The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01573

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
l^wiislfcUEltDipidliiaun
Combininf THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
32 Number 13
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 28, 1958
3 Sections 48 Paces Price IZt
ey Day Workers March Sunday
leiman Urges Area-Wide
iupport of CJA Campaign;
Volunteer Corps Needed
If you cannot march and wort on Key Day, then open Uie door
pe volunteer who can." This is the urgent message from Sam J.
nan. Combined Jewish Appeal Key Day chairman, as final opera-
i are being whipped into shape for the biggest door-to-door march
\k history,
iiman reports that hundreds of*
bns have phoned Key Day
jquarters saying that they will
filing to work or help, but can-
eave their homes on Sunday
ling due to illness, incapaci-
Is or other personal reasons.
Fh best way these folk* can
I if* to unfortunate thou*-
who need u* i* to wolcom*
| Key Men and Key Womon
will visit thorn on Sunday
ning, and giv* a generous
ibution t* tho volunteer."
man also announced that ad
lal drivers were needed for
by and that last minute calls
b< accepted at Key Day head-
ers, JE 8-4331.
pe. stay-at-home is just as 1m-
pt at the 'colonel' wTio march-
iKey Day," Heiman declared.
Very dollar will help to buy
ket to a new life for some
fee. About 30,000 such tickets
be purchased for Jews who
eave Poland this year.
In addition, it costs about
$1,000 for the first year's absorp-
tion of an immigrant in Israel or
other free countries. This is the
cost of saving a life today. Key
Day contributors can give these
unfortunate people tickets to a new
life," Heiman said.
NAACP Leaders Ask
Negroes to Help Fix
Bombed Synagogue
MEMPHIS(JTA)Negro residents of Tennessee wor* urged to
"rush to contribute to the rebuilding of ttie bombed Jewish Center in
Ifashville" by Roy Wilkins, National Assn. for tho Advancement of
(Stored People executive secretary, in mn address at a mac* mooting
S*re of tho Memphis branch of tho association.
+
Terming the bombing of the
SAM J. HUMAN
. Mian needed
*
W REBUEFED
[lilies Says
.S. to Stick
y Old Limit
|TA-By Direct Teletype Wlro
&SH1NGTON Secretary ot
Dulles told a press confer-
i Tuesday that while an Arab
? exists to extend territorial
fer to the 12-mile limit in the
of Aqaba. the United States'
ition is that this country is
fintf by the three-mile limit
I in force.
Mi Arabia made known at a
Tt international maritime con-
"ce at Geneva that it would
to block the Gulf to Israeli
Wjing by extending its terri-
pl waters.
Commenting on tho anniver-
[V of Israel troop withdrawal
*"to* Sinai and Oasa area*.
" "id the expectations that
*<*tod have boon fulfilled.
/id both tide* now realize
h* solution and principles
I \ocat*d by tho United
'* were sound.
U'kl. said nis expectations
own fulfilled in the function
.,- ed Nations Emergency
l* units in the Gaza strip and
,r El Sheikh areas. He said
_nd order exist along the
"* and UNEF play* a useful
Rabbinical Assn. President
Calls for All-Out Push Here
'Off AMfTfONAl STORKS AND PKTIHKS, Sff *. 12-A
A great maaaiiui of spirit and volunteer ostergy-wiU reeeb it* climax
this weekend as thousand* of Combined Jewish Appeal volunteers
make ready for Key Day Sunday, Mar. 30.
AU facets of the Jewish communityfraternal, civic, and religious
organizationswill get behind the one-day solicitation to secure funds
which will save and rebuild Jewish lives.
Lending full support to the cli-*-----------------------------
max project of this year's cam-
paign will be the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn., headed by Dr.
Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel.
Dr. Narot has announced that
Kod Day Sabbaths will bo con-
ducted In synagogues throughout
Dado county on Friday, urging
congregants to volunteer three
hour* of their Sunday morning to
save a Jewish lifeand to keep
open their door* to the Key Man
or Key Woman who visits thorn.
"The 20th annual life-saving
drive of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal also marks a year of re-dedi-
cation for American Jews who can
Continued on Pago A
Jewish Center in Miami and Nash-
ville "cowardly acts by sick but
iangerous people," Wilkins said:
'Already ill with prejudice against
both Negroes and Jews, those who
planted the bombs were made bold
)y groups of so-called respectable
people which have u'ged publicly
hal the courts be lefied. They |
were made bold, also, by the timid j
ones who know what is right, hut
vho are afraid to speak out.
"When the hi.dier-ups make their
law-defying statement and pass
.heir resolutions of resistance, the
sick HMe haters below take these
for a go-signal to use violence."
lho NAACP leader continued.
"I nope .that the Negro citizens
of Tennessee will rush to contrib-
ute to the rebuilding of tbe Jewish
Center in Nashville and thus ex-
press in a tangible way our horror
and outrage over this dastardly
act," he concluded.
US Zionists View Movement;
Relation to Israel Has Priority
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ameri-
can Zionist leaders voiced their
views this week at the Zionist Ac-
tions Committee on existing rela-
tions between Israel and Zionists
in countries outside of slrael. es-
pecially the United States.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of
America, said that while the ZOA
does not presume to advise the Is-
rael General Zionists on their
PARTY LINES CROSSED IN 83 62 VOTE
Assembly Kills Move
Against Sunday Laws
ALBANY NY.-(JTA)-A fair Sabbath bill assuring observant
Jew.t, keep their businesses closed on Saturday the right to.operate
on Sunday was defeated in the Assembly of the New York State Leg.s-
on Sunday, vote c8pped a tremendous state-wide campaign
lines to vote aye and nay. d t tne aoor (or a Vote.
SoreSrhC.hnafiv.edecU.degsagfa tSr bill passed both legislative houses
but was vetoed by the governor.
jaw,* .rotation, who waged the light for p.f *
Continued on Pago 3A
Knesset policies, the ZOA does be-
long to a world confederation of
like-minded Zionists. Within the
Zionist Congress, the Jewish Agen-
cy Executive and the Actions Com-
mittee, the ZOA does endeavor to
coordinate policies in accordance
with the ideas and ideology held
in common for decades, he stated.
He reiterated it was not the pur-
pose of the world General Zionists
organization to intervene in the in-
ternal affairs of Israel.
Rabbi Irving Millar, chairman
of the American Zionist Council,
felt that th* organizational and
financial structure of tho Zion-
ist movement wa* not attuned to
tho basic nood of revolutionizing
Jewish Ufa. Ho reminded tho Is-
raelis that 5.000,000 Jaws still
lived in tho United Stato* and
asked whether it was worthwhile
to preserve their existence and
their Jowishnoss.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, co-chair-
man of the reorganized Confed-
eration of General Zionists, under
lined the importance of immigra-
tion as a "living link" between Is-
rael and the Jews of the rest of
the world. He argued that to con
viace the Israeli people that the
Zionist movement is a necessity
for them, "problems must be
thrashed out fundamentally," rath-
er than offering them speeches.
Dr. Miriam Freund. president of
Hadassah, asserted that Jewish
Continued on Pago 1A
Joseph Backs
New Budget;
Hits Criticism
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Jewish Agency
treasurer Dov Joseph announced
Tuesday that he would shortly place
before the finance commission of
the Zionist Actions Committee a
budget plan designed to put the
Actions Committee "to the test."
Speakin ; at the conclusion of de-
bate in the committee. Dr. Jo-
seph indicated that the vital prob-
lem was not how to allocate Zi-
onist funds "but how to raise
more."
Replying to critics of his
211 500,000 budget for th* com-
ing fiscal year. Dr. Joseph noted
that it wa* net aa charged
"cu"' in relation to last year**
budget. He pointed out that th*
1957-58 budget had boon voted at
187.000,000 but part way
through th* year had been in-
creased to 220.000,000.
Replying to Hadassah delegates
who objected to lower appropria-
tions for Youth Aliyah work, be
asked women's Zionist groups
to raise still more money. In a
similar vein, he told critics of the
immigration portion of the budget
that he would take their remarks
"more seriously" if he knew that
on their return home they would
call for a 25 percent increase in
contributions to the United Jewish
Appeal.
M. DOV JOSfPN
MCf##MC


'I '
<




f/.v
Movement in Jerurakm
*
fhr Eaaaa* aaaa*aBaaMT
iiw u* liaaaar.
* a* fcrtjj* Ti
- of a* icae.
Sac aaaer the
- t Budc at* larac *"aa* Zaaaaaai
n te Saatr mi iaaaaa tats mm. ymt&mt s -
n is aaan- |-t* Of tat iwwswaa: ***
ftianiT' of tM gb^tt Skjb* aa
p.juac apaanr tar nm i^vpae
PKT i tar-y^jp- ^ n aceaaaajaaaaBC KB aBB
met at la* l-mast act. u- ta
ae. **iie* sal
f Ac** i* aaani
^^T **
^\NG ANTS
TERMITES!
.? z.
majjjafl
6IVE Tt CJA
f Saw Lives___
Cam Ji MBI
Fels Red
JLi -.-**- .
am Hk ai
aim aBaaatBtaw mnaaia at is- ir
t ~ii=rr^ I CLASS ilf-i.Vil-'lll'iLI
ri* tar
* k-
I- A C*.
V1KTU
laaaiaanaaasr at tn -* of lacaeC
CHAS.HB4E
If2$
. *-* %:
r:-
^nr-rr- r-
LUBY SHLS sr-
FOR LESS!!

^s^
ji -o*
STOtE
mi
* 14*17
BI\TRSID-BLVCH
MEMORIAL CflAPEL
for a
Perfect Tribute
*k taa> ti aiaUaaii rf the
t-Kji t miim tkat
W a price vaaa
Beat* aanairaalc* law attrvtiM nT
InrmiH. expe-rieaK4. <*! i it aatataaar
KaaT aa>d i^mnmm ekapel ith faolitiea
cWt the amawal aaajti f:
vc ixii,. I in fiaV
f*Stf
At*. 71st urn
- VOIR \lv\RHNT MAILBOX!
mi nuinnwi
MOVERS
WAl JE4-43SJ
HTHbM IDAS 1ATB
M. Liefcnu* 4 S#ts
455 OOUJNS AVt,
RIVERSIDE-BEACH
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
El\ER AL DIRECTORS
Pfaom IE 1-1151
11*0 SoaLMAKiT Dam
1114 WantMCTOH Arous
1136 Alt** ftoaa
Van Pun*
cm o.
24 HOI'S AMRl'LA*CE SEVKX
Tm Ban*. FJT.


Friday-
March 28. 1958
iThurman Chairs Brandeis Dinner
ItoruiJ Thurmsn. president of
L^juiJnl National Bank and the
Uaakoi Miami Beach, was named
vJmlstinorXtor}
3-A
chairman of the decennial dinner
L Branded 1/iiiVersity this week.
students. Brandeis University is
located in Waltham. Mass.
Nam*il i |h .lini.r-. r-ummltter
are Bldm \ I i A v August,
i -rii. ." I;.mi. Mtiual Bl nk WIMiani
_ Bornatein, Lew Braverman, Mrs. lien-
TWtfnnw will ^ held during ^"-^ ^""2
paisover on Tuesday evening. Apr.
I aiFtlJe Barcelona hotel- and is
being M>nsored by the Brandeis
llniversily Associates of Greater
hliamt.
New Truce Chief Arrives at Post
f|ih I Hint.,v. lr Sti.nlry Pr.-hlins;,
Chaiicx Kniihtiiiaii. Urn (lain.* Carl
(iardner, Mrs. Ben Zlon Ulnabura-,
Bleat> Qlnaberc, Mr iiw.rl.-s iioid-
ber^, lira. Murrla Ooldln, Mra Barn-
nel QoJdateln, Mrs, .-..1 Gofclatrom
Mia. Robert (iii'iii, ffedfi iUlinan.
Mrs- Sidney Schwartz, president ^"..,,,,^1... m^) u,u,,, ,,..,,,.,.,..
Jacobs, Mr. and Mra. Unn B. Jaeoba
Kinexl JhiiIn. Jay I, KUlak. Mjh.
Abxanil.r Kiikhii. IMwarl Lawman.
Kabl.i Irvlnu U'hmnn, Jiu-k l^imanl,
Mi- iiakid Uevtaeon, Mrs. lx.ui. m-
k.tvaky.
I0[ the Greater Miami chapter
Lf the National Women's Commit-
llee of Brandeis University, and
jlrs. Jack W. Rabinovitch will
bead a group of women committee
taiembcTS. itwl obtMaiein. Mm li.,.rj brleana! Hi
..... .. ,. ... Kui-t IVi.-i. Davtd I'liillh..,, Air
Bndw-University-i-44-first hen rdft, ftavM r^fiMi'rV.i..'',..-;
Jewish non-sectarian institution of
jigher learning in the country. In
Ihe ten years of Its existence, it
las become one of the best known
iberal arts colleges in the country. ,
an" Miamians are on its rolls as && ^fT^JSHaT4 *"
Mrs! Solomon MnrsMllx. Mm. Sar
Rabinovitch, Mra, Matilda Ratner,
Robert s. Hi.l.lnxon, Col. Nathan
Rood, Joaeph Roar. Mra. William l>.
Rubenateiii, Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mix.
Sliln.v M. S.hwarta, Mra. Stanley
Etthwarts, Jacob Hher. Harry Bltnon-
boff. Mra. Klkln Smith, Oeorsre Mork,
'*
JERUSALEM (JTA) Maj. i
Gen. Carl Carlson von Horn, new.
Chief of Staff of the United Na-
tions Truce Supervision Organiza-
tion, called Sunday on Foreign
Ministry director general Walter
Eytan and on Joseph Tekoah, the
Foreign Office armistice affairs
expert.
Later in the week. Premier Da-
vid Ben-Gurion. acting as Foreign
Minister in Mrs. Golda Meir's ab-
sence abroad, will receive the Gen-
eral.
Meanwhile, it was announced
here that Henry Labouis.se, direc-
tor general -of the UN Relief and
Works Agency for the Palestine
Arab Refugees, was to arrive here
Wednesday for his first visit to
Israel since his appointment five
years ago.

HAROLD THUKMAU
MONTGOMERY CLIFT
MS 'BEUEF'AWDE MM HBTE
DEAN MARTIN
i \ il'K UV.E B\Hrl\B\ Rl Sll MWHrillT the 'wise ear mm e>n 'in '
lMCarte, Mlaal, Mlretl*"Tht Leaf, Hot Sunrntr!"
t FlAGUS AT J.JDOWMIOWN
WIUUMNUEN
ALEC CUINJtESS 1ACK UWUNS
MJIritTSMIfniTtM-
i.vrum cfines -**
TIM* MH&HZlNt
D
THE BRIDGE ON THE
RIVER KWAI
Optn 1:45

TODAY
Open 6:4 5
*nm
and God created woman"
but ir.*- devil invented
-u-r-jiuto Brlffitte Bardot
Ceaiiac-Xle*
..ainr-Mayteir, tl.l Maria Idkdll, S.iy Dilm
S.T. Fila Crltici .ir< Wiener"ERValSE"
THE PICTUii THAT illONGS TO
-n a YOUNG lOVIRS Of THIS OfNitATIONI
HERMAN WOUKsV ..._____M
ST StILING
NOVEL
Warmer
Bros
'mutt
sa World Premiere .
^ Showing ^B
-*vDeors Open 1:45 9M.
Marjorie
Morningslar
.. GENE ... NATALIE
Kelly Wood
FMsssMli
TREVOR WYN N SLOAN E
Milner-JONES .s::;rr;.'.:
P0O0CC0 .1110* Of AIW1 ItNACCTIO il .iC ^t
Beach
COCONUT GROVE gum****.
Utn
(IS MI..1.1 r.m D.w.t.w. MI..II
STARTS MONDAY THRU APRIL 12
3^00 MAIN HWY.
WINEES 2.30. WEO. i SAT.
MAUREEN RIP
STAPLETON TORN
HI 4-576S. HI 4-5774
EVENINGS. EXC. SUN.. :
4*
ORPHEUS
DESCENDING
w TENNESSEE
WILLIAMS
'UVHOL^ :$5a0iUl ANO COCKTAIl 10UNGE
HM PAIKINa
Hi 4-S774
Assembly Kills
New Sunday Bill
Continued from P*ge 1 A
fair Sabbath bill fed that ths
progress mad* up to this point
was in itsslf a major victory for
ths forces of liberalization and
presages a full victory at some
future date. Protestant groups
in this city were split en the is-
sue, but the Catholic Church,
through a council of labor organ-
izations, expressed vehement op-
position.
The Ad Hoc Committee for the
Fair Sabbath Law, representing 25
major Jewish organizations, ex-
pressed its disappointment over
the defeat of the bill.
"In the light of the awakened
public concern over this issue and
the unprecedented support of this
measure on the part of legisla-
tors," the statement continued,
'the Jewish community intends to
press for passage of such legisla-
tion with unrelenting dedication
until the democratic rights of our
people are satisfied."
PARI-MUTUEL BETTING
DANIA
\ JAI-ALAI
ALL
TERMITES!
0RTV0u0
\ By
^ \ NYLON TINT
SUBTERRANEAN^ raaiftitM
CHEMICAL
""TT^dMHtMIr*" '.
EVERY JOB
GUARANTEED
Call FR 9-1761
TRULY NOLEN, inc.
Star Pastry Shop
ii .*rt'*
1677 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Largest Selection of Traditional
Passover Cakes, Cookies and all
Pesach Baked Products
STAR PASTRY SHOP'S NAME PROTECTS YOU WITH
THE flHEST PESACH INGREDIENTS
PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Free Delivery
Miami and Miami Beach
CALL PHONE JE 8-7530


THE RABBI PRESIDENT AND OFFICERS
of the
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
Cordially Inrlte You to Hear
Circuit Court Judge Ray H. Pearson
Who Will Address Our
Building Campaign Kickoff Rally
on the Subject:
"The Significant* of Our Campaign to the Community"
COL SIDXEY H. PALMER
President, Beth El Congregation, Master oi Ceremonies
Sunday. March 30, at 8:30 p.m.
THE ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER AUDITORIUM
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla.
Public Is Welcome Refreshments Served
No Solicitation oi Funds
I 5
m
(iaeed TrajMe t- ** BwM>]
Sea Jeea Fji"i He. Nil
St. Themes i.tM iOm* ail
Aai.l, IJ.Jf. May 13.1/
Jum 11, H Jwey I,, Aaji.H
tHiti MIAMI Tatieeft 4 PM
4-DAY HAVANA NASSAU
All txpense Cruis> from *75
Saturday all da all nigM m Havana
Itavn Sunday Monday-all day ia Naiuu
A.r.4, II.2S. May' 73. hut.lt
July 4, II, *uo I, I5.
always W/Eiut otuiMm. Itivtt MIAMI Fn.4PM
faiabrt taat aa KfHil ^
10 serf wtft re a
rteMM VeceNeatf
1. 100". AIR CONDITIONED
lor compKMi comloil
2. EXOTIC HUTS .UK eaw
lor iighlsain| in ach
1. FAST SHIP (I) knots) ailowi
time lor bargain shopping
I. "Frea Port" shops.
4. SWIMMiMC POOL
5. SUN DECK
I. EXCELLENT CUISINE
7. MfiHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
Cocktail Lounge Oance
Salon Ship's Orchestra
I. SUPERLATIVE SERVICE
round the-chxk
I. CRUISE DIRECTOR and
Hostess with Planned
Programs tor tun galore*
10. A FLOATING RESORT HOTEL
ASSURES A HAPPY HOLIDAY
EASTERN SHIPPING CORPORATION, Gen I Agent
,er 3 IP O. Be. 1131 Mnini 6, Pie. T.I. 113 1311 I" ou. traVtt Ao,enl
On" Oo.ly V AM is PM S.nd.yi 10 AM .o 6 PM


4-A
+Jewlst>ncrk*HJ
i
wJenisii Meridian
faoinliM avary Friday alnea 1MT by the Jiwiih
"crMian at 12L N E Sixth Straet. Miami la, Florida
'-raei > wt -'aee inte- Juiv 4, iSO. a t*e Poal
Otflca of Miami, Fla.. under tha Act of March S, 187*.
Tha Jewnh Fiondian haa abaorbed tha Jawiah Unity
and tha Jawiah WeaKly. MtmMi oi tha jcwien rele-
sjiaphic Agancy, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Wortd-
v.o* Newi Sarvica, National Editorial Aaaociation, Amer-
ican Aaaociation of Enginn Jawiah Newepapare. Florida
freee Aaaociation.
FEED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street
Telephone FR 4-1141 FR 4-9212_
Th. Jawiah norlJI.n doee not f ""h *"*'
ruth of. the .iiercbandiae advertleed In Ita columna.---------
SUBSCRIPTI ON ATE5:
One Year $5.00 Two Veara $800 Three Yeara SiB-uu
during the ureeh
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
Friday. March 28. 1958
Volume 32 Number 13
7 Nisan 5718
Facts are These: Lets Senior Citizens Honored
Remedy Them Key Day
The 1958 Combined Jewish Appeal rhows
these two significant trends:
Pledge totals are slightly behind those
tallied at the same time last year;
Pledge volume is seriously behindrepre-
sents about one-hull ol the volume recorded at
the sanis time last year.
There is little point in speculating about
the reasons for Iheze trends. But there is cause
lor worry.
The 1958 goc! is S2.1C3.000. This is a de-
cided upturn in intended achievement as com-
pared vvith the approximately SI.600,000 scor-
ed in 1957. In the lace ol a nearly hall-million
dollar boost, the 50 percent reduction in
the total number of pledges recorded last year
at this point is a stiicus blow to the aims of
CJA.
Key Day Sunday is a massive Combined
Jewish Appeal "assault" on the Greater Miami
area to get ahead of the drive's showing thus
far. Volunteer Sunday to be a member of the
army of workers who will be ringing doorbells
throughout the area to bring the story of the
Combined Jewish Appeal to your neighbors.
Short of this, be sure to stay home Sunday
to welcome the CJA volunteer who will be
ringing YOUR bell. And give Give to the
limit of your meand ... So much depends upon
your generosity.
Maurice Grossman Passes
Maurice Grossman has leit the midst of the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
rn the 23 years since his arrival here. Mr.
Grossman established an enviable record both
as a professional and lay leader.
He became executive director ol the then
YM&WHA. and laid the foundation lor the or-
ganization which was to emerge as today's
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
It was through Mr;-Grossman's leadership
that, for the first time anywhere in the South,
such innovations as children's summer camps
and Golden Age groups were instituted at the
Center. For this achievement, he was accord-
ed national recognition.
Even in his retirement from professional
Jewish community life, Grossman's unflagging
interest frequently made his voice heard" and
his opinions known as a lay leader.
His untimely passing is mourned by those
who knew himand by those who, through the
coming years, will continue to enjoy the facil-
ities he helped create at the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
- r-
f/. M i

Senior citizens have been increasingly the
congest cf many community leaders, who ,
point to the general upward trend in longevity
cf the nation's older population.
Too often, it seems to us, this concern has
taken en a certain patronizing air. The achieve-
ments of two of Greater Miami'3 leading
personalities will be the objsct of tribute here
over the weekend.
They simply happen to be senior citizens.
The tributes to them are less out of respect for
their aae .than for the genuine contributions
they have made to the Jewish community here.
Harry Sirkin will be gu=st of honor at the
third annual dinner Sunday of the Greater Mi-
ami District of the Zionist Organization of
America.
Sirkin. a founder of the Greater Miami
'Jewish Federation. Greater Miami Committee
for Israel Bonds. Temple Emanu-El and Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center (former YM-
WHA), is a pioneer Zionist and long identified
with ZOA activities.
The dinner in his honor is to pay special
tribute to Sirkin's Zionist endeavor, but local
leaders will also note his invaluable contribu-
tions to these other vital community organiza-
tions.
Beth David Congregation will honor Harry
Simons on the occasion of his 80th birthday
during Friday evening services. Simons, a
South Florida pioneer who arrived here in 1925,
has more than 30 years of activity in behalf of
Beth David.
Currently its assistant treasurer, Simons
has held every office in the congregation, in-
cluding president. He is also a past president
of the Greater Miami Cemetery Assn.. and a
faeasurer oi the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund.
These community leaders, as we say,
simply happen to be senior citizens. But the
energy and imagination of their organizational
contributions belie their years. May we add our
word of congratulations to the many tributes in
their honor. '
CUPIRCHARGED .,.
reaction to th rt.._,r
of Beth El SmVJS"
worthless and adolescent J
any glandular ***,"
Nothing comes from Myuwl
old William ShakespearTS
had King Lear tell his dauahiJI
Cordelia. And fact of the matter is that nothing can come from-
hand wringing, pronouncements and organizational threats dir#_
against public law enforcement agencies lest they fail to make,
immediate arrest. Contrarily, these agencies may ultimitr'v l*
upon the Jewish communityor that part of it which at one tiara
another professes to be its spokesmanas something little less j
irresponsible.
There is no question that the dynamiting was a stunning nd|
ftil thing: although fam inclined to suspect that the act was far L
damaging than the results of the act. There is also no question of]
validity of guarded and intelligent conference with local police i
governmm officials. But ttW*e- is- gl ttueUfaBbut tfcrrtlg
leu doubt about the purposeof hyperthyroid warnings in the nan
the- Jewish community should justice fail to be done.
'dm C,v*. Must To.Ve the Lead in forestall-
ing cud Resisting Any Such Undertaking"
ftmtr Sen. Htrhtrl H. teaman.
Jewish Education's Future
The Jewish Education Committee of New
York is attempting to cope with some difficult
problems.
Jewish eduction is incresingly a signifi-
cant {actor in America with the decline of East
Europe as a source of scholars and spiritual
leaders.
The decline means we must develop our
own. But prevailing custom that sends a child
to religious school late and "graduates" him at
Bar Mitzvah or Bas Mitzvah several years
after is certainly a deterrent to this develop-
ment.
In the eyes of the Jewish Education Com-
mittee of New York, "the jugular vein in Jewish
education is the afternoon Hebrew high
school." We must not sever the child's school-
ing at this point, the committee warns.
Similar warnings have been sounded in
the past by Miami's own Bureau of Jew'.-rh Ed-
ucation, which maintains a Hebrew hinh school
and encourages youth, where qualified, to enter
studies on a college level.
How successul such effort* are to excite the
interest of Jawish boys and oirls In the direction
of a more complex Jewish education remains to
be seen.
But he New York committee doe* not se
this problem as an isolated thina. Tied to it are
teaching conditions in Jewish religious schools
across the nation. The incentive to strive to-
ward a higher Hebrew education <-. sharply
curbed because few of our young people find
a Jewish teacher's profession attractive.
We agree that the lew wage scales cyn-
ical pension systems and lack of Pen-ority aua'r-
antees are among the most sinister conditions
motivating our youth against entering the Jew-
ish teaching profession.
Somehow, these considerations, carefully
studied at a recent Jewish Education Committee
of New York meeting, fail to stack up against
our reputation that we are a "People of the
Bock." Much depends upon an andequate.
and fair.y rapid solution of the pvoblems-iu
brief, the fate of our Jewish youth.
In addition to the fact that such behavior lays the comma
op-n to silently expedient and therefore anti-Semitic criticisal
defeats a far more necessary- outcome of the bombing: firmly ul
tablish in the public mind tre collective nature of the incident]
relating it to those in Nashville, Tenn., and Gastonia and Charl
N.C.: to prove it an expression of the organized resistance to int(,
tion rather than an isolated, spontaneous example of "crackpot" i
Jewish bias; to indicate that an attack against the spiritual inte
of one segment of American citizenry must be considered an act oil
gressiofl gainst the nation's hallowed democratic principle
men are free to worship as they please.
FREEDOM OF KtUGIOM STRIKES SYMPATHETIC CHORD
THE THIRD ELEMENY here is perhaps equally important wild
second, and implicitly more significant than the first. For!
our major civil libertarian organizations have by now alerted laij
forcement and government officials to the relationship between f
Semitism and anti integration. That the Beth El bombing mirl
turn, conceivably related to those in North Carolina and Tea
thus seems to follow as a generality.
But the appeal is a pithy one that an act of terror has bea*)
petrated in order to abrogate one's rightsespecially where tl
rights pertain to worship and spiritual belief. Somehow, even ill
eyes of men more than only superficially prejudiced against Jf
such an appeal strikes a sympathetic chordaffects a reactioo|
is fundamentally protective in nature and cooperative in design.i
future deterrent possibilities greatly enhanced. The reasons for.
are manifold and can hardly be covered here; nonetheless, sudj
advantageous quirk in the American social makeup should cert
be exploited by the Jewish community now.
Contrarily, the positive and almost unreasonable demand for 1
mediate action" merely- produces negative results. Principal u
them, as suggested before, is the most heinous kind of anti-Sen
silent hatred, never even whispered, for fear of "Jewish politid
taliation," but sufficiently potent to overlook and sabotage the!
elementary considerations in the bombing incident.
PROPACANMSTJC [QU1VAUNT DEFTER THAN ARREST
AN EXAMPLE OF this was the story in the general press last t
** which reported a police investigation into the possibility th
Beth El Synagogue dynamiting resulted from "internal di>
Kabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky's departure for a Washington. D.C.r)
the week before was suddenly presented in a manner as to
evil. The effect of this trend has since become more involve
more divisiveand is hardly intelligent enough to warrant disc
Whether or not such speculation about "internal dissenlion" wuj
tastically inaugurated by a person or persons seeking to make!
Beth El during the congregation's moment of highest confusiotl
fact remains that "tipping off" the police in the name of "puWirj
mand for action" was both vulgar and damaging to the more p
mental issues.
Similir bombing incidents occurred in the Greater Miamij
back in 1851. There were attempts made at Tifereth Israel !*>
Center, Miami Hebrew Congregation, and Temple Judea. The c
extended to Temple Israel and a Catholic Church in Miami. Nof
five arrests resulted; no punishment was meted out.
One is not to assume that this failure will be repeated in thej
El case, but it is certainly a likely possibility. So far as the;
is concerned, clues at the site of the bombing were so spers*1
State Fire Marshal A. M. Willis did not immediately concede dyM"
had been used to touch off the explosion. The lesson to be ui
here is that other consequences of the incident than an admiW
desirable arrest should not be lost from view.
These, again, principally are related to an effective airing o"1
connection with the segregation-integration imbroglio. But. u\
deterrent to future terrorism, the propagandists advantage tniti-
accrue to the Jewish community, here and throughout the niuaj
certainly equal to and perhaps surpasses the value equivalent
sensational exposure of the culprits involved.
WHO SHALL SPEAK FOR THE JEWISH COMMOHFTT?
CUCH CONSEQUENCES DEPEND upon intelligent handling IM
** discount the morbid desire of a scattering of individuals t*j
one] publicity at no matter what cost to the larger issue, the qw
arises: "Who shall speak for the Jewish community
This is a question frequently asked hereand I am sure.
wherewhen moments of duress have taxed the imagination
leadership, in the Beth El bombing, one would expect the ,v" \,
larian professionals to show the way. The number of possiD" -
men narrowed down, they somewhat simplify the problem, f
ample, that arose in October, 1958 when Israel moved into Jjjjj
Peninsula, and when achieving an absolutely mandatory co
community viewpoint involved dealing with a host of organ'"
each believing its statement of position, if not a rally of its
ship, necemrj to Dade county's welfare. .pct,
An announcement issued here last week, expressing nmt; ^
the public law enforcement agency handling of the inve"fj tn,t
lured the endorsement of these civil libertarians, along j,,,!
the Jewish War Veterans and the Rabbinical Assn. Bu '"ltWi Mji
unity, bunched by the initial spadework of the Ant; I ^mal hcnqg|
Bue and American Jewish Committee, was an afier-the iac' ^ fl
MH>n. The American Jewish Congress had long before en ^
fracas with telegrams to Gov. Collins and Mayor H"^.*;^-,
in more measured and telling fashion shot oif its open H.SSiH
later In a blazing analysis of the possible '"
Continued on Page I A


wday, March 28. 1958
*Jewish Ihrklku
SA
*
3

Sinai Patients to Mark Passover at Special Seder
Patients at Mt. Sinai Hospital I room, and will include the tradi-
will have an opportunity to take !iioni'1 Sflder services conducted
part in Passover services Frirday,! by Rabbi Joseph H. Margolies, hos-
Apr. 4. Max Orovitz. president of P'lal chaplain.
the hospital announces.
Services will be held at 4 p.m.
He will be assisted by Cantor
David Conviscr, of Temple Beth
in the hospital's main dining- Sholom.
iv teacher's licenses are issued to new-
.jualiiied teachers in Jewish community at
cent meeting of board of directors of Bureau
| Jewish Education. Local Board of License
Bureau is recognized by National Board of
tense of American Assn. for Jewish Educa-
Left to right are Herbert Berger, secre-
tary to local Board of Lic-nse; Aryeh A. Lor,
instructor at North Dade Jewish Center; Louis
Schwartzman. executive director of Bureau;
Shimon Azulay, instructor a* Hebrew Acad-
emy; and Avinoam Kachioff, instructor at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
Jewish Music Contest to Cover
irida as Top Prize Raised to $200
annual Jewish Music
est will be open this year to
Sents throughout the state of
Ida.
le Greater Miami Jewish Com-
ply Center, which conducts
annual Jewish Music Festival
the cooperation of the Can-
[ Assn., has again set aside a
of money to stimulate the
ag of original compositions
pwish music.
present atives of GMJCC and
cantors group arrived at the
Us of the plan, which incor-
|e certain changes as com-
with the 1957 program.
if ytir, Him will be on*
|le award of $200 for the out-
ding work presented. The
is of the contest are being
idfl*d to include the entire
for to Officiate
Intor Joseph W. Malek will
Suet Passover Seder services
fhe Shore Club hotel Apr. 4
state of Florida instead of Dade
county alone.
Cantor William Lipson, of Beth
David, who was program coordi-
nator of this year's festival, will
join the panel of judges. Other
judges, who are continuing from
last year, are Cantor Jacob Born-
stein, Temple Israel; Dr. Joel Be-
lov, professor of violin and theory
at the University of Miami music
school; and Mrs. Joan Stein, chair-
man of the piano department, Mi-
ami Conservatory.
Priae winners in the first con-
test were Paul Klit* and Diane
Deutsch, whes* compositions
were recently submitted to the
National Jewish Music Council,
which is interested in discover-
ing new talent in this field.
All compositions must be sub-
mitted by Oct. I to Emanuel
Tropp, assistant director. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
490 SW 16th ave., Miami.
Content of the composition must
be based upon Jewish historical,
biblical, liturgical or folk ideas,
with a maximum time limit of 20
minutes.
Compostions will be considered
in either of the following forms:
solo vocal, choral, solo instrumen-
tal, or chamber instrumental. The
prize winning composition will be
premiered at next year's Jewish
Music Festival.
FL Y KLM
* FLIGHTS
to EUROPE and ISRAEL
SAVE $113.40 OVER LOW TOURIST
ROUND TRIP FAKES FROM NEW YORK"
1S58 is the year ... the 10th
Anniversary of Israel. .
the Brussels Interna-
tional Exposition .
Visit both and stop over
in Amsterdam, London,
Paris, Rome at no extra fare.
$:e YCUR TRAVEl MM or KLM
COLUMBUS HOTE'.
308 N.E. 1st St. F* 3-8155
Miami 32, Ha.
Starting Aoril 1. Subject to govern-
mtnt approval.
FIRST
Am~ii LAST CHANCE
ATTENTION: GREATER MIAMI RESIDENTS & VISITORS.
March 3HI. next Monday, is the deadline for filing
of any claims against Germany as the outgrowth
oi the World War II period. II you have grounds
'or such a claim, don't forget this deadline.
This announcement is brought to you as a public
service by Washington Federal Savings and Loan
Association in Miami Beach.
SEASON'S MEETINGS
MIAMI BEACH TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
,,, J. f. Davidson, Owner
[4 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 4-2091
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
Est. 1919 Milo W. Bennett
Me ,., PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH
|'826 WEST AVE. JE 1-3707
* or Pkeee M
"AT GANS
NmJ '"*" MOM
jeLr 3rj Ave.-"rt 3 PoJorlfl
fljDON ROOFING AND
IX,?ETAl WORKS INC.
lHt?;";,,**w. 3 7180
"ill !". roo' repaired now: you
,.?" n,w 'f later.
I'.'i 1!or* Wop>< y
^^^fteneod Men"
GOLFERS
RUSTY SHAFTS?
A new metallic treatment
latte for year*
RttMAFTINO REEINISMINO
BECRiPPJNO ALTERATIONS
OWCIf SUMl
fAaoHr qualm
Goff's
1421 Pence Cerel Geeles
LARGEST SELECTION
OF KOSHER GOODS
for Passover
Free Delivery
A BOTTLE OR A CASE I
A Great Name In
Kosher Products
HOROWITZ
MARGARETEN
KOSHER
Concord
GRAPE
WINE
88
$|98
c
rirrH
14 Gel.
THIS PASSOVER serve ISRAEL WINES
CARMEL
Kosher
CONCORD
GRAPE
WINE
3 Also Available at Same Price
HAUTSAUTERNES
SACRAMENTAL GRAPE
MALAGA
BURGUNDY
s
Produced
mt
Bottled
in
Israel
16.95
case of 12
WISHNIAK$3
88
FIFTH
GANELES
mehd Hw::
i
29
FIFTH
CARMEL
Israel BRANDY
L
12-YEAR-OLD
BRAWN'S
Hi
94
Proof
SLIVOVITZ
SC95
%-* FIFTr
263 Bottles Only !
95 months old
7 yn. 11 mo.
Krou, Brw. ,
SLIVOVITZ
$429
FIF
FIFTH
TOP
QUALITY
LOW
PRICE
3 for
12.73
1 5 FREE DELIVERY ] 5
STORFS Phone the Stor-e Nearest You stopfv
MIAMI
SS2S BiKeyet BM-
PhonePL 7-1115
IBM u.w. 7k Aw.
Nut ti K.* Cert
Phone PL 4-7216
e
2301 N.W. 121k A*>.
Phone Nt j-8312
Miami Beach
1711 Alba M.
PhoeoJE 1-7655
1127 Wuklottoa An.
Owmlta Clti Hall
Phone JE 4-4545

nn .
Phone MO 7-1441
North
Miami Beech
ond
Sunny tle
167 tOHR lllrl
BM
163r SI
rHem Wl 7-J24J
e e o
19152 ClIIlM
Aft
PkeM Wl 74155
SO. DADE
UUS Be. DI Al B.W. ltttk St.
(Ckaeaaen I'leM Dr.)
Be. DUIe Hlkw,. KenBall
rk. cb s-nn
Coral Gables
2211 Peati Be lew BM.
(2 Merki Nertk el
HiraMi MHO
Phono HI 3-8105
108 Pmci Ltea Blnl.
on naawr
Phone HI 6-0363
o e e
1230 1. Dixie Mwy.
Uabtnlty SHeeolot
Cmttr
Phone MO 7-8837
Ff. Laud.
1701 S. Aaerawt An.
Phono JA 3-5858
W. Stewart mi At 7
Nnt ta HM Fair
Phono LU 3-2125
Hollywood
1520 Sa. F-Otrjl Nwy
Ph. WA 2-4738
MOGEN
DAVID
fir
Mani-
schewifz
Available
at
lall Stores


6-A
+Jewist>fk)rXl*m
1000 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
join am
onCJAKEYDAY
SUNDAY, MARCH 30th, at 9:00 a.m.
J"^r cLrife- J-reedom- /v<
escMC..
REPORT TO THE NEAREST KEY DAY
DEPOT IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ...

fv MIAMI
(1) Coral Way Elementary School, 1950 SW 13th Ave.
(2) Miramar School, 109 NE 19th 91.
(1)
(2)
(3)
'V MIAMI BEACH
North Jeoch Elementary School, 4100 MM Avo.
Bfccayne Elementary School, 800 77th St.
Miami Beach Auditorium (Conference Room) 17th St. Side

On Sunday, March 30th, More Than 1,000 Volunteers Will March for KEY DAY of the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL____
The KEY DAY Worker Will Be Given Ten Pledge Card, of Contributors in Hi, Neighborhood. When the Worker Complote,
Hi, Assignment He May Return with HI, Report to Hi, Depot er Bring It to the Gala Worker', Key Party at the Seville Hotel
the Same Day from 4 to 6 p.m. Every Ufe-Saving Contribution on KEY DAY Will Keep UraoJ', Door, Open and Help to
Strengthen Our Own Jewish Community YOU Are Needed! Work 3 Hour, an Key Day and Save a life! Call Jf M331 NOW
*'"
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAl 20th CAMPAIGN FOR LIFE AND FREEDOM 420 LINCOLN ROAD (Men.) t^31


Friday. March 28, 1958
+Jewlsi) fhr/rfitr
7-A
[ J 4 i
1 tk% :
m!1m^
" Ml fl B fl ^t a"
"'': ,^| aaV i 135
American Medical Center to Honor
Noted Industrialist at Apr. 22 Dinner
IMapping plans for testimonial dinner honoring Samuel Kipnis
I are (left to right) Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Rep. lames Roosevelt.
and Leo Robinson. Dinner is scheduled for Apr. 22 at DuPont
iTarleton hotel. ______^^______
I'M Gallery Wing To Open with Preview
The new $50,000 Barton Wing ot
,e Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gal-
ry, University of Miami, will open
th a preview for gallery member:,
d guests Thursday, Apr. 10.
| On loan exhibition will be Rio
ande blankets and Spanish-Amer-
n retablos and santos (primitive
ree dimensional religious fig-
Samuel Kipnis, Miami Beach
resident and one of the nation's
top industrialists, will be honored
at a testimonial dinner here Apr.
22 by the American Medical Center
at Denver.
Principal speaker at the dinner
scheduled for the Dupont Tarleton
Motel will Le Rep. James Roose-
velt, California Democrat, aad
son of the late President Franklin
Delano Roosevelt.
He is chaifmanof the American
Medical Center's national develop-
ment program.
Th* Center recently launched
n expansion drive to provide
MM) more bad* and to construct
a now reaeorch building dovotod
to the clinical and beak study
of cancer, tuberculosis and al-
lied chest diseases.
Since its opening in 1904, the
hospital, previously called the
Jewish Consumptive Relief Socie-
ty, has provided more than 2ut
million days of free patient care-
to human beings of all faiths.
Support of the hospital's main-
tenance and expansion comes
through voluntary contributions of
its friends and supporters through-
out the country. Nearly 70 ladies'
auxiliaries and men's committees
in a score of major cities conduct
year-round activities to enlist sup-
port for the- hospital's work.
The hospital Is a 54-year-dld
treatment and research center
which provides free, non-sectarian
aid to victims of cancer, rohercu-
losis and chest diseases in all forms
and in all stages, according to
Rep. Roosevelt, who was in Miami
last week to map plans for the din-
ner. It has never charged a single
penny for its outstanding medical
and surgical care.
Roosevelt Mid th* hospital
maintains a unique "open door"
policy under which victim* are
admitted regardless of the ad-
vanced stage of their disease and
provided with unlimited hospita-
lliation.
I Greater Miami has a particular-
ly big stake in the expansion of
the hospital, Roosevelt pointed
out.
"In the last ten years alone"
Roosevelt said, "sixty-eight Great-
er Miami residents have received
free care at the American Medical
Center at an estimated cost to the
hospital of $300,000."
Kipnis. former president of the
National Container Corp., will be
honored at the dinner for "his
compassionate service to the
needy sick of all faiths."
Roosevelt wm guest of honor
last week at a reception in the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Alebrt
Hochberg, 125 N. Shore dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. Outstanding local
men and women interested in the
hospital's activities attended the
event. Roosevelt was introduced
by Col. Jacob M. Arvey.
National sponsors of the Ameri-
can Medical Center include Dr.
Samuel Belkin, Eddie Cantor, Sen.
Ralph Flanders, Gov. Foster Fur-
calo. Gov. Averell Harriman. Sen.
Hubert Humphrey, Fannie Hurst,
Gov. Goodwin Knight. Sen. Wayne
Morse. Sen. Richard Neuberger.
Bishop Bernard J. Sheil, and nu-
merous other nationally known
civic, business, and religious lead-
ers.
|Stippementing the exhibition will
Indian objects given to the gal-
by John Wise, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Blum-
ri>, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Levin and
Forbes Hawkes, all of Miami.
Mor bmcheon for W. Ottde
[ednesdoy of Deouvi/fft Hotel
*Jnrth Dade chapter of B'nai
th Women will hold a donor
kcheon at the Deauville hotel
kdnesday noon.
In charge of reservations are
\s. Alvin Wank and Mrs. Stan-
IVeider.
Jroeram will include noted
ic'lienne Patsy Abbott; Leslie
nford. featured dancer in "Mar-
he Morningstar:" and Inns
fcrn-. current singing star at the
kmbay hotel.
rice of Carillon SatardTf
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
[nai B'rith Women will hold a
Inor dinner dance at the Carillon
Wei Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
ot$100 per Acre
IEFFCOTT REALTY '
INVESTMENTS
2400 first Street
FORT MYERS, HA.
EDISON 5-4421
PERMANENT HOME
FOR THE
rn.fRLY ~ NURSING and
CONVALESCENT PERSONS
. H Diets Strictly Followed
| l0,"t Equipment and Furnishiags
24 Hr. Nursing Service
FRonklin 3-0759
AIRWAY
CONVAUSCENT
HOME
7 N.W. 13th Avenue
* sut Board ot Health
MEANS
TfciiS*a*ol
KOSHER :
Wk led Are
Certified
Keeker.
Watch tat N
YetifOoWe.
Light One!
Discover
Viceroy
Gives You More
Of What
You Change
To a Filter For
Viceroy gives you the
maximum filtration for
the smoothest smoke of
any cigarette. More taste
too ... the finest tobacco
taste of all. Maximum
filtration for the
smoothest smoke -and
finest tobacco taste.
More of what you change
to. a filter for!


Now erueh-proot flip-open
box or famouo familiar pack
HH.Wul",,,",*MlW')


8-A
+Jmisl>ncrk0an
Friday, March M

t
National Zionist Leaders
For Harry Sirfcin Sunday at Deauville
HAKB1 SIKKIH
National Zionist leaders Crom all
parts of the country have written
the local Zionist office expressing
their satisfaction at the honoring
of Barry Strata, life president of
Temple Emanu-El. at the third an-
nual dinner of the Greater Miami
Zionist District this Sunday at the
Deauvtlle hotel.
At the final meeting of the ar-
rangements committee at Zionist
headquarters early this week. S. E.
Schwartz. Miami businessman and
chairman of the committee, an-
nounced that Dr. Sidney Marks, j
secretary and executive director
tion, wrote the local district:
"Wo re delighted that Harry
Sirfcin of Miami Beoeh it boing
horxjr.d by the Zionist Orgontao-
tion of America. He the vory
embodiment of tho Zionist Waal.
H is en* of tho Zionist pionoors
who have built so wall for tho
fvturo of tho Jowish people
fhroi ?h tho eroation of tho Stato
of Israel, its upbuilding and
maintenance.
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Pago 4 A
bombing and segregation henchmen, as well as in a move to share its
pertinent flips with the FBI
Nat to be outdone, 'he Deoartment of Florida JWV. by no means
a group professionally trained in such matters, issued its own state-
ment last Monday as a private postscript to the presumably joint an-
nouncement it signed the week before.
Within this Belter skelter of activity, a degree of public states-
manship managed to emerge and some worthy even if secretive ad-
vances to be made by li>cal investigating officials. Certainly, the J
major Jewish civil libertarian organizations contributed largely to j
the ascending order. But th" question still remained: "Who shall
speak for the Jewish community at a time when united action and a
united voice are generally deemed advisable?"
HELLMAN
FUNERAL CHAPELS, INC.
"Caring for Those You Care For"


STATIONS TO
SERVE YOU
174S toy Road
Mr. Sinai Hoipitol
St. Froncli Ho.pitol
1923 S.W. 8fh $?.
OFFICIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
OP MIAMI BEACH
SERVING ALL OF DADE COUNTY,
FOR
IMMEDIATE
SERVICE
FLAT RATE NO METERS
JE 8-5333
MIAMI BEACH
1741 Boy Rood, Mor Dodo Blvd.
JI 8-5331 JI 1-9000
MIAMI
1921 S.W. ltd H.
PR 4-6149
WORLD-WIDE TRANSFER SERVICE
I. AL HELLMAN, PRES.
HARRY W. ilYIt, F.O.
Recovering from major sur-
gery at New England Baptist
Hospital, Boston, is Abe Kur-
man, prssident of Jewish
Home for Aged. Key leader
in Combined Jewish Appeal
and United Fund board mem-
ber, Kurman will be honored
at 13th annual "Bar Mitz-
vah" meeting of Jewish
Home for Aged Apr. 13.
Meeting will also serve as
groundbreaking ceremony
for new addition to Home.
Those who will attend it* din-
ner will not only honor the work
of Harry Sirfcin as a Zionist lead-
er in the community but through
their support will assist the peo-
ple of Israel in their efforts to sus-
tain the position of the free world
in a vital area."
Many prominent national lead-
ers are expected to attend the din-
ner and pay personal tribute to
Sirfcin.
Coming horo otpocially for tho
dinnar will bo Oov. Frank Clem-
ont. of Tonnossoo. who will
Riako Hto principal tddr*..
Morton O. Robbin., SEj^
lrosldont of th Zionist OnZS
laMonof Amerke. will S
troatwja from tho mfw*,, 2
g.miotwn to toe* lhj\ *
era. Loading r.fchi. ., <> "J
Miami will .lM .ttond. ^*l
In addition to Schwarts, M
David S. Andron. Leo RtkL3
and Charles Fruchtman are
orary chairmen. Members of Tt2
pie Emanu-EI are expected ta M
out in large numbers as a uiZ
to Sirfcin for the years ot srvicr
and dedication to the Tmflj
which Sirfcin helped found.
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
GEFILTE FISH
Kosher
for
Passover
Luscious, fluffy
gefllte fish ... with
traditional home*
style flavor.
Tempting ...
delicious!
4 satisfying jumbo
portions! Also in
2 lb., 8 portion jars.
0
Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
373 N.E. 61st Street Phono PL 7 5371
Op of Ine No-
Olc/esl arid-Ian,
l5ade Federal
/c/awncs and LGan Association 61 Miami
Don't put it off put it on !
Re-Roof -*
WRITTEN GUARANTEE
LICENSED & INSURED
PAYMENTS ARRANGED
"AT TOUB SEBVICE"
/ Re-Roofing
& Repairing
rot* "** KfttisWtv
-HOMI
PL 1-1658
ACME
SUPPLY CO.
26/0 N.w. 75th ST.
* crti.i ipm
Your Letterhead Printed
On Watermarked Paper
$7.50 PC-* 1000 ONE COLOR
LARGER QUANTITIES FOR LESS
Phone NE 5-8366
JOSEPH M-IIHON/Pi^eni
1 *HV*!m!riRt**-1
Announces
OFFICE SPACE
NOW AVAILABLE
In Their New
EDISON CENTER BRANCH
OFFICE BUILDING
5800 Northwest 7th Avenua
Here Is one of Miomi's newest and most distinctive office build-
aL m or.v nSSS J?,eVat0" AmP'e Porfcinq area. It is on address
y preflllllld man wiH be proud to use Space limited. For in-
formation Inquire Mr. Summers. TelephonTpL 7-3441.


March 28, 1958
+JenMnr>rkHa,r)
9-Jt
80-Years-Young 'Pop' Simons to be Feted Here
MRRY SIMONS
... on hit ewe
lew Affiliate
Beth Sholom
now affiliate of Temple Beth
has been announced by
i Serbia, president of the Tem-
The group consists of youn;
fried people who have small
dren.
bmporary executive board in-
|es Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gott-
d. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Er-
er and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
kbbi 1.00:1 Kronish and Mr. and
rl Bloom, of the Tem-
staff, are working closely
imp.
\xl mi ping will be Apr. 12 at
1 Mr. and Mrs. Gott-
1 Program will feature LmeU
|c ami danci'is. prepared by
.ill Conviser and Mr.
Mrs. Bl >om. In cnarge of the
1 00J and youth acuities
j.n (il the Temnle.
Harry Simons will be honored
during Friday evening services of
Beth David Congregation for his
more than 30 years of dedicated
effort in behalf of the congrega-
tion.
The trih-.ite will coincide with
Simons' POth birthday, according
to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth
David spiritual leader.
"Pop" Simons, as he is effec-
tionately known in the commun-
ity, was born on Apr. 10, 1878 in
what was ^hen Russia-Poland. "I
em the 12th of a family of 13
childr*n," he r?calls. "My school-
ing, besides Hebrew cheder, in-
cluded five grades of public
school in the Veivery Seminary."
"Veivery" is the name of the
county in Mariampol, the state of
his birth.
In October, 1892, by order of
Czar Alexander III, "Pop," to-
gether with the six other Jew-
ish children attending, were ex-
pelled. In July, 1893, he made
his way to America, "and I
have been on my own ever
since," he proudly explains.
Simons lived in Chicago until
April, 1906, then went out West
to Cheyenne, Wyo., where he 0>et
his late wife, Goldie: They were
married that year on Oct. 21.
The couple raised three chil-
dren: daughter, Laurette, born in
Omaha, Neb., today Mrs. Ted
Sandier, of the Ackerman Insur-
ance Aeency. Miami; Babette,
now Mrs. Leo Ackerman, also of
the Ackerman Insurance Agency
and a community leader in her
own right: and son Theodore R.,
born in Shenandoah, la., now
with the Siars and SIripes in Ger-
many.
UnHI 1925, "Pop" operated
moving picture theaters in
mall towns throughout Ne-
braska and Iowa. In that year,
he came to Floridaonly to be
propelled right into the center
of the September, 1926 hurrl-
cane and one of the worst busts
in Florida history.
"I went back to motion picture
business right then and there,"
Simons explains, "operating sev-
eral open air theaters in Miami
and West Palm Beach."
Some ten years later, in 1935,
he joined son-in-law Leo Acker-
man as manager of the Acker-
man Mortgage Agency, Acker-
man Insurance auxiliary.
"Pop" Simons is a member
of Bern David Congregation
todayafter holding every of-
fice in the congregation, in-
cluding president. Beth David's
current assistant treasurer, he
is also a past president of the
Greater Miami Cemetery Assn.,
and treasurer of the Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fund, an agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
An older brother in Tel Aviv,
Israel, and Simons arc the only
two left from the original family
of 13 children. Five them died
during the Nazi butchery. ,
Last year, in August, "Pop"
Simons lost his beloved wife,
Goldie. But he can still look back
on a career as exciting as the
many good deeds he has accom-
plishednot the least of which in-
clude his organizing of three syn-
agogues: one in Helena, Mont.;
one in Cheyenne; and one in
Hollywood, Fla., which blew up
during the 1926 hurricane.
The Oneg Shabbat at Beth
David Friday evening will also be
in Simons' honor. "He has well
earned this tribute, not because
of his length of yearsand we
pray that God may grant him
many morebut rather because)
of what he has achieved during
those years." These are the sen-
timents of Beth David's Rabbi
Rosenberg. And the entire com-
munity "Pop" Simons has served
and still servesechoes them.
Rabbi Urges Drive Support
t&AKX TO UMVEU
WITH
2<*r Idrsving School. Inc.
FE:'
we p>ch ycu up at home or place of business.
Nw dui.' control car>. Licensed by the State of Florida.
PO W. H.AGLER STREET PHONE HI 4-6711
"Proijre^sinrj with Our Many Satisfied Customers"
ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
COULTON BROS
"ART" "MAI/tT" "NAT" YOUR TEXACO BOYS
ra! Way & S.W. 27th Ave.
840 S.W. 8th St.

^W^^^'B"*'^^*

AUTO LOAN?
DON'T GROAN-
JUST PHONE
Continued from Page 1 A
reflect with pride on an unprece-
dented record of brineing new life
and hope to millions of oppressed
and needy," the spiritual leader de-
clared. "However, 80.000 Jewish
refugees remain in lands of ten
sion and uncertainty," Dr. Narot
indicated.
"These thousands of Jews in
'. many lands fighiing with raw cour-
4 age against huge odds for the basic
* rights of life, liberty, and peaceful,
4 secure existence, are heroes of our
people.
"They show once again the bra-
very and faith that defended the
temple in ancient times, surviv-
ed the persecutions of the dark
ages, rose triumphant from the
ruins of Warsaw, and outlived
the horrors of Naiism," he said.
The religious leader has been for
many years an ardent worker in
the ranks of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and led the campaign some
years ago in Atlantic City.
"A contribution to the Combined
Jewish Appeal is an investment in
life itself," he said, urging each
and every Jewish resident of
Greater Miami to participate in
Key Day on Sunday.
Call Mr. Barker FR 4-7211
Consumer Credit Deportment
Easiest, tiiiftiut wij t* fit tint iiw -
Clf (N WHt a loan from Pan American
Bank of Miami! Low bank rales con-
N.niont monthly payments quick
service with a smile. Happ* motoring!
PAN AMERICAN BANK
250 S.I. IM St. A SeWIe Ore *"
T"I ONIY DOWNTOWN RANK WTtM DRlVS-M TIILM SERVICE I
- Newd ** -* **** o^"* *~" C*'*"*""
AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE
NILOM'S
"No Branch Stf$"
Distributors for YALE
Complete line of lock Sets
DOOR CLOSERS, PADLOCKS
KEIl Locksmiths Svoalics
KEY MACHINES
WE DELIVER end SERVICE
1304 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone FB 9-3144
WE MAKE
ARTIFICIAL EYES, FINGERS,
NOSES, EARS, BUSTS, etc.
SATfJ/ACTION eOARANTEED
A. S. Jensen Lebs, Inc.
Pacific BIJi. 327 N.E. 1st Ave.
Ph. FR 4-4M6 Evt. NE 5-RS4*
GREATER MIAMI HEBREW
FREE LOAN
Meets Every Wednesday, I to 9 P.M.
BETH EL CENTER
500 S.W. 17th Avtffnt, Miomi
For M or motion Phone FR 3-4107
B.F.Goodrich
TWO GREAT
TIRES
-for
2 different
kinds of driving
LIFE-SHUER
Siluertouin
SEALS
PUNCTURES PERMANENTLY
i NAIL IN OR OUT. A patented sealant inside the LIFE-
SAVER grips a nail as it punches through the tire walL,
When the nail is removed, the sealant follows it into the
bole making an air-tight repair.
Siluertausti
125
At constant high speeds, beat build-up can cause ordinary
liret to buckle and rip apart. But the 6-ply nylon 5ilrer-
town 125 shrugs off ure-kiUina; heat at speeds faster than
you'll ever driel
10c GETS YOU POLLING
EASY CREDIT
YOU NAME THE TERMS
6-vo!f- FULLY GUARANTEED
ELECTRO-
PAK
BATTERY
i
j BF Goodrich t
EXCHANGE
B.F.Goodnch Tires
SINCE 1*24
NORTON
TIRE
MIAMI
500 W. Noaler
MIAMI
4*00 N.W. 2nd Avo.
MIAMI REACH
Norton Pallet Tir C.
1454 AKM Road
NORTH MIAMI
133*0 N.W. 7t Avo.
SOUTH MIAMI
StlO SoH Ml Mleewy
HIALEAH
I |. 2ttk Str.at
HOMRSTEAD
111 S. Krone Aveoi


10-A
-jeHktnork***
Friday, Mmch u
Religious Services
hebrew self.taught
,y AHARON ROSEN
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 CaNyle ave
Ortnedox. Rabbi Isaac Ew.
Friday :1"' I'.n a.m
Sermon: "Th- '. rat Ji
dation of Pas.--

ANSHE EVES. 2S3S W 'th ave. Can
tor Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. ZtB SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi YaaKo. nose.io... .
Ctntor William W. Lipso-
Friday S:l"> jvm. S.
Hy Reausoa of -
Hhabbat: Hi- honor-
ed on hla KOth birth-da.-. Snurdny
a.m. l>ar M.tz\ah: '. -N':
k.-,d Mrs. WUItai
e
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
O
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2ed ave.
Conservative Rabbi David W. Mor-
ton. Cantor Mymn Fein.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
Ortnodox. Rabbi H. Loon Rottman.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stera.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday p.m. Saturday tttt am Ber-
non: "At Krrrdiim'a Dawn." I'.ar Mm-
vah: Avrohm, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hairy Faker.

BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday S V a.m. Ser-
mon: "Taking Blessings for Granted."

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18160 NW 2nd ave. Conservative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
i p.m. Sermon "Pi -[>aratl foi pen hPaat and PrimL" Sat-
urday 11 a.m.
O
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51at pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alstet.
> Iday 8:15 p.n
i >! ii the 8
!..!" a n Bar Ifltat th Stephen, MM
,.f Mr and Hn Ralph Pi

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
! n Bm aaoa
' .Si-.niMonth of Mn I
CAXDUUGHTING TMIE
7 Nisan 6:19 pan.
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Fla-
mingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
Heim.
i m in "Are We
.:>: T.<
.1.11*

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky.
Friday 1:18 and 1:11 p.m. ertnoti
"Freedom." Onoj Bkabbal boats Mi
and afra. Jack Rose in honor "f th>-ir
Mn, Muirb-w. who wi i heroin*- Bar
afltsvaa Batnrda) N m.
e
KNESETH ISRAFL. '415 Euclid ve.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
. fi p m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar*
The Qreat SMbbath."
a
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Frlda y 6 p.n 18 in Bar.
ii,, i.i-ai Caaaa on the Qraal
l .,,
a
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob Goldfirh.
Fi Iday 8 p.m. ChHdn n will
Left r- ry Leff,
Mai i m v,
]. a i l.ln i: i :.i. In an, Katni > n Uui -
Kllon, Iris II., nbui
1 I.. i i '..\ Id N
.-- I -
and O lldn L'nlt<
Ooal
Band In
I irth-
ill Mn Pa ,1 Leff in honor
tholr anniversary. Batui
n ,,f Mr, and
',\ ..li.mi Koaofaky.
a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Nau.
Frlda) 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Preparing
for the Keast of Pnlaavanad Hiead."
Ones shahh.it boats: Men'i Club, stan-
le) I. Cohen, president. Saturdav :
urn. Bar Mltxvah: Praderiok, aoa of
Mr. and Mra. Jack draff.
a
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frlda> I 1", p.m. Sermon. "Marjo
Jewish NetghlKiraImpri if the
film varalon of 'Marjoi it- Mornlng-
etar' Saturday k:4i> a.m. Bar Mita-
N.ih. Stanley, mm of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
rla Shapiro: Konald. <.n of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Alter. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion."
a
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER
Room 315, Merrick blda U. of M.
campua. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
B.iumgard.
Frlda} VI. p.m. Bermoti: "How Re-
form .luilaimii Ham mna for tba Development of JadariJan."
Theme to mark anolveraar) ,-f the
birthday of laaae Ma\er Wine, found-
er of American Kefortn Judalam.
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. 6438
SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.
Friday v:to p.m. Barnson: "Segregation
In Taimiidlc laiu Ones Bbabbal
hoatai Mr. and Mr*. Milton Miller S.i-
"The I
TEVPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4'4*Chase
ava Llan >**' een K'oeisn
Cantor David Cenviaer.
k "The
a- niver*an I rael CPna -h in a
T 1 ni .\nni\ersar> of
r In i,
Saturday M:4i a :n. Bar aUtswab
in i kari Joaaj
tan.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lenrman. Cantor Israel Reich.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19tt at. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
tern.
Friday I IS DJU Baranoa: "The \re
Reformara." iConubjasasi of a t>
the contribution of lunar
Fb Foraa Jndalam.)

TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Raobi Morns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
! 1:11 p-ra Sermon: Tomorrow
Cm I' V Pre-Paaaover Ser-
. In a rn.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID. (Being erect-
ed at 80th at. and Tatum Waterway.)
Modern Traditional.
Friday 6:15 p m. a: SurfasdaTowa Hall
I t J. R. Schvy.irtx. a
::^~: M Iwoo i
B ooklj n, N I .-il'J, "Je -
lah Coatosm and IYa< nd the
World." ij Kinan II
in in.
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
131st st. and NE (th ave. Reform
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
a
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 6:20 p.m. Sermon
sai.i.Hth Saturday I am Bar Mlti-
y..h: Paul, son of Mi. and Mra. s.un
Kleti-her.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6900 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Heraon. Cantor Albert Olantz.
Friday 3U pm Srrimin: "By Faith
We Live." Saturday a.m. Sermon:
"Tbe Great Sebhath "
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mert ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
Fridky 1". p.m Senin.B 'The i: .
BaJabaUb." Saturday s:.in a.m.
COTTCCt
tah-khohm
kindergarten
teacher
gahn-en^t
year
shah-nah
joy
seem-hah
very
- m'ohd
1131.156 umy
/e/
tsah-*ah
H3S .151
T T
mai .f52
BM .157 niiss.mrs.
g'vi-ret
kindergarten D--|y-^.153
rUw' .158 gah*-y'toh-^em
old pi .154
nna& .159 -MM"
young Tys .155
nKa .160 tsah^tr
1tk ninnx H aTK-
.)i?r 1rx Di "?3X ,n^s
3K LOB .jj?t mn !]i3i vb-
JBTtt* ntfan1?
T I T I -
r3^n3 ninin nas rg -
m
^j-jia^ ns ,ffljq mn M-
I.. JBTOtB raj
n3irns73-n3 !)l3i k1?-
TD'inj'n
n*mrrn,i73^ nsx^irri-
xrvtn r3 rni ya^-n?
TPKnaanainnxnasp
|- T~ T" t It
Jtirtfi d i) n-itps-rnK
-BfiVBr ,Q2) H'$m O'ff
...(14) nn&y-pgnK
.(20) ontro
?niK ,nriK nss ]3 -
.D-^^nn |3 -ix-
t .DO-n-33 ini1? nriK-
!D,^,r^-p,lx,x,?-
>VW 1PT no? 191-
n^iamn.nxnio^nP^-
inn n?33 na-
mn .nntro-niiD^ n? nn -
-jfM nioi1? irn .n'Tina
.ni-u1? noon
T- 1 V "
intfnnasn-
T I V
xin .rrtoxrvtiR ]a nfD-
n*if? .^n xin .X3S3
T I T- T T -
nnat?ni wrjrj xs wn
t : T : t 1
T^xiotfiii na?)3-
]3 wn .nxip pi xin-
.D'rsnx
Prayer He
May've Saved]
Jtabbi Hirsch *
in Miami on his airpian
from New York.
His destination, along *& 1
of 23 other passengers, wai |
Ha boar Jed Hi* oi.nl _
airliner, thinking aba* hi,
tvrn home to ipeni 9,
with his family.
Rabbi Wolf is connetted ,
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and
sifta in Brookiyn. N.Y,
, Automatically, he mumM^
"TfUath Haderech priy*r _]
prayer for sate journey and;
rival.
The fiant airliner rota intal
ky. and aplocM in rmd-sk,
Rabbi Wolf may not mak)]
home for Passover now. He I
several broken ribs, and othtfl
ternal injuries. But he is
comfortably at Mercy
He's alive.
The prayer he mumbled
the plane exploded he feels. 1
have something to do
fact that he's one of the su
of a terrible air tra.edy.
Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization r by writing to:. Brit lvrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel,
Published by Brit Ivtit Olamit
B-G in Analysis of Relations Abroad
JERUSALEM(JTA)A series,
of long-range predictioBS involv-'
ing Israel's relations with various
world powers was presented by
Premier David Ben-Gurion this
week to a closed meeting of Ma-
pai leaders in Tel Aviv.
The discussion of the realities
of Israel's foreign policy took
place in a Mapai "ideological cir-
cle" where one of the participants
was recently retired Army Chief
of Staff Brig. Gen. Moshe Dayan.
AmtltICAN ISRAHI
RELIGIOUS STORE
1357 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-7722
A BIG SELECTION OF BAR
MIT2VAH OUTFITS and
SYNAGOGUE SUPPLIES
Ben-Gurion reportedly made the
following points:
Thar* i* no likelihood in the
foreseeable future of any basic
cnanqe in Soviet policy toward
Israel;
There is little chance that Com-
munist China will revise its atti-
tude toward Israel;
The United States is extending
Israel important, multi faceted
aid, but it will not supply arms;
There is no sign of India's rn-
rMyenu
BY HENRY LEONARD
Once upon a time, near Slaborke Yeshiva, there
term threat aaatm-e '
were three bears...
tering into diplomatic relations
with Israel, despite promises to
do so;
The attitude in Britain toward
Israel is changing in a favorable
direction, but the British Govern-
ment's Middle East policy la 'HI
determined by its oil inten
The unification of Western
Europe increase! the import-
ance of that area particularly
Germany for Israel. In that
connection. Israel's close ties
with France ere of utmost im-
portance and will remain so in
the future;
Europe is a source of arms for
Israel, but should also become a
source of a "political deterrent" to
Arab aggression against Israel.
Dr. Giora Jesephthal, tbe Mapai
general secretary, who participat-
ed in the foreign policy review,
proposed that Israel establish a
technical aid program for under-
developed Asiaa and African
countries.
Sixth Grader
Wins 3 Honors
Once again, 11-year-old
Feld has emerged as spelling!
pion of Coral Way Elen
School.
Last year, as a fifth
Janice, daughter of Mr. ai
Max P. Feld. 1655 SW 19th I
peared at the Dade Count)!
Bee Finals as representative 1
school
In the ft of music, the 1
grade youngster has again 1
to her f rowing list of awa
piano. Competing in the
ry Poinciania District
sponsored by the National I
ration of Music Clubs, sfctl
the youngest entrant to ea|
perior ratings In the ct
and musically advanced |
cations.
Judges for the festival we
eph Tarpley, Jeffrey Stol
George Roth, of the l'nivera|
Miami school of music.
The young musician has
been declared a winner in **;
ior Artists auditions held
Miami Music Club. The
participant, Janice aPl*
concert at the Musicians C>
America, Coral Gables, last
day.
Janice studies piano with1
Ullian, of Ft. Lauderdale. >|
as harmony and compos'"01'
Prof. Frederic YoungtA
Miami Hebrtw Book SO
1585 Washingtcn *vi. I
Miami Beach JE '""J
Hebrew ReMgious Supp"' ,
Synagogues, Schools p' h
ISRAELI DOMESTIC
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. $H
311 WefAington *Vie,*l
jBt-MOS-JB1-'
(.>.( /)i>. u.-.i r.i.i.,


Friday. March K, 1958
Jml&foir&aMn
ll-A
Maurice Grossman Passes Away, 60
i
MAUUCl CMSSMAN
JACK J. EPSTEIN
Hit- K..M.iinchleaii hotel \ retired real entate broker
i. he wan iine of ihr 01 la.-
11 in the Knntalnel
. In.Til rhli'BK"
He leaves hi* wife. Hlt.i;
and a brother. Bel
In Chicago, with Rive
i Memorial Chapel in cuarge of
ram......Ht*
SAMUEL KOENIGSBERO
died Mar. 19. A wln-
,i-n,.r irom Chicago, be naa a
I .- irvlvlni are his wife,
.. three ilaiiuhterH ami a brother.
Ivlin and burial were in Chicago,
ili H, rii,m Funeral Cliauel in
I
LOUIS BUSH
II w. Tl'n.l at., lllalcah, died
ji. A retired n.....ting louse op-
|i i he came here ,-iv month* ago.
' viiijj are hie wife, Yctia; a
rjrjhter, Mis. UHdred Wetntraub;
s>na, and another daughter. Bel -
,ii l buii.il were in rtniailelwhia,
llcllinan Funeral Chapel In
,!(.' 1,m a.ly.
MRS. BLANCHE EISMAN
nf Miami B.-arh, died Mai'. 21. For-
fly of Cincinnati, ahe moved here
ptonfha ago Service* and burial
n Cincinnati, with Riverslde-
Ich Memorial Chapel In charge lo-
MRS. SYLVIA FREEDMAN
[of 810 Meildlan ave.. died Mar. 22.
knerly i>f New York, she came here
>-.ir> ago. Surviving are her huB-
id, Alex; and three eona, Sidney,
fry and Ralph. Services and burial
e In New York, with Rlveralde-
rh Memorial Chapel In charge of
>i arrangementa.
MAC GOLDSTEIN
[of 171 NK 82nd St.. died Mar. 21. A
greil clothing store owner, he came
' eight years ago from Niagara
, N V. H was a member of the
Ismis and the Scottish Rite Temple.
>vivlnK are his wife, Viola; his mo*
lr. Mis. Rose tiolnstein, tour lll'o-
fr- and a sister. Services were Mar.
t Riveraide- Reach Memorial Chap-
uh burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MEYER MORRIS
I of *40 Michigan ave., died Mar. 22,
Ian upstate auto accident. Formerly
lew York, he came here 1* years
ix ned toe Imperial hotel at
Ocean dr., and was a member of
' Miami Reach Klks bodge. Sur-
rinK are his wife, Hdna; two daugh-
P. Mrs Hetty Schwarta and Mra.
Pin Ureen; a slater ami a brother.
T\....."were Mar. 21 at Newman-
Won r*uneral Home, with burial In
I ->ebo Cemeterv.
Services were Monday at Beth
El Center for Maurice Grossman.
former executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, who died Sunday. Mar. 23,
at the age of 60.
Grossman, who lived at 2952 S\V
15th ter., came here 23 years ago
from New Jersey to head the Cen-
ter, then known as the Greater
Miami YM & WHA.
During IS* trying days of ex-
pan!on, he was instrumental in
establishing at the Canter, for
the first time in the South, a
simmer day camp for children,
a nursery school department.
which hi* wife heads today, and
a Golden Ago group. For these
innovations, he was accorded na-
tional recognition.
In May. 1948, the community
honored Grossman for ten years
of devoted service in behalf of the
Center. Three years ago he re-
tired, then became associated with
John Gautier in !he county tax as-
sessor's office.
Grossman was a trustee of Sho-
1cm Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and a
director of the Hebrew Academy
and Bikur Cholim Kosher Conva-
lescent Home on Miami Beach.
He served in World War I, and
was a member of the Jewish War
Veterans. .
In addition to hi* wife, Ethel.
Grossman is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Naomi Ruth
Abramowlti, and Mis* Rita Es-
ther Grossman, former newt ed-
itor of The Jewish Floridian.
Rabbi Abraham Levitan, spirit-
ual leader of Southwest Jewish
Center, otliciated at the 3 p.m.
services Monday, assisted by Can-
tors Maurice Mamches. of Beth
Jacob, and William Lipson, Beth
David.
E. Albert Pallot, former presi-
dent of the Y and president of Dis
trict Grand Lodge 5 B'nai B'rith.
offered final remarks. Interment
was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
Gordon Funeral Home in charge of
of arrangements.
BFNJAM N HIRrH
71. of 100 BW 59th ave., died Mar. IS
In a auto accident. A r........I salesman,
h we lo >> .ii.- ago from New
York. Surviving arc his wife. Blot, wh >
softs!. I i ml day;
a sun. Waller a daughter. Mrs. Lillian
Schulman; four grandchildren; an I
tui. brothers. He v.ce* were alar, -i
at RIveralde-BeHcli Memorial Chaiel.
MRS. ESTELLA RAMBFB
Collins ave.. died Mar. M For-
merly ..f .New ^ Ron .\ Ing are I wo
i. is. Mrs. Etta Hollendei and Mi \ I
bichmerer; and foul grandchildren, rter-
tlvi
Memorial Chapel, .. uii burial In let.
Nebo (Vim Ittv.
CLARENCE 8UHKLEY
4S. of IDS E. 3rd ave.. died Mar. 1.
i-'oi in. ri;. of Washington, he wa the
of the Lawn Mower i 'enter here.
: lent here eight years, be waa a
member of 'he Hlaleah-Mlaml Springs
. Communltv Center s'> vin;
are his wife, Helen; two sons, William,
In the Navy, and Samncr I... an.
daughters. Henrietta and Iteulna Ser-
vices were Mar 20 at (ioroon letincral
Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
NATHAN KOSLOW
2 Orange Grove rd., Palm
<. die.1 Mar. 22. A Palm Beach,
ork and Miami Jeweler, he waa
amber of the Palm Beach Country
o and affiliated with various Jew-
["Xanlsations In New York. Sur-
t. ..?re niH w"e. Annl and two
P AUred ami Marlon. Services and
"'1 *ere in New York.
ol*?.8.- 8H"LKY FRIEDMAN
."Ws* 24,h *, died- Mar. It.
am* here it years ago from Chi-
iiu.iSurxiv,"s Include her husband,
sZ.ii'1 ".'" 1><>nald; a daughter.
ti'. tS '"""there, including Irvln,
- *'," "orris Cohn of Miami; and
lii,i. u '.'^'"ding Mrs. Mae Wolf-
I (;,r,i l"1.'!' Services were Mar. H
, ]3i J* '"""al Home, with burial
* Hlnal Cemetery.
, V,!R,MAN SCHATZBERQ
Mi7" n" lnld. died Mar. 19 In
"ii S. v ,""" h're 20 Ver a*o
Al rk' ana *' the owner of
Prmfr '**' hoUsL Miami lien. h. and
-W i'*'"", "f MUml". McAllister
M. iw, "7lvle are his wife. (Via-
** n.i ''"'nl'ei-. Mrs. ima Klne-
"" K.", ,;'r,T '"'1 Kllneheffer; a
v,i" '" v bfothers, a sister and
r Jt .,l,,i",n"dlen.
tan.1 -?,'.. ,t'v*r"l.....Beach Memorial
,.*'. with burial I., wt. N.-bo Oeiae-
QOXVQN
UNIRAi NO**!
l-Tt
MAX BASERMAN
35, of 4818 Alhambra Circle, died Mar.
18. He came here seven years ago
from Hepstead. N.Y. Surviving are
his wife, Violet; a son, Stuart; and
two daughters. Mrs. Phyllis Scher nd
Mrs. Sally I-ast. Bervlcee and inter-
ment were In Brooklyn, with Klver-
slde-Beach Memorial Chapel. Flagler
st., in charge of local arrangements.
GUS B FLEISCHER
71, of 1748 Normandy dr.. a resident
ere five years, coming from Cincin-
nati, died Mar. 19. Survivors Include
his wife. Bertha; two daughters Mrs
Mildred Cohen and Mrs. Miriam Poley;
one grandchild and one great-ciand-
chlld. Services were Mar. 20 at River-
side-1'.each Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy isle.
MRS. ANNA GUBERNICK
76, of 4010 Meridian ave., died Mar. 19.
su' cati.e ii. Miami H years agu iraisl
Connecticut. Surviving are two daugh-
tesr, Florence and Ethel Cube nick.
and three sons, James, Saul and How-
ard. Services were Mar. 21 in New-
man-nnrdon Futavral Home, with
burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
EN KARP
65. of 1410 Ocean dr., died Mar. 19. A
winter resident for many years, he
moved here iwrmanently from I itts-
burgh this year. A retired cab driver,
he Is survive*! by a son, Murray, ser-
vices and burial were in Brooklyn,
With local arrangements by Hellman s
Funeral Chapels.
MR!. FANNIE StEQCfc.
89, of 789 NW 13th ave.. died Mar. 1*.
She came to Miami 1* years ago from
New York. Surviving are two softs.
Morris and Aaron; five daughters. Miss
Helen Blegel, Mrs. Ethel KarUlnnl.
Mr>. Rachel Kaufman. Mrs. Rebecca
Rafalove and Mrs. Peawel Inda; eight
grandchildren and two treat-miM-
chlldren. Services Were Mar. -0 n
Oordon I'lineral Hisne. with burial In
mi. Sinai Cemetery.
NATHAN WEISS
77, retired hardware store owner, of
3032 NW 33rd st., died Mar. 19. He
came here 15 years ago and was a
member of Tlferelh Israel Northslde
Center and Beth Raphael f""*":?''.-
Uoa. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs
Charlotte Trap*: '*" """, ^ l,0"Vi''
Samuel; :flve sisters. Including Mrs.
Hannah McNally. Miami Beach; and
four brothers. Services were Mar. M
at Riverside-Heach Memorial < ha pet
with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MORRIS ZITTER
88. a retfird Miami Reach souvenir
ah.* owner, died Mar. 19. He came
here IJ years ago from r.rooklyn and
,1 at nil* 13th ter surviving
are his W. Bhinna, ami somvlrvlng.
.! rioberi. Service- #Pe Mar.
20 at Riverside-Bench MenrffiaM haiiel.
ftfcholff CM Ofhni
A new course. "Psychology in
Everyday I.ivine." is beins offer-
ed at the Tifereth Israel Congrega-
tion by Lindscy Hopkins. CiaaaoS
will be held at 6500 N. Miami ave..
beginning Apr. I., each Tuesday
morning from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
for 12 weeks.
Washington sve, ullh burial in Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
WILLIAM PERROTT
Hi, television director f-r SBC, died
Mar. 18. A native of I 'ila. M
. vtsll ;.. months aao
,.n was living t hc w, isth si H -
vising are bis parents, Mr. ann Mrs.
B Hocbman, a faster ahd bro-
ther. Service! were In Nea Y..ikCity.
with local a. i aiic mentf bj RlveTalue-
Mem.-rlal Cl
RABBI MAfU KA11
Rabbi Katz, 67,
Passes Away
Rabbi Mayer Katz. of 719 Lenox
ave.. Miami Beach, died Sunday
night at the age of 67.
Formerly of Monticello, N.Y..
he was spiritual leader of Chesed
Shel Ernes Congregation there for
26 years. He came to Miami
Beach 12 years ago.
He was a member of Beth Tfilah
and Beth Jacob Congregations.
Rabbi Ka'z is survived by his
wife, Rachel; two sons. Rev. Ja-
cob D. Katz. Miami Beach, and
Dr. Samuel I. Katz. Teaneck. N.J.;
and five daughters. Mrs. Regina
Wang and Mrs. Paula Isaacowitz.
Brooklyn, N.Y.. Mrs. Anne Green-
berg. N. Miami Beach. Mrs. Frie-
da Charlow, S. Fallsburg. N.Y..
Israeli Officer
Killed on Patrol
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Israeli
Army officer was killed Monday
in the Ne^tev area north of Beer-
sheba when a band of armed Jor-
Idanians penetrated Israeli terri-
tory. In another incident along the
Syrian border. Syrian troops open-
ed fire on Israeli construction
workers in the demilitarized zone
Monday.
In the Negev, an Israeli pa-
trol observed a number Arab*
and their flocks inside Israel. As
the Israeli soldiers approached,
the Arabs opened fire, killing
the patrol's commander, a sec-
ond lieutenant. The patrol re-
turned the rifle fire and the Jor-
danians retreated across the
line.
No one was hurt in the area
south of Lake Huleh by the Syrian
fire, which drew a reply from Is-
rael border police. The Israeli
civilians were working on land
owned by the Jewish National
Fund and were being observed
by United Nations truce officers.
and Mrs. Esther Sussman, Clifton,
N.J. He also leaves 16 grandchil-
dren.
Services were Monday at Rabbi
Katz' home, with interment in Mt.
Sinai Cemetery. Riverside-Beach
Memorial Chapel was in charge
of arrangements.


I* there a tingle reason
why your family should be denied
the security of mind
that a family plot provides? \,y
LAKESIDE
Memorial Park
Lakeside Memorial Park is an Inspiringty
different Jewish burial estate, located at
N.W. 25th St. and 102nd Ave, in Miami.
Monumental and lawn-type sections...
serenely beautiful final resting places
for those you love. Perpetual free car*.
Mail coupon or phone JEfferson 1-5369
Sunday phone TUxedo 7-5266
. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
4007 Choie Aveae* Miami leoch 40
Without obligation, pleot* sen* ate braoWe
(MM details ee Lakeiide Mesrariol fork
NAME..
JP
e>
AOOKSS..
e>
_J


12-A
+Jpistifkr*09r>


1 i
indifference May Do Havoc to Local Agencies
Indifference to the needs of lo-
cal welt are institutions can se-i-
ous'y affect the iutures cf HYM
Jewish fsmiles cut of four n
Greater Miami.
Addressing a group of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Key Day
\olunteers. 1350 chairman Dr.
Morris Goodman pui'i.ea out thai
virtually every Jewish fami'y
uses one or more of the CJA
mccs in an average year.
He said mst teen-agers, nur-
sery-age children, and ywag
I
minify Centers (YMHAi
of their five branches. They re
among the 8,000 ; was
including Golrki, .
long to some 40 Center elubt
joy games, arts, crafts, drama-
tics, and sin^.
Th CJAcatnpiiqn ch-irman
said that thousands of chil-
dran in religious schcals re-
ceive the benefits of improved
educational standards develop-
ed through the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
In Mt. Sinai HosTiUlone of
the finest medical instimtions in
countrylocal residents find
the most pr researc.i
gran -. modem medical prac-
tices, and care for all. regardless
cf race, creed cr ability to pay.
The senior residents at the
Jewish Home (or the Aeed are
y aware of Jha CJA cam-
n, and how many families are
affected by the progress ot tnis
Families with day-to-day prob-
oi livin l, .-narruse. and
.-n need the help of
Ji isfa Family Service. This CJA
ands ready w.th its
programs ol chil foster
care, adoption, vocational |ttid-
ance and employment of Innrfi-
the Sheltered Work-
shop. Refugees are helped with
Mttt, housing, jobs.
The Anti-Defamation Leaaue,
American Jewish Committee
and other community relations
greuo* help to build interfaith
amity, strengthen democracy
and combat bigotry and anti-
Semitism.
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women lends a helping hand
to new i. inds jobs and
enrolls them in English classes.-
Miamians are familiar with the
B'nai B'rith Youih Services, Hil-
lel Foundation, which serves
2.300 Jewish college students at
the Universi.y of .%iiami. ana nu-
merous other CJA-supported ser-
vices.
AH of these !oirh the life of
Jewish tamilies living in Dade
county they have become part
ofour' daily existence," Dr. Good-
man said. "We accept them cas-
Fridov.^flkj
1 'i i > ll
uaUy. as though they will ., '
u* automatically > ""Jj-l
TW. I, f.r ?,, ^aI]
the chairman warned IndHfc"''!
nee or neglect of the' Com?''
- J~.sh Appe,, J*2+ I
eurtailme.-W, slashin, of '
grams, closing cf ooort. .
"A CJA contribution 0. K I
Day will keep Ibe d ,ors J%\
toe campaign chairman declired, J
"Only cash can ku grantee A
valued services to the men
men and children cl our city-"
Key Day 'Army Officers'
Assigned to Sunday Posts
A host of officers has been Beach Auditorium. Nan Cohen
named to serve in the Key Army and Mrs. Louis Makovslcy; North
and to direct the mammoth pro-1 Beach Elementary School. Mrs.
tram of door-to-door solicitation David Denntr. Mrs. Jerry Fried-
for the Combined Jewish Appeal, i land and Mrs. Trudy Hammar-
Sam J. Heiman, general" of | schlag; Biscayne Elementary
School, Sue Berkowitz and Mrs.
Daniel Heller.
In Miami. Miramar Elementary
School. Irving Saul and Sam Gold-1
-(in; Coral Way Elementary
School, Mrs. Sam Stark. Mrs. Dor-;
othy Oppenheim and Mrs. Gerald I
P. Soltz.
Irving Goldenberg has been di-
recting the volunteer forces work-
ing in CJA headquarters preparing
prospect cards, worker's instruc-
tions, volunteer identification and
equipment, organization listings,'
instruction sheets, and numerous j
other tasks in preparation for Sun-
day, Mar. 30.
Appointed "captains" by Hei-1
man were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar!
Zeltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weis-j
-ii. Mr*. Anne Quaker. Mrs. Phil i
Kaye. Mrs. Estelle M. Coplan, Mrs.
Marion Meyer. Mrs. I. S. Shapoff
Mrs Shirley Queen. Mrs. Gertrude
Siegel and Mrs. Rose Kossover.
Other "captains" appointed this
week include Mrs. Gertrude Fro-
n!
Leading restaurant men of Greater Miami
pay tribute to noted attorney and world travel-
er Louis Shapiro of New York at their lunch-
eon Wednesday in Seville hotel. Shown at
"results" session of Combined Jewish Appeal
trade unit are standing deft to right) Jerry Ad
man, Arthur Horowife, William Goldrinq i
Morris Drapkin. Seated an Edward
Meyer Don, Edward Lassman end
Rubin.
Key Day, has appointed as "colo-
nels" Mrs. herald P. Soltz, Aaron
Kravitz and William Weintraub in
charge of Miami.
Mrs. Jean Lehman and Philip
Schoenberg are "colonels" in
charge of Miami Beach. The "Les
Girls" Division will be headed by
Itrt. Harry Smith, and overall re-
cruitment is under the direction of
Mrs. Charles Fcinberg. Colonel of
the Jewish War Veterans manpow-
er enrollment is Daniel N. Heller.
and Mrs. Ph.liO Lefko.w z U cola
nel" of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Additional "colonels" have
been appointed to assist in man-
ning th report depots: Miami
She's 83 But
Willing to Help
Probably the oldest resident
to volunteer her service for CJA
Key Day is Mrs. Ida Orlansky.
of 1306 SW 6lh st., Miami.
Key Day chairman Sam J.
Heiman was amazed to find her
volunteer recruitment card
along with many others, with a
penciled notation in one corner
indicating she was "83 years
old, but glad to help."
"This heart-warming gesture
on the part of one of our senior
citizens should stand as a shin-
ing example." said Heiman.
More than 1,000 volunteers
will be needed Sunday. Mar. 30.
"IT'S TIME
TO SAVE"
at
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVIN6S
Savings accounts earn at the current rate
' 3V2%
Each savings account is insured up to
$10,000 by the Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corp.

FREE transfer of funds from anywhere
in the United States. Just bring in
your pass-book.
"Dedicated to
Thrift"
$ Koblo npoAo4
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
"10 lOAh IHiG'IATlOW O' WIM.
100 ti. t 2nd Avenue
Mem bar Dewirtswa Park t Shop, Isc
Optn Monday (mists till I a. m.
a uvino* Me ioa iiiounwii mi haci rat rout i
Pledge Volume Seen Lagging
With an estimated $1,320,000 al-
ready pledged to the Combined
Jewish Appeal as of Monday, a to-
tal of $1,350,000 may be foreseen
by this weekend, campaign offi-
cials report.
However, less than 6.000 contrib-
utors have responded to date
about half of the number who gave
lasj year.
"Miamians must realize that
CJA is the major funded
drive for the Jewish p
it supports over 50 J < ish c
which might otherwise
individual campaigns,'" Dr. U
Goodman pointed ouf.
He said "CJA is everyone'! I
ness everyone's responsibility
and it will take 'sacrifice
to meet the goal."
man. Mrs. Sarah L. Waxman, Mrs.
Minnie Solomon, Mrs. Manuel
Burstein, Mrs. Sarah Frankel. Mrs.
Ceha Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Rosenthal, Mrs. Sophie Kaminet.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Platoff and
Mrs. Eva Serpick.
Also serving are Mrs. Minna Le-
vin. Miss Joanie Colman. Miss Car-
ole Meyer. Mrs. Rose De Young,
Mrs. Morris Honigbaum. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Ziegmund. Mrs. Lillian Gil-
bert. Moshe Berman. Joseph Levy
Meyer Weinger, Mrs. Helen Ray-
na, Miss Sandee Frogel, Irwin
Solomon. Oscar Mamber, Mrs. Net-
tie Lefkowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dobschultz, Stanley D. Caidin.
Mrs. Rita Epstein. Henry Kamen!
Maurice Zaretsky and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Seem an.
What Your CJA
Dollars Can Do
In Israel, each dollar can save
a life. Here is how Combined Jew-
ish Appeal dollars fill a critical
need, and this is what Miami's Key
Day gifts will accomplish:
$5 will buy a pillow and bed
Russia PllSh repa,ria,e bom
$10 will buy a week's food for a
Hungarian refugee family tempor-
arily sheltered in Austria.
. $50 will pay for a medical exam-
ination of 100 babies ,n a clinic in
irsn.
$150 will cover the total cost of
$1,000 will provide transporta-
aid f0JnUnS,nR- ,rain'n>i' abTPtion
aid for one immigrant in Israel for
an entire year.
|;OPfeN MON., WED.. FBI. NIGHTS TILL I P.M.
AND OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
AT OUR 7701 N W. 7th AVE. STORE
Open WED. till 8 at Our W. FLAGLER St. Store
PAN-AMERICAN TIRE CO.
"H0UDAS LARGiST DfAliR FtOMOA'S 10WIST rKKtt"
TIRE SALE
DAYTON FLYER
600x16 670x15 710x15
895 in95 i795
Block I^EIack **3leck
15 Month Road Hazard Guarantee
FIRST LINE
BLACKWALLS
600x16 9.95 670x15 11.95
2 TEAR GUARANIEf BUDGET TERMS
DAYTON
THOROfttrFriS
BLACKWALLS
600x16
670x15
K.COO MILE OUARANTEE
DAYTON PREMIUM THOROBREDS
TUBE-TYPE OR TUBELESS _
NEW e NOT SECONDS NOT CWANGEOVE
PREMIUM ORADE e GUARANTEED 3** M'LEf.LS
.,__ PREMIUM Fae'oryLiit
-[* QUALITY Price
640x15 BLACK 34.85
670x15 BLACK 37.00
670x15 WHITE 45.25
710x15 BLACK 40.55
760x15 BLACK 44.40
800x15 BLACK 49.45
820x15 BLAC 51.75
pR'Ct
13.35
13.95
16.*
ia
17.95
18.95
NO MOUNTING CHARM PIUS TAX
AU PtICtS PIUS TAX A tXCMANM "OB BICAffAll* '
IF NO IXCH. ADD tl.M Ml TMI
10535 N.W. 27th AVE
aKH n.w. 7th *W6.
e 5740 S. D'Xie *?
W. FLAGLER A JJ,^ AVE. 14352 N-w-J&lv
HOMESTEAD: 916 N. FEDERAL HlOMWAT
HOLLYWOOD: 516 SOUTH DIXIE HlOMWAT y
FT. LAUDERDALE: 3020 S. FEDERAL HlOM**


March 28, 1958
^JewlslifhrfdHan
13- A
Hxed Armistice Group Raps Israel
%r Training Troops Near Border
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
jixed Armistice Commission
[fain reprimanded Israel Monday
br conducting army training
ourses and maneuvers in an area
jdjacent to the Jordan border.
jThe Commission lound that a
Loung child was wounded by a
lray ballet while playing on a
Greet of a Jordanian border vil-
tge. The Commission asserted
Li since February, law. 20 such
Lcidenis had been registered with
[ and that despite repeated as-
[irances that measures would be
ken to prevent recurrence of
ese incidents. Israel continued
train troops in the area near
demarcation line.
.he MAC also held Israel re-
nnsible for the killing of an Arab
^iiier ..no nis horse and donkey
-Jordan territory. Jordanian
Brges were that three Israelis
crossed the line and shot the
lab and his animals, which he
Is using tor ploughing.
[Commenting on thn MAC ac-
tion, an Israeli spokesman said:
"We regret the incident, and wa
am taking every precaution hu-
manly possible that such a thing
should not happen again." Tha
reason training continues in the
central border region rather
than being moved to the Negev
whr artillery unit* would have
"eibow room," Israeli circles ex-
pain, it that Israeli Army de
Kme training system is regional
in nature and troops which have
to dtand the central sector are
trained on that ieriain.
In reference to the numerous
complaints against Israel on the
MAC records, it was pointed out
thai the voting system provides
two voles for each of the Israeli
and Jordan delegations and one
for the UN chairman. In Israel's
absence it h.3s boycotted the
MAC for many months the Jor-
danians have a clear majority and
can carry any motion they care
to introduce even in the face of
objection by the one-vote chair-
relief &lotw JjMMjSW
111 (lie radioactive waters of world-famous Hot Springs National
Park banish all your aches and pains due to tension and occu-
pational fatigueease arthritis, rheumatism and high blood
pressure. Countless thousands have benefited from these
wonderful thermal baths Superb bathhouse right in hotel.
All sports available, including golf with club privi-
leges, game fishing, and water sports. Entertainment and social
dnersions.
Il'n'ie for Your
Color
Folder
n nit }o\
1 JL-. Color
HOTEL
and BATHS
r SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
f DOHOTMV DMfM
*-.rlr>aI Vou
. >'k%* Lwauuj
^\j Exciting new
*^"o decor in lobby.
}\ lounges and
dining room.
Created lor your
added pleasure and
relaxation by one of
America's joremost
decorators.
R. E. McEACHIN
General Manager
1WAL0RE
Private Pool
Beach and
Cabana Colony
HOTEL
At 34th ST., MIAMI HACK
Write
For
information
nd
Reservation*
JE 1-0331
A.r-Conditioned Roome
a Private Beach and Pool
a Parking on Premise*
Cocktail Lounge T
Dining Room
'a Entertainment
8
Daily
Per
Person
iqnorj
IN THE EXCITING WMTAINEBLEAU
AttSW
man. Nevertheless. Israel does not
plan a,return to the MAC, holding
it to be ineffective and mainly a
platform for propaganda.
On the second resolution, per-
taining to the killing of the Arab
farmer, Israeli sources said that
it has been established that the
murder uas the result of an inter-
family feud crossing the border.
Israeli police are trying to find
the murdcrerauend bring them to
justice.
O Air Conditioned
o Private Beach
a Pool
a Spacious Lobbies
a Qocktail Lounge
O Dining Room
O FREE PARKINO
ON PREMISES
ON THE OCEAN AT 42nd ST., MIAMI HACK
UNDER
INSURED?
Dance Instructor
Announced Here
Miss Ilene Grenber.< has rven
announced as the new instructor
in ballet and modern dance tor
children at both the Town and
Southwest Branches of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Miss Greenberg has studied with
such well-known dance figures as
Martha Graham and Charles Weid-
man in New York.
She conducts the classes at the
Town Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.,
every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.. and at
the Souihwest Branch. 1335 SW 67th
ave.. Thursday beginning at 2:30
p.m.
Children from the first through
sixth grades are eligible to enroll.
MAX M. f ELDMAN
Your Gulf Life
Representative
Ask him how ona Gulf Life
insurance policy with Adapt-A-
Plon can protect your home,
provide family Income, add
income to your retirement
fund, or help send your chil-
dren to college.
MAX M. FELDMAN
Bex 2701 Miami Beach
PHONE JE 8-0721 (Any Time)
LEGAL NOTICE
Investigations Unlimited \
DETECTIVE BUREAU <
a Civil. Criminal. Matrimonial
a Casualty Investigation
a Pre.Employment Investigation
a Repossessions
a Lie Detection
a Photography
a Two-Way Radio Cars
121 S. E. FIRST STREET J
Suite 1017 I-anafonl Building 4
PHONE FR 1-3111
COMING TO NEW YORK?
Stay et Ihli ester* 25-
story hotel. All roosss
outside eapotura. lorga,
beovtifally Ivralthee)
room with kittH-
ens'le. private
balk, frost SS.S0
doily. Two rooss
suites Iroe. $11.50
IPIClAl MONTHtf
Mini
lr-4i>lr>lM t
Hie,!.... ....Irtl.
^ou BEACON
roadway at 75ih St., New York
Our Wi.fre*. Ma|| Director
En grt v i n i C t m p t n y
commercial
social
steel hotel
DIE
calling cards
monogr*
invitatij
wedding announcement!
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
116 n.a. sixth street
m i am i 32, flo r ida
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S8C2480
IN RE:
PETITION FOR ADOPTION <>l":
HARLKNK I. ilKUSIIi >N
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY OERSHON Natural Par-
ent WHOSE PLACE OF RE8I-
I BNCE I HI HEREABOL'TM IS
UNKNOWN
YOI' ARE HBREBT NOTIFIED that
<>n the Nth da) dI March, IMS, a Pe-
tltton for Adoption has been filed bj
HE WE f: iti.aski to adopt
HARLENE I. OERSHON, a minor
child
YOV ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
be ami appear in the above si led
Comt on the fkth ill,> hi April, ISM
ana to than an>! tin-',, show oaose win
*-.i*i Petition for Adoption afaoutd not
be granted.
DATED l Miami. I...... County,
Florida, tins SAtn <1\ ..I Mm- i 1'..-
i: l: r.E\THFRMAN, Cl*
Circuit Coart, Hade County, I
li.v l. A Cl BARE
Ih-ihiiv Clerk.
x tSl >\ M. RANKER, Beq
Attorney for Plaintiff
-inn. i.umI Building
Miami. Mori.In
3 w, i i-ii-ia
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th" fictitious n:ira*- of
BISCAYNE TERRACE PI,ll!ST
AND FRC1T SHIPPER at Bist.iyne
Te race Hotel, 34n Biacsj/ne Blvd.,
Miami. Fla.. intends to register said
name until the Clark of the Circuit
I'ourt ol !>ade Tounty. Florida.
LOl'ISE SOIIKI,
3/28. 4/4-11-18
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
Ilo- undersigned, desiring to engage m
business uoder the fictitious name of
WATBRFRONTH ATI'S, in IT6-1MB
Calais i'i Miami Beach Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
Sole (IWIU-I.-
! l;.\M-KS HKIiDKI!
SAMCKI. HERDER
I '1-1I-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneea under the fictitious name of
BAM MALL.EN CO. (nol Inc.) at :,o
.No. Miami Ave., Miami, Ma.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I-aile County,
la.
MAX MAI.I.EN
QL MlYS i.asi:r
ami is BENJAMIN
Attorney for Apiillcants
7: i 'oral Way
- I 1-1!
NOTiCE UNOEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, deeirlna lo engage In
bueineaa undei the fid tlous name of
JESHL'P 8AI lOtS N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida
Intend to reciater said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Coart of Dade
County, Florida.
BAML'EI. REBNICK
PAU1 S WE NKR
ABRAHAM H. SHl'KAT
Attomaj for Applh
i^o Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fta.
S'21-2S. 4 '4-11
NOI.Cl UNOcK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'T'i'K 18 HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enKage in
bueineaa rnder tin- flctltlotta name of
MacEI.ROD AR80CIATE8 at IN Lin-
coln 'Road, Miami Beach. Mori la In-
tend to reclater saM name with the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court o; Dude
County, Florida
MacELROD ASSOCIATES
Bj ; Mac EIrod
ROBERT M. McOLOBKY
Attorney for MacEHrod Associates
'_" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
3'21-2'*, 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersignad, dealriag t<- engage in
business under the flcitloua name ol
i'xitki) i:i:vi:r.\(h-: service at
STJ N\V 2nd Ave., Miami, intends to
raglater aald name with the Cleik of
thi Circuit Court of I>a da.
S. '.- i -., ner
HARVEY TRUPKIN
LEON A ECSTIJ.N
Attorney for Aiipicmt
420 Lincoln Rd Miami Bench, Fla.
I 28, 1/4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 43025-A
In Re: ESTATE IF
LOUIS ETTLINOER
I lecea ied
To All Creditors and All Pomons Hav-
Ing Clali.is or Demands Against s.iiil
E-tate
Vuu. a li I eii'll of \oil. a:r h-r*-!>>
notified an! required to nreeent any
cbtlma and demands which you, or
either of you, may have aeainst the
estate of LOUIS BTTLINOER ceased late of I ide 'otintj 1 I
to the Honorable County Judge* of
Ii.ule County, and file the OS
fflces In the Coimt- I
In fade County. Florida, within
calendar montht from t ie date or the
rirai publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to ro1 tain the lees! ad-
dress of the claimant and to ha sworn
to and preeei tad as aforaaabl. or same
Wilt I'e 1,-1 i I .-.I
Date March 10. AH ISM
LILLIAN ETTIJVOrTR. As Exe-
cutrix or the tji't Will and Te ta-
ment Of LOUIS ETTI.INi ;ER. De-
c MsjstWdi
KOVNRR & MAWHPIMER
Attorneys for Lillian Ettiinger.
K\.....nrlx
3 14-21-W, 4'4
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the uni'erslsned. deslilng t-i enunee I"
business under the fl
\ \ \ AlTl | OLAa MIRRi >H CO
at I7SI B.W ""i Btreet, Miami, I
Ida, int.-nil to register aM name with
ik at th< i if lit Court ol Dsum
CounUr, li"
FtnNFY BI.UMBNFKI I' 50"!
HOWARD KAIL *N
p m LOT Bll v i:" a MUIJ OT
Attorneys for Applicants
l-l I -IN
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVFN that
.es!-lne i an
buslnem tin let- the f
v i \ i ri. ii \-"
xth Btn Mi I i i. Intend to
rculi Com i ol Dade County,
Florida-
^i"n i '.! UMENFEI l> 50
Hi\V MID KAPI.
I'AI l.uT Sll.\ ICLLOT
I
... 1 's
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-i ,-i |, i;i:i-;-s :i\ EN thnt
the undersigned, desi'lte to rnuage in
buxlnces undei tl
\ *.-1: 11 i i.
at 2T_.l f W. Sth
Ida, int. nd >
,.. r srk n i .. ..i lle.le
County, Fl
BIDNEY I'l I'M'-'.N '
HOW VRD K M- W
PAl I I.I.HY
: .'-. I l-li-18
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S8C2069
HARRY PIERCE,
Plalntllf,
Bl EANOR PIERCE,
l tefendant
SUIT FOR D VORCE
Tn ELEANOR PIERCE
I I'n.oii Btreet
Holllati ii Masaach el ta
v. i are I i eby not fie I thai a Bill
Comnutlnl for Divorce has baan
fiie,i agalnai you, ami vou are rosjulrad
. v> il jour Anawi
l'leaiiiiig to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff- Attorney, MELVIN
-ill \l- ER, 2J0 K.W. 2nd Avenue,
Miami, I'loriila, sn 1 file the orlginui
Answer or ('leading In the office ol
the Clark of the Circuit Court on or
.' the 18th nay of April. IMl> If
you tal* to do so, judgment by default
a ill be taken against you for the relief
demanded la the inn ol complaint
Tl is notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FMIRIDIAN.
lxNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13th da) of March, A.l).
ikes'.
E It. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk.
C i :.lt Court. Hade County. Florida
(seal) Bj JOAN BNEEDBN,
Deput) C.ci w.
MELVIN SCHAFKER
tot s \\\ L'n.i Avanus
Miami, Florida
\i' nej for Plalntllf
3 21-js. I ;-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26582 A
In If Bstati of
LILLIAN BCHACHTER
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is In ii i hal a a
i-i\,- fi ,.'l ous liniil Report and Pe-
tition .mil ln--
i rs o! the .-state ol
, ,
day of April, IStS, will
11,.ii,ii aie i ".ii i-
ol l 'ail,, i'.u.n.>. I-......ta, tor au
..: sal.i i Inal Reparl and for distribu-
tion and final dl i !xecuut s
ill. esiati ol no above named de-
cedent
Tins I 11 da] ol March,
MILTON a HACHTER
:; SYMONDH
BURNETT ROTH. I
FRANK CO leva
i;.i -\i ami Beach,
i i-n -t\
sjGUST BROS Rv/
is r;.. ni M '


14*
Friday. March M
m
HILARY 3UXBUX



Faith Spells Reconciliation of God With Scientific Reasoning
* _......-__ii n. hi- hrwakins a laver of arial?. which h v-.,..- _.
THE BIP.TH OF A PEOPLE Bf At. Mirchen Travis. 1*1
pp. Hew Yac4c Vtft*9t Pr*- $000.
LATVIA-BORN 1! MEcbeil Trans is a farratr. eattte-
maa. and ail au operates a 4400-artt (ami carved
oat of jatli land whtca borders the Colorado River. As
aa oil maa. ke studied geotoc oae thing led to
and he weat oa to stady pakaanalagy. astronomy.
aataropoiocT ad evaaatioa As at* maaj peapte. a
knowledge left hue very aa&appy: sneaee. ae foaad.
playing havoc with the abra-Onhadax bekets to
he had been bora Travis vreat oa to explore Egyptian
history aad Egyptology as aa effort to reconcile the Old
aad the concepts of scieac-:
3iiLTO\ WimtWMAM
The preset* book is the result. It is an interesting
reconstruction of the Exodus without the "illogical, super-
natant tales that abound'-without the miracles, in other
ords Travis feels that he has approximated the true
norj by cetabaiiag the obviously authentic fragments
of their historv.' deducing a second part from modern
scientific findings, and Idling m the rest with poetic
Lcease. (for which he asks the readers indulgence)
Thus there is no crossing of the Red Sea. and instead
of the Angel of Death passing over the houses of the chil-
dred of Israel Moses commands each family to smear
their door posts with the blood of a lamb in order to break
the ties between the children of Israel and the Egyptian
god Ammoo. abase sacecd animal was the ram. Moses
performed the -miracle"" of getting water from a stone
by breaking a layer of ahale. which he 'knew from
perienct" was obstructing the flow. As for mama k
quite unnecessary, the author says, since they had
of cattle, sheep and goats and grass and aatai
is
Some Sordid Facts on Andrija Artukovic
Washington
A "MADISON AVENUE" type of publicity campaign has
** begaa ia the daily press to pie*em deportattea of
Andrija Artaaamc. the Yugoslav wax cnaunal who mur-
dered maay Jews.
Yugoslavia for maay years has majbl extradition of
Artukov-ic. The Nan collaborator entered the United
States under a false name after World : II He was
then prominent oa the interaatioaal hsss of war criminals.
Tooay be lives in luxury ia Cahfamia
Artukovic claimed he was aa anu-Communist aad for
that reason should aot be deported to Yugoslavia. Appei-
laOc and District Courts of Los Angeles ruled in his favor.
But the IS Suprtm* Court countered the charges against
Artukovic so heinous that the case was re-opened on Jan.
20. The State Department bad urged that it be reconsid-
ered
US officials in Washington consulted OSS. files.
They knew Artukovic s true record. As head of police in
Croatian Nazi puppet state. Artukovic personally a
tablished 24 concentration camps. He personally ordered
and sup of thousands of Jews. Serbs and
G>pitl He masterminded and signed edicts on "special
IgSOJ designating Jews prevention of hiding Jewish
property nationalization of Jewish property the
legal establishmeru of concentration camps .. .
Nevertheless, such important IS. dailie- as the Los
Angeles Mirror New- ar.d Washington Daily News have
come to the defense of Artukovic. In a front page editorial
disguised as a news feature, the Mirror-News made a sen-
sational plea for Artukovic. The Mirror-New- sought to
discredit charges against him It stressed that "his strong-
est support comes from the Roman Catholic Church, of
which he is a lifelong member."
An Artukovic supporter, the Rev Father Robert Ross
of a California Catholic Church, alleged that "the numbers
of Jewish people in Croatia showed an increase beyond
normal figures between 1939 and 1946 indeed. Andrija
i Artukovic* aided many Jewish people to escape .
The truth is that Andrija Artukovic organized the mass
murder of Yugoslav Jewry' He was a known anti-Semite
years before Hitler took over Yugoslavia. One of Artu-
kovic's own followers later admitted: "Artukovic was fre-
quently prone to boasting how successfully be had solved
the Jewish question ... 'I take their property away first
thing. Artukovic said, 'then I have them killed. In this
way. inside a mere few months. I have solved the Jewish
question in the independent state of Croatia, not like the
Germans who procrastinated matters with the Jews for
years'."
SAIL ARSO\
Let's Get at the Really Fundamental Issues
United Nations
|T IS LESS "ban two years since Secretary General Dag
' Harr.marskjold undertook his famous, first "Peace
Mission to the Middle East. So many things have hap-
pened since the spring of 1956. when the Security Council
gave Hammarksjold a mandate to go there and do some-
thing, that some people are likely to forget the entire series
following the Council s masdate.
Now there are two Arab federations in the Middle
Fa-* Now a new chief of staff has been appointed for the
Nations Truce Supervision Organization. Now
is also a much stronger Israel, with confidence that
from the successful Sinai campaign. On the other
HAROLD *. RIBAIAPW
He Gets Top Award
yWHEN YOU ARE good, the honors keep coming your
" way. Adolph Schayes. the Jewish basketball star who
ll in the mid.-t or the end* of his best season in the pro
Kame. has recently been named the recipient of the Sam
Davit Memorial Award by the New York Metropolitan
Basketball Writers Assn. This means that according to
the hard boiled reporters. Adolph is the outstanding pro
player of the year. A year ago. Bob Cousy won this award.
On Mar. 16. Schayes the star of the Syracuse Nationals,
got the coveted award at the 25th anniversary dinner of
the association.
This is one of the greatest seasons in Dolph's career,
hitting for an average of about 25 points a game. He is
already the highest scorer in the history of professional
basketball.
Savitt
Dick Savitt. the sometimes tennis star, is again at
the top of the heap i- the amateur game. Dick won th-
men's singles indoor title a few weeks ago. beating Budge
Patty in the finale in four sets. In order to reach the
finals, however. Dick had to win from Kurt Nielsen of Den-
mark, the defender, and one of the finest indoor players
in the world. Savitt s murderous fire, his accuracy arid
his tremendous power, ripped the Dane apart on the court
Nielaea did not have the equipment to face up to Savitt
who. when he is at his best, is probably the best amateur
in the world.
Incidentally. Budge Patty reached the finals when he
whipped Julius Holdman, one of the few Jewish net start
Of two decades ago. Heldman. in what has been retire-
ment, really, emerged long enough to win in this tourna-
ment from Barry MaeKay. the new American star. But
Heldman could not keep his form for more than a day,
aad Patty bad little trouble with him.
On the other hand, Patty could not-cope with Savitt
in the finals.

hand, there is now a greater amount of Soviet interference
in the entire a
If the United Nations still remembers its responsibil-
ity for Israel and this correspondent is of the firm belief
that the UN as a wh .!_. and Hammarskjold in particular,
do remember that responsibilitythen is it not time for
the Secretary General to delve deeply again into the funda-
mental issues affecting the entire Middle El
The most important of the fundamental issues involved
i- the claim on the part of the Arab states that they have
a "right" of we. The facts are exactly the op-
posite. There is no such riyht. But Nasser insists on it.
King Saud claims that right" in connection with Ida con-
tention that Israel ia violating something or other by ex-
ercising its undoubted right to freedom of passage through
the Straits of Tiran and the Gulf of Aqaba.
Who i- going to untangle that skein of Middle East
tension., if not Dag Hammar-kjold? The United Stab
not dom;; the job. The United States still fears the possi-
bility of giving offense to any and all of the Arab slate-.
The United States has kept Jordan alive for more than a
year now. but dares not take any positive action regarding
.Jordan when it comes to any issue affecting Israel. The
United States as the broker for the Baghdad Pact, and as
the supplier of arms to Iraq, could certainly exercise pro-
found influence on Iraq. But. if it is doing so as far as
Israel il concerned, the steps are not evident to the
naked eye.
Iraq has now returned to office a "new" Premier,
Nun e-Saidthe infamous Nuri Pasha, arch-enemy of
land, arch-plotter against Israel When you recall the
fact that it was Nun l'a-ha who tried so hardand failed
to get the recent Baghdad Pact Council meeting to adopt
a resolution calling for Israel- return to the borders fixed
by the 1947 Partition Plan, the view of his prime aim u
clear.
herdt
they did not have grass and water, "what did'the^ml
eat. manna?" And so forth. "**
It is an interesting account, the way a Midrash is in
teresting. but without the echo and reverberation of j>
sight of a Midrash. Travis has indeed recreated tfc
origins of the Jewish people without resorting to miracli
in so doing, he thinks, he has strengthened belief. To i
mind, however, be has weakened belief. Is not faith 1
very essence of a religion? What is religion, in fact
a faith in' something ever beyond our ken? Mor
Trav is seems to have overlooked some of the more imp
tant miracles. What of the miracle of a man like Mo_
\v hat of the Ten Commandments? What of a people's (
ceptance of them, and of the tremendous, mind-consu
concept of one God? What of a people struck dowtn
left for dead on every byway of every century in Eu _r
^nd >till they survive? Is this not as great a miracle^
anv"
But there is yet another problem. If the author I
that science and Old Testament miracles do not mix. I
can he reconcile science and God? There never has I
a scientific proof of God, nor a scientific disproof,
ably there never will be. God, it seems to me. is the I
thing one takes on faith. And since there is a belief|
God. all other belief is possible.
Noaat of this, of course, makes the book less inti
ing. or less readable. It is Very much of both Therej
an excellent chapter on Paul and his "new religion' all
end. But it would be a severe indictment of Jews if I
explanation like Travis' were necessary for them uj
more comfortable with their Judaism.
EUAIIIr SALPETBR
Strong African Ties
Jer
ISRAEL'S FOREIGN MINISTER, Mrs- Golda Meir.i
on a tour of West Africa. Her visit is described I
"goodwill tour," meaning that its purpose is not t i
specific problem* or sign treaties or agreements,
consolidate old friendships and create new ones.
Strengthening her ties with Africa, like fortifying
friendship with Far Eastern countries, is of vital
tance for Israel. It is perhaps no coincidence, that)
Mrs. Heir is touring Liberia. Ghana, Nigeria.
Coast and Senegal, Israel's Minister of Commerce i
dustry Pinhas Saphir is visiting Thailand. Burma, J^
I the Philippines.
Israel is surrounded by hostile Arab countries.)
not only refuse to recognize her right to existence!
engage in economic boycott and blockade, but alat
making an unholy effort to involve the recently
dent Afro-As.an countries in their fight against tbi
State labeling in rare existence "imperialism in ad
For Israel, improving relations with African and
countries serves a very important two fold purpose:
First, by establishing ties of friendship and comi
with those far away nations. Israel is leaping over the'
of Arab hostility and successfully foiling Arab eflatij
Israels political and economic isolation Second,
proferring technical assistance to several of the
tlev eloped African and Asian countries and demonstrti
the benefits of economic cooperation to those and othl
Israel is disproving Arab talk about Israel as a "tafj
imperialism "
Some of the newly-independent nations are very I
sitive al>out accepting large-scale aid from the great P
ers. whom they suspect of political motives that nujj
volve them in the East-West struggle. Accepting ^
asce. on a smaller scale, from a small nation like r
excludes such suspicions.
Israel's ties with some of the Southeast AsianM
tries are of several years standing. In fact. IsraeM
the first to provide technical assistance to Burma,
in West African Ghana. Israel is repeating this on I'
scale, with the benefit of experience gained elsewhere
Ml first African stop was m Munroui.
capital of Liberia, second oldest independent country*^
African continent, the initiative for the establishing
which came from the brother of George W?shinet Liberia was among the nations who voted in in
ted Nations in 1947 for the division of Palestine in"
pendent Jewish and Arab states. Until recently. Is"
represented in Monrovia by S. Simonovitz, an out.*
Jewish businessman in Monrovia,
BORIS S3IOLAll
Nathan Leopold's Bid to Outwit the World
J^ NEW BOOK on the famous Loeb Leopold trial-which
attracted worldwide attention-has just made Itl in.
peara mMm this time is one of ,!. "o centS
figures to the trial-Nathan Leopold, who has jusVrc ", y
pardoned after sending near.y 34 years ,n ,h, pen*
1 remember Leopold from the davs of his trial when
I was one of the 24 j rnalists HOeeted l.v the court tS
*ermancnt seats ,n the courtroom There'were | lcra| v
hundreds of n, .,. from Wjjg
Vdfrom man. countries, wl,,, sought .dnSss.on'
^fcmirtroom for at least one M.....,
">|* speak of ma: atrists social
i .tudenu of human behavior who wanted Jo
get a glimpse of the two young criminals. 'Richa ^
and Nathan Leopold, and of their brilliant den ,
ence Darrovv. The thrill killing of jroaM B)^ from pi
I-ocb and Leopoldtwo sophisticated voll"*s T, )Uvei
homescame as a shock to society in 1924. ^^
deuiM ueocy was still a "novelty" in the "**" Lcofi
In his book, entitled "Life Plus 99 Ye*n"|l50(
throws much light on this repulsive event. ^
the doors of prisons for the public to take a t"
what goes on in them. Written in the Hlino
itcntiary. the book proves that crime
not P';v'
me oook proves inai c)lj
when one thmks-as youthful Loeb and Leoi1
he is able to outwit the world, if he chooses-


March 28. 1958
+Jcwl9ti fkyrtiian
15-A
LtOAL MOTIC*
|(iflOB
NOTICE UNDER
riTlOUS NAMI LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
,,,.,I. deslilng to engage in
u.l.'. Hi>' fictitious name of
I H U.ES *l 7H W.K. 167th
ffiSVtan.l Beach. Florida In.
,., register said name with the
'j ,l. Circuit Court oi Unut
Florida
K,,le owner
1AVID MacDONNA
,s,,v .> S.'HI'LMAN
n for Albert M. Caplan
"'4 4-11 __________
fat, NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N(n II ,. in ,,..l;,..,i, U1VBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARCADIA REALTY at I1I7A N.E.
IMrd Bl., North Miami Reach. Dude
County Intends to register aulrt name
wlthtllc Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Hole ItWDtT
.7-14-2I-2*'''" i'"wl':'N',1A'">T
ITM
;n1,rE BV PUBLICATION
N0E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^.nUD;Cn'oAL fCoRrCUoTaSI
co--No.INMc^NCERV-
lEMt-RH-: FRTW \vi:ii:ki-.
'.i.niiff.
,i \n:ii!ln,,J
"Tu'lT FOR DIVORCE
|t>wii> M weibel
Iikj i:..M Court Street
joytestown, l'*"n,8>''v"n.,*1 ,,.
,rf hereby notified that a Bill
fcmpUlnl for Divorce WMM
Kgalnal you, and you are re.|iili-
, COPJ "f rUf Answer ...
,,. bi'I of romplataton
[ ..l.ii.t iff Attorney. .HWKI H
\ Industrial .National Hank
VlV., Miami St, Florida and file
tklnal Answer or 1'leiidlng In the
the Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 2Kth day <>f
if miu full to do so, Judg-
\ .I,fault will I* taken against
the relief demanded In the Bill
re AND ORDERED at Miami.
i. '.his 'i'th day of March, A.D.
K LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
hi i i..ml l'ade County, Florida
Uy: N a. HEWETT,
l i.puty Clerk.
fll I'ARDO
,1 Nailonal Bank Bldg.
12 .'..rida.
.4-11-18 _________^^_^__
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i-l-: IS HliRKHY cilVKS that
I.: ~icfi.-'l. desiring to engage In
. under the fictitious name of
\l VRHARBT CO. (not Incoi-
ll t lb.; Meridian Aveaue, Ml-
rh, Fla., Intends to register
line will, the Clerk of the Cir-
iuil of I>de County, Florida.
SAMI'KL EHRENaVWEICl
l.\. il |- ,v WALL
>\- f..r A|i|illcant
I 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
__ FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NDTICK I.M HF7REKY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JA1 MAR HOTEL at IMS James Ave.,
Miami Beach. Fla.. intend to register
aid name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Sole Owners
LEGAL NOTICE
IIYHUN RKTZKY
JPlilTH S, RETZ
OEOROE .. ALROPM
Attorney for Applicants
60r. Lincoln Road
3/7-14-21-28
RKTZKY
4N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. S8C40S1
MICHAEL J. GALLAGHER.
Plaintiff,
KLIZABFJTH K. GALLAGHER,
I efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VC.J-. ELIZABETH K. UA LI.Ai III-
KR. 201)09 Sheridan Street, Went Hy-
aiiavllle. Maryland, are required to
fill your answer to the complaint of
divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen. Attorney, 1.105 Con- .
arena Building. Miami. Florida, -n or 13
before April Id. 19:*, <,r rise complaint I
will he taken as confessed f
Dated this 12th day of March, ID.'.H.
E. B. LKATHERMA.N, Clerk
Ueal) of the Circuit Court
By L. A. CLEARS,
s/i-2i:. 4/4......U*BU,y 0,w,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noti'-f: is hkhei-.v civf:n that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
iSrd stref:t SHOPPING rBNTER,
at 1421 N.E. 163rd Street. Dade Coun-
ty, F'lorlila. and Intends to register
aald naine with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Hade Cnuntv. Florida
FOOD F'AIK PROPERTIES, INC
a Delaware cor|K>ratlon author-
ised to do business In the Btate
of Florida.
DATED at Miami Renohr Florida,
this 3rd day of March. IsiS.
3/21-28,4/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:RF:BY C.IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaii under the fictitious name of
PIONEER HOUBE at 1746 Meridian
A venae, Miami Beach. Florida Intend"
to register aald name with the Clerk
of tlie Circuit Court of Dade Countv
I-l.,. Ida.
LEONARD ilIJCKMAN
MEYER, WICISS. R0HF:N A ROBF2
Attorneys for l-eonard Gllckman
4H7 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
i'i; is hi.-.|'.f:by GIVKN that
: deal, ng to engage in
inder the flctltloui name ..f
AMERICAN TRADTNO BtJ-
: .27 Adventure Ave Tr.-as-
ind, Miami li.-.u u, Fla., in-
1 j Mam.. \\ il h
Hie Circuit Court of Dad*
Florida,
.i n SCHWARTZ
[n .1 kim:i.icii
Applli ant
1~- M -1 v
gOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
liK IS III.KKI'.Y GIVEN that
|i ng uxe in
under the fictitious name of
CASTI.K al 10441 I'.i
II.inn Intend to reglsteT snid
hvitli the Cli i l> of the Circuit
Pf Dole County, Florida.
VI. CASTLE SYSTEMS, INC.
,v I1ITTBL
,' for
astle SvM.-ms. Inc.
\ I ink llldg.
I I
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
f|ii: IS HBKFJBY GIVEN that
klerslgned, dealrtaa to eiutage In
. undei the flctltioua name of
WTo TRIM Slli >l' al IS4I
|:i..th Street, Miami. Florida In-
n reglater said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
, Kli.i d
JOSEPH A I.K.i iSNoF-F
245 8.W. 14th Terrace
ml, Florida
Jr.T GOLDEN
for Joseph A. Leoenoff
l-.'i -2S
NOTICE OF AFFPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52108
NOTICF; IS IIKHEBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel. holder aa aa-
slgnee of City of Miami Tag Bale Cei
tiflca.i-s numbered S030 and 3031, dated
the Sth day of June. A.D. 1944, has
filed aald certlflcatea In my o.'flce, and
haa made application for tax deed to
thereon In accordance with law.
Said certificates embrace the following
described property, situated In Dade
County, Stale of Florida, to-wit:
Lot IS, Block S Northern Boulevard
Ti hi, Plal Hook 2. Cage t. In the
Citv of Miami. County of Dade,
State of Florida, aa embraced In
c.iiifiiaie No. USA The aaaaaa-
mint of said property under the
aald certificate -I was In the
wiiiie of UakaoaMa,
Ixit 14. Block "i, Northern Poiilevard
Tract, Plat Hook 2. Page 29. In the
City of Maul, County of Dade.
State of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate N... SOIL The
niim of aald property under the
sit Id certificate iasaed waa In the
name of Pnanowii.
Pules* aald certlflcatea ahall be re-
deem, d according to law, tax deed will
iaaue thereon on the 9th day of April,
Dated thia 4th day of March, A.D.
18M
It I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. F'orlda
(aeal) By R. M. I>EEPER.
Deputy Clerk
S/7-14-21-2S. 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLOR.
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 207843
CARL*!. ASIHRY and EMMA DBS
ASP.l KY. his wife,
Plaintiffs.
va.
ELECTRO ci .NSTRPCTION CO.,
INC.. a dissolved Florida corpor-
ation, et ala
Defendanta.
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
TO; ELECTRO ci INSTRUCTION
DO., INC., a dissolved Florida corpor-
ation, and the last named dlrectora aa
llo.ud of Trustees, to-wit GEORGE
F:. BRADFt.KD. I M. MATTE80N
and S. F*. JACKSON, and the unknown
assigns, successors In Interest, trua-
teea, or any other party claiming by,
through, under or against any named
corporation or legal entity; all unkown
parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or Interest In and to the
property involved in thia auit, to-wit:
Lots 2 and 2. Block 5, OLYMPIC
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 10,
Page 2. of the Public Record* of Dade
County, Florida
TOO AND BACH OP YOI\ are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your aiMWOI in pleading to the amend-
d complaint In the above described
cause, on the attorneys for the Plain-
tiffs. BERNSTEIN A.- Mil.I.Kit. Con-
greaa Building, Miami. Florida, and
to file the original answer or pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 14th day
of April. 1!>.'iV and If you and earh of
you fall so to do, the said amended
complaint will be taken as confessed
by you. Tin- amended complaint filed
h-reiii is for the purpose of quieting
the title to the above dencilbed prop-
erty.
YVITNKSS my hand and aeal of thia
Court on the lltli day of March, IMA
I." P LEATHER MAN, Clerk
(seal) of the Circuit Court
By: JOAN BNBEDBN,
Deputy Clerk.
3/14-21-2S. 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. &SC1S4M
WM. L. HBI.M.-',
Ilalntirf.
vs.
MAYO LOUISE H FILMS,
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU, MAYO IXM'IKE HELMS: 17S0
Mulberry Drive. Reno, Nevada, are
hereby notified that a complaint for
divorce has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your anawer to the Complaint on
plalntlff'a attorney. Claude M. Barnes,
34)2 Calumet Hldg.. Miami. Fla.. on or
efore the 15th day of April. 1*58, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of thia Court. If you fall to do
so Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief nought.
Dated thia 7th day of March, 19S8.
..... E. B. LBATMfORMAN. clerk
(eal) of the Circuit Court
By: JOAN HNKEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
3/14-21-28, 4/4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Bollcrts four lawjcd atnaaaa
W* apprclat* your
patronaga find
aCCHTQtA 8#t ViC#
HnmR 4-436A
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE I
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 88C1702
EARTHY T. BENNETT, ,
Plaintiff,
SARAH C. BENNETT.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH C. BENNETT
c/o Sam Hart
Angler, North Carolina
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Anawer or
leading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, POIA.ACK A
YOUNG, 22(1 Miracle Mile, Coral
Gablea, Florida, and file the original
Anawer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 4th day of April. IP'.s If you fail
to do ao, Judgement by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of March, A.D.
1968,
E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, F'orida
(aeal) By L. A. CLEARS,
Deputy Clerk
3/7-11-21-2S
iTerm of the Children's Court of
ICounty of Onondaga, held at the
Vty Court Houss Tn the City of
(cuae. New York, on the 24th day
bruary, 1858.
fit: HON. LEO J YEHLE, Judge
I III'. MATTER OF' THE
ADOPTION
of
1.L0V1S EDWARD PECK
ifant under 14 years of ace
eading and filing the petition
S'NETH W WRIGHT AND
WlllUHT duly verified on the
y of February, W>%, applying
adoption of LOIIS I'.DWARD
and upon the affidavit of
, MARION SMITH VKTK and
1-PH H HI'TTAR duly executed
?'Vnuwledged on the 24th day of
ry. ins. whereby It appear*
I"" I"......ni whereabouts of the
[ROBEHT WALTER PECK, pre-
l"v* lather of aald Infant are
Eg: li la hereby
~'KRK|i. that ROBERT WAITER
"now cause before me. on the
"-*> of April, mg, at 2 o'clock 1n
Puiernimn. or a* soon thereafter
(unael ran be heard, why an order
not he granted approving the
' and It la hereby further
" -"I-l'. that service of a copv
Iti.^'1'/ be made upon ROBERT
KKTt PECK either personally, at
wenty days prior to the return
nerenr. r hv puhllcatlona thereof
on once H W(,pk for ,, a^eceaalve
J, newspapers published In
" of Dade. Htate of Florida.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42884-B
"",,:i-cn^rA'"...CIITENSTETTER,
I !* 4'fHH4M|,
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Kald
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of LUCIUS A. LICHTENSTK -
ti:i: deoeased late of Dade <"'"",
Florida, lo the County Judge* of Dade
Coimtv. and file the same In their of-
iii the County Courthouse in
I hule County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date or tne
first publication hereof, or the same
W"' I.E.. ACKBRMAN, Co-Esecutors
of the F>tate of Lucile A. Lich-
tenstetler, Deceased
MYF:RS, HUMAN KAPLAN.
Attomevs. Eleven Fifty Bld..
11S0 B.W. 1st 8tr*et
Miami, Florida.
3/7-14-21-28__________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bnntness under the fictitious name of
PALLOT'8 FURNITURE oPTLET at
3410 North West 3tli Street, Miami.
Florida Intends to rnglster said name
with the ci. rk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County, Florida.
MIV.MI FTRNITI'IIE OUTLET, Inc.
3/14-21-21 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ennage In
huslnoss under the fictitious name of
JEFFCO PRINTING Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN K. HILL
j/it-?? 4 '4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 43071-A
In RE: Estate of
Til.l.IE BACH,
DsasaaseV.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaln-t Said
Instate:
You are hereby notified and required
t,, present aiiv il.ilm- .i"d demands
which YOU may have against Hi.
late of'TIM.IE BACH, deceased late
of l>ade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade C.nin'v. and HIS
the same In their office* m the 4'min-
i. Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar
from the date of the first p
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 58C1870
VAI'iiHN RICHARDSON, and
CATHERINE CARDEN RICHARD-
S' i\" slo known as CATHERINE L.
CARDF7N. hi* wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
KATHEKINE DuPI'lS, a widow.
McBRIDEH INC., a Florida corpor-
ation. It's successors and assigns;
Ji i.SEI'll A. McllIHDE and
Id BRIDE, his wife.
ROBERT I'RICHO and ELLEN
PR1CHO, hla wife
c.Eol'.OE I'RICHO and LII-LIAN
I'RICHO, his wife, their heirs and
assigns, executors and administrator*.
and all persons having or claiming any
Interest by, through or under the
above named Defendants. If alive, and
If dead, the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees or grantees of the same, hav-
ing or claiming any Interest In follow-
ing lands:
Lot Block 14 of MIAMI PARK.
SECTION TWO. according to the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book
46 at page 23 of the Public Records
of lh.de County, Florida,
Defendants,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOi AKr. iIERFIBV NOTIFIED that
a proceeding to Quiet Title has been
brought In the Circuit Court of the
llth Judicial Circuit of Florida: In and
for Dade County, against all persons
claiming any Ksiate. right, title or In-
inteiest in or lien upon, the following
described real property situated In
liail. County, Florida, to-wit:
l.ot li. Block 14 of MIAMI PARK.
Si:.' I'll iN TWO, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook
4H at isige ::'. of the Publk- Records
of Dade County, Florida,
and you are hereby required t-> file
with the Clerk/if said Court your An-
swer or other rieadin.'H anil to furnish
a copy to George N MacDonell, Plain-
tiffs Attorney. IMI-14-U Lingford
iiiiilding. Miami, Florida on oi bel
the 14th :\.i\ of April, life*, to the Com-
plaint, settlnK ill' the Estate, right.
title or Interest In or Hen upon the
ai-..\e aaaerthed property claimed by
Mm. Otherwise, judgment by default
may lie entered against you.
PATtTD at Miami. Dade County,
Florida this the llth day of March,
E. P.. I.EATHERMAN, Clark
of the aboi a! led < *ourt
By L. A CLEARS,
Deputy CUrk.
3/14-21-28. 4/4
ill.h. all..11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .....................
the undersigned, desiring to engage In [hereof, or the same w|,l: he 'erred.
business under the fictitious name of I NAOMI bach ihiei.ma.n,
JEWELERS MESSKNi'.KR SERVICE
at 7M Dade-Commonwealth Building,
Miami. Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ALBERT SOLO
I.KW1SON A FRF7F7II
Attorney* for Applicant
406 Industrial Bank Building
S/14-21-2S. 4/4 ______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that
Lountv
4t-.'" F|v* notice to ald
'"' WAITER PF:CK and by de-
* OP" hereof in the post
iK '.'"'""' N>w York, on or
."" day f the first puhllca-
r rtir.T!IP*,,v '^****' 4Mt-Pald
n rZlii.*"'11 Persons, at the last
Iv.i..""""We a-t^r^s, *i .sssh, re-
ii, ,'h "' 'east forty-two days
?Ither r'w'"'" ^,"*' hereof; and
'ililie.ii service personally or
< Is. !!" "ud '"ailing as hi
.if iki '"""' '"
Jud. '-"" YEHLE.
T" of the Children's
nty of Onoaiags. N.Y.
ra-. 4/4-u
siriTire BV PUBLICATION
IN T^'efRCUT^COURT OF THE
^l^iedna.nud:cn,5l ?6\cvz>.ol
Bounty, ^chanc^ry.
emma roberta reed,
Plaintiff,
SYLVESTER RaTsaO,
^"SuIt FOR DIVORCE
TO: sylvf:stf:r reed
Residence Pnknown
You SYI.Vl":STi:il REED are here-
,i i ,k.i Rill of Complaint
afcSTt STurt on ,;r before the 7,h day
5ud. ^ AST 08 be
IgaTn*. you for the relief demanded In
,hiViNK'0ANV;^'!R;^(i:...Muvni.
Fl..,l... this 4th day of March. A.D.
,.; ,., ,.| :v Til Kit MAN. Cleric
rln .mi Court.
(-.all li I. A III' ''}'
"n" .....lit v C
GOLDMAN c.oi.PSTEl.N
vs at l*w
S*S W. Fhs-ler Rt Miami. Fla.
Attornevs for Plaintiff
J/7-14-.1-M
to register *ald
the Circuit Court
Florida.
H/21. 4/4-11-18
of Dade County.
FRED pTONB
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI'RKPY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sir Herbert Motel: Sir Herbert Motel
* Apartments: Sir Herbert Allot-
ments Sir Herbert Hotel: Sir Herbert
Apartment Motel at 1I0 71st Street,
Miami Beach. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said nauw with the < lark of the
Circuit Court of Made County. Florida.
MKJ. INC., a Florida Corisjratlon
IRVrNE C. SPEAR
Attorney for Applicant
4!0 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. V\a.
1/18. 4/4-11-1B ^^__^___
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 207187
HERMAN COHEN.
Plaintiff.
BERNARD M SHOTKIN. and
HOAKP OF TRADE, a Florida
corporation.
Notice 'by rublication
TO ALL psrtles claiming Interest
by. through, under, or against the de-
fendants herein, and to all pa ties
having or claiming to have snv right,
title and Interest In the profMrty here-
Insfter described, "'-;" p.RK
I.,,t (i. \ of LAHltF.Nt r. *>*
\ \IENI>F*I>, as rei'orded In 1
Book 7. Page 14", of the Public
Records of Dade Con ntv Florida
YOT. RERNARI. M SII..TKIN and
BOARI' OF TRADE, INC.. a Florida
i Hon. all whns- re-ldence* are
unknown, are required to f e your an
swer to the creditors bill with th*
Clerk of the above Court and **rve 8
oowy ther.f upon Henii.li '"hen. At-
Congress Building -Miami
or or before \nrll IRth,
I.Ill will be taken
as confessed.
I March in. 10"K
J Q LEATHERMAN, C'erk
(seal) "f ''"' Circuit i
' llv JOAN SNBEDEN. DC
1/14-21-18, 4/4
SIDNEY ErRONSON
2lfi Shoreland Bldg., Miami, I'll.
I IN4sV 4'4-Il
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 7ME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. atCtfetg
EMMA BOGGS,
Ptalntlff.
AI.EXANIHOR BOGGS.
pefenAan*
TO: AlaBXANDEJt boGGS
llfl-:^ 14Stli Slr.H-1
Jamaica. l/>nt Island. .New York
YOP ARE HEREBY aotlflod that a
Complaint for Divorce has I.....n filed
against you, and you r. .|iilred lo
serve I copv of irouT Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
aUotnev. MORTON M. BSUl^. M*
Blscsvne liuildlag. Miami 32, Fl.s-Ma.
and file the nrlslnal Answer or PMad-
Ing tti the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the mth
day of April. 19-.B. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Cosm.lalnl.
IsiNE AND ORDF7RICD at Miami,
Florida &*&&&&rJK.
arc^.Cou^ Da.,e^untA..KI;;;,.U.
'"*" Deputy Clerk.
BKrC.EL A TEITn.MAN
Mtorneys for Plaintiff
904 Hls.-a.vae Hulklmg
Miami U, Florida
:x, 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the llllilersiltlieil, ile-iiitu; 10 eiiu.lge In
business under the flctltitons nan
c.XI-'oRU AITS, and o X F" O R D
APARTMENTS at 770 and 7M East
Uav Harbor Drive. Hay Harbor Is-
lands. Miami Beach, F'fci.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
roast Court of Dade County,
''"""la JOSEPH NEWMAN
kovnf:r a mannheimer
Attorneys for Joseph Newman
S/14-21-2H. 4/4
ara
Corn-
filed
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NASJIE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SONYA'8 l.APIES WMR Intend to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F'0^l,," SONYA LIEBERMAN
.loE LIEBERMAN
J. MAPRICE FTNKEI,
Attorney for Sony a Lleberman
/21-2S. 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SsC 1*32
HELEN WINELAND,
Plaintiff.
HOLI-lsV WINKIANn.
Defendant ____ '
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IIOLI.IS F'. WINELAND
C12 Brookwood Kriye
Baltimore Is, Mai viand
Tou Hoi.I.IS F, WINELAND
h.-rebv notified that a Bill of
plaint for Dtvaroa has be- n
against you. and you are required to
serve a copv of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of t>,ianlaint on the
plaintiffs Attorneys, WEIN8TKIN,
WhllNBTnuN WFMNSTFIIN. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Floii.la and
file ibe original Answer or I leading
In the office of the < "le-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the llth day
of April. lf.S. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
asalast you for the relief demanded In
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ones
each week for feair consecutive weeka
la THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIA:-. ,
DONE AND ORDKREH at Miami,
Florida, thia 10th day of March, A.U.
,958' E R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dude County Florida
(aeal) By R. H. RICE JR .
Deputy Cleric
Welnsteln. Welnsteln A WelnMeln
420 Lincoln RiL Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorneys for Plaintlfl
S/I4-21-2K. 4'4
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATiOX OUTFITS
LowMt Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN al
F It 1- 4366


16-A



Presentaton of award to CoL Sidney Palmer lor rendering meri-
torious service to building fund campaign of Zamora Jewish
Center. Making presentation of giant gold key is spiritual
leader Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz (left; as campaign chairman Ger-
ald Yanks looks on.___________
Moroccan Minister Visits ORT Schools
CASABLANCA occan Minister of Labor Abdalah
Ibrahim bas made a comprehen
sive visit to the ORT trade school
e'work in Casablanca. He was
accompanied by Cabinet officials
and representatives of the Inter-
actional Labor Office, a United
Nations agency.
The Minister inspected the
workshops of the Ain-Sebaa ORT
school for boys which teaches
such key trades as electricity in-
stallation, plumbing, mechanics,
carpentry, radio-constnictioo and
repair, automobile mechanics and
welding. The school has 600 stu-
dent-boarders and is the most out-
standing school in the city.
The visitors then proceeded
downtown to examine the accel-
erated short-torm courses for
adults whrt considerable suc-
cess has boon achieved in trans-
forming men without skills into
expert technicians and special-
ized workers.
The culmination point of the
tour was at the ORT school for
deaf mute children. The Minister
: and his entourage were visibiy
moved by the spectacle of ywing
children being taught to speak
, and to hear with the aid of elec-
i tronic equipment. They are also
taught trades.
Jules Senouf. president of ORT
Morocco, who accompanied the
. party, outlined the activities of the
five ORT schools in Morocco. Min-
I ister Ibrahim said there was no
| doubt that this "great work is
i done with a tremendous conscious-
I ness of resnnncthilitv "
Dartmouth Presents
Two Miami Youths
Senior Fellowships
Two Miami area Dartmouth Cor
lege juniors have been awarded
senior fellowships by the college,
and will pursue programs of inde-
pendent (tatty starting in the fall.
The two are George Lefcoe of
V;ami. and Burton Herman. Mi-
ami Beach.
Lefcoe. who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Lefcoe. 2120 SW
oj^j ii_t j a graduate of Miami
"Senior High School His project
will be a study of The Relation-
ship of Certain Historical \>ews of
Human Nature. Particularly Those
of Machiavelh and of Hoboes, to
Political Ideals and to Modern
Psychological Doctrine."
Herman, a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, is the son of
Mr. end Mrs. S. A. Herman, 3171
Sheridan ave. His project con-
cerns 'The Kabbalah and Spin-
oza's Philosophy as a Basis for
an Idea of Universal History."
As senior fellows, the two men
will be excused from all classes to
pursue independent study on the
topics they have chosen, although
they will work closely with faculty
advisors. Dartmouth's president.
John Sloan Dickey, appointed nine
men to the fellowship positions.
Lefcoe is president of his class
ana is former president of AZA.
A philosophy major, Herman has
been a member of the freshman
tennis squad. Both men are mem-
bers of the Jewish Life Council.
Friday. Moreh
GORDON
FUNERAL HOME
$
Jewitfc featrol loaw
Hadussa/i Book Review
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sab will hear a book review Mon-
day. Apr 7. 1:15 p.m., at the Al-
giers hotel. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
will review "Kalometa 95." by
Herbert Russcol and Margaret
Banai. Mrs. M. Golden is coordin-
ate-
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 SW. 12th Ave. Miami
HAMTT fMMMN, rVedoeot
MX COWOM, feeereJ Director
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers"
Servief the Jewhw ClMialfy fiat* 1M*
amd laOmjMBI
_______at lowtsT ntxa
MONUMENT f mmumii
BUILDERS
catumo
fxaus/mr
ro th jfmsfl
OJfNTEU
AVI MAKBI
UOSTONB
M01ST0*B
Omry $35*
Why Pay More? Bay for Loss ol Mam's and SntJ
l> Oer Owe Sheas Wifafe 1 tanl
'a peace that passeth all tmderstanding"

A setting of serene beauty designed to offef
supreme inspiration and peace of mind to all who
visit this is beautiful Mount Nebo. The utmost
care is taken to maintain this loveliness always,
for at Mount Nebo independent and irrevocable
care trust funds are set aside for this express pur-
pose as a proper consideration to the individual
and to the community.
So many Jewish families in Miami have found it
wise to provide for a family burial estate at Mount
Nebo before the time of actual need ... a time of
grief, bereavement, and confusion. Perhaps you.
too. will find this arrangement assuring for you
and your family to make the decision of a
memorial estate now, while it can still be a family
decision. We shall be happy to send you detailed
information .. and, at your convenience, to show
you through the grounds of Mount Nebo
Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish
Cemetery.
Mlaatl'M Mat* Beaatif.l Kxefaatvelv Jewiak Cesaetery
S30S Nertaraeat 3rd. Screes *
SIND THIS COOfON TODAY fOf COMFUTf Oil Alii
t nvi-i CeetMary
SSeS .v.i ih. -i ira nine!
jtuiiH rktrka
(*** s..,, ,,, n., ,. ,,....,,.; Bn(J ADD!
' I LI. IXiMMI l ..,,.- ,,n r-,||y
' "' '-'.....' M-.uni \. I-. CITT
I
ION**----^J


...SOCIALITE
Wedding tolls Ring out the bold .
Ring in the two: for Mi* Pritcilla Roaenfeld and
Morten Perry .
The brideaalect is associate director of the
Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Fiance
Mort is an attorney here .
Making the announcement of the couple's
rims are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roaenfeld, 4634
1d ,, He's the son of Mrs. Joseph Rabinowitz, 2373 SW
h ter and the late Aaron Parry, of Cleveland .
I The'l o m ceremony is scheduled at the horn* of R.bbi Mar-
L Raiwon in H. Ln*irtk since'the rabbi's- daughter and
ttty Pris are old school chants .
After their honeymoon, the couple will be at home in Coral
** ,..
Birth Daze It was a first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. J. Z.
,,' ", 1838 Bay rd. Named Nathan Mosho, he arrived in
KI. daughter and son-in-law Sarah and SMomo Bianco
the joyous parents ... ... w ,
Mr Stadlan took time off from her duties as a member of
Hebrew Academy faculty to pop up to Chicago in Ume for the
Godparents were Or. and Mrs. Em.nuel M. Stadlan, who
in from Pittsburgh for their nephew's ceremony Mr- and
j.Mph Priedm.n and their daughter Ch.rkn. entertained
family members at a dinner ...
The happy occasion then turned into a real family reunion
LivesyFrWm.n., Stadlan.. ^SSTlSSTZJZ
li.ncos joining the celebration ... Both Mr. and Mrs. Stadlan,
wm are very active in cultural and Zionist organizations.
ing a* board members ... They have another daughter at
I, Adinah Ruth.
jarry (Luau) Brook*, of Bay Harbor Island, are awaiting
ktork Date is early September ... The lovely Mrs. Brook.
! former Paulino Dauber.
.Back home in Brooklyn* are Mr. and Mrs. Morris J Krasna
vacationed at the Sterling hotel for five weeks ... He s head
L Capital Trading Company glove business .
M the Algiers hotel, and celebrating their 24th wedding anni-
fcry, are Brooklynites Mr. and Mrs. Julius RosanfeM ... He s
kecutive with Service Supply Co.
Temple Emanu-El*mem*bers Mr. ."nd Mr.. Louis Wrachcele-
|?d the birth of a great-grandson and their Golden Wedding
ersary practically simultaneously! t
William Goldman was a recent Miami visitor ... He s tne
It G of the famous 3G Clothe* Chatting with Irv Shapiro
It Slack Bar, Goldman mentioned that the family has been in
Continued on Papa 14-B
!<
W
ovnan s
IJUoM
i^liewiisltUEIIiDiciidliiQun
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 28. 1958
Section B
IThe
Charter is presented to Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
Past 723. Mrs. Pfeilip Miller (left), president, accepts charter
from installing officer Mrs. Theodore Lingaton, State Depart-
ment of Florida president, JWV Women's Auxiliaries. Mrs.
Rose Schorr, national chief of staff, looks on at ceremonies
held Mar. 15 at Surfside Town Hall.
Spring in the Air at Luncheon
Hosted by Mrs. Spector lues.
Women Assist
Anniversary Fete
An all-out drive to make the
tenth-, birthday, calabsaiioa. of
Brandeis University a huge suc-
cess was launched this week by
the Greater Miami chapter of the
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University.
The celebration will culminate
in a dinner to be held Tuesday
evening, Apr. 8. at the Barcelona
hotel.
Leading educators and promi-
nent citizens of the community
have been invited to attend. The
women's dinner committee in-
cludes:
The Mesdames Jacob W. Ra-
binovitch- chairman. Stanley
Schwartz Irwin Hoffman, Ronald
Berger. Elkin Smith. Samuel Ob-
er3tein. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Solo-
mon Margolies. Donald Rubin.
Sam A. Goldstein. Leon Jacobs.
Louis Makovsky and Harold Turk,
one of the founders of the organi-
zation.
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, president
of the Greater Miami chapter,
predicted that the dinner "will be
an outstanding event in educa-
tional circles in Greater Miami.'"
Spring was in the air of the pas-
tel colored frocks chosen by many
of the guests who attended a
luncheon and card party Tuesday
in the Scheherazade room of the
Algiers hotel given by Mrs. J. B.
Spector. 5120 Cherokee ave., and
her mother. Mrs. Samuel Stein-
of 4500 N. Jefferson. Miami Beach.
Some 40 friends of the hostesses
gathered to honor Mrs. C. H. Sand-
ier, of Atlantic City, on the occa-
sion of her visit with her mother.
Mrs. Stein. The tables were gaily
decorated with pink flowers and
lar-e pink eeas and yellow candles
embossed with silver, while tiny
chicks were hidden in the foliage.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
Max Malamut. of Atlantic City.
?nd Mrs. Joe L-ivin. also of At-
lantic City and Palm Beach. Oth-
ers in the party were all Miami
Beach friends of the honoree and
the hostesses.
<^0rtt IrloXArv
MIAMI
Again! JM Has Famous Foods
That Are Kosher For Passover & Parve
v
Christo Poulos Famous Fruits
Nut Topped Dates, 1 lb.............'-^
2 lb.........................***
Walnut Topped Dates, 1 lb..........MJB
Pecan Topped Dates, 1 lb...........***
Almond Topped Dates, 1 lb.........''*
Crystalized Ginger, 14 oz...........I*9
6 ounces.................... *
Crystalized Orange Peel, 1 lb.......*'*
Calif. Pitted Prunes, 1 lb............***
Fla. Candied Kumquats, 1 lb.........'**
Deglet Noor Dates, 1 lb............. **
Fruit Compote, 1 lb................MM
Buffet Server with Glace Fruits......70S
Jordan Merah Peseew
Hoppers ChoroltUes
Special Seder Box, a .'Mb. ^
Assortment.................."*
Luxury Chocolates, 1 lb.............'*&
2 lb. box....................SM9
Fruit-Nut Assortment, 1 lb..........2.49
2 lb. assortment.............^9
Selected Chocolates, 12 oz...........ISO
24 oz. assortment............*
All-Nut Assort ment, 10% oz.........M.79
French Style Chocolates, 12 oz.......IJ#
Chocolate Matzohs, 12 oz............1-50
Matzoh Balls, 12 oz.................***
Feeds, Street Fleer


I
;' '
"Your heart Your bands Thoir future .
goals for which Hadassah women strreo. Sheading Omtt to
right) are Yooth Aliyah chainnen Meei.li inise Morris Miller.
jfcliB group; Irving Fierston, Louis D. Bcandeis group; Sol
Silverman. Israeli group. Seated ate Mrs. Barnett Beckerman.
chapter coordinator for Youth Aliyah. and Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro, Ima coordinator.
Beach Hadassah .
Fetes Child's Day
Youth Aliyah is tee movement of
veuif people to Israel, where they
become cuiaens of the new Jewish
State. .
Hadassah women JlmJ|
are the dedicated workers behind
thi* movement, assisting wherever ;
possible, in the transplanting of
Jewish voeth from the insecure.
lives they lead in Europe and
North Africa to a new world ot
freedom in Israel.
Miami Beach chaster of Hadas-
sah groups are planning a series
of Innrtmas here to mark WorW
Child's Day.
The Hairneti Semach trea is
having a hiacheon on Monday at
the Algiers hotel at seen. This
will be a musical program by Mrs.
Philip Rudiae Speaker U Beednk
J Berns. editor of the Senday mag-
taiae of the Miami Herald.

I IsraeM **> will meet at 12
noon at the Deauvihe hotel Mon-
Iday. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader ef North Shore
I Jewish Center. wiU be fees* speak
for. A ssesieal program is also
Friday, MUtfc ft
Bureau PTA Conk,]
Beets Mrs. Haw
Mrs. Mas Ht-H.**, foPnB]
president of Be'h Dirid Cobbl.
ion, was elected pmidrot^J
Council PTA at a ocitgatu'
ins. Mar. 20.
The PTA found] of fSe
of Jewish Ed'i?a:nft aci5 ~
clearing bouse for the activiaoj
15 PTAs of local Jewish
The Council p1- annual,
shops far all PTA m*nb
publish** a raaowrca
intw ailI
atts. max aunsm
Pledge Brunch Due
Annual Louise Waterman Wise j
pledge brunch will be held by the
Florida Women's Division of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress at the Caril-
lon hotel Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
Guests to this reward affair
have worked to support Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Center in
Israel. A film, "Dream to Real-
Wednesday
ity," will deptct the Center's aetiv-
ities.
The program will be shared by
Mrs. Raymond Roth, who will offer
Jewish humor, and her sister Miss
Judy Dynner, who brought back
some unusual Israeli music Brent
her trip to Israel last summer un-
der the David Petegorsky scholar-
ship award.
will have a brun
at the Algiers hotel at 11:30
ass.. Monday.

f Ihiiiiitii SBM gawwp wul meet
Id tft, PMtamehleeu hotel at 13
'soan Monday
Speaker a Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Funk. There waU also be a musi-
cal program, with Oiga Bibor
Stem at the piano, accompanied
?by Elmer Horosny. violinist. Cellist
Woewc's -ffor Spks
Connie Gee. local women's edi-
tor, was guest speaker at a meet-
ing of the National Assn. of Bank
Women at the McAllister hotel.
Miss Agnes Speakman, assistant
secretary. Security Trust Co., pre-
sided ever the meeting. Mrs. Gee
was introduced by Marie Whaler,
vice president. Industrial National
Bank.
is Charles Magda, and Stella
Andre, vocalist.

Shalama group will hold its an-
nual Youth Aliyah luncheon Moo-
day noon at the Seville hotel in
com melioration of World Child's
Day.
Leonard Young, master of cere-
monies at the Shelboume hotel.
uill entertain. Mrs. Morris Miller
is chairman of the luncheon and
reservations.
Other officers of the CoancaJ
the Mesdames Charles L
berg. Temple Judea,
Yuaes,, Temple Emana-Cl.
Lack. Temple Beth Shotora. 1
Jacoby. North Shore Jewish!
ter. B. L. Fabric. Temple
Tamid. vice presidents.
The Mesdames Lean S.
man. Hialeah-Miami Springs 1
ish Center, recording
Irving R. Schwartz. Zanwij
ish Center, corresponding
tary.
The Council PTAs at the |
time is cooperating with the t
munity committee on the
'.ion of the tenth anniversary j
State of Israel in plamntf i{
wide celebration for all stu
local Jewish schools. wtw|
tentatively been set for
Apr. JT.
Tkey'rt OH to Isrotl
Mr. end Mrs. Irving
of Miami Beach, are leariafl
two-month stay In !


Once again... the words of freedom, hope, warmth,
unchanged through the generations. The Seder is
ready, the afikoman set aside. The wine cups are
filled, the kitchen brims with promise. The chil-
dren, scrubbed, hungry, curious, solemn, wait.
Now. A little voice, anxious, speaks up big and
clear. Wherefore is this night distinguished from
all other nightst And. with the old. old snared re-
sponses... the deep family feeling, tradition comet
alive once more. ,
For generations, the Goodman family has servo
this tradition proudly, with the finest Pa**v
Mauot, All strictly kosher...supervised by Rob
MendelChodrowandotherleadingorthodoxrtlfO
MATZOS |
Distributed in the Miami area by Food Crofters
250 N.E. 60th Street
pLaia
440*


"March 28, 19
3-B



-'VWV'
Council Sections to Vote on Proposed
Slate, Hear Reports of Jax Conference
fahtrm Astcrr, Israel Gonri-Genrar for Sourh-
jostern United States, dedicates new Israel
Section of Temple Beth Sholom Library at
lenth annual book-donor luncheon sponsored
by Temple's PTA and Sisterhood. Othsr par-
ticipants in ceremonies are (left to right) Mrs.
Arthur Courshon, proaram chairman; Mrs.
Karry Lack, PTA president; Rabbi Leon Kron-
en; Sydney J. Greenberq. Temple's education-
al director; and Mrs. William Yanowita, Sis-
terhood vice president. Eleven shelve* were
dedicated in memory of Leo Danerhirsch,
George Dubrow, Estelle Fenias, Sadie Shoren-
stein, Kate Greenberg, Saul Herman, Molly
Kaufman, Abraham Pomeranca, Henrietta
Gordon, Alfred D. Rajna, and in honor of
Henry Fertig.
Irs. Glasscr Will
?hair Key Day
forkers'Party
Mrs. Louis Glasser, a former
Jnpaign chairman of the Corn-
led Jewish Appeal Women's Di-
Ron. has been named Key Day
(ken' party chairman by Dr.
rris Goodman, 1958 CJA cam-
|gn chairman.
J'Our community has been hard
Iwork for several weeks planning
arranging this affair," Mrs.
isser said-Wednesday.
'There will'be priies for lucky
orkers, refreshments, enter-
^inmenr, end a chance for vol-
rtteers to enjoy the results of
sir Key Day toil," she said.
toiiinteers who are unable to t-
kd i ho workers' party in the Se-
le hotel are 6kcd to turn in
[u completed cards to the Key
li offices at 420 Lincoln rd., on
lullowing Monday morning.
31.
^pproxitnrtely 800 persons at-
Icicd a similar workers' party
jwing the last CJA door-to-door
taipai^n. Because of limited
km. volunteers will be required
[display their souvenir key for
Inn- ion to the party slated for
lo fi pro., Sunday in the Madrid
am of the Seville.
a good
\ar for...
'
GANELES-
LENGER
WINES
Bf nute every year Ganelee-
'-'nger ii the perfect tra-
ditional wine for your
Sdr table. Made with the
kill and dedicated care of
n expert vintner, yet at
'"-i no more than meie
produced wines.. .and the
beautiful cut-flats crystal
decanter is so distinctive.
GAJrELES-LENQER
"" 1 Tra^tlMll KMMr Wimm
to'-* bt (* Klfitmiaml
/ Orraltr tv Yotk
mmmmmm
OitlrikiHi ay:
WIEDER WINE CO.
"t> !. 9th Terrace, Hialeah
Pkons TUxede 7-134
Proceeds to Assist
in Down Payments
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah will have a coffee for its 350
life members and prospective
members at the Fontainebleeu ho-
tel, Wednesday noon, Apr. 2.
A musical program with songs
by Mrs. Peter Wagner, accom-
panied by Mrs. Elsie Shackman at
the piano, will be featured.
Miss Sandy Wrubel, a member
of Student Junior Hadassah, will
portray the immortal Anne
Frank in "Excerpts from Anne
Frank's Dairy." Mrs. Abby Sen-
wart* will bo narrator.
MK. LOUIS GLASSl*
JDC Director's
Wife to Speck
Mrs. Maurice Lipian was to be
guest speaker at a meeting of the
Miami Beach Workmen's Circle
Branch 1059 Thursday at 25 Wash-
ington ave.
Mrs. Lipian is the wife of the
director of the Joint Distribution
Committee in Iran. She is current-
ly visitingi her parents. Mr. and,
Mrs. Max Goodman, of Miami
Beach.
The meeting is open to the put*,
lie. according to Mrs. Louis Jose-
lcfsky.
All Divisions of the Greater Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, have scheduled
their regular monthly meeting for
Wednesday, Apr. 2, when Council
members will vote on their pro-
posed slate of Section and Division
officers for the coming club year.
Islands Division will meet for
brunch at the Venetian Isle motel
at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Aaron Fair,
president of Southern Interstate Re-
gional NCJW, will present a report
on the Jacksonville conference en-
titled "Southeastern Couawti Ca>
pers."
Lincoln Division will meet at the
Sea Gull hotel at 1 p.m. They will
also hear a report on the confer-
ence and will be guests at a sur-
prise program.
Indian Creek Division will
meet at the homo of Mrs. Barney
Hodes, 5501 LaGorce dr., at 1
p.m. The program will feature
an exhibit and lecture by artist
Reyne Younoerman.
Shores Division will meet for
lunch at the Carriage House res-
taurant at 12 noon. The program
will feature a skit, "We Were
There," and a report on the Jack-
sonville conference by Mrs. Rob-
ert Lafffin, Mrs. Raymond Rubin,
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, and Mrs.
Jay R. Schwartz. Luncheon res-
ervations are being taken by Mrs.
Joseph Imbrey.
Biscayne Division will meet for
lunch at the Garden restaurant at
11:30 a.m.
Sunset Division will meet at
Hillel House, University of Miami
campus, at 12:30 p.m. Members
will hear a summarization of the
year's accomplishments in song
and parody.
MORE PEOPLE USE
M sugo*
?=
ftlstfinl:
1U 1
America's orifiiul and oldest
cllWM liee HquM sotatMM
1916-195;
SWEETER THAN
SUGAR-YET
NO FOOD VALUE
Mrs. Oscar Sindell is chairman.
Income from life membership is
being loaned to- the doctors, hos-
pital personnel, nurses, and med-
ical students of the Hadassah He-
brew University Medical Center
and to residents of Israel to be
used as a down payment for their
future homes being constructed in
Kiryat Hadassah, Hadassah Town,
located around the foothills of the
new Medical Center at Ein Karem.
Mrs. Harry Platoff is reserva-
tions chairman.
Doctors fcommand SUSARINE
Uu diabetics, overweights,
low caione diets
ruae mammies* iconomical
GUARANTEED
NON-fAT'ENING
4 Ox. bottle
Only 75c
rOOO STORIS EVIRVWNSna
SUGARIME is Kosher and is Approved
by the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations.
g
-*
Is tfic bt ST.'
S
f nODlllDD
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
*\\ C.nili.d by Rabbi Jacob Coh.n
^ffir .....
TETLEY TEA
IN A GLASS
That's the fine old Jewish way to
enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea...
richer in taste... served in a glass or cup
1837
A Fine Coffee
At Your Seder
Yes, at Passover and at any
other time. Maxwell House Coffee
is the finest coffee you can serve
family and guests. No wonder it
is the favorite coffee in Jewish
homes. Its aroma, its full-bodied
flavor, its delightful taste are un-!
mistakable and unmatched. |
Whether you drink Maxwell House
black or with milk or creamits
flavor always comes through.
So make sure you stock up on
Maxwell House Coffee for the Pass-
over holiday. Maxwell House is
kosher and parve for Passover and
I is produced under strict rabbinical
supervision for Passover as for all
year around.
After the sumptuous Passover
Seder, you will went to put the
proper finishing touches to it by
drinkino. a cup of delicious Max-
well House right down to the last
drop, because Mexwell House is
"good to the last drop," with the
flavor that is out of this world.
And on Passover mornings, with
that good old-fashioned matzoh-
b.vi. noihing goes better than a
cup of Maxwell House with milk or
cream. When guests drop in they
will welcome a steaming hot cup
of Maxwell House. In short, you
will enjoy your Passover much
more when you drink and serve
Maxwell House at all Omm.
And for that quick cup of coffee,
he sure you have plenty of Irunan
Maxwell House, just as good and
just as delicious as regular Max-
well.
ENJOY TO THE ftflUST YOUR FESTIVE HEALS AHEAD MM THE
PASSOVER SEASON
SHOP AT YOUR fRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD
B-THRIFTY er GRAND UNION
SUPERMARKET
Featuring nationally advertised
KOSHER FOODS
Mother's Rokeach Manischewitz
and many others
Be sure to visit your new
GRAND UNION
SUPERMARKET
450 N.E. 125th STREET NORTH MIAMI
"Florida's most modern tvptrmarktt"
FREE PARKING
AT ALL STORES
OPA-LOCKA
721 Opa-Locka Bouleva.,1
NORTH MIAMI
13020 N.E. 8th Avenue
MIAMI
1753 N.E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
1263 W. Flogler Street
MIAMI
3050 N.W. 7th Street
CORAL GABLES
190* Ponce de Leon Blvd.
WEST MIAMI
6190 S.W. 0th Street
MIAMI
Coral Wen; ot Ludlum Read
MIAMI
5767 Bird Read
KENDALL
11301 S. Dixie Highway



MCE. THE $TICT AMD CONSTANT SWU
TME OtTWWtt VAAD HUASIWJTH Of *****
tASSI Wt. ISAAC MIKSH CVEK. DICTO
HOUDAYHOee
WW,TWrvl:3M|
FrL. 1:30-3
m&
THE FOOD FAIR FAMILY WISH YOU
S* A JOYOUS
:-sS

5th DAY
APRIL
15 th DAY
NISAN
To assure shoppers of FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
the finest meets and poultry for your PASSOVER USE-
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS and KOSHER POULTRY
PLANT have undergone a complete changeover for the pro-
cessing of Kosher meat and poultry, KOSHER LE-PESACH.
Ai Ko she ring Vats and Tables, Grinders, Slkers, Show-
cases and Knives, etc^ are thoroughly cleaned and
pressure steamed to assure our customers of STRICTLY
KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY FOR PESACH.
UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF
RABBI DR. I. H. EVER. DIRECTOR
REV. JACOB B. KATZ
REV. YELVEL SHULMAN
We SUGGEST That Your Holiday Shopping BE DONE EARLY
-TO INSURE BETTER SERVICE and MAXIMUM SAYINGS
19th St. at Alton Rd.
Miami Beech
Pfciltp Xartz, Mfr.
2091 Cera! Way
Miami
OPOATNKAl S'JrttYtSCX
**. HOWS toDCIS
&d St. Shopping Ct
No. Miami Beach
Ccnaid Sschtr, Mfr.
v&:m
*#&&&&


joy, March 28. 1958
-Jewish fkrHitr
5-B
CUAMTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
A MOST HAPPY and JOYOUS
PASSOVER
from the entire FOOD FAIR family!
As always, FOOD FAIR presents the most extensive
variety of KOSHER for Passover Foods in Florida
FLORIDA'S FINEST and MOST COMPLETE
FOOD FAIR'S
SEAFOODS
DEPARTMENTS
Now featuring the finest of FRESH WATER FISH rushed to us from the
GREAT LAKES Just hours after being caught! Absolutely fresh!
FRESH LAKE
ARP
49c VALUE
Fresh Caught Fine Tasting
LB.
FRESH LAKE
29,
69c
________________ LB. 69c
AUFISH DRESSED & GROUND FREE! ASK FOR YOUR GEFILTE FISH RECIPES!
fc ."**" ____________^___________________________________________B
98c VALUE
LB
FRESH LAKE

YELLOW PIKE
98c VALy:
CHOOSE FROM FAMOUS BRANDS
AT 10W, LOW, PRICES
-MANISCHEWITZ
MATZOS
MATZO MEAL
CAKE MEAL
MACAROONS
5 lbs. $1.99
lb. 43c
lb. 43c
lb. 99c
MOTHERS
PICKLES
TOMATOES
qt. 49c
qt. 49c
ROKEACH
-GOODMAN
MATZOS
CAKE MEAL
MATZO MEAL
-STREIT'S
MATZOS
MATZO MEAL
CAKE MEAL
5 lbs. $1.99
lb. 41c
lb. 41c
5 lbs. $1.99
lb. 43c
lb. 43c
-PECHTER'S-
FAMOUS PECHTER'S QUALITY
COMPIETE LINE OF
PIES SOAPS
SOUPS FISH
BORSCHT
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR BONUS with EVERY PURCHASE at FOOD FAIR
CAKES
99c



r
to**.**
i*
Copy Writers Ask Editorial Assist
C*? TTe-
kraa'
i*tta<
Royd Pbn Unit *
MM01 "**
* ::*
i
Beach Chapter Prexy Has Birthday j~
Honored Before 26,066 Turf Fans

Ike
I
PASSOVER TREATS
for the Y0UN6STERS!
Dans' ir. Jta- Alacr. Ajse- ^ i
:<> *? tnn tfear* fcfl. ,'** aag Mrs Eafat Tta
" *e TaT m rees- Ian. *r*. Manei Bna fte*. ***
-n fraai tar ratal -------
1 :>
*:: :- :-_
^Uta Mr*.
at JL- Kaca a* rare tarts, and Fraak
5
A.
".q$ troditi#Ml for Possover
os notzob om! wm!
Biulutooe's

I


HOROWITZ -MARGARETEN
m x. si*
by PALM DSTiaCTOBS. BK1
?: M
imagine! such baked delicacies
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
TO2^ nZ7D
MRTONS
_ -MOSES AXD THE KX^
^ Jjt >ijnxr nilii mi g^*tf
an


Friday. March 28, 1958
+Jelslfk*kik*ri
7-B
t'SHOP AT STEVENS: N.W 62 nd St. and 27th Ave------Red Road and So. Dixie Hwy
This Year As in Years Past, STEVENS Is Happy
To Be of SERVICE for ALL of YOUR PASSOVER
NEEDS with GREATER QUALITY, GREATER
VARIETY and GREATER VALUE in.....

Your Stevens Markets CHECK LIST
FAMOUS BRANDS MATZOS MATZ0 P*0DUC1S
GOODMAN'S* -STREIT'S- #MANISCHIEW,TZ
EGG MATZOS TEA MATZOS WHOLEWHEAT- REG. MATZOS
FARFEL MATZO MEAL MATZO BALL SOUP
AT YOUR
-------Vf irlll have m H.,r** well versed in *"'4l* wi?f,r *f^*1 "^
ser vice. pSsKSvef ^SxxrSMms

STEVENS COMPLETE PASSOVER DEPARTMENT FEATURES
USE THIS CHECK LIST FOR MOMEY-SAVING VALUES
All Items Shown Are Certified For Passover Use
POTATO STARCH------ JUICES------
POTATO PANCAKES-- SPICES.....
IIOHSE UAIIISII...... # CANDY ------
CONDIMENTS........ # CEREALS -.
CAKE MEAL --------- # SOUPS.....
GEFILTE FISH ....... SCHAV.....
SOUR SALT........... WINES.....
MACAROONS......... # NYAFAT ...
SOUP NUTS........... # CAKES.....
PRESERVES .........
Fill ITS------
CANDLES ...
GELATIN------
SUGAR......
HONEY .....
NUTS.......
SALT........
no it sr in ...
SCHMALTZ.-
Kit IIEL.....
POLISH.....
VINEGAR ...

PASSOVER OILS...... AP......
TEA A TEA RAGS COFFEE
BARTON'S PASSVVEm APPR0VEB SODAS
_ mii aw ? CLUR SODA
BLACK RASPBERRY ORANGE
GINGER ALE
BLACK CHERR*


*
TtAtt
J3ar JMitzralt
515
II IIIWT^ ~k Tmai
re i $liM" ** jg
jb ".-aw* SUMS *'i*"lf
rfhp 1* cntfr i in* k


r, March 28, 1958
+Jet*is* Thrkiktr
HEADQUARTERS
For All Your
PASSOVER
NEEDS
OPEN SUNDAY
We Have A Full Selection of Any Name Hrand You May Desire to Grace Your
Holiday Table StreiCs, Manischewitz, Horowitz Margareten, Goodman9*......
MATZOH MEAL FARFEL EGG MATZOH WHOLE WHEAT MATZOH TEA
MATZOH POTATO STARCH (MATZOH SHMURAH ON ORDER)
LARGE WALNUTS ......49c
f SUNSWEET [ COOKED PRUNES
39c 2/2jflr
JUICES
PRUNE JUICE
APPLE JUICE
TOMATO JUICE
MACAROONS
MANISCHEW1TZ
ALMOND
CHOCOLATE
STREIT'S
ALMOND
CHOCOLATE
98c
16 oz. Can
69<
12 oz. Plcg.
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
CHOCOLATE
95c
16 oz. Pkg.
WINES
MAXISCHEWITZ
MOGEX DAVID
SCHAPIRO
Hi: It Mi
CARMEL ISRAEL
HAGGADAH
L'KOVED
IN EVERY FLAVOR EVERY SIZE
KING LEONARD
kosher F02 :xz:y::?.
GRAPE WINE
59c
a 3/4 Quart
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
PRUNE JUICE
39c qt- 3TL
IIAGGADAH or
L'KOVED Kosher
GRAPE WINE
$J99
1/2 GAL
SEASHORE
RUSSELL
SOUR PICKLE
TOMATOES
SAUERKRAUT
HORSERADISH
PRESERVES
ORANGE MARMALADE GRAPE
STRAW3ER5Y RASPBERRY
CHERRY BLACK RASPBERRY
GOLDEN GLORY
HEAT PROOF
DINNERWARE
SET
$279
H Pt. SIT
CANDIES by
STREIT'S MANISCHEWITZ
SOUR BALLS MARMA JELLS
RASPBERRY FILLED
FRUIT SLICES
FRUITS by
MANISCHEWITZ -ROKEACH
FRUIT COCKTAIL PEACHES
PRUNES KADOTA FIGS
PEARS APPLE SAUCE
CRANBERRY SAUCE
III:ItSII KOSHER
GRAPE WINE
99c
BJBJMQ. MYAFAT
43C 9' M. Jit #bC 1 lb. 3 M. Jar
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
PARVA FAT
69c ufc. 3
x. Jar
FIFTH
SOUPS by
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
MANISCHEWITZ
OILS
HI-HAT PEANUT OIL
43c pT 79c ox
ROKEACH PEANUT OIL
49c ,t 95c .
MANISCHEWITZ
TOMATO KETCHUP
TOMATO MUSHROOM SAUCE
ISRAEL CANDIES
HELLER CANDIES
If It's Packed
FOR PASSOVER
We Have It!
HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
INSTANT
COFFEE
45C 2oz.Jar


Williams Hay, "Oipheos Descending/ *i
To Open at Grore Playhouse Monday jjkW
I
Wuharn<- <
r
P--
Hoc
Tec
Btorr P-we pU. "Cat
Tto Roaf" laaaaurated the cur-
rent sea- JCtM Cr
Playhouse iU be laf***"*1
the see~*i sane when *
pfcew* D^edi
-* aaafletni
areas a. Oeerge Br#**. theatre
" ereat-
K
I bjal
Raj
"Or-
Tom.
Sensitive performance by Maria Schefl m tkrwiie ha
earned L^n awards abroad and was named best foreign film
d year by New York film critics. Adapted from Zola s novel
lAssommoii The Dram Shop. it tells story of Nonas par-
ents in ennenmen: that produced Zola's mot amorous hero-
ine. Maria Schell was recently seen as Grushenka m The
brothers Karamarov." "Gervchee." in French with subfiles, is
now shewing at Wotaetco s Maytair and Sunset Art Tbeaa.
Rch*rd nXawarfc. TW *
mm ajjiter-ptaviaig
alHn th*
l thru* of
Hr i< tkf playwrights' symbolaf
Offbeat- the singer n Greek
-jtMoltrr wh* descended to the
asrworfd to rescue the woman
*"** Tte dnm* W*M,JT"1" ke loved
ed a r.jras or ceawsversywoeu j*^ descent of this particular
was presented an asreadway tost orj^ess into the Mississippi dwata
war evl feature *ff^*5* htwu however, .provokes an oat
of-Th? c*imil-ea*. awJaaaag bn?ak ^ ^ jeeiousv. h* "try ter-
Surietoa f^. aBa violence' that smoldered
Miss Stapieten. who crested IB* ^j^ a ^face of resrectability.
loading ro*e a WUhaeas The Tv c#cwwt Grore Playhouse
Rose Tattoo" P**** the *pgf; produetarn d.rected by Owen Phil-
is a small Southern nr*^ iter oai-
nw;ek visited ty ail the village
characters. raagtog frost i
who has reevnsas fats to a
strung girt who caBs herseM a
"lewd vagrant"
lady
s
ahiact.** !
played by Rip Tot*
has skyrocketed to tam* m
visian and W% apo*ar
rtsed by Wulims. Featured in the
cast are Joanna Roes. Crahau Den-
Nan Marun. Lucille Benson-
John Marriott. Patricia Ripley. Jo-
hanna Douglas. Bill Zuckert- NeO
Hamsoa and Sara Floyd. The set-
tings are by Peter Harvey, with
ughtmg by David Hale Hand.
-Orpheus Descendine/' atU be
Am
mas miitu* siAPwm
'Our Spiritual Commitments Must be Met'-Wouk
-Once the wind and the sub
ai^ued about who was the stronfer.
hey decided to test their
strength oa a traveler calking to-
+ iii them.
The wind tried to blow the
traveler'! cloak off Try as he
might, whistle and lash as he did.
the wind failed.
"Than tfca sun shona bttfMhji.
armiy and p*asan*y. And tna
travel*.. r*spwiint
Hen*** *f Hu day. rm*nd his
cl*a.-
World fanous am *"
Wouk told this story at a luncheon
given by Yeshiva I" rnirj tn his,
honor here at the For.taiaebleau
hotel What d;d the noted author'
of -Caase Mutiny" and "Marjone
Morungstar anean*
Simple." he explained. "We
nanat ask ourselves, more than
ever today, row far we can drop
the doak of our religious and so-
cial commitments u this ever
.hanging World"
to the Pacific lsla vtded the magnificent lorabai
for this picture.
tiling, staging aad
are all highly competent
presented for two weeks, giving its ^^j although this
final rjerfarmance Saturday eve- WKm)d ^.^ g^y lia9m
fag. Apr li Matinees at the Co- ^^^ ^ ^ ^1^ guMuek,,
cocot Grove Playhouse are Wed- 0KtTj by director Logan i
nesdays aad Saturdays at T.V> bellish the Breaniag of i
p.m with evening performances. jgQg ^ spakea lines.
except Sundays, at 8:30
Picnic, starring Farley Gran-
ger will terminate its engagement
on Saturday.
What dees it really add tti
about love to dip the entire i
into a red hue of blood aad I
Few is Topic S-far-ay
Th* prontom. as h* soot it. is
a va* if living as old
n a n
Th? third lecture in a new series
on The Art of Living" will be
given by Dr. Abraham Wolf son.
Saturday. S pan., at the Spawn.
Wouk was here for the world Outdoor Forum. 11th st^and Ocean
premiere of Marjorie Morning- ct. Topac cf the taak b "Why
star, and his wife accuaspaaned Choose Fear A oeestton and an ,
himthe author's first tnp to Ms- *,r*r period will follow the lecture.,
ami in 15 years. An Orthodox! Harry Kershaw is moderator,
he is a professor of English "**T 7^ 'm m .
Jew. he is
at Yeshiva University
The principals rw
task with awranas* aad
Mrrri ayner ha* heh* I
in lookhn as "corny as Ka
in August" and Mr. Brinrtl
r tap il......H|
world of Ho Rock. Ark.,
weN aad adasantH- aad
is up ? th*
of ah* script.
holds her tnl
"NIYSRSIT
Todd-AO South Pacific' Blazing
Color Spectacular at Sheridan
Mirrwdii film UmmUki 1^^^ I
Referring to Marjorie." Wouk Meeting of the Txaona chapter ed ha bringing to her _
said "I never thought of it as a of Mizrachi Women's Organization I the screen asoat af the U
Jewish novel.' but rather as an of America was to he held at the,her stage versaoa.
American novel with Jewish back- Victor hotel Thursday. 8 pa. A Perhaps the most
ground. 1 hope to write a Jewish sound film. "Window on Jerusa-' pout about the screen
novel soaneday. though-" lem." was scheduled. South Pacific is its
- those among as wbo fin.
solves hatmg peocue whs aril
fereat in background I
own. This aaessage
moat movingly and an
lesaty by Rod?ers and
stein wdl bow reach a*
Americans outside th*
James Michener s poignant hnaath-takingly b a w t i f u I and '^ courageous cooffawa af
"Tales of the South Pacific" has practically InVsit*. way
now been told m several forms \ It is not '"~"1* *
The original iiiaati i ii nl a very sue- On both these counts this picture that when this pKtare
cesaful irmaksoiilmii into one of leaves nothing to be desired En- shown is Little Rock. *""<
usical terpnsing Miami hotel builders' to be of special meaaag aj
and and operators had better get their local audaeoceespecuflj
plane fare ready as views such as the remarkable fores*"
those seen in tfaeTndvie version of Micheaer's original
South Pacific are certain to at- the home of his protaga
Broadway's afl
greats, thanks to the
sophisticated workmanship of
Messrs. Rodgers and Hammer-
arnaoa Wank, anthor of ^fcarjana
Lue poanhi of has nownt mono mho film of aoana
by raoQywood produce* Mlhcn Sperbnrj left, as Lao
acrsa of raoradn chcxpaBr. Yeahxvc Unrvarsaty.
jooksoo.
SUMMER CAMP
The last version now on the
Todd A-O horizon at the Sheridan
delight the much
larger, if less demanding motion
ptctare audience. Fortunately.
of the bitter-sweet and
voace of the original sur-
vives to he heard above the din af
[a Hafryweod extravaganza, again
largely to the firm touch of
Rodgers aad Hammer stem and the
expert guadaace of director Josh
'Logan
UVWIU I Ml 4111 lt trilAIII IV .. w _
tract major migrations of tourists Nellie Forbush therc-rfj_


r-nroHr it h w *-k IfaooaaV <
I mmp*r* inssanal fcarf* /* fgM
1 PH fl
Chef "ROSSIE" Announces
his NEW Location
RONNIE'S
STEAK
HOUSE
6521 Bird Read.
Famous For -
MMSTUKS
(S.W. 40Hi *.)
nsw ant* aWr
#.srJa.r.1Aii
(Ooso. Msaaaya)
Co POTATOtS R* *- 6-* **^
URtliaaaaaaona stna _*lr^^
RESIN BAKED
VWvVVArVWWVWWNArtT.
UK FOOD AT -f05T KAS0*UU
NORMANDY ISLfS STRIKIMCLY HEW
MING TOY
CMriESI AMEKKAN IstWlUWAXT
OPEN DAILY 4:90 PJ*. TO 1:B9 AJk
fUCC
1226 Uormmii Drfv*
rRwgft UN MWS for FIB ^'^JL$?Jts
FACILITIES FO ALL TYPR Of CATf RrN6^^^


March 28. 1958
+'Javisti fhrkOcui
11-B
=3
arm wcal -
They Really Know the Score?
in anti-Zionist friend ef mine brings to me
ution of the auti-Z'onist American Council for
fcism printed in the latest issue of the Coundl
[Here," he says, "is something for you Zionists
lew on." He was shoving the pamphlet under
Cose, almost into my mouth to chew on, as he
rSee here, ^"^l" j TW1"?V "I'm M.* &9*-
, the sense that I think of Israel as my home-
Get me straight: I revere Israel as a land that's
g so hard to make a good life for its people
happen to be Jews. When you call me a Zionist
seem to count me as one who is politically of
ier mun'rv Poetically I am a I'beral Democrat
U.S. which is my homeland."
O.K. 0..." Chester Interrupted. "But
should read this resolution of the American
ficil for Judaism. It should help you change
mind about that organisation to which you
in't been so friendly in your column, as I re-
, l turned to page 16 and there found this
ition of the American Council for Judaism:
Jhe American Council for Judaism reaffrms
rimacy of its concern for the integrity of a
hetic Judaism of universal values and the
, and dignity of Americans of Jewish faith. We
eeply concerned for the security and happiness
co religionists throughout the world."
I interrupted my reading of this "That's
fine. Chester," I said. "I go along with that."
So on. go on," he urged as he patted me on
boulder.
the resolution went on: "We recognize that
ire of Israel has provided refuge for many
victims of conflict and disaster, and we
at its citizens will develop a stable, peace-
_ prosperous society. We continue to seek
bpriato methods of extending proper philan-
pic assistance to our needy co-religionists
.el without subsidising the political program
nitm and without involvement in the national
[economic affairs of the State of Israel."
\'hat you got to say about that?"
him I could feel a bit congratulatory to
nerican Council for Judaism. Judging by this
l, its soc'al manner seems to have im-
i, I said. Long time ago, I myself belonged
Council for a short time, but quit. It wasnt
to be a member of an organization that,
ently. had set itself up as enemy of a nw
that was trying to build a better hfe for a
! homeless people. It just wasn't nice.
ft that time I told some of our fellow-members
local branch of the American Council for
Julaism, "You know, fellows, the way we seem to
be acting up against Israel is neither American nor
Jewish, though we caU ourselves American Council
for Judaism. The way some of our speakers talk
you'd think Israel is an enemy of ours. I'm quitting."
So I said further to Chester: "If I read right,
h* I correctly understand that Council's past ways,
I'd say that the American Council for Judaism has
reformed. What it says in this resolution sounds both
American and Jewish? Itr'sounds kindly arid even'
helpful toward Israel, even while it abjures any
part of Israeli politics. Sure enough, one may not
like a guy's polit'cs but, anyway, one can respect
him and go along with him for his kindness, mercies
and justice."
The resolution continued: "We believe that a
iust paaca between Israel and her Arab neighbors
is essential to world peace Since expansionist
Zionism is one of the obstacles to peace, we be-
lieve that American Jews can make a significant
contribution to this end by making clear end
definitive their refection of the 'Jewish' nationalist
rights in and obligations to Israel with which
Zionism seeks te sndew them. We urgs Americans
of all faiths to reject the Zionist-fostered concept
that the State of Israel is in any sense a fulfillment
of Biblical prophecy or the real or fancied home-
land of American Jews."
"And what do you think of that, Segal?" asked
Chester.
"Well," I replied, "like most of American Jews
who have been helpful to Israel, I don't think of
myself as nationalistically Jewish. In our town there
are a lot of Jews who have bouht Isrnel Bonds .
as I have, too but not for political reasons.
Their homeland is this America and thece'a no
deviation from the American identity in buying
bonds of another government that's trying hard to
establish a just, merciful social order for people
who have known neither justice nor mercy in other
lands of the world.
"Please rem'>mbr. Chester, that even our U.S.
government is politically concerned with the welfare
of other lands, has put up billions of cash for their
good. Our government has been of financial help to
israel too for political reasons.
"Noticing the meed of the American Council
for Judaism ... it seems quite new te me, as
expressed in this resolution ... I hope some day
te hear of this Council buying a goodly sum of
Israel Bonds, even though it isn't at all Zionist."
Then Chester asked: "And you, Segal, will you
then join our American Council for Judaism again?"
"No," I replied, "I don't feel I need any label
like that to convince people that I am a Jew who
nationally is an American." ________^_
B'nai B'rith president Philip M. Klutznick discuss** results of
organization's annual drive in support of March oi Dimes cam-
paign af National Foundation far Infantile Paralysis. Kluts-
nkrk made his contribution to twins Linda Lou and Sandra
Sue Solomons, who along with their mother, Mrs. Joseph L.
Solomons, and their nine-year-old brother, were this year's
polio poster family. Mother and children were all stricken with
disease. Family lives in Warner Robins, Ga.
Lear Students Offer 'Pinafore'

Students of the fourth through
eighth grades at the Lear School
will present "H.M.S. Pinafore" as
their contributions to toe school's
ictivities honoring Art and Music
Appreciation Month.
The students are now in the
midst of rehearsal of the popular
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta,
which will be presented in the
school's auditorium at 1010 West
ave. Wednesday evening, Apr. 9.
Fredelle Nussbaum will be the
narrator, and Manlynda Cohen will
act as "Buttercup." with Eugene
Shapiro portraying the "Admiral"
in the play.
Captain will be played by Robert
Kaufman; "Dick Deadeye" by
Kaufman; "Deadeye Dick" by
Ronald Si turner: Josephine" by
Lesley Lind; "Ralph Rakestraw"
by Albert Rosennause; "Boat-
swain" by Stewart Hershey; and
"Hebe" by Erica Weissberger.
Best Kosher Provisions
Distributed by:
FORUS SAUSAGE CO.
TU 7-8241
[COSHER FOR PASSOVER
*
KGrni:a& for passover
tar
AUXrD DRINKS
While Rock Beverages
cutive commiltee of Women's Division,
eater Miami chapter, Florida State Council
National Nephroeis Foundation, meets at
"no cf Mr-.. Joseph Gitthman, 5654 Granada
&. Cotal Gables. Left to riaht (seated) are
^dames Eva Yolken. Sam Seiilin. Stanley
'ler. Left to right (standing) are Mesdames
sph Cittlema-a, Irring Stomerman, Henry
^n cud Maury L. Arhmann. co-chairmen.
membership committee, Robert Yolkin, Fran-
ces Baker, Charles Rosenfeld. Mrs. Richard
A. Deemer (seated center) is original founder
seven years aqo of National Nephrosis Foun-
dation. Dr. Henry Green and Mr3. Deemer
were guest speakers at Wednesday's affair,
which highlighted nephrosis, a childhood
disease listed as eighth "killer" today.
< all HI 3-1633 for WHITE ROCK
3300 Mary Street Miami, Florida
TO SERVE OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS
McAiHiur Jersey Farm Dairy
Will Provide KOSHtR FOR PASSOVER Products
MUK CREAM SOW CREAM COTTAGE 'u:e row watts with roue otivrt ot call n 4-4521
4*51 NX Is* AVSNUI
Uh?_ |jM
I _...'"
y-.^t/n "p
LISTW TO THE
TALM'JDIC SEMINAR
OF THE AIR
y BAM! f'NCKAS M. TEITZ
ef Elizebtth, NJ.
Over Roels Stall**
WMJE 1140 On Your Did
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
l.VVt AM.
Complete end Dependable Title Service
M
IAMI TITLE
& Qkttact Co.
34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Titl* Insurance Policies ef
Kansas City Till* Insvrmce C*.
CoBJfaf, Surplus Reserves
Exceed $5,000,000
124 0*4 129 SH0REIAND ARCADE TELEPHONE FR 9-1S91
lA'to Known A i'4 '* ffl Security Trtlt Comomv Btctcj-)


12-B
+JeisMcr*Man
Friday,


Dinner to Salute Israel's Tenth Anniversary
nner designed to salute the
State of Israel on it* lenth anni-
a | P!an
to
and an
ry.
ve Hebrew s:uut
earn-
-ere ail announced Viedncs-
an of
imiTiee of
I thai th" .* ol tbe lrs,a.3 rea.
He e'so announced the nsmes
of an *MwHw comn,tttt in
Jack A. Ca-i'cr, Ja-
cob Rirk Mrs. Sam Simon
h.:f Mrs. Anna Erenrxr Meve-s,
Vil'.am Bernstein, Sa-n Rein-
hird. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Jack Katiman. Saymw Lieb-
man. Max Oreviti. Rabbi Leon
Krenish. Maurice Myman. Wil-
liam Aaranove, Bernard Liber-
man, Stmuel Grot*. Oida Robin,
Joseph Cohen Joseph Mech.ow,
William Kline and Sidney Gla-
lier.
Sher i- ch.irman of this com-
mitlee. which will be in charge of
the dinner. Members appointed a
special steering committee with
Rabbi Leon Kronish as chairman
Savings plan designed to involve Hebrew students
duced at Tempi*) Beth Sholom. Spiritual leader Rabbi)
Kronish (left) discusses plan with lack Gordon, presidtaj
Washington Federal Savings and Loan Awn.
Jacob Riflrin. chairman of emergency cash collection commit-
tee, awards Certificate of Merit to Yehuda Hellman. noted
foreign correspondent, who addressed Israel Bond meeting
at Barcelona hotel this week.
Jewish Repatriates in Poland are Hit;
Hard by Deepening Unempio)
LONDON Thousands of Jews repatriated from:
to Poland have been severely hit by the deepening unemployment
a^TmSng'TcVA.^anloT ation. though the Polish Government has attempted to
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and handicraft industries in an attempt to create jobs, it was
William Bornstein here this week from highly reliable sources.________________
The savings plan has been in-j The report said that at firstVo-
troduced bv Temple Beth Sholom lish officials thought that jobless-
at the Washington Federal Savings ness was only a passing phase in
and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach the absorption period for the new
The plan was approved at a meet- ly repatriated
lish population Is
These branches of predon
Jewish light industry wen I
Jews. But after aUMl during the war and i
ing held in the main office of the many months of aid from ORT; again after being rebuilt,
bank. 1244 Washington ave.. Miami and other Jewish organizations^ the post-war period in eft
Beach Monday afternoon. the sympathetic attitude of force all able*o Vd works*]
.MH.na tK mootine were lhe Polish GowTunen' the prob- heavy industry Durmg tfca<
Attending ^_^Um !em has no. lessened. It is likely!
work in crafts or light
The effort to build
Rabbi Kronish spintua. leaderol !- ^^ Jj J* <*
the Temple Jack Gordon pres*. worfcers are dlsmissed as
lLr- 1 f !1 e^!l;iJ?rf -redundant and unproductive ele-!
Ralph Cobb. a leading member of including many Jews, the *". for whose output
reoort stated. I market at we
the congregation; Sydney J. ^^
Greenberg. educational director rep0" *"wa
Anniversary dinner for State of kraei w.il be held Apr. 29.
according to Jacob Sher, shewn with L'r. Joseph Schwara
:e president of national Israel Bor.d Organizaticn. and
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of board of governors.
City of Hope Will Sponsor Showing
(.oral Gables chapter of the C.
9t Mope will sponsor a special per
Kt o: "Biography" Sunday
evening.
die M FteyhM.se. _'* Bird rd..
Coral Cables.
of Temple Beth Sholom: and Gla-
zier, city manager of the Siate of
Israel Bond Orcanization.
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Cobb will
be chairmen of the savings plan
at the Temple.
It is hoped to interest as many
students of the Temple Beth Sho-
lom religious school as possible in
purchasing a $100 Israel Bond this
year through a savings plan at j
Washington Federal as a salute
to Israel's tenth anniversary.
Sher complimented Rabbi Kro-
nish and Gordon "for their ini-
tiative m introducing the pro-
gram" and revealed that, if suc-
cessful, the plan may be adopt-
ed throughout the country.
abroad ended wi h the
rises when the Gomotka <
ment decided to rebuild i
or feeds industries.
This development, folloedj
by the new ORT vocational
ing program, was reported ij
ing for Jews as well Mj
country starved for c
products Am on 2 those
ling brought back to bin
The Polish Government seeks to production, are not only
rebuild speciftfany Jewish light repatriates who had so
industry and artisan craft cooper- tional experience but *lu<
atives to provide ready-made workers who worked in "
clothes, hats, shirts and underweai dustry in the Soviet Lni"
which the increasingly restive Pj-'to their repatriation to
Unemployment also will bo in-
creased by the expected arrival
neat month* of still more Jewish
repatriate* from Russia. The
best efforts of Jewish organisa-
tions and the Communist regime
are hampered by the time re-
quired for re-training the Jewish
newcomers and for establishing
new cooperative workshops.
"B:ogrpSy" stars noted tele-
vision personality Ma* me Bar-
ret, and is on the bsards at Str-
ife urged that other congrega-
Arthur App'e is chapter tions in the Greater Miami corn-
president. Mrs Bernard Epstein munity investigate the program
and Mrs. Seymour Fr.ed are on wjth the possibibty of similar ac-
he telephone .quad u> charge of tion in their respective religious
r- GRACE YOUR
schools.
Israel Bonds nw 000.000 in the United States this
year for Israel's economic devel-
opment.
Yehuda Hellman. former head
of the United Nations Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency Bureau in Paris,
stressed the urgency of providing
immediate economic aid to Israel
at the present time.
He was introduced to a special
meeting of workers held in the
Barcelona hotel this week by Ja-
cob Rifkin. chairman of the emer-
gency cash collection committee
in the Greater Miami area, and
helped award Certificates of Merit
to workers.
"We cannot allow a shortage of
; cash to mar Israels tenth birth-
day Hellman declared.
KOSHER FOR PASSOVS*
WORLD FAMOUS
ORANGE BLOSSOM 1
BRAND I
Freshly-Squeezed Pore ORANGE JUICE 3f
and Fresh Fruit Salad
Daily wholesale deliveries made to restaurth*
coffee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc.
Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 ftW. W
Member Fla. Restaurant Assn.
Your Food Store and
Fair Svpermorkets
FOR SERVICE TO STORES AND HOTELS CALL
TASYTEK FOOD DISTRHBI TORS
FR 34717 MIAMI 62 N.W. 10th ST.
Rabbi Rosenberg fe Review
Boo* of MT. Miami MeefMf
West Miami chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women will meet Wednes
evening at West Miami Town
| Hall
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of I
Beth David Congregation. wiD re-
efs* Remember Me to God."
In charge of refreshments are
I Mrs. Melvin Kahn and her com-
mittee.


March 28. 1958
Je*lstincrkfton
13-B
\abbi Says Passover
"ame Before Exodus
WASHINGTON Does Pass-
lover predate the Exodus? A
Ming Ketorm rabbi offers evi-
nce that it does.
jays Kaooi Charles E. Shul-
[n. nf New York's Riverdale
b'01p: The Israelites be- an
lerviog (Passover) when they
nomadic shepherds" .
fg before Moses led them from
W), ^p ~
rfhe original emphasis of thn
sover period" says Rabbi
ilman. "was not on freedom,
on the primitive with for
indant flocks of cattle."
he rabbi offers his theory in
article appearing in this
th\ issue of The National
i Monthly, publication of
1..1 B'rith.
Mlhough parts of the Hagga-
vh have been recited by Jews
more than 2,500 yoars,
Jremonies of tho holiday are
uch oldor fhan tho actual
todus and tho Haggadah it-
|f, he writos.
The liberation from Egypt
|e the observance of Passover
fw meaning, while the old cus-
is were retained."
|abbi Sliulman points out that
he book of Exodus Jews are
ructed to kill a lamb at dusk
the 14th day of Nisan, "the
month marking the Spring
an when animals usually
iheir young."
adds: "Evidently the Pe-
element of this festival, the
fchal lamb, was an ancient
UtKm celebrated by the Is-
ptes when they were slaves
rr Pharaoh.
|v'rien Moses asked the Egyp-
ruler to let his people go
days' journey into the wil-
ier to sacrifice to their God.
for the purpose of observ-
kv original Pesach custom.
Then the request was refused,
families offered sacrifices in
homes."
|h? a-ticle maintains that
Bible does not toll us how
t festival began, but only hnw
came to be preserved. "Its
Ivious existence is taken for
Inted." Rabbi Shulman says.
kter the old customs were re-
Vpreted until Passover gained
lecher meaning" the re-
kbrance of the Exodus and
[davs of slavery. This is the
eiut oteotif
"freedom concept." says Rabbi
Shulman.
"The Exodus lent historic sig-
nificance to the Pesach observ-
ance he adds. "The festival was
P'vc in'em-eted as a memorial
of God's deliverance and protec-
tion against Pharaoh."
Pesach became synonymous
with tht nassr-te o the Anael
e^fTWafrrwrer tPfimffnftf tRt
Israelites. "The blood on th
deorn-nts b-.came a mark of
iden'ification to distinguish
Hebrew homes from Egyptian
homes. Formerly the deeding
of the doorposts with the blood
of slain animal was perform-
ed as un antidote to plagues,
misfortune. or illness among
tho cattle, and as an assurance
of safety for tho coming year."
Once in Canaan, the shepherd
Israelite tribes turned to agri-
cultural pursuits and there began
the custom of offering the first
fruits of their harvest along with
the firstlings of their flocks. The
Canaanite observance of eating
matzoh before the first grain har-
vest was subsequently added,
says Rabbi Shulman.
With the subordination of the
pastoral and agricultural parts
of the festival, the earlier ele
ments were retained as symbols
and associated with the Exodus.
The redemption of the Israel-
ites from the land of E&ypt was
emphasized by the Command-
ments, the prophets, the rabbis
and sages throughout the centu-
ries so that "it was impossible
for the Jew to think of liberty
without recalling his own libera-
tion from Egypt."
It has not been limited to Juda-
ism. Rabbi Shulman writes, but
is an "integral part of Christian-
ity."
"The last supper observed by
Jesus and his disciples was the
Passover Seder.
"When the seal of the United
States was under consideration
by the Continental Congress.
Benjamin Franklin proposed that
it depict the Israelites crossing
the Red Sea to freedom."
Parsons, of 3410 Coral Way and 163rd Street
Shopping Center, specializes in complete wed-
ding service. Experienced staff of bridal con-
sultants available in both stores includes Mes-
dames Olga Parsons, Alice Sussman, Marg-
aret Walther, Eleanor Hulman and Rae Burns.
For years, they have delighted in arranging
all details of Miami's most formal and largest
weddings. But they also have a particularly
warm spot for budget-minded bride who wants
smaller and less formal nuptial. Parsons
gowns range in price from $49.98 up to $300.
Miami's most complete selection cf brides-
maids' gowns is also available at Parsons
stores, with prices from $24.98 to $39.98 In
every color and fabric. Mother of bride will
also find everything she need? for this most
important occasion in her dauqhter's life. A
blue garter for "something blue" is given to
each Parsons bride. Lovely, decorative plate
with photograph of bride in her gown imposed
in center is given each bride who selects hen-
gown and her bridesmaids' gowns at Parsons.
Both Parsons stores are open daily from 9:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m., except Monday? and Fri-
days, when hours are until 9 p.m.
President Says Lawson Will Represent Him
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower Monday desig-
nated Edward B. Lawson, U.S.
Ambassador to Israel, to represent
him at Israel's tenth anniversary
celebration.
White House spokesman James
Hagerty told newsmen that there
had been consideration of .sending
a special olticial delegation trom
Berkow Top Buick Salesman
Bernard Berkow. on the staff of
Sheehan Buick Co. here, was top
salesman for the Jacksonville zone
of Buick Motor Co. in 1957.
At the rate of 10 points for each
new car and six for each used car.
he garnered 1,568 points by selling
145 new Buicks and 16 used cars
last year.
It is the third time he has been
a member of the Royal Purple,
by making 1,000 points or more a
year.
For MM ho ranked second in
tht Jacksonville ion, missing
top place by three now cars, and
for 1953, ho ranked seventh. Tho
year 1954 was his first year as a
car salesman.
He had operated a men's shop
on Lincoln rd. for a number ot
years before selling to Austin
Burke.
As top man for the year, he
becomes president of the Royal
Purples for the zone. The zone in-
cludes part of Georgia as well as
all of Florida.
Mr. Berkow, who lives at 6061
SW 63rd ct., said Sheehan Buick
has t"rown to the fourth largest
dealer in the world since it was
established here a little over five
years ago.
IijGUST BROS HYl
Is th< Bt.si '
the Unite:' States to honor the Is-
rael anniversary, but it was de-
cided to designate the Ambassa-
dor who is already in Israel. Hag-
erty pointed out that some other
countries are doing the same
thing.
Tho Israel Embassy here said
that tho Government of Israel
welcomed President Eisenhow-
er's action in appointing Am-
bassador Lawson to represent
him at the anniversary celebra-
tions.
"The Government of Israel has
deep admiration of Ambassador
Lawson s qualities and ol his serv-
ices to international understand-
ing." said the Embassy statement.
It was lrarnea irom official U.S.
sources ,hat the State Department
thought too much recognition of
the Israeli event would jeopardize
US. diplomacy in the Arab world.
luncheon Fashion Show Set
Coral Gables chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold its annual
spring luncheon and fashion show
Wednesday noon at the Dupont
Tarleton hotel.
MRS. LEAH FRIEDS0N of
PARTY BOX Kosher CATERERS
1757 Coral Way
/$ Proud to Announce
HI 4-4415
"I will bo pleased to serve yeor needs for Posstver. Please phone
far menu Seltct complete 'Bnsr or any coorse yo desire. Also
complete line of PetocMiha Pastries."
UNDER THf SUFftVISrON Of
UNITED BAIABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF MUTER MIAMI
71P9^ ^U>3
Fot tastier, mm
PASSOVER meals...
REACH FOR
R0KEACH
"Quality Kosher Products Since 1870"
R0KEACH
BORSCHT
O'jlicious BORSCHT
R,jcl flavorful
|1 hoi ot cold, for
,: akfasl lunch ot
dtnnei < m the beautiful
o UMDle decanter
DISTRIBUTED BY HS-GiUDE FOOD CO.
Clear
chicken...
or with
matio balls
... Itut
homestyle
flavor...
HlCKEf.
HOKEACH
TOMATO
SAUCE with
MUSHROOMS
Sauce of
100 and
mote uses
... to add
zest and
new flavor
and variety
to Passover
foods .
[CHICKEN SOU';
CLEAN
. '9m aV/y
f*ow Mii-th
-* -""' ''*' If '*' 1_"t*"''-
05Hf FO
PASSOVER
ROKEACl*
TOMATO
SAUCi

fluXNEW RftlPl FOLDER Write today te lifctech. P.O. Bk 2210. Srind Central Station. He* Yark
7200 N.W. 29th Avenut
Phone NE 5-0875


14-B




J3XI ^oekmh
Continued from P9 1--
the clothing business for the past 164 years, starting in Oiorkow.
M-5bVj. L.vin*. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Albert L-im. of 8828
Garland ave w.ll turn mH sutern to the tune of a dancing part, a
the Roney Plazi hotel th.s Saturday hm * Beach High School, wiii welcome over 100 mentis and reUmes to
the affair.
*- jimlm^l of honor at a cocktail party last
Saturday given bv Mr. and Mrs. Da-id Hachben at tneir V Shore dr
home Over i( friend? attended Rosseven, who was acconv
pamed bv his wife, is chairman of the American Me^al Center
Denver, of which Mr. Hochbar, is vice president ... The hospital is
a charitable institution for tuberculosis and cancer patients ... me
Roosevelts chowe the DuPor.t Tarleton far iheer stay.
Real estate team Bret and Selma Cipes. of 1077 95th St. Bay Har
bor Island, mav do the Europe jaunt in September Most travelers
agree that September is the test month of the >ear on the continent
Speaking of traveling Jerry Hormayer. >eep of Lngar Buick. has
arranged for 10 Buick "Centurys" to be used f-r transportation in the
Privazone Home showing Mar. 30 They'll be for newspaper and
nag folks who are coming to Miami to see the opening of this new t>pe
of living accommodation being built by She+dan Kay of the Century
Construction Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Per-s Gol**r clou -d in the golden light of their
50th wedding anmvers3rv this pa-t week .
And eighty three year old Mrs. Jacob Lamer got a special present
for her 64th wedding anniversary Mar 16 her first mink coat:
The coat was a gift from Mrs. Lawrence Sapero of Miami Beach
The Lamars. who live at 1119 SW 9th St.. celebrated with a dinner party
for friends and family at the Latin Quarter.
Young Danny Gaule), former radio deejay, is new headman at
Gray s Inn Lounge Danny is aiming for the late rate tor maybe it >
the earlv early i business with shows at 1. 2. 3 and 4 ayem
Mike sports car Marshall, Jr., is back in town after an exciting
rime at the Sebnng races.
c a c >
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob FeWbaum. ower of an aoartment house st
1415 Collins ave.. are extraordinary landlords They've just won the
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce courtesy Award ine s^o I j-
Sav.ngs Bond was awarded to them for being real humanitarians" in
their treatment of their guests .
Sid Keener, director of baseball's national Hall of Fame and Mu-
in Coopers:own. N Y was the speaker this past Tuesday at Mi-
springs Villas ... It was a luncheon meeting of the Miami Wings
Club Sid was in town briefly uith Mrs. Keener.
Dr. Anna K. Daniels, author of It's Never Too Late to Love" and
veteran New York marriage counselor, vacationed here as the guest
of her friend. Mrs. Lucille Tooff, social service staff worker for Mt
Sinai Hospital Dr. Daniels, a member of the American Assn. of
Marriage Counselors, a fellow of the American Academy of Obstetrics
and Gynecology and a Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell, is working on a
<-cond book based on case histone> She's also a grandmother and
the wife of Richard Fondiller, president of Woodward and Fondiller .
Her trip here included two speaking engagements, one for Battle
Creek Sanitarium and one for the Pioneer Women ... It was back to
New York Mar. 19.
c c < a a >
Friends are sending get-well wishes to Jew Race's father, who slip-
ped and broke his hip recently Mr. Raea is a spry and venerable
5-years-oW.
Rabbi April. Lakeland Bride Man^
Groom's Father Officiates at R^
Ar*more
MS. HUWUl KtCMSXr
Krenskys Will
Reside in Miami
In a 5 p.m. ceremony on Sunday.
Mar. 16. in the Beckerman chapel
'of Temple Beth Sholom. Miss Ar-
line Astrofsky. daughter of Mr. and
i Mrs. Mver Astrofsky. of Coral
Gable*, became the bride of Her-
ibert F. Krensky. son of Mrs. Inez
Krensky. Miami Beach, and the late
Louis Krensky.
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
' the ceremony. After the intimate
family ceremony, the wedding
party had dinner at the Algiers
.hotel.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Mexico, and upon
their return, will make their home
at 75 SW 15th rd.. Miami.
Mis Jndith F.dwina HabtW
daughter of Mr. and Mr Carle
Holober. Lakeland. Fla and
Rabbi Samuel Aprril. ?on o' Rab
bi and Mrs. Simon April. Miami.
were married at 7 p.m. Mar 161
at Temple Emanuel. Lakeland.
The bridegroom s father offici-
ated. Vows were exchanged be- j
neath the traditional canopy which ,
was completely covered with white j
chrysanthemums.
Escorted by her father, the |
bride was attired in a formal gown
of imported illusion overwhispfT
ttafUlft.-Xba, princes _
portrait neckline were overlaid
with re-embroidered, jeweled alen-
con lace The bouffant skirt was i
enhanced by wide-pleated bands of I
pure silk taffeta which terminated
in a full loop over the chapel train.
Long lace appnoues pointed
from the waist over the top layer
of illusion on the skirt. A minia-
ture, jeweled princess crown held
the bride's two-tiered veil of pure
silk English illusion. She carried
a white satin-covered Bible topped
with a bouquet of lilies and jew-
eled, white velvet leaves.
Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal, of
Savannah. Ga sister of the bride
groom, was matron of honor Miss
Susan Trohn. of Lakeland, and
. Miss Katherine Spilzer. of Miami
'. Beach, were bridesmaids. Sarah
Blumenthal served as flower girl
Herbert Blumenthal. of Savan-
nah, brother-in-law of the bride-
groom was best man. Serving as
ushers were Leonard Wolf, Macy
Brenner and Jerry Rubin, of Lake-
land.
A reception and dance honoring
the bridal couple was held at the
new Civic Center building. The
couple left for a wedding trip to ;
New York City and Canada. Upon
their return they will make their
home at 2312 Buckingham ave..
Lakeland.
The bride is in her junior year
at the University of Florida, where
she is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Rabbi April received his Bach-
elor of Arts degree from Yeshiva
University and hit Matn-
degree ir, C liimjjj,"^
as awir- H i
study at the YeaHU
Jerusalem. v.... ,t ^ JHP
ft* Ra-hi Isaac Helios ckk?
of Israel.
Rabbi Ap"i hai a
pulp t at Congregation
Emanuel. Lake-land, for ^
years. He is a memo* 4
Lakeland Ministerial Ann.
Honor Student,
Plan Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H.|
son. 275b SW 36th ave.. at
the engagement of their.1
Barbara, to Stanley D.
He is the son of .'
bm. 515 SW 22nd rd.. and tk]
Mrs. Bulbin.
Miss Wolf son. granddiug!
Morris Wolfson. 2220 SW i|
and Max Shufler. for
Scranton Pa.. 1* a graduki
ami Senior High School Sfej
graduate from the Ur
Miami in Jnne. \vhrrc
member of Gamma Si.^atJ
service sorority. Kappa
education honorary, and Pail
Theta history honorary.
Mr. Bulbin is a tradaatf i
ami Senior High S honl u4|
gia Institute of Technology.'
He is presently plant:
Extral Corporation.
The couple will be
June 29.
pay off the Beth Israel morteage
and a lovely time had by all.
Mission accomplished, reports say.
An otdoor cocktail and dinner party was given by Beth Israel
Congregation at the N. Bay rd. home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Moaico-
vtts Mar 16 Honored guest was Jacob Kaufman Theme of the
evening was the "Importance of Orthodoxy." with speakers Harry N.
ScHwam. chairman of the dinner. Dr. David Andean. Lee RabensMi,
Rabbi Lewis H. Rortman and Greater Miami Hebrew Academy pnn
(pi! Rabbi Alexander Gross .
"---.' :--.- -. Ivadore Friedman made tin pNMtifia U
Mr. Kaufman The banquet culminated a drive to raise $15,000 to
Mrs. Simon Alport, of 10200 Bay Harbor dr.. hostessed a luncheon
Mar. 18 at the Algiers hotel Her guests, winter visitors from points
North and including a few from Miami Beach, sat at tables decorated
with yel'ow glads and deep blue candles embossed with silver Cards
in the Kismet room topped off the afternoon.
miss lAMAta win-.,
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
rrX* STRICT WftVfSKM Of TM VAA* RAfASRtRTHS
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
ntnnmaa 1 rmtwmiKS nnnoor kjhmhc
310 Collins Ave.
Ph. JE 2-3571
Miami Beach
Jo All Greefmms
Boulevard Floral Gardens
CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS
Poinsetla Plants. VbtmA Bouquets $1X0
Cclorwd CluhtoeoB Trews
FLOWERS BT WMK flB BfUYltT
3031 ftiscayne Boulevard
Phone Fit 4-5017
I AJ1P 7.AH-^A

* Zttt, V-- AK> < U v,r, BROiMt" HS'FK c*=?
. in the S"ris..;k Mts.. n a aewti'.i ioj-k "1 lafta > m <.
, ">w Vrti City *n "* water aoe-t*. i-c>uai Horwbmt, p.
I Twn.1 Cef. Cjiw -s 9. ."eeinfl. Art* ; c
, D-ewia. Muetc Oaace. etc. D'ETAWv L*W5 OSSERvEO Mature taff
f educators e> nunam. WeeiaiiH Oectew A Nurses.
? PHILIP POLLACK. Owawr-Otr. M.am. BeacH *Mm: JE 2 JS*
*" V> OM*m; 44 Caurt St.. B-">*wr.
3410 C0RAI WAY
0 m,ni; Nrfht
mi
163rd STIE^
SMTPIXC 0&*
arsoqs
fri*>
*;**
m*
L
___-__jj--mmM



jay, March 28. 1958
+Je*ist ThriU^n
15-B
%\
HISS MAIAMU7
MISS SfilMll
MISS SPITZEf
MISS BUD
,itzer, Forber
iking Plans
>r Aug. Wedding
engagement of KarharlTtp
Mrs. Burton B. Davis, 43 SW 25thiuntey in the Carillon hotel, Miami
rd. Bcacb.
Miss Malamut attends the Uni-| Mrs. Sih-erman is the daughter
versity of Miami. \%I Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Rud-
MT. Davis is a graduate of Mor-
gan Park Military Academy in
Chicago, attended the University
er to Donald L. Father,-son of of INnojB, and graduated from the
and Mrs. Lester Farber of
enport. la., is announced by
bride-elect's mether, Mrs.
ph Spitzcr of Miaanl Beach.
couple if planning an Aeajust
Ping.
ss Spitzer graduated from
n Beach High School, attsnd-
be University of Florida, and
pw attending the University of
ii. She is a member of Alpha
|on Phi sorority.
Farber. also a Miami Beach
| graduate, received his Bache-
degree frorm the University
iiami, and will graduate from
law school in June. He is a
iber of Alpha Epsilon Pi social
piity, and Tau Epsilon Rho
fraternity.

Bild-Galowit*
Iversity of Miami graduates
IMaxine Bild and Morton Gal-
|are planning a June wedding,
is the daughter of Mr. and
ienry Bild, 4800 Pinetree dr.,
\i Beach. He is the son of
and Mrs. Philip Galowitz of
klyn, N.Y.
JUM, Miss Bi-J was a mem-
ff Delta Phi Epsilon, and Mr.
vitz was a member of Phi Ep-
iPi.

Malamut Davit
engagement of Carole Debra
mi and Ronald Lee Davis is
unccd by the parents of the
elect, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mal-
of Forest Hills, N.Y.
Davis is the son ef Mr. and
University of Miami where le is
now studying law.
He hi a member ef Pi Lambda
Phi and Tu Easiton Rho legal
[rMen wres.

Shimel Rath
nfc, 6381 SW 63rd ave. The bride-
greom's parents are Mrs. Morris
Edelberg. of Oak Park, 111., and
the late Mr. Jacob Silverman.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity oi Miami and the Davis Insti-
tute of Technology. Mr. Silverman
is a graduate of the University of
Miami where he was president of
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity.
After a honeymoon in the West
Edelsteins Reveal
Marilyn's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Edal-
stein, 2281 SW 19th ler., Miami,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Marilyn Nessa, to Leon-
ard Eugene Tupler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred J. Eilish, Spring Val-
ley, N.Y.
Miss Edelstein is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, where
she was a member of Phi Sigma
Tau Council She also attended the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville and Tobe-Coburn School for
Fashion Careers in New York City.
Mr. Tupler is a graduate'of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, and
he also attended the University of
Florida, where he was affiliated
with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
He recently finished six months
of active duty at Ft. Jackson in
the U.S. Army, and now intends to
return to Spring Valley, where he
is engaged in the building con-
struction field.
No date for the wedding has
been set.
A fall wedding is being planned | Indies, the couple will live in Illi-
by Miss Arlenan Shimel, 1115 nois.
Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach,
and Morton N. Roth.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Shimel of Long Is*
land, N.Y. He is the son of Mrs.
Harry Roth, 1370 Monad ter., Mi-
ami Beach, and the late Mr. Roth.
Miss Shimel graduated from
New York State Institute of Ap-
plied Arts and Sciences.

Rudnick Silverman
Miss Diane Sue Rudnik became
Berry
Koenit Berry
Susan Koenig; and Allen
Witt he married on May 7.
Announcement is made by the
Bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Charles J. Koenit, Carlsiadt, N.J.
and Highland Mills, N.Y. Mr. Berry
h the son of Mc and Mrs. Jack
Berry of Miami.
Miss Koenig is a junior at the
UhrversHy of Miami where she is
a member ef Phi Sigma Stgwa
the bride of Leslie Silverman Sat- sorority.

tpenaeble
eitlc Help
liable Day
|Workers V JBefltV
|M.t 5th St. Ft 94401
AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner
mm mmhit* tmsniN
MISS 6411 ftflVD
Miss Fund, Daniel
Jaffe to Marry
Miss Garl Iris Fund and Darnel
Henry Jaffe are engaged. The
couple have not as yet set wed-
ding date.
Announcement of the couple's
bethrothal is made by the bride-
elect's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Reu-
ben Fund, 1701 SW 17th ave.
Her finace is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. WiHiarn Jaffe, 162 Shore dr.
S.. Bay Heights.
Miss Fund graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School. Mr. Jaffe
also graduated from Miami Senior
High, and is now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is pledging
Alpha Epsilon Phi fraternity.
He is a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Her Fiance Has
Miami Business
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Jaffee,
f 848 80th st., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Carole, to Sheldon Lloyd
Baer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Baer, 20550 University blvd.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, and at-
tended the University of Miami.
She is past vice president of Clara
Hirsch Landau B'nai B'rith Young
Women.
Mr. Baer is a graduate of Cleve-
land Heights High School, received
his degree from Ohio State Univer-
sity school of business, and is pres-
ently engaged in business in Mi-
ami. .
June 1 is the couple's wedding
Miss Vengel Eyes
Rites in Summer
Mr. and Mrs. David Vengel. 2632
SW 30th ave.. Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Mickey, to Alfred Jay Meltaer.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Meltzer. 1425 SW 18th st.,
Miami.
The bride-elect will graduate
from Miami Senior High School in
June.
Her fiance is now attending the
University of Florida engineering
school and is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity.
The couple are planning to be
married in the summer.
nifjs ancsTfT riHGii
MEN'S FORMAL WEAR
SALES and RENTALS
"From a Small Wedding to a Large Convention"
DINNER JACKETS TAILS
WHITE ft IN COLORS INCLUDING TOP HATS
TUXEDOS A -CANES
ffiEAL SXLK STROLLERS
CUTAWAYS RING BEARER SUITS
South flor 14m't Urges! Qm4V Exclusive Men's formal Wr
ALL ACCESSORIES INCLUDING SHOES
M SlltS: SIM 2, MM' SIZE it STOUT EXTRA L0HG
STOUTS 0k HAND AT AIL TIMfS
FRankUn 9-8065
ACE FORMAL WEAR
1125 W. FLAGLER ST.
SEASON'S MffTMOS TO OUR MAMY JEWISH fRIENDS
SerWaa eVeefer Miami far Ovr 43 rears
AWNING AND TENT CO. INC.
M N.W. 22a*) STtiiT FHONI fl 4-1731
THOMAS RENTALS, INC
S501 N.w. 7ta AVENUE PHONE PI 1-4SW
Seganskys Buy Units
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Segansky
of Miami Beach are purchasers of
a 20-unit apartment building at
9201 E. Bay Harbor dr., Bay Har-
bor Island. The sale was handled
DON'T FORGET
let Us Send Your Fresh
Fruit Baskets for Passover.
Beautifully arranged and de-
livered. Take care of your
shopping by calling
FRUIT BASKET
DELUXE
HI 3-1069
Hospital and Condolence
Baskets a Specialty.
by S. D. S. Cipes,- Realtors, of 1077
95th st, and the sellers were Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Robbins.
MASSAGE
Webber Bros. Swedish Massage
COLONICS
Dierher Colonic Irrigations
STEAM BATHS
FR 4-0t4 M E. 1st Street
10 A.M. 8 P.M.
Home and Hotel Calls
roGUST imos k\ i
\T'
3
<
the borne at
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
erag. U.S. pat. off.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. UOTEIDAU WIST PALM BEACa
UPHOLSTERING
We do more than
REUPHOLSTER.
We restyle vour furni-
ture to look BETTER
than new with the fin-
est quality fabrics.
All Our Feorics in
Cili-eww Fln'H -
CUSTOM MAOI FURNITURE
FMf ESTIMATENO OBLIGATION
SLIP COVERS CORNICES
Who*) i'i Uphelitered by Dr. Lewie
It'e eet te be flood
HOMES
HOTELS
MOTELS
All Wo>k Fully Gunranteed Oat 29 Teen h vesw Geerentee
Louie's Upholstery
5990 H.W. 7*fc AVI. MIAMI PHONI PL 1 -3785


f the H*c**
saeet Itadt' U P
hMt KDr < Mrs.
Cabin By-laws
: -ke
Gat-
Caras
a :.-r
..' BM pn
CbJIbbJ i$ ter
HetaacaeatVk
to be the topic of
of the Mum Beach
Ceater. 21st aad
aie
Passover Greetings
o>w
ate* aad ts joatij ijioinrrl by
the Muai Beach Becreatjoa De
partnaeat aad
Adah Edacatasa
PnJcia flowed lip* Aide
O. M PoihiT former JUs:
Beach ilifcn BMpcctor has hrea
to the past of >ws?aal city
Pashhai was ajjiiaatrd to the
port by City Mr. Morru S Upp
raabim has heea an official of the
Beach bsshhac deparaaeat for
ore thaa 20 yean aad ha
a* taaartaaeal Bhaal .

TMHhf Pew*Jes CM Dwcc
Yoaa( Peoples CWb of Dade
Heights Jewish CTy Cea-
ter snB hood a daace Satarday ewe-
jubjj at the Ceater. ltl0 .VW 2ad
are Chaanaea of tha teea-ajers f
l are Mr aad Mr* Seiij Milker
MMmbIi
Sole
Sisterhood of the HialeabMiami
Spriags Jewuh Ceater will h**e
a rasasaage sale Tharsday Apr. 3
I a ib at Stereo's urket.
KW 2Ttb are. Miami Chair-
is Mtsa Mae Gotdaua.
MMfke/fo Pork Dmcc
MaatteeOo Park PTA will bold a
daace Satarday ereniaf at the Cea-
ter. la charge of reservations is
Mrs. B Boreasteia. Mosae is by
-"oe Beckeraian aad has orchestra.
Relief Civ*
Mesafaers aad fneads of the
Behef Ctah of Greater
at at the Alcazar hotel
at -





Had TOM
fOf IbmbA fksh
Rowers for
Remembrance
-j rttas-
LAtGE cmd COMPUTE
saicriw, rot
FASSOVfff
THE EXOTIC
GARDENS, Inc.
4*7
rucua iTtHT
n test*
M 4-2*41
27W *.. 17* M
I S-4S14
IB Mi
m.
VJ+23
*r*

FWWORUfc
your
passover meals
Wftf)
Mixed Fruit
S3 MIXED FRUITUiS
etc Mrs m i*a mi m
of Birds fro"
p>fc*yw aasd far
QdJaroaM/13/tt Ihaj
39
11/51 I hail oil frti nnrtuQi parfoosar I
Whole STRAWBERRIES i-45
GREEN PEAS
2 for
FRENCH FRIES
Birdseye Frvits, Vegetables and Potatoes Are Kosher
MEAT PIES 29
Chicken Dinners 69

^*UltrTS
_J
CB#Bir,.vBB*&\ _
SUNILAND DELICATESSEN
IMS WASMJMCTOM A TOW* MtAAN MAO
TRACKTENBERG KOSHER FOOD MARKET
1323 AVBMK. MUM MACK
REACH FO00 CENTER
1421 WASMHCTON ATOMK. MUM] KACM
BOB'S FOOD MARKET
1114 MOtMANBV Mlfl, MIAMI KACN
TROPKAi KOSHER MOO MARKET
132S WASNMSTOM AVBMK. MIAMI wIAC-
M. I M. MEAT AND P001TRY MARKET
441 fSTAMMA WAT. MIAMI BfACM
0RMMA1 NfW YORK tSAT MARKET
757 WASMBJSTM AVtMBf. MIAMI BtACB
SOUrTS MARKET
14M UMOI AVOBM. MhUM BIBCB


reparing Your Home for Passover
ihdliewiisltUElliDiciidtiiaun
Miami. Florida. Friday, March 28, 1958
Section C
The traditional way to make a Seder
i
CANDLIS are
lighted by the
tnolhrr ( the
bouse to usher in
ihr (estiva! of Pass-
over. The benedic-
tion which he pro-
nounce* over the
randies give* a re-
ligious meaning to
thii simple act. An
abundance ol light
symbolizes joy and
fettivity. and the
?oft candle-glow
add* an aura of
spirituality to the
Srder table.
2
A CUP OF WINE
i* placed at each
table letting. The
lanctification of
the Holiday i pro-
nounced over the
first cup. Three ad-
ilitiona! cup* are
drunk during the
cour*e of the
Seder, making a
total of four, to
symbolize the four
expression* of the
Lord'* promise to
redeem the chil-
dren of Israel ami
deliver thrm from
Imndagc.
3
THI HAOGADAH
literally "thi- tell-
tag") contain* the
complete Sedrr
ceremonies in their
prescribed order
(tetter). The first
part of the book,
concerned mainly
with the tory of
the Jew*' deliver-
ance from Egypt,
1* read beforr the
meal. After dinner
follows the second
portion consisting
of prayers of praise
and thank* to the
Almighty.
4
MATZOH repre-
sents the "bread of
affliction" eaten by
the Jews in Fgypt,
and also the bread
that had lo be baked
during their hasty'
flight when there
was no time for
leavening. Three
maiiol are placed
in the Seder tray.
Half the middle
maltoh, saved for
the Ajikomon des-
sert), i* playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ransomed for a
prize.
5
THI Z'ROAH,
roasted shank
bone, is placed on
the Seder tray. It
represents the an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paschal lamb
(Peimehl which
had to be eaten
roasted. Pest It, the
Hebrew name for
Passover, also re-
fers to the Lord's
passing over (pot-
ach) the Jewish
homes during the
plague visited upon
the Egyptian lira-
born.
6
THI IIITZAH.
a roasted egg
placed left of the
Troah, symbolizes
the required offer-
ing brought on all
festivals In the
Temple. The egg,
while not itself sac-
rificed, to used in
the Seder aa it is
the Jewish symbol
( mourning (in
this case for the
loss of the Temple
where the sac-
rifices were
brought).
7
'THI fd-AROR
or "bitter herbs"
usually horserad-
ish) is placed in
the middle of the
tray and symbol-
izes the Jews' bit-
ter suffering under
the Egyptian yoke.
Directly below ia
the Ckatereth, an-
other piece of bit-
ter herbs, com-
memorating the
custom of rating
Mar or sandwiched
between two pieces
of MtUok.
8
THI CHAROSIT.
placed beneath the
Z'roah. is a mix-
ture of chopped
apple, nuts, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar uaed by
the Jews in build-
ing the palaces and
pyramids of Egypt
during centurie* of
forced labor. Be-
fore the fiver to
eaten, it to dipped
tat* the Ckmretet
9
THI KARPAS,
a piece of parsley
or lettuce placed to.
the left of the
Charostt, symbol-
izes the meager
diet of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
It to dipped into
salt water in re-
membrance of the
tears they shed in
their misery. The
Karpat also signi-
fies Springtime,
the season of Pass-
10
THI COP Of IU-
JAH, filled with
wine, is kept on
the table through-
oat the Seder in
the hope that the
Prophet Elijah
may appear as a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the midst
of their memories
of the past, the
Jews look forward
to the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
and brotherhood.
tmmm aavkto our^wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Spiritual Leader in Special Advice to Floridians
By Rabbi Joseph I. Rackovsky
Beth Tfilah Congregation
*'hiit the Jewish population in
Qrida must know about Pass-
er:
[Friday, Apr. 4. the day preced-
Passover, the first born in the
Irmly must fast unless he attends
1 "Siyum B'chorim" at the syna-
reue or another "S'udas Mitz-
M." Ask your rabbi regarding
f* Siyum.
[No matzoh may be eaten on Fri-
PV before the Seder.
[The last time to eat chometz on
["day, Apr. 4. is 9:34 a.m.
From i:34 until 3:44 p.m. po-
tato pudding, matxoh-mcal psjd-
dln9, kneidlach, eggs, potatoes
|in any form, fruit, moat. cheese
|my b* eaten.
After 344 p.m.. fruit is permissl-
e in case of great need. Coffee.
nUk, tea (kosher i'Pesach) may be
P*d the whole day. In preparation
ir the ritual Seder ceremony, it
is necessary for everyone to fami-
liarize himself with the following
terms and words used:
"Seder" means order. It refers
to the order and the program of
the ritual ceremony of Passover
eve which every Israelite has to
perform in his home for his family.
If. however, it is impossible for
one to perform the Ritual Seder at
his home, he may take part in a
public Seder.
Haggadah" means "saying."
This refers to the story M Pass-
over which is told and read at the
Seder.
"K'oroh" means "platter." and
it refers to the platter upon
which the specific matxoh. herbs
and meats needed for the Sexier
are placed.
"Hesaiba" means "leaning" or
reclining." It refers to the lean-
ing which is a part of the Pass-
over Seder. It symbolizes freedom.
"Ifatxoh" is the unleavened
bread used at the Seder. It is a
symbol of "haste" in memory of
the Jews who were driven out ot
Efeypt in haste. We place three
matzohs on the K'oroh. These
three matzohs symbolize the three
classes of our people: the Koha-
nim. Levites and Israelites. It sig-
nifies that the road to freedom is
unity and equality of aU classes.
"Karpas" means "sweet vege-
tables" (such as potatoes, celery,
cucumbers etc.) used in the Seder
as a symbol of freedom.
"Moror" means "bitterness."
referring to the "bitter herbs"
used at the Seder. This symbol-
ises the bitter struggle of our
ancestors In Egypt. The most
proper vegetable to be used for
Moror is lettuce, though raw
horse-radish may also bo used
if you eon eat the futl measure
needed for the Seder.
"Charosis" is a mixture of ap-
ples, nuts, cinnamon, ginger and
wine. It represents and symboliz-
es the mortar and clay at which
our forefathers worked in Egypt.
"Zroah" is a roasted piece of
meat and bone in remembrance
of the "Korban Pesach." the Pas-
chal Lamb, eaten by our forefath-
ers in the Holy Temple.
"Baitzah" is a hard-boiled egg
and represents the festival offer-
ings of the Holy Temple.
Arba Kosos" means the "four
cups of wine" which each and
every one of us is obligated to
drink during the Seder ceremony
at his home.
"Afikomen" means "bring forth
the food." In our days it refers to
the half matzoh hidden away at
the beginning of the meal, signi-
fied by the word "Zofun," mean-
ing "hidden." It is eaten at the
very end of the Seder ceremony
before saying Grace. It symbolizes
the eating of the "Paschal Lamb"
at the Sancutary. No food may be
eaten after the eating of the "Afi-
komen."
What to Do
Hours Before
First Seder
American JevrywrWohseTve the
regulations of Passover have the
satisfaction of thus obeying divine
commandments and the know-
ledge that they are also helping to
assure the continuity of their peo-
ple.
Life in modern America is
vastly different from that known
This timetable guide for pre-
paring your home for Passover lias
been developed by the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America.
by Jewish communities of other
times and lands, but the basic
rules of Passover observance re-
main changeless. To assure their
continued and correct observance
for Passover 5718. this timetable
has been prepared.
The first Seder of Passover
5718 take* place during the eve-
ning of Apr. 4. At thia event
Jews everywhere in the free
world will gather at festive
Passover tables to re-tell the
story of the slavery of our fore-
fathers in Egypt, the flight to
freedom and the wandering in
the desert. From this historic
experience come the two key
words in the requirements for
Passover observance: "cha-
metz" and "matzoh."
When the children of Israel
fled from Egypt under the lead-
ership of Moses the Lawgiver,
they were forced to hake their
bread before there was time for
the dough to leaven. They, there-
fore, ate matzoh, unleavened
bread. This epic in the struggle
for freedom is epitomized in the
Jewish home during Passover by
Ihe following:
Thursday, Apr. 3 It is assumed
that all your Passover shopping
has been completed. Because so
much of what we eat these days
is purchased at the grocery rather
than prepared at home, the im-
portance of knowing how to shop
for Passover becomes more ur-
gent each year.
We are commanded neither
to eat nor to have in our homes
during the eight days of Pass-
over any form of leavened
broad. The smallest amount of
ehametz makes the entire pro-
duct unfit for Passover use.
Specifically, foods made from
wheat, rye. barley, oats and
millet, or from flour of any of
these can become ehametz.
Rice, peas and all typos of
beans are not permissible.
Fluids containing or made from
alcohol, or vinegar derived from
the fine grains, are ehametz. as
is any product containing grain
vinegar. Ordinary flour may not
be used in baking or cooking.
Potato flour or Passover matzoh
meal may be used.
It is best not to rely on your
own judgment in deciding what
products at your grocery need
rabbinic certification to be ac-
ceptable for Passover use. Mod-
ern food technology has become
unbelievably complicated, invol-
ving the use of ingrelients and
by-products whose sources are
known only to food technologists
and to qualified rabbinic super-
visors. The only guarantee that
the products you buy are depend-
ably Kosher L'Pesach is certifi-
cation by recognized rabbinic au-
thority. Soch a Kosher L'Pesach
emblem should clearly be an au-
thentic part of the label printed
on the container by the manufac-
turer.
Kitchen and eating tools
should bo specifically pur-
chased for Passover uae and
Continued on Pago 10C


Pcqw 2C
>Umis*nurrt&r
Dafni Takes on New Post With UJA
in Xew
NEW YORK
former Israel C
York, has
of the
Jewish Appeal, it
by Rabbi Herbert
exeesuve rice eh
mas of the L'JA. Date ass t
ceed Shiaan PAitabere. who
been honorary inatunHTJM
the Luted Jewah Appeal is
lor the past tea years.
United Jewr-h Appeal office
Israel facilitates visits of
UJA
s. aad serve! as
with the Jewish Agency, tV philaa-
tbropte organization which adass-
proerams hi Israel fi-
i greatest port through
la aenosaeiag Dais's appoia?-
r---. BahM Prteahaaa seeta I
that, -as the 2*h Lfe-saviag r
pi.zn.cA the UJA gets saber way.
ire fortunate to Have as abie
aad experienced a haad as leaven
Dalai to reareieat as m IsraeL
ha btjbj
isasml
He raited the Csitsd Stabm for
14 moam* starve J *
Kmser of a special aasaos frca
Iwoet and reru-rned to the States
post aMIWBM Israel Coa-
sa) far fie seres westera states
warn the L-wiir seat la.' Aa-
eeses. la MSI. bark uj Israel, be
served the Israel Foreign Ministry
m a doable eaaaeay-as press affi-
rer aad ssaatesaaaa for the Fames
araaatrr^aTarVe Forengs Mav
. representative on the Israel
Arab Mixed
Budget
^ '*
of Israel is m any *.
aaa of stoical ^
HOUSTON. Tex. - fancied 'be-nelaAi- -.
.:*
One
fereace
an* the
feral
* the revihsw.
i at the daaac an
- Arab resasaj to reraejb>;
****."T: *"."?. Btieal facts of a SJitTafi
number of aab-Zust resofct*** M ^^ ^ J^ L.
Other iiiihstissi acknowledged Fast. It also a arced ajaj!
that "the State of Israel has pro-.P*nssy.ist &qms
vsiedrefu^forBtaayJewishVic -r^ n,,^,, ^
urns of eaaflart aad disaster and UBi|fd j,^ Ce*eraaai<
voiced the hope that the citizens every action pssssfc as*
I develop a stable, sary to earrert .,a tht |
-peatefu: and prssperaus sotsst, I '*T~,:."f ** Arab I
^ ,other Arab iT.^-ratioo tkatl
the saoao linta. *he AJC icaas of Jewish faith krtt i
a) tjoaal rights other thas km.
njtm ami
He was
riei m New York aad
the Israel Office of
Jury. BO. la MSJ. he became Is-
rael director of the Aaaenea-Urael:
Caataral Faaaastiou and served in
recently.
"The mas he succeeds fcts rer-
oered irrvatvobie service to the
UJA far ever a decade. Snfcwno
E ttnttry Kas welcomed cawr-
rss drrSwe, iTWwi personal fries
frttoi trie wrvVwd States, sn ec the way er theea m tieaes at
stress earn tors^oa. and freely r*-
forod his serv.ees *o ovr eraar -
xar-.on in to. vine *e roes* intri-
cate proalasai reomriog conawn-
-*' tae* and tSe ir***** ""
eenv-ty. Hrs i olaraa for pvt-
tinp visitors from mil waaks ei
Me a* their ease was was by
smi'tkirm effort. Kis work has
had a aVad efert on tSe sue
cess e* UJA eampagns o-ror the
past :kis*
Dafn;. who wifl itprueat the
CJA" orlkiatty aa Israel was bora
ib Yaaasarria. edacated m Vieaaa
! paaai I Pawtafiaa hi :*^
He was aa* of the co foanders of
ev. the first Jewish settle-
joaj -* *i |an *.:r s| tht Hi
of Galilee. la lMe. be volunteered
for the British Army aad served
for over five years in the Westera
Desert. Greece. Crete and Syria.
Merehcuits Pick
Top Excutives
dhaoL North !af
X3. he took charge of a
group of Jewish paratroopers wbo
dropped behind the enemy Unes in
Yugoslavia pilots and prisoners of war.
as *e0 as Jewish refugees wbere-
ever they might be found. He re-
turned to his settlement in IMS
from the Bnt-
a
. --. -
executive
week.
hlarta Bnthsrhihl was
ed first nee chairman, and Ima*.
Sf Ellis, second nee chairman.
The faUoasag were appointed to
the executive committee of the
Merchants Division: Leo A. Chai-
km. Moms Lerner. Lo-
Krams. Samuel Wrubel. Harry
Bertman. Sam Gomherg. Sy How-
ard. Mitchell Potter. Mrs. Marga-
ret Auerbach. Ben Sabin. Ricaard
Deutschman.
Walter Waxman. Morris Sarnow. I
Florence Kroul. H. Oren. Jack:
Stein. D. C. Johnson. David Har-
der. Joseph Smuckler, David Po-
kart. Boris Pritcher. Sylvia Milsen.
*Leoa Michaels Paul Pasternak.
Ditrrhuted by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC
373 N.E. 61 sf Street ??>*> PL
5JU0M0 l.ilhiilG
MORE
DELICIOUS





...uitb Imported
Swiss Knight
Cheese!
The nut-sweet savor of true,
hmported Gmyere cheese gives
aea* tmt to food cad beverages
Wonderful for TV smacks, aad
ss a dessert or luacbeos treat.
Package contains < handy
Iwte-size'' wedges. Try Swiss
Knight today!
Imported
Swiss Knight
PS
SWISS
PLAVCt
MAKES PASSOVER
A REAL 1'OM TOY!
Cbeck Tfcese liens on r>jr Mexf Shopping Lit:
LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS:
e CUCUMstl DIIICHT
COOKSrfi lOtSCMT
Of IUXC
Plam TOMATOfS
MOtSEIAD^M
SAUUK1AUT
KOSMCI rXKUS
HORSAOISH A MO HITS
Pimi DUICNT
Kunhvr tor Passover
no^tn
wstr Saecrvuiao of
THE ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ewer, Director
S4ashoro Food and Pikle Prt>dacaS
PHONE MU 1-3541
^adAo^le
'rV^sfe^'


March 28, 1958
*Jewlst>rkrM**f7
'amora Rally to Open
\$150,000 Fund Drive
The Zamora Jewish Center of Coral Gables will officially open its
SO 000 building fund drive with a rally Sunday in the Center's audi-
t ni at 44 Zamora ave. Two hundred persons are expected to attend
i 8 30 p.m. event.
Principal address will be given
by Circuit Judge Ray H. Pearson,
who is also chairman of the board
of Grace Methodist Church. Judge
Pearson, an active member of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, will speak on "Signifi-
cance of the Zamora Building
Fund Campaign to Our Commun-
ity."
fon't Solicit
iash Donations
For Additional Stories
See Page 4-C
lay
One striking characteristic of
current campaign for Zamora
jsh Center in Coral Gables is
cash contributions are dis-
H ed." building fund chairman
Id D. Yanks explained Wed-
feday.
'Our campaign committee is
king that each prospective con-
butor purchase a memorial in
tmory of a loved one or an hon-
|al dedicated to their family
ne or to the children of the fam-
Tbe prospective contributor
en has acquired a threefold
nefit. Ho has mad* a desir-
le purchase for something he
have wanted for many
ars, he get a tax deduction
cause of his purchase, and he
r$ made n invaluable contri-
tion to the building of eur new
nter."
ibraham Maloff, honorary pres-
t of Zamora Jewish Center,
that "we of Zamora can look
< just nine years to 1949 when
Siandful of families met and or-
pized themselves into a group,
bun as 'the First Jewish Con-
cation of Coral Gables.' This
rind group of founders includ-
Sam and Sylvia Altman, Joe
I Tillie Ostrie, Arthur and Ade-
Deutsch, Sam and Winnie
enowich, Ruth and Arthur
rok, Lucy and Ben Friedman,
111 and Jerri Zerler, Max and
ah Friedson, Abraham J. and
kh Maloff, Laurice and Paul
ece. Gcrt and Ed Weich, Al and
in Wyner, Lee and Ann Platt.
on and Hannah Honig, Ester and
Rodgers, Ruth and Murray
rson, Jean and Jack Kay.''
Maloff recalled that "those early
pnths. filled with enthusiasm and
pe, saw the members meeting
services in the living rooms,
ck lawns, renting of a store and
fcn the hiring of the Coral Gables
Jiseum for High Holy Day ser-
ies. This last was in 1949."
In the spring of 1950, the mem-
rs purchased a lot on the corner
I Zamora and Galiano. Passover
1951 saw the first Seder con-
Icted in the still unfinished syn-
logue. The members and guests
no attended services had to
Jge wires and temporary lights
had been strung overhead, so
lal the Temple would not be in
Irkness.
I That was the beginning The
fcst has been history
Results of the advance gifts
phase of the drive will be an-
nounced at the rally by Abra-
ham Maloff, challenge gift*
chairman. The campaign pro-
gram and the building plant will
be discussed and explained.
Other program participants will
be Gerald D. Yanks, Abraham
Maloff, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz,
Joel Cohen, Mrs. Anna Catsman,
Nathan Davidow, Sam Miller, Mrs.
Sylvia Altman, Mrs. Tillie Ostrie
and Col. Sydney Palmer.
The rally will, initiate a cam-
paign of active house-to-house me-
morial sales by the general gifts
committee under the chairmanship
of Ed Solomon and Mrs. Sam
Rabenowich.
First meeting of building fund campaign com-
mittee for new addition to Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter discusses timely topic at home of Nathan
Davidow, president. Shown (counterclock-
wise) are Jerome Freedman, Dr. Jacob Colsky,
Sam Silverman. Davidow, Saul Rubin, cam-
paign director, Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Gerald
Yanks, campaian chairman. Rabbi L. Leon
Hurwitz, Mrs. Irving Davidow, Mrs. Lillian
Kwart, Harry Green. Mrs. Sam Silverman. Mr.
and Mrs. David Kivel. Mrs. Al Engel. M. D.
Perelman, Al Engel, Morris Moskowitz and
Max Singer.
The committee is composed of
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Perelman, Mrs.
Irving Simons, Abe Pragerson.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Morris
Moskowitz, Nat Davidow, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Silverman, Ed Solomon,
Mrs. Joseph Ostrie, Irving Simons,
Harry Green.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kivel, Mrs.
Al Engel, Mrs. Hannah Honig, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Miller, Mrs. Jerry
Yanks, Mrs. Harry Marks. Mrs.
Morris Moskowitz, Mrs. Sam Alt-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raben-
owich.
LAND 0' SUN DAIRIES
takes pride and pleasure in again announcing that it will be privileged to
serve its many Jewish patrons with
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Milk and Dairy Products
Under the Supervision of
UNITED BALABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH of Greater Miami
NOW!

ford and Games Party
American Jewish Congress, Dade
fen's chapter, will hold a card
nd games party Saturday evening
(ho Ocean Lounge of the Roney
pza hotel.
President Harry Levy said the
Sar. 29 gathering is open to the
general community. General chair-
nan is Louis B. Hoberman.
SELTZER
Delivered to Veer
Home, Restaurant
or Hotel for
PASSOVtR
HOLIDAYS
I Call FR 1-0789
BABAD'S
SPARKLING
SEtTZtR CO.
PHONE
JE1-5537
TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS
U
m

OR ORDER FROM ROUTE SALESMAN


4C
Friday
Zamora Center's Dream is Realized


Rabbi Hurwitz ~ "ZTJZTJZ ~
Offers Message -* -*-
ad .- v
- -;
Aizohaa Mokfl ar tbaae Zcznora i*w-_ii 3esar 4|
Staailmj Comdil Ycnks and Rabbi B. Lean a**J
m mm -m
Do*bw
* tatr
._ i : i
t*e taercd
Kinard Elected
NCCJ Chairman

:
W

In honor of the onoenf prescriptions
observed by Jewish people during their
iovous f hi niton of
Upton is proud and happy to announce that
Kohn has owordod His respected seal to...
Hersch
m
--
las a
Calr. Dr.
Wmgrn I
Cafe-? I
Dr J. L te.
tr. Fnaf E
r Dm
- I
i !
5e4 Setc Sets SKJM;
Tin.* Apr.*
M 3M ha hm i ad 'hi
*^ wctk't Mad em. aecaroaag
* Fn*k O Ptb. Ji
f tfce teal
Sideti.
I*r C a*
LIPTON
KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER
BETTER
BECAUSE IT'S BRISK
Upton's brisk
ifn r m.
r Ok US* a
fl
is so satisfying lifts your
Perfect for Derkvikung!
o the special way I
Pekoe and Pekoe teas.
And of that good
extra
ovor is yours for only about
Tea today. Discover the
waits you in every cup!


jay, March 28, 1958
*Jewish fhrkttar
Page 5C
industrialist Makes Gift to Harvard
[BOSTONA gift from A. M. i Harvard Yard in Cambridge. The
Sonnabend. Boston industrialist | university hopes to use the build
, business executive, as trustee Iin* Provide c0,le **"* tor
L Sonnabend Foundation. wiH n additional 80 freshmen next fall.
il,l,- Harvard University to ac-1 A gift of $150,000 from Sonna
Ere the Roosevelt apts., near bend to the program for Harvar 1
College is included in his agree-
ment to sell the building to the uni-
versity.
Sonnabend. a member of the class
of 1918, is president of the Hotel
Corporation of America, chairman
of the board of Botany Woolen
Mills, trustee of A. M. Sonnabend
Properties, director of Columbia
Pictures Corporation, Ward Baking
Company and Thermoid Corp.
His gift was announced by Alex-
ander M. White, general chairman
of "A Program for Harvard Col-
lege," over a seven-city telephone
hook-up to alumni recently lunch-
Seder Services listed
Blackstone hotel will hold tradi-
tional Seder services Apr. 4 and 5.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, of the Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum, will officiate.
ing in Cambridge, New York, Pitts-
burgh, Columbus, Chicago, Indian-
apolis and Minneapolis.
THIS PASSOVER... BE A
& 4 HOUSEWIFE
FAB for all heavy laundry
New improved Fab washes clothes
cleaner, whiter, brighter, more last-
ingly odor-free than any other wash-
day product in the world!
No wonder New Fab is approved
and recommended by the nation's lead-
ing manufacturers of fabrics and cloth-
ing! u
Yes, the men who make the clothes
you wear now say: "Wash them in New
FAB!" New FAB is the only washday
product that contains miracle Duratex!
i
Gll Mfoth
CIMIOEUTHtl
and Dodo-.id feo'

Buy only
these 3
fine products of
Colgate-Palmolive
I
All 3 certified
Kosher for
PASSOVER.
11113
NEW1 AJAX with
Miracle Chlorine Bleach
Wipes off stains faster than any other*
type of cleanser. New. fresher, cleaner
smell! Safe for hands! Whitening mir-
acle on sinks and tubs! Brightening
miracle on pots apd pans! "Foaming
Action" Aj.it /If-/* GREASB and
STAIN right doutt *be dram!
ANSEff.
""*li
Everything you
need for all
your Passover
cleaning


UTTBt TO TNI BITQI
'Marjorie1 an Expression of Judaism
EDITOft.Ths
The
daytime and 255 at night.
LOUIS I. HURVINS
tar." to suit* Judaism
me 1a ail it* glory. It a.
oar good and sable quahtia* aad try from eaest "f***" fii"
belittles as weD as fades inj the barsta throae* w*a bnfoaat rays
m" ^rojatandne abost as* So Geanie who has
Beiaa^a aaorie faa for deeadaa. aartara. csaid escape the
this u the first bme I heard the m* eflerts thas will hare aa
reading of the Torah and eertiei biases aad areas!
pated at a Passover Seder whilst
under the influence of the screes.
Tht heritage, tradition* aad
storal aaaaajwl of our soos4o aad
faith soothing in the blood of
Marjorie brought her initial ably
to a happy ending, wttit* thooo of
her sisters in crood who hov*
shod those lightly atido ondod up
with tragedy if i
itseH.
YUOEL TOWAH
EOrTOt. The
There u a very
very party ed
i peasats aa E.
thssk sag* to he
l
at- whs I
care af at
A picture like this will do more
to boost our morale than aarthisg'
else I know of.
Religion is a sublime MstisMt I
and when blended with life is as
inseparable as the dipt ose u fr
the six zeroes that follow a m the
figure million.
This film will do more to stiara-
:tA smraoal grc -
amongst oar teen-ager? thaa
asass from all the palpus of the
land.
M*r aria was heiress to *
Bssjwa of foaaX fsai If iw*e od
inna** Bfoafstwj purfy w+iiefc on-
As a Tisifor h yowr fair eiry.
I was sroaHy dntvrhod to saa
him there- Is then
that can bo dans for him?
I hare sees him Bights as
as is the daytime. Last
I zare htm J1JS for a 13c bag af
awl he baas, my baad
-
He j miss if 5 E. FTagler ic tie
TO Sftvf rom
PASSOVER
YfJffJS
YELDA
DAIRY
Will Provide
KOSHER FOt
PASSOVER
Milk
(roam
Heavy
(roam
Atk Your Driver ar
Phone Wl 7-3511
Surfside Elects
New Officials
fff Scawarz has bees e'.eet-
--- .-( --i :; in
the intssr lasi week bk aided Sid-
i*. nee mayor, aad li
Schaln-a".. a third member of the
-
jp were Sam Rabin, in-
cumbent vice mayor, and Can
Piver.
A total of 1.090 ballots were cast
out of a registration of 1.405. Hold-
overs are James Wendler and Lee
Howard.
Unattached Parent* Organize
Newly organized group of Par-
ents Without Partners will meet
Wednesday. 8 p m in the Univer-
sity room of the DuPoni Tarleiun
boteL
Aim of the organization is to
promote the exchange of ideas, mu-
tual understanding and companion-
ship aasoac uaattacbed parents.
Dr. Ted Aidman. consulting psy-
chologist, will talk on the special
problems of the children of unat-
. tacfaed parents, and will lead the
group in a round table discussion.
Dr. Aidman formerly taught at
the University of Wisconsin and
i the University of Miami.
KOSHER for PASSOVER
LIPSCHUTZ
New York State
WINE
Specially Sweetened Natural Wine
Produced and Bottled by
Monterey Mew York Wine Co., Inc.
Distributed by
Victor Wine & Liquor, Inc.
1323 N. Miami Ave.
FR 4-6141
Noted Composer
ToGet Degree
a> NEW YORK Leoaard Bern-
stem, composer aad coodnetor.
will be honored by Hebrew
Lsjoa College Jewish Iastitate of
Beugwa Bare Mar. SI far afo many
eoatnbwUoaa Is world eattare. The
Sft-year aid direetar af the New
York Philharmonic wi k, -,
ad aa-asarary I)acior sfila
fol
at
of America,
of Reform Juaaatm
ad.. -|
*iflalaakJ
***hwr*1,T School of Sacred Mas*,
eewter for Synagogue
CsOaaa-I
Hew/
SUf-BRtWIHG COmt
RABBI-APPROVED
FOR PASSOVER-
FOR SABBATH
and weekdays, too!
LOOK FOR
the "crown*
On the Smart
NEW LABEL,

the modern kosher coffee
that actually brews delicious
FRESH-ROASTED FLAVOR and AROMA
right in your cup!
You will enjoy that delicious fresh-rousted flavor and aroma
even on those occasions when you omit milk or cream. New
self-brewing Nescafe* Instant Coffee actually brews that
delicious fresh-roasted flavor and aroma right in your cup or
coffee server... right before your eyes. Its the modern coffee
miracle! Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbi J. H. Ralbag.
NEW SELF-BREWING
NESCAFE Instant Coffee
REALLY SATISFIES YOUR COFFEE HUNGER!


March 28. 1958
+Jewlsti ftorid Ian
Page 7-C
onta
inebl
eau
ON THI OCSAN AT 44th STRUT
TRADITIONAL
SEDER SERVICES
Conducted by
DR. IRVING LEHRMAM
Leading Spiritual Leader of the Soutb^.
CANTOR ISRAEL REICH
April 4 and 5
Hder tkt oospices of
Temple Emooael Sisterhood
Itwirolloni:
Banquet Deportment
JE 8-8311
or Temple fmoiwel Office
JE 8-2503
m ~
i
1
Zreat yourself and your loved ones
to a rich experience...
Cf\
fC
cc
presents
A TRADITIONAL PASSOVER
SEDER
in the Pompeii Room *
A mgnificnt fitivl
In Floral TompU Gard.n sotting
fMNttef
CANTOR HERBERT RICHARD BROWN
ol tho Htbriw Union Collogt or Socrtd Music
BEN YOMEN CHOIR, BEN YOMEN conducting
MARGARET YOMEN, Narrator
BIT. 1. K. SCHWARTZ
Noted Dentist,
Artist to Speak
Dr. J. R. Schwartz, retired den-
tal surgeon and now a local resi-
dent living at 7525 Adventure St.,
Treasure Island, certainly picked
a street with the proper name, es-
pecially since he has been four
times around the world, visiting
every country and observing their
culture, religions, and arts.
Dr. Schwartz has attended Jew-
ish temples in countries ranging
from Pakistan to Japan. Having
written several volumes on den-
tistry, he has had patients in every
country of the world.
A* hobby he hot taken to the
fine arts, and over a period of
years has amassed one of the
finest collections of ivory carv-
ings in America.
He has also conquored the art of
ivory carving, making a series of
fine pieces in reproduction from
such works as Rodan's master-
pieces, to the famous Ivory India
Inlay Balls. His artwork is done
in pastels, airbrush oils and other
media.
In his "spare" time this week.
Dr. Schwartz will mount the pulpit
of Temple Ner Tamid Friday eve-
ning. As guest speaker, he will
discuss "Jewish Customs and
Practices Around the World."
y\ Strictly J*>
Kosher *
OCIAHf IONT M UNCOIN OAS>
Celebrate the Passover Holiday by attend- j^pru 4 5
ing the two strictly kosher Seders being
Iheid in the dilido'j beautiful Cotillion : f 25 rri mmon
Room. Services conducted by Cantor Ben :
i Grossberg of Temple B'nai Sholom, with ; for both beaers
Teresa Ronson, Soloist, and Choir assistinj. ;........
17^ Reservations, Phone: At, Maltrt Shot*
yk jbb-om.
Call for Seder
Ritual to Mark
Victims1 Memory
> NEW YORKRabbinical and
lay leaders of the thousands of
synagogues and temples across the
country have been called upon by
a committee of prominent Jewish
leaders to keep alive the memory
of the six million Jewish victims
of Nazi Germany and of the heroes
of the Ghetto uprisings, by dissem-
inating among their members the
Seder Ritual of Remembrance.
The ritual which, the committee
state, is already being performed
at the Seder in scores of thousands
of homes and many institutions.
was introduced five years ago by
Jewish writer and historian, Rufus
Learsi.
The ritual consist* of a solemn
declaration in Hebrew and Eng-
lish followed by the singing of
"Ani MaamfcV' the song of faith
in the coming of Hie Meooiah,
which became widespread in tho
concentration camps.
Honorary chairmen of the com-
mittee which issued the call are
Dr Israel Goldstein, president of
the American Jewish Congress;
Philip Klutinick. national presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith; and Dr. Em-
anuel Neumann, president of the
Zionist Organization of America
and member of the Jewish Agency
Executive.
Cbelrman of the committee is
Bernard Semel. prominent leader
in Jewish education. Vice chair-
men are Rabbis Simon Kramer, Is
rael H. Levinthal and L/*ns I.
Newman, identified respectively
with the Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform wings of Judaism.
Rabbi to be Seen on TV
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora
Jewish Center spiritual leader, will
be seen on ch. 10 Friday, 9:30
a.m., in an address entitled "Re-
sources for Living."
Passover Seders
OF
North Shore
Jewish Center
at tho
>EAUVILLE._
ON TM1 OCIAN AT 07* STtttT MIAMI KACH
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EYENINGS
April 4th and 5th
Conducted by
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN and the CENTER CHOIR
Strictly Kosher
.$15 per Person One Night
$25 per Parson Both Nights
MAIL CHECK to: NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
for further information, call Center office: UH 6-0221
O o
/
/^
April 4th and 5th ^L.
' Traditional Full-Course Dinners,
complete with all Holiday trimminas k
S.d.. WrvtcM Conduct**1 by
,.ot.d canto. IRVING ROBINSON,
\*IO for first nlahl ^
Its
S
For Reservationsi
MAITRf D\
JE 1-5771
On tho Ocean
40-41st Streets
Miami Beach
for both nights --*-*"
Special Rates for Children'
HOTEL


Page 8-C
*Jeni*tncrk&M
Friday, Marefc^i
MAKE YOUR PASSOVER RESERVATIONS EARLY
Enjoy Your Seders at
FINEST "TU3 DINING
Under Orthodoo Veed Hekuhruth
CATUIHO Ml All OCCASIONS
940 71 st St., Miami Beach
h. p.* UN 6-6043 *
OPEN DART 4 te :30 Pit
A Unique Experience
in Dining Pleasure
DINNER
| 1^ 41/ FROM $l.7."
MT ffefoi/ Deficioas Cold X Hot Delieotese, Salads, a>d
Our Onto Bokery Geods
Traditional Friday Night Dinner Canolia*eatary Wiae, Seltzer A Konlte*
1141 Washington Ave. Opposite City Hall Miami Beach
Opea Daily 11 a.n. to p.m. Sotvrdoy 5 p.m. to 9
EXOU/SITE CATERED AffAIBS WiOD.'VGS, BAI AVTZVAHS
At Name or in Tavr Tempi*

l i
I I
I t
I I
I t
I
I I
I
I
!!
i
i
11
i
i
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND AMERICAN A EUROPEAN PLAN}
I
I
t
t
t I
t t
I
I
I
t
The STRATH-HAVEN Hotel
THE ONLY STRICTLY KOSHER HOTEL
WITH PRIVATE BEACH AND SWIMMING POOL
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
NEWLY REDECORATED and AIR CONDITIONED
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
StDUKM CONDUCTED BY A WUl 1*0*1 CANTOI
IN THl MOST rtADrr/ONAl MAXNM
NEW MANAGEMENT
RABBI ABRAHAM I. TWERSKY and JOSEPH HOFFMAN
Write or Phone for Reservations
411 Ocean Drive JE 4-4691 Miami Beach
ii
I
I I
!!
ii
y
i:hri:.\ri:kh.s
nor,, ALDEN
VERT rVFLl KNOWN FOR KASNRUTN AND
STRICT OBSERVANCE Of TNf SABBATH
Make Earlu Reservation* tor
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
The Well Known CANTOR SILVERMAN of Detroit
Will Officiate
PASSOVtt NOUOATS Will tf CELEBRATED IN If At TIAJMTIONAl MANNER
292S INDIAN CREEK MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE IE 1-0077
EHRENREICH & STURMAN. Owners
HARFENIST RESTAURANT
14th Street & Washington Avenue
MOW TAKING SEDER RESERVATIONS
JE
58 .IK 8-7597
Two Seders Each Day
5:30 P.M. la 7:30 PJL
$4.50
8:34 PJs. to 12 NUdaifM
$5.00
Weekly $55
2 Seders, Braefcfatt ood ImkB
at HARfENIST RESTAURANT aad
Moot Owner at
TROCADfRO
301 23rd Street
AKO VKl VERSA
2 Night Seders al the Trocodero and Breakfast and Lunch
at Harienist: or ii you prefer. Fish and Dairy Dinners,
Under Super-vision oi Mashgiach

Gifted Prodigies
To be Heard with
String Sinfonietta
Two local very gifted young solo-
ists will appear with the Temple
Judea String Sinfonietta of Coral
Gables Sunday evening.
Nina Dfii!M-h. pianist, age 15.
will play the Bach D minor Piano
Concerto, concluding the first part
of the program. Miss Deutsch. a
pupil of Robert Strassburg. con-
ductor of the Sinfonietta. has been
nest soloist with the Miami Sym-
phonic Society, and has appeared
on many programs of the Miami
>ic Teachers Assn.
She was chosen as one of the out-
standing young musicians to ap
pear in the Young Artist's Concert
sponsored by the Miami Music
Club Monday.
Elliot Chapo, violinist, aga 12,
will be toaturad in the salo por-
tion of the Saint-Seen* "Prelude
to the Deluge." and will perform
the Handel Sonata in D major
with Miss Dewtsch at the piano.
Young Chapo. who plays in the
BrsJ stand of the Sinfonietta, re-
ceded his early training from his
father, who al>o is a member of the
orchestra. He is now studying with
Eugene Dubois. concert master of
the I'nivcrsity of Miami Symphony
Orchestra. Elliot has played many
recitals throughout Miami and has
been soloist wi'.h the Miami Sym-
phonic Society.
The Sinicmetta. now in its third
season, will open its program with
the Symphony in C. by English
composer William Boyce. This
will be followed by the rarely-per-
formed Adagio and Fugue K 546,
by \V. A. Mozart. Arensky's Vari-
ation on a Theme by Tschaikovsky
will conclude the program.
The public is invited to the con-
cert at Temple Judea, 320 Palermo
ave.. Coral Gables.
PHONE JIt-5e*t
LINCOLN MANOR SSS
" the ftMi"
WING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $145
Catering Fmr AU Oeraniom*
Am COtNMTMNER 10WESI POSSMi e
Voder twmmmkml Sooervlslew of toe Orntodai Vaad lUkmU*
Ross* /. N. fear. Mroctor *"**
Free Portia* ooj Preailtes_____________2UNC0UI ROAD. MIAMI
*a
STAR RESTAURANT
SEWING DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and HSH
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Also It Cart*
15 Years Successful Management the Bergmen Brother,
Air-Ceodifieaed PHONE JE l^gl
141 WASHINGTON AVE.
ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER HOLDAII
TfcTOTREVLIN HOTEL
KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OFtM TO THE PUBLIC
DFI.UXE DINNERS from Sl.AS
Voder taoaiaicaf SooerWiiea of Mas Orthodox Vaad Hokeioreri
wuo-i Dr. 1. H. Ever
COLLINS AVE. al 13th ST. 0) MIAMI BEACH I
TEIEPHONE IE 1-7MI
-ww~-"w'WW-'W^-
e^^*i^.^i^W^*^V^
TWO OF THE FINEST RESTAURANTS ON THE BEACH
ROYAL HUNGARIAN TOS MIAT RESTAURANT
731 Washington Avenue
SUNSHINE DAIRY 1 VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT
743 Washington Avenue
f^-r^-^^-f^-.
S*WWW*V-

OPEN FOR PASSOVER
FULL LINE OF
Hebrew Notional Products
FOR AN IHiOIABll Salt
Make fear Beservatieas Now
Hebrew National
Restaurant & Delicatessen
100*. AIR CONOIT.ONEO
1437 Washington Ave.
JE 1-5694
Katz's ^^3 Restaurant
TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS
Conducted by CANTOR SHELDON BAUMGARTEN
Opea) to tfce P.fclic froo. 4 to e:30 pjm. Ayr. 4 sow 5 (hi. sad Set.'
SEDERS COMMENCE AT 8 P.M. $25 per Ceogle. BBS. 2 SEDE1 HWITI
For Reierrotieas. MR. KATZ, JE 1-7235 5O0 C0UWS
FOR A TRADfTrONAl
PASSOVER
Make roar Reservation of the
ANNELL HOTEL
700 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
SPUIAL FOR StOUtS OHLf
la Oew Diniag Ream Annex
$13.04 PER PERSON 2 NIGHTS
Special fates for I Daft
Pkaae JE 1-1191
HAROLD PONT end IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
ft** KOSHER CATIIEII
IB** htm ears d-aeavres to a caaipleN WW
170 N. W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE FR M|
Ifeder Saaervisie* of Onited Balafcafiia VaaMl NakaikreNi
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAI MITZVAHS RKEPTKHTJ
r^^V-
r*^*^**,*^s^**^K*-
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
XOW OPE IV
Serving Daily from 5 P.M.
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONES JEiierson 8-4907 IE 1-6651
-v,,'V,*^<^^^<*V^V*^^V^Vv^v^Vrf-><-v^v
i neeaajr ajaeneaj
ree drKrlminetiiMj
P#Opl# ess
NICK " ARTHUR'S
RESTAURANT
ASTOR HOTEL
WASHINGTON AVE. & TENTH ST.. MIAMI BEACH
flNE ACCOMMODATIONS fOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
al Very Attractive Rates
nsro <9tapnH
Tradttlonal Services Held By Well Known Cantor
Far Reservation Call JE 8-2341
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MR. AND MRS. A. BERG
Your Hosti
NICK & ARTHUR
Succulent charcoal Hooks dona to
a tender turn delectoble
dlahaa to tempt the most pampered
solote ...
Par Bsei UN 6-9759
1601 79HiSt. C.Ms^roT
etm

y ^Stoccl*
FMOSt
CATERING IS AN ART '
SAM EHRENZVYEIG, well-known restauranteur t
owner of SHERRY LINCOLN (Meridian Ave.) aniwuncw
the expansion of his operations to include
CATERING .
Formerly connected with the world-famous Ix>uis Sherry
New York. Sam was the first to introduce the workl* *
Ijouis Sherry Ice Cream in this area. ... tllfCfSs
He entered the restaurant business and continu^ his
because of bis know how and coBseientious belief m ser
only top quality foods. ..,;_. lot
The SHERRY LINCOLN established an excellent reputat** "*
the fine food and pastries served in their restaurant ^
Before entenng the CATERING field. Sam gathered a"".raf
ed a staff with years at experience, and is now ready to t
your party ... be U small or large. ,.k-. over.
Si? V0?r.mW the day off as our trsined JSVi4 '
Just call SHERRY LINCOLN CATERERS. Jf *^*JS(r
representative will be glad to discuss your part).
' for IS persons or 1600 at your home or lestst


March 28, 1958
+Jewlsli fher Mian
Page 9-C
foited Hias Appoints Noted Lawyer
Lew YORK Carlos L. Israels,
tidclv known lawyer, author
lecturer on corporate and fi-
lial law, and a leader in Jew-
LiiLf. hropic work (or 25 years,
[been ilected president of Uni-
[lii;:- Service, sole worldwide
L|, n.'-ration agency,
belt fills the post left vacant
10 1957. through the death
)ner Bregman. In the interim,
rav 1 Ourfeia, New York at-
] a past president of Uni-
li.i acied as head of the
al a-'ency. He will continue
haii in of the agency's policy-
ijn xecutive committee for
conn- g year.
In <>i 'he late Mrs. Henry Mo*
7
V5^^
m
;
CAMOS ISMEIS
PASSOVER RESERVATIONS...
heserve MOW lor A Happy Holiday. Com-
plete facilities of Hotel and DINING ROOM
lor your enjoyment Iftvfni conducted
Rtllglout lerv.ce. Wei dolly *A- by nationally
ii a Alien M known Canter
KOSHER*"***'"' ;""
MM otiMoooi saritvitiOM Entertainment r 1 Mfll
DIITAKY LAWi K. rOOBI
%Ritz tree Parkin* HOTEL POOL CABANA ClUB
DiftcVy on Ihe Ocean at 17th s; ioo ah conditionfc
cowitz. adviser to Gov. Alfred E.
Smith from 1918 to 1933, and the
late Charles Henry Israels, the new
United Hias head has been active in
relief and rehabilitation work since
1933, when he became chairman of
the Junior Division of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater New
York.
Upon graduation from Amherst
College in 1925, with high honors,
including Phi Beta Kappa, he ac-
companied his step-father, the late
Dr. Henry Moskowitz, a leader in
the work "of the Jotht Distribution
Committee, on a study-trip to Po-
land. The poverty, deprivation and
prejudices which he saw prompted
him to engage in the work of relief,
rehabilitation and resettlement.
When World War II began, and
the doors of this country were
opened to groups of Nazi victims,
Israels joined the executive com-
mittee of the National Refugee Ser-
vice. He later became treasurer of
the United Service for New Amer-
icans (USNA), a post he held for 13
years, until the organization mer-
ged in 1954 with the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society to form United
Hias Service.
Since the merger, Israels has
been a member of the executive
committee of United Hias, serving
as its chairman during the first
year.
Havi
lusin
that
ess Meeting, <
Banquet, or
#
Special Occasion
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
It the *
3'icrs #
^ i
K
>.
tor |tormori
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Director,
asm st. coinna *
Your every affair
A brilliant event!
Your guests will be complimented
by an invita'.ion to a function at
the Carillon, largest and most
luxurious hotel in Miami Beach.
Our vast facilities tnabU ms to
add sparkling lustre to lacb
invasion For weddings, banquets
or any gathering, v Jur choice jf
the OariUou is an indication of
the discerning.
Call William Kail, lenaeet Menae". UN S-/5.I
ANrRONT 68th to 69th SIRltli. MIAMI WACH 41, FLORIDA
have a truly luxurious
wead'-iq I | | quet
"nmoNm
Seville
Matchless fadKbet, txp
P*ft tUfl-tH it serve you far i
" you could imaaiM. kmmtmbm-
SEVILLE lfta.r-whatt.ar to 10 ar 1.000-
'""^ "- Tmi nJnui mil
"u.,v 0.,a Dir.etor. Jg 2.2511
QCeAWaeoaiT. tMh TO (NO aTWttTt, MIAMI MACM
Richfer to Retire;
Sons Take Over
Joseph A. Richter, jewelry store
operator on Flagler st. since 1923,
has announced plans to retire from
the business this spring, leaving it
in the hands of his two sons, Alvin
and Daniel.
In announcing his retirement,
Richter said he plans to devote his
time in future months to super-
vising the remodeling, refurnish-
ing and construction of an addi-
tional 107 rooms, to his Robert
Richter hotel on Miami Beach.
Richter purchased the hotel and
named it for a son killed in Manila
during World War II.
Richter came to Miami from
Baltimore 35 years ago and open-
ed a pawn shop in the old Halcy-
on Arcade. He made a fortune
in the jewelry business during
the boom of the 2Cs and later
rose to world renown in the
trade, buying and selling famous
collections, and creating master-
pieces for special clients.
In conjunction with his plans for
retirement, Richter said he would
conduct the store's first sale in 35
years of business. It will be known
as a "founders sale," and more
than $3,000,000 in merchandise will
be offered to the public.
Once the subject of a syndicated
column by the late Damon Runyon.
Richter also was noted for his fam-
ous creation of a jeweled Indian
elephant, designed from what is
said to be the largest single piece
of rose quartz in existence. The
masterpiece was designed for the
Maharajah of Mayapore, who died
before it was completed. The ele-
phant is covered with scores of
diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sap-
phires and perfect matched Ori-
ental pearls. It has been a Richter
trademark for years.
Besides the Robert Richter hotel.
Richter also owns a 2,000 acre
ranch near Okeechobee. a 4.300
acre tract of land near the site of
the planned state university at
Tampa, and smaller acreage in
Hollywood and the Miami area.
Israelite Center Students
To Offer Seder Excerpts
Annual model Seder of the Is-
raelite Center religious school will
be held Sunday. 10 a.m. at the
Center. The faculty will be in
charge with students conducting I
the Seder. Dora Stein Sisterhood
will serve the traditional Seder
meal.
At a regular meeing of the Cen-
ter Tuesday. Apr. 1 the students
will offer excerpts of the model
Seder.
Locust bros kvi
Where
Godfrey & Collins Meet*
ARTHUR COOfREY ROAD AND COUINS AVf., THAT ISI
The High Spot ol Miami Beach lha lucerne is quite
accustomed to serving governors as well as other
celebrities and because of its famous hospitality,
delicious food, marvelous service and sensible prices...
it is the first choice of hundreds for
lUNCHEOMS SAIES MEETINGS BANQUETS
WEDDINGS end all impwlonl *esientl
AND our fobulous HAVANA MARDI GRAS show is
All YOURS for ony party you give in the ClUB CHAlfT
Make plans now Phone Mr. SOITZ, JE 2-2541
He'll do the work you'll have the fun!
CALCUTTA ROOM 9Hfc
OPEN TO THE PUllIC
CONTINENTAL CUISINE and
CANTONESE SPECIALTIES
LUNCHEON to 3:30 PM
DINNER 6 to 10:30 PM
DINNER MUSIC
6ALA-SUPPER DANCIN0
FROM 9 30 PM to 1 AM ,.
HORACE DIAZ'
SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
Reservations
H0UYW00D WA 2-75M k
MIAMI F 1-44S3
NAUANDAU MACM IIV0.
Between US1 and A1A
Rear (elfstien Perk
|
- ,^IPL0MAT'
ctor WtffiittwSSk' HOTEL ind COUNTRY CUJbV

aV*
an affair
to remembep
Bar Mitzvahs and Weddingsand all the
important milestones in life. Our Catering
Department is particularly deft in capturing
the special significance of your occasion.
Our Million Dollar Redecoration Program
has made us Miami's largest and finest
hotel, with the widest selection of
facilities for any function, from the
smallest group to a banquet for one thousand.
Call Catering Manager: Henry Braun
FR 4-6151
cMC#USTOt
PASSOVER
SEDERS
APRIL 4 5 1
conducted by
Cantor Joseph Malek I
Far ffasarvatrani: Armand, Maiirt a", K 1-7111
ON THE OEM T 1M ST.
I
SREClALiZMXG EN
BAR MITZVAHS]
For Reservations: TU 8-4331
Miami Springs Villas
300 Deer Run ART BRUNS, Co-Owaor


Pcge IOC
+Jemit>ncr*0i*f> _
A/phand Stresses Friendship
Between Israel, France Today
will forever be united in
swre tba school* of n ak
w which the ^,uHti
her latest trip to Nor*
arv strengthen: rt? *
rk of that part *t tsT,
raising the oducariaMf
lh local Jewish popul^ti^r'

NEW YORK- JTA-France and Israel "wni ,orev c Pn)f R<. j.^ ^
the eternal struggle lor liberty and human dignity. Heiwe Alph.nd. Frenc. to seil a Etrt m
J^Tmba Jdor to the United State,, told 250 Jewish leader, .,- former cowman of the n
aaMe6 a: a recept,on given .n hi, honor thu week by the Amenc.n
^lof the Aih.nce Israelite IniverseUe. He likened France aid
to Israel at a time when help was most needed" to the help given by
France to the American colonies in their straggle for independence
Alphacd warmly praised the
of the Alliance
Military personnel from Homestead A^ fore* toe i*hejcrse
for their special part in traditional Passover Sedorta to^e n-
ducted by North Shore Jewish Centrr at Decuw-Jie bc Apr.
4 and 5. Showrn are Maj. David rWaxki and Aiicn Ken
Gentile and Burt Lerner. who will present a special program.
"In Defense of Freedom.'' by Air Force persoanei due pc-
rc.pate. Pabbi Mayer Abramowitt will officiate both nights.
assisted by Cantor Edward Klein and Center choir.____________
leading ,
French-Jewish organization, active
In ? defense" of Jewlflf HP
thnngboot the world and opera
lag a Urge network of schools in
Israel and other Near
iwriri as wU as in
Africa.
tions Commission oa ]
Rignts and wno is known in
father of the Di-daraiioa man itieht*. shared with n,,
, ence his reniinsceatei i
I drafting of the documest U
capacity as president of the
ance Israelite I'-iiverselle,
Eatern
North
A retrain from YitxhaV Ben-
Zvi. PresKJ^t of Israel. *** .
\nj appreciation rof tfv# *TR- Cassin expressed thV gflHH
ancVs "contributisw to tho the organization fjr the hdj!
growth of Israel" was road ? tended to many of it$ scnoolsj
tho attwrint. Mr,. Eleenwr American Jewry throng
Roosovot, who also addressed American Joint Distributioa i
tho gathorina), stated that she is mit*.
I
What to Do Daring Hours
Preceding the First Seder
As you approach Pasaaver,
there are l;ke!y to be Ban* cha-
metz foods still left which you
should dispose of All
metz of which you cannot di^po'*
should be collected, a. r.e vital all
thjrouehly-cleaned cha-
tc and placed in a
spare room, closet or trunk and
locked away. You should
authorize your rabbi to prepare a
bill of sale and negotiate trans-
fer of >our chametz to a non-Jew.
a legal transaction known as
Mechirat Chametz." which gives '
the non-Jew all ownership i
lu your chametz.
After Passover tho rabbi, as
your representative, arranges
for tho return of the chametz
and you can then use it again.
Friday. Apr. 4 Arrangements
fcr Mechirat Chametz should be
completed before 10 a.m. Friday.
All chametz which has not thus
been* sold must be burned no later
than 10 30 am in the Biur
Chametz. which includes any
bread left over from Friday morn-
ing breakfast, the final pre Pass-
over chametz meal. The Biur
Chametz is accompanied by an-
other recitation of the Kol Cha-
mira No chametz may be eaten
after 9:30 am.
All Passover kitchen and eat-
ing implements and all Passover
foods are placed in their proper
places. Your home is now ritual-
ly free of all chametz and ready
for the first Seder Friday eve-
ning, Apr. 4
Continued from Pago 1-C
leot or*ely stwed enuring
the rest of the year, being used
enly during Passover. Under
certain conditions, some uten-
sils used during tho rest of the
year may be used during Pass-
ever, if p'Operly kashored. Ask
yeur rabbi for information and
instructions.
:r oven is used throuzh-
- year it mu--t be cleaned.
scraped and burned out. A good
I metal Bab
the stove interior for Passover
... Put -pecial metal plates over
the top of the range to prevent
;'.'t between the stove ani
aver utensils Ask your rabbi
on kashenng your
or stove.
In cleaning your home for re-
I of chametz, don't forget
to check pockets of clothing to
be werB dnrine Passever.
Bedikat Chametz. the final or
formal search lor chametz. i- a
cremony performed immediately
nightfall Thursday. Apr. 3.
The bouse presumably being free
cf chametz by this time, bread
rji are placed in each room
M that the search is not in vain.
The head of the house, his way
ted by a candle carried by a
member of the household, goes
room to room with a feather,
gathering any chametz in a wood-
en spoon. The spoon, chametz.
feather and candle are wrapped
in a cloth and tied with a string
to be burned the following morn-
ing in the Biur Chametz cere-
rr. .ny.
After th search for chame*z ^ *_ .
i completed, the bead of the Mf ie ffighfs left
bouse then formally renounces There are only 10 more nights of
rr*nership of any undiscovered ; playing remaining at the Dania Jai
chametz. The formula recited, i Alai Palace, and from now through
Kol Chamira." appears at the closing night. Apr. 10, there will
beginning of the Haggadah. as be many a thrilling game seen at
does the blessing to be recited he world's most beautiful sports
oily in the evening. I arena.
Plenty of flavor and food value in this
nD9) 11U3
FAMILY
DESSERT

W
This tastiest milk dessert that contains no
cornstarch will delight everyone at the
taWe. Serve baby his rennet-custard with-
out "trimmings"... dress it up for Dad
and the rest of the family. They'll Jove its
cool light-creamy texture-delicious flavor.
Highly nutritious too, thanks to the magic
of rennet and pore, fresh milk. Get all 7
flavors of Kosher "Junket" Rennet Powder
and rotate them for variety.
NO CORNSTARCH!
All Flavors
KOSHER for PASSOVER
Vanilla, Chocolate, Lemon, Orange,
Raspberry, Maple and new Strawberry.
ori
r^K Ik :

CarfwM fa**" Hnm*
Ir t.aai $. HWfJ
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
(If REDi-JELLED
"i Gef/Z/feYish
.. the quality Gefillte Fish, flavor-sealed in the orifmtal
jelled broth... no finer fish in any dish for PASSOVER
MatfCI
fS50H
Only ROKEACH Gefillte Fish JsjRelQdMj
and Only Redi-Jelled isJfhm^gaki/
DISTRIBUTED BY HI GRADE FOOD CO.
720D N.W. 29th Avenue
HE 5-0875


r. Much 28, 1968
+Je*lsii flcrHlar
Page 11-C
(B Eyes Convention in Nation's Capital Apr. 16
JISHINGTON Two United
hies senators, a cabinet offl-
le editor of one of the nation's
lagazines. and other key gov-
Vit and civic leaders will ad-
|the 1958 biennial convention
, National Jewish Welfare
Samuel H. Rubiner, Detroit
executive and chairman
[convention, announced.
i j\VB biennial will be held
i through 20 at the Shoreham
here.
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare Marion B. Folsom will
address the delegates at the lunch-
eon Apr. 18, and Norman Cousins,
editor, "The Saturday Review,"
will speak at the convention ban-
quet Apr. 19.
Other speakers include Sen.
Richard L. Neuberger, of Oregon;
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, of New York;
Lawrence G. Derthick, U.S. Com-
missioner of Education; Charles I.
Schottland, U.S. Social Security
Commissioner; Mrs. Katherine B.
Oettinger, chief, U.S. Children's Bu-
reau; Mrs. Agnes E. Meyer, civic
leader, author and wife of publish
er Eugene Meyer of "The Washing-
ton Post-Times Herald;" Murray
Snyder, Assistant Secretary of De-
fense for Public Affairs; William
H. Francis Jr., Assistant Secretary
of Defense for Manpower, Person-
nel and Reserve; Gen. Lewis B.
Hershey, director of Selective Ser-
vice; Louis J. Cohen, chairman.
Civil Liberties Committee, Nation-
al Community Relations Advisory
Council, and others.
Cousins will spoak on "The
Challenge of the Atomic Afe."
An acute observer of the current
scene, ho Has analysed and inter-
preted such events as the Egypt-
Israel Crisis in 1956-57, the
Atian-Africen conference at Ban-
dung in 195S, and the atomic tost
explosions at Bikini. One of his
books, "Modern Man is Obso-
lete," grow out of an editorial
on the implications of atomic en-
ergy. Another book, "Who Speaks
for Man?" is an attempt to re-
late the individual human being
to the great movements of the
age.
Secretary Folsom was a member
of the President's Advisory Coun-
cil on Economic Security and was
i one of the organizers in 1942 of the
Committee for Economic Develop-
ment, composed of businessmen
and educators concerned with the
! maintenance of a healthy economy.
His subject will be "Adequate Fi-
nancing for Voluntary Agencies."
"Can Community Action Affect
National Legislation?" is the pro-
vocative suoject of Sen. Neuberg-
er's address at a public affairs
luncheon Apr. 18. The luncheon
will be part of rn all-day public af-
fairs institute. Sanford Solender,
director, JWB's Jewish Community
Center Division, will speak on "The
Role of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter in Public Affairs." A panel dis-
cussion will follow, with Schott-
land, Derthick and Cohen as panel-
ists.
Mrs. Oettinoer wilt speak on
'The Role and Responsibilities of
Women in Today's Society." She
will address the luncheon session
of an institute for Center wo-
men's groups, also to bo hold
Apr. 16. Another Apr. 16 event
will bo held at the Pentagon for
local JWB Armed Services chair-
men. Assistant Secretaries of
Defense Snyder and Francis will
speek. Secretary Francis will
brief the leaders on the current
manpower situation.
Sen. Javits wll speak on "Vital-
izing Citizenship" at a plenary ses-
sion Apr. 17. Gen. Hershey will
address a luncheon Apr. 17 on
"Brotherhood in Uniform." Mrs.
Meyer will speak on "The Task
Ahead Guide to Social Agency
Planninc" at the convention's clos-
ing session Apr. 20.
JWB is the national association
of YMHAs and Jewish Community
Centers and the government-ac-
credited agency for serving the re-
ligious, recreational and morale
needs of Jewish personnel in the
U. Armed Forces.
FOR ALL MIXED DRINKS
r.g 120 Jewish school representcrtives who
ded big CJA delegates breakfast recently
left to right) Kenneth Golden, Temple
Ann Greenhouse. Beth David; Glenda
tan. North Shore Jewish Center; and
Axelrod, Temple Israel. Sol Goldman
diqht), president ;of Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, hands out workers' kits to youths, who
later enrolled some 7,000 volunteers to give
and work for Combined Jewish Appeal. Bureau
is one of important local beneficiaries of CJA
fund-drive. _______
STRUT'S
HOME MILK
fakes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami
that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk for Passover
HOME MILK
is supervised and endorsed by the
UNITED BALABATIM YAAD HAKASHRUTH
OF GREATER MIAMI

OS
Kosher for Passover
for Information AW Kashruth Call
United Balabatim Yaad Hakashruth
OF GREATER MIAMI
TELl YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE FR 4-7696
x+mt n.w. f* AvoNua *%***. >*.
"PHONE MIAMI FR 4.7SS*
FT. LAUOEROAI P ^*
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
MM.lT Mill MIM SH.VEICII! mi Mill CMII Mill
MATZOS EGG MATZOS
WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS
SPONGE CAKE MIX
MATZO MEAL
GEFILTE RSH CATSUP BORSCHT
APPLE SAUCE TOMATO NICE
FRUIT SUCES MACAROONS
PRUNE JUICE PRESERVES
AT BETTER
STORES
Everywhere!
: <
1
Be Right...with Qtraitl
DISTRIBUTED JY HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
7200 N.W. 29th Avenue Phone NE 5-0875
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines, Imported and Domestic
MATZOS, MATZO PRODUCTS, COFFEE in fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
nay be obtained of the
R0SEDALE
170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE FR 9-7996
HAROLD POHT IRV1M CORDON
FREE DfUVERf ON AU CRDMJ Of $J0.O OR RKMK ______


Page 12-C



Nazi Seeds of Hatred
Blossom in Germany
Indifference or hate, guii' cr
understanding There is still no
IOV way to fathom the feelings
of the average German t>ward
Jews 13 years after Hi ler.
Public opinion ptBi fhre some
duesbut only c'.ues. For ex-
ample, last month the Institute
The followiij report it ro-
prirted from the February,
1958 issue of AOL Bu'lelin.
for Demography announced the
f.ndings of its nationwide poll of
West German attitudes toward
Jews. It found that more than one
out of every' 'our Germans. 26
percent of all persons interview-
ed, believe that "it would be bet-
ter for Germany if there were no
Jews living here."'
Another 24 percent disagreed.
Fifty percent were undecided or
had no opinion. This does not
suggest that more than a quarter
of all Germans are blatant anti-
Semites. Many of the people who
would rid Germany of its remain-
ing Jews may have meant that
their presence made them uneasy,
a reminder of an unhappy pas:
and a lost war.
Tho samo poll alto found that
42 percent of all West Germans
wore Still convinced that Hitler
would havt boon on* of the
world's groat statesmen had it
not boon for World War II. How
ever, only three percent said
that thoy would support a now
Naxi movement.
The West German elections,
held in the fall of 1957. gave addi-
tional clues as to how Germans
feel about Jews and, specifically,
their attitudes toward today's
crop of neo-Nazis. On the face of
it. the neo-Nazis and extreme na-
tionalists seemed to have fared
poorly. They failed completely
t'> get parliamentary representa-
tion. Yet, for a variety of reasons,
this fact sheds little tight on Ger-
man attitudes. What it does
show is that the various political
parties of the extreme right have
failed to consolidate t h e i.r
,'th and are often rent from
wi'hin.
m,o pea*****1 Dei,',n Reir-hs-
nvtoj (PRPi '"ii^rate* 'he point
T*-i prrf-iwMrt TiWf retard
AHm rto->niT as "th" leal head
r< >.,. c TT3i iWeh" r"*cii"
t*r>!=r b*d nam1 him as his roc-
(aaorme. 308 554 votes in 1*V7.
about 13.000 more han in INS.
Its prcentare of the total vote
was about one percent Germany
has a five percent minimum elec-
tion r-lsusp; Hence the DRP lost
out completely.
I' mieht have done better. The
DRP had a chance to consolidate
i- ->tes with those of the GB/
BHE "Refugee" pa^v which
gained four and six-tenths percent
c* the to'al vote But this and
other proposed alliances between
nationalist parties never went into
effect.
fix other ultra-nationalist
solinter qroups shared in an ad-
ditional 1.32 por-ont of tho total
vote of about 30 million. But
membership in these political
oroups is little indication of
their support, or indeed, tho
number of Hitler-minded peo-
ple in West Germany today.
The DRP claimed no more than
1500 members in September,
1956. yet it polled more than 300.-
000 votes in the 1057 elections.
An additional 400 000 votes went
to the six splinter parties. Thus
thpre appears to be a hard core
of 700.000 uncompromising Ger-
mans who are still ready to resur-
rect the past or shape the future
in its imagepolitically articulate
r~op!e who adhere to a strong neo-
Nazi philosophy. Among them
are:
Members of some 60 ultra-
nationalist, basically racist and
anti Semitic organizations.
20 000 to 30.000 former mem-
bers of Hitler's 400,000 Waffen SS
Elite Guard now organized in the
Assn. for Mutual Help (HIAG).
40,000 members of the Fed-
eral Assn. of Victims of Denazifi-
cation.
w* p\
M
,
i
<
Representatives of successful United Syna-
gogue Youth of Temple Zion show their award
to Rabbi Alfred Waxman on their return from
recent Charleston, S.C., USY convention.
Of 23 groups representing Florida, Alabama,
Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, they
were presented one of two top awards for their
successful weekly programs. Standing
Vern Segalman, Martin Baloff, Joci I
Linda Newman. Philip Margolesky cmdl
bara Berlin. Sealed are Larry Kane,
of Temple Zion USY, Rabbi Alfred
and Mrs. Diane Grant, youth chairmanj
honorary supervisor.
Tho more realistic leaders of
this last group tend to shy away
from "restorative" attitudes
because thoy foot that legiti-
mate parliamentary action can
better serve their cause. This
attitude of realpolitik must be
considered in any attempt to
gauge currant attitudes of Ger-
mans toward racism. Doubt-
loss, there are hundreds of
thousands of political "sophis-
ticates" who operate within and
vote for tho respectable politi-
cal partieseven though their
sympathies lie with tho neo-
Nazis.
They do this because they have
concluded that gutter-type anti-
Semitism pays no dividends in
Konrad Adenauer's Germany. And
there are millions of other silent,
unorganized Germans who. while
sharing in "Adenauer's prosper
ity." have not lost old hates.
Recently, another survey under-
taken by the German public opin-
ion institute, EMNID, was widely
discussed in the German press.
The survey put the number of
"genuine enemies of the Jews" or
"incorrigible Nazis" in Germany
today at seven percent. But when
the survey probed deeper, it found
that about a third of the West
German population had "anti-
Jewish reactions." And 88 per-
cent of another group expressed
indifference or declined to dis-
cuss the matter.
The Stuttgarter Zeitung expres-
sed shock over these statistics:
"If so high a percentage ol the
population is infected by anti-
Semitism during this period of
economic prosperity, we hardly
dare think what might happen in
the event of economic crisis ."
But the leading Jewish period-
ical, the "AUgemeine VYochenzei-
tung der Puden in DeuUchland,'-'
had a much more optimistic view
of German attitudes toward Jews.
It questioned the methodology of
the EMNID survey and i
how it could possibly gat i
minds and hearts of it*
ents. Perhaps, the Jcwufci
paper concluded hopefuli,i
more Germans, if intern
ferently, might arrive it"
just, more understanding j
meat."
Training School Lunthm]
Offers Art, Music
Member-Bring a Member
eon of the Miami Reach chi
the Hope School for He
larded Children was held '
day noon at toe Sea Gull I
"Draw Your Own Cond
was the title ot a demo
lecture by artist Conni
jThe program also included!
'tic soprano Lucille Blacktat
it just
doesn't
taste
like ^
Passover
it isn't
i
/
MANISCHEWITZ "
gefilte fish...in jelled broth
No wonder MANISCHEWITZ JelM Gefilte Fish tastes so good' The finest
of fresh water fish ... zesty seasonings ... fresh whole eggs in
delicious jelled broth. Foe true, spicier, traditional flavor, order it today
... and bring the true taste of Passover to your holiday table'
u
Also available in non-jelled,
delicately-flavored style!
Be* lake)JeBea
reae Meetaaealar
MANlS(HEW|T2
lELfl Z^r *W -""-1 Men.
Piaonei and Retipt Cuidt to. P.ium. at..,. ,
TH I. KWISCHEWIK CO.. OfR? A b .,
NEWA** J, N. I. 80* M-
.. _...iCHfWrrz WIN! CO, M.Y, *..
p^ a^ae_# aW^_e* Stem**' JaeaiiiaT < Jae-^aaf dtae^B JBoaaaef *- aaw
7$ordens dairi
Extends
H0UDAY GRIMMS
and
voces foot oafy f proafaefs fceerlaj the foMawfai etVrf|
Gail Borden Signature Quality Milk
Homogenized Milk Pasteurized Milk
Fortified Skimmed Milk Light Crean
Heavy Cream Sour Creem
Butter Cottage Cheese Ef9
SUfffVISfO ADO IMOOeSID BY THf
UNITED BAlABATIM YAAD HAXASHRUTH of GREATE*
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
MosfcffcMai ore takhto cor* of ICas-rath I*"* **
the Hrii>*i > fcotrHm ptaaH
Toll Your Driver or Place four Ordor **
Ask for Borderi's ot roar IMahborhood Stoft
Phone PL 4 B661


March 28, 1958
*Jenisti ncrk/ian
Page 13-C
B'rithWill
sent Eban With
iident's Medal
IINGTON B'nai B'rilh
winced t.his week the selec-
Israeli Ambassador Abba
to receive the B'nai B'rith
dent's Medal for "contribut-
Ihe welfare and advanee-
f the Jewish community."
,n uill receive the award
B'nai B'rith president Philip
fcutznick Apr. 20 in Washington
dinner marking the opening of
I's tenth anniversary year.
formal event, Xo be attend-
I'niled States and! foreign
laries, will highlight B'nai
,s midwinter national admin-
five committee meeting.
En is being cited "for the dis-
Ished caliber of his statesman-
Jwhich has reflected great
not alone upon his own na-
but among Jewry throughout
lurid." B'nai B'riUi declared.
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
\crf3\y]frCMj<)
lard is Chief
Shore Lodge
i Reach Councilman Mel-
Richard has been elected
lent of North Shore Lodge,
I B'rith.
er officers elected at a meet-
week include George Bal-
|Fred Jonas, Dr. Robert Rosen
ack Wilson, Vice presidents,
ps Israel, treasurer; Nathaniel
nan. chaplain; Ralph Abram
[recording secretary; Nate
lutter. corresponding secre-
Bernard Lipson, Financial
pry; Maurice Brenner, guard-
ed Morris Lunch, warden.
nbers of the board of direc-
are Lester Arkin. George
By, Harry Block, Isador Co-
i Alexander Doughs, David
Sam Greenfield, Milford
Samuel Malow, Nathan
ur Nc-mser, Allan Rock, Mor-
Issem, Morris L'rist, Murray
Ind Nate Wolfson.
As anyone will testify, Passover
is one of the most joyousprobably
the most joyous of Jewish holi-
days. For Passover celebrates the
liberation of the Jewish people
from the Egyptian yoke and is
therefore a happy event to be com-
memorated in Jewish history.
U is therefore most fitting and
pUJper thaTTassover snould be cel-
ebrated with line food and drink.
And when it conies to coffee you
will find none better than Nes-
cafe, this modern coffee which
satisfies even the most discrimin-
ating taste, the coffee that really
satisfies your coffee hunger.
Yes, Nescafe gives you that
rich aroma, that fin* flavor, that
full-bodied strength which have
mad* it the favorite of millions
of people throughout the United
States. Nescafe is so easy to
make, too.
"self-brewing"
coffee.
wonderful cup of
So this Passover enjoy this
most festive dessert. "Junket"
Rennet Desserts are mad* of
pur*, fresh milk and rennet pow-
der, so high in protein value. No
wonder "Junk*t" Rennet Des-
serts ar* so good for th* entire
family. Th*y ar* highly nutri-
tious and contain many vitamin
and mineral values.
A Holiday ef Tradition
Serve "Junket" Rennet Desserts
to baby plain; serve them wiih all
kinds of "trimmings," such as nuts,
whipped cream, jelly or preserves,
I etc., to adults. Rennet custards
Passover is a tradition-laden hoi-'aTe s0 ** to prepare, too. Just
iday. Beginning with cleaning out ifollow simple directions on the
the chometz, to the eating of the Package. "Junket" Rennet Powder
charoseth, the drinking of the four comes in seven delicious flavors:
goblets of wieas, w#bt Uuouga o-4hc vanjlla, Chocolate, Lemon. Oraajfe,
reading of the Haggadah, Passover i Raspberry, Maple, and new Straw-
is filled with ancient and beautiful berry.
Just add a teaspoon of Nescafe
(more or less, according to taste)
to a cup of hot water, and you have
fresh roasted flavor and aroma
right in your cup, for Nescafe is
the perfect self-brewing coffee. It
is kosher for Passover and is pro-
duced under the strict supervision
of an orthodox rabbi.
So be sure and stock up on Nes-
cafe for Passover. Be ready to
serve your Passover guests a deli-
cious cup of coffee any time they
drop in. Keep Nescafe on hand
throughout the year, too, for that
traditions which make the holiday
more festive.
Speaking of traditions reminds its
that another tradition in Jewish
homes for many years has been
Tetley Tea. Yes, for many
years Tetley has been a favorite in
Jewish homes. In flavor, in rich-
ness, in delicious goodness, no
other tea can compare with it. And
Tetley is kosher for Passover, pro-
duced under strict rabbinical super-
vision for Passover and all year
around.
All are Kosner tor Passover. Get
(hem all and alternate them on the
different days of the holiday. En-
joy "Junket" Rennet Custards dur-
ing Passover. Enjoy them through-
holds throughout the land can use
them with conplele confidence in
their kashruth.
Jewish housewives will welcome
(he news and will avail themselves
of the opportunity to shop for these
Passover favorites. Mott's Apple
Juice, a pure, natural apple juice,
no sugar added, made of the finest
apples, and a wonderful before din-
ner appetizer.
Sunsweet Prune Juice is rich,
natural prune juice, no sugar
added, the perfect breakfast juice
for health and vigor, as an aid to
natural regularity.
Other products of Duffy-Mott are
Mott's Apple Cranberry Sauce, a
delightful combination of the
sauces from the finest apples
and red," ripe cranberries, pacKed
with luscious, langy tartness. And
here's something new:
Try Mott's Apple-R aspberry
Sauce, made with the usual delici-
ous apple sauce plus rich, juicy
raspberries. Also try Mott's Ap-
out the year. too. They add a won- pie Sauce and Sunsweet Cooked
derful festive touch to any dairy I Prunes. Both are tasty and rich in
trtman to Spook
kple Emanu-El Forty-Niners,
wigregation's club for senior
|e members, will hold a social
,' Sunday, Apr. 20, in the
Hall of the Temple, accord-
Mrs. Isidore Newman, pres-
Guesl speaker will be Dr.
^1 Gertman. chief of the Ger-
linic of the University of Mi-
k'hool of medicine.
Bruun to Speak
At Youth Feed
Men's Club of Temple Emanu-El
will sponsor its annual youth break-
fast Sunday, 10 a.m., in the Social
Hall of Temple, according to Jules
P. (.'banning, president.
The men attending the breakfast
will participate in a short service
in Friedland Chapel, conducted by
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Following the
I service, they will-jam with the
I teen-agers, for whom the Temple
holds a weekly Sunday morning
breakfast, in a
singing and games.
A highlight of the morning will
be the appearance of Paul Bruun,
syndicated columnist appearing in
the Miami Beach Sun.
Jewish housewives will there-
fore makely doubly sure to stock
up on Tetley, loos* in packages,
or in tea bags. Th*y know how
good a cup of Tetley's will taste
after a sumptuous Passover
feast. Th*y know how enjoyable
It can b* to s*rv* a cup of T*tl*y
to guests who drop in during th*
holiday. They know how delici-
ous Tetley is with Passover good-
ies.
Remember, for greater Passover
enjoyment, and for greater enjoy-
ment throughout the year, drink
Tetley Tea. In cup or glass, with
lemon or cream, it is always fla-
vorful and delicious.
e
"Junket" Rennet Powder Desserts
Are Kosher for Passover
meal.

Enjoy Duff-Mott Products
For Passover
Here's something every Jewish
housewife should know. A number
of products of the famous Duffy-
Mott Company which are popu-
lar in Jewish homes throughout the
year, have ncen certified kosher for
I Passover. They are under strict
'rabbinical supervision all year
| around and have special Passover
I certification so that Jewish house
minerals, wonderful lor or with
desserts.
Still other products of Duffy-
Mott are Clapp's Baby and Jun-
ior Apple Sauce, Prunes, Apri-
cots and Apple. Also Apple, Or-
ange-Apple and Prune-Orange-
Apple Juices. They are all kosh-
er for Passover and wonderful
for baby.
So enjoy your Passover and keep
on enjoying (hese famous Duffy-
Mott products during Passover as
you have throughout the year.
?
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
11
\l
If
>?
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
[
Here's news which will be most > ?
welcome to the ears of Jewish > >
housewives. "Junket" RennetlH
Powder, so famous throughout ? ?
the United States for the delicious' f
rennet custards it makes is certi-'
fied Kosher for Passover, and it is
kosher throughout the year.
"Junket" Rennet Powders are
session of dancing,' guaranteed to contain no corn-
starch and may therefore be used
during Passover in all Jewish
homes. They are produced under
the strict supervision of an ortho-
dox rabbi for Passover use as well
as for use throughout the year.
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
? ?
?
? ?
? ?
? ?
Foremost
Florida
Dairies
ANNOUNCES
The Perfect Package
fOR
PASSOVER
MILK
UNDER THE
SUPERVISION Of
THE ORTHODOX YAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER,
DIRECTOR
BE SURE ITS
Foremost
Florida Dairies
RETAIL DIVISION
For Home Delivery Ph. FR 4-2621
4
PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER
' OR TELL YOUR DRIVER
NOW
Look for the Passover Emblem on All Products
*
<
i
* i
4
4 4
4 i
4 i
4 i
4 i
4 I
4'
4'
4 <
j:
I 4
I
4
4
4
I 4
4 4
4 4
4 4
:
4 4
4 I
4 I
:
4 I
4'
4 '
4 4
}!
;
:
4 4
4 '
4 '
4'
4 <
4<
44
4 4
4<
4 <
I
4 4
4 4
4<
4 <
4<
i;
4 4
\1


Pags 14-C
+Jmtei>nt***a*
.FrfdaTjMMA H
Key Day Drive Sets Up Organization
For Massive 'Assad!' Here
Left to right ore Henry Gilbert, financial sec-
retary, North Dade Jewish Center; Larry Kent
Nixon, star comedian; Joan Laurance. noted
singer; Jack August, chairman of board of di-
rectors; and Rabbi Henry Okolica. North Dade
spiritual leader. They aze discussing last Sun-
day's rally at Center in connection with swim-
ming pool award. Mi. and Mrs. Jack August,
of Mermaid Pools, are donating pool to Center,
presentation of which will culminate fund drive
at special affair July 13.
Murray Franklin
Scheduled Sunday
Murray Franklin and his cast of
stars will appear at a fwimmtns
pool award rally sponsored by
North Dade Jewish CentiT Sunday
at 8:30 p.m.
Larry- K. Nixon. no*ed en'ertain
er and North Pade member, also
announced the appearance of Leon
Fit Ids. president of the Footlight-
ers. and local comic Ben Kelly.
The program will be held at th<
Center.
A free weekend for two at the
Argosy motel will be presented to |
the person most active in the
March swimming pool contest.
Awarding of the pool will be made
July 13 at a North Dade Jewish
Center function in the North Mi-
ami Armory. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
August, of Mermaid Pools, are I
donors of the grand prize.
Hungarians Mark Assassination
Of Cleared Rudolph Kastner
TEL AVIV (JTA> Hundreds
of Hungarian born Jews, met here
l;i-t week to commemorate the
:ry of the assassin-
ation of Dr. Rudolph Kastner. cen-
tral figure in a two-year contro-
wr-y involving charges that he
had collaborated with the Nazis
during World War II.
Giora Josephthal. general sec-
retary' of the Mapai party of
which Dr. Kastner was a member,
told the assembly that Dr. Kast-
ner. who was posthumously clear-
ed by the Israel Supreme Court
of charges of collusion with the
Nazis when he arranged for the
emigration of more than 600 Jews
from Nazi-occupied Hungary, was
I Symbol of Jewish martyrdom." I
He said that Dr Kastner. unlike
other leaders who either withdrew
seeing no hope for survival or
found refuge for themselves
alone, decided to remain and
struggle to save Hungarian Jews.
Josephthal stressed that the
Mapai movement supported Dr.
Kastner and that th assassins'
bullets were actually directed
again** the movement. Dr. Kast-
ner was shot and killed Mar. 3,
1957, as he was returning home
from his work as editor of a
local Hungarian language daily.
Thr swsoected terrorists were
It takes a big army of volunteers
to knock on b.ooo uuors. eo>i m..i
J. Heiman. chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Key Day oa
Sunday.
To help him direct the wide-
spread 'Shoe Leather" march,
Heiman has named five colonels
who w.ll be responsible lor two sep-
arate battalions of "foot soldiers"
on both sides of the bay. s
In Miami, Aaron Kraviti, Wil-
liam "Bill" Weintraub, and Mrs.
Ccreid P. Soltz have been ap-
pointed by Heiman to recruit vol-
unteers in the three-hour, swift-
MtvtasJ solicitation.
Kravitz and Weintraub are co-
chairmen of the Metro Division in
Miami, and Mrs BoHx was chair-
man of the recent successful Wo-
im-n's Division Tiwn Luncheon Un-
limited.
The Miami chairmen have sent
I a personal questionaire to some
18.000 potential Key Day volun-
teers. They are asked to help cov-
er the CJA contnbutitors located in
all parts of Miami.
Mrs. Jean Lehman and Philip
Schoenberg have been appointed
colonels of the entire Miami
Beach area for Key Day. Mrs.
Lehman is president of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
j member of Federation's 1951
budget committee and a top offi-
cenvicted last Jan. 7 of inten-
tional murder in the slaying.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. world
Jewish leader, stressed in a mes-
sage to the meeting the "impor-
tant task" of Dr. Kastner during
the European holocaust. Partici-
pants in the commemorative
meeting decided to establish a
committee in Dr. Kastner's mem-
ory by a memorial project and
by research into Dr. Kastner's ef-
forts to save European Jews.
Earlier this week, a "Public
Committee Investigating the Gen- j
ocide of the Jewish People in '<
Europe" made up mainly of!
members of the right-wing Herut
party and scholars like Prof. Jos-
eph Klausner, Dr. Joseph Schecht-
man and IUhak Levinson of South
Africa, started a campaign to es-
tablish an independent worldwide
Jewish committee tj investigate
the actions of Jewish leaders dur-
ing the European tragedy.
cer in 1h, CJA Wo.^J
on. m3
Schoenberg has been
the Burtsiu* ^a divjajl]
the Real Estate Umt |3
Many drivers will be an
three houis work on Key lm
transport volunteers with*^
Drivers have ben asked I
Key Day headquartara, J|
Model Seder Scheiy
Temple Judea religiom a
will conduct a model Sedn1
day 10:30 a.m.- under the 4
of Benjamin Udofl, with '
the graduating class of y
brew department m charge,
ritual. Sunday school choc]
the direction of Cantor 1
Gottlieb will rencer the N
melodies.
Passover]
Pleasin'
373 N.E. 61st Street
Distriboted by PALM D.'STRtttfTORS, INC.
Phone FL 7-5371
itravtarrj
liacktarri
hMUrr,
Caarrr
im
tap
Freshest
fruitiest
flavors
IN ANY
GELATIN
DESSERT!
PARK
VlDsA TOD
KOSHER FOR
PASSOVER
KOSHS
Z/ON
P r 0 d ucf$
. tasty, companion
all your festive Passover I
fixings.
"Our best
wishes to you I
and yours on I
the occasion
of this Passov
Holiday Season
$***
Of
WAan
AT tEAOW
SUK1A<

: toaw
lTS
V/t^'l K05HfRZM)N

O' Cf


Lday. March 28. 1958
*Jewi&t tkskMnn
Page 15-C
One Year After Revolt
They're Still Displaced
sfc,
layor Kenneth Oka of Miami Beach reads
loclamation of Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
Ly Week Mar. 17 to 24. Shown (left to right)
\e Academy officials Louis Merwitzer, vice
lesident; Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president. He-
lew Academy Women; and Joseph Cohen,
chairman of coordinating committee for an-
nual year book. During Hebrew Academy
Week, Greater Mami community was invited to
visit school in session and to become acquaint-
ed with Academy's program of education.
VIENNA A little over a
year, ago, a history-makm:
exodus came to a close as armed
Communist soldiers raced into
place along Hungary's common
frontier, .with Austria, effectively
sealing off any further attempts
of escape by Hungarians.
Of the 172.000 Hungarians who
""escaped into Austria. tfieW WerV
some 18500 Jews among them,
nearly all of whom turned for
emergency assistance to the
Joint Distribution Committee.
Today, of the 2,400 Jews still
remaining in Austria, 1250 are
receiving JDC assistance. The
majority of them are now housed
in two Austrian government
camps where they are likely to
remain for a long time to come,
as prospects for their emigration
are now very poor.
One of the*e cimpi-i hue.
rambling compound of three-
story rod brick building* is
located in Korneuburq, 20
miles north of Vienna. Here,
480 Jews ere housed in small
one- and two-family rooms or
in large dormitories.
So far. there has been no no-
ticeable breakdown in morale.
This is due to the fact that almost
all of the 200 employable adults
in the camp are gainfully em-
ployed, either in jobs in Vienna
or Korneuburg, or performing a
service in camp, or attending
ORT classes.
However, the problem of mo-
rale remains an ever-present one
fur, these Hungarian Jews^now
in their second year of refugee
camp life. It is a problem that is
being tackled jointly by JDC,
ORT and the United Hias Serv-
ice, the international Jewish mi-
gration agency, all thres of them
beneficiaries of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
A second group of 450 Hun-
garian Jews are housed in Camp
Aslen in Linz. an industrial city
in northwest Austria. The prob-
lems here are more numerous
than those encountered in Kor-
neuburg. since Linz has very lit-
tle to'offer in the way of em-
ployment. However, some diver-
sion is provided by ORT classes,
with almost 100 people enrolled
full-time. Emigration is also pro-
ceeding at a slow rate.
Social Club Has Dance
North Shore Jewish Center Social
Club held a dance at the Allison
hotel Saturday evening.
reclamation Calls for Establishment
Of First ZOA Village in Wilderness
InEW YORK The Zionist Or-
ganization of America moved
idly forward on a national scale
month to implement one-third
ks massive land redemption and
lamation undertaking in the
Idiu region, of Israel.
j a proclamation by Dr. Eman-
.'.Vtumann. ZOA president, and
roved by the organization's Na-
tal Executive Council, the month
March, 1958 was designated as
(ullam-Kfar Silver Month." dur-
itab.es Attend
(enninq Session
district chairman committee
feting of the Greater Miami Zi-
trict was held Sunday at
unch at the Deuville hotel.
leprcsentatives from Zionist
|rkts in Hollywood. North Shore
lol'ui areas attended the meet-
: to give a report on the prog-
Is of the third annual national
[list dinner which will be held
Sunday at the same hotel.
kecording to S. E. Sctiwanz, who
I overall chairman. Miami and
ami Beach Zionist District are
^king record tains' in the sale
reservations for the dinner
lich will honor Harry Sirkin, life
pident of Temple Emanu-EL
TEA
pCH. ROBUST, BEFBESHINGl
Kosher fer
tf" PASS0VW!
l<-
"clusive bltnd
It ",'M ch0'"
'I'M. old-tint
in*?? t'|rtnct
UN :..,>
MOftf
flover te the cup
more eves > the fmnii
HI l$TOCRAT Of HAS
MIAMI DSTRIBUTOR:
I lBWi r00 WKIAITIB
L!! t_17ik $tr,, HM%mhi Ha.
ing which the entire ZOA member-
ship is called upon to bend every
effort to complete the first of three
ZOA villages in Adullam.
The Adullam Kfar Silver project
is a joint enterprise of the ZOA and
the Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica to hasten the opening of a hith-
erto uninhabited, largely inacces-
sible region of Israel to immigrant
settlement. Adullam, lying south-
west of Jerusalem, covers 100.000
dunams of rock strewn, weed-
choked land which has been barren
for centuries but can be made cul-
tivable.
The ZOA, at its 60th annual con-
vention last year, entered into a .
partnership with the JNF for the |
reclamation of 16,000 dunams of,
Adullam land and the establish-
ment there of three agricultural I
villages to be known as Nachlat j
ZOA. The Kfar Silver Agricultural ,
Training School, a ZOA project
named in honor of Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, is a co-beneficiary in the un-
dertaking.
He Qualifies
For Round Table
Leon Schwartz, general agent
for Pan American Life Insurance
Companv in Miami, has qualified
for membership on the Million Dol-
lar Round Table sponsored by the
National Assn. of Life Underwrit-
ers.
The membership of the Million
Dollar Round Table constitutes the
nations leading life ^insurance
agents. Schwartz qualified for
membership by personally produc-
ing more than one million dollars
of new business during 1957.
In addition to his membership on
the Million Dollar Round Table,
Schwartz is a member of the Pan-
American Life's Senior Dynamo
Club, an organization of the com-
pany's foremost producers
Schwartz' office is located at
1400 Ainsley bldg. in Miami.
'Spring Splash Dance'
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults
preMBted the organization's annu-
al spring splash dance Sunday
at the Temple. Walter Lee and his
orchestra were featured.
Sealtest Southern Dairies Division
SERVES ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS MR YEAR THE TRADITIONAL
MILK SWEET or SOUR CREAM
COTTAGE CHEESE CREAMED or DRY
MADE FRESHLY AT OUR PLANT
SPECIAL
KOSHS L'PESACH
PINEAPPLE & RASPBERRY ICES
PINTS ONLY Available at Our Dealers
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
UNITED BALABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI
DAIRY PRODUCTS
TELL Your DRIVER or PHONE FR 9-6501 for Service
ATTE N TUP W I
POR All INFORMATION FOR STRICT PASSOVER
NODUCTS CONTACT THE VAAD OFFICE AT JE 1-5524
ANY DAY BETWEEN 10 a.m. end 5 p.m.
UNITED BALABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH
* on your j /wweuC
ihopping list!^f -. f&*
Kosher For
PASSOVER


Page 16-C
*. It**'c#< nr*-M*>n
Friday, March 2H
Don't Eye Gaza, Nasser Warned
JERUSALEM -(JTA)- A stem annexing the Gaza Strip was voic- raeli Arab listener, tt I "
warning to the United Arab Repub- ed thia week on Israel's Arab-Ian- on the official station said that tne
lie against any attempt to present guage radio broadcast. Iaraeli Army handed over the Gaia
the world with a fait accompli by Answering a query from an Is-1 Strip to the United Nations Emer
gency Force when it pulled out,
noi 10 Egypt.
If Prasidont NMMr ii serious-
ly consWorJr* a Oaia coup, tho
announcer continuod, ha> JMHtM
oasily have cejaaat fiarform-
anco of his "erJeus vktery
Hi* rotroat from Gaza."
On the other hand, it
cated here that nothing h_
ly happened in relation toftS
ed Arab Republic's pu,, 51
the Gaza
s Plns \t\
Strip which
quire action by the \inH
Observers believe that h
no direct danger to Iir>e| j!
plans. *
Dayenu la perheps the deepest gratitude man
ever uttered in expressing his indebtedness, for
G-d'a* help in overcoming adversity 1 km p^
you agree that recitation of this inspiring passage
from our Haggadah, at the Seder or at any tin*
is a heart-lifting experience in coping with the
problems and adversitiea of our every day lives.
For this presentation, we are grateful to the
Cefmttf Maxwrtt Home wMrh have smwaW
Sri many fine Jewish Community Services andt
the orthodox rabbis who supervised thia work.
The Seder Recital
of Dayenu
FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS
Had He brought us out of Egypt.,
Had He not smote their firstborn...
Had He not provided our needs for forty years...
How many are the favors conferred upon us
by the Omnipresent?
Had He brought us out of Egypt but not
inflicted judgment on the Egyptians... it'
would have sufficed us!
Had He inflicted judgment on them, but not
on their idols... it would have sufficed us!
Had He inflicted judgment on their idols, but'
not slain their first born... it would have suf-
ficed us!
Had He slain the!r first bom, but not given
us their wealth... it would have sufficed us!
Had He given us their wealth, but not divided
the sea for us... it would have sufficed us!
Had He divided the sea, but not brought ua
on to dry land... it would have sufficed us!
Had He brought us on to dry land, but not
drowned our oppressors... it would have suf-
ficed us!
Had He drowned our oppressors, but not pro-
vided our needs for forty years .... it would
have sufficed us!
Had He provided our needs for forty years,
but not fed us with manna... it would have
sufficed us!
Had He fed us manna, but not given us the
Sabbath... it would have sufficed us!
Had He given us the Sabbath, but not brought
us to ML, Sinai... it would have ra|imi us!
Had He brought us to Mt. ^5inal!*but not'
given us the Torah.. .it would have sufficed us!
Had He given us the Torah, but not brought
us to the Land of Israel ... it would have
sufficed us!
Had He led us into the Land of Israel, but
not built for us the Temple... It would have
sufficed usl
Had He not drowned them in the Red Sea...
Had He not given us the Torah ...
TtoOrlfixl
TL13D
A JEWISH PUBLIC SERVICE PRESENTED BY THE
Original Kosher For Passouer Coffees
OF
MAXWELL HOUSE
'.'{? .f,7ta"e w,lh tr.dltlo.
For a porfoct, ploatanl Paitovar, let
the family rcjolca ovor choorino cups
ef coffoe. Maxwoll Hout* eeal
Instant Maxwell Hawse f ffooa
both aortifiod Kosfcor mmst Few **
Ptisaooi ... ctfefevofoel fca lev aaere
Jewish homes than any othar brand
... for richor toff njoym.nt dur-
no tho Passovor, on tho Sabbath one"
the yoar around oocauso thort
ood-to-the-lost drop flavor moons
"To am vos is ains in dor vohl"


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID E7CL71MAO_EI7LXZ INGEST_TIME 2013-05-18T00:33:39Z PACKAGE AA00010090_01573
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES