his stock actually rose in
Arab capitals
All the perfumes in Arabia ^^ mechanics, j, lg, psycnoloEy child
would not sweeten the atmos-__J;.:_._______;.. l>kn. ..lm... ^.;_i ..:___ .
phere produced by the State De-
partment arms policy. Israel
Nor does Mrs. Bernays subscribe to the theory that shojajaJ
housekeeping are intuitive skills with women. She has many;
tales to prove the opposite view. She has discovered, too. that a!
useful information may be gleaned from domestic conversation I
are few ways more deadly dull. "I asked Madame Pandit what i
Ambassador Abba Eban said "the
people of Nrael believe that the
current arms situation violates
every principle of statesmanship
and morality. We cannot believe
that
friend
our hands held behind our back
while our adversaries make ready-
to strike a blow at our head and
heart."
our areat and chivalrous i in diplomatic circles talk about. 'In Washington0' she askti
b in in* Wi^t want to see 1 'They talk about clolhefi and servants," she said, somewhat h
Jtu 7 w' "What do they talk about in India?' I asked. 'In diplomatic c
SAM'L CARSOy
Can United Nations Really Prevent War in the Middle East?
United Nations
Secretary oi State John Foster
lies still insists that solution
i; the- Middle East pi up
ti the United Nations. Britain's
eign Sec elwyn Lloyd
t the name mind. Both -peak
in terms of I'nited Nations pre-
vention Of war between the Arab
(OS and Nrael That should, in
opinion <>t x.me people in
iflhington and London and
me here, as well- make Israel
feel better. But. somehow. Israel
en to take to th ise
comforting sentiment*. Israel
keeps asking how the I \ could,
i : would, prevent an oulhteak ot
war. Now Mr UN" hunsoJf,
Secretary General Dag Hamnur-
skjold. has virtually said what
Israel ha beei contending right
along: There is no way in which
the ('nited Nation- can prevent
a war
Mr. Hammarskjold was asked
nit prevention of war when he
returned last week from a global
to-ir which had taken him, among
other place-, to Israel's capital
and to the seats of the major
Arab Governments. He answered
that he saw "two lines of preven-
tive action." One of these is cen-
tered about the work of the
I'nited Nations Truce Supervi-
sion Organization, which tries to
keep day-to-day conflicts from
growing into major outbreaks.
The other "preventive' action he
saw as something thai he said he
w hi Id call "midwifery." He talk
ed a good Heal in an effort to de-
fine preventive midwifery. But
it came down to this: The I'nited"
Nations can make "continuous
and intense study' of the prob-
lems separating contenders and
can be "quietly helpful by being
third party with which the two
conflicting parties can discuss
matters "
All ot which is very nice, in-
deed But suppose Kgypt doc n t
want to "discuss matters'" What
if Syria prefers to shoot while
studies continue intensively'' Mr.
Hammarksjold went no further
than "midwiferj
He said other things tJao. He
said that ho could see no UN
that the British notion that it
would help to send military per-
sonnel into the area is out ol the
question right nowsince such
sanction of UN action would
have to come either from the
General Assembly or the Security
Council; and Mr. Hammarksjold
insi-ted he HW no reason for ask-
ing either of these bodies for new
bit
I. 'In diplomatic
'Yes,' She smiled. 'Clothes and servants.'"
On every page of "A Wife is Many Women" are some of t
incisive observations on womanhood to be found in print. Mr-
writes with the whimsy of deep calm and deep honesty. That)
indeed, some household hints scattered about in the course i
thinking, if only by negative example; but mostly there are i
tips on tensionless living, constructed out of the thoughtful atl
a remarkably human woman, stueided here and there with
gleam of a bit of brass.
On "the tyranny of possessions, for instance: "It is amaantl
even essentials can be done without. I spent one summer
every Item in a Sears. Roebuck catalogue. It was lots of fun." Ca|
rapid turnover in theories of child-rearing (and Mr. Bernays i
nephew of Sigmund Freud, by the way): "Everything we did ij|
children was condemned a few years later." On food, "the tyi
tyrants." and its companion dictator, the market, there is solid I
"Never buy fruit with a large pit in it," from the president of a |
company. "The steriliting process cannot penetrate and sh
ci n;. both of consumer weaknesses and shady practices
tailers. 'There is a date line on each can." for instance, "bati
code not meant fer the public." And? on an important rein*
sanctions concerning "the Pales- .^ fl ^ ch jn(0 friend!thipl,
tine question. ., r ., '
.__.... ... ...__, it becomes a burden.
become* a burden."
By no means a feminist. Mrs. Bernays nevertheless has
By ruling out the injection of
military personnel, the Secretary-
General did not please the Brit- sympathetic note for the millions of unhonored and unsung
ish and took an attitude which i By intellectually setting her own house in order, she speaks I
close to Israel's. But Mr. Harfi- fhem. Hurried helpmates, a far cry from the dainty magazin*:
marksjold's arrival at that con- which constantly confront them, will take "Doric' to their heattrt
elusion was from a viewpoint en- tirt-ly different than Israel's, language.
IMVffl MABYKX
ORT is True Powerhouse of a Hew World in the
HERBERT #;. MJ FT
New Danny Kaye Film Pokes Clever Fun
Geneva
They come from Tunis, Morroco. Algiersfrom
sanction for "new duties' to be ghettoswhere only shadows drench the narrow.
given to the members of the IN winding streets They come from the teeming ha-
truce teams. By that, he meant ?aars of Iran. Some are from Romesons of the
Jewish poor. They come from France. England.
Belgium From Israelthey come with zeal for
new challenges to conquer.
To them, ORT is not just a mere name, but the
powerhouse of a new world in the making. To them,
it has become a symbol of hope for many Jews
crushed in spirit and faced with a bleak future.
Hollywood M.G.lf. Producer Sam Bmbaliat T,lls may sound an extravagant claim, but let the
Danny Kaye- The Court Jester" is preparing "Captain Dreyfus." ,ar ha> just been released by the Para- baaed on the French court case of
mount studios. Written, produced the turn of the centurv and a re-
and directed by Norman Panama cent book by Nicholas Halls
and Ifelvin Frank, with crisp lyrics with a screen play by Gore Vidal
and music by Sylvia Fine (Mrs A '.ennan-language "Dreyfus" pic
Kaye, and Sammy Cahn. the opus ture starring Fritz Kortner. mad,. .VI 'RA i..\S\\
shows the whimsical comedian to by producer director Richard 0
his best advantage, singing, danc- wald. and William Dietarle'i "Zola"
ing. fencing and loving, as "the film with Paul Muni and foseeh
liower of knighthood" breaking Schildkraut dealing with the
the power ot a mythological tunt subject, currentIv are being t
in Britain, thereby ridiculing the released throughout the country
multitude of martial historic films *
winch ha- iwept the country like
Seventy six years ago, ORT was a dream of a few
lonely. Russian pioneers who, with great vision,
saw the torment of the economically rootless. To
them, this was no mere exercise in history.
great human problem.
To salvage the unskilled wreckage ot
governments and blind hatred was a SM
which the pioneers of ORT were 1880. the call went out. but was answered"*
a trickle. It takes a long time to renew u
that men once had. A^
But here let us cite fact: li Since that
dreds of thousands of handicralt. '*TJ
agricultural trainees have passed 1*"*"'"]
of ORT. 2) ORT now works in 27 cu"^
dies continents and has emergency
programs in North Africa and Iran^
Dr. Aron Syngalowski. leader of wow.
Union, never tires of hammering this ie.
' Our people are not merely craftsmen-
a mission."
With No Alternative, Israel's Professionals Went on St
re
They struck because the govern
ment
a locus, plague. Here iS costume th(, ene.n .; ,d dw rT
p.cture to end all pictures dealing in-im Z EE? *dr. .*
_ Jerusalem
Early in February, some 8.000 memter of Israels on its word to authorize payment of MP"
Those of us who have forgotten tSSH *")!**\^^r*ih*iJ*,M}*- bu! whichil h* *rn,ed fiVe. T^Sion <*'
to see "The
nstruments, scientific work, professional books and
spectacles -and struck. lecture halls of the Hebrew
with the heroic non.sen.se of medi- Ili^^^wXtSS^S^l^"1^ '"I ,h* Haifa ,ns,,tute "f Technology
va'kn,h,n 'n armour. and by Columbia in England directed T* WSJ* 2* knck,ng at ,he door* hierarchy of the civil service was also*
t\STt ^SJSJUSSL b> and X** "- KerrerS 22fJ ft "? ^- e '" strike but. in a last minute chat*
an exhaustive inquiry into the q,^Tbv,y
salary, by a special committee htad",M,,Thi
man of the Knesset's Finance Commit
hierarchy of the civil service was
sent]
story pulls no punches showing a
midgets who go with him through British command,, .
the thick of battle until final v,c- Ge;maVr;c^m%hTpfpmgPS
' away and hid to dip into their pockets tV*CmM
private phyeicians, and hospitals would admit onlv
tory s theirs.
pied Bordeaux Harbor.
m oecu-
\^*ZZ ?"* The ,awy"s of th Ju*** "hi-
SrcofnstruclnP^L'n "* "" "" """"*
remained at work. m ti*J
The strike had been dreaded fo *""* ^
three years the profeesionals hadj*<
for higher salaries, since the ""tinueo
coat -of living had diaaanashed their res.


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|HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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In It. ESTATE OP
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To -Mi 'redlti rs and All Persona Hav-
Ins Clalma or 1'. iiiamia Against Hald
Estate: '
V- ill, ami eaoh of \"'.i, in. In.i.l.
notified ami required t.. present any
claims ami demands which you, or
cither of you, may have agalnsl the
of MORRIS ROKEN, .1.....a.--.l
late "i I Mile County. Florida, to the
Honorable Obunty Judcei of bade
County, ami file the sami In their >.f-
in the County t'ourtltouse In
County, Floiida. within eight
calendar month* fium tin- date of the
first imbrication hereof. Said claim* t
or
  • ilress of the claimant and to be sworn
    In and lueaenteil i a aforesaid, or
    name will be barred
    Date February 27. A IV I
    HERMAN WK1MA.V.
    A* Admlnlatrator of the
    ..stair of
    MORRIS ItuSF.N, Deceased.
    WKI'MAN WEPMAN
    Attorney* for K*tate
    3/2-3-13-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    1tTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY. No. 187612
    CONCETTA GRACE BLUM, Plaintiff,
    In THSnCOyNTY JUDGES' COURT
    Piomr.? ,r.OR DADE COUNTY.
    rnLR^,D&TAVoyAT N- 37,M
    **M___Hi MI'KI.MAN, I..... |
    Tn ai,NOT,11 e TO CREDITORS
    To Al i redltori and All Person Hav-
    ins ( lainiH or Demandi Agalnat
    nd each ..r yon are hereby
    "iVl'"' "' required In ,.....t any
    i aims and demands whli h
    .'.'' "I V."!'..""" ''' eaalnat the
    ;t SAMIKI. Nflii-.i.MAX. .1.
    I Dade County, M
    in tin Honorable County Judai
    < ounty. and file the sam<
    n.ir offlcea in the Count) Courthouse
    in Dad* County, Florida, within elu'lit
    aar .....nth* from the date ..f the
    flr*t publication hereof, Hald i laimi
    >r demands to ontaln the l.ual ad-
    of the claimant and to be sworn
    nd presented as afon said, or same
    Ti! ,,";'';"","' s"' sv. ii.,, 733.16 of
    the IMS Probate Act
    li.it. February 17. A.D I
    UEl IROE I TALIANOFF,
    As Executor of the Last Will
    .mil Teatamenl oi
    8AMUEL NUDELMAN,
    TM.IAMiKK WALLER. eSqS"^'
    Attorneys for Executor
    t/24 a/2-9-M
    NOTICE
    TO
    or
    DEFEND
    HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    MlD FOR DADE COUNTY,
    IIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36924-B
    i ESTATE oK
    kY S. AI'.KItMAX 1'neaaed
    (NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Creditor! and AM Persona
    fhlms oi Demande Auainst
    butt:
    f, hihi i.i.ii if \..ii are hereby
    and required v. prem-nt any
    ad demanda which you. or
    of >..u. nmv hav.- against the
    i of HARRY s MIKRMAN, de-
    * I >! i 'o int) Florida,
    Hosorable Judaea "f Dade
    J. an.l file thi name In their of-
    [ln the Count; I'.iurthouae In
    [Count) Althln ehtht
    'oatha I...... the date of the
    .mi clalma or
    |al aildresa
    HI urn to
    ild or -.nil.-
    lion 7 13 16 of
    m, >
    r h ;. a 11
    illXXi: III. S VRF.RM \N
    : the Last Will
    ""l T.-i.....i r II VRRY B.
    iBERMAN Is i ..,-. .I.
    TALIANnl-r
    I
    vs.
    THE< 'I ItK I'll M. I '. f. n.laiit.
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    TO: THE< DORE HI.I'M
    1341 Creston Avenue
    rirons. New York
    You are hereb) notified lhal Com-
    plain! For Divorce has been filed
    yon and you are hereby re-
    quired t" aen..... of your An wei
    t.i the Complain! i'-i Divorce on
    Plaintiff's attorney and fli.- tin
    in..) \:i-w i ii the office "f the Clerk
    of the t'trrnli ("..iiit ,.n oi before the
    ::,: d .lay .if March, r.i'.n. otherwise,
    the iiTleni a linn a ..f said Complain! Fur
    Divorce will be taken as confessed
    asalnst yon.
    Dated the ttnd day of February.
    K B. UEATHERMAN,
    flerk of Clrcull t'ourt
    l'.v K. II RICE, JR.,
    (Seal) Deputy t'lerk
    him iROE l TALIANOFF, ESQ.
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
    I 21 :: I-J II ______
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LA W
    NOTICE IS HKRFI-.Y OIVEN thai
    the iimb-islcm d. deairlns to enuags III
    under the fl.-tltlotia nart!
    CENTER CLEANERS mot lncorpor-1
    ..t.ili at 1611 s.W. fth 81 Miami, and
    1114 io Dixie Hlahwnv. Coral Oewlee.-I
    Fla.. Intends t.. rejeister said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida
    WILLIAM II DK'KKO.V
    MAX R. SILVER
    Attornev for William Dii-kaon
    922 Hey bold Hullillns. Miami. ITa.-
    2/24 3/2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
    IN CHANCERY. No. 187959
    cx-IK BROCK. Plaintiff,
    v*.
    TEVI8 ELDON Mitot'K. Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    To: TKVIS ELDON IIIKk'K
    Haltimore Hotel
    Tail la.* Alltel. ,s.
    Ia Ancelcs. I'alifornla
    YOV ARK HEREBY RBQl'IRED to
    aerve copy of yow answer lo the
    Comptainl for Divorce filed herein on
    Plaintiff* attorneys, COCR8HON *
    I INK. 305 Lincoln Road, Miami i.
    Florida, ami to file the original in the
    office of the Clerk of the above Courl
    on oi before the ith da) of Api II
    nth. rvv is.- a default will 1" ntl red
    asain.-t you.
    Dated this .ith dav ... March, 1363.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk "f Court
    l R II RICE, n:
    Deputy Clerk
    II Court Seal)
    :in
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    NO. 1P7379 L
    DH \/IA \l Mi DOWELL, Plaintiff,
    vs.
    WILLIAM K Mi liiiWLLL. Defendant
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO WILLIAM K. M HuWKI.I.
    r"alle Bpt ina;i Hotel
    Castle II..I RprlnCS, Arlxona
    You. william k McDowell,
    are hereby notified that a Hill oi
    t'omplalnl for Divorce has been filed
    against you, and yon are required lo
    ipj ..f your Answer or I'lead-
    ln t.. the HHI of 'Complaint on the
    tiff's Vttorney*, COl'RHHON KINK. KSijS. 60S l.lm-.iin Road, Mi-
    ami Beach, Florida, and file tfcv oria-
    Inal Answer or I'l.-adlns in the office
    "f the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on
    or before the 6th dav of April,
    if you fail tn do bo, Judgment by de-
    fault will be t.ik.-n agalasl yon for
    the relief demanded in the Hill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published Dnce
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLtiKIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
    Floiida. this 7th dav of Man h. A l>
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Clrcull court,
    Pad.- County, Florida
    By it H. RiCE, JR.
    (Circuit Court sisal) Deputy Clerk
    COCR8HON .V IIXK
    Attorney* for Plaintiff
    305 IJncoln Road, Ml.....i Beach, Fla.
    I/sMi;-z3-:iii
    I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    .,.,. NAME LAW
    HEREBY OIVEN that
    r lo i ngage In
    "Mil under th. na mei of
    FOR B ANSWKR1 SO KX -
    km- v S'" U' SKi-ltKTARY
    KH.<>NE SKKX |,K AN8WER-
    sTOD TELKCHfiXK SERVICE,
    r, .J.' ''i'""M: wswkrixi;
    [IK, ,||. i \ TELEPHONE AS-
    KHv|?tRVli'B, ALTi-.lt EOO
    aU.INi, KEKVIt'E, at 1627 Alton
    1 Miami Keaiii. Intend- to regie*
    JI namen with the Clerk Of the
    aiuiurt of Dsde County, Florida.
    R AN8WBR1W. INC
    IJ'v for AppUcanl
    Wdg., Miami, Fla.
    'TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    'lie ,NAME >-AW
    SV' HEREBY C1VKN that
    -,S,'''1 rt'l-lng to engage in
    V:V' tlt'oiiH name of
    ?^ BRI.KERH. at 333
    JTii '" 1!":"h- Intend*
    irciTTt "'""" wl,h ln'- nerk
    v unit of nude Obunty,
    Mn ;;r V",!
    fcitr,!, ^ OIVEN thst
    fc* ZE?\, engage In
    1 tioua narng of
    - M;.., ;' X E. 1st
    P^*Ude 'k "f ,h'
    I }'*" i.nut v, |.*Wirld
    ha
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, deairlng to engage In
    business mill, i the flt.tltlous name of
    CIU'STY VKI.I/iW CAB. at 10t
    N.W. 2.'.th Avenue. Miami. Intends to
    register said name with the clerk of
    the circuit Court of I hide County,
    Florida. ____
    RICHARD KENNEDY
    2/Il_ S/2-9-1K .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI-
    DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 137571
    CARL GREENE, Plaintiff
    vs.
    CONSTANCE OREENB. Defendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    T< CONSTANCE OREENE
    33 Cstawlaea Sfeet
    Mnhonov City, i nna^ Ivanla
    Yni IXJNJtTANOE aRKEXE, are
    required t" < n > cap> of youi
    swer to the P.ill of Complaint foi
    m the Plalntlffa stti
    JOSEPH ROSKNKRANTZ, No One
    - i In Road B lildlng. Miami Ben. h.
    Florida, and file the original In the
    of tin Cleric "f the above
    Court on or before the Itrd daj t>l
    March. 1956. OT i ..mplnnt will be
    taken a* eonfesi .1 '
    DATED tin* L-ist .lay of February.
    1353,
    i: It. LEATHERMAN
    cl.rk of the Circuit Court
    Hv I! II RICR JB.
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    JOSEPH ROSKNKRANTZ, ESQ.
    One Lincoln Road Kulldlng
    Miami Heath, Florida
    3/24 3/2-9-16 ___
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Notice is herkhy oiven that
    the untlendsnetl. deairlng t.. engage in
    business under the fictitious name ..J
    SYLVIA HOTEL, at 267 N. W. lt
    Street. Miami. Florida. Int-nil to reals-
    te, saltl name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court ..f Pad. County. Florloa.
    Fl.i 'HA EICHI.BK
    CHARLES KLEIN. Owner*
    MYERS. HEI.MAX a. KAPLAN
    Attorney* for Applicants
    Sevhuhl Hlllldillg
    1/9-16-23-30 _. _i_i I.SJ
    IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 24376
    RE: ESTATE OF
    i \k i: i- i:i.r. i .. ..-
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is hereby given that I have
    filed iii) final report and petition lor
    Final Discharge s* Admlnjslrstl
    the CHtsle of JAKE FELT, deces:se-1.
    and that on the 17th day of April. 1 ';
    will H|.|.lv to the Honorable V\ '
    Hlanton. Count) Judge ty. norlda, for approval of said linai
    report ami foi cuarge as An-
    tmtrta of the Estate of JAM".
    This 2nd "t March.J'iLrvkms
    HI'IHOeVA I-EL r BTE\ BNS
    MARX
    Attorney for AdmlnistratrU
    J/3-I6-2J-S0 \
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROLATE. No. 36133-B
    In R. ESTATE H-
    WALLACE HHiCS. i ieeea.se l
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All .i'ii i All Persona Hav-
    ing claims in Demands Against Said
    te:
    I 'i i each of v.. i .1 hereby
    notified and required to present any
    clalma and demands which yot I I
    either ..f you, mav hav. again*) the
    estate of \v ALLACE HIOO8, .!
    ad late of Dade County, Florida, to
    lonorabta County Judaea of Dade
    Countv. ami file the aame in their of-
    111 the County CourthBuae In Dade
    Countv, Florida, within eight calendar
    months li.nn the date of the flyst |iiili-
    Hcation hereof. Said claims 01 de-
    mands to contain th. legal addri
    the claimant and to Is- sw.nn to and
    presented as aforesaid, or aame will
    h,. barred. See Section 733.16 of the
    1343 Probsts Act.
    Hate March 8. A.D. 1936.
    ALBERT IIITCHIXSoX.
    A* Executor of the Last Will
    and Testament of
    WALLACE HIOOK. Deceased
    KOVNER & MANXIIEIMER
    120 Lincoln Road
    Miami Heath. Florida
    Attorney* for Exei-utor
    3/16-23-30 4/3__________________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious mil
    CARGO CN LOADING CO, at 309
    professional Rldg.. Miami. Florida.
    intends to register said name with the
    i i.i i, of the circuit court of Dade
    in in' v I- I. l iila
    s||p TAI'BER, Owner
    MILTON A 1 RIEDMAN
    Attorn, v f.H Appllcanl
    Keybold Rldg
    .: 13-23-30 I 3______________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    th.- undi rslgned, di lUrag* In
    I, ,-,i ** mid. r the fli tit n ;"'"'
    l-,:i, ikiRSE TAVERN, nl 133 8 \V.
    :,7-h Av.nue. Miami. Florida, Intend*
    ,,,,,. I n mi.- with the '
    .,f th< i i" till Coi.....f Paiie county,
    1.11.1 .L\X DaOASTRO
    KESsi.ii: a OAR8
    Attorney* foi ApisHcant
    1T--J W Klagler Street
    -. 13-33-30 4/3__________________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OPEN that
    the undersigns-, deaHlng >.....ae In
    o.simss under the fg-tltiou* name of
    SPEEDWAY BAR. t !" Nw _"
    Street, Miami. Floritla. Intend* lo reg-
    Su* aid ..-.me with the '"<,",.,'ta
    Circuit Court of Dade Countv Horlda
    sillRLEY LOREY WINDON. Owner
    KFSSI.KK \- OAKS
    Attornev* Mr AppUi-sut
    17*! W. Klagler Street
    l/16-23-3fl 4/6_______________________
    NOTICE. BY WsUjICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.flCUIT OF
    ri rvRinA IN ANO FOR DADe
    ^Sn't^-In'ShANCERY NO. 133177.
    LOIS PRIVETT. PUIntaff.
    BMjJe W PRIVETT. Defendant.
    T, i /.'.I.I.IK W PRIVETT
    it Washington Ave.
    Patchocue, New York ____
    You are required to.serve a copy ol
    VZ* answer to the Hill of cm|.isin.
    ,r p, n. m, th. p-slptlfTs attorney
    i file th.....urinal answer In the
    off^orihe'clerk Sf th.^rcj. I Court
    rDW,^^The^.se,,.hhe,,^.0offc
    ,, Miami. Fl.iinl... this the
    "^^"l^athkrmax.
    Clerk ef th-' Circuit court,
    8?: JOAN co.RXoYER.
    ,,-in mi Court s. in IH-put) lerk
    II El >M AN
    Attornev for Plaintiff .
    ,lg.. Mian,.. H.-.da
    J 16-23-30 L
    I i.it. 'I
    12th da)
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned desiring to engage in
    buainesa undei the fictitious name ..r
    A HRBNDA CREATION8, al 330 N
    Hi Street, intends to reglstei
    name with the Clei k of the I 'Ii' hi'
    curt of Dade Co iiit v. Florida
    l.otis ZAKARIN
    :o ____
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, deairlng to engi
    business under the flctlt lou
    - U EE-WASH-IT. at 2118 N E.
    See.,],,i we Miami. Florida, Intenda
    slid name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
    Fl.....la.
    ABE YERMt INEK
    MAX n. SILVER
    Attorney foi Abe Y.-rmonek
    332 Sewn.1.1 Building, Miami, Fla.
    2.21 :: 2-8-13
    The local slugger
    drives a baseball
    through your
    picture window.
    Does your Insurance)
    pay far th* damage?
    w me> answer re thit, or
    ny ottfr inturanc qwtion
    NEW BUILDING
    l*lmilalion Key
    5 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMI, new
    2-story bldg., has 12 stores of vari-
    ous sues, restaurant and bar ready
    for lease. Living quarters upstairs.
    490' of U.S. 1 by 120' Seep, rear
    faces paved county road. Plenty
    of parking. Building according to
    Dade County Code, owner neec-
    money, will sacrifice 366,000 wad
    handle, balance at 6*- interest, no
    principal payments the first year.
    .600' OF HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
    by- 120' deep for 368.50 per front
    foot, excellent site for gas station,
    hold balance for investment.
    400' FEET OCEAN FRONTAGE b/
    1250' to highway. Beautiful site
    for motel and homesites. Highest
    'tract ocean frontage on Plantation
    Key, deep water short distanoe out
    Sacrifice 330,000 cash.
    JAMES M. HESS, Realtor
    10503 S. Dixie Highway)
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    a new one. For free
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    n
    j
    Mrs. Hyman Sneid had not seen her sister for 51
    years. She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her
    husband. .
    OriKinally from Vilna, Poland, Lisa spent a good
    deal of time m a German concentration camp dur-
    ing World War II. .
    The reunion took place at Mrs. Simon Strunin's
    dr homo, and you can imagine that Lisa and Rebecca
    had much to talk about since. .
    olans to visit here for about a month. The Strunlns, inci-
    iiv are long time residents of this area. Originally from New
    Simon was in the plumbing business. He and wife Rebecca
    frequent trips to Miami and decided to settle permanently
    *rs ago.
    r Mier party in the Star Island home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
    The New Yorkers have been visiting their sister. Miss Rosalie
    and Mrs. Marian Brisbane, who came from Scotland to be
    hr son-in-law and daughter, the Allen Rosens. .
    Cue'ts at the dinner affair included Polly and Baron do Hirsch
    . Elsie and Leon Robinson and Melvin and Ruth Richardson,
    md Alex's son and daughter-in-law.
    ,.>
    Before returning to New York, Mrs Esther Feuer was recent
    L of honor at a dinner party, with hosts including her sons and
    Wers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fewer, 4460 North Jefferson
    , and" Mr. and Mrs. Norman Feuer, 610 Michigan. .
    |vcatinners don't always have to be coming from out of state
    njoy Miami. Vacationing" for an evening from their North
    d.home recently were Mr. and Mrs. Loojfcsrd Abess, who dined
    Charcoal I'll of the Coconut Grove3pPlayhou.se and then
    klfii a> Beatrice Lillie appeared in one W her final and hilari-
    Iperi'..rmances here. .
    |m. Reuben Horowitz has been entertaining her sister, Mrs.
    y Sharman, of Brooklyn-. .
    Ishe'^ here with her husband and their son, Mark, all stopping
    : Fontainebleau. .
    [While New Yorker Mrs. Mary Bass is guest of her brother and
    ir-in-law. the Alfred Obolers, 4520 Chase ave.. and also in Miami
    i for their annual visit from New York are Mr. and Mrs. Irving
    larptss...
    [They had as their guests at a Patio dinner party last week the
    I Cilltttes, 4585 Nautilus ct., and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Siegel,
    I bland ave.
    |Young Stephen Shore found himself io-the spotlight- at the
    ! of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shore, 5004 North Bay rd .
    i some 300 guests arrived to honor him on the occasion of his
    Jlfitzvah Mar 3. .
    [Pink and white was the theme of the reception, with Mr. and
    , A Hochberg, Stephen's maternal grandparents, coming down
    l New York to attend the reception. .
    [Guests also included Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi and Mrs.
    i Kronish and Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer. Added touch
    [the formal pink dress worn by Mrs. Shore, which carried out
    |theme of the occasion beautifully. *
    [Medical Note^: Friends of Dr. Marcus B. Cirlin were glad to
    that he's back at his 1754 Meridian ave. home following
    tency surgery at ML Sinai. .
    [Hare's been devoting his time to the study of art, doing some
    ing in quieter moments, and he expects to return to these
    Hies as soon as his recuperation permits. .
    [On their annual Miami Beach vacation are Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
    Interesting fact is that she's a practicing dentist, while
    retired from the profession and has also taken up art in a
    "s way. .
    ^Some of Dr. Gerber's paintings have been in exhibitions here.
    W. he received a blue ribbon for art merit at Bath Page
    F' -1.
    [Entertaining his brother's family are the Walter P. Vollwoilers
    ^Visiting Gothamites are the Henry Vollweilers and daughter
    tho expect, to stay here a few weeks. .
    [More About Visitors: Pittsburgh's Mrs. Bon Leventon is house
    Pln it at the home of the Arthur Friedmens in Biscayne
    bVh *nd Mr*- J- Morr, Jacobs, of Corinth. NY., are steady
    ""Wnsitors from their Hibiscus apartment these days. He
    tormerly with the Federal civil service. .
    L" *nd Mr$- s'd Lwis are back this week following a trip of
    [Mexico 5P*nt visiting New Mexico, Los Angeles, Us Vegas
    remain here until after the holidays.
    Is* and Blanche will
    Ell/vr4^ for ,hc,r summer reaort, Duncraggan Inn, Hender-
    [ vt., to prepare for the
    le summer season.
    t*rtf *"d Mrs H,rm" M. Cohen, formerly of St. Paul and
    kbbid"t Beachitea, left Monday for New York and Israel...
    'txnJ. ? Is rabbi emer'tus of Temple Aaron in St. Paul.
    Pect ,0 gone several months.
    Icifc P ****
    Nh ShTPer ?l the Eden Roc wm b* tne sile of a luncneon
    Bear on R- s who have worked so assiduously throughout
    hhpter h B "th pro->octs- Mrs George Baltuch, who heads
    IHondav'f arranged some top Broadway entertainment for
    >te*i jJ2jon- Assisting are Mrs. Benjamin Kimmol and
    'vemn?MmDWomen of the organiiation will see a film Tues-
    i. Prin h David- with the showing by John Feller, of
    ' "-nncipal note will be Mrs. Dorothy KrJeper Fink in a
    *oiT recent tour abroad-
    ** former Miami Beach Housing Authority leader.
    tL Lt/i
    oman s
    "World
    ^^wiislbJEIIiOiciidlilGun
    Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16
    Section B
    Mar. 7 meeting by both Sections here of the
    National Council of Jewish Women in Bis-
    cayne Terrace hotel united the efforts of these
    ladies (left to right): Mrs. Edmund Gamse, in
    charge of decorations; Mrs. Aaron Kanner,
    Section chairman of Thrift Shop; and Mrs.
    Jean C. Lehman, Section president.
    'BE A DOW IS THE THEME OF MIAMI LADIES' GATHERING
    Joint Section Meeting of Council Highlights the Thrift Shop
    "Be a Doll Give Your All to
    Thrift Shop" was the slogan and
    theme for the joint Section meet-
    ing and luncheon held Mar. 7 at
    the Biscayne Terrace hotel by
    Council of Jewish Women.
    Mrs. Jean Lehman, Section presi-.
    dent, conducted a brief meeting in
    ....
    which the slate for the coming
    year's officers was read, and the
    report given on Thrift Shop's suc-
    cessful season. Proceeds from
    Thrift Shop are used in Council's
    project for pre-school blind chil-
    dren and other worthy commit-
    ments.
    Highlight of the afternoon pro-
    gram was a skit entitled "The Big
    Pay-Off," in which members of
    the organization modeled fash-
    ions "circa 1910." and contestants
    vied with one another to win cos-
    tumes.
    Program chairmen Mrs. Sam
    Kohlenberg and Mrs. Louis Spector
    planned the day's fun together
    with Mrs. Edmund Gamse, who
    executed the table decorations.
    Chairman of the day was Mrs. Aar-
    on Kanner, Section head of Thrift
    Shop.
    1 Mrs Robert Smith (left), president, and Mrs. Nathan Zwitman
    tfqht). first vice president of Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae As-
    sStion of Miami, present a plastic heart model to Mrs^
    Donald L. Padgett, chairman of lay education of the Heart
    Association of Greater Miami. Heart model will be awarded
    by the Heart Association to the winner of their annual school
    education contest.
    Founder's Day for
    DPhiE Alumnae
    Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae As-
    sociation of Greater Miami will
    mark the sorority's Founder's Day
    with a luncheon and fashion show
    at the Algiers hotel on Saturday,
    Mar. 17.
    Some 300 women are expected
    to attend the stellar event, which
    will feature a fashion show by
    Franklin Simon, with actives of
    Omega chapter at the University
    of Miami, and alumnae participat-
    ing.
    Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
    Louis Baron, 1825 Bay dr., with
    Mrs. Wilbur Wishner, 810 NW 84th
    ter., chairing the fashion event.
    Unique feature of the luncheon
    will be the presentation of a plastic
    heart model for education pur-
    poses to the Heart Fund Associa-
    tion of Greater Miami.
    The model will later be given to
    a local high school.


    Page 2 B
    Jewish ncrktk*n_
    _ Friday M^fl
    &4Lout your Special \fasH>rit*s
    Vichyschav is an unusually fine potato-schav combined in
    cood. thick sweet or sour cream. Made with jarred Rokeach
    cream-style Schav, it's a filling but cool and refreshing soup
    to start a dairy or fish meal.
    New Passover Ideas from Rokeach
    Enhance Traditional Menu Effects
    Leek fer the
    Milkboy on
    the box and
    wropper
    MILKBOY
    is made in Switzerland
    that genuine imported
    Swiss Gruyere jusf right for
    the
    YIDDISHEN
    GESHMAK
    Passover's tho time for tradition-
    i ,1! foods, it's true, but what modern
    Jewish American home-maker
    doesn't like to add .1 new and extra-
    special touch to her favorite old
    i ver recipes?
    Here arc some exciting new
    with Passover ready-to-serve
    foods, which come from the Test
    Kitchens oi I Rokeach & Sons,
    inc. manufacturers since 1870 of
    kosher food and household prod-
    ucts This company has 86 strictI;,
    kosher for Passover items available
    this year including Cream Style
    Schav, Chicken Soup v itb IfatXO
    Balls, Gefillte Pish m Redi-Jelled
    Broth, and i most versatiU romato
    Sauce with Muahroon
    hay Ls v... m the tender
    :, leaves of the Sorrel plant, an
    h. ii. oi the buckwheat iaaily,
    .pp the erron Sfcrrel learves,
    afso known as Sour Crass, is com-
    monlj cooked as a vegetable,
    i salads, or pureed In soaps, in
    combination with i| In ich, tai
    or barley. Native Men Englanders
    arc known to gather Sorrel h
    at fir>t signs oi -pring to cook as
    table, while Indian Sorrel, a
    variety grown in the Tropics, i-
    commonly used to flavor Jellies
    and to make cooling drink-.
    VICHYSCHAV
    l cup sliced potatoes
    1 jar (23 fluid OXS Rokeach Cream-
    Si vie Schav
    2 to 4 tablespoons sweet or sour;
    cream
    Garnish of chopped chives, sliced '
    cucumber or paprika
    Cook potatoes, drain and beat
    thoroughly until smooth. Slowly '
    ' beat in schav. blending well. Stir ',
    j in 2 to 4 tablespoons of sour cream.
    according to taste. Chill thorough- |
    ly. Juri before serving. garni>h
    with chopped chives, thinly sliced
    cucumbers, or a dash of paprika.
    Make- 6 servings
    BAKED FISHBURGERS
    1 il lb i jar Rokeach Gefillte Fish
    in Redi-Jelled Rroth
    1 (in Rokeach Tomato Sauce With '
    Mushrooms
    2 malaos
    Pram GefilHe Pith, reserving
    broth Mash fi.-h and carrots. Add j
    1 table-poon of the Redi-Jelled
    Broth Combine remaining broth
    with Tomato Sauce With Mush-
    , m- Pour into well-greased
    square baking pan 8x8x2 inches]
    (ill each matzo into quarters.
    Spread halt ol the matzo pieces
    with flak mixture. Top with re-;
    maining mat/" glee to make 4,
    "sandwiches." Place in sauce in
    baking dish. Make' in a mod.
    oven (350 F.) 20 minutes. Serve
    hoi with a green salad, if desired.
    Makes 4 servings
    ** i3 thv DLM '
    calorie
    conscio,
    A NEW EDITION OF
    THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR
    HEBREW-ENGLISH
    CALENDAR!
    IT'S FREE FOR OUR
    READERS!
    All dates up to Rosh Hosh-
    anah in 1958,'
    for
    ot youi dairy mealj
    and supper spreads
    the perfect treal
    'ice-box goniffs".
    Here it isMilkboy! Not just Gruyere,
    but the very finest there is, fr.sr.
    mode in Switzerland ond imported
    by Borden to please .the Yiddishen
    loom. Keep Milkboy Brand handy
    so delicious, nourishing and eo:y
    lo serve with soups, salads, in sond-
    wKKos, end (or betweenmeol snacks.
    And, of course, a terrific treat (or ice-
    box goni(s. Get Milkboy ot your
    grocer's todoyl
    AH Hebrew and English date*
    from 1931 lo 1958. All Jewish
    holidays up to 1M7.
    A 'new edition hut rome off the plvw
    of Ihttt-YaeU Hebrew.Enfli.h Calender
    thai h. Iiawn M valuable to hundreda
    of thuioamla of Jewish familiei. This
    new ,!,tion. like ell the othera. It frea
    to our readers. For your copy, juel
    _wite a letter or poet-raid to:
    H. J. HIINI CO.. Dept J|
    f IM.b.rg* 30. Pa. ,
    LOOK FOR IT ON THE
    PACKAGES YOU BUY
    These Products hove
    Rabbinical Supervision
    rv nog) ins
    KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
    Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen
    II SI I II
    TETLIY TEA
    IN A GLASS
    That's the fine old Jewish way to
    enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea...
    richer in taste...served in a glass or cup
    Distributed by (fie
    BORDEN CHEESE COMPANY
    1837
    U* Cilorit-lnM
    ^"'" siB,
    '" Perfect Sea,'f
    Sugorne
    i i Guor<",'MdNc..f-
    AT FOOD & DRUG ST0*ttry7
    PASSOVER TREATS
    FOR THE YOUNGSTERS!!
    n
    . r
    EGG K1CHE
    Delicate, melt -in -your mouth]
    cookies ... light and delicious!'!
    I BOTH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER !|
    BOTH PARVE! _________
    Chocolate Coated
    EGG MATZOH!
    Our own famous I
    egg matzob
    coated with rick
    chocolate-
    3 tempting,
    delightful
    delicacy!
    HOROWITZ-MARGARETENi
    Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC.
    14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FU. PHO* HI
    Good Any Time!
    p
    Guaranteed Kosher-
    Robbi Jacob Cotter.
    PICKIED, COOKED and SMOKED MEAT PRONGS
    nausfvc dist*ibutok$ of w sovih -
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    855 BWCAYftt ST., MIAMI BEACH
    HERMAN PEARl
    PHONES: "'ZZ
    tki**\


    March
    16, 1956
    +Jt~Ut ncrMietn
    feminine fair: \^Jn the ovnetront
    Delegate Decisions
    To be Based Upon
    Opinions Here |
    Delegates to state and national
    'conventions from the league of I
    Women Voters of Miami Beach in i
    April and May will be guided by i
    opinions expressed by members at
    this month's unit meetings. To be
    considered by the local diarussion
    groups are the proposed state cur-
    rent agenda and the second round
    of national program suggestions.
    An evening unit will be added
    to th" Bchedule this month for the
    convenience of professional women
    and mother1- of small children. Mrs.
    Julius Breitier, 8819 Alton rd.will
    he ho 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
    Mar. 20. Other units will meet .it
    the home of Mrs. Peter Lawson,
    7227 Bay dr.. at 1 p.m.. on Friday.
    Mar. 16. and at the home of Mrs.
    Harry Zukernick, 3134 Sheridan
    Constitutional revision is the
    ave., at 10 a.m.. Monday morning,
    Mar. 19.
    __________ Page 'J
    first item on the proposed state
    program. Complementing a pro
    posed national item in the same,
    field, a suggested item on conscr
    vation of resources will also be d:-
    cussed. The national program i-
    scheduled to concern itself with ii
    dividual liberty in a continuation
    of League's present interest in that
    field.
    MATZOS, MATZO PRODUCTS, COFFEE, NUTS in fact
    the Finest Kosher Passover Wines, Imported and Domestic
    YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
    may be obtained at the
    R 0 S E D A L E
    170 N.W. FIFTH STREET
    PHONE 9-7996
    inited Order of True Sisters, Miami 43, and the Greater Miami
    Circle, are sponsoring and equipping the Isotope Laboratory
    |t Mount Sinai hospital. On hand to dedicate the plaque for
    h laboratory are (left to right) Mrs. Malcolm Roth, president
    it the Miami 43 lodge; Mrs. Henry Scisorek, cancer chairman
    L |he Greaicr Miami area; and Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, presi-
    of the Greater Miami Circle. The Order has also pur- Second Seder Scheduled
    based a new Jordan radiation survey meter for the Isotope
    aboratory and presented Mount Sinai with a $500 check
    yard this year's costs for isotope treatment of indigent pa-
    HAROLD FONT IRVIN GG2D0N
    FREE DIM MY ON ALL ORDERS Of $10.00 Oft MORE
    Banr^BBameaDamraaBasKk ^

    ents.
    Beth David Congregation will
    eonduct a congregational second
    seder on Tuesday evening, Mar. 27.
    in the auditorium. Rabbi Yaakov
    G. Rosenberg will officiate.
    MOOT
    is
    .
    fists' Wives Will
    e Fashion Show;
    lael to Benefit-
    I trill be the theme of the
    hi.. tea and l>encft
    k hy the Alpha Omega
    iiiliarj
    Proceeds of thi- fund-raising af-
    1 will be donated to the Israeli
    ntal school. '. ill begin
    1:30. at the v i< rs hotel, Tws-
    | 20.
    Member ol the auxiliary, which
    ite entirely I dentists' wives.
    mudel clothes from Small's
    I Miami Beach, with hair styles
    IJ. Baku
    Dr. Louis Galen, past national
    pident of Alph.i Omega dental
    lenity, will be guest speaker.
    Ralph Leidner and Mrs.
    tic- Alenier are co-chairmen of
    tffiair. In charge of tickets is
    ' Aired Feinglass.
    Royal Hungarian*)^ Restaurant
    For Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Traditional
    CuisineUse Oar Kosher Catering Facilities
    731 WASHIN6T0N AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-5401

    *m

    Kalz's -^3 Restaurant
    Traditional Passover Seders
    Conducted by CANTOR ISRAEL BLOCK
    $12.50 per Person for Both Nights
    $30.00 per Person for I Nights
    For Reservations! Mr. Kotx, JE 1-7235
    500 Collins Avenue
    ii
    Flagler'
    :ked; to be
    Id Wednesday
    Jomens Group of Flagler-Gra-
    * Jewish Community Center
    to go into competition with
    Mrs. America" contest
    >' chose their
    Hm Granada
    thi>
    own "Mrs.
    >t a women's
    W week. Name Of the
    er will be announced Wedmys-
    SONNTAG'S FLAMINGO --~: RESTAURANT
    743 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
    finest in Kosher Cuisine
    BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 26th, 4 P.M.
    We Will Serve Strictly Kosher Passover Dinners
    UNDER SUPBRVISON OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
    Sensible Prices No Reservations Necessary
    Phone JE 1-9952
    Air Conditioned
    Ope*
    Passover
    Week
    Reservations
    Now
    Accepted
    CALL
    . JE 4-2655
    KOSHII IESTAURANT I DELICATESSEN
    DELICIOUS KOSHER L'PESACH DINNERS
    with all the trimmings from $2.25
    1141 WASHtNOTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HALL MIAMI BEACH
    MARGARINE
    Su8nN Were Jud*ed bak-
    Wy and other domestic tal-
    \.m*.were Mrs. Leo Heim
    '.aroM s,r">npf. president of
    Center.
    Pi*mi*m Ne. I
    liasweeNiMet
    1 eetWi
    Um\-Swt*\
    CfcecWete Chipi
    Pabbi Joph E. Rackovsky
    WCHIG*N AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
    ' c*
    *?*
    'A*,
    "m-twttt
    m
    ,H*("
    ceocduft
    rt II*'
    nog^i iniinKS iuo
    Tho only of chocolot. products
    that it Kihr-for-roovor
    Miton* Cetee

    ,*$T*
    *y
    Undor Strict
    Rabbinical
    Supervision
    BAKERS SERVES
    THE JEWISH PUBLIC


    Page 4 B
    **-/*/ fkrkliar
    Fxidc
    City of Hope Party
    Miami chapter of the City of
    Hope will hold a card party Mon-
    day noon at the Alcazar hotel. Mrs,
    |Y. March l6Mg
    Jrah Spuarr pr,-id-^^
    th.s week. Chairmen a* MrsT*
    la Fcidler, Mrs Dorothy Sn. I
    Mrs. Lena Halpem.ySpirtlB*
    Catering to Parties, Bar Mitzvohs
    Weddino. "" Social Otcaiioni
    Mashgiach on Premises
    Free Parking Air Conditioned
    PHONE UN 44043
    New Accepting Reserotia
    for Possover
    For the Finest Dine it
    MICHEjY
    KOSHER RESTAURANT
    Open Dally 4:30 t.y, ^
    940 71st St., Miami Beodi
    NORMANDY ISLE
    Opposite the Fomtaia
    Take L Bus-Direct to Us
    Another important civic defense organization enlists man
    power in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal d^ejew-
    h War Veterans auxiliary groups commence intens.ve re-
    cruitment program for women volunteers in final weeks of the
    drive. Shown meeting with Mrs. Mae Weinstein mght) are
    (left to right) Mrs. Minnie R.bler. junior vice president. Miami
    Beach Auxiliary No. 330; Mrs. Louis Phillips, president,
    ^ontn Bruce B^own Auxiliary No. 174; Mr. Mitche Reiner.
    chairman. Miami Beach Auxiliary No. 330; Mrs. Lester C.
    Soldz. senior vice president. State Departme^o^londa
    "Segregation Theme Of Women's Panel
    An "all-star" panel discussion on
    "YouSouthern Schools and the
    Supreme Court- will feature the
    open meeting "' ,!
    hood of Temple B*'th Sholom on
    Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 21
    Mr>. Leon Kroi ish, pr '-r3m
    Chairman, revealed that the panel
    includes Rev. Wiley Scott.
    Clayton Calhoun and Dr George
    Epley. head of the human relation-
    department of the University of
    Miami.
    Women's Auxiliary of the Com-!
    munity Church ol Miami Beach of
    which Rev. Scott i spiritual leader.
    will be guests ol the Sisterhood.
    Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is presi-
    dent.
    \\ BALANCE'S
    THt fINtST IN
    ITAUANAMtRKAN CUISINt
    Carrying on a tradition in
    Itai.in Food m Neopolit.in Faehion
    in an Old World Setting
    Florentine Bar & Lounge
    167th STREET off COUINS AVINUI
    Open Nightly 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
    Res. Phone 814-9240
    Book Shower by Academy
    ladies at Kogan Home
    Friends and parent* of the
    ebrew Academy -tudents attend-
    ! a hook -hower Tuesday noon.
    Mrs Miriam Pell Solkotf l- pre>i-
    >nt of the PTA. and Mrs. Alexan-
    r Kogan. fir.-t pre-ident ol Room
    >: n Bt her home at
    '22 Royal Palm a\e for this
    frt luncheon and book shower
    4-------------
    C R t T I N C S
    HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON
    GORDON and PONT
    KOSHER CATERERS
    170 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI Ph. 0.79M
    Under the Strictest Saporvisiea af the
    Central Miami Kashrvth Commission
    The Control Miami Kaehruth Commit-
    non wiahet to atate publicly that it
    endoraea only the catering eitabliah-
    ment known ai GOROON and PONT
    and in no way ia thia to be conatrued
    ai an endoreement o< any other plant
    operated by theae men.
    OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS
    BAR MITZVAHS
    SHOW ROOM PARTIES
    I BUSINESS MEETINGS
    Decorated Trayi of Appetizing FoodO
    Delivered to Vour Door or Ready for
    You to Pick Lip and Enjoy for Four
    or More.
    CATERING SERVICE
    from Hora D'Oeuvree to a '
    Complete. Buffet
    Bl A CUiST AT TOUR OWN PARTY !
    HERBIE'S
    OF LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y.
    FEATURING OUR FAMOUS
    INTERNATIONAL MENU
    Chinese Itolion American
    Seafood
    FULL COURSE DINNERS
    (from S to 9.30 p.m.)
    DELIGHTFUL LATE SNACKS -
    LUSCIOUS DESSERTS
    PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M.
    247 23rd St., One Block
    West of Roney Plaza
    PH. JE 8-5191 Free Parkin.
    -V
    Victor Bidonc Restcurcn?
    FRENCH and ITALIAN CUISINE
    1334 lSth STREET
    -!
    RESERVATIONS-CALL JE 1 9169 1 J
    CHINA DOLL
    CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT
    SPtCIAUUNG IN CHINESE FAMILY DINNIRS
    BUSINESS LUNCH................... ..............from 95c
    DINNER ....... S1.85 up
    Orders To Take Out Phone PL 7 7725
    7725 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
    Jersey Charlie's
    RESTAURANT
    SYRIAN AND KOSHER
    FOODS OUR SPECIALTY
    A1! Syrian Postries baked in
    butler on premises. We vtt
    only Prime Kosher Lamb t
    Beef.
    0?l!J 24 HOURS
    "A SANDtViCH TO A BANOUET"
    IS1 Sunny Islss Blvd.
    Ph. 816-9419
    ontainebleau
    u
    fji*%v**b'
    Coffee Shop
    HOTEL
    has added a
    strictly kosher kitchen
    and service to their banquet facilities
    For information call
    Kosher Catering Department
    OK a-aan
    SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.m.
    . Mayflower Lounge
    1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phone JE 4l5||
    PHONE JE 8 5669
    LINCOLN MANOR
    CATERERS
    STRICTLY -r
    RESTAURANT '
    On the Ocas*
    SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER
    from $1.65
    Catering For Ail Occasion*
    AIR CONDITIONED LOWEST POSSIBLE FIXES
    Undtr Rabbinical Superyision of Vd Hakmtkrvtb of Afvdafb Israel
    Rabbi I. N. fver. Director
    Free Parkins on Premises 2 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACN
    Serving Passover Meals
    STAR RESTAURANT
    DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and EISH

    Sawing kUmmktmtt Lmmch Dimmer also a lo Cmrlt
    141 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PH. JE MHM
    Now in Our Thirteenth Year Air Cqpdj&tM*'
    MVWG A PAR7,. At t/AVf: /ft ,- OO,".
    *fROSEDALE
    ' RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN
    '.compute
    170 N.W. FIH SfKEfcF
    r-.
    (.
    Kosher Style j
    Private Din*| I
    Air CeeditiajH
    Free Porklgj
    ml*_
    . Meetings^.
    *4th AND COLLINS AVE.
    catering
    perfection
    Weddings Receptions
    Luncheons ond All Private Porties
    BISCAYNE
    imDiW
    . s
    m WVWJX) HOTEl
    'Miami'8 Only New BayfrontHm
    / Private Rooms Seating from 10 to 50n
    CHARLES MAY..."Still Your Host" 9-37^
    ^ ~
    340 BISCAtNE BOULEVARD
    >
    BEEF
    and BIRD
    Ymmr Hosts Veer 'Round *****
    Joe Cohen & Manny Smith
    Ifffell
    BEEF and BIRD
    Per the entire Family .
    A SaUttion for Ewn**
    $3.95 eae Hk**
    SllQUA Go4&
    4
    Good Food
    Miami Bct


    day. March_16- 1956
    -Jewislirivrldlfon
    Woman Makes Gift T
    Of Torah to Anshe
    Ernes Congregation j
    ation ArHhe FW, *n,i ?
    Page 5B
    Ramaz Hotel
    146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
    1
    Or Zer Kogan, director of the Jewish National Fund Southeast
    was guest speaker at a luncheon sponsored last week
    . Tcrmara chapter. Mizrachi Women. Meeting was at the
    Pinetree dr. home of Mrs. I. Yulish (right). Mrs. Alfred Stone.
    ITamara chapter president, looks on._______________________
    imanu-EI Ladies In Garden Party
    Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, gram will be the presentation of
    i. _'_ h.iuIah nai^ir" o PaccmrAl1 r\lmrlo# *tr*rl r r\ **.*-o r*
    ,., hold a ">prin!! garden party
    honor of Paw>ver on Wednes-
    y, Mar. 21. at the home of Mrs.
    i Wtlsey. 4245 Alton rd., accord-
    I to Mrs Irving Cypen, Sister-
    I president
    | Highlighting the afternoon's pro-
    a Passover playlet and a message
    by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Vocal
    selections are by Lillian Zahn.
    Mrs. Jules Charming is program
    chairman. Mrs. Alfred Stone,
    chairman of the day, is in charge
    of arrangements.
    /JJauovex. <=>ci
    9*WH.
    MONDAY and TUESDAY
    MARCH 26-27
    RESERVE IMMEDIATELY! 1
    WILL OFFICIATE
    12M West Avenue, Miowi leech
    TEMPLE
    Phone JI I 3371 Jl 1052
    ONC MOTMKR TILLS ANOTHER! ._____
    It's the REAL gefilte fish
    with the dear golden broth
    that jells
    OLD FASHIONED
    GEFILTE
    FISH
    Made with more of the
    choicest whitefish
    The clear golden broth gives
    you a quick, pure, Mtwal
    jell from the fish itself
    Ready to serve-not or cold
    **m
    . :
    PAftCVf
    nation An*t\o Rnv
    rhowl w.'l h*> Joint ..,
    s.vum Hytr (fl^lenlnE. \WmWl
    Mar. 18. at Zamor;, Jewish O nti-r f
    Zamora piritual leader Rabbi
    R. Leon Ffarwlti will deliver the I
    dedicatory address. ?
    The Scroll of Law is Heine pre- \
    tented to Congregation Anshe *
    Eme9 by Mr-. Annie Silhorman. ol
    NlBW Y"rk City. She is the mother
    nf An he Eree president Maxwell
    Si'he-man. 2000 SW 23rd ave.,
    Miami.
    Mrs. Silberman has boon a mem-
    ber of ConeregatiOB of the Cities
    Senicr Wilna in New York for
    over 50 years, where her son was
    Bar Mitzvah 50 years ago.
    Site of the synagogue was at
    Madison and Montgomery sts.. on
    the Lower East side, which has
    since given way to a modern hous-
    ine project.
    The Torah to be dedicated Mar.
    18 is a gift to Anshe Ernes in Miami
    from the New York citv convoca-
    tionall arranged by Mrs. Silber-
    man.
    In .charge of Ladies' Auxiliary
    arrangements for the evening af-
    fair at Zamora Jewish Center is
    Mrs. Maxwell Silberman, president.
    Assisting will be the Mesdames
    Jacob Plavin. Jack Horowitz. Harrv
    Noodelman. Nathan Prost, Al Gold-
    ner and Julius Glassberg.
    Assisting in arrangements for
    men are Harry Noodelman, Nathan
    Prost, Samuel Cohen, Jack Horow-
    itz, Irving Sacks. Max Rothbeind,
    Joseph Pincus, Silberman and Ja-
    cob Plavin, Ashe Ernes vice presi-
    dent.
    Zamora Cantor- Rudolph Brill
    will render musical nortions of the
    liturgy. Miss Barbara Turoff,
    daughter of the Abe Turoffs. 911*.
    Michigan ave., Miami Beach, will
    offer an essay, "The Torah."
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    at the Algiers hotel. A summary
    of the auxiliary's participation in
    the CJA "Luncheon Limited" will
    be given.
    Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
    chairman, is planning an entertain-
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    Plans for the annual donor
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    ^j^isjhppdsUan
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    Many Social Events Will Honor Couple's Golden Ann
    ' -i qm hihIi cm Saturday rvpnino Slrnn ...! r<._.
    Ill
    The 50th wedding anniversary of
    Mr and Mrs. Saul Edelman, 12i6
    Wallace -i Coral Cable-, formed.
    Of Cleveland, will be celebrated
    with a number of events in their
    honor.
    On Friday evening. Mar. 23. at
    the Coral Gables Jewish (enter.
    Iln Edtlmu ta blcss ,hc can"
    She will be assisted by her
    wedding bridesmaid. Mrs Ben
    Kaufman, <>f Shaker Height I, 0.
    An Oneg Shabbath tor 400 lOtata
    Will follow the -ervice in their
    honor at which time they will cut
    their uolden anniversary wedding
    cake.
    Their sons, Byron and Elton, will
    entertain with a reception for some
    200 guests on Saturday evening.! Skop and Cantor irvin.
    Mar 24, at the Edelman honu-. |WU officiate Their sons
    On Sunday. Mai-. 23, which is the cnt*rt*in '" their pareDls.
    Edelman golden anniversary day. TrrL^T^T al e
    ^'.dor room of the Hnti c
    the bridal couple will be remained | m, and Mrs ^J1 **'
    !#. (kf PI -I
    in their home with the
    family attending. Rabbi
    immediate : dents of Cleveland for 47?
    Morris A. til moving to coral Gables'
    Sisterhood Will Present Passover Program Tuesday
    MataatuMul of Kneseth Israel evening, Mar. 20.
    Dessert luncheon and ei
    was held by Sisterhood
    in the social hall of the syi
    Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel
    Congragation will present a Pase-
    over program in the form of a play-
    I'he Hour Has Come."' in which
    members of Sisterhood will parti-
    (ipate together wrth Cantor Abra-
    ham Seif.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will speak
    on "The Significance of the Rituals
    Associated with Passover." Pro-
    gram will be presented on Tuesday
    Mrs. Wolf Sirot was chid
    AUGUST BROS,
    l* the BEST '
    Art by Mrs. Morris Skop, wife of Coral Gables Jewish Center
    spiritual leader Rabbi Morris Skop, will be featured at a
    meeting of Sisterhood Wednesday evening at the Center.
    ?4rs. Alfred Reich. Sisterhood president (left), is shown view-
    ng "Passover Still Life" with the artist. Program chairman
    will be Mrs. Jack Somberg.
    AN UNUSUAL COLLECTION Of PLATES
    cormery of Shanghai, She Collects Art
    Miami resident Hn Bronia Barbash. of 1900 SW 9th st ia in the
    fortunate position of owning an unusual collection of art.
    Formerly of Shanghai China, where with her late kusband she was
    ed in business, Mr< Barba-h is now retired. But her interest in
    h is led to the collection of some 17 plataa,
    Yes. platesbut with a twist Made of imported French porcelain,
    Lhej are hand-painted and engraved by Stephen Bram. of Chicago, a
    tnend of .Mrs. Barbash's brother. I.azaar Oukeneff. also a Chicago resi
    dent.
    Mrs. Barbash explains that Bram is a civil engineer, but his unusual
    talents led him into engraving plates with scenes pertaining to great
    Biblical themes.
    Some of the from Egypt, the conquest oi Canaan, Canaan settled, the Maccabee
    dynasty, Herodian dynasty and the first and second Jewish wars.
    According to Mrs. Barbash. many persons notable in industry, art,
    il politics already own Bram plates But she thinks she is
    unique In this respect so tar as Miami goes. And, for this reason, she
    - an exhibition of the plates sometime in the near future.
    FOR WELCOME PASSOVER GIFTS
    North Shore Sisterhood Eyes
    Winding up main events on the
    \ rth Shore Jewish
    erhood is the an-
    journal-dinner dance I 1 be
    1 i .in
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    which a complete section of the
    Ronda room will be reserved
    and the entire night club revue
    presented.
    Sisterhood will meei Tuesday I
    evening, Mar. 20.
    Highlight win ne a white ele-
    phant 1 under the
    ky.
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    ***%il tk*icJMr*r
    # Women's Cwnci to from Israel Official
    W,' S5(i "' Women er Miami Council of Pioneer Worn- office of infnrm,t,n ,
    Page 7B
    i.....-
    er, Coral Ga- donor dinner on Sund in evening,
    Organizations' 16th annual
    lb. Kadima
    and Tikva dub w.l
    L, Ra,il Harmon, vice consul of
    tSewVorl relate hi, tfH
    Mar. 18, in the Dil.ido h rtel.
    Mr. Harmon has serv officer with the United Nations
    in iM v. -------....."
    the Vmcncan Uuccsupervwjon.o^nwaiioa He
    ,cmenLs through held the rank of lieutenant colonol
    :c.3tcr' ition, Moetzct in the Israeli armed forces
    jneer S
    er orga
    Lio. the world
    incil in l~r;"
    women twined simultaneously as military
    | governor of the Negev and senior
    hni'll in imi" "~' -- "vim/i
    r Harmon. who has wide rane Israeli delegate to the Israel-Egypt
    LormiH of service to Israel, mixed armistice commission. In
    begiiesl speaker ;H the Croat-11955 Mr. Harmon joined the breel
    Leaders Get Chen Charms
    40 Greater Miami
    en who sold or purchased at
    loniei;
    lore than 40 Greater Miami
    rage
    Harry Spivack, Sam Sklar, Joseph
    Weisburger, Max Weitz, Ida Wes-
    ,5O0 in Israel Bonds in 1955 sl. Samuel ^eisabuch. Sam H.
    *'3UOin ... Rost. Jack Carner. Max Orovitz,
    receive their initial or addi- Dan R Ruskin Car, Weinkle Wil.
    Chen Charms at the Bonds |jam Bornstein, David Provus, Hen-
    brunch scheduled Apr. 5 ry Seitlin. Isaac Katz and Samuel
    Zitner.
    Mrs. Max Weitz, program chair-
    man, said the Bonds Voyage will
    involve active participation of all
    local organizations of Hadavsah,
    Pioneer Women, Mizrachi and oth-
    er groups desiring to lend maxi-
    mum aid to Israel in "her gravest
    crisis.
    office of Information m New York.
    Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on
    in- recent trip to Israel.
    Mr- Fred Sandier, membership
    chairmen, Will present a chapter to
    the newly formed Tikva club, or-
    ganized by Mrs, .Morn- Seeman.
    Vocal selections of popular folk
    songs by Mrs. Jack Donnerstau Will
    highlight the entertainment. Her
    .'ccompanist will be Anyuta Hell
    cov.
    The presentation of colors will
    be conducted by the Norman
    Bruce Brown Pct | .Jewish War
    Veterans, with Capt. Sidney Horn
    , commanding.
    Mrs. Abe Seltzer, vice president
    I and Moetzet Hapoalot chairman of
    j the Greater Miami council, will be
    I toastmaster. Mrs. Moses Meyer,
    j council cultural chairman, will del-
    iver the invocation.
    All proceeds go to the Moetzet
    Hapoalot, Israel's counterpart of j
    Pioneer Women.
    *
    Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president of
    Club II, announced that a bon
    voyage luncheon was held Tuesday
    at the Star restaurant for Mrs.
    Jacob Cosow, vice president, who
    will sail for Israel at the end of
    the month.
    "T' -r
    MM. (XAVCtS RUBIN
    J Mrs. Samuel
    plknis, co-chairmen for the
    division with lira. Harry
    off, will be bid farewell at
    | noon meet
    Sen Chen charm sy mbolizes the
    ! or purchase of at least $200
    IState of Israel Bonds, Each
    pm fefcresenl one of the 12
    > of Israel, and a full bracelet
    |12 Chen charms designates a
    nan who has bought or sold at
    It $30,000 in bonds.
    Irs. Frances Kubin, honorary
    |udent of Temple Emanu-El
    lerhood. who i been a Trus-
    of Israel for three successive
    k will become the first local
    per to receive a complete brace-
    coclisting of all 12 Chen
    Hhers receiving charms at the
    pting. which will kick off the
    men's division campaign for
    as announced by chairman
    pa Brenner Meyers, include the
    dames Samuel Blank. Jack A.
    Fr. Jack Bernstein, Nathan
    fspai. David Denncr, Jacob
    pan. Ifayshie Friedberg, Louis
    ~*t, Samuel Fricdland, I. E.
    ."Jan. Miss Lilham Goodman,
    Mesdamcs Isidore Hecht, Anna
    f llir>chman. M. B. Kahn.
    Pesdames Frieda Kalstein, Sam-
    Iwp. Abraham Kasow, Philip
    p Joseph Kranu. Henry Lieb-
    > Anna Brenner Meyers, jo-
    i Mmtzes Harrj ,,|.,t()ff Miriam
    J Joseph Itambam, Esther
    bfl- Rse Landau Simpson.
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    "Curtain Time" draws near for Beth David musical extrava-
    ganza scheduled Apr. 8 and 9 at Shenandoah Junior High
    School auditorium. Trixie Levin (center) is author and di-
    rector of the play. Left is Mrs. Max Jacobson. choreographer,
    while show chairman Mrs. Louis Rosenson looke on.
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    >j&dstltegB*iL
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    Miss Cohen's Fiance
    Is David WilUaffer
    Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen, of
    the Westover Arms hotel. Miami
    Beach, announce the engagement
    of their daughter. Arlene. to David
    Chick Willinger, son of Mr. anc
    Mrs. Israel Willinger, Montreal
    Canada.
    The bride-elect is a graduate of
    the Normandy School and Walsh
    Business School.
    Mr. Willinger is a graduate of
    the Baron Byng High School oi
    Montreal. He served with the 101st
    air borne division of the Unite*
    States Army and is now residing
    in Miami Beach.
    No definite date has been se
    for the wedding.
    Miss Masarek Plans
    For August Rites
    Dolores Carol Masarek and Paul
    Hirschberger, who met at a Temple
    Israel Young Adult meeting, are
    planning their wedding for next
    August.
    The bride-elect is daughter of
    Mr. and lira. Jew Masarek, 34. N\v
    117th st. She formerly lived in the
    Bronx. NY., and attended high
    school there.
    Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Isadora Hirschberger. J a c k > o n
    Heights, n.y.. now lives at 24
    Zamora ave.. Coral Gables. H
    tended high school in Brooklyn
    and was in the Coast Guard three
    years. He Is associated with a farm
    products company.
    titfmfoted
    Ar ilnmi'r
    miss mam contn
    Siegel, Slome
    At Home on Beach
    Alter a honeymoon in Nassau,
    Mr and Mr-. Arnold Slome are at
    home at 2021 North Meridian ave.
    They were married Fun 4 in Tom-
    pie Israel, with Rabbi Joseph
    Narof officiating
    Mrs. Slome. the former Arlyne
    Sii -!. i- the daughter oi Mr. and
    Mrs. Samuel Siegel, 2010 Prairie
    ave. She l- a teacher at Central
    Beach Elementary School.
    Mr Slome is an attorney on
    Miami Beach. His parent* are Mr.
    and Mrs, Nathan Slome. 1606 Penn-
    sylvania ave.
    ,. ,i- n. V
    MM. WIUIAM TREITMAN
    CIONHJ
    Est. 1924
    if WISH CAMP or
    S.ime Ownership Since 1946
    Camp Osceoia
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    Riding Private Lake All Lar.d and Water Sporti
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    MISS DOIOKIS MASAKIK
    Leila Waldman Weds
    Howard Treitman
    Waldmans Crown hotel. Miami
    Beach, her fathers hotel, is where
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waldman
    gave their daughter. Leila, in mar-
    riage to Howard Treitman. son of
    Mr. William Treitman and the late
    Mrs. Treitman. of Brooklyn. N.Y.
    The wedding took place in the
    Lord Balfour room on Sunday.
    Mar 11. and was attended by over
    300 friends and relatives of Miami
    and Miami Beach.
    The bride wore a white nylon
    tulle dress, with bodice of hand-
    clipped Alencon lace, appliqued of
    lace and pearls, which extended
    into a cathedral train. The bridal
    fOWB of seed pearls and seouins
    held her veil of silk illusion. White
    orchids and lily-of-the-valley on a
    white confirmation Bible made up
    the bridal bouquet.
    Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch was her
    siater'a matron of honor. Miss Na-
    omi Treitman. sister of the groom,
    was maid of honor. Niece of the
    bride. Robin Ann Berkowitz. was
    flower girl and Avrum Berkowitz,
    her nephew, was ring bearer.
    Best man for Mi lister WM Mor-
    ris Waldman. In the wedding pro-
    cession were ten ushers
    After a honeymoon trip to Nas-
    sau, the couple will make their
    home at 2502 Prairie ave Miami
    Beach.
    tmanu-tl in Radio Program
    With Student Participation
    Religious school Of Temple
    Fmanu-KI will present a radio
    broadcast, "The Adventures of an
    Afikomen." on Sunday morning.
    Mar 18. 9:15 a.m.. over station
    i WIOD. according to Saul Rabin,
    educational director.
    Playlet is under the direction of
    Mrs. Trixie Levin, dramatics in-
    structor. Musical accompaniment
    is by Joseph Schreibman. Partici-
    pants will be Pamela Greene,
    Marsha Classman, Karen Lytton.
    Howard Hirschfield. Charles Hom-
    er. Alan Kurzweil. Efrem Leiber
    and Harvey Shapiro.
    ' Good fiews from son Bernard came this week to Mr
    Max Appiebeum. of Miami and New York. Bernle's been
    the Dean's Honor Uat at Pennsylvania State College of Opt
    TheiT first bO*n has arrived to Shirley and Norman Loftr, of
    3rd st. He's Mark Steven, born at Jackson Memorial hospital
    6 Mother's the former Shirley Jacobaon, whose parents a i
    Irving Jecobeene, 435 SW 19th rd. Paternal Krandpar,2
    Jack Luoers, of Newark, N.J. Bather is in Miami to welco^'
    grandson. .
    Mrs. Sadie Heifeti, of Chicago, will be visiting her daughter.
    son-in-law. the Charlee R. Jacebeens, at their Venetian causeway
    ment for several months. The Heifeties are close relations 7
    famous violinist, and Jacobean visitors are always assured of i
    anecdotes about the virtuoso. .
    Among little known facts: Jeecha Heifeti is an accompi
    accordionist and composer and can improvise with the "coolest
    in jam sessions. .
    COLDiN WIDOWS ENTERTAINING GUESTS ... EN MUTE
    Sheridan ave.'s Ted Beskins are back after their cruise to
    and Nassau, during which they marked their 19th wedding anmvti,
    while aboard the SS Evangeline. Friends with them werehV,,
    Mrs. Sid Goldberg, 4551 Prairie ave., and the Fred Steams, of Bostm]
    The Sam Goldsteins, of Alton rd., are entertaining Dr. and Unf
    Levin, of East Chicago. Ind.. at their 5185 manse. Entertah
    has been including a yachting trip and several dinners in the
    honor. .
    While guests of the Goldsteins' son and daughter in-law.aV.j
    Mrs. Burton Goldstein, of Rivo Alto Island, are her folks, Mr. ad?
    Max Goldstein, of Atlanta. .
    Visiting her daughter and son-in-law. the Harry Frohn
    West Broadview dr., is Mrs. Erwin Beber, Roanoke. Va-----Hl.,
    soon be off to Bahama Country Club for a golf tourney there.. .j
    George D. Saxes, of the Saxony, are entertaining the Windy
    Nora and Sam Bergman, who arrived here for a two week stay f
    Jamaica Islands vacation. .
    Sam's president of the Exchange Insurance Co. and directs
    the Exchange National Bank, Chicago. George is chairman i]
    board. .
    CHILDREN ON VACATION ATTORNEY NRAl BACK HOSTESS
    Sunday. Mar. 11. was the day of the 50th wedding anniver
    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel, 4115 Pine Tree dr. Mrs. Maurittl
    is entertaining her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs,
    White, of Washington, DC. With the couple are children
    Sharon and Miriam. Two-month-old daughter Judith Sown rea
    in Washington. Ruth's a former Miami Beach High grad. ..
    Recent guest of his niece, Majcie Bossman, of 1560 Drexeli
    was Harry Robenfeld, of Scranton. Pa. Harry* back North I
    where he's a business executive. Mrs. Lillian Frumka* is IoonaiJ
    ward these days to the return of her son, Lt. Melvin, formerly f"
    asJaUnt attorney general. He's en route from Sacramento.
    and expects to resume his law practice here. Meanwhile
    hosting two aunts at her Lenox ave. home. Mrs. Freda Rubin,
    Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Robert Maasell, Newburgh. N.Y. *
    Mar. 12 was the date of the 34th wedding anniversary of Mr.
    Mrs. Sol Silv.rman. 1550 Jefferson ave. Molli.'s presidedJf
    Greater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged. ssw|
    have decided on no particular social event to mark he oecajM
    cause the month of March is filled with so many philanthropic ana
    events. ,i
    But. on Apr. 30. the entire community will h..n.^MoWj
    at an informal dinner dance in the Algiers hotel lu.twm
    also mark the dedication of the Mollle and Sol S,Ivtrmsf W
    therapy room at the Jewish Home for the Aged. TM coup*
    here ten years ago from Toledo. O. ^
    The Victor Crowns, of Philadelphia. Pa. are P*Jp
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    J2*h*J!$rHii?*n
    Pags 9F
    of Orthodox JewlsH Sisterhoods in Passover Affair
    | US. UHOLD KATZ
    [Botwin Wears
    Itfng Hand Worn
    Lndmother
    I bride Saturday. Sylda Joy
    Iwore a gold wedding band
    ndmother, Mrs. Benjamin
    received mure than 50
    otwin became the bride of
    Hutt in an 8 p.m. cere-
    i Hillel House at University
    ki. Rabbi Yaakov R bride was given in marriage
    arenh. Mr and Mrs. Noble
    116 Bevilla ave., Coral
    Parents ol the bridegroom
    and Mrs. David M. Hutt,
    ' 27th st.
    Iformer Hiss Botwin wore
    Tofchantilly lace over *atin
    [bouffant skirt trimmed in
    A scalloped jeweled cap
    [and lace held her fingertip
    veil, and she carried white
    |on a Bible.
    btronof honor, Mrs. Kdward
    tin wore a pink organdy
    ngth gown and carried a
    [cascade of flowers. Edna
    Ister of the bridegroom, and
    Benson, cousin of the
    wore gowns of pink nylon
    i rose taffeta, and each car-
    king flowers.
    (er girl Abhy Ann Breslow,
    pV- cousii wore a pink or-
    AWS. STEPHEN HUTT
    gand.v dress and carried a cascade
    of roses.
    Philip Cook was best man for the
    bridegroom, and Harris Botwin,
    brother of the bride, and Sol Rim-
    land ushered. A garden 'reception
    at the home of the bride's parents
    followed the ceremony.
    After a wedding trip to Nassau,
    the couple will live in their new
    house, 6345 SW 35th st
    Rosenfeld. Katz Will
    Live in New York
    The Plaza hotel in New York was
    the setting for the Sunday mar-
    riage of Carole Sue Rosenfeld,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry'
    Rosenfeld. of New York, and Ar-
    nold Mortimer Katz, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Charles Katz, of Miami Beach.
    A reception followed.
    The bride, vice president of the
    famed dress house bearing her
    father's name, wore an Italian silk
    taffeta gown, lace-trimmed at the
    neckline.
    Matching lace paneled the cathe-
    dral-length train and the fingertip
    veil was attached to a Marie An-
    toinette crown.
    The bride carried white orchids
    and stephanotis. Miss Rosenfeld's
    sister, Nancy Dale Rosenfeld. was
    maid of honor, while Mr. Katz' best
    man was his cousin, Marvin Sam-
    uels.
    After a honeymoon in Europe
    the couple will reside in New York.
    Creater Miami chapter of the
    Union of Orthodox Congregations
    of America Women's Division will
    hold its annual Passover seminar
    and workshop together with a
    luncheon at the Strathaven hotel
    Monday, Mar. 19, beginning at
    10:30 a.m.
    Mrs. Simon April, president of
    the chapter, announced Wednes-
    day that 'the Orthodox Women's
    Branch throughout the country
    makes possible for thousands of
    Jewish families to prepare for the
    Passover holidays in an intelli-
    gent and religious manner. Great-
    er Miami synagogues are urged to
    request from their members the
    attendance of these seminars in
    order to receive practical and legal
    information concerning many in-
    tricate laws, regulations and cus-
    toms of the Passover holiday."
    The Rabbinical Council of Or-
    thodox Rabbis of Greater Miami
    cooperates with the seminar.
    The morning session will begin
    with a short business meeting,
    where the scope of the activities
    of the branch will be reviewed and
    discussed. The meeting will be di-
    vided into the following work-
    shops:
    Sadar Services: A model seder
    table will be decorated with all
    traditional settings. Seder serv-
    ices will be explained by Rabbi S.
    T. Swirsky, who will give a prac-
    tical and historic explanation of
    the home service.
    Passover Menu: Mrs. Henry Lieb-
    man will present a menu for the
    Passover holiday, including several
    for the seder night meal.
    Passover Laws Concerning Food:
    Passover holiday is closely con-
    nected with the dietary laws of
    Judaism, and special attention
    must be given to the kind of food
    purchased for the feast. Rabbi
    Jonah (apian, of Knesseth Israel
    Congregation, will give the legal
    and practical information concern-
    ing the variety of foods available
    for Passover.
    Passover Laws Concerning Uten-
    sils: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
    Of Beth Tfilah Congregation, will
    explain the laws and regulations,
    concerning sterilization of utensils
    to-be used for Passover.
    Mrs. Tlbor H. Stern will be chair-
    man of the luncheon meeting. The
    program will feature a musical by
    Cantor Abraham Seif, of Knesseth
    Israel, and a Passover skit by the
    Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
    School and Congregation, consist-
    ing of Mrs. Joseph Schwadron,
    Mrs. Abe Toppel, Mrs. George
    Goldberg, Mrs. David Meltzer and
    Mrs. Sol Bernstein at the piano.
    Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Beth
    Jacob Congregation, will be guest
    speaker. His topic will be "The
    Middle East and Passover." Presi-
    dents and rabbis' wives of each
    Sisterhood will participate in the
    program in various capacities.
    MKS. SIMON APKIL
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    Garvins Family Selected
    By Heart Fund Here
    Robert Garvins has been select-
    ed by the Heart Association of
    Greater Miami as Dade county's
    "Family with the Biggest Heart."
    The Garvins. who have a son,
    Joseph, 21, now in pre-med school
    at Spring Hill in Alabama, and
    another son who is only three
    months old, have befriended nu-
    merous needy boys and girls, both
    young and old. since World War II.
    Mrs. Frances Garvin has receiv-
    ed many awards from civic organ-
    izations for her outstanding youth
    work during World War II.
    Zamora Passover Institute
    Announcement was made Wed-
    nesday by Mrs. Samuel Altman and
    Mrs. David Kivel, co-chairmen of
    the Zamora Institute of Adult Edu-
    cation, women's division, that a
    Passover Seder Institute will be
    held under the auspices of their
    group Wednesday evening. Mar.
    21, at Zamora Center auditorium.
    Lecturer will be Rabbi B. Leon
    Hurwitz.
    Five judges, representing a
    cross-section of professions, have
    been chosen to officiate at the Miss
    Miami Beach Beauty Pageant at the
    Biltroore Terrace hotel on Mar. 25.
    According to Bob Glasser. Jay-
    cee general chairman of the event,
    the five who have accepted the in-
    vitation to help choose Miami
    Beach's entrant in the Miss Florida
    contest include Hank Meyer, pub-
    licity director of Miami Beach;
    Jerry Baker, national representa-
    Pianist Rubinstein
    Due to Appear
    Artur Rubinstein, distinguished
    pianist, will appear with the Uni-
    versity of Miami Symphony Or-
    chestra Sunday evening, Mar. 25.
    at Miami Beach auditorium, and
    Monday evening. Mar. 26, at Dade
    county auditorium.
    Mr. Rubinstein, who has been
    heard by more people than any
    other living pianist, began his ca-
    reer in his teens, acquiring a fabu-
    lous reputation throughout Europe
    before his American debut in 1906.
    Since then he has travelled more
    than two million miles to play
    everywhere on the globe except
    Tibet. His RCA Victor recording
    sales average more than one mil-
    lion dollars in a single year.
    A citizen of the world, it all be-
    gan when master-pianist Rubinstein
    was six years old. His father
    bought him a violin and proudly
    took- Artur to a photographer. The
    boy was docile throughout the or-
    deal of picture taking. When it
    was over, he took hold of the vio-
    lin and smashed it.
    tive of the American Guild of Vari-
    ety Artists; Dr. Thurston Adams,
    director of student activities at the
    University of Miami; Mike Acker-
    man, bureau chief of United Press
    photographers; and prominent
    fashion designer Margaret New-
    1 man.
    Contestants will be judged in
    I four separate categories: talent, in
    'evening gowns, in bathing suits and
    1 on intellect and personality. The
    last named will be determined
    | prior to the show at a special ban-
    |quet for contestants, judges and
    ] committee members at the Bilt-
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    *Jewist ricrMian
    MfeHkiflg.Time MeansUshi
    Various nationalities have differ i,m ..
    Discussing results of annual liquor brunch
    at the Biscayne Terrace hotel recently was
    this group of leaders in the liquor industry
    of Greater Miami. Front row are Bud
    Levin, Phil Strauss, co-chairman Jay Weiss,
    Saul Weinstein and Ralph Fried. Rear are
    Leonard Roth, co-chairman Marvin Rauzin,
    Buddy Lazar and vice chairmen Frank Ham-
    ilton and Leo Chaikin. representing the
    business and professions council.
    Various nationalities have differ
    ent favorite beverages. The Ger
    mans, for instance, are big beer
    drinkers. The French are big wise
    drinker.: the Knglish big tea
    ilrinkMKj;
    liowayer. when it coquA to te>
    the Ja^.are not far hehirjd. Th.
    Kmilish"tn'ake quite a ceremony t>t
    tea drinking. As a matter of fact.
    certain times of day are known as
    "tea time" There is an 11 o'clock
    tea. and 4 o'clock tea.
    Jews don't make a ceremony of
    i tea drinking, but they do love a
    cup of good tea as much as, if not
    more, than other people who drink
    a lot of tea. And, when speaking
    of a good cup of tea, there is no
    question but that Lipton tea is the
    favorite of many Jews. The reason
    for this? A very simple oneLip-
    tasty ;2H
    ;;<^"iod Kosher forl,
    Rabbi ll,,HhKoha.0(.
    Your guests will berth
    ;.t, and youwHIbeg,^,^
    the best tea that rno^,
    Habbi's Book ReW<*J
    "In Search of the pJ
    I ^ Rabbi Alexander 3
    ,bach, was the topic ofJ
    ,this week at Spinoza .,
    | urn. Reviewing Rabbi
    book was Henry L.

    Increases of more than 50 percent over last year are register-
    ed by leading restaurant workers in behalf of the Combined
    Jewish Appeal at outstanding meeting at Embers restaurant.
    Shown with campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman (extreme
    right) are (seated' Bill Sherman, Louis Shapiro and Edward
    Lassman. Standing are Joe Mechlow, Jerome Adelman. Sam
    Sterling and Joseph Scheinberq.
    ONE TASTE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
    THIS YEAR HAGGADAH WINE IS
    EXTRA HEAVY EXTRA GOOD
    AND YOU'LL LOVE THE PRICE
    Sold at Super Markets and Package Stores
    MMMtJ by WIEDER WINE CO., MIAMI-PHONE NE 5-444
    Sholem Lodge Has
    Off icer Election
    Sholem lodge of Bnai B'rith
    held officer election Tuesday eve-
    ning at Beth David Synagogue,
    with Hubert Lewison acting as pro-
    gram chairman.
    Named president was Stanley
    Caidin, succeeding Joseph Rayvia
    Others arc Harry s Bohwarta, pres-
    ident elect: LawiaOfl and Frank
    Jaffe, vice president; Bernard
    Tytell treaaurar; Sanford Freed.
    sponding secretary: Norman
    Lodin, recording secretary; Edward
    s Klein, financial secretary.
    Bernard Konn warden; Nathan
    !< in .issi^tant warden; Hay-
    vi monitor; Maurice Grossman,
    tanl monitor; Leslie h'nulo
    man. guardian; Gordon Brown, as-
    sistant guardian.
    Sam Friedman. Louis Gordon,
    Dr. II A Kleiman. Bernard Libei-
    man. Ben Fssen. Bernard New-
    mark. Ben Temeles. Abram Pea
    and Sandford Swerdiin are trustee^.
    Women to Hear Rabbi
    Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
    School and Congregation will meet
    on Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 21.
    in the social hall. Rabbi Simon
    April, spiritual leader, will speak
    on 'Woman's Distinct Position on
    Passover."
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    Cancer Unit
    $100,000 Goal
    lde county tn.t of the
    Cancer Society has an-
    ,1956 fund campaign
    **? D. Uff'cr. Presi-
    *V figure public at a
    Jthc Unit's board of di-
    thr Urmey hotel,
    fund raising operations
    Cornell. Jr. Miami busi-
    i and a Dade county
    hot 30 >ear>
    oidnadi- county s cam-
    icoincide with the nation-
    jeer Cruude and will
    Uk on Apr 17 with a
    1 r wiicitation. Mrs. Mar-
    _ Crawford, of coconut
    Us accepted chairmanship
    adential drive.
    t Leffler explained that
    ^nt of all contributions
    Ld in our own division,
    !dude> many direct serv-
    Ipade county cancer pa-
    ljuppluns hospiUl beds,
    p and bedside equip-
    1 transportation for med-
    jient.
    r example of local serv-
    kancial aid to the Cancer
    Lf St. Francis and Mt.
    EfMM-f r Pupils Ptft* Ft Model SttV Thursday
    tlDU CORNUL, JR.
    Page 11 B
    |ner. Sherry Matter. Robin Beth
    Model sedar will he "presented Mark" Feller; Mother: Jennifer Wtaer. Marsha Silles. Ellen Klemp-
    by the nursery and pre-kinder- Rand; Choir: James Branodorf, ner, Anita Giller, Arlcne Schler,
    {'l1fin|*lldren|oTemPetEmn- I*onard Feldman, Martin Fried, Tad Cypen and Martha Yavers.
    bi religious school on Thursday, Maxinc Rosenstein, David Abelow, -
    Mar. 22. I Jeffrey Bander> Lynne Berman,' Program is under the direction
    Participant* are A n n o u n c e r Cathenne Eber. Michael Firtell. | of Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis, head
    Wayn Cypen; Narrator*: Andy j Franklyn Horowitz, Jo Ellen | teacher, assisted by Miss Sadye
    Lehrman, Robin Hirsch; Father: Kay, Eileen Kaplan, Steven Lecht- Klein and Mrs. Harry Rogers.

    Pelle Withdraws
    From Campaign
    Michael A. Pelle, Miami attor
    ney and candidate for one of the
    four circuit judge offices created
    by the 1955 Dade county census.
    Wednesday announced that he will
    not qualify as a candidate for that
    position in order to devote his
    time and effort to taking an active
    part in the coming presidential
    m* The Dade County j election.
    provides an extensive
    program aimed at can-
    through early detec-
    small percentage of the
    tied here go to help sup-
    Honda Division of the
    Organization which gives
    ito small county unit* "
    Pelle said "it is most important
    to unite the Democratic forces in
    Florida in an effort to return Flor-
    ida into the Democratic ranks in
    the coming presidential election."
    "My personal ambitions must be
    put aside temporarily and in the
    light of this major need, the duty
    to aid the Democrats of Dade coun-
    ty and of Florida."


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    MnlsHkrid&n..
    Temple Israel choir will present uninterrupted rendition ol
    "Avodath Hakodesh," Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, dur-
    ing Friday evening services, Mar. 23. Shown (left to right)
    are performers Carolyn Pearce, Marilyn Pearce. Flora Prev-
    in. Virginia Engelbright, Fred Cushman, Fred Riebel. Wendell
    Alderson. guest director Prof. Joel Belov. of the University of
    Miami music scnooi. oantor jacoo ooriuubin and Frances
    Tarboux. Service will honor the late Harry Boyel, who was a
    member of Temple Israel board of trustees and chairman of
    the committee on sacred music from 1946 until his death
    some two weeks ago. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate, with
    Cantor Bornstein assisting.
    Schultz to Address ADL Board Meeting; Award to be Made
    Henry Edward Schultz, nalion.il
    chairman of the Anti-Defamation
    League of B'nai B'rith. will be prin-
    cipal speaker at an annual meet inn
    of the advisor? hoard of the Flou-
    da regional office. Anti-Defamation
    League, to be held Sunday noon.
    Mar. 25. at the Algiers hotel.
    Geisimar Appointed
    Eaton's Manager
    Former Circuit Joudyc .loo Faton.
    a i andidate for State Senator. Wed-
    lu day announced the appointment
    i : Siegfried Gei-mar a- his cam-
    p^.tn manager for Miami Beach.
    In accepting the appointment.]
    1 -mar stated. "I consider Judge '
    J"* Faton an outstanding young'
    man. capable in every respect and j
    v.irthy of the support of every'
    good citizen In my opinion, he J
    will truly represent the interests
    oi the people, not only in Dade,
    Btjr, but in all of Florida."
    Gei>mar ha> been, for many
    . a civic and community lead-1
    er .1 Miami Beach. He is former'
    .-man of the planning board of
    I "i Beach and is a director
    ber of the Civic League of
    i Beach. Miami Beach Tax:
    Payers Association. B'nai B'rith.
    P- I American League. Humane So-
    < Scottish Rite Temple. Mahi
    .v inc. Hibiscus League. F & AM.
    >r Men s club of Temple Emanu-
    E
    Judge Eaton promises, when
    elected, "to spearhead the enact-
    n nt of legislation, to abolish the
    Mi K Commission and its price
    fixing power and to abolish secret
    utrvc sessions and secret com-
    B iee voting."
    George J Talianoff is chairman of
    ! the Florida ADL board.
    Highlight of the meeting will be
    the presentation of the second an-
    nual Leonard L. Abess humanita-
    rian award to Mayor D. Lee Powell,
    of Miami Beach. Former Mayor
    Abt Aronovitz. last year's recipient
    of the League's award for outstand-
    ing services in the field of human
    relations, will make the presenta-
    tion. Newly elected officers of the
    advisory* board and executive com-
    mittee will be installed at the BMW
    ing by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, a
    member of the executive commit-
    tee.
    A New York City attorney.
    Schultz for many years has been
    active in civic and educational cir-
    cles. In 1941, he was appointed by
    the late Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia
    to the Board of Higher Education
    of the City of New York. He serv-
    ed as chairman of the Queens Col-
    lege Board of Trustees and was
    chairman of the executive commit-
    j tee of the Board of Higher Educa-
    tion from 1040 to June, 1053.
    A graduate of New York law
    schools, he is a member of the
    New York City and New York
    i State Bar Associations. His practice
    Includes labor
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    Dr. Frehling Will
    Chair Brandeis
    CSub of Miami
    Dr. Stanley Frehling. of Miami
    Beach, surgeon and civic leader,
    has been appointed chairman
    the Brandeis University club
    Greater Miami by Dr. Abram L.
    Sachar, president of Brandeis.
    The establishment of Brandeis
    University club here follows the
    pattern set all over the country
    by leading Foster Alumni and As-' stated.
    for the completion of the physical
    needs of the university's College
    of Arts and Sciences and its Grad-
    uate School of Arts and Sciences.
    It will also establish a fund to un-
    derwrite teaching salaries, research
    programs, scholarships, fellow-
    ships, faculty chairs, student em-
    OI I ployment programs and other ele-
    ' i mcnts of the university's operation.
    "Achievement of the fund's ob-
    jectives will free the university
    from the need to resort to con-
    stantly recurring mass community
    appeals," Dr. Frehling further

    I
    i M r 1 h^iVtarffl
    I
    eting of Dov, Tamara and Miami
    [chapters of Mizrachi Organization
    , Wd Sunday evening. Mar. 18, at
    .Inael Congregation. Co-chairmen
    m\ are Mrs. Alfred Stone, Tamara
    it; Mrs. Rachael Sakowitz, Dov presi-
    od Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, Miami Beach
    Three personalized stories trace the
    effects of Mizrachi Women's work in
    "Hands of the Builders", a 40-minute
    color film recently released by the Miz-
    rachi Women's Organization of Amer-
    ica. In these pivotal scenes from the
    film, the Ben Aris, newcomers from
    North Africa, (upper left) consider
    their future in their first quarters in
    Jaffa; Eva and Lazar (lower left)
    reach an important milestone in their
    lives, and Joseph, (upper right) a hen-
    keeper at Mizrachi Women's Chil-
    dren's Village, catches a "criminal" in
    a farcical sequence. "Hands of the
    Builders" was filmed in Israel by Lazar
    Dunner from an original scenario by
    Marc Siegel, and produced by Paul
    Falkenberg Productions.
    president. Meeting will highlight the show-
    ing of this recent Israeli film, "Hands of the
    Builders." Principal speaker will be Rabbi
    Jonah Caplan, Kneseth Israel spiritual lead-
    er, With Cantor Abraham Seif rendering a
    musical program. Funds will go for Youth
    Aliygb.
    Art Contest To Commence Here
    essay art contest sponsor-
    Bureau of Jewish Edu-
    the Jewish schools of
    will focus around
    -
    total Independence
    National Jewish History
    calls for a minimum
    dson the following nib-
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    The art contest sails for art work
    in painting and drawing and craft
    work in clay, wood or leather on
    the subject of "Jewish Life in Is-
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    The arts and craft objects are to
    depict their synagogues, state, col-
    ony, agencies, personal^/ in Is-
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    II years old and up. Prises will
    be awarded for the best -gttee cs-
    and art objects and -"will
    sist of Israeli art bfacts **
    through the courtesy of the Katner
    family. Prizes also will be awarded
    to individual school winners. Win-
    ning essays vuli be published, and
    winning art objects will be pub-
    licly displayed. Judges for the con-;
    test will be appointed fay the Bu
    reau of Jewish Education.
    All prizes will be awarded at the
    inter-school "Salute to Israel,"
    which will be held on Apr. 15 at
    Beth David Congregation.
    sociates of the non-sectarian Amer-
    ican university sponsored by the
    American Jewish community.
    The Brandeis club will sponsor
    a centennial fund dinner Wednes-
    | day evening, Apr. 4. at the Seville
    hotel, celebrating the 100th anni-
    versary of the birth of the late
    United States Supreme Court Jus-
    tice Louis Dembitz Brandeis.
    "Brandeis University serves as a
    living memorial to the liberal spirit
    and crusading zeal of Justice Bran-
    deis, Dr. Stanley Frehling stated
    upon accepting his appointment.
    The centennial fund, to be com-
    pleted within five years, has two
    primary objectives It will provide
    Poet to Address
    Yiddish Forum
    Poet, short story writer and lec-
    turer Chaim Grade will be guest
    speaker at a meeting of Der Yid-
    disher Forum Saturday evening at |
    Kneseth tsrael Congregation.
    Grade will discuss "Yehuda Hel-
    evyPoet and Philosopher."
    The lecturer was born in Vilna,
    Poland, studied in various yeshi-
    voth and began to write while still
    a young man.
    He has just published a book of
    short stories, "My Mother's Sab-
    baths."
    One of the guest speakers at the
    Apr. 4 dinner will be chairman of
    the board of trustees Abraham
    Feinberg, of New York.
    Mrs. Bcn-Zion Ginsburg, presi-
    dent of the Brandeis Women's Di-
    vision of Greater Miami, announc-
    ed that Mrs. Alexander Kogan has
    accepted the position of reserva-
    tions chairman for the dinner. The
    women's chapter includes close to
    1.000 Greater Miami women.

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    Fridi
    oy.l
    Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of ^
    oral
    TEMPLE ZlON will bold Friday
    evening services at 5:30 and 8:30.
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate
    and discuss: "Holy Calling." Choir
    assists CMMg Shabbat will follow ,-j
    Saturday morning services arc at
    9. John. SOD of Mr and Mrs. Ira
    Love ft. will become Bar Mitzvah.
    Sabbath school commences at 9:30
    a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.
    i: -1
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
    Friday evening services at 5 and
    8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lchrman
    will d 'Israel Great M
    rssue ol Our Time.'" Cantor Philip
    ' ders the musical
    lions of the liturgy Saturday morn-
    n Ices are at fl rmon will
    he based on the Weeklj Portion
    Norman, Mr. and M
    m of
    i Levj

    .....
    BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
    will
    RABBI AMID WAXMAN
    . "Hoi/ Colling"
    ,1 ; ill ouis Rott-
    in Bit le is
    ;,t Bu('n" 'l|s- pm Mincha will be at 8 pm fol
    cuss 'Pn v shaloa seudoa Daily
    1 morning i a( ,rl .,,,,. g i;,
    P m.

    BETH TFILAH CONGREGA
    TION will hold Friday ev
    TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
    Friday evening services al
    ervtces al 6 13 Saturday morn- 8 1;. ,{>iM .,_,.,,h Narol w,n 0f-
    ( are at 8:30. Rabbi
    Joseph Rackovsky officiati """
    jed of the sermon will bi
    fices al Thi- Tim. Al 4 43 p m
    Rabbi Ri i ill discuss the
    Weeklj Porti
    p m
    riv. Daily service

    p.m.
    Hciate ami preach on the topic:
    CANDltUGHTING RMf
    Nisan 4 6:11 pan.
    HEBREW ACADEMY Will hold------------- --------------------,
    I pt Wil- j
    to the
    h iy morntni serv-
    will
    H

    Dail)

    pm at 8
    BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    ' 11, \\ illiani. son of Mr
    and Mr- MoiTi S Salomon, 108
    East San Marino dr., will become
    '.111/.all.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
    SIDE CENTER v Friday
    ;,t K 30. Rabbi
    Abraham Rerson will discuss:
    "Prayer offering ol the Heart."
    GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
    ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
    AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE Tttl :u lyle n\.v OMftMfex,
    iiaiit-i '
    BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION -4000 Prlrl ve. Orthodox. Rabbi H.
    as Kaliman.
    NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER MI 7lth St. Cons.rvaUva. R.bbl
    Mayei Abramowlt*. Cantor Edwasa KHm
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM- 4144 I'hm ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krontnh.
    i 'antor Bamual KetaOM I
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
    Lehrman Cantor PblUp Brumiro
    BELOW LINCOLN HOAO
    BETH JACOB CONGREGATIONS">1-311 Washington ava. Orthodox.
    Rabbi 'i'ii.. r Stern. Cani imc*jaa
    BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION Ml BsMsM live. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
    kot lk] .
    HEBREW ACADEMY ?H Clh ft. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
    KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-141.". BtMUd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    h E onplan raham Mr.
    TORAH TEMPLE!2J1 Ain.rlcan Judaism. Rabbla Abraham
    CORAL GABLES
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTERIM 1'ukiino ave. Liberal. Rabbi
    Cantor lr\
    RA JEWISH CENTER II Zamora ;i\>-. Consei vatlve. lliibbl II.
    i n Hurwlu. <' rtolph BrtH
    DOWNTOWN MIAMI
    BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 135 N\V 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD- .-Mr: wood.
    I. i B mui i I.-1-''.
    TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD BOSS Polk St.. Hollywood. (Vnserva-
    Kabbl David Bhaplro Cantor fekadah Helwraun.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE .ailh Andrews ave.,
    i-'t Lauderdalt Retorm. Rabbi Marios EtanaoB,
    HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
    HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-911 East 4th ave. Con-
    Ml Rabbi Boris Raokoi
    NORTHEAST
    TEMPLE ISRAEL- 137 NK 19th it. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Xarot. Rabbi
    b Kaplan, R.ibbl Emeritus. Cantor Jacub Bornsieln.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER SiOO North Miami ave.
    Con erVal w Kabul Abraham Harson, Cantor Albeit Glanta.
    NORTHWEST
    BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -1 :".'"l KW 7lh ave.
    FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER"0 NW ilst pi.
    Con srval Iva. Rabbi Lao Halm,
    NORTH MIAMI
    NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER -13630 W. st Dixie l:v Oofl -vatlve.
    Rabbi llrnry oknlii-a. Cantor M.iuru.- Ni-u.
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH*
    MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATIONl4lli i-t. and NI2 11th ave.
    itabbi Isaac
    SOUTHWEST
    ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
    BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE dVk I..1I.I.1
    \\ lll.im \\ l.r
    BETH EL CONGREGATION 00 S\V ) IhoeJoK. Rahbl

    ISRAELITE CENTER
    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION fclOl S\V Kill ave.
    Halilrr .s'inion Aurli '.
    i \
    Hebrew Ev<
    Slated by Lai
    Week Obsi
    Third annual Lai
    the University of
    opens Sunday. Mar.^
    | run through Mar. "
    an announcement
    DM officials
    I.ai. Week j
    be Dr. Herthold C.
    sor t)f romance lang
    Helirow
    ance will be held sff
    tervice: will be at 8 am. and 15 liturgy. Rabbi'- Class i- at 5:15. on the I'M campus
    minutes before sundown. iMincha will be at 5:45 p.m.. fol- ning. Mar. 22.
    lowed by M.iariv. Daily services Program will include
    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANo'are at 8 am and 6 P m' |of Hebrew '" Mod?B
    Mr and Mrs. Jamt- Harn- and Mr CONGREGATION will hold Friday ****}> b> ; '^afi\
    and Mr- A. Kur/han will lie ho-ts weiring services at 6^5. Satur- *.u- ^... ----------------I
    at Oneg Shabbat Saturday morn- da> morning services are at 8:30.
    rvices are at 0. Sermon topic Rabbi Simon April will preach on
    be at 5:30 p.m.. followed bj Mm- '- "Tba. Clean-Mind." Kiddush ,he M*: "Are Oblation- K-.,;
    Shaloa Seudoi Mr and follows.
    Mr- Oscar Zweehkenboim v. ill l>e
    tpr
    W fc S T M I A M I
    TEMPLE ZlON S\\
    |"8 the topic-
    'ho e-on"cPant0
    u"^r ,he chrec,,^
    ** Saturday Z *
    under ,he direct,
    u,,i- Saturday m
    are at 845. SenW3
    on the Weeklv vJ*\
    /ee,kl> Portion.
    BETH EL C0Nd.e
    hold Friday evening
    Saturday morning
    \83S R"bbi Shmary^
    : will preach on the top**1
    I Ancient Altars." <
    iGartenhaus remiers
    portions of the |jt
    "'vice- will be in Ys
    10 a.m. Clan la Sanh
    p.m.
    HIALEAH. MIAMI S|
    JEWISH CENTER win,
    Boris Rackovsky will
    Mode and a Code."
    ; follows.
    *
    FLAGLER-GRANAoJ
    COMMUNITY CENTEIj
    Fridaj evening >er\-
    W pm, with RaMsTj
    discussing: "The Sii
    [True Sacrifice." Latet.
    ibe dedicated to Gok
    of the Greater Miami,
    'munity (enter. Sat
    services are at 8:30.
    j be based on the Weekbl
    sen morning ;,n'"r Albert GlanU renders the
    ire at B:30. Rabbi An.- mu>,cal portions of the Liturgy
    er will preach on the topic:
    Seeini Beyond the Horizon"
    Clasf !,ud precedes the serv-
    ice at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will
    ANSHE EMESS CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday eveninK
    services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
    ng services are at 0. Mincha will
    hn-t.
    ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
    tial in This ARe"" Cantor Berele be at 5:30, followed by Shalos Seu-
    Kelemer renders the musical por-1 dos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
    tions of the liturgy. Mishna class
    at 5 p.m. Daily service- will be at
    will hold Friday evening services > m an,i .=_
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN- at 8:15 Kal)bl B. Leo" Hurwttl "J0 *m and 615 p.m.
    TER will hold Friday evening serv- win officiate and preach on the,
    ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop topic; -America and IsraelTheir TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
    will officiate and discuss: "Hein- Spiritual Link- Sam Heiman wi" hold Friday evening services
    rich Heine Poetic Jewish Soul 1956 campaign chairman of the at 8:3 Rahbi David Shapiro will
    without a People' Cantor Irving Combined Jewish Appeal, will also P^ach on the topic: 'The Jewish
    Robinson renders the musical por-, djscus:, (hls theme Mr and Mrs Concept of Brotherhood." Cantor
    11.-n> of the liturgy, with the choir Bernard Greenstem will be hosts Vehudah Heilbraun renders the
    under 'rection of Robert Strata- at 0neg Shabbat in honor of their I mnsical portions of the liturgy, a-
    burg. Candle blessing will be by son, Barrv who becomes Bar Mitz. *ited by the Temple choir Oneg'
    Mrs. Irving Robinson. Saturday v:ih (luring saturdav morning serv- Shabbat follows sponsored by Mr.
    P"- ices at 8:30 Rev. Rudolph Brill and Mrs. Samuel Zaconick. Satur '
    Jewish Modernise! in
    Stat.'- b) Dr Donald I
    "Heinnch HeineOnt
    Anniversary ol His Deil
    Fnedl: and "Of Time
    Hebrew University." 3
    ing.
    BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Pre-idii^ at the HehrefJ
    will hold Friday evening services | will be Dr. Joseph J
    at 5:45. Saturday morning serv-
    ices are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern
    will preach on: "Call for Sacri
    fice." Cantor Maurice Mamches
    renders the musical portions of
    the liturgy. Daily services are at
    7 and 8 a.m. Evening services will
    be at 6 p.m.
    e
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
    the I'M faculty
    Mew Sanctuary H
    Israelite tenter last
    proved plans for the
    struction of a new bi
    permanent sanctuary.
    ing capacity of 400. R
    Malavsky. spiritual
    nounced Wednesday t
    pils of the religious school will renders the musical portM.ns of the! da>; morning services are at 9.1 Jol' evening services at! fhe bllll(llIli; comm.te
    participate.
    BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
    liturgy.
    Daily service- will be at 9 a.m.
    MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-: HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER,
    e.l5. Saturday morning wry. M.rviccs at 7:15 Rabl)i Isaac ^^ ho|d Fn(|ay eveninK ^ 8uJy
    will officiate. State Rep John B.
    Orr. Jr., will be guest speaker and
    discuss: "Our American Heritage."
    p.m. Morris C.ertz officiates.
    held in the near futurt
    8:15. Rabbi Leon Kroni.-h will dis- who
    -- 'Stephen S. Wise." This is ^nndbr(.akin cere,
    the second in a series on "Builders *
    of Twentieth Century Jewry." Sat-
    morning services are at
    Richard, son of Mrs. Es-
    [teUe GlukHck Benach and Mr.
    Ralph A. Benach, will become Bar
    | "To se it '
    I Viail our shoi
    Shabbat follows sponsored by I wif.^.d.l^ndav ^sVS^rZSS SSS rt^S ?Si '"SlS 1*
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Qreebel in a, 8,5 Habb, Y^ LX "J-s the musical portions of the | d-play a. 35
    honor of their son. Barry, who be- will diMuas: "Why Hebrew'" Can
    comes Bar Mitzvah during Satur- tor William Lip'son render- tJM
    day morning services at 9. Sub- musical portions of the MtuMv
    ueC.V,ffthnSubba,hfrm'-n 's: "Tne1nc Shabbal will follow sponsor- 7nJ I,
    Path of Righteous L.v.ng." ,,, by Mr and Mrs M((0 siovis ,nd mornin
    Jrgy.
    AGUDATH
    ISRAEL
    and see th<
    hebrbw''memorial "*'
    tolled by"
    INSTITUTE will hold Friday ej/e- !? built and ins
    services at 6:15. Saturday craftsmen.
    Mr?
    ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Saturday morning MtMcat
    Mary :iiiabeth Feinstein | Rabbi "i-aa,
    morning services will be at 8:30: [
    U..UU: ___ ..... l*
    Friday evening services at 5:30 and jam., when Kdward'Veinstem Id k'T'^J **** *"d Se|f"APPinted ?
    8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
    _^_
    ....
    KABBI H. LOUIS KOTTMAN
    . "Traditional Dignity"
    officiate and preach on the topic:
    "Anti-Semitism." Mr. and Mrs.
    Benjamin Sugarman will be hosts
    at Oneg Sabbat in honor of their
    I wedding anniversary. Saturday
    ; morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
    Sermon will be based on the Week-
    ly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow
    renders the musical portions of
    the liturgy. Mincha is at 5:30 p-.m.,
    followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
    it 'sftrszr1 *"
    will be at 6 p.m.. followed by
    Shalas Seudos. Max Lytton will
    he host. Daily services are at 8
    a.m. and 6:15 p.m.. with Sunday
    KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    SSHa'5:4? oSo,urday ^^li^an. s.
    services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah <*rvices^ at o\3U.
    Caul will offieiate and discuss-
    l"he Meaning of Sacrifice in Our
    Day." Cantor Abraham Seif ren-
    ders the musical portions of the
    NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Friday evening serv-
    ices st 8:15. with Rabbi Mayer Ab-
    ramowitz officiating and preach
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    lUd offering at Variety
    L Hospital Feb 19.
    L tenbe^n.sofireat."Roth.
    L. Wednesday, "thai we
    Lelvc- i" a third show
    L National Children 8 ( ar-
    Lul and on Mar. 4 at the
    Kge Club of Greater Miami
    Community Center"
    Lcent performances of the
    [roupe, which consists of
    u'all faith-, were at the
    [children's Home on Sun-
    I for the Federation of the
    I ,he Allapattah lodge of
    5 Club on Tuesday.
    od to do good for others."
    explained, "and that's
    [of our company."
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    Hlrschfield Vies
    For Surf side Seat
    Harold Hirschfleld, owner <>f the
    Dunes motel, his announced his
    candidacy for council in the Surf-
    side elections on Mar. 20.
    Hirschfield has been active in
    United Jewish Appeal campaigns
    and is also a charter member of
    the Surfside Masonic lodge, as well
    as a 32nd degree Mason.
    He is one of the organiaen of
    Surfside volunteer fire department
    and is also a former member of
    the executive committee of Surf-
    side Civic Association.
    He is a member of North Shore
    Jewish Center and is on the board
    of trustees of Temple Kmanu-EI.
    Hirschfield is a committeeman
    for Cub Scouts and is an assistant
    Boy Scout leader. He is a rrtember
    of North Shore B'nai B'rith and
    also a member of Surfside Junior
    Chamber of Commerce, as well as
    an associate member of Surfside
    Chamber of Commerce.
    He is one of the owners of Al-
    liance Tire Co. in Hadera, Israel,
    and is now building the Americo
    Chemical Co. in Tel Aviv.
    Three generations of Hirseh-
    field's family are residing in Surf-
    side.
    Hirschfield says he is in favor "of
    town employees to be given a Civil
    Service protection plan, and I also
    would like to see proper school
    bus transportation for school stu-
    dents of Surfside."
    Hirschfield resides at 9040 Bay
    dr. with his wife and three chil-
    dren.
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    Original Skit Scheduled
    i the home of Mrs. Charles Rosen-
    1 blatt. 5225 Alton rd. An original
    Naomi group o, HWHMWth will skit by Mrs Litvak will be pre-
    meet Monday evening. Mar. 19, at MBted,
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    Book Review Scheduled
    Luncheon meeting of Miami
    Beach B'nai B'rith lodge will take
    place at the Di Lido hotel Tues-
    day noon, Mar. 20. Mrs. Gershon
    S. Miller will review "The Diary of
    Anne Frank."
    ng before a capacity crowd at hi lackoff dinner last
    [Richard Gerstein, candidate for State Attorney, told
    basis on which he would seek office. Introducing
    to 200 quests in Colony restaurant was co-chairman
    Lee. who presented the candidate with a "pre-cam-
    Jgift" of a new pair of shoes "to replace those he will
    ' before election day. May 2." A war veteran, Ger-
    ' with the county solicitor's office for more than
    rears until this month.
    Meet Slates Mental Health
    elemental-) and junior
    1 Parent Teachers meet-
    I held m the -chool cafe-
    f -Monday evening, Mar.
    *ttl bo shown entitled
    o Life." in conjunc-
    tive program theme of
    Nth
    Following the film there will be
    an audience participation and panel
    discussion.
    Members of the panel include
    Miss Lois Parks, director of the
    Miami Mental Health Society; Da-
    vid Platt, dean of boys at Nautilus
    School-, Mrs. Lester Stepner, par
    ent; and Neil Sonnet, student.
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    NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
    . BONN (.JTA >Although WeM Germany now admit- vi-itors from
    manv countries without prior issuance of a visa, she is not willing to
    relax visa requirements for Israeli nationals. Federal Minister of the
    Interior Dr. Gerhard Schroeder has informed the Social Democratic
    opposition. In sponsoring a Social Democratic motion to abolish the'
    need for entrv visas in the case of Israeli visitors. Bundestag deputy
    I)r Karl Mommer argued that "we have moral obligation- toward the
    citizens of Israel that should prompt us to handle this matter as
    liberally as possible."
    PARIS The French Government has informed Syria that
    France believes that if Israel resumes work on the hydroelectric de-
    velopment propect on the Jordan River it will be violating the annifr
    tice agreement and flouting a Security Council decision forbidding
    such work, it was learned here It is believed that the French note .-
    almost identical to statements made to Syria by the United State* and
    Britain.
    ROME iJTA>The best wishes ot Italian Jewry to Pope Pius XII
    on the occasion of his 80th birthday were voiced here this weekend
    BJ chief Rabbi Elio Toaff. in a specially-arranged nationwide broad-
    cast. Eugene Zolli, former Chief R*bbJ <>l Rome, who converted to
    Catholicism in 1945. died here Friday. He was 75 >car> old. Born
    Israel Zolli. in Poland, he changed his first name to Eugene, in honor
    of Pope Pius XII. at the time ol his conversion. Zolli. who was first
    a rabbi in Trieste, was named chief rabbi here in 1940, and taught
    Hebrew at the University of Rome at that time.
    LONDON i.ITAiThe Archbishop of Canterbury headed a list "I
    prominent British Christian church leaders who greeted the Anglo-
    Jewish community on the occasion of the tercentenary of the return
    if the Jew- to England. The Archbishops greetings and those of the
    other church leaders, including the Moderator of the Five Church
    Federal Council, which encompasses 23.000 churches in England and
    Wales, and the Moderator ol the Church of Scotland, were published
    in Common Ground," publication ol the Council of Christians and
    Jews,
    ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
    SEATTLE (ITASuperior Court Judge Howard J. Findli y has
    ruled that "captive" religious services -hall not i>c allowed in the
    county jail and has upheld the King County prison rule that all reli-
    gious services are to be held in the chapel. In effect, this banned
    evangelistic services in corridors and "tanks" of the jail, following
    a -uit brought by a county jail inmate. William Harvey Rhea. 25. a
    roofer serving a year on vagrancy and assault charges, against 19
    religious organixationa which held their services in the jail corridors
    and "tanks.
    MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay iJTAiUruguay's diplomatic mission in
    Israel will be moved to Jerusalem, it was reported here. Decision to
    move the Legation was communicated by telephone to Israel Minister
    Matathuahu Hindes, who is now convalescing from an illness in a
    medical clinic here. The decision was front page news in Uruguayan
    papers The new-paper "Accion." commenting on the move, said that
    it implied the full recognition of the Jewish State's sovereignty. "La
    Manana." another daily here, said that the Government's decision had
    been taken despite representations to the contrary made by the United
    States and Great Britain.
    NEW YORK Internal differences within the Zionist Or-
    ganization of America emerged into the open when Louis Lipsky.
    Louis E. Levinthal. Dewey D. Stone, and Ezra Shapiro issued a joint
    statement announcing that their groupthe "Independent Liberal
    Zionist Group" had decided not to appear on the ZOA slate of dele-
    gates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress and had filed a
    separate list of "an independent group committed to a liberal Zionist
    program." These Zionist leaders also announced that they propose
    to call, following the World Zionist Congress, a constituent conference
    lor the purpose of establishing an Independent Zionist Organization
    in the United States.
    MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA^The largest Jewish conference
    in the history of Latin America opened here with well over 1.000
    delegates gathering to mobilize support for Israel in its current crisis
    and to express solidarity with the Israeli people. Uruguayan Presi-
    dent Dr. Alberto Zuviria and other government officials received a
    delegation representing Jews of a number of different Latin American
    countries The delegation expressed to Dr. Zuviria the satisfaction of
    all Jews at the recent transfer of the Uruguayan Embassy from Tel
    Aviv to Jerusalem, thus recognizing the latter city as Israel's capital.
    BUENOS AIRES (JTA)A delegation representing the Argentine
    Jewish community called on Minister of the Interior Dr. Eduardo
    Buseo last weekend and presented him with a memorandum calling
    his attention to anti-Semitic propaganda being spread in the Argentine
    by the German-language magazine "Der Weg." The delegation pointed
    out that the monthly, which originates in this country, is banned from
    West Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and a number of other countries
    because of its slanderous attacks on Jews.
    LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
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    are in Israel on a training mission were given a special Punm recep-
    tion at ZOA House here. The soldiers, all stationed in the Munich area
    and who arrived in Israel in a United States Air Force plane, broad-
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    JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel Premier David Ben Gurion warned
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    ***%il tk*icJMr* r £# Women's Cwnci !" to from Israel Official W ,„' S 5(i "' Women er Miami Council of Pioneer Wornoffice of infnrm,t,„n Page 7B i er, Coral Gadonor dinner on Sund IN evening, Organizations' 16th annual lb. Kadima and Tikva dub w.l L, Ra,il Harmon, vice consul of tSewVorl relate hi, tfH Mar. 18, in the Dil.ido h rtel. Mr. Harmon has serv of Israel, and a full bracelet |12 Chen charms designates a nan who has bought or sold at It $30,000 in bonds. Irs. Frances Kubin, honorary |udent of Temple Emanu-El lerhood. who i been a Trusof Israel for three successive k will become the first local per to receive a complete bracecoclisting of all 12 Chen Hhers receiving charms at the pting. which will kick off the men's division campaign for as announced by chairman pa Brenner Meyers, include the dames Samuel Blank. Jack A. Fr. Jack Bernstein, Nathan fspai. David Denncr, Jacob pan. Ifayshie Friedberg, Louis ~*t, Samuel Fricdland, I. E. ."Jan. Miss Lilham Goodman, %  Mesdamcs Isidore Hecht, Anna f llir >chman. M. B. Kahn. Pesdames Frieda Kalstein, SamIwp. Abraham Kasow, Philip p Joseph Kranu. Henry Lieb%  >• Anna Brenner Meyers, joi Mmtzes Harrj ,,|., t()ff Miriam %  J Joseph Itambam, Esther bfl Rse Landau Simpson. Offering TM VERY BEST' SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B. Pink* Managing tor H *tTH m %  ROOFING AND L*B METAl WORKS "Curtain Time" draws near for Beth David musical extravaganza scheduled Apr. 8 and 9 at Shenandoah Junior High School auditorium. Trixie Levin (center) is author and director of the play. Left is Mrs. Max Jacobson. choreographer, while show chairman Mrs. Louis Rosenson looke on. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just a* quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell Hot.se kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just edd hot water .. and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. j A Product ol Ctnt'ol ftodi THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOODTOTHE LAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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    16. 1 956 Ed Essen In itional Debate baling team of Coral Gables Si won ths>a.o debating t ,„ a contest sponsored by the Lilv of Florida. Tournament fffto Gainesville on Mar. 2 winning teams were comJ'rf Richard EMM and Wtli Woodin. as affirmative speak, and Janet Reno and Peter L as negative-*peakers. [ Werner Dickson. debate coach [oral GableHigh School, has U,(ed the team composed of ,,nd Woodin to represent the 0 f Florida in the national school debate tournament th will be held in Oklahoma this summer. tsen was recently voted outRag debater in the University "iami district debate tournaHe received the highest in1 rating at the state discusI tournament held in Gaincslal fall He was elected boys' senator at Tallahassee in 1955 and is a member of Nagl Forensic League, national Csociety, at Coral Gables High. M n is affiliated with Hurrij AZA and baa served as state Lral chairman for AZA. He is cnlly a member <>f the state j board of directorand is actlas chairman of the CJA for |b Florida Council. BBYO. He leently B'nai B'rith human reSea/ Sale on for Benefit Of Crippled Children Here Postman's bags bulged last weekend with Holiday Seals of the Crippled Children's Society, being delivered to a record 201,000 Dade county names and residences. lations chairman for BBYO. Essen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen, of Coral Gables. Crockett to Head Advertising Club William M. Crockett. Jr.. bras been elected president of the Adv.n,mg club of Greater M.ami for the a.miiiK year. He succeeds Loi> ('await Tanner, first woman to have held the past. Other officers named include Paul Grcenaway, Florida Power & Light Co., first vice president; Samuel B. Crispin, Grant Advertising, second vice president; Richard K. Hinman. Ittnman Photography, secretary and fourth district director; and Charles Whitebrook, treasurer. Board members will include the officers, Mrs. Tanner and Jack Caesar, Webster Outdoor Advertising; Earl Mason, Miami Beach Sun; and William Voges, General Advertising Service. Crockett, director of community relations for the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, was Dade county chairman for National Advertising Week. He has recently served as publicity chairman lor the special events committee of (he Heart Association and on the World Brotherhood dinner committee for the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is also a member of the Traffic club of Greater Miami, the Greater Miami Purdue Alumni club, the Miami Theatre Conference, and the American Christian Committee for Palestine. Paqt'llA INC. UNDER STRICT LABORATORY CONTR OL Iffers ycu a COMPLETE SELECTION of Sunny Brook arms Dairy Products DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME, ft no extra cost, with the utmost feeling of confidence hat it is [OSHER SH'L PESACH ft 0 S? 1 W 3 Supervised for Kashruth by RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and THE RABBINICAL COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF GREATER MIAMI MADE IN MIAMI Milk • Eggs [ foam • Cream Cheese Sour Cream • Farmer Cheese L Jogurt • Pot Cheese Buttermilk • Cottage Cheese ^tter %  Whipped Butter Assorted Hard Cheeses A PHONE CALL WILL BRING OUR REPRESENTATIVE TO YOUR DOOR Phone NEwton 5-4563 Mnr MOW MRJM PdOOUCK AU AVAIIABU AT All HADING DAM AHD CROCIRY SWRIS Star Pastry Shop 1677 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Largest Selection of Traditional Passover Cakes, Cookies and all Pesach Baked Products STAR PASTRY SHOP'S NAME PROTECTS YOU WITH THE FINEST PESACH INGREDIENTS PL EASE PLACE YOUR ORDER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE Free Delivery Miami and Miami Beach CALL PHONE JE 8-7530 ixoaiD A, nro. # Announces $ KOSHER P for assover Candies and Glace Fruits I'AREVE 5716 — 1956 rctrn Supervised by RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Kosher for Passover ncB 1 ? -,CT I ON SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE FRUIT SHIPPING and CANDY STORE



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    Page 10 B *Jewist ricrMian MfeHkiflg.Time MeansUshi Various nationalities have differ i,m .. Discussing results of annual liquor brunch at the Biscayne Terrace hotel recently was this group of leaders in the liquor industry of Greater Miami. Front row are Bud Levin, Phil Strauss, co-chairman Jay Weiss, Saul Weinstein and Ralph Fried. Rear are Leonard Roth, co-chairman Marvin Rauzin, Buddy Lazar and vice chairmen Frank Hamilton and Leo Chaikin. representing the business and professions council. Various nationalities have differ ent favorite beverages. The Ger mans, for instance, are big beer drinkers. The French are big wise drinker.: the Knglish — big tea ilrinkMKj; liowayer. when it coquA to te> the Ja^.are not far hehirjd. Th. Kmilish"tn'ake quite a ceremony t>t tea drinking. As a matter of fact. certain times of day are known as "tea time" There is an 11 o'clock tea. and 4 o'clock tea. Jews don't make a ceremony of i tea drinking, but they do love a cup of good tea as much as, if not more, than other people who drink a lot of tea. And, when speaking of a good cup of tea, there is no question but that Lipton tea is the favorite of many Jews. The reason for this? A very simple one—Liptasty ;2H ;;<^"iod Kosher forl Rabbi ll,,H h K oh a 0 ( Your guests will berth ; t, and youwHIbeg,^,^ the best tea that rno^, Habbi's Book ReW<*J "In Search of the pJ I ^ Rab bi Alexander 3 ,bach, was the topic ofJ t his week at Spinoza ., | urn. Reviewing Rabbi book was Henry L. %  Increases of more than 50 percent over last year are registered by leading restaurant workers in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal at outstanding meeting at Embers restaurant. Shown with campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman (extreme right) are (seated' Bill Sherman, Louis Shapiro and Edward Lassman. Standing are Joe Mechlow, Jerome Adelman. Sam Sterling and Joseph Scheinberq. ONE TASTE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS THIS YEAR HAGGADAH WINE IS EXTRA HEAVY EXTRA GOOD AND YOU'LL LOVE THE PRICE Sold at Super Markets and Package Stores MMMtJ by WIEDER WINE CO., MIAMI-PHONE NE 5-444 Sholem Lodge Has Off icer Election Sholem lodge of Bnai B'rith held officer election Tuesday evening at Beth David Synagogue, with Hubert Lewison acting as program chairman. Named president was Stanley Caidin, succeeding Joseph Rayvia Others arc Harry s B ohwarta president elect: LawiaOfl and Frank Jaffe, vice president; Bernard Tytell treaaurar; Sanford Freed. sponding secretary: Norman Lodin, recording secretary; Edward s Klein, financial secretary. Bernard Konn warden; Nathan < in .issi^tant warden; Hayvi monitor; Maurice Grossman, tanl monitor; Leslie h'nulo man. guardian; Gordon Brown, assistant guardian. Sam Friedman. Louis Gordon, Dr. II A Kleiman. Bernard Libeiman. Ben Fssen. Bernard Newmark. Ben Temeles. Abram Pea and Sandford Swerdiin are trustee^. Women to Hear Rabbi Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will meet on Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 21. in the social hall. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, will speak on 'Woman's Distinct Position on Passover." MJGUST BROS ftyr 1.1 thr REST' C Southern Dairies, li To Serve Its Many Jewish Patrons Announces with Pride and Pleasure KOSHER FOR PASSOVI Homogenized Milk Sweet Cm Pasteurized Milk Sour (rest J Country Style Cottage Cheese and Popcorn Cottage Cheese 8 %  B V I A L Kosher L'Pesach Ices Lemon and Raspberry Under the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hokfl RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director j Tell Your Driver or Phone 9-6501 for Services SOUTHERN DAIRIES DAIRY PRODUCTS 62 N.E. 27th STREET PHONE 9i ftVEi* GOOD COOK KH0*ft IVfc HOW W\l *tt Wl *tf\\ft f\S* ...AND MANISCHEWI1 IS THE LIGHTEST! OF THEM ALL! *Zi£22E!t V'V rt, ** one of Check these other Manischewitz Quality Extras* W CTIY WISH ICGS IXCIUSIVIIY '" V,ncl.nd g w^^ dtm ""*** %  Food, pU.t • SUPER! COOKING SKILL # %  gWjftfS TIMDftWSS iw OF FINE PASSOVER



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    Pcge 14 A )IKLTO\ WRtBBMAN — vJeHi&ncrkfi&r^ U.S. Government Bars Arms, Forces French to Do Same Washington The U.S. Government has not only denied U.S. jet planes to Israel but State Department oflieials are subtly sabotaging Israel's chances of getting such planes from France. Recently France indicated a watm humanitarian response to Israel'! military plight. Negotiations were opened to sell Israel 12 new "Mystere IV" jet fighter planes. The "Mystere IV" is a Ci mpetent match for Egypt's new Russian MIC, France made known that secrecy was required to avoid placing an unnecessary additional burden French-Arab relations. The transaction was kept out of the -. by the French and Israel Governments. In due course the l nited States was officially ad\ sed of the pending deal. Stale Department officials iml liately and deliberately leaked a story to reporters It said, in affect, that the United States was "urging" France to sell the planes. The story mentioned the specific number and type. It was pointed out that American per mission was required under NATO regulations and that this %  v ernment approved. This unexpected support by the State Department accomplished its deliberately calculated purpose. France was embarrassed by the publicity Negotiations with Israel became hopeli -sly complicated. A French diplomatic source said American authorities who publicly 'urged" France to do what France was already Oil tinverge of doing ruined the hitherto secret negotiations. These American officials, the French diplomat said, were "certainly no friends of Israel." Once the story was out. Paris quicklv reacted. The French stressed thai if the United St) sincerely wanted Israel to have the jet fighters, the United Stateproduced many more than France. In fact, the United St had hundreds of surplus I'W %  available The French thought the United states was trying to eonfuse world public opinion on the Israel arms question and at the same time pass the buck to France. If the United States wanted France to risk further Arab host iiity, in the French view, the State Department should be prepared to aid France in Morocco and should be prepared to aid France in North Africa In the event French sale of planes to Israel representated a tripartite decision. France thought the tripartite powers should share the consequences. One thing was clear. The State Department's leakage cleverlv frustrated Israel's immediate hopes ot Betting the 12 French fighters. The issue was now involved in broader complexities What was the motivation'.' A ON THE 8 0" State Department SOUPCa explain ed that America s "best interest required that Israel be ret used arms. He alleged that should the Western nations sell munitions to Israel the Arabs would enter the A w|pE |S MANY W0 MEN. By Doris FkUehm* New York: Crown Publisher*, Inc. (14)0. communist embrace But Egypt has been sleeping with the Communists since last September. The State Department man also insisted that Western arms sales to Israel would jeopardize Arab Oil He cited dire Arab threats. The record, however, shows that the Arabs in 1948 threatened to deny nil to the West if the United States recognized Israel But the Arabs did nothing. When the German reparations agreement was pending, the Arabs threaten I Ui n Un *n. at, By HILARY MINDLIN ALL THE BOOKS on home management, cleaning hints and child care seem to be written by serene experts who kno \ do two loads of wash, wipe down an eight-room house, ru B J on the machine, cook three meals and several extra for th, Pai market, and greet husband and dinner guests with hair ami unruffled, glamor glistening in every pore. After this terrifviw of efficiency, an ideal by which every woman is inundated, Mrs book is like windows thrown open in a stuffy house. Doris Fleischman Bernays is a woman with many jobs two happily married daughters, housewife, and wife and busing ed to boycotl Germany. Again ner of Edward L. Bernays, "U.S. Publicist No. 1." Although*! thev did nothing. When Burmese top professional and was a virtual pioneer, with her husband public relations field, she maintains that she, along with most m come to the all-important job of homemaking as complete and "Each wife is a score of women—housekeeper, mother, plumber i playmate, kept woman and civic asset. If I wanted schooling fori jobs ... it would take a few lifetimes for lessons in cooking,! Premier U Nu ignored Arab attempts to prevent his visit to Israel, his stock actually rose in Arab capitals All the perfumes in Arabia ^^ mechanics j, lg psycnoloEy child £ would not sweeten the atmosJ; : _. ; „.. l>kn ..LM... „^.;_I ..: phere produced by the State Department arms policy. Israel Nor does Mrs. Bernays subscribe to the theory that shojajaJ housekeeping are intuitive skills with women. She has many; tales to prove the opposite view. She has discovered, too. that a! useful information may be gleaned from domestic conversation I are few ways more deadly dull. "I asked Madame Pandit what i Ambassador Abba Eban said "the people of Nrael believe that the current arms situation violates every principle of statesmanship and morality. We cannot believe that friend our hands held behind our back while our adversaries make readyto strike a blow at our head and heart." our areat and chivalrous i in diplomatic circles talk about. 'In Washington 0 she askti b in in* Wi^t want to see 1 The y talk about c lolhefi and servants," she said, somewhat h Jt u 7 w' "What do they talk about in India?' I asked. 'In diplomatic c SAM'L CARSOy — Can United Nations Really Prevent War in the Middle East? United Nations Secretary oi State John Foster lies still insists that solution i; theMiddle East pi up ti the United Nations. Britain's eign Sec elwyn Lloyd t the name mind. Both -peak in terms of I'nited Nations prevention Of war between the Arab (OS and Nrael That should, in opinion <>t x.me people in iflhington and London — and me here, as wellmake Israel feel better. But. somehow. Israel en to take to th ise comforting sentiment*. Israel keeps asking how the I \ could, i : would, prevent an oulhteak ot war. Now Mr UN" hunsoJf, Secretary General Dag Hamnurskjold. has virtually said what Israel ha beei contending right along: There is no way in which the ('nited Nationcan prevent a war Mr. Hammarskjold was asked nit prevention of war when he returned last week from a global to-ir which had taken him, among other place-, to Israel's capital and to the seats of the major Arab Governments. He answered that he saw "two lines of preventive action." One of these is centered about the work of the I'nited Nations Truce Supervision Organization, which tries to keep day-to-day conflicts from growing into major outbreaks. The other "preventive' action he saw as something thai he said he w HI Id call "midwifery." He talk ed a good Heal in an effort to define preventive midwifery. But it came down to this: The I'nited" Nations can make "continuous and intense study' of the problems separating contenders and can be "quietly helpful by being %  third party with which the two conflicting parties can discuss matters All ot which is very nice, indeed But suppose Kgypt doc n t want to "discuss matters'" What if Syria prefers to shoot while studies continue intensively'' Mr. Hammarksjold went no further than "midwiferj He said other things tJao. He said that ho could see no UN that the British notion that it would help to send military personnel into the area is out ol the question right now—since such sanction of UN action would have to come either from the General Assembly or the Security Council; and Mr. Hammarksjold insi-ted he HW no reason for asking either of these bodies for new bit I. 'In diplomatic 'Yes,' She smiled. 'Clothes and servants.'" On every page of "A Wife is Many Women" are some of t incisive observations on womanhood to be found in print. Mrwrites with the whimsy of deep calm and deep honesty. That) indeed, some household hints scattered about in the course i thinking, if only by negative example; but mostly there are i tips on tensionless living, constructed out of the thoughtful atl a remarkably human woman, stueided here and there with gleam of a bit of brass. On "the tyranny of possessions, for instance: "It is amaantl even essentials can be done without. I spent one summer every Item in a Sears. Roebuck catalogue. It was lots of fun." Ca| rapid turnover in theories of child-rearing (and Mr. Bernays i nephew of Sigmund Freud, by the way): "Everything we did ij| children was condemned a few years later." On food, "the tyi tyrants." and its companion dictator, the market, there is solid I "Never buy fruit with a large pit in it," from the president of a | company. "The steriliting process cannot penetrate and sh ci n;. both of consumer weaknesses and shady practices tailers. 'There is a date line on each can." for instance, "bati code not meant fer the public." And? on an important rein* sanctions concerning "the Pales.^ fl ^ ch jn(0 friend!thipl tine question. ., r %  ., „ ... ... %  ... „ it becomes a burden. become* a burden." By no means a feminist. Mrs. Bernays nevertheless has By ruling out the injection of military personnel, the SecretaryGeneral did not please the Britsympathetic note for the millions of unhonored and unsung ish and took an attitude which i By intellectually setting her own house in order, she speaks I close to Israel's. But Mr. Harfifhem. Hurried helpmates, a far cry from the dainty magazin*: marksjold's arrival at that conwhich constantly confront them, will take "Doric' to their heattrt elusion was from a viewpoint en just been released by the Parabaaed on the French court case of mount studios. Written, produced the turn of the centurv and a reand directed by Norman Panama cent book by Nicholas Halls and Ifelvin Frank, with crisp lyrics with a screen play by Gore Vidal and music by Sylvia Fine (Mrs A '.ennan-language "Dreyfus" pic Kaye, an d Sammy Cahn. the opus ture starring Fritz Kortner. mad,. .VI 'RA i..\S§\\ — shows the whimsical comedian to by producer director Richard 0 his best advantage, singing, dancwald. and William Dietarle'i "Zola" ing. fencing and loving, as "the film with Paul Muni and foseeh liower of knighthood" breaking Schildkraut dealing with the the power ot a mythological tunt subject, currentIv are being t in Britain, thereby ridiculing the released throughout the country multitude of martial historic films winch haiwept the country like Seventy six years ago, ORT was a dream of a few lonely. Russian pioneers who, with great vision, saw the torment of the economically rootless. To them, this was no mere exercise in history. great human problem. To salvage the unskilled wreckage ot governments and blind hatred was a SM which the pioneers of ORT were and X* !" •"KerrerS 22fJ ft "? %  ^!" e — '" strike but. in a last minute chat* an exhaustive inquiry into the q, ^T b v y salary, by a special committee htad M Th i man of the Knesset's Finance Commit hierarchy of the civil service was sent] story pulls no punches showing a midgets who go with him through British command,, the thick of battle until final v,cGe;maVr;c^m%hT p f pmg PS away and hid to dip into their pockets tV*CmM private phyeicians, and hospitals would admit onlv tory s theirs. pied Bordeaux Harbor. m oecu\^*ZZ ?•"*•• The ,awy s of th Ju *** "hiSrco f nstrucln P ^L' n "* "" "" """"* remained at work. m ti*J The strike had been dreaded fo %  "* ^ three years the profeesionals had j*< for higher salaries, since the ""tinueo coat -of living had diaaanashed their res.



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    Page 4 A *-JewlslincrlMr. Ben Gurion's obdurate insen^itivity toh inability to support a sudden influx of six million additional It Jews. I might add, accustomed to a high standard of living. Mr. Bon Gurion. I am sure, will not easily fnreet this which must rank hi its intelligence with Mr. Dulles' "brink of i and "Russia is losing ground" statements. I am. however, also i :ilily sure that Mr. Ben Gurion would not meet with such sharp i cism again were he to make a series "of similar observations in 1 That he has learned his lesson does not prevent Israeli 1 Minister from coming up with-even more dangeroufaux pas int fields. And that American Jewry does not criticize him anewi less our loss of intellectual courage than our failure to understand! nature of our reje^. -Fearful of sounding the alarm in the avoiding s*Tf criticism, we have fostered a sensele>Mtuation and| tacit approval to equally senseless Ben Gurion rhapsodizing* o • o o • i. A REPORT FINALLY ACHIEVES UN SIGNIFICANCE "At two o'clock in the morning. Mar 4. an Israel poutf pa vessel, escorting a party of fishermen off the nortlieastern-jnw Lake Tiberias", ran aground on a rocky reef in shallow waj^H stranded patrol boat eatne under heavy automatic tire fa*f>i positions on the shore, as did other craft which attempted dttrfc?! niht to tow it off the reef." So reads a report dated Mar. 7tt! president of the United Nations Security Council. Montreal R. Kidron. deputy permanent representative of I-r*lj the I'N, continues in his report to chronicle the aftermath of thisnr -that "at QB45.the Israel Ministry for Foreign Affairs informed! Headquarters of the United Nations Truce Suoervision Organization] Jerusalem that a police rescue launch would be sent lo low the st. vessel away;" that "at 1220 the United Nations chairman of the i mission informed the senior Israel delegate that he had been in i tact with the Syrian local commander who had undertaken interfere with the rescue operations;" that "about the sameil these di-ciissions were going on between the chairman of the Armistice Commission and the senior Israel delegate •' W ol < roawd the demarcation line into Israel, seized the rescua h its wounded crew and dragged it ashore." The report lists further grievances, including the Mar. 5 down of an Israeli airplane in the Huleh area, and concludes very grave view which the Government of Israel takes of these acts of aggression which must inevitably exacerbate the tense in the Middle East." -a* Certainly, the grievances set forth by Mr. Kidron _ae-* plorable examples of Arab violence. But it is equally certain SfcA" Kidron report differs very little in substance from coun less ports handed to the Security Council during the pa-t tnree j years. Only the circumstances surrounding its distribution nation make it significant at this time. o o • o o WESTERN FOREIGN POLICY A HOUSE OF CARDS On Mar. 3. one day prior to the Lake Tiberias inc. n Glubb Pasha was ousted as commander of Jordan a highly Legion. Almost simultaneously with the Syrian snOoU g, C|ir0 m i FR??*,* Three" leader*—Egypt. Saudi Arabia and Syria—met in OLA •! effort to wrest Jordan from British control and to destroy a .r~ %'XX oi Jordan's joining the West-sponsored Baghdad I ac' £fir ; Dulles-designated "north tier" arrangement against comrn %  Attention: STATE DEPARTMENT Lfunes-aesignatea "nortn tier' arrangement **;• % % %  — w hicb sion into which we have thusfar refused to enter but to ^ ^ now succumb. Our continuing refusal has been base .? Mr •• NaS*J objection to the pact and our unwillingness to anger apparently a matter of little significance now.) .„,_..„ the! Even a* the Arab "Big Three" on Mar. 4 offered A m "\ rt < million dollars annually granted by Britain for th ^., in a n Jordanian Arab Legion. Prime Minister Sir Anthonv t.a ^ Wf ordinary session of Parliament declared that a reapP" • order attitudes toward I*fVI and the Arab nations was no* ^1 blame for Ihe Near-East crisis could no longer flati) k raeI rourUv*" 11 Perennially surprised at the continuing failure oi ^on. and always ready to make excuses for Arab League ss t|tft the U.S. State Department Mar. 5 was forced to recogn Continued an Fag* 10


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    Page 8 B >j&dstltegB*iL rdcalm of ^>c Miss Cohen's Fiance Is David WilUaffer Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen, of the Westover Arms hotel. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Arlene. to David Chick Willinger, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Israel Willinger, Montreal Canada. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Normandy School and Walsh Business School. Mr. Willinger is a graduate of the Baron Byng High School oi Montreal. He served with the 101st air borne division of the Unite* States Army and is now residing in Miami Beach. No definite date has been se for the wedding. Miss Masarek Plans For August Rites Dolores Carol Masarek and Paul Hirschberger, who met at a Temple Israel Young Adult meeting, are planning their wedding for next August. The bride-elect is daughter of Mr. and lira. Jew Masarek, 34. N\v 117th st. She formerly lived in the Bronx. NY., and attended high school there. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Hirschberger. J a c k > o n Heights, N.Y.. now lives at 24 Zamora ave.. Coral Gables. H tended high school in Brooklyn and was in the Coast Guard three years. He Is associated with a farm products company. titfmfoted Ar ilnmi'r MISS mam contn Siegel, Slome At Home on Beach Alter a honeymoon in Nassau, Mr and Mr-. Arnold Slome are at home at 2021 North Meridian ave. They were married Fun 4 in Tompie Israel, with Rabbi Joseph Narof officiating Mrs. Slome. the former Arlyne Sii -••!. ithe daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Siegel, 2010 Prairie ave. She la teacher at Central Beach Elementary School. Mr Slome is an attorney on Miami Beach. His parent* are Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Slome. 1606 Pennsylvania ave. ,. ,in. • V MM. WIUIAM TREITMAN CIONHJ Est. 1924 if WISH CAMP or S.ime Ownership Since 1946 Camp Osceoia FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River and Silver Lake, Horse Shoe, N.C. Riding Private Lake All Lar.d and Water Sporti CihKill, C......... C.ipable Seasoned Sabb.ith S*r*.r--s Seasoned St.ilf. Resident Physician and Nurse, Jewish American Cuisine Ai i re llt.'d M.mi AMERICAN CAMIM.Vi ASSOCIATION Directors: Herbert anri Bi'7536 BUCCANEER AVEMIAMI BEACH. FLA. MISS DOIOKIS MASAKIK Leila Waldman Weds Howard Treitman Waldmans Crown hotel. Miami Beach, her fathers hotel, is where Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waldman gave their daughter. Leila, in marriage to Howard Treitman. son of Mr. William Treitman and the late Mrs. Treitman. of Brooklyn. N.Y. The wedding took place in the Lord Balfour room on Sunday. Mar 11. and was attended by over 300 friends and relatives of Miami and Miami Beach. The bride wore a white nylon tulle dress, with bodice of handclipped Alencon lace, appliqued of lace and pearls, which extended into a cathedral train. The bridal fOWB of seed pearls and seouins held her veil of silk illusion. White orchids and lily-of-the-valley on a white confirmation Bible made up the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch was her siater'a matron of honor. Miss Naomi Treitman. sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Niece of the bride. Robin Ann Berkowitz. was flower girl and Avrum Berkowitz, her nephew, was ring bearer. Best man for Mi lister WM Morris Waldman. In the wedding procession were ten ushers After a honeymoon trip to Nassau, the couple will make their home at 2502 Prairie ave Miami Beach. tmanu-tl in Radio Program With Student Participation Religious school Of Temple Fmanu-KI will present a radio broadcast, "The Adventures of an Afikomen." on Sunday morning. Mar 18. 9:15 a.m.. over station i WIOD. according to Saul Rabin, educational director. Playlet is under the direction of Mrs. Trixie Levin, dramatics instructor. Musical accompaniment is by Joseph Schreibman. Participants will be Pamela Greene, Marsha Classman, Karen Lytton. Howard Hirschfield. Charles Homer. Alan Kurzweil. Efrem Leiber and Harvey Shapiro. Good fiews from son Bernard came this week to Mr Max Appiebeum. of Miami and New York. Bernle's been the Dean's Honor Uat at Pennsylvania State College of Opt !" TheiT first bO*n has arrived to Shirley and Norman Loftr, of 3rd st. He's Mark Steven, born at Jackson Memorial hospital 6 Mother's the former Shirley Jacobaon, whose parents a i Irving Jecobeene, 435 SW 19th rd. Paternal Krandpar,2 Jack Luoers, of Newark, N.J. Bather is in Miami to welco^' grandson. Mrs. Sadie Heifeti, of Chicago, will be visiting her daughter. son-in-law. the Charlee R. Jacebeens, at their Venetian causeway ment for several months. The Heifeties are close relations 7 famous violinist, and Jacobean visitors are always assured of i anecdotes about the virtuoso. Among little known facts: Jeecha Heifeti is an accompi accordionist and composer and can improvise with the "coolest in jam sessions. COLDiN WIDOWS ENTERTAINING GUESTS ... EN MUTE Sheridan ave.'s Ted Beskins are back after their cruise to and Nassau, during which they marked their 19th wedding anmvti, while aboard the SS Evangeline. Friends with them werehV,, Mrs. Sid Goldberg, 4551 Prairie ave., and the Fred Steams, of Bostm] The Sam Goldsteins, of Alton rd., are entertaining Dr. and Unf Levin, of East Chicago. Ind.. at their 5185 manse. Entertah has been including a yachting trip and several dinners in the honor. While guests of the Goldsteins' son and daughter in-law.aV.j Mrs. Burton Goldstein, of Rivo Alto Island, are her folks, Mr. ad? Max Goldstein, of Atlanta. Visiting her daughter and son-in-law. the Harry Frohn West Broadview dr., is Mrs. Erwin Beber, Roanoke. Va H L., soon be off to Bahama Country Club for a golf tourney there.. .j George D. Saxes, of the Saxony, are entertaining the Windy Nora and Sam Bergman, who arrived here for a two week stay f Jamaica Islands vacation. Sam's president of the Exchange Insurance Co. and directs the Exchange National Bank, Chicago. George is chairman i] board. CHILDREN ON VACATION ATTORNEY N£RAl BACK HOSTESS Sunday. Mar. 11. was the day of the 50th wedding anniver Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel, 4115 Pine Tree dr. Mrs. Maurittl is entertaining her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, White, of Washington, DC. With the couple are children Sharon and Miriam. Two-month-old daughter Judith Sown rea in Washington. Ruth's a former Miami Beach High grad. .. Recent guest of his niece, Majcie Bossman, of 1560 Drexeli was Harry Robenfeld, of Scranton. Pa. Harry* back North I where he's a business executive. Mrs. Lillian Frumka* is IoonaiJ ward these days to the return of her son, Lt. Melvin, formerly f" %  asJaUnt attorney general. He's en route from Sacramento. and expects to resume his law practice here. Meanwhile hosting two aunts at her Lenox ave. home. Mrs. Freda Rubin, Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Robert Maasell, Newburgh. N.Y. Mar. 12 was the date of the 34th wedding anniversary of Mr. Mrs. Sol Silv.rman. 1550 Jefferson ave. Molli.'s presidedJf Greater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged. ssw| have decided on no particular social event to mark he oecajM cause the month of March is filled with so many philanthropic ana events. ,i But. on Apr. 30. the entire community will h..n.^MoWj at an informal dinner dance in the Algiers hotel lu .twm also mark the dedication of the Mollle and Sol S,Ivtrmsf W therapy room at the Jewish Home for the Aged. TM coup* here ten years ago from Toledo. O. ^ The Victor Crowns, of Philadelphia. Pa. are P !" *Jp new son born Mar. 10 in Philadelphia. "£?r oi^iTSJ Cohen, whose folks are the Alex S. Cohens, 2220 s^KKhJ* "' "Eight Action-Packed Week s THIS SUHM* SEND YOUR BOY 10 gamp (Zfovuft*} IN TMl COOl ItUi RIOOC MOUNTAINS teal Cmmpimt Bsf** '"*'" prRSONsBl WH0AIS0MI FARM FRESH WOO • OT Nt a MOfrfIN FACILITIES Coll NE 5-5756 for Details ORREI Colonial and Traditional Furnishings Interiors OPEN Mon.. Fn. Bat i 7tS NJ. USth St. Ph. 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    iTroupeAims Good'Here Mhrkood Traveling show „, been %  %  n,ted by LSn Bo.hb.rH. ol 2212 1 avf Miami. E^heldattheJe** C. ,„, A*ed '-' n ; h lUd offering at Variety L Hospital Feb 19. Lf the Dunes motel, his announced his candidacy for council in the Surfside elections on Mar. 20. Hirschfield has been active in United Jewish Appeal campaigns and is also a charter member of the Surfside Masonic lodge, as well as a 32nd degree Mason. He is one of the organiaen of Surfside volunteer fire department and is also a former member of the executive committee of Surfside Civic Association. He is a member of North Shore Jewish Center and is on the board of trustees of Temple Kmanu-EI. Hirschfield is a committeeman for Cub Scouts and is an assistant Boy Scout leader. He is a rrtember of North Shore B'nai B'rith and also a member of Surfside Junior Chamber of Commerce, as well as an associate member of Surfside Chamber of Commerce. He is one of the owners of Alliance Tire Co. in Hadera, Israel, and is now building the Americo Chemical Co. in Tel Aviv. Three generations of Hirsehfield's family are residing in Surfside. Hirschfield says he is in favor "of town employees to be given a Civil Service protection plan, and I also would like to see proper school bus transportation for school students of Surfside." Hirschfield resides at 9040 Bay dr. with his wife and three children. Page 15B Original Skit Scheduled i the home of Mrs. Charles Rosen1 blatt. 5225 Alton rd. An original Naomi group o, HWHMWth will skit by Mrs Litvak will be premeet Monday evening. Mar. 19, at MBted, '*•• %  s Book Review Scheduled Luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge will take place at the Di Lido hotel Tuesday noon, Mar. 20. Mrs. Gershon S. Miller will review "The Diary of Anne Frank." ng before a capacity crowd at hi lackoff dinner last [Richard Gerstein, candidate for State Attorney, told basis on which he would seek office. Introducing to 200 quests in Colony restaurant was co-chairman Lee. who presented the candidate with a "pre-camJgift" of a new pair of shoes "to replace those he will before election day. May 2." A war veteran, Ger' with the county solicitor's office for more than rears until this month. Meet Slates Mental Health elemental-) and junior 1 Parent Teachers meetI held m the -chool cafef -Monday evening, Mar. *ttl bo shown entitled •o Life." in conjunctive program theme of Nth Following the film there will be an audience participation and panel discussion. Members of the panel include Miss Lois Parks, director of the Miami Mental Health Society; David Platt, dean of boys at Nautilus School-, Mrs. Lester Stepner, par ent; and Neil Sonnet, student. In Harmony • In all art, harmony brings a feeling of rrtfulness and inspiration. A beautifully designed memorial has the same effect. When blended with sky and trees and green preen grass it is an uplifting sight to all who see it a lovely fitting tribute to the one who** name it bears. • • A memorial is one of the most important purchases you icill ever mal{c. BUY with confidence /'<"" SB#^S*2S*2S<>SS*^S*SS*3S< DAIRY Extends / H0UDAY GREETINGS announces fhof only the products bearinq the following endorsemenf: Homogenized Milk • Pasteurized Milk ^V^u-, Fortified Skimmed Milk • Light Cream / "S^ Light Sow Cream V"" ,fk o^** • Heavy Cream • Butter • Cottage Cheese • Eggs Supervised ana* Endersed fey the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH (the only community-wine Vaod Hakashrath, which it a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation} M Kosher for Passover RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of Hi* Greater Miami Vand Hakothruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashrwth Mashgichim we taking care of Kashrvth at the farms and the pasteurising and bottling plants Tell Your Driver or Place Your Order Now Ask for Borden's at Your Neighborhood Store PHONE PI 7-16.1



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    J2*h*J!$r Hii?*n Pags 9F of Orthodox JewlsH Sisterhoods in Passover Affair | US. UHOLD KATZ [Botwin Wears Itfng Hand Worn Lndmother I bride Saturday. Sylda Joy Iwore a gold wedding band ndmother, Mrs. Benjamin received mure than 50 otwin became the bride of Hutt in an 8 p.m. cerei Hillel House at University ki. Rabbi Yaakov R


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    Page 10 A Orthodox Council Issues Statement K;ibbinical Council of Orthodox RabMa of Greater Miami this week called attention ot the public to re to the rule's nnd regulations ( rerning the forthcoming Pass r holidays which opeU Mar. 27. Sunday nigh!. Mar. 25. all cho%  mad he cleared from the c and the traditional "searchol the chometz" takeplace, by the head of the b< use with appropriate prayer i the Rabbinic statement said. mday, Mar 26. during mornthe "firt horn"' arc I from their fast thr yum" completion I '!. mudic tractate. Chometz may eaten until 9:45 a.m. Chometz must l' sold not later than 11 a.m.. chometz must be burned by 11:18 a.m., the statement warned. The public must know that if a certain article is advertised as Kosher for Passover it is only valid ii it is approved by a qualified hi. It a rabbi's name appears on merchandise and the :n is unknown to the individual. ibinical Council members will furflish proper information coni ning the article and the person 'All hotel and restaurant estabnents I r Passover must have %  • strictest rabbinic supervision, I 'h for ko-hering of the premises actual preparation of the food. Rabbinical council depi pie who commercialize on the fjous holiday of Passover and traditional seder services by .. %  : h lood under the disKosber Style or Traditioni Ifeml • rol the Rabbinical incil will not endorse an) hotel her function through • ut the year if they resort to these +Je*ishnt>r*m9rf_ Z" dQ Y'Man*. Pallot is Named Chairman arts Administration of a certificate I torney and former US of appreciation to B'nai B'rith inr ^ *** elected vice ten years of continuous voluntary service to hospitalized veterans ac toss the nation featured a week ,nd meeting held in Washington. i('. at the Statler hotel, of the U'nai B'rith national service committee for the Armed Forces and Veterans. During its two-day business sessions, E. Albert Pallot, Miami ati Navj | the B'nai B'rith commit? mittee member for ten'vem lot has held a number of £1 positions ,n B'nai B'rith and i,, an officer of District Five Campaign Quarters Opened Official Dade county campaign headquarters for the candidacy of Nothan Anderson Miller for Dade county school superintendent are now located at 2208 NW 36th st. Mrs L M. O'Neil. of Hialeah, has been appointed office manager,' and plans call for the campaign' I office to be open daily Monday Samuel Spitz AccJ 78. of 1555 Cali, DrfJ Ml '''"' '" >ed tin, H March 7th, 1956 H L % former rendent of Bn, n ^ New Jersey and i, unnti t his wife, K..% %  ions, MiinZ and Abraham: and daujUm Ethel Merkei and Sylvu p|2 iner; si o Rrandchddrta u& great erai i hildren. Int cni|B| place in New Brunnrit New Jersey. Home loan bank board. Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation officials and area savings and loan executives meet at an informal luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Home Loan board chairman Walter McAllister, board member Ira Dixon and John A. O'Brien, assistant general manager of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance *Corporation. stopped off in Miami for a brief discussion with executives from 15 of the savings and loan associations of Greater Miami and the lower East Coast before returning to Washington. Officials were in Florida attending the U.S. Savings and Loan League Southeastern Group convention meeting in Boca Raton. At speakers table (standing left to right) are Joseph M. Lipton, Florida director of U.S. Savings and Loan League and president of Dade Federal; O'Brien; Carl Distelhorst. executive vice president. Florida Savings and Loan League. Seated are Walter McAllister, chairman. Home Loan Bank board; George Caster, Zone 1 chairman and president of Coral Gables Federal; and Dixon. 1956 "Everyman's Income Tax" ] For Income Tax Returns i To Be Filed in 1956 j Pick Up Your Copy or Send 5* in Stamps or Cash to: FIDELITY TITLE CO. TOM BlAKf, President 305 Langford Bldg. Miami, Fit. unethical practices ol misrepresentation and commercialization of religion," the statement concluded. IE INffl... KI SEE IT Continued from Pg* 4 A new had occurred over the weekend, which could not be easily •nterpreted by glib-tongued and oil-oriented Herbert Hoover. Jr.. as being in consonance with American interests abroad. In the face of these power-bloc shattering incidents—with the tan -hadow looming ever larger in the Near East—the Mordecai Ml report to the Security Council for the first time assumed the er>ergent significance which reports of a similar nature had been ;: viously denied. • • • • MR. BEN GURION SPEAKS THE ENRAGED PROPHET However, on Mar 6. Mr. Ben Gurion spoke. Waving the finger


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    Page 2 A ~frr?tf nr ** Ue gl Jndof.l Jewish Home Eyes Double Celebration Jewish Home for the Aged will have double cause for celebration at its 11th annual membership meeting on Sunday afternoon. Apr. 1, according to president Abe Kurman. It will have groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Trau Pavilion, which has been made pos• sible by GtU Trau, one of the founders of the Home, and will Rlao burn four notes amounting to S40.000. thus wiping out the remaining indebtedness on the $300.000 Ablin Memorial which was dedicated only about a year ago. "We are keeping faith." Kurman stressed, "not only with thoM whose contributions and work made the Home and its progreu possible, but perhaps even more important with the senior citizens themselves because of our pioneer ing in philosophy and program as well as in physical facilities. We are grateful for. and proud of. the local, state and national recognition the Home has achieved." Irving Cypen. chairman of the board, will chair the meeting and indbreaking ceremonies Onethird of the board is to be elected MORTGAGES-S500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under Construction or Completed. Will Buy or '.".ike Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages. unlimited Insurance Funds. PHONE 9 3444 at the meeting. A slate is beins; prepared bv a nominating committee headed by honorar> president Harold B. Spact. Other membeis are Mrs. Sol Silvorman. Dr. Jan Spirer. Leo Steminan and Julian Weinkle. Apresident of the Wo men's Auxiliary, Mrs. Silveiman will report on the work and progreM that organization, which is the largest women's organization in the count) and which not only provides S18.000 annually in operating income to the Home, but ftbo has made possible the physical therapy room and its equipment, which have been named in honor of KM. Silverman and her husband. Judge Segall Seeks To Retain His Seat Judge Sidney L. Segall will be a candidate in the May Democratic primaries to succeed himself as judge of the Dade County Small Claims Court. He initially received the post .,a result of his appointment by Gov LoRoy Collini to fill out Dade county's judicial set-up with its in 11 complement of 23 judges. The 47-year-old candidate heard 2 888 eaats ra I of better than 115 per week-—during his first SIX months on the bench and thereant attorney general in Florida, he has served by appointment as a member of the Florida State Improvement Commission. In addition to his membership in the Dade County and Florida Bar Associations. Segall belongs to Miami Zionist District, of which he served as president for three years, is past secretary of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'nth. was active in Young Democratic Club and Jaycees. In 1948. he served as chairman of the speakers bureau for the Young Democrats and in 1952 was chairman of speakers bureau for Adlai Stevenson. Segall was a can didate for state legislature ii 10*0, losing by a narrow margin to Rep. Dante Fascell. KN ESETM ,V J Cu Spt.k w "•AIM GRADE, P„ U| "TEHUDA HAtfvr A* WMioiopr. 0 fooftl AUGUST BROS L a CJA MONTH in Greater Miami >> SIDNH SIGALL bv reducing the case backlog from six months to five weeks. Segall isaid this week thai he would run on his record "as a judge" and his i "background experience as an attorney, a prosecutor and Democratic leader." Born in Tampa. Fla.. and reared in Miami, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Segall. pioneer family here since 1910. He is a graduate of the I'niversity of Illinois, AB degree, and Northwestern I'niversin law school, degree of Juris Doctor. Admitted to the Florida Bar in 1933. Segall has been practicing bare since that time, with the exception of the period during World War II, when he served in the Justice Department. 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MARCH 20 — Women's Division Board of Directors Meetings—10 a.m., home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 5045 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach. MARCH 20 — Miami Beach Campaign Workers Meeting — with Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary. Luncheon: 12:30 p.m., Algiers Hotel. MARCH 21 — All Divisions Report Meeting. MARCH 22 — Special Meeting — all CJA and Federation officers (Tent.). MARCH 27 and 28 — (Passover) "CJA Month" in all Synagogues and Temples. MARCH 29 — "COMMUNITY ASSEMbLY FOR SURVIVAL" — 8 p.m.. Miami Beach Auditorium. Enroll as a Volunteer Now! ... give one hour to save a fife .. CALL JE 8-4331 MONDAY FRIDAY 9 to 6 ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING let and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NIT YOU I*, and 10% PER ANNUM. Mr. • Phone 9-3444. 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    March 16, 1956 +Jt~Ut ncrMietn feminine fair: \^Jn the encft k • hy the Alpha Omega iiiliarj Proceeds of thifund-raising af1 will be donated to the Israeli ntal school. '. %  ill begin 1:30. at the v i< rs hotel, Tws| 20. Member ol the auxiliary, which ite entirely %  I dentists' wives. mudel clothes from Small's I Miami Beach, with hair styles IJ. Baku Dr. Louis Galen, past national pident of Alph.i Omega dental lenity, will be guest speaker. Ralph Leidner and Mrs. •ticAlenier are co-chairmen of tffiair. In charge of tickets is '• Aired Feinglass. Royal Hungarian*)^ Restaurant For Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Traditional Cuisine—Use Oar Kosher Catering Facilities 731 WASHIN6T0N AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-5401 *m Kalz's -^3 Restaurant Traditional Passover Seders Conducted by CANTOR ISRAEL BLOCK $12.50 per Person for Both Nights $30.00 per Person for I Nights For Reservations! Mr. Kotx, JE 1-7235 500 Collins Avenue ii Flagler' :ked; to be Id Wednesday Jomens Group of Flagler-Gra* Jewish Community Center !" t o go into competition with Mrs. America" contest >' chose their HM Granada thi> own "Mrs. >t a women's W week. Name Of the er will be announced WedmysSONNTAG'S FLAMINGO --~: RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH finest in Kosher Cuisine BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 26th, 4 P.M. We Will Serve Strictly Kosher Passover Dinners UNDER SUPBRVISON OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Sensible Prices No Reservations Necessary Phone JE 1-9952 Air Conditioned Ope* Passover Week Reservations Now Accepted CALL JE 4-2655 KOSHII IESTAURANT I DELICATESSEN DELICIOUS KOSHER L'PESACH DINNERS with all the trimmings from $2.25 1141 WASHtNOTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HALL MIAMI BEACH MARGARINE Su 8nN Were J ud ed %  bak%  Wy and other domestic tal\.m* .were Mrs. Leo Heim a roM s,r ">npf. president of Center. Pi*mi*m Ne. I liasweeNiMet 1 eetWi Um\-Swt*\ CfcecWete Chipi P abbi Jo ph E. Rackovsky WCHIG N AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH '


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    Pcrqe 12 A *Jelstf*>rldlori J^oy.MoRfc, bargtel itsTft wtttatmm HtRBtRT SLOVIS Academy Student Bar Mitzvah Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fenaterhein, of 2208 Rodman st. Hollywood, will become Bar Mitivah on Saturday. Mar 17. at the Hebrew Aca*W Rr>' Alexander S. Gross will officiate The Bar Mitzvah has been attending the Academy since September, 1950. He will conduct the Shachrit and Musaf services and read the Portion of the Week from the] Scroll, in addition to the Haftorah. Lester, who is treasurer of his | eighth grade graduating class, is, also a member of the Boy Scout Troop of Hollywood and a member nt the Hebrew Academy Choral Group. Mr and Mrs. Fcnslcrheim were active hoard members in Young brael of Brooklyn, prior to their arrival in Hollywood. The Fensterheim family were founders of the Yeshiva Torah Vodaeth of Brooki\n Mrs Pensterheim la an active hoard member of Hebrew Academy Women Kidduah will follow the services in the Academy and a reception Will be held Saturday evening at Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Out-of-town guests will include Lewis Fensterheim. Long Beach, N Y uncle of the Bar Mitzvah; and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lederman, Forest Hills, NY., uncle and aunt. Norman Sckwarii Bar Mitzvah at Temple Norman Alan Schwartz will bey, come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday (A Bar Mitzvah Will Be Feted Sunday Herbert Nathan Slovis will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Mar. 17, of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William Lipson t rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Slovis, 711 SW 24th rd Miami, and attends seventh grade at Shenandoah Junior \.|, am High. He is also a student at Beth David religious school. Kiddush will follow the service. SCHWARTZ (-'">t Portions „f he ,JJjP Norman is he ^ Mrs. Murray SchwanP. Euclid ave„ Miami Bci He is an eighth tr*j,. Beach Junior ,„ and attends the rehgjoj Temple Kmanu-El. Rabbi I.ehrman's Family gathering to honor Herbert the Bar Mitzvah wrwM and his sister, Charlotte, will be based on the Weekly ] held Sunday afternoon at home. Law. Leonard Robert, son oi Mrs. Etta Levy, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple EmanuEl on Saturday, Mar. 17. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Leonard is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Ariliiup! .• Richard, son of Mrs. Estelle Benach, 1150 100th St., Miami Beach, and Ralph Benach, Detroit, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Mar. 17, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. APARTMENT OWNERS We arc making 2nd mortgage loam Iron $5,000 to $50,000 on apartment houses. Lowest closing cost. PHONE MR. 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    Page 16 B *Je*lst>nar*tia/L_ HMarcfcj GLOBAL SHORTS NE WS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BONN (.JTA >—Although WeM Germany now admitvi-itors from manv countries without prior issuance of a visa, she is not willing to relax visa requirements for Israeli nationals. Federal Minister of the Interior Dr. Gerhard Schroeder has informed the Social Democratic opposition. In sponsoring a Social Democratic motion to abolish the' need for entrv visas in the case of Israeli visitors. Bundestag deputy I)r Karl Mommer argued that "we have moral obligationtoward the citizens of Israel that should prompt us to handle this matter as liberally as possible." PARIS —The French Government has informed Syria that France believes that if Israel resumes work on the hydroelectric development propect on the Jordan River it will be violating the annifr tice agreement and flouting a Security Council decision forbidding such work, it was learned here It is believed that the French note .almost identical to statements ma de to Syria by the United State* and Britain. ROME iJTA>—The best wishes ot Italian Jewry to Pope Pius XII on the occasion of his 80th birthday were voiced here this weekend BJ chief Rabbi Elio Toaff. in a specially-arranged nationwide broadcast. Eugene Zolli, former Chief R*bbJ <>l Rome, who converted to Catholicism in 1945. died here Friday. He was 75 >car> old. Born Israel Zolli. in Poland, he changed his first name to Eugene, in honor of Pope Pius XII. at the time ol his conversion. Zolli. who was first a rabbi in Trieste, was named chief rabbi here in 1940, and taught Hebrew at the University of Rome at that time. LONDON i.ITAi— The Archbishop of Canterbury headed a list "I prominent British Christian church leaders who greeted the AngloJewish community on the occasion of the tercentenary of the return • if the Jewto England. The Archbishops greetings and those of the other church leaders, including the Moderator of the Five Church Federal Council, which encompasses 23.000 churches in England and Wales, and the Moderator ol the Church of Scotland, were published in •Common Ground," publication ol the Council of Christians and Jews, • ON THE AMERICAN SCENE SEATTLE (ITA—Superior Court Judge Howard J. Findli y has ruled that "captive" religious services -hall not i>c allowed in the county jail and has upheld the King County prison rule that all religious services are to be held in the chapel. In effect, this banned evangelistic services in corridors and "tanks" of the jail, following a -uit brought by a county jail inmate. William Harvey Rhea. 25. a roofer serving a year on vagrancy and assault charges, against 19 religious organixationa which held their services in the jail corridors and "tanks. MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay iJTAi—Uruguay's diplomatic mission in Israel will be moved to Jerusalem, it was reported here. Decision to move the Legation was communicated by telephone to Israel Minister Matathuahu Hindes, who is now convalescing from an illness in a medical clinic here. The decision was front page news in Uruguayan papers The new-paper "Accion." commenting on the move, said that it implied the full recognition of the Jewish State's sovereignty. "La Manana." another daily here, said that the Government's decision had been taken despite representations to the contrary made by the United States and Great Britain. NEW YORK —Internal differences within the Zionist Organization of America emerged into the open when Louis Lipsky. Louis E. Levinthal. Dewey D. Stone, and Ezra Shapiro issued a joint statement announcing that their group—the "Independent Liberal Zionist Group" had decided not to appear on the ZOA slate of delegates to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress and had filed a separate list of "an independent group committed to a liberal Zionist program." These Zionist leaders also announced that they propose to call, following the World Zionist Congress, a constituent conference lor the purpose of establishing an Independent Zionist Organization in the United States. MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA^—The largest Jewish conference in the history of Latin America opened here with well over 1.000 delegates gathering to mobilize support for Israel in its current crisis and to express solidarity with the Israeli people. Uruguayan President Dr. Alberto Zuviria and other government officials received a delegation representing Jews of a number of different Latin American countries The delegation expressed to Dr. Zuviria the satisfaction of all Jews at the recent transfer of the Uruguayan Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, thus recognizing the latter city as Israel's capital. BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A delegation representing the Argentine Jewish community called on Minister of the Interior Dr. Eduardo Buseo last weekend and presented him with a memorandum calling his attention to anti-Semitic propaganda being spread in the Argentine by the German-language magazine "Der Weg." The delegation pointed out that the monthly, which originates in this country, is banned from West Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and a number of other countries because of its slanderous attacks on Jews. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA)—A party of 13 American Jewish soldiers who are in Israel on a training mission were given a special Punm reception at ZOA House here. The soldiers, all stationed in the Munich area and who arrived in Israel in a United States Air Force plane, broadcast messages to their families over the services of the Israel (iovernment radio system, Kol Israel. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel Premier David Ben Gurion warned King Hussein of Jordan that any attempt by Jordan to attack Israel "would be met appropriately." He sounded this warning after the Jordan radio announced that the King had dismissed Britain's General John Glubb—the famed Glubb Pasha—as commander of Jordan's Arab Legion because he had defied a royal demand to reorganize the Arab Legion "to meet the danger" of Israel. 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    Page_12B •MnlsHkrid&n.. Temple Israel choir will present uninterrupted rendition ol "Avodath Hakodesh," Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, during Friday evening services, Mar. 23. Shown (left to right) are performers Carolyn Pearce, Marilyn Pearce. Flora Previn. Virginia Engelbright, Fred Cushman, Fred Riebel. Wendell Alderson. guest director Prof. Joel Belov. of the University of Miami music scnooi. oantor jacoo ooriuubin and Frances Tarboux. Service will honor the late Harry Boyel, who was a member of Temple Israel board of trustees and chairman of the committee on sacred music from 1946 until his death some two weeks ago. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate, with Cantor Bornstein assisting. Schultz to Address ADL Board Meeting; Award to be Made Henry Edward Schultz, nalion.il chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will be principal speaker at an annual meet inn of the advisor? hoard of the Flouda regional office. Anti-Defamation League, to be held Sunday noon. Mar. 25. at the Algiers hotel. Geisimar Appointed Eaton's Manager Former Circuit Joudyc .loo Faton. a i andidate for State Senator. Wedlu day announced the appointment i : Siegfried Gei-mar ahis camp^.tn manager for Miami Beach. In accepting the appointment.] 1 -mar stated. "I consider Judge J"* Faton an outstanding young' man. capable in every respect and j v.irthy of the support of every' good citizen In my opinion, he J will truly represent the interests oi the people, not only in Dade, Btjr, but in all of Florida." Gei>mar ha> been, for many a civic and community lead-1 er .1 Miami Beach. He is former' .-man of the planning board of I "i Beach and is a director ber of the Civic League of i Beach. Miami Beach Tax : Payers Association. B'nai B'rith. PI American League. Humane So< Scottish Rite Temple. Mahi v inc. Hibiscus League. F & AM. > r Men s club of Temple EmanuE Judge Eaton promises, when elected, "to spearhead the enactn %  nt of legislation, to abolish the Mi K Commission and its price fixing power and to abolish secret utrvc sessions and secret comB iee voting." George J Talianoff is chairman of the Florida ADL board. Highlight of the meeting will be the presentation of the second annual Leonard L. Abess humanitarian award to Mayor D. Lee Powell, of Miami Beach. Former Mayor Abt Aronovitz. last year's recipient of the League's award for outstanding services in the field of human relations, will make the presentation. Newly elected officers of the advisory* board and executive committee will be installed at the BMW ing by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, a member of the executive committee. A New York City attorney. Schultz for many years has been active in civic and educational circles. In 1941, he was appointed by the late Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia to the Board of Higher Education of the City of New York. He served as chairman of the Queens College Board of Trustees and was chairman of the executive commitj tee of the Board of Higher Education from 1040 to June, 1053. A graduate of New York law schools, he is a member of the New York City and New York i State Bar Associations. His practice Includes labor on hbci "*r PtAtoa URGE and COWlEftj FOa THE THE EM GARDENS,! FIAGIEI ST. !" MS* 407 LINCOLN ID., Ji 4-JHI 2790 N.W. 171% j Nl S4SU II SO. FEMtM! (Ft Imimti JAW* Um4 fltmeri by Win | i Bon I Mrmlwn M\ TJari>h Delta iORI DAIRIES COMPANY A nnounces -,,i The Perfect Package For Passover Milk in the i SAVE FOR TOMORROW WHERE YOU CAN BORROW FOR TODAY Ssvinjs AccovnU^T/aft IfltereU Personal Loans Auto Loans Nifbt Depository Bankini by Mail Letters ol Credit Safety Deposit Boies Memhrr Trirrmt Brpatit Imtmrmmre lrprmtimm RANK ol MIAMI BEACH 937 WASH.NGTON AVENUE Sealking Plastic-Coated Leakproof Paper Carton £ k S3 £783 ^.arSHrsH vasassa JB "•" s *'""•""•• a Unitr the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakcshruth Rabbi Joseph E. RackovEky Congregation Beth TfUah. Director Be Sure It's Florida Dairies Phone FR 4-2621 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER look for the Passover Emblem on All Products



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    Page 2 B Jewish ncrktk*n_ Friday M^ fl &4Lout your Special \fasH>rit*s Vichyschav is an unusually fine potato-schav combined in cood. thick sweet or sour cream. Made with jarred Rokeach cream-style Schav, it's a filling but cool and refreshing soup to start a dairy or fish meal. New Passover Ideas from Rokeach Enhance Traditional Menu Effects Leek fer the Milkboy on the box and wropper MILKBOY is made in Switzerland — that genuine imported Swiss Gruyere jusf right for the YIDDISHEN GESHMAK Passover's tho time for traditioni ,1! foods, it's true, but what modern Jewish American home-maker doesn't like to add .1 new and extraspecial touch to her favorite old i ver recipes? Here arc some exciting new with Passover ready-to-serve foods, which come from the Test Kitchens oi I Rokeach & Sons, inc. manufacturers since 1870 of kosher food and household products This company has 86 strictI;, kosher for Passover items available this year including Cream Style Schav, Chicken Soup v itb IfatXO Balls, Gefillte Pish m Redi-Jelled Broth, and i most versatiU romato Sauce with Muahroon hay Ls v... m the tender : leaves of the Sorrel plant, an h. ii. oi the buckwheat iaaily, .pp the erron Sfcrrel learves, afso known as Sour Crass, is commonlj cooked as a vegetable, i salads, or pureed In soaps, in combination with i| In ich, tai or barley. Native Men Englanders arc known to gather Sorrel H at fir>t signs oi -pring to cook as %  table, while Indian Sorrel, a variety grown in the Tropics, icommonly used to flavor Jellies and to make cooling drink-. VICHYSCHAV l cup sliced potatoes 1 jar (23 fluid OXS Rokeach CreamSi vie Schav 2 to 4 tablespoons sweet or sour; cream Garnish of chopped chives, sliced cucumber or paprika Cook potatoes, drain and beat thoroughly until smooth. Slowly beat in schav. blending well. Stir ', j in 2 to 4 tabl esp oons of sour cream. according to taste. Chill thorough| ly. Juri before serving. garni>h with chopped chives, thinly sliced cucumbers, or a dash of paprika. Make6 servings BAKED FISHBURGERS 1 il lb i jar Rokeach Gefillte Fish in Redi-Jelled Rroth 1 (in Rokeach Tomato Sauce With Mushrooms 2 malaos Pram GefilHe Pith, reserving broth Mash fi.-h and carrots. Add j 1 table-poon of the Redi-Jelled Broth Combine remaining broth with Tomato Sauce With Mush, „ m Pour into well-greased square baking pan 8x8x2 inches] (ill each matzo into quarters. Spread halt ol the matzo pieces with flak mixture. Top with re-; maining mat/" glee to make 4, "sandwiches." Place in sauce in baking dish. Make' in a mod. oven (350 F.) 20 minutes. Serve hoi with a green salad, if desired. Makes 4 servings ** i3 thv DLM calorie conscio, A NEW EDITION OF THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! IT'S FREE FOR OUR READERS! All dates up to Rosh Hoshanah in 1958,' for ot youi dairy mealj and supper spreads —the perfect treal 'ice-box goniffs". Here it is—Milkboy! Not just Gruyere, but the very finest there is, fr.sr. mode in Switzerland ond imported by Borden to please .the Yiddishen loom. Keep Milkboy Brand handy — so delicious, nourishing and eo:y lo serve with soups, salads, in sondwKKos, end (or betweenmeol snacks. And, of course, a terrific treat (or icebox goni(s. Get Milkboy ot your grocer's todoyl AH Hebrew and English date* from 1931 lo 1958. All Jewish holidays up to 1M7. %  A 'new edition hut rome off the p lvw of Ihttt-YaeU Hebrew.Enfli.h Calender thai h. Iiawn M valuable to hundreda of thuioamla of Jewish familiei. This new ,!,tion. like ell the othera. It frea to our readers. For your copy, juel _wite a letter or poet-raid to:— H. J. HIINI CO.. Dept J| f IM.b.rg* 30. Pa. LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products hove Rabbinical Supervision rv nog) ins KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen II SI I II TETLIY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste.. s erved in a glass or cup Distributed by (fie BORDEN CHEESE COMPANY 1837 U* Cilorit-lnM ^"'" %  si B '"• Perfect Sea,'f Sugorne i i Guor <" 'MdNc..f AT FOOD & DRUG ST0*ttry7 PASSOVER TREATS FOR THE YOUNGSTERS!! n r EGG K1CHE Delicate, melt -in -your mouth] cookies ... light and delicious!'! I BOTH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER !| BOTH PARVE! Chocolate Coated EGG MATZOH! Our own famous I egg matzob coated with rick chocolate3 tempting, delightful delicacy! HOROWITZ-MARGARETENi Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FU. PHO* HI Good Any Time! p Guaranteed KosherRobbi Jacob Cotter. PICKIED, COOKED and SMOKED MEAT PRONGS nausfvc DIST*IBUTOK$ of w SOVIH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., 855 BWCAYftt ST., MIAMI BEACH HERMAN PEARl PHONES: "'ZZ !" tki**\



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    Cancer Unit $100,000 Goal lde county tn.t of the Cancer Society has an,1956 fund campaign **? D. Uff'cr. Presi*V figure public at a Jthc Unit's board of dithr Urmey hotel, fund raising operations Cornell. Jr. Miami busii and a Dade county hot 30 >ear> oidnadicounty s camicoincide with the nationjeer Cruude and will Uk on Apr 17 with a 1 r wiicitation. Mrs. Mar_ Crawford, of coconut Us accepted chairmanship adential drive. t Leffler explained that ^nt of all contributions Ld in our own division, !dude> many direct servIpade county cancer paljuppluns hospiUl beds, p and bedside equip1 transportation for medjient. r example of local servkancial aid to the Cancer Lf St. Francis and Mt. EfMM-f r Pupils Ptft* Ft Model SttV Thursday tlDU CORNUL, JR. Page 11 B |ner. Sherry Matter. Robin Beth Model sedar will he "presented Mark" Feller; Mother: Jennifer Wtaer. Marsha Silles. Ellen Klempby the nursery and pre-kinderRand; Choir: James Branodorf, ner, Anita Giller, Arlcne Schler, {' l1 f i n | lldren | o£ T em P e t EmnI*onard Feldman, Martin Fried, Tad Cypen and Martha Yavers. bi religious school on Thursday, Maxinc Rosenstein, David Abelow, Mar. 22. I Jeffrey Bander> Lynne Berman,' Program is under the direction Participant* are A n n o u n c e r Cath enne Eber. Michael Firtell. | of Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis, head Wayn Cypen; Narrator*: Andy j Franklyn Horowitz, Jo Ellen | teacher, assisted by Miss Sadye Lehrman, Robin Hirsch; Father: Kay, Eileen Kaplan, Steven LechtKlein and Mrs. Harry Rogers. Pelle Withdraws From Campaign Michael A. Pelle, Miami attor ney and candidate for one of the four circuit judge offices created by the 1955 Dade county census. Wednesday announced that he will not qualify as a candidate for that position in order to devote his time and effort to taking an active part in the coming presidential m* The Dade County j election. provides an extensive program aimed at canthrough early detecsmall percentage of the tied here go to help supHonda Division of the Organization which gives ito small county unit* Pelle said "it is most important to unite the Democratic forces in Florida in an effort to return Florida into the Democratic ranks in the coming presidential election." "My personal ambitions must be put aside temporarily and in the light of this major need, the duty to aid the Democrats of Dade county and of Florida." %  $— r Phone Me NAT CANS Ph. Ft 3-4616 HI o-WII un msviiAiict mas 1 WotroioHt— Life insoronct Co. 1 |3200 S.W. 3rd Awo.-"of 5 Poifs"j \timn suARtw rew Joins ty Firm pan Ginsbui tor of "J" rd, recently an(tnat nYrnanl Sklarew is l uith him in his oflh a< lived in the Greater since 1938 and has dela-t 11 years in selling *J Miami and Miami ciakzing in commercial hotels and apartment J*| master of the Samari> the Masonic Order of iL N T York and P ast fjn of Flamingo Court, 1 u Amaranth 8hrinerof the Mec* d assistant grand lee *+£ Amaranth f timber of the Zionist K America and lives 'home at 521 West 30th Listen to SCHACHTER'S DAiLY JEWISH PROGRAMS Every Sunday'2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RAUlO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL rh;'i Program is the first and has fho Largttt Listening Audience "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday—10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 OR dial) With Various features frodveed mad Directed by SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17tk 4v. Ph. 12-54f0 • NEW TIME FOR ; YmiSH CLASSICAL HOUR NoMtlr'o Yiddish Classical Hour < I *di bo hoard ovory Sunday from < 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two Now FMturoo > "THEATRE NEWS}" % Foaturlna Simon Wolff -FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shushana Spsctor STATION WWPB 1450 era Year Dial r^-~w-~w^> T SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS McArthur Jersey Farm Dairy 1 Provide K0SHF.R FOR PASSOVER Products "" C REAM SOUR CREAM COnAGE CHEESE r W mi s WITH rOUR DRIVtR Off CAU 34-1521 MSI N.L 2nd AVENUE Enjoy this tastier coffee RABBI-APPROVED FOR PASSOVER For Sabbath and weekdays, too! I ^C-^ ESCAFE the modern kosher coffee made to satisfy coffee hunger Yes, Nescafe Coffee is so much tastier, you'll enjoy it even on those occasions when you omit milk or cream! It's all choice coffee, nothing but coffee the pick of the crop from the worlds finest coffee plantations. No wonder it's a growing favorite! At mealtime, in between times, Nescafe truly satisfies your coffee hunger! Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbi J. H. Ralbag.



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    n J Mrs. Hyman Sneid had not seen her sister for 51 years. She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband. OriKinally from Vilna, Poland, Lisa spent a good deal of time m a German concentration camp during World War II. The reunion took place at Mrs. Simon Strunin's dr homo, and you can imagine that Lisa and Rebecca had much to talk about since. olans to visit here for about a month. The Strunlns, inciiiv are long time residents of this area. Originally from New Simon was in the plumbing business. He and wife Rebecca frequent trips to Miami and decided to settle permanently *rs ago. r€ Before returning to New York, Mrs Esther Feuer was recent L of honor at a dinner party, with hosts including her sons and Wers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fewer, 4460 North Jefferson and" Mr. and Mrs. Norman Feuer, 610 Michigan. |vcatinners don't always have to be coming from out of state njoy Miami. Vacationing" for an evening from their North d.home recently were Mr. and Mrs. Loojfcsrd Abess, who dined Charcoal I'll of the Coconut Grove3pPlayhou.se and then klfii a> Beatrice Lillie appeared in one W her final and hilariIperi'..rmances here. |M. Reuben Horowitz has been entertaining her sister, Mrs. •y Sharman, of Brooklyn-. Ishe'^ here with her husband and their son, Mark, all stopping : Fontainebleau. [While New Yorker Mrs. Mary Bass is guest of her brother and ir-in-law. the Alfred Obolers, 4520 Chase ave.. and also in Miami i for their annual visit from New York are Mr. and Mrs. Irving larptss... [They had as their guests at a Patio dinner party last week the I Cilltttes, 4585 Nautilus ct., and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Siegel, I bland ave. |Young Stephen Shore found himself io-the spotlightat the of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shore, 5004 North Bay rd i some 300 guests arrived to honor him on the occasion of his Jlfitzvah Mar 3. [Pink and white was the theme of the reception, with Mr. and A Hochberg, Stephen's maternal grandparents, coming down l New York to attend the reception. [Guests also included Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi and Mrs. i Kronish and Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer. Added touch [the formal pink dress worn by Mrs. Shore, which carried out |theme of the occasion beautifully. [Medical Note^: Friends of Dr. Marcus B. Cirlin were glad to that he's back at his 1754 Meridian ave. home following tency surgery at ML Sinai. [Hare's been devoting his time to the study of art, doing some ing in quieter moments, and he expects to return to these Hies as soon as his recuperation permits. [On their annual Miami Beach vacation are Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Interesting fact is that she's a practicing dentist, while retired from the profession and has also taken up art in a "s way. ^Some of Dr. Gerber's paintings have been in exhibitions here. W. he received a blue ribbon for art merit at Bath Page F' -1. [Entertaining his brother's family are the Walter P. Vollwoilers ^Visiting Gothamites are the Henry Vollweilers and daughter tho expect, to stay here a few weeks. [More About Visitors: Pittsburgh's Mrs. Bon Leventon is house P ln § it at the home of the Arthur Friedmens in Biscayne BVH nd Mr J Morr, Jacobs, of Corinth. NY., are steady ""Wnsitors from their Hibiscus apartment these days. He tormerly with the Federal civil service. L" nd Mr$ s 'd Lwis are back this week following a trip of [Mexico 5P nt visiting New Mexico, Los Angeles, Us Vegas remain here until after the holidays. I s and Blanche will Ell/vr 4 ^ for ,hc,r summer reaort, Duncraggan Inn, Hender[ %  vt., to prepare for the le summer season. t*rtf *" d Mrs H,rm M. Cohen, formerly of St. Paul and k bbi d !" t Beachitea, left Monday for New York and Israel... 'txnJ. ? Is rabbi em er'tus of Temple Aaron in St. Paul. Pect ,0 •* gone several months. Icifc P **** Nh ShT Pe r ? l the Eden Roc wm b* tne sile of a luncneon Bear on Rs who have worked so assiduously throughout hhpter h B th pro -> octs • • Mrs George Baltuch, who heads IHondav'f arranged some top Broadway entertainment for >te*i jJ2j on Assisting are Mrs. Benjamin Kimmol and 'vem n ?M m D W omen of the organiiation will see a film Tuesi Prin h David with the showing by John Feller, of "-nncipal note will be Mrs. Dorothy KrJeper Fink in a *oiT recent tour abroad • • ** former Miami Beach Housing Authority leader. tL Lt/i oman s "World ^^wiislbJEIIiOiciidlilGun Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16 Section B Mar. 7 meeting by both Sections here of the National Council of Jewish Women in Biscayne Terrace hotel united the efforts of these ladies (left to right): Mrs. Edmund Gamse, in charge of decorations; Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Section chairman of Thrift Shop; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Section president. 'BE A DOW IS THE THEME OF MIAMI LADIES' GATHERING Joint Section Meeting of Council Highlights the Thrift Shop "Be a Doll Give Your All to Thrift Shop" was the slogan and theme for the joint Section meeting and luncheon held Mar. 7 at the Biscayne Terrace hotel by Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Jean Lehman, Section presi-. dent, conducted a brief meeting in .... • •• which the slate for the coming year's officers was read, and the report given on Thrift Shop's successful season. Proceeds from Thrift Shop are used in Council's project for pre-school blind children and other worthy commitments. Highlight of the afternoon program was a skit entitled "The Big Pay-Off," in which members of the organization modeled fashions "circa 1910." and contestants vied with one another to win costumes. Program chairmen Mrs. Sam Kohlenberg and Mrs. Louis Spector planned the day's fun together with Mrs. Edmund Gamse, who executed the table decorations. Chairman of the day was Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Section head of Thrift Shop. 1 Mrs Robert Smith (left), president, and Mrs. Nathan Zwitman tfqht). first vice president of Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae AssStion of Miami, present a plastic heart model to Mrs^ Donald L. Padgett, chairman of lay education of the Heart Association of Greater Miami. Heart model will be awarded by the Heart Association to the winner of their annual school education contest. Founder's Day for DPhiE Alumnae Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Association of Greater Miami will mark the sorority's Founder's Day with a luncheon and fashion show at the Algiers hotel on Saturday, Mar. 17. Some 300 women are expected to attend the stellar event, which will feature a fashion show by Franklin Simon, with actives of Omega chapter at the University of Miami, and alumnae participating. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Louis Baron, 1825 Bay dr., with Mrs. Wilbur Wishner, 810 NW 84th ter., chairing the fashion event. Unique feature of the luncheon will be the presentation of a plastic heart model for education purposes to the Heart Fund Association of Greater Miami. The model will later be given to a local high school.



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    March 16 1 1 956 +Jmlst>ncr*Ran Gravity of Israel Crisis Readied Miami Jewry'! U-. > % % %  I I C!_._l_. .L_< Page 9 A m* ( rom f 2L } t F a,ion needs from North ^*our response was magWe met our responsibiUfl,,. vear the situation "nyjimiiar-in some ways grive. But what we did C an do again. We can be|must ^ jinklt, chairman, i'frift* Division CJA drive in 1956 is faced biggest task in its 18-year L_and no one man can do it 'no matter how devoted and pined he may be. I crisis today is one of manmd funds. With men and j of Miami united into a great unswerving and dedicated, ; get the funds because we [ready and willing to give. Israel will take heart, be hened and stand firm—just in need everywhere will edby our <"JA dollars." • • FritdUnd, chairman, art' Division tater Miami i> the national ker in our CHMS campaign tar. whole country has focused ention on South Floridians to ether or nut we can achieve baMo see if we are solidly I chairman Sam J. Heiman in st fail to work and give— than in any year since fwe are, in effect, condemnten< of thousands of men, women and children th Africa to an indefinite w of degradation and desJkis year itruly one of But Israel will not falter j as pacesetter^ in the United .neither will we." • • |Cirnr, chairman. Winter Division; coordinator, lth Arta Drives historians will someday | the struggle of Israel into its nd noble perspective. Now, can do is act quickly, from t. to perpetuate the democ*e helped create. le crisis campaign touches us Iferent wa> s. here in Greater But. whether we lend our |ia one welfare -ervice or anthere can l>" no question I the priority ,,f CJA over all philanthropicm 1956—the [of cri>i—th.year of deciLevinson, chairman. Division f daily hi lines tell the how Israel, -,.king peace, mu> desperately Wense against hostile neighhow Israel i.!, t l rmined to [wr dooropen tor thousands ^shto l eau Ih( „. nsion and of North Africa. me, tiis that means only one we, in the United must come to the aid of "y doing our full share, addition. I think there is for supportitm the less dra*d to and Mr*. Samuel Simonhoff, chairman. Woman's Division "To me the crisis campaign means life or death—literally— for over 126,000 children in Israel, Europe and North Africa. "The heartbreaking situation has been pat squarely up to us: who can guarantee fulfillment—through the 1956 CJA crisis campaign." • • Aba Kurmin, chairman, "Flyino. Squadron" "When I read about the thousands of aged men and women living safely in Israel's old age homes, else can help these children whose am doub, y p rou whether the l*k and the troubled en K '"•' K ''1 ''"el in our M %  Idle Bast is s i) in the not fail the our hope for the future, and we will finish the job successfully.' Area Campaign Stirs Pace Here As Near East Happenings Worsen Continued from Pago 1 A this year's drive. Organized on an unprecedented scale, the area drives are expected to achieve the greatest potential coverage ever attained in any CJA campaign. The Coral Gables planning group met Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baskin and outlined plans for volunteer enrollment and neighborhood solicitation. Noted increases in contributions were reported at the Building Trades Division dinner Tuesday evening, hosted by Col. Nathan B. Rood: Young Adults group met on Wednesday and Thursday of this week to plan immediate solicitation among their members Speakers at these events were Martin Fine and A. Budd Cutler. On Sunday, Rabbi Abraham Herson will dedicate his morning service at Tifereth Israel Northside Center to the enrollment of volunSffftlN uvmoti MIS. SIMONMOff KURMAN teers. Subject of his talk will be: "Our response to the Combined Jewish Appeal." Also on Sunday, a huge recruitment meeting has been called at Beth David to organize the big solicitation in the City of Miami. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg has made a personal appeal to all members of his congregation "to respond to the crisis call." To enroll still more workers in the area on Miami Beach south of Dade blvd., CJA joins forces with the Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary on Tuesday noon, Mar. 20. The group will sponsor a luncheon meeting at the Algiers hotel at I which Heiman will be principal speaker. In the South Miami area, Jewish residents also responded to*the call for volunteers and for increased giving in this year's drive. Edward S. Roth, civic worker who has been active for some years in B'nai B'rith and other organizations, has accepted chairmanship of the Miami area Campaign. Follow-up solicitation is proceeding in the Flagler-Granada area which opened its campaign last week under the direction of Sidney Stiller. Additional volunteers are needed in this area, Stiller stated Wednesday. The entire Miami Beach community is now reaching a peak in its solicitation program, it was announced by Jack Carner, coordinator of the Beach area campaigns. Cleanup solicitations are being held in the Bay Harbor area, headed by chairman Shepard Broad, and similar activity is going ahead in Surfside with Philip Schoenberg as chairman, and Normandy Isle area, headed by Louis Pritikin and assisted by Lou Segal and Morris Black. Scheduled for immediate organization is the Treasure Island campaign due to start next week, according to chairman Clement Ehrlich. Final solicitations are also under way in the North Shore area directed by Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, with William Blechman and Joseph Rosenblum as co-chairmen. GOLF CLUBS REFINISNED REPAIRED Goff's Golf Club Service 1423 Paoca da lean Blvd. Carat Gables, Ph. 83-2*59 Passover Candies Kosher I'Pesach ncs 1 ? ntra Archer Fruit Company 317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Opposite flamingo Theatre Phone JE 1-6950 ARCHIE BRICK Ih^V:"-• %  %  K-ryMiaiLw v ,hrnu h his "p1 |J' t ""'-'-""^ nation. \'V' ur CJA drive which ft n instrumentality for *Cne T" a busines ive more than 'm*& <• 8 "< •• %  PEPPER KLIMT MAKES PASSOVER A REAL YOM TOY Check These Items on Your Next Shopping List: LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS: a CUCUMBER DELIMIT a SAUERKRAUT a KOSHER PICKLES a HORSERADISH AND Bf ETS a PEPPER DELIGHT a COOKING BORSCHT a DE LUXE a PLUM TOMATOES a HORSERADISH Kosher for Passover Undtr Suprrvision t GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky, Dlf€fr Seashore Food and Pickle Products PHONE MU 1-3541 (Renai.) IIWMJIMI illHlM XXWM00UCH ^eadAo^ie DELUXE ''.•UK"



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    day. March_161956 -Jewislirivrldlfon Woman Makes Gift T Of Torah to Anshe Ernes Congregation j ation ArHhe FW, *n,i % Page 5B Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 1 Or Zer Kogan, director of the Jewish National Fund Southeast was guest speaker at a luncheon sponsored last week Tcrmara chapter. Mizrachi Women. Meeting was at the Pinetree dr. home of Mrs. I. Yulish (right). Mrs. Alfred Stone. ITamara chapter president, lo oks on imanu-EI Ladies In Garden Party Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, gram will be the presentation of i. _'_— H.IUIAH nai^ir" o PaccmrAl 1 r\lmrlo# *tr*rl r r\ **. %  *-o r* ,., hold a ">prin!! garden party honor of Paw>ver on Wednesy, Mar. 21. at the home of Mrs. i Wtlsey. 4245 Alton rd., accordI to Mrs Irving Cypen, SisterI president | Highlighting the afternoon's proa Passover playlet and a message by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Vocal selections are by Lillian Zahn. Mrs. Jules Charming is program chairman. Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman of the day, is in charge of arrangements. /JJauovex. <=>c£i 9*WH. MONDAY and TUESDAY MARCH 26-27 RESERVE IMMEDIATELY! 1 WILL OFFICIATE 12M West Avenue, Miowi leech TEMPLE Phone JI I 3371 Jl • 1052 ONC MOTMKR TILLS ANOTHER! It's the REAL gefilte fish with the dear g olden broth that jells OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH • Made with more of the choicest whitefish • The clear golden broth gives you a quick, pure, Mtwal jell from the fish itself • Ready to serve-not or cold **m : PAftCVf nation An*t\o Rnv rhowl w.'l h*> Joint .., %  • s.vum Hyt„r (fl^lenlnE. \WmWl Mar. 18. at Zamor;, Jewish O nti-r f Zamora ••piritual leader Rabbi R. Leon Ffarwlti will deliver the I dedicatory address. % The Scroll of Law is Heine pre\ tented to Congregation Anshe Eme9 by Mr-. Annie Silhorman. ol NlBW Y"rk City. She is the mother nf An he Eree president Maxwell Si'he-man. 2000 SW 23rd ave., Miami. Mrs. Silberman has boon a member of ConeregatiOB of the Cities Senicr £ Wilna in New York for over 50 years, where her son was Bar Mitzvah 50 years ago. Site of the synagogue was at Madison and Montgomery sts.. on the Lower East side, which has since given way to a modern housine project. The Torah to be dedicated Mar. 18 is a gift to Anshe Ernes in Miami from the New York citv convocation—all arranged by Mrs. Silberman. In .charge of Ladies' Auxiliary arrangements for the evening affair at Zamora Jewish Center is Mrs. Maxwell Silberman, president. Assisting will be the Mesdames Jacob Plavin. Jack Horowitz. Harrv Noodelman. Nathan Prost, Al Goldner and Julius Glassberg. Assisting in arrangements for men are Harry Noodelman, Nathan Prost, Samuel Cohen, Jack Horowitz, Irving Sacks. Max Rothbeind, Joseph Pincus, Silberman and Jacob Plavin, Ashe Ernes vice president. Zamora CantorRudolph Brill will render musical nortions of the liturgy. Miss Barbara Turoff, daughter of the Abe Turoffs. 911*. Michigan ave., Miami Beach, will offer an essay, "The Torah." MR. AND MRS. GEWWZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOX PASSOVER OUR from is WILL KNOWN FOR ITS KASHRUTH WE USE \V2 DH7J MEAT which is under the supervision of a well known Rabbi For Reservations and Prices.CalJ JE 8-0266 Our kitchen is under personal supervision of Mrs. B. Cewirti 4 -wwwwwwwv. AST Oit HOTEL WASHINGTON AVENUE & TENTH STREET, MIAMI BEACH fine Accommodations for Passover Holidays at Very Attractive Rates ISO "'Tttp'nBD TRADITIONAL SERVICES HELD BY WELL KNOWN CANTOR FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 82341 Under Management of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berg PASSOVER SEDERS conducted bv for Reservations: Stove, Moitre d ON THE OCEAN AT llih ST. I Cantor Joseph Malek I Home Auxiliary Is Planning Meet Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will meet Tuesday noon. Mar. 20, at the Algiers hotel. A summary of the auxiliary's participation in the CJA "Luncheon Limited" will be given. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, is planning an entertaining program. Plans for the annual donor luncheon Apr. 12 at the Eden Roc hotel will be told by Mrs. Sam Rost, donor luncheon chairman. TO3 Passover WHITE HOUSE HOTEL DINING ROOM 1451 OCEAN DRIVE For the Seders — also the 9 Days RESERVATIONS Al or HARRIET PHONE JE 1-44*3 Passover Seders (Kosher Style) PNPAIMVn *" uw *"cmn or MOTHtrt roo* mooucT*. in*, new**" */*.* Pythian Sisters Will Hold Smorgasbord Saturday Eve Pythian Sisters, Flagler Temple No. 54, will hold a smorgasbord at Miami Pioneer club Saturday evening. Mar. 17. Committee appointments include the Mesdames Sylvia Hedeman, telephone; Helen Weiss, entertainment; Ruth Enerdt. ticket-; Roz Rozcen. decoration-; Betty C.nrland, publicity; Fay Plaskoff. chairman: Roz Kalish, co-chairman: Bather Kosenfeld and FranceWetter, kitchen. ^^_____ ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? Conducted By SIDNEY GREENBERG Professor of Hebrew Mil Director of Education Of TEMPLE iETH SHOLOM Solo/isf ••* Orgonisf HOTEL MARCH 26th A 27th $17 per Person for Both Nights en the Ocean of tincoln Rood FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE JE 8 0*11 Soul Herman FREE Send todoy for your free copy of. MM wonderful ROW Jewish-English "Handbook •' Familiar Jewish Words ond Expressions". So* -Farehiartr" on page 34; olso "Tiofehepprnesh". Sot "HocAoe Cftefarife" •• *•• •• *•• *** ,,wi,fc words, expressions, def.n.f.ons, MM, ttc Fa, Ujoghs, educationol for tee wWW twally. —** f 00 year tn* eery, ••*• fa: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORKJ7. NEW YORK TR0CADER0 TO KOSHER RESTAURANT 301 23rd STREET, MiAMI BEACH Reserve Now for Passover Seders Cantor Paul Beck and Cautor Hi Samuels Conducting Symphonic Choir of Six Voices KASHRUTH IS ADDED TO THE SKILL OF FINE, WONDERFUL FOOD Dine hero nightly and reserve for Passover CALL JE 1-0551 < .A JH $ i r yj i ji .,. j; .j; Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:30 to 10 p.m. Your Hoot Ralph Stevens PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 0-2104 King Sued Cocarails Sorvino tho Finest Foods at Reasonable Priest FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.65 "Walking Minute* from Playhouse Theatre" ^ Iji Iji 4|i 1{I ty Iji l|J ^



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    Page 6B ^j^isjh ppdsUan -Pricky.MoKh 18, Many Social Events Will Honor Couple's Golden Ann —. -i qm HIHII cm Saturday rvpnino Slrnn •. %  ..! r<._. Ill The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Saul Edelman, 12i6 Wallace -i Coral Cable-, formed. Of Cleveland, will be celebrated with a number of events in their honor. On Friday evening. Mar. 23. at the Coral Gables Jewish (enter. Iln Edtlmu ta blcss ,hc can She will be assisted by her wedding bridesmaid. Mrs Ben Kaufman, <>f Shaker Height I, 0. An Oneg Shabbath tor 400 lOtata Will follow the -ervice in their honor at which time they will cut their uolden anniversary wedding cake. Their sons, Byron and Elton, will entertain with a reception for some 200 guests on Saturday evening.! Skop and Cantor irvin. Mar 24, at the Edelman honu-. |WU officiate Their sons On Sunday. Mai-. 23, which is the cnt rt in '" their pareDls Edelman golden anniversary day. TrrL^T^T al e ^'.dor room of the Hnti c the bridal couple will be remained | M, and Mrs ^J 1 **' !#. %  (kf PI — -I %  in their home with the family attending. Rabbi immediate : dents of Cleveland for 47? Morris A. til moving to c oral Gables' Sisterhood Will Present Passover Program Tuesday MataatuMul of Kneseth Israel evening, Mar. 20. Dessert luncheon and ei was held by Sisterhood in the social hall of the syi Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel Congragation will present a Paseover program in the form of a playI'he Hour Has Come."' in which members of Sisterhood will parti( i pate together wrth Cantor Abraham Seif. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will speak on "The Significance of the Rituals Associated with Passover." Program will be presented on Tuesday Mrs. Wolf Sirot was chid AUGUST BROS, l* the BEST Art by Mrs. Morris Skop, wife of Coral Gables Jewish Center spiritual leader Rabbi Morris Skop, will be featured at a meeting of Sisterhood Wednesday evening at the Center. ?4rs. Alfred Reich. Sisterhood president (left), is shown viewng "Passover Still Life" with the artist. Program chairman will be Mrs. Jack Somberg. AN UNUSUAL COLLECTION Of PLATES c ormery of Shanghai, She Collects Art Miami resident Hn Bronia Barbash. of 1900 SW 9th st ia in the fortunate position of owning an unusual collection of art. Formerly of Shanghai China, where with her late kusband she was ed in business, Mr< Barba-h is now retired. But her interest in h is led to the collection of some 17 plataa, Yes. plates—but with a twist Made of imported French porcelain, Lhej are hand-painted and engraved by Stephen Bram. of Chicago, a tnend of .Mrs. Barbash's brother. I.azaar Oukeneff. also a Chicago resi dent. Mrs. Barbash explains that Bram is a civil engineer, but his unusual talents led him into engraving plates with scenes pertaining to great Biblical themes. Some of ther Quality aad 28 years al uptritnet. HALF BUSHEL ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Conn in and havt a drink • %  IS Defers you buy! CHARGE ACCOUNTS Mall I Mont Orsm WE SHIP IT WE GROW IT WE PACK IT Opt* &f 9 P.M. M*. ffcr* M.. Set. 'Ml P.M. Biscay** Bld. ***r* Opt* $*d*y lure D'je at Forum 1 %  rum, Sundaj eveain nd O aan ct. Hi nd poet will ol Cital ons. Bernard HuUll 1 will preside. Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated system of Non-Surgical Treatments for the Restoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND I4M N.W. 36 St. Phone: NE 5-1852 COMING TO NEW YORK? Slay at this modern 25story hold. All >ooi*s ide eipoiur*. lar§*, utifully larniihee rooms with kite*• n*ll*, prival* both, from$5.5B daily. Two room suites Irom SB SB SFECIAl M0NTHIT HHH kit (•fl4iiini| t IIIDIVIH a>lbit ^^ BEACON Broadway al 75lh SI.. New York Oi'or Wimrob. MOOJI Dirtctot • •. because EXCLUSIVE MANISCHEWITZ INNER WRAP Gives You EXTRA Protection of Freshness! "I Only the Manischcwitz Inner Wrap seals m oven-freshness at its peak I — before the mauos go into the! carton. 2, ->nly the Manischewitz Inner Wrap re-closes to keep your matzos oveniron after the carton is opened. < %  KOSHER FOR PASSOVER • • • because EXCLUSIVE MANISCHEWITZ BAKING SKILL Gives YOB the Lightest, Tostkw^mtrrzos Ever Bflktil You can tee the difference in the crisp. fresh, uniformly well-baked look Manischewitz Passover matzos.. •vou ( can Utte the difference in the lijjj" flaky, melt-in your-mouih quality tn" reveals the high degree of MamscWwitz matzo-baking skill! Why f' mjoy the difference that makes Maer achewiu the first choice in P^ matzos year after year after yea" AIIISCHEWITI FIRST FAMILY OF FINE PASS t I %  OVER FOODS 11



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    • a a* Mrs. Meyers ieds Reelection to Board Mr* Amu Br e n ner lat" %  %  • • ; -Hcandidar* ',. w,*—,,.-,.:•* '.'im-' ii EMM I -^ Avar haOK fuii iovt rmar' i g vu p hn ir *tn nnnn' Ml -rtm r %  m* ant ^t rwuneuin. Mrs, laejwB* : H nar an*BBBinCTi". %  : ~BC 1 %  BBS tt SeSMT IP? "BBt v ,. • %  • .-' %  1 If. -. ~r." it Kn ^aBa. .v Hi Wl"~ ~ ~ • -;..• %  i.ritu I %  %  • %  V mart • i ct "Van* % % %  ar K I cnannai n tw mart n trnooR rt Miam Jlrarr pafJh laMaal w-t ant Buim Boact aft Caane8m %  snar-mai %  unr iMart i> rHaala inatracsam aaaaai paasnr sw to aaj sna %  PIHCHAS M. TEITZ rtiannar • fc-ur- hi ni-niw -aaajaj %  • an: jnir r-usw-s aiif if ** %  *> afci l3l c ^•ea— •."-esiaeaB KV. BLATT G a MORO OF THE It. AT lfc* A. a IMIfefeM M %  Bov Ki^her Poollrv ilirt^t •1 :•:. Z* ZJ.Z~r. >+* %rm far Pal mil Mar 2S >. •*• LAND 0' SUN DAIRIE fakes pride and pleasure in again announcing that if wi be pririegeil serve its many iewish patrons with KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products EStMAM POUITIY MERCANTILE IATKMAL IAIK Of MIAMI tCACH Put your W important papers %  a! MERCAMTILE SAFETY KPOSJT CORPOiATIOi be* 4* rentals es bv • S4 4C s pear eW KNOW ft*? are SAFE. tfNT A fOX TOOAY ffceTipiniiiiai Greoter Miami Vaod HakaskraHi Jnsa* L tKfcn**y, PHONE JE 1-5537 NO TO HStJK TOW or order from route salesman



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    iMarcbJiiS^ few/cf> n*r*ffrin Ripley, one of the achers in American U for more than 25 Z a !" ved in Israel to year teaching basket1 conducting clinics. En-jt of the former Celtic JJvro, Yale, Columbia i coach of Notre Dame, Military Academy J squads is sponsored U.S. Committee lor i Israel. nan Corporation ployee Benefits Irrnan Corporation, <>f IIfrd Fiend:., recently inj one of the nn'-t udvanchjee benefit programi to the industrial horizon. an? maintains offices at rd. tj-ily un lersl iod booklet, \$ are given detailed iniregar(i:ng pay, salary delad winpensation. Dr. Golden Opens Miami Offices Dr. Gary L. Golden, dental surgeon, announces the opening of his office for the practice of general dentistry at the Five PoinLs Miami. Dr. Golden was relesfjed from active duty in the United States army, during which time he served as dental officer for the Brooke Army Medical Center, San Am >ni), Tex. A graduate of Rutgers University and Georgetown Dental School in Washington, D.C., Dr. Golden was dental officer at the District of Columbia Reformatory at Lorton, Va. He did a post graduate Oral Surgery internship at the Harrison H. Martland Medical Center in Newark, N.J. I'ntil the opening of his of'ico at Five Points Medical bldg.. Dr. Golden was handling the practice of Dr. Morton M. Reiss. who was .incapacitated due to an automobile accident. Page 13 A by export French Teacher ADULTS AND CHILDREN 82-4381 FOR RENT MODEM, NIWIY FURNISHED ROOM, twin beds, private family, near Coral GIMM and but KM. 1 r 2 gentlemen. Phone HI 4 3420. Ham-in j; LEARN TO DANCE WHY envy otheri when you CM be the Mvy of otheri? 20 private dance les ons $45, taught by attractive expert •need instructors. FR 4-8541. Duval's Caribbean Convalescent Home Nvrttt on Duty 24 Hours 2020 W. Flagler St. Ph. 12-2994 INVESTH1AT0R PRIVATE INTERVIEW iY APPOINTMENT Phone FR 4-5013 RENT A CAR $15 per Week plus 5c per Milt Boat For Loot BEN'S RENTALS 1461 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR 3-S765 Pickup Miami and Beach DESIGN SMART CLOTHES REGISTRATION FEE SI.00 Small Classes CALL 9-9852 AFTER 6 P.M. CO TO THl POLLS V0n FOR KNOWLES Constable District 1 Paul f. Knowles %  P I. I'..L Adv.),, JIISI. SERVICES Visit... The Signature Shop Handcrafted Pottery, Jewelry, linens alia Monogramming Gift Wrapping 3139 COMMODORE PLAZA COCONUT CROVE FINGERS MISSING? 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Far details about this amazing method, call JE 8-7047. 1613 Alton Road, Miami Beach. TOM SPAGNOiO fine Custom foliar Formerly with Arthur Cohan Fifth Avenue, New York City 1654 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-342S Permanent Waving and Hair Tinting Our Specialty Basil Diaz Beauty Salon Specializing in Silver Blondea 5775 S.W. 8th St. Ph. MO 7-1077 HOOkkllPIM. BOOKKEEPING Complete Service TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS Ph. MU 8-0332 er 89-4840 Get Your Plans Drawn for Permit 4810 S.W. 69th AVE. PHONE MO 6-4356 UPHOLSTERING EXPERT FACTORY WORK at lowest prices in town. Give its a trial. Free pick up and delivery. Phone for free "BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851 N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. PL 8-4606 1XCOME TAX TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP 24 hour service anywhere. Also complete accounting and auditing service. ED SHAW, JE 1-6719 JE 1-6719 BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD. Room 208 on the Mezzanine Tax Returns Prepared By Former Revenue Agents CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS 89 9914 84-726S s.% Palmistry S'2 Life reader adviser. Born with power M. Farran. ME 4-3267 But 15 or 24. 4500 N.W. 27th' Ave. REAL ESTATE I IH 4 \IIO\ \l Invisible Reweaving Lessons All methods S5 hour private; S3 hour semi-private lessona. Eat. 1945. Call 816-4887 or write: Amber School of Reweaving P. O. Box 628. North Miami Beach ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL Good income after short course. We also remove hair professionally per manently. For appointment call 89-4035. Terry's Day Nursery and Kindergarten Hot meals, transportation. Week, day or hoar. 134 S.W. 17th Ave., Phone 83-1143. Warehouse or Factory Bldg. Built to meet your requirements. 325,000 Ft. industrial zone land, N.W. 32nd Ave., 39th, 40th, 41st streets. See building, under construction. 3150 N.W. 41st St. Owner-builder. PL 7-4830 Perrine Real Estate Co. 90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft. of road frontage. Between Coconut Palm and Plumber Dr., west of Krome. $1600 per acre with terms and releases. WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS Perrine Real Estate Co. REALTORS 17931 S. Dixie Highway Phones 817-9221 — 817-7226 1-1 IISON \l> NEW onmuG or ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service. Specializing m Hair Styling, Bleaching, and Pe r manent Waving. 1322 NW 29th St. NE 5-9219 Stratton Mortgage Co. LOANS FROM $1,000 to $250,000 lust call MURRAY SANDLER 320 AINSi.£Y BLDG. 14 N. E. 1st AVENUE Phone 9-1796 INVESTORS—1250 LOTS IN CROUPS Of 300 OR MORE-All LOTS 25x135 These lets are priced so that the investor con more than double his money Immediately. You will be amazed at the price. Located 1 mile from %  lovely tourist city, only 30 minute drive to Daytona Beach areo. Beautiful lakes ere steer by. Mod fishing and banting country. WYMAN ATKINS, Realtor 89-1935 84-9346



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    Page 4 B **-•/*/• fkrkliar Fxidc City of Hope Party Miami chapter of the City of Hope will hold a card party Monday noon at the Alcazar hotel. Mrs, |Y. March l6M g J rah Sp u arr pr, id -^^ th.s week. Chairmen a* Mrs T* la Fcidler, Mrs Dorothy Sn„. I Mrs. Lena Halpem. y S pirtlB Catering to Parties, Bar Mitzvohs Weddino. %  %  Social Otcaiioni Mashgiach on Premises Free Parking Air Conditioned PHONE UN 44043 New Accepting Reserotia for Possover For the Finest Dine it MICHEj Y KOSHER RESTAU RANT Open Dally 4:30 • t.y, ^ 940 71st St., Miami Beodi NORMANDY ISLE Opposite the Fomtaia Take L Bus-Direct to Us Another important civic defense organization enlists man power in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal d^ejew£h War Veterans auxiliary groups commence intens.ve recruitment program for women volunteers in final weeks of the drive. Shown meeting with Mrs. Mae Weinstein mght) are (left to right) Mrs. Minnie R.bler. junior vice president. Miami Beach Auxiliary No. 330; Mrs. Louis Phillips, president, ^ontn Bruce B^own Auxiliary No. 174; Mr. Mitche Reiner. chairman. Miami Beach Auxiliary No. 330; Mrs. Lester C. Soldz. senior vice president. State Departme^o^londa "Segregation Theme Of Women's Panel An "all-star" panel discussion on "You—Southern Schools and the Supreme Courtwill feature the open meeting "' ,! hood of Temple B*'th Sholom on Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 21 Mr>. Leon Kroi ish, pr '-r3m Chairman, revealed that the panel includes Rev. Wiley Scott. Clayton Calhoun and Dr George Epley. head of the human relationdepartment of the University of Miami. Women's Auxiliary of the Com-! munity Church ol Miami Beach of which Rev. Scott i spiritual leader. will be guests ol the Sisterhood. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is president. \\i>nt of the PTA. and Mrs. Alexanr Kogan. fir.-t pre-ident ol Room >•: • n •' Bt her home at '22 Royal Palm a\e for this frt luncheon and book shower 4 C R t £ T I N C S HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI Ph. 0.79M Under the Strictest Saporvisiea af the Central Miami Kashrvth Commission The Control Miami Kaehruth Commitnon wiahet to atate publicly that it endoraea only the catering eitabliahment known ai GOROON and PONT and in no way ia thia to be conatrued ai an endoreement o< any other plant operated by theae men. OPEN HOUSE — WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS SHOW ROOM PARTIES I BUSINESS MEETINGS Decorated Trayi of Appetizing FoodO Delivered to Vour Door or Ready for You to Pick Lip and Enjoy for Four or More. CATERING SERVICE — from Hora D'Oeuvree to a Complete. Buffet Bl A CUiST AT TOUR OWN PARTY HERBIE'S OF LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU Chinese Itolion American Seafood FULL COURSE DINNERS (from S to 9.30 p.m.) DELIGHTFUL LATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 247 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza PH. JE 8-5191 Free Parkin. -V Victor Bidonc Restcurcn? FRENCH and ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 %  lSth STREET -! RESERVATIONS-CALL JE 1 9169 1 J CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT SPtCIAUUNG IN CHINESE FAMILY DINNIRS BUSINESS LUNCH f rom 95c DINNER S1.85 up Orders To Take Out Phone PL 7 7725 7725 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER FOODS OUR SPECIALTY A 1 Syrian Postries baked in butler on premises. We vtt only Prime Kosher Lamb t Beef. 0?l!J 24 HOURS "A SANDtViCH TO A BANOUET" IS1 Sunny Islss Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 ontainebleau u fji*%v**b' Coffee Shop HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities For information call Kosher Catering Department OK a-aan SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.m. Mayflower Lounge 1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phone JE 4l5|| PHONE JE 8 5669 LINCOLN MANOR CATERERS STRICTLY r RESTAURANT On the Ocas* SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $1.65 Catering For Ail Occasion* AIR CONDITIONED LOWEST POSSIBLE FIXES Undtr Rabbinical Superyision of V—d Hakmtkrvtb of Afvdafb Israel Rabbi I. N. fver. Director Free Parkins on Premises 2 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACN Serving Passover Meals STAR RESTAURANT DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and EISH Sawing kUmmktmtt — Lmmch — Dimmer — also a lo Cmrlt 141 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PH. JE MHM Now in Our Thirteenth Year Air Cqpdj&tM*' MVWG A PAR7,. At t/AVf: /ft ,OO,". *fROSEDALE RESTAURANT*DELICATESSEN '.COMPUTE 170 N.W. FIH SfKEfcF r-. —•— (. Kosher Style j Private Din*| I Air CeeditiajH Free Porklgj ml*£_ Meetings^. *4th AND COLLINS AVE. catering perfection Weddings • Receptions Luncheons ond All Private Porties BISCAYNE imDiW s m WVWJX) HOTEl 'Miami'8 Only New BayfrontHm / Private Rooms Seating from 10 to 50n CHARLES MAY... Still Your Host" 9-37^ ^ ~ 340 BISCAtNE BOULEVARD > BEEF and BIRD Ymmr Hosts Veer 'Round ***** Joe Cohen & Manny Smith Ifffell BEEF and BIRD Per the entire Family A SaUttion for Ewn** $3.95 %  eae Hk** SllQUA Go4& 4 %  Good Food Miami Bct



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    jiva Affair Honor Silver L H Silver, prr-ident of d New Vi k board of eduJ be honored at a recr-pL Sterling hot.-l Thursday III 29. at which Isidor limber ot the board of trusUfcrtiva I'niversity, will be -''who serves as president (.' irael hospital in New Lisa trustee of Yeshiva. ton's first university establish auspices, other members of the Loan Kolko and Sol Furst. ong UN* Ktra or the rerep*h will begin with coek'8:30 p.m i joined the American %  Company early in life and I lie post of vice president 1 %  eral sales manager. A forinker'of JVesident Troman's .Security ('"inmi-sien, ho Mted in New York schools j College ami holds honorafttt from Fordham and 1 i Universities. leonunal interests include i a vice previdervt of the 1 F, Smith Memorial Foundakecutive committee of the' 5. of Jewish I'hilanthTOi.New VoTk; leadership m 4 Jewish Appeal: the exadvisory con>mifte* of' Unnerhily: A mum-Israel Corp.; Urban I-eague ofN'ew York and numerous *fff>faW***, Paq*> 3 A BAKERY "tin tier Make* it Hotter" THE FINEST INGKEOIENTS THE BEST IN SKILL THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH FAMOUS FOH KG CHAUAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AYE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7117 (Sweceti.ri la rVcftfer'sJ vors. t is enpected to arrive here ; to meet with leaders of I woo are in Greater Miami I Passover period. :er Election Beach Lodge Beich B'nai B rith lodge at the Aimers hotel on ay evening. Mar. 21. as bed by lodge president Mibsin. |on of officers and trustees v Thi i!J?n WhW v CJA i X f ,an,eers are n^ded." sayi ^wJ^ en ^ r9 **£ r d (ri ht) P intin 9 to map of SJ>wt Miami area as Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. of Beth El (left), joins with synagogue presidents Herbert Scher and Hymen Chabner (rear) to launch big Combined Jewish Appeal !££" J? ^V? 2 ', 00 W rkers Mi88ino from P h to is Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Israelite Center. of the lodge for the ensuing year will be held. George Kronengold. vice-prewdent. is program chairman, and. there will be a panel discussion. Participants on the panel will be George J. Talianoff. chairman of the Florida advisory board of the ADL. national ADL commissioner and president-elect of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges: Miss Priscefla Rosenfeid, education director* Florida regional office of ADL; and Kronengold, president-elect Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith, chairman. ADL committee of the lodge and cnairman of B'nai B'rith ADL Council of Dade Ceunty. FREE SPEEDY Delivery %  9 Gourmet Hart Food* ot All \ at ion* Scandinavian Fish, Htrs d'oeuvres, Imported Cheeses, Dutch and Swsis Biscuits, Petit Fours, Weber's French Ice Cream ANNOVNCn ITS NEW LOCATION AT: 424 41st St., Miami Beach Ph. JE 4-2700 ISRAEL StlVOVITZ$p7C 12-YEAR.01D IV. ise mf ATTENTION Home Owners! DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING APPLICATION FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION. FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1,1956 I you have lost the renewal form mailed to you, go to your nearest city M or courthouse file. Afcputy assessor will bo at the following locations to assist you in making ywr returns. DAILY* • Miami Mc*~tieO m 4:30 PerriM-ladtand Tog Agency-V till S TUESDAY* Opletke-liJi till 12:08 Miami Shores-1 till 4:30 W#* f HWteli-ttSO till 4:30 WEDNESn A Y W **"••-* till 12:00 S.oth Miami1 till 4:30 .. LJUMI North NMMrf-taO fill 4:30 .. Coeal OekhH-ttSO till 4:3i THURSD A Y' M o ,, o -'00 till 4:30 .. Miami Spriags-1:30 till 4:30 .. WWW I c#r||| ^ M%l Mtn flu 4. M lay Morfcor Island-10:00 till 11:01 FRIDAY* Nortfc "**•"" iMCM-O till 4*30 Coral O#*kn-S:30 till 4:30 % %  • %  •! Hrbr-ll:30 tHI 1 Sart*H*-2:O0 till 4:30 *• Tax Assessor Cannot Allow Homestead bemption Unless The Application Is Filed Wi *hin The Time Limit Provided By Law. ^ This Reason I Urge All Home Owners To Rle Their Applications Without Delay. L JOHN A. GAUTIER nm COUNTY TAX ASStSSO* Manischewitz Mocjen Da via Available &t All Stores This PASSOVER serve ISRAEL WINES! CARMEL SACRAMENTAL GRAPE What better feeling could there be than to use the wine of Israel at your S*4tx $159 10.95 | I Fifth Cose of 12 CARMEL 9OPROOF Israel PrWvcmf < BoffleW BRANDT ;„,„„, 8-Year-0ld MT. GRIZIM SLIVOVITZ $499 Fifth 13 FREE DELIVERY 13 STORES Phone the Store Nearest You STORES Miami Beach 1711 Alton Rd. Ph. JE 1-7055 1127 W.ish Ave Opp. City Hall Ph. JE 4.4545 Miami Coral Gables 8525 Bit. Blvd Ph. PL 7-1115 2301 N.W. 12th Avt. Ph. NE 5-8382 2211 Ponee de Leon Blvd. (2 Blocfci North of Miracle Mile) Ph. 83-8105 South Dado 12425 S. Dixie Hwy. at S.W. 124th St. (Chapman Field Dr.) S. Dixie Hwy Kendall Ph. 81-7-7964 08 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Off Flatter Ph. HI 6-0363 1230 8. Dixie Hwy. Univ. Shopping Center Ph. MO 7-8837 Ft. Lauderdole 1701 S. Andrews Ave. Ph. JA 3-5868 W. Broward and Rt 7 Next to Food Fair Ph. JA 3-2681 Hollywood S*S r f**earl"rtrr.Ph. 2-4738 2 Stows in Sonny Isles 167 Sunny I ties Blvd. 163rd street Phone 81-4-3243 18152 Collin* Avi. Phone 81-6-615$



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    March 16. 1956 +JeHtrk>rMton Charges Federal Security Program With Bigotry Page 5 A "an Contiru.td from P*e 1 nn as "a scandal" which had created \p public impression that Communism was ***** the suspended penonnel at the in** Not only was this false, said the ATA, "*" nrnhr leads us to the conviction that 'L^m was involved in the initiating of the ( in or doclussification of scientists therealmost all of whom have since won vindication, although not without having paid an irretrievable penalty in emotional anguish for themselves and their families." le its review of Arab propaganda methods, the ADL accused Arab diplomats of seeking "the utter j u nmarried m n and women "for destruction of Jewish prestige in America." 'the furtherance of social contacts," Formation off B'nai B'rith Group is Revealed Here Formation of a new B'nai B'rith Mrs. Dorothy Alpert, secretary, regroup here was announced this week by B'nai B'rith Council of Southeast Florida. The group will be made up of vealed. Pro tern officers include Minna Littman and Saul Blake, co-chairmen; Ernest Fuld, treasurer; and Gloria Siegel, alternate secretary to Mrs. Alpert. New job building freedom He has just come off the ship, another immigrant to Israel from North Africa. In five hours he'll be hard at work at his new job building freedom. A truck will take him 200 miles away, from this dock at modern Haifa to a raw settler's home in the Neirev, Israel's frontier south. Around him there'll be desert to turn Ereen. Just a few miles away there'll be a hostile border to worry about, with enemies well armed with Communist-supplied weapons. Ahead of him there'll be years of heartbreaking, back-breaking work, and more: because of the enemy there'll be times of terrible fear and danger. Rut in apile of it ell, he'll keep on the job. He'll keep on doing what all of Israel is doing, newcomer and oldtimert building the land, building a new way of life and building freedom. Why? After you have come out of the hells of oppression and despair, as have Israel's people, you hold on to freedom with every strength. That is the way he will ho'd on. He will welcome help not so much for himself, as for others. In tension-ridden North Africa he left tens of thousands of others who pray for their chance to leave as he has done Your prompt help cen answer thoee prayer*, can serve to bring at least 45,000 Jews to new life in Israel. Give your increased gift to UJA's regular campaign. Then give a great extra gift to UJA's Special Survival Fund. Give today.


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    fewiislUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30—Number 11 Miami, Florida, Friday, March 16, 1956 Price 20? mnw NOT ES MIAMI'S SlUCGISH ATT ITUDE fC RESPONSE TO CM CAMPAIGN QUESTIONED the gravity of the Israel crisis reached the %  Umi? What does il mean to ^dividual m of a growing Jewish community? what is (ircater Miami's responsibility Just in Lment< made Wednesday by Combined Jewish ESers reflect the impact of impending world fophe which looms in the event of all-out war (Israel. lira; CAftNff WtlMKLl M* WORKERS SOUGHT HERE mbined Appeal Urges [Top Participation in Light Of Severe Israel Crisis w-charged with the electriall parts of Dade county for the Here's what CJA division chairmen think about their personal obligations to their neighbors and to Jewry. These are the goals they have set in this year's crisis campaign: Sam J. Hejman, chairman, 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal "I can vouch for the terrible truth—this is the most awesome time facing Israel and the Jews of the world. I visited Israel and saw the armed guards along the Gaza strip. I have seen Israel farmers ploughing the soil with rifles slung across their shoulders— soldiers accompanying children to school — sandbags piled high in the playgrounds. "Refugees from behind the Iron Curtain on their way to Israel wrung my hand, wept for joy. "I've seen Moroccan families arriving in Haifa who fell on their knees and kissed the soil, grateful for their chance to live again. "And the crisis is real to these people. It should be no less to us." Fff/fMAJ U.S. Aircraft Carrier, World's Largest, Sent Off to East Hot Spot President Confers With Hoover On Possibility of Joint UN Action WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower early this week; discussed the Arab-Israel situation with Acting Secretary of State Herbert Hoover. Jr., while the U.S. Navy revealed that the supercarrier Forrestal, the world's mightiest and largest warship, will sail for the Mediterranean to join the U.S. Sixth Fleet there. A battalion of Marines was ordered last week to join the Sixth Fleet. The Forrestal, a 70,000-ton aircraft carrier, carries many jet fighters and high-speed bombers. Several of these planes are supersonic %  ''and they will be tested next month MJMF (TATFt a t Norfolk, Va At present the war| news of the war crisis and nminent threat to Israel, the Jewish Appeal moved with renewed vigor into ond phase of the most ini drive in local history, nan Sam J. Heiman Wedealled upon every Jewish to rededicate "their efforts, and generosity in behalf of nmoth campaign, the highannals." Hiding immediately to the Heiman and the campaign all organizations, syna1 and local groups came for| offering their resources of lip and manpower in the campaign" to raise $600,%  d achieve the big goal. U campaigns shifted into high I following a series of fastp planning meetings held in -*KVEAIED (unity-Wide Kembly Slated Beach Mar. 29 have been announced for %  ""y-wide assembly in Mi. n wditorium Mar. 29 to ** of this area in support the Combined JewB S" M,Uo Wednesday e*rV lnt *ntionally "^onalKirs n the f elds uw ernmpnt and PWI* %  be on hand to par,n ,h unusual program ICJA 5S Week h0 is hopeful We Sl n,eers wil ^ the "Jn* forward to comt,„l g '""'i r Wni job in purpose of recruiting some 2,300 volunteers who will endeavor to personally contact over 10,000 contributors in last year's campaign and nearly as many new prospects who are expected to participate in Continued on Page 9 A Stanley C. Meyer*, president, Oraater Miami Jewish Federation "Never has a democratic nation been beset with such insurmountable odds as Israel in her present crisis. "Not since 1948 has American Jewry been called upon to give twice—one gift to our regular campaign, and an extra gift to the Survival Fund so that in this perilous hour, while Israel's people meet their supreme emergency, we can help meet the burden of increased Continued on Page 9 A SPOKESMAN STRAIGHTENS THE RECORD Turkey Reported Seeking Arab Friendship at Expense of Israel ISTANBUL (JTAV—Turkish Forports to Israel included no war eign Minister Fuat Koprulu has materiel, made a move to win back Arab j j n ] inc with this policy of courtfriendship at the expense of Israel. In a message to the Beirut, Lebanon, newspaper "El Belagh," reing the Arab states more vigorousship is going through jet plane I training exercises in the Caribbean. I The ship will probably not proceed to the Mediterranean before the end of the summer, it was indicated. The details of President EisenGovernment of Israel will estab-, nowcr s meeting with Acting Secrelish a Consulate in Atlanta. GaJ*** Hoov r were not made ^ bhc to serve nine southern states, Ala-. However, it is believed that one of bama, Arkansas. Florida. Georgia, |[ he ""*>* Problems discussed was how the Arab-Israel crisis could best be brought before the United Israel Embassy Opens in South -BULLETINWASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department indicated late Wednesday that the U.S. Government does not intend to supply Israel with Nike anti-aircraft missiles. A report published in the press hare last weekend said that the Joint Chiefs of Staff favor the selling of such missiles to Israel, but that the final decision had been left to the State Department. Louisiana. Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, it was revealed Wednesday. Consulate will make available to government and civic authorities, industrialists, businessmen and citizens of the region all Consular facilities. One of the Consulate's basic tasks will be to foster mutually adleased here, Mr. Koprulu declared | philharmonic Orchestra to give a ly, Turkey has in quick succession ventagcous trade relations between turned down an offer for the Israel srael >nd the i ndurt ii es and busithat Turkey had always sided with the Arab states in the United Nations when the Palestine issue was under consideration and that Turkish-Israeli trade relations had very little to do with Turkey's pro-Arab orientation. The Foreign Minister reviewed for Arab newspapers readers the record of Turkey at the UN: it had voted against the partition of Palestine, favored internationalization of Jerusalem and repatriation of the Arab refugees, and in the Baghdad Pact had agreed to cooperate with the Arab program of forcing implementation of "United Nations decisions" on Palestine. Turkish recognition of Israel was no more than was fcccorded other states by Ankara. Mr. Koprulu said, and should not be viewed as an anti-Arab act Trade was merely a matter of finding markets for Turkish goods, he continued, and the extent of that trade had been grossly over-estimated; it amountconcert in this city, has turned down an Israel philatelic exhibit also offered for Istanbul and has cancelled a soccer game. ness interests in the Southeast. Nahum Astar. who formerly served as vice consul of Israel in [Chicago, HI., has been appointed I Atlanta Consul. Nations Security Council. The President urged last week "early" action by the United Nations on the Arab-Israel issue. Robert S. Allen, noted Washington columnist, reported here that President Eisenhower is considering an urgent "suggestion" from British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden for the calling of a Big Three "summit conference" on the deepening Arab-Israel crisis. This conference should take place in London within a few weeks. The French Government, according to Mr. Allen, strongly favors the proposal but the United States is cool to it. Mr. Allen also reports that most of the mail received by the State Department during the last two months favors arms for Israel. He quotes a private State Department report stating: "More than half of a heavy volume of correspondence received in January and February was concerned wipi the Arab-Israel dispute. Nearly all of the mail on this subject expressed a plea for U.S. arms for Israel." ADL REPORT ALSO HITS ARAB PROPAGANDA TACTICS HERE Security Program Charged With Bigotry WASHINGTON (JTAV—The rseults of a four-year study on political anti-Semitism in the United States, West Germany and the Middle East were made public here by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith which is now holding its national executive committee meeting at the Mayflower Hotel. The study established the following facts: 1. Religious bigotry had crept into some arras of the Federal security program in this country. The ADL asserted flatly—on the basis of its own investigation—that many of the Federal employees suspended during the 1953 security investigations at Fort Monmouth. NJ. were "hapless victims of antiSemitism, pure and simple." ... 2 Official delegates from Arab nations, operating in the United States "with diplomatic status and ed to about $24,000,000 annuallyimmunity." are engaged in "an orga n jed and wo He made the point thai Turkish ex-1 financed conspiracy to stimulate ant.-Sem.t.c feelings in this country—their purpose being to thwart American sympathy and aid for Israel." The ADL report challenged the good faith of some "apparently respectable" right-wing political action movements in the United States—promoted and supported largely by "extremists" in both parties—because of their "intermittent and cautious acceptance of professional bigots and anti-Semitic hate propagandists." It described the "political atmosphere" of recent years as "one in which dissent and nonconformism may be maintained only at the cost of a man's livelihood and the risk of his reputation for patriotism." As a result, "the security of minority groups, largely dependent upon the strength of our democratic institutions, is imperiled," the ADL said. The report characterized the Fort Monmouth inContinued on Page 5 A



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    U'Lis +Jsisbfk>rkHnr) Page 13B ;,*> m .^ Dr. Frehling Will Chair Brandeis CSub of Miami Dr. Stanley Frehling. of Miami Beach, surgeon and civic leader, has been appointed chairman the Brandeis University club Greater Miami by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis. The establishment of Brandeis University club here follows the pattern set all over the country by leading Foster Alumni and As-' stated. for the completion of the physical needs of the university's College of Arts and Sciences and its Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. It will also establish a fund to underwrite teaching salaries, research programs, scholarships, fellowships, faculty chairs, student emOI I ployment programs and other ele' i mcnts of the university's operation. "Achievement of the fund's objectives will free the university from the need to resort to constantly recurring mass community appeals," Dr. Frehling further I i M r 1 %  h^iVtarffl %  I eting of Dov, Tamara and Miami [chapters of Mizrachi Organization Wd Sunday evening. Mar. 18, at .Inael Congregation. Co-chairmen m\ are Mrs. Alfred Stone, Tamara it; Mrs. Rachael Sakowitz, Dov presiod Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, Miami Beach Three personalized stories trace the effects of Mizrachi Women's work in "Hands of the Builders", a 40-minute color film recently released by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. In these pivotal scenes from the film, the Ben Aris, newcomers from North Africa, (upper left) consider their future in their first quarters in Jaffa; Eva and Lazar (lower left) reach an important milestone in their lives, and Joseph, (upper right) a henkeeper at Mizrachi Women's Children's Village, catches a "criminal" in a farcical sequence. "Hands of the Builders" was filmed in Israel by Lazar Dunner from an original scenario by Marc Siegel, and produced by Paul Falkenberg Productions. president. Meeting will highlight the showing of this recent Israeli film, "Hands of the Builders." Principal speaker will be Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Kneseth Israel spiritual leader, With Cantor Abraham Seif rendering a musical program. Funds will go for Youth Aliygb. %  Art Contest To Commence Here essay art contest sponsorBureau of Jewish Eduthe Jewish schools of will focus around total Independence National Jewish History calls for a minimum dson the following nibVhat Does the State of IIEACH SUR "HI Nl J M ,., Israel Mean to Me? 2) "What Can I Do for Israel?" 3) "What I Think Can Solve the Israel-Arab Problem." 'il\ \ The art contest sails for art work in painting and drawing and craft work in clay, wood or leather on the subject of "Jewish Life in Israel." The arts and craft objects are to depict their synagogues, state, colony, agencies, personal^/ in Israel or an animated ~ map' of the new state. r ^ Deadline for thecbnte^fi.TIwen set for Apr. 5. Tnf contest Iopen to students <>f all Jewi**i school* II years old and up. Prises will be awarded for the best -gttee csand art objects and -"will sist of Israeli art •bfacts ** through the courtesy of the Katner family. Prizes also will be awarded to individual school winners. Winning essays vuli be published, and winning art objects will be publicly displayed. Judges for the con-; test will be appointed fay the Bu reau of Jewish Education. All prizes will be awarded at the inter-school "Salute to Israel," which will be held on Apr. 15 at Beth David Congregation. sociates of the non-sectarian American university sponsored by the American Jewish community. The Brandeis club will sponsor a centennial fund dinner Wednes| day evening, Apr. 4. at the Seville hotel, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late United States Supreme Court Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. "Brandeis University serves as a living memorial to the liberal spirit and crusading zeal of Justice Brandeis, Dr. Stanley Frehling stated upon accepting his appointment. The centennial fund, to be completed within five years, has two primary objectives It will provide Poet to Address Yiddish Forum Poet, short story writer and lecturer Chaim Grade will be guest speaker at a meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum Saturday evening at | Kneseth tsrael Congregation. Grade will discuss "Yehuda Helevy—Poet and Philosopher." The lecturer was born in Vilna, Poland, studied in various yeshivoth and began to write while still a young man. He has just published a book of short stories, "My Mother's Sabbaths." One of the guest speakers at the Apr. 4 dinner will be chairman of the board of trustees Abraham Feinberg, of New York. Mrs. Bcn-Zion Ginsburg, president of the Brandeis Women's Division of Greater Miami, announced that Mrs. Alexander Kogan has accepted the position of reservations chairman for the dinner. The women's chapter includes close to 1.000 Greater Miami women. • STAN1EY FREHLING HOW TO BE A HAPPY HOUSEWIFE tor PASSOVER Election of Officers Due Samuel Friedland. president of Temple Kmanu Kl, announced j Wednesday that the congregation will hold election of officers and directors at its semi-annual dinner meeting and dance in the Di Lido hotel Monday evening, Mar. 19. 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    Page 6 A %, HOTEL RESERVE NOW FOR Passover TRADITIONAL SEDARS AND SIRVICIS Dietary Liwi Observed CANTOR DAVID WOLFE and HiSymphonic Choir Reservations: Mr. Sol Hotchkiss, JE 1-6881 For Truly Memorable Passover Seders MAKt YOUR KtStKVATION AT THE AN-NELL HOTEL 700 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 1 1956-5716 ran nOfc 1 ? TOS KOSHER for PASSOVER Midtown Club Products TRUE FRUIT FLAVORS GINGER ALE WELL KNOWN CANTOR W I D 0 ~% WISHES TO DO SIDUtIM SERVICES and |"J*UMiENT. fltEFINED, Jl •Jso MfniH ond eveaUsg senrkM for ^JJ|;^*^Y^rfc rtslf*,,,^ Hit Passover Holiday; oil. •*)lortiMr. —. ?*" '" WI "JH I Telephone JE 8 ISM. 18. CLUB SODA Supervised by The Rabbinical Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Miami Bottled exclusively for Food Fair Stores of Florida, by Soul horn B'virajgo. I EH*. MIAMI. FLORIDA Mrs. Rost Named Local Chairman Mrs Samuel Rost. Greater Miami communal leader, has accepted appointment as chairman of the local chapter of the Sponsors of Israel. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers announced Wednesday. Mrs. Meyers is chairman of the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee lor State of Israel Bonds. 'it is most encouraging to me ;ind all of my fellow workers that Libby Rost will lead this most important division during the crucial year of Israel's fight for economic security." Mrs. Meyers said. Sponsors are women who purchase $1,000 or more in Israel Bonds during the current year. They are the proud wearers of the Sponsors of Israel pin, symbolic of the eternal light of Israel, Mrs. Rost noted. She came to Miami in 1939 from : Montreal. Canada, and has been an active worker for the National Council of Jewish Women. Hadas sah and Brandeis University. Mrs. Rost visited Israel in March. ] 1950. with her husband, himself an I ardent supporter of the Israel Bond campaign since its inception five yean RSjsv She DOW sorvt on the boards of "the Jewish Home for the Aged and of itWomen's Auxiliary. Mrs. Rost is chairman of the donor luncheon lor the Home, for the Aged. % arsenics ill HOTEL P r e e n t i World Famous Cantor Samuel % CHOIR CONDUCTED BY JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN Of TEMPlt PASSOVER 1 Religious Services and Sedurim The Marseilles Hotel is the only air conditioned AMEIKAN PLAN Hotel in til* Lincoln Rood area which observes to strictest dietary laws with %  tall time Mashgioch M Z i [ remises under the supervision ef both Voad Hakesbra* abbi Tibor N. Stern ond Rabbi Jos. Rockovsky, Direct*! Only the finest feed's served! S pecie! diets os prescribed by *l On tfct Oceee Privetf leech Peel Entertainment Frw TV in Every Room after March Also Catering Meals to Individual*, Banquet*, Partirs and Bar 1741 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fit. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JEtforson 8-5711 m ?w ROOM and BOARD FOR TWO CHILDREN or two men. Good core. Kosher food. Phone 9-5574. for a most enjoyable SEDER DINNER RESERVE NOW SERVICE CONDUCTED IN MODERN MANNER BY THE MOST EMINENT CANTOR JOSEPH S. LENGYEl Former Cantor Miami Beach Jayiih Center (now Temolo Emanual) is accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern Concert Singer (management S. Hurokl Former Wagnerian tenor, Berlin Opera House, Recording Artist, Teacher, etc. LIMITED NUMBER OF RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW FOR BOTH NIGHTS Moke -reservations by mail, in person, or phono Mr. ... Kellner, JE 8 6841. COB" _? %  HOTEL DINING ROOM % % % % i > %  % % r OPtN FOR PASS0VIR ... rente* Satt Po* 1 %  „oa*ist — *. iMmci mm "***m£i Restaurant & Delicatessen, Serving the Finest in Kosher foods HEBREW NATIONAL STARTING FRIDAY MARCH 16 M .„.„, „„,! > 8:4 Q p M AN rj [VERY EVENING LUNCHES DINNERS nautilus 1825 COLLINS AVENUE Delicatessen to Take Out 100% Air Conditioned 1437 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone M 1 5494 TWO-PIECE SETS REUPHOLSTERED for only *79 rWKWmmm On Our Slage "Wl H "* _N. V. TIMB "MfWEST YIDDISH AMERICAN MUSICAL SMASH HIT" C SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2* ) FOR INFORMATION CALL 83 9280 BERKELY < DECORATORS o.d UPHOLSTERERS J 854 856 S.W. 27th AVENUE E rT>* DIANA IRVIMO DIANA MAt """Si JACOBSON GdDBcRG SCHOFJfflD GR08MM UOH LIUY MINI .JSM LIEB601D tllUARA B£RM fflW; in JOS. RUMSHINSKYS AMERICAN YIDDISH MUSIC* "THE WEDDING MARCH "t>ny dfc Sentimental, OOSEVELT SMSSsWtSsI fiW *^ T *T I J TICKITS HOW ON $M .M* ortici — ...VKI T "* ALSO SOFT. OF SIVK IEADINO HOTILS .--rmjSl *7 0-41st St. Miami Beach Iw.ti t 0"i"'' ",' ut *lJ£ PHONE Jl 1-JSfS, j| 1.01 OS ['"EjaSLSSS. AMPLE B OIHem AIR PARK.NG ,Q^,y^.C0H^



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    L GAL MOTrce I—-—— ^""PUBLICATION |H^Cfr B UlT COURT OF THE ITHE CIRCUH >AL CIRCUIT OF |v(NTH JUO^IAL FOR DA |W0A N CH ANCERY. No. 1B7303 flfe?^ !" '''•""" ff ^fct,TFOR DIVORCE T %  "• !K J '. M ii %  onmptaiei r %  iwl __ iUn "i" 11 -* >""'• -" ,ii..l lo serve .1 i^sS l you full tO *I KJ£SV •'' wm "' '" k en BM** II" relief MMiM "' %  ,1 on,-*. rJJ[r four %  nnsecutlve weeks __fj*Tft7IKH KM-KII'IAN Rv \\l' iHiDBBKD al Miami, I 1 daj of rebmary, a n i.KATlilCIUIAN. Clerk, Circuit CoMft. ,..„,,. !" .v hWl*. B |: K \\\.\.V ror 1.,-i.uty Clerk ECHERTK'/ #. fr 1 l.iintiff _„ Building, Miami 32. Fla. MiII BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS BT Ct NAME LAW %  Tlt'E is HEREBY OIVEN that jn ,,l, (1. siring to engage lr. L inner Ihc fli tttloua UIM "f to "l-T" SKAT COVERS, .-, t flreet, Miami. intends with the Clerk I court "f Iwilc County, I !--16 IRWIN SALIT8KT |HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN j FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORII |N CHANCERY. No. 187524 LACCIW. 1'i I, I V 1 i|'1 %  %  -'iiit OTiCE BY PUBLICATION [ [ '*ARE H-KKIlY NOTIFIED I nt for I ern 111you, •"'! YOU rnu) of v our 111] 111 T II, > I' f 1 IK Clerk of the j the ->"ii J I I tO 'I" fdcnenl by d< fa'ill v> ill ''<• taken 11 you for tii.it-lie! demanded Bill of Complii INK AND ORPKKED at Miami, Ji, ilns 21st da> of February. I I-: B u;\ nil I:\IAN. Clerti .1. I'ounty, Florida Hv B B WVVN, Deputv Clerk bit Court Seal) U> II. KAKSIN, ESQ. *y for Plaintiff _s.1i.mn Street, Gabies, Kim iila 1 :->-i6 LSGAL NOTICE NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKIIY UIVEN that : 1 %  1>1 lH II%  I. lli-slrlllg t I'MK.tK. Ill but MI. 11 under the fli Utloua name t SITAKIAim SKAT COVBRH & CONVBRTIBI.E T.ns. al 1;., N I loin, xtoail, Kla lull n.ls '.. n .. wni, ,|„. __Mr >'_M*' 'Mruult <'i>uri of Iml. irftinty. Fieri.h. I'.KKMi: HI.IMIM i M ,i e llVrl /*-!•-l-_ 3 LeOAL NOTICE Page 15 A LTOAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37434 B In It. ESTATE OP MORRIfl ROHEN, Deceased To -Mi 'redlti rs and All Persona HavIns Clalma or 1'. iiiamia Against Hald Estate: Vill, ami eaoh of \"'.i, in. In.i.l. notified ami required t.. present any claims ami demands which you, or cither of you, may have agalnsl the of MORRIS ROKEN, .1 a.--.l late "i I Mile County. Florida, to the Honorable Obunty Judcei of bade County, ami file the sami In their >.fin the County t'ourtltouse In County, Floiida. within eight calendar month* fium tindate of the first imbrication hereof. Said claim* t or
  • r demands to ontaln the l.ual adof the claimant and to be sworn nd presented as afon said, or same Ti! ,,";'';"","' s "' sv. ii.,, 733.16 of the IMS Probate Act li.it. February 17. A.D I UEl IROE I TALIANOFF, As Executor of the Last Will .mil Teatamenl oi 8AMUEL NUDELMAN, TM.IAMiKK %  WALLER. ESQS"^' Attorneys for Executor t/24 — a/2-9-M NOTICE TO or DEFEND HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT MlD FOR DADE COUNTY, IIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36924-B i ESTATE oK kY S. AI'.KItMAX 1'neaaed (NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditor! and AM Persona fhlms oi Demande Auainst %  butt: f, HIHI i.i.ii if \..ii are hereby and required v. prem-nt any ad demanda which you. or of >..u. nmv hav.against the i of HARRY s MIKRMAN, de* I > % %  !• i 'o int) Florida, Hosorable Judaea "f Dade J. an.l file thi name In their of[ln the Count; I'.iurthouae In [Count) Althln ehtht %  oatha I the date of the .mi clalma or • |al aildresa HI urn to ild or -.nil.lion 7 13 16 of m, > r h ;. A 11 illXXi: III S VRF.RM \N : the Last Will •"" l T.-i i r II VRRY B. iBERMAN Is i ..,-. .I. TALIANnl-r I vs. THE< 'I •ItK I'll M. I '. f. n.laiit. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: THE< DORE HI.I'M 1341 Creston Avenue rirons. New York You are hereb) notified lhal %  Complain! For Divorce has been filed yon and you are hereby required t" aen of your An wei t.i the Complain! i'-i Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney and fli.tin in..) \:i-w i II the office "f the Clerk of the t'trrnli ("..iiit ,.n oi before the ::,: d .lay .if March, r.i'.n. otherwise, the iiTleni a linn a ..f said Complain! Fur Divorce will be taken as confessed asalnst yon. Dated the ttnd day of February. K B. UEATHERMAN, flerk of Clrcull t'ourt l'.v K. II RICE, JR., (Seal) Deputy t'lerk HIM iROE l TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. I 21 :: I-J II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LA W NOTICE IS HKRFI-.Y OIVEN thai the iimb-islcm d. deairlns to enuags III — under the fl.-tltlotia nart! CENTER CLEANERS mot lncorpor-1 ..t.ili at 1611 s.W. fth 81 Miami, and 1114 io Dixie Hlahwnv. Coral Oewlee.-I Fla.. Intends t.. rejeister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida WILLIAM II DK'KKO.V MAX R. SILVER Attornev for William Dii-kaon 922 Hey bold Hullillns. Miami. ITa.2/24 — 3/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187959 cx-IK BROCK. Plaintiff, v*. TEVI8 ELDON Mitot'K. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: TKVIS ELDON IIIKK'K Haltimore Hotel Tail la.* Alltel.• ,s. Ia Ancelcs. I'alifornla YOV ARK HEREBY RBQl'IRED to aerve %  copy of yow answer lo the Comptainl for Divorce filed herein on Plaintiff* attorneys, COCR8HON I INK. 305 Lincoln Road, Miami i. Florida, ami to file the original in the office of the Clerk of the above Courl on oi before the ith da) of Api II nth. rvv is.a default will 1" ntl red asain.-t you. Dated this .ith dav ... March, 1363. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f Court l R II RICE, n: Deputy Clerk II Court Seal) • :in ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 1P7379 L DH \/IA \l Mi DOWELL, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM K Mi liiiWLLL. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO WILLIAM K. M HuWKI.I. r"alle Bpt ina;i Hotel Castle II..I RprlnCS, Arlxona You. WILLIAM K MCDOWELL, are hereby notified that a Hill oi t'omplalnl for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon are required lo ipj ..f your Answer or I'leadln t.. the HHI of 'Complaint on the tiff's Vttorney*, COl'RHHON E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull court, Pad.County, Florida By it H. RiCE, JR. (Circuit Court sisal) Deputy Clerk COCR8HON .V IIXK Attorney* for Plaintiff 305 IJncoln Road, Ml i Beach, Fla. I/SMI;-Z3-:III I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .,.,. NAME LAW HEREBY OIVEN that r lo i ngage In "Mil under th. na mei of FOR B ANSWKR1 SO KX kmv S '" U SKi-ltKTARY K H < > NE SKKX |,K AN8WERsTOD TELKCHfiXK SERVICE, r .J.' •' %  %  I '""M: WSWKRIXI; [IK, ,||. i \ TELEPHONE ASKH v |? tR Vli'B, ALTi-.lt EOO aU.INi, KEKVIt'E, at 1627 Alton 1 Miami Keaiii. Intendto regie* JI namen with the Clerk Of the aiuiurt of Dsde County, Florida. R AN8WBR1W. INC IJ'v for AppUcanl Wdg., Miami, Fla. 'TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 'lie NAME >-AW SV' HEREBY C1VKN that -,S,''' 1 rt 'l-lng to engage in V:V' %  t lt'oiiH name of % ^ BRI.KERH. at 333 JTii '" 1! : h Intend* ••irciTTt %  "'""" wl,h ln 'nerk v unit of nude Obunty, Mn ;; r V" ,! fcitr,!, ^ OIVEN thst fc* ZE?\, engage In 1 tioua narng of M;.., ;•'• X E. 1st P^*Ude k f ,h I }'*"• %  i.nut v, |.*Wirld ha NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage In business mill, i the flt.tltlous name of CIU'STY VKI.I/iW CAB. at 10t N.W. 2.'.th Avenue. Miami. Intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of I hide County, Florida. RICHARD KENNEDY 2/Il_— S/2-9-1K IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 137571 CARL GREENE, Plaintiff vs. CONSTANCE OREENB. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< %  CONSTANCE OREENE 33 Cstawlaea Sfeet Mnhonov City, i '• nna^ Ivanla Yni IXJNJtTANOE aRKEXE, are required t" %  < n % %  %  > cap> of youi swer to the P.ill of Complaint foi m the Plalntlffa stti JOSEPH ROSKNKRANTZ, No One i In Road B lildlng. Miami Ben. h. Florida, and file the original In the of tin Cleric "f the above Court on or before the Itrd daj t>l March. 1956. OT i ..mplnnt will be taken a* eonfesi • .1 DATED tin* L-ist .lay of February. 1353, i: It. LEATHERMAN cl.rk of the Circuit Court Hv I! II RICR JB. Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) JOSEPH ROSKNKRANTZ, ESQ. One Lincoln Road Kulldlng Miami Heath, Florida 3/24 — 3/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKHY OIVEN that the untlendsnetl. deairlng t.. engage in business under the fictitious name ..J SYLVIA HOTEL, at 267 N. W. lt Street. Miami. Florida. Int-nil to realste, saltl name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Pad. County. Florloa. Fl.i 'HA EICHI.BK CHARLES KLEIN. Owner* MYERS. HEI.MAX A. KAPLAN Attorney* for Applicants Sevhuhl Hlllldillg 1/9-16-23-30 _. _i_i I.SJ IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 24376 RE: ESTATE OF i \K i: ii:i.r. i %  •.. ..„NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed iii) final report and petition lor Final Discharge s* Adm lnjslrstl the CHtsle of JAKE FELT, deces:se-1. and that on the 17th day of April. 1 %  ';• will H|.|.lv to the Honorable V\ Hlanton. Count) Judge "t March. J'iLrv KMS HI'IHOeVA I-EL r BTE\ BNS MARX Attorney for AdmlnistratrU J/3-I6-2J-S0 \ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROLATE. No. 36133-B In R. ESTATE HWALLACE HHiCS. i ieeea.se l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All .I'II i All Persona Having claims in Demands Against Said %  te: I 'i i each of v.. i .1 hereby notified and required to present any clalma and demands which yot I I either ..f you, mav hav. again*) the estate of \v ALLACE HIOO8, .! %  ad late of Dade County, Florida, to lonorabta County Judaea of Dade Countv. ami file the aame in their of111 the County CourthBuae In Dade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months li.nn the date of the flyst |iiiliHcation hereof. Said claims 01 demands to contain th. legal addri the claimant and to Issw.nn to and presented as aforesaid, or aame will h,. barred. See Section 733.16 of the 1343 Probsts Act. Hate March 8. A.D. 1936. ALBERT IIITCHIXSoX. A* Executor of the Last Will and Testament of WALLACE HIOOK. Deceased KOVNER & MANXIIEIMER 120 Lincoln Road Miami Heath. Florida Attorney* for Exei-utor 3/16-23-30 — 4/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious mil CARGO CN LOADING CO, at 309 professional Rldg.. Miami. Florida. intends to register said name with the i i.i i, of the circuit court of Dade in in' v II. %  l iila s||p TAI'BER, Owner MILTON A 1 RIEDMAN Attorn, v f.H Appllcanl Keybold Rldg .: 13-23-30 I 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai th.undi rslgned, di %  lUrag* In I, ,-,i„ ** mid. r the fli tit n ;"'• %  l-, : i, IKIRSE TAVERN, nl 133 8 \V. :,7-h Av.nue. Miami. Florida, Intend* ,,,,,. I n mi.with the .,f th< i i" till Coi f Paiie county, 1.11.1 .L\X DaOASTRO KESSI.II: a OAR8 Attorney* foi ApisHcant 1T--J W Klagler Street -. 13-3 3-30 — 4/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OPEN that the undersigns-, deaHlng > ae In o.simss under the fg-tltiou* name of SPEEDWAY BAR. t !" N w _•" Street, Miami. Floritla. Intend* lo regSu* aid ..-.me with the •'•"<,",.,'ta Circuit Court of Dade Countv Horlda sillRLEY LOREY WINDON. Owner KFSSI.KK \OAKS Attornev* Mr AppUi-sut 17*! W. Klagler Street l/16-23-3fl — 4/6 NOTICE. BY WsUjICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.flCUIT OF ri rvRinA IN ANO FOR DADe ^SN'T^-IN'SHANCERY NO. 133177. LOIS PRIVETT. PUIntaff. BMJJE W PRIVETT. Defendant. T, i /.'.I.I.IK W PRIVETT it Washington Ave. Patchocue, New York You are required to.serve a copy ol V Z* answer to the Hill of c„m|.isin. ,r p, n. m, th. p-slptlfTs attorney i file th u rinal answer In the off^orihe'clerk Sf th.^rcj. I Court rD W ,^^The^.se ,, h he ,, ^. 0 o f fc£ ,, Miami. Fl.iinl... this the •"^^"L^ATHKRMAX. Clerk ef th-' Circuit court, 8?: JOAN co.RXoYER. ,,-in mi Court s. in IH-put) lerk II El >M AN Attornev for Plaintiff ,lg.. Mian,.. H.-.da J 16-23-30 L I i.it. 'I 12th da) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in buainesa undei the fictitious name ..r A HRBNDA CREATION8, al 330 N Hi Street, intends to reglstei name with the Clei k of the I 'Ii' HI' curt of Dade Co iiit v. Florida l.otis ZAKARIN :o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deairlng to engi business under the flctlt lou U EE-WASH-IT. at 2118 N E. See.,],,i we Miami. Florida, Intenda slid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Fl la. ABE YERMt INEK MAX n. SILVER Attorney foi Abe Y.-rmonek 332 Sewn.1.1 Building, Miami, Fla. 2.21 — :: 2-8-13 The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture window. Does your Insurance) pay far th* damage? w me> answer re thit, or ny ottfr inturanc qwtion NEW BUILDING l*lmilalion Key 5 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMI, new 2-story bldg., has 12 stores of various sues, restaurant and bar ready for lease. Living quarters upstairs. 490' of U.S. £1 by 120' Seep, rear faces paved county road. Plenty of parking. Building according to Dade County Code, owner neecmoney, will sacrifice 366,000 wad handle, balance at 6*interest, no principal payments the first year. .600' OF HIGHWAY FRONTAGE by120' deep for 368.50 per front foot, excellent site for gas station, hold balance for investment. 400' FEET OCEAN FRONTAGE b/ 1250' to highway. Beautiful site for motel and homesites. Highest 'tract ocean frontage on Plantation Key, deep water short distanoe out Sacrifice 330,000 cash. JAMES M. HESS, Realtor 10503 S. Dixie Highway) PHONE M0 743731 ROOF LEAK? CALL VECTOR CONM Let ut repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-5274 FR 3-6996 it Artfiur M. Kahn Richard L. "Powelf Daniel L Horris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN Si. ALPERT Imttrmnce Agency 998 S.W. First Street I iMt T*AVHHr*. HseNoe* ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^e, r. %  ,* %  Th rif§&n %  oiiciti y:-jr '.c~i\ nuticee. We apvro-"s'e four patronage and guaran t ees accurate service at leaal ratea .. Phone FR 4-4366 for messenger eerrice ATTENTION ATTaRITEYS. CORPORATION. OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Coil the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at I It f-i:l(i(i



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    Page 14 B •f.kmist-Hcrid&r Fridi oy.l Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of ^ oral TEMPLE ZlON will bold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and discuss: "Holy Calling." Choir assists CMMg Shabbat will follow ,-j Saturday morning services arc at 9. John. SOD of Mr and Mrs. Ira Love ft. will become Bar Mitzvah. Sabbath school commences at 9:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m. i: -1 TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lchrman will d 'Israel Great M rssue ol Our Time.'" Cantor Philip ders the musical lions of the liturgy Saturday morn• n Ices are at fl rmon will he based on the Weeklj Portion Norman, Mr. and M m of i Levj %  %  BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will RABBI AMID WAXMAN "Hoi/ Colling" ,1 •; ill ouis Rottin Bit le is ;,t % %  Bu( n l|s pm Mincha will be at 8 pm fol cuss 'Pn „ v shaloa seudoa Daily 1 morning i a( rl .,,,,. g i;, P m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday ev TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Friday evening services al ervtces al 6 13 Saturday morn8 1; {>iM .,_,.,, h Narol w n 0 f( are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiati """ jed of the sermon will bi fices al ThiTim. Al 4 43 p m Rabbi Ri i ill discuss the Weeklj Porti p m riv. Daily service %  p.m. Hciate ami preach on the topic: CANDltUGHTING RMf Nisan 4 — 6:11 pan. HEBREW ACADEMY Will hold %  I pt Wilj to the • H iy morntni servwill H • Dail) %  pm at 8 BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening 11, \\ illiani. son of Mr and MrMoiTi S Salomon, 108 East San Marino dr., will become '.111/.all. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER v Friday ;,t K 30. Rabbi Abraham Rerson will discuss: "Prayer offering ol the Heart." GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE — Tttl :u lyle n\.v OMftMfex, iiaiit-i • %  '• BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION -4000 Prlrl ve. Orthodox. Rabbi H. as Kaliman. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER MI 7lth St. Cons.rvaUva. R.bbl Mayei Abramowlt*. Cantor Edwasa KHm TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM4144 I'hm ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krontnh. i 'antor Bamual KetaOM I TEMPLE EMANU-EL—1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman Cantor PblUp Brumiro BELOW LINCOLN HOAO BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—S">1-311 Washington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi 'i'ii.. r Stern. Cani imc*jaa BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION —Ml BsMsM live. Orthodox. Rabbi Jokot lk] HEBREW ACADEMY— ?H Clh ft. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-141.". BtMUd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi h E onplan raham Mr. TORAH TEMPLE—!2J1 Ain.rlcan Judaism. Rabbla Abraham CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—IM 1'ukiino ave. Liberal. Rabbi Cantor lr\ •RA JEWISH CENTER II Zamora ;i\>-. Consei vatlve. lliibbl II. i„ n Hurwlu. <' %  rtolph BrtH DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION —135 N\V 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD.-Mr: wood. I. i B mui i I.-1-''. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD BOSS Polk St.. Hollywood. (VnservaKabbl David Bhaplro Cantor fekadah Helwraun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE .ailh Andrews ave., i-'t Lauderdalt Retorm. Rabbi Marios EtanaoB, HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-911 East 4th ave. ConMl Rabbi Boris Raokoi NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL137 NK 19th it. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Xarot. Rabbi b Kaplan, R.ibbl Emeritus. Cantor Jacub Bornsieln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER — SiOO North Miami ave. C on erV al w Kabul Abraham Harson, Cantor Albeit Glanta. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -1 :".'"l KW 7lh ave. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—"0 NW ilst pi. Con srval Iva. Rabbi Lao Halm, NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER -13630 W. st Dixie l:v Oofl -vatlve. Rabbi llrnry oknlii-a. Cantor M.iuru.Ni-u. NORTH MIAMI BEACH* MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION—l4lli i-t. and NI2 11th ave. itabbi Isaac SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE dVk I..1I.I.1 \\ lll.im \\ l.r BETH EL CONGREGATION — 00 S\V • )• IhoeJoK. Rahbl %  %  • ISRAELITE CENTER MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION fclOl S\V Kill ave. Halilrr .s'inion Aurli • '. i \ Hebrew Ev< Slated by Lai Week Obsi Third annual Lai the University of opens Sunday. Mar.^ | run through Mar. an announcement DM officials I.ai. Week j be Dr. Herthold C. sor t)f romance lang Helirow ance will be held sff tervice: will be at 8 am. and 15 liturgy. Rabbi'Class iat 5:15. on the I'M campus minutes before sundown. iMincha will be at 5:45 p.m.. folning. Mar. 22. lowed by M.iariv. Daily services Program will include MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANo' a re at 8 am and 6 P m | of Hebrew '" Mod ? B Mr and Mrs. JamtHarnand Mr CONGREGATION will hold Friday %  • ****}> b > ; '^ af i\ and MrA. Kur/han will lie ho-ts weiring services at 6^5. Satur*.u^... I at Oneg Shabbat Saturday mornda > morning services are at 8:30. rvices are at 0. Sermon topic Rabbi Simon April will preach on be at 5:30 p.m.. followed bj Mm'"Tba. Clean-Mind." Kiddush ,h e M*: "Are OblationK-.,; Shaloa Seudoi Mr and follows. MrOscar Zweehkenboim v. ill l>e • • • tpr W fc S T M I A M I TEMPLE ZlON— %  S\\ |"8 !" the topic%  'ho e-on"c P ant0 u "^r he chrec,,^ ** %  Saturday Z under he direct, u,,i Saturday m are at 845. SenW3 on the Weeklv vJ*\ /ee kl > Portion. BETH EL C0Nd. e hold Friday evening Saturday morning \ 8 3 S R"bbi Shmary^ : will preach on the top** 1 I Ancient Altars." <• iGartenhaus remiers portions of the |jt„ "'vicewill be in Ys 10 a.m. Clan la Sanh p.m. HIALEAH. MIAMI S| JEWISH CENTER win, Boris Rackovsky will Mode and a Code." ; follows. • FLAGLER-GRANAoJ COMMUNITY CENTEIj Fridaj evening >er\- W pm, with RaMsTj discussing: "The Sii [True Sacrifice." Latet. ibe dedicated to Gok of the Greater Miami, 'munity (enter. Sat services are at 8:30. j be based on the Weekbl sen morning ;,n '" r Albert GlanU renders the ire at B:30. Rabbi An.mu > ,cal portions of the Liturgy er will preach on the topic: Seeini Beyond the Horizon" Clasf !,ud precedes the service at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will ANSHE EMESS CONGREGATION will hold Friday eveninK services at 6 p.m. Saturday mornng services are at 0. Mincha will hn-t. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER tial in This ARe"" Cantor Berele be at 5:30, followed by Shalos SeuKelemer renders the musical por-1 dos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. tions of the liturgy. Mishna class at 5 p.m. Daily servicewill be at will hold Friday evening services •>„ .„ m an ,i .=„_ CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENat 8:15 Kal)bl B Leo" H urwttl J0 m and 615 p.m. TER will hold Friday evening servwi n officiate and preach on the, ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop topic; -America and Israel—Their TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will officiate and discuss: "HeinSpiritual LinkSam Heiman wi hold Friday evening services rich Heine Poetic Jewish Soul 1956 cam p a ign chairman of the at 8:3 Rahbi David Shapiro will without a People' Cantor Irving Combined Jewish Appeal, will also P^ach on the topic: 'The Jewish Robinson renders the musical por-, djscus: (hls theme Mr and Mrs Concept of Brotherhood." Cantor 11.-n> of the liturgy, with the choir Bernard Greenstem will be hosts Vehudah Heilbraun renders the under 'rection of Robert Strataat 0 neg Shabbat in honor of their I mnsical portions of the liturgy, aburg. Candle blessing will be by son Barrv who becomes Bar Mitz. %  *ited by the Temple choir Oneg' Mrs. Irving Robinson. Saturday v:ih (luring saturdav morning servShabbat follows sponsored by Mr. P"ices at 8:30 Rev. Rudolph Brill and Mrs. Samuel Zaconick. Satur Jewish Modernise! in Stat.'b) Dr Donald I "Heinnch Heine—Ont Anniversary ol His Deil Fnedl: and "Of Time Hebrew University." 3 ing. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Pre-idii^ at the HehrefJ will hold Friday evening services | will be Dr. Joseph J %  at 5:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will preach on: "Call for Sacri fice." Cantor Maurice Mamches renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. Evening services will be at 6 p.m. • e • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will the I'M faculty Mew Sanctuary H Israelite tenter last proved plans for the struction of a new bi permanent sanctuary. ing capacity of 400. R Malavsky. spiritual nounced Wednesday t pils of the religious school will ren ders the musical portM.ns of the! da >; morning services are at 9.1 J ol' evening services at! fhe bllll(llIli; co mm.te participate. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION liturgy. Daily servicewill be at 9 a.m. MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-: HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER, e.l5. Saturday morning wry. M rviccs at 7:15 Rabl)i Isaac ^^ ho|d Fn(|ay eveninK ^ 8 u Jy will officiate. State Rep John B. Orr. Jr., will be guest speaker and discuss: "Our American Heritage." p.m. Morris C.ertz officiates. held in the near futurt 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kroni.-h will dis. who -'Stephen S. Wise." This is ^ n ndbr( akin cere, the second in a series on "Builders of Twentieth Century Jewry." Satmorning services are at Richard, son of Mrs. Es[teUe GlukHck Benach and Mr. Ralph A. Benach, will become Bar | "To se it '• I Viail our shoi Shabbat follows sponsored by I wif.^.d.l^ndav ^sVS^rZSS SSS rt^S ?Si '"SlS 1* Mr. and Mrs. Morris Qreebel in a, 8,5 Habb, Y^ LX "Js the musical portions of the | d-play a. 35 honor of their son. Barry, who bewill diMuas: "Why Hebrew'" Can comes Bar Mitzvah during Saturtor William Lip'son rendertJM day morning services at 9. Submusical portions of the MtuMv u eC .V ,f f th n S u bba,h f rm 'n s: Tne 1 nc Shabbal will follow sponsor„7nJ I, Path of Righteous L.v.ng." ,,, by Mr and Mrs M((0 siovis ,nd mornin Jrgy. AGUDATH ISRAEL and see th< HEBRBW 'memorial ••"*' tolled by" INSTITUTE will hold Friday ej/e! % built and ins services at 6:15. Saturday %  craftsmen. Mr? ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Saturday morning MtMcat Mary :iiiabeth Feinstein | Rabbi "i-aa, morning services will be at 8:30: [ U..UU: %  l* Friday evening services at 5:30 and jam., when Kdward'Veinstem Id K'T'^J **** *" d Se |f A PP inted % 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will _^_ .... KABBI H. LOUIS KOTTMAN "Traditional Dignity" officiate and preach on the topic: "Anti-Semitism." Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sugarman will be hosts at Oneg Sabbat in honor of their I wedding anniversary. Saturday ; morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 5:30 p-.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily it 'sftrszr 1 *" %  will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalas Seudos. Max Lytton will he host. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.. with Sunday KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening SSH a 5 :4 ? o S o ,urday %  ^^li^an. s. services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah <*rvices^ at o\3U. Caul !" will offieiate and discussl"he Meaning of Sacrifice in Our Day." Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services st 8:15. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating and preach THURM 0 1 1 MONUMENT^ Tfc. MIT/ m 3*53 S.W. SHi St. MAtfltJ *£ ,Ui CssWttTF Ck*t-I



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