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

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

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

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ll CMibininf THI WISH UW/TT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31
_ Number 15
Miami. Florida. Friday, April 12, 1957
Price 20tf
techs. Shame Legation, Secmtoty to Mi
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^A-y D'r,et ttype Wire
3USALEM The Caechoslo-
^uthorities deliberately fram-
koshe Shatz, Israel Legation
in Prague, expelled
from Czechoslovakia 11 days ago
on charges of espionage, to intim-
idate all Israeli diplomatic person-
nel and frighten them away from
contact with Csech Jews, the Is-
rael Foreign Ministry charged
Tuesday.
In a full statement detailing
the background of Mm case, the
For.hjn Ministry said that en
Mar. 27 Ciechoslovek potica lur-
roMwdad a houit in rVitw
where Shati was visiting a
friend. They entered, arrost-
ed and handcuffed Share, and
Diplomats
then proceeded to empty his
iypt Hits U.S. for OK to Ships
Through Aqaba as More on Way
USSADOR IN STWH NOT!
edayeen Raiders Pass
f/V Force With Ease
MTED NATIONS (JTA)In spite of the presence of the United
s Emergency Force on the frontier between the Gaza Strip and
, the Egyptian fedayeen are pursuing their old tactics of maraud-
d infiltration of Israel, causing considerable damage and injury
eli nationals, according to a complaint sent to the Security Coun-
week by Israel.
------------+ (Gen. Meir Amit, Acting Chief of
Staff of the Israel Army, conferred
here at Migdal Askelon with Maj.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, commander
of the United Nations Emergency
[iplomats
returning
JA By Direct Ttlatype Wir
AVIV The first family
ers of the United States dip-
tie personnel in Israel order-
the country when Israel
bed into the Sinai peninsula
here last night. Eleven
pSi and children arrived at
airport from Cyprus.
|New York, it was announced
phe first two American Jews
to Israel for permanent set-
fnt since the State Department
its ban on travel to the
bh State left Monday night
WASHINGTON (JTA)Official circle* here this week indicated
that they expect other countries to send ships to Israel through the
Gulf of Aqaba in order strengthen Israel's claim for free passage of
Israeli shipping to and from Elath.
To his personal possessions they
added a pastel and a package of
American cigarettes and then
* photographed their prisoner and
his "possessions," identifying him
as a spy for the United States.
They demanded that Shatz sign a
confession, but he refused.
"All this proves that the police
acted according to a premedi-
tated plan to stage the circum-
stances enabling the Czech au-
thorities to justify the baseless
allegation that Shatz was engaged
in espionage for the Americans,"
the Foreign Ministry statement de-
clared.
A report from Cairo to the
New York Herald Tribune dated
Apr. 8 said that the United
States came under attack in the
Egyptian press when it was dis-
closed that an American tanker
carried oil through the Gulf of
Aqaba to Israel. The cable said
that the Arabs are troubled by
the possibility that *n expanded
oil traffic through Elath could
offer *n alternative to the Sues
Canal.
It was learned here that the
sending of the American oil tanker
Kern Hills through the Gulf of
Aqaba to Elath was done with the
permission of the State Depart-
ment. Samuel H. Wang, operator of
the Fairfield Steamship Company,
For^ oV'th"; question of "eating |sald ' an American flag ship with an
American union crew. She made
*ban
Ml
in
to Tell
Book
r*-B
y Dirtet Ttlatype Wir
; JERUSALEM Ambassa-
r Abba Eban'i first book,
'ice of Israel," will be pwb-
in New York on May 6.
> ninth Independence
Tht book opens with a de-
fr'Ption of Israel's first In-
Ptndtnce Day and contains
mr-by.ye.i- review of Is-
1,1 struggles, p|ul tn# Anv
",'* "'r*1* o* the key
**" E.,t problems.
The book also include* Mr.
l"1 mai' speeches since
*Jcsme Israel's chief del-
* ? the United Nations.
a fence along the Israel-Gaza de-
marcation line. Gen. Burns said he
believed that the Egyptians will
agree to the plan. Israel has already
agreed in principle.)
Ambassador Eban, Israel's rep-
resentative here, sent a letter
Monday to Sir Pierson Dixon
of Britain, this month's presi-
dent of the Council, listing 19
separate fedayeen incursions and
attacks along the Gaza border
between Mar. 10 and Mar. ~ 27.
The fedayeen planted mines,
stole flocks of sheep, reaped
wheat during the night in Is-
raeli fields, stole stand* of corn
and filched irrigation pipes. Dur-
inng the raids, on* raider was
killed by n Israeli patrol and
six have been attested. The m-
jority of the others escaped back
acres* the frontier, through
UNEF lines, and back to their
base* in the Strip.
"The continuation of marauding
and infiltration from the Gaza Strip
into Israel," Mr. Eban stated in his
complaint to Sir Pierson, "is a
matter which my government can-
not avoid viewing with extreme
Continued on Page 3A
the trip through the Gulf of Aqaba,
Continued on Page 16 A
Sen. Humphrey Will
Open Miami's Salute
To Israel Independence
To salute the State of Israel on 11,060 persons. One of the leaders
its ninth anniversary, the Jewish | of the liberal wing of the Demo-
community of Greater Miami willlcratic party, Humphrey was Gov.
hold a city-wide mobilization meet-1 Adlai Stevenson's staunchest sup-
ing Sunday night at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, launching the, 1957
campaign here for State of Israel
Bonds.
United States Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey, one of Israel's fore-
most champions in the Congress,
will be principal speaker at the
session, expected to attract some
JEWS STILL BARRED UNDER TERM
Renew Saudi Contract
WASHINGTON (JTA)United States and Saudi Arabia have form-
ally agreed to a five-year renewal of the Dharhan Airbase lease, the
State Department announced Monday. Under the arrangements, it was
stated that American Jews will continue to be barred from the field.
American officials explain that it is a function of Saudi Arabian sov-
ereignty to exclude individuals it does not desire.
Officials made known the subject of excluding American Jews
from the base was discussed with Saudi officials. They said the Saudi
practice was related to the Arab-Israel dispute and that they doubted
a change in procedure until that conflict was solved. The agreement
was signed by Deputy Under Secretary of State Robert Murphy and
Saudi Arabian Ambassador Sheikh Abdullah Al Kyayyal on Apr. 2.
Previous arrangements provided Saudi Arabia with artillery, tanks,
basic ground force equipment, and training aircraft. Under the new
arrangements Saudi Arabia will continue to receive these military sup-
plies. In addition, the Arab state is expected to receive jet aircraft for
training purposes. A limited program for the training of naval person-
nel will also be set up for the first time. Envisaged are the addition of
a few small ships. A project to improve the port of Damman is expected
to complement U.S. help to the Saudi navy.
StN. HUBtKT HUMPMfr
porter in his successful bid for the
presidential nomination last year.
Already Humphrey, one of the
most popular Democrats in the
Middle West and one of the Sen-
ate's ablest orators, is being
boomed for the 1960 presidential
or vice presidential nomination
of his party. He has strong sup-
port among the farm belt popula-
tion in spite of his international
views, and has been mn outspok-
Continued on Page 3 A
Export Bank Mission to Resume
JTABy Diract Talatypa Wire
WASHINGTONSpecial Export
Import Bank mission to Israel
cancelled when the Israeli Sinai
campaign started will leave in
May for an on-the-spot study of
an Israeli bid for a 75 million
dollar loan it was learned Wed-
nesday.
The decision to send the mis-
sion followed discussions between
Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban
and Samuel C. Waugh. Export Im-
port Bank president, initiated by
Eban last week.
Resumption of loan negotia-
tions followed the lifting last
week of the American ban en
travel to Israel in the restora-
tion of normal diplomatic and
economic relations by the Eis-
enhower administration with Is-
rael.
Israel wants the 75 million dol-
lars credit for irrigation projects
on the coastal plain. The mission
will have instructions to deter-
mine whether Israel has enough
ground water to support the irri-
gation project and whether there
is any question about Israel's
ability to repay. Repayment ob-
ligations on loans of 135 million
dollars from the bank in 1954
have been met on schedule.
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Friday. April 12. 1957
Njsdm 11. 5717
His Was Wisdom of the
Apr. 17 marks the second anniversary of
the death of Dr. Albert Einstein, the majestic -
maned philosopher who modestly set the world
on its ear back in 1905, when he published his
Theory of Relativity, and whose liie was an
eternal struggle to widen the horizons of know-
ledge and human dignity.
To attempt to evaluate Dr. Einstein's con-
tribution to mathematics, astrophysics and its
allied fields would bring us beyond the intent
of these words. It would also ignore the great
thinker's invaluable penetration into the realm
of social science, where Dr. Einstein, himself.
grew with the passing years in many ways
more significantly than he added to the growth
of understanding about the world in which we
live.
It is no secret that Dr. Einstein, like many
Austrians and Germans at the beginning of the
twentieth century, was estranged from the faith
into which he was born. If they were occasional
victims of anti-Semitism, they could rationalize
it away, as well as their insensitiviry to Juda-
ism, by happily comparing the essential pres-
tige of their status with the really dangerous
religious bigotry the Jews of Eastern Europe
were required to face in a precarious day-to-day
existence eked out in the Polish ghetto or seg-
regated Russian village.
No less was Dr. Einstein a member of this
"privileged" Austro-German Jewry. On the date
of publication of his Theory of Relativity, he
found among its principal foes, headed by
physicist and Jew-hater Max Planck, "true"
Ayrans who fought the validity of the theory
mere on religious than scientific grounds.
Thus began Dr. Einstein's developing in-
terest in humanistic thinking, which reached its
climax with his flight to Switzerland from Hit-
ler's Nazi hordes. It is out of this turn in his
life that came his advancing consciousness as
a Jew.
One would be doing the memory of Dr.
Einstein an injustice to say that he grew to look
upon his Judaism in Orthodox terms or that his
interest in Zionism surpassed his increasing
identification with the long-term history of Jew-
ish tradition. For this great philosopher, relig-
ion was to be found in his engulfing concepts
of the universe. 'Surely, so orderly a thing as
the heavens must have been made by God,"
he is reported to have told biographer Jerome
Franck.
Courage of His Convictions
His interest in Israel was similarly not to
be naively categorized. Dr. Einstein was nev
more bitter than when he spoke of nations, of
nationalism, of armief, of soldiers. But if Is-
rael was all of these things. Israel was also the
vindication of age-long Jewish suffering and a
comment on justice juxtaposed against the re-
cent slaughter of six million soulsone of whom
he may very well have been were he not Prof.
Albert Einstein.
For above all things, Dr. Einstein was suf-
fused with a fierce sense of what is right and
what is wrong. Perhaps this sense, more than
anything else, made him belive in the moral
propriety of his now historic letter to President
Roosevelt, calling to the President's attention
the work of Leo Szilard. Enrico Fermi. Lisa Meit-
Were Planck's campaign to keep Dr. Em- ner ar>d Edward Tellersuggesting the possi-
stein from membership in the Berlin Academy bility of what immediately became the Man-
Physicsthat illustrious organization then hattan Project, the world's best-guarded atomic
His Jewish Consciousness
cf
without peer in Europemarked by similarly
painful details, it could surely take its place at
the side of France'3 treatment of Capt. Alfred
Dreyfus.
This was an invaluable lesson for Dr. Ein-
stein, who recognized that reason does not
necessarily prevail, even in science, where rea-
son is the touchstone of method. If othersno
less Max Planckyaw him first a Jew and then
a physicist, he would have to reckon with con-
cepts of religion as previously he had ignored
them.
RETURN OF THE "ZOMBIE'
secret.
To the end of his days in his newlv-adonted
country, working quietly on his Unified Field
Theory in Electromagnetism. Dr. Einstein main-
tained his advancing interest in an advancing
humanity. His prophetic voice, espousing the
cause of intellectual freedom, was a voice in
the wilderness when professional security po-
licemen in the name of Americanism, sought
to muzzle all reason.
It was this awe-inspiring intellect, alone,
who stood unafraid to face a then fearinspiring
Senator and declare his willingness to be jailed
cs a preferable alternative to giving up his right
to democratic independence: a simple thing to-
day, with perhaps none of the heroism this
courage showed at the time. But think back
Einstein College of Medicine
Perhaps his areatest gift to the Jewish com-
mun.ty wa, I*. Q**b*t gift of hia name J
Yeshiva Umvemty s school of medicine in New
York City. Permitting his name, throughout
his life, to be identified with no other or.aniza-
hon.or institution. Dr. Einstein willed this legacy
to Jewry's continuing leadership in the fields
of inquiry and knowledge.
And this is properly as it should be. For
Dr. Einstein was a Man of the Book, even as
his people are a Nation of the Book. In the
Albert Einstein College of Medicine today there
stands out among other things. American
Jewry. flI8t opportunity lo serve as host in
medical education.
But also oustanding is this giant intellect'.
j* consciousness suffusing it. haUs-thi. man who
17 ITS POMiblyu.am0na th ten greatest of men
h..Z^T h,:orY-sh"^9 grace, reason,
humihty. the will ,0 dignify mankind.
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has been necesaZ
observers ButX
Public, rimmed by
,w" house org,r
daily press and such examples of journalism as TQ
sorely in need of a corrected view. This is cnmin ^
partly as a result of a change in attitude manifest inih *'
partly because ordinary people are more interested J ""^j
than they were last Election Day, *
No lets a distinguished if hardly objective nutMk.
has failed in its last few issue* to heap praise upontJ
dents name through pages of purple passage desert* ""M
Without anything to affirm in it* Luce-id manner Z* **
chosen silence, instead, dwindling to a veritable pamohi!TP*
notes, medical reports and art reviews.
But the terraiu is right for a shift ii
evitably give way to respectful criticism, and the trazeTtLh
Mr. Eisenhower will.more than anybody else have absoli mT
standing of the change in attitude toward him Perhantaai
final inability to cope with the meaning of hi- ilevaluatwaJ
key to his Administrationthat his failure to undeiMj!
ciinsistent mark of the President's rule.
TNI COIF ABILITY IS SOUAMtlf PMCfD ON HIM
EGYPT'S PRESIDENT Nasser Monday told u. that. .,
K mean World War III. he will never permit I-raeli than.
Suez Canal I have not. as yet, heard any outraged cm,pi,
donation "from the lips of Mr. Eisenhower to match those ke
his threats of economic sanctions against Israel | ctrtaUii
waiting for the President to reproduce for the benefit ofNg!
egomaniacal television show he staged in his recent attack
the Jewish State. : J
Precisely in this kind of double diplomacy, where tkeS
hand of his bigoted Secretary of State seems most ctnrjy
the seed now flowering of impending doom for Repobll
ship. Were this not true, were decency and justice in
East indeed the President's view of his goals, then he u4\
ministration would certainly seek to punishas with eqtiii
punished IsraelNasser's dangerous claim to bellijemt 1
The resulting panorama of today's Near East diletmui
directly attributed to this double diplomacy. Much hi ton
ten here ana" elsewhere about its ill-effects. While the hebeM
dependence on Arab oil as a strictly oneway relationship, lj
Arabs in the ascendant role, has never been exposed, the p
culpability in Nasser's unchallenged revival is currently
ploited to the core.
To such culpability is added the fact that Mr. Eisenhoftri
on promises to Israel in exchange for withdrawal, which 1
developing into an unusual separation of fields of conf__,
change for Nasser's "uncontested" right to blockade Israeli i
through the Suez Canal, the Administration is at least atten
establish the inviolable international status of Guh* of Aqihtt
When the public relations value of a U.S. tanker's UndineI
as it did last weekend after ploughing as a symbol through th*
watersno longer registers on Jim Hagerty's gauges, the w'aajf
will be permitted to take over.
a a
HI ItVUStS HIS HUB AU$1
A LI OF which means that Republicans must he in form
** reappraisal of their leadership potential If it s*
Richard NixopT- destiny to be required to wait until,
he may not hive" the burden to bear that was Mr. StevenwH
from President Truman in 1952. but he will m >s1 certainly naff
the rich Ike aura of better days. In retrospect, it will besfl-
recognired that THr. Eisenhower's single contribution to the I
political scene was his ability twice to be elected as 1 R0L_
and principally by people for whom essential Republicanism i
Uniting behind the unreasonable attraction of hi- r*"osiBM
diverse voices as Knowland. Jenner. Dirksen and McCarthy*!
one hand, and Herter and Stassen on the other, found
under the same roof.
It is clear from this schizophrenic situation that
Republican party, but severalthe separate per>onaliti*jf,4
political body permitting such physical propinquity a< 1! nttrl
tolerate for the simple sake of survival. When Mr r^nhD**
of the "new Republicanism." he speaks about himself only. AMI
confusion is indigenous to his nature, it is not indigenous to |
tures of those who have existed through sheer contact with hi*
whose unity under his leadership he touts, really want no*
neither his true leadership nor his brand of unity.
It is in the area of foreign relations, alone, that taei
political body joined intent to permit the President t0***7
judgment. This decision by omission, emphasi/im: ancieiU
lationist inclination, duplicates the newly-emerging S""
aration of spoils. Never really interested in foreign rci*
party gave Mr. Eisenhower full reign to demonstrate hf
there in exchange for control of the domestic- front J
The current reappraisal of the President is not ""^p
bungling in foreign affairs; this was until now awep'ff^K. fj
and the price to be paid for conservative faction '"^P""*^,*!
the reappraisal is the result of the President s sudden in
home to bungle the nation's pocketto challenge th P*"'
here.
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Wt Atl WITHOUT SOKISMtN TOMf
?HE DEMOCRATS, no less.than the Republicans, are*"1
situation. Waxing in self-perpetuating memone* *
both at home and abroad, they have brought the most 1
wt" ai nome ana abroad, they have Drougni im ^
of opposition to the Administration when opposite ^ |
While the current difficulties in the Near Easl a), tbfrt i
attributed to the President and his Secretary of Stw- k
doub that a virile minority might have effectively deflect".
ward spiral of our utter failure there. ,- ,f W
But the party that at election time congratulates _iu BJ|
possessed the leader who recognized tbeState ofIsraar -
after its declaration'of Independence, hardly musterw *riM
States defense several years later. In foreign affairs sm
area or politicking that should have been their pnnci
Centipued en Pa** I0A


r> April 12. 1957_
*Jen>lst>n,*U*
Page 5-A
ZOA Will Honor Gables Leaders in June
Attorney Richard E.
Bin has been elected
I Ruler of Miami Lodge
P. 0. Elks. _____
iy Clinic Moves
lew Quarters
|k Cerebral Palsy Afsn. V :-
jved into its new Yehtbilitl-
Inic near Jarkson Memorial
. at 1411 NW 14th ave.
w clinic quarters will pr>
I square feet of treatment
I comparison to 6,800 square
its present quarters. The
Inter was built at > cost of
. Some $125,000 of this
[was allocated by the Flor-
tate Development Commis-
Bd the United States Public
I Service The balance was
Ilrom money set aside from
Bug telethons.
new rehabilitation center
tut complete diagnostic
evaluation clinic sarvicas;
service dpartmant; depart
[ of psychology; spaach and
evaluation and therapy;
I education department;
I therapy; occupational
and orthopedic serv-
litional services to be pro-
let the new center will be a
nl training shop, dental
m, and development nursery
The clinic staff numbers
sons. There are 21 physi-
|on the medical staff. Nine
l the Dental Staff.
Coral Gables District of the Zion-
ist Organization of America is mak-
ing plans to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Simon in June.
The Simons are charter members
of the district. Established in their
honor will be tr o scholarships in
the Kfar Stiver Children's Agricul-
tural Training School in Ashkelon.
Israel, to be known as the Morris
and Rose Simon scholarships.
According to Max Friedson;
president of the district, a buf-
fet dinner and a special program
is being planned for the June
affair. Friedson and Abe Hur-
witi, of 4401 SW 13th tar., as-
sumed the chairmanship of the
dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon are known
throughout Greater Miami for th^ir
work ia behalf of the Zionist Or-
ganization. Simon is honorary vice
president of the Southeast region
of the ZOA, has twice been presi-
dent of the Coral Gables District,
is past treasurer of the South Flor-
ida Zionist Council, and is a mem-
'. cr o\ the board of governors of
'h-* Gr*pter Miami Jewish Pedera-
:rn and of the Greater Miami Is-
. :' Daad Committee.
The establishment of these two
scho'.-rdi.ps will mean that two
tct.-vage youngsters from Moroc-
co will be given art ooportunity
to receive a formal education in
agriculture at the school, which
was established by the ZOA in
Israel in honor of Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver.
Assisting Friendson and Hur-
witz on the affair will be Meyer
Fine, Isadore B. Sacks, Mrs. Pauline I Abraham Kitzen, Emanuel C. Bar-|Hurwitz and Gil Rappaport, direc-
Levick, Lou Shapiro, Dr. and Mrs. I kin, Louis Kaplan, Rabbi B. Leon I tor ofthe Southeast region.
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The Seder Service takes place on the eve of Passoverthis year on the
evening of April 15, and again on the evening of April Id. These dates
correspond to the 15th and 16th days of Nisan in the Year S717 of the
Hebraic calendar. The eight-day Passover observance end* at sundown
on April 23.
1.
The
Seder
Table
is set
A Pictu
'
A FOREWORD BY
JOSEPH JACOBS
This is the first time in history
that the Seder Service has ever
been presented in this simple
picture-story form. It portrays
step-by-step the meaning of the
act* performed during the ritual-
repast
That is why this presentation
is recognised by many rabbis,
Jewish educational and eivie
leaders as a splendid Jewish pub-
lic service a wonderful aid to
parents in arousing the interest
of children and giving them an*
derstanding of what they see and
hear at the Seder Table.
We teach our children the in-
spiring story of Passover as told
in the Book of Exodus, and re-
counted in our Haggadah. We
learn how the Jewish people fled
from slavery in Egypt under
Moses and made man's first cove*
nant with G-d" at Mt. Sinai over
3,000 years ago. And we grate*
fully point out that this covenant
...that no Umte, no master, no
man. no power o* earth cmnitmmd
between mmm end tha Givmr of
HI* mod Divint Urn... is the
moral foundation of even fr*
country in the Western to^
But how many of us irejU
on the reverent mewing of tk
various acts performed duhnt
the Seder Service? lh. 5
hands are washed... when tW
matzah is broken ... when 2
bitter herbs are la-ted ...*,
we relax and recline at tbe table
. What do each of tktie mi
Other acts iignify or irmkofc,?
What pictures do theyceJlis
mind, from ancient tiara wi*.
the Passover story was sctttD*
being lived by our ancetton a
Egyptian bondage?
So on behalf of the Jewiihcoa>
munities of America, I want a
express our thanks and deep is,
preciation to the group of dm*
guished orthodox rsbbiivst
supervised this work; and ta
General Foods and the Origin!
Passover Coffees of Maxwell
House which have sponsored m
many fine Jewish public sarica
in the past and now nuke *>
sible this picture story of at
Seder Service.
It is jast after sundown on the
eve of Passover. Everything on'
the Seder Table has been ar-
ranged according to Talmud ic
requirement*. The heart-warn-
ing candles are lit, and tbe
Seder ritual-repast commences
when tbe family comes home
from tbe synagogue in joyous
and elevated spirit.
The Kiddush
(scmctification)
over the wine
Is recited
Tbe bead of tbe house recites
the blessing and tbe wine ia
taken in thanks for G-dV good-
ness and bounty. During the
Seder ritual, everyone at tbe
table partakes of 4 caps of wine
to mark G-d*s four-fold promise
ef Israels redemption from
Egypt, as recounted in tbe Book
ef Exodus.
The ritual-
repast
is taken In
reclined
Informal
positions
" *
At the Seder Table, ererw"
relaxes-juM as s prince i
cient times when only if *
were privileged to recliae *
eating. Thus. hen tbe I*
lies went forth from a****
ef Egypt, tbey rexli-W *
eating as a symbol si
freedom.
The hands
are laved
(washed)
Washing or laving tbe hands is
symbolic of both physical clean-
liness and spiritual ^notifica-
tion. The concept of purity it
basic in tbe Jewish religion, as
stated in tbe Mosaic dietary and
hygienic as well s moral laws.
In fact, cleanliness is often
m expression ef
The
Karpos
is eaten
Tbe Karoos is a small piece of
parsley or celery, dipped in salt
water. Through legendary inter-
r*^eta of at* mystic value, the
word karpos" represents tbe
" myriads," a* the 600,000
Israelite slaves hold in Egyptian
Dividing the
middle
matxon;
and hiding
tn# Afikoni#fi
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Seder Plate. The .Jfg>
bouse take, the ^*TLr
vide, it, ^..^S.SsieV
piece in a do.ly- Tbe tm
*E*~y.^Aje.
returning U as UV jj
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ril 5. 1957
* ml^ flr*-*to> Paga 9-A
tory of the Seder
OR CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS
The
Seder Plat*
is lifted;
"This is the
Bread of
Affliction"
The Seder Plate U held high by
the bead of the house-recalling
Israelite goffering in Egypt, at
symbolised by the matzah, bit*
ter herb* and other items on
the plate. "This is the Bread of
Affliction" is recited, inviting
11 who are hungry to come and
eat and celebrate the Passover
joyfully.
The Four
Questions
ore asked
by the
youngest
at the table
The Four Questions are high
points of the Seder Service,
The head of the house reads the
answers from the Haggadah, re*
counting the miraculous deliv.
erance of the Israelites from
Egypt, their brave march of
Faith into the wilderness of
Sinai to worship the G-d of
their fathers.
What Is
the meaning
of Passover?
The head of the house points to
the lamb shankbone on the
Seder Plate. This is symbolic of
the < Passover sacrifice for the;
Lord's mercy, compassion and
redemption ."because Ho
pasted over the house of the)
children of Israel in Egypt when
He smote the Egyptians and de*
livered our houses." (Ex. 12,27).

Why are
Matzahs
eaten?
The bead of the house points to
the Matzah on the Seder Plate.
This is symbolic of the haste in
which the Israelites started their
valiant march out of Egypt. They
did not have time to allow the
dough of their bread to leaven.
So "They baked unleavened
cakes (matzah) from the dough
which they brought forth oat of
Egypt" (Ex. 12,39).
Why Bitter
Herbs; why
dipped In
Haroset?
The head of the house points to
the Bitter Herbs and the Hare*
set. The Bitter.Herbs are iym
bolic of the bitter lives; and
the Haroset represents the mor>
tar used by the enslaved Israel*-
ites. "And they embittered their
life with hard labor, in mortar
and in bricks, and with all man*
ner of work in the field ."
(Ex. 1,14).
14.
jaw >__ No other meal in the work!
ine Egg gurti m^ ,ne Seder repast. Tba
IS Oaten first thing eaten is a hard boiled]
and the d'pped in Mlt water l***
g-. calling the divided water* ol
vieOI j^ jjgj Sea). Other foods *of
COmiTrenCOf ten with cooking. But the ego.
only gets harder. This symbol*
lies the character of Israel,,
hardening under oppression in.
its resolve to live and. flourish.
For a perfect, pleasant Passover, let
the family rejoice over cheering cup*
of Coffee. Maxwell House and
Instant Maxwell Hawse coffees ...
both certified Kosher and Parve for
Passover... are favored in far more
Jewish homes than any other brand
... for richer coffee enjoyment dur-
ing the Passover, on the Sabbath and
the year around because that
Cjood-to-rhe-lait drop flavor mean*
"lo'om voi is a ins in dor vakr

The
Meal
ends
Grace is said, followed by psalms
of Grace and Hallelujahs. The
family then bursts into tradi-
tional songs of thanksgiving and
Joy. Most famous among these
is the "Had Gadyah," an aller-
gorical song in which a kid
(goat) is the hero. This holds
the child's interest to the very
end of the service.
Elijah's
Cup;
and the
open
door
A big cup of wine is set in tha
center of the table for Elijah)
and a door is opened wide at
the completion of Grace. Elijah
is G-d's messenger and protec-
tor of the Israelites in all ages.
It is prophesied that he will
some day appear with the glad
tidings of the salvation and re-
demption of all mankind.
A JEWISH PUBLIC SERVICE PRESENTED BY THE
Original Passover Coffees
MAXWELL HOUSE
Pro^wf. of OmhmJ faaJ.
The production of
Oi KhtrtlmMit
was uporvtood bv
four OrUwdox KabU*.
Copyright 1*87 Joooph Jacob. Organisation, Inc.
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Miami Zionists Will Honor Torczyner at Meetings
Greater Miami Districts of the dent of the ZOA. during his visit Torczyner will discuas plans to set |
Zionist Organization of America here through next Thursday. I up a special membership drive and
will honor Jacques Torczyner, of! Torczvner is vice chairman of a series of programs for "Zionist
New York City, national vice presi-l'he ZOA, dinaer committee, chair-Month." which wJI start with, the .
man of the world Zionist affairs brunch Apr. 14 snd end Ma> li.
committee and is one f fe flm- f Q L PowtM ol Mi,mi
ders and organizers Ol the World ^ f R,n Confederation of Gerrral Z.on- m of *,i.mi will .Is. be guests
'""'" of the ZOA at the brunch, at
which time they will sign pro-
World Zionist c la-nation declarina^";
#ef a ntaac Wonifce.'
of the Rifkind committee, as well
as of the special committee ap-
pointed by the Jewish Agency
to study the fwture of the Zion-
ist movement.
He has been a delenate to the
three poet wjr World Zionist
Congresses and Wlw$Prr4liS>er A- Wo
On Sunday afternoon. Torczyner
will meet with leaders of the Mi-
ami Beach Dislrut at th hi ne
District president Burnett Roth, n
discuss prosjrnaj of the Alex Van
Miami Zionist District and
Coral Gables Zionist District will
hold a joint mooting Wednesday
evening ot the University- of
Miami Hillol Foundation, 1100
Mil lor dr.. Coral Gables, to hear
Torczyner. Max Friodson, presi-
dent of the Gablos District, and
Abo Kosow, president of the Mi-
ami District, will ho co-hosts.
""'""iicoT;;
James David Iii,
chairman f i^*"*,
"< Rabbi b. Leon u '
gram chairman of J^M
cial hour and retr**
[follow the program.
JACWIS J0*cirnw
North Shan District was to meet Straatrn memorial dinner May 5;
Torcw/ner Thursday eventaj at in naamory of the lat Zionist le>d-|
the Bel Aire hotel. U> ". Proceeds ot the affair h..
Ezra Fingold. president been ear-marked for the Kfr Sil
The 10 Zionnist Districts here ver Agricultural Training Sclmol
will be hosts to Torc-yner at a in Israel. Leonard H. Glasser is
brunch Standay morning at the chairman o{ ,he dinner, and Max-
DiLido hotel A Arthur I'ekelner. ,, .... .
well Mangold is co-chairman
chairman of the Presidents toun -----------------------------------------
cil of the ZOA Districts here, said
REGISTER NOW
S. tOf All fm. 4 tin ) .. |.iw
mn, ltyH ..*. W~ W la MM SmcIi H. *,.
inMii^Ciw, w.iin,!. .nut,
Ht: SiSS H t Ml iiO| riln
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n vim tiie.....omim i,
ctiitiiicie
FINAL DAY TO REGISTER-APRIL 28
ReminderCourteiv of
COUNCILMAN HAROLD SPAtT
Rehearsal Open;
THE WEEK... US I SEE II You Can Hear UM
Orchestra Practice
(Pd.PoLAeJ
Continued from Page 4 A
taiset the Democrats in 1956 succeeded in creating a rousing cres
cendo of silence for fear of embarrassing the Administration.
Having failed to shake themselves from the meaningless scuttle-
butt of 'Trumanism" even during Stevenson"5 second campaign, still
"Uannred by malevolent Republican charges of treason and worse,
tbe Democrats folded in the name of a bi-partisanism which John
F< ster Dulle- long before crushed beneath his heal and revived only
temporarily to disguise his ,ivcrea failures and to muzzle the opposi-
tion in a foregone election campaign.
But these are the least of the Democratic party's problems today.
As with the GOP, there is not one Democratic party, but several The
h. .;>e that gathers Morse and Eastland. Kefauver and Bvrd. Shivers
and Douglas beneath one roof is a house divided Out of its delibera-
henceforth can come not justice and dignity but compromise and
expediency. It i- this upon which the Nassen thnve and the Ben
Gurion* are humbled from whatever the source and at all times in
historybe it now or 1960.
And here the day is arrived upon which we eat the bitter fruit
Of the purge of the free and liberal thinker from our midst Although
fhe purger is gone. s0 are his victims. We have frightened them away.
tnd there is no one our spokesman.
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plans for its largest spring event
in the form of a rehearsal party
at the Miami Beach auditorium
Saturday.
Invitations hav? gone to Club
members, their guests and pros-
pective members to sit in on an
open rehearsal of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra un-
der the baton of conductor John
Bitter.
Jorge Bolet, famed Cuban-born
pianist and guest artist at the con-
certs on Sunday and Monday eve-
nings, will rehearse with the or-]
chestra.
The open rehearsal party will
take the place of the musical pre-1
view u.-ually held on Friday before
the concerts.

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The fact that the $1,000,00 car-
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Ike and Dag Wax Poetic Today
WASHINGTON (JTA) The President of the United States cau-
tiously began to back away this week from his Feb. 20 "assumption" that
the President of Egypt did not really mean his repeated and emphatic
declarations of a continued Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal to
Israeli shipping. ^^^^^^^
The procedure, apparently con-i
sidered advisable in view of Nas-j ministration support on Suez in Mr
ser's refusal to budge on his *"-jBen Gunoni withdrawal corres-
M-tence on complete control of the pondence wtth the President,
international waterway, was laun-
ched at a Pre>idenital press con-
ference.
Mr Eisenhower drew a sharp
distinction between commitments
of his Administration to Israel on
the Gaza Strip and the Aqaba Gulf.
on the one hand, and the Admin-
istration's attitude on Israels tran-
sit rights on the other.
In response to a question, the
President said he thought the
matter of Israel's access to the
canal was on a different basis
than the question of the Gaia
Strip and the Gulf of Aqaba. He
added that in correspondence
with Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion, the Premier did not men-
tion the canal matter as one of
the assurances he would require
for final Sinai withdrawal.
Asserting that he still felt ev-
ery country has a right to use the
Suei Canal and that the United
States still adheres to this view,
Mr. Dulles did not go into any
discussion of what he was doing
to get supoort from the one in-
dividual where it really counted
the Egyptian dictator.
He did say that Nasser tU ri-k
ins continued Eisenhower Admin
i-tr;ition aid and that he still hoped
for Nassers cooperation The tab-
stance of the matter seemed to be
that the Eisenhower Administra-
tion .i- t'Mi-tmB pressure with all
, available weapons and was awaiting
result*.
A Point of Debate
Secretary General Dag Ham
marskjold. reporting to a press con-
ference on his mission to Cairo.
Mr Eisenhower said that Egypt helped to cloud the simple legal
Wat claiming certain belligerent matter of Israel's unquestioned
rights in denying passage to Israeli rjgrit to Suez Canal transit. His dis-
shippine and that he did not know CUv>ion was based on an Oct. 13
how this would be settled. resolution of the Security Council
It tummed up to a complete requiring no discrimination against
switch on President Eisenhower's anv nation's shipping "overt and
previous sunny optimism that there covert."
was no reason to assume that Nas- Mr. Hammarskjold found, how-!
ser wouhj block Israeli shipping ever, that there was jt point of de-
and it drew a ouick response of hate. He said that the matter was
alarm from Israeli sources, who ex-j really t,ed to the ( on-hmtinople I
pressed fear that the Eisenhower I convention of 1888 and that under!
Administrate n was preparing to that convention Egvpt has been,
scuttle Israels Sue/ Canal right- to j claiming it is in a "state of war"!
get some kind of a settlement with Wlth Israel and therefore entitled
Nasser on the canal issue to bar the Canal to Israel-bound
Who Wrote Whet .hips,
totters were not greatly improv- Mr. Hammarskjold did not bring
ed by the reaffirmation by Secre- Up the fact that the (onstantinople
tan of State Dulles that Israel had convention pledges all signatory
passage. rights in both the Suez nations, including Egypt, to main-
Canal and the Aqaba waterway. He' -----------'---------------------------------
too noted the previosly unmention-j
ed matter of the absence of an |
1-raeli claim on Eisenhower Ad-1_____________
tain uninterrupted access to the
Canal, in war and in peace. Nor
did the t'N official find any con-
flict between his readiness to give
credence to Egypt's "right of bellig-
erence" and his prior interpretation
of the 1949 Israel-Egypt armistice
pact as barring any such rights to
either jrty.
He told the press wMiimat
that he had "formally franemeV
ted" to Egypt the primary -
tion asked by Israel. This re-
quested e "yes" or "no" answer
; as to whether the Nasser regime
considered itself In a state of
belligerence. He hed not, he re-
ported, received an answer.
There was little question that Mr.
Hammarskjold would never get an
answer.
A formal statement by Nasser
that he considered Egypt in a "state
of belligerence" would be a formal
confession of violation of the 1949
armistice pact, as well as of a whole
series of Security Council orders
and General Assembly resolutions
This would also undercut Nasser's
claims to UN support of his legal
rights m the Sinai peninsula. As a
confessed belligerent, he could
have no claim either to Sharm el
Sheikh or the Gaza Strip, two pieces
of Egyptian real estate lost in a war
in which he was thus an admitted
participant, rather than the victim
of "aggression."
The news was better on the
status of the United Nations
Emergency Force in the two
areas. While Mr. Hammarskjold
was, as always, carefully vague
at his press conference, he ap-
peared to imply that UNEF is
responsible for internal security
in the Gaza Strip
Mr Hammarskjold also threw
some dust in the air on the ques-
tion of belligerence. He expressed
the extraordinary opinion that a
claim of belligerence by one IN
, member against another was not. in
itself, "against the UN charter."
Straining the English language to
the point of nearly no return, he
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LApril 12. 1957
'otc$ from the Kabbi s J^ulpit
[following is another in a series of article* prepared by spiritual
\M htit for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" )n cooper-
,n u-ith the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
rson, oj Tifereth Israel Northsidc Center, is coordinator of this
hon
ferton. oj
issn. program

iabbat
Place at Passover
fcBBI ABRAHAM HERSON
th lsral Cengreetion
Shabbat which preceeds
east of Passover is tradition-
nown as the "Great Shab-
rhe Shabbat was always a
_ sacred day to our peo-
[ts holiness comes with the
on of the world. Moses, in
Dg for human rights"tikun
Shabbat"instituted the
[th day is a day of rest for
Ihildren of Israel while in
{oh's slavery. The Shabbat
our "malkeso" the sover-
|$pirit of our life. Yet, the
why this particular Shab-
sfore Passover was designat-
"G r e a t" is explained
gh the following text and
s a special message of un-
hed quality and timelessness:
ben Moses called for all the
|rs of Israel, and said unto
n: 'Draw out, and take you
bs according to your fami-
and kill the Passover
ordinance was to be real-
fon the tenth day of the
miUGHTINGTM
fruan 11 6:25 pan.
>ttfbatn <^<
month Nisan. The Midrash relates
a very interesting discussion be-
tween Moses and God. Moses ex-
claimed: "Lord of the universe!
How can I possibly do this thing?
Dost Thou not know that the
lamb is the Egyptian god?" To
which God replied, "As thou liv-
est, Israel will not depart from
here befofre they slaughter the
Egyptian gods before their eyes,
that I may teach them.that their
gods are really nothing at all."
This homily not only explains
the reason for the greatness of
this Shabbat, the date on which
the Passover offering had to be
made, but also sheds a new light
upon the ve^y fundamentals
which freedom can be main-
tained.
The children of Israel had to
face two prerequisites to their
emancipation. First, they were re-
quired to have perfect faith in
God. Second, they had to demon-
trate their willingness and fear-
lessness by killing the deified
lamb before the -entire popula-
tion. This was no easy matter. To
take a people who were four
centuries in a land surrounded
with idol worship, and ask them
to eradicate all primeval wor-
ship, this was a challenge that
even concerned the undaunted
leader, Moses.
The act to "draw out and take
the lamfi" may be interpreted to
constitute two separate acts of
historic value by our people. The
... -- ~~
phlegmatic attitude and make the
Shabbat great and permit its sov-
ereign spirit to rule our lives.
The second profound message
that this Shabbat carries is the in-
struction to eradicate the larnbs
symbolic idolswhich we have
acquired in our modern day. We
are plagued today with many per-
sonal idols which separate the
people'from the synagogue and
cut deep into the heart of our re-
ligious life.
Page 15-fl,
for everything. Now is the time
to return and practice with "mu-
nah"perfect faithour relig-
ious tenets. Today when fear and
panic stride over the world; today
when the shadows of the Pharaohs
emerge once again from the land
of the Nile and threaten the world
with human slavery, it is our sac-
red duty to "take to heart" these
matters and permit the sacred
S.habbat to penetrate into our
lives, then we shall grow in spirit
and we shall not know of fear
There is a time and a season anymore.
RABBI AMAHAM HIKSON
. fa aVew tut
Monday p.m. Tuesday 8:80 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Significance of Passover."
6 p.m. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon:
"Yester-Year and Today."

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lthr-
fitld. Canter. Abraham Self. ,
Friday 6 p.m. Sermon: "Shabbos
jHafradol." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion."

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Bare I* Kelemer.
first was the unity of the people
with the One in Heaven. Our
fathers, for the first time in his-
tory, accomplished a "lekichas
libon"a serious taking to heart
that God is the only God; they
believed in God and in Moses His
servant.
The second act was the great
demonstration not at darkness,
but at dusk, of the slaughtering of
the Passover lamb. That which
Moses feared most, the people of
Israel rallied to without fear or
falter, and with united hearts re-
alized the ordinance of God.
This occasion of Shabbat Hag-
odol once again calls upon the
children of Israel to unite in per-
fect faith in the "avodas Hashem"
in the service of God. The in-
stitution of the sacred Shabbat
has long been established, but
alas, the observers of the Shabbat
are indeed few in number. We
have a'pirod levovos"a discon-
tentment of heart. If our people
are to remain the holy nation,
then we must do it by "drawing"
ourselves out from the hitherto
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The
Sabbath in Spirit." Tueaday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Two Conflicting; Idealoules."
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "A So-
cial Religion."

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th it.
and NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mendel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Renewed
Vigor In Festival Seasons." Saturday
9 a.m. Sermon: "Why Shabbos Hag-
adul?" Monday 6:30 p.m. Tuesday 9
a.m. Sermon: "The Open Door of
Passover Haggadah." t p.m. Wednes-
day 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph \,.
Arkln. Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltz-
vah: Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Jacobs. Has Mitzvah: Si
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Milton I
cob-. Monday 6:1.". p.m. Tuesday
10:45 a.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor le>
reel Raich.
Friday 5 and 9:30 p.m. Sermon: "Be
ware of Counterfeit Religion." Bs
day 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
Bar Mitzvah: Michael, son of Mr. anil
Mis David Sheldon: Daniel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Mitnick. Mon-
day 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday 9
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday 9 a..m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. "Sermon: "Are Our
Reform Religious Text Books Reform
or Religious?"
TEMPLE *JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
Price Freedom?" Saturday 9:43 .m.
Bar Mitzvah: Michael and Jay, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Peskoe.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
Henry OkoIke. Canter Maurice "1st st. and N.E. 6th aye. Re-
ervices in
a

reater
JU
Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Pass-
over story." Saturday B a m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion." Bar Mitzvah: Mich-
ael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ka-
brikant. Monday 6:45 p.m. Tuesday 9
a.m.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Meyer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday S:15 p.m.. Saturday 8:41 a in.
Bur Mitzvali: Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Holtxman. Monday 6:30
Tuesday 8:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
p.m.
Weil
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. S720 SW 17th
St. Conservative. P.abbi Alfred
Waxman.
Friday ":Sft and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Preparing for the Croat Event." Sat-
urday ft a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Por
tlon." Bar Mitzvah: Harold, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Markovitz.
e e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
ednesduy 8:45 a.m.

iami
I Passover, the festival marking the end of Israel's bondage in Egypt and the Exodus from slavery,
klly begins with early evening services Monday, Apr. 15, to be followed by the first Seder. Prior ob-
pces include Bedikas Chometz (Search for Leaven) Sunday evening and Siyum Ha B'Chor (Service
rst Born Son) Monday morning. Second Seder is held on the evening of the first day of Passover,
ay, Apr. 16. Second day is Wednesday, Apr. 17, followed by Choi Hamoed on Thursday, Apr. 18.
omplete Passover schedule see Pg. 1 C.) _________________________^^^^
JDATH ISRAEL. 7B01 Carlyle
Jrthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
fiy l:M p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumoord.
'Friday 1:15 p.m. at 317 Merrick. I'nl-
verslty of Miami Sermon: "The Com-
ing .of Spring and Men'.- Search for
Freedom." Abbreviated Seder service ., m Tuesday- 8:
following. Guest cantor: Dr. Paul j.,,SBOver Call f Beck. Also participating: Frank Green-
berg, Great Neck, I>.l.
Abraham He rson.
Giants.
Cantor Albert
Ing to Passover at 5 p.m. Monday 7:30
a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Tuesday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Half Slave and Half Free."
6:15 p.m. vTedlieeda) I Ma.tn. Sermon:.
"The Great Sabbath __ The 6:,:' ,,m- Wednesday S:30 a.m.
Uon of Passover." Monday 8 'Tomorrows Freedom Today."
nl 1:30 p.m. Tuesilny 8:30 a.m.
Hi- Passover and the
npatlon Act." 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
u a in. Sirinon: "PassoverThe
[ <>f Dawn."

SHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
9 m. Saturday. Par Mltz-
ttwirrj s, n f Ml. an(, Mlfl
> -mart.
a
TH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
pvstive. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
Cantor William W. Llpson.
y 8.15 p.m. Sermon: -Kill ih
'' Reality." Oneg Shabbat
K'l Mrs. Jemme Stern;
anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m.
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Friday fi p.m. Saturday 1:80 a.m.
Bunion; "The Unending F.xndus."
Tucsdav > :'." a m Sermon: "Tile l.e.iv-
en of Life." Wednesday :I0 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Pour Cup's."
e
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euc!id ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
iky.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Benjamin Bitch.
Friday 8:10 p.m. at Weal Miami
Janior High School, 75J5 Coral Wa)
ru Sermon: "The Meaning of Malzo. '
'" EL- 50*> SW 17th ave. Or- Onea Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs Bert
Schlld; Mr. and .Mis. Byron 1-unk.
e
i .- *. wi-
* Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr-
'ny-i,'',;" Sl"u">nv : ""
in the Footprints of Klljah."
y ii p.m. Tuesday 8:30 a.m.
''"' ,'" 'be Kgypt Within."
"!. "lii.;*l.v x:30 a.m. Ser-
"'"! Heritage Will .You
U"
fjH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rvative. Rabbi David W.

C ,SRAEL. 4000 Prairie eve.
Rbbi H. Loois Rott-
Eny *TiPm- """lay 8:30 a.m.
ha i.n. n.""'" Babbath." Mon-
m 's? Tuey :S0 a.m. and
'.;;<": "The r- Sons."
'..am. Sermon: "Fe.U-
l JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
*; Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
^ntor Maurice Mamches.
^Th.m., 8,u-"y 8:S0 a.m.
Uctur. ref,n"'" of *he Sab-
^ur on J.wlah law pertaln-
*t
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 196th st. Con-
servative.
e e
FLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW
51st pL Conservative. Rabbi Lee
Helm.
fi.m.
. pr
of lllscayne Division of NCJW. Topic:
"Jewish Women In Today's World.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "WeehlJ
Portion." Mine ha < p.m. Bar Mltxvah.
Harry, son of Mr. and Mr* Jacoh
Fii.-dmen. Monday :80 p.m. Tueaday
and Wednesday 9 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1001 S. Andrews eve.. Ft. Laoder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
Uks pertaining to the Passover. Mon-
day 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday 8:45
a in Sermon: "What Shall \^e Answer
Our Children?" Mlncha 6:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Passoverthe
Holiday of Faith."
e e
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservativa.
Friday 8:15 p.m. BtlOat speaker: Na-
than Becker, president of the center.
Topic: "Why A Jew."' Ones Shabhal
hosts: Mr. and Mi s. rson; Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas BcallSOi Satin day
1:15 a.m.
e
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates,
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk st., Hollywood. Ra-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
I rlday S:.10 p.m. Sermon: "The Itc-
ponalbTlltlaa of Jewish Leadership." |
Installation <-eremonlea for affieara and
board of governors.
*
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
terverlve. Rabbi Samuel Larar.
e e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
1030 Polk St.. Hollywood. Conserv-
ativa. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
1-Yidav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Sabbath
Hagadol or the Great Sabbath." Sat-
urday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Egyptian
Bondage."
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kalemer.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon. "First
Stops Toward Freedom." Oneg Shab-
bat hosts Mr. and Mrs. Irving K "f-
man. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The
Sovereignty of nhe Sabbath." KlddlsB)
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon:
50th wedding anniversary Mnnda>
30 a.m. Sermon: "The
>r Freedom." 6:15 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Secura
Theae Human Rights."
s e
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
e s o
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora. ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Loon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Sermon: "I.ife and
Filday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Just Tillies ,,, Harm-li Splnoaa "< >neg Sliah.
What Is Liberal Judaism T'
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave., M B.
Phones: JE 8-2205 JE 1-1969
1 '"'K i bat hosts: Mr a ml Mrs. Irving Simon.
Sai'i .1... I :m a m Sermon: "Sabbatb
Hagadol." Momla\ 8 p.m. Tuoeda) '')
a.m. Sermon: "The Element! of I
dom." fl p.m. \V< <:30 a.m. SeM
Sob: "Tba Ifeenlng oi History."
nidav 6:15 and 8:30 p.m. Ouesl
speaker: Mrs. Kidney l^wls.j.resident IYehudeh Heiloraun.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Oroes.
Friday :30 p.m. Saturday 9 njn.
Sermon: "The Significance of Shsbbos
Hagadol." Talmudlc discourse on the
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Canter Samuel
Salkow.
Friday l.'tt P m. Saturday 8 a.m.
, NEWMAN~
QOXVON
UNHU, MOMS
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The dedication of a monument -
to the memprv of the late
SAM PR0STIRMAN
U'lll tn^e place Sunday.
April 14th, at 2:15 p.m.
at Mt. Neho Cemetery
with Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Cantor Samuel Kelemer
officiating.
Mr. Ram Ti-osterman, who Is
Miiviverl by his wife, Eva, was
piomliunt in all JeJWrSh com-
munal activities durlac M* '-
time, and was particularly well
Known for his dedicated service
to the Jewish National Fund
Council of dealer Miami, of
which he was president and then
honorary life president for 12
years. He was also vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, treasurer of the Itureau
of Jewish Kdncation of Greater
Miami and served on the budgot
imlttee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Mr. Daniel M. Broad, Presi-
dent of the Jewish National .
Fund Council, will dedicate the
Sam -prosterman Memorial
"Grove which was planted in Is-
rael, during the uSveiling cere-
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*Jmls*ncrk#*n
friday.Jl
&4Lout your ^Special J-avoriies
Here's Your Menu for First Seder
mixture i, thick. ^Z|
By Mrs. Regin* Frischwasser
STEWED SWEETBREADS
1 pair calves .sweetbreads
2 cups soup
1 teaspoon salt
H teaspoon pepper
'. lemon
1 tablespoon potato starch
Soak the sweetbreads in warm
water for two or three hours, l'ui
them in a stewing pan. with boiling
water and boil them seven minutes.
I,ay the sweetbreads in a stewpan,
pour the soup over them, add mU
pepper and simmer ont hear haft
thorn out "it to very hot pliu,
arid the juice of half a lemon and
potato starch to (ho gravy, stir
smoothly and boil one minute. Pour
over sweetbreads and serve.
*
STEWED VEAL
3 lbs. stewing veal
2 carrots
*
And for Year 'Round Eating
WHITE FRUIT CAKE
?4 cup shortening
l-3< cups flour
' teaspoon soda
6 eggs
l-'i cups sugar
2 tablespoons lemon juice
s4 cup candied cherries
*j cup finely cut candied
pineapple
'i cup blanched walnuts
M cup raisins
Cream shortening until light.
Orthodoxy Says
Cott is Kosher
The only soft drinks certified by
the Union of Orthodox Jewiah con-
itioai of America as Kosher
LPesach are being offered this
Passover by the Cott Beverage Cor-
poration, manufacturers of Um fa-
mous Cott Quality Beverages. The
Kosher for Passover Cott Quality
Beverages are manufactured under
Orthodox Union on-the-spot factory
supervision.
AUGUST BROS ftV7
ll t, Bl SI '
Gradually stir in sifted flour and
baking soda. Beat the eggwhites
until stiff. Sift the powdered su-
gar over the egg whites a little at
;i time, and fold in carefully. Com-
bine the two mixtures with a fold-
ing motion. Add lemon juice, can-
died cherries, candied pineapple,
nuts and raiins. Stir well and bake
in a large loaf pan lined with
greased paper in a cool oven 325
degs. F. one hour.
MILK A HONEY CAKE
'? cup shortening
li teaspoon salt
'i teaspoon vanilla
4 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 cups flour
2-'2 teaspoons baking powder
4 cup honey
4 cup undiluted evaporated milk
Combine shortening with salt and
vanilla Add the sugar gradually
and cream until light and fluffy.
Add the aggi one at a time and
teat thoroughly after each addi-
tion. Sift with baking powder 3
.times. Combine evaporated milk
with honey. Add small amounts of
, the flour alternately with the milk
and honey mixture to the batter.
Pour into a greased pan 8x8x2 in-
ches and bake in a moderate oven
350 degs. F one hour.
1 onion
1 green pepper
4 stalks celery
1 clove garlic
1 tomato
1 turnip
Cut the veal for stew in small
pieces. Cover with water, season
with salt. oepDer and ginger and
cook very slowly for one hour. Add
the above mentioned vegetables,
cut into small pieces. Cook until
the meat and vegetables are ten
der. then remove meat and press
the vegetables through a sieve. Re-
place the meat and heat thoroughly
and serve with:
POTATO PLUM KNOEDEL
7 large potatoes
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup matzoh meal
4 eggs
2 tablespoons melted
chicken fat
Peel and cook potatoes until they
are tender. Place them in a bowl
and mash them and let cool a little.
Add 4 well beaten eggs, chicken
fat and matzoh flour. Knead a soft
dough. Take a handful of dough:
shape into a small round latke!
Place on it a pitted prune and al-1
low to cook 12 to 15 minutes. Take
out the knoedels and strain them.
Serve with the meat and gravy!
poured over them.
IMBERLACH
2 cups matzoh flour
Mi lb. powdered ginger
4 lb. honey
1-', cups sugar -
a .<** turo n
Mix together matzoh flour, well thick
beaten egga and ginger. Set the lengths
nog) "ins
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Hadassah Groups Eye Con
Mm*
Kicking off annual fund raising drive of Greater Miami chapter
of National Nephrosis Foundation, which gets underway this
week, is Nephrosis theme child Louis Shapiro, a victim of
dread kidney ailment, who is shown accepting first contribu-
tion from beautiful Barry Sisters, singing stars of radio and
TV fame.
'Childhood Nephrosis Month' Slated
Here as Teen-Agers Plan 'Attack'
Nephrosis. by Mrs
Mayors of Miami. Miami Beach
and Coral Gab!-- have proclaimed
April "Childhood Nephrosis Month"
in their respective citie-.
Mrs. Robert Yolken. president
of the Greater Miami chapter of the
National Nephrosis Foundation, ac-
cepted the proclamations in behalf
of the local group, and at the same
lime announced the appointment of
Mrs. Henry Green as general chair-
man for the month-lung fund rais-
ing drive.
JerfJ Wichner, di-c joekfl) of
'o Combat
Green
Mri. Green Mid that "the
Greater Miami chapter of the Na-
tional Nephrosis Foundation is
fortunate to have Wichner land
his efforts in this drive. Ho has
always been n idol of tho teen-
age group, and we know that
through his Itadersihp the teen-
agers will make a significant con-
tribution."
Hanna Senesch group of Miami
Beat h chapter ot hadassah will cel-
ebrate installation of incoming of-
ficers lor the next year with a
bruncheon to be given at the Al-
giers hotel Thursday.
Officers to be installed are pres-
ident. Mrs. Joseph Keiser: wee
presidents. Hr Abe Singer. Mrs.
Israrl T-;te&. Mrs Edward Holof-
cener. Mrav'Bcnrv .1 Nelson: treas-
urer. Mrs Lilj H lit: financial sec-
Mi kdolph Beftar.
Recording -itiVary. Mrs. Cva
B'um: corresponding secretariat
Mr~ Georfe Pauer and Mr- Nat
Rifkin: radii Mrs. Jo-
eph Solar: mem>ership secretary,
Mrs Ann Manson: auditor. Mrs.
Charles Bu>hell: and parliamentar-
ian. Mrs Moses Kreifi r
Mr- Arthur Applehaum is lunch-
eon chairman, with Mrs Henry
Hillman and Mr- laidora Lorber
assisting.

HiHh't Florida rp-onal
convention wi!l be held in Jack-
mnville at the G">ro Wa ton hotel, Aor. 27 through 30.
Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen, of na-
tional Hdassah, will be confer-
ence advisor.
Theme of the convention will be
"Faith in the Future."
e e
Meeting of the committee plan-
ning a donor-reward luncheon for
the Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah was held at the Sea Gull hotel,
with Miss Lillian Goodman, educa-
tion vice president,
luncheon chairman.
pit-Mding as
nntk
''-t of e^ofM .yj-
Ml, K l*.j *IB
N" in rehearwl f ,
The annual donor luncheon will
be held May 9 efTke Seville ho- i* a musical enttUeS -
tel. The donor-reward luncheon J*arde "f 1957," n,^
ropr.nt. th. ^o-mplishment ar"'d. W>"". **
ne Hadassah wme
of all Hadassah prefects end ful-
*
Mrs. Philip Kinberg (right) national convention 3*
National Women'a League of United Synagogue of
and Mrs, Hsnry B. Wernick. national vice president 1 i
men a League, shown at Waldman's Crown hotel lebJu
lowing planning session for biennial convention of UcnJ
Waldman's in November, 1958. Some 2.000 deieaafrlj
resenting Conservative sisterhoods, from Maine to CaaS
will attend the convention.
Concord Wine Now in Israel
A native of northeastern lnited|hy Jewish Americans for Passover
States has made itself thoroughly ,nd other use. The wine is now
at home amid the alien landscape being imported for the first time
.f Israel This native American mi- from Israel by the Cannel Wine
grant is the Concern Grape from! cnn,n*~.. a w_
wh.ch is made one of the most Compan>- Md ls **'"* ""d* v'l-
which is
widely consumed types of wine in
the United States It has become
thoroughly acclimated to Israel,
and is being grown there on a rap-
Wirhner. in .in appeal for volun-
teer- to help combat thi- dreaded
children's disease, urged every- i.
teen-eger in the Greater Miami' 'dlyexpanding acreage,
radio station WQAM. was named Mes to Join with hint in thia worthy Al a result. Israel has at last
chairman of "The Teen-age March causc "' 'e''1 ,nat ,hl> ls a wonder-; been able to produce a sweet table
ful opportunity for the teen-a.eis wine of the d pre(erred
to -how our community th.tt they -______
are as interested as their parent!
and civic leaders m making a
so'td contribution to th:- commu-
nity effort." he commented.
Wichner also announced plans
for two teen age dance roundups
to take place on mrrraniiii
Friday and Saturdjy. Dinner Key
auditorium.
inlay has officially he.
creed as "Childhood Nephrosu Tai
Da* "
able throughout the United States.
A relative newcomer te Israel,
the Concord grape has lost none
of the distinctive tinay quality
which has made the wine derived
from it a favorite of American
Jew and non-Jew alike. Like
many other wine frepes Intro-
duced into Israel, H l_
has found soil and clia*an
thoroughly coneaniaL
Wine-makers in brad. i|
the distinction of serviajsi
try with lineage that goal
ancient biblical times,
the Concord thoroofhly i
to cultivation The vine i
duces has the same
qualities as that derive*1:
stay-at-home equivalent
The wine is being boll
rael with attention to till
needs of American
Jeff Chandler is a famed crim-
inal lawyer in Universal-Inter-
national's "The Tattered
Dress." filmed in Cinema-
Scope with Chandler. Jeanne
Crain. Jack Carson. Gail Rus-
sell and Elaine Stewart. Pic-
ture plays Carib. Miami and
Miracle theatres through
Wednesday. Apr. 17.
Melave Malkeh
At Beth Jacob
Siynn in the form of a atelave
Malkeh will be held at Beth Jacob
' ongr gation Bafairda) evening,
Nathan Gmsburg. chairman -aid
he affair is in celebration of the
ompletion of the Tractate Beitzah
V Rabbi Tibor Sterns cla- ln
Talmud.
The class meets each Ttatadtj
vening under Rabbi S-ern's in
truction and is open to the public.
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Academy Women Fete Mrs. Appel
More than 200 workers, friends
and members of the Hebrew Aca-
demy Women gathered at a "Chat"
luncheon at Waldmans Crown ho-
tel Wednesday to pay tribu'e t.>
president Mrs. Benjamin Appel
Spaders of philanthropic an.1 re
liglus organizations were present
to honor Mrs. Appel. who h
ved as president of the organic
tion for the past year.
Gueit speaker was Rabbi Alex-
ander S. 6ross. principal of tht
Academy, who lauded Mr*. Appel
at "one whose life hat been de-
voted fo the education of our
youth, the care of the aged and
Hie redemption of Israel."
Greetings on behalf of the City
Mrs. Benjamin Appel (center) receive* gold disc from Mrs. Irv-
ing Firtel (right) at "Chai" luncheon given for Mrs. Appel orl
Waldman's Crown hotel, looking on are (from left) Mrs. Hy-
man Sandier, Mrs. David & Andron and Mrs. Isidore Spolter.
Copper Items listed
A long list of articles made of
copper is summed up in I Kings
7 45-46 as follows: All these re-
vels, which Hiram made for Kin*
Solomon, in the house of the Lord
were of burnished brass. In the
plain of Jordan did the kins ca-t
them, in the clay ground" Ex-
of Miami Beach were extended by
Councilman Harold Shapiro who
Cited Mrs App.1 as "the outstand-
ing citizen of the year" An orig-
inal program. The Tree of Ute
wntten and directed by Mrs David
\ndron. honorary vice president
,.i BebKw Academy Women, was
the theme of the afternoon.
Mrs. Isidore Spolter and Mrs Hy-
man Sandier, journal chairman
made presentations to top journal
workers. Mrs Irving Firtel was
chairman of the afternoon, and
Mrs. Andron. co-chairman.
Recipients of gold discs were the
Mesdames William Kesselman. Hy-
man Sandier. Samuel Reinhard. Isi-
dore Spolter. Max Silverberg. Trv-
. mg Firtel. Aaron S. Lauer. B. I.
j Binder. Louis Sussman. Benjamin
I Appel. Murray Deblinger. Henry
Ipenchansky. Mortis Dubler. Harry
'Genet. Wolfie Cohen. Alex Miller.
David S. Andron. Benjamin Korn-
reich. Sidney RubinowiU, Jacob D.
'Katt. Max Friedman. Arthur Berg-
man. William Farr. Louis Merwit-
' zer. Abraham Steinberg. Jerry Suss-
man and Joseph Shapiro.
Recipients of Certificates of Mer-
it were the MeVdames Jonah Cap-
Ian. Samuel Cohen. Morris Cohen,
Joseph Cohen. Melchoir Coloring.
Joseph Green berg. Pa*iline Grund-
. werg. Anton Kornreich, Bertha
a ..'Lang. Abraham Margel. Clara Ma-
perts know that the word "brass ^ UawM Binharri Phllm j^
was an archaic reference to "cop-
per "
mm
Twelve-year-old Yvon EHinsky. recently expelled tnal
is shown presenting Israeli Passover Goblet to Mrs. I
Rooswvelt. om Mrs. Joesetyn Shore, United Slates
World Jewish Child's Day, looks on at right Pieasm
made at Hotel Waldorf-Astoria in observance of WaU
Child's Day Sunday.
Local If. Whiz Gets Fellowship
I son. Harold Reinhard. Philip Rote.
, Benfly Roth. Elias Rosch. Leo rtap-
! aport. Joseph Rackovsky. Ted Sel-
Further proof was found in I ev.n Julius Rosenstein. S. J. Stahl
Desteronomy 8: 74>: "For the ; nd Joseph Zemel.
Lord thy God bnngeth thee into \ Jacob Kaufman. Academy vice
a good laad. a land whose stones i president, received a speciaily-de-
are of iron, and out of whose hills signed Israeli Seder plate for being
thou mayest dig copper I top worker in the men"* group.
Miss Marilyn Jackson, senior
honor student at the University
of Miami, was recently awarded
an $1.8*) fellowship at Northwest
em University for 1957-58 grad-
uate school study is clinical psy-
chology.
Miss Jackson is one of IS stu-
dents accepted annually for ad-
mission to Northwestern* graduate
psychology department. Her award
is one of five U.S. Public Health
Fellowships granted annually to
Northwestern students.
Formerly a student at North-
western and at the University of
Florida, Mis Jackson has been
attendiwe the University of Mi-
ami since June, lift,,
was initiated iaH hj |
tionel psychoMff
Kapea Phi wetioadi
orary end Dett. TM,|
scholastic honortryf*)
science srudoatt.
With an A tvtraftttkfl
Miss Jackson has beei gj
student since act fnsijJ
She will have compltMfcj
year course of
study in three years.
Mr. and Mrs. JwostlJ
6328 San Vicente. CoolC
her parents. She i
man of Temple knij
Adults.
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US* Davis, (left) president of Miami Beach chapter, B'nai
yomen receives inscribed electric menorah from Mr.
B. Sol Goldstrom on behalf of the chapter. Some 300
rs and guests witnessed presentation of menorah, sym-
J'nai B'rith, which'took place at tenth annual donor
In at Americana hotel. Mrs. Harry Kaufman intro-
Kjmmunity leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Goldstrom also do-
j trophy for membership. Mrs. Davis was recipient for
Dter, having brought in largest amount of new members
Florida Council of women's chapters and men's
Parkview Prevue
Slated Apr. 27th
Builder Jack Mintzer and his bru-
nette Jackie, with Jacks sister,
Ethel, and her tall Ray Chisling
will be greeting several hundred
guests S-.turdjy. Apr. 27. at their
new Parkview Island clubhouse.
Event is the private cocktail-
buffat prevue of the $100,000
"country club" for Parkview
homeownen that officially opens
the following day.
Guests will be the area's bank-
ers, architects, realtors, builders
and other long-time friends of the
3each pioneer family.
The late I. L. Mintzer, father of
Jack and Ethel, helped found Beth
David, Temple Emanu-El, and Jew-
ish Home for the Aged.
Latest interest was Israel's Dan
hotel, with partners Sam Friedland,
Max Orovitz and Dan Ruskin.
Page 7-B
Although Israel is a newcomer
to oil production, the idea of the
existence of oil in Israel is not
new. In fact, there had been drill-
ing at the Haletz site during the
time of the British Mandate in
1947.
So that needy children will have a happy summer, Satan
Boys' Club, sponsored by Beach Branch of Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, have contributed one scholarship
for GMJCC Day Camp Scholarship Fund. Contribution, being
presented to Miss Miriam Scheinberg, youth activities super-
visor at Beach Branch, was given in name of Leonard Feinberg
Memorial Scholarship Fund. Representing club are Jack Mil-
ler (left) and Stan Fischman (center), president.
t/i Oil
the Rise
ruciul importance of oil
pmomies of modern na-
JdnrTnatized by the cur-
Iflict over the Suez Canal
Channel for the transpor-
oil to Western Europe.
brh for oil goes on in
pds It is highly signifi-
, even at this moment of
fcd crisis in the Middle
Kite of Israel is making
i steps forward in its
ittens and in the pro-
oil.
(in its Statehood with
erjlin Haifa*- but with
tits own Now Israel has
pn to refine some of its
[derived from its wells at
0,000 tons of crude oil
pel's newly staked out
t Heletz have been ac-
in storage tanks, ready
fcrough the refining plant
[Israel Bond funds, which
pyed a key role in the
mineral deposits in
ev region, were instru-
[n the discovery of oil
uans to Mekorot, a prom-
^ael engineering agency
ticipated in the success
ng operation.
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Im of Society
ealtn o
Miss Kohn Now
Mrs. Frumkes
The marriage of Natalie Marjorie
Kohn and Melvyn B. Frumkes took
place in the study of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday evening. The ceremony
was followed by a dinner at tne
Beef & Bird restaurant attended
by the immediate family of the
bride and groom.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Lillian G. Kohn and the late
Milton M. Kohn. of Tampa. The
bridegroom's parents are Mrs Lil-
lian G. Frumkes and the la e liv-
ing Frumkes, of Miami Beach.
\\ hite organdy trimmed ih
delicate blue lace was the bride's
oh' ice for her marriage. She car-
ried a white Bible donneii Sflth
white orchids Mrs Frumkes at-
tended the Universities of Tampa
and Miami and majored in Bus-
- Administration.
.1 vce Marie Singer, of Miami
Beach, sister of the bride, was maid
of honor. Gilbert Haroche. the
bridegroom's brother in-law. serv-
ed as best man. Also attending was
the groom's twin sifter. Barbara
Haroche. from New York.
Mr. Frumkes is a graduate of the
Collage of Law at the I'niversity of
Fit rida. He is a former special as-
sistant Staff Judge Advocate of
Mather Air Force Base. Calif. He is'
rr. -ontly engaged in the practice
of 'aw on Miami Beach
The couple left on a tour of San
Francisco. Lake Tahoe. Reno, and
Las Vegas They expect to spend
several days in the California High
Sierras skiing at Squaw Valley.
I"pen their return, they will make
their home on Miami Beach.
j
1
MtS. IKVIHC LtlDS
lAurenrr- Victor
Mts. mnvYH nmmas
Kaplan, Klonsky
Exchange Vows
Honeymooning in Dsytona Beach
are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L_ Klon-
sky, who were married Saturday in
Waldman's Crown hotel.
Mrs. Klonsky is the former Rita
Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Kaplan. 842 Pennsylvania
ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan B. Klonsky. 520 W. 31st st..
Miss Rosenbaum,
| Irving Leeds Wed
Cecele Rosenbaum and Irving
Leeds were married Sunday by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
The bride it the daughter of Mrs.
Lena Rosenbaum. 714 84th at., Mi-
ami Beach, and the late Mr Rosen-
baum. Mr. Leeds is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Leeds, of 718
84th st.. Miami Beach.
The bride attended New York
University and the University of
Miami Law School. Mr. Leeds at-
tended the University of Tennes-
see and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The couple are honeymooning in
New Orleans.
Light Aqua Lace
For Sunday Bride
At Torah Teshple on Sunday,
Mar. 31. Rabbi Abraham Caasel
performed 2 p.m. ceremony,
which united in marriage Bernice
Kostoff Stein buck and Stanley H.
Abrahams.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Kostoff, 3322 SW
1st st., and had as her matron of
honor her sister, Mrs. Sandy Mar-
shall.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Mark Abrahams. 3547 SW 3rd
ave., and his brother, Daniel Abra-
hams, was his be* man.
The bride wore an afternoon
dress of light aqua lace and taffeta,
elbowlength white gloves and
matching shoes. Her short veil was
held by a plain headpiece.
A buffet style dinner followed
the ceremony. After a honeymoon
trip through Florida, the couple
will move to their home at 1953 NE
177th st.. North Miami Beach.
\ ^

*M. S1AMUT
200 Sff HEBREW EMEE LOAM ASSH. INSJAU. OffKflJ
    Continued from Page 1 B
    . The instrument, which antedates the modern transverse flute.
    11. unshed in medieval England, where it was often plaved in quar-
    tet, all four recorders having different pitches ... Its reedy, pastoral
    tone has won it many devotees in modern times.
    Nautilus dr. has lost Mr. and Mrs. David Harris They've
    moved into a new apartment on Bay Harbor Island The addrt^.
    U 1140 98tb at, for the benefit of bewildered friends.
    Visitors in town for the Bar Mitzvah of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham
    Cassel's son. Thomas Zion, included pretty P.^y. ,,-ter Mr*
    Larry Uttal and Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Stroock. from New York
    Also Judoe and Mrs. J0|- 1*.^ Mrs. I*.* ls a well-known
    sculptor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and the Murray Kaplan,
    were also out-of-town guest>
    Miami Beach, are parents of the
    bridegroom.
    The bridegroom wore a rose-pat-
    tern chantilly lace gown with a
    sweeping train of alternating tiers
    of pleated tulle and lace. A seed
    pearl tiara held her pure silk illu-
    sion veil, and she carried orchids
    and stephanotis on a white Bible.
    Miss Iris Finger. Scarsdale, N.Y.,
    was maid of honor, and bridev
    maids were Roberta Topp, Rita
    Klonsky. Norma Klein and Judith
    Mathios. Ann Selevan was flower
    girl.
    Marvin Sager served as best man.
    Ushers were David Leblang. Morton
    Lamer, Walter Pesetsky and Wal-
    ter Reid.
    The bride is a junior at the Uni-
    versity of Miami where she is a
    member of Alpha Lambda Delta,
    scholastic honorary. Mr. Klonsky
    is a graduate of Florida State Uni-
    versity, where he was president of
    both Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and
    Hillel House.
    The couple will live at 1045 SW
    5th st.. after Apr. 14
    Some 200 persons Sunday attend-
    ed an installation banquet of offi-
    cers of the Greater Miami Hebrew
    Free Loan Assn.
    Oscar Rappaport acted as install-
    ing officer for the affair which was
    held at Beth El Congregation. He
    substituted for scheduled installing
    officer Sidney II. Palmer, who was
    suddenly hospitalized.
    Gables Residence
    For the Kohners
    Speaking her marriage vows on
    her birthday Sunday was the for-
    mer Eileen Joan Wigodner. daugh-
    ter of Mrs. Harry Mufson. 5785
    Pine Tree dr.
    She is the bride of Donald Ger-
    son Kohner, a graduate of the Uni-
    versity of Miami.
    The ceremony took place in the
    Eden Roc hotel of which her step-
    father is one of the main stock-
    holders. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
    ficiated.
    The bride was attended by Mrs.
    Diane Kataen m matron of honor.
    Bridesmaids were the Misses Janet
    Rita Cohn. Iiene Goldman, Patricia
    McBnde and Joan Patti.
    A student at the University of
    Miami, Mrs. Kohner and her bus-
    band will make their home at 1000
    E. Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral
    Gables, following a honeymoon
    trip to Mexico.
    Isidore Schwaru wajl
    for his second coastattaik,
    president of the org^S
    officers art- Philip |
    vice president; Paln*r.
    president. Morris Ettas]
    vice president; Clan i
    nancial secretary.
    Zelda Kunst, recordiMi
    Gertrude Phillips,
    secretary: Harry Goiw
    urer: and Louis Wasktfl
    Siegel and Max Rappipetf
    investigators.
    Highlight of the iUbm
    presentation of $1OM |
    ganization ny sain
    Fernwood rd.. Key
    Abe Goldman, of J
    service office brousjh^
    from Mayor RandiS'
    Principal speaker an I
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    ipril 12. 1957_
    ged Girls Sport New Rings
    iniversity of Miami stu-
    ^yce Muriel Urbanek and
    awrence Schneider, will
    ed following their gradu-
    June.
    tbanek is the daughter of
    |H. Sutton of Manitowoc,
    is a graduate of Stephens
    , Columbia, Mo.
    j Mrs. Lawrence Schneider
    are parents of the future
    Dm.
    *
    |Rosm*rin Gsrber
    Mrs Harry D. Rosmarin
    in. Tex announce the en-
    ; of their daughter, Renee,
    ,rvin Joel Gerber, son of
    Mr> Harry Gerber. 8*0
    [Miami Beach.
    de-elect attended the Uni-
    of Colorado and Texas,
    was a member of Alpha
    Hi sbrorlt*.
    rber is a graduate of the
    ^- of Miami, where he was
    of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
    ud Phi Eta Sigma schol-
    porary fraternity,
    also a member of Alpha
    {ma professional advertis-
    ernity. and R.O.T.C. Dis-
    Military graduate. He is
    with the United States
    and stationed at McQuire
    Base. N.J.
    The wedding is set for May 28.

    Mendel Whited
    Mr. and Mrs. A H. Mandel, 1300
    Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, an-
    nounce the engagement of their
    daughter,Helen, to William Whited,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
    Whited, 778 NE 72nd st.
    Miss Mandel attended schools in
    Pitssburgh, and her fiance grad-
    uated from high school in New
    York City.
    Aug. 31 is the wedding date.
    Page 9-B
    Sisterhood Meets
    Meeting of the Sisterhood of
    Southwest Jewish Center was to be
    held Thursday evening at the Cen-
    ter. Final arrangements were to
    be made for a donor luncheon at
    Miami Springs Villas in May. A
    Passover Workshop was also held.
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    Head of American-Israeli Shipping
    Company Welcomes Lifting of Ban
    Gottlieb Hammer, president of, The lifting of the ban is bound to
    American-Israeli Shipping Co., ex- have a salutory effect on travel
    pressed satifaction Wednesday with generally, Hammer said. Americans
    the lifting by the State Department j planning to be in Europe this
    of its ban on travel to Israel and spring and summer may combine
    said that the move augurs well for
    the 1957 tourist season now getting
    underway in Israel and Western
    Europe. The American-Israeli Ship-
    ping Company, with offices at 42
    Broadway, New York City, is the
    U.S. representative and passenger
    agent of the Zim Israel Navigation
    Company, Ltd., of Haifa, Israel's
    largest shipping firm.
    Hammer pointed out that dur-
    ing the period of the trovel ban
    which was imposed last October,
    the Zim Lines continued to main-
    tain their regular Israel-flag pass-
    enger and cargo services from
    New York to Gibraltar, Naples
    and Haifa. The twin luxury lin-
    ers, SS Israel and SS Z>en, kept
    to their schedule or sailings ev-
    ery three weeks without interup-
    tion, he said, and the company's
    modern passenger carrying
    freighters maintained their
    monthly service from U.S. Gulf
    and South Atlantic ports.
    iheir tour of th" continent with
    visit to lrcel via Zim's newly built
    luxury liner, SS Theodor Herzl
    This 21-knot vessel will make the
    run from Marseilles to Haifa in 3'^
    days and from Naples in 2M days
    The Theodor Herzl begins herl
    maiden voyage from the French
    port on May 13 and will sail from
    Marseilles and Naples every' ten
    days there after
    The American-Israeli Shipping
    Company, Hammer said, is now ac-
    cepting bookings from U.S. citizens
    lor travel to the Holy Land. Up-
    coming sailings of the SS Israel
    and SS Zion from New York to
    lihralter, Naples and Haifa are on
    Apr. 19, May 10, May 30, June 20
    and July 11.
    Theatre Party Scheduled
    B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
    have arranged a theatre party
    for Saturday evening, Apr. 20, at
    Studio M. The chapter has taken
    a block of tickets for the Arthur
    Miller show, "View from the
    Bridge." Chairmen are Mr. Meyer
    Forer, Mrs. Joseph Nuremberg, Mrs.
    Max Heyman and Miriam Lipson.
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    "Snow White and the Seven
    Dwarfs," plus five comedy acts,
    wilV be presented by some 110 tal-
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    Miami area Friday afternoon, Apr
    19, at Dade County auditorium.
    A repeat performance is sched-
    uled for Monday night, Apr. 2X
    Proceeds era for the Dade county
    chapter of Muscular Dystrophy.
    Special feature of the perform-!
    ance will be an original sea scene,
    including mermaids, fish and sea
    horses.
    Snow White will be portrayed by
    Helene Lebowitz. Dwarfs include
    Marsha Friedberg, Barbara Levine,
    Patty Cone, Cynthia Brilliant, Alice
    Alice Rubinowitz, Pamela Schaffer
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    Young Amon Israelski, who had his Bar Mitzvah aboard SS
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    J_jar Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Myron J. Mitnick, will cele-
    biate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
    ple Emanu-El Saturday morn-
    ing. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
    will officiate. Daniel is an
    eighth grade sutdent at Mi-
    ami Beach High school and
    ottends Temple Emanu-El re-
    ligious school.
    Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Dave Sheldon, will become
    Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
    ing at Temple Emanu-El. Rab-
    bi Irving Lehrman will offi-
    ciate. Michael is an eighth
    grade student at Nautilus and
    attends Temple Emanu-El re-
    ligious school.
    Hcbert Holtzman. son of Mr.
    ar.d Mrs. Harry Holtzman.
    7735 Dickens ave., will be-
    ccme Bar Mitzvah Saturday
    morning, Apr. 13, at North
    Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
    Mayer Abramowitz will offi-
    ciate. Robert is a student in
    religious school of Center and
    allends Nautilus Junior High.
    Under Vaad Supervision
    The following concerns were this
    among companies un-
    der supervision of the United Bal-
    abatim Vaail Haka>hruth of Great-
    er Miami:
    Cott. Coca Cola. Pepsi Cola. Sea-
    ihora Food Products. Taystee
    l dt, Burden's. Florida Dairicv
    Sunnybrook Farm*. Velda. McAr-
    IhurTarm*. Southern Dairies. Daie
    County Dairies. Land O'Sun. Allied
    Dairy Products. Andre Candies and
    Party Box Caterers.
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    Fischer is Added
    To BBYO Staff
    \ wly-appointed member of the
    staff of th Greater Miami B'nai
    B'rith Youth Organization is Rob-I
    ert Fischer.
    Orieinal president of Hurricanes
    AZA. Fischer attended Miami High
    School, where he was on the var-
    sity basketball team wh.ch won
    the Florida Sfate title.
    Fischer is now a student at
    tha University of Miami and will
    suparviso the nine chapters of
    Aleph Zadik Aleph in Greater
    Miami.
    Fischer's appointment was an-'
    nounced Wednesday by Mrs. J Ber-
    mann. c'-.airman of the board of di-
    rectors of B'nai B'rith Youth Or- |
    gan nation.
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    Geoffrey S. Stuart will become
    Bar Hitzvmh during Saturday morn-
    Ing services. Apr. 13. of Congrega-
    tion An he Ernes He i the son
    of '- Stanley R. Stuart.
    3413 SW 14th St.
    - will be BM first Bar
    h t) lie held at An>h.- Ernes.
    , !,. od md Mej
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    n president.
    A dii'i 81 he I incoln Manor
    :h honor will fol-
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    WD guest- will include
    cat grandmother Mrs. Annie
    Silberman. Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. and
    Mrs. Nathan Fleisher, Long Beach.
    1*1.; and Mr an.
    Israel is Rip/iV Beinq
    rtiffcf AkM$ Progress Road
    In many respects ih' peoole of
    modern Israel have brought their
    young republic far along the road
    of progress Visitors to Israel are
    amazed at the energetic and high-!
    ly efficient development of in-'
    diistries, agriculture and com-
    merce a striking contrast to the ,
    ancient mode of life which still
    pervades much of the Middle East.
    One of the secrets of forward-
    looking Israel lies not in a denial
    of its past, but rather in a vigor-j
    OH re affirmation of achieve-
    ments recorded 3.000 years ago.
    The Bible has become a verita'ile
    Kuide-hiok to the country'" mm-(
    eral resources. Studying chapter
    and verse, they are discovering'
    thai their 8.000 square mile- <>f
    hills. \.,!!eys and desert conta.n
    the true wealth of the land, hid-
    den for centuru -
    Biblical clues to the existence
    of copper in Israel have led to the
    rediatOTtr* of King Solomon's
    mines near Elath. Israel's south-
    ernmost port on the Gylf of Eqa- ]
    ha and the Red Sea. Archaeolo-'
    gists knew that King Solomon had '
    been the industrial giant of his
    day and that his "Pittsburgh'" had
    been located at Ezion-geber: "And
    King Solomon made a navy of j
    ships in Ezion-geber. which is be-
    side Elath. on the shore of the'
    Red Sea. in the land of Edom "
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    \terest in Briscoe's
    hit Rises as Bond
    I Dinner Date Nears
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    Page 11-B
    L, in (he imj>endie<[ visit
    Vr Miami of the first Jw-
    % Mayor of Dublin soared
    L as Miami Beach Vice
    lame Liherman accepted
    [as treasurer of the Apr.
    Lr honoring Hon. Robert
    .Ifayor Liberman. former
    [ Miami Beach and a Trus-
    irael every year since the
    , of the Israel Bonrl pro-
    mpted the appointment
    tob Sher. chairman of the
    iig Greater Miami Commit-
    ttite of Israel Bonds,
    /ations for the dinner and
    L, which will be held at
    laincbleau hotel, mounted
    Muring the week, Sher re-
    fThis promises to be the
    ng social event in the re-
    |ory f our community,"
    i said.
    n ltd the laroest St.
    f% Day parade in Miami
    history whan he was mey-
    14, and Briscoe achieved
    tional acclaim Whan he
    , joined Mayor Robert Wagner of
    New York in leading this year's
    St. Patrick's Day In Gothem.
    Various Irish-American societies
    in Florida are making plans to hon-
    or Briscoe. first Jew ever elected
    to the highest office in the Irish
    capital, and a toplevel dinner com-
    mittee and honorary committee are
    in formation, Sher said.
    Speaking in OaWand, Cat, last
    weekend at the first of only six Is-
    rael Bond meeting* in the entire
    United States he will address, Bris-
    coe said "capital funds .provided
    Israel through the Israel Bond cam-
    paign have been a life belt in the
    abnormal situation of the Jewish
    State's birth and struggle for sur-
    vival."
    A special pi ermine meeting for
    the Briscoe dinner waa to be
    hold Thursday night at Temple
    Emanu-EI. Last Thursday two
    wire Seeks
    Succeed Self
    I S. McGuire is running for
    |n as councilman in the City
    i Miami Beach polling.
    supporters this week
    lout that during the past
    in office he supported
    M of a new cltv charter
    headed the provision that
    of North Miami Beach
    Intilmen at large "in order
    residents a more democratic
    |of representation."
    cted, McGuirt pledges "to
    date for a charter board
    n, so that we can have a
    i city charter. I have main-
    Iconstant personal contact
    pl of my constituents," ha
    I Wednesday, "and I have
    | find solutions for all their
    i set up the map for install-
    street lights throughout
    |ire city." the candidate
    out. Work for installa-
    |an early this month."
    pdition. McGuire said that
    1 my insistence, six-inch wa-
    ins are being installed in
    Miami Beach, and fire hy-
    larv being installed within
    ascribed 500 feet of each
    insure the lowest possible
    Urance rates."
    lire declared that he is re-
    pc "for requiring the tax
    of North Miami Beach to
    Personal tax exemptions
    Pe county tax assessor, and
    kidents are no longer requir-
    )le a personal tax exehiption
    candidate pledged to contin-
    ^* and other accomplish
    if reelected to office.
    i The Jewish Florldlan:
    [hereby inform the Jewish
    [uty of Greater Miami that
    " and other bejeed goods
    1 locally are "hot sufjgy vised
    | Rabbinical Council and the
    I vaad Hakashmth, and their
    r Passover is not sanctioned.
    [Public is asked to inquire at
    Hfy if they have sold their
    lu ******* Chomete is
    Pa. the baked goods are not
    |ud even after Passover.
    "["akeries have been advisd
    on Passover for. the
    e>6ht days. The public
    it, carLeful not l0 bu> Cho-
    rhe night of the last day of
    because they wore baked
    *h, which is a grave viola-
    ' Jewish law.
    **' TttWH fWWt
    ' Law Commission, Rab
    Council of Greater Miami.
    These Coral Gables leaders are responsible
    for the biggest community increase in Emer-
    gency Rescue Fund of Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal. At initial gifts breakfast held in Coral
    Gables last week, gifts were announced
    amounting to 100 percent increase over last
    year, and contributions to regular drive were
    eguivalent to 63 percent over last year's total.
    Shown (left to right) are Sam Weissel, William
    D. Singer, Sam J. Heiman, chairman of Emer-
    gency Rescue Fund, Hon. Michael S. Camay,
    Israel's Ambassador to Canada, Harry Harrl3,
    lay Kislak and Lou Goldman.
    plenrrin? session*, presided over
    by William Bornsteln of Miami
    each, received pledges of sup-
    pert from every major Jewish or-
    ganization In Greater Miami.
    Briscoe's visit here will high-
    light a monfrr-long celebration of
    Israel Independence Month, which
    opens Sunday night with a com-
    munity-wide mobilization meeting
    at the Fontainebleau to be addres-
    sed by Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey.
    Giw Lc.
    proclaim fh<*
    visit as Israel
    and similar
    ." .ihn* will lorma'ly
    p -iol of B -iscoe's
    Iniepend -nee We k,
    mayors of key Dade municipalities
    also will be issued.
    The dinner, which Wtll be pre-
    ceded by a cocktail reception, also
    will mark the inauguration of the
    seventh year of the Israel Bond pro-
    gram in Greater Miami. In the last
    three years alone, Greater Miam-
    ians have purchased more than S2,-
    250,000 in State of Israel Bonds.
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    observed by Jewish people during their
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    Fred A. Sandier. 1758 SW 23rd
    St., participated in a three-day
    business conference last
    week with president Frederic
    W. Ecker and other officials
    of Metropolitan Life Insuran-
    ce Company at Americana
    hotel. Last year. Sandier, who
    is associated with company's
    Biscayne district office at 3200
    SW 3rd ave.. placed among
    top 225 leaders in life insur-
    ance sales out of a total of
    almost 25,000 Metropolitan
    field representatives in United
    States and Canada.
    Women's Division Schedules
    Special Courses Here
    Two now classes are starting un-
    der the supervision of the Women's
    Division chamber of Commerce of
    Surfside. Bal Harbour and Bay Har-
    bor Islands.
    The dressmaking class begins
    Friday. This Li an eight-week
    course and is held in the South
    room of the Surfside Chamber of
    Commerce.
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    The Ben Yomen Choir, feat ur-
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    l';i""v"r Seder service* at the Em-
    press Hotel.
    Yomcn's forthcoming "Passover
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    mer? You can see more and do
    more with the help of your library,
    according to Dr. Frank B. Sessa,
    director. During April, the Miami
    Public Library will feature books
    about all kinds of travel in all areas
    for both the active and the arm-
    chair traveler.
    Featured trave'l books v*iei in-
    clude those that supply background
    for richer understanding of the.
    regions to be visited; guide books
    that will not only tell the prospec-
    tive traveler what to see and do but
    will also save time and money;
    personal experiences of individual
    travelers, and stories of countries
    and areas in fiction form.
    The library will also provide
    special materials for travelers who
    expect to go abroad. Foreign lan-
    guage books that will help the pros-
    pective visitor acquire a knowledge
    of common phrases and greetings;
    books about the manners, customs,
    and cultures of other peoples and
    places; guide books, and lists of
    source materials that provide in-
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    Harem Shop Otters
    Something Different in Clothes
    A unique women's shop for lux-
    ury clothesthe first of its kind
    in Floridaopened this week at
    6443 Biscayne blvd.
    Named "The Harem," the store
    features surplus garments received
    from Florida's finest wardrobes,
    and sold at a small fraction of their
    original cost. The shop also carries
    fine accessories, say co-owners Mrs.
    Dorothy Belson and Mrs. Valerie
    Blonston.
    The Harem invites individuals
    and groups to consign their better
    surplus frocks to be sold at prices
    desired. The store will retain gar-
    ments for 30 days, and if sold with-
    in that time a check is immediately
    mailed (less 20 per cent for ser-
    vices).
    Pianist to Participate
    Frances Warsowe, well-known
    concert pianist, will participate in
    the Seder service to be held at the
    Delano hotel Monday evening.
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    ftATURING
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    of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
    and Son JORDAN KELEMER
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    Page 2-C
    ;<#> IkfHlir
    Special Yizkor
    Service Slated
    Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
    leader of Temple Emanu-EI an-
    nounced Wednesday that special
    ra-sover Yfatkor -crvice for non-
    Temple members will once again be
    held on the last dan of the holiday
    Apr.'13. al 12: e.;n. "',
    "In order to accommodate
    Temple Emanu-EI's large mem-
    bership, if has been necessary to
    utilize all of the Temple's facil-
    ities for them. Therefore, the
    morning service scheduled for 9
    a.m. will be for members and
    their families only, with admis-
    sion by membership card," Rabbi
    Lehrman explained.
    "In order to accommodate the
    many non-members who wish to
    avail themselves of services at the
    Temple, we are scheduling the
    special Yizkor service at 12:30pm "
    Rabbi Lehrman will preach at all
    morning festival and Yizkor ser-,
    vices cantor brad Reich will
    chant.
    MARRIAGE CUSTOMS
    AND TRADITIONS
    Concert Features
    Father and Son
    A Passover concert and an eve-
    ning of music will be held Thw-
    day, Apr 18, at the Ritz Plaza ho
    tel. -
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    MillStow ^,
    p,ano-T,k,ni.
    will be %]
    chorus.
    The evenint's program will fea-
    ture Cantor Berole Kelemer, of
    ,h* JE***> JMO>r*w 'tfcool end
    ||nd his tom J3-
    fer cantor. Jordin
    is^PwH^WT^fc honor studer^
    at the Hebrew Academy, Olhe
    artists and cantors will also par-
    ticipate in the concert.
    According to Alex Miller, cliti:
    man of theeoncert committee
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    Cover page oi a new booklet
    describing emotionally rich ar.d
    beautiful customs and rituals a
    Ihe Jewish wedding. Booklet
    was prepared by Ruth Jacobs,
    writer for Jewish newspapers,
    radio and television. Published'
    by the Joseph Jacobs Organiza-
    tion for Calvert Distillers Co.. a
    tree copy is yours for the ask-
    ing at: Tubie Resnik, Calvert
    Distillers Co., 305 Lexington
    Ave., New York 17. N.Y.
    Heralding approach of Passover, Rabbi Eliezer Silver oi Cin-
    cinnati, is pictured above as he prepares to bake "matzo
    shmurah" for his personal Passover use at Manischewitz matzo
    bakery in Jersey City. Participating in this age-old ceremony,
    which is an annual tradition at Manischewitz plant, axe promi-
    nent rabbis from all parts of the country. Looking on (rear,
    left) cue William Manischewitz, treasurer, and Bernard Mani-
    schewitz, president of firm.
    Support of New Hospital Grows
    that the hospital, when built, will
    be a non-profit hospital for all
    faiths a veritable community
    hospital." he pointed out.
    "There are countless individuals,
    too, who have not yet contributed
    to the fund," he noted.
    :i Florida clubs and organ-
    izations are "coming forward in,
    fun' style" to help the Baptist
    Hospital building fund campaign,
    according to Dr. James \V I'am-h.
    vice chairman of the hospital board
    of trustees.
    "In the past week we have had
    three generous contributions from
    clubs in the area." Dr. Parrish re-
    ported Two South Miami organ-
    izations, the Kiwanis Club and Ro-
    tary Club, have made "excellent
    contributions." he said.
    "Thee* clubs have set an ex-
    ample that others throughout
    Dade county might well follow
    particularly in view of the fact
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    ,mi Beach restaurateurs were responsible for rais-
    L38O for Combined Jewish Appeal at recent luncheon
    1 Delano hotel. Coordinator Joe Mschlow reports this
    1 substantal increase over gifts by similar contributors
    Seated (left to right) are chairman Edward Lass-
    _j Shapiro and Wolfie Cohen. Standing (left to right)
    Schwartz. Jack Fishrpan and Sam Sterling.
    Hearing Held in Border Slayings
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Self-in-
    criminating testimony previously
    given by Lt. Gabriel Dehan, one of
    the 11 border policemen on trial
    for killing 47 Arab villagers at
    Kafr Kassem on Oct. 29, was ad-
    mitted into the court record here
    Wednesday. The military court try-
    ing Dehan. another army officer,
    and nine enlisted patrolmen, ruled
    that Oehan's testimony was valid
    in spite of the fact that he had not
    been warned, when he made his
    original statement, that it could be
    used against him.
    Dehin had stated, in pretrial
    questioning, that he had shot at
    the Arabs under orders of the
    second officer on trial, Maj. S.
    Malinski. The latter had ordered
    him, Dehan said to show "no
    sentiment" toward the villagers
    returning home from the fields
    without warning that a curfew
    had been imposed on Oct. 29, the
    day Israel had started its Sinai
    action.
    Malinski had reportedly said: "It
    is better that several should be
    dead, if that will insure quiet." The
    prosecution contends that the maj-
    or's order was illegal and that,
    therefore, Dehan should have dis-
    obeyed it.
    The Court later heard a state-
    ment by a third of the defendants,
    Lance Corporal Shalom Offer, who
    had been in charge of the men who
    fired on the Arabs. He testified that
    he had ordered firing on three
    truckloads of villagers after they
    had tried to run away. "Lt. Dehan
    witnessed the shootings and did
    not intervene," Offer swore.
    Sight Campaign Aided by Collins
    the Council has announced a sight
    Prevention of Blindness Week
    has been proclaimed by Gov. Col-
    lins Apr. 7 to 13. Sponsored each
    year by the Florida Council for the
    Blind, a state agency, the week is
    being dedicated to preservation of
    normal vision through eye health
    and safety.
    Said Gov. Collins in his procla-
    mation, "Prevention of Blindness
    Week is proclaimed in order to
    draw attention to the importance
    of protecting and improving our
    vision, the most precious of our
    senses."
    In connection with the education-
    al campaign to impress Floridians
    with the wisdom of guarding sight.
    saving slogan contest for the 245
    Lions Clubs in the state. Open
    solely for Lions, who also have as
    their creed sight saving and work
    for the blind, the contest is design-
    ed to find the best slogan that em-
    phasizes eye care.
    In. addition to receiving local and
    state recognition, the winning club
    will receive a substantial sum of
    money and have the honor of see-
    ing the slogan become part of a
    postage meter stamp used on busi-
    ness envelopes.
    Florida has about 10,000 blind
    residents, and because of a rapidly
    rising population, the number con-
    tinues to grow.
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    J15 topics in the field of
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    Women's Leader, Dynamic US
    Representative Expected in Miami
    A courageous and dynamic congressman nnd I representative of the versatile ColBen-Zvi^ She had
    Israel to the United "Nations will speak at I Miami -CJA Rescue Itally ,)(, u Mu\e member of the liag-
    Wednesdu evening at Beth David Congregation.
    Sam j. Heiman, chairman of the tmery. nc\ Rescue Fund ot tne
    Combined Jewish Appeal, has announced that Rep Emanuel leller
    of New York and Col. Mina Ben -Zvi. I-raol representative to the UN
    share the platform at a city- ~
    trict in every election for more
    will
    wide, meeting at 8 p.m.
    The event will launch -Combined
    Jewish Appeal Rescue Month" in
    Miami. Co-chairman of the big
    function are Milton A. Friedman
    and William Weintraub.
    "This is Miami's opportunity
    to respond to the world crisis at
    a time of year when the word*
    'exodus, rescue and liberation'
    are well known to each and ev- i
    eryone of us," Heiman declared.
    Rep Celler has been an outstand-
    ing fighter against bigotry and all
    forms of totalitarian Jam, and he'
    h.i- gained great renown for hi
    battle to liberalize I'.S. immigra-
    tion laws.
    Weathering all changes in the
    political climate, he has consistent-
    ly been sent back to Washington by
    the people of his congressional dis-
    in every
    than two decades.
    His was one of the voices raised
    to support the creation of the Jew
    ish State before 1948. and since
    that time he ha- stated Israel fre-
    quently.
    Appearing for the first time in
    Southern United States is the
    colorful representative of Israel
    to the United Nations on the Sta-
    tus of Women, Col. Mina Ben-Zvi.
    She organized the Women's Army
    of the Israel Defense Forces in
    1948 and was named to serve as
    its commanding officer.
    She held this post for two years
    and then helped to reorganize the
    Women's Army Corps on a perma-
    nent basis after the cessation of
    hostilities. This military as-iune
    ment was not a new experience for
    Rabbi Dr. Abraham M. Cassel
    Psychologist
    Adults and Children
    IS NOW ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS FOR
    CONSULTATIONS AT HIS NEW SUITE OF OFFICES
    Miami Beach Federal Building
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    ganah since 1933. t
    During World War II. Col. Ben-
    Zvi WM attached to the British
    Army and commanded a company
    of Palestinian. Egyptian and Brit-
    i>h girls. Stationed in Cairo and
    AJexandfta for four years, she be-
    came intimately acquainted with
    the Jewish community of Egypt. In
    1947. she was named to head the
    Labor Federation Immigrant Ab-|
    sorption Section for Northern Pal-,
    estine and assisted in the resettle
    ment of thousands of displaced per-
    sons in pre-Israel Palestine.
    She helped to locate jobs for
    distressed immigrants, pioneer-
    ed in the establishment of inten-
    sive Hebrew courses and found-
    ed vocational schools for immi-
    orants. In 1956, she represented
    Israel at the annual conference of
    the Commission on the Status of
    Women of the United Nations'
    Economic and Social Council.
    Col. Ben-Zvi. as special director
    of Israel's Newcomer Reorientation
    Activities, plays a major role in
    the resettlement and absorption of
    thousands of new women immi
    grants m I.rael. Directing a group
    of 120 expert field workers. Col.
    Ben-Zvi is continually on the move;
    from settlement to settlement, su-
    pervising the urgent activities of
    the Newcomer Reorientation De-
    partment.
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    Annual Southeast region United
    Synagogue convention will be held
    in Charleston. S.C.. Apr. 28 and 2.
    it was announced this week by
    Jerry Sussman. South Florida Uni-
    ted Synagogue chairman.
    More than 38 Conservative con-
    gregations affiliated with the Uni-
    ted Synagogue of America in Flor-
    ida. Georgia. Alabama. Tennessee
    and South Carolina are expected to
    send delegates to the convention.
    The Southeast branch of the Na-
    tional Women's I.easue. represent-
    ing Si^ierh'Hviv affiliated with Uni-
    ted Synagogue, will also participate.
    Dr. Israel M. Go!den, rabbi
    of Chituk Amurto Congregation
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    thority In the fitrl of adult Jew-
    ish education, will keynote the
    convention in addition to con-
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    Dr V rtM M c,f;H director of
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    ecutive director of Mar Zion Tem-
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    Harry M Rosen, national field
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    a session devoted to coordinating
    programs h\ congregations in sup-
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    "Uni'.d Synagogue of Amtr-
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    kl nearly every area of
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    bhitect's view of new Holsum building, ground for which has been broken here.
    )!sum Begins Construction on New
    Half-Million Two-Story Building Site
    Le South Miami business dis- and an assembly room of moderate
    continues to grow with the size.
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    SERVING THE JEWISH FAITH EVERYWHERE
    ellman
    FUNERAL CHAPELS
    "CaSUtujfjOt ttwie ycu cote
    bunrement of a $500,000 two-
    olfice and store building -for
    bum Bakeries of Miami. The
    ding will be built on Holsum's
    |ierty facing Sunset dr. between
    Highway 1 and Red rd.
    oundhreaking ceremonies with
    Cash, president of Holsum
    fcrs of Miami, spading the first
    bel of dirt, were attended by
    nK.Mir and councilmen of
    Miami, the executives and
    tor- of Holsum. Construction
    theduled to begin at once and
    uildina is explcted-to be corn-
    ed in five months.
    larep club room with a com-
    Eely equipped kitchen will be
    Be available to the various clubs
    organizations of the Miami
    . This kitchen will be used as
    Experimental and demonstration
    for the continued develop-
    t of new and improved prod-
    Also on the second floor of
    [building will be the executive,
    Jinistrative and sales forces of
    I Holsum Bakery. This entire
    be air conditioned. Apart
    i the numerous spacious offices
    smartly appointed entrance
    by and foyer, provisions have
    made for conference rooms
    On* of the unique features of
    the building it a covered drive-
    way which it to be used for load-
    ing and unloading. Access from
    driveways on each side provides
    unhampered truck service to all
    areas without parking worries,
    non-interruption of retail sales
    and the elimination of any traf-
    fic blockage at the front of the
    building.
    The Southeast corner of the first
    floor will Le the new home of the
    South Miami Federal Savings and
    Loan Assn. Complete facilities, in-
    cluding drive-in teller windows,
    will be featured in the bank ar^a.
    The remainder of the first floor
    area will contain an entrance nd
    elevtor lobby and eleven shop
    rental areas. Each rental area has
    been designed for flexibility of in-
    teriors and, each area has individ-
    ual facilities with provisions for
    separate air conditioning units if
    desred. Store fronts for the rental
    shops will be installed to meet the
    requirements of the tenants while
    conforming with the general de-
    sign of the building.
    A large paved parking lot for
    the use of all tenants and their cus-
    tomers will be located adjacent to
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    street parking with the furthtr traf-
    fic expedient of a one-way drive
    way for the Savings and Loan Ass
    aito tellers.
    A plyon at the front of the
    building, extending from the
    sidewalk level to well above the
    roof line, will be covered wif<
    Chattahoochee stone panels. Di-
    vision columns and display win-
    dow bulkheadsandthearea of the
    facade at the entrance doors,
    will bo of Varment Vcrda An-
    tique marble. A smaller pylon
    at the entrance to the South Mi-
    ami Federal Savings and Loan
    Assn. auto tailors will also bt
    covered with Chattahoochee
    stone panels. The walls of the
    entrance and alavator lobby will
    be covered with Italian tile.
    The front of the building will
    have a cantilcverea canopy extend-
    ing out over, and approximately
    ten feet above, the sidewalks. This
    will permit complete protected ac-
    cessibility to all areas during in-
    clement weather.
    The building will be serviced by
    a completely automatic self-operat-
    ed hydraulic elevator and provi-
    sions have been made for the in-
    stallitinn of a second elcator in
    the future.
    The building was designed by L.
    B. Taylor, consulting engineer, and
    associates: Lewis M. Hitt, consult-
    ing architect, A.I.A.; Jack E. Mitch-
    ell, consulting mechanical engi-
    neer; and Lawrence F. Weiss, asso-
    ciate mechanical engineer; and
    Leonard J. Gordon, consulting elec-
    .trical engineer. The Witters Con-
    struction Company will build the
    building.
    WHAT TO DO WHEN DEATH OCCURS .
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    HELLMAN'S is known for dependability.
    2. HELLMAN'S will promptly tend a Funeral Director
    who will:
    a. Arrange details of Funeral at chapel, at home
    or at YOUR Synagogue.
    b. Appointment to select o casket.
    c. Prepare cemetery arrangements.
    d. Contact your Lodge, Society, etc., ro complete
    further details.
    3. At HELLMAN'S cost is determined by family.
    Regardless of cost, HELLMAN'S maintains a high
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    Jen/st>ncr*M9r
    Jewish Welfare Board Re-elects Aaron
    President at 40th Annual Meeting in N.Y.
    Friday,
    AWH|
    1957 Frank L. Weil Awards of National Jewish Welfare Board
    were pressnted at 40th annual meeting of JWB's board of di-
    rectors to Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein (left); Dr. Solomon Gray-
    2el (center); and Lflttil Stern (right). Rabbi Lookstein. spiritual
    leader of New York's Congregation Kshilath Jeshurun. was
    voteti award "for distinguished contribution to welfare of Jew-
    ish personnel in U.S. Armed Forces." Dr. Grayzel. editor of
    Jewifeh Publication Society of America, received award "for
    distinguished contribution to development of American Jewish
    culture." Mr. Stern, Newark, N.J., who is chairman of JWB's
    Jewish Community Center Division, won award "for distin-
    guished contribution to advancement of Jewish Community
    Center movement."
    Opera's Future
    Aired by Expert
    "Open and its future in Amor
    will be the topic of a lecture
    b) Pr. Walter Ducloux. director of
    the University of Southern Cali-
    fornia opera department, when he
    speaks Thursday, Apr 25. in
    C inly auditorium.
    Dr. Ducloux replaces Rudoli Bing,
    tied hit Pen 11 sp
    due to illness He is
    naorec! by the University
    - Student Bodj G
    menl as I part of the "Miami Pre-
    ies
    A regular panelist on the Metro-
    politan Opera Quit, Dr Ducloux
    baa been conductor and technical
    advisor tor many motion pictures,
    including Interrupted Melody""
    and "Serenade "
    \K\\ YORK Charles Aaron.
    Chicago attorney, was reflected
    pnaMtnl of the National Jewish
    Welfare Board Sunday at the 40th
    annual meeting of the organiza-
    tion's board Of directors
    "\ four dec ides of aarrtea to
    tea and the American Jew-
    : h conununitj i lowed for
    rshio l" Frank
    I Well, New York, who headed
    JWB from 1940 (0 IMO and i- now
    it- bonororary president.
    Reelected at vi'e oreident*
    were: Mr*. Alfred R. Bachrech,
    Solomon Lit* and Miltron Weill,
    all of New York: Mrs. Samuel R.
    Glocawer, Detroit; Mrs. Florence
    G. Heller, Chicago; Philip M.
    Klofrnick, Park Street, III.;
    Robert M. Levion, San Francis-
    co; and Charles W. Morris,
    Louisville, Fy.
    Alan .1 Altheimer. ChicaRO. was
    reflected secretary Joaeph H. Co-,
    hen. Wu York, and Henry Kohn.
    \i York, were reelected treas- j
    urer and assistant treasurer, re-i
    :vel\ S D Cershovitz is
    executive \ue president
    Rabbi Joseph H Loofcstain, spirit-
    ual leader of New York's Congrega-
    tion Kehilath Jeshurun. Dr. Solo-
    mon Graysel, I'hiledphia. editor of
    the Jewish Publication Society of i
    America, and lx>uis Stern. Newark,]
    N I chairman of JWB's Jewish
    inanity Center Division, re-
    ceived the 1957 Frank I. Weil
    Award- of JWB at the luncheon Bta-
    -in of the board meeting.
    The award* are given annual-
    ly for outstanding achievement
    in JWB's three fields of service.
    JWB is the national association
    of Jewish Community Centers
    and YM-YWHAs, the govern-
    ment authorised agency for serv-
    ing the religious and welfare
    needs of Jewish personnel in the
    U.S. Armed Force* and VA hos-
    pitals, and the sponsor of the
    Jewish Book Council of America,
    the
    National i
    Lector. Bureau. ThT^ C*
    bron,. ZfJ^ta,
    scroll*. "****"hh ^ I
    Preliminary pian.
    biennial conveS'l^'J
    he Shoreham \^
    DC. Apr n to 20 WM?
    to the board by s,I =
    Detroit, chai^n ofe>
    committeeHe announ'^
    Irvmg J. Sands, BtSJ*1
    only woman member^
    Vork dty Boart ofli* i
    been appo,,,d chauiS^J,
    **** Progrw
    Hebrew Academy Passover Play Due
    A I'asMiviT nlav writtnn hi U ,K *
    A Passover play written by Rab-
    bi Albert Gottesman. Hebrew
    Academy instructor, will be pre-
    sented by fourth grade students
    Friday in the Academy's auditor-
    ium.
    "Entitled "Passover in the Ne
    gev," tha play will be presented
    entirely in Hebrew and will de-
    pict a battle of the Israeli army,
    which took place during tha Pass-
    over season of 1947. Vaffa Krup-
    nik. Academy kindergarten He-
    brew teacher, will
    Participating areMarKim-
    port. Arlene .1 (JreenfcrT
    Wohlfarth. Lee .VRoseattt??]
    ehael Rubinowitz, SrTwl%\
    Hcdi Penchan-ky. joeTpe.fi
    Sidney I. Strajcher. Roberta2l
    man. Joan Leon. \ath
    ID Si.'
    Gerty Fried. Be mart Up^'
    dra Lipman. Steven Berstem sat
    Nancy Saltz a "*
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    Council President
    Seeks Reelection
    Mary Webster. Council prevalent
    o( North Miami Beach, is seeking
    re-election to the City Council.
    For more than nine consecutive
    reevi -he has served on the board.
    Mrs. Webster, a grandmother, calls
    herself 'a pioneer in North Mi-
    ami Beach" and points to her part
    "in bringing into being our first
    water system, which made financ-
    ing through FHA and V.A.. pos-
    sible to start the great building
    boom which it now enj
    A college graduate, Mrs. Web-
    ster has had many years of ex-
    perience working in tha legal de-
    partment of a large mid-western
    city before coming to Florida.
    She has been married for 33
    years and 14 years ago helped her
    husband to establish and operate
    successful restaurant, lounge
    and motel on Biscayne blvd., with
    which her son-in-law now assists,
    leaving her free to devote full
    time to city business.
    "When I Started, serving the eitv
    there Bras only a makeshift Fire
    Depart mer.t." she declared Wednes-
    day. "We hare brand new $26000
    engine and one of the finest Fire
    Departments in Dade countv. which
    has helped to reduce everyone's in-
    surance rate-
    Other developments during her
    " "ff.ee mclude change from
    a two-man Police Department into
    a.W-man modern police force street
    f'.'r mand T^ PaVing: and Pl"
    ,,7f bn**** to bring the
    <" Wort* M,ami
    oeach closer together
    Mrs. Webster', f.vorit. project
    . *"?>" Department.
    M reelects. | w.nt fo wor|( ^
    improvements in our play.
    nHun* ,n ,h* mm two ye.r,
    nd will pvih t0 .v#ntoa
    swimming poo. for children at
    each playground."
    A sew ate KjaJlie, a garbaee di^
    P--sal phn,, and many^heMong"
    agenda.^'0"" m "*" ^
    FOR STEADY PROGRESS
    Bff-ELftCT
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    to voiir
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    For tVood 1,in rrnnu nt
    and Continued Progre**
    RE-ELECT ''
    Your North Miami Beach Mayor
    Daniel D.
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    CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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    antiquated city charter. '
    A much needed additional bridge across Snake
    Creek Canal
    3.Equalization of taxes.
    4'~ . J"" ,ime PO>uona receiving a set salary.
    ^Mer and more recreational facilities with
    supervision.
    6.Audit published semi-annually.
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    ael's Army Has Given Them Something to Remember
    tTj> f^ f,w o u i w a' CkCtrl
    By MILTON FRIEDMAN eral, "by extending the limits of
    . l, military daring. Israel's hittine
    Wash.ngton force traveled8farther overn'm^ P "pressed pra.se and admir-
    hen the Israel Army knocked formidabie country in ,ess ,jme ation f..i the Israel military cam-
    Soviet-armed Kgyplian lorces than any other combat ^ in paign. Germans knew the gruel-
    November, a powerful blow history Thcy w*n (he ,.
    inflicted on anti-Semitism. three da B ^
    Leading West German newspa- fighters and tanks which aided
    l's soldiers won the respect
    leading U.S. Army officers and
    nilitary men throughout the
    Id.
    hie concept of the timid Jew
    fcins the bully was "destroyed in
    L minds. Israel's forces
    ghl out and closed with the
    niv Tactics of the campaign
    being cited by U.S. officers
    [superior in some respects to
    methods.
    L' less an authorwy than the
    Id U.S. military historian of
    European Theater of Oper-
    n. jn World War II has made
    Mcial sludy of the Sinai cam-
    en. He v> Gen. S. L. A. Mar-
    Bl, who wrote in the magazine
    run that Israel's performance
    such that "the United States
    ny has not assured itself
    [h sustained velocity."
    Marshall said the cam-
    pn was won "in a whirl of such
    fcedibly small forces that it is
    niracle Ihey were not beaten
    space alone." He said "They
    il mi nerve more than with
    : anil deception they prov-
    fcorthy <>f any company. When
    Lgs went worst, they looked
    |ir boldest."
    In Cen. Marshall's view, the
    |ai campaign is regarded as a
    Ftcrpicee of mobility. Statis-
    alone support that view.
    in -ail the American gen-
    ii, the campaign was won "by
    mobile mind and the willing
    fcrt rather than by the ma-
    Ine." He reported "the men of
    Is small ;intiy did the best pos-
    |lo with what they had."
    Mae! triumphed, said the gen-
    School Students' Poetry
    bsors in Annual Anthology
    fcree students of Lear School
    teefting congratulations these
    I The trio have had their poems
    HiWI in the Annual Anthology
    liKh School Poetry which is pub-
    feri by the National High School
    Iry Assn.
    enior Ken Andorn's "Gift of
    i" received a special mention.
    In of Mankind," by Bart
    K<. 820 Noremac ave., and
    anksyivinn Story," by Norecn
    lof 1211 Stillwatcr dr., were the
    w two poems selected for in-
    on in the anthology.
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    "IX III. N- >.
    they were moppine up 200 miles
    beyond their assembly points."
    This, alon-\ said Gen. Marshall,
    was "a feat at which to marvel."
    He noted that "a fortified area
    half the size of Nevada and more
    repellent lhan the harshest
    wastes in that state, was con-
    quered by men fighting as they
    moved at the rate of an unoppos-
    ed motor caravan."
    Courage was Israel's real wea-
    pon, according to Gen. Marshall.
    As an example he cited the [a-fte!
    paratroop brigade. In their attack
    across the South Sinai desert, the
    paratroopers kept moving for 72
    hours. In that time they fought
    three actions with no rest.
    Top Mobility
    Gen. Marshall mentioned an-
    other example. One Israel bri-
    gade commander put his com-
    mand halftracks over 1,012 miles
    of desert trails in four days so
    that he might be with which ever
    of his three tank combat teams
    was pressing the attack.
    "These," said Gen. Marsh?'!,
    "are new record marks in mohil
    ity. There is nothing to match
    them'in any other 20th century
    war."
    M.iny had fought with Rommel in
    North Africa. The German press
    "contained uch accounts of Jew-
    ish initiative and hcioi-m thtt*OM
    mi-jht envisage the discomfort of
    ex-Nazis.
    Germans, confronted by Soviet
    forces which split their nation
    into two separate zones, know
    how it feels to be htmed in.
    This is especially true of the sur-
    rounded Berliners. So when Is-
    rael broke the ring of harrass-
    ment. many Germans felt a meas-
    ure of affinity. The Israelis were
    fighting against the same Russian-
    built T34 tanks that murdered the
    workers of Budapest. Not .only
    Germans but all free Europeans
    looked with a vicarious thrill at
    Israels blow against Communist-
    supported Egypt.
    Perhaps the most pro-Israel and
    pro-Jewish atmosphere emerged
    in France. Newsreels depicting
    the Israel army were cheered in
    Paris theaters. Numerous non-
    Jfcwish contributions were receiv-
    ed by Israel philanthropic causes.
    Non-Jewish professors at uni-
    versities gave lectures on Jewish
    history and Zionism. The French
    Government made available jet
    greatly in Israel's vrctory. This **
    was the response of France, the
    nation which once so sensation-
    ally persecuted a Jewish captain
    in its own army.
    Britain was delighted, as evi-
    dence indicates, by the Jewish
    military showing. Despite the
    memories of ten short years ago,
    when the Haganah fought the
    British Tummies, the average
    Briton felt a warm spot toward
    Israel. The British feared lest Is-
    rael be sold "down the river" by
    President Eisenhower. How com-
    pletely was forgotten the British
    clash with another American pres-
    ident over admission of Jewish
    refugees to Mandatory Palestine.
    When Israel demonstrated its
    willingness to tight for its lights,
    it displeased some expediency-
    minded diplomats. But it thrilled
    millions by touching their sense
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    je 10-C
    If If INI MlSMnJ\
    A Know/edge 'of All That Has Gone Before in Lite
    TEHILLA AND OTHER ISRAELI TALES. Edited by Yiti-
    hik Shenhar. 271 pp. New York: Ram's Horn Book*:
    Abelard-Schuman Limited. $3.50.
    RAM'S HORN BOOKS, published -by Abelard-Schuman
    Limited, has compiled an unusually good collec-
    tion of nine stories by modern Israeli writers. Each of
    the stories, if not representative of its author, is unique;
    taken alone, each might represent one of the many trends
    which Israeli literature exhibits at this time. In many
    ways, this book might serve as a companion-piece to Reu-
    ben. Wallenrod's "The Literature of Modern Israel." re-
    viewed here two weeks ago. for it illustrates the "astride
    two worlds" stance which Wallenrod found so prevalent
    SAUL CARSOX
    in Israeli writing of the last half The book itself displays an interesting, if rather rough,
    progression in time; the content of the stories moves up-
    ward from the values of the past to those of the present
    Hayim Hazaz' 'The Wanderer" i.
    East anecdote, the story of r,.k u.1? "**!
    tomb of hi. donkey, which beclet?*'
    holy Jewish saint, then of "--- tm "*i
    movement; the first story. "Tehilla."
    'twill
    Thi "is'not to say that the settings of the stories carry this its bitter mockery is as strong lodiv "*" *
    ing, centuries ago. The two Ai '
    are relatively timeless; their int
    ploration of Fellahin and Bedouin r*
    takes place in modern Israel. Yet Agnon
    l,v styleby "incense-sprinkling"imbues his tale with a
    misty, semi-legendary quality. Tehilla is a completely
    saintly woman who is a hundred and four years old; by
    her very age and manner of living, she stands apart from
    the world in which she lives. The story could as easily
    have been set a thousand years ago. although you would
    then miss the contrast which Agnon only slightly points up.
    by Samuel Agnon, ing, centuries ago. The two Arabian /
    don. by device and are relatively timeless; their inter i "* ""
    Legal Dag Sees the Law One Way-His
    United Nations
    IN THE KNESSET, some ten days ago. Israel's Prime Utah
    ' ister. David Ben Gurion, accused IN secretary general
    Dag Hammarskjold of "legal pedantry ." Mr. Ben Gurion
    went one step further, however. He also implied that,
    while the UN Chief can become legalistic as all get-out
    when it comes to complaints against Israel he is seized
    with something amounting to shy forgetfulness when the
    subject concerns grievances by Israel. Therefore, in the
    interests of prodding memoryall arounda look into
    some back records and archives might be in order.
    For instancewhat ever happened to Israel's request
    that Jordan and Israel meet at a conference table to review
    the armistice agreement which both had signed at Rhodes
    in April 1949? Israel made such a request for review of
    the armistice agreement formally, on November 12. 1953.
    By that time. Mr Hammarskjold. who had taken up the
    secretary generalship the preceding April, was hardly out
    of his novitiate. But the secretary general could read He
    knew, from the terms of Israel's request, that there was
    strict legality behind that insistence. For Israel made its
    request under the terms of Article XII of the Jordan-Israel
    Armistice Agreement.
    Thus, no one was being more legalistic than Israel
    when it made its request for a Jordan conference to Mr.
    Hammarskjold. But there was one catch to the prorxi-i
    tion. At that time. Jordan was not a member of the
    United Nations. Consequently. Jordan felt it was not
    to a treaty-revision conference; he set the place as Jeru-
    BETH SIEROTY
    salem (presumably the no-man's-land there between the
    bound. Mr. Hammarskjold summoned Israel and Jordan
    Jordanian and Israeli sides) and volunteered to act as
    chairman. What happened? Jordan spilled a lot of words
    all of them mounting to a simple "no." Several months
    later. Mr. Hammarskjold gave up. But Jordan is a member
    now. Israel's request still stands. How legalistic must
    one be to get action?
    Legalism can be equated with strict adherence to pro-
    tocol. One of the fundamentals of protocol (as, indeed,
    of any business relations outside diplomacy) is the rule
    that a letter is always at least acknowledged, if not an-
    swered. On November 4. 1956. Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign
    Minister of Israel, who had not as yet arrived here to head
    the Israel delegation, sent a letter to Mr. Hammarskjold.
    In that letter, she asked a series of questions. The first of
    these questions is irrelevant now because it referred to
    the then pending cease-fire between Israel and Egypt. But
    the remaining four queries are alive this very minute. Here,
    as embodied in the official DM archives, they are:
    Dd Egypt still adhere to the position that she was at
    war with Israel? Was Egypt prepared to enter into im-
    mediate negotiations with Israel, with a view to the estab-
    lishment of peace between the two countries? Did Egypt
    agree to cease economic boycott against Israel and lift the
    blockade of Israel shipping in the Suez Canal? Did Egypt
    undertake to recall fedayeen gangs under her control in
    other countries?
    Mr. Hammarskjold has never even acknowledged re-
    ceipt of that letter in writing.
    Psychopath Kasper and Jewish Psychiatrists
    Washington
    W'LL SEGREGATIONIST John Kasper intensify his anti
    Semitic campaign now 'hat fellow segregationists
    have denounced him for dancir \ with Negroes? Some ob-
    server! inspect he will. The 2'. vear-old seeregationist was
    a key figure in the Clinton. Ti:in., school integration dis-
    orders
    regation leaders denounced Kasper despite his
    "good work for their common cause It could happen
    again. Kasper would be on safer grounds, observers rea-
    son, if his future line placed more emphasis on anti-
    Semitism and lets OK the white supremacy theme Out of
    desperation and an filmtall to make a name for hiniself.
    this may happen. ,
    Dreyfus Gets New Set
    Hollywood
    QNE OF THE top productions oj the year is MGM's
    w "Captain Dreyfus." which deals with the miscarriage
    of justice and the wave of anti-Semitism that rocked France
    at the turn of the century. Based on new research into
    the famous courtmartial and the subsequent trial of Emile
    Zola, it involves also Viennese newsman Theodor Herzl.
    who attended the hearings as a young journalist. It wtt
    during the Dreyfus Affair that Herzl came to the realiza-
    tion that only an independent State in Palestine could
    solve the Jewish problem and prevent further injustice to
    his people.
    Producer Sam Zimbalist has signed Jose Ferrer to
    direct "Captain Dreyfus" from a screen play by Gore Vidal
    with Ferrer portraying the title role and Swedish screen
    star Viveca Lindfors the much suffering Mrs. Dreyfus
    Famed British playwright actor Emlyn Williams (author
    of "Night Must Fall" and "The Corn is Green") is set to
    recreate Emile Zola, a character portrayed by Paul Muni
    in an earlier cinema version.

    Producer Sam Spiegel has set Villaivain Vuttanapauit.
    Thailand's top film actress, for a featured role in "The
    Bridge on the River Kwai." The native beauty plays the
    role of a Japanese army nurse assigned to prison camp
    duty in the Columbia picture, which is being filmed en-
    tirely on location in Ceylon with William Holden. Alec
    Guinness and Jack Hawkins heading the cast.

    Buddy Adler. production head of 20th Century-Fox
    won three major magazine awards, from Look. Photoplay
    and Redbook. during bis first year at helm of the studio
    Recalling Rasper's close association with New York
    Negroes, the question of the sincerity of his views on
    - jregation was often raised. The consensus among re-
    porters was that Kasper is a cynical and unctuous pitch-
    man exploiting the Negro-white-tensions; but that in at
    ] Ml one respect he was believed sincereanti-Semitism
    The Negro can be handled on a segregated basis rather
    poet Ezra Pound, exponent of Fascism and anti-Semitism,
    when Kasper ran an avante-garde bookstore in New York's
    Greenwich village, he offered for sale Ezra Pound's poems
    and other anti-Semitic publications. Pound, accused of
    Pro-Axta treason but declared insane and unfit to stand
    'r,a,0,a\-mmi,ted '" S' tftabttfc'i ^ntal institution
    in 1945 Kasper later defended the poet before a Senate
    committee as a victim of Jewish psychiatrists.
    Said Kasper : i think it is important to realize that
    almos, 100 percent of all psychiatric therapy is Jewish
    and that about 80 percent of the psychiatrists are Jewish
    I think it is important, because we are not a Jewish nation."
    He was asked. "Are you opposed to Jewish people?"
    ' I am opposed, he said, "to any nation who attempts
    to usurp American nationality, and the Jews are nation-
    als of another country. Some of them have tried to do
    th,- and are trying to do this. Fortunately, we are having
    I -urge of American nationalism, which will prevent this
    very soon '
    XATHAX ZMPRiX
    Pretty Good Going
    "^"ati
    ouin value.
    Yehuda Y.aris thin story of kibfcl
    also have been written many years aeo
    fused motivation and indecisiveness f
    a writer ttii.
    lit***,
    matter. But as we swing into the monTm^d"
    the latter half of the book, a new f^ZT^n>'
    itself felt. ,eel,n "fat
    Moshe Shamir's description of the
    school days is warm and sensitive
    plicitly "Jewiah," with the
    f: it is not, |
    emphasis on WJ
    which we have come to expect m Jewish -2*'
    Baron on the other hand, turns his deadX1
    a "good" German and his relationship to, S
    European Talmudist during Gestapo dm- k!2
    story flicks self-righteousness like a steel *.*
    Burlas exploration of a problem in the nurSjl
    sian and an Iraqi Jew is not specifically -w?i
    although his writing has that irritating selfo
    which, for some reason, is so prevalent in
    ature.
    The last story in the book is in many w
    one. "David's Bower," by Yitzhak Shenha, L
    only a knowledge of all that has gone before ui
    but a willingness to come to grips with new ml
    out sacrificing any of the old Diaspora feelin.
    Israeli and Jewish, if I may make the disuW^
    about real people in todays Israel. In a bewtMj
    bohc story, he-sets up an action from which rewj|
    of meaning spread far back into the past and!.
    into the future. Although there are. at the nwaaJ
    directions in Israeli writing. Shenhars is bvu/jJ
    powerful, and the one which, I belive, is )
    in literary terms.
    ELM AH f SALPETEK -
    Finale to Israel Mw
    WHILE ISRAEL was still trying to swallow tact
    of the Gaza withdrawal, it had on its haadl
    event which may prove no less difficult to i
    the surgical department of Tel Aviv's Hadaaaal
    death came to Dr. Israel Kastner. ten days after!
    felled by two bullets in the dark of night, as hei
    ing his car in front of his home.
    Dr. Kastner's career did not begin in Israeli I
    of Trade in 1949. During the second World'
    one of the leaders of Hungarian and RumanianJ
    as such acted as a central figure in the efforts I
    least part of that Jewry from Nazi hands. Hi I
    was very limited, and numerous Israelis whose 1
    did not manage to save, blamed him for the I
    beloved ones. One of his most violent critic wl
    Gruenwald, an Orthodox pamphleteer from Jet
    who every month sent out hundreds of ma
    "Letters to the Members of Mizrachi." Kastnezi
    prime target of these letters, which charged Mai
    laborating with the Nazis for hi- own material I
    The charges increased in \ioknce andfiiull'l
    was politely told by his superiors, that unless Bdl
    was brought against Gruenwald. the public wooMr
    that the charges were correct, and Kastner wosM
    quit his job. As a civil servant. Kastner hadtafO
    have the Public Prosecutor press the libel eke*
    so in February 1954 began the famou- Kastner wW
    later became Israel's most controversial issue aer"
    the resignation of the Cabinet
    The trial lasted till June 19S9, and dmi*
    months the details of the extermination of _]
    European Jews were daily handed to every
    his morning paper. The Attorney General, who!
    acted as proseeutor. failed to' make hi casrl
    pronounced Gruenwald innocent of all major
    declared Kastner's collaboration with theNaMl
    Political assassinations are common pr*'1"
    neighboring Arab states.
    for a Fossil People
    MAURICB SAMUEL, in h,s profound analysis. "The Pro-
    of Jew sTL'torltheI0""'': ot Tynbe.', incredible thesis
    fheorTof STZ ^ crea,,v,tv- "*. the author of the
    theory of the fouiliation of Jewish creativity with the
    unanswerable confrontation that the iSKi
    a new language and literature Yiddish ,
    comp^shmen, for. ^J^S^.- "JJ "*
    in Jew,!h h"rrv^hhUndredS tnl> cr""~ ""*
    perhaps even more, is a fascinating one,
    MtataM
    1T3KK pTp,?;,nfai,h,dnTcon,- ETS* ^
    men, needed new"words aVen.teTfZ i **?* S^
    of tongue and faith nf .i! w lhe tr'>8ness
    sume Jews noMeMnem liT" ^ WU'd *B co.
    The history of Yiddish, going beck for ten centuries or
    of the almost mystic grasp the language wdJjjj|jJ,
    of our people, nor even because of the in""\^
    erature it produced in comparatively **<"" th-|
    cause it served to cement a taUrJoristie base ^
    survival would not have been possible *"'* |W
    time acting as a repository for ancient w ^ ^i
    certainly would have been forgotten amio
    Jewish tongues. ta
    For centuries. Jews studied Talmud W>
    Yiddish translation and mothers silenced '**" ^
    with Yiddish soothing and song The **"*"*
    remembers these melodies may be dwindling
    be untrue to its heritage "* il did not *"*
    the tale.


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    IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. DADE
    COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 357*0-8
    RE: ESTATE OF
    EVA OSHEROFF
    Deceaaed
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
    filed mv final report and petition for
    Final Discharge as Executor of the
    estate of EVA I >SI I El!< >FF. dec. -ased .
    and that on the 18th day oTApril, 1*57.
    will anplv to the Honorable i-i-ank B.
    IDowUng County Judge ol Dads Coun-
    ty Florida, for approval Of said final
    report and forflnal ?'_&"
    cent.u "f the EaUte ol EVA OBMaui-
    lOFF, deceased.
    I This 18th day of March, "__
    \[.i:.\ XNI'I'K OSHEROFF.
    MlbTON A. FRIEDMAN
    Attorney fer Executor
    eybolfl Bldg., Miami, Fla,
    86, I "-12 _______________
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40251-B
    Iii Hi: Estate of
    MINA SISSMAN.
    11, ceaat d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    Von are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims ami demands
    which VOtl may have aRalnst the estate
    of MINA 8CSSMAN, deceased late of
    Dade County, Florida, to the County
    Juilgea of Dade County, and file the
    same In their offices in the Coimty
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
    within eight calendar months from the
    date of the first publication hereof, or
    the same will be barred.
    Dated March 23rd, 1957.
    JEROME TAFT. As Administrator
    CTA of the Estate of Mina Sussman,
    Deceased.
    BB1GEL A TE1TELMAN, Attorneys.
    904 Illscayne Illdg.. Miami 32, Fla.
    3/29. 4/5-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring t" engi
    s uiuler the fictitious name of
    IIKill FIDELITY ELECTRONICS at
    1664 Alton Rood. Miami Beach, Florida,
    int.-mis to reglater -aid name with the
    Clerk "t ih" Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    ELI M. I.ri'.lE, (President)
    American Anti npany
    of Florida, Inc.
    NORMAM I-" SOLOMON
    ney for Applicant
    Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
    i. 4/5-12__________________________
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVLN that
    the under. Igi...... di slrlns I
    buslneas undei the fli lltlolis nanw of
    FCRN1TCRE BARN si 850 Southwesl
    37th Ave., Miami. Florida, intends
    . i said name ith the
    the circuit Court of
    l''"ll"a BARN nitNiTfi:E. inc.
    HERMAN T. ISIS
    Attorney foi Applicant
    i>i i i 'ongi ss iildg.
    1/5-18-19-86________________
    to
    Clerk "I
    Dade County,
    r
    at
    in-
    wlth the
    ,,t Bade
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY Oil EN that
    ' the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    bualneas under the ncmioua nan"
    CAMNEIt CONSTRUCTION CO
    ,,,, B.W. 17th 81 Miami. H.....la,
    lands I" register said name
    Clerk of the Ci. nit Court
    Count*, norida.^ (.AMNKI!
    y, t'ndlvlded Interest
    W T. JONEH
    ii> hi, ,1 Interest
    PA1.LOT. BTLVER MULLOY
    Attorneys for Applicant
    i iiilg.
    4 M8-16-M ^_______________
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE UNDER
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the u.iiie,-i^.ieii. deslrin* to
    ,,.., the fictitious I
    14th STREET IJQIJOR '< Vrt m
    llth s. Miami. Worlds Btends to
    redater said name srlth the C*a* of
    Clrclul Coort of Bads County.
    '"......,;'- Ti-NicK LwayoRB, mc
    A K!
    PAI.LOT, SII.VEIt .V Ml l.l-"V
    Attorneys for Applicant
    ress Bldg.
    4/5-12-l--
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40381.
    In Re: ESTATE OF
    SIDNEY FISK.
    I ie, eased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Batate: ,.
    v.ii, and each of you are nereoy
    notified and required t,. present any
    claims and demands which you, or
    either of you, may have acalnet the
    cstat. of SIDNEY FISK deceased Lats
    o( Dade County, Florida, to the Hon-
    orable County J i County,
    and file th* same in their "II
    the Counts Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty Flo Ida, within* elahl calendar
    months from the dal..... the tiral pub-
    li, ..ie.ii li.....i 8s -i claims or de-
    mands contain ti"- legal addi
    the claimant and to be sworn to and
    presented a~ aforesaid, or same '"
    i I,.,, red Bt s si i Uon 7U.II "' Bat
    1645 Probate Act.
    ,1 March 80, A l> l*7. _._
    THE FIRST NATIONAL TANK
    OF Miami, Bj : -i s. Duncan,
    Trust < ifflcer,
    \-. Bxecutor of the Last win and
    T'S'""""1 'sil.NEY l-ISK. H.
    MTBR8, HEIMAN KAPLAN
    Attoi nes for Executor.
    | 86, l ,-r.'-19. ^^_____
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
    ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40085-B
    In Re: ESTATE i>F
    FRIEDA ROSENBERG,
    ntTt-H*"''l, ,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All I'ersons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    You," and each of you are hereby
    notified and required to present any
    claims sad demands winch you. or
    either "f you, may have against the
    Mtate of rTtlEDA ROSENBERG de-
    ,.,,,,I |ts ol Dads County, Florida.
    Honorable County Judges of
    Dade County, and file th. ...... in
    l the Count! ConmouM
    l Dads County, Florida, within eight
    , ,i,nd,,i months from the date of the
    firal publication hereof. Said
    , ,i, manda to contain the lees
    , claimant and to bi swera
    . nted as aforesaid, or same
    ,ll b. ;11 of
    ,l. |648 Probate Act.
    Dated Match 8*. A 1M7.
    El SIR BBN8KY, As A.Hum I
    0f the Estate of Frieda Rosenberg,
    KoVNEIt .v MANNIIE1MEH
    At mi i" I for AdmlnJstiatrlx.
    8/29, 4/5-12-19
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40203.
    In RE; Batata "f
    PAULINE DeKOVEN
    1 i. .ased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    'Vou are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which vou may have against the es-
    tate of PAULINE D.KOVEN deceased
    late of Dade County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in their offices In the
    County Courthouse In- Dade County.
    Florida, within eight calendar months
    from the date of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    ALEXANDER Kl'KI.BU, Executor
    By Philip A. Brooks
    PHILIP A. BROOKS, Attorney
    235 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach. Fla.
    8/22-29. 4/5-12
    NOTICE UNDF.R
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
    the underalgned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name ol-
    Ml Wll MORTGAGE SERVICE COM-
    PANY I Not Ine I at Mm I'.iscayne
    Boulevard. Miami. Florida. Intend t.
    Raid name with the Clerk 04
    : ,-uit Court of Dade County,
    nwMm- don M.I. F. RCBIN
    Mi IRLEY D. l-'AVE
    BURTON H \':i:iSUN
    VON EAMFT a KRAVITZ
    Attorneys fur Applii
    sun Blscayne lllvd.
    J -.-1J-19-26___________________________
    _NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the
    the undersigned, desiring to engage ii
    ' titloUS ""I.....
    II MIAMI BEACH .SERVICI
    STATION at 1*269 Blscayne Blvo
    North Miami I'..a eh. Florida, intend
    t,, reglater said name with the l le'l
    ,,( the Circuit Court of Dade County
    Florida. S||,N],V ,.,-,,N1I'K
    RAYMOND MINTZ
    ARTHUR. I. SNTDBR
    Attorne* f"i Ninth Miami Beach
    Bervioe station.
    n :2-2v, 4/5-12 ______
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE BU-
    RBAU al 218 Civic Bids., Miami. Fla..
    Intends to register said name with the
    ci.-rk ol th" circuit Court of DnT
    County, Florida.
    JOHN BONITA.
    BERNARD HCTNER
    Attorney for Applicant.
    lev i ilympla Bide.
    4,5-12-19-26. ______
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tha
    the undersigned, desiring to engage It
    Business under the fictitious name o
    AI.AMAC HOTEL DINING ROOM a
    131)0 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
    Ma, Intends to register said n.nn
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court o
    Dade County. Florida.
    OSSNA CORP.
    A Fla. Corp.. oole Ownet
    Malvin England.!-
    Attorney for Applicant
    311 Lincoln Road
    3/29, 4/5-12-18. _________ .
    Ie
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
    the undei signed, dealt Ins to enj
    - under the fictitious name of
    JOHNHTON s STEAKS .,i 815 B.W.
    isth Avenue, M|g>ml, Florida Intends
    name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    MTER .v- SONS, inc. Bole Owner
    a Floi Ids I "orp-
    MTBRS, HEIMAN .v- KAPLAN
    attorneys for Applicant
    I. v. u Fifty Building
    ] |S6 8 W. ISt Street.
    4/5-12-19-26.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undei signed, dealrlng to engage in
    - under the fictitious name of
    ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS OF
    FLORIDA al 8741 N.W. 18th Stre. t,
    Hi ale.ih. Florida intends to register
    aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Flm i.i i
    HARRY RECKSON.
    4/5-12-19-26.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADI
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No..19975
    ISIDORE NEWMAN,
    Plaintiff
    VS.
    ROSE NEWMAN,
    I i. f.-ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ROSE NEWMAN
    Island Avenue
    New York, N.v.
    y,,u hereby no
    thai a sill oil Complaint re
    Divorce has been filed a* il"
    and | ou ai s reqi
    of your Answer ,-r Pleading to the Bl
    ,.i Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor
    BENJ LMIN F KIEL, 2731 S \\
    Miami ":, Fla., and fll
    r Pleading in th
    i ol Hi, c n iii c.ur
    , ti or I,-for.- the second day of M.o
    |U f.,ii t,, do so, i id
    by default will be taken against >
    for the relief demanded In the be
    mplaint.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Mn
    Florida, this 82nd day of March. A.L
    E it. LEATHERMAN, Clert
    Circuit Court. Pi......'leinty. Florida
    Bj Wra .w stocking. Deputy Clert
    (Seal)
    BENJAMIN FOOEL
    L'::,l B.W 85th St.. Miami 33, Fla.
    rney for Plaintiff.
    5. 86, t :,-12-19.
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