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The Jewish Floridian ( April 30, 1954 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 28--Number 18 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS [gressional Body Calls For Arms To Arabs '^*r^ ^MH *iU Special Subcommittee of House Makes Quiet Visit To Egypt and Lebanon ** wR JL. piiit of Israel's rebirth is caught in this photograph of a girl i.i the Mosad Aliyah Chil\ Village, a project of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, in Petach TikThis is the outlook that animates the youth of Israel as is prepares to join in the celei of the sixth anniversary of the proclamation of Israel's return to 'he council of nations. WASHINGTON (JTA) — A spe-1 cial subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee has quietly visited Egypt and Lebanon I and made recommendations to Congress especially concerning the need for new equipment by the Egyptian ground forces. The subcommittee was under the chairmanship of Rep. Leroy Johnson, California Republican. Reporting on an inspection of the Egyptian armored and artillery schools on the outskirts of Cairo and the infantry school at Almoza, the subcommittee said that while "Egyptian ground forces must be ranked high in morale" they "are lacking in equipment." It noted the need for new weapons, stating that Egyptian forces were equip| ped 'with old and obsolescent materiel, mostly of British origin." In Beirut the subcommittee was briefed on the Israel situation by United States military attaches and American Embassy officials. The subcommittee reported that it was much impressed by the American University of Beirut, which is a center of anti-Israel propaganda. Simultaneously, it was learned here Tuesday that a U.S. military survey mission, headed by Brig. Gen. Harry Meyers, has returned to Washington from the Near East with recommendations urging the arming of Iraq. The report and recommendations will be treated confidentially by the Secretaries of Defense and State on whose behalf the trip was made. The survey mission secretly visited Baghdad where it consulted with Iraqi authorities with a view to extension of free American military aid under the Mutual Security program. This is the same mission which was sent to Pakistan following President Eisenhower's announcement that Pakistan was eligible for free munitions. The Mutual Security Act this year provided S30.000.000 for Near Eastern arms but only $5,000,000 was spent, mostly for Ethiopia. This left S25.000.000 to be carried into the new fiscal year of 1955 while an additional appropriation of S50.000.000 has just been reouested. This would make $75,000.000 available in arms for the area as soon as the legislation now before Congress is enacted. Pakistan will get a considerable portion, but authorities here have definite plans to use significant sums to arm Arab League states in line with the new policy. New Lease >• Wants Israel to Make Concessions To Arabs in Move for Near East Peace fVlV (JTA) The United fould like to force Israel I concessions to the Arabs to obtain peace, Zalman Israel minister without I. charged here in the first P> reaction to the policy F of Assistant Secretary 1 for Near Eastern Affairs v Byroade on Israel and 1 states. I address to the Dayton. O.. Ion World Affairs April 9. P Byroade called on Isr""t its actions in relation Fran states to its peaceful |" e also urged Israel to see T a Middle Eastern state. rnterf„r world Jewry and P> which Jews have special Fa to which they owe spei ">". At the same time. 'upon the Arab states to mat the existence of 1sl an accomplished fact. faL".u Mapai Part >' meet %  Jtovoth. Mr. Aranne called =„J ades statement ^asserted that-at the June, srael Americ|in Me Slm,| ar to those which existed bejween the Jewish community of Palestine and Britain prior to the issuance of the White Paper of 1938. Expressing the opinion that Secretary Byroade spoke as he did "upon direct orders" of the State Department, the Israeli Minister declared that Secretary Byroade's words constituted a demand on Israel not to react to border incidents. Mr. Arane predicted that within two years Israel would be engaged in a political camp aign "similar to and as difficult as the one which preceded the United Nations partition decision of 1947. Mr. Aranne also postulated what he called "axioms" in the current situation. These he listed as follows: The Jewish people are united and the State Department's efforts to cause a breach between Israel and world Jewry will fail. Israel will not surrender its contacts with world JewryIsr** 1 will not agree to become a "Jewish ehetto" in ahestile_Arab_ world. Israel will not surrender territory nor abandon its capital, Jerusalem. Israel will not accept the return of the Arab refugees. Israel will oppose vigorously the arming of the Arab states. A Foreign Ministry spokesman in Jerusalem termed an "invention" and "absolutely unfounded" a Moscow newspaper report alleging that Israel had promised Britain military bases on its soil. Chasanow to Be Given New Navy Hearing WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Navy Department agreed this week to give Abraham Chasanow a newhearing to present "reasons for reconsidering the decision" to dismiss him from Navy Department employment as a security risk. Chasanow. distribution control officer of the Hydrographic Office and a Navy employee for 23 years, was dismissed on security grounds although a Naval Security Board had unanimously rejected the charges against him. In asking reconsideration. Mr. Chasanow raised the question of anti-Semitism as a factor in the case. The Navy action came after the American Jewish Congress had called on the Secretary of the Navy to determine whether anti-Semitism was involved in the case. The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith this week also asked the Navy for information on the case. Chasanow is a member of B'nai B'rith. Assistant Secretary of the Navy J. H. Smith, in making the announcement said the Navy does not intend to say any more at this time because of the possibility of prejudicing the outcome. Stand Outlined on Fifth Amendment BOSTON (JTA) — The Amen can people should either make up their minds "that the Fifth Amendment means what it says, that it is a shield and it may be freelyused without legal consequences, or it is not. in which case it has lost all significance." Simon H. Rifkind of New York, former U.S. District Court judge, declared here. However, he cautioned that | "though the use of the Fifth Amendment does not warrant an inference of guilt, it may never theless. warrant further inquiry." Speaking to the annual dinner meeting of the Boston chapter of the American Jewish Committee at the Hotel Somerset, Judge Rifkind, who is chairman of AJC's National Administrative Committee, pointed out that "to say. as some do. that the assertion of this j high privilege is in itself an admission of guilt, is a startling inJ novation." Judge Rifkind deplored both the "osiiicn approach" to Communism, which insists there is no danger, and the "hysterical approach," which makes people "incapable of estimating the actual danger or knowing what to do about it." He urged instead "the manly approach that soberly faces up to the fact that there is a danger." As part of this approach he stated that we should recognize that a person who Continued on Pao* 11 A Jodyc Sim* MUM Atf\rti estrkh apprch



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PAGE 2 A +ie*i*i On the basis of return,al ffadft,J. *• •MWW'*' •'''•'•> iHf mask that tin" %  ssMsyilaws will receive final approval at the dinner meeting by an almo-t unanimous vote. The committee which drafted the b) laws ico-chaired hy Mrs Anna %  Banner Myers and Irvinfl Cypi n, Also serving on the committee are Daniel || Broad. Mrs Moses Kneger, M •' Kopelowitt, Harold Thurman. David Trau and Dr Joseph If. Weidberg In accordance with the new bylaws, the Admissions Committee, chaired bj Judge Harold B Spaet, will have the reaponsibilit} tor formulating a basic statement on he Homeadmission and discharge policies and procedures, which are subject to final approval by,.the Board oi Directors other members of the committee are MrBenjamin Appel, Daniel M. Broad, Jack earner. Irving Cypen. MrMoses Krieger Barnej It Lee, MrBaron de Hirsch Mi j er, Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers, A J. Paul. MrSol Silverman, Dr i,-Spirer, David Trau and Harold Thurman, 1A officio members are \be Kurman. president, and M .1 Kopelo w itz, chairman of Board s< rving as professional consultants to the committee are Dr Samuel Gerl man, mi dical director; Arthur Kalish, social worker; and Maurice Pearlstein, executive director. IY THE IAKEIS OF "OVIM (Hsr'Hi ) Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTOR* 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. iTniii IJYilh Women Pliin Local It mclioiis i %  %  monii • w ill be M j 5 B 30 p m ell Chapti r ol B n -i B rith Women al the Nan tilltt Hotel. Officerto be installed are the Me-dameJerome Robinson, president; Herman Mark.-, first vici president; Norman Shandelman second vice president; Harold Saxa third vice president; Seymour Ro senthal. financial secretary; Ber nard Rosenblatt, recording lecre tary; Herbert Comm, correspond ing -.cretary; Carl Rolnick. treas urer; Norman Reinhard, parliamen tanan; Jeffrey Wershil, historian and Harold Siegal, sentinel-guard ian. Mrs Gerald Soltz, past preaiden of the chapter ami viee president oi B'nai B'nth Women's Council oi South Florida, will be Installing officer. Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women Will mark the be ginning of their 1954 menorah games on Wednesday, May 5, 12 noon, at the Empress Hotel. Menorah games will be held everv Wednesday at the Empress Hotel thereafter. Mrs. Lil Koren but is chairman. North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women will hold its weekly menorah games party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, May 5, 1 p.m. Mrs. Boron 4t Hirtch Mayor CPA 9 Elect Al Wiener to Ottive Al B Wiener has been elected president of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Other officers named by the 1 group, popularly known athe Dade County CPA's, include Beth M Thompson, vies president; Bar nej Bernstein, secretary; and William A Her/og. treasurer.. Member! of the Board of Directors are Ralph H, Bssrdsn, Jr.. Louis Oilman. Arthur Hemmings. Robert Parker and Allen Tomlinson, III Wiener !)a-erved the organiss tion as treasurer, vice president and member of the Board. He is a I senior partner in the firm of Wien-1 er & Stern He is al-o treasurer of Ka-tern I S \ Bulldog Club of America, first \ice president and chairman of the Board of Miami Beach Anglers Club, treasurer of Miami Beach Summer Fishing Tournament, member of the Estate Planning Council of Southeast Florida and American Institute of Accoun-1 tants. Dade County CPA's include som* 25 percent of all of Florida's certified public accountants. Purposes of the organization are to regulate ethics, hear grievances and disseminate information and advice on the latest developments in accounting and income and estate taxes. Group Meets for Dinner Naomi Group of Hadassah met Thursday evening at the Regal Social Hall for a spaghetti dinner Featured was a family secret" sauce prepared by Mrs. Don Stu art. Al Goodman presented a pro gram of magic and hypnosis. Mrs Arthur Hershbein was in charge of arrangements. woaiDS laaofsr Breakfast Service Due Young Peoples' League of North Dade Jewish Center will meet on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for breakfast services. Arnold Stern will be principal speaker and discuss vocational guidance. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v „ NAME LAW N"M' >: |a HEREBY QIVRM .), the undoralcMd, tcali-ina lo Micas. A I \ l A '" : Berlrtt, Mh ",' '" %  "*rm i, 120 Line. Rood. Miami i:.-.„ i„ ,„..,„, • %  '< %  "• with th Clark ..f ii,.,< MUII of r>,,,i, ('<„,„!*, i N MM AN WKINBKlS] .',Vv''i,v S S '' :N,,l -"' K l ,'> ln UWNEKBUCK un I ,, PEST CONTROL Coll 2-1774 • &f s i MM art* %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY No 1W"'. DORA BTERN, Plaintiff, PKR £S5t^T ST, -">-' %  • • •• % %  i.-,NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOI KER1UNANH .I I i:\ Weal I6tn si i...i. \, ,, V orfc '' %  %  ';> notified thai %  mil of Com' rou' %  ;• %  w %  • • ?w pf yo ii \n-, %  ,,, i-. I( i nj to the BUI of Complalm plnlntirr'a attorn.-) THKtiiKiitV i gAKowin,,,. s,,„..M ',: V'" 1 "Hortda, and ftla n ina Anawar or Pleadlna In i_. off" "V '"''£ u '' %  ""< Court, on o before tka Nth da) of Ha I I i will be taken .„I,.I %  ,.,„ f.„ ,)„. ,, J v",!"","t' ln "'"'" f fomptalnt ,•,',>''AN ORDERED al Miami Florida, thla 27th .lay of April v' K H. I.KATIIKKMX.N. $lrk. Cln-ult Court Had* County. Florida ^2^ 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington ATI. OCULISTS Prescriptions Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Larqs Selection in Latest Styles DAY WORKERS Si ana For. Hal.I Males Perters Dithweshert Caterae Moid. -Part Tin,, er Fell Time la frivol. Hesaes ACE EMPLOYMENT '17 N.E. lit Ava. Ph | ,ao7 No Ch.ro, t. %  aapi.y,; S. 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f, APBIL 30. 1954 Wall Dies; Resident es were held in Temple for Herman Wall, 83-yearestate investor, who died Burial followed in Woodlemorial Park under direcliversidc Memorial Chapel, leach. Hall, who lived at 20 E. llto dr., came from New years ago and was active Iness, civic and social afLt president of Temple Isle was a member of the %  of Westview Country Club, Local Delegates Will j Attend JCRS Meeting Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld, president of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, will attend the 50th annual convention of the organization to be held in New York at the A.stor Hotel, May 15. Accompanying her will be Mrs. Morris Goluskin, immediate past president. Delegates from all over the country will gather to make plans for furthering the benefits received by the patients in the JCRS Hospital-Sanatorium in Denver. Colo., which is free and non sectarian. The hospital has now widened its scope to include the treatment of cancer, bronchial ashma and allied diseases of the chest. •JewlstifhrMtofi PAGE 3 A Herman Wall li.imi Beach Exchange Club, be Elks Lodge of Key West. [also was secretary of the |an Islands Association, a of the Variety Club and era Guild of Greater Miami. uvors include his wife, Berson. Bernard M., Miami a daughter, Mrs. Cecile \r. New York, and a brother, Lipton. New York. Ih Unveiling dedication of a monument to nemory of the late Harry formerly o f Pompano i will take place Sunday, May p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Cemetery, with Rabbi Max officiating. Mr. Barth is I by his wife. Amanda. Ar nents are in charge of Palm iami Monument Company i and relatives are asked to SobiPMki Tills Yiewn Here Francis A. Sobieski, candidate for School Board, District 2. held an organizational meeting recently at the Polish-American club and addressed a large group of his sup porter 1 ; and friends. In explaining his desire to be elected to the office, he said he "hoped to bring harmony and progress to the board." He also stressed the need for vocational rehabilitation for handi capped children, pointed out the needs of the faculty and students and emphasized his familiarity with the various problems after four years as a Dade County teacher. Samuel S. Cohen Dies; Was Director of Hospital Samuel S. Cohen, 56, a retired optical manufacturer of 426 W. San Marino dr., Miami Beach, died Sunday at his home. A local resident for the past 12 years, he came from New York. Mr. Cohen was a member of the board of directors of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital and donated a building to the home in the name of his son, the late Melvin Cohen. He was also a member of the Odd Fellows and a Mason. Surviving are his wife, Rae; a son. Norman; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, all of Miami Beach; a brother and two grandchildren. Services were held Wednesday in Beach Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Ritter Dead; Was Communal Leader Mrs. Rose L. Ritter, 3011 Royal Palm ave.. Miami Beach, a prominent leader in Jewish and other charily organizations of this comm u n i t y died Sunday in a hospital. She also had een a business voman of disinction. pioneerng in Miami Jeach hotel and eal estate busiesses after movng here from Mr,. Ritt.r J^ewood. N •> • 25 years ago. In March. 1953. she and her husband, Samuel Ritter, presented a new Sefer Torah (scroll of law) to the Hebrew Academy, which they helped found, as part of the institution's sixth anniversary. She also was a founder of the Jewish Home for the Aged. She was a vice president of the Israeli chapter of Hadassah, member of Temple Emanu-El Sister' hood, honorary vice president of the Hebrew Academy Women, i member of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Beach, member of National Council of Jewish Women, Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Deborah Sanatorium, and the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a sister. Mrs. MarySiegfried, Miami Beach. Funeral services were held in the Miami Beach Elks Lodge auditorium Tuesday, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El, and Rabbi Alexander Gross of the Hebrew Academy, officiating. Burial followed in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, under direction of Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. With Profound Sorrow We, fat Offices, Directors, Faculty and Student Body OF THE HEBREW ACADEMY Mourn the Sudden Passing of MRS. ROSE RITTER Vice-President of the Hebrew Academy Women end Devoted Servant of Oar Children May Her Glorious Deads and Noble Achievements tver he an Inspiration to us All Mrs. Sidney Rubinowiti, President, Hebrew Academy Women B. I. Binder, President IN THE HEART Of F L 0R I 0 A For Boys Just 4 Hours from Miami WHERE THERE NEVER HAS BEEN A StflOUS POUO OUTBRIAK Ft* of $350 for • weeks includes transportation, laundry and horseback riding. Philip S. 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PAGE 4 A Hp^flnrtpw; FROM *Jmtati Meridian mm Friday .me. i.27 b, ,. j.w..h OFFICE and PLANT 120 HI Sixth Str* ISO N. E. Sixth street. Miami la, Florida^ TleDhones 2-1141 — 2-8212 cond-claaa matter July 4. 1M0, at th. Poat lewpnuii — Published Floridian at 1_ Enterad aa aacona-ciaaa ma'tcr July a, lsou, at tna r-o Otfice-Sf Miami, Fla., undar tha Act of March J. 17. ,„ ..„,.__ ,,,.., no t cuarantae tha KaahTha Jewish Floridian haa abaorbad tha Jawlah Unity The Jewish Flnrldlan *" %  umni and tha Jawiah Waakly. Mambar of tha Jawlah Telenlth of the m frrhanrtiae a.ueniaea—; graphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, World_ N MATES: wide Nawa Service. National Editorial Association, AmerSU IIC ".L, Two Years —— SS-00 lean Aaaociation of English.. Jewish Newspapers, Florida One Year *3.00 *" Preas Aaaociation. %  ,, _,.,, %  Friday. April 30. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 28 Number 18 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Ittaan_27._57M Israel's Sixth Year of Independence assured and its attitude toward democracy and freedom clearcut in the international war of ideas. Israel as "the sure thing" suffers the result of Arab intrigue at the hands of Western "fair-mindedness" and "objectivity" which constantly woos a quicksilver and treacherous Moslem favor. This is the tenor of the time on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of Israel's independence. We prefer to dwell upon the glowing story of the young republic's achievement, but the sorrowful shadow cast by Israel's enemies encroaches constantly upon our thoughts. It should certainly unite us on one matter — that our financial and spiritual support of the Jewish State must continue unstintingly. Israel will celebrate its sixth anniversary of independence on Thursday. May 6. This is a strained and extremely difficult time for the young Jewish republic. The happy side of Israel's six years tells a glowing story of achievement. The State has just about doubled its population, welcoming hundreds of thousands of newcomers, many of whom have little more to offer a needy government and people than their presence in a hospital bed. A principal vow has thus been respected — to keep the doors of Israel open for all Jews, no matter whether they are a productive asset or liability, and to act as a haven not only for the remains of the Hitler terror but also for the idealist who has lived to see the fulfillment of the Zionist dream and who seeks actively to apply his energies toward the consolidation of that fulfillment. On the happy side, as well, is the story of unprecedented industrial expansion within a short period of time and the development of commercial centers horn whose furnaces rise an astonishing array of export products which find their way to Euiope, the Scandinavian countries, the Far East and even seemingly impenetrable Soviet Russia, where Israel's citrus iruits are purchased in vast quantities. But this spiritual and industrial progress does not tell the complete tale. The disguieUng side of the passing of Israel's sixth anniversary casts a sorrowful shadow upon its accomplishment :o date. While the Jewish State suffers a normal amount of internal diificulty which slows .ts achievement and which makes it formative experience akin to that of most every other nation, its position is unfortunately unique in that the major share of the danger to its ultimate success and security lies outside. On the eve of Israel's sixth anniversary of independence, no neighbor nation recognizes its political integrity, and every Arab government is dedicated to the destruction of the Jewish State. Established by United Nations proclamation, Israel increasingly has become the UN "problem child." punished for reasons of diplomatic expediency and more and more often abandoned in the race of alliance and counter-alliance between East and West. The JewjshJ>t^-sj)o^tion on Communism Th Arolsen \rt hix rs Those Arolsen records are in the news again. They are the archives which contain the data on some 16.000.000 victims of Nazi persecution. West Germany has. for a long time now quietly suggested that they be taken out of the hands of theu joint jurisdiction shared by the American. British and French High Commissioners. The U.S. State Department denies that any decision on the matter is at hand and insists that the International Red Cross has been examining the archives at Arolsen with a view to presenting proposals for their future servicing. We can well understand the deep concern voiced by the survivors of Nazi persecution who are alarmed at the prospect of West Germany's ultimate success in obtaining the archives. Theodore Oberlaender. former supervisor of the DP camp at Foehrenwald and a sly man with a dark record, has been among the foremost Germans advocating that the Arolsen records be handed over to the Federal Republic. Along with the others, he believes that the white-washing process of war guilt has been progressing all too slowly. Control of the records, he knows, can hasten that end. Oberlaenaer is also the delightful character who recently told an impatient audience of Nazi war veterans that the archives are being used to "blackmail" West Germany and to "suck the blood" of its economic revival. We hope the State Department makes a considered decision on the dispensation of the archives. ^*ciai worker's vocabuUrv' we do in our spare hours becomes a reflection of th into which we have unfortunately fallen. "Organ. !" u!^ I manifestation of this activity. The docile individual f ?„ !Jill ; of contentment there. The so-called leader, tha. i',, ^1 with non-defined aggressions, is often shipwrecked m £ cosmic battles for power. All of this. I hope7„u\'jS exaggeration. The hundreds upon hundreds of orgaiffL Greater Miami area attest to the truth of what I have bwtj It is a downright pity that so many of us have forgotttk.d of spending our free time with fine literature or in the *u< sources of contamination since they could hardly > country and the State of Florida without a comprenens M But never does it suggest that the Puerto Rican en ^J %  mivc. ot C.I.I :imm:ii inn ainrp thev could hardly n J hout a comprehensive^ noculations. In one final and vain attempt, the bun & think how the Puerto Rican feels who comes h ere Jj, in! at all exactly how the Puerto Rican does feel nor n < filings have to do with this final and hysterical U,D ^ ( 4 that the island of Puerto Rico and the State of Flora ^ ^ definitions of 'white.' It it a deep and abiding con ^ <-ur people, let us recognize," the association rcniint races should not mingle socially." 1" in ba*.1 DON'T Bf AfHAID, .' ON YOUR SlDf Thus. -The Children's Protective League A*s0C ''L ltj ru*! muddlement, indicatea that it is protecting notnin ^ it sen**] bigoted and that by the proportion of its P rejua ~T The M vance the very instability it theoretically t-onrte '", ls w the m"J bigotry is intellectual confusion, for the bigot appeaj. f jn ed As such, this association, with its emotional im' ^.affj high, may join the ranks of a host of other rgn"*< purpose*! in category because of its obvious social danger. "" confused.



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HL 30. 1954 lates from Miami to Represent iapter at Hadassah Conference +Je*lstnorkffan fclepates representing |0 members of the hi Chapter of Hadas Ed the fourth annual If the Florida State Tampa Terrace HoIpeninK Saturday evee function will be a td meeting, with othKeint entertained at Hadassah members. formal function is take place on Sunday Jr 2. with a keynote [inference advisor and president of HadasShapiro, of Clevene df the entire con\dventures in Jewish local chapter presidents and Mrs Milton Sirkin, regional vice presi dent. Slated for Sunday evening is a panel discussion on the subject "Spotlight on Democracy." Mrs Weinstein will act as moderator Participating are Mrs. Clarence Berolrheimer. of Tampa, speaking on "Democracy's Hebrew Roots Prof. William Carlton, of the University of Florida, presenting "Tensions in the Middle East;" and Mrs. Shapiro, "Democracy in Israel." Monday sessions will Include a Membership Workshop, with Reg ional membership awards slated for presentation, and elections at the closing session in the afternoon. Installation of officers will precede the Monday evening banquet. I. D. L'nna. vice consul of the Is rael Embassy, will be guest speaknn Klausner, of Jack%  fonal president, who Irned from a trip to Kate, will address a Sunday. Subject of Icheduled as: "Israel er. I The fourth annual conference of Hadassah in on Sunday morning, with repreIcipating will be Mrs. I sentatives of Junior Hadassah and lens, Deborah Chap*; Young Judaea participating. krle> Gottlieb, Menorlati.l Mrs Irwin WeinCsnient of the Greater lei and current vice (the Florida Region. the Miami delegation [Saniuel Sakrais, presi%  Greater Miami ChapIheduled to take part %  deliberations are the Chapter Oiiivvrs ^pter ol the Jewish Nafor A-thmatic Chiller, Colorado, honored cte.l officers at an in|ncheon Thursday in i Terrace Hotel. Is Skop, installing offiI.i their new posts the kmes George Bernstein, Harold Solomon, first Int; N Peter Morris, president; Allan K. | thud vice president; er> and Irving Kelton, i'A secretaries; Herbert nancial secretary; Ber%  easurer; and Eugene %  tor to Perform IIUM Concert and last pair of the "I the University of |hony Orchestra series sunder the leaderhip of John Biter is scheduled or May !) and 10. Eugene Dubois, •oncertmaster of he orchestra for he past four tars, will be sottoist. Dubois was Worn in Montreal Canada. At the age of three ps taken toTJelgium by I He began to study •nth his father at the lyears. After two years, hlN debut in Nantes, entered the Brussels B at the age of eight |M at 13 with the first "'her artists have the I l graduating at such SP from a musical conEugene Ysaye and %  son, Jer studied with ThomP Ih( age of 15, substif latter hen Thomson Punng Belgium with a jot success. E min K u > Florida, DuFWwrtmaster with the I nilharinonic for two 1 concertmaster ltheM P, r ,( 0m P an >' a nd | n e Metropolitan Opera I'*;' concertmaster at Jg "' Miami, he is a 'he faculty of the music P fewor £ the violin. Ezra Finegold to Head North Shore Center Ezra Finegold was unanimously elected to serve as president of the North Shore Jewish Center at a general meeting here and attended by some 300 members of the congregation. In addition to his active interests in congregational affairs, Finegold has gained a community-wide reputation in local functions. He is treasurer of the North Shore Zionist District and Board member of B'nai B'rith and of the Chicago Club. Last year. Finegold se'rved as area coordinator for the State of Israel Bond Drive. He is also president and organizer of the Biscayne Point Home Owners Association, The newly elected president dedicated to civic improvement comes from Chicago, where he is well known in the infants and childrens wearing apparel industry. Also named to office were Jack Klinger. vice president; Paul Press, secretary; Al Goldstein, financial Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right), spiritual leader of North Shore Jewish Center, congratulates Ezra Finegold on his election to presidency of the Center, secretary; Jacob Mayblum. assist-1 brio, Sam Feldman. Wm. J. Harant financial secretary; Judge Ted ris. Mitch Reiner, Joseph Kahn, Nelson, treasurer. Leon Rosenblum, Al Saperstein, Board of Directors are Morris | Abe Selecoff, Harry Tavlin, Dan Black, Louis Cohen, Dr. Ben Fa-1 Wagner and Ben Marin. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! 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PAGE 6 A *lpwi^ncrkfk%r) -5UDAY. Miss Elenorc Cook Gi Brother in Marriage Miss Elenore Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Cook, 935 S\V 9th St.. and Edward Silberstein, Mil of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Silberstein, 728 South Dixie High way, Hollywood, were united in marriage on Sunday. April 11th. at Temple Beth Sholom in Hollybi Samuel S. Lerer officiated at the4 p.m. ceremony, and David Flaxler, soloist, accompanied by the Larry Lapin Trio, offered tra ditional nuptial music. Robert Silber.-tein. brother of the groom, was besl man. and ushers were Edward Sharps. Monroe Udell and Edward Lustig. Given in marriage by her broth er. Phil Cook, the bride chose a slipper satin formal with bouffant .-kirt endinR in a cathedral train The waist of chantilly lace over satin extended from a peplum front to a long lace train in back ar.d featured scalloped illusion ntckline with hanilclipped lace design. Her double-tiered French ilHowaid Schweifier Howard Schweitzer To Be BarMifzvah Howard, sun ol Mr ;md Mrs K' bert Schweitzer, 1331 s\\ 19 -i v. .11 become Bur Mitzvah on Satur da> morning, Ma> l 9 am., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congre-. tion. Howard attendShenandoah Junior High School, ia member oi the < ..mera Club and plays clarinet in the school band. He ialso student ;-.l the Helmious School ol Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, where he advises the Junior Congregation, and belongs to the Boy & nit Troop. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct services, with Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader, officiating, and Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions ol the liturgy. A reception will follow the cere mony. Among guests of honor will bi Howards grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldstein. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Margaret Schweitzer. Mi ami. The Goldstein will celebrate their 41st wedding anniversarj on that day. ven Away by Her to Edward Silberstein lusion veil was held in place by a Juliet cap of chantilly lace made with seed pearl design She carried a white satin bridal 1 Bible centered with white hybrid I orchid and showered with baby I breath. Maid of honor. Miss Sylda BotI win. wore orchid brocade with acI cordion pleated net skirt and cari ried a cascade bouquet of golden nugget roses. Bridesmaids, the i Misses Mimi Vankow. Arlene Kroll | and Arline Imber. wore ballerinas of flame net. shell pink tulle and flamingo taffeta, respectively, and all carried cascade bouquets of deep yellow glamelias and marconi daisies. Junior bridesmaid was Brenda i Silberstein. -jster of the groom, wearing orchid taffeta with full net skirt She carried a scarlet king carnation nosegay, and Leslie Con, Cousin of the groom, was flower girl, attired in a gown identical to that of the junior bridesmaid She carried a pink satin basket with rose petalMrCook cho-e I pale blue tufted handkerchief linen with rhineStone design, and Mrs Silberstein ..in wedgewood blue taffeta with pearl and rhinestone de-ign. Both wore orchid corugei Mrs Lillian Alter cho-e navy crepe with double gardenia cor-, saee Mrs. Phil Cook, -i-tcr in-law : of the bride, wore a white linen and pink cymbidium orchid cor-1 nge Flowers were de-mncd and executed bj the Black-tone Flower Shops A reception and buffet dinner dance at the Temple followed the I ceremon) Among out of town i uue-twere Mr and Mrs. Charles | SaKer ol Brooklyn. New York. Ih" bHde ia graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the Universit) ol Miami. She is | a number of Sha^t Chapter and advisor to Belle Chapter of B'nai, B'rith Young Women The groom is a graduate of New York schools and attended the I'niversity of Miami. He was with the IS Navy during World War II. and -aw service in the Far Fast For her going away costume, the bride chose a Navy shantung suit with white accessories and white orchid corsages I'pun completion of a honeymoon trip b\ motor through trie State of Florida, the neuhuedwill reside at 711 South 20th ave.. Hollywood. Mrs. Hwri Si/benfein Joan Adler, Vera Shapiro On Lear Graduation Program The Lear School graduating class has selected Miss Joan Adler. daughter of Mr and Mrs Max Adler. 1985 Calais dr.. Miami Beach. as saludatorian lor its senior grad nation exercises to be held in the school's new auditorium. 1010 West ave.. on May 26 Miss Vera Shapiro, daughter of W". and MrMorris Shapiro. 801 j Venetian dr. majoring in Music and An at the school, has been apj pointed by the class to deliver the valedictory address Miss Adler plans to continue her' academic training at the Cniver I sit> of Miami, while Miss Shapiro will attend Swathmore College I •where she plans to major in Psv etiology. \TERMITE A I TROUBLE? • FREE INSPECTION • 5 YR. GUARANTEE BONDED • INSURED MIAMI 3-5210 MIAMI BEACH 58-7341 NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS, Inc. Miss Walder Weds Seymour Eichner Sunday. April 11th. was the day chosen by Miss Sandra F. Walder for her marriage to Mr. Seymour Eichner at the Trocadero. Miss Walder is the daughter of Mr. J. J. Walder. 9990 SW 55th St., and Mr. Fichner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lotlil Eichner, of 1020 6th st.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Josef E. Rackovsky officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. Best man was I. Archie Goodwin. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina gown of crystaline with capsleeves. The scoop neckline was edged in flat pleats falling into a deep V in back and ending in a large bow Matching gauntlets completed her costume. The shoulder-length double-tiered veil of French illusion was held in place by a cap of crystaline. She carried a white satin covered Bible with white hybrid orchid center and nylon tulle shower. For "something borrowed" she carried an heirloom lace kerchief Maid of honor was Miss Flora Eichner. sister of the groom. She and and also patrol leader of*Bby Scout Troop No. 338. He has been attending the Flagler-Granada Religious School for the past four years and successful ly passed the Bar Mitzvah examination given by the Bureau of Jew ish Education. Robert will chant the Maftir and address the congregation. Rev. Leo Heim. religious leader, will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. George Jaknowitz. uncle and aunt, if New York City, will be among out-of-town guests. Mrs. Rose Franzblau, the Bar Mitzvah "s grandmother, is also expected from New York. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at the reception follow ing. later* FrawiMaa Miss Gillette) July 11 for We Mr. and Mrs. Julo(_ Miami Beach, annomai gagement of their i tricia Anne. toHarrjl son of Mrs Julius Louis. Mo. Miss Gillette is i Penn Hall Preparatory I, Chambersberg. Pa Ski the University o( MiaU .• %  he was a member ofl|| Sigma Sorority. Active i let Guild of Greater I became well known ill area for her dancing ml She recently return*!! North, where she sufi in the Broadway and panicof "Wish You W Her fiance. Mr. Walui ally from St. Louis. Bel Washington University. World War II. he becaatl ment training instructor j Army Air Force Mr. H lives in Lansing. Michipi, The couple plan on I ried July 11. and will home in Lansing. Mk Mrs. Wolfson is Guest Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on Sat urday. May 24. at 6:30 p.m., over ,•11 Wolfson. president at phOtt) Club. They will Symphony Club and i.nl Station VVKAT. will be Mrs Mitch concerts I I I ( Smmbf KOSHER CATEREI Weddings Bar Mitzvah Buffets Garden Parties C A T £ R1N C A Complete Sen iCl No Party Too Small No Party T.. Lane 775 Dad* Boulevard Miami Beach Phon 5-995: If No Antwei M **-<>^ Under Rabbinic4l Suptn 8 the home of >urdiWs SUNSHINE FASHIONS •ra. U.S. pat. off. Miami • Miarmi Beach • Ft Laudardala '*•** wnn,., Kami l-noic !"


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APRIL 30. 1954 lsi Wedding Set [iss Enid Davis %  ml Mrs. Max Davis an[the engagement of their r Enid Sandra, to Albert off. son of Mrs. Lillian ApI the late Mr. I. Apseloff, BI : Ohio. J)avis attended Mannheimer [School and is a graduate m School. She was also a „t National College of EdnEvanston. Illinois, and gradfom the University of Mi&•, done post graduate work ."niversit) of Colorado and staff of Biscayne Elemenhool at present. She is the member of the North j'nai B'rith Women's ChaplAp'-cloff graduated from High School, Cincinnati, [ended the University of CinHe is a veteran of World [ having served in the South He is a member of the Hills Masonic Lodge No. fencinnati. and is a 32nd lin the Miami Consistory. prden wedding has been I for August 1. !^BH^#fcr/afe#7 PAGE 7 A The Bar Mitzvah of Howard Joel Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, 1565 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, will take place on Saturday morning. May 1, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Howard is an eighth grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. (. Irving Cypen Succeeds Mrs. ion as Sisterhood President Irving Cypen will succeed ti'cph A Berman as presiIhe Si>terhood of Temple l-EI, it was announced after reni election of officers and |i Directors for the coming f'ng with Mrs. Cypen will re presidents Mrs. Jules hg, Mrs, Herman Mechlokr.d Mrs. Henry Waitzkin; |er. Mrs S:imuel Wiesen; fiserreiaries. Mrs. Henry (ml Mrs Charles Rosengarording secretary, Mrs. Harck. secretary, Mrs. Robert corresponding secretaries, lax Bauer and Mrs. Lewis M. ; auditor. Mrs. Harry Rogers; n, Mrs .Joseph A. Berman: pry president, Mrs. Frances and honorary vice presi|Mrs Irving Lehrman. Pew members of the Sisteroard of Directors are the ties Arthur Applebaum, Ben I Joseph cherner, Leo ChaiCk Falk, George Feuer, Wiltuer. Irving Firtel, Samuel Ind, Charles Fruchtman, Gersten, Samuel Ginsberg, f Ginsburg. George Goldlian Goodman, Benjamin |< Murry Grossman, Nat Theodore Hankoff, Henbian, Joseph Kanter. Mesdames Erwin Karson. Koret/ky, Joseph Lipton, Lipton. Samuel Lurie, AbMindes, Philip Neuwhth, Newman. Samuel Oka, Al Al Osheroff, Joseph M. Raymond Rubin, Frieda Sal m Seligman, Alfred Stone, I Straus>.. Alex Sussman, >' Thorpe. George Talianoff, Harold Turk, Ira C. Walsey, Carl Weinkle. Leonard Wolfe and Benjamin B. Wolff. The Sisterhood will seat its new leaders at an installation luncheon in the Saxony Hotel on May 18. Mrs. Murry Grossman is luncheon chairman. PERSONALLY Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bauer, of 8141 Crespi blvd., announce the birth of their twin son and daugh ter at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Friday. Mrs. Bauer is the former Frances Cohen, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 3529 Pinetree dr. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Esther Bauer, of Golden Beach. %  •* Ensign Stanley D. Bulbin, son of Mr. Henry Bulbin, was met in of Mr. Henry Bulbin, was met by his father in Key West on Monday, when his boat docked after a ninemonth tour of duty in the Pacific. After a five-day leave here, he will report to Norfolk on Monday. •Ct %  & %  & Samuel April spent the Passover holidays with his parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, 1380 SW 11 st. %  fr ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Lew Braverman head of Dynamic Products and member of the Miami Beach Planning Board, are off again on another jaunt. This time they-ve flown to Nassau. ft ft ft Bob Shevin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shevin, 1844 SW 13th St.. has been accepted in Florida Blue Key. Shevin is a senior at the University of Florida. He recently won the Southern Debate Championship and placed second in a national debating contest at West Point, New York. Mrs. Inrino Cypen Israel Program Scheduled Fourth annual Summer-in-Israel program for Senior Judaeans from 16 to 18 years af age will be held this year beginning the latter part of June, and it is expected that the Southern Region will have six participants, including Region president,-Sonia Stern of Nashville, Tennessee, according to an announcement made by the Southern Zionist Commission, joint educa tional youth agency of Hadassah apd ZOA. Participants are given an opportunity to see every corner oi the land, from Dan to Beersheba, living in cities and settlements, visiting maabarot and institutions, meeting and conversing with the citizenry of Israel—all' under the guidance and supervision of skilled and mature counselors. Hadassah Slates Reward Luncheon Here Wednesday Nearly 1,000 Hadassah women have earned an invitation to the annual reward luncheon of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah to be held at 12 noon on Wednesday. May 5, in the DiLido Hotel. This is Hadassah's final big event of the current season, and only those members who have earned $50 or more for the various Hadassah projects are eligible to attend. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Ezra Shapiro, of Cleveland, Ohio, national vice president of Hadassah. Mrs. Shapiro is one of the outstanding women Zionists in the Middle West and has been a national Hadassah leader for more than two decades. She has attended four World Zionist Congresses as a Hadassah delegate — most recently the 23rd Congress held in Jerusalem in 1951. Mrs. Shapiro is also vice chairman of the Women's Division of the Cleveland Jewish Welfare Fund and serves in the cultural department of the Jewish Community Federation. She is also a member of the Board of the Bureau of Jewish Edu cation. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chapter program coordinator, will present a dramatic musical presentation, "Song for a New Morning," under the directorship of Margaret and Ben Yomen and featuring the Jewish Community Singers. Narrator will be. Boris Pritcher, and soloists will be Mrs. David Drucker and Israel Teictch. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. Max Weitz. Luncheon Meeting Set Weekly lun<*HPon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday. May 4, 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Lodge president is Gershon S. Miller. Routh to Speak Frederick C. Routh. Professor of! Human Relations at the University of Miami, will address the Miami Society for Ethical Culture on Sunday. May 2, 11 a.m.. at the Lindsey Hopkins School. His topic is "The Challenge of our Times." Prof. Mark Waldman will preside. Widower 65, retired, wishes to meet nice appearing woman, around 55. Call 84 1105 between 12 and 2 p.m. only. JtPtNDAtJLE DOMESTIC HELP ELI*BL£ OAV WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. ixti Street Pnone S-MOl *L MEIDENBERG, Owner WIDOW WOULD LIKE TO SHARE nice two-bedroom house in West Miami. Call 67-2834. OFFICE POSITION WANTED by young, experienced clerk-typist, PBX Operator. 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PAGE 8 A 9-Je*istincrMtor FRIDAY. Seitlin Insurance Company Moves To New QuarU TinSeitlin and Company Insurance Agency this week announced the formal removal of its location and the opening ol itnew offices in the new TOO Suilding at 990 SW 1st St. Sam Seitlin. president of the firm, invited friends and clientto visit the n.u quarters Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m when formal dedication of the 990 Building will take place. SeitlB, who came to Miami in 1914. -aid that the mine had been e ne<|sssary because of the exSeitlin Executives Experts in Various Fields of Insurance and 14 leading fire companies ed AI or better bj Besl ration 6i' the agenc\ from tht time it opened in 1945 with a staff ne. to the present The organizaf on today includes 14 persons In addition the Seitlin i : ed in all fields of insurance. I represents leading life insurance Now marking his 40th year of \ companies, it has been top pro re fence in Miami, Seitlin attendducer for the pas) IS years lor ed schools here and was also i Aetna, and Seitlin h.s been i ent at the University of Miami nuallj awarded an imitation ntered the insurance business the firm'convention 18 years ago and -nil represents „„„.,. (|| ^ Miami and Aetna, the first insurance compans ., .. .,. ,, which he became affiliated lhan d !" b, ,u :"? %  |s ; 8 radMaU "' l,M *•* f Ml space and include. ,, addition nner.-itv of Florto its large general offices tor Seitlin n.-urance u p;irkln j, to for Ida Following -ix yearof duty sents ail maior ..... ... .... Offices of the Scithn Insurance \ ncy] which thll Sunday will celebrate open Houaa at itnew quarterin the 990 Building, include executives who have received special training in the various to branches oi Insurance Louis Seitlin. secretary-treasurer. at that time, Today. ih< I pany represe • S, with Seitlin who heads the Agency, having graduated from the Aetna Casualty and Suretv and customers convenience with the Armed -ervices. he joined Seitlin ia number of the Opt. "* So "" n IHWMM Agency after Masons and Knights r; ,l,; "'" ; '~ %  imn(i specialist He has f "" n ""' American Surety Bondim-l. Shrine. Aetna Life Insurance Schools %  18-year-old instivrtion serv f *> %  ""• organisations Ice* the Greater Miami area with been active in Jewish civic and £ ** %  • i n officer of flu a complete coverage of commerphilanthropic agencies and is presw e •">> Masonic Tasapto. Cial and personal insurance It ently serving as a member of the Executive Committees oi the oreat er Miami Jewish Community Cen•olldlng, ,n the L and 10th ave handle, marine insurance. • insurance audits and acts bond specialists Among the ( panics (hi Agency represents ler and Beth David Congregation He resl li with hiwife, Syl> ia, and Iwo daughters, Barbara Harriet, at their home 1819 SW 23rd Sl Miami D edicatioflSet For Sunday F : r ma.dedica,i„ noftlw comer 0 ( 3 fr "* and rllems to *M premise., extended bv J7 •resident oi the Linol(j tion. owners of the new sin A m k.m two-stai, ,„|j HK contaming le.ooo JL* the newly completed sW completely air cnnditmj! fireproof and equinpH £l wtesl elevator serv* i^J dltlon to Insurance R,„ .1 1-t St., the building i,decall the most mo de rn manner. ^3 tenor and interior, and hy parking facilities on the siijl building M Provisions have been nufcwin the design of the stimna the addition of a third floor Tenants of the 990 Bmldu.,. elude the Aetna Life bag! i Company. Atlantic Security fed | gage Company. Erstling. 2jJ MisFannie Levitt is office man; "'an & Khrich, attorneys, ImA ager of the firm and is active in i nr Calendar Dhrisioa jgfl and the Coral Gables Jewish Cen ter. TravellerInsurance Company, H irl lord. Mi tropolitan i 'asualt) 1 ipany, New York, ManufacturCasualty Company, Appleton ox, Marine Office ol America Mercantile National Bcnk Gets "New Look" he M< n H tile National Bank dii I incoln Road, corol Washington Avenue, got a look (his week as two giant n plastic aluminum signs were along the Lincoln Road and hington Avenue sides lor the i signs, each 82 feel long with ia i30 inches high, will spoil Me VI ii tile National Bank" •as* ) and nighl Plac on an aluminum base, the lei in gold plastic are illuminated i the II. Rebekah Lodge to Meet inshine R< Ix kah I odge No 9 hold :•regular meeting on -. Mi ;. 4 H |i m in the i urn Hall. 25 Washington a -port will i Herrell Asks for Election Of Representatives Who Do More Than "Lip Service" 1 l .HI Herrell, candidate State l.e islature, croup :t. told Legislators On Parade Rally" at Pioneer's Club, I am confident • the voti iol Dade I aunty ,MI| 1 • cl representatives who are do more than jusi pay inc lip sen • to impn \i metropolitan condiin Dade Count) Herrell. currently Mayor ol Mi an i Spunks and president Q| i|„. e Countj League of Municipalities, said 'Soon after we defeatei the Consolidation Bill, I proposed a Board be set up to make a study of Dado's metropolitan problems This Board has since been inc< iporated with one that the Citv of Miami orgi sized It is called the Metrnplitan Study Board, and in conjunction with the University of Miami, a report ibeing prepared by us dealing with Dade County's problems. These include transportation, sew disposal, water supply and expressway'' Soon alter the defeat of the Con lOlidatiOB Bill last year. Herrell. at his own expense, visited certain areas in the United States and Canthat have been able to solve tht ir own metropolitan problems. No other area has the same problems that we have," Herrell added. "although I am impressed with the way Toronto waa able to handle its case after a careful survey and much study." "Regardless of what recommendations we come.up with." Herrell concluded, "I advocate that the people living in the areas affected have the right to vote for or against any bill dealing with metropolitan problems." A graduate ol Western Reserve, Harold M Gordon, has been a member of the firm for the past -even veailie ia graduate of the Travellers Insurance Casualty iMine School, specialising in casualty insurance (,onion is a member / %  -..„ oi the Weal Mum, Bna, BYlth, SB """"• W ~" Sflgf*" ""^ ,. local Jewish community organiza. J2 nMir n (; !" P %  Muli ,. v Insurance < ompanv „ y, y tion-. including Hndassah. BusiHarris c, ness and Professional Womeau lln A Co Harris Construction COIIHUM im mpany, Joseph B 1*1 -frl ITLIN & COMPANY *)4vuutce Taken pleasure in announcing the opening at its neir oftiee* in the new HI IIJ>IM. !>M) S.W. 1st SHU I I TII.IPIIOM: !-:itt:M Ow Clients and Friends are cordially invited to inspect our offices Sunday, May 2nd 2 to 5 p.m. •MM ***••**•* tafUnl hmmLt^ AIU.D~M t *-^* lC. -*•



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PAGE 10 A i^UfJkrM^iL Miami, Beach Sections Of Council to Name Officers Miami and Miami Beach -Divisions, Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, have scheduled similar programs tor their May 5 meetings. At this time, both groups will vote on the slate of officers proposed for the 1954-1955 club \ear The Miami Division will meet at Koubek Hall. 2705 S\V 3rd st.. •I 1:30. The program will feature a book review by Kdward Clarke on "The Legendary Mizners." Officers nominated for this group are the Mcsdames Leon Kap Ian. president; Julius Spector. Her bert Sher and Sidney Lewis, vice presidents; Theodore Sandier, recording secretary; Albert Green, corresponding secretary. Irvinu Ratner. financial secretary; John Temple, treasurer; and Elry Stone. ; uditor. The Miami Beach Division, meet ing .it the Atlantis Hotel at 1:30. will hoar Mrs Joseph R. Narot re .! % %  Robert Anderson's current Broadway hit. "Tea and Sympathj Officers \<< be voted on for thidivision .in' the Mesdames Jean C Lehman, president; Howard Grove, Samuel Berlin and Saul Herman, vice presidents. Morris Burk. recording secretary; Joseph Gleicher. corresponding secretary; Harold Vinson. tinancial secretary; <"arl l.undy. treasurer: and Kdna Heller, auditor. Edelstein Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memories ot the late Ida Kdelstein and her son. Harvey. formerly of 1708 NW 36th st.. will take place Sunday May 2nd 2 n m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi 1 Max Shapiro officiatinc Mrs Kd elstein is survived by her husband, Albert: a son. Jack: her mother and three brothers: four sisters and 'one grandchild. Harvey is surviv ed by his father. Albeit and bis brother. Jack. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami V n umont Company. Frlenda and ral atives are asked ti attend Johns Caps Final Week Of Campaign in Miami Area With Bandshell Rally Adding the tinal clincher to his program to aid Dade County and South Florida. Governor Charley Johns this week declared himself in favor of a state long Florida llirnpike Johns said: %  I consider a full length Florida toll turnpike desirable. I shall support any legislation providing for such a road." Johns 1 declaration in favor of the toll turnpike is one more proof of the Governor's interest in this Levy Unveiling The dedication ol a monument in tin' memory ot the late Morris lew. formerly of 883 West 47!h st. vuii lake place Sunday, Mai 2nd. l p.m. at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Kabbi Mayer Abramowiti officiating Mr low is survived by inwife, Sarah B. Arrangements are m charge ot Thurmond Monu ment Compan) Friends ami relalives are asked to attend Davis Double Unveiling The dedication of a monumenl to the memories of Helen and Morris Davis, formerly ol 1344 s\v 17 ter.. will take place Sunday. Ma) 2nd. 12 noon, a! MI who Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop ol ficiating. Helen and Morris Davis are survived by two sons. Irvine of Miami, and Abe of New York; and two daughters. Mrs Gertrude Kotkin. of Miami, and Mrs I'auline Levy, Miami Beach. They also leave nine grandchildren Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Mizell Unveiling Mallory H. Horton (left), candidate for Circuit Judge in Group 5. gets a good-luck handshake from his campa i g n treasurer, attorney Michael Isenberg, as the drive goes into its linal week. Horton attended local elementary and high schools and was graduated from the University of Miami Law School in 1936. He was assistant state attorney general :n Miami from 1949 until 1952. and a special agent foi the FBI and supervisor of its Criminal Division in Washington. The dedication of a memorial to the memory of the late Harry Mi' tell, formerly ol Perrine, will be held on Sunday. May 2. 2 p.m., at i Star of David Memorial Park, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Mizell is survived by his son. Hyman. of Perrine: two daughters. | Lillian Landis, Perrine. and Ruth Rothchild. New York; and eight grandchildren. Friends and relatives are asked to attend ; Decky Unveiling i The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Decky. formerly of 1535 Meridian ; ave will take place Sunday. May 2nd, 2 p.m.. on the Workmen's Circle Plot of Mt Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating Mr Decky is survived by his wife. Betty; a son. Harry; and two daughters. Mrs. Elsie Trop and Mrs. Gertie Stollerman Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend LeROY COLLINS Voted to Adopt the Unmasking Law Charley Johns was one of Six Senators who voted against the Unmasking Law I Poll t leal Advi. i>iiil by i'Hiiii>aiKii Kuitil f,,i L*R• 4 300 PAIRS Rod Cross SHOES VALUES TO $11" REDUCED TO No lk>fund. No Exehaages, All S*l<* 155 E. Haqkr St duPont M' M*



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[y, AP RIL 30, 1954 it i> nil hi ml Outlines Stand on !/i Amendment; A*hn ilariHeatton %  %  r 1 A rial vimiini t l IJ *l_ %  % %  J***shtkridUan PAGE 11 A Ltinued from PB* 1 A [the Fifth Amendment "may ,,, those with whom he is %  onfidenttol relationship, to why he la using the shield." noted thai where there is a „ship between a person and fitutlofi — a social'service I college,' university, or hosLhjctl asks'for public fin;mVoices Concern penile Delinquency Engel, candidate for the Icountv Board of Public In|„„ from District 2, is a prac. attorney, 31 years old and til with one child. I is a graduate of the Uninf Miami Business School aw School and served"in the Jrmy for four years. Vice lent of Grapeland Heights Association, he is a member Junior Chamber of Comand the Knights of Pythias. Italian Speaks IIC.MII l.roup fge llnllahan, South Miami's Jjpal Judge and former As|t State's Attorney, now a date for the Legislature in 3, told a meeting of Miami followers early this week: are ignoring one of the Oriental policies of demornment by our failure lintain the proper system of ks and Balances in Tallshashe executive branch of your Government, comprising the Kin boards, agencies and Bis under the Governor and and Little' Cabinet spend hone; each fiscal year and (audit the expenditures." >in Optimistic Victory Here jrvc> I. Klein, candidate for legislature in Group -2, this •..id that "Based on informa(nhrch has come to me from usections of the county, I Ithat victory is assured if all Jiiri fur me and the things for 11 stand continue their efforts behalf up until the last vote fcuruVtl." ghlifihts in the Klein platform de increased representation ^adc county in the legislature, distribution of tax money for County, full length Florida pike, revision of the state contort, denying the Florida Milk nission of its present power the price of milk and more Ibetter roads for Dade County. irgasbord Due pal Cables Jewish Center Siswill hold a smorgasbord neon on Wednesday, May 5, at pm. Co-chairmen for the aflare Mrs. Jerry Weiss and Mrs. LFink. edman to Install ilton A. Friedman, past state pent of the Florida Federaof B'nai B'rith Lodges and l*nt national youth commissioned! be guest speaker and inTing ofiicer on Sunday, May 2, Pe annual banquet of 4he Ft. perdale Lodge, B'nai B'rith. cial support — "and if the public has reached the point where it will regard with grave suspicion anv person who pleads the Fifth! Amendment, then the one who pleads it must be aware of the fact that he is subjecting his institution to very grave injury." ;'.'We. may well be wid.tr the obli%  83tion, ,to. R ev,er. lib relations with that institution," Judge Rifkind added. "Therefore, while he may want to enjoy his Constitutional rights and privileges, he has not the freedom to impose the burden upon the institution which engages him." Noel Seeks to Retain Seat James M. Noel, candidate for reelection to the Dade County School Board, Group 1, this week emphasized that "through help of our local delegation, I hope to obtain a new state school code, eliminating trustees, making the superintendent appointive and acquiring a non-salaried board of nine mem bers." Born in Plaquemine, La., in 1906. the candidate graduated from Texas A & M in 1929. as well as from the University of Miami Law School. A lieutenant commander in the U. S. Navy, he served in the Atlantic area during World War II. Carter Points to His Role in Holding Down Utility Rates TALLAHASSEE—"1 am proud to have had a part in holding down the increase in the cost of utilities to less than one third the increase in the cost of all other necessities." said Jerry W. Carter as he entered the final week of his statewide campaign for reelection to the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission. "I have refused to vote for rate increases unless absolutely necessary to keep the transportation, telephone and utility companies in a sound position to borrow capital for expansion to keep pace with our rapidly growing state." Kendrick Seeks Dade Purchasing Post Jay P. Kendrick. son of Miami pioneers and a native Miamian. is making his initial bid in politics for the office University of -Miami, was active in athletics! there, making. All City, All State',' and Ail Southern High School toot! ball player. During World War II. Kendrick j was a sergeant in the Supply Corps, and received four Pacific campaign ribbons while attached to the 24th Infantry Division. While stationed at Manila, he is reported to have apprehended and brought to justice a Filipino gang attempting to defraud the United States and the Filipino governments. Kendrick was in charge of procurement and maintenance of all supplies and equipment for Army personnel assigned to his division. The candidate pledges no favoritism when elected Purchasing Agent. "There will be no closed shop in my office, and the books and records will be open and available to all the citizens of this county," he said. "Everyone will be able to submit bids, and contracts will be awarded in accordance therewith. Those persons in our county who have been denied this right will once again be considered." Kendrick is married, has one son and makes his home in South Miami. He is a member of the Masons. American Legion. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Descendants of Miami Pioneers, Bay Glades Civic Association and the Disabled American Veterans. In order to run for office, Kendrick resigned his position as Chief Zoning Inspector of Dade County., Mrs. Lake Urges Reactivating Committee Mrs. John Red Lake, candidate for Democratic State Committeewoman of Dade County, is long active as a member of the Young Democrats of Dade County and a member of the Democratic Execu live Committee of Dade County for the past four years, according to an announcement here. She has lived in this county for 32 years. a bean Pelle Again Raps Appointments Michael A. Pelle, candidate for Circuit Court Judge in Group 1, stated last week at the Uleta Civic League meeting in North Miami Beach, "The people in Dade County elect and pay judges to hear their cases. Whey then should a judge appoint a lawyer, whom one of the parties must pay, to hear their cases? When a special master is appointed, the calibre of justice is inferior." ^^^^_ % %  ^P— ir is just a ^ bean until it's immi9 1 bakedJilf vVVz ^ \ then it's a ; /\y mechaya And that's what Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans ore .. Baked! Oven-baked! They're delightful! WNZ *m %  Earn: MAN? .!* 'OMATO s lUC i^PRODUCTS guNE ^^ BUTTER MARGARINE WESLEY E. GARRISON Is a successful businessman. He achieved success in his business because of unswerving faith in the Christian principle of "Do unto others as ye would be done by." He has applied the same principle to all of his activities on behalf of the Republican Party. Recognizing this, fellow Republicans have come to regard Garrison as an understanding, courageous leader. They know he has never used political office for power, profit or prestige. Garrison abhors "bosses" — whether they be Democrats or Republicans. He has consistently fought ior the right oi individual Republicans to control the destiny of their party. • REPUBLICAN STATE C0MMITTEEMAN • VOTE MAY 4 (1M. radical AdVj LBGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIfE IS IIKREBY GIVEN Ihut the undersigned, desiring to nwge In business under Ihe fictitious name or SHU" HAH AM> l'OOl, HCHI.M. at 2272-74 tkW. X2il A.vr Miami. Fla.. intends to resistor s:iiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, H'mi Ula. VERNON I'.Hl'TAKKi: laoU owaart H KN.lt Y M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant K18 W. Flaglci St. Miami. Fla. 4/0 — *. ?-*4-21LEGAL NOTICE ^_ F^t day a-coming on election day. judging from the happy F"'es on the faces of Senator Leroy Collins (right), candidate governor of Florida, and his Miami Beach campaign manf Irving Cypm. Sharing their joy are Mrs. Collins and The teal of THE UNION bf ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTtCK is HEREBY GIVEN thai ; the undei-i-i"-il. desiring to engage In business under tlie fictitious name of VENT-MASTER, v. niMu--icr. AWN%  NO-MASTER, Awning Matter", YVINIHiW-MASTKi: Window-Master, at 3771 N.W. %  %  1st Street. Hialeah. Floi ida. Intends to register said name with the ClerkSif the Circuit of DaiW County. Florida Window.Master Corp.. a Florida corporation, 6wner AMOSBENJAMIN Attorney lor owner 4'30 — 6 7-11-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW. NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that tiie undersigned, deelrlnig to angjage '" business under the fictitious name of Hi.KACM WHITE CO. mot Incorporated), at 2327 N.E. Second Avenue, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID WKISS CIS BALABANOS (Owners) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant !51S W 4/30 — 3/7-14-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF.HKHY GIVEN that the undcrsiuned. desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of MF.RCCKY SERVICE STATIONS, at ;a! Bimmyne Boulevard, and 7 N'.K. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count?. Florida. liARWOltD O. \Vlt;:iN. I'rop. Kl'KT WKLDIBCH Aitorn.> for Applicant 1114-17 Congress lsuiidlng 1/30 — .3/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND'FOR TJATJE COUNTY. FLOR. IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167128. IIVMAN it. STEINBERG and KT1IKI, STEINBERG, his wife. Plaintiffs, vat • — MARY B, BACKETT and EDNA MELLOW LATHAM. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tii EDNA MELLON LATHAM. 11, fondant; 760 Harbor Drive, i i iyne w.>. Bade County, Florida. YOU AI: I-: HEREBY REQl'HtED I serve a copy of your Answer,to the hill of complaint to foreclose inert gage filed herein on plaintiffs' attorney, RICHARD KRIEGER FINK, 412 Congress Building. Miami. Floriihi, and to file the original In the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or I"-; the 18th day of May, 1934, or a default will I" entered agaiimt you. DATED: this 22nd day of April, 1*34. E B. LEATHF.HMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By M. C. iiKEEN. Dep u ty Clerk. (Seal) m \ 4/30 — 3/7-14-21



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Jli^wiislWEIIiDipidliiguFi FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1954 SEC. B roade Talk Tells Israel to Identify Destiny With East k N ( JTA) — In what must Bered a major policy decbv the United States Gov,.. ihe Palestine question which is bound to arouse iroversy, Henry Byroade, Secretary of State for East Affairs, told the Dayfid Affairs Council last that Israel inferentially jia'or burden of blame for {.Israel tension. Secretary speech was made availkVa-hington before its de•e with the comment that |n important policy docuiry By made declared: "To lis I say that you should (truly look upon yourselves Bdlc Eastern state — and own future in that conker than as a headquarters \MS SO to speak of worldpupings of peoples of pareligious faith who must tcial rights within and obt the Israeli State." ther advised Israel that ould drop the attitude of jueror and the conviction ce and a policy of rctali(llings is the only policy ur neighbors will underfou should make your deeds uid to your frequent utter[ the desire for peace." ng to the Arabs. Secretary said that they should acael "as an accomplished charged the Arabs with I) attempting to mainnation Plans lual Meeting |venini! of May 20 has been ho date for the 16th aneting of the Greater Miami Federation, it has been anhy Carl Weinkle, Federafcsident. raditional event will be held [Di Lido Hotel and is exlo attract some 500 persons. ] Fannie Selig, seretary of lion, has been named chairfarrangements for the affair. prs for the coming year will fled at the meeting, and por! (in the achievement of Combined Jewish Appeal presented by campaign In Aaron M. Kanner. tain a state of affairs delicately suspended between war and peace, while at present desiring neither." He characterized this as "a most dangerous policy and one which world opinion will increasingly condemn if you continue to resist any move to obtain at least less dangerous modus vivendi with your neighbor." Secretary Byroade stressed that America should not be pro Israel nor pro-Arab, saying if we are to be accused of being pro anything, "let us make it amply clear that that prefix can apply to only one thing and that is that our policy is first and foremost pro-American." He declared it only natural that in the present situation some groups should attempt to exert pressure on the government. He said, "we must weigh these special interests carefully, but we must also shape our policy and so conduct our daily acts as to represent the majority of our people where vital issues affecting our own security are concerned. I am certain no American would quarrel with this concept." A large part of the Byroade declaration purported to set forth typical Arab views. He told the Dayton Council that, although Israel talks peace, the Arabs see it as bent only on aggression and that the Kibya and Nahalin incidents were deliberately planned by the Israel Government. He further cited Arab opinion as being that if Israel wants peace it must prove it by abiding by United Nations resolutions on boundaries and the repatriation of refugees. Transfer of the Israel capital to Jerusalem only indicates to the Arabs Israel's disrespect for authority and for the UN and its intent to seize additional territory, he added. The Arabs fear, said Secretary' Byroade, that further Jewish immigration into Israel will inevitably result in territorial expansion by Israel. The Arab refugees, he said, are viewed as "end products of Israeli terrorism driven from their homes by cold-blooded massacres such as that at Deir Yassin where over 200 people died at the hands of the Irgun." The Arabs believe the refugees should be allowed to return home if they deside and Israel shoud pay the vast sums it owes for confiscated property, he continued. In summarizing for his audience the Israeli point of view, Secretary Byroade avoided any reference to the Scorpion Pass massacre, Israel complaints of continued Arab raids, the anti-Israel blockade at the Suez Canal, the unlawful detention of Israeli air passengers forced down at Bagdad, violent Arab incitements like the recent utterances of King Saud and similar developments frequently cited by those who authoritatively cite the Israel position. He did say the Israelis charge the Arab states with obstructing the Arab refugee settlement in order to use their plight to appeal to world sympathies. He quoted the Israeli position as being that the Arab's obstructionist attitude cannot be permitted to stop irrigation plans, that the surrender of Jerusalem is out of the question and that the world religious community's legitimate interest is in the Holy Places which are largely concentrated in areas held by Jordan. He noted that Israel had repeatedly urged the Arabs to sit down at the conference table to conclude peace, but the Arabs persistently refused. Secretary Byroade asserted that dangers arising from Israel-Arab strife seem to "increase rather than diminish," and characterized the Israel-Arab clash as the "most fundamental of all" disputes in the Near Eastern area and one which seemed "least capable of an early and satisfactory solution." He mentioned President Eisenhower's concern over the strategic importance of the Near East to the United States and declared that a main objective of American policy in the Middle East is "encouragement of regional defense measures against aggression from outside the area." He stressed the importance of oil and of strengthening the region against Communism. He called for emphasis on American interests. Secretary Byroade, in a pointed reference to American Zionists, said Middle East problems must be carefully weighed because of American leadership and "those who I feel and speak with emotion on some of these problems must bear i this in mind even if they are not in positions of responsibility withi in the government." (The Israel press this weekend commented extensively on the Byroade speech, welcoming his calling on the Arabs to accept the existence of Israel as an accomplished fact and to end their policy of refusing to make peace with Israel. However, most newspapers criticized his suggestion to Israel to give up the idea that it was the center of world Jewry. The newspapers rejected the idea of giving up ties with the Jews abroad, while the labor newspaper Davar noted that the Soviet Government had prevented the establishment of ties between Israel and Russian Jewry and pointedly queried whether such a policy finds favorable support In the U.S.) Charles Aaron (far right), newly elected president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, read from 200-year-old scroll in the Jerusalem home of Israel President YitzhakBen-Zvi. Aaron went to Israel as a member of a delegation from the 1954 campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Chicago. Left to right are Ben-Zvi; A. N. Pritzker, Chicago, chairman of the delegation; William H. Stoneman, foreign correspondent, Chicago Daily News; I. S. Berlin, Chicago, a member of the delegation; and Aaron. United Synagogue of America Slates Annual Conference in Atlanta May 7-9 $100,000 of Development Issue Israel Bonds Sold in Greater Miami Area fnder F. Miller, for the I ten years head of the fwn Office of the Antination League of B'nai has been promoted to ""My relations director, been announced by P" R. Epstein, the IM?I naliona l director. Idler's new post in" supervision of the ue s field services and Regional offices through86 country. More than $100,000 in the new Development Issue of State of 4srael Bonds have already been sold in the Greater Miami area, chairban Jacob Sher announced this week. He made this report at a committee meeting in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, called for the purpose of setting up a "kickoff dinner" to launch the new issue in Miami some tkne next month. The date was tentatively fixed for Tuesday, May 25. and the locale of the dinner will be announced as soon as decided. Sher urged the community at large to do everything possible for the success of the function "American Jewry across the nation are looking to Miami to set the pace." he declared. 'This will be the first event identified with the new Development Issue." The chairman reported that all those who purchase $1,000 or more in the new Development Issue will be invited to attend the event as "Guardians of Israel." It is hoped that at least 250 will attend. A target of $75,000,000 has been set for 1954 by Bonds for. Israel. Miami has accepted a one percent quota, or $750,000 for this year. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tern pie Emanu El, and Sher both appeared on a special service telecast over WTVJ earlier this week to explain the significance of the new issue. Rabbi Lehrman reviewed developments in the new State since its inception six years ago. Reservations to the dinner may be made by contacting the Israel Bond office at its new headquarters in the Congress Building. Southeast Region of the United Synagogue will hold its annual conference Friday, May 7, through Sunday, May 9, in Atlanta, Georgia, it was announced this week by Mrs. Albert Tenenbaum, of Savannah, president of the Region. The United Synagogue of America is the overall organization of conservative congregations in the United States and Canada. It totals now 473 congregations from coast to coast. Congregation Ahavath Achim in Atlanta will play host to the conference, which will open with a special Sabbath service at which Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Miami Beach, will deliver the guest sermon. At the Saturday morning Service, Rabbi Isidore Barnett, of Savannah, will preach. A special Torah session will be held Saturday afternoon, with Rabbi Charles Rubel, of Macon, Ga., Rabbi Julius Fisher, of Beaufort, S.C.. and Rabbi Sanders A. Tofield, of Jacksonville, participating. The program for Saturday afternoon also includes group discussions on adult Jewish education and on the problems of teen age youth. Rabbi Kassel E. Abedson, of Columbus, Ga., will speak on adult Jewish education with Sol Singer, of Columbus serving as chairman. Dr. Morton Siegel, director of Youth Activities of the United Synagogue, will give a presentation on the problems of the Jewisn %  erf Sher Rabbi Irving lehrman adolescent. Dave Alterman will chair the Session. The Conference Banquet on Saturday night will feature greetings by Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of the host congregation, and the Presidential Report by Albert Tenenbaum, of Savannah, president of the Southeast Region. The principal address will be given by Dr. Emil Lehman, assistant executive director of the United Synagogue of America. Joseph Zaglin and Dr. Nathan Blass will serve as co-chairmen at the banquet, which will be followed by committee meetings on youth activities and regional organization. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and Bert Sher, of Miami Beach, Philip Selber, of Jacksonville, and Dr. Morton Siegel will take a leading part in the deliberations of these committees. A Social Program at the Progressive Club in Atlanta will wind up proceedings. The program for Sunday will open with a breakfast meeting on "Spotlight on Our Resources," to be addressed by Harry Rosen, national director, of the Joint Campaign of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America. The balance of the morning will be taken up by seminars on "Problems of the Religious School." "Financing Your Congregation." and "Programming for Your Congregation." An assembly session presided over by Jack Pressman, of Charlotte, S.C.. will provide orientation Continued on Page 3 B



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PAGE 2B ^L^utiHcrldUar Mrs. Leopold Schwartz Named Temple Israel Sisterhood President Third Term Mrs. Leopold Schwartz will take 1he office of president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood for a third successive term at an annual installation luncheon in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Monday, May 3. 12:30 p.m. Other officers are the Mesdames Miriam Kohley, Harry Simons and Sidney Weintraub, vice presidents; Norman Rossman. recording secretary; G. Louis Mendelson. financial secretary; Max Holtsberg. treasurer; Henry Hirsch, corresponding secretary; and Louis Gillman, auditor. Board members include the Mesdames Lawrence Adler. Paul Barnett. Leonard Beldner. Abraham Booxbaum. Joseph Bulbin. RHard Conn, Jerome Dreyfus. Harold Friedman, Stuart Gordon, Albert Green, Louis Hirschfield. Albert Jacobs, Jack Krau.se, Aaron Kanner. The Mesdames Lawrence LevenBOn, Herman Lefkovitz, Lee Myer*. L K. Nabe. Harry Nevins, Freda Newman. Frank Perlman. Douglas Raff, Joseph Ruffner. Alvin Sandier, Maurice Serotta, William Sing. r. Harold Thurman. Jules Werner. Adolph Wertheimcr and Louis Zeientz. Luncheon chairman Is Mrs Abraham Booxbaum Master oi ceremonie> will be Mrs Harold Thurman. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spiritual leader, is scheduled to act as installing "fli cer. Entertainment will include Mrs Maximillian Morgan, dramatic soprano. Mrs, Morgan has given Town Hall recitals and has concertized throughout the United States and Canada, She won a voice scholar -hip to the Julliard School ol Music and hataught and -urn: in Europe, Mrs Rita Greenwood is decora lions chairman and MrSue Nevins, ticket chairman. Aronovitz Calls for Support of Vocelle Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of Miami, addressed a political gathering this WMk at 4600 NE 1st ave., in be-1 half of Congressional Candidate Charles L. Vocelle. Aronovitz previously endorsed Vocelle publicly and appeared with the candidate on television. Aronovitz said. "I am proud to cast my vote for Charles Vocelle for Congress, because I believe that he Stands for the same type of public service that I do." Aronovitz drew applause when he stated. "We need a new ap-1 proach in our representation, and I believe most firmly that Charles Vocelle is the man to supply us with a freah outlook in political thinking." Mrt. leepe/d Schwerfi Physician to Discuss Eye in Middle Age Dr Harry H Queen, president, this weeK announced that BenGurion Branch of Farband will meet on Wednesday evening. May 5. 8:15 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation. Guest speaker will be Dr Morris Jaffe, former director of surgi r> and diseases oi the eye at the Bronx Hospital, New York City, and at the Bronx Eye and Ear In tirmary. Dr Jaffe is also a fellow of the American College of Surgery. Subject of his talk will be "Con dition of the Eye in Middle Age." REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your home arc th better and more economical way DRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED NY10N TENT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Drywood or Subterranean Termites TRULY NOLEN, \£.*—r nuiaiMisus MIAMI 84'. Bucayne Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 Mrs. Meyers Concludes Campaign; Plans to Form Reconciliation Department Her 22 years of experience as J lawyer and her plans to establish a %  reconciliation department" in the Circuit Court are being stressed l.v /(tint Brenner Meyer* during the Iin.vf.dHy* of her campaign for the post "Bt Circuit Court JOB* in Group S \l> experience in all courts, in eluding the handling of civil and criminal cases, together with my experience in social service and crime prevention qualify me to) serve you well as Circuit Judge," she declared. MrMeyers reiterated her intention to establish, when elected, a reconciliation department which will be available to the parties concerned in domestic relations matters. Homes will be kept together, especially where children are involved, and the number of divorces will be decreased by such a department," she said. The candidate said she would finance the work of such a department for a period of time herself to demonstrate its value. Mrs Meyers also pledged herself to conduct an educational program to acquaint the public with the many important functions of the Circuit Court. With the Circuit Court handling important cases, it is vital that judges elected to it be experienced and thoroughly qualified." she said. ACircuit Judge. I will heat patiently both sides in all cases. judge fairly, and render decisions courageously and in accordance with the law." Mrs. Meyers added. SIND YOU* IOY OR 1 CIRL TO A TOP JEWISH CAMP! FRIDAY. r% ""...,, iCHTWftK I too*. 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inoH on m" <*. ...*. n— AVIS... Dinrc r A PRIL 30. 1954 ?J*l**n*wMlnn PAGE 3 B wood Film Will be Previewed at bined Jewish Appeal Rally May 6th Bollywood produced film enfThc Big Moment," will be Ld at a Combined Jewish report rally on Thursday May 6, at the Biscayne Hotel, it has been anby Aaron Kanner, camliairman. %  ommunity-wide meeting has Red for the purpose of hearlortfrom all parts of Dade Ion cleanup activities in the phase of the 1954 drive. JIM Mobilization chairman Shochet has announced film will feature a cast of fed by Academy Award winhna Reed and top Hollycrformers. including Robert Thomas Mitchell, John rlduard Franz and Forrest %  movie was produced with kprratinn of Paramount pic|od will receive its first na-howins^ver the NBC \\ in New York City on Sunlav 2 It was directed by Juran and written by Don Ikiewicc W al advance showings as the most exceptional films Induced for a philanthropic ('Hi' Biu Moment" tells the pi people who don't always |he headlines or the history I The 29'ers of Greater Miami arc four in different parts of I currently seeking discarded biwhose prospects are | cycles now serving no purpose and According to latest reports, a greater number of contributors are participating in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal than last year, and final division totals are not yet available. George Chertkof and George Talianoff have spurred on their workers in the Miami and Miami Beach areas to complete all card coverage before the May 6 rally. In addition to the movie, the program will include entertain ment, speakers and refreshments. An overflow audience is expected to see the unusual all-star film which has been made available to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for special showing here. "Over 7,300 contributors equivalent to a 5 percent advance over last year's effort should bring our humanitarian campaign close to its goal," said Kanner at a recent meeting of campaign officials. "If the 60.000 Jewish residents of Great Miami could see this film, their hearts would open in an unparalleled outpouring of generosity, and I know our campaign would be insured of its success." MUVUVIVH \wdvd. 29'ertt in Search fed nom despair to hope \h aid made possible by the Jewish Appeal. nas Mitchell plays the role jeweller in Casablanca who %  ling the big moment" into Jfe of Joseph, a boy of the fanca mellah. Eduard Franz as a refugee doctor in the |*vho considers his big mo|the instant when he gets a ; to repay the land that gave fresh start by volunteering Inice in America's armed n.i Reed and John Derek b Deborah and Avram. pion I an Israel border settlement, p-ve story that constitutes the episode of the film and its est Tucker is a truck driver onvinces Deborah to go back [harsh but meaningful life of (ttlement The roles of UJA's er agencies, the United Is%  Appeal, Joint Distribution litt.e and United Service for %  Americans are dramatically fated in these episodes. (ert Young is narrator of "The foment." Others in the cast inlStevie Roberts, Don Bender, Salli, Henry Corden, Gil WarTooth Coleman, Grace Hayle, Ihinc Wit tell,' Harry Harvey Lawrence Dobkin. hall hour drama was edited pnk Braeht and photographed lonel Linden. rusting away in the garages and store rooms of residents here. Al Hirsch, of Royal Beauty Supply Co.. and spokesman for the 29'ers drive, explained this week that any bicycle or parts of bicycles will do. "We don't care how good or how bad they are," Hirsch said. 'They can be in complete disrepair or practically brand new. The frame of one, wheels from another and the brakes from a third bicycle can make one whole and .working machine," stated Hirsch. He said that the bicycles are scheduled to be distributed to under privileged children who will use them to sell newspapers. A call to 3-0851 will bring a truck to residents' homes. Compare 1 Rill !**' iith an* oft* to** J f ^ .fWOUS Chesed Shel Emess to Moot Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president, has announced that a regular meeting of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess will be held on Monday, May 3, 1 p.nf, at Beth El Congregation. Miami Convalescent Home LEO ALLEN. Director S3S S.W. 12th Avenue Phono 2-S4S7 and 9-027S Specializing in Care to the Elderly anc Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv lee. Special Diete Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms. since tea* -V l '-' [en Compare IHU1 Ttt Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program t,.ry Seeeey, WMiM, It 1 P* This %  ret"'" •*• "• ""' %  "• leveed HstMinf eedi*** reefer*, tee i"'" MdUf*tr NORMAN R. LYONS. News HAROtP TOM. Cetilene. ees At a Miami Beach rally Wednesday, Congressional Candidate Dante B. Fascell (left) and his Miami Beach campaign manager, Burton Kahn, review plans for the final drive of the current campaign." B'nai B'rith Slates Joint Installation A joint installation and dinner dance sponsored by the B*nai B'rith Men end Women of Coral Gables will be held on Sunday, May 2, 6 p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Harry Wender. 1st vice president of District Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will be the installing officer. New slate ot officers for the Women's Group will be the Mesdames Al. Lozoff, president; Selmer Lazar, 1st vice president; Frank Smulson, 2nd vice president; Sam Nieberg, 3rd vice president. Officers in the Men's Lodge will be Sidney Haskoe, president; Manuel Lubel, 1st vice president; Sidney Efronson, 2nd vice president. Chairmen for the affair are Mrs. Sam Nieberg and William Hechler. 'SM&.W United Synagogue Sets Conference For May 7 to 9 Continued from Page 1 B on these seminars w-nich will be chaired by James Permit, of Birmingham, Ala., Izzie Chanin, of Macon, Ga., and Nat Schneider, of Lakeland. Principal presentations j will be given by Joseph Abrahams, executive director of Temple | Eman-El, Dr. Emil Lehman and I Emanu-El, Dr. Emil Lehman and address the conference luncheon. | A plenary session in the afternoon will hear committee reports, including a report of the Committee on Nominations for the election of officers. The conference will conclude with an assembly to be chaired by Ben Zion Ginsburg, of Miami Beach, and highlighting a closing address by Rabbi Harry S. Epstein, of Atlanta. LEGISLATURE Group 3


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PAGE 4B JewlstifhrMtoii Service by Ton is B'nai B'rith Record At Vets Hospital "Service by the Ton" is (he un\isual record compiled by the Service Committees of Armed Forces and Veterans of the B'nai B'rith Lodges and Chapters in Southern Florida in their program to provide merchandise. Rifts and prizes 1o hospitalized servicemen at the VA hospital in Coral Cables. The program, whin has been in operation since last fall, has distributed 1.000 items of merchan dise, 500 dozen oranges, a ton of ether fruits. 200 pounds of cake. 1.000 servings of ice cream, and 1.000 packages of cigarettes and 8.000 candy bars and packages of gum. These figures are contained in the annual report of David I.inn, chairman of SCAFV of the Smith ern Florida Council of B'nai B'rith and representative of the order on the hospital voluntary service committee at the Coral CableVA hospital. The program also includea onehour variety show once a month ;n the mam auditorium of the hos pita] and a birthday party every month in the "old menward on hnii lays, special entertainment even', are staged for patients and -tali Hallowe'en ithe occasion ter .i gala carnival Recent!) six lawn chairs were presented t" mental patients' ward. The program is under the direc lion "i 1 inn who recent!) received ,-. letter el commendation from the %  "t the hospital, and MrHelen Sanders, representative of the B'nai H'nth Women ol Southern Florida en the (oral Gables hospital voluntary service committee it ipart et the Serve-a-Hospital project originated b) the B'nai 3nth Service Committee "I the /Wind Forces and Veterans fol lowing V i Da) to provide entertain men! an.I cheer to the hospitalised -i-r\ icemen Miss Marcy to Speak Business Meeting Due Maria Marc;. former Professor ol Speech and Drama at Marymounl ollege will inguest speaker on : rida) April 30, H 30 p m., at the Friends ol the Seven Livel) \rt2100 Washington ave Mi-Marcj ill elter comments en "Tin Achievement "t Self-Per [eelurn Chaim Rose, of the Recreation Department staff, will preside •ludgr A.-illi.-i" Point* to Itword Judge Raymond C Nathan, candidate to retain hipost aJudge of Dade County's new small claimcourt, this week declared there ionly one issue in his eampaign. "The only question is whether the people want a judge with experience." said Judge Nathan. The judge pointed to his record ,ii 14 years aa practicing sttorne) I n .mil inyear en the bench, during which he heard mere than 8,600 cases involving over 26000 persons "I have been campaigning," the judge said, en in\ pledge that every person who comes into my court will receive ;i fair and lull hearing, with tin utmost courtes) and respect He said that ithe way he has maintained the court and will continue to maintain it "No one will ever be turned away." the judge -iid. "because he is not represented by attorney or because his Case inet properl) drawn up Our i staff Stands ready at all times to help everyone with a problem that comes within tincourt's jurisdiction." Judge Nathan has been a Dade County resident for more than 33 years lie is a graduate of Edison Iliirh. Universit) ol Florida and l ni\er-U> el Miami Law School. 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Miss Sidney keeps the audience COhstantl) amused throughout the light-hearted drama as she stages .i battle et wills with her 18yearold son Barry McGuire. who comes in for his share of chuckles in a big wa.. Ilie setting (or the play is London in 1944, and the fun gets un derway when MctJuire returns from Canada to find his mother. Miss Sidney, living with O'Mallcy One thing leadl to another, and each incident is loaded with laughter. It Sam Hirsch. directors, can continue to provide the Greater Miami area with this type of entertainment the.ill. Liners will have somcthinu out of the ordinary to look forward to this summer. 11 Mlstn -Mine will run through Saturday, Bta) 1. and there is no performance on Monday. Hirsch will present a new play ever) two weeks Officer Election Duo Meeting of the Israelite Center. DON'T rVNINf VOTE fOK KLHN YOUR MAN HARVEY R. 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PBIL 30, 1954 to Israel's >ndence Set radio and television the South Florida g the sixth anniversary of Israel, has been anIMrs. George M. Cohen, f the Zionist Council of %  a. „.,ive radio and TV *roMil begin on Wedneawhen the program Israel" is broadcast ltd 8:45 p.m., over radio [AM Sclav, May 6, radio stahas scheduled at 9:30 ijal feature on the sixth the State of Israel. _, May 8, will be highIpancl presentation over In WIOD. 10:15 p.m., on It "Peace be With the Israel." Participating %  ussion will be Rev. EdBllnch. vice chairman of Miami Chapter, Amerpan Palestine Commitfcm Kachioff, of the State land Awni AUboush, of nentary film on current Ills in Israel will be teleunday, May 9, 9:30 p.m., bn WITV. A discussion he film will include Mrs. [frey and Dr. H. Franken chairmen of the Bean ( hristian Palestine Mrs. Cohen, Maurice bmber of the Zionist South Florida, Joseph lldi-i. and Mrs. Irwin accompanist. psive radio and TV prowill be climaxed on Sun16. w hen over station 9:30 am., the "Eternal pgram will be dedicated sixth birthday. Ambasi of Israel will be guest Hep members planning anniversary celebration Florida are Mrs. George Mrs, Irwin Weinstein, Bums. Marquerite Marx, McCaffrey, Dr. Marius fl 1 iiiderdale, Manuel i, Samuel Sakrais, Dr. |in Williams, Irving Saal, Ullrich, Mrs. Emanuel I Dr Emanuel Kaplan. Jewish n^rlrHn^ PAGE 5B Dr. William Haber, president of the American ORT Federation, presents a silver Passover wine goblet handcrafted in Israel to Senator Herbert H. Lehman at a dinner in his honor. Senator Lehman is honorary president of the World ORT Union. The dinner was tendered by ORT on behalf of the 1954 United Jewish Appeal campaign. Hebrew Teachers Plan Memorial Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami, in conjunction with new Amerians residing in the area, will jointly sponsor a memorial gathering to honor the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto who died in their uprising against the Nazis eleven years ago. The function is set for Sunday evening. May 2, 8 p.m.. in the audi torium of Beth David Synagogue. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Guest speakei will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth David spiritual leader. The program will also include an address in Yiddish by Arthur Drevich. who is scheduled to relate his first-hand experiences under the Nazi heel in Europe. Zevi Rosenkranz, of the Hebrew Teachers' Association, is in charge of arrangements. On the Planning Committee for the memorial affair are Mrs. Ruth Uliss, Louis Gadon. association president, and Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. Tribute to Baron Due Tribute to the memory of the "Father of the Yishuv," Baron Benjamin Edmund de Rothchild, will be presented on the Jewish Forum of the Air this Sunday. May 2. 10:30 a.m., over station WMIE. Simon Seiden. director, said that the tribute will be held to mark the removal of the philanthropist's and banker's remains from France to the Jewish State. [CREAM CHEESE ISN'T PREAM CHEESE IN THE I HOME UNLESS IT'S toolt for the name P'erJ for generations "i Jewish home*... A favorite for generations .... Breakstone's Cream Cheese is preferred because it's richer, •> creamier, smoother. The perfect spread for bagels and matzah ... the ideal complement to „ lox, whitefish, and all other smoked fish. And so convenient • and thrifty in that handy big '/* lb. package. NOW Th. Perfect I] To C*n Drlni I SUGARII All The Flavor | \ceA Tea Yon %  Want %  WITHOUT Galnliic A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS Pnra Harmless Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening CM It on th* table—nee It for cooking *-Oz. Size Bottle..Only 75o AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE Our Readers Get This Calendar Freel All Hebrew And English Datei For 24 Years, 1931 To 1966. Yahrzeit And Bar Mitzvah Dates At A Glance! The new edition of the calendar! All Hebrew and English dates from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish holidays to 1964. This publication has arranged with on* of our advertisers to secure for our readers this latest edition of the famous 24-Year Calendar at no cost. For a free copy, just writ* a post-card or letter to: — H. J. HEINZ CO., Dept. JJ Pittsburgh 30, Pa. Mrs. Lazarus to Head Miami B'nai B'rith Women B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold an installation runcheon at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Thursday, May 6, 12 noon. Mrs. Jack R. Wein, B'nai B'rith State president, will be guest speaker. Offiers to be installed include the Mesdames Murray Lazarus, president; A. Z." Alpert, first vice president: Samuel Badanes, second vice president; Louis Cohen, treasurer; David Hess, recording secretary; Abe Aronovitz, corresponding secretary; Bernard Tytell, finanial secretary; and Harry Lackey, historian. • Helen Revoire will present a musical program of songs and piano seletions. c J Telephone 24825 for Reservations' Chez Loon Krsl.iiii'.iiil French Cuisine CLOSED ON MONDAY Leon Abondance, Proprietor 128 N.E. 17th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA otffaty


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PAGE 6 B Beach Zionist District Acts on Slate Of Officers at Vanderbilt Meeting Miami Beach Israel Zionist District held election of officers Thursday evening in the Commodore Room of the Vanderbilt Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of North Shore Jewish Center and former immigration officer of the Joint Distribution Committee in Italy, was principal speaker. Others appearing on the program included Mrs. Lillian Nelson, pianist, and Mrs. Judy Nelson Drucker. prominent singer. Also featured was Joseph Pardo. interStage and screen star Mel Ferrer shows Neva Patterson a Sephardic Haggadah brought to the United States from Amsterdam. Holland, in the 1600's and used in research for a special CBS radio drama, "House oi Bondage," broadcast nationally on Monday. The 300-year-old book was loaned by the Jewish Theological Seminary to the American Jewish Committee, sponsor of the broadcast. % i^lhrtflB preter of Yiddish and liturgical melodies. The slate scheduled for presentation included Fred Jonas, presi dent; Seymour Liebman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Sam Proster man. Leo Robinson and Phillip Salmon, vice presidents; Charles Lee. recording seretary: Al Sherman, financial secretary: E"** Platoff. assistant financial secretary; Alex Van Stratten. treasurer; and chairman of the Board of Directors, Burnett Roth On the slate of Board members were Joseph Alter, Benjamin Appel. Daniel Broad. Jack Burris. Irving Cypen. Nathan Darsky. Sam Friedman. Saul Genet. Sydney Greenberg. Herman Grossman. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Herbert Linick. Dr. Max l.ipkind. Kolman Luria. Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Harry Hagid, Joseph Malik, Maxwell Mangold. Abraham Mason. Judge Kenneth Oka, Al Oshcroff. Albert Ossip. Joseph Pardo. John I-eibowitz. A Perlmutter. Bffle Platoff, Harry Platoff. Jack S. Polick. Dave Provus. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. Gil Rappaport. Sum Ritter. Abe Rubin. Dr. Z. A. Sabshin, Michael Salmon. Jacob Schachter. Irving Schatzman. Joseph Schneider. Mayor Harold Shapiro Harry B. Smith. Harold Spaet. Ralph Spero. Al Stone. Gus Trau. Harold Turk. Mrs Max WeltX and Harry Zuckernick. Nominating Committee included Prosterman. chairman. Appel. Rabbi Mescheloff. Pardo. Platoff. Rubin. Salmon and Sherman WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM. SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Apr. 30 • May 3) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 00 I US 30 .45 TudH) 0C '5 • 30 4b Tent P1 Mil* TVI-I Pal M i#:06 Ding I long School >. %  U'entern ljiin|i Into f*J l> I •• .nu s, h->ol ;.15 I Rut E I Mi Coni l k L'p Live Qai > Moor* Arthur tlodfrev -30 I %  I n 9:45 10.-C0 l>. I Ki--.. 10:15 '0:30 .-" Ike It Rich 10:45 Spar* Patrol To i:r Ane'oed I Bunei I i •Billy Graham Strike li R h tVhat'i Tr'ble %  •1:00 Mrnu Ma 11:18 11:30 Search K To, roil ":45 'imdlng Light II -. Top Thla IH Thr Ufa Menu Magic Cont'al Carnlt I B'rch For Tom. < OuMIng l.lght AFTERNOON '2:O0 Pve Cut Kcwi •1 15 Love of HI • Jupiter B. 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J^y&rfigjr PAGE 7B erican Notables... Abraham Jonas: The Jew of 1858 By HARRY SIMONHOW Isimonhoft't MIMM, CMififatiaf %  series HlhM, Jof.fclei, it •** f' U I A ti fcf TR* Jewiifc MerMin [,(,, ftrctnfcMry et/e.rafiea of Jewish terffeattaf im | Sfotef.-T*e MH !" -* 122 children, Abraham Jonas was born in 1801 in %  gland. Either the family was too numerous or in England were unfavorable fee ambitious 1817 his brother' Moses was the first Jew to Tincinnati. Two years later, Abraham followed the auction business with his brother-in-law, jrcomer. Things looked rather encouraging for Larried the daughter of Gershom Mendes Seixas, J who stood on the platform at the first inauguraresident Washington. widower in his 24th year, he became restless, laking an ;ictive part in the affairs of the budding Immunity. One of the incorporators of the first t, he is also recorded a purchaser of the plot Ls'h cemetery from Nicholas Longworth, the greatJcr of the Nicholas Longworth who married Alice and became speaker of the national House of ktives during the administrations of Coolidge er. Jonas left Cincinnati and settled in WiHiamItucky. He went into business and entered poli%  asonry was a powerful magnet in the early days public. Every important personage in the circles pgton, of Franklin, of Marshall, er of Lafayette Imbcr of this secret lodge, said to have been the Riirh the American and French Revolutions were (jews were especially attracted to an order which i a progressive liberalism based oh the enlightenbt that all men are brothers under God the Fathbwerful factor also was its unequivocal monobat enabled men of every religion to enter its atform seldom if ever put into practice prior to I century. M the 19th century advanced, the Masonic skies With the unfortunate disappearance of a freeunscrupulous character, one Henry Morgan, of Kch t'A' L?S! 5 1 *" sct in %  an order of hL an* lhe "** l P^'Pte*. In the atmosphere *r? Si.""*""? eW pollticn} W ot nti-Mason S 2^J5 P U ^ d sland r and vitrio1 "Pon the heads %  < Fril ll|| M Encouraged by former President John S32f*2* and led •* sinistet W 8t^ club-footed ihatWeos Stevens, who later in his career almost sue ceeded in impeaching a U.S. President, this political group caused Masonry to shrink in New York from 20,000 to 3,000 members, from 500 to 30 lodges. Masonic Honors Clearly this was not the time for anvone with political aspirations to join the ancient and accepted Order of t reemasonry. Politicians are noted for their eagerness to affiliate with any organization that might promote their interests; conversely they certainly shy away from societies which may retard their advancement. But Abraham Jonas entered politics and Masonry almost the same time. He served in the Kentucky General Assembly from 1828 through 1830. Again a member of the State Legislature in 1833, he was the same year elected Grand Master of Masons for Kentucky. His portrait hangs on the wall of the Grand Lodge in Louisville. Later when he moved to Quincy, he became in 1839 the first Masonic Grand Master of Illinois. On the announcement of his death, a tablet in his honor was placed in the hall of the Grand Lodge, and in celebrating EO years of Masonry in Illinois, the Grand Lodge struck a bronze medal in memory of its first Grand Master. Jonas attended in 1834 the conference which founded the Whig Party. One of the delegates, the tall, lanky, rawboned Abe Lincoln of Springfield attracted but slight attention. But something about him appealed deeply to Jonas and they became fast friends. In 1838 Jonas moved to Illinois and four years later served in the State Legislature together with his friend from Springfield. In his 43rd year, Jonas passed the bar, and for the next 20 years practiced successfully in Quincy. A good speaker and influential, he became an important factor in state politics. Appointed postmaster of Quincy by Presidents Tyler and Fillmore, he held the post for three years. In 1856, Jonas and Lincoln were chosen by the Illinois State Convention presidential electors. Whenever Lincoln had occasion to be in Qaincy, he did his work at the office of Jonas and Asbury. % Lincoln Supporter According to Asbury, his partner Jonas was the first to suggest Lincoln for President in a conference with the influential editor, Horace Greely. At the formation of the Republican Party, Jonas joined Lincoln and immediately attempted to have his friend nominated for the Presidency at the 1856 convention. But he followed Lincoln in his support 6f Fremont. For the great debate between Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas at Quincy, Jonas served as chairman of the Republican Committee on arrangements and printed a notice in the press requesting the presence of Lincoln's friends. In the midst of the bitter 1860 campaign. Lincoln, in a long letter to Jonas, denies ever being a Know-Nothing member, but cautiously suggests that his friend make the denials for him. One of the first acts of President Lincoln was to appoint Jonas postmaster of Quincy. At his death in 1864, the position went to his widow. Nothing marred Lincoln's esteem, not even the news that three sons of Jonas fought in the Confederate army. His son Edward, however, served the Union with distinction and rose to the rank of Major in an Illinois regiment. Divided family loyalties were by no means rare in those troubled times. Jonas' son Benjamin F., later U.S. Senator from Louisiana, stated that the President enquired after his friend's boys of anyone coming from New Orleans, taken over in 1862 by the Union forces. Lincoln's respect for Jonas may be deduced from the incident of Thomas Thorough, arrested and sent to Quincy. Acting on the suspect's appeal, the President directed his Secretary of War "to dispose of the case at the discretion of Abraham Jonas and Henry Asbury, both of Quincy, both of whom I know to be loyal and sensible men."' Jonas was dying. He wished to see his son, a Confederate soldier imprisoned at Lake -Erie, but refused to bother the President. His wife and daughter sent the message, and Lincoln revealed his feelings by his order of June 2, 1864: "Allow Charles H. Jonas, now a prisoner of war at Johnson's Island, a parole of three weeks to visit his dying father, Abraham Jonas, at Quincy, Illinois. A. Lincoln." • f i £ c r Tom Lee YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 2 I I'../ Planned Revision of State Constitution. •apportionment of Representation. Iitiblishment of a State Equalization poard. Kill Length North-South Turnpike. %  taggertd Terms in State Agencies. Irovide for Succession in the Event of the Governor's Death or lemovai. Extension of Mental Health Program. %  npowt" Legislature to Convene Itself by two-thirds Agreement. I Progressive Public School System. lontroi of Local Laws bj Public Affected. I l.l Political Adv.) ^^ EVER 3-B Elect MICHAEL A. PELLE YOUR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE Group 1 PULL LEVER 3-B ,f MASTEffSHIP f|([" (Pd. Political Adv.) -ets Keep "Jim" on the Job! K'S THE PROVEN FRIEND OF YOUR CHILDREN James M. Noel Should be Reelected to Dade County SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT ONE because during this term, he's worked for, and helped to acquire more now school sites than during the previous twenty-five years. worked to provide equal facilities in all schools. helped to cut school .construction costs by 30%, costing loss tax dollars. voted higher salaries for teachers and other school personnel. Mind upon oompotitive ousting in purchasing all school requirements. On May 4th J*l LEVER 20-C | r JIM NOEL .. I CHILDREN'S FRIEND, JUCMIBJ. nnm 'WATERS' FRIEND Lei's Keep "Jim" Campaign Committee (Id. Polltlc-al Adv.) Rabbi Meschelofi Named To Yeshiva Post NEW YORK—Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. of Congregation Beth Jacob, has been named to the national Rabbinic Advisory Commission established by Yeshiva University to guide its newly formed Community Service Division which will provide Jewish congregations in the United States and Canada with service in seven major areas, it was announced here by Rabbi Morris Berman. president of the Rabbinic Alumni. Rabbi Mescheloff. a graduate of Yeshiva University, the first American University under Jewish auspices, is active in numerous religious, educational and communal organizations. The new agency is designed to render guidance, counsel and leadership for synagogues, their affiliated men's clubs and community center groups. y*^*^^**^f*^m*^*f* VOTE FOR %  Keep Your Cities and Your County Lever 14-A William W. (Bill) CHARLES REPRESENTATIVE j i Legislature — Group 1 (I'd. Political AdV.) GOOD FOR ALL DADE COUNTY! CANDIDATE FROM DIST. 2 FOR THE DADE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I ted*.* ( %  >*•" %  •• se'"r b r ..p.-di-l eseM % %  iris*. 1. r.o..d. Rladaigsiltai '•* five yeer ••*•• J. Imp.o.. ld.ee! fc treprllin 4. Pev eecfceri •vertie. 5. titobh.h rieenief eee 1 Aepi.iiol % %  eie l He petal pecr-et •• aeiMihlretfve ,.ip.i**t T • |„.„. Scfceel ••• funds MILL LiVE* Ilk ENGEL FAVORABLE LABOR RECORD: Instigated Civil Service as Mayor oi Miami Springs FOR ALL PEOPLE: On Board of Directors Battle-Creek Race Betterment Foundation CIVIC WORKER: As President of Dade County League of Municipalities fought for your right to vote for or against consolidation ELECT HERRELL STATE LEGISLATOR STATE LEGISLATURE Qualified by: • INTEGRITY INTELLIGENCE • PAST SERVICES • PULL LEVER 19 A PULL LEVER 19 A (I'd. Political Adv.) I'd. PolUlcal Adv.)



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PAGE 8 B *Ll*tfk>rkmr -^AY. Extension Program Reports Highlight GMJCC Executive Committee Meet A report of the extension pro-1 Other highlight) of the OMJCC grams and services of the Greater I Executive Committee meeting IBMiami Jewish Community Center: eluded reports by the Personnel highlighted the Centers Executive Committee, capital funds colletCommittee meeting held last week ;it Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Herbert Soule. extension super visor, reported the progress in the ( vHension services, which included I • following: A recreation program for resitions. fund raising and Flagler-Granada relationships. Stanley (' Myer-. pre.i.lent of GMJCC, presided ;it the meeting. Those present wenMrA (oman or. Mrs Joseph Duntov, Leen Epstein, Herman Feldman, Hyman Ram, Irving Lax. Joseph Masters. dents at the Jewish Home for the Leon Kaplan. Stanley (' Myer-. EdAged under the direction and sui rvision of GMJCC, including arts and craft) weekly, a film program three times a month, group discussions twice monthly, program planning committee weekly, newspaper irkshop twice monthly, participation programs once monthly, holi) .Hid special function! ai Indi%  ted and Sunday entertainment Ice monthly Service to the Coral Gables and deep southwest area through the cooperation and joint sponsorship • %  I the Coral Gables Jewish Center Four teen aye clubs are now in active session under the guidance Ol trained club leadersupervised by GMJCC Their activities include dances, film-, sports, make up and grooming, crafts, program planning, discussion sessions, guest speakers, parent-' get-together and lint advisor; committee functional needed, whichffcu met on • .<• aveia| e ol once a month Services to the Hialeah Miami rings area through the coopera• in and joint sponsorship of the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Cen This program was begun te\ i ral weeks ago with an initial OUp if i ) aged nine to 11 Their activities include swimming •fraction, picnic-, nature hikes eneral club and program lopmenl Abe Rochstein, physical education -usoi ..' thi inun Branch leads Kphi.om Gale executive direc tor. reported on the relationship with M .: %  Sinai Hospital School I Practical Nursing whereby stu cent practical nurses in training do me ; thenfield work untrcr GMJCi supervision al the various GMJCC pre school programs For approval ol the extension of • ion-hip was nil, b) the i !MJ( i l.\e< utive i ommittee The .11 includi n I %  tation and increased plat i • • etical nurses GMJi rsei Request for ervices from th.' "h Miami Beach area through ello Park i ongregation, the %  through North ade Jewish i enter as well as con • ices from time to %  me to synagogues and other Jew -h organizations in the Greater Ml HI area were also discussed, ITS SMART TO S16 THf IN MIAMI PH 3-0871 732 bl ,C. BLVD GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS ward Peyser, Hyland Rifas, Leon ard Schiff. Leo Sheiner, Mrs Mil ton Sirkin. Mrs Lewis Stern-hem. Sidney Stiller. Jack Toppell, Bernard Weksler, Mrs William Zuck erman. Herbert Soule and Efraim H. Gale I i < II/II Mi'hrrti \amvtl Prvnident Evelyn Nieberg has been named president of the Cimcr-ity ol Mi ami Hillel Foundation other officers named include Chester Krellinatein, 1st vice president; ste\en Ross, 2nd vice president; Carol Washer, recording sec retary; Radine Ginea, corresponding secretary; and Sue Stahl, treaa urer. MisNieberg is the daughter "I Mr and MrSamuel Nieberg, 3843 SW 5th -t Her mother was recently elected vice president of Coral Cables H'nai U'nth Women She ia member of Delta I'lu Kp-don social society. Sigma Lamb da I'hi service sorority, historian ol the Future Teachers of America and la Dada Count) scholarship student al the University oi Miami. Floyd States Record In Final Drive Here Robert I. Floyd urged voters this week to look (or tolerance and understanding in the Circuit Judge the) -elect Tuesdaj "Legal training and experience gained through 13 years of service M attorney. FBI Agent. Mayor ; and law maker are admitted qualifications for Judgeship." Floyd said "Itut they must be tempered by tolerance and understanding. How do w gain these qualities? By long and varied dealing with people and their problem-.' Floyd told rallies throughout the County Floyd said be fell confident that his 13-year record in handling human problemon all levelaattorney, law culorccmcnt FBI Agent, Mayor and lawmaker would be given favorable consideration by the voters Miamians to Report At Youth 11 Annual spring meeting of the meet in? u ^ "i Atlanta fc „ Y r h —Mes'-M tin. Southern Zionist Youth Commis sion. joint educational youth agen\ cy of Southern and Southeastern i the n^TT* b> ">% Hadassah and the Southeastern | p du flor fcT ZOA Region, will be held at the I ?Z and 'row yJ? Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta on Mon day. May 3. according to an an nnuncement released by the chair pert of Savannah, Ga., and Mau man and co-chairman, Mrs. Ben Al rice Pilah of Nashville, Term Scheduled to deliver reports at the meeting are Stanley Saal. of reel ing **<** m?£\ Other matters n tkelude aw^^JJJa the national &L1S ''•' Vehudah.VoXN ••sol program for Miami, and Miss Eleanor Good}'£'''•"? %  •***• man. Miami Beach. i, Train,l >8 InaihtTj the twnvveek r !" ,. 1 To he held immediately followb,,vand eirk m f J| H ing a Southeastern ZOA executive a i "Moll," HOLIDAY MM TO All 0U* MIHDS AND H, m FLAGLER MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO. 3470 N.W. 7th SHEET ol I I K L K € T Final Meeting Slated Beth David Synagogue PTA will hold its last meeting Ol the season on Mondaj Maj S, at 8 pjn Pea tilled will be %  Lag B'Omer presentation, with the Sunday School dramatic group participating Also scheduled are I year-end report and final plans for the organizationMay 30 picnic A MESSAGE FKOM BRAILEY ODHAM it i 414 S.W. 22n4 AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Builders of Immortal Memorials for the rnsrt | I roomier KENDRICK PURCHASING AGENT IF 1 Of WANTt w A MAN who will devote his lull time to the business of moka) $5,000,000 worth of purchases each year for County Departments. A MAN who pi edges and guarantees every seller in Dude County thai he shall not be discriminated against in selling to the County. A MAN who will provide public records on all purchases he makeswho will not tolerate secret files and secrecy in official acts. + A MAN who has a reputation for fairness — a background as a Nothri hiiamian — a man whose honesty is proved in U. S. Army records. A MAN who will not tolerate a policy of favoritism a man *• only guide to purchasing will be "the best possible at least cost." ^ We Need a Man LikeJAY ic 1 KENDRICK (l,l Polltl.nl A<1\ >



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IPRIL 30.1954 JGIOUS DIRECTORY RAEL CONGRSGATION tiday evening servies at Saturday morning serv|9 am I>ai'y services are i. and 6:30 p.m. • ITE CENTER will hold Inina services at 6:45 Say mcrning services are Rabbi Morton Malavifficiate and preach on portion. Cantor Samuel K render the musical porL liturgy. Mincha is [for 6:30 p.m., followed %  eudos. • _HEBRtW SCHOOL AND IATION will hold Friday Irvices at 6:30 p.m. Satning services are at 8:30 rd. son of Mr. and Mrs. thwcitzcr, will become Lh. A class in Mishna is Jfor 5:30 p.m., followed i. and Shalos Seudos. Sees are at 7:30 a.m. and I Rabbi Simon April will juih Cantor Berele KeleErinK the musial portions %  ray. • ER %  GRANADA JEWISH llTY CENTER will hold kning services at 8:15 Rev Leo Helm officiat| (l will be dedicated to ted officers of the of Rev. Heim's Mr•duled as: "We ChalLeaders of Tommoriil the officers will be Oneg Shabbat followla> morning services when Gilbert Cohen ft Franzblau will become It Rev. Heim will offirender the musical por|hc liturgy. The Hebrew himwill assist at both IMIAMI JEWISH CENTER Friday evening services nd 8Bt) p.m., with Rabbi laxnian officiating. Board orwill be honored. Subibbi Waxman'a sermon is Uership Tempered by Rej>n\iciit>n." An Oneg Shab%  ollow, Saturday morning arc at 9 a.m., with Rabbi officiating. Junior servM 11 a in Mincha will be i.m.. followed by Maariv. • • 0 SHORE JEWISH CEN lold Friday evening serv115 p in with Rabbi Mayer litz officiating and preachIhc topi: "A Religion of \" Saturday morning servV H 45 a.m., at which time %  itzvah ol Howard, son of |MrJack Green, will take •bin Abramowitz will disWeekl) Portion. Cantor Jlein will render the musipn"i the liturgy. Daily frre at 7 45 a.m. and 6:30 p Haarh following. EL CONGREGATION will Ida] evening services at Saturday morning servat 8:30 a.m. Rabbi ShmarM^ky will officiate and dismulatinK the Divine." A Talmud is scheduled for 5 eha will be at 6 p.m., foly Shalos Seudos. Cantor Zeichner will render the lions of the liturgy, ices are in Academy B0 am. I DAVID SYNAGOGUE will "V evening services at Saturday morning servK*9a.m., when Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiner, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Floral offerings will be by Mr. and Mrs. Weiner. Student services are on Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. %  • TEMPLE SINAI, Jewish Com munity Center of Hollywood, will hold Friday evening services a( 8:30 p.m. Barbara Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pearl, will become Bas Mitzvah and assist Rabbi Shapiro who will officiate. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: "Building a Sanctuary for God." Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Pearl in their daughter's honor. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday evening at 6 p.m.. with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Services will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday. Weekday services will be held at 7 a.m. ft HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alexander Gross wi|l officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday morning services are at 8 a.m. Daily services arcscheduled for 7 30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. • > % %  HIALEAH %  MIAMI S P R INGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Et tinger officiating. Harold Kravitz. outgoing Center president, and Jack Cohen, newly elected president, will be honored during servies. Subject of Rabbi Ettinger's sermon is scheduled as: "Be Thou Holy and Believe." Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Shabbat will follow. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preach ing on the topic: "Power Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musial portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. I Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with daily services scheduled for 6:30 p.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and preaching on the topic: "Some Post Pesach Re flections." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Alexander, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and preach on the topic: "Jewish Contributions to Democratic Living." Mrs. Jason Grossman, 610 Boabadilla, Mrs. Henry Levy. 516 Catalonia, and Mrs Sam Barish. 427 Palermo, will +Jew/sfifkr*Mm be honored during the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 10 a.m., with Torah study of Chapter XIX of .the Book of Leviticus followed by'Kiddush. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musial portions of the licturgy. TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Friday evening servies at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and preaching on the topic: "Why Do I Have to be Good, Daddy?" Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musial portions of the liturgy. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold late Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Louis A. Cassel offiiating. Cantor Albert Glantz will chant the liturgy. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is: "Life Cycle of the Jew." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Meyer Wolfson will become Bar Mitzvah during the services. Louis Dublin will conduct a class in Talmud at 3 p.m. Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m., with Shalos, Seudos following. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • ADD DIRECTORY TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Installation of new officers will take place. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach on the topic: "Our Sacred Pledge." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, will take place at that time. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. 4 4 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach on the topic: "The Things That Count." Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions Lof the liturgy. Kiddush willfollow. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and at 6:30 and 7 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro to Speak Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, has been invited to address PAGE 9 B the convention of the Southeast Region, United Synagogue of America, on Sunday, May 9, in Atlanta. Ga. fj NEW YORK TO ISRAEL ISRAEL NAVIGATION.COMPANY, LTD. dlHLJtHtlKUIIllu niffiac Cl <*' mmmil i KEEP HARD-WORKING EXPERIENCED JUDGE. RAYMOND Gr. NATHAN Judge of Dade County's New Small Claims Court (in the co urthouse) mm A MEMORIAL f 0 It SIX MILLION JEWS AND WARSAW GHETTO HEROES Sponsored by Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami and New Americans at BETH DAVID AIR-CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Sunday, at 8 p.m. SPEAKER: RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Come and Pay Respect fo the Memory of Our Martyred Brothers and Sisters Beth Israel Congregation NEW SYNAGOGUE — CORNER 14th and PRAIRIE AVE. ORTHODOX SERVICES Friday Evening 6:30 Saturday Morning 9:00 DAILY: MORNINGS 7:30 — EVENINGS 6:30 President, Mr. Morris Weinstein Better Schools Make Better Citizens Pull Lever 24 B Pull Lever 24 B Re-elecf C. RAYMOND Van DUSEN • Lile long educator, serving the educational interests of all Dade County children. • Present Board Chairman, Chairman, working for cooperation with the Snperintendent and the Administration. • A working board member, spurring school safety program, civil defense, the building program. N^Br -9 %  ^imlNNNNNi ^AH d^^^ft •<.,, %  H University Professor %  • Veteran Civic Leader 1951 1953 DANTE FASCELL CO-SPONSORED THE Sill THAT UNMASKED THE HLU-KLUX-KLAN. DANTE FASCELL INTRODUCED AND FOUGHT FOR THE ANTIDYNAMITE LEGISLATION. Ring the Bell for WHITE KSCELI for US.C0NGRES PULL LEVER M 1A PAID POL A.DV



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PAGE 10 B +Jelstncrk**n =— ""DAY.i Reparations Aid Young Economy Miami. By SAM MILLER Jewish Telegraphic Agency COLOGNE — When Arthur Lourie for Israel and Dr. Hans RimMr for West Germany met at United Nations headquarters in New York and stiffly exchanged two documents known in the diploma 1ic trade as instruments of ratification, the calendar showed the date of March 27. 1953. On that day the Reparations Agreement .Miit into effect, nine days after its adoption by the Bundestag, six months after its signing in Luxemburg by Moshe Sharelt and Kon rad Adenauer. "A historical act of state that is without precedent." said an official Israel communique at the time. This first anniversary affords a good opportunity to ask how the pact has been working out. in taking .i look at the record, t must be remembered that operationunder th>' pact have actually been in progress for no more than nine months. At the beginning ol May, the Israel Purchasing Mission ,n Cologne opened for business it was June li before the German Government issued the detailed procedural regulationindispensa lie for the functioning oi the Mission, whereupon the first orders could be placed with German manufacturers a week later In July, the initial reparationcargoes were moving to Israel trom North Sea port* 200,000 Tons Already Shipped In the nine months that have since gone by. ItiO.OOO tons of goods were dispatched from tier many to the farms and factories of Israel. In addition, the new state hareceived from non-German I certain bulk supplies by Germany under the countries paid for terms of the reparations pact De livered to Israel were 45.000 tons of Turkish wheat. 5.000 tonol Turkish oil seeds and 1.800 tons of Malayan rubber, as well as Austrian lumber and South American cattle hidesplus, most important of all. S35.000.000 worth of crude oil and petroleum products from countries of the Briti.-h Commonwealth, Of the German produced ri para tioni delivered until now. more than two tbirdl were shipped from German North Sea port.-, a substan tial majority being transported 1" Israel bottoms The total value of commodities and services delivered in the fir-t \ear i40 million dollars Another 42 million dollars have been com milted for orderalready placed with German manufacturers As the Hague Agreement obligates German] to make $05 million avail able tor the period up to March 31, 1954. thileaves an uncommil ted balance ol S13 million Orders tor thiamount will go out in the course ol next month All this has been accomplished b) a group of Israeli expert-, some 40 in number, who make up the -tall of the Purchasing Mis-ion in downtown Cologne The Mission, which enjoys quasi-diplomatic status, iworking with such quiet efficiency that it.administrative Costs run well below one percent ol the purchasing volumes. From its inception, the Mi—ion habeen headed by Stuttgart-born Dr. Feli* E Shinnar. who used to be an influential Israel businessman and now carries the personal rank of Minister. — PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "JSlfoSr A^ Semi th letisfc JEWISH J Community Since 1926 MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl charge of political matters is Dr. Chain Yahil. during the first postwar yearhead ol the Jewish Agency office in Munich Germ an reparations shipments account for about one fifth of Israel imports, and require hardly U) outlay ol foreign currency. For thv economj of the Jewish state. plagued as it is by an excess of imI ports over exports and by the reI sultant shortage ol foreign curfency. they are proving of farreaching benefit. Indeed, reparation.good.form an integral partone might almost say. the keystone of Kraelambitious five-year Development Plan. Thankto German structural steel and German cement. Israel's housing construction is expanding. German chemical fertilizer is boosting the productivity of Israel's agriculture. The scarcity of fats that habean Onbane of house wives In the Jewish State is being eased, thankto German vegetable oil-, which make it possible to increase the output of Israel margarine. German pharmaceuticals help Israel doctors, druggists and hospitalto cure the sick. A wide range of German raw materials, chemicals, semi finished products, machine tools, electronic devices and the like provide an invaluable added stimulus to Israel industry. In the case of long-range investment goods, the manufacturing process is frequently a lengthy one In the relatively short period under review, shipments may therefore not have arrived in quantity as yet. but the orders have been placed and the delivery dates set. In the course of the coming year, $12 million worth of irriga1 %  tion pipes will, by trebling the artificially irrigated area, be instrumental in making the Negev bloom. Generating equipment in the value of $14 million will be utilized tor expanding Israel's production of electrical power from 130.000 to 370.000 kilowatts. A floating drvdock will for the first time enable Lsrael to repair ships at Haifa. Exclusive Dealers ROCK (f AGES MEMORIALS ^^.Z^-^M % .". frec/ile ttt/w Anew yRrVeW i n funelat' <>n-ic<> A service that leaves a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677 I. H. MNNtTT, F VMra | Ofc^Hr For JUDGE, CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IM PollIK .1. .,1V I Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR wifb The DM* .1 Jewish Cmm.iit.Urs MORRIS NASATTR list*. T. Our N.w f t*r "TNI AUr-S COMttr* fMtoriMi %  •kki U.i, CMM| Bond Office Moves ,,„ mi Anno ^ The State of Israel Bond office' W eel1, J c, 'b Sher has been moved from 1622 Collins cha irmn, in^ ave.. Miami Beach, to the eighth 'sted to visit th, floor of the Congress Building in I Congress B in SIMCHAH r:.rvr-*^ fOt BOYS on. CIRIS | tTWBju n | To be conducted at the Florida lu, S40 WIST AVENUE, MIAMI IE H AfMCATIOMS NOW MING ACCEPTED WtETE 01 *. • P..I • Pr.nis.s • Israeli Doncin, • MM* • Sa.rt, M £V Dief.rjr laws Observe CHARLEY JOHNS Heart and Soul wi Election Day Is Next Tuesdoy,< • • • No Other Candidate Has Offered Anything To The People Of Dade County • • Yes. next Tuesday is election day. pTf0 And—the CHALLENGE remains UNAtur", Charley Johns' opponents still haven t to do'for us in Dade County. ButI Charley Johns Will Gi*j Elimination of tawi on Household F j J mon should be forced to pay a *. on / JJ jsC ooki1 he sleeps or the stove upon which his TOW Charley Johns.) „_witlio* I Automatic Homestead Exemption-*" each yoar. „ .,.•_„ ; n Mio" A State of Florida Office Building our convenience. High level bridges or tunnels i drawbridges. Ahd1 Charley JohwHo^^, roods than the previous od m ^ ,s /^ a full-le^*! Full support Complete cc Yes. Vote For Yourself in Miami to rep^ port to legislation for o ^ #* to co-operation for a "*> h l With A Ve* FORM "HEART AND SOUL KtUUuirWri: IM • B TMrt A.„ **.: t-MM •'



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IPRIL 30. 1954 +Je*istnvrldHa,n EGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i? A H M ERBBT QVnm that |j„d desiring to engage In i.r Hi" fictitious name f I? TY at 990 S.W. 1st kill' i"' register said name |,.,k of the Circuit Court of [n. Florid*. rViHIN B. LAKE I V. •< IH l UPTON 1 tSmbamn Apfrtlcnnts f strest TENDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBT GIVEN that lined, desiring to engage in inili'i lli' fictitious name of IrMUlV. Ht 188 N.E. 64th Intend to register said the Clerk of the Circuit „|.. rounty, Florida. MORRIS KINEGOL.D Cl A HIS, Owners IK .1 KAKOWITZ ,„ %  Applicants Bldg. |E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HERBBT GIVEN that Igiifd, desiring to engage In nili-v the fictitious name of ET MIMEOGRAPHING ft IERVICB at 2347 P. W. 22nd t., register said name with of the Circuit Court of Dade lARLES M FREEFIELD tIAN 1 11EEF"IELD E UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW IS HERBBT GIVEN that Mgned, d.-siring to engage In hnili-r the fictitious name of RHINO I "iCKS, at 520 West fiaml Beaeh, Florida intends %  aid name with the Clerk Ituit Court of Dade County, JEROME G. LANCER IRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY, FLOR. ICHANCERY. No. 168221 klioWN ANGELOTT1. Plaintiff ANGELOTTI. Defendant. ICE BV PUBLICATION MAl'IBCE I.. AXGEI.UTTI %  1171._ %  L%  •. Co. II. jjgnal Battalion ii Postmaster York, Sew York. IRK HERBBT NOTIFIED 111 fin Annulment of Marriage >il agalnal you In the above %  use and you are hereby re. ,i copy of your Answer Bill .if i •iniplaint on the ^attorneys, and file the origofflci of the Clerk of the uuii uu .or, Woi the J7lh r • %  I. otherwise S i decree >ll be entered against hull be published once ton? consecutive weeks 1SII KI.OIUDIAN. Iih day of April. 154. II. I.EATHERMAN, ik. circuit Court M. It. Ml'RRAT, Deputy Clerk VER & MULLOY Plaintiff luilding, Miami, Florida LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. N 0 167806 JOSEPH B. KLEINWICIIS also known as JOZICF KLEIN VYlciiS, VH Plaintiff SINA BUR8TK1N KI.KINWli ||s .. NOTICE .Y PUBLICATION^' TO: UNA BUR8TBIN KLE1NWICH8 n*s' been filed against vim in the above entitled cause ami von are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff s attorneys, anil fil.. Unoriginal In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 7th day of May, 1H.".4, otherwise a Decree Pro fonfessu will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the JKW18II FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of April, 11134. K. B. LF-.ATIIEUMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By M. C. OREEN, fScal) Deputy clerk I'ALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLGY Attorneys for Plaintiff 701 Congress llldg.. Miami, Fla. 4/9-16-23-30 k foi JEW this 1 i-: lie By: Bit, toss l IW |CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IK IS HERBBT GIVEN that pslgned, desiring to engage In iniler the fictitious name of SANITATK IN C( ).M 1 'ANY, "9th St.. Intend to register nil the clerk of the Clr' %  < Hade County, Florida. El'U AltD IIH.I. IBHAHAM KAPSON, Owners N Acol USlKiN M Applicants Rd Miami Reach CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF A IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY. No. 1681S7 11 M'HY, Plaintiff, M IOSEPH IUNPHY, I >i fendanl. DER OF PUBLICATION |I.I\M JOHEPII IUNPHY Mem .• i nkiiown • %  In I. by ordered and required of your answer to the /' 'faint for Divorce, a copy *"' losed herewith, on i attorney, and file the orlg,'.' "lee of the Clerk of the L',' 1 Hade County, Florida, pore the Hih day of May, 1954, P' the allegations of said bill i i K.-II as confessed by you. p: April 13, 1354. '. II I.EATHERMAN, I'-rk of the Circuit Court lf > WM. W. STOCKING, p. I. RAND 01 C erk %  or Plaintiff Building, Miami 12, Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AI.'S SELF" SERVICK LAUNDERETTE, at 501 East Sth Street, in the City of Hlaleah. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th day of March, r.'M. ELIAS BCHULMAN Sole l twin r •'REDER1CK N. BARAK Attorney at Law 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 4/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE IK. T^P T J£ E TO CREDITORS r„ U R?: ,D E*8TAT P B"S^ ft N W Aitriii R HIR8CHMAN, Deceased ... ,., V*" d,tor aml Al1 Persons HavEatate* '"' '"'" ia '" ls Against Bald „.yi'."'.'""','' : "' n of >' ou > 'e hereby notifl-ii and feaulned to present any .aims ami demands -which you. or either of you-.•;•> have -against the Z }!",' AKI "' l: "IRjicTlM \N, ilegan t.ii the lion >| a Count) Judges or Dade County, and file ti„. sum.. in their offices in the County CourtUi„ L s .' ,n ," i, ,le County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date or the first publication hereof. Bald cla nis or demand! to contain the legal address oi the claimant ami to be sworn t,, a ,„| ,„.,.„,.„,,.,, ,, s ., flll ,.„., i( | or same win be barrad Date April 6th. A. I). 1954. IRWIN I-: KOI r As Aneiiiai-v Administrator cum Testamcnto Annexo of the Last Will and Testament of ART11I It HlltSCHMAN, I ^ ^ t | MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator Lum Testainento Annexo 4/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i.nsin.-ss under the flctltloua name of IX1RRAINK APARTMENT HOTEL, at 2601 Collins Avenue, In the City of Miami Reach. Dade County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida, dated at Miami Peach, Florida, this 5th day of April, 1954. JACOI1 SOLOMON YETTA SOLOMON MDHTIMKR J. S'H.OMON ELEANOR 8. FRIEDLAND HARRY ZUKBRNICK Attorney for ners (10 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 4/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of fXMLAMI CAIIINET SHOP, at 2734 HW 2th Ijne. Miami 33, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JERRY KIRK FRANK COHN Attorney for Tamlami Cabinet Shop 4/9-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB .HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSF:CRE8T GIFTS, at 329 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BOI-ESI^AW OWSIFMKO Bole Owner KB88L-BR & GARS' Attorneys for Applicant 1712 W. Flagler St. 4/23-30 — 5A-14 f'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  •• %  .• NA ME LAW £''•• I* MKItKBY GIVEN that as u !i!'"''• ."'"'ring to engage In I cV,.""' flctltloua name of I ', ,'-" ENTAI.S AND It., i '' ,!,t Ave Miami, lor I! ''!'' !" I< 1 name with the | nSlfidf ( OUIt of D,d MAl'RICB BIRBCH L 3 n 'jALPII BIHHCH NS5 R F| CTITIOUS ICE is A Me UAW lersuln "; RKBV GIVF:N thar E urn" %  ''"' %  ^ring U. engage In ||-,| ',"..''iV fictitious name of i.| ',', "" B v -. Intend to regICo"r ".'f* l h ,ne < l rk "' • ou of l) aae County, Plorv\Ll!' MA'n.OKF PARIAN MATDOKP •I.Pl! EI M, "' r tfci.'"s i ;" c nu ^~ J/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32362-B In Re: E8TATE OF LAWRENCE JONES, D.M -eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said ICstate: ... You. and each of you. are heieby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of LAWRKNCK JONES, deceased late of Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANT'IN, Coiinlv Judge of Hade County, and file the s,,,n. in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, rlorida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to Insworn to and presented.as aforesaid. or same will be barred See Section 120 of the 1933 IVobate Act. "* W /Tl^MiP M'A'B 4 THOMAS. As Executor of the I-ast Will and Testament of I.AWRK.VK Jl)NE8, Deceased ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ Attorneys for I.lllle Mae Jones 4/TH-23-30 — 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WINDOW F-RAMF: FORM £••,•**• F>st Mrd St.. Hlaleah. H"r"l' ln {! "§ to register said name with the Cerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. n d *DrRWIN CORP. 1123 F^ist 23rd Street Hlaleah, Florida Jffi'&rlfcB^CORP. 4/-l-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICF: IB HEREBY GIVEN that th'e undersigned, desiring to '"gage In business under the flcjjtloue nameof BI8CATNB 6 10 DM'ARTM^l srroRF: at 7200-02 Biscay ne Blvd MT. ml intends to regis.er saidI name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi IH,Coon. v.,^]-*' g|L vERBTEIN BKRT -AOBB t tamer f*r sssr am NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL, at Mil N K. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. Riiosi:VKI.T HOSPITAL SANITARIUM, INC.. a Florida Corporation, Sole Owner SOMMER, FRANK WE8TON Attorneys for Rooaevell Hospital Sanitarium, Inc. 1 Lincoln l:...oi llldg. I 'l-23-J0 5 ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is m.itl-.KV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of CENTURY WOODCRAFT CO., at 3791 Bird Road, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida. ORACE VAN MANEN s..ie Owner MYERS, HRIMAN £KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant K.-,ii Seytmld Bldg, i 23-30 — i T-ii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 168489 NORMA HEBRY, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH MARTIN PATRICK IIKKPY .lit.. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSRPH MARTIN PATRICK HEBRY, JR. i lOfjj East F'ulton sti-.-.-t llempsleail. \, | Mm y,,ik Yon II. hereby nollfied that a I ill of I'omplaint for Divorce has bean filed against you. and you airequired to serve I copy of votir Answer en Pleading io the BUI "f C Ida lot on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, 27,1s West Flagler St.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on • II before the 24th day of May. 1I...I. If you fail to do so, judgment hv default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, %  •'orida, this 21st day of April, A.D. 1154. R II. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCKING, II in uit Courl Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 27.18 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida 4/23-30 — 7./7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam,. <>f AUTOMATIC MAYTAO ItAINDRT, at SSOO-02-04 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said nam.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SA MI-EL C. KAIIN 8IDNBT BFRONSON Attorney for Samuel C. Kahn 702 Biscaync Building, Miami, Florida 1/18-23-30 — 5/7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrina to engage i.i business under the fictitious nam,--f DAISY'S ORIIIINAI.S. at ll N.W. Kh St., Miami, Intend to register s,, I name with the Clerk of the ClrcOlt Court of Dade County. Florida. RENATO I.EVI PUERTO ORVJETO Hole ipvcmis M VEILS, IIEIMA.N .V KAPLAN. Attorney* for Applicant!) e.-.ii BeybeM Bldg. 4/30 — :./7-li--i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PREPARED FOODS, at ti N.W. B4th St.. intends to register said nainwith the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. H. I. WEOER, Owner KE88LBR & GARS Attorneys for Applicant* 1782 W. Flagler St. 4/30 — 6/7-14-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADf COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167923 MARY JAM-: NORTON, Plaintiff, vs MILToN It. NORTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MILTON It. NORTI IN Rtitb APE. BH WE APO r,.-.. e/o I'M New York. NY. You are hereby notified thai a Bill of i'omplaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and .vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN, 1518 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day of May, 1*54. If YOU fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. IS'NE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Sth day of April, A.D. 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, CTrcuit Court, Dade County, Florida By WM. W. STOCK I NO. fClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 4/S-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168444 EDWARD M. O'TOOLE, Plaintiff v I, JEANNE P O'TOOLE, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JEANNE P. O'TOOLE Box no, Route 1 Perris, California Yon are hereby notified that %  Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you, ami you -ire required to serve a copy of your Answ.r or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, PAVIH I.EVINE, 123 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Florida, :HM\ file the original Annwer or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the L'ltli day of May. Hot. If you fall to do s,,, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of I'omplaint. This notice shall ii.published once each week for four consecutive ereeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21st day of April, A.D. 1954. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida By M. W. PARTENHEI.MER (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 4 23-311 — 7./7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 168590 l.ll.LIE BALM. Plaintiff. vs. JI'LII'S BAI'M. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JULIUS BAI'M 776 Springfield Avenue IrvluKton, New Jerae) You, .Il'LH'S BAI'M. are herehv notlfied that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against iim. and you are required i" serve a cop! of \..er Answer or Pleatling Co the Bill' of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. MA1.VIN ENGLANDER. ::i| Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh. Florida, and 'l. :h, original Answer or Pleading in the office of Hie clerk nf the Circuit Court on or "before tli— nth day of May. 1954. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four COnaeCUtlVe weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this ((th day of April. A.I'. 197.4. E. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Had.('mints Florida By It II. RICE. JR. (Circuit court Scab Deputy cieik MALVIN .ENGI.ANI'ER. ESQ. Attornei for Plaintiff :;il Linn,In Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/3n — :.,7-ll-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32430-B NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: ESTATE OK ABRAHAM RI'ltlN. Deceased. TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL PERSONS HAVING tJLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: You. and each of y"bu. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou, may have against the Estate Of ABRAHAM RUBIN. Deceased, late of Suffolk County. Maasachusetts, to the Hon. County Judges of Dad.County, Florida, and file the same in their offices In the Dade Countv Courthouse, Miami. Florida, within eight (N) calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to' contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented is aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 12(1 of the 1933 Probate Act Dated this 7th day of April. 19.1. GEORGE J. TALIANOBF, As Ancillary Executor of the iasl Will and Testament of ABRAHAM RI'BIN. Deceased GEORGE J. TALIANOF*. ESQ. o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 4/16-23-30 — 5/7 -. ... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF7BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STATE MORTGAOE COMPANY, at II N lv 1st Ave.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID FRIEDMAN, owner 4/16-23-30 — 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMEJ-AW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring Io engage In business under the fictitious name or REG1L MOTORS, at 1.00 N.W. ith Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fk>rid "' SOSSIN MOTORS. INC. ,1 b a Regil Motors Bv: MICHAEL SOSSIN, Secy.-Treas. OERSHON S. MILLER Attorney for Applicant 40 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 4 '16-23-30 — 5/7 ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage In business und,, the gctfflou,i name of CASH REGISTER SALES SERVICE al ">L4 North Miami Avenue. Miami Florida. Intend to register said nH'nie with .he Clerk of the t'I,.-u.t Court of Dad.County, Florida. ABRAHAM SCSSMAN, V, interest LEWIS LANlW, M Interest THOMAS RYAN, fj Interest ISRAEL ABRAMS Attorney for f!asH Register Sales vice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168188 VINCENT UECKTOLD, Plaintiff. vs. TI1KHKSK MILLER UECKTOLD, I i.-f.-ndant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: THHRK.SE MILLER BECKTOLD c/o Mllller ::r_' Nassau Avenue Brooklyn, New York Tou are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been fll' ed against you and you arc hereby required to sei ve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the 17th day of May. 1S4; otherwise, the allegations contained In said Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed Dated (bis Itth day of April. 197,4. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. IR (Seal) Deputy clerk (Seal] GEORGE 1 TALIANOF'E. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 4/16-23-30 3 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RED SUNSET 5c A.l"c. at (935 Red itoad. Intends to retftater said nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. ABB KATZEN 4-/2:i-3(i — .V7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN 111.. r the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEGEL'8 PLACE, at 1747. SW 32nd \\eiiuc, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with (he Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK BEGEI. P.KRTHA BEGEL HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2.118 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 4/23-30 — 7./7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Gl'LF HOTF7L at 1315 5th 8tre*t. Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME G. LANGER 4/9-16-23-30 _^___^__ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ql'INIELA PAR, at 235 N.W. 37th Ave.. intends to register said namwith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dole County. Florida. WALTER ZEI.I.ER. Owner KESSl.ER & (JARS' Attorneys for Applicant 17X2 W. Flagler St. 4/16-23-30 — 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DOVER APTS.. at 1120-1130 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • „„_,„ LEON GOLDBF7RG CLARA GOLDBERG 4.16-23-30 — 5/7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewish itcrkHan solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 12 B >k>i^norkfiar .FRIDAY. Begin Final Phase of Mass Cleanup Drive; Units Seek to Reach Quotas Final phase of a mass cleanup drive in the Combined Jewish Appeal Business and Professional Division began last week according to an announcement by Sam" J. Heiman, division chairman. Led by Abe Kurman. chairman of the traditional "Flying Squadron," all trades units are gearing their energies for a final push to achieve the division quota. Most difficult individual assignment has been assumed by veteran campaigner Kurman for the past three years. He has volunteered personally to contact a great many prospects in the motels, food and apparel trade units, as well ;is other prospects requiring special jittention. M. J. Kopelowilz is serving at Kurman's side in an effort to comJ plete the work of the "Flying Squadron." Other trades groups expect an early cleanup of outstanding assignments according to Heiman. Enlisting the largest number of volunteer workers in any onje trade unit. Artie Kravitz. chairman of the Retail Stores Group, has established a record in worker enlistment and card coverage during the past five years. More than 50 volunteers are serving with Kravitz in ;he Retail Stores Division, accounting for a record number of gifts in the current campaign. One hundred percent card cov taurants. has urged his workers, sholem Altschiller and Nathan Namoff, to complete their UtlgD mcnts within the next ten days. Mechlow has been called by Fed eration officials "extremely valuable" as a volunteer in covering aMinments outside of his own division. In 1953, he was named "Worker of the Year" at the 15th annual meeting. Heiman is continuing to receive reports from more than 50 differ ent businesses and professions throughout Dade County which have participated in the 1954 campaign He predicted that the number of gifts would exceed those made last year and that he fully expected contributions "to match 1953 totals." Simon Pollack Speaks to Miami Hebrew Teachers Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami met Thursday eve ning at Kneseth Israel COBgrega turn, according to an announcement > Louis Gadon. association president. • Guest speaker was Simon Pollack, president of the Hebrew Teachers" Federation of America, who arrived in Miami Wednesday and was met at the airport by mem oers of the local association. Disussed at the Thursday meeting were problems relating to He brew education and the status of the Hebrew teacher here. Gadon revealed. Brandeis Women Install Officers Election and installation of officers of the Greater Miami Chapter. National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, will take place at the annual spring luncheon meeting of the group at noon Fridav in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg will be reelected president of the group. Vice presidents will be the Mesdames Joseph Duntov, Meyer Eggnatz, Harold Thurman, Max Shapiro and Nathan Strauss. Mrs. Martin Belle will serve as recording secretary, and Mrs John Temple as corresponding secretary. Treasurer will be Mrs. Sidney Schwartz; financial secretary. Mrs. Donald Rubin: assistant financial secretary. Mrs. Julien Wtinkle; auditor. Mrs Harry Platoff; and parliamentarian. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Honorary president is Mrs. Harold Turk Rabbi Irving Lehrman will conduct the installation services. The program includes Jean Bedetti, cellist, and Robert Strassburg, composer and pianist. They will play several selections written by Stras.sburg especially for Mr. Bedetti. In addition. Mr. Bedetti will play Kol Nidre. the prayer traditionally sung on the eve of the Jewish Day of Atonement. Program chairman is Mrs. Harold Turk. T.V. SERVICE No Charge For Call Nlu-lits. Suntlays. Holtri:iv I'111\-•-r MS 1 T.V. l'lione (.3-1:1X7 IM.MKIUATK TV SKKVK'K DAILY. SUNDAYS, Hol.M'ATS 10 A.M. to 11 P.M. (3 (or oall City WnJe Television Ph. 83-1298 t W SECTION Mrs. Sol S. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 30, 1954

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
28--Number 18
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[gressional Body Calls For Arms To Arabs
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Special Subcommittee of
House Makes Quiet Visit
To Egypt and Lebanon
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JL.
piiit of Israel's rebirth is caught in this photograph of a girl i.i the Mosad Aliyah Chil-
\ Village, a project of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, in Petach Tik-
This is the outlook that animates the youth of Israel as is prepares to join in the cele-
i of the sixth anniversary of the proclamation of Israel's return to 'he council of nations.
WASHINGTON (JTA) A spe-1
cial subcommittee of the House
Armed Services Committee has
quietly visited Egypt and Lebanon I
and made recommendations to Con-
gress especially concerning the
need for new equipment by the
Egyptian ground forces. The sub-
committee was under the chair-
manship of Rep. Leroy Johnson,
California Republican.
Reporting on an inspection of
the Egyptian armored and artillery
schools on the outskirts of Cairo
and the infantry school at Almoza,
the subcommittee said that while
"Egyptian ground forces must be
ranked high in morale" they "are
lacking in equipment." It noted
the need for new weapons, stating
that Egyptian forces were equip- |
ped 'with old and obsolescent ma-
teriel, mostly of British origin."
In Beirut the subcommittee was
briefed on the Israel situation by
United States military attaches and
American Embassy officials. The
subcommittee reported that it was
much impressed by the American
University of Beirut, which is a
center of anti-Israel propaganda.
Simultaneously, it was learned
here Tuesday that a U.S. military
survey mission, headed by Brig.
Gen. Harry Meyers, has returned
to Washington from the Near East
with recommendations urging the
arming of Iraq. The report and
recommendations will be treated
confidentially by the Secretaries
of Defense and State on whose be-
half the trip was made.
The survey mission secretly visit-
ed Baghdad where it consulted
with Iraqi authorities with a view
to extension of free American mili-
tary aid under the Mutual Security
program. This is the same mission
which was sent to Pakistan follow-
ing President Eisenhower's an-
nouncement that Pakistan was eli-
gible for free munitions.
The Mutual Security Act this
year provided S30.000.000 for Near
Eastern arms but only $5,000,000
was spent, mostly for Ethiopia.
This left S25.000.000 to be carried
into the new fiscal year of 1955
while an additional appropriation
of S50.000.000 has just been re-
ouested. This would make $75,000.-
000 available in arms for the area
as soon as the legislation now be-
fore Congress is enacted. Pakistan
will get a considerable portion,
but authorities here have definite
plans to use significant sums to
arm Arab League states in line
with the new policy.
New Lease
> Wants Israel to Make Concessions
To Arabs in Move for Near East Peace
fVlV (JTA) The United
fould like to force Israel
I concessions to the Arabs
' to obtain peace, Zalman
Israel minister without
I. charged here in the first
P> reaction to the policy
F of Assistant Secretary
1 for Near Eastern Affairs
v Byroade on Israel and
1 states.
I address to the Dayton. O..
Ion World Affairs April 9.
P Byroade called on Is-
r""t its actions in relation
Fran states to its peaceful
|"e also urged Israel to see
T a Middle Eastern state.
rnterfr world Jewry and
P> which Jews have special
Fa to which they owe spe-
i ">". At the same time.
'upon the Arab states to
mat the existence of 1s-
lan accomplished fact.
faL".u Mapai Part>' meet
Jtovoth. Mr. Aranne called
" =j ades statement
^asserted that-at the
June, ,srael.Americ|in
Me Slm,|ar to those which
existed bejween the Jewish com-
munity of Palestine and Britain
prior to the issuance of the White
Paper of 1938. Expressing the
opinion that Secretary Byroade
spoke as he did "upon direct or-
ders" of the State Department, the
Israeli Minister declared that Sec-
retary Byroade's words constituted
a demand on Israel not to react to
border incidents.
Mr. Arane predicted that within
two years Israel would be engaged
in a political campaign "similar to
and as difficult-' as the one which
preceded the United Nations par-
tition decision of 1947. Mr. Ar-
anne also postulated what he call-
ed "axioms" in the current situa-
tion. These he listed as follows:
The Jewish people are united
and the State Department's ef-
forts to cause a breach between
Israel and world Jewry will fail.
Israel will not surrender its con-
tacts with world Jewry- Isr**1
will not agree to become a "Jew-
ish ehetto" in ahestile_Arab_
world.
Israel will not surrender terri-
tory nor abandon its capital,
Jerusalem. Israel will not ac-
cept the return of the Arab refu-
gees. Israel will oppose vigor-
ously the arming of the Arab
states.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
in Jerusalem termed an "inven-
tion" and "absolutely unfounded"
a Moscow newspaper report al-
leging that Israel had promised
Britain military bases on its soil.
Chasanow to
Be Given New
Navy Hearing
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Navy Department agreed this week
to give Abraham Chasanow a new-
hearing to present "reasons for
reconsidering the decision" to dis-
miss him from Navy Department
employment as a security risk.
Chasanow. distribution control
officer of the Hydrographic Office
and a Navy employee for 23 years,
was dismissed on security grounds
although a Naval Security Board
had unanimously rejected the
charges against him. In asking re-
consideration. Mr. Chasanow rais-
ed the question of anti-Semitism
as a factor in the case.
The Navy action came after the
American Jewish Congress had
called on the Secretary of the Navy
to determine whether anti-Semi-
tism was involved in the case. The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith this week also asked the
Navy for information on the case.
Chasanow is a member of B'nai
B'rith.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
J. H. Smith, in making the an-
nouncement said the Navy does not
intend to say any more at this time
because of the possibility of preju-
dicing the outcome.
Stand Outlined on Fifth Amendment
BOSTON (JTA) The Amen
can people should either make up
their minds "that the Fifth Amend-
ment means what it says, that it
is a shield and it may be freely-
used without legal consequences,
or it is not. in which case it has
lost all significance." Simon H.
Rifkind of New York, former U.S.
District Court judge, declared here.
, However, he cautioned that
| "though the use of the Fifth
Amendment does not warrant an
inference of guilt, it may never
theless. warrant further inquiry."
Speaking to the annual dinner
meeting of the Boston chapter of
the American Jewish Committee
at the Hotel Somerset, Judge Rif-
kind, who is chairman of AJC's
National Administrative Commit-
tee, pointed out that "to say. as
some do. that the assertion of this j
high privilege is in itself an ad-
mission of guilt, is a startling in- J
novation."
Judge Rifkind deplored both the
"osiiicn approach" to Communism,
which insists there is no danger,
and the "hysterical approach,"
which makes people "incapable of
estimating the actual danger or
knowing what to do about it." He
urged instead "the manly approach
that soberly faces up to the fact
that there is a danger." As part
of this approach he stated that we
should recognize that a person who
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Jewish Home Dinner Planned for
Monday; By-Laws to be Considered
A gala dinner nice-tins for the
Board of Directors of the Jewish
Hum.' for the Aged and leaders
Of the Women's Auxiliary is plan-
ned for Monday, May 3. at the Al-
giers Hotel, according to Mrs. Sol
Silverman, Mrs. Baron 3e Hlrsch
Meyer and Mrs. David Phillips,
who are in charge of arrangements.
Although it will he the last reg-
ular Hoard meeting for 195354.
very Uttle time will be devoted to
business items since a program of
fun. relaxation and entertainment,
celebrating the achievements of the
the
ac-
tt.n. David Phillipt
Home and Auxiliary, will be
major order Oi the evening,
cording to the co-chairmen.
A mail vote OB a new set Of by
laws for the Home i-- now under
w,i> On the basis of return,- al
ffadft,J. MWW'*' ''''> iHf
mask that tin" ssMsyilaws will re-
ceive final approval at the dinner
! meeting by an almo-t unanimous
vote.
The committee which drafted the
b) laws i- co-chaired hy Mrs Anna
Banner Myers and Irvinfl Cypi n,
Also serving on the committee are
Daniel || Broad. Mrs Moses Kneg-
er, M Kopelowitt, Harold Thur-
man. David Trau and Dr Joseph
If. Weidberg
In accordance with the new by-
laws, the Admissions Committee,
chaired bj Judge Harold B Spaet,
will have the reaponsibilit} tor
formulating a basic statement on
he Home- admission and dis-
charge policies and procedures,
which are subject to final approval
by,.the Board oi Directors
other members of the committee
are Mr- Benjamin Appel, Daniel
M. Broad, Jack earner. Irving Cy-
pen. Mr- Moses Krieger Barnej
It Lee, Mr- Baron de Hirsch Mi j
er, Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers, A
J. Paul. Mr- Sol Silverman, Dr
i,-- Spirer, David Trau and Harold
Thurman,
1a officio members are \be Kur-
man. president, and M .1 Kopelo
w itz, chairman of Board s< rving
as professional consultants to the
committee are Dr Samuel Gerl
man, mi dical director; Arthur Kal-
ish, social worker; and Maurice
Pearlstein, executive director.
IY THE IAKEIS OF "OVIM (Hsr'Hi)
Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTOR*
14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo.
iTniii IJYilh Women
Pliin Local I-tmclioiis
i monii w ill be
M j 5 B 30 p m
ell Chapti r
ol B n -i B rith Women al the Nan
tilltt Hotel.
Officer- to be installed are the
Me-dame- Jerome Robinson, presi-
dent; Herman Mark.-, first vici
president; Norman Shandelman
second vice president; Harold Saxa
third vice president; Seymour Ro
senthal. financial secretary; Ber
nard Rosenblatt, recording lecre
tary; Herbert Comm, correspond
ing -.cretary; Carl Rolnick. treas
urer; Norman Reinhard, parliamen
tanan; Jeffrey Wershil, historian
and Harold Siegal, sentinel-guard
ian.
Mrs Gerald Soltz, past preaiden
of the chapter ami viee president oi
B'nai B'nth Women's Council oi
South Florida, will be Installing
officer.
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women Will mark the be
ginning of their 1954 menorah
games on Wednesday, May 5, 12
noon, at the Empress Hotel.
Menorah games will be held
everv Wednesday at the Empress
Hotel thereafter. Mrs. Lil Koren
but is chairman.
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women will hold its weekly
menorah games party at the Monte
Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, May 5,
1 p.m.
Mrs. Boron 4t Hirtch Mayor
CPA9* Elect Al
Wiener to Ottive
Al B Wiener has been elected
president of the Florida Institute of
Certified Public Accountants.
Other officers named by the1
group, popularly known a- the
Dade County CPA's, include Beth
M Thompson, vies president; Bar
nej Bernstein, secretary; and Wil-
liam A Her/og. treasurer..
Member! of the Board of Direc-
tors are Ralph H, Bssrdsn, Jr..
Louis Oilman. Arthur Hemmings.
Robert Parker and Allen Tomlin-
son, III
Wiener !)a- -erved the organiss
tion as treasurer, vice president
and member of the Board. He is a I
senior partner in the firm of Wien-1
er & Stern
He is al-o treasurer of Ka-tern
I S \ Bulldog Club of America,
first \ice president and chairman
of the Board of Miami Beach Ang-
lers Club, treasurer of Miami
Beach Summer Fishing Tourna-
ment, member of the Estate Plan-
ning Council of Southeast Florida
and American Institute of Accoun-1
tants.
Dade County CPA's include som*
25 percent of all of Florida's cer-
tified public accountants. Purposes
of the organization are to regulate
ethics, hear grievances and dis-
seminate information and advice
on the latest developments in ac-
counting and income and estate
taxes.
Group Meets for Dinner
Naomi Group of Hadassah met
Thursday evening at the Regal So-
cial Hall for a spaghetti dinner
Featured was a family secret"
sauce prepared by Mrs. Don Stu
art. Al Goodman presented a pro
gram of magic and hypnosis. Mrs
Arthur Hershbein was in charge of
arrangements.
woaiDS laaofsr
Breakfast Service Due
Young Peoples' League of North
Dade Jewish Center will meet on
Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for
breakfast services. Arnold Stern
will be principal speaker and dis-
cuss vocational guidance.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
DA. IN CHANCERY No 1W"'.
DORA BTERN, Plaintiff,
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Wall Dies;
Resident
es were held in Temple
for Herman Wall, 83-year-
estate investor, who died
Burial followed in Wood-
lemorial Park under direc-
liversidc Memorial Chapel,
leach.
Hall, who lived at 20 E.
llto dr., came from New
years ago and was active
Iness, civic and social af-
Lt president of Temple Is-
le was a member of the
of Westview Country Club,
Local Delegates Will j
Attend JCRS Meeting
Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary, Jewish Consumptives Relief
Society, will attend the 50th annual
convention of the organization to
be held in New York at the A.stor
Hotel, May 15.
Accompanying her will be Mrs.
Morris Goluskin, immediate past
president.
Delegates from all over the
country will gather to make plans
for furthering the benefits receiv-
ed by the patients in the JCRS
Hospital-Sanatorium in Denver.
Colo., which is free and non sectar-
ian.
The hospital has now widened
its scope to include the treatment
of cancer, bronchial ashma and
allied diseases of the chest.
JewlstifhrMtofi
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Herman Wall
li.imi Beach Exchange Club,
be Elks Lodge of Key West.
[also was secretary of the
|an Islands Association, a
of the Variety Club and
era Guild of Greater Miami.
uvors include his wife, Ber-
son. Bernard M., Miami
a daughter, Mrs. Cecile
\r. New York, and a brother,
Lipton. New York.
Ih Unveiling
! dedication of a monument to
nemory of the late Harry
formerly o f Pompano
i will take place Sunday, May
p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Cemetery, with Rabbi Max
officiating. Mr. Barth is
I by his wife. Amanda. Ar
nents are in charge of Palm
iami Monument Company
i and relatives are asked to
SobiPMki Tills
Yiewn Here
Francis A. Sobieski, candidate
for School Board, District 2. held
an organizational meeting recently
at the Polish-American club and
addressed a large group of his sup
porter1; and friends.
In explaining his desire to be
elected to the office, he said he
"hoped to bring harmony and
progress to the board."
He also stressed the need for vo-
cational rehabilitation for handi
capped children, pointed out the
needs of the faculty and students
and emphasized his familiarity with
the various problems after four
years as a Dade County teacher.
Samuel S. Cohen Dies;
Was Director of Hospital
Samuel S. Cohen, 56, a retired
optical manufacturer of 426 W. San
Marino dr., Miami Beach, died Sun-
day at his home. A local resident
for the past 12 years, he came
from New York.
Mr. Cohen was a member of the
board of directors of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital and do-
nated a building to the home in the
name of his son, the late Melvin
Cohen. He was also a member of
the Odd Fellows and a Mason.
Surviving are his wife, Rae; a
son. Norman; and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Cohen, all of Miami
Beach; a brother and two grand-
children.
Services were held Wednesday in
Beach Memorial Chapel.
Mrs. Ritter Dead;
Was Communal Leader
Mrs. Rose L. Ritter, 3011 Royal
Palm ave.. Miami Beach, a promi-
nent leader in Jewish and other
charily organizations of this com-
m u n i t y died
Sunday in a hos-
pital.
She also had
een a business
voman of dis-
inction. pioneer-
ng in Miami
Jeach hotel and
eal estate busi-
esses after mov-
ng here from
Mr,. Ritt.r J^ewood. N- >
25 years ago.
In March. 1953. she and her hus-
band, Samuel Ritter, presented a
new Sefer Torah (scroll of law)
to the Hebrew Academy, which
they helped found, as part of the
institution's sixth anniversary.
She also was a founder of the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
She was a vice president of the
Israeli chapter of Hadassah, mem-
ber of Temple Emanu-El Sister-
' hood, honorary vice president of
the Hebrew Academy Women,
i member of Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood, B'nai B'rith Women of
Miami Beach, member of National
Council of Jewish Women, Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, Deborah Sana-
torium, and the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by a sister. Mrs. Mary-
Siegfried, Miami Beach.
Funeral services were held in
the Miami Beach Elks Lodge audi-
torium Tuesday, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El, and
Rabbi Alexander Gross of the He-
brew Academy, officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery, under direction of River-
side Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach.
With Profound Sorrow
We, fat Offices, Directors, Faculty and Student Body
OF THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Mourn the Sudden Passing of
MRS. ROSE RITTER
Vice-President of the Hebrew Academy Women
end Devoted Servant of Oar Children
May Her Glorious Deads and Noble Achievements
tver he an Inspiration to us All
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowiti, President,
Hebrew Academy Women
B. I. Binder,
President
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 28 Number 18
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor___________________Ittaan_27._57M________________
Israel's Sixth Year of Independence
assured and its attitude toward democracy and
freedom clearcut in the international war of
ideas. Israel as "the sure thing" suffers the re-
sult of Arab intrigue at the hands of Western
"fair-mindedness" and "objectivity" which con-
stantly woos a quicksilver and treacherous
Moslem favor.
This is the tenor of the time on the occasion
of the sixth anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence. We prefer to dwell upon the glowing
story of the young republic's achievement, but
the sorrowful shadow cast by Israel's enemies
encroaches constantly upon our thoughts. It
should certainly unite us on one matter that
our financial and spiritual support of the Jew-
ish State must continue unstintingly.
Israel will celebrate its sixth anniversary of
independence on Thursday. May 6. This is a
strained and extremely difficult time for the
young Jewish republic.
The happy side of Israel's six years tells a
glowing story of achievement. The State has
just about doubled its population, welcoming
hundreds of thousands of newcomers, many
of whom have little more to offer a needy gov-
ernment and people than their presence in a
hospital bed.
A principal vow has thus been respected
to keep the doors of Israel open for all Jews,
no matter whether they are a productive asset
or liability, and to act as a haven not only for
the remains of the Hitler terror but also for the
idealist who has lived to see the fulfillment of
the Zionist dream and who seeks actively to
apply his energies toward the consolidation of
that fulfillment.
On the happy side, as well, is the story of
unprecedented industrial expansion within a
short period of time and the development of
commercial centers horn whose furnaces rise
an astonishing array of export products which
find their way to Euiope, the Scandinavian
countries, the Far East and even seemingly im-
penetrable Soviet Russia, where Israel's citrus
iruits are purchased in vast quantities.
But this spiritual and industrial progress does
not tell the complete tale. The disguieUng side
of the passing of Israel's sixth anniversary casts
a sorrowful shadow upon its accomplishment
:o date. While the Jewish State suffers a nor-
mal amount of internal diificulty which slows
.ts achievement and which makes it formative
experience akin to that of most every other
nation, its position is unfortunately unique in
that the major share of the danger to its ultimate
success and security lies outside.
On the eve of Israel's sixth anniversary of
independence, no neighbor nation recognizes
its political integrity, and every Arab govern-
ment is dedicated to the destruction of the Jew-
ish State. Established by United Nations proc-
lamation, Israel increasingly has become the
UN "problem child." punished for reasons of
diplomatic expediency and more and more of-
ten abandoned in the race of alliance and
counter-alliance between East and West.
The JewjshJ>t^-sj)o^tion on Communism
Th Arolsen \rt hix rs
Those Arolsen records are in the news again.
They are the archives which contain the data
on some 16.000.000 victims of Nazi persecution.
West Germany has. for a long time now quiet-
ly suggested that they be taken out of the hands
of theu joint jurisdiction shared by the Ameri-
can. British and French High Commissioners.
The U.S. State Department denies that any
decision on the matter is at hand and insists
that the International Red Cross has been ex-
amining the archives at Arolsen with a view
to presenting proposals for their future servic-
ing.
We can well understand the deep concern
voiced by the survivors of Nazi persecution
who are alarmed at the prospect of West Ger-
many's ultimate success in obtaining the ar-
chives.
Theodore Oberlaender. former supervisor of
the DP camp at Foehrenwald and a sly man
with a dark record, has been among the fore-
most Germans advocating that the Arolsen
records be handed over to the Federal Repub-
lic. Along with the others, he believes that the
white-washing process of war guilt has been
progressing all too slowly. Control of the rec-
ords, he knows, can hasten that end.
Oberlaenaer is also the delightful character
who recently told an impatient audience of
Nazi war veterans that the archives are being
used to "blackmail" West Germany and to
"suck the blood" of its economic revival.
We hope the State Department makes a con-
sidered decision on the dispensation of the
archives.
^* During The Week.. .a. s
y LEO MINDLIN
!
dW%sd%afsWs%^s%s^ss1*Vsjjs%s|s'
MOST OF THi TIMI I AM
ment of a new organization in the Miam. Ill,[.**" hm
ization is formed when people become ^ V^b,J
pose of the groups with which th-,, u. e? "* noaii'
pose of the groups with which thev havehJ?
IsuMaiMttal f....i. s... i__u. affjuj^ .
"* inim
'Pter srh,
slighted exile Omm^mmo^hiii!LVStm
Or an individual feels that he has been 2l *
is the establishment of a new club, societv nri* '**
parallel exactly those of the culprit orL^***
s iehted exile therpunnn .*_____.C. "nMniiation
The
manifest
e most base and frequently infantile attribuu 1
st themselves in this competetivn neth/rW? %
ration. Were all of the energy needed to pKS^S
r.gue. trickery and powder room charactera^ "H
these circles put to worthwhile use I somaiin. .^n**
longer suffer from any of the ma'or dread Z^ 5
certainly have arrived at the point where wa?f!rT *
Wal
But we are no more than whaPwe are. and lei.r.,
i.w part of a professional social workers vocEn
VOIV (fell I IN'Xl.l V
Tuesday, May 4, is Election Day, and Dade
County, as well as the entire State of Florida,
will go to the polls. It will be up to us to put
into office men of integrity and sound judg-
ment.
A number of key positions, from Governor
down to a seat on the County Board of Public
Instruction, need filling, and a whole host of
candidates are vying for the voters' attention.
We are, at this moment, less inclined to urge
your support in behali of any particular indi-
vidual than to stress the importance of making
sure that you go to the polls and exercise your
right as a citizen.
This right to which we refer is one granted
by the Constitution of the United States, but it
seems to us that at times we make too much
of a lsjgal privilege and too little of what must
also be regarded as a duty. The ability, by
secret ballot, to place into office candidates of
our own choosing is no more than a theoretical
matter when men of good will are disinclined
to do so.
In that sense, the right to vote becomes in-
cumbent upon each one of us the duty to vote
assures continuation of the privilege.
It is in this light that we urge you to go to
the polls on Tueeday, May 4. where you may
express your political opinion deliberately and
without fear of interference from coercion. Close
to one-half of the world aspires to this manifes-
tation of freedom, and we. especially, must
show our respect for it by exercising that free-
dom to the fullest extent possible.
is now,,, F.::,s.oiiai s<>ciai worker's vocabuUrv'
we do in our spare hours becomes a reflection of th
into which we have unfortunately fallen. "Organ., u!^
I manifestation of this activity. The docile individual f ? !Jill
; of contentment there. The so-called leader, tha. i',, ^1
with non-defined aggressions, is often shipwrecked m
cosmic battles for power. All of this. I hope7u\'jS
exaggeration. The hundreds upon hundreds of orgaiffL
Greater Miami area attest to the truth of what I have bwtj
It is a downright pity that so many of us have forgotttk.d
of spending our free time with fine literature or in the *u If those avid hordes of "communal workers" could onlv mab.V
confession, they would be forced to admit that there are far.!.
Of them to cope with the underprivileged in this world 14
like to bo misconstrued; what I have to say is no indictment
good number of fine organizations. I am merely critical of tbJ
formed out of boredom or social ambition.
ALL OF THIS IS BY WAY OF shedding some light
izatiori in Miami which fits into none of these categories it,a
worthy nor the result of an ambitious "do-gooder." It b t|
confused and dangerous. I refer to a group called the Chiktrt
tective League Association." It has become increasingly \ooj|
past few months, first waxing virtuous during the child puteM
here. At that time, the group was on fairly solid ground. 1
protective measures against persons who attempt to lead 1
unnatural practices. One could hardly have argued with id 1
Questions arose only in the discriminating person's mind Mi
careful study of the association's suggestions regarding the 1
tion of convicted molesters.
Under close scrutiny, it became clear that the group nti|
motivated by the rabble-rousing emotionalism that marks a t
lynching party as it was by its effort honestly to secure UV|
of children here and to work toward an intelligent method ill
with a prevalent social problem. Principally, it suggested thatil
able place to deal with such convicted persons "would be a|
grounds of the State Prison at Raiford. in existing buildings, 1
from the prison buildings but close to the prison farm,
guarding personnel."
This singular lack of respect for the "dynamically rective therapy" program which the association, itself, purportij
vance is indication enough of the group's confusion The
Protective League Association" really showed its colors in the 1
school case which made national headlines some ten daysasj
the organization attempted to deal with a communal problem
from the registration of migrant Puerto Rican farm laborer!
at "white" schools In the area south of Perrine. The main arfa]
involved were that the children deprive "white" students off
share of teaching attention because they generally do not a
English, that they are sources of communicable disease andi
"white" students are "degraded and handicapped by m*KJ
those of Negro blood." This last observation is from an*
bulletin entitled "Is Emotional Stability Important for Ch.kira
MOST SIGNIFICANT ABOUT THE BULLETIN il that i
upon the reader at the very beginning a liking for children m
ly suggests the need for them to grow into emotionally mm*
but this proposition is lost at the conclusion of the first r
Subsequently, in a most emotionally distressed manner, the 1
bulletin forgets its charges, in a twilight sort of status quo
quietly flays the consciences of those who ally themselves
Puerto Rican position and indulges its fancy in the most
kind of super-race propaganda.
From time to time, reminiscent of its original """'"gjl
letin exhorts Miamians to recognize that we must come
situation in Dade County without hurting our children
degrees of hysteria, the "Children's Protective U"e .^
begs for our attention and for our sympathy with tne |
every parent has a valid right to fear contamination 01
by disease."
child"1'
1 i\t .- -
I>< sources of contamination since they could hardly>
country and the State of Florida without a comprenens m
But never does it suggest that the Puerto Rican en ^j
mivc. ot c.i.i:imm:iiinn ainrp thev could hardly n J
hout a comprehensive^
noculations. In one final and vain attempt, the bun &
think how the Puerto Rican feels who comes here' Jj, in!
at all exactly how the Puerto Rican does feel nor *n< ,
filings have to do with this final and hysterical U,D ^( 4
that the island of Puerto Rico and the State of Flora ^ ^
definitions of 'white.' It it a deep and abiding con ^
<-ur people, let us recognize," the association rcniint
races should not mingle socially."
1" in
ba*.1

DON'T Bf AfHAID, .' ON YOUR SlDf
Thus. -The Children's Protective League A*-s0C''L ltj ru*!
muddlement, indicatea that it is protecting notnin^ it sen**]
bigoted and that by the proportion of its Prejua ~T The M
vance the very instability it theoretically t-onrte'",ls w the m"J
bigotry is intellectual confusion, for the bigot appeaj. fjn
ed As such, this association, with its emotional im' ^.affj
high, may join the ranks of a host of other rgn"*< purpose*!
in category because of its obvious social danger. ""
confused.


HL 30. 1954
lates from Miami to Represent
iapter at Hadassah Conference
+Je*lstnorkffan
fclepates representing
|0 members of the
hi Chapter of Hadas
Ed the fourth annual
If the Florida State
Tampa Terrace Ho-
IpeninK Saturday eve-
e function will be a
td meeting, with oth-
Keint entertained at
Hadassah members.
formal function is
take place on Sunday
Jr 2. with a keynote
[inference advisor and
president of Hadas-
Shapiro, of Cleve-
ne df the entire con-
\dventures in Jewish
local chapter presidents and Mrs
Milton Sirkin, regional vice presi
dent.
Slated for Sunday evening is a
panel discussion on the subject
"Spotlight on Democracy." Mrs
Weinstein will act as moderator
Participating are Mrs. Clarence
Berolrheimer. of Tampa, speaking
on "Democracy's Hebrew Roots "
Prof. William Carlton, of the Uni-
versity of Florida, presenting "Ten-
sions in the Middle East;" and
Mrs. Shapiro, "Democracy in Is-
rael."
Monday sessions will Include a
Membership Workshop, with Reg
ional membership awards slated
for presentation, and elections at
the closing session in the after-
noon.
Installation of officers will pre-
cede the Monday evening banquet.
I. D. L'nna. vice consul of the Is
rael Embassy, will be guest speak-
nn Klausner, of Jack-
fonal president, who
Irned from a trip to
Kate, will address a
Sunday. Subject of
Icheduled as: "Israel er.
I The fourth annual conference
of Hadassah in on Sunday morning, with repre-
Icipating will be Mrs. I sentatives of Junior Hadassah and
lens, Deborah Chap*; Young Judaea participating.
krle> Gottlieb, Menor-
lati.l Mrs Irwin Wein-
Csnient of the Greater
lei and current vice
(the Florida Region.
the Miami delegation
[Saniuel Sakrais, presi-
Greater Miami Chap-
Iheduled to take part
deliberations are the
Chapter
Oiiivvrs
^pter ol the Jewish Na-
for A-thmatic Chil-
ler, Colorado, honored
cte.l officers at an in-
|ncheon Thursday in
i Terrace Hotel.
Is Skop, installing offi-
I.i their new posts the
kmes George Bernstein,
Harold Solomon, first
Int; N Peter Morris,
president; Allan K.
| thud vice president;
er> and Irving Kelton,
i'A secretaries; Herbert
nancial secretary; Ber-
easurer; and Eugene
tor
to Perform
IIUM Concert
and last pair of the
"I the University of
|hony Orchestra series
sunder the leader-
hip of John Bit-
er is scheduled
or May !) and 10.
Eugene Dubois,
oncertmaster of
he orchestra for
he past four
tars, will be so-
ttoist.
Dubois was
Worn in Montre-
al Canada. At
the age of three
ps taken toTJelgium by
I He began to study
nth his father at the
lyears. After two years,
'hlN debut in Nantes,
entered the Brussels
B at the age of eight
|M at 13 with the first
"'her artists have the
I l graduating at such
Sp from a musical con-
- Eugene Ysaye and
son,
Jer studied with Thom-
P Ih(' age of 15, substi-
f latter hen Thomson
Punng Belgium with a
jot success.
EminK u> Florida, Du-
FWwrtmaster with the
I nilharinonic for two
1 concertmaster
ltheMP,r,('0mPan>'and
|ne Metropolitan Opera
I'*;' concertmaster at
Jg "' Miami, he is a
'he faculty of the music
P fewor the violin.
Ezra Finegold to
Head North
Shore Center
Ezra Finegold was unanimously
elected to serve as president of the
North Shore Jewish Center at a
general meeting here and attended
by some 300 members of the con-
gregation.
In addition to his active interests
in congregational affairs, Finegold
has gained a community-wide repu-
tation in local functions. He is
treasurer of the North Shore Zion-
ist District and Board member of
B'nai B'rith and of the Chicago
Club.
Last year. Finegold se'rved as
area coordinator for the State of
Israel Bond Drive. He is also presi-
dent and organizer of the Biscayne
Point Home Owners Association,
The newly elected president
dedicated to civic improvement
comes from Chicago, where he is
well known in the infants and chil-
drens wearing apparel industry.
Also named to office were Jack
Klinger. vice president; Paul Press,
secretary; Al Goldstein, financial
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right), spiritual leader of North
Shore Jewish Center, congratulates Ezra Finegold on his elec-
tion to presidency of the Center,
secretary; Jacob Mayblum. assist-1 brio, Sam Feldman. Wm. J. Har-
ant financial secretary; Judge Ted ris. Mitch Reiner, Joseph Kahn,
Nelson, treasurer. Leon Rosenblum, Al Saperstein,
Board of Directors are Morris | Abe Selecoff, Harry Tavlin, Dan
Black, Louis Cohen, Dr. Ben Fa-1 Wagner and Ben Marin.
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-5UDAY.
Miss Elenorc Cook Gi
Brother in Marriage
Miss Elenore Cook, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Cook, 935 S\V
9th St.. and Edward Silberstein,
Mil of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S.
Silberstein, 728 South Dixie High
way, Hollywood, were united in
marriage on Sunday. April 11th.
at Temple Beth Sholom in Holly-
bi Samuel S. Lerer officiated
at the- 4 p.m. ceremony, and David
Flaxler, soloist, accompanied by
the Larry Lapin Trio, offered tra
ditional nuptial music.
Robert Silber.-tein. brother of
the groom, was besl man. and ush-
ers were Edward Sharps. Monroe
Udell and Edward Lustig.
Given in marriage by her broth
er. Phil Cook, the bride chose a
slipper satin formal with bouffant
.-kirt endinR in a cathedral train
The waist of chantilly lace over
satin extended from a peplum
front to a long lace train in back
ar.d featured scalloped illusion
ntckline with hanilclipped lace de-
sign. Her double-tiered French il-
Howaid Schweifier
Howard Schweitzer
To Be BarMifzvah
Howard, sun ol Mr ;md Mrs
K' bert Schweitzer, 1331 s\\ 19 -i .
v. .11 become Bur Mitzvah on Satur
da> morning, Ma> l 9 am., at the
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
-. tion.
Howard attend- Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School, i- a member oi the
< ..mera Club and plays clarinet in
the school band. He i- also student
;-.l the Helmious School ol Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
where he advises the Junior Con-
gregation, and belongs to the Boy
& nit Troop.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
services, with Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader, officiating, and
Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering
the musical portions ol the lit-
urgy.
A reception will follow the cere
mony. Among guests of honor will
bi Howards grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Goldstein. Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Margaret Schweitzer. Mi
ami. The Goldstein will celebrate
their 41st wedding anniversarj on
that day.
ven Away by Her
to Edward Silberstein
lusion veil was held in place by
a Juliet cap of chantilly lace made
with seed pearl design
She carried a white satin bridal
1 Bible centered with white hybrid
I orchid and showered with baby
I breath.
Maid of honor. Miss Sylda Bot-
I win. wore orchid brocade with ac-
I cordion pleated net skirt and car-
i ried a cascade bouquet of golden
nugget roses. Bridesmaids, the
i Misses Mimi Vankow. Arlene Kroll
| and Arline Imber. wore ballerinas
of flame net. shell pink tulle and
flamingo taffeta, respectively, and
all carried cascade bouquets of
deep yellow glamelias and mar-
coni daisies.
Junior bridesmaid was Brenda
i Silberstein. -jster of the groom,
wearing orchid taffeta with full
net skirt She carried a scarlet
king carnation nosegay, and Les-
lie Con, Cousin of the groom, was
flower girl, attired in a gown iden-
tical to that of the junior brides-
maid She carried a pink satin
basket with rose petal-
Mr- Cook cho-e I pale blue tuft-
ed handkerchief linen with rhine-
Stone design, and Mrs Silberstein
..- in wedgewood blue taffeta
with pearl and rhinestone de-ign.
Both wore orchid corugei
Mrs Lillian Alter cho-e navy
crepe with double gardenia cor-,
saee Mrs. Phil Cook, -i-tcr in-law :
of the bride, wore a white linen .
and pink cymbidium orchid cor-1
nge Flowers were de-mncd and
executed bj the Black-tone Flower
Shops
A reception and buffet dinner '
dance at the Temple followed the I
ceremon) Among out of town i
uue-t- were Mr and Mrs. Charles |
SaKer ol Brooklyn. New York.
Ih" bHde i- a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the Universit) ol Miami. She is |
a number of Sha^t Chapter and ,
advisor to Belle Chapter of B'nai,
B'rith Young Women
The groom is a graduate of New
York schools and attended the
I'niversity of Miami. He was with
the IS Navy during World War
II. and -aw service in the Far Fast
For her going away costume, the
bride chose a Navy shantung suit
with white accessories and white
orchid corsages
I'pun completion of a honey-
moon trip b\ motor through trie
State of Florida, the neuhued-
will reside at 711 South 20th ave..
Hollywood.
Mrs. Hwri Si/benfein
Joan Adler, Vera Shapiro
On Lear Graduation Program
The Lear School graduating class
has selected Miss Joan Adler.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Max Ad-
ler. 1985 Calais dr.. Miami Beach.
as saludatorian lor its senior grad
nation exercises to be held in the
school's new auditorium. 1010 West
ave.. on May 26
Miss Vera Shapiro, daughter of
W". and Mr- Morris Shapiro. 801 j
Venetian dr. majoring in Music
and An at the school, has been ap- j
pointed by the class to deliver the
valedictory address
Miss Adler plans to continue her'
academic training at the Cniver I
sit> of Miami, while Miss Shapiro
will attend Swathmore College I
where she plans to major in Psv
etiology.
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Miss Walder Weds
Seymour Eichner
Sunday. April 11th. was the day
chosen by Miss Sandra F. Walder
for her marriage to Mr. Seymour
Eichner at the Trocadero. Miss
Walder is the daughter of Mr. J. J.
Walder. 9990 SW 55th St., and Mr.
Fichner is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lotlil Eichner, of 1020 6th st..
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Josef E. Rackovsky offi-
ciated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. Best
man was I. Archie Goodwin.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a ballerina gown of
crystaline with capsleeves. The
scoop neckline was edged in flat
pleats falling into a deep V in back
and ending in a large bow Match-
ing gauntlets completed her cos-
tume.
The shoulder-length double-tier-
ed veil of French illusion was held
in place by a cap of crystaline. She
carried a white satin covered Bible
with white hybrid orchid center
and nylon tulle shower.
For "something borrowed" she
carried an heirloom lace kerchief
Maid of honor was Miss Flora
Eichner. sister of the groom. She
blue sateen and carried a nosegay
ol yellow cymbidium orchids. Mrs.
Eichner, mother of the groom,
wore a champagne colored gown
vith white bead embroidery and
orchid corsage. Floral designs were
executed by the Blackstone Flower
Shops.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at the Trocadero
Restaurant.
The bride is a graduate of the
Highland Manor School for Girls
in New York The groom attended
the University ot Miami and is on
the stuff of the Florida Power and
Light Company
Among out-of-town- guests were
Mr. and Mrs A Albert. Mr and
Mrs M Fox. Mr and Mrs. H Wang.
Mrs H. Feingold. Mrs F Woloskv
and Mr Robert Goldfarb, all from
New York
Upon completion of a honeymoon
trip to Silver Springs, the newly-
weds will reside in Miami.
Grandmother May
Attend Franzblau
Bar Mitzvah Here
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Sam
Franiblau, 3011 NW 11th st., Mi
ami. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. May 1. 10 a.m.. at the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu
nity Center.
Robert is ar studenfvat Citrus
Grove Junior High Sefealel. where
he is a member of tl|*J>and and
also patrol leader of*Bby Scout
Troop No. 338.
He has been attending the Flag-
ler-Granada Religious School for
the past four years and successful
ly passed the Bar Mitzvah examina-
tion given by the Bureau of Jew
ish Education.
Robert will chant the Maftir and
address the congregation. Rev. Leo
Heim. religious leader, will offi-
ciate.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jaknowitz.
uncle and aunt, if New York City,
will be among out-of-town guests.
Mrs. Rose Franzblau, the Bar Mitz-
vah "s grandmother, is also expected
from New York.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at the reception follow
ing.
later* FrawiMaa
Miss Gillette)
July 11 for We
Mr. and Mrs. Julo(_
Miami Beach, annomai
gagement of their i
tricia Anne. toHarrjl
son of Mrs Julius
Louis. Mo.
Miss Gillette is i
Penn Hall Preparatory I,
Chambersberg. Pa Ski
the University o( MiaU
.he was a member ofl||
Sigma Sorority. Active i
let Guild of Greater I
became well known ill
area for her dancing ml
She recently return*!!
North, where she sufi
in the Broadway and
panic- of "Wish You W
Her fiance. Mr. Walui
ally from St. Louis. Bel
Washington University.
World War II. he becaatl
ment training instructor j
Army Air Force Mr. H
lives in Lansing. Michipi,
The couple plan on I
ried July 11. and will
home in Lansing. Mk
Mrs. Wolfson is Guest
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on Sat
urday. May 24. at 6:30 p.m., over
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APRIL 30. 1954
lsi Wedding Set
[iss Enid Davis
ml Mrs. Max Davis an-
[the engagement of their
r Enid Sandra, to Albert
off. son of Mrs. Lillian Ap-
I the late Mr. I. Apseloff,
bi : Ohio.
J)avis attended Mannheimer
[School and is a graduate
m School. She was also a
t National College of Edn-
Evanston. Illinois, and grad-
fom the University of Mi-
&, done post graduate work
."niversit) of Colorado and
staff of Biscayne Elemen-
hool at present. She is the
member of the North
j'nai B'rith Women's Chap-
lAp'-cloff graduated from
High School, Cincinnati,
[ended the University of Cin-
He is a veteran of World
[ having served in the South
He is a member of the
Hills Masonic Lodge No.
fencinnati. and is a 32nd
lin the Miami Consistory.
prden wedding has been
I for August 1.
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PAGE 7 A
The Bar Mitzvah of Howard
Joel Rosen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rosen, 1565 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach, will
take place on Saturday morn-
ing. May 1, at Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Howard is
an eighth grade student at
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School.
(. Irving Cypen Succeeds Mrs.
ion as Sisterhood President
Irving Cypen will succeed
ti'cph A Berman as presi-
Ihe Si>terhood of Temple
l-EI, it was announced after
reni election of officers and
|i Directors for the coming
f'ng with Mrs. Cypen will
re presidents Mrs. Jules
hg, Mrs, Herman Mechlo-
kr.d Mrs. Henry Waitzkin;
|er. Mrs S:imuel Wiesen; fi-
serreiaries. Mrs. Henry
(ml Mrs Charles Rosengar-
ording secretary, Mrs. Har-
ck.
secretary, Mrs. Robert
corresponding secretaries,
lax Bauer and Mrs. Lewis M.
; auditor. Mrs. Harry Rogers;
n, Mrs .Joseph A. Berman:
pry president, Mrs. Frances
and honorary vice presi-
|Mrs Irving Lehrman.
Pew members of the Sister-
oard of Directors are the
ties Arthur Applebaum, Ben
I Joseph cherner, Leo Chai-
Ck Falk, George Feuer, Wil-
tuer. Irving Firtel, Samuel
Ind, Charles Fruchtman,
Gersten, Samuel Ginsberg,
f Ginsburg. George Gold-
lian Goodman, Benjamin
|< Murry Grossman, Nat
Theodore Hankoff, Hen-
bian, Joseph Kanter.
Mesdames Erwin Karson.
Koret/ky, Joseph Lipton,
Lipton. Samuel Lurie, Ab-
Mindes, Philip Neuwhth,
Newman. Samuel Oka, Al
Al Osheroff, Joseph M.
Raymond Rubin, Frieda Sal
m Seligman, Alfred Stone,
I Straus>.. Alex Sussman,
>' Thorpe. George Talian-
off, Harold Turk, Ira C. Walsey,
Carl Weinkle. Leonard Wolfe and
Benjamin B. Wolff.
The Sisterhood will seat its new
leaders at an installation luncheon
in the Saxony Hotel on May 18.
Mrs. Murry Grossman is luncheon
chairman.
PERSONALLY
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bauer, of
8141 Crespi blvd., announce the
birth of their twin son and daugh
ter at Jackson Memorial Hospital
on Friday. Mrs. Bauer is the form-
er Frances Cohen, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 3529 Pine-
tree dr. Paternal grandmother is
Mrs. Esther Bauer, of Golden
Beach.
* *
Ensign Stanley D. Bulbin, son
of Mr. Henry Bulbin, was met in
of Mr. Henry Bulbin, was met by
his father in Key West on Monday,
when his boat docked after a nine-
month tour of duty in the Pacific.
After a five-day leave here, he will
report to Norfolk on Monday.
Ct & &
Samuel April spent the Passover
holidays with his parents. Rabbi
and Mrs. Simon April, 1380 SW 11
st.
fr ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Braverman
head of Dynamic Products and
member of the Miami Beach Plan-
ning Board, are off again on an-
other jaunt. This time they-ve
flown to Nassau.
ft ft ft
Bob Shevin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Shevin, 1844 SW 13th St..
has been accepted in Florida Blue
Key. Shevin is a senior at the Uni-
versity of Florida. He recently
won the Southern Debate Cham-
pionship and placed second in a
national debating contest at West
Point, New York.
Mrs. Inrino Cypen
Israel Program Scheduled
Fourth annual Summer-in-Israel
program for Senior Judaeans from
16 to 18 years af age will be held
this year beginning the latter part
of June, and it is expected that the
Southern Region will have six par-
ticipants, including Region presi-
dent,-Sonia Stern of Nashville,
Tennessee, according to an an-
nouncement made by the Southern
Zionist Commission, joint educa
tional youth agency of Hadassah
apd ZOA. Participants are given an
opportunity to see every corner oi
the land, from Dan to Beersheba,
living in cities and settlements,
visiting maabarot and institutions,
meeting and conversing with the
citizenry of Israelall' under the
guidance and supervision of skilled
and mature counselors.
Hadassah Slates
Reward Luncheon
Here Wednesday
Nearly 1,000 Hadassah women
have earned an invitation to the
annual reward luncheon of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah to be held at 12 noon on Wed-
nesday. May 5, in the DiLido Ho-
tel.
This is Hadassah's final big
event of the current season, and
only those members who have earn-
ed $50 or more for the various
Hadassah projects are eligible to
attend.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Ezra
Shapiro, of Cleveland, Ohio, na-
tional vice president of Hadassah.
Mrs. Shapiro is one of the out-
standing women Zionists in the
Middle West and has been a na-
tional Hadassah leader for more
than two decades.
She has attended four World Zi-
onist Congresses as a Hadassah
delegate most recently the 23rd
Congress held in Jerusalem in
1951. Mrs. Shapiro is also vice
chairman of the Women's Division
of the Cleveland Jewish Welfare
Fund and serves in the cultural
department of the Jewish Commu-
nity Federation.
She is also a member of the
Board of the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chapter
program coordinator, will present
a dramatic musical presentation,
"Song for a New Morning," under
the directorship of Margaret and
Ben Yomen and featuring the Jew-
ish Community Singers. Narrator
will be. Boris Pritcher, and soloists
will be Mrs. David Drucker and
Israel Teictch. Chairman of the
luncheon is Mrs. Max Weitz.
Luncheon Meeting Set
Weekly lun<*HPon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will
be held on Tuesday. May 4, 12:15
p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Lodge
president is Gershon S. Miller.
Routh to Speak
Frederick C. Routh. Professor of!
Human Relations at the University
of Miami, will address the Miami
Society for Ethical Culture on Sun-
day. May 2, 11 a.m.. at the Lindsey
Hopkins School. His topic is "The
Challenge of our Times." Prof.
Mark Waldman will preside.
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9-Je*istincrMtor
FRIDAY.
Seitlin Insurance Company Moves To New QuarU
"
Tin- Seitlin and Company Insurance Agency this week announced
the formal removal of its location and the opening ol it- new offices
in the new TOO Suilding at 990 SW 1st St.
Sam Seitlin. president of the firm, invited friends and client- to
visit the n.u quarters Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m when formal
dedication of the 990 Building will take place.
SeitlB, who came to Miami in 1914. -aid that the mine had been
e ne<|sssary because of the ex-
Seitlin Executives
Experts in Various
Fields of Insurance
and 14 leading fire companies
ed ai or better bj Besl
rat-
ion 6i' the agenc\ from tht
time it opened in 1945 with a staff
ne. to the present The organ-
izaf on today includes 14 persons In addition the Seitlin i
: ed in all fields of insurance. I represents leading life insurance
Now marking his 40th year of \ companies, it has been top pro
re fence in Miami, Seitlin attend- ducer for the pas) IS years lor
ed schools here and was also i Aetna, and Seitlin h.s been i
ent at the University of Miami nuallj awarded an imitation
ntered the insurance business the firm'- convention
18 years ago and -nil represents .,. (|| ^ Miami and
Aetna, the first insurance compans ., .. .,. ,,
which he became affiliated lhan db, ,u' :"?', |s ;' 8radMaU "' l,M' ** f
Ml space and include. ,, addition nner.-itv of Flor-
to its large general offices tor
Seitlin n.-urance u p;irklnj, to, for Ida Following -ix year- of duty
sents ail maior ..... ... .... .
Offices of the Scithn Insurance
\ ncy] which thll Sunday will
celebrate open Houaa at it- new
quarter- in the 990 Building, in-
clude executives who have received
special training in the various
to branches oi Insurance
Louis Seitlin. secretary-treasurer.
at that time,
Today. ih<
I pany represe
S, with Seitlin who heads the
Agency, having graduated from the
Aetna Casualty and Suretv and
customers convenience
with the Armed -ervices. he joined
Seitlin i- a number of the Opt. "* So""n IHwmm Agency after
Masons and Knights r;",l,;"'" ;'~ imn(i specialist
He has f""n ""' American Surety Bond-
im-l. Shrine.
Aetna Life Insurance Schools
18-year-old instivrtion serv "f *> "" organisations
Ice* the Greater Miami area with been active in Jewish civic and ** i n officer of flu
a complete coverage of commer- philanthropic agencies and is pres- we ">> Masonic Tasapto.
Cial and personal insurance It
ently serving as a member of the
Executive Committees oi the oreat
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
olldlng, ,n the
L and 10th ave
handle, marine insurance.
insurance audits and acts
bond specialists Among the
( panics (hi Agency represents ler and Beth David Congregation
He resl li with hi- wife, Syl> ia,
and Iwo daughters, Barbara
Harriet, at their home 1819 SW
23rd Sl Miami
DedicatioflSet
For Sunday
F:.rma.dedica,inoftlw
comer 0( 3
fr"* and rllems to*M
premise., extended bv J7
resident oi the Linol(j,
tion. owners of the new sin
. A mk.m two-stai, ,|j
hk contaming le.ooo JL*
the newly completed sW
completely air cnnditmj!
fireproof and equinpH l
wtesl elevator serv* i^J
dltlon to Insurance R, .1
1-t St., the building i,decall
the most modern manner. ^3
tenor and interior, and hy
parking facilities on the siijl
building M
Provisions have been nufcw-
in the design of the stimna
the addition of a third floor
Tenants of the 990 Bmldu.,.
elude the Aetna Life bag!
i Company. Atlantic Security fed
| gage Company. Erstling. 2jJ
Mis- Fannie Levitt is office man- ; "'an & Khrich, attorneys, ImA
ager of the firm and is active in i 'nr Calendar Dhrisioa jgfl
and the Coral Gables Jewish Cen
ter.
Traveller- Insurance Company,
H irl lord. Mi tropolitan i 'asualt)
1 ipany, New York, Manufactur-
Casualty Company, Appleton
' ox, Marine Office ol America
Mercantile National
Bcnk Gets "New Look"
he M< n h tile National Bank
dii I incoln Road, cor-
ol Washington Avenue, got a
look (his week as two giant
n plastic aluminum signs were
along the Lincoln Road and
hington Avenue sides lor the
i signs, each 82 feel long with
ia i- 30 inches high, will spoil
MeVI ii tile National Bank"
as* ) and nighl Plac
on an aluminum base, the lei
in gold plastic are illuminated
i the II.
Rebekah Lodge to Meet
- inshine R< Ix kah I odge No 9
hold :- regular meeting on
-. Mi ;. 4 H |i m in the
i urn Hall. 25 Washington a
-port will i
Herrell Asks for Election
Of Representatives Who Do
More Than "Lip Service"
1 l .HI Herrell, candidate
State l.e islature, croup :t. told
Legislators On Parade Rally" at
Pioneer's Club, I am confident
the voti i- ol Dade I aunty ,mi|
1 cl representatives who are do
- more than jusi pay inc lip sen
to impn \i metropolitan condi-
- in Dade Count) "
Herrell. currently Mayor ol Mi
an i Spunks and president q| i|.
e Countj League of Municipal-
ities, said 'Soon after we defeatei
the Consolidation Bill, I proposed
' a Board be set up to make a
study of Dado's metropolitan prob-
lems This Board has since been in-
c< iporated with one that the Citv
of Miami orgi sized
It is called the Metrnplitan Stu-
dy Board, and in conjunction with
the University of Miami, a report
i- being prepared by us dealing
with Dade County's problems.
These include transportation, sew
disposal, water supply and ex-
pressway- ''
Soon alter the defeat of the Con
lOlidatiOB Bill last year. Herrell.
at his own expense, visited certain
areas in the United States and Can-
that have been able to solve
tht ir own metropolitan problems.
" No other area has the same prob-
lems that we have," Herrell added.
"although I am impressed with the
way Toronto waa able to handle its
case after a careful survey and
much study."
"Regardless of what recommen-
dations we come.up with." Herrell
concluded, "I advocate that the peo-
ple living in the areas affected
have the right to vote for or against
any bill dealing with metropolitan
problems."
A graduate ol Western Reserve,
Harold M Gordon, has been a mem-
ber of the firm for the past -even
veai- lie i- a graduate of the Trav-
ellers Insurance Casualty
iMine School, specialising in casu-
alty insurance (,onion is a member /-..
oi the Weal Mum, Bna, BYlth, SB """" W~" -Sflgf*"""^
,. local Jewish community organiza. J2,nMir*n' (;P Muli
,. v Insurance < ompanv y, y
tion-. including Hndassah. Busi- Harris c,
ness and Professional Womeau lln A Co
Harris Construction Coiihum im
mpany, Joseph B 1*1
-frl
ITLIN & COMPANY
*)4vuutce
Taken pleasure in
announcing the
opening at its
neir oftiee*
in the new
HI IIJ>IM.
!>M) S.W. 1st SHU I I
tii.ipiiom:
!-:itt:M
Ow Clients and Friends are cordially invited
to inspect our offices Sunday, May 2nd
2 to 5 p.m.
Mm
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PRIL 30. 1954
*Jmist> n***m,i
PAGE" 9 A

990 990
MllllH
.AMI'S NEWEST...
TfMRls TlM 990 BiiMlRt
Aetae Ufa l.wro.ct Cop-pony
Atlantic Security Mrtao. Co.
Ir.Mi... iKkrmi 1 (krkb. '
Attor..,,
>- 1-- i__ ___ a* ____i-_ mi,:._
Ai4rko tf UwrfftM troop
Mortfttftt LM* Insurance Compony
f New Vrh
Harris Ceoifrucria* Company
SVOi flM A C^OSS^OWr*/
J*M*ti I. InHVey. m.t|.|l raker
BUILDING
Latest addition to "Insurance Row." A mod-
ern two-story office building of 16,000 square
feet. Completely air conditioned, heated,
fireproof, with* elevator service. Owners;
Linold Corporation, Sam Seitlin, president.
Architect, Leonard H. Glasser. Structural
engineer, Morton Fellman. General contrac-
tor, Star Construction Company.
990 S.W. 1st ST.
I***** Mayor*, C.F,A.
The services of the following firms have made possible this building.
STAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, GENERAL CONTRACTOR
1440 N.W. 21st St., Mkiwi
Robert Rubinstein
Inferior Decorator
1029 S.W. 21 $t St.. Ml.ml
A & B Plumbing Supply Co.
JtJchmoad F/itar*i
500 N.W. 5th St.. Miami
.Jack Adelman Steel Yards
Structure/ Steel
50 N.E. 25th St.. Miami
American Terrano & Tile Co.
Terraiio
1915 N.W. Miami Cart. Miomi
Anning-Johnson Company
4eostic
3750 N.W. 43rd St.. Miami
Atlantic Consolidated Millwork Co.
Millw.rfc
7331 N.W. 27th Av.., Miami
Atlantic Plastering Co.. Inc.
Flo.ferloo
5.3 I. list St.. Hlal.h
Atlantic Sign ft Outdoor Adv. Co.
Sign roieting
502 N.W. 3oth St.. Miami
Mscoyne Electric Company
floetrk.l
*0t N.W. 12th Av... Miami
Clinton Construction Company
Coacrete
1491 N.W. 20th St.. Ml.ml
Denmark's Art Stone Company
Stone leirelletloa
12351 N.W. 7th Av... North Miami
Eastern Elevator Company
tltvator
4014 Chat. Av... Ml.ml teach
Empire Plumbing Company
Plumbing
2325 S.W. 27th Ian*. Miami
Ford Venetian Blind Co.
Venetian Iliads
3435 N.W. 7th St.. Miami
Four Way Florist & Nursery
Landscaping
2313 N.W. 3*th St.. Miami
Jackson Roofing Company
ftooffaf
421* I. l'th Av... Hi alee.
Keystone Art Company
St.M F.elaf
414 M.W. 7th St.. Miami
Lieber Painting Co.
olerleo
7439 Colliat Av... Miami Mock
Harry Markowitz, Inc.
Heintorcing Stttl
370 S. Dili. Highway, Miami
Marks Bros. Paving Co.
Pavia.
Mil Watt Ava.. Miami leoch
Miami Tin Shop
Sheet Morai
545 S.W. 22nd Av... Miami
Sta-Brite Fluorescent Mfg. Co.
Electrical Fhtmr%
325 N.W. 22nd Lane, Miami
Standard Chemical Company
Janitor Seppliei
52 N.W. 14th St.. Miami
Stuart Cooling Corp. of Fla.
ynir-Conditioning
2511 N.W. 2nd Av... Miami
Tropicalites Company
Neon Sign
120 N.W. 54th St.. Miawi
Universal Flooring Company
Floors
3051 N.W. 27th Av...- Miami


PAGE 10 A
* i^UfJkrM^iL
Miami, Beach Sections
Of Council to Name Officers
Miami and Miami Beach -Divi-
sions, Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
have scheduled similar programs
tor their May 5 meetings. At this
time, both groups will vote on the
slate of officers proposed for the
1954-1955 club \ear
The Miami Division will meet
at Koubek Hall. 2705 S\V 3rd st..
I 1:30. The program will feature
a book review by Kdward Clarke
on "The Legendary Mizners."
Officers nominated for this
group are the Mcsdames Leon Kap
Ian. president; Julius Spector. Her
bert Sher and Sidney Lewis, vice
presidents; Theodore Sandier, re-
cording secretary; Albert Green,
corresponding secretary. Irvinu
Ratner. financial secretary; John
Temple, treasurer; and Elry Stone.
; uditor.
The Miami Beach Division, meet
ing .it the Atlantis Hotel at 1:30.
will hoar Mrs Joseph R. Narot re
.! Robert Anderson's current
Broadway hit. "Tea and Sympathj
Officers \<< be voted on for thi-
division .in' the Mesdames Jean C
Lehman, president; Howard Grove,
Samuel Berlin and Saul Herman,
vice presidents. Morris Burk. re-
cording secretary; Joseph Gleicher.
corresponding secretary; Harold
Vinson. tinancial secretary; <"arl
l.undy. treasurer: and Kdna Heller,
auditor.
Edelstein Double
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memories ot the late Ida
Kdelstein and her son. Harvey.
formerly of 1708 NW 36th st.. will
take place Sunday May 2nd 2 n m
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
1 Max Shapiro officiatinc Mrs Kd
elstein is survived by her husband,
Albert: a son. Jack: her mother
and three brothers: four sisters and
'one grandchild. Harvey is surviv
ed by his father. Albeit and bis
brother. Jack. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami V n
umont Company. Frlenda and ral
atives are asked ti attend
Johns Caps Final Week
Of Campaign in Miami Area
With Bandshell Rally
Adding the tinal clincher to his
program to aid Dade County and
South Florida. Governor Charley
Johns this week declared himself
in favor of a state long Florida
llirnpike Johns said:
I consider a full length Florida
toll turnpike desirable. I shall sup-
port any legislation providing for
such a road."
Johns1 declaration in favor of
the toll turnpike is one more proof
of the Governor's interest in this
Levy Unveiling
The dedication ol a monument
in tin' memory ot the late Morris
lew. formerly of 883 West 47!h
st. vuii lake place Sunday, Mai
2nd. l p.m. at Mt Nebo Cemetery,
with Kabbi Mayer Abramowiti of-
ficiating Mr low is survived by
in- wife, Sarah B. Arrangements
are m charge ot Thurmond Monu
ment Compan) Friends ami rela-
lives are asked to attend
Davis Double Unveiling
The dedication of a monumenl
to the memories of Helen and Mor-
ris Davis, formerly ol 1344 s\v 17
ter.. will take place Sunday. Ma)
2nd. 12 noon, a! mi who Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Morris Skop ol
ficiating. Helen and Morris Davis
are survived by two sons. Irvine
of Miami, and Abe of New York;
and two daughters. Mrs Gertrude
Kotkin. of Miami, and Mrs I'auline
Levy, Miami Beach. They also
leave nine grandchildren Ar-
rangements are in charge of Thur-
mond Monument Company Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Mizell Unveiling
Mallory H. Horton (left), can-
didate for Circuit Judge in
Group 5. gets a good-luck
handshake from his cam-
pa i g n treasurer, attorney
Michael Isenberg, as the
drive goes into its linal week.
Horton attended local ele-
mentary and high schools
and was graduated from the
University of Miami Law
School in 1936. He was as-
sistant state attorney general
:n Miami from 1949 until
1952. and a special agent foi
the FBI and supervisor of its
Criminal Division in Wash-
ington.
The dedication of a memorial to
! the memory of the late Harry Mi-
' tell, formerly ol Perrine, will be
, held on Sunday. May 2. 2 p.m., at
i Star of David Memorial Park, with
, Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
Mr. Mizell is survived by his son.
Hyman. of Perrine: two daughters.
| Lillian Landis, Perrine. and Ruth
Rothchild. New York; and eight
grandchildren. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
; Decky Unveiling
i The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Decky. formerly of 1535 Meridian
; ave will take place Sunday. May
2nd, 2 p.m.. on the Workmen's
Circle Plot of Mt Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating Mr Decky
is survived by his wife. Betty; a
son. Harry; and two daughters.
Mrs. Elsie Trop and Mrs. Gertie
Stollerman Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
LeROY
COLLINS
Voted to Adopt the Unmasking Law
Charley Johns was one of Six
Senators who voted against
the Unmasking Law
I Poll t leal Advi. i>iiil by i'Hiiii>aiKii Kuitil f,,i L*R John I: KIiik, Ti,m
area, supporters here this week ob
served.
Johns repeatedly has stressed his
advocacy of a number of measures
to aid Dade County residents and
visitors, they added. Heading the
list of his proposals are:
An administrative measure to re
peal the present personal property
tax on household furniture.
Administrative legislation to
make homestead exemptions auto
matically renewable annually.
The purchase or construction of
a State of Florida building in Mi
ami to house the 57 State agencies
and offices now scattered over a
wide area.
i- High WHriTl
outmoded dr^N
"''ami Rive, ^j
In addition G rcady has tigftk
new Greets 2*
b.v the previous Z.?l
!W,re,ha,"n,Sj
'"" m a *aUS
1 he candidate Hid"
FOR A SHORT TIME OlSLY!
COWERS ANNUAL
1100 PAIRS
LADIES9 FINE SHOES
Poocock
p
VAI.IKS
TO JOl.M
Corme
Cowan's da La*
PRICE
Pumps Straps Tic*
Whif ljue flack
MuJti frown
lids Calf Sued* Main
120 PAIRS
/I CK EH M\\
& FOX
93
Voi-ei
to $24.95
18
373 PAIRS
I lorsh^iiii
SHOES
VALUES TO $19.95
REDUCED TO
$
12
ttO
307 PAIRS
PLAY
SHOES
VALUES TO $10.95
REDUCED TO
$ /I !>
4
300 PAIRS
Rod Cross
SHOES
VALUES TO $11"
REDUCED TO
No lk>fund. No Exehaages, All S*l<*
155 E. Haqkr St
duPont M'
M*


[y, APRIL 30, 1954
iti> nil hi ml Outlines Stand on
!/i Amendment; A*hn ilariHeatton
r___1 A rial vimiini t l IJ *l_
J***shtkridUan
PAGE 11 A
Ltinued from PB* 1 A
[the Fifth Amendment "may
,,, those with whom he is
onfidenttol relationship, to
, why he la using the shield."
noted thai where there is a
ship between a person and
fitutlofi a social'service
I college,' university, or hos-
Lhjctl asks'for public fin;m-
Voices Concern
penile Delinquency
Engel, candidate for the
Icountv Board of Public In-
| from District 2, is a prac-
. attorney, 31 years old and
til with one child.
I is a graduate of the Uni-
nf Miami Business School
aw School and served"in the
Jrmy for four years. Vice
lent of Grapeland Heights
Association, he is a member
Junior Chamber of Com-
and the Knights of Pythias.
Italian Speaks
IIc.mIi l.roup
fge llnllahan, South Miami's
Jjpal Judge and former As-
|t State's Attorney, now a
date for the Legislature in
3, told a meeting of Miami
followers early this week:
are ignoring one of the
Oriental policies of demo-
rnment by our failure
lintain the proper system of
ks and Balances in Tallshas-
he executive branch of your
Government, comprising the
Kin boards, agencies and
Bis under the Governor and
and Little' Cabinet spend
hone; each fiscal year and
(audit the expenditures."
>in Optimistic
Victory Here
jrvc> I. Klein, candidate for
legislature in Group -2, this
, ..id that "Based on informa-
(nhrch has come to me from
u- sections of the county, I
Ithat victory is assured if all
Jiiri fur me and the things for
11 stand continue their efforts
behalf up until the last vote
fcuruVtl."
ghlifihts in the Klein platform
de increased representation
^adc county in the legislature,
distribution of tax money for
County, full length Florida
pike, revision of the state con-
tort, denying the Florida Milk
nission of its present power
the price of milk and more
Ibetter roads for Dade County.
irgasbord Due
pal Cables Jewish Center Sis-
will hold a smorgasbord
neon on Wednesday, May 5, at
pm. Co-chairmen for the af-
lare Mrs. Jerry Weiss and Mrs.
LFink.
edman to Install
ilton A. Friedman, past state
pent of the Florida Federa-
of B'nai B'rith Lodges and
l*nt national youth commission-
ed! be guest speaker and in-
Ting ofiicer on Sunday, May 2,
Pe annual banquet of 4he Ft.
perdale Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
cial support "and if the public
has reached the point where it will
regard with grave suspicion anv
person who pleads the Fifth!
Amendment, then the one who
pleads it must be aware of the
fact that he is subjecting his in-
stitution to very grave injury."
. ;'.'We. may well be wid.tr the obli-
83tion, ,to.Rev,er. lib relations with
that institution," Judge Rifkind
added. "Therefore, while he may
want to enjoy his Constitutional
rights and privileges, he has not
the freedom to impose the burden
upon the institution which engages
him."
Noel Seeks to
Retain Seat
James M. Noel, candidate for re-
election to the Dade County School
Board, Group 1, this week empha-
sized that "through help of our
local delegation, I hope to obtain a
new state school code, eliminating
trustees, making the superinten-
dent appointive and acquiring a
non-salaried board of nine mem
bers."
Born in Plaquemine, La., in 1906.
the candidate graduated from
Texas A & M in 1929. as well as
from the University of Miami Law
School. A lieutenant commander in
the U. S. Navy, he served in the
Atlantic area during World War
II.
Carter Points to His
Role in Holding
Down Utility Rates
TALLAHASSEE"1 am proud to
have had a part in holding down
the increase in the cost of utilities
to less than one third the increase
in the cost of all other necessities."
said Jerry W. Carter as he entered
the final week of his statewide
campaign for reelection to the
Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
ties Commission.
"I have refused to vote for rate
increases unless absolutely neces-
sary to keep the transportation,
telephone and utility companies in
a sound position to borrow capital
for expansion to keep pace with
our rapidly growing state."
Kendrick Seeks Dade
Purchasing Post
Jay P. Kendrick. son of Miami
pioneers and a native Miamian. is
making his initial bid in politics
for the office chasing Agent.
Kendrick. a graduate of Miami
High School and th.> University of
-Miami, was active in athletics!
there, making. All City, All State','
and Ail Southern High School toot!
ball player.
During World War II. Kendrick j
was a sergeant in the Supply Corps,
and received four Pacific campaign
ribbons while attached to the 24th
Infantry Division.
While stationed at Manila, he is
reported to have apprehended and
brought to justice a Filipino gang
attempting to defraud the United
States and the Filipino govern-
ments.
Kendrick was in charge of pro-
curement and maintenance of all
supplies and equipment for Army
personnel assigned to his division.
The candidate pledges no favor-
itism when elected Purchasing
Agent. "There will be no closed
shop in my office, and the books
and records will be open and avail-
able to all the citizens of this
county," he said. "Everyone will
be able to submit bids, and con-
tracts will be awarded in accord-
ance therewith. Those persons in
our county who have been denied
this right will once again be con-
sidered."
Kendrick is married, has one son
and makes his home in South Mi-
ami. He is a member of the Ma-
sons. American Legion. Junior
Chamber of Commerce. Descend-
ants of Miami Pioneers, Bay Glades
Civic Association and the Disabled
American Veterans.
In order to run for office, Ken-
drick resigned his position as Chief
Zoning Inspector of Dade County.,
Mrs. Lake Urges
Reactivating Committee
Mrs. John Red Lake, candidate
for Democratic State Committee-
woman of Dade County, is long ac-
tive as a member of the Young
Democrats of Dade County and a
member of the Democratic Execu
live Committee of Dade County for
the past four years, according to
an announcement here. She has
lived in this county for 32 years.
a bean
Pelle Again Raps
Appointments
Michael A. Pelle, candidate for
Circuit Court Judge in Group 1,
stated last week at the Uleta Civic
League meeting in North Miami
Beach, "The people in Dade Coun-
ty elect and pay judges to hear
their cases. Whey then should a
judge appoint a lawyer, whom one
of the parties must pay, to hear
their cases? When a special mas-
ter is appointed, the calibre of
justice is inferior." ^^^^_
^P
ir is just a
^ bean
until it's immi91
bakedJilf
vVVz ^
\then it's a;
/\y mechaya
And that's what Heinz
Vegetarian Baked Beans
ore... Baked! Oven-baked!
They're delightful!
WNZ
*m

Earn:
MAN?
.!* 'Omato slUCi-
^PRODUCTS
guNE
^^ BUTTER
MARGARINE
WESLEY E. GARRISON *
Is a successful businessman. He achieved success in his
business because of unswerving faith in the Christian prin-
ciple of "Do unto others as ye would be done by." He has
applied the same principle to all of his activities on behalf
of the Republican Party.
Recognizing this, fellow Republicans have come to regard
Garrison as an understanding, courageous leader. They
know he has never used political office for power, profit or
prestige.
Garrison abhors "bosses" whether they be Democrats
or Republicans. He has consistently fought ior the right oi
individual Republicans to control the destiny of their party.
REPUBLICAN STATE C0MMITTEEMAN
VOTE MAY 4
(1M. radical AdVj
LBGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIfE IS IIKREBY GIVEN Ihut
the undersigned, desiring to nwge In
business under Ihe fictitious name or
SHU" HAH AM> l'OOl, Hchi.M. at
2272-74 tkW. X2il A.vr Miami. Fla..
intends to resistor s:iiil name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, H'mi Ula.
VERNON I'.Hl'TAKKi:
laoU owaart
H KN.lt Y M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
K18 W. Flaglci St.
Miami. Fla.
4/0 *. ?-*4-21-
LEGAL NOTICE
^__________
F^t day a-coming on election day. judging from the happy
F"'es on the faces of Senator Leroy Collins (right), candidate
governor of Florida, and his Miami Beach campaign man-
f Irving Cypm. Sharing their joy are Mrs. Collins and
The teal of
THE UNION bf
ORTHODOX JEWISH
CONGREGATIONS
OF AMERICA.
HEINZ
KOSHER
BAKED BEANS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTtCK is HEREBY GIVEN thai ;
the undei-i-i"-il. desiring to engage In
business under tlie fictitious name of
VENT-MASTER, v. niMu--icr. AWN-
NO-MASTER, Awning Matter", YVIN-
IHiW-MASTKi: Window-Master, at
3771 N.W. "1st Street. Hialeah. Floi -
ida. Intends to register said name
with the ClerkSif the Circuit of DaiW
County. Florida
Window.Master Corp.. a Florida
corporation, 6wner
AMOS- BENJAMIN
Attorney lor owner
4'30 6 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
tiie undersigned, deelrlnig to angjage '"
business under the fictitious name of
Hi.KACM WHITE CO. mot Incorpor-
ated), at 2327 N.E. Second Avenue,
Miami. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID WKISS
CIS BALABANOS (Owners)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
!51S W
4/30 3/7-14-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.HKHY GIVEN that
the undcrsiuned. desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
MF.RCCKY SERVICE STATIONS, at
;a! Bimmyne Boulevard, and 7 N'.K.
13th Street, Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count?.
Florida.
liARWOltD O. \Vlt;:iN. I'rop.
Kl'KT WKLDIBCH
Aitorn.> for Applicant
1114-17 Congress lsuiidlng
1/30 .3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND'FOR TJATJE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 167128.
IIVMAN it. STEINBERG and
KT1IKI, STEINBERG, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vat
MARY B, BACKETT and
EDNA MELLOW LATHAM.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tii EDNA MELLON LATHAM.
11, fondant;
760 Harbor Drive,
i i iyne w.>. Bade County,
Florida.
YOU AI: I-: HEREBY REQl'HtED I -
serve a copy of your Answer,to the
hill of complaint to foreclose inert gage
filed herein on plaintiffs' attorney,
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK, 412 Con-
gress Building. Miami. Floriihi, and
to file the original In the office of the
Clerk of the above Court on or I"-;
the 18th day of May, 1934, or a default
will I" entered agaiimt you.
DATED: this 22nd day of April,
1*34.
E B. LEATHF.HMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By M. C. iiKEEN.
Deputy Clerk.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1954
SEC. B
roade Talk Tells Israel to
Identify Destiny With East
kN (jta) In what must
Bered a major policy dec-
bv the United States Gov-
,.. ihe Palestine question
which is bound to arouse
iroversy, Henry Byroade,
Secretary of State for
East Affairs, told the Day-
fid Affairs Council last
that Israel inferentially
jia'or burden of blame for
{.Israel tension. Secretary
. speech was made avail-
kVa-hington before its de-
e with the comment that
|n important policy docu-
iry By made declared: "To
lis I say that you should
(truly look upon yourselves
Bdlc Eastern state and
own future in that con-
ker than as a headquarters
\ms so to speak of world-
pupings of peoples of par-
eligious faith who must
tcial rights within and ob-
t the Israeli State."
ther advised Israel that
ould drop the attitude of
jueror and the conviction
ce and a policy of rctali-
(llings is the only policy
ur neighbors will under-
fou should make your deeds
uid to your frequent utter-
[ the desire for peace."
ng to the Arabs. Secretary
said that they should ac-
ael "as an accomplished
charged the Arabs with
I) attempting to main-
nation Plans
lual Meeting
|venini! of May 20 has been
ho date for the 16th an-
eting of the Greater Miami
Federation, it has been an-
hy Carl Weinkle, Federa-
fcsident.
raditional event will be held
[Di Lido Hotel and is ex-
lo attract some 500 persons.
] Fannie Selig, seretary of
lion, has been named chair-
farrangements for the affair.
prs for the coming year will
fled at the meeting, and
por! (in the achievement of
Combined Jewish Appeal
presented by campaign
In Aaron M. Kanner.
tain a state of affairs delicately
suspended between war and peace,
while at present desiring neither."
He characterized this as "a most
dangerous policy and one which
world opinion will increasingly
condemn if you continue to resist
any move to obtain at least less
dangerous modus vivendi with your
neighbor."
Secretary Byroade stressed that
America should not be pro Israel
nor pro-Arab, saying if we are to
be accused of being pro anything,
"let us make it amply clear that
that prefix can apply to only one
thing and that is that our policy
is first and foremost pro-Ameri-
can." He declared it only natural
that in the present situation some
groups should attempt to exert
pressure on the government. He
said, "we must weigh these spe-
cial interests carefully, but we
must also shape our policy and so
conduct our daily acts as to repre-
sent the majority of our people
where vital issues affecting our
own security are concerned. I am
certain no American would quarrel
with this concept."
A large part of the Byroade dec-
laration purported to set forth typ-
ical Arab views. He told the Day-
ton Council that, although Israel
talks peace, the Arabs see it as
bent only on aggression and that
the Kibya and Nahalin incidents
were deliberately planned by the
Israel Government. He further cit-
ed Arab opinion as being that if
Israel wants peace it must prove
it by abiding by United Nations
resolutions on boundaries and the
repatriation of refugees. Transfer
of the Israel capital to Jerusalem
only indicates to the Arabs Israel's
disrespect for authority and for the
UN and its intent to seize addi-
tional territory, he added.
The Arabs fear, said Secretary'
Byroade, that further Jewish immi-
gration into Israel will inevitably
result in territorial expansion by
Israel. The Arab refugees, he
said, are viewed as "end products
of Israeli terrorism driven from
their homes by cold-blooded mas-
sacres such as that at Deir Yassin
where over 200 people died at the
hands of the Irgun." The Arabs
believe the refugees should be al-
lowed to return home if they de-
side and Israel shoud pay the vast
sums it owes for confiscated prop-
erty, he continued.
In summarizing for his audience
the Israeli point of view, Secretary
Byroade avoided any reference to
the Scorpion Pass massacre, Israel
complaints of continued Arab
raids, the anti-Israel blockade at
the Suez Canal, the unlawful de-
tention of Israeli air passengers
forced down at Bagdad, violent Ar-
ab incitements like the recent ut-
terances of King Saud and similar
developments frequently cited by
those who authoritatively cite the
Israel position. He did say the Is-
raelis charge the Arab states with
obstructing the Arab refugee set-
tlement in order to use their plight
to appeal to world sympathies.
He quoted the Israeli position
as being that the Arab's obstruc-
tionist attitude cannot be permit-
ted to stop irrigation plans, that
the surrender of Jerusalem is out
of the question and that the world
religious community's legitimate
interest is in the Holy Places which
are largely concentrated in areas
held by Jordan. He noted that Is-
rael had repeatedly urged the Ar-
abs to sit down at the conference
table to conclude peace, but the
Arabs persistently refused.
Secretary Byroade asserted that
dangers arising from Israel-Arab
strife seem to "increase rather than
diminish," and characterized the
Israel-Arab clash as the "most fun-
damental of all" disputes in the
Near Eastern area and one which
seemed "least capable of an early
and satisfactory solution."
He mentioned President Eisen-
hower's concern over the strategic
importance of the Near East to the
United States and declared that a
main objective of American policy
in the Middle East is "encourage-
ment of regional defense measures
against aggression from outside the
area." He stressed the importance
of oil and of strengthening the
region against Communism. He
called for emphasis on American
interests.
Secretary Byroade, in a pointed
reference to American Zionists,
said Middle East problems must be
carefully weighed because of Amer-
ican leadership and "those who
I feel and speak with emotion on
. some of these problems must bear
i this in mind even if they are not
in positions of responsibility with-
i in the government."
(The Israel press this weekend
commented extensively on the By-
roade speech, welcoming his call-
ing on the Arabs to accept the ex-
istence of Israel as an accomplish-
ed fact and to end their policy of
refusing to make peace with Is-
rael. However, most newspapers
criticized his suggestion to Israel to
give up the idea that it was the
center of world Jewry. The news-
papers rejected the idea of giving
up ties with the Jews abroad,
while the labor newspaper Davar
noted that the Soviet Government
had prevented the establishment
of ties between Israel and Russian
Jewry and pointedly queried
whether such a policy finds favor-
able support In the U.S.)
Charles Aaron (far right), newly elected president of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, read from 200-year-old scroll in
the Jerusalem home of Israel President Yitzhak- Ben-Zvi. Aaron
went to Israel as a member of a delegation from the 1954 cam-
paign of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Chicago. Left to
right are Ben-Zvi; A. N. Pritzker, Chicago, chairman of the
delegation; William H. Stoneman, foreign correspondent, Chi-
cago Daily News; I. S. Berlin, Chicago, a member of the dele-
gation; and Aaron.
United Synagogue of America Slates
Annual Conference in Atlanta May 7-9
$100,000 of Development Issue Israel
Bonds Sold in Greater Miami Area
fnder F. Miller, for the
I ten years head of the
fwn Office of the Anti-
nation League of B'nai
has been promoted to
""My relations director,
been announced by
P" R. Epstein, the
Im?i nalional director.
Idler's new post in-
" supervision of the
ues field services and
Regional offices through-
86 country.
More than $100,000 in the new
Development Issue of State of 4s-
rael Bonds have already been sold
in the Greater Miami area, chair-
ban Jacob Sher announced this
week.
He made this report at a commit-
tee meeting in the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel, called for the purpose
of setting up a "kickoff dinner" to
launch the new issue in Miami
some tkne next month.
The date was tentatively fixed
for Tuesday, May 25. and the lo-
cale of the dinner will be an-
nounced as soon as decided.
Sher urged the community at
large to do everything possible for
the success of the function
"American Jewry across the na-
tion are looking to Miami to set the
pace." he declared. 'This will be
the first event identified with the
new Development Issue."
The chairman reported that all
those who purchase $1,000 or more
in the new Development Issue will
be invited to attend the event as
"Guardians of Israel." It is hoped
that at least 250 will attend.
A target of $75,000,000 has been
set for 1954 by Bonds for. Israel.
Miami has accepted a one percent
quota, or $750,000 for this year.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tern
pie Emanu El, and Sher both ap-
peared on a special service tele-
cast over WTVJ earlier this week
to explain the significance of the
new issue. Rabbi Lehrman review-
ed developments in the new State
since its inception six years ago.
Reservations to the dinner may
be made by contacting the Israel
Bond office at its new headquarters
in the Congress Building.
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue will hold its annual con-
ference Friday, May 7, through
Sunday, May 9, in Atlanta, Georgia,
it was announced this week by Mrs.
Albert Tenenbaum, of Savannah,
president of the Region.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica is the overall organization of
conservative congregations in the
United States and Canada. It totals
now 473 congregations from coast
to coast.
Congregation Ahavath Achim in
Atlanta will play host to the con-
ference, which will open with a
special Sabbath service at which
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Miami
Beach, will deliver the guest ser-
mon. At the Saturday morning
Service, Rabbi Isidore Barnett, of
Savannah, will preach.
A special Torah session will be
held Saturday afternoon, with Rab-
bi Charles Rubel, of Macon, Ga.,
Rabbi Julius Fisher, of Beaufort,
S.C.. and Rabbi Sanders A. Tofield,
of Jacksonville, participating. The
program for Saturday afternoon
also includes group discussions on
adult Jewish education and on the
problems of teen age youth.
Rabbi Kassel E. Abedson, of Col-
umbus, Ga., will speak on adult
Jewish education with Sol Singer,
of Columbus serving as chairman.
Dr. Morton Siegel, director of
Youth Activities of the United
Synagogue, will give a presentation
on the problems of the Jewisn
erf Sher
Rabbi Irving lehrman
adolescent. Dave Alterman will
chair the Session.
The Conference Banquet on Sat-
urday night will feature greetings
by Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of the
host congregation, and the Presi-
dential Report by Albert Tenen-
baum, of Savannah, president of
the Southeast Region. The princi-
pal address will be given by Dr.
Emil Lehman, assistant executive
director of the United Synagogue
of America.
Joseph Zaglin and Dr. Nathan
Blass will serve as co-chairmen at
the banquet, which will be follow-
ed by committee meetings on
youth activities and regional or-
ganization. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz
and Bert Sher, of Miami Beach,
Philip Selber, of Jacksonville, and
Dr. Morton Siegel will take a lead-
ing part in the deliberations of
these committees.
A Social Program at the Progres-
sive Club in Atlanta will wind up
proceedings.
The program for Sunday will
open with a breakfast meeting on
"Spotlight on Our Resources," to
be addressed by Harry Rosen, na-
tional director, of the Joint Cam-
paign of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, the United
Synagogue of America and the Rab-
binical Assembly of America. The
balance of the morning will be
taken up by seminars on "Prob-
lems of the Religious School." "Fi-
nancing Your Congregation." and
"Programming for Your Congrega-
tion."
An assembly session presided
over by Jack Pressman, of Char-
lotte, S.C.. will provide orientation
Continued on Page 3 B


PAGE 2B
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Mrs. Leopold Schwartz Named Temple
Israel Sisterhood President Third Term
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz will take
1he office of president of the Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood for a third
successive term at an annual in-
stallation luncheon in the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel on Monday, May 3.
12:30 p.m.
Other officers are the Mesdames
Miriam Kohley, Harry Simons and
Sidney Weintraub, vice presidents;
Norman Rossman. recording secre-
tary; G. Louis Mendelson. financial
secretary; Max Holtsberg. treas-
urer; Henry Hirsch, corresponding
secretary; and Louis Gillman,
auditor.
Board members include the Mes-
dames Lawrence Adler. Paul Bar-
nett. Leonard Beldner. Abraham
Booxbaum. Joseph Bulbin. RHard
Conn, Jerome Dreyfus. Harold
Friedman, Stuart Gordon, Albert
Green, Louis Hirschfield. Albert
Jacobs, Jack Krau.se, Aaron Kan-
ner.
The Mesdames Lawrence Leven-
BOn, Herman Lefkovitz, Lee Myer*.
L K. Nabe. Harry Nevins, Freda
Newman. Frank Perlman. Douglas
Raff, Joseph Ruffner. Alvin Sand-
ier, Maurice Serotta, William Sing-
. r. Harold Thurman. Jules Werner.
Adolph Wertheimcr and Louis
Zeientz.
Luncheon chairman Is Mrs
Abraham Booxbaum Master oi
ceremonie> will be Mrs Harold
Thurman. Rabbi Joseph Narot,
Temple Israel spiritual leader, is
scheduled to act as installing "fli
cer. Entertainment will include
Mrs Maximillian Morgan, drama-
tic soprano.
Mrs, Morgan has given Town
Hall recitals and has concertized
throughout the United States and
Canada, She won a voice scholar
-hip to the Julliard School ol Music
and ha- taught and -urn: in Europe,
Mrs Rita Greenwood is decora
lions chairman and Mr- Sue Nev-
ins, ticket chairman.
Aronovitz Calls for
Support of Vocelle
Abe Aronovitz, Mayor of Miami,
addressed a political gathering this
WMk at 4600 NE 1st ave., in be-1
half of Congressional Candidate
Charles L. Vocelle.
Aronovitz previously endorsed
Vocelle publicly and appeared with
the candidate on television.
Aronovitz said. "I am proud to
cast my vote for Charles Vocelle
for Congress, because I believe that
he Stands for the same type of pub-
lic service that I do."
Aronovitz drew applause when
he stated. "We need a new ap-1
proach in our representation, and
I believe most firmly that Charles
Vocelle is the man to supply us
with a freah outlook in political
thinking."
Mrt. leepe/d Schwerfi
Physician to Discuss
Eye in Middle Age
Dr Harry H Queen, president,
this weeK announced that Ben-
Gurion Branch of Farband will
meet on Wednesday evening. May
5. 8:15 p.m.. at Beth El Congrega-
tion.
Guest speaker will be Dr Mor-
ris Jaffe, former director of surg-
i r> and diseases oi the eye at the
Bronx Hospital, New York City,
and at the Bronx Eye and Ear In
tirmary. Dr Jaffe is also a fellow
of the American College of Surg-
ery.
Subject of his talk will be "Con
dition of the Eye in Middle Age."
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Her 22 years of experience as j
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reconciliation department" in the
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l.v /(tint Brenner Meyer* during
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criminal cases, together with my
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Mr- Meyers reiterated her inten-
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Homes will be kept together,
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Mrs Meyers also pledged her-
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With the Circuit Court hand-
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she said.
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courageously and in accordance
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PAGE 3 B
wood Film Will be Previewed at
bined Jewish Appeal Rally May 6th
Bollywood produced film en-
fThc Big Moment," will be
Ld at a Combined Jewish
report rally on Thursday
May 6, at the Biscayne
Hotel, it has been an-
by Aaron Kanner, cam-
liairman.
ommunity-wide meeting has
Red for the purpose of hear-
lort- from all parts of Dade
Ion cleanup activities in the
phase of the 1954 drive.
jim Mobilization chairman
Shochet has announced
film will feature a cast of
fed by Academy Award win-
hna Reed and top Holly-
crformers. including Robert
Thomas Mitchell, John
rlduard Franz and Forrest
movie was produced with
kprratinn of Paramount pic-
|od will receive its first na-
-howins^ver the NBC
\\ in New York City on Sun-
lav 2 It was directed by
Juran and written by Don
Ikiewicc
W al advance showings as
the most exceptional films
Induced for a philanthropic
('Hi' Biu Moment" tells the
pi people who don't always
|he headlines or the history I The 29'ers of Greater Miami arc
" four in different parts of I currently seeking discarded bi-
whose prospects are | cycles now serving no purpose and
According to latest reports, a
greater number of contributors are
participating in the 1954 Combined
Jewish Appeal than last year, and
final division totals are not yet
available. George Chertkof and
George Talianoff have spurred on
their workers in the Miami and
Miami Beach areas to complete all
card coverage before the May 6
rally.
In addition to the movie, the
program will include entertain
ment, speakers and refreshments.
An overflow audience is expected
to see the unusual all-star film
which has been made available to
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation for special showing here.
"Over 7,300 contributors equiv-
alent to a 5 percent advance over
last year's effort should bring our
humanitarian campaign close to
its goal," said Kanner at a recent
meeting of campaign officials.
"If the 60.000 Jewish residents of
Great Miami could see this film,
their hearts would open in an un-
paralleled outpouring of genero-
sity, and I know our campaign
would be insured of its success."
MUvuvIvh \wdvd.
29'ertt in Search
fed nom despair to hope
\h aid made possible by the
Jewish Appeal.
nas Mitchell plays the role
jeweller in Casablanca who
ling the big moment" into
Jfe of Joseph, a boy of the
fanca mellah. Eduard Franz
as a refugee doctor in the
|*vho considers his big mo-
|the instant when he gets a
; to repay the land that gave
fresh start by volunteering
Inice in America's armed
n.i Reed and John Derek
b Deborah and Avram. pion
I an Israel border settlement,
p-ve story that constitutes the
episode of the film and its
est Tucker is a truck driver
onvinces Deborah to go back
[harsh but meaningful life of
(ttlement The roles of UJA's
er agencies, the United Is-
Appeal, Joint Distribution
litt.e and United Service for
Americans are dramatically
fated in these episodes.
(ert Young is narrator of "The
foment." Others in the cast in-
lStevie Roberts, Don Bender,
Salli, Henry Corden, Gil War-
Tooth Coleman, Grace Hayle,
Ihinc Wit tell,' Harry Harvey
Lawrence Dobkin.
hall hour drama was edited
pnk Braeht and photographed
lonel Linden.
rusting away in the garages and
store rooms of residents here.
Al Hirsch, of Royal Beauty Sup-
ply Co.. and spokesman for the
29'ers drive, explained this week
that any bicycle or parts of bi-
cycles will do. "We don't care how
good or how bad they are," Hirsch
said.
'They can be in complete disre-
pair or practically brand new. The
frame of one, wheels from another
and the brakes from a third bi-
cycle can make one whole and
.working machine," stated Hirsch.
He said that the bicycles are
scheduled to be distributed to un-
der privileged children who will
use them to sell newspapers. A call
to 3-0851 will bring a truck to resi-
dents' homes.
Compare 1
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Chesed Shel Emess to Moot
Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president,
has announced that a regular meet-
ing of Sisterhood Chesed Shel
Emess will be held on Monday, May
3, 1 p.nf, at Beth El Congregation.
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NORMAN R. LYONS. News
HAROtP TOM. Cetilene. ees
At a Miami Beach rally Wed-
nesday, Congressional Can-
didate Dante B. Fascell (left)
and his Miami Beach cam-
paign manager, Burton Kahn,
review plans for the final
drive of the current cam-
paign."
B'nai B'rith Slates
Joint Installation
A joint installation and dinner
dance sponsored by the B*nai
B'rith Men end Women of Coral
Gables will be held on Sunday,
May 2, 6 p.m., at the Monte Carlo
Hotel.
Harry Wender. 1st vice president
of District Grand Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, will be the installing offi-
cer. '
New slate ot officers for the
Women's Group will be the Mes-
dames Al. Lozoff, president; Sel-
mer Lazar, 1st vice president;
Frank Smulson, 2nd vice president;
Sam Nieberg, 3rd vice president.
Officers in the Men's Lodge will
be Sidney Haskoe, president; Man-
uel Lubel, 1st vice president; Sid-
ney Efronson, 2nd vice president.
Chairmen for the affair are Mrs.
Sam Nieberg and William Hechler.
'Sm&.w
United Synagogue
Sets Conference
For May 7 to 9
Continued from Page 1 B
on these seminars w-nich will be
chaired by James Permit, of Birm-
ingham, Ala., Izzie Chanin, of Ma-
con, Ga., and Nat Schneider, of
Lakeland. Principal presentations j
will be given by Joseph Abrahams,
executive director of Temple |
Eman-El, Dr. Emil Lehman and I
Emanu-El, Dr. Emil Lehman and
address the conference luncheon. |
A plenary session in the after-
noon will hear committee reports,
including a report of the Commit-
tee on Nominations for the elec-
tion of officers.
The conference will conclude
with an assembly to be chaired by
Ben Zion Ginsburg, of Miami
Beach, and highlighting a closing
address by Rabbi Harry S. Epstein,
of Atlanta.
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Dade
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Has
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Judge
of
Stature
Re-elect
Judge
George E.
HOLT
Nineteen Continuous
Years Public Service
* Law Maker *
Six Yean a
Legislator
Tried
Thirteen Years a
Circuit Court Judge
Experienced
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Florida
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PAGE 4B
JewlstifhrMtoii
Service by Ton is
B'nai B'rith Record
At Vets Hospital
"Service by the Ton" is (he un-
\isual record compiled by the Serv-
ice Committees of Armed Forces
and Veterans of the B'nai B'rith
Lodges and Chapters in Southern
Florida in their program to pro-
vide merchandise. Rifts and prizes
1o hospitalized servicemen at the
VA hospital in Coral Cables.
The program, whin has been in
operation since last fall, has dis-
tributed 1.000 items of merchan
dise, 500 dozen oranges, a ton of
ether fruits. 200 pounds of cake.
1.000 servings of ice cream, and
1.000 packages of cigarettes and
8.000 candy bars and packages of
gum.
These figures are contained in
the annual report of David I.inn,
chairman of SCAFV of the Smith
ern Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
and representative of the order on
the hospital voluntary service com-
mittee at the Coral Cable- VA hos-
pital.
The program also include- a one-
hour variety show once a month
;n the mam auditorium of the hos
pita] and a birthday party every
month in the "old men- ward "
on hnii lays, special entertain-
ment even', are staged for patients
and -tali Hallowe'en i- the occa-
sion ter .i gala carnival Recent!)
six lawn chairs were presented t"
mental patients' ward.
The program is under the direc
lion "i 1 inn who recent!) received
,-. letter el commendation from the
"t the hospital, and Mr-
Helen Sanders, representative of
the B'nai H'nth Women ol South-
ern Florida en the (oral Gables
hospital voluntary service commit-
tee it i- part et the Serve-a-Hospi-
tal project originated b) the B'nai
3nth Service Committee "I the
/Wind Forces and Veterans fol
lowing V i Da) to provide entertain
men! an.I cheer to the hospitalised
-i-r\ icemen
Miss Marcy to Speak
Business Meeting Due
Maria Marc;. former Professor ol
Speech and Drama at Marymounl
' ollege will in- guest speaker on
: rida) April 30, H 30 p m., at the
Friends ol the Seven Livel) \rt-
2100 Washington ave
Mi-- Marcj ill elter comments
en "Tin Achievement "t Self-Per
[eelurn "
Chaim Rose, of the Recreation
Department staff, will preside
ludgr A.-illi.-i"
Point* to Itword
Judge Raymond C Nathan, can-
didate to retain hi- post a- Judge
of Dade County's new small claim-
court, this week declared there i-
only one issue in his eampaign.
"The only question is whether
the people want a judge with ex-
perience." said Judge Nathan.
The judge pointed to his record
,ii 14 years a- a practicing sttorne) I
n .mil in- year en the bench,
during which he heard mere than
8,600 cases involving over 26000
persons
"I have been campaigning," the
judge said, en in\ pledge that
every person who comes into my
court will receive ;i fair and lull
hearing, with tin utmost courtes)
and respect "
He said that i- the way he has
maintained the court and will con-
tinue to maintain it "No one will
ever be turned away." the judge
-iid. "because he is not repre-
sented by attorney or because his
Case i- net properl) drawn up Our i
staff Stands ready at all times to
help everyone with a problem that
comes within tin- court's jurisdic-
tion."
Judge Nathan has been a Dade
County resident for more than 33
years lie is a graduate of Edison
Iliirh. Universit) ol Florida and
l ni\er-U> el Miami Law School.
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area with this type of entertain-
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Officer Election Duo
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PBIL 30, 1954
to Israel's
>ndence Set
radio and television
the South Florida
,g the sixth anniversary
, of Israel, has been an-
IMrs. George M. Cohen,
f the Zionist Council of
a.
.,ive radio and TV *ro-
Mil begin on Wednea-
when the program
Israel" is broadcast
ltd 8:45 p.m., over radio
[AM
Sclav, May 6, radio sta-
has scheduled at 9:30
ijal feature on the sixth
the State of Israel.
_, May 8, will be high-
Ipancl presentation over
In WIOD. 10:15 p.m., on
It "Peace be With the
Israel." Participating
ussion will be Rev. Ed-
Bllnch. vice chairman of
Miami Chapter, Amer-
pan Palestine Commit-
fcm Kachioff, of the State
land Awni AUboush, of
nentary film on current
Ills in Israel will be tele-
unday, May 9, 9:30 p.m.,
bn WITV. A discussion
he film will include Mrs.
[frey and Dr. H. Frank-
en chairmen of the
Bean ( hristian Palestine
Mrs. Cohen, Maurice
bmber of the Zionist
South Florida, Joseph
lldi-i. and Mrs. Irwin
accompanist.
psive radio and TV pro-
will be climaxed on Sun-
16. w hen over station
9:30 am., the "Eternal
pgram will be dedicated
sixth birthday. Ambas-
i of Israel will be guest
Hep members planning
anniversary celebration
Florida are Mrs. George
Mrs, Irwin Weinstein,
Bums. Marquerite Marx,
McCaffrey, Dr. Marius
fl 1 iiiderdale, Manuel
i, Samuel Sakrais, Dr.
|in Williams, Irving Saal,
Ullrich, Mrs. Emanuel
I Dr Emanuel Kaplan.
* Jewish n^rlrHn^
PAGE 5B
Dr. William Haber, president of the American ORT Federa-
tion, presents a silver Passover wine goblet handcrafted in
Israel to Senator Herbert H. Lehman at a dinner in his honor.
Senator Lehman is honorary president of the World ORT
Union. The dinner was tendered by ORT on behalf of the 1954
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
Hebrew Teachers Plan Memorial
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami, in conjunction with
new Amerians residing in the area,
will jointly sponsor a memorial
gathering to honor the Jews of the
Warsaw Ghetto who died in their
uprising against the Nazis eleven
years ago.
The function is set for Sunday
evening. May 2, 8 p.m.. in the audi
torium of Beth David Synagogue.
2625 SW 3rd ave. Guest speakei
will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth
David spiritual leader.
The program will also include an
address in Yiddish by Arthur Drev-
ich. who is scheduled to relate his
first-hand experiences under the
Nazi heel in Europe.
Zevi Rosenkranz, of the Hebrew
Teachers' Association, is in charge
of arrangements. On the Planning
Committee for the memorial affair
are Mrs. Ruth Uliss, Louis Gadon.
association president, and Dr. Jo-
seph Hurwitz.
Tribute to Baron Due
Tribute to the memory of the
"Father of the Yishuv," Baron Ben-
jamin Edmund de Rothchild, will
be presented on the Jewish Forum
of the Air this Sunday. May 2.
10:30 a.m., over station WMIE. Si-
mon Seiden. director, said that the
tribute will be held to mark the
removal of the philanthropist's and
banker's remains from France to
the Jewish State.
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will hold an installation runcheon
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on
Thursday, May 6, 12 noon.
Mrs. Jack R. Wein, B'nai B'rith
State president, will be guest
speaker.
Offiers to be installed include
the Mesdames Murray Lazarus,
president; A. Z." Alpert, first vice
president: Samuel Badanes, second
vice president; Louis Cohen, treas-
urer; David Hess, recording secre-
tary; Abe Aronovitz, corresponding
secretary; Bernard Tytell, finanial
secretary; and Harry Lackey, his-
torian.
Helen Revoire will present a
musical program of songs and
piano seletions. c
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PAGE 6 B
Beach Zionist District Acts on Slate
Of Officers at Vanderbilt Meeting
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict held election of officers
Thursday evening in the Commo-
dore Room of the Vanderbilt Ho-
tel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
ual leader of North Shore Jewish
Center and former immigration
officer of the Joint Distribution
Committee in Italy, was principal
speaker.
Others appearing on the pro-
gram included Mrs. Lillian Nelson,
pianist, and Mrs. Judy Nelson
Drucker. prominent singer. Also
featured was Joseph Pardo. inter-
Stage and screen star Mel Ferrer shows Neva Patterson a
Sephardic Haggadah brought to the United States from Am-
sterdam. Holland, in the 1600's and used in research for a
special CBS radio drama, "House oi Bondage," broadcast na-
tionally on Monday. The 300-year-old book was loaned by the
Jewish Theological Seminary to the American Jewish Com-
mittee, sponsor of the broadcast.
? i^lhrtflB
preter of Yiddish and liturgical
melodies.
The slate scheduled for presen-
tation included Fred Jonas, presi
dent; Seymour Liebman, Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Sam Proster
man. Leo Robinson and Phillip
Salmon, vice presidents; Charles
Lee. recording seretary: Al Sher-
man, financial secretary: E"**
Platoff. assistant financial secre-
tary; Alex Van Stratten. treasurer;
and chairman of the Board of Di-
rectors, Burnett Roth
On the slate of Board members
were Joseph Alter, Benjamin Ap-
pel. Daniel Broad. Jack Burris. Irv-
ing Cypen. Nathan Darsky. Sam
Friedman. Saul Genet. Sydney
Greenberg. Herman Grossman.
Rabbi Leon Kronlsh. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Herbert Linick. Dr. Max
l.ipkind. Kolman Luria. Dr. Louis
G. Lytton. Harry Hagid, Joseph
Malik, Maxwell Mangold. Abra-
ham Mason. Judge Kenneth Oka,
Al Oshcroff. Albert Ossip. Joseph
Pardo.
John I-eibowitz. A Perlmutter.
Bffle Platoff, Harry Platoff. Jack
S. Polick. Dave Provus. Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky. Gil Rappaport.
Sum Ritter. Abe Rubin. Dr. Z. A.
Sabshin, Michael Salmon. Jacob
Schachter. Irving Schatzman. Jo-
seph Schneider. Mayor Harold Sha-
piro Harry B. Smith. Harold
Spaet. Ralph Spero. Al Stone. Gus
Trau. Harold Turk. Mrs Max
WeltX and Harry Zuckernick.
Nominating Committee included
Prosterman. chairman. Appel. Rab-
bi Mescheloff. Pardo. Platoff. Ru-
bin. Salmon and Sherman
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Re-Elect
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Group 1
DADE COUNTY
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For Revision of Stata Constitution.
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PAGE 7B
erican Notables...
Abraham Jonas: The Jew of 1858
By HARRY SIMONHOW
Isimonhoft't mImm, CMififatiaf series HlhM,
Jof.fclei, it ** f'UIAti fcf TR* Jewiifc MerMin
[,(,, ftrctnfcMry et/e.rafiea of Jewish terffeattaf im
| Sfotef.-T*e MH-*
122 children, Abraham Jonas was born in 1801 in
gland. Either the family was too numerous or
in England were unfavorable fee ambitious
1817 his brother' Moses was the first Jew to
Tincinnati. Two years later, Abraham followed
the auction business with his brother-in-law,
jrcomer. Things looked rather encouraging for
Larried the daughter of Gershom Mendes Seixas,
J who stood on the platform at the first inaugura-
resident Washington.
widower in his 24th year, he became restless,
laking an ;ictive part in the affairs of the budding
Immunity. One of the incorporators of the first
t, he is also recorded a purchaser of the plot
Ls'h cemetery from Nicholas Longworth, the great-
Jcr of the Nicholas Longworth who married Alice
and became speaker of the national House of
ktives during the administrations of Coolidge
er. Jonas left Cincinnati and settled in WiHiam-
Itucky. He went into business and entered poli-
asonry was a powerful magnet in the early days
public. Every important personage in the circles
pgton, of Franklin, of Marshall, er of Lafayette
Imbcr of this secret lodge, said to have been the
Riirh the American and French Revolutions were
(jews were especially attracted to an order which
i a progressive liberalism based oh the enlighten-
bt that all men are brothers under God the Fath-
bwerful factor also was its unequivocal mono-
bat enabled men of every religion to enter its
atform seldom if ever put into practice prior to
I century.
M the 19th century advanced, the Masonic skies
With the unfortunate disappearance of a free-
unscrupulous character, one Henry Morgan, of
Kch t'A' L?S! 51*" sct in an order
of hL an* lhe "** l P^'Pte*. In the atmosphere
*r? Si.""*""? "eW pollticn} W ot nti-MasonS
2^J5 PU^d sland*r and vitrio1 "Pon the heads
< Frilll||M,, Encouraged by former President John
S32f*2* and led sinistet W8- t^ club-footed
ihatWeos Stevens, who later in his career almost sue
ceeded in impeaching a U.S. President, this political group
caused Masonry to shrink in New York from 20,000 to
3,000 members, from 500 to 30 lodges.
Masonic Honors
Clearly this was not the time for anvone with political
aspirations to join the ancient and accepted Order of
t reemasonry. Politicians are noted for their eagerness to
affiliate with any organization that might promote their
interests; conversely they certainly shy away from soci-
eties which may retard their advancement. But Abraham
Jonas entered politics and Masonry almost the same time.
He served in the Kentucky General Assembly from 1828
through 1830. Again a member of the State Legislature in
1833, he was the same year elected Grand Master of
Masons for Kentucky. His portrait hangs on the wall of
the Grand Lodge in Louisville. Later when he moved to
Quincy, he became in 1839 the first Masonic Grand Master
of Illinois. On the announcement of his death, a tablet in
his honor was placed in the hall of the Grand Lodge, and
in celebrating EO years of Masonry in Illinois, the Grand
Lodge struck a bronze medal in memory of its first Grand
Master.
Jonas attended in 1834 the conference which founded
the Whig Party. One of the delegates, the tall, lanky, raw-
boned Abe Lincoln of Springfield attracted but slight at-
tention. But something about him appealed deeply to
Jonas and they became fast friends. In 1838 Jonas moved
to Illinois and four years later served in the State Legisla-
ture together with his friend from Springfield. In his
43rd year, Jonas passed the bar, and for the next 20 years
practiced successfully in Quincy. A good speaker and in-
fluential, he became an important factor in state politics.
Appointed postmaster of Quincy by Presidents Tyler and
Fillmore, he held the post for three years. In 1856, Jonas
and Lincoln were chosen by the Illinois State Convention
presidential electors. Whenever Lincoln had occasion to
be in Qaincy, he did his work at the office of Jonas and
Asbury.
% Lincoln Supporter
According to Asbury, his partner Jonas was the first
to suggest Lincoln for President in a conference with the
influential editor, Horace Greely. At the formation of the
Republican Party, Jonas joined Lincoln and immediately
attempted to have his friend nominated for the Presidency
at the 1856 convention. But he followed Lincoln in his
support 6f Fremont. For the great debate between Lincoln
and Stephen A. Douglas at Quincy, Jonas served as chair-
man of the Republican Committee on arrangements and
printed a notice in the press requesting the presence of
Lincoln's friends. In the midst of the bitter 1860 cam-
paign. Lincoln, in a long letter to Jonas, denies ever being
a Know-Nothing member, but cautiously suggests that
his friend make the denials for him.
One of the first acts of President Lincoln was to ap-
point Jonas postmaster of Quincy. At his death in 1864,
the position went to his widow. Nothing marred Lincoln's
esteem, not even the news that three sons of Jonas fought
in the Confederate army. His son Edward, however, serv-
ed the Union with distinction and rose to the rank of
Major in an Illinois regiment. Divided family loyalties
were by no means rare in those troubled times. Jonas'
son Benjamin F., later U.S. Senator from Louisiana, stated
that the President enquired after his friend's boys of any-
one coming from New Orleans, taken over in 1862 by the
Union forces. Lincoln's respect for Jonas may be deduced
from the incident of Thomas Thorough, arrested and sent
to Quincy. Acting on the suspect's appeal, the President
directed his Secretary of War "to dispose of the case at
the discretion of Abraham Jonas and Henry Asbury, both
of Quincy, both of whom I know to be loyal and sensible
men."'
Jonas was dying. He wished to see his son, a Confed-
erate soldier imprisoned at Lake -Erie, but refused to
bother the President. His wife and daughter sent the
message, and Lincoln revealed his feelings by his order
of June 2, 1864: "Allow Charles H. Jonas, now a prisoner
of war at Johnson's Island, a parole of three weeks to
visit his dying father, Abraham Jonas, at Quincy, Illinois.
A. Lincoln."
f i c r
Tom Lee
YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group 2
I I'../ Planned Revision of State Constitution.
apportionment of Representation.
Iitiblishment of a State Equalization poard.
Kill Length North-South Turnpike.
taggertd Terms in State Agencies.
Irovide for Succession in the Event of the Governor's Death or
lemovai.
Extension of Mental Health Program.
npowt" Legislature to Convene Itself by two-thirds Agreement.
I Progressive Public School System.
lontroi of Local Laws bj Public Affected.
I l.l Political Adv.)__________________________^^
EVER 3-B
Elect
MICHAEL A.
PELLE
YOUR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
Group 1
PULL LEVER 3-B
,f MASTEffSHIP f|([" (Pd. Political Adv.)
-ets Keep "Jim" on the Job!
K'S THE PROVEN FRIEND OF YOUR CHILDREN
James M. Noel
Should be Reelected to
Dade County
SCHOOL BOARD
DISTRICT ONE
because
during this term, he's worked for,
and helped to acquire more now
school sites than during the previ-
ous twenty-five years.
. worked to provide equal facili-
ties in all schools.
. helped to cut school .construc-
tion costs by 30%, costing loss tax
dollars.
. voted higher salaries for teach-
ers and other school personnel.
. Mind upon oompotitive ou-
sting in purchasing all school re-
quirements.
On May 4th
J*l LEVER 20-C
|r JIM NOEL .. .
I CHILDREN'S FRIEND,
Jucmibj. nnm
'WATERS' FRIEND
Lei's Keep "Jim" Campaign Committee
(Id. Polltlc-al Adv.)
Rabbi Meschelofi Named
To Yeshiva Post
NEW YORKRabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. of Congregation Beth Ja-
cob, has been named to the nation-
al Rabbinic Advisory Commission
established by Yeshiva University
to guide its newly formed Com-
munity Service Division which will
provide Jewish congregations in
the United States and Canada with
service in seven major areas, it
was announced here by Rabbi Mor-
ris Berman. president of the Rab-
binic Alumni.
Rabbi Mescheloff. a graduate of
Yeshiva University, the first Amer-
ican University under Jewish aus-
pices, is active in numerous relig-
ious, educational and communal
organizations. The new agency is
designed to render guidance, coun-
sel and leadership for synagogues,
their affiliated men's clubs and
community center groups.
y*^*^^**^f*^m*^*f*
VOTE FOR

Keep Your Cities and
Your County
Lever 14-A
William W. (Bill)
CHARLES
REPRESENTATIVE
j__i
Legislature Group 1
(I'd. Political AdV.)
GOOD FOR ALL DADE COUNTY!
CANDIDATE FROM DIST. 2
FOR THE DADE COUNTY
BOARD OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I ted*.* (>*" se'"r
br ..p.-di-l eseM
iris*.
1. r.o..d. Rladaigsiltai '*
five yeer *
J. Imp.o.. ld.ee! fc tre-
prllin
4. Pev eecfceri vertie.
5. titobh.h rieenief eee1 Ae-
pi.iiol eiel.
. He petal pecr-et
aeiMihlretfve ,.ip.i**t*T
|.. Scfceel funds
MILL LiVE* Ilk
ENGEL
FAVORABLE LABOR RECORD:
Instigated Civil Service as Mayor
oi Miami Springs
FOR ALL PEOPLE:
On Board of Directors Battle-Creek
Race Betterment Foundation
CIVIC WORKER:
As President of Dade County League of Municipalities
fought for your right to vote for or against consolidation
ELECT
HERRELL
STATE LEGISLATOR
STATE LEGISLATURE
Qualified by:
INTEGRITY *
* INTELLIGENCE *
PAST SERVICES
PULL
LEVER
19 A
PULL
LEVER
19 A
(I'd. Political Adv.)
I'd. PolUlcal Adv.)


PAGE 8 B
*Ll*tfk>rkmr
-^AY.
Extension Program Reports Highlight
GMJCC Executive Committee Meet
A report of the extension pro-1 Other highlight) of the OMJCC
grams and services of the Greater I Executive Committee meeting IB-
Miami Jewish Community Center: eluded reports by the Personnel
highlighted the Centers Executive Committee, capital funds collet-
Committee meeting held last week
;it Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
Herbert Soule. extension super
visor, reported the progress in the
( vHension services, which included
I following:
A recreation program for resi-
tions. fund raising and Flagler-Gra-
nada relationships.
Stanley (' Myer-. pre.i.lent of
GMJCC, presided ;it the meeting.
Those present wen- Mr- A (oman
or. Mrs Joseph Duntov, Leen Ep-
stein, Herman Feldman, Hyman
Ram, Irving Lax. Joseph Masters.
dents at the Jewish Home for the Leon Kaplan. Stanley (' Myer-. Ed-
Aged under the direction and su-
i rvision of GMJCC, including arts
and craft) weekly, a film program
three times a month, group discus-
sions twice monthly, program plan-
ning committee weekly, newspaper
irkshop twice monthly, participa-
tion programs once monthly, holi-
) .Hid special function! ai Indi-
. ted and Sunday entertainment
Ice monthly
Service to the Coral Gables and
deep southwest area through the
cooperation and joint sponsorship
I the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Four teen aye clubs are now in
active session under the guidance
Ol trained club leader- supervised
by GMJCC Their activities include
dances, film-, sports, make up and
grooming, crafts, program plan-
ning, discussion sessions, guest
speakers, parent-' get-together and
lint advisor; committee function-
al needed, whichffcu met on
.< aveia| e ol once a month
Services to the Hialeah Miami '
- rings area through the coopera-
in and joint sponsorship of the
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Cen
This program was begun te\
i ral weeks ago with an initial
OUp if i ) aged nine to 11
Their activities include swimming
fraction, picnic-, nature hikes
eneral club and program
lopmenl Abe Rochstein,
! physical education -u-
soi ..' thi inun Branch leads
Kphi.om Gale executive direc
tor. reported on the relationship
with M .: Sinai Hospital School
' I Practical Nursing whereby stu
cent practical nurses in training do
me ; then- field work untrcr
GMJCi supervision al the various
GMJCC pre school programs For
approval ol the extension of
ion-hip was nil, b) the
i !MJ( i l.\e< utive i ommittee The
.11 includi n I
tation and increased plat i
etical nurses
GMJi rsei
Request for ervices from th.'
"h Miami Beach area through
ello Park i ongregation, the
through North
ade Jewish i enter as well as con
ices from time to
me to synagogues and other Jew
-h organizations in the Greater Ml
hi area were also discussed,
ITS SMART TO S16 THf
IN MIAMI
PH 3-0871 732 bl ,C. BLVD
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
ward Peyser, Hyland Rifas, Leon
ard Schiff. Leo Sheiner, Mrs Mil
ton Sirkin. Mrs Lewis Stern-hem.
Sidney Stiller. Jack Toppell, Ber-
nard Weksler, Mrs William Zuck
erman. Herbert Soule and Efraim
H. Gale
I i < Ii/ii Mi'hrrti
\amvtl Prvnident
Evelyn Nieberg has been named
president of the Cimcr-ity ol Mi
ami Hillel Foundation
other officers named include
Chester Krellinatein, 1st vice presi-
dent; ste\en Ross, 2nd vice presi-
dent; Carol Washer, recording sec
retary; Radine Ginea, correspond-
ing secretary; and Sue Stahl, treaa
urer.
Mis- Nieberg is the daughter "I
Mr and Mr- Samuel Nieberg, 3843
SW 5th -t Her mother was re-
cently elected vice president of
Coral Cables H'nai U'nth Women
She i- a member of Delta I'lu
Kp-don social society. Sigma Lamb
da I'hi service sorority, historian ol
the Future Teachers of America
and l- a Dada Count) scholarship
student al the University oi Miami.
Floyd States Record
In Final Drive Here
Robert I. Floyd urged voters this
week to look (or tolerance and un-
derstanding in the Circuit Judge
the) -elect Tuesdaj
"Legal training and experience
gained through 13 years of serv-
ice m attorney. FBI Agent. Mayor
; and law maker are admitted quali-
fications for Judgeship." Floyd
said
"Itut they must be tempered by
tolerance and understanding. How
do w gain these qualities? By long
and varied dealing with people and
their problem-.' Floyd told rallies
throughout the County
Floyd said be fell confident that
his 13-year record in handling hu-
man problem- on all level- a- at-
torney, law culorccmcnt FBI
Agent, Mayor and lawmaker would
be given favorable consideration by
the voters
Miamians to Report At Youth 11
Annual spring meeting of the meet in? u ^
* "i Atlanta fc-
Yrh Mes'-M
tin.

Southern Zionist Youth Commis
sion. joint educational youth agen- \
cy of Southern and Southeastern i the n^TT*b> ">%
Hadassah and the Southeastern | p duflor fcT
ZOA Region, will be held at the I ?Z and 'row yJ?
Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta on Mon
day. May 3. according to an an
nnuncement released by the chair
pert of Savannah, Ga., and Mau
man and co-chairman, Mrs. Ben Al
rice Pilah of Nashville, Term
Scheduled to deliver reports at
the meeting are Stanley Saal. of
reel
ing .
**<** m?\
Other matters n tk-
elude aw^^JJJa
the national &L1S
''' Vehudah.VoXN
sol program for
Miami, and Miss Eleanor Good- }''''"? ***
man. Miami Beach. i, Train,l>8 InaihtTj
the twnvveek r,. 1
To he held immediately follow- b,,v- and eirk m f J|H
ing a Southeastern ZOA executive a i "Moll,"
HOLIDAY MM TO All 0U* MIHDS AND H,m
FLAGLER MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO.
3470 N.W. 7th SHEET
ol I
I
K L K T
Final Meeting Slated
Beth David Synagogue PTA will
hold its last meeting Ol the season
on Mondaj Maj S, at 8 pjn Pea
tilled will be Lag B'Omer presen-
tation, with the Sunday School dra-
matic group participating Also
scheduled are I year-end report
and final plans for the organiza-
tion- May 30 picnic
A MESSAGE FKOM
BRAILEY
ODHAM
it i

414 S.W. 22n4 AVE.
Ph. 4-5860
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof latar
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
rnsrt Jewish Trade
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Go.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundayi Phon. 4-324S
"I have onswered at many ques-
tions of interest and concern to yog ond
your f*llo~ citizen* ai I potiibly could
directly ond publicly on trie itreet
corneri, ond in the radio ond TV time
ond publication! space thot I could
afford to buy with the wonderful con-
tributioni of thousands of our fellow
otizens.
"In two compaigns now I have
fried every woy I know to get all con.
didatei to travel together ond appear
together to answer each other s ques-
tions but moit important, for each of
ut to answer the questions of you, the
people, about YOUR government.
"I have honestly tried to give you
o clear statement of my views. May I
eorneitly request that you read my
plotform pledges in my little campa gn
publication. The Odham Record.
"And if I represent yoor views, I
will s.ncerely oppreclote your vole for
my progrom in the Democratic Primory
on May 4lM"
Thou* you,
fS^ex^
M Adv ptid for by Iwiley Odham to, Govefew
Committee, I I lacker,Ci>| I roomier
KENDRICK
PURCHASING
AGENT
IF 1 Of WANTt
w
A MAN who will devote his lull time to the business of moka)
$5,000,000 worth of purchases each year for County Departments.
* *
A MAN who pi edges and guarantees every seller in Dude County thai
he shall not be discriminated against in selling to the County.
A MAN who will provide public records on all purchases he makes-
who will not tolerate secret files and secrecy in official acts.
* +
A MAN who has a reputation for fairness a background as a Nothri
hiiamian a man whose honesty is proved in U. S. Army records.
* *
A MAN who will not tolerate a policy of favoritism a man *
only guide to purchasing will be "the best possible at least cost."
^
We Need a Man Like-
JAY
ic1
KENDRICK
(l,l Polltl.nl A<1\ >


IPRIL 30.1954
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
RAEL CONGRSGATION
tiday evening servies at
Saturday morning serv-
|9 am I>ai'y services are
i. and 6:30 p.m.

ItE CENTER will hold
Inina services at 6:45
Say mcrning services are
Rabbi Morton Malav-
ifficiate and preach on
portion. Cantor Samuel
K render the musical por-
L liturgy. Mincha is
[for 6:30 p.m., followed
eudos.
*
_HEBRtW SCHOOL AND
IATION will hold Friday
Irvices at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
ning services are at 8:30
rd. son of Mr. and Mrs.
thwcitzcr, will become
Lh. A class in Mishna is
Jfor 5:30 p.m., followed
i. and Shalos Seudos.
Sees are at 7:30 a.m. and
I Rabbi Simon April will
juih Cantor Berele Kele-
ErinK the musial portions
ray.

ER GRANADA JEWISH
llTY CENTER will hold
kning services at 8:15
Rev Leo Helm officiat-
|(l will be dedicated to
ted officers of the
of Rev. Heim's Mr-
duled as: "We Chal-
Leaders of Tommor-
iil the officers will be
Oneg Shabbat follow-
la> morning services
when Gilbert Cohen
ft Franzblau will become
It Rev. Heim will offi-
render the musical por-
|hc liturgy. The Hebrew
him- will assist at both
IMIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Friday evening services
nd 8Bt) p.m., with Rabbi
laxnian officiating. Board
or- will be honored. Sub-
ibbi Waxman'a sermon is
Uership Tempered by Re-
j>n\iciit>n." An Oneg Shab-
ollow, Saturday morning
arc at 9 a.m., with Rabbi
officiating. Junior serv-
M 11 a in Mincha will be
i.m.. followed by Maariv.
0
SHORE JEWISH CEN
lold Friday evening serv-
115 p in with Rabbi Mayer
litz officiating and preach-
Ihc topi: "A Religion of
\" Saturday morning serv-
V H 45 a.m., at which time
itzvah ol Howard, son of
|Mr- Jack Green, will take
bin Abramowitz will dis-
Weekl) Portion. Cantor
Jlein will render the musi-
pn- "i the liturgy. Daily
frre at 7 45 a.m. and 6:30
p Haarh following.
EL CONGREGATION will
Ida] evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmar-
M^ky will officiate and dis-
mulatinK the Divine." A
Talmud is scheduled for 5
eha will be at 6 p.m., fol-
y Shalos Seudos. Cantor
Zeichner will render the
lions of the liturgy,
ices are in Academy
B0 am.
I DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
"V evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
K*9a.m., when Don, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiner, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mamches
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Floral offerings will be
by Mr. and Mrs. Weiner. Student
services are on Saturday morning
at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are
7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
*
TEMPLE SINAI, Jewish Com
munity Center of Hollywood, will
hold Friday evening services a(
8:30 p.m. Barbara Pearl, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pearl, will
become Bas Mitzvah and assist Rab-
bi Shapiro who will officiate. Sub-
ject of his sermon is scheduled as:
"Building a Sanctuary for God."
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the Temple
Choir under the direction of Rev.
Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be sponsor-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Pearl in their
daughter's honor. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., when
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the
Weekly Portion.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday evening at 6
p.m.. with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill offi-
ciating. Services will begin at 9
a.m.. Saturday. Weekday services
will be held at 7 a.m.
* ft
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m., when Rabbi Alexander
Gross wi|l officiate and preach on
the Weekly Portion. Mincha will be
at 6:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Sunday morning services
are at 8 a.m. Daily services arc-
scheduled for 7 30 a.m. and 6:45
p.m.
> *
HIALEAH MIAMI S P R INGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Et
tinger officiating. Harold Kravitz.
outgoing Center president, and
Jack Cohen, newly elected presi-
dent, will be honored during serv-
ies. Subject of Rabbi Ettinger's ser-
mon is scheduled as: "Be Thou
Holy and Believe." Cantor Ben
Grossberg will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. An Oneg
Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
Shabbat will follow.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica officiating and preach
ing on the topic: "Power Cantor
Maurice Neu will render the musi-
al portions of the liturgy, with Lu-
cille Moore directing the choir.
I Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m., with daily services sched-
uled for 6:30 p.m.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Some Post Pesach Re
flections." Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45 a.m.. when the
Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Alexander,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Alexan-
der, will take place. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
*
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "Jewish Contributions to
Democratic Living." Mrs. Jason
Grossman, 610 Boabadilla, Mrs.
Henry Levy. 516 Catalonia, and
Mrs Sam Barish. 427 Palermo, will
+Jew/sfifkr*Mm
be honored during the Oneg Shab-
bat following. Saturday morning
services are at 10 a.m., with Torah
study of Chapter XIX of .the Book
of Leviticus followed by'Kiddush.
Cantor Irving Robinson will render
the musial portions of the licturgy.
TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
day evening servies at 8:15 p.m.,
with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiat-
ing and preaching on the topic:
"Why Do I Have to be Good, Dad-
dy?" Cantor Jacob Bornstein will
render the musial portions of the
liturgy.
* *
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold late Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m..
with Rabbi Louis A. Cassel offi-
iating. Cantor Albert Glantz will
chant the liturgy. Subject of the
Rabbi's sermon is: "Life Cycle of
the Jew." Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.
*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate.
Meyer Wolfson will become Bar
Mitzvah during the services. Louis
Dublin will conduct a class in Tal-
mud at 3 p.m. Mincha will be at
6:15 p.m., with Shalos, Seudos fol-
lowing. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
*
ADD DIRECTORY
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m. Installation of new of-
ficers will take place. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Our Sacred
Pledge." Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
The Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, will
take place at that time. Daily serv-
ices are in the chapel at 8 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m.
* 4 4
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will preach on
the topic: "The Things That
Count." Cantor Aaron Weingarten
will render the musical portions
Lof the liturgy. Kiddush will- fol-
low. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Daily services are at 7
and 8 a.m. and at 6:30 and 7 p.m.
Rabbi Shapiro to Speak
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, has been invited to address
PAGE 9 B
the convention of the Southeast Re-
gion, United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, on Sunday, May 9, in Atlanta.
Ga.
fj NEW YORK TO ISRAEL
ISRAEL NAVIGATION.COMPANY, LTD.
dlHLJtHtlKUIIllu niffiac Cl <*' mmmil i
KEEP
HARD-WORKING
EXPERIENCED
JUDGE.
RAYMOND Gr.
NATHAN
Judge of
Dade County's New
Small Claims Court
(in the courthouse)
mm
A MEMORIAL f 0 It
SIX MILLION JEWS AND WARSAW GHETTO HEROES
Sponsored by Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami
and New Americans
at
BETH DAVID AIR-CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM
, 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Sunday, at 8 p.m.
SPEAKER: RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Come and Pay Respect fo the Memory of Our Martyred
Brothers and Sisters
Beth Israel Congregation
NEW SYNAGOGUE CORNER 14th and PRAIRIE AVE.
ORTHODOX SERVICES
Friday Evening 6:30 Saturday Morning 9:00
DAILY: MORNINGS 7:30 EVENINGS 6:30
President, Mr. Morris Weinstein
Better Schools Make Better Citizens
Pull Lever 24 B Pull Lever 24 B
Re-elecf
C. RAYMOND
Van DUSEN
Lile long educator, serving
the educational interests of
all Dade County children.
Present Board Chairman,
Chairman, working for co-
operation with the Snperin-
tendent and the Administra-
tion.
A working board member,
spurring school safety pro-
gram, civil defense, the
building program.
N^Br -9

.^imlNNNNNi ^AH

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University Professor Veteran
Civic Leader
1951
1953
DANTE FASCELL CO-SPONSORED
THE Sill THAT UNMASKED THE
HLU-KLUX-KLAN.
DANTE FASCELL INTRODUCED
AND FOUGHT FOR THE ANTI-
DYNAMITE LEGISLATION.
Ring the Bell for
WHITE
KSCELI
for US.C0NGRES
PULL LEVER
M
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PAID POL A.DV


PAGE 10 B
+Jelstncrk**n
= ""DAY.i
Reparations Aid Young Economy
Miami.
By SAM MILLER
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
COLOGNE When Arthur
Lourie for Israel and Dr. Hans Rim-
Mr for West Germany met at Unit-
ed Nations headquarters in New
York and stiffly exchanged two
documents known in the diploma
1ic trade as instruments of ratifica-
tion, the calendar showed the
date of March 27. 1953. On that
day the Reparations Agreement
.Miit into effect, nine days after
its adoption by the Bundestag, six
months after its signing in Lux-
emburg by Moshe Sharelt and Kon
rad Adenauer.
"A historical act of state that is
without precedent." said an offi-
cial Israel communique at the time.
This first anniversary affords a
good opportunity to ask how the
pact has been working out.
in taking .i look at the record,
t must be remembered that oper-
ation- under th>' pact have actually
been in progress for no more than
nine months. At the beginning ol
May, the Israel Purchasing Mission
,n Cologne opened for business it
was June li before the German
Government issued the detailed
procedural regulation- indispensa
lie for the functioning oi the Mis-
sion, whereupon the first orders
could be placed with German
manufacturers a week later In
July, the initial reparation- car-
goes were moving to Israel trom
North Sea port*
200,000 Tons Already Shipped
In the nine months that have
since gone by. ItiO.OOO tons of
goods were dispatched from tier
many to the farms and factories of
Israel. In addition, the new state
ha- received from non-German I
certain bulk supplies
by Germany under the
countries
paid for
terms of the reparations pact De
livered to Israel were 45.000 tons
of Turkish wheat. 5.000 ton- ol
Turkish oil seeds and 1.800 tons of
Malayan rubber, as well as Aus-
trian lumber and South American
cattle hides- plus, most important
of all. S35.000.000 worth of crude
oil and petroleum products from
countries of the Briti.-h Common-
wealth,
Of the German produced ri para
tioni delivered until now. more
than two tbirdl were shipped from
German North Sea port.-, a substan
tial majority being transported 1"
Israel bottoms
The total value of commodities
and services delivered in the fir-t
\ear i- 40 million dollars Another
42 million dollars have been com
milted for order- already placed
with German manufacturers As
the Hague Agreement obligates
German] to make $05 million avail
able tor the period up to March
31, 1954. thi- leaves an uncommil
ted balance ol S13 million Orders
tor thi- amount will go out in the
course ol next month
All this has been accomplished
b) a group of Israeli expert-, some
40 in number, who make up the
-tall of the Purchasing Mis-ion in
downtown Cologne The Mission,
which enjoys quasi-diplomatic
status, i- working with such quiet
efficiency that it.- administrative
Costs run well below one percent
ol the purchasing volumes.
From its inception, the Miion
ha- been headed by Stuttgart-born
Dr. Feli* E Shinnar. who used to
be an influential Israel business-
man and now carries the personal
rank of Minister.

PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"JSlfoSr A^ Semi th letisfc
Jewish J Community Since 1926
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
Large Stock
On Hand For
Immediate
Deliveryl
charge of political matters is Dr.
Chain Yahil. during the first post-
war year- head ol the Jewish Agen-
cy office in Munich
German reparations shipments
account for about one fifth of Is-
rael imports, and require hardly
U) outlay ol foreign currency. For
thv economj of the Jewish state.
, plagued as it is by an excess of im-
I ports over exports and by the re-
I sultant shortage ol foreign cur-
fency. they are proving of far-
reaching benefit. Indeed, repara-
tion.- good.- form an integral part-
one might almost say. the keystone
- of Krael- ambitious five-year
Development Plan.
Thank- to German structural
steel and German cement. Israel's
housing construction is expanding.
German chemical fertilizer is
boosting the productivity of Israel's
agriculture. The scarcity of fats
that ha- bean On- bane of house
wives In the Jewish State is being
eased, thank- to German vegetable
oil-, which make it possible to in-
crease the output of Israel margar-
ine. German pharmaceuticals help
Israel doctors, druggists and hos-
pital- to cure the sick. A wide
range of German raw materials,
chemicals, semi finished products,
machine tools, electronic devices
and the like provide an invaluable
added stimulus to Israel industry.
In the case of long-range invest-
ment goods, the manufacturing
process is frequently a lengthy
one In the relatively short per-
iod under review, shipments may
therefore not have arrived in
quantity as yet. but the orders have
been placed and the delivery dates
set. In the course of the coming
, year, $12 million worth of irriga-
1 tion pipes will, by trebling the ar-
tificially irrigated area, be instru-
mental in making the Negev
bloom. Generating equipment in
the value of $14 million will be
utilized tor expanding Israel's pro-
duction of electrical power from
130.000 to 370.000 kilowatts.
A floating drvdock will for the
first time enable Lsrael to repair
ships at Haifa.
Exclusive Dealers
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of beauty and reverence
and the utmost in
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time when most needed
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FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD.
Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677
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For
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OF RECORD
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has been moved from 1622 Collins chairmn, in^
ave.. Miami Beach, to the eighth 'sted to visit th,
floor of the Congress Building in I Congress B in
simchah r:.rvr-*^
fOt BOYS on. CIRIS |tTWBju n|
To be conducted at the Florida lu,
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AfMCATIOMS NOW MING ACCEPTED WtETE 01 *.
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Dief.rjr laws Observe
CHARLEY
JOHNS
Heart and Soul
wi
Election Day Is Next Tuesdoy,<

No Other Candidate Has
Offered Anything To The
People Of Dade County

Yes. next Tuesday is election day. pTf0
Andthe CHALLENGE remains UNAtur",
Charley Johns' opponents still haven t to
do'for us in Dade County.
But-
I Charley Johns Will Gi*j
Elimination of tawi on Household F j J
mon should be forced to pay a *.on,/JJjsCooki1
he sleeps or the stove upon which his tow
Charley Johns.) _witlio* I
Automatic Homestead Exemption-*"
each yoar. .,._ ;n Mio"
A State of Florida Office Building
our convenience.
High level bridges or tunnels i
drawbridges.
Ahd-
1 Charley JohwHo^^,
roods than the previous od_m^,s/^ a full-le^*!
Full support
Complete cc
Yes. Vote For Yourself
in Miami to rep^
port to legislation foro^ #*
to co-operation for a "*> h,l
With A Ve*
FORM
"HEART AND SOUL
KtUUuirWri:
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IPRIL 30. 1954
+Je*istnvrldHa,n
EGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
i?AHMERBBT QVnm that
|jd desiring to engage In
i.r Hi" fictitious name f
I? TY at 990 S.W. 1st
kill' i"' register said name
|,.,k of the Circuit Court of
[n. Florid*.
rViHIN B. LAKE
I V. < IH l UPTON
1 tSmbamn
Apfrtlcnnts
f, strest
TENDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBT GIVEN that
lined, desiring to engage in
inili'i lli'- fictitious name of
IrMUlV. Ht 188 N.E. 64th
Intend to register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
|.. rounty, Florida.
MORRIS KINEGOL.D
Cl A HIS, Owners
IK .1 KAKOWITZ
, Applicants
Bldg.
|e UNDER fictitious
" NAME LAW
is HERBBT GIVEN that
Igiifd, desiring to engage In
nili-v the fictitious name of
ET MIMEOGRAPHING ft
IERVICB at 2347 P. W. 22nd
t., register said name with
of the Circuit Court of Dade
lARLES M FREEFIELD
tIAN 1 11EEF"IELD
E UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
IS HERBBT GIVEN that
Mgned, d.-siring to engage In
hnili-r the fictitious name of
RHINO I "iCKS, at 520 West
fiaml Beaeh, Florida intends
aid name with the Clerk
Ituit Court of Dade County,
JEROME G. LANCER
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
ICHANCERY. No. 168221
klioWN ANGELOTT1.
Plaintiff
ANGELOTTI.
Defendant.
ICE BV PUBLICATION
MAl'IBCE I.. AXGEI.UTTI
1171._ L- Co. II.
jjgnal Battalion
ii Postmaster
York, Sew York.
IRK HERBBT NOTIFIED
111 fin Annulment of Marriage
>il agalnal you In the above
use and you are hereby re-
. ,i copy of your Answer
Bill .if i iniplaint on the
^attorneys, and file the orig-
offlci of the Clerk of the
uuii uu .or, Woi the J7lh
r I. otherwise Si decree
>ll be entered against
hull be published once
ton? consecutive weeks
1SII KI.OIUDIAN.
Iih day of April. 154.
II. I.EATHERMAN,
ik. circuit Court
M. It. Ml'RRAT,
Deputy Clerk
ver & MULLOY
Plaintiff
luilding, Miami, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. N0. 167806
JOSEPH B. KLEINWICIIS also
known as JOZICF KLEIN VYlciiS,
VH Plaintiff
SINA BUR8TK1N KI.KINWli ||s
.. NOTICE .Y PUBLICATION^'
TO: UNA BUR8TBIN KLE1NWICH8
n*s' been filed against vim in the
above entitled cause ami von are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff s attorneys, anil fil.. Un-
original In the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the 7th
day of May, 1H.".4, otherwise a Decree
Pro fonfessu will be entered against
you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the JKW18II FLORIDIAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of April, 11134.
k. b. lf-.atiieuman.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By M. C. OREEN,
fScal) Deputy clerk
I'ALLOT. SILVER & Ml'LLGY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 Congress llldg.. Miami, Fla.
4/9-16-23-30
k foi
JEW
this 1 i-:
lie By:
. Bit,
toss l
IW
|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IK IS HERBBT GIVEN that
pslgned, desiring to engage In
iniler the fictitious name of
SANITATK IN C( ).M 1 'ANY,
"9th St.. Intend to register
nil the clerk of the Clr-
'< Hade County, Florida.
El'U AltD IIH.I.
IBHAHAM KAPSON, Owners
N A- col USlKiN
m Applicants
Rd Miami Reach
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
A IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No. 1681S7
11 M'HY, Plaintiff,
M IOSEPH IUNPHY,
I >i fendanl.
DER OF PUBLICATION
|I.I\M JOHEPII IUNPHY
Mem i nkiiown
In I. by ordered and required
of your answer to the
/'.....'faint for Divorce, a copy
*"' losed herewith, on
i attorney, and file the orlg-
,'.'....."lee of the Clerk of the
l',',-1' Hade County, Florida,
pore the Hih day of May, 1954,
P' the allegations of said bill
i ik.-ii as confessed by you.
p: April 13, 1354.
'. II I.EATHERMAN,
' I'-rk of the Circuit Court
lf> WM. W. STOCKING,
p. I. RAND01" C'erk
or Plaintiff
Building, Miami 12, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AI.'S SELF" SERVICK LAUNDER-
ETTE, at 501 East Sth Street, in the
City of Hlaleah. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of March, r.'M. -
ELIAS BCHULMAN
Sole l twin r
'REDER1CK N. BARAK
Attorney at Law
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
4/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
ik. t^PTJE TO CREDITORS
rUR?:,DE*8TATPB"S^ft' N' W*
Aitriii R HIR8CHMAN, Deceased
... ,., V*"d,tor! aml Al1 Persons Hav-
Eatate* '"' '"'"ia'"ls Against Bald
.yi'."'.'""','':"'n of >'ou> 'e hereby
notifl-ii and feaulned to present any
.aims ami demands -which you. or
either of you-.;> have -against the
Z }!",' AKI "' l: "IRjicTlM \N, ile-
gan t.ii the lion......>|a Count) Judges
or Dade County, and file ti. sum..
in their offices in the County Court-
Ui,Ls.'! ,n,"i,,,le County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
or the first publication hereof. Bald
cla nis or demand! to contain the legal
address oi the claimant ami to be
sworn t,, a,| ,.,.,.,,.,, ,,s .,flll ,..,i(|
or same win be barrad
Date April 6th. a.I). 1954.
IRWIN I-: koi r
As Aneiiiai-v Administrator
cum Testamcnto Annexo of
the Last Will and
Testament of
ART11I It HlltSCHMAN,
I ^ ^ t |
MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
Lum Testainento Annexo
4/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i.nsin.-ss under the flctltloua name of
IX1RRAINK APARTMENT HOTEL,
at 2601 Collins Avenue, In the City of
Miami Reach. Dade County, Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida, dated at Miami
Peach, Florida, this 5th day of April,
1954.
JACOI1 SOLOMON
YETTA SOLOMON
MDHTIMKR J. S'H.OMON
ELEANOR 8. FRIEDLAND
HARRY ZUKBRNICK
Attorney for ners
(10 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
fXMLAMI CAIIINET SHOP, at 2734
HW 2th Ijne. Miami 33, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JERRY KIRK
FRANK COHN
Attorney for Tamlami Cabinet Shop
4/9-18-23-30 _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB .HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSF:CRE8T GIFTS, at 329 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BOI-ESI^AW OWSIFMKO
Bole Owner
KB88L-BR & gars'
Attorneys for Applicant
1712 W. Flagler St.
4/23-30 5A-14______
f'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. ,NAME LAW
'' I* MKItKBY GIVEN that
as u !i!'"'' ."'"'ring to engage In
I cV,.""' flctltloua name of
I ', ,'-" ENTAI.S AND
It., i '' ,!,t Ave- Miami,
lor I! ''!'' I<1 name with the
| nSlfidf ('OUIt of D,d"
MAl'RICB BIRBCH
L3n 'jALPII BIHHCH
NS5R f|ctitious
Ice is A,Me UAW
lersuln ";RKBV GIVF:N thar
E urn"''"'^ring U. engage In
||-,| ',"..''iV fictitious name of
i.| ',', "" B'v-. Intend to reg-
ICo"r ".'f* lh.,ne <'l"rk "'
ou" of l)aae County, Plor-
v\Ll!' MA'n.OKF
Parian matdokp
- I.Pl!EIM,"'r"
tfci.'"si;"c"nu
^~ J/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32362-B
In Re: E8TATE OF
LAWRENCE JONES, D.m-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
ICstate: ...
You. and each of you. are heieby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of LAWRKNCK JONES, de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANT'IN, Coiinlv
Judge of Hade County, and file the
s,,,n. in his office In the County Court-
house In Dade County, rlorida within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to In-
sworn to and presented.as aforesaid.
or same will be barred See Section
120 of the 1933 IVobate Act.
"*W /Tl^MiP m'a'b4 THOMAS.
As Executor of the I-ast Will
and Testament of
I.AWRK.VK Jl)NE8, Deceased
ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for I.lllle Mae Jones
4/TH-23-30 5/7 ________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WINDOW f-ramf: FORM ,**
F>st Mrd St.. Hlaleah. H"r"l' ln{! "
to register said name with the Cerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
n"d*DrRWIN CORP.
1123 F^ist 23rd Street
Hlaleah, Florida
Jffi'&rlfcB^CORP.
4/-l-23-30
. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICF: IB HEREBY GIVEN that
th'e undersigned, desiring to '"gage In
business under the flcjjtloue nameof
BI8CATNB 6 10 DM'ARTM^l
srroRF: at 7200-02 Biscay ne Blvd ,
mT.ml intends to regis.er saidI name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi
IH,- Coon. v.,^]-*'g|LvERBTEIN
BKRT -AOBB t

tamer f*r *
sssr
am
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL, at Mil
N K. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
Riiosi:VKI.T HOSPITAL
SANITARIUM, INC..
a Florida Corporation,
Sole Owner
SOMMER, FRANK WE8TON
Attorneys for Rooaevell
Hospital Sanitarium, Inc.
1 Lincoln l:...oi llldg.
I 'l-23-J0 5 ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is m.itl-.KV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
CENTURY WOODCRAFT CO., at
3791 Bird Road, Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court of Hade Countv,
Florida.
. ORACE VAN MANEN
s..ie Owner
MYERS, HRIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
K.-,ii Seytmld Bldg,
i 23-30 i T-ii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 168489
NORMA HEBRY, Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH MARTIN PATRICK
IIKKPY .lit.. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSRPH MARTIN PATRICK
HEBRY, JR. i
lOfjj East F'ulton sti-.-.-t
llempsleail. \, | Mm y,,ik
Yon ii. hereby nollfied that a I ill
of I'omplaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you. and you ai- re-
quired to serve I copy of votir Ans-
wer en Pleading io the BUI "f C.....-
Ida lot on the plaintiff's Attorney,
HENRY M. CAIN, 27,1s West Flagler
St.. Miami, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the circuit Court on
ii before the 24th day of May. 1I...I.
If you fail to do so, judgment hv de-
fault will be taken against vou for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
'orida, this 21st day of April, A.D.
1154.
R II. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING,
ii in uit Courl Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
27.18 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
4/23-30 7./7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam,. <>f
AUTOMATIC MAYTAO ItAINDRT,
at SSOO-02-04 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register said
nam.- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
SA MI-EL C. KAIIN
8IDNBT BFRONSON
Attorney for Samuel C. Kahn
702 Biscaync Building, Miami, Florida
1/18-23-30 5/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrina to engage i.i
business under the fictitious nam,- --f
DAISY'S ORIIIINAI.S. at ll N.W. Kh
St., Miami, Intend to register s,, I
name with the Clerk of the ClrcOlt
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RENATO I.EVI
PUERTO ORVJETO
Hole ipvcmis
M VEILS, IIEIMA.N .V KAPLAN.
Attorney* for Applicant!)
e.-.ii BeybeM Bldg.
4/30 :./7-li--i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PREPARED FOODS, at ti N.W. B4th
St.. intends to register said nain-
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
H. I. WEOER, Owner
KE88LBR & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant*
1782 W. Flagler St.
4/30 6/7-14-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADf
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 167923
MARY JAM-: NORTON, Plaintiff,
vs
MILToN It. NORTON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MILTON It. NORTI IN
Rtitb APE. BH WE
APO r,.-.. e/o I'M
New York. NY.
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of i'omplaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and .vou are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY
M. CAIN, 1518 West Flagler Street,
Miami. Fla., and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 10th day of May, 1*54. If YOU
fall to do so. judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
IS'NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of April, A.D.
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, CTrcuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W. STOCK I NO.
fClrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
4/S-16-23-30 ______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168444
EDWARD M. O'TOOLE, Plaintiff
v I,
JEANNE P O'TOOLE, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEANNE P. O'TOOLE
Box no, Route 1
Perris, California
Yon are hereby notified that Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you, ami you -ire requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answ.r or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, pavih i.e-
VINE, 123 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami,
Florida, :hm\ file the original Annwer
or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk
of the Circuit court on or before the
L'ltli day of May. Hot. If you fall to
do s,,, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of I'omplaint.
This notice shall ii.- published once
each week for four consecutive ereeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of April, A.D.
1954.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
By M. W. PARTENHEI.MER
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
4 23-311 7./7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 168590
l.ll.LIE BALM. Plaintiff.
vs.
JI'LII'S BAI'M. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIUS BAI'M
776 Springfield Avenue
IrvluKton, New Jerae)
You, .Il'LH'S BAI'M. are herehv
notlfied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against iim.
and you are required i" serve a cop!
of \..er Answer or Pleatling Co the
Bill' of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. MA1.VIN ENGLANDER.
::i| Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh. Flor-
ida, and 'l. :h, original Answer or
Pleading in the office of Hie clerk nf
the Circuit Court on or "before tli
nth day of May. 1954. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four COnaeCUtlVe weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this ((th day of April. A.I'.
197.4.
E. B I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Had.- ('mints Florida
By It II. RICE. JR.
(Circuit court Scab Deputy cieik
MALVIN .ENGI.ANI'ER. ESQ.
Attornei for Plaintiff
:;il Linn,In Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
1/3n :.,7-ll-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 32430-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Re: ESTATE OK
ABRAHAM RI'ltlN. Deceased.
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING tJLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
You. and each of y"bu. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
Estate Of ABRAHAM RUBIN. De-
ceased, late of Suffolk County. Maasa-
chusetts, to the Hon. County Judges
of Dad.- County, Florida, and file the
same in their offices In the Dade
Countv Courthouse, Miami. Florida,
within eight (N) calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to' con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented is
aforesaid, or same will be barred. See
Section 12(1 of the 1933 Probate Act
Dated this 7th day of April. 19.1.
GEORGE J. TALIANOBF,
As Ancillary Executor of the
iasl Will and Testament of
ABRAHAM RI'BIN. Deceased
GEORGE J. TALIANOF*. ESQ.
o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
4/16-23-30 5/7 -. ...____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF7BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STATE MORTGAOE COMPANY, at
II N lv 1st Ave.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID FRIEDMAN, owner
4/16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMEJ-AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Io engage In
business under the fictitious name or
REG1L MOTORS, at 1.00 N.W. ith
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fk>rid"' SOSSIN MOTORS. INC.
,1 b a Regil Motors
Bv: MICHAEL SOSSIN,
Secy.-Treas.
OERSHON S. MILLER
Attorney for Applicant
40 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
4_'16-23-30 5/7__________^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und,, the gctfflou,i name of
CASH REGISTER SALES SERV-
ICE al ">L4 North Miami Avenue. Mi-
ami Florida. Intend to register said
nH'nie with .he Clerk of the t'I,.-u.t
Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
ABRAHAM SCSSMAN, V, interest
LEWIS LANlW, M Interest
THOMAS RYAN, fj Interest
ISRAEL ABRAMS
Attorney for f!asH Register Sales
vice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 168188
VINCENT UECKTOLD, Plaintiff.
vs.
TI1KHKSK MILLER UECKTOLD,
I i.-f.-ndant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: THHRK.SE MILLER
BECKTOLD
c/o Mllller
::r_' Nassau Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fll'
ed against you and you arc hereby
required to sei ve a copy of your Ans-
wer to the BUI of Complaint on Plain-
tiff's attorney and file the original
Answer In the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court, on or before the
17th day of May. 1S4; otherwise, the
allegations contained In said Bill of
Complaint will he taken as confessed
Dated (bis Itth day of April. 197,4.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. IR
(Seal) Deputy clerk (Seal]
GEORGE 1 TALIANOF'E. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
4/16-23-30 3 7 ____ .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RED SUNSET 5c A.- l"c. at (935 Red
itoad. Intends to retftater said nam.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
ABB KATZEN
4-/2:i-3(i .V7-14 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN 111.. r
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEGEL'8 PLACE, at 1747. SW 32nd
\\eiiuc, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with (he Cleik of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK BEGEI.
P.KRTHA BEGEL
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2.118 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
4/23-30 7./7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gl'LF HOTF7L at 1315 5th 8tre*t.
Miami Beach, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JEROME G. LANGER
4/9-16-23-30 _____________^___^__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ql'INIELA PAR, at 235 N.W. 37th
Ave.. intends to register said nam-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dole County. Florida.
WALTER ZEI.I.ER. Owner
KESSl.ER & (JARS'
Attorneys for Applicant
17X2 W. Flagler St.
4/16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: is hereby oiven that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DOVER APTS.. at 1120-1130 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _,
LEON GOLDBF7RG
CLARA GOLDBERG
4.16-23-30 5/7
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.FRIDAY.
Begin Final Phase of Mass Cleanup
Drive; Units Seek to Reach Quotas
Final phase of a mass cleanup
drive in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Business and Professional Di-
vision began last week according
to an announcement by Sam" J.
Heiman, division chairman.
Led by Abe Kurman. chairman
of the traditional "Flying Squad-
ron," all trades units are gearing
their energies for a final push to
achieve the division quota.
Most difficult individual assign-
ment has been assumed by veteran
campaigner Kurman for the past
three years. He has volunteered
personally to contact a great many
prospects in the motels, food and
apparel trade units, as well ;is
other prospects requiring special
jittention.
M. J. Kopelowilz is serving at
Kurman's side in an effort to com- J
plete the work of the "Flying
Squadron."
Other trades groups expect an
early cleanup of outstanding as-
signments according to Heiman.
Enlisting the largest number of
volunteer workers in any onje trade
unit. Artie Kravitz. chairman of
the Retail Stores Group, has estab-
lished a record in worker enlist-
ment and card coverage during the
past five years. More than 50 volun-
teers are serving with Kravitz in
;he Retail Stores Division, account-
ing for a record number of gifts in
the current campaign.
One hundred percent card cov-
Architects Group, headed by chair-
man Irvin Korach. Nearly 80 per-
cent of prospecU cards have now
been covered in the Liquor Divi-
sion, according to chairmen Leo
('hick'' Chaikin and Jay Weiss.
Joe Mechlow, chairman of R>
, taurants. has urged his workers,
sholem Altschiller and Nathan
Namoff, to complete their UtlgD
mcnts within the next ten days.
Mechlow has been called by Fed
eration officials "extremely valu-
able" as a volunteer in covering
aMinments outside of his own di-
vision. In 1953, he was named
"Worker of the Year" at the 15th
annual meeting.
Heiman is continuing to receive
reports from more than 50 differ
ent businesses and professions
throughout Dade County which
have participated in the 1954 cam-
paign He predicted that the num-
ber of gifts would exceed those
made last year and that he fully
expected contributions "to match
1953 totals."
Simon Pollack Speaks to
Miami Hebrew Teachers
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami met Thursday eve
ning at Kneseth Israel COBgrega
turn, according to an announcement
> Louis Gadon. association presi-
dent.
Guest speaker was Simon Pol-
lack, president of the Hebrew
Teachers" Federation of America,
who arrived in Miami Wednesday
and was met at the airport by mem
oers of the local association.
Disussed at the Thursday meet-
ing were problems relating to He
brew education and the status of
the Hebrew teacher here. Gadon
revealed.
Brandeis Women
Install Officers
Election and installation of offi-
cers of the Greater Miami Chapter.
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, will take place
at the annual spring luncheon
meeting of the group at noon Fri-
dav in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg will be
reelected president of the group.
Vice presidents will be the Mes-
dames Joseph Duntov, Meyer Egg-
natz, Harold Thurman, Max Sha-
piro and Nathan Strauss. Mrs. Mar-
tin Belle will serve as recording
secretary, and Mrs John Temple
as corresponding secretary.
Treasurer will be Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz; financial secretary. Mrs.
Donald Rubin: assistant financial
secretary. Mrs. Julien Wtinkle; au-
ditor. Mrs Harry Platoff; and par-
liamentarian. Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Honorary president is Mrs. Harold
Turk
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will con-
duct the installation services.
The program includes Jean Be-
detti, cellist, and Robert Strass-
burg, composer and pianist. They
will play several selections written
by Stras.sburg especially for Mr.
Bedetti.
In addition. Mr. Bedetti will play
Kol Nidre. the prayer traditionally
sung on the eve of the Jewish Day
of Atonement. Program chairman
is Mrs. Harold Turk.______
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Beth Sholom, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, outgoing PTA presi-
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new Hebrew Section of the Beth Sholom Library in memory of
her husband, the late Isaac Lipson. The occasion was the
recent annual installation luncheon of the PTA. Mrs. Lipson
is a Hebrew teacher on the Beth Sholom staff.
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greetings will be eVi
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