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The Jewish Floridian ( May 14, 1954 )

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!ewbA)nlian Coablnto, THE JEWISH OMTY and THE IEW1M WEEKL JE 23—Number 20 islators \p Judaism incil Stand kflNGTON (JTA)— Speaker House Joseph W. Martin, Jr., i statement this week differ|h Ihe views of the Ameriuncil for Judaism. He said %  reeling he sent the Counfceent Philadelphia conveni no way implies any change ude on my part toward the Israel." [Martin said his record fav"the Jewish National State is kntl .-Mould be convincing." failed that he has been a |r of Congress for 30 years %  all Ih;period has been "a supporter of the Jewish Homeland." The com|tion sent the Council for n. he explained, was a form lg Intended only as a courta group assembled for a Ition. %  ve consistently supported ki for Ihe advancement of %  as a cause in which I conously believe," said Rep. | Me added that on a recent i Israel he was "happy to ob%  e excellent progress of this btion and to obtain first knowledge of the fact ttuU kh in I-rael as a free and input land has been amply Edward Martin. Pennsyl (tepubliean. likewise issued a fnt making it clear that he fct support the objectives of perican i ouncil for Judaism. nade the statement to clarpUcitj given by the Council klter of greeting which the solicited from him before Ivention. Sen. Martin said Per was merely a letter of pgs to an organization but in was an endorsement of any i derogatory to the developed progress of the State of Irefutation was made in confn with a speech delivered I Council by Assistant State fry Henry A. Byroade who pvised Israel to curb immiil!f a means of alla y> Arab [wore Zionist expansion." PRICE: TEN CENTS U.S. Zionists Charge State Department With Using Pressure Tactics on Israel Shown at a luncheon for Sponsors of Israel ore (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Cherner, hostess: Mrs. Fannie Selig, chairman of Women's Division, State of Israel Bond Organization; Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds; and Mrs. Anne Hijtschman. Sponsors are women who purchase a minimum ci 51,000 in the new Development Issue of Israel Bond*. Greater Miami plans to mark Israel's anniversary at a Bond affair al the Westview Country Club on May 22. (See Fage 1 B) NEW YORK (JTA)—The American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, official spokesman for all Zionist bodies in the United States, this week charged that the Department of State has adopted a new and "obviously partisan" policy in the Middle East by "exerting pressure on Israel to offer concessions to the Arab states on the assumption that peace may be purchased," and without any intimation that the Arabs are prepared to consider the slightest step toward negotiations for peace. Following a meeting of representatives of all national Zionist organizations, the committee issued a statement in which it took sharp exception to two speeches on ArabIsrael relations made by Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade in Dayton, Ohio, on April 9. and in Philadelphia on May 1. The statement reads: "A new line of policy in the Mid die East has been expressed by Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade in two significant speeches in which he has urged Israel to change its immigration policy and to make other drastic concessions King Hussein Asks for New Government Cabinet Falls; British Note Urges Direct 'Peace' Talk LONDON (JTA) —King Hussein of Jordan ha", summoned former Premier Tewfik Ahdul Huda and asked him to form a new government following the resignation of the entire Jordanian Cabinet as a result of a note delivered by British Charge d'Affairs John Richmond advising Jordan to accept the United Nations invitation for direct talks with Israel on the border situation. It was confirmed here that such a note was presented to the Amman government, but the belief was expressed in official British circles that ihe note was not responsible JOT the fall of the Jordanian Cabinet. The note was prepared by the o 0 ? '^ V*£. IPow 0i Stq,e John Fotrter Dulles, President Eisenhower Viinnf er ^"^a' "Arthur 'E. Summerfield shown at a rtv!, cerem ny recently introducing the new 8-cent >wa8.K mp to ** used for foreign-bound first-class mail, man £? SCene of a controversial address given by Rabbi UhirK P reside nt of the Synagogue Council of Ameroloo resul,ed ^ &* walkout of Arab officials and letters "X the State Department. Rabbi Salit characterized 'he only democracy in the Near East." la. Kmbassy staff in Amman "and was designed to mak clear the United Kingdom's position as the Security Council prepared to resume discus sion of the problem, it was stated here. It is believed here that a British note has also been handed the Israel Government. This one, it is understood, suggested that Israel return to participation in the IsraelJordan Mixed Armistice Commis sion. A full-scale debate on the IsraelJordan situation took place in the House of Commons when Laborite M. P. Arthur Henderson undertook to question Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Selwyn Lloyd on the British Government's position at the security Council, which today again debated the Palestine question. Mr. Lloyd told the House that "our primary objective in the current Security Council debate is to work out measures which will reduce tension between Jordan and Israel by preventing more incidents and by restoring to use the armistice machinery." On this basis, he stressed, the government did not exclude the possibility of instructing its representative at the United Nations to propose in the Security Council that Israel and Jordan be invited to high level talks on the basis of the existing armistice pact. This last suggestion was supported by Mr. Henderson, who also wanted Britain to suggest to the Security Council that the observer staff in Palestine be increased substantially. Mr. Lloyd promised that the government would keep the suggestion in mind during discussions of methods for reducing tension. Mr. LJoyd said that it was his impression that the observer staff had recently been increased from 19 to 32. Conservative deputy Godfrey Nicholson commented dryly that the more United Nations observers there were in Palestine, the more incidents there seemed to be among the parties concerned. Mr. Lloyd said he felt the difficulty in the present situation was that the UN truce staff observed what happened after it had transpired. The problem of how to prevent such occurrences, he repeated, was still under consideration. Committee Urges Washington Net to Arm Middle East States CINCINNATI (JTA)—The United States Government was urged here by the American Jewish Committee to cease giving arms aid to any nation in the Middle East "until a more peaceful situation develops in that troubled area." A resolution to this effect was adopted at a session of the annual meeting of the AJC national executive attended by 200 leaders lrom all parts of the country. Another resolution urged the strengthening Of the United Nations Palestine truce organization so as to make it a more effective instrument to prevent further clashes between the Arab countries and Is-1 rael. The session also urged the U.S. Government to continue economic aid to all Middle East nations and continue provision for the resettlement of Arab refugees so that the standard of living of Arabs and Israelis alike will be raised. "Economic improvement of all peoples in the area will create conditions conducive to the development of stable governments and democratic institutions," a resolution stated. —all without any intimation that the Arabs are prepared to consider the slightest step toward negotiations for peace. Thus, the Department of State is now exerting pressure on Israel to offer concessions in advance to the Arab states on the assumption that peace may be purchased. "The proposal that Israel limit its immigration to set Arab fears at rest strikes at the heart of Israel's existence. Israel was created to provide a homeland and sanctuary for Jews. We deeply regret that an official of our great country with its own proud record of sanctuary should admonish the newborn Israel to abandon its fundamental purpose. Byroad* Chided "Without discussing the merits of Mr. Byroade's proposals, we are constrained to point out that it is unprecedented tor an official of the Department of State to carry on diplomatic relations with a friendly government from the lecture platform. "But far more serious is the impression that Mr. Byroade has become the advocate of the Arab view that the responsibility for the present conflict in the Middle East rests with Israel.and that Israel must Jake the initiative to bring about peace. Every objective and impartial observer of the Middle East scene knows that the fundamental cause of the continuing unrest is the refusal of the Arab states to accept the very fact of Israel's existence and to enter into any negotiations with her. The Arab attitude, which Mr. Byroade euphemistically described as 'negativism,' is fortified and strength ened when. the State Department becomes its apologist." U.S. ar.d Israel at Odds Ambassador Abba S. Eban disclosed in Washington that he would call on Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to deliver a formal protest on behalf of the Government of Israel against the recent public statement of Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade which called on Israel to give up largescale immigration into the Jewish State in order to allay Arab fears. The Byroade speech, delivered in Philadelphia before the American Council for Judaism, was the second expression by the American diplomat of critical views on Israel within a short period of time. Both speeches were regarded as major policy statements on the Middle East and both resulted in sharp criticism and resentment. Continued on Pag* 8 A Imanuel Ctlltr "increases tensions"



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PAGE 2 A .aW/cA/fcr**r Talianoff, Chertkof Announce County Wide Clean Up; Reports Mark Gains A county-wide cleanup drive has been launched in the Combined Jewish Appeal under leadership of George J. Talianoff and George Chertkof. The two attorneys, known for sands of distressed men. women, and children from tension areas If Europe, provide food, clothing, shelter, and medical assistance to 165.000 sick and refugee .lews am <>ive settlement and -otlyjr aid ii *heir"varied activities' In Whnlf of'the United States rrfVr+nf or ex communitv welfare programs and pecteH reluuee newcomers In Mi local philanthropic. Have been se ami. C.1A dollars support th TV lected hv CJA officials to direct ices rendered our coramunitj the final solicitation of outstand through Mount Sinai Hospital. ing contributors | Bureau of Jewish Education Je At last week's report rally of the General Mobilization Division, plans were outlined by Chertkof and Talianoff which, if proper!} carried out, will bring the Division within striking distance ol their quota of $99,106. As of hist week, the chairmen, who have divided solicitation areas into Miami and Miami Beach sec lions, report that there is a marked increase in the number of gilts Irom the general community this > i ,ir compared with 1953 Chertkof and Talianoff predicts that a record total will he chalked up in this division before the date of Federation's annual meeting on May 20 and urged each and every famil) to participate in the drive bj making their contribution at ish Home for the Aged. Jewish So cial Service Bureau, the Center, and the National Council of Jewish Women Other major divisions have also accelerated their efforts to reach prospects in the cleanup period. Chertkof and Talianoff said lack Muravchick. chairman of the Hotel Division, reports an enthusiastic response from the several hundred hotels which participate in the drive each >car The two attrneyi also indicated that Abe Wurman, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal flying Squadron, traditionally assumes responsibility for coverage of the community's "unusual'' prospectl and has been eminently successful in securing contributions from nice, no matter how small or large | manv Yiew donors in the area Also The report rally program last week found veteran campaigners in the division turning in substan tial pledge collections and request ing additional assignments in the final cleanup week of the cam • The) Must Nol Stand Alone' a slogan which applies to our fellow lews in Israel as well as to the 54 health, welfare and cultural institutions in Miami and through "lit the nation.'' -aid Chertkof and ."it in a joint statement at : the < '.i A meeting Our contribution to CJA will strengthen Israel's economy, speed the movement to Israel ol thou Six Take Exam For Certificate After ten sessions ol the Jerusalem Certificate Course sponsored by the Bureau ol Jewish Education and tayght by Joshua Stadlan, five students of the class sat through is hour examination, accordg i" Herbert Zvl Berger, director ol Extension Activities at t he I an The examination was held here I is) WI eh Candidates passing will receive the Jerusalem Certificate Associate in Hebrew, from the He%  • %  • w University at Jerusalem offering their cooperation in the final cleanup will be EUbbl Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Leon Rronish and Rabin Joseph Narot, "ho have volunteered to reach outstanding prospects through a concentrated telephone solicitation campaign being organized at Federation offices According to Chertkof and Talianoff, M. .1. KopelowiU campaign leader of one of the first drives ever held m the Greater Miami area and a prominent civic worker has set up his telephone solicitation headquarters at the Federation office 1 (nun which spot he has initiated ,, well-planned series of contacts KopelowiU has announced that many prospects have I simply overlooked the deadline ol j the CJA drive and are happy to make their CJA contribution when i reminded of this fact Other major divisions included in the cleanup drive are Initial Gifts. Winter Residents, Women's Division and Apartment House Division "As .lews we must do more, give more, work bander than ever before in behalf of these humanitarian causes. said Chertkof and Talianoff "It we make the supreme effort that human needs and historic events dictate—the needy overseas and our own institutions in this community will not stand alone. Three Miami studentreceived the but will grow, upbuild, and preslorvvard to achieve unity, strength, and dignity.' the two chairmen declared Jerusalem Certificate in 1953. Purpose of the examination spofl sored by the Hebrew University lhe World Union for Jewish m Education is to stimulate the study i of advanced Hebrew literature The examination covers over loo chap-'I -ters of the Bible, several books of! j Post-Biblical literature and the I I works of such modern Hebrew writj ters as Ahad Ha'am. Biaiif, Agnon I and Yaari. The examination is given annual' j ly in over a dozen countries throughout the world. Miami candidates for the 1954 Jerusalem Certificate are Charles Liebman, Sam uel Vogelbaum. Sar^h Cohen, Anne Yanitch and Nina Lazebnik. Camp Sky-Top for BOYS AND GIRLS ROSMAN, N.C. Diree*r: NATHAN A. MILLER Dtan, tittle River Scheol 440 LAFAYETTE DRIVE MIAMI SPRINGS Ph. fvtt. Ph. Days 88-9704 87-77 IT THE IAKIIS Of "OyEM CRISP" (U M S k IT f IM %  AT Z 0 I S DtoWbuted by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. IMC. 14 N.E. 24th St, Miami 37. Flo. Phono 3-MM FRIDAY, MAY] "Ms Rabbi Irving Lehrman (center), spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, greets Combined Jewish Appeal leaders George Talianoff (left) and George Chertlfof ar a ;eport rally of General Mobilization Division. Rabbi Lehrman commended achievement of CJA volunteers in 1954, urged community support oi cleanup campaign. Yiddish Poet Honored on Birthday The well known Yiddish poet. journalist and essayist. Reuben Iceland, celebrated his 70th birthday Sunday with a dinner at the Embassj Restaurant Some 60 guests took part in the celebration. Poet I J Schwartz was master of ceremonies. He introduced Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. Yiddish journalist and critic, Ehiel Ix'sowoder. Or. Max Dobrin. Zevi Kessel. of Mexico < ity. and Yiddish poets Celia Drapkin and A. (ilantz-Leyele-. who greeted Iceland. Iceland became a member of the editorial staff of the Yiddish daily. "The Day," on which he remained until July 1. 1952. when he retired Since then, he has lived in Miami Beach, where he met and married live his present wife. Ida. They at 1024 Washington ave. Iceland published two volumes of poetry. Now he has ready for the press a new Book of poetry, a book of essays and a hook of memoirs of his childhood and youth. TERMITES SWARMING? CALL 'Otto' FREE INSPECTION mi OK IN *t-: flj [fB> •all 2-1776 Mtmber of S nol B'rlth North Dade Installation North Dade Jewish Center will install officers of the Center. Sis terhood. PTA and Men'.s Club on Saturday evening. Rabbi Jlenn Okolica will officiate? (iueM speak er will be Ben Kssen, Miami attor ney. with Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sinai of Hollywood spirit ual leader, offering the benediction. *" Miami \, ety for Hebrew dT t ? n *l States. Torah l/mew ah. with head quarters in Nev' Yrk City, ir sponsible f (ir t h( j eatablishnnM ol more than 50 da schools ,, var j oils I or at ion throughout th, 1 country Dr. Kaminetsky. author, lecturer and hi cator. will spen( | ^.^ Miami, where he will heads of the various !" and cultural organization,, confer with the faculty a Istration of the Hebrew, on the Beach and the' Academy in Miami. The Hebrew Academicganized with the cooper**. assistance of Torah lme*o|J yearago at which tine | Alexander S. Gross was ft | sentative and head ol the f j Organization Department. Dr Kaminetsky arnnd] I from Louisville, Ky. wherck I dressed a dedication dinar! Louisville Jewish Day Seal received a plaque in behaifj "exemplar; work" of t> sorah in founding Kento day school From Miami he it pro* Atlanta Gl where he i the fir-l officer! of the I I)a> School. Dr Kaminetsk) el the Tides Hotel dunnj I here He will li liver the urdav morning at the Academy on: "The Sinai 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AT*. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Style. SHND YOUK SUMMIR VACATION IN TNf BtUf RIDGE MOUNT* Osceola Lake Inn HENDERSONVIUE, NORTH CAROUNA Joe •• %  SPECIAL REDUCED RATES—Weekly Throughout June M5 Pe SPECIAL FAWILV SEASONAL RATES • New Swimming Pool and' ihildren't Wading Pool • Jewnh.American Cuinn* — 3 Meal* Daily • All Room* with Shower or Bath. • Shuifieboard. Pinrj-Pong. Handball. Rowing. Fishing, w. Riding. Wienie Road*, etc Call or Writt: P. 0. Box 764, iftrtdersonville, N.C CHAPILS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI H Trie most valuable .1 possession of Riverside is trie good will of the families we serve. DAY WORKERS S6 and Far* Hotel Moidi r.rt.r. bitawather* Celarad MaHi-Pert Time *r Nil Tim* in Private Uemet ACE EMPLOYMENT HO I



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Uy, MAY M. 1954 fs. Friedland to Installed L ,, Hotel will be the scene {installation'JunclMOfl <>f the u Chapter, American Jewish js, al i" ||,n on Monday, May t^i Irving I.ehrman will in[ihe officers. Mayor Harold | will extend greetings to nests Mrs. Harold Shapiro r..e the invocation. Mrs. Ben oi js chairman of the day. jeers to be installed are the \, H Larry Friedland, presiJoseph Singer. Sidney FingM Jack Edwards, vice presiBinah Winoker, treasurer; Goldberg, financial secreJack I.evenson, correspondecretary; Ida Cohen, record%  tcretary; Henry Berg, social wan: and Harry Koretsky, |ge Will Meet uhine Rebekata Lodge No. 9 |neet in the Lyceum Hall, 25 ijggton ave.. on Tuesday, May k; 8 p.m. krhwerger Unveiling I dedication of a monument lie memory of the late Sarah J verger, formerly of 6721 fl'h St., a> held Sunday, May m .it Mt. Sinai Memorial Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. \i-.y officiating. Mrs. Rauch,. i~ survived by her husband. two sons, Samuel and Harry, MI daughters, Frieda Achrg and Pauline Solo: a brothI* rris Hcrling, and a sister, VSchechter. Mrs. Rauchwer .-• a member of Congregation El. Arrangements were in I,il Palmer's Miami Monur 'ompany, Brown Unveiling The dedication ol a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Brown lo,meny 01 ,,v 0 CoIU ave Mian,. Bwch, will take place Sunday, May 16 2:3(( J £ MeMheloa officiating. Mr. r is survived by his ,fe. Rose \, rangernents ** in c*jr*ge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend Oboler Double Unveiling The dedication of monument to the memory of Bessie and Morris Oboler, formerly of 1415 uh ave Miami Beach, will lake place Sunday, May 16, 2 p.m.. at Ml Nebo Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Oboler are survived by one son, Albert and two daughters, Sylvia Bernstein, of Miami Beach, and Mrs Mary Bass, of New York. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend ^Jwistrtmridton Sussman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Miss Miriam E. Sussman, former 1 v of 3621 NW 14 ter.. will take \ ace Sunday. May 16. 2:30 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Jo seph Narot officiating. Miss Sussman is survived by her mother, Lena; two brothers, Morton, of Miami, and Sydney A., of the U.S. Air Force, and a sister, Jeanne Blumberg, of Tampa. Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. • l i t 11 a r i o H he si,,,,,,,, i, v h „, 7a .,1 i,. B E i C2E PHILIP PAGE 3 A ten, M,. BOM Genet, Miami Beach, •'I I Mn. Barah Mfakoff, New Vork ',!'";< % % % %  < %  %  < > Burial wai In New u ,h J*'' Beach Riverside re % %  < local arrangement! EDWARD SCHEER •HS< 1 away Monday. Mai i at all 1 •'-nil sw ,,,, M tfelV."' %  %  "•" il-J; 1 ." %  ''•' %  > ':i.-ir: ,. tor, Mrs. nyra samueli i Ml-\ml; four Hlatera. Including Mlw r'rleriu hchctr, i.t Miami: nil two grandchildren. He wax a Miami rPMi'leiit in: M.11and %  member of the Jamea Carnal, Maaonlc Lodge, Mabl Temple, MlAm-1 grotto, Kliis Lodge, B'nal B*rlth ami Tflll|i|p lxi.nl. Arranv. !ii,-nl> ware la charge of Gordon'* 1 Home, arltb Interment in Mount Nebo ('emeti i lifl Unveiling dedication of a monument memory ol the late Flora P. formerly of 617 Fast DiLido Miami Beach, will take place Map 16, 2 p.m.. at Grace ?ark Cemetery, with Rabbi Narol officiating. Mrs I,ew irvived by her husband. Benand three sons. Cyril A y Gerald, both of Miami, and ol Beverly HiUs, Cal.; also hter. Mrs. Cecelia Wilchins, Hnhoe, N Y. Arrangements charge oi Palmer's Miami 1 •' %  ( ompany. Friends and e are asked to attend. Rein Unveiling be dedication of a monument In memory of the late Hyman %  formerly of 1901 SW 29th ill take place Sunday, May Ml., at Mt. Sinai Memorial %  emetery, with Rabbi Max officiating. 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PAGE 4 A Lupih>rMiai7 FRID A Y MAY] wJenisli Meridian Published every Frid.y aince 1927 by the Jewieh OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Stree' Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 Ploridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida Entered at second-class matter July 4, 1(30, at the Post Office "61 Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 187*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Th. Jrl"h Fl... IrtiHn d..,, not WWlJ* <** K h Itli oi th.merchandise % % %  uertlwd In ll columns r-'W''WW"'WWW-'\^• s u One Yur SCP'PT $3.00 ON RAT Two Years C • 15.00 LEO MINDLIN ,-j.ri. v News Editor Friday. May 14. 1954 Volume 28 Number 20 Iyar 11. 5174 Mr. Sharett Tells Byroade Israel's Immigration Policy Must Continue It seems to us to be a matter of general agreement that Israel owes much to the United States in the historic announcement of its independence back in 1948. It is also a matter of agreement that Israel has, to the best of its ability, sought since that time to show its recognition of that debt. In this regard, the Jewish State has definitely placed itself at the disposal of the West when a neutral position might have advanced its fevor in the eyes of the Soviet empire. Israel has turned to us for technical and financial assistance and is already repaying some of its obligations incurred in the name of economic end industrial progress. In short, Israel has made no secret of the fact that its government wants friendship with the United States on a total basis and that it will not, like other nations, seek personal advantage as a reward for beinq on the "right side" in the cold war between East and West. It was therefore extremely pertinent for Prime er Moshe Sharett Tuesday to tell our government that this past relationship which the Jewish State has been buildinq must not be :sken for granted. The firey Prime Minister was, of course, referrina to Assistant Secretary o! State Henrv A. Byroade's two major addresses last month. Principally. Mr. Byroade had advised Israel to curtail immigration as a means of allaying Arab fears which pathologically center on "Zionist expansion." In essence. Mr. Sharett informed our government that the Assistant Secretary's advice was kind but unnecessary and that it did injury to the Jewish State's most sacred and precious asset — an open door for the ingathering of exiles. Mr. Sharett, it seems to us, also wisely rapped Henry Byroade on the knuckles for remarking that if the USSR let the Jews out of the Soviet Union, it would be only to create turmoil in the Middle East. This was all part of the youthful State Department official's wisdom, but he did not reckon, as did Mr. Sharett, on the fact that such observations play directly into the hands of Russian divide-and-conquer policy currently wooing Arab favor in the Middle East. The exchange between the two men seemed to us to be that of an experienced diplomat chastising the errant, if witty for his age, child. We trust that Mr. Byroade will look upon Mr. Sharett's reply to him in that manner and profit thereby. We have only one reservation in the anticipation of such a prospect: our governments haste in printing and making public the Assistant Secretary's addresses at Dayton and Philadelphia without the benefit of subsequent conference in Washington. .ISSKs Annual M • I SHOULD HAVE POINTED OUT THAT part of our effort J the worth of our way of life la to prove the worth of the meansi ploy to combat its enemies. If I cannot accept the heroic proa Mr McCarthy, then there must bo time for me to flay him Bit] must also bo time for me to seek out a new hern and to dn his value. '.> do otherwise is to bring (o the American sense of philosophical poverty alien to it. I should have pointed out in my rejection "( McCarthy i that he can never be a proper agent in the anti-Commum-t( could have said more clearly that Fascism was an ideology op no philosophy and therefore a brutal force designed to non channeled aggressions of the mass of human kind For* son, McCarthy might have been an effective anti Fascist ust where passions ran high and where reason was obscured said that Communism, contrarily, is an ideology expressing i philosophic attitudes, that the Communism currently ensuring! of people behind the Iron Curtain is the Fascist brand tl intellectual expression — of the political and socio-economic I we are forced to combat in the war of ideas. In that sense, every Soviet embassy in the West is an i the propagation of Communistic concepts designed to attract Ihi of the intellectual. It is clear to most observers, therefore. Iff munist officials prefer doing business when they must with theC ist whom they JKpfess to despise and with the intellectual %  proven to be t heir softest touch. The history of American lahri the end of the nineteenth century and the rise of trade-u case in point. Labor and the unions especially have been | poor breeding grounds for Communism; this is astonishing hi I the fact that sensibility would have us believe precisely the r to be true. The more perplexing revelations of Communist i !" **| arts, science and education seem to serve as a directions w anti-Communist activity in our nation. (This fact, too, must M ed within the scope of its limitation; the uncovering of C* in these fields has been marked by an appalling wm ^* ments resulting from non intellectual agents whose methods* more applicable in the battle against Fascism.) I should therasj pointed out at the B'nai B'rith meeting that a different kinflj cover operation is needed from the one lone and notorwair now in operation, if our government's battle is to be su • • • • NONKATIONAL TECHNIQUES SUCH AS those employ^ current Senate sub-committee and its Wisconsin chairman B^S fore of necessity prove to be a failure in the battle against here. Continued employment of such techniques putsiw vantage because it provides the opportunity for further con of the enemies in our midst whom we seek to uncover > iheir disguise, identify themselves with us — *> Mr. McCarthy, for example? An enormous crowd gathered at Flamingo PW •jj' to honor the dead heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto. Of W*-v gathering, few knew anything about the true character tion" that sponsored the affair There, was an WJ^KS to the fullest extent — the sponsors on the Tight nae ~ in no other fashion. rlannnlH A prominent communal worker, referring to the: jj %  rally, said to me after the B'nai Brith meeting: wanj R 3 died in that Ghetto uprising. Why have we W WfJ man alliance with Molotov and von Ribbentrop •-"*,. Stalin smiling benevolently above them? Now ,hey T L v use and make scathing attacks against McCarthyism. i %  (0 fortune and identify themselves with our noble* w their cause." ^ I should, indeed, have discussed alternate and **J3 to be employed in the current war of ideas There. hJS pro.Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Commit ^ JeWS this sort in mind. That is certainly a good V 11 "?' {rte doms • %  deeply concerned with the maintenance of our oasi ^ ^ i the efforts aimed at protecting them while txa "* political those who employ auch freedoms illicitly to hide w ^ of ^ As Jews, we are on occasion mentioned in the n ^^ rightly or wrongly accused of Communist ctlv l > o Mf c,rtW true that we take a negative stand with regard io tbere fore "pro-American" agent of our government. d |j r If more and more vocal in sach dimensions wn ( j e inocn* t non-rationalism anathema and which look to mo ^ policing in accordance with our traditional sense I preseata



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ly, MAY 14, 1954 WwMncrictian Astor Stars in Biltmore Playhouse i M rs Rat^N^ied m %  %  A %  • > I'm Ik • %  PAGE 5 A luction of Noel Coward's Comedy ( ( Lives.'' Noel Coward's i comedy, opened a two gapement at the Biltmore ,se this week and brought igtor to Greater Miami thea•s [or the first time. Astor plays opposite Rex a nd a cast which includes C'onway and Marianne j The stage, screen and star is excellent as and O'Mally turns in "al fine performance as |ly selected Miss Astor as |ing lady because of her fay with Coward'splays. the screen has taken up 1 her time, she has played Itently on the stage on the bast and in stock, appearing award Everett Horton in I the Married." "Tonight at jfith Estelle Winwood and lliui Nugent in "The Male J Summer, she toured in bhy." the cabinet minister in fcliY" Mine which finished >ii showing Monday night, la hosl ill admirers. JBtc Lives,' will be pre|by the Biltmore players excepl Monday, 8:30 I wit h matinees at 2:30 both and Sunday. ile Emcmu-El to Board Member |k EmanU'Kl will honor IrvUtzman. a member of its pf Directors, at a special kudos mi Saturday at 5:45 fctordinn to Samuel Friedfesident I Irving Lehrman and offiI the congregation will pay 11" Schatzman in "apprejof his outstanding service %  Tcmpii' for the last six I hatzman is treasthe Men's Club, co-chairIhe i her's Committee, |n-i Vou h Breakfast Hosts I <>i the Education It Bureau President Mrs. Maltilda R a ner. communal workerhai been elected president Of the Bureau ol Jewish Education tor the year 1954-1955. •She |g known here as one of the Charter members of Federation, ,n i ^u rea u f Jewish Education and other local agencies. Mrs. Ratner has also held key posts in Miami s Bonds of Israel campaign. Along with Mrs. Ratner the following officers were elected: honorary president, Max Meisel; honorary vice presidents, Harry Simonhoff and Israel Shapoff; vice presidents, Harold Thurman, Sol '.oldman and Joseph Duntov secretary. Ben Zion Ginsburg; and treasurer, Sam Prosterman. The election meeting held at the Bureau building on May 10 also adopted a new constitution, calling Mr*. Sander* to Mte installed Mrs. Helen Sanders, newly i Korsun, Bernard Lowenthal, Doris elected president of the Miami Medcove, Gershon Miller, BenjaBeach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wornmin Reich, David Rott, Leo Rubin, en, will be installed on Tuesday, I Louis Shafkin, Ray Shainess, May 18th, 12 noon, at the Empress I Charles Silvers, Jack Silverman, Hotel M; n K.,„i c. ..:— n u o-x...i Hotel. Installing officer will be Mrs. Ida Optner. vice president of Dist. No. 5. Officers being stalled with Mrs. Sanders are vice presidents. I Mrs. A. Schwartz, Mrs. H. Stern, F„_: oe D.:,,,, fl-_-„J to. D. Brown and Mrs. B. Rimer;! t ntnes Bein ATIFROMDIST.2 T HE DADE COUNTY %  0AID OF !^'i'...i.d.ii,, MKy lii, d '"' u "' l < %  'ISriE ISSVS: —^"*-1i —* Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-f resh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens ... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds You just add hot water., .and instantly the bum ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A Product ol Gfntrol Foods THC ONLY INSTANT COFf WITH THAT OOOD-TO-THf-tAST-DHOP FLAVOR! f



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PAGE 6 A -MfMcrMtor FRIDAY MA I Lila Pearl Becomes Mrs. Rosner in Candlelight Rites; Week Air Force Officer In a candlelight double ring ceremony at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday May 9, 6 p.m., Miss Lila Selma Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Herman Pearl, 1823 8W 14th ter.. became the bride of Lt. Sheldon Joel Rosner, son of Mr. and Mrs William Rosner, Jacksonville. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky officiated. Maid iff honor was Eleanor Janowitz. Mrs. Arthur Pearl was matron of honor. Bridesmatrons Included Mrs Alvin Rosen and MrBeryl Weinstein, with Sharene Dearr acting as flower girl man was l>: Jack Rosner, with Arthur Pearl, B-r\ I WYini and Alvin Bobbins, ushers The bride's paternal grandmoth er, Mrs. Helen Pearl, attended the wedding. The bridal gown was styled In imported embroidered nylon tulle le with a lace neckline, long • i ves, fitted bodice and b wffant embroidered tulle skirt thai ended in I :ti Her lour tierred veil ol in nch illusion fell ire" matching tulle sweetheart shaped ; Shi i orchids on .i Bible Mrs, Pearl wore .• mauve rose cen lace ballerina-length gown with deeper velvet trim, She wore HclCllC Rcilljis PlttllS an orchid to complement her gown. Airs. Sheldon Koir.er The bride is %  < graduate ol Miami Senior High School. She was president "f Tri Beta Sorority LI Rosner is %  graduate ol Jack sonville High School, received hie in Business Administration at the University "f Florida and member "t i'i Lambda Phi raitj At present, h.' is in the an early fall wedding in Miami. Air Force and will go to German) Mr ^nnan ,. the KM ol Mrs after the ueddmi: ..,..„ .j J Hilda Berman. Baltimore Md and A cocktail party ami formal dm ner was served ... the Algiers Ho the lj "' David Berman. tel The couple will tour Florida Mi*a Bengii graduated from Milor their honeymoon and will live ami Senior High School and atin German) lor the duration ol Lt i -t.i\ in service Ronnie Lou Ha skin Hetrothal Told .'.ml Mrs i: n Baskin 1301 SW 21st • m mi ed the enenl ol theii daughter, Bonnie • i Martin Liberman, son of ind Mrs Albert Liberman, 2822 SM 13th -t at a dinner held the immi diate (amil) on %  Da). Sunda) Ma; B in Saxony Hoti Mi mi Ek ach The bridi elec a c -r iduate ol G • %  • % %  High School, where she was activi Shi Una the I'niversitj ol Mi Miss Katz Hecomes Mrs. Nisson Pearl Rabbi Morris Skops home was the scene of the wedding on May 4 of Dolores Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz. Brooklyn, NY. and Nisson S Pearl, son ol Mr and Mrs Moses Pearl. San Diego, t'al Rabbi Skop. Corai t.ables spirit ual leader, was assisted by Cantor Irving Robinson. The bride graduated from BrookIvn t ollege and was active in Var-il\ Dramatics Society and a major in paychology. Mr Pearl received the BS degree from the University of California ,,t Becfcele) and the MA degree in social service administration Student Leader to Be liar Mit/v a K Robert Fabric will become Bar day from 4 i Milzvah on Saturday morning. May parents, w 8 P-. &, Mi reMr 4l 15. 9 a.m.. at North Shore Jewish (enter Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Robert is the son of Dr. and Mrs Ben L Fabric. 7508 West Treasure dr Treasure Island, and formerly of Milwaukee. Win. A seventh grade student at Nau tilus School, the Bar MiUVah is a aboo, Wis. ", Out-oMem gu, Dr. and Mr.. „?£ Mr !" d Mrs i*J kee. *" •111 I For Kail Wedding The engagement of Miss Relent Kdith Bengis and Philip A Ber man i~ announced by the bride-; elect parents. Mr and Mrs Morris Bengis, 2990 SW 17th st. The couple are now planning on ^. tended the University of Miami, I where she was affiliated with Sig-i ma Lambda Phi sorority, Theta \ Mrs. Nissan S. Pearl from the University of Chicago. Presently. Mr. Pearl la branch supervisor of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers, His bride is youth activi tit supervisor Ol the GMJCC Town Branch. The couple are honeymooning in Nassau and will make their home in Miami. Dublin Bar Milzvah James Dublin, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Dublin, vice president of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will become Bar Mitzvah at the 8:30 am. services on Saturday. James attends the Hebrew Ac.id em) Cantor Abraham Self will ofI ficiate Safcerf Fabric member of the band there. He al so attends North Shore Jewish Cen ter Religious School, of which he is a student president. He is edl tor of the Religious School news paper and a leader and gabai of the Junior Congregation. A reception in Robert's honor will be held at his home on Sun Gilbert Cohen was iarj vah a! Flagler-Gra ish Community i May 1. A reception L in his honor at the % Manor. Out-of-town L included Mr. and Mn.( Ziegler, Brooklyn, N bert is the son of Mr.; Ben Cohen, 11 SW! Miami. TSEEXP CARLl Thi Souths Outstariist Jewish Camp lor Boys I Girls J HENDERSONYILLE, N. C. Olractar. Winfon L. Mealier, Principal Woodward Hifk School. Cincinnati. Ohio AU for b-och-r.: Mrt. Joffl Ar—I*. OwHt, ISO M..ie,c A., Miami SeachT H. 51 IIS?. Mr, A. Haydn.. 2111 SW. 21 it $• %  Ph. B .If Boulevard" N •'.,' "' -. Phone j-vesi ll No Al ** %  I r Rabb.'u, ll S x\PH0T06RAPHY for All Occa'.'.om 3D C010R or r**" BLACK t V.'HITE RALPH BARGTEIL 83-8431 TERMITE A REE INSPECTION • 5 YR. GUARANTEE • BONDED • INSURED MIAMI 3-5210 MIAMI BEACH 58-7341 EXTERMINATORS, Inc. % •urdine's SUNSHINE the home of •re. IT 8. pat off. 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MAY M, 1954 +Jeistifhrklian Norman Glassman Bar Mitzvah Here Worrit en Form Group United Cerebral Palsy tion of Miami has formation of Unit. The •h, i Orlin was Bar Mitzvah (urday morning at Beth | Synagogue. A student lenandoah Junior High he also attends Beth [Religious School. Marine son of Mr. and Mrs. Orlin. 2014 SW 17th tuests of honor at a rein Sunday included his teal grandmother, Mrs. I Gordon, and a brother, )avid Orlin, who flew Hn Fort Bragg, N.C. An Maj. William Gordon, ktsburgh, Pa., wa3 also fnt. jloyees Mark irles Rosenthal Birthday AssociaMr^TZ^r T £ ,J?' and I n f M,ami has bounced the sjwasrww ars o f a Miami w,,mpn-s on Saturday. May 15, 9 am at the I un ls heat,e( l by Miami Hebrew School an-! CongreMesdamea Claire Arlen, proxigation. > I dent. Elva Mae Merchant, first 'The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenani vice President, William Joyce, seedoah Junior High School and plays ond VKC P^'dent. Paul K. Nun in the band. He also is a pupil at | ,PVr ecordin secretary, Ruth" Elthe Religious School of t'h> Miami kin corresponding secretary' and Hebrew School and Congregation. r dwanl Weiss, treasurer. Norman is Junior Rabbi of the Junior Congregation. He will conduct services, read the Sedrah in the Torah and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Cantor Berele Kelemer will chant the musical portion of ihe liturgy. Out-of-town guests are Mr. and Mrs. M. Jaffe, maternal grandparents of Brooklyn. NY.: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jafie, ol Brooklyn; Dr. and Mrs. If. Steingold, Norfolk, Va.: Mr. "and Mrs. M. Classman and daughter Maxinc. Brooklyn: and Leonard Glassman. Brooklyn. Kenneth Jay Light To be Bar Mitzvah Kenneth Jay Light, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Light, 4736 Pinetree dr., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 15, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will officiate at the 10:45 a.m. ceremony. Kenneth is a student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends Beth Sholom Religious School. lemploM lemorial! '.irk ami Irthdav of the six River( hapels. located in Florida, celebrated if their 77-year-old em. (Ini Irs Rosenthal. at a r-danre on Thursday evening, |al tin Hotel B'.-lmont Plaza. cnthal started the business 56 pgo on the lower East Side York and moved uptown blluHini; year. His sons. EdMorton, are associated Dim. peen 250 and 300 persons at the affair Lapel pins indii ih of continuous in Ihe company, anywhere [five to :(."> years, were preTen have been with the ii s. nine for 25 one (oi 30 yean and three • Ri< i rside Chapels are ''I in Manhattan, Bronx, Wyn '.I .ii Rockaway, Miami Miami Beach. A seventh has under construction in Mount fc"ii N Y and will be ready r'ponim: on June 20. 1954. Shapiro is Speaker Regular Oneg Shabbat of the Miami Young Zionist District will be held on Friday. May 14, 8:30 p.m.,, at the home of Marilyn Duchon, 501 SW 27th id Guest speaker will be Harold G. Shapiro Shap.ro is a member of the Board of the Gabies Zionist District. (oral Final Plans to be Made Beth David PTA will meet Monday. May 17. 8:30 p.in in synagogue made for 30 picnic. on the Final plans will be the organization's May "Ploy-Jos of Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York and r-da celebrate the 77th birthday of Charles Rosenthal. foun"and head of the organization, at a dinner and dance in Belmout Plaza Hotel. New York. After he presented lapel in recognition of long servica to 117 of his employees. fKnnl'a sons, Edward {left) and Morton (right) thought their P !" oYsorved an emblem, too. having started the organize'" Jb Veers ago in a tenement in New York's Lower East Side [company is now completing a seventh memorial chapel l0j n!Vetnon, N.Y. MRIY RESERVATIONS for famed Summer Rc$rf i. ia p amot Duncrcggan Inn "If foCuiima S.'ion May 30th AMERICAN PLAN. UGINNING AT $60.00 A MIK ,'fe Booklet Your Hoili. Blanche and S.d •he Mo mtains HENDERSON VILLE to Oct. lt Barf tell Philip Bernard Malter, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Malter, 3447 Sheridan ave., will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday morning. May 15, 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will officiate. Philip is a Nautilus Junior High School student in the seventh grade and attends Beth Sholom Religious School. Kenneth Among out-of-town guests will be Mr. Jerome Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Light, of New York. A reception honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held at Chary's on Saturday evening. Masadct Slates Picnic Fourth annual picnic sponsored by Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionist District will be held on Sunday, May -16. at Oreynolds Park. A rdmo Harriet Susan Newman, daughter of Mr. ancj Mrs. Abraham Newman, 725 14th > pi., Miami Beach, will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 15, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Harriet is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School and attends the Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. A car pool will leave the northeast corner of Washington ave. and 17th st. at 11 a.m. In charge are Selma Schenkman, Gloria Waldman, Bernice Dacks and Ira Joseph. This week's contest ends mid:'.ite Satur day, May 22nd, ana features HOME" MIIK i:0HT CREAM. Send your entry to HOME MILK, 24S1 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, and you may win $25 for your favorite recipj using IIGHT CREAM WIN '25 IN HOME MILK'S BIG CONTEST tacit week HOME MILK selects one of its quality dairy products—you send us your favorite recipe using that product ... if your recipe is judged best by the contest judges, you will win $25! and your photo and recipe will appear in this newspaper! WINNER OF HOME MILK'S DRY COTTAGE CHEESE RECIPE CONTEST MRS. JOHN MUCKLOW Actual state laboratory tests prove HOME MIIK exceeds stati nutrition requirements by 13.1o. SERVE YOUR 3340 N.W. 15th Street, Miami, Florida HERE'S THE S25 PRIZE-WINNING HOME MIIK DRY COTTAGE CHEESE RECIPE: COTTAGE CHEESE T0RTE (Cake) 2 cups fine 2w?ib.ick crumbs 1'i c.ips sugar 1 teaspoon cinnr.mon cup nui-d butter 4 eggs '" teaspoon salt 1!-j teaspoons lemon juice I teaspoons grated lemon rind 1 cup HOME MILK Cream l< lbs. (3 cups) HOME MILK COTTAGE CHEESE 4 tablespoons flour '• cup chopped nut meats Mix Zweiback with cup suqar. cinnamon and butter. Bet aside %  %  cup to sprinkle over top. press remainder of crumbs into a nine men pan. lining bottom and sides with waxed paper. Beat eggs "with remainina 1 ci


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PAGE 8 A •'J^w/*^#fcr**t/7 FRIDAY Hospital Board Names Trustees Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital held its fifth annual meeting here last Thursday. Meeting committee included Joseph M. Rose, chairman. Joseph Lipton and David Phillips. Reelected to the Board of Trustees were Leonard Abess, Joseph Cherner, Samuel Friedland, How ard Kane. Joseph Lipton, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. David Phillips, Joseph Rose. Jacob Sher. Mitchell Wolfson. Emit Uould. Sidney Letcourt and Max Orovitz, hospital president. Louis Wolfson. Charles Fruchtman and Leon Jacobs were elected to the Mount Sinai Board before a crowd of some 300 persons and will attend their tirst Board meet ing scheduled for the near future. Marcie Liberman became the first life trustee at the hospital Executive director Samuel Gcrtner reported that service patient days 1 had increased to 9.300 in 1953. I clinic pettlDU service had risen to 18.246 while patients treated in the emergency rooms totaled 7,096, a new hi^li Nominating Committee report mi nude be •' Oenfcd Lewis, oro' viti delivered the presidents re port and Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. said the inMAY] Dr. Katilaw Cited ByTa!^ In recognition of his work in Dr Mili^T***' work in obtaining employment for persons i awarded -, partially disabled by heart disease Milton H """"led arht^M vocation. A skit, "Annual Report Come to Life, by Mr Sylvia Cljcrtkof and I m'ercT aTT "***! directed by Mrs. Gershon Miller, state


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[MAY 14, 1954 SlmaftifceaBM &# tf W?s Foster C/7rf Program #ere PAGE 9A f Directors and memberI,e Jewish Social Service [Greater Miami, at its anlin;; held last Sunday on tch. opened a communityhaign for the creation of a fll.i care service. So Ackerman, elected to %  dency of the Bureau at |jnn. proposed a resolution recognized that a Jewplacenvnt service is frequired in our commuth;it the Jewish Social bureau no longer attempt k c sole responsibility for jopment of such a program It he Jewish community Greater Miami Jewish FedAckerman to iSB President eo Ackerman was named 1 of the Jewish Social Servian at the organization's final meeting held Sunday Llborne Hotel. Mrs. AckerIcceeds Mrs. Stanley C. named to office were AlI. David Catsman and Mrs. Kelig, vice presidents; BerJllani. treasurer; and Mrs. Stand, secretary. Cted to the Board of Dilere Mrs. Selig, Mrs. My|-bert Sther. Dr. Emanuel Mrs Moe Feingold. Mrs. trfrr and Rabbi Shmaryahu |, representing the Greater fcabbii \--ociation. members ol the Board are 1 Mrs. David Kirsch, Per Rubin. Dr. Stanley and Bernard Weksler. fert Scher, chairman of the licational Service Departfince its inception and a of the Bureau Board for It 12 years, was honored presidential citation on be[ Mr. Eisenhower's National He for National Employ the D.'y Handicapped, natation was made by H. pcLindcn. special placement at the Veterans AdminisjHospital and local represen|o a former Board p of the old Jewish VocaSfrvice. Stanley C. Myers was honthe Miami Chamber of rce with a citation for her F nehalf of physically handiP Placement here. She retires [eiiice after three years as President. I Ackerman has long been P for her participation in cullnd social welfare activities. "a Board member of the Jew "•wen's Service of AtlanU [Participant in their Technical "•ry Group. (jeUve leader of the Miami P '1 the National Council of P omen. she has recently [tn>nal acclaim in connection P r r Project for blind children JiHd by the Council. She was |* ut eader for five years, is m "ft he Temple Israel Sis!" nd of the Women's Aux1 ">e Cancer Institute. '•a patroness of the Miami a.:"!!?' ,he University of MiP'Phony Orchestra and of ULl f er She has ,on ft w,th ^e Jewish So* Bureau, having been a tk rts Board for many eration be asked to undertake to plan for the greatest possible development of such a service The adoption of this resolution followed a report by the Bureau executive director, Albert Comarior. Comanor asserted that the absence of a Jewish child care service constituted a basic defect in the welfare struction of the Jewish community. He declared "that it was an anomaly in the over-all welfare scene of the whole community, that the situation was tan tastic." He pointed t>ut that there is no other Jewish community with a population greater than 15,000 without such a service. "There are, Comanor said, at least 75 Jewish children in this area who this year will desperately be in need of foster placement who will not receive it. These children are condemned to neglect and abuse and fail to receive adequate opportunities for proper growth and social development. The child denied a proper home and essential parental affection particularly needs to be aware of the accept| ance of responsibility by his own group and community. The person in need," he went on. "has the right to an expression of his feelings of belonging to his group, and I this cannot be properly or ethical! ly denied him. The facilities of the non-sectarian services,' therefore, Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers examine the annual report Mrs. Ackerman succeeded Mrs. Myers as president of JSSB. do not constitute an answer to the needs of such children or their parents." Comanor subsequently said he did not believe that Jewish families would make use of services which are not Jewish sponsored.. ''On the basis of the experience of other communities," he explained, "we might expect in Miami that at least 95 children a year would need this kind of help. In 1953, only about 15 Jewish children were placed by the foster placement agencies in existence here. "Of all the social service activities which can and must be conducted by a Jewish community as a manifestation of their very basic character and responsibility, care of children is the most obvious and natural one. At a time when Miami, along with other Jewish communities, should be engaged in the development of special means of treatment of disturbed children and contributing to the straggle against the rising delinquency rate, we are still dealing with such elementary questions. Of all the major communities, Miami alone failed to share in providing a haven for the immigrant children who came to this country in the immediate post war period. This was entirely because we had failed to create the appropriate program." It was pointed out at the meeting that the Jewish Social Service Bureau hud made efforts to bring such a program into being and its establishment has been approved by the Community Chest and the Welfare Planning Council. Comanor is a member of a number of national bodies, which include Professional Practices Advisory Committee of the United Service for New Omericans, the Jewish Family Services Planning Committee of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and the executive committee of the National Conference of Jewish Communal Services. He is a past member of the National Casework Council of the Social Welfare Assembly. He has worked with children as the general administrator of the European Jewish Children's Aid; overseas, as the Welfare Officer for UNRRA in several provinces in China; and on the local level, as the general case supervisor of the Foster Placement and Adoption Service of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Pittsburgh. Comanor is a member of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Jewish Children's Service of Atlanta, a regional agency. In Miami, he is a member of the Board of Governors of Federation and a past member of its Executive Committee, vice chairman of the Family and Child Care Division of the Welfare Planning Council. For the past two years, he has been chairman of the Miami Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers. I i H Ladd McLinden, representing the Miami Chamber of Commerce and President Eisenhower's Committee n Emp^men of the Physically Handicapped, presents a Presidential Oita tr JtoESH Scher (or leadership in handicapped placement. *2*^ >med as mmi?. anrt chair !" n of the m tee. Mr. and Mrs. Leo p5 h l0n S,ime "*idenLs ffin. A.'" 8 C me Dere ln [i g ,he war Mrs AcKerl ,Sp, r8 asatem P r ry reserve Stewart Ziegler to Be Stewart Harvey Ziegler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ziegler, 3681 SW 19th It, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 15. 10:30 a.m.. at Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader, and Cantor Irving Robinson will officiate. Stewart attends Ponce de Leon Junior High School, where he is in the seventh grade. He received his religious training at Coral Cables Jewish Center, where he is a member of Boy Scout Troop 64. The Bar Mitzvah will address the congregation. Kiddush will'follow conic Bar Mitzvah the confirmation ceremony. A reception is also slated in Stewart's honor at his home on Saturday evening. Among guests of honor will be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman. Rockaway Park. Long Island, NY., and Mrs. Martha Schwartz. Brooklyn, N.Y. Simon to Speak Tobias M. Simon. ADL chairman of North Shore Lodge, B'nai Frith will address the Winx B nai B nth Girls on Tuesday, May 18. 8 p.m.. at the home of Lois GoldfiBger. 1750 71st st, Miami Beach. Mrs. Baltuch Heads North Shore Women Mrs. George Baltuch was named president of North Shore Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, at installation ceremonies in the Morroco Room of the Casablanca Hotel on Wednesday. Other officers named include the Mesdames Max Davis, Samuel Falick, Milton Feller and Eugene Schwarz, vice presidents; Ben Berkowitz, and Philip Kenner, corresponding secretaries; Nat Stein, recording secretary; Leon Rapee. financial secretary. The Mesdames Milton Shaw, social secretary; Sam Rudnick, treasurer; Karl Greenberg, parliamentarian; Lawrence Medoff. historian; Edward Newman, sentinel; Charles Raab. guardian. The Mesdames Dan Wolfson, counselor; and George Levenson, Mark Silverstein and Jack Wein, trustees. Mrs. I. Blacker, luncheon chairman, presented "Success Story," a comedy written by Mrs. Trixie Levin and directed by Mrs. Annette Don in Reservation chairman was Mrs. Esther Lerman. Albert Comanor PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer, of 4534 Sheridan ave., announce the birth of their daughter, Dale Meredith, at Mount Sinai Hospital on May 6. The new arrival joins oneyear-old Dorianne Gayle. Mr. Meyer is public relations and publicity director for the City of Miami Beach. iS is ir Mr. and Mrs. Mark Berger. of 2621 North Moreland Boulevard, Cleveland, O., announce the birth of their daughter. Deborah Ann. on May 1. Mrs. Berger is the former Shirley Neilinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Neilinger. 1101 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berger, of Cleveland. •to is is Mr. and Mrs. Richard K, Fink, of 5025 SW 74th tor., announce the birth of their son. Richard Morris, on Sunday, May 9, at Mercy Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. Dorothy^Krieger Fink, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Mignonette Curiell, Los Angeles, Cat, and the late Dr. Morris Zimmer, formerly of Newark, N.J. Great grandmother is Mrs. Moses Krieger, Miami Beach. %  ir ir it Mrs. Max Bergman, of 790 NW 13th ct., has as her house guest her sister, Mrs. Nettie Weiner, Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Weiner will remain for several weeks. • Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daughter, Beatrice, of 242 Meridian ave., will leave for Jersey City, N.J., to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew and cousin, Harold Altshuler. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler. -to is -to Mrs. Freda Newman embarked on the Queen Mary Wednesday, May 12, for a two and one-half month tour of Europe and Israel. While in Europe, she will visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Newman, and children Eric and David. Mr. Newman has been on the continent since February, photographing the Western scene for Life, Holiday, Fortune and other magazines. is is ix A daughter, Ronna Sharon, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Gorfine. of 1460 Marseilles dr., at Jackson Memorial Hospital on May 5. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gorfine. of Baltimore. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Miami Beach. The Gorfines have two other children, David and Lynn. Election Set Here Beth David Sisterhood will hold nominations and election of officers at its next meeting on Wednesday, May 19, at 2650 SW 3rd ave. The Nomination Committee consists of Mrs. Max Bergman, chairman, Mrs. Samuel Badanas. Mrs. Sidney Kaplan, Mrs. Abe Kasow and Mrs. Isidore Fein. Katz Opens Office Gerald Katz, consultant, announces the opening of his new office at 927 Lincoln rd., suite 219. For more than 20 years, he has been engaged in an advisory capacity as consultant for the solution of collection and credit problems. Katz was recently elected treasurer of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.



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PAGE 10 A + le*nt nvrkUan Emanu-EI Women Slate Installation Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood installation luncheon will be held at the Saxony Hotel on Tuesda 1 May 18 Hits, Murry Grossman, chairman. reports that 500 members and quests will witness the reded'xation ceremony. Yellow linhted tapers, with golden stream of ribbons amid a background of pastel-colored spring flowers, will complement the decorated dias and elevated officers tables Program will include the formal installation of officers by Mrs Irving Lehrman. a vocal rendition by Cantor Philip H B:ummer. a dra matic presentation, entitled "Scroll on the Door Post." enacted by Mrs. Gershon Miller. Boris Pritcher and Bob Lyons: and a keynote address by Rabbi Ininy l.ehrman. K m a n u-El spiritual der. Mis Joseph A Barman retiring president, will turn over the level to Mrs. Irving ('>pen Making a final check on the setting for the Temple Emanu-EI "•' %  *; .p,-n Sisterhood installation luncheon is Mrs. Raymond Golden, in Serving with Mis. Grossman on charge of arrangements, and Mrs. Murry Grossman, chairman. the committee are the Mesdames Raymond Golden, arrangements and decorations. Henry Cove, tick ets; Herman Mechlowitz and Erwin Karson, reservations Lewis M Kcott, hospitality: Samuel Ginsburg, treasurer: Jules Chaining, pn booklets, and Lillian Goodman, Samuel Lurie, Henrj Waitzkin and Hi I rj Hillman Bay Harbor Islands Club Names Officers Mrs Shah Silverman has been eelected president oi the Ba) liar ior Islands Cldb for the coming ir, at a meeting held this week t the Bay Harbor Pool and I i • Club. The club idevoted to the social Integration of the i itizens and n -I of the town Elected with her were Dr J. I i vaux, fir.-t vice president; Gorman, second vice pi MrIrene Robinson and l-.i •elle Coopi • i cretarj; and Mrs Selma Cipes, treasurer Elected to serve with them lor; %  year on the Board of Directors vere lira Man.Bloch. Dr Ifelvin Klott, Dr Robert Rosen, .Ionian Davidson, Howard Miller MrBen .ini.ii Newman and Eugene Coop-1 er Film Series lo bo shou II at Librai v Miami PublicLibrary's "Magic Carpet" film series will take, on May 20th. at 1 and 8 p.m.. its audi ence to Africa The pictures shown will be i.. Miss Goodman Named President ol St. Louis Club of Greater Miami Miss Lillian Goodman will be installed as president of the St. Louis Club of Greater Miami at its annual dinner meeting on Sunday. May 16. 6:30 p.m.. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Outgoing president If. J. Kopelowitz will act as installing officer. Serving with Miss Goodman will be Sol Goldman, Kopelowitz. Mrs. Sam Nit berg. Morris Ollanik and Mrs Kus-ei, Winer, vice presidents; MrAlbert Ladd, recording secretary; Mrs Jacob Rudman. correipondini -ecretary. Mrs Nat Wolf ton, financial secretary; and Mrs Sam Brown, treasurer. Mi-Goodman ipresid nt ol the I R Goodman I hapter of Hadas Joint Installation Shio May T.i For Hvth Uar'ul Annual combined installation of the Beth David Sisterhood. }•[ \ and Hen's Club will take place on Sunday. May 23. 6:30 p.m.. at the Dil.ido Hotel. Lottie Bandel will act as installing utficer. Mrr. Max Shapiro will be master of ceremonies, and Mrs. Maurice Mamches will give the invocation 'the program will include vocal selections by Cantor Maurice Mam ches and Harold Berney. with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Harold Berney. • Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, will be the guest speaker. Co-chairmen for the affair are Mrs. Sam Dickson and Mrs. Sam Badanes. representing the Sister hood: Mrs. Sam Leviten. represent ing PTA; and Edward Safer, of the Men's Club. The committee also includes the Mesdames Harry Laufer. Harry Zuckerman and Herman Goodman. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-il Mi.nml.r-litn.Mt. drnli ln I,, rnaj.iKe In %  uainva* unttop tht fi, tltloua n i i I IK IIOFMRAt' BAR RB8TAIH ANT, MI 171 OlraJda *.*•„ Coral Qai>lea, Intemli t,. register wi.i n. %  < Hir ci.-k .,f ihr Circuit Court ..f Dad* t*OUnt>', Florida. HENRV.MARTINRl.LI, Own*' KBXSI.KR A BARH tttnrnrya foi AI>II|H mi 1781 U l-l„ K l,.r Si i/U-11 H ***** Mf/i Fleischer Edyth Fleischer Named Head Of Regional Women's Council Installation ol neu officers for the year 186448 of the B'nal B'rith Women's Council of South Florida will take place on Wednesday, Mav 19, 7 30 pm. at a supper scheduled for the Shelborne Motel. Mi-Edyth Fleischer will serve SB president: Mrs Gerald P. Soltz. first vice president. Mrs Dave Alper. second vice president: Mrs. %  "•%  i-.-.-..,, ,,,.*|ri> -iiii-ni mrs. •ens Africa a only Republic." Peter Glaxer, third vice president ignt to North Africa. Mrs Harvey Herman, correspondThrill River." and the l.,t.-t News Magazine ot the Screen Tickets are free and may be obtained at the main library and branches on Monday. Mav 17. at *i p.m. The library has just printed its counselor mi' secretary; Mrs Irving Laibson, recording secretary; Mrs Mu Bohrer, treasurer Mrs Daniel Wolfaon, historian; Mrs Karl lireeiiberg. parliamen tarian: and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, Mrs Harry Kaufman is chairman of the m-tallation Habbi Irving Lehrman will be the guest speaker, first film catalog which it is gi\mg to all organizations on request listed are more than 75 films own ed by the library and films placed on deposit by sponsors such as General Motors Corporation. NaJhl^itn^in lf.f d ?? Canada and Rabbl Ma > tr AbwmowH*. spirit he United States Department of ual leader of North Shore Jewish Interior, Bureau of Mines. These films are loaned free, for -twenty-four hours, to organizations lor showing to their members Dr. Frank B Sessa. director of the Miami Public Library, says. "I hope that program chairmen of Miami organizations and clubs will lind this new service of the library helpful to them." NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE | COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 16W28 HAZEL uis.-lf. Plaintiff, \ IRVINC. wiM-ii ivfendani Pi IRVINi; WISI 11 To II HiniMf.li i, A I.. HlllKli.il A irnilCK K.i-I SSth Stlrrl N. i' Torll. N V Vim ,i .... DM • : 1 answ.-r lo DMBUI Of Complaint r.i i tivon .on th.olatntlnTii attoi n> ami tn fit. ii,,. orlalrutl anawar In th ofrkw <>f th.i'l.-ik of th> Clrrult CVmri "" "i ••• I tinr.ih .iiii with tiii Court <'lnk. ami M-I v I, .., ,,|.i thrraof upon plainilffs iiii..rn.-v AltTHI'R Ci •IOTTLIEB, ISO N i: Snd .Wrnu. Miami, Florida; on or Dcfort Jun II) M I' (JRKKN, ivputv der* %  ll-21.-s I I NOTICE UNOSR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is in:i:i:r,v OIVEN ih.n the ini(l<-r.s|jrii.-(l. ilr.ohln^ lo ,-IIU.IK,In luisiioHI, ,l.r ihn.-tti IOIIM ium %  •( I.INKIt IVI-KH SERVICE. :.t M N 1: 'Sth sir.-.-i. Intend lo rrclatei wild name with tha < "lerk of thr Circuit I'oui t of MHII. I'oiinti n.n I,la. JEKH RKRECTA BERNIK '. H-i'i-rx — ii of oll-aoeaW' S4 single—SS1 Coroge Acco W'it for FREE ** and "Sptciol CoerleTj Joteph loonli. I joh J. FaavM H0UI.' iTH ST. WEST OF I A4i lillian Gaa.aia. Israelis are Guests • inter, addressed %  Mothers' Day party of Pioneer Women. Club No 2, at the home of Mrs Pauline Ka. sow. 7222 Trouville Esplanade on „ m, mhor ol h* Board of Sunday. Mrs. Bess Spener, of Israel, Brt,MWi University Women's Aux was in charge of entertainment liar > and Temple Emanu-EI Sis ^I^J^JS* 1 ^ 1 ^ -. rh ."" d a d > M"ron Bay-Bee Diaper Service "•flint MI*HI'* f,,il ni Bobl Oi An Exclusive laundry for Diapers a 2111 N.W. 10th AVFNUI Mrs. Nehamah Vanitz Hannah Hochberg and Mrs Fight at Dinner Key Pierre Hernandez meets Chris Chnstensen. the Danish welterMay Seeks Z0A Presidency NEW YORK The candidacy of Mortimer May, Nashville. Tenn.. weigh, champion in a 10"round S %  lor the presidency of the Zionist ture bout Saturday nigh Mav 4 > m?nt M ^fV Aron! >. Fred Organization of America was an at the DinnerTey Auditorium ma FS A Davis Sam Fried nounced here following a meeting! ^uniionum, man Esther lerman. Abe Wolff of 60 leaders of the organization. V .,,7~Z '. [ tlln w" and Uuis Buch ^ who gathered to exchange views Kiddie Show Scheduled n w .'" Goldst 'n nd Jul .,n the forthenmino -i7.K nn .„l _. lir—. ..... Ian Kurlander of the St Ix>uis Chapter. Order of 1 1 tun Star She is the sister of the late I. R. Goodman, who was the first president of the St Ixnm < lub. • Board of Directors are the Mesmes Abraham Aronson. Fred liange • 11 the forthcoming 57th annual national convention and the future program of the ZOA. Mays candidacy was unanimously endorsed by the meeting in which ZOA Regional and District leaders participated. West Miami Jewish Center Sis terhood will present a children, show. "Kiddie Kapers of 54 •• on Sunday. May 16. 7 p.m., at the Center. Chairman of the affair is Mrs Alfred Lampert. ian Kurlander I (,l '""'j; red /ur years ago. the St Louis Club has a membership of over 200 persons who formerl? re the rr" f iT ,s and now S *" hnW ,e r M,J ni arM The db holds regular monthly meetings. I hinvrrvlu appreeiate the €>xpreH*lon of eonfidvnrr givvn to me by the voter* ol Hade Comntu in the Primary. May 4th. i shall eontimme to administer mour court in a '' impartial manner to the mu ability. Sineerehh _. Judge Marshall* *'*



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MAY M, 1954 LH^/fchHfcw PAGE 11 A |STS CHARGE U.S. WITH PRESSURING ISRAEL % inued from P9 1I A Ln accompanied by KeuEh' Israeli minister plenicalled on Mr. Byroade and. in a 45-minute disLnught to familiarize him details of the Israel objecjhis speech An unusual L ue from the State DeVafter the meeting indicatL. department would reIproK'.-ll)epartment action in rusntation of the communique Ed by correspondents as Inely unusual step. The Courtes) and protocol is kt the Department allows puAmbassadors who call department to make whatCments they see fit withimmediate rebuttal. State ent spokesman Lincoln %  sasked about the departure from the normal custom. He replied that it was caused bv the "enormous publicity" surrounding the issue. ed for the American people "Mr. Eban." the communique added, "was informed by Mr BvMr Byroade himself was to leave Knmlf h^l^Lilt, ft*? for Istanbul to preside over a four day conference of American diplomats in the Middle East. In its communique, the State Department asserted that Mr. Byroade "explained to the Ambassador that he had felt impelled to speak frankly on what seemed to be some of the underlying causes of the Arab-Israeli dispute beause it seemed to be increasingly affecting the security of the Middle Bast —and, hence, that of the United States. He said he felt the American people were entitled to such information, particularly in view of the new evidence of Russian intentions in the Middle East which had not heretofore been highlightiberg to be Guest Speaker at Beach ie Affair; Miller is New President n EdeNberg, Washington btative ol the Anti-DefamaJguc. B'nai B'rith. will be aker al the annual instalbnquet and dance of Miami I Lodge. No. 1591, B'nai Ie he held on Sunday eve16. 6:30 p.m., at the Sax1*1. %  ol li, I-berg's address The Washington Scene." k-ter fur the banquet will \l.e J Talianoff, a past preside Lodge. rt J. Balkin. retiring presibe presented with a at the banquet in recognihis sen ices to the Lodge Ithe past year. [fleers and trustees fctalled at the affair will r>hn S Miller, president; peckerman. Jack J. Gold, loldberg and Michael Sossin, e-ident.lack M. Fink and Stein, -ecretaries; Irving pun. treasurer; Gilbert J. monitor. Meyer Teigman, ptmonitor. Daniel M. Broad, and Sol S. Goldstrom, kees are .tack August, Joseph |o>. Jules P. Channing, Paul nan, Abe Frankel, Sam A. |ein. Harold Turk, Siegfried and George J. Talianoff. President-' Advisory Com| includes Get>rge J. Bertman, C. Kovner, Harry ZukerEodfrey K Newman, Samuel lapiro. George J. Talianoff BBEBMBB ernment had interpreted his re marks on the subject of immigration as an intervention in Israel's internal affairs. It seemed to him that it had overlooked the basic point in that portion of the speech, which was that the Arab world does have a fear of Israeli expansionism at some future date to meet the needs of an expanded citizenry. The tact that such a fear existed reached the Department daily m its many reports from all over the Middle East and was confirmed by frequent first-hand observation in the field of visiting Demrtment of State personnel." The Byroade speech aroused considerable resentment in wide circles in Israel and came in for sharp criticism in the United States. In Washington. Rep. Emanuel (eller charged that the Byroade speech could "only increase existing tensions." He asserted that the speech "strikes at the very heart of the reason which has led to the support of Israel by both the United States and the United Nations." This specimen of Erinaceus Auritus is a direct descendant of the long-eared hedgehog referred to as "kipod" by the prophet Isaiah. He has just come to the United States from the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo in Israel as part of a gift of 27 animals, birds, reptiles and insects from the National Committee for Labor Israel and the City of Jerusalem to the City of New York and the Bronx Zoo. Tifereth Israel Northside Center Center Slates Joint Installations Officers and Board members of Murray Tropp, vice president and Cershon Milltr and Gilbert J. Balkin. The invocation and benediction at the banquet will be rendered by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. ol Temple Emanu-EI, a member of Miami Beach Lodge. Edelsberg has served as Washington representative of the AntiDefamation League for six years. Prior to becoming associated with the League, he served as counsel to a number of congressional committees. He is an attorney by profession. Meeting Announced Miami Hebrew School and ConJ gregation will have a regular meeting on Wednesday evening, May 19, at 8 p.m.. it has been announced by H. M. Drewich, president. Hebrew Free Loan Plans Installation Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold an installation dinner on Sunday, May 16, 0:80 p.m., at Beth El Congregation. Isidore Schwartz will accept his third term as president of the organization. Schwartz is a charter member of the Woodmen of the World, member of the Masonic Lodge 808 Olympia. Odd Fellows Mount Sinai 72. Goodwill Group, treasurer of the Kniahts of Pythias, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Board of Governors and on the Board of Beth El Congregation. F. Eckelhouse will be installed as first vice president. Others are Mrs. Anna Block, second vice president; I-eo Oster. financial secretary; Harry Goldberg, treasurer: Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Zelda Kunst, recording secretary. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Tfilah, will be guest speaker. Guests of honor are scheduled to include Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, of Miami and Miami Beach, respectively. Mrs. Rose Pertes will act as installation chairman. Supper committee includes Mrs. Pearl Krieger, Mrs. Bessie Rosenberg, Mrs. Rachel Sackowitz, Mrs. Anna Block. Cantor Nathan Zeichner will render several musical solos. Investigating committee are Louis Weintraub, chairman, life Rappaport and Max Siegel. the Congregation and Sisterhood of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center will be installed by Rabbi Louis A. Cassel. spiritual leader, at a secretary; and Ralph Hollander, treasurer. George Weisbaum will be master of ceremonies, and in charge dinner dance in the Di Lido Hotel of arrangements are Cele Lakin, on Sunday. May 16. 7 p.m. Cantor Albert Glantz will render appropriate vocal selections. Congregation officers to be installed are Herman Kutun, president; Theodore Pearlstein, first vice president; Morton Breitbart, second vice president: Ernest Iser! son, treasurer; Al Kurzban, corresponding secretary; Rose Roher, recording secretary; Adele Zuckerman, social secretary'; Leo Freeman, sergeant-at-arms; Abraham Freed. Jack Meyer, Morris Laster; ESlias Pollack and Joseph Jarlow,, Gaboyim. Roard members are Jack Berke,' William Altman, George Weisbaum, David Collins, Ralph Hollander, Maury Eisenberg, Harry Rollnick, Marshall Comis, Herbert Hochfelsen. Irving Weisbard, Rubin Kutun and Estelle Kutun. Sisterhood officers to be installed are Adeline Krantz, president; Pearl Wexler, first vice president; Ann Harris, second vice president; Bess Goldfarb, third vice president; Hilda Schwartzburg, treasurer; Marion Weinthal. financial secretary; Sylvia Pearlstein, corresponding secretary; Lena Halpern, recording secretary; Sandra Herman, social secretary; Adele Zuckerman. parliamentarian. Board members are: Lois Weiss, Lilliam Hochfelsen, Tess Rollnick, Estelle Kutun,' Cele Lakin, Elinor Weisbaum, Helen Benn, Mollye Altman, Pearl Berke and Naomi Roth. Men's Club officers to be installed are Morton Durst, president; Rose Roher. Leo Freeman and Mor. ris Laster. Mrs. Bert 5. Klee Human fdrisbcra I Hari Story Nd for WTVJ %  T ( urt Martial of Mata *' vm K facts behind the „,II"L Was an international in be re created on the dra!" ^isi.mprogram, "You Are n WTVJ P m Sunday Ma y 16 2! HT ,he p a es ***• %  *all the dramas presented 2 Are rhete," which is spon on alternate Sundays by Floril u Ugnt Co n Amer"! n business-managed elecMrs. Klee Named Honor Mother Mrs, Bert S. Klee of 2902 Alton rd.. Miami Beach, retiring president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. was chosen "Honor Mother of 1954." at the annual Mother's Day service on Saturday and Sunday. She was selected from a list of candidates by a committee consisting of past Honor Mothers, Rabbi Leon Kronish and educational director Sydney J. Greenberg as the mother who has rendered outstanding service to Beth Sholom Religious School during the past year. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, presidentelect and Honor Mother of 1953, pinned a corsage on Mrs. Klee. Tribute was also paid to Mrs. Benjamin Sabin, of 841 West 47th st. Mrs. Sabin is PTA chairman of the Children's Keren Ami Fund and financial secretary of the Sisterhood. FWu nd Power companies: 321 Biarrita dr., Miami Beach, will be highlighted Graduation week at the Normandy fcnooI, ^^ May 24 when the Normandy by musical activities ^ ^XT,e quidance of bandmaster Al Cairou and dram leader School Band and Drum Corps under tng atefl An aU day presentation of musical James Curtis, will present a £>^ h !" nggr^ ^ ^ May ^ ^ mclude ^Z:X^Z^A Normandy School Vocal Coup. Co-Chairmen of Hillel Ceremonies Revealed Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk and Charles Fruchtman, industrialist and philanthropist of Miami Beach and Toledo, O., will co-chair the cornerstone ceremonies at the Hillel Foundation on the University of Miami campus Sunday, May 23, 4 p.m. Mrs. Teena Katz. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Sidney Suss and Miss Edith Simmons are assisting. Building committee includes Jerome Adelman, Morris Alpert. Stanley Caiden. Gil Schwartz and" Matilda Ratner.



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%  -Ai^fiM^yr^ss^?'^^ HSHB5 R G P BjBff gfi JemvMUEIIiDinidliiQun FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1954 SEC. B yarqtions are Fraction Of West German Export By SAM MILLER Telegraphic Agency 3jus cently expressed the hope that Ger psychological and nany wi.l in future years make the them ,he momentum' anT^ves?higher amount available, in lien ed interests generated bv anv with the proviso of the pact that! large-scale program once it is un the West German Federal Repubder way lie shall endeavor to discharge its reparations obligations within the shortest possible period. Whether his hope will be realized it is impossible to say at this stage, just as no man can predict In the initial twelve months, Germany has delivered reparations goods on schedule and lived up to the terms of the Agreement. No difficulties are expected in the 1954-55 fiscal year. It is an encourwhether Germany will live up to | aging sign that, for the first time! the minimum obligations she has assumed. In a country' which has undergone such astounding changes in six years, and whose future remains a question mark, 1966 seems a very long time away. Public opinion surveys reveal that the German man in the street it will now be possible to place or ders for goods that are to be delivered a year later. Compared to the outlook a year ago. a better long-range prospect now exists that as long as Germany's economic prosperity is sustained, she will honor her underopposes the paying of reparations takings toward Israel. Reds Say Migration to Israel is Illegal Action NEW YORK — "Aiding Jews to emigrate to Israel is the new 'crime' in the standard Communist lexicon of felonies against the Kremlin. Sentences given to five a virtual slow death, is another link in the long chain of anti-Semitism being forged by all Red satellites under the Kremlin's direction. It is one more tragic confirmation of Studying plans to obtain maximum members as "Sponsors" in the new State of Israel Bond Organization's Development Issue are (left to right) Mrs. Mathilda Ratner. chairman of Communities for Florida State; Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman. Women s Division; Mrs. Jacob Sher; and Mrs. Julius facobstein. Development Issue Sales Pass $200,000 Mark; Scene Set tor Founders Dinner Cl~.. „f TS .. _. non-Jews, former high oificials of, the American Jewish Committee's lor the disturbing fact that [Germany has set the ameunt make available for the cornJar not at the $73,800,000 stipin the Luxembourg AgreeI as Germany's normal annual but at the rock-bottom num of 559,500.000 which had provided for in an escape so as to give Germany some m case she ran into hard the semi-autonomous Slovak cabi net of ten years to life imprison ment for allegedly helping Jews to escape Communist persecution marks another step in the Krem' ^in's intensified anti-Jewish camnriii paign. This statement was issued by the American Jewish Committee to Radio Free Europe as comment on the news from Czechoslovakia that five former Czech officials, all nonJews, had been sentenced to long prison terms for aiding Jews to escape from Communist tyranny. The statement continued: This latest purge trial, which condemns these former officials to warnings during the past year that anti-Semitism has continued unabated in Russia and its satellites after Stalin's death. "Major links in this chain during the past few months are the conviction for treason of tour Czech diplomats, three of them Jews in May, 1953; other links were the secret trials of a member of the Israeli Parliament and another Israeli citizen in August and October; and the jailing of nine defendants, eight of them Jews, after another big trial in Prague. The Slansky trial in November, 1952, was one of the earlier major maniContinued en Page 8 B Sales of Development Issue State of Israel Bonds passed the $200,000 mark this week as leading mem bers of the Greater Miami community prepared to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the State of Israel at a dinner for charter members of Guardians of Israel to be held in Westview Country Club on Satur day. May 22. Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of ihe State of Israel Bond Or lanization, and Mrs. Sher will play boats to the Guardians at Westview. Guardians, or "Shomrim," are men who invest a minimum of $1,000 in the new Development Issue. "I sincerely believe that in a community of more than 60.000 we will find at least 500 sufficiently interested in the New State to be come Guardians," Sner declared. Sher emphasized that although the dinner was designed primarily to honor charter members of the Guardians, both men and women were welcome to attend the function. At the same time, he extended congratulations to the Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Fannie Selig. for their efforts in recruiting members into the Sponsors of Israel-composed of women who purchase a like amount in the new Development Issue, which has just been launched. "These ladies have been doing yeomen service, setting the pace not only for the Greater Miami community but for the entire country," Sher stated. He revealed that more than 50 women had already purchased their minimum of $1,000 in the new issue. A special broach for the ladies and pin for the men will be presented in the near future to each purchaser of a $1,000 Development Issue Bond. In a joint statement, Sher and Mrs. Selig explained that at the present time they were concentrating their efforts on the special purchasers, those of $1,000 and up Events are being planned, however, for the next 60 days aimed at the smaller investor. A luncheon for charter members of the Sponsors of Israel was held at the home of Mrs. Joseph Cherner, 5045 Lake View dr., Miami Beach. Both .Mr. Sher and Mrs. Selig presented reports at that time. Sher this week expressed the hope that as many as possible would attend the founders' dinner for Guardians to be held a week from Saturday 'at Westview. "We are planning a real celebration for Israel," he said. "The party spirit will prevail, and we want to send Israel the best birthday present possible on its Sixth Anniversary: Our best wishes and the investment capital so vitally necessary for its agricultural and industrial development." Eye Men Named to Departmental Posts Named to departmental po-tin the Southeast Florida Optometric Association at the group's May meeting Monday night were two Miami Beach eye specialists, Drs. William Julius and R. R. Bradford. Dr. Julius will serve in the SFOA's department handling visual problems in schools, and Dr. Bradford was appointed to the legislative department. The appointments were announced by Dr. S. G. Schneider, president of the SFOA, who also disclosed plans for the forthcoming Florida Optometric Association convention and arrangements for the participation of local area optometrists. %  ; Xis--—" wmm^:mi;:M^zz: &f ^mrnmrn^ £ %  • ft > mm n < it HY elected officers, directors and trustees of Temple Emanu-El were formally fed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at an installation service which took.place Ljday evening. Samuel Friedland, reelected president, responded wi h rjj" of devotion to the congregation he helped to found First row le to fj* Nathan Glo*r. Dr. Herrnan Mechlowite. Sol Goldman. A1 Suss£ Charle. Fruchtman, Harry Sirkin. Samuel Friedland. Rabbi L^ !" Z l a ianoU &1 H^erin. Joseph Lip.on. Michael Tose William jnd Lewis Escort. Second Vow are HaVry Levine. Harry Muteon. Benjamin *'5 a K y Boden t*in. Morris Kriegel. Morris Cohen. Milton Weinman RayW Abraham Mason. Harry Koretzky. Edward Singer Al OsheroH. (rear) are Jack Burris, Max Boderman, Raphael Yunes, Sam Katz. Jules Channing. Daniel Broad, Samuel Magid, Julius Rosenstein, Irvin Katz. George Goldberg. Harry Seligman. Max Sulken, Simon Rubin, Henry Waitzkin and Allen Goldberg. Absent from picture are Mayer H. Frankel. Joseph M. Rose, Ben Binder. Joseph Cherner, Bernard Feiner, David .Levinson, Samuel Lipton, Oscar Mamber, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. I. Louis Mintzer, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Irving Schatzman, Alfred Stone, Joseph Berman, Leo Chaikin, Henry Cove, Leo Eisenstein, Raymond Feiner, Hyman Forrest, Dr. Stanley Frehlinq. Maurice G Furman, Sydney Gans. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Nat Hankofi, Dr. Sherman Kaplan. Julius J. Perlmutter, Hank Meyer. David Phillips, Joseph Postol, Milford S. Purcel, Samuel Ritter, Samuel Rivkind. Bernard Rodins and Harold Turk.



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PAGE 2 B + k>ldi nark/Ian Annual Federation Dinner to Honor 1,000 Volunteers and Leaders Here More than 1.000 volunteers and campaign leaders will be honored at the 16th annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Thursday, May 20th. Richard I. Berenson Hi'reiison Again Chapter Head Board of Governor-, of the chapter ol National children's Cardiac Hospital this week announced the reelection of iten lire slate of officers for the com ins year Richard I Berenon will be presi scheduled for the Di Lido Hotel. The annual social event is held to elect officers and trusteeof Federation and to name delegates to the Federation Board of Governors from some 60 community organizations. The meeting marks the official close of the Combined Jewish Appeal conducted in the | Greater Miami area by Federation for the purpose of raising funds to support local institutions and some national and overseas agencies, as well as rehabilitation programs in Israel. According to Federation president Carl Weinkle. the evening will be dedicated to the many volunteers and campaign workers who have participated in the recent drive to secure $1,491,806 A campaign report will'be giv i en by chairman Aaron M Kanner. who will issue special awardto outstanding workers for achievement in the current drive Chairman of the annual meeting. Mrs. Fannie Selig, has named a group of Greater Miami's prominent women civic leaders to head the major committees for the annual event. Mrs. Louis Glasser, a Federation trustee and three times head of the CJA Women's Division, has been appointed chairman of the Reservations Committee. Serving with Mrs Glasser will be the Mesdameliar old Spaet. David Phillips. Sam Si1 honhoff. Sol Silverman, Aaron Kanner. Henry Seithn. Morris Goldin. Leo Ackerman. Matilda Rattier, Morris Alpert and Milton Sirkin. Program Committee will be headed by Aaron M. Kanner and Abe Kurman Mrs. David Bass and dent again < >therto continue their 11 duties in their ceinclude Uuto JF^LJSE H h '" *"*! Pokress. executive vice president; tfJ^SSft hosn-sses. and Milton I. Dreyfus. Benedict F Mrs Saul Herm n w,n sprvp as chairman of the Dinner Committee The Garden Club of Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary is in charge of decorations. Danhaum. MrOscar Krankel and Robinson, vice presidents 'MrJanette K Jacobs executive irj Maurice C Coon, I urer R WilliamApte. a--i-tant treasurer; and Sol Goldstrom, sec-i**. ., ~~Z retai election at Zamora Sam Cohen, who died last week.' A meeting and election of offi ucceeded on the Board of cers of Zamora Jewish Center will by his son. Norman he held at the Center building on • -hen Wednesday. May 19. 8 p.m. Tillie Lewis' KOSHER DIET PUN provides a wide selection of Tasti-Diet Foods for enjoyment at Fleishig'e and Milchig'e meals. Enjoy rich-tasting Kosher SALAD DRESSINGS ... lose pounds a week! Cftifitd Kothi, mad a rv* ay KASSI i. M MUAS Tasty salads drenched in tangy, xippy Tasti-Diet Salad Dressing contain up to 76% less calorie*. Tillie Lewis TASTI-DIET SALAD DRESSIN6 TASTI-DIET CHEFS MISSING • WHIPPED MESSING Alia Syrupy fiuilt and Si DotMrli and many oin:, at yam favorite titra MARGARET ANN an* KWIK CNEK STORES FOOD FAIR CARLS MARKETS STORES MIAMI RETAIt GROCERS STORES TANNER ami B THRIFTY STORES FREDERKH S MARKET SHEll'S SUPER STORE STEVENS MARKET %  SMJ et yeer favorite toad stere Fred Jonas has been reelected president of the Miumi Beach-Istael Zionist District, largest Zionist District in the seven-state Southeastern region of the ZOA. Active in many local civic and fraternal organizations, Jonas is also regional membership chairman. Serving during 1954-55 with Jonas will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Samuel Prosterman, Leo Robinson and Phillip V. Salmon, vice presidents, and Seymour B. Liebman, chairman of the Board. Democratic Club Endorses Kendrick Dr. Samuel Gluck, president of the I iemocr.it iiClub of Miami Beach, announced this week that the club has endorsed Jay Kendrick for County Purchasing Agent. "The county purchasing system needs a complete overhauling," said Dr. Gluck. "Too much of our tax monies is wasted. We must get rid of airogance in public office." Sam Segal was appointed chairman of the campaign committee for the group. REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your homo ore tho better and moro economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED NY10N TfiVT METHOD Straight 5 Year Guarantee on Drywood or Subterranean Termites TRULY N0LEN MIAMI 841 Buciynt Blvd. 826441 MIAMI BEACH 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NIW TIMS STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with Th. 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ly MAY M. 954 AteMBu*mm Named Head Of Sclerosis Drive PAGE 3 B fcilman Harold Turk, of MiB cb. has been named chairhe Multiple Sclerosis Drive _County, according to an Eemenl madt by Frank Wil fcairman of the Miami Mul fclerosii Association of the i] Multiple Sclerosis Society. bade County Chapter will seek to raise $25,000 from May 23 to June 20, as part of a nationally announced goal of SI.500,000 to implement a nationwide program of research, clinics, rehabilitation and service for. some quarter of a million people afflicted with the d'isj ease. Additional millions stricken with related nerve diseases are "expected to benelit from the pro gram. In accepting the chairmanship. Turk stated: This campaign is a milestone in the organized efforts to fight multiple sclero.,itfhe Society, with the aid of its Wehapter-=. rwHs-th,. help of the genera! public if IT is to conquer this chronic disease of young adults." %  -%  % % % % %  %  ":— Turk also announced that Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, national honorary chairman of the campaign, is a leader in the fight i against multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic crippling disease of the central I nervous system. Most victims are hit as young adults between the ages of 20 and 40. Most common symptoms are impaired vision, lack of balance, tremors, difficulty in walking, paralysis, numbness of parts of the body, impaired speech, and lack of bladder control. Cause and cure are not now known. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, since its inception seven year* ago, Jias supported 36 research projects and ten multiple sclerosis clinics in an effort to find the key to this crippling disease. For the economic development of Israel % The State of Israel announces the world inauguration of Development Issue %  4%-15-YEAR I0LLAR COUPON BONDS Derramthations: $860-41,000—$2,500—$5,000 $10,000—$25,000—$100,000 you can obtain a prospectus and Israel Bonds at STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS AMERICAN FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL Israel BonHc g+h



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PAGE 4 B GLOBAL SHORTS U.S. Sends Rep. Walter to International Migration Meet WASHINGTON (JTA) — The United States Government announced appointment this week of an American delegation to the seventh session of the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration which convened at Geneva last week. The delegation includes as alternate U.S. representative. Rep. Francis E. Walter, of Pennsylvania, coauthor of the Mct'arran-Walter Immigration Act. U.N. Truce Supervision Group In Palestine Strengthened UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — United Nations Secretary General Hammarskjold announced al a press conference lhat he wa> niving "active consideration" to strengthening the observer group in Palestine under Maj Gen Vlgn Bennike. He said he did not understand Danish reports thai the Danish Government would :i-k Gen. V'agn Bennike to resign, and indicated that he had full confidence in the General. The interdepartmental committee set up by the United Nationto survey the question of the use of Jordan liner waters has wound up its work. Non-Discrimination Clause in Contracts Clarified WASHINGTON (JTA) — Deputy Attorney General William P. Rogers, announced this week a revised non-discrimination clause for con, tracts executed by the i nited Emphasized by Joseph Saphir StateGovernment. Rogers said NKW YORK (JTA)-~ Israel's dcthat revisions in the new clause' sjre for p ,, acp wj(h (he npj>! hl><,rdefine discriminatory employment jng Arab countrle> was emphasized practices based on race, color, rehpre bv Joseph Saphlr sra( ,| Mjn Igion or national origin as well I lgtef 9t communications, at a press Israel's Desire for Peace as provide for the posting of no tices in conspicuous places on the job by the contractor. Boston Jews Oppose Selection Of Rosenwald to Tercentenary BOSTON (JTA Dissatisfaction with the .-election of I.e-sing Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism, ;ian associate chairman "f the American Jewish Tercentenars was voiced lure bj the Jewish Community Council oi Metropolitan BoaIon. "The Jtu i>h Communit) Council of Metropolitan Boston expresses to the American Jewish Tercentenars Committee the Councildisma) and indignation on the selection oi the person who is president oi the American Council lor Judaism .1an associate chairman of the TercentenaT) Committee .Hid regards the selection oi Mr Leasing Rosenwald as an affront to the Jewish community oi America." conference held here Mr Saphir said that the fact that Israel haj designated an extensive section of a new deep-water port development in Haifa Bay as a free zone to be available for use in the future i>> itMiddle Ka-t neighbors "demonstrates In-tter than wordIsrael*! desire for normal, peaceful relation-. Herut Convention Opens; Beigin Outlines Program TEL AVIV (JTA i — Criticism of the Israel Government'immigration, economic and security poll cies was voiced henby Menahem Beigin. Herut leader, at the party*! national convention. Addressing I more than 300 delegates and over l.ooo guests at BOA House here, the rightist leader outlined his party's program in the economic and foreign affairs spheres. Mr. Beigin demanded the stabilization "f Israel's currency, awell as of prices and wages, and called for the break up of all monopolies, whether owned by the Histadrut or private investors %  — Britain and Jordan Discuss Situation in Israel Frontier LONDON ii \ The British and Jordan Governments have been Austrian Chancellor exchanging views during the past ft A two weeks ..n th. Israel-Jordan Optimistic on Restitution border situation the Times oi LonVIENNA [JTA) An Austriandon revealed heir The newspaper Jewish agreement on world Jewish reported that the British Govern menl imost concerned with reestablishing direct contact between Jordan and Israel in the wake "I restitution and Indemnification demands could have been achieved a long time ago if the Jewish organizations had not started the talks %  *Wl ...... ..... MIWII tinIdlfl.S Israel boycott oi the Mixed Armiby making "exaggerated demands." stiee Commission. It added that Austrian' Chancellor Julius Rial) while Jordan refused to meet with told the Jewish Telegraphic AgenIsrael under the terms of Article cy in an exclusive interview here. Mi oi the armistice agreement, it Asserting that he was very optimight be willing to confer if all the mistic about the possibilities of Arab states participated and if the,*"" reaching agreement, Chancelagenda was restricted to the single '<>r Raab declared Austria was fully item of border conflict. aware of the extent of Jewish suiferings under th( Nazi regime. DP's Refused Permission to Land in Brazil Despite Visas 9 ,$,at,on Against BLENOS AIRES (JTA) A ves Mission Schools Proposed sel with 13 displaced Jews who had been refused permission to land in Brazil, despite the fact that thev held entrance visas for that country, docked here this week Representatives of the local Jewish immigrant aid organization hoard ed the vessel to assure the DP': WASHINGTON (JTA) The Em of Israel this week denied reports in the American pre-,,| leging that the Israel Government is proposing legislation directed against parents who -did their children to mission schools or against the mission schools themselves. ,. ... 7 •" """' %  wmmrtm .SVIKMMS inCltlSCIVeS that the Joint Distribution Com''"•' charges nou being spread in mittee. HIAS and the local group the United State-, -aid the emwere intervening with the Brazil baas) spokesman, are purely speculan Government to obtain permis latlve. The Israel Government does sion for the immigrants to land in not have before it any such iesifc Brazil when the vessel louchelit ion. there on it s return tr ip to Europe Pact on Refugees Enters intol!£ *< !" 513,125000 in Force in Six Countries *^ !" ^ T „ ,, r eign Operations Administration an pounced this week that $13.125.000 Ifl -p-cial economic aid habeen allotted to Israel for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year, bringing the total for the year to $52 500 000. Eor the first three quartera total of $39,375,000 had been made available to Israel under the program to provide that nation with essential supplies, encourage export earnings and bolster local production by assisting in development of the economy. An additional $1,487,000 is being devoted to the technical cooperation program. GENEVA (JTA) — The international convention on the status oi refugees came into force this week in six countries, assuring new rights to refugees admitted into those countries and establishing a new travel document for them. The six countries are Denmark, Norway. Belgium. Germany. Luxemburg and Australia. In the United Kingdom, the convention will enter into force on June 9. In a statement here this week United Nations High Commissioner for refugees, Dr. G. J. Van Heuven Goedhart. said: "This 22nd April will deserve its place in history." Btn Tuck lien Tuek Heads Aguelaih Israel Ben Tuck, communal leader, has been elected president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Hertz Weiss, former president, was named honorary president. Other officers include Emanuel LabowitS, Jacob Mendelbaum. Irving 1'ietrack and Emerich Weisz, vice presidents; Gerald Katz. treasurer: Isaac Hagen, financial secretary; and Selig Zaretsky, recording secretary. Board of Directors are Mayor Harold Shapiro. Councilman Bernard Erank. Morris Babok. Isaac Bruder. Max Cantor. Harry Cammer. Isidor Chaplik. Nathan Ginsburg. Harry Jackson, Philip Romer, David Rosner, Ben E. Silberstein and David Whitman. Reelected Gabaim are Solomon Emanuel. William Feigenbaum and Jacob Karzen. A special meeting will be held, with the new slate of officers presiding, on Sunday, May 9, 10:30 am., at the synagogue building. W W Builders if Immortal Memorials for the ivar* *> now Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story WhiU v Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday! 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SPECTOR wish fe announce fo their meny friends that fhejr have resumed the management of the Venetian Nursing and Convalescent Home (Formerly Douglas Nursing Home) C0MVAUSCEN7S INVALIDS CHK0NIC MU KtGISIMD NUKStS 24-NOM NUKilHG CM Special Diets Strictly Observed 1401 N.E. BAYSHORE PUCE I let ween Venetian A McArrtw I TELEPHONES 9-7640 or 9-7649 QoooraJ Repair on aU Moke Trucke and Cart Electric and Acetylene Weldlns COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecko Rebuilt — Body Repaln and ****** FYeo Ptck-Up and Delivery Wrecker^Ser" -( 3-2244, 2-6452 M IAMI TITL* s mractCo, 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IK DAD* CO• ESCROWS JIBSTRACTS TITLE INS Title Insurance PolkiM of City TWO mtorenw "• Capital, SvrpeWs A Ie*er*ei f.ceed Ujmfi* 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELXPH0H* 1



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MAY 1 4, 185* J~**i>nnr*w> Reasons WHY You Should VOTE For Jay K END RICK As Your Purchasing Agent 1. KENDRICK is a man who will devote his full time to the business of making $5,000,000 worth of purchases each year for county departments. 2. KENDRICK is a man who pledges and guarantees every seller in Dade County that he shall not be discriminated against in selling to the county. 3. KENDRICK is a man who will provide public records on all purchases he makes —and who will not tolerate secret files and secrecy in official acts. 4. KENDRICK is a man who has a reputation for fairness — a background as a native Miamian — a man whose honesty is proved by U.S. Army records. 5. KENDRICK is a man who will not tolerate a policy of favoritism—a man whose only guide to purchasing will be "the best possible at least cost". ELETT JAYKENDRICK YOUR PURCHASING AGENT Pull Lever 18 A FREE! FREE! For all the kiddies free rides at Funland Park. 7850 N.W. 27th Ave.. Saturday afternoon, May 22nd. from noon to 7 p.m. Also free exhibition by champion alligator wrestler Mike Osceola. FREE! FREE! I 1 I 1 1 (I'd. I'olitlial Adv.)



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PAGE 6 B Library Features Books on Art During the last 20 years, Americans have shown a steadily increas ing interest in art and books written about art, according to Dr. WlcD#far**W7 ran and its branches will feature I more about art and artists, or fol ,h. Mi I books on the subject during the tow tta hiatacy of art through the Frank B Scssa. director of the MI mKnn ,t, n f Mar Dr SessI ages, are invited to make use of the ami Public Library ""WAK students' and young library's collection of art books "W "Sunday p^ •**" paintini. Here it is! Dade Federal's 20TH ANNIVERSARY Gift t# Mr. and Mrs. Miami Homeowner %  A Complete, Free Home Improvement Counseling Service to Help You MAKE YOUR HOME WORTH MORE IN '54! ..' > Come in! Learn more about it on our 20th A/M/VERQARY DAY Both Branch Offices Open Friday, May 14, 9 am to 8 pm Main Office — 9 am to 3 pm 1 hicoming Friday, May 11. we of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Asaot iation proudly mark our (went) yean "I service i" Greater Miami b) introdui ing -till another important community service -s service dedicated to helping you "Make Your Homo Worth Morein'54!" Beginn ;Fri la]. and i ootinuin %  for the real of this year, a Dade Federal Home Improvement Counselor will !• on hand daily during business hours at ..II three of our officei to advise you on all phases of hoine improvement .. everything from storm shutters to room %  Iditions... whether you plan to employ %  builder or "do it yourself." At no eost or obligation, he will answer your questions about requirements, assist you with your special problema, and acquaint you with the details of FH A Title 1 improvement loan-. \n I. should you lind it more desirable to buy Or build a home, or if you're interested ill refinancing your home, the counselor will gladly discuss these | ibilitiea with you. He'll -bow you how easily you can arrange < %  '. erj thing through a tailored>to~y our-budget. low i osl Dade Federal Home loan, repayable in easy monthly payments. Allopollah Stanch 1400 N.W. 36th Sir..l Man Offk. 45 N.E. Firl A.nu Tamiomi Sranch 1901 S.W. Sth Sirr.i Dade Federal JOSfrH M. UPTON. Fr.tia.rt BUSINESS HOUSS: All off*., or. open from 9 A.M. to 3 PM w,*d„ y o AM to 12 Noon Sorurdoy,, ond th. Bronch offk., or. op.n Friday, from 9 AM. I P.M! RESOURCES EXCEED 55 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED l MILLION DOLLARS VALUABLE FREE BOOKLETS! Just for coming in and discussing ) our home improvement or home financing problems with* we'd like you to have your cm o f either of ta*J Useful handbooks: HOME KINKS,", nu-unghundr^| home repair, auiatenance, and w*^ hints for the nun of lhbouse, or "SHORT CUTS TO BETTER HOUSEKEEPING," %  wander bsok of valuable bouses*"* for Mother. W. ala. have very inf-rn.. tive ^ WHAT YOU SHO jLPjaSigJgS? YOU Bt V A HOMK.; availabb ,0 inlereated peraona. REMEMBER the —er you r. .* %  ££ horn, improvement idea or hew home you've been ^ and talking about, the aooner you'll aetasU) have' Coane in-well be looking for you! in 020 a"' 1 *!SAVING* taaaooti r INSUSIO to ^"'.j* •*• %  • d„,dh twin • •• for y*< •' *>• ""•"'



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IA.Y 14, 1954_ fJmlstfkMrttfjf, PAGE 7 B erican Notables... By HARRY SIMONHOF* [,l_ 9 „Sofr (•<••, canifitirfint %  writs tmtHlel, Lfc, ftrewfMwy tMMM f /twisli Mtfhawat in f Slre.-Tfc MHaraJ will not always denote whether its bearer is ristian. The Puritans Were fond of using names I Old Testament. David and Emannel are surely names, direct frdm the Bible. But so is ,|. H !M was a Quaker born in Philadelphia. j[th Governor of Georgia called himself David The evidence is by no means overwhelming ot Jewish birth. But one thing is significant. fclusive. In the long line of Georgia's Chief ExJfrom Oglethorpe td Talmadge. the tradition ly to David Emanuel that he was Jewish. {historians admit it. Others are content with re, him aa Presbyterian, which in itself does not [the possibility of birth in another faith. The ijewi-h Historical Society became interested, and h, the lawyer-historian Leon Huhner investigated. ". letter from Abraham Minis, of the Old Jewish at came over in the second or third immigrant He states unequivocally that not only governor a Jew but the lady he married was a The strongest evidence comes from Judge H. D. D. | Savannah, whose ancestor General John Twiggs Hionarj tame married the sister of David Eman|h the authority derived from family traditions, "1 do not know where Governor David HI from. I only know that, beyond doubt, he Burke County test accounts available. David Emanuel was Penn-O.ania. either in 1742 or 1744. He wanderI and in his 25th year settled e do not kna the position ( %  wal. Active in p SSW?"! > ?*riotic Colonials intent upon 1801: Governor David Emanuel of Georgia p£cMKv vear^ifl! ^ 5" po itioB f }ustice of the dJ? V ll etn af,er al !" a' Active in polities, he also cabins near Augusta. From this refuge they harassed the enemy and became so troublesome that the Tories labeled the village "Rebel Town." We find that his brother Levi was also active in the struggle for independence. In 1776 Levi Emanuel received his commission of Second Lieutenant from the Council of Safety. Six years later he is a sergeant-major in the militia under the command of GenBurke Countv \u; • %  eral Mad Anthony Wayne. Was the original commission intensified the htN„rn K\ ground and fighting issued without authority? Or did the frequent resignaRed Coats as thl. I between the Colonials and the tions, a common practice in the war for liberty, reduce a vinrtiniivono 3 ll^ n u s h wer e called. But the bitterest commissioned officer to the status of a non-com. After the war, David Emanuel rose to political imArmyT !li!r yoke f Britai '" the Continental t1ve nJ C „ h u e nc^ rVed *•* 8COUt %  on *xecubattle ground and fighting )IN YOUR FRIENDS ON THIS SPECIAL TOUR TO ISRAEL 42 Days France Italy Switzerland Personal leadership of RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO el Hollywood, Flo. LEAVE NEW YORK JULY 7th QUEEN MARY Apply Now to FIRST NATIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE 2003 HOLLYWOOD BLVD., HOLLYWOOD, FIA. Phones: Miami 3-2033, Hollywood 2-9021 mttfigXi*-* a lmost paid with his tri„u hl, Thf T ing he as captured with two other paran! i 1 IK"? condemned their three fellow Amerirnmnlni A £? fire was kindled and the three companions were stripped of their clothes. Two of the prisoners were shot dead. A mulatto, whose reward was the dead scouts clothes, fired at Emanuel and missed, quick as a flash of lightning, Emanuel leaped over the %  %  a nd made hi, escape in the dark night. He jumped into the neighboring swamp and sank to his neck. The pursuers passed him by several times, but could not detect his head. After several hours he crept out of the swamp ana reached the army headquarters of General Twiggs This adventure evidently did much to enhance his popularity. For in the same year, while the war is still on, we find him a magistrate, chosen by the General Assembly. In January of the following year, he is appointed Justice lor Burke County. Elected in 1783 to the State Legislature, he is in 1784 rcappointed Justice for Burke County. The Patriot Yet for David Emanuel the war went on. He suffered severely after Georgia was overrun by the enemy. Together with 30 other patriot families, he built a cluster of portance. He represented Burke County in the General Assembly for a number of years. He became a member of the Constitutional Convention in 1789 and again in 1795. About this time the "Yazoo Frauds" broke into an open scandal. Many of the legislators were involved in the conspiracy that lost a vast land empire to the state. Emanuel was one of the three eminent citizens entrusted with investigation of this betrayal of a public trust. This service brought about his election as President of the State Senate. On March 3, ,1801, David Emanuel was sworn in as the sixth Governor of Georgia. The Governor Some confusion has arisen as to how he became Chief Executive. Several historians maintain that as President of the Senate, he automatically became Governor when his predecessor James Jackson resigned to enter the U.S. Senate. Other authorities claim that Emanuel was elected in 1801. In any case he only held the office for eight months, until his successor was chosen by the General Assembly. He died in 1808, and is described in Sherwood's Gazeteer "a fine looking man, amiable, of good character and inflexible integrity." Four years later the State of Georgia preserved his name on her map. A vast tract of land within her boundaries is called "Emanuel County". National Offers Summer Service Pest Control; Licensed by State of Florida — SAM HIRSCH PRESENTS — Perse* On Sfoje MARY AST0R and REX 0'MALLEY in "PRIVATE UVES" with DOUGLAS CONWAY Nightly (except Monday) Mini May 23 Curtain 8:30 At The AIR CONDITIONED BILTMORE PLAYHOUSE 1SI N.E. 40th ST. BETWEEN 1st I 2nd AVE. OfflCE OPElTl PU "** •' rrM Porki |10 o.m. %  10 p.mj I rJ-M: 2 50 [ Sot. Nile Only-$l.l5 • 2.50 3.50, tax inel. Matinee Sot. t SMB. 2:30 All Seats $1.00, plus tax PN. 7-1842 FOR RESV. Pest control is big business in Miami, and a good example of that is the tremendous growth of Mighty National Exterminators, according to Ted Bramson. Fifteen years ago, Bramson operated his exterminating business from a dilapidated car. Today, better known as "Mr. Mighty," Bramson is president of one of Miami's large pest control companies, operating a fleet of trucks specializing in general weekly home service, termite proofing, chinch bug control and the opening and closing of homes in the summer. Main office of National Exterminators is at 852 Alton rd.. Miami Beach, with a branch office in Miami. "Mighty National offers the home owner personalized service," according to Bramson, who has expanded his business with this thought in mind. "National's uniformed, courteous service men are trained operators, and each man is carefully chosen for his chores. All men are bonded." National's overall operations are insured for customer protection. They are licensed by the state and are members of the Hotel and Apartment Associations, as well as of the Better Business Bureau. With s u m m er approaching, Bramson this week advised home owners to protect their lawns from chinch bug damage. "National's modern methods and up-to-date equipment can do the job to keep I your lawn healthy and green," he | explained. "Weekly home exterminating service is also important in the summer, and National offers this service at reasonable rates." According to Bramson, termites are another source of trouble to home owners, and Bramson offered this advice: "If you have had flying ants during the past three or four weeks, better get your home inspected—free of charge by National—because you might have hidden termite damage." Bramson, residing at 820 £W 24th rd., is a member of Beth David B'nai B'rith and the Elks. Jl FIRST 000 TRACK IH FLORIDA TO HAVE TOM.TIC TOTalllATORS AT EVERY MUTUEl WINDOW! NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS 'V National Exterminators at 852 Allen rd., Miami Beach, branch office is maintained in Miami. See Your Daily Newspapers For Direct Bus Routes To The Track N ^ Min ^'Adn, in dTo r0n ^ P r. miw / 0 N i Y /FUTURITY I TRACK Thank You! To all those who worked so hard for me, supported me and voted for me — thank you, from the bottom of my heart. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Rabbi Cassel Opens ., Consultation Offices Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, who for several years directed the Psychological Guidance Clinic here, has announced the removal of his offices to a new location, the Roosevelt Theatre Building, 41st st. and Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Cassel said that he "will serve the many residents who have been seeking my help as psychologist, and consultation will be appointment only." 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PAGE 8B 9-JmlstnorktkMn FRIDAY Soviet Seeks New Role in Middle East HAT, By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Telegraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS—Just what are the Soviets up to in the Palestine dispute? The vetoes which Andrei Vishinsky has cast would Mem to show that they have be< me the allies of the Arabs against the Jews. but. in the opinion of ex• % %  rienced observers here, what they are doing is not as simple U I hat. These experts believe that 11bfi Russians are .demonstrating to the world at large, andthe Americans in particular, that nothing j > i be done in the Middle East w thout their participation. Soviet involvement in the Arab Israeli conflict has been of viirj recent vintage. Prior to la>t winter when Mr Vishinsky cast the | first veto, tin Russians had taken; no part in the Palestine debates. They had sat glumly by in the Security Council, keeping their own counsel, and abstaining when it came to a vote. What has brought about this -ml dea change? It is surely too much to believe that the Soviets have discovered what sturdy people the Arabs are. or that they hav decided to become the protectors oi .Islam" This big -witch, diplomats here believe, is in line with the policy of participation in world | affairs, which baa been greatly emphasised ever since Stalin's death it ireflected in the demands for Big Four and Big rive DM etlngS, in the insistence that thej %  con Milled about everything Mr. Vishinsky. who could never be accused "t being s shrinking Last UM Concert of Season Shows Rich Effect of a Full Winter of Concertizing The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra and its concert aster, Eugene Dubois, proved emselvea in fine form for the %  I program of the 1954 1955 win• • series .it the Miami Beach Autorium on Sunday evening, Dean John Bitter conducted the hestra in Smetana's Overture to "The Bartered Bndi." Virgil Thorn n's "Wheatfield at Noon" ami e Symphonj No 4 in F minor by Ischaikowsky Mr, Dubois appear as soloist m the Max Bruch Ywlfh Concerto 111 (', minor Mr. Bitter extracted more than 1 ellifluouc tones from the orches 111 the Smetana overture Both %  trings and horns showed 'he roll oi ,1 Ions winter oi concertiz%  \\ l uatiieid at Noon" display-.. the UM tympbony's rich timbre — a quality that appears to have ten developing more and more sitivelj during the past two see\pari from the orchestra's own inin pi rforming the Thomson • mposition and in Mr Bitter's concting, tin work, itself, seems to .1 sacrifici before all such at • For one 1reminded again upon hearing expressive %  i-ic iii this type, that the musical form 1symbolic rather than teral, and n 1almost inevitable that the impo ition oi literal qualiupoi %  mbolic structure will foredoomed to the creation nf a si, naive li 1 The Bruch Concerto received f Miami Summer Symphony Orv rkman-like handling from Mr "• %  to* acheduled for the summer Djbois, who -tripped from it the ^ ""' Beach Auditorium. John more romantic interpretationto fitter will be on the podium as v hich one 1accustomed and laid mus,c director of the orchestra for it bare as a delightful piece for j ,n e nla J ,,r portion of the concerts, ilin that can be heard on occaSome 25.000 persons attended ill n when it is not abused arti-ti ,ne %  eries nl -unimer concerts last caily. Mr Dubois' stature and ap vear according to Mrs Mane iacfa .is an instrumentalist Volpe. manager "We gratefully ' Council." she added, in anU of M Pop Concert Schedule Revealed The Univerait) of Miami this week announced its fourth season of pop concerts b) the University v.srmth ol his tone was positive, d< -pite the unfortunate 11-e oi crophone amplification which ived to distort his violin. Mr. Bitter provided a steady ac mpaniment which left little to be -ired. Van encore. Mr. Duboi.s offered 'he slow movement from the Tschalkowsky Violin Concerto in I) major, a composition which exceeda in romantic quality the major solo work and which was ptrformed with a deft hand—al•: lUgfa it offered no contrast for MT. Dubois' talents which might hi ve been more freshly displayed in some Bach or Mozart. Onlv I violet, has complained at length on I many ocasions recently that his delegation has not been taken into confidence on this or that resolu j tion before it was presented to the Sdcurity Council or the Disarma; ment Commission. He has chided the Western Delegations about this and has done his best to make them change their ways The Soviets are no longer in fav I or of splendid Isolation, if they ever were: they are certainly not now under the new Malcnkov regime winch 1much more intcrnationalist in outlook. They don't want to be included out. to u-e the immortal expression of Samuel Goldwyn, the) want to be included in and in everything. By means of the veto, they have shown that (hey can block any settlement 111 the Middle Kast and. in the opinion of these qualified observers, they intend to continue to use the veto until they get a hand in such a settlement. Even though at the time there was not MICII as emphasis on participation extremely annoyed when they were excluded from any say in.the supervision of the truce. Of course, the Americans realize what the Russians are up to. and they are determined to prevent them from having a part in a settlement, and thus getting a hold in the Middle Kast. But what can they do? If they move the Palestine dispute to the General Assembly, as they intend to do this will not prevent the Arabs from bringing the ea-e to the Security Council. They can do it even if they are not members of the Council. It seems, as one diplomat here Capt. Levitan Named To President's Board Capt. Kalman L Levitan. 37. son of Kabbi and Mrs. Abraham Levitan. 10 SK 6th st.. has been appointed to the Armed Forces Chap lams Board to advise President Eisenhower on chaplaincy matters. 1 Now st at mned with the 3650th Mil Wing, Samson Air Force Ba-e. N.Y., Capt, Levitan entered the Air Force four years ago and shortly afterward received his commission as a chaplain. He has served in Alaska, Japan and other sectorol the Pacific area. Cent. Levitan received his Rabbinical degree at Ye-lma College, NY. and did graduate work at the Institute Of lieligiou there. He is al-o a former student at Harvard University. said sadly, that we cannot have a settlement in the Middle East without Soviet participation, and at the same time we cannot nave a settlement with Soviet participation The new emphasis on involvement in international affairs, which the vetoes in the Palestine dispute have brought outfits in nicely with the old Communist policy of causing as much trouble as possible everywhere in the world. nouncing the new series Guest conductors of the orchestra, as last year, will include C of at associate conductor Modest* Alloo and bier Solomon, internationally known musician whose recent recordings for RCA Victor list among them a performance of the Chausson "Poeme," with Jascha 1 Heifetx, violinist MrVolpe explained that there Will again be the tables with redI checked tablecloths, each table seating eight persons. A new innovation this year is the fact that Mezzanine teats will be reserved The schedule of concertJohn Hancock Names Rafkind to 'Round Table' During a sales meeting held at Welaka. Fla William Rafkind. Miami manager of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, received an award for leading the Florida agency in production for the fourth consecutive year. He sold over $1,000,000 worth of life insurance in the past year and qualified for the "Million Dollar Round Table." Sigma Delta Tau Plans Biennial Convention Here Sigma Delta Tau, international collegiate sorority, will hold its 17th biennial convention at the Sea Isle Hotel, June 23 through 26. Mrs. Morton A. Grant of Miami, national president, will preside at the meeting. Mrs. Grant, a University of Alabama graduate, is serving her second term as president of the group. More than 150 delegates and rep resentatives from universities in the United States and Canada, and alumnae leagues in 25 principal cities, will convene at the sorority's first Florida meeting. Mrs. Harold Kaufman. Detroit, Mich., is convention chairman. Among members of Grand Council in attendance will be Miss Ray Sommer, Baton Rouge. La., first vice president; Mrs. Dora Chapman. Iowa City. la., second vice president; Mrs. William Katz. Highland Park. 111., treasurer; and Mrs. Ben Kartman, Wilmette, 111., executive secretary. Mrs. Robert Maslansky, Palisade. N.J., Miss Lorraine Vogel, East Orange. N.J., Mrs. Norman Beck. I.oAngeles, Calif.. Mrs. Murray Rosenthaal. Oak Ridge, Tenn Mrs. Paul Rapoport, Cedar Rapids. la., Mrs. Harold Turkel. Baltimore. Md.. Mrs. Herbert Zak. Highland Park, 111. Mrs. Arthur Phillips. Minneapolis. Minn., and Mrs. Bud Goldberg. St. Paul, Min.. are re gional advisors. Chapter delegates will come from Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, Ohio State University, University of Buffalo. University of Cincinnati. Louisiana State University, University of Georgia, University of Nebraska. McGill University, University of Illinois. University of California at Los Angeles, University of Minne-ota. University of Oklahoma. University of Iowa. University of Alabama, Northwestern University, University of Texas, Indiana Univer-ity, Pennsylvania State University, University of Michigan, University of Massachusetts, Syracuse University of Pittsburgh. Washing ton University and University of Maryland. I Allen Goldberg, choinaej the Florida Commit, j Sports in Israel, has' %  named a member ol tfc| tional Executive of the U.S. Com^i Sports in Israel. who is chairman 7 emergency welfare division of Dade CountyQ Defense in District Fiv(,ji tive in the Elks, Masond pie Emanu-E! and other local civic and i_ organizations. Henry co-chairman of the group, also was nandl the committee. Reparations Account For One Percent oi Germany's Export Continued from Pay II festations of this carapap | Czechoslovakia. Now the tions of five non-Jews on I absurd s I a n derous antiJ charge-, continues the pen "It is significant that Ik I of the five new victims I in Slovakia, where ami prejudices are strong and anti-Jewish riots have oftal place. This trial stressed antJ-l it ism more openly than 1 the others "The Communists realist I Judai-m 1utterly in with all forms of totaliu That is the reason for tinuing fury of their campaign Only the stronge-t prssj world public opinion car disaster tor the more ttaal million Jewtrapped belS^ Iron Curtain Workmen's Circle Picnic Club Everglades, Workmen's Circle Branch 1080, is sponsoring a picnic on Sunday, May 23, 10:30 am. at Parking Lot No/ 2 in Crandon Park. Richard is Speaker Greater Miami Womecs ican ORT held a member* recently at the home sjl 1 Dash. 435 Fairway dr. re ; Isle. Melvin J. Richard r 'speaker Mrs. a** ; membership chairman. I charge of arrangements. in eludes the following: Jorge Bolat, pianist. June 20. John Bitter. Ruo. on rare occasion did the g ier o Rico, violinist June 27 John I .rns stray in Mr Bitters reading 1 B.tte, Jesus Maria Sanroma. p,.,,,-I the Tschalkowsky symphony. He 1 ist and Utla Ruth S( pr in „ Ju| conducted the orcnestra through | 4, John Bitter; Fague Springmann troue 11.111 ..nil ..*,#,... 1 ,.., %  I .•"(* the treacheries and occasional vag anes of loud -(Minding passages esially in the first and fourth •vements. in admirable fashion. The famous pizzicato third movement proved delightful listening. All in all. the final concert of the season by Mr. Bitter and the Uni• ratty of Miami Symphony Orchestra, made many sorry that the sea*n is over.—L.M. baritone. July 11. John Bitter; Jeanette I-a Bianca. Coloratura so prar.o. July 18. Izler Solomon Diana Steiner, violinist. July 25, Izler Solomon; Fausto Garzia Me deles, pianist, August 1. Izler Solomon; Joan F'ield. violinist, August 8. Modeste Alloo; Esther Payne, pianist, August 15, John Bitter; and Sigurd Rascher. saxophonist, August 22, John Bitter. M m BBSBBBBB % %  -Tift-WM*-*-* .• p? i *L'.=i-?4'.'-' Shown at the recent installation of Ezra Finegold as president of the BiscayneJM ^ ?,rr 1 ,"v K a,i ?" a re (le< to ri 9 ht > Men-win S. CasWel. preendent of SurtaoW^,, w Junior Chamher ni r n ~>~.-. _!_. .. .. *_ „ Miami """r.._**: MavnrH u r c 0< Coerce; Mom. Lipp, aaeistant city manager of M>ami 1 c^rcommmee **** MiQmi ^^ ^ old; and M "" ay l ** r'Sin^> MSjsjaasjsji



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IAY It 1954 JGIOUS DIRECTORY +Je*hHhrMtoti (COB CONGREGATION Friday evening services \ m Saturday morning L, ;it 8:30 a.m. Rabbi chcloff will officiate and i Weekly Portion. Junior at 9 a.m. under the Kf Benjamin Kaminetzky. td. Miners p.m., followed by udov Daily services are ajn. and at 6:45 and GABLES JEWISH CENhold Friday evening servB5 p.m.. with Rabbi MorIttffiriating and preaching (topic-: "My Rabbinical The Teachings of Rabbi I Candle Blessings will be L the Mcsdames Buddy (inI Jacques Fink. Cantor binsnii. Robert Strassburg Center Choir will render ^al portions of the liturgy. morning services are at hen Stanley Harvey, son I Mrs. Arthur Ziegler, M Bar Mitzvah. The ZiegS\V 19th st., will be [the Oneg Shabbat followI EL CONGREGATION will pday evening services at Saturday morning servkt 8:.'iO a.m. Rabbi Shmary) uill officiate and dis%  M Influence of the Sinaifcri on American Democ. clavs in Talmud is sched|5 pin followed by Shalos I when the Rabbi will disZohar. Cantor Nathan will chant the musical of the liturgy. Junior are in Academy Hall at )ATH ISRAEL HEBREW JTE will hold Friday evervices at 6:45 p.m., follow abbalat Sabbath. Saturdayservices are at 9 a.m., |>bbi haac Ever will officidiscuss the Weekly Portiddush will follow, with Otor acting as host. Mincha |30 p.m with Maariv conthe Sabbath observance. services are at 9 a.m. and n. Daily services will be [8:30 a in. and 6:45 p.m. • PLE EMANU-EL will hold {evening services at 5 and Rabbi Irving* Lehrman liciate and discuss: "The ol Lag B'Omer For Our Saturday morning servic^t 9 am The Rabbi will disWoekly Portion. The Bas I of Harriet, daughter of Mr. • %  Abraham Newman, will pace. Daily services are in •Pel at 8 am. and 6:45 p.m. Phillip Brummer will renmusical portion of the li|TH DADE JEWISH CENtill hold Friday evening servI 8 15 pin. with Rabbi Henry %  officiating. Past presidents P'cers will be hqnored in fnee of the Center's fifth an|Ty Cantor Maurice Neu will line musical portions of the I with the Center Choir asSubject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Service for God and Country." The Oneg Shabbat following will honor founders of the Center. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 6 p.m. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening serviceat 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and preach on the topic "What Should a Religious School Do?" Newly elected officers and Board of Directors of the IT A will be consecrated. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvoth of Kenneth Jav. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Light! and Philip Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Malter, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • 9 HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday morning services will be at 8 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6 p.m.. with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiating Services will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday. At 10 a.m., the Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Straus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Straus, will take place. Services will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday, and at 7 a.m. weekdays. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. Installation of officers and Board members will take place. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "The Responsibili ties of Jewish Leadership." Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zaconick and Mr. and Mrs. David Bernstein. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 9 a.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services ere at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6:45 p.m., and will be followed by Shalos Seudos. • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: "When Judaism Permits and Prohibits Weddings." Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m., when Joel Chaftez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Chaftez, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES will hold Friday evening services at 6:30* p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Brian Rodger, son of Mrs. Frances Hersh, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will officiate and speak on the Weekly Portion. His sub£5} *"• ^ "Freedom for All." Kiddush will follow. Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. &f • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah of Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Warshaw, is scheduled. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services will be held at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 9 9 MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 830 a.m. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Glassman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will P AGE SB %  ss officiate, with Cantor Berele Kele mer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., with Mincha and Shalos Seudos following. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer liturgy. Abramowitz officiating. Installation of officers will take place. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of Robert Fabric, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Fabric, and Sidney Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Klein, will take place. Rabbi Abramowitz wiil discuss the Weekly Portion. 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PAGE 10 B *># lUrHlnn Miamians Honored For NEPH Activity President Dwight Eisenhower last week presented awards to MV en Greater Miami residents and groups for their work in the field of employment of the physically handicapped. The President's committee in that field made the prei entations at the annual meeting "I the National Employment of the Physically Handicapped Commit tee in Washington. Local individuals honored in elude Dr. Nathaniel Levin, who pioneered in teaching persons who lost their larynxes by nirgerj to talk again; J. N. McArthur. chairman of the Miami Chamber of Commerce Committee on employing the handicapped: L. A Daniel, c xecutive director of the commit tee; Mrs. Florence Fox. chairman of the Chamber'] Golden Yean Committee; and Herbert Scher, chairman of the Vocational Service Bureau. Miami was also the only city to have been asked to set up an ex hibit at the NEPH, illustrating 1 progress here in placing the handicapped Miami ranks sixth among the nation's cities in the number, of handicapped persons for whom jobs are found. In the year ending j last October. 5.ooo were employed in local jobFlorida Sen. George Smathers was also presented a citation by | the Miami Chamber for "outstanding service" in aiding Presidenl Eisenhower's placement program. In a Washington newsletter published in newspapers throughout the state, Smathers replied that "it was my honor the other day to visit the Parade of Progress Expo sitioo and to receive a citation." Smathers singled out chairman Leo Axlrod. of the Miami Chamber, who has done so much in the placement of physically handicapped persons. 20$ Pianists To Audition Sixteenth annual piano auditions by members of (he Miami Branch of the National Guild of Piano Teachers are being held May 1321 at Morgan Piano Co. 1752 North Bayshore dr. Some 200 Greater Miami stu dents are expected to take part in the local auditions. Mine Louisa Stojowski, well known pianist and pedagogue and teacher at the .luilliard School of Music. New York City, will !>< %  Judge Each student will receive %  > private audition Irl Allison, of Austin. Te\ is founder and president oi the Ma tional Guild. Local chairmen are Mrs Gertrude Ellis and Miss Eli/ abeth Warner Temple Emanu-EI Men Name Officers Allen Goldberg. Miami Beach civic and religious leader, has been elected president of the Temple Kmanu El Men's Club, succeeding .Indue Irving Cypen Goldberg is chairman of emergency welfare services of the Miami Beach district for Darte County Civil Defense and an active worker in the Miami Beach Civic I-eague and Elks He is a member of Temple Emanu-El's Board of Directors Selected as Men's Club vice presidents were Alfred Stone, AI u. sip, Jules Channtng and Edward Newman. Michael Salmon was \,,t >'i secrctar) with Aaron Bookspan named as corresponding secretarj Irving Sch.it/man was elected treasurer. Named to the Board of Directors were Gilbert Balkin, Leonard Cole man. Henry Cove, Irving Cypen, Morris Dubler. Raymond Peiner, Abe Fletcher. Carl Gardner, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Hen Greene. Herbert Gutman, Donald Kaplan, Dr Sherman Kaplan. Sam K;.;/ Man in Kimmel, Joe Kouas. Solomon Lichter. Max Mangold, Hank Meyer, Dr Herman Mechlowitz, Dr Donald Miehnoff. Gersbon Miller, Joel Newman, Joe Itubin. Phil Salmon. Milton Sirkin, Milton Smith, Morris Schneider. William Buasman George J. Talianoff. Sidney Teller. Henry Waitzkin. Sam Wiesen and Raphael Yunes. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Honors Past Presidents Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, honored past presidents of the organ bsation at a homecoming cilebr.i tion on Tuesday evening, May II. in Beth David Synagogue, 2625 sw 3rd ave. Sholem I-odge was founded in 1924 as the first B'nai B'rith order in the State of Florida Since that time, a total of 18 presidents have stood at the helm of the organization leading the list of past presi dents was Miami Mayor Abe Aron OvitZ. Others were Jack Abbott. Nathan Adelman. Sid AronovitX, Marx Faber. Milton Friedman. Louis Unman. John Kronenfeld. Isaac Levin. E. Albert Pallot. Burnett Roth. Judge Sam Silver. Elry Stone. Harold Turk. Jerome Weinkle. Judge William Pallot. Ed Roth and current president Marvin Rauzin. Program chairmen were Stanley Caidiu and Harry Schwartz. In charge of refreshments was a group of 25 B'nai B'rith women acting as hostesses. Friends of members and of past presidents were invited to the affair. Ben Essen acted as master of ceremonies. While Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shoie Jewish Center, looks on. Mrs. Molly Fabric, outgoing president oi the North Shore Jewish Center Parent-Teacher Association, hands over the list of 150 members to the incoming president, Mrs. Ethel Klein, who was installed at the Monte Carlo Hotel here. Also installed were the Mesdames Regina Greenhill. first vice president; Sylvia Jacobi, second vice president; Lee Surloff, recording secretary; Bebe Perlman, corresponding secretary; Ida Pipersberg. financial secretary; Molly Fabric, advisor; Jean Saiiman. hospitality; and Irene Gelfand, birthday blessings. .FRIDAY. from NCq Rabbi Irving i l eader <" tto~ '-nedlas, Indiana, where be „ ,he a "nual „£* "I ,he NabonJc < nnsuans and in \ Th e agenda ol th, '"" '"eluded *„ nas-Mora'jJ sources for ErotM. S"wi In Today, J sponsibilitics and oJ Religloui Edueatioa R abbi Leh rman sermon last Fnday 3 annual meeting tjJ? Will be "Report ference." Mothers' Day Marked A special Mothers' Day service took place at Temple Emanu Kl on Saturday during the regular 9am service, according to Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader. Rabbi Lehrman devoted his sermon to the significance of the occasion when he spoke on the subject "A Woman of Valor—Who Can Find?" Greetings in behalf of the mothers were extended by Mrs. Irving Cypen. president of the Sisterhood Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president of the Parent-Teacher Association. offered a special prayer. Participating students wen Marjorie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Friedland. and Stephen, son of Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen. [Telephone 2-ltJ5(ir| KpKtaurial] f"tk Um CLOSED ON Ml Leon Attniwtt, 128 M.E. 17| MIAMI, [10W 1 Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand •r*MOus SINCI 11)7 Caa Drlaa All The Tea YOOJ f—> WITHOUT Oalnlnc A Htarle Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS %  '• %  HtrmlcM Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening | Uao It en Iho table— no* It far aaaklag 4-Oz. Size Bottle..Only 75a AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORC then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand firVWH THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi *MVivish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 tun. 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MAY 14. 1954 UeMstnoridriag! >n Voters Meeting flve and School Board canine second primary runtart icipate in the League Voters candidates meeti'etlnesday evening, May ;it the Miami Women'i North Bay Shore dr., jointly by the League of fvoters of Coral' Gables, I Miami and Miami Beach. ratic and Republican canfcave been invited to parthe public discussion, btions from the audience [to the candidates will be | the program, according to hur Reid, chairman of the rs Service Committee of Leagues, ator will be Professor t. Larson, chairman of the bent Department at the Jty of Miami. Itive candidates invited to include Republican can arlan G. Hubert and Demobndidates Rep. George S. nd William W. Charles, [Group II. Republican canThomas B. DeWolf and pic candidates John B. Orr, Thomas E. Lee, Jr., will Dn the program. Ill legislative candidates bki'i' Cieorge L. Hollahan, \V ('. (Cliff) Herrell, Demo|andi(l,ites. and Joe Miller, can. Board candidates invited bict I. Dr. Robert S. Butler ks N Noel, Democrats, and f. Heriale, Republican; DisMax F. Engel and Mrs. | J. Vosloh, Democrats, and uline Clements, Republican; III Rev. Frank E. Harlow I. C. Raymond van Dusen, hits, and Albert E. Schrader, lean. ling Institute ^als Program outhern TOglotial Leaders' Institute for leaders and leaders of Judaean Ito be held in the South for Wong period will take place Tine 9-15 at Camp Blue Star, isonvillc. N. C, according to buncement made by Eleanor in. nf Miami Beach, chairIthe Southern Region Leadluncil. ers' Training Institute will fcu-d tip about 30 adults and [adultLocal youth commislhroughout the South have kuested to send at least two jf-s lo the training program. pr the week course will be trs and potential leaders of n groups, both Senior and I club-, are invited to apply Jegional ur local scholarship. plitute takes place the first jof the two week Southern %  Judaea, and actual training • a Part ot the program. [Moves Office p Pomerantz, certified pub!" ntant, announces the relohis office from the downpea to 2309 West Flagler st. VcT, 1 ls past P res 'dent of [tables Lodge B'nai Brith PMdeiit of the Benevolent auon of Roosevelt Lodge f Pythias, a member of York University Alumni 'on and in the past has • accounting instructor in uit Evening Division of Lindopkins Vocational School LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE r ?.pVf |R F T ,T,OU8 K. ,',, "j Kl 1 V QIVBN h at i ; ;!•-;i itiR i< ene:ai{.. in F'li U '' '-l*"/. at 19081 %  >""• i ,V ".' "?• l-.ul.UT Wt f ', '" -"iii \v. Flagler St Miami, Flu. 4/30 — S/T-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undesigned, dealrlng i<> engage In liuKlnera under the fictitious nam. .,f VENT-MA8TER, V-ntMusieY, AUN|.M,-MASTKH, Awning Master WIN?'<> Nv olut Street. Hlaleah, (lorIda Intends to rerlster aald name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit of Dade t.ounty, Florida. WlndowMaiter Corp., a Florida corporation, owner AMi is BENJAMIN Attorney for owner 4/30 — l/T-14-SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BLEACH WHITE CO. (nol Incorporated), at 2*27 N.E. Second Avenue, Miami, attend to reliefer Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count*. II..i Ida DAVID WEISS. tll'S II.M.AH WHS (Owners) HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant L'.MK W. Elagler St. 4/30 — :. 7-ll-L'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engagt In bualneaa under the flctltloui name of ROSECRE8T GIFTS, al IK Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, intend* to register said name vinli the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. Km. KSI.AU OWSIEJKO Sole < iwner KHSSI.ER A OARS Attorneys for Applicant I 1782 \V. Flagler St. 4/23-30 — 5/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168590 LII.LIE KAFM, 1-laintirr. vs. JULIUS MAIM, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JULIUS BAIWI 776 Springfield Avenue Irvlngton. New Jersey You, JULIUS KAFM. re hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you anrequired to serve a copy of vour Answer or I'Jeadlng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MAI.VIN BNGLANDER, 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Iteach. Florida, and file the original Inawar or l'l.ading ill the office ot the clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefbte the 2Mb day of May. I54. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against nm r..r the relief demanded In the Bill ol Complaint. This notice shall b* publish*! once each week for four eonaecutlve week* in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2th day of April. A l> 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad* Cmintv, Florida B] K H. RICE, JR. (Circuit Court Se.ih Deputy ClerR MALV1N KM;I,\\III:II, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 2ii Lincoln Ri ad, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/30 — 5/7-14-21 '"Alt i-v %1 "i"" y "orfia. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN kND FOR DADE COUNTY. F LOW; OA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168901 N RE: ADOPTION OF; ROSE MARIE lTI.' 1 ami LEONARD 111.Co. minors. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: AMKRIt'o Fl'l.f' i 644 East If) Strut Bronx, New York YolAUK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Petition for Adoption of Roe* Marie Fiilco anil Leonard Pulio, minors, has been fil i the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court. In Dad* County, Florida, and you are hereoy commanded lo I"' ami appeal lit iW Circuit Court, I "lc County. Florida, on the lltli .!..> "t .Lnie. I:• %  %  •"•-";* cause whv said Petttlon -h.mld not l grained: otherwise. inaiiei> alleged in Raid Petition for Adoption *h.Hl be taken as .•onfessed by >'"•„._, DONE AND ORDERED t Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 6th da> f "^ ,:, K B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court Bs #11 w BTOCK1NG, 11..,,,in Clerk NOTI: Tinnotice I* "led '"•"".coidnm. with Chapter i., Section I.I. Florida statute*, HENRY M CAIN. Att.v. J51H W Flagler Si Miami, Horlda .1/14-21-2— 6/4 ^_____ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OH EN "' the ander*lgnd, dertrtng to n Dullness under the nctfilou* name .il MAKL1N oil. CUMPAN1 tNot Inc.). at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami Florida. Intend... regl.ter '.•'"•. with the Clerk of the ( Ircult I uun of Dade County. Florid* BKRNAKD IIODINS Prealdenl *nij Sole Owner GEOROE J. TALIASl'FF. t.sg. Attorney for Petitioner i/U-Jl-28 — / PAGE II B L*nder E ..g ^d U ?a Y lt 0 v N that bu.lne* under ilfe.H '' nt!i,g '' '" KED srvs -r .""• '"; "" ,ls ; """ "' Road. Intend* t. •'' :; •' "•<' M M ABE KATZBN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS th NOT.PE Is^f^i^.iVEN tha, he-uaderaigned. desiring (., enii* ,. '?•.• the f.c„7,.. lls *aSS t :. !,' ,hl v I I.Ad', at ITP, g -.-...a 11.'."":;•, %  ""'• '••'•" %  Atuendtor;^ •i, i. .' al "" "'"' h* chrk of the Iwult Com of Dade count? Florida HIANK BEOEL HENRT M cJ,N R !" A BmBL Attorney for A leant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW name with ti„. aerfc o fte Circuit < ".lit of Dade County, Florida. RENATO LEV1 I'liKRTO ORVIETO A-VKHS. HBIMA}* 0 *? KAPLAN ^I's:';:;;,!",:,^ 1 """"^ 4/M ... 7-M-i'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • ^ NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in p U pt"o!" D S naer ""' "Ctltlou* nan,,, of PREPARED l'i 8, at 21 N W r.lth I. i'.'i. ."J''"'^ '" r lter said name with th. lerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florid* KESSLER OARS """^ ^^ Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler 31 I fl — 8 J-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneaa under the fictitious name of Rb.NANN MORTGAGE CO. (Not Inc.) al 1133 mill St., Bay Harbor Island, intend to register -aiil name with the < lerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN NEWMAN. ANNA NEWMAN M< 'Nl'.i IE DIXl iN Attorne) for Applicants ."."". olx mpia Bldg. 5 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng t<> engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE I.WII BAIO, at 21 S.E. 1st Avenue. Miami. intend to register said n e with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida VINCENT A NA8TO, Jit. ZOI.TAN I. UICCZU KESSLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 \V. Flagler St. 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the fictitious name ol CRT. BALES, at :'I7 N.E. litli Street, Miami, intend to register said name with tit,' Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CAL LESTER l.ollRAINK LESTER ISRAEL ABRAMS Attorney for Applicants 128 N.E, 2nd Ave. :. 7-H-:'1-L'5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng t< engage in business under the fictitious nam,. of MERCURY SERVICE STATIONS, at 739 Blacayne Boulevard, and i"7 N.E. 13th Street, Miami, Florida, intendto register said nam* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. QARWOOD n. WIGG1N, Prop. KURT WELLI8CH ,1 %  ... i v '.. %  Applii ant. l ti |-17 Congress BulM i :iu i/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und. rslgni d, dealt In* to engage I" business under the flctltlou* name of I'ARKOTEL at 249 N E 3rd St.. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t ,.f Mde County, Florid... RUTH STERN MTERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN Attorney* for Applicant .;.,.. Si v hold Bldg. ., '14-21-28 1 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16849 NORMA HBERY, Plaintiff, JOSEPH MARTIN PATRICK HF.F.KY .lit Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH .MAI'.TIN I'ATRICK HEERY, JR. 10(iL' Fast Fulton Street Hempatead, LI., New York You are herein notified that a Mill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you. and you are required to ierv< PS of your Ana* war or Pleading to the Bill ot ( omidalnt on the plaminr-. Attorney, HENRY M CAIN. 2.118 W.st Flagler si Miami, Florida, and file the original Answ. r or Pleadlna In the office „f the clerk of the Circuit < airt on or liefore the 21th day of May, 1954. :f you fail to do so, Judgmenl by defnill will be taken against \ou for the relief demanded In the mil of Com"llONE VND ORDERED al HI nni. r*nrlda, tin-, -i-i daj oi April, A.D. }9ji r. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ('Irciiil Curt. Hade Count'. Florida By WM. W. STOCKJNO, (Circuit Court Seal) OepuiJ .Clerk HENRT >! CAIN attorney for Plaintiff • ,]s West Flagler Street Miami. FTorldn,. ,, N ,? TICE BY PUBLICATION L. J.1 E C!BCUIT COURT OF THE !. £oFe?„ TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168444 HOWARD M. O'TOOLE, Plaintiff vs. JEANNE F Q-TOOLB, Oefendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE PO: JEANNE F. O'TOOLE Pox no. Route 1 i'. i rid, Callfoi nla You are hereby notified that a Kill Of i omplaint for Divorce hils been riled against you, anil yon are required to serve a copy of >„ lw Answer ,, r Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. HAVID LEH .*" fth Ave, Miami, Florida, and fil,. the original Answer or I leading In the office of the Clerk '.,'..,""; lr ''"" ''""" "" Of '"fore the -•"til day of May. I9J4. If you fall lo do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief deinatided in ih P Hill ,,f Complaint. Tins notice shall Me published once u? C 5.JS .££. '""'' 'onsecutlve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ,DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, IwT 2Ul ,,ly f A| "'"' AU E B. LEATHERMAN, 'lerk, Circuit Court. Dad* County. Florida ,o, Bv M W I'ARTENHKIMER ',.;.'.'''.', 1 ,; 1 _!_'"."'-' Scal > Hej>uty Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORlRAi.i N CHANCERY. No. 16712*. HTMAN P. STEINBERG and ETHEL STEINBERG, hiwife, Plaintiffs, MART B. BACKETT and EDNA MELLOW LATHAM. ... Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FliNA MELLON LATHAM, Defendant: "lifl Harbor Drive, Blacayne Key, Dade Countv, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the hill of complaint to foreclose mortgage tiled herein on plaintiffs' attorney RICHARD KRIEOER FINK, 112 c.rigreea Kullding. Miami, Florida, and to file the original In the office of the Clerk of the abovi Court on or before the 28th day of .May, lft.'.t. or a default u ill be entered against you. DATED: this Mud day of April, E, B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By M, C. GREEN, Depuiv Clerk. (Seal) 1 :;n 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business iin.ler the flctltloui name of COLLINS ARCADE, C 0 Berlck, Shapiro ,V Find, Attorneys, 110 Lincoln Road, Miami Leach, intend to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida. NATHAN WEINBBRG JACK SONENBL1CK HENRY SONENBLICK 4/30 — &/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name of THE SOUTHWESTER, o Southwest Letter Service, 2847 Coral Way. Miami, intend to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mile County, Plortda. CHARLES M IREEFIELD MARIAN FREEFIELD ;. M.21.21 — 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng t.> engage I" bUllneSS under the flctltlOUl nam.of JAY DEE AMUSEMENT CO at ilii N w 8th Si.. Miami, Intend to register -aid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Had,County, Florida. JOSEPH KOGANOVSKY KF.ItNARD KOUANOVSKV MORTON M. BEIGEL Attorney for Applicants 19 W Flagler St. • ". %  Ml-l'l-us NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th the undersigned, desiring to engage business under Ihe flctltlOU* name -II DOUGLAS ROAD STl'DlO, ..i I tougla* Road, Coral i tables, i "at County, Florida, intendto reglst aid name ;th the I 'lerk of the I 'I .uit Cunt of Dade County, Florida. GERALD II. K1M8EY HENRT M CAIN Vttornej fot Applicant 2S18 Wesl Flaglei St., Miami, Florl 5/7-14-21-28 I.I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage t" bualnes* under the fictitious name of KIDDI KAMPI'S. al '.Tic W. ".1th Street, Hlaleah, intends to register -aid name lib the clerk of the i'ii cult Coii! t of Dude Count\, I-lorida. DOLORES LINN, Sole Owner MARX M FABER Attorne] foi Applicant 112 Congress Kldg. :. 14-21-18 I i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE S AND M CIIKPORATION, lo.ated at s:,.-, Collins Avenue, Mi,, Beach, will only be responsible tor their own debts which have occuirej after May 1st, 1954, "./7-14-2I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168o:5 DORA. STERN, I'lalntiff, Wi • fn FERDINAND STERN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, FERDINAND si'l'iltN. West 95th Street. New York. hi rebj notified thai a Kill of Co plaint lor invoice has been t against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pie Ing to the Kill of Complaint on It he plaintiff's attorney. THEODORE I. BAKOWlTZ, V" Seybold Bulldb -, Miami, Florida, and file the origin ,1 Answer or Pleading in the office i f the Clerk of the Circuit Court, orl or before the 2Sth day of May. MM. I* you fail to do so, Judgment by Aefa lit will he taken against you for the '-lief demanded In the Kill of Compl* DONE AND ORDERED at Mia. Florida, this 27th day of April. It',. K. B. LEATHKRMA.N Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By W.M W. STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy C**rlt 4/30 — 5/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187;7 VINCENT PORTO, also known as VINCENT F. PoRTO, and ALBA !E LORRAINE PORTO, bis wife, I'lalntiff V8. LILLIAN PATNE and JAMES PAYNE, her husband, et a Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LILLIAN PAYNE and JAMES PAYNE, her husband, Mo, .t V-ni'in, Illinois; All unknown heirs, devigrantees, assignees, lienors, oritois, trnaaees, or other part e* claiming by, through, under against ISABEL L CHAMKI: ... LIN, Deceased: All unknown heirs, devil grantees, assignees, lienors, ei 11 or.-, trustees, or other parclaiming by. through, unoer • analnst FRANKLIN EDWAI: • WILLIS, SR also known FRANKLYN E. WILLIS, ceas.-d; MATTIE JOANN ENNI8 MYRON ENNI8, her husbai |625 "H" Street, Sacrainei.. California: The unknown spouses of any rf the above named defendants l If any of the above named fendants be .lead, the unkie. heirs, devisees, grantees, assi-:: ees, lienors. trustees, credit and other parties claiming b>, through, under or against the aliove named defendants; And all parties known or unknown, having or claiming to have any right, titbor Interest in and to the following descrii property, situate, lying and bein% In Dade County, Florida, to-wk: Lota 2 and 3. In Block 117. of HIALEAH. THIRD AUDITION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 7. Pag. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. foi' AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint t • Quiet Title to the aliove dcscrili real pr op er ty has been filed agali..-L you, and you are required to ser\. copy "f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff-' attorney, GEOKOE cilERTKOF. 6711 Olympla Kullding. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Plea 'iriK In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OH Or liefore the 7th day ..f June, 1954. if you fall to do Judgment by default will be taken ngatlnat you for the relief demaadi in the Kill of Complaint. This Notice shall be published oi each week for four consecutive wei in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Mint Florida, this Ui'th dav of April, A IS34. i:. O. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court, i i;oie ('ountv, Florida B] M, W. 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PAGE 12 B Je4sincrJ£&L ZOA Raps Move To Arm Arabs Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida, representing all Zionist Bodies here, this week, announced the organization's following stand: "The decision of our government to give military aid to the government of Iraq will not contribute to the peace of the Middle East, nor will it strengthen the defenses of the free world. "Iraq has been the most vindictive and belligerent member of the Arab League in the continuing war against Israel. It has refused even to enter into an armistice agreement with Israel. "To arm Iraq at a time when Arab-Israel tension has been mounting and without a firm com mitment to make peace with Israel is to fortify and embolden Arab intransigeance and risk a renewal of open hostilities "The way to win the friendship Of the Arab peopV for America and for the cause of freedom is to ghre them economic and technical assistance to raise their leviill f hv ing. But we shall not befriend them by giving them arms to be used for war in the region, or to bolster despotic military regimes. The Zionist Council of South Florida urges our government to reconsider this provocative decision." Discussion Group Meets The discussion group of Naomi Croup of lladassah met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Mor ton tollman, 230 SW 51st ct. Naomi Group's president. Mrs. Gerald I.oltz. discussed her trip to Israel and the series on "Great Jewish Women in History." Proceeds for Sanctuary Sisterhood of Agudath Israel He brew Institute will hold a "Nijiht of Stars" program at the Delano Hotel on Sunday evening. May 23. 8 p.m. Featured will be orchestra leader Irving Pietrack. All pro CMdl are for the completion of the new sanctuary Weiss Elected Sidney S. Weiss. Hialeah furniture factory owner, was elected to a four-year term as councilman in Ba) Harbor Islands last week. Votters also approved revisions of the Town charter. Weiss received 205 votes. Also running was Ronald Barnack. attorney. Clark W. Blackburn, general director. Family Service Association of America, presents Peggy Wood and Judson Laire, stars of the television family drama. "Mama." with the first family service television award for "constructive portrayal of American family life." The program was judged as winner by Board and statt members of family service agencies throughout the country who scored various family TV shows on their home sets. Jewish Social Service Bureau of Miami is a member agency. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM "SCRTFuTl Friday thru Monday (May 14-17) FRIDAY MORNING SATURDAY 7:00 Today 7:15 7:30 7:45 SUNDAY MONDAY Today f :00 A M. 'I'll, .it i %  :15 8:30' B:5| 8:00 Ding iJoiif St-aoot S..1 \\ M Teal Pal Mu. T( % %  Pat., Mus. | \ \i rii. ,,n. 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Coablnto, THE JEWISH OMTY and THE IEW1M WEEKL
JE 23Number 20
islators
\p Judaism
incil Stand
kflNGTON (JTA) Speaker
House Joseph W. Martin, Jr.,
i statement this week differ-
|h Ihe views of the Ameri-
uncil for Judaism. He said
reeling he sent the Coun-
fceent Philadelphia conven-
i no way implies any change
ude on my part toward the
Israel."
[Martin said his record fav-
"the Jewish National State is
kntl .-Mould be convincing."
failed that he has been a
|r of Congress for 30 years
all Ih;- period has been "a
supporter of the Jewish
Homeland." The com-
|tion sent the Council for
n. he explained, was a form
lg Intended only as a court-
a group assembled for a
Ition.
ve consistently supported
ki for Ihe advancement of
as a cause in which I con-
ously believe," said Rep.
| Me added that on a recent
i Israel he was "happy to ob-
e excellent progress of this
btion and to obtain first
knowledge of the fact ttuU
kh in I-rael as a free and in-
put land has been amply
Edward Martin. Pennsyl
(tepubliean. likewise issued a
fnt making it clear that he
fct support the objectives of
perican i ouncil for Judaism.
nade the statement to clar-
pUcitj given by the Council
klter of greeting which the
solicited from him before
Ivention. Sen. Martin said
Per was merely a letter of
pgs to an organization but in
' was an endorsement of any
i derogatory to the develop-
ed progress of the State of
Irefutation was made in con-
fn with a speech delivered
I Council by Assistant State
fry Henry A. Byroade who
pvised Israel to curb immi-
il!f a means of allay> Arab
[wore Zionist expansion."
PRICE: TEN CENTS
U.S. Zionists Charge State Department
With Using Pressure Tactics on Israel
Shown at a luncheon for Sponsors of Israel ore (left to right)
Mrs. Joseph Cherner, hostess: Mrs. Fannie Selig, chairman of
Women's Division, State of Israel Bond Organization; Jacob
Sher, Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds; and Mrs. Anne
Hijtschman. Sponsors are women who purchase a minimum
ci 51,000 in the new Development Issue of Israel Bond*. Great-
er Miami plans to mark Israel's anniversary at a Bond affair
al the Westview Country Club on May 22. (See Fage 1 B)
NEW YORK (JTA)The Amer-
ican Zionist Committee for Public
Affairs, official spokesman for all
Zionist bodies in the United States,
this week charged that the Depart-
ment of State has adopted a new
and "obviously partisan" policy in
the Middle East by "exerting pres-
sure on Israel to offer concessions
to the Arab states on the assump-
tion that peace may be purchased,"
and without any intimation that
the Arabs are prepared to consider
the slightest step toward negotia-
tions for peace.
Following a meeting of repre-
sentatives of all national Zionist
organizations, the committee issued
a statement in which it took sharp
exception to two speeches on Arab-
Israel relations made by Assistant
Secretary of State Henry A. By-
roade in Dayton, Ohio, on April 9.
and in Philadelphia on May 1. The
statement reads:
"A new line of policy in the Mid
die East has been expressed by As-
sistant Secretary of State Henry A.
Byroade in two significant speeches
in which he has urged Israel to
change its immigration policy and
to make other drastic concessions
King Hussein Asks for New Government
Cabinet Falls; British
Note Urges Direct 'Peace' Talk
LONDON (JTA) King Hussein
of Jordan ha", summoned former
Premier Tewfik Ahdul Huda and
asked him to form a new govern-
ment following the resignation of
the entire Jordanian Cabinet as a
result of a note delivered by Brit-
ish Charge d'Affairs John Rich-
mond advising Jordan to accept the
United Nations invitation for di-
rect talks with Israel on the border
situation.
It was confirmed here that such
a note was presented to the Amman
government, but the belief was ex-
pressed in official British circles
that ihe note was not responsible
Jot the fall of the Jordanian Cab-
inet. The note was prepared by the
o0?'^
V*.
IPow 0i Stq,e John Fotrter Dulles, President Eisenhower
Viinnf er ^"^a' "Arthur 'E. Summerfield shown at a
rtv!, ceremny recently introducing the new 8-cent
>wa8.Kmp to ** used for foreign-bound first-class mail,
man ? SCene of a controversial address given by Rabbi
UhirK President of the Synagogue Council of Amer-
oloo resul,ed ^ &* walkout of Arab officials and letters
"X the State Department. Rabbi Salit characterized
'he only democracy in the Near East."
la.
Kmbassy staff in Amman "and was
designed to mak clear the United
Kingdom's position as the Security
Council prepared to resume discus
sion of the problem, it was stated
here.
It is believed here that a British
note has also been handed the Is-
rael Government. This one, it is un-
derstood, suggested that Israel re-
turn to participation in the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Commis
sion.
A full-scale debate on the Israel-
Jordan situation took place in the
House of Commons when Laborite
M. P. Arthur Henderson under-
took to question Minister of State
for Foreign Affairs Selwyn Lloyd
on the British Government's po-
sition at the security Council,
which today again debated the
Palestine question.
Mr. Lloyd told the House that
"our primary objective in the cur-
rent Security Council debate is to
work out measures which will re-
duce tension between Jordan and
Israel by preventing more incidents
and by restoring to use the armis-
tice machinery." On this basis, he
stressed, the government did not
exclude the possibility of instruct-
ing its representative at the United
Nations to propose in the Security
Council that Israel and Jordan be
invited to high level talks on the
basis of the existing armistice pact.
This last suggestion was support-
ed by Mr. Henderson, who also
wanted Britain to suggest to the Se-
curity Council that the observer
staff in Palestine be increased sub-
stantially. Mr. Lloyd promised that
the government would keep the
suggestion in mind during discus-
sions of methods for reducing ten-
sion.
Mr. LJoyd said that it was his
impression that the observer staff
had recently been increased from
19 to 32. Conservative deputy God-
frey Nicholson commented dryly
that the more United Nations ob-
servers there were in Palestine, the
more incidents there seemed to be
among the parties concerned. Mr.
Lloyd said he felt the difficulty in
the present situation was that the
UN truce staff observed what hap-
pened after it had transpired. The
problem of how to prevent such oc-
currences, he repeated, was still
under consideration.
Committee Urges Washington
Net to Arm Middle East States
CINCINNATI (JTA)The United
States Government was urged here
by the American Jewish Committee
to cease giving arms aid to any na-
tion in the Middle East "until a
more peaceful situation develops
in that troubled area."
A resolution to this effect was
adopted at a session of the annual
meeting of the AJC national exe-
cutive attended by 200 leaders
lrom all parts of the country. An-
other resolution urged the strength-
ening Of the United Nations Pales-
tine truce organization so as to
make it a more effective instru-
ment to prevent further clashes be-
tween the Arab countries and Is-1
rael.
The session also urged the U.S.
Government to continue economic
aid to all Middle East nations and
continue provision for the resettle-
ment of Arab refugees so that the
standard of living of Arabs and Is-
raelis alike will be raised. "Eco-
nomic improvement of all peoples
in the area will create conditions
conducive to the development of
stable governments and democratic
institutions," a resolution stated.
all without any intimation that
the Arabs are prepared to con-
sider the slightest step toward ne-
gotiations for peace. Thus, the De-
partment of State is now exerting
pressure on Israel to offer conces-
sions in advance to the Arab states
on the assumption that peace may
be purchased.
"The proposal that Israel limit
its immigration to set Arab fears
at rest strikes at the heart of Is-
rael's existence. Israel was created
to provide a homeland and sanctu-
ary for Jews. We deeply regret that
an official of our great country
with its own proud record of sanc-
tuary should admonish the new-
born Israel to abandon its funda-
mental purpose.
Byroad* Chided
"Without discussing the merits
of Mr. Byroade's proposals, we are
constrained to point out that it is
unprecedented tor an official of
the Department of State to carry
on diplomatic relations with a
friendly government from the lec-
ture platform.
"But far more serious is the im-
pression that Mr. Byroade has be-
come the advocate of the Arab
view that the responsibility for the
present conflict in the Middle East
rests with Israel.and that Israel
must Jake the initiative to bring
about peace. Every objective and
impartial observer of the Middle
East scene knows that the funda-
mental cause of the continuing un-
rest is the refusal of the Arab
states to accept the very fact of Is-
rael's existence and to enter into
any negotiations with her. The
Arab attitude, which Mr. Byroade
euphemistically described as 'ne-
gativism,' is fortified and strength
ened when. the State Department
becomes its apologist."
U.S. ar.d Israel at Odds
Ambassador Abba S. Eban dis-
closed in Washington that he would
call on Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles to deliver a formal pro-
test on behalf of the Government of
Israel against the recent public
statement of Assistant Secretary of
State Henry A. Byroade which
called on Israel to give up large-
scale immigration into the Jewish
State in order to allay Arab fears.
The Byroade speech, delivered
in Philadelphia before the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism, was the
second expression by the American
diplomat of critical views on Is-
rael within a short period of time.
Both speeches were regarded as
major policy statements on the
Middle East and both resulted in
sharp criticism and resentment.
Continued on Pag* 8 A
Imanuel Ctlltr
"increases tensions"


PAGE 2 A
.aW/cA/fcr**r
Talianoff, Chertkof Announce County
Wide Clean Up; Reports Mark Gains
A county-wide cleanup drive has
been launched in the Combined
Jewish Appeal under leadership of
George J. Talianoff and George
Chertkof.
The two attorneys, known for
sands of distressed men. women,
and children from tension areas If
Europe, provide food, clothing,
shelter, and medical assistance to
165.000 sick and refugee .lews am
<>ive settlement and -otlyjr aid ii
*heir"varied activities' In Whnlf of'the United States rr- fVr+nf or ex
communitv welfare programs and pecteH reluuee newcomers In Mi
local philanthropic. Have been se ami. C.1A dollars support th.....TV
lected hv CJA officials to direct ices rendered our coramunitj
the final solicitation of outstand through Mount Sinai Hospital.
ing contributors | Bureau of Jewish Education Je
At last week's report rally of
the General Mobilization Division,
plans were outlined by Chertkof
and Talianoff which, if proper!}
carried out, will bring the Division
within striking distance ol their
quota of $99,106.
As of hist week, the chairmen,
who have divided solicitation areas
into Miami and Miami Beach sec
lions, report that there is a marked
increase in the number of gilts
Irom the general community this
> i ,ir compared with 1953
Chertkof and Talianoff predicts
that a record total will he chalked
up in this division before the date
of Federation's annual meeting on
May 20 and urged each and every
famil) to participate in the drive
bj making their contribution at
ish Home for the Aged. Jewish So
cial Service Bureau, the Center,
and the National Council of Jew-
ish Women "
Other major divisions have also
accelerated their efforts to reach
prospects in the cleanup period.
Chertkof and Talianoff said lack
Muravchick. chairman of the Hotel
Division, reports an enthusiastic
response from the several hundred
hotels which participate in the
drive each >car
The two attrneyi also indicated
that Abe Wurman, chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal flying
Squadron, traditionally assumes
responsibility for coverage of the
community's "unusual'' prospectl
and has been eminently successful
in securing contributions from
nice, no matter how small or large | manv Yiew donors in the area Also
The report rally program last
week found veteran campaigners
in the division turning in substan
tial pledge collections and request
ing additional assignments in the
final cleanup week of the cam
The) Must Nol Stand Alone'
a slogan which applies to our
fellow lews in Israel as well as to
the 54 health, welfare and cultural
institutions in Miami and through
"lit the nation.'' -aid Chertkof and
."it in a joint statement at
: the < '.i A meeting
Our contribution to CJA will
strengthen Israel's economy, speed
the movement to Israel ol thou
Six Take Exam
For Certificate
After ten sessions ol the Jeru-
salem Certificate Course sponsored
by the Bureau ol Jewish Education
and tayght by Joshua Stadlan, five
students of the class sat through
is hour examination, accord-
g i" Herbert Zvl Berger, director
ol Extension Activities at t he
I an
The examination was held here
I is) wi eh Candidates passing will
receive the Jerusalem Certificate
Associate in Hebrew, from the He-
w University at Jerusalem
offering their cooperation in the
final cleanup will be EUbbl Irv-
ing Lehrman, Rabbi Leon Rronish
and Rabin Joseph Narot, "ho have
volunteered to reach outstanding
prospects through a concentrated
telephone solicitation campaign be-
ing organized at Federation offices
According to Chertkof and Tali-
anoff, M. .1. KopelowiU campaign
leader of one of the first drives
ever held m the Greater Miami
area and a prominent civic worker
has set up his telephone solicita-
tion headquarters at the Federa-
tion office1 (nun which spot he has
initiated ,, well-planned series of
contacts KopelowiU has an-
nounced that many prospects have I
simply overlooked the deadline ol
j the CJA drive and are happy to
make their CJA contribution when
i reminded of this fact
Other major divisions included in
the cleanup drive are Initial Gifts.
Winter Residents, Women's Divi-
sion and Apartment House Divi-
sion
"As .lews we must do more, give
more, work bander than ever be-
fore in behalf of these humanitar-
ian causes. said Chertkof and Tali-
anoff "It we make the supreme ef-
fort that human needs and historic
events dictatethe needy overseas
and our own institutions in this
community will not stand alone.
Three Miami student- received the but will grow, upbuild, and pres-
lorvvard to achieve unity, strength,
and dignity.' the two chairmen de-
clared
Jerusalem Certificate in 1953.
Purpose of the examination spofl
sored by the Hebrew University
lhe World Union for Jewish m
Education is to stimulate the study i
of advanced Hebrew literature The .
examination covers over loo chap-'I
-ters of the Bible, several books of! j
Post-Biblical literature and the I I
works of such modern Hebrew writ- j
ters as Ahad Ha'am. Biaiif, Agnon I
and Yaari.
The examination is given annual' j
ly in over a dozen countries
throughout the world. Miami can-
didates for the 1954 Jerusalem Cer-
tificate are Charles Liebman, Sam
uel Vogelbaum. Sar^h Cohen, Anne
Yanitch and Nina Lazebnik.
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman (center), spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, greets Combined Jewish Appeal leaders George
Talianoff (left) and George Chertlfof ar a ;eport rally of General
Mobilization Division. Rabbi Lehrman commended achieve-
ment of CJA volunteers in 1954, urged community support oi
cleanup campaign.
Yiddish Poet Honored on Birthday
The well known Yiddish poet.
journalist and essayist. Reuben Ice-
land, celebrated his 70th birthday
Sunday with a dinner at the Em-
bassj Restaurant Some 60 guests
took part in the celebration.
Poet I J Schwartz was master
of ceremonies. He introduced Dr.
Alexander Mukdoni. Yiddish jour-
nalist and critic, Ehiel Ix'sowoder.
Or. Max Dobrin. Zevi Kessel. of
Mexico < ity. and Yiddish poets
Celia Drapkin and A. (ilantz-Ley-
ele-. who greeted Iceland.
Iceland became a member of the
editorial staff of the Yiddish daily.
"The Day," on which he remained
until July 1. 1952. when he retired
Since then, he has lived in Miami
Beach, where he met and married
live
his present wife. Ida. They
at 1024 Washington ave.
Iceland published two volumes
of poetry. Now he has ready for
the press a new Book of poetry, a
book of essays and a hook of
memoirs of his childhood and
youth.
TERMITES
SWARMING?
CALL 'Otto'
FREE INSPECTION mi
OK IN
*t-:flj[fB>
all 2-1776
Mtmber of S nol B'rlth
North Dade Installation
North Dade Jewish Center will
install officers of the Center. Sis
terhood. PTA and Men'.s Club on
Saturday evening. Rabbi Jlenn
Okolica will officiate? (iueM speak
er will be Ben Kssen, Miami attor
ney. with Rabbi David Shapiro.
Temple Sinai of Hollywood spirit
ual leader, offering the benedic-
tion.
*" Miami \,
ety for Hebrew dT t?n*l
States.
Torah l/mew
ah. with head
quarters in Nev'
Yrk City, i- r,
sponsible f(ir th( j
eatablishnnM ol
more than 50 da
schools ,, varj
oils I or at ion
throughout th,1
country
Dr. Kaminets-
ky. author, lecturer and hi
cator. will spen(| ^.^
Miami, where he will
heads of the various
and cultural organization,,
confer with the faculty a
Istration of the Hebrew,
on the Beach and the'
Academy in Miami.
The Hebrew Academic-
ganized with the cooper**.
assistance of Torah lme*o|J
year- ago at which tine |
Alexander S. Gross was ft |
sentative and head ol the f
j Organization Department.
Dr Kaminetsky arnnd]
I from Louisville, Ky. wherck
I dressed a dedication dinar!
Louisville Jewish Day Seal
received a plaque in behaifj
"exemplar; work" of t>
sorah in founding Kento
day school
From Miami he it pro*
Atlanta Gl where he i
the fir-l officer! of the I
I)a> School.
Dr Kaminetsk) el
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fs. Friedland to
Installed
L ,, Hotel will be the scene
{installation'JunclMOfl <>f the
u Chapter, American Jewish
. js, al i"||,n on Monday, May
t^i Irving I.ehrman will in-
[ihe officers. Mayor Harold
| will extend greetings to
nests Mrs. Harold Shapiro
r..e the invocation. Mrs. Ben
oi js chairman of the day.
jeers to be installed are the
\, h Larry Friedland, presi-
Joseph Singer. Sidney Fing-
M Jack Edwards, vice presi-
Binah Winoker, treasurer;
Goldberg, financial secre-
Jack I.evenson, correspond-
ecretary; Ida Cohen, record-
tcretary; Henry Berg, social
wan: and Harry Koretsky,
|ge Will Meet
uhine Rebekata Lodge No. 9
|neet in the Lyceum Hall, 25
ijggton ave.. on Tuesday, May
k; 8 p.m.
krhwerger Unveiling
I dedication of a monument
lie memory of the late Sarah
J verger, formerly of 6721
fl'h St., a> held Sunday, May
- m. .it Mt. Sinai Memorial
Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T.
\i-.y officiating. Mrs. Rauch-
,. i~ survived by her husband.
two sons, Samuel and Harry,
mi daughters, Frieda Ach-
rg and Pauline Solo: a broth-
I* rris Hcrling, and a sister,
V- Schechter. Mrs. Rauchwer
.- a member of Congregation
El. Arrangements were in
I,- il Palmer's Miami Monu-
r 'ompany,
Brown Unveiling
The dedication ol a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Brown lo,meny 01 ,,v0 CoIU
ave Mian,. Bwch, will take place
Sunday, May 16. 2:3(( J
MeMheloa officiating. Mr. r
is survived by his ,fe. Rose \,
rangernents ** in c*jr*ge of Thur-
mond Monument Company Friends
and relatives are asked to attend
Oboler Double Unveiling
The dedication of monument to
the memory of Bessie and Morris
Oboler, formerly of 1415 uh
ave Miami Beach, will lake place
Sunday, May 16, 2 p.m.. at Ml Nebo
Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Oboler
are survived by one son, Albert
and two daughters, Sylvia Bern-
stein, of Miami Beach, and Mrs
Mary Bass, of New York. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend
^Jwistrtmridton
Sussman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Miss
Miriam E. Sussman, former1 v of
3621 NW 14 ter.. will take \ ace
Sunday. May 16. 2:30 p.m.. at Mt
Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Jo
seph Narot officiating. Miss Suss-
man is survived by her mother,
Lena; two brothers, Morton, of Mi-
ami, and Sydney A., of the U.S. Air
Force, and a sister, Jeanne Blum-
berg, of Tampa. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
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7a .,1 i,.BE,,iC2E philip
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ten, m,. bom Genet, Miami Beach,
'I I Mn. Barah Mfakoff, New Vork
',!'";- <<<> Burial wai In New
u',h, J*''..... Beach Riverside
re < local arrangement!
EDWARD SCHEER
hs< 1 away Monday. Mai i at all
1.....' '-nil sw ,,,, M. tfelV."'
'"" il-J;1.- "'- ''> ':i.-ir: ,.
tor, Mrs. nyra samueli i Ml-\ml;
four Hlatera. Including Mlw r'rleriu
hchctr, i.t Miami: nil two grandchil-
dren. He wax a Miami rPMi'leiit in: ,
M.11- and member of the Jamea Car-
nal, Maaonlc Lodge, Mabl Temple, Ml-
Am-1 grotto, Kliis Lodge, B'nal B*rlth
ami Tflll|i|p lxi.nl. Arranv. !ii,-nl>
ware la charge of Gordon'* 1
Home, arltb Interment in Mount Nebo
('emeti i
lifl Unveiling
dedication of a monument
memory ol the late Flora P.
formerly of 617 Fast DiLido
Miami Beach, will take place
Map 16, 2 p.m.. at Grace
?ark Cemetery, with Rabbi
Narol officiating. Mrs I,ew
irvived by her husband. Ben-
and three sons. Cyril A
y Gerald, both of Miami, and
ol Beverly HiUs, Cal.; also
hter. Mrs. Cecelia Wilchins,
Hnhoe, N Y. Arrangements
charge oi Palmer's Miami
1 '' ( ompany. Friends and
e are asked to attend.
Rein Unveiling
be dedication of a monument
In memory of the late Hyman
' formerly of 1901 SW 29th
ill take place Sunday, May
Ml., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
emetery, with Rabbi Max
officiating. Mr. Epstein is
f Harold and Martin; two
}' Dorothy Rosenberg, of
! nd Mrs. Milton Fish, of
: N v also one brother,
I ter ami seven grandchildren.
t ",s are in charge of
Miami Monument Com-
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LEO MINDLIN
,-j.ri......v.............. News Editor
Friday. May 14. 1954
Volume 28 Number 20
Iyar 11. 5174
Mr. Sharett Tells Byroade Israel's
Immigration Policy Must Continue
It seems to us to be a matter of general agree-
ment that Israel owes much to the United States
in the historic announcement of its independ-
ence back in 1948. It is also a matter of agree-
ment that Israel has, to the best of its ability,
sought since that time to show its recognition
of that debt.
In this regard, the Jewish State has definitely
placed itself at the disposal of the West when
a neutral position might have advanced its
fevor in the eyes of the Soviet empire. Israel
has turned to us for technical and financial as-
sistance and is already repaying some of its
obligations incurred in the name of economic
end industrial progress.
In short, Israel has made no secret of the fact
that its government wants friendship with the
United States on a total basis and that it will
not, like other nations, seek personal advan-
tage as a reward for beinq on the "right side"
in the cold war between East and West.
It was therefore extremely pertinent for Prime
er Moshe Sharett Tuesday to tell our gov-
ernment that this past relationship which the
Jewish State has been buildinq must not be
:sken for granted. The firey Prime Minister
was, of course, referrina to Assistant Secretary
o! State Henrv A. Byroade's two major address-
es last month.
Principally. Mr. Byroade had advised Israel
to curtail immigration as a means of allaying
Arab fears which pathologically center on
"Zionist expansion."
In essence. Mr. Sharett informed our govern-
ment that the Assistant Secretary's advice was
kind but unnecessary and that it did injury to
the Jewish State's most sacred and precious
asset an open door for the ingathering of
exiles. Mr. Sharett, it seems to us, also wisely
rapped Henry Byroade on the knuckles for re-
marking that if the USSR let the Jews out of the
Soviet Union, it would be only to create turmoil
in the Middle East.
This was all part of the youthful State De-
partment official's wisdom, but he did not
reckon, as did Mr. Sharett, on the fact that such
observations play directly into the hands of
Russian divide-and-conquer policy currently
wooing Arab favor in the Middle East.
The exchange between the two men seemed
to us to be that of an experienced diplomat
chastising the errant, if witty for his age, child.
We trust that Mr. Byroade will look upon Mr.
Sharett's reply to him in that manner and profit
thereby. We have only one reservation in the
anticipation of such a prospect: our govern-
ments haste in printing and making public
the Assistant Secretary's addresses at Dayton
and Philadelphia without the benefit of subse-
quent conference in Washington.
.ISSKs Annual M The Jewish Social Service Bureau held its
34th annual meeting on Sunday at the Shel-
borne Hotel. The organization's yearly gather-
ings continue to reveal JSSB's steady growth
and accomplishment in the expanding Greater
Miami scene.
Several of the Bureau's top leaders came in
for official commendation, and we think this
alone indicates the calibre of-the agency and
the work it has been doing here.
Herbert Scher, a vice president of JSSB since
1950 and on its Board for the past 12 years, re-
ceived an official citation from President Eisen-
hower for his efforts in behalf of National Em-
ploy the Physically Handicapped.
Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers, outgoing Jewish
Social Service Bureau president, was similarly
honored for her endeavor locally by the Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
Such leadership emphasizes JSSB's vitality.
As we see it, the agency has been dealing with
family and personal problems in increasingly
significant fashion. Long concerned with al-
leviating maladjustment resulting from friction
in the home, as well as from economic and
health difficulties. JSSB only six months ago
also undertook to include in its realm of worry
the physically handicapped for whom the labor
market carries small opportunity.
The Sunday meeting revealed for us startling
figures on the success the agency has had in
placing such persons locally. Those present
were also apprised of the fact that the Bureau
is now throwing open to the community for
study the need of a ch;ld care program. This,
it seems to us. reaffirmed the fact that JSSB con-
tinues not only to keep pace with Miami's ex-
panding needs but also acts as a leader in
pointing out these needs and in calling for our
concerted effort to deal with them.
Certainly, much remains to be accomplished
in these various fields with which the Jewish
Social Service Bureau copes, and its profes-
sional, as well as active lay workers, are fully
apprised of that fact. We applaud them for
their past successes and hope with them for
the attainment of their future ambitions. The
election of their new president, Mrs. Leo Acker-
man, is a continued step in JSSB's progress.
The University of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra concluded its 1953-1954 winter series of
concerts on Sunday and Monday evenings at
the Miami Beach and Dade County Audito-
riums.
On that occasion, it was fitting, indeed, for
the orchestra's own concertmaster to be fea-
tured in a performance of a major work from
the violin concerto repertoire. Emphasized was
the musical organization's steady progress
made over the years. The passing of the sea-
son has left us in a nostalgic mood allayed
only by a keen sense of anticipation for next
winter's group of concerts.
We are also gladdened by the approaching
summer series of pop programs scheduled to
open at the Beach Auditorium on June 20. Gay
musical evenings are in store for all of us who
find the University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra and music, generally, an integral part
of our lives and who wish to support that or-
ganization in each of its worthy efforts.
BEST WISHES FOR A PEACEFUL AND
HAW ANNIVERSARY
During The Week...a i
By LEO MINDLIN
I SPOKE AT A LUNCHEON CLUB moot
B'nai Brith. the Offer day. It was a Kratify.n/w !ml Ml
once ail at once. I had the opportunity i, L dls,urSn
publicly on an important matter, and forthat "press'"* "n2
to the engagement. But within Ihe .short period IT?1' ^fl
afford away from our offices, there w-a< lit o alllii
elaborate. I found myself racing from one issue?!lUnily h
most desperate effort to cover them all Thu ei,e"i
none in any worthwhile fashion and felt that 'the ?TH M
form of a patchwork quilt. allt This was precisely against what I had warned m, h-
topic was on the need for current historic awareJ? uH
was that American democratic tradition lav steen.H ^ M
century revolutionary philosophy and that the'nineteen.!,'" "N
of Manifest Destiny was an extension of that pwESSl
social and economic values were concerned I also ar.L^'H
can identification with revolutionary concepts was vim, 1
find its way into other nations of the Western hemiuT?l
I indicated that our government in its early .lay, took th?i V
ing to other peoples of the world the same freedoms itiff
for itself only a short time before. V
In the face of this noble beginning, there is our hriiilJ
experience which finds us fostering reactionary forces Z
world as a means of combatting Communist expansion Thi to our yet infantile understanding of the processes involvu
of ideas There were the inevitable and unclarified refetroLVl
McCarthyism, our failure to understand American tradition wtM
tinguish between democratic and oligarchic revolution aswetta?
need for reexamining the past in light of the present.'
I may have succeeded in pointing out that much remains J
we are ever "to sell" our beliefs to the rest of the world Bj
prey to an unpardonable error. For I echoed the hvstencal a
failed to reflect the more mature wisdom of the thinking mm
equated American anti Communism with Mc(larthyun and Ai
confusion and fear with that ism again and again.
>
I SHOULD HAVE POINTED OUT THAT part of our effort J
the worth of our way of life la to prove the worth of the meansi
ploy to combat its enemies. If I cannot accept the heroic proa
Mr McCarthy, then there must bo time for me to flay him Bit]
must also bo time for me to seek out a new hern and to dn
his value. '.> do otherwise is to bring (o the American
sense of philosophical poverty alien to it.
I should have pointed out in my rejection "( McCarthy i
that he can never be a proper agent in the anti-Commum-t(
could have said more clearly that Fascism was an ideology op
no philosophy and therefore a brutal force designed to
non channeled aggressions of the mass of human kind For*
son, McCarthy might have been an effective anti Fascist ust
where passions ran high and where reason was obscured
said that Communism, contrarily, is an ideology expressing i
philosophic attitudes, that the Communism currently ensuring!
of people behind the Iron Curtain is the Fascist brand tl
intellectual expression of the political and socio-economic I
we are forced to combat in the war of ideas.
In that sense, every Soviet embassy in the West is an i
the propagation of Communistic concepts designed to attract Ihi
of the intellectual. It is clear to most observers, therefore. Iff
munist officials prefer doing business when they must with theC
ist whom they JKpfess to despise and with the intellectual "
proven to be their softest touch. The history of American lahri
the end of the nineteenth century and the rise of trade-u
case in point. Labor and the unions especially have been |
poor breeding grounds for Communism; this is astonishing hi I
the fact that sensibility would have us believe precisely the r
to be true.
The more perplexing revelations of Communist i**|
arts, science and education seem to serve as a directions w
anti-Communist activity in our nation. (This fact, too, must M
ed within the scope of its limitation; the uncovering of C*
in these fields has been marked by an appalling wm^*
ments resulting from non intellectual agents whose methods*
more applicable in the battle against Fascism.) I should therasj
pointed out at the B'nai B'rith meeting that a different kinflj
cover operation is needed from the one lone and notorwair-
now in operation, if our government's battle is to be su
*
NONKATIONAL TECHNIQUES SUCH AS those employ^
current Senate sub-committee and its Wisconsin chairman b^s
fore of necessity prove to be a failure in the battle against
here. Continued employment of such techniques putsiw ,
vantage because it provides the opportunity for further con .
of the enemies in our midst whom we seek to uncover >
iheir disguise, identify themselves with us *>
Mr. McCarthy, for example?
An enormous crowd gathered at Flamingo PW jj'
to honor the dead heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto. Of W*-v
gathering, few knew anything about the true character
tion" that sponsored the affair There, was an WJ^KS
to the fullest extent the sponsors on the Tight nae ~
in no other fashion. rlannnlH
A prominent communal worker, referring to the: jj
rally, said to me after the B'nai Brith meeting: wanj R 3
died in that Ghetto uprising. Why have we WWfJ
man alliance with Molotov and von Ribbentrop -"*,.
Stalin smiling benevolently above them? Now ,heyTLv use
and make scathing attacks against McCarthyism. i (0
fortune and identify themselves with our noble* w
their cause." ^
I should, indeed, have discussed alternate and **J3
to be employed in the current war of ideas There. hJS, pro.-
Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Commit ^ JeWS, *
this sort in mind. That is certainly a good V11"?'{rtedoms
deeply concerned with the maintenance of our oasi ^ ^ i
the efforts aimed at protecting them while txa"* political
those who employ auch freedoms illicitly to hide w ^ of ^
As Jews, we are on occasion mentioned in the n ^^
rightly or wrongly accused of Communist ctlv'l>o Mfc,rtW *
true that we take a negative stand with regard io tberefore
"pro-American" agent of our government. ,d |jr. If
more and more vocal in sach dimensions wn (jeinocn*t'
non-rationalism anathema and which look to mo ^
policing in accordance with our traditional sense
I preseata


ly, MAY 14, 1954
WwMncrictian
Astor Stars in Biltmore Playhouse iMrs Rat^N^ied
m A > I'm....... Ik
PAGE 5 A
luction of Noel Coward's Comedy
((. Lives.'' Noel Coward's
i comedy, opened a two
gapement at the Biltmore
,se this week and brought
igtor to Greater Miami thea-
s [or the first time.
Astor plays opposite Rex
and a cast which includes
C'onway and Marianne
j The stage, screen and
star is excellent as
and O'Mally turns in
"al fine performance as
|ly selected Miss Astor as
|ing lady because of her fa-
y with Coward's- plays.
, the screen has taken up
1 her time, she has played
Itently on the stage on the
bast and in stock, appearing
award Everett Horton in
I the Married." "Tonight at
jfith Estelle Winwood and
lliui Nugent in "The Male
J Summer, she toured in
bhy." lenne in "The Starcross
en Broadway and took the
(the Wesl Coast Company of
If the Cuckoo." She was
In in "Late Love" at the
tn Theater in Phoenix, Ari-
lley directed and co-starred
la la Galienne in "Private
Ia> the cabinet minister in
fcliY" Mine which finished
>ii showing Monday night,
la hosl ill admirers.
JBtc Lives,' will be pre-
|by the Biltmore players
excepl Monday, 8:30
I wit h matinees at 2:30 both
and Sunday.
ile Emcmu-El to
Board Member
|k EmanU'Kl will honor Irv-
Utzman. a member of its
pf Directors, at a special
kudos mi Saturday at 5:45
fctordinn to Samuel Fried-
fesident
I Irving Lehrman and offi-
I the congregation will pay
11" Schatzman in "appre-
jof his outstanding service
Tcmpii' for the last six
I hatzman is treas-
the Men's Club, co-chair-
Ihe i her's Committee,
|n-i Vou h Breakfast Hosts
I <>i the Education
It
Bureau President
Mrs. Maltilda Raner. communal
workerhai been elected president
Of the Bureau ol Jewish Education
tor the year 1954-1955.
She |g known here as one of the
Charter members of Federation,
,n i ^urea.u f Jewish Education
and other local agencies. Mrs. Rat-
ner has also held key posts in Mi-
ami s Bonds of Israel campaign.
Along with Mrs. Ratner the fol-
lowing officers were elected: hon-
orary president, Max Meisel; hon-
orary vice presidents, Harry Sim-
onhoff and Israel Shapoff; vice
presidents, Harold Thurman, Sol
'.oldman and Joseph Duntov sec-
retary. Ben Zion Ginsburg; and
treasurer, Sam Prosterman.
The election meeting held at the
Bureau building on May 10 also
adopted a new constitution, calling
Mr*. Sander* to Mte installed
Mrs. Helen Sanders, newly i Korsun, Bernard Lowenthal, Doris
elected president of the Miami Medcove, Gershon Miller, Benja-
Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Worn- min Reich, David Rott, Leo Rubin,
en, will be installed on Tuesday, I Louis Shafkin, Ray Shainess,
May 18th, 12 noon, at the Empress I Charles Silvers, Jack Silverman,
Hotel M;nK.,i c.__..: n-----u o-x...i
Hotel.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
Ida Optner. vice president of Dist.
No. 5. Officers being stalled with
Mrs. Sanders are vice presidents. I
Mrs. A. Schwartz, Mrs. H. Stern, F_:oe d.:,,,, fl-_-J
to. D. Brown and Mrs. B. Rimer;!tntnes Bein Michael Sossin, Harold Spiegel.
Installation chairman is Mrs. Ben
Lebow. Program chairman is Mrs.
Herman Stern.
treasurer, Mrs. I. Solomon; finan-
cial secretary, Mrs. L. Korson.
Recording secretary, Mrs. T.
Isaacs; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. W. Kaplin; associate secretary,
Mrs. J. Silverman; social secretary.
Mrs. S. Korenblit; parliamentarian,
Mrs. C. Alter; sentinel, Mrs. D.
Denner; and counsellor. Mrs. D. Al-
per.
Trustees are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom,
Mrs. Carl Weipkle, Mrs. Semoure
Mary Astor
_-----*-...,,, wMinifi---- ~* vi|inic, mis. ot-llltiuil'
for a Board of Directors of wide S?tin' Mrs Harold Turk, Mrs. Mel-
representation and an Executive X'n Weink,e- Mrs- Ma Optner, Mrs.
Board with broad policy making ^ LebW "n5 *" "*"* Kauf"
power.
Oscar Leonard, author and his-
torian, lectured on "Your Child
Jew and American." Rabbi Max
Shapiro welcomed Mrs. Ratner and
the new officers and eulogized out-
going president Max Meisel.
man.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Jack August, Gilbert Balkin,
Aaron Barron, George Bert man.
Harry Cohen. Harry Cooper, Harry
Decky, Morris Dubler. Abe Eisen-
berg. George Feuer, H. L. Flaum,
Maurice Forer, Morris Frank. Chas.
Goldberg. Morris Goldin, Morris
Entries are being received at
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Branch, for par-
ticipation in the teenage paddle
ball tournament to begin on Wed-
nesday evening. May 19, in the
Center's outdoor play area, it is
announced by Ted Kaplan, Physical
Education Committee chairman.
Jerry Meslin is in charge of the
program.
Report to be Given
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Nephrosis Foundation will
hold its next meeting at the home
of Mrs. Goldie Fisher, 4114 Ander-
son rd., Coral Gables, on Monday.
May 17. 8 p.m. A report will be
given on the coffee and fashion
show held in April.
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FRIDAY

MA I
Lila Pearl Becomes Mrs. Rosner in
Candlelight Rites; Week Air Force Officer
In a candlelight double ring cere-
mony at the Algiers Hotel on Sun-
day May 9, 6 p.m., Miss Lila Selma
Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Herman Pearl, 1823 8W 14th ter..
became the bride of Lt. Sheldon
Joel Rosner, son of Mr. and Mrs
William Rosner, Jacksonville. Rab-
bi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky officiat-
ed.
Maid iff honor was Eleanor Jano-
witz. Mrs. Arthur Pearl was ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmatrons In-
cluded Mrs Alvin Rosen and Mr-
Beryl Weinstein, with Sharene
Dearr acting as flower girl
man was l>: Jack Rosner,
with Arthur Pearl, B-r\ I WYin-
i and Alvin Bobbins, ushers
The bride's paternal grandmoth
er, Mrs. Helen Pearl, attended the
wedding.
The bridal gown was styled In
imported embroidered nylon tulle
le with a lace neckline, long
i ves, fitted bodice and b wffant
embroidered tulle skirt thai ended
in I :ti Her lour tierred
veil ol in nch illusion fell ire"
matching tulle sweetheart shaped
;. Shi i orchids on .i
Bible
Mrs, Pearl wore mauve rose
cen lace ballerina-length gown
with deeper velvet trim, She wore HclCllC Rcilljis PlttllS
an orchid to complement her gown.
Airs. Sheldon Koir.er
The bride is < graduate ol Miami
Senior High School. She was presi-
dent "f Tri Beta Sorority
LI Rosner is graduate ol Jack
sonville High School, received hi-
e in Business Administration
at the University "f Florida and
member "t i'i Lambda Phi
raitj At present, h.' is in the an early fall wedding in Miami.
Air Force and will go to German) Mr ^nnan ,. the km ol Mrs
after the ueddmi: ..,..- .j j
Hilda Berman. Baltimore Md and
A cocktail party ami formal dm _
ner was served ... the Algiers Ho the lj"' David Berman.
tel The couple will tour Florida Mi*a Bengii graduated from Mi-
lor their honeymoon and will live ami Senior High School and at-
in German) lor the duration ol Lt
i -t.i\ in service
Ronnie Lou Ha skin
Hetrothal Told
.'.ml Mrs i: n Baskin 1301
SW 21st m mi ed the en-
enl ol theii daughter, Bonnie
i Martin Liberman, son of
ind Mrs Albert Liberman,
2822 SM 13th -t at a dinner held
the immi diate (amil) on
Da). Sunda) Ma; B in
Saxony Hoti Mi mi Ek ach
The bridi elec a c-r iduate ol
G High School, where
she was activi Shi
Una the I'niversitj ol Mi
Miss Katz Hecomes
Mrs. Nisson Pearl
Rabbi Morris Skops home was
the scene of the wedding on May 4
of Dolores Katz, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz. Brooklyn,
NY. and Nisson S Pearl, son ol
Mr and Mrs Moses Pearl. San
Diego, t'al .
Rabbi Skop. Corai t.ables spirit
ual leader, was assisted by Cantor
Irving Robinson.
The bride graduated from Brook-
Ivn t ollege and was active in Var-
-il\ Dramatics Society and a major
in paychology.
Mr Pearl received the BS degree
from the University of California
,,t Becfcele) and the MA degree
in social service administration
Student Leader to Be liar Mit/vaK
Robert Fabric will become Bar day from 4 i
Milzvah on Saturday morning. May parents, w 8 P-. &,
Mi........ reMr4l
15. 9 a.m.. at North Shore Jewish
(enter Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate.
Robert is the son of Dr. and Mrs
Ben L Fabric. 7508 West Treasure
dr Treasure Island, and formerly
of Milwaukee. Win.
A seventh grade student at Nau
tilus School, the Bar MiUVah is a
aboo, Wis. "-,
Out-oMem gu,
Dr. and Mr.. ?
Mr d Mrs i*J
kee. *"
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For Kail Wedding
The engagement of Miss Relent
Kdith Bengis and Philip A Ber
man i~ announced by the bride-;
elect parents. Mr and Mrs Mor-
ris Bengis, 2990 SW 17th st.
The couple are now planning on
^.
tended the University of Miami, I
where she was affiliated with Sig-i
ma Lambda Phi sorority, Theta \
Mrs. Nissan S. Pearl
from the University of Chicago.
Presently. Mr. Pearl la branch
supervisor of the Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Centers, His bride is youth activi
tit supervisor Ol the GMJCC Town
Branch.
The couple are honeymooning in
Nassau and will make their home
in Miami.
Dublin Bar Milzvah
James Dublin, son of Mr. and
Mrs Louis Dublin, vice president
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
will become Bar Mitzvah at the
8:30 am. services on Saturday.
James attends the Hebrew Ac.id
em) Cantor Abraham Self will of-
I ficiate
Safcerf Fabric
member of the band there. He al
so attends North Shore Jewish Cen
ter Religious School, of which he
is a student president. He is edl
tor of the Religious School news
paper and a leader and gabai of
the Junior Congregation.
A reception in Robert's honor
will be held at his home on Sun
Gilbert Cohen was iarj
vah a! Flagler-Gra
ish Community i
May 1. A reception L
in his honor at the %
Manor. Out-of-town L
included Mr. and Mn.(
Ziegler, Brooklyn, N
bert is the son of Mr.;
Ben Cohen, 11 SW!
Miami.
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Jewish Camp lor Boys I Girls J
HENDERSONYILLE, N. C.
Olractar. Winfon L. Mealier, Principal
Woodward Hifk School. Cincinnati. Ohio
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chapter. Order ol the Eastern Star
.Mr Liberman attended the i m
. ol Florida. He recent!) was
discharged from the Coast Guard
He plans to enroll in the I'niver-
i Miami this summer.
The couple have set no did mite
d ite for tfi" w deling.
Miss Helen* Benais
Sigma Phi journalism sorority and
The Hurricane, csmpai newspaper
Mr Herman I ed with the
City nt Baltimore Health Depart
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+Jeistifhrklian

Norman Glassman
Bar Mitzvah Here
Worrit
en Form Group
United Cerebral Palsy
tion of Miami has
formation of
Unit. The
h,
i Orlin was Bar Mitzvah
(urday morning at Beth
| Synagogue. A student
lenandoah Junior High
he also attends Beth
[Religious School. Mar-
ine son of Mr. and Mrs.
Orlin. 2014 SW 17th
tuests of honor at a re-
in Sunday included his
teal grandmother, Mrs.
I Gordon, and a brother,
)avid Orlin, who flew
Hn Fort Bragg, N.C. An
Maj. William Gordon,
ktsburgh, Pa., wa3 also
fnt. __________
jloyees Mark
irles Rosenthal
Birthday
, Associa-
Mr^TZ^r T ,J?' and I "n f M,ami has bounced the
sjwasrww arsof a Miami w,,mpn-s
on Saturday. May 15, 9 am at the I un" ls heat,e(l by
Miami Hebrew School an-! Congre- Mesdamea Claire Arlen, proxi-
gation. > I dent. Elva Mae Merchant, first
'The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenan- i vice President, William Joyce, see-
doah Junior High School and plays ond VKC P^'dent. Paul K. Nun
in the band. He also is a pupil at | ,PV- recordin secretary, Ruth" El-
the Religious School of t'h> Miami kin- corresponding secretary' and
Hebrew School and Congregation. r-dwanl Weiss, treasurer.
Norman is Junior Rabbi of the
Junior Congregation. He will con-
duct services, read the Sedrah in
the Torah and address the congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate.
Cantor Berele Kelemer will
chant the musical portion of ihe
liturgy.
Out-of-town guests are Mr. and
Mrs. M. Jaffe, maternal grandpar-
ents of Brooklyn. NY.: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Jafie, ol Brooklyn; Dr.
and Mrs. If. Steingold, Norfolk,
Va.: Mr. "and Mrs. M. Classman and
daughter Maxinc. Brooklyn: and
Leonard Glassman. Brooklyn.
Kenneth Jay Light
To be Bar Mitzvah
Kenneth Jay Light, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Light, 4736 Pine-
tree dr., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
May 15, at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will officiate at
the 10:45 a.m. ceremony.
Kenneth is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Beth Sholom Religious School.
lemploM
lemorial!
'.irk ami
Irthdav
of the six River-
( hapels. located in
Florida, celebrated
if their 77-year-old
em. (Ini Irs Rosenthal. at a
r-danre on Thursday evening,
|al tin Hotel B'.-lmont Plaza.
cnthal started the business 56
pgo on the lower East Side
York and moved uptown
blluHini; year. His sons. Ed-
Morton, are associated
Dim.
peen 250 and 300 persons at
the affair Lapel pins indi-
i ih of continuous
in Ihe company, anywhere
[five to :(."> years, were pre-
Ten have been with the
ii s. nine for 25
one (oi 30 yean and three

Ri< i rside Chapels are
''I in Manhattan, Bronx,
Wyn '.I .ii Rockaway, Miami
Miami Beach. A seventh has
under construction in Mount
fc"ii N Y and will be ready
r'ponim: on June 20. 1954.
Shapiro is Speaker
Regular Oneg Shabbat of the Mi-
ami Young Zionist District will be
held on Friday. May 14, 8:30 p.m.,,
at the home of Marilyn Duchon,
501 SW 27th id Guest speaker will
be Harold G. Shapiro Shap.ro is a
member of the Board of the
Gabies Zionist District.
(oral
Final Plans to be Made
Beth David PTA will meet
Monday. May 17. 8:30 p.in in
synagogue
made for
30 picnic.
on
the
Final plans will be
the organization's May
"Ploy-Jos of Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York and
r-da celebrate the 77th birthday of Charles Rosenthal. foun-
"and head of the organization, at a dinner and dance in
Belmout Plaza Hotel. New York. After he presented lapel
in recognition of long servica to 117 of his employees.
fKnnl'a sons, Edward {left) and Morton (right) thought their
P oYsorved an emblem, too. having started the organize-
'" Jb Veers ago in a tenement in New York's Lower East Side
[company is now completing a seventh memorial chapel
l0jn!Vetnon, N.Y.
MRIY RESERVATIONS for famed Summer Rc$rf
i. ia p
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Duncrcggan Inn
"If fo-
Cuiima S.'ion May 30th
AMERICAN PLAN. UGINNING AT $60.00 A MIK
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he Mo mtains HENDERSON VILLE
to Oct. lt
Barf tell
Philip Bernard Malter, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Malter,
3447 Sheridan ave., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Sholom on Saturday
morning. May 15, 10:45 a.m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer will of-
ficiate. Philip is a Nautilus
Junior High School student
in the seventh grade and at-
tends Beth Sholom Religious
School.
Kenneth
Among out-of-town guests will be
Mr. Jerome Friedman and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Light, of New York.
A reception honoring the Bar Mitz-
vah will be held at Chary's on
Saturday evening.
Masadct Slates Picnic
Fourth annual picnic sponsored
by Miami Beach Masada Young
Adult Zionist District will be held
on Sunday, May -16. at Oreynolds
Park.
A rdmo
Harriet Susan Newman,
daughter of Mr. ancj Mrs. Ab-
raham Newman, 725 14th >
pi., Miami Beach, will cele-
brate her Bas Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. May 15,
at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Harriet is a seventh grade
student at Miami Beach Jun-
ior High School and attends
the Religious School of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
A car pool will leave the north-
east corner of Washington ave. and
17th st. at 11 a.m.
In charge are Selma Schenkman,
Gloria Waldman, Bernice Dacks
and Ira Joseph.
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FRIDAY
Hospital Board Names Trustees
Board of Trustees of Mount Si-
nai Hospital held its fifth annual
meeting here last Thursday. Meet-
ing committee included Joseph M.
Rose, chairman. Joseph Lipton and
David Phillips.
Reelected to the Board of Trus-
tees were Leonard Abess, Joseph
Cherner, Samuel Friedland, How
ard Kane. Joseph Lipton, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. David Phillips, Jo-
seph Rose. Jacob Sher. Mitchell
Wolfson. Emit Uould. Sidney Let-
court and Max Orovitz, hospital
president.
Louis Wolfson. Charles Frucht-
man and Leon Jacobs were elected
to the Mount Sinai Board before
a crowd of some 300 persons and
will attend their tirst Board meet
ing scheduled for the near future.
Marcie Liberman became the
first life trustee at the hospital
Executive director Samuel Gcrtner
reported that service patient days
1 had increased to 9.300 in 1953.
I clinic pettlDU service had risen to
18.246 while patients treated in the
emergency rooms totaled 7,096, a
! new hi^li
Nominating Committee report
mi nude be Oenfcd Lewis, oro-
' viti delivered the presidents re
port and Rabbi Leon Kronish. of
Temple Beth Sholom. said the in-
MAY]
Dr. Katilaw Cited ByTa!^
In recognition of his work in Dr Mili^T***'
work in -
obtaining employment for persons i awarded -,
partially disabled by heart disease
Milton H
""""led arht^M
vocation.
A skit, "Annual Report Come to
Life, by Mr Sylvia Cljcrtkof and I m'ercT aTT "***!
directed by Mrs. Gershon Miller, state included Boris Pritcher. Miss HaV J^^T^Si
riet Kaolan. Bob Lvon. Mr ... ,',"'" a the Lt\^M
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riet Kaplan, Bob Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. Qershon Miller and Mrs.
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[MAY 14, 1954
SlmaftifceaBM
&# tf W?s Foster C/7rf Program #ere
PAGE 9A
f Directors and member-
I,e Jewish Social Service
[Greater Miami, at its an-
lin;; held last Sunday on
tch. opened a community-
haign for the creation of a
fll.i care service.
So Ackerman, elected to
dency of the Bureau at
|jnn. proposed a resolution
recognized that a Jew-
placenvnt service is
frequired in our commu-
th;it the Jewish Social
bureau no longer attempt
kc sole responsibility for
jopment of such a program
It he Jewish community
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Ackerman to
iSB President
eo Ackerman was named
1 of the Jewish Social Serv-
ian at the organization's
final meeting held Sunday
Llborne Hotel. Mrs. Acker-
Icceeds Mrs. Stanley C.
named to office were Al-
I. David Catsman and Mrs.
Kelig, vice presidents; Ber-
Jllani. treasurer; and Mrs.
Stand, secretary.
Cted to the Board of Di-
lere Mrs. Selig, Mrs. My-
|-bert Sther. Dr. Emanuel
Mrs Moe Feingold. Mrs.
trfrr and Rabbi Shmaryahu
|, representing the Greater
fcabbii \--ociation.
members ol the Board are
1 Mrs. David Kirsch,
Per Rubin. Dr. Stanley
and Bernard Weksler.
fert Scher, chairman of the
licational Service Depart-
fince its inception and a
of the Bureau Board for
It 12 years, was honored
presidential citation on be-
[ Mr. Eisenhower's National
He for National Employ the
D.'y Handicapped,
natation was made by H.
pcLindcn. special placement
at the Veterans Adminis-
jHospital and local represen-
| : handicapped placement of
rai Chamber of Commerce.
was JSSB vice president
1950 to 1954, chairman of
Ifet Committee, a vice presi-
Bd trustee of the Greater Mi-
Ifwish Federation, Mount
Bispital, on the Beth David
fcue Board and chairman of
pr.iture Manufacturing Divi-
NEPH.
is owner of the Royal
Manufacturers, where he em-
puny handicapped workers.
Tltr.t of Miami for the past 30
| fte is al>o a former Board
p of the old Jewish Voca-
Sfrvice.
Stanley C. Myers was hon-
the Miami Chamber of
rce with a citation for her
F nehalf of physically handi-
P Placement here. She retires
[eiiice after three years as
President.
I Ackerman has long been
P for her participation in cul-
lnd social welfare activities.
"a Board member of the Jew
"wen's Service of AtlanU
[Participant in their Technical
"ry Group.
(jeUve leader of the Miami
P '1 the National Council of
P omen. she has recently
[tn>nal acclaim in connection
Prr Project for blind children
JiHd by the Council. She was
|* ut eader for five years, is
m'- "ft he Temple Israel Sis-
'nd of the Women's Aux-
1 ">e Cancer Institute.
'a patroness of the Miami
a.:"!!?' ,he University of Mi-
P'Phony Orchestra and of
ULlfer She has ,on
ft w,th ^e Jewish So-
* Bureau, having been a
tkrts Board for many
eration be asked to undertake to
plan for the greatest possible de-
velopment of such a service
The adoption of this resolution
followed a report by the Bureau -
executive director, Albert Com-
arior. Comanor asserted that the ab-
sence of a Jewish child care serv-
ice constituted a basic defect in
the welfare struction of the Jew-
ish community. He declared "that
it was an anomaly in the over-all
welfare scene of the whole commu-
nity, that the situation was tan
tastic." He pointed t>ut that there
is no other Jewish community with
a population greater than 15,000
without such a service.
"There are, Comanor said, at
least 75 Jewish children in this
area who this year will desperately
be in need of foster placement who
will not receive it. These children
are condemned to neglect and
abuse and fail to receive adequate
opportunities for proper growth
and social development. The child
denied a proper home and essen-
tial parental affection particularly
needs to be aware of the accept-
| ance of responsibility by his own
! group and community. The person
in need," he went on. "has the
! right to an expression of his feel-
ings of belonging to his group, and
I this cannot be properly or ethical-
! ly denied him. The facilities of the
non-sectarian services,' therefore,
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers examine the
annual report Mrs. Ackerman succeeded Mrs. Myers as presi-
dent of JSSB.
do not constitute an answer to the
needs of such children or their
parents."
Comanor subsequently said he
did not believe that Jewish families
would make use of services which
are not Jewish sponsored.. ''On the
basis of the experience of other
communities," he explained, "we
might expect in Miami that at least
95 children a year would need this
kind of help. In 1953, only about 15
Jewish children were placed by
the foster placement agencies in
existence here.
"Of all the social service activ-
ities which can and must be con-
ducted by a Jewish community as
a manifestation of their very basic
character and responsibility, care
of children is the most obvious
and natural one. At a time when
Miami, along with other Jewish
communities, should be engaged in
the development of special means
of treatment of disturbed children
and contributing to the straggle
against the rising delinquency rate,
we are still dealing with such ele-
mentary questions. Of all the major
communities, Miami alone failed
to share in providing a haven for
the immigrant children who came
to this country in the immediate
post war period. This was entirely
because we had failed to create the
appropriate program."
It was pointed out at the meet-
ing that the Jewish Social Service
Bureau hud made efforts to bring
such a program into being and its
establishment has been approved
by the Community Chest and the
Welfare Planning Council.
Comanor is a member of a num-
ber of national bodies, which in-
clude Professional Practices Advis-
ory Committee of the United Serv-
ice for New Omericans, the Jewish
Family Services Planning Commit-
tee of the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds and the
executive committee of the Nation-
al Conference of Jewish Communal
Services. He is a past member of
the National Casework Council of
the Social Welfare Assembly. He
has worked with children as the
general administrator of the
European Jewish Children's Aid;
overseas, as the Welfare Officer
for UNRRA in several provinces in
China; and on the local level, as
the general case supervisor of the
Foster Placement and Adoption
Service of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau of Pittsburgh.
Comanor is a member of the
Technical Advisory Committee of
the Jewish Children's Service of
Atlanta, a regional agency. In Mi-
ami, he is a member of the Board
of Governors of Federation and a
past member of its Executive Com-
mittee, vice chairman of the Family
and Child Care Division of the Wel-
fare Planning Council. For the past
two years, he has been chairman of
the Miami Chapter of the American
Association of Social Workers.
I
i
H Ladd McLinden, representing the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce and President Eisenhower's Committee n Emp^men
of the Physically Handicapped, presents a Presidential Oita
trJtoESH Scher (or leadership in handicapped place-
ment. .______________.------------------------
*2*^ >med as "
mmi?. anrt chairn of the
.mtee. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
p5 h l0nS-,ime "*idenLs
ffin. A.'"8 Cme Dere ln
[ig ,he war' Mrs AcKer-
l,Sp,r8asatemPrry reserve
Stewart Ziegler to Be
Stewart Harvey Ziegler, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ziegler, 3681
SW 19th It, Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
May 15. 10:30 a.m.. at Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center.
Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual
leader, and Cantor Irving Robin-
son will officiate.
Stewart attends Ponce de Leon
Junior High School, where he is in
the seventh grade. He received his
religious training at Coral Cables
Jewish Center, where he is a mem-
ber of Boy Scout Troop 64.
The Bar Mitzvah will address the
congregation. Kiddush will'follow
conic Bar Mitzvah
the confirmation ceremony.
A reception is also slated in
Stewart's honor at his home on
Saturday evening. Among guests of
honor will be his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Goodman. Rocka-
way Park. Long Island, NY., and
Mrs. Martha Schwartz. Brooklyn,
N.Y.
Simon to Speak
Tobias M. Simon. ADL chairman
of North Shore Lodge, B'nai Frith
will address the Winx B nai B nth
Girls on Tuesday, May 18. 8 p.m..
at the home of Lois GoldfiBger.
1750 71st st, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Baltuch Heads
North Shore Women
Mrs. George Baltuch was named
president of North Shore Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, at installation
ceremonies in the Morroco Room of
the Casablanca Hotel on Wednes-
day.
Other officers named include the
Mesdames Max Davis, Samuel Fal-
ick, Milton Feller and Eugene Sch-
warz, vice presidents; Ben Berko-
witz, and Philip Kenner, corre-
sponding secretaries; Nat Stein, re-
cording secretary; Leon Rapee.
financial secretary.
The Mesdames Milton Shaw, so-
cial secretary; Sam Rudnick, treas-
urer; Karl Greenberg, parliamen-
tarian; Lawrence Medoff. historian;
Edward Newman, sentinel; Charles
Raab. guardian.
The Mesdames Dan Wolfson,
counselor; and George Levenson,
Mark Silverstein and Jack Wein,
trustees.
Mrs. I. Blacker, luncheon chair-
man, presented "Success Story," a
comedy written by Mrs. Trixie
Levin and directed by Mrs. Annette
Don in Reservation chairman was
Mrs. Esther Lerman.
Albert Comanor
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer, of
4534 Sheridan ave., announce the
birth of their daughter, Dale Mere-
dith, at Mount Sinai Hospital on
May 6. The new arrival joins one-
year-old Dorianne Gayle. Mr. Mey-
er is public relations and publicity
director for the City of Miami
Beach.
iS is ir
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Berger. of
2621 North Moreland Boulevard,
Cleveland, O., announce the birth
of their daughter. Deborah Ann.
on May 1. Mrs. Berger is the form-
er Shirley Neilinger, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Neilinger. 1101
Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Berger, of Cleveland.
to is is
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K, Fink, of
5025 SW 74th tor., announce the
birth of their son. Richard Morris,
on Sunday, May 9, at Mercy Hos-
pital. Grandparents are Mrs. Dor-
othy^Krieger Fink, Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Mignonette Curiell, Los
Angeles, Cat, and the late Dr.
Morris Zimmer, formerly of New-
ark, N.J. Great grandmother is
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Miami Beach.
ir ir it
Mrs. Max Bergman, of 790 NW
13th ct., has as her house guest her
sister, Mrs. Nettie Weiner, Brook-
lyn, N.Y. Mrs. Weiner will remain
for several weeks.
* *
Mrs. Sarah Goldberg and daugh-
ter, Beatrice, of 242 Meridian ave.,
will leave for Jersey City, N.J., to
attend the Bar Mitzvah of their
nephew and cousin, Harold Alt-
shuler. The Bar Mitzvah is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler.
-to is -to
Mrs. Freda Newman embarked
on the Queen Mary Wednesday,
May 12, for a two and one-half
month tour of Europe and Israel.
While in Europe, she will visit her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Newman, and children
Eric and David. Mr. Newman has
been on the continent since Feb-
ruary, photographing the Western
scene for Life, Holiday, Fortune
and other magazines.
is is ix
A daughter, Ronna Sharon, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W.
Gorfine. of 1460 Marseilles dr., at
Jackson Memorial Hospital on May
5. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Gorfine. of Bal-
timore. Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Mi-
ami Beach. The Gorfines have two
other children, David and Lynn.
Election Set Here
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
nominations and election of offi-
cers at its next meeting on Wednes-
day, May 19, at 2650 SW 3rd ave.
The Nomination Committee con-
sists of Mrs. Max Bergman, chair-
man, Mrs. Samuel Badanas. Mrs.
Sidney Kaplan, Mrs. Abe Kasow
and Mrs. Isidore Fein.
Katz Opens Office
Gerald Katz, consultant, an-
nounces the opening of his new
office at 927 Lincoln rd., suite 219.
For more than 20 years, he has
been engaged in an advisory capa-
city as consultant for the solution
of collection and credit problems.
Katz was recently elected treasurer
of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.


PAGE 10 A
+ le*nt nvrkUan
Emanu-EI Women
Slate Installation
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood in-
stallation luncheon will be held at
the Saxony Hotel on Tuesda1 May
18
Hits, Murry Grossman, chairman.
reports that 500 members and
quests will witness the reded'xation
ceremony. Yellow linhted tapers,
with golden stream of ribbons amid
a background of pastel-colored
spring flowers, will complement
the decorated dias and elevated
officers tables
Program will include the formal
installation of officers by Mrs Irv-
ing Lehrman. a vocal rendition by
Cantor Philip H B:ummer. a dra
matic presentation, entitled
"Scroll on the Door Post." enacted
by Mrs. Gershon Miller. Boris
Pritcher and Bob Lyons: and a
keynote address by Rabbi Ininy
l.ehrman. K m a n u-El spiritual
der.
Mis Joseph A Barman retiring
president, will turn over the level
to Mrs. Irving ('>pen
Making a final check on the setting for the Temple Emanu-EI
"' *; .p,-n Sisterhood installation luncheon is Mrs. Raymond Golden, in
Serving with Mis. Grossman on charge of arrangements, and Mrs. Murry Grossman, chairman.
the committee are the Mesdames---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Raymond Golden, arrangements
and decorations. Henry Cove, tick
ets; Herman Mechlowitz and Erwin
Karson, reservations Lewis M K-
cott, hospitality: Samuel Ginsburg,
treasurer: Jules Chaining, pn
booklets, and Lillian Goodman,
Samuel Lurie, Henrj Waitzkin and
Hi i rj Hillman
Bay Harbor Islands
Club Names Officers
Mrs Shah Silverman has been
eelected president oi the Ba) liar
ior Islands Cldb for the coming
ir, at a meeting held this week
t the Bay Harbor Pool and I i
Club.
The club i- devoted to the social
Integration of the i itizens and n -i
of the town
Elected with her were Dr J. I
i vaux, fir.-t vice president;
Gorman, second vice pi
Mr- Irene Robinson and l-.i
elle Coopi i cretarj; and Mrs
Selma Cipes, treasurer
Elected to serve with them lor;
year on the Board of Directors
vere lira Man.- Bloch. Dr Ifelvin
Klott, Dr Robert Rosen, .Ionian
Davidson, Howard Miller Mr- Ben
.ini.ii Newman and Eugene Coop-1
er
Film Series lo bo
shou ii at Librai v
Miami Public- Library's "Magic
Carpet" film series will take, on
May 20th. at 1 and 8 p.m.. its audi
ence to Africa
The pictures shown will be i..
Miss Goodman Named
President ol St. Louis
Club of Greater Miami
Miss Lillian Goodman will be in-
stalled as president of the St. Louis
Club of Greater Miami at its an-
nual dinner meeting on Sunday.
May 16. 6:30 p.m.. at the Monte
Carlo Hotel.
Outgoing president If. J. Kopelo-
witz will act as installing officer.
Serving with Miss Goodman will be
Sol Goldman, Kopelowitz. Mrs. Sam
Nit berg. Morris Ollanik and Mrs
Kus-ei, Winer, vice presidents;
Mr- Albert Ladd, recording secre-
tary; Mrs Jacob Rudman. corre-
ipondini -ecretary. Mrs Nat Wolf
ton, financial secretary; and Mrs
Sam Brown, treasurer.
Mi-- Goodman i- presid nt ol the
I R Goodman I hapter of Hadas
Joint Installation
Shio May T.i
For Hvth Uar'ul
Annual combined installation of
the Beth David Sisterhood. }[ \
and Hen's Club will take place on
Sunday. May 23. 6:30 p.m.. at the
Dil.ido Hotel. Lottie Bandel will
act as installing utficer.
Mrr. Max Shapiro will be master
of ceremonies, and Mrs. Maurice
Mamches will give the invocation
'the program will include vocal se-
lections by Cantor Maurice Mam
ches and Harold Berney. with piano
accompaniment by Mrs. Harold
Berney.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congregation,
will be the guest speaker.
Co-chairmen for the affair are
Mrs. Sam Dickson and Mrs. Sam
Badanes. representing the Sister
hood: Mrs. Sam Leviten. represent
ing PTA; and Edward Safer, of the
Men's Club. The committee also
includes the Mesdames Harry Lauf-
er. Harry Zuckerman and Herman
Goodman.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-il
Mi.- nml.r-litn.Mt. drnli ln I,, rnaj.iKe In
uainva* unttop tht fi, tltloua n.........i
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ANT, mi 171 OlraJda *.* Coral Qai>-
lea, Intemli t,. register wi.i n...... <
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t*OUnt>', Florida.
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Edyth Fleischer Named Head
Of Regional Women's Council
Installation ol neu officers for
the year 186448 of the B'nal B'rith
Women's Council of South Florida
will take place on Wednesday, Mav
19, 7 30 pm. at a supper sched-
uled for the Shelborne Motel.
Mi-- Edyth Fleischer will serve
SB president: Mrs Gerald P. Soltz.
first vice president. Mrs Dave Al-
per. second vice president: Mrs.
, ......... "- -- i--......-.-..,, ,,,.*- |ri> -iiii-ni mrs.
ens Africa a only Republic." Peter Glaxer, third vice president
ignt to North Africa. Mrs Harvey Herman, correspond-
Thrill River."- and the l.,t.-t
News Magazine ot the Screen
Tickets are free and may be ob-
tained at the main library and
branches on Monday. Mav 17. at
*i p.m.
The library has just printed its counselor
mi' secretary; Mrs Irving Laibson,
recording secretary; Mrs Mu
Bohrer, treasurer
Mrs Daniel Wolfaon, historian;
Mrs Karl lireeiiberg. parliamen
tarian: and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman,
Mrs Harry Kaufman is chairman
of the m-tallation Habbi Irving
Lehrman will be the guest speaker,
first film catalog which it is gi\mg
to all organizations on request
listed are more than 75 films own
ed by the library and films placed
on deposit by sponsors such as
General Motors Corporation. Na-
Jhl^itn^in lf.fd ?? Canada and! Rabbl Ma>tr AbwmowH*. spirit
he United States Department of ual leader of North Shore Jewish
Interior, Bureau of Mines.
These films are loaned free, for
-twenty-four hours, to organizations
lor showing to their members
Dr. Frank B Sessa. director of
the Miami Public Library, says. "I
hope that program chairmen of
Miami organizations and clubs will
lind this new service of the library
helpful to them."
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
| COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 16W28
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Plaintiff'* Sollcltoi:
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN
eybold Hull.line. Miami, F1..i ila
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR- I
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1SS068
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plainilffs iiii..rn.-v AltTHI'R Ci
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NAME LAW
Notice is in:i:i:r,v oiven ih.n
the ini(l<-r.s|jrii.-(l. ilr.ohln^ lo ,-iiu.ik,- In
luisiio- hi,,l.r ih- n.-ttiIoiim ium (
I.INKIt IVI-KH SERVICE. :.t M N 1:
'Sth sir.-.-i. Intend lo rrclatei wild
name with tha < "lerk of thr Circuit
I'oui t of MhiI. I'oiinti n.n I,la.
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has a "completely tqunJ
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duty 24 hours a day,
health of each carape,-
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A lew minulei wo" '*".
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five rooaii. ea rod.o.|Teleiiioiiolotl
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iTH ST. WEST OF I
A4i lillian Gaa.aia.
Israelis are Guests
inter, addressed Mothers' Day
party of Pioneer Women. Club No
2, at the home of Mrs Pauline Ka- .
sow. 7222 Trouville Esplanade on m,"mhor ol h* Board of
Sunday. Mrs. Bess Spener, of Israel, Brt,MWi University Women's Aux
was in charge of entertainment 'liar> and Temple Emanu-EI Sis
^I^J^JS*1^1^ ,-.rh.""d a"d > M"ron
Bay-Bee Diaper Service
"flint mi*hi'* f,,il
ni Bobl Oi
An Exclusive laundry for Diapers a
2111 N.W. 10th AVFNUI
Mrs. Nehamah Vanitz
Hannah Hochberg
and Mrs
Fight at Dinner Key
Pierre Hernandez meets Chris
Chnstensen. the Danish welter-
May Seeks Z0A Presidency
NEW YORK The candidacy of .
Mortimer May, Nashville. Tenn.. weigh, champion in a 10"round S
lor the presidency of the Zionist ture bout Saturday nigh Mav 4 > m?nt m ^fV Aron!>. Fred
Organization of America was an at the DinnerTey Auditorium ma fS ,A Davis' Sam Fried
nounced here following a meeting! ^uniionum, man Esther lerman. Abe Wolff
of 60 leaders of the organization. V.,,7~Z '.------------- [ tlln w" and Uuis Buch' ^
who gathered to exchange views Kiddie Show Scheduled n w .'" Goldst,'n nd Jul
.,n the forthenmino -i7.K ,nn.l _. lir. ..... Ian Kurlander
of the St Ix>uis Chapter. Order of
1 1 tun Star She is the sister of
the late I. R. Goodman, who was
the first president of the St Ixnm
< lub.
Board of Directors are the Mes-
mes Abraham Aronson. Fred
liange
11 the forthcoming 57th annual na-
tional convention and the future
program of the ZOA. Mays candi-
dacy was unanimously endorsed by
the meeting in which ZOA Region-
al and District leaders participated.
West Miami Jewish Center Sis
terhood will present a children,
show. "Kiddie Kapers of 54 on
Sunday. May 16. 7 p.m., at the Cen-
ter. Chairman of the affair is Mrs
Alfred Lampert.
ian Kurlander
I (,l'""'j;red /ur years ago. the St
Louis Club has a membership of
over 200 persons who formerl? re
the rr" f iT,s and now S *"
hnW ,e.r M,J"ni arM The db
holds regular monthly meetings.
I hinvrrvlu appreeiate
the >xpreH*lon of eon-
fidvnrr givvn to me
by the voter* ol Hade
Comntu in the Pri-
mary. May 4th.
i shall eontimme to ad-
minister mour court in a ''
impartial manner to the *
mu ability.
Sineerehh _.
Judge Marshall* *'*


MAY M, 1954
LH^/fchHfcw
PAGE 11 A
|STS CHARGE U.S. WITH PRESSURING ISRAEL
?inued from P9 1I A
Ln accompanied by Keu-
Eh' Israeli minister pleni-
called on Mr. Byroade
and. in a 45-minute dis-
Lnught to familiarize him
details of the Israel objec-
jhis speech An unusual
Lue from the State De-
Vafter the meeting indicat-
L. department would re-
IproK'.-l-
l)epartment action in rusn-
tation of the communique
Ed by correspondents as
Inely unusual step. The
Courtes) and protocol is
kt the Department allows
pu- Ambassadors who call
department to make what-
Cments they see fit with-
immediate rebuttal. State
ent spokesman Lincoln
s- asked about the depart-
ure from the normal custom. He
replied that it was caused bv the
"enormous publicity" surrounding
the issue.
ed for the American people "
"Mr. Eban." the communique
added, "was informed by Mr Bv-
Mr Byroade himself was to leave Knmlf h^l^Lilt, ft*?
for Istanbul to preside over a four
day conference of American diplo-
mats in the Middle East.
In its communique, the State
Department asserted that Mr. By-
roade "explained to the Ambassa-
dor that he had felt impelled to
speak frankly on what seemed to
be some of the underlying causes
of the Arab-Israeli dispute beause
it seemed to be increasingly affect-
ing the security of the Middle Bast
and, hence, that of the United
States. He said he felt the Ameri-
can people were entitled to such
information, particularly in view
of the new evidence of Russian in-
tentions in the Middle East which
had not heretofore been highlight-
iberg to be Guest Speaker at Beach
ie Affair; Miller is New President
n EdeNberg, Washington
btative ol the Anti-Defama-
Jguc. B'nai B'rith. will be
aker al the annual instal-
bnquet and dance of Miami
I Lodge. No. 1591, B'nai
Ie he held on Sunday eve-
16. 6:30 p.m., at the Sax-
1*1.
ol li, I-berg's address
The Washington Scene."
k-ter fur the banquet will
\l.e J Talianoff, a past presi-
de Lodge.
rt J. Balkin. retiring presi-
be presented with a
at the banquet in recogni-
his sen ices to the Lodge
Ithe past year.
[fleers and trustees
fctalled at the affair will
r>hn S Miller, president;
peckerman. Jack J. Gold,
loldberg and Michael Sossin,
e-ident- .lack M. Fink and
Stein, -ecretaries; Irving
pun. treasurer; Gilbert J.
monitor. Meyer Teigman,
ptmonitor. Daniel M. Broad,
and Sol S. Goldstrom,
kees are .tack August, Joseph
|o>. Jules P. Channing, Paul
nan, Abe Frankel, Sam A.
|ein. Harold Turk, Siegfried
and George J. Talianoff.
President-' Advisory Com-
| includes Get>rge J. Bertman,
C. Kovner, Harry Zuker-
Eodfrey K Newman, Samuel
lapiro. George J. Talianoff
BBEBMBB
ernment had interpreted his re
marks on the subject of immigra-
tion as an intervention in Israel's
internal affairs. It seemed to him
that it had overlooked the basic
point in that portion of the speech,
which was that the Arab world
does have a fear of Israeli expan-
sionism at some future date to
meet the needs of an expanded
citizenry. The tact that such a fear
existed reached the Department
daily m its many reports from all
over the Middle East and was con-
firmed by frequent first-hand ob-
servation in the field of visiting
Demrtment of State personnel."
The Byroade speech aroused con-
siderable resentment in wide cir-
cles in Israel and came in for sharp
criticism in the United States.
In Washington. Rep. Emanuel
(eller charged that the Byroade
speech could "only increase exist-
ing tensions." He asserted that the
speech "strikes at the very heart
of the reason which has led to the
support of Israel by both the Unit-
ed States and the United Nations."
This specimen of Erinaceus Auritus is a direct descendant of
the long-eared hedgehog referred to as "kipod" by the prophet
Isaiah. He has just come to the United States from the Jeru-
salem Biblical Zoo in Israel as part of a gift of 27 animals,
birds, reptiles and insects from the National Committee for
Labor Israel and the City of Jerusalem to the City of New York
and the Bronx Zoo.
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Center Slates Joint Installations
Officers and Board members of Murray Tropp, vice president and
Cershon Milltr
and Gilbert J. Balkin.
The invocation and benediction
at the banquet will be rendered by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. ol Temple
Emanu-EI, a member of Miami
Beach Lodge.
Edelsberg has served as Wash-
ington representative of the Anti-
Defamation League for six years.
Prior to becoming associated with
the League, he served as counsel
to a number of congressional com-
mittees. He is an attorney by pro-
fession.
Meeting Announced
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
J gregation will have a regular meet-
ing on Wednesday evening, May
19, at 8 p.m.. it has been announced
by H. M. Drewich, president.
Hebrew Free Loan
Plans Installation
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold an in-
stallation dinner on Sunday, May
16, 0:80 p.m., at Beth El Congre-
gation. Isidore Schwartz will ac-
cept his third term as president of
the organization.
Schwartz is a charter member of
the Woodmen of the World, mem-
ber of the Masonic Lodge 808
Olympia. Odd Fellows Mount Sinai
72. Goodwill Group, treasurer of
the Kniahts of Pythias, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation Board of
Governors and on the Board of
Beth El Congregation.
F. Eckelhouse will be installed
as first vice president. Others are
Mrs. Anna Block, second vice pres-
ident; I-eo Oster. financial secre-
tary; Harry Goldberg, treasurer:
Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg, correspond-
ing secretary: Mrs. Zelda Kunst,
recording secretary.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spiri-
tual leader of Congregation Beth
Tfilah, will be guest speaker.
Guests of honor are scheduled to
include Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aron-
ovitz and Mayor and Mrs. Harold
Shapiro, of Miami and Miami
Beach, respectively.
Mrs. Rose Pertes will act as in-
stallation chairman. Supper com-
mittee includes Mrs. Pearl Krieg-
er, Mrs. Bessie Rosenberg, Mrs.
Rachel Sackowitz, Mrs. Anna Block.
Cantor Nathan Zeichner will ren-
der several musical solos.
Investigating committee are Lou-
is Weintraub, chairman, life Rap-
paport and Max Siegel.
the Congregation and Sisterhood of
the Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter will be installed by Rabbi Louis
A. Cassel. spiritual leader, at a
secretary; and Ralph Hollander,
treasurer.
George Weisbaum will be mas-
ter of ceremonies, and in charge
dinner dance in the Di Lido Hotel of arrangements are Cele Lakin,
on Sunday. May 16. 7 p.m. Cantor
Albert Glantz will render appro-
priate vocal selections.
Congregation officers to be in-
stalled are Herman Kutun, presi-
dent; Theodore Pearlstein, first
vice president; Morton Breitbart,
second vice president: Ernest Iser-
! son, treasurer; Al Kurzban, cor-
responding secretary; Rose Roher,
recording secretary; Adele Zucker-
man, social secretary'; Leo Free-
man, sergeant-at-arms; Abraham
Freed. Jack Meyer, Morris Laster;
ESlias Pollack and Joseph Jarlow,,
Gaboyim.
Roard members are Jack Berke,'
William Altman, George Weis-
baum, David Collins, Ralph Hol-
lander, Maury Eisenberg, Harry
Rollnick, Marshall Comis, Herbert
Hochfelsen. Irving Weisbard, Ru-
bin Kutun and Estelle Kutun.
Sisterhood officers to be install-
ed are Adeline Krantz, president;
Pearl Wexler, first vice president;
Ann Harris, second vice president;
Bess Goldfarb, third vice presi-
dent; Hilda Schwartzburg, treasur-
er; Marion Weinthal. financial sec-
retary; Sylvia Pearlstein, corre-
sponding secretary; Lena Halpern,
recording secretary; Sandra Her-
man, social secretary; Adele Zuck-
erman. parliamentarian.
Board members are: Lois Weiss,
Lilliam Hochfelsen, Tess Rollnick,
Estelle Kutun,' Cele Lakin, Elinor
Weisbaum, Helen Benn, Mollye
Altman, Pearl Berke and Naomi
Roth.
Men's Club officers to be install-
ed are Morton Durst, president;
Rose Roher. Leo Freeman and Mor.
ris Laster.
Mrs. Bert 5. Klee
Human fdrisbcra
I Hari Story
Nd for WTVJ
T ("urt Martial of Mata
*'vmK facts behind the
,ii"L Was an international
* in be re created on the dra-
^isi.mprogram, "You Are
n WTVJP m" Sunday' May 16-
2! hT ,he pa*es ***
*all the dramas presented
2 Are rhete," which is spon
on alternate Sundays by Flor-
il u Ugnt Co n" Amer-
"!n business-managed elec-
Mrs. Klee Named
Honor Mother
Mrs, Bert S. Klee of 2902 Alton
rd.. Miami Beach, retiring presi-
dent of Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom. was chosen "Honor Mother
of 1954." at the annual Mother's
Day service on Saturday and Sun-
day.
She was selected from a list of
candidates by a committee consist-
ing of past Honor Mothers, Rabbi
Leon Kronish and educational di-
rector Sydney J. Greenberg as the
mother who has rendered outstand-
ing service to Beth Sholom Religi-
ous School during the past year.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president-
elect and Honor Mother of 1953,
pinned a corsage on Mrs. Klee.
Tribute was also paid to Mrs.
Benjamin Sabin, of 841 West 47th
st. Mrs. Sabin is PTA chairman of
the Children's Keren Ami Fund
and financial secretary of the Sis-
terhood.
FWu nd
Power companies:
321 Biarrita dr., Miami Beach, will be highlighted
Graduation week at the Normandy fcnooI, ^^ May 24 when the Normandy
by musical activities ^ ^XT,e quidance of bandmaster Al Cairou and dram leader
School Band and Drum Corps under tng atefl An aU day presentation of musical
James Curtis, will presenta >^h"nggr^ ^ ^ May ^ ^ mclude
^Z:X^Z^A Normandy School Vocal Coup.
Co-Chairmen of Hillel
Ceremonies Revealed
Miami Beach Councilman Harold
Turk and Charles Fruchtman, in-
dustrialist and philanthropist of
Miami Beach and Toledo, O., will
co-chair the cornerstone cere-
monies at the Hillel Foundation on
the University of Miami campus
Sunday, May 23, 4 p.m.
Mrs. Teena Katz. Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Mrs. Sidney Suss and Miss
Edith Simmons are assisting.
Building committee includes Jer-
ome Adelman, Morris Alpert. Stan-
ley Caiden. Gil Schwartz and" Ma-
tilda Ratner.


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FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1954
SEC. B
yarqtions are Fraction
Of West German Export
By SAM MILLER
Telegraphic Agency
3j Israel account for little
han one percent of Ger-
exports, but a market that
i 40 niillon dollars, worth of
i products a year is.nonethe-
,! attractive one for bus-
en and industrialists. In the
sion offer- and the filling of
the Israel Purchasing Mis-
; encountered little recalci-
-rather the contrary. It is
hat home new firms with a
| stake in the Arab market
declared that they will not
goods to Israel, but then
i! never been asked to.
Ispeciai complaints on the
of price-, quality and meet-
specifications have come to
perhaps because it is known
le mission is an exacting cus-
|and keeps a close check,
working-out of purchasing
lies, the placement and ap-
of orders, the payment of
is. the -hipment of goods
he require the sanction and
ppation of certain sectors of
man governmental appara-
the whole, contacts have
?lace in a businesslike atmos-
eration was particularly
with Dr. Mueller Graaf of
|inisin of F.conomics, an eru-
nti Nazi official who headed
erman delegation of the Mix-
nan Israel Commission. He
ictolly transferred to Vienna.
ict*.s<,r as head of the Israel
is Bamn von Mahs.
(the German Minister of Eco-
and to German industry,
Itions are a welcome flow of
ftmentary orders which can,
bver. be channeled in good
to economically distressed
I such as west Berlin. To the
n Minister of Finance, on
r hand, reparations appear
ostly and unnecessary obliga-
Issumed against his bitter-end
This may be one explana
lng^tomfchU15ncbr3e,aaks I 2 T !S f^ fa^
it may seem, the Germany Treasurv I Jrv Te/han h,f ,he Parliamen
cash balance of
deutschemarks, or
governmental coalition
n'SS'SfiSSlI "lVte fr ra,ifica,ion of the
ti. curtailment of SSn^^:!arZ 'FT?* year
ment will be extended until the v.. .v.
middle of 1966 et ,hls matter-of-fact pragmati-
ThP heart r .ho i .. i n u approach also militates in fav-
fcM DVRKfifS MSSTb0f>us
cently expressed the hope that Ger
psychological and
nany wi.l in future years make the them ,he momentum' anT^ves?-
higher amount available, in lien ed interests generated bv anv
with the proviso of the pact that! large-scale program once it is un
the West German Federal Repub- der way
lie shall endeavor to discharge its
reparations obligations within the
shortest possible period.
Whether his hope will be real-
ized it is impossible to say at this
stage, just as no man can predict
In the initial twelve months,
Germany has delivered reparations
goods on schedule and lived up to
the terms of the Agreement. No
difficulties are expected in the
1954-55 fiscal year. It is an encour-
whether Germany will live up to | aging sign that, for the first time!
the minimum obligations she has
assumed. In a country' which has
undergone such astounding chang-
es in six years, and whose future
remains a question mark, 1966
seems a very long time away.
Public opinion surveys reveal
that the German man in the street
it will now be possible to place or
ders for goods that are to be de-
livered a year later.
Compared to the outlook a year
ago. a better long-range prospect
now exists that as long as Ger-
many's economic prosperity is sus-
tained, she will honor her under-
opposes the paying of reparations takings toward Israel.
Reds Say Migration to
Israel is Illegal Action
NEW YORK "Aiding Jews to
emigrate to Israel is the new
'crime' in the standard Communist
lexicon of felonies against the
Kremlin. Sentences given to five
a virtual slow death, is another link
in the long chain of anti-Semitism
being forged by all Red satellites
under the Kremlin's direction. It
is one more tragic confirmation of
Studying plans to obtain maximum members as "Sponsors"
in the new State of Israel Bond Organization's Development
Issue are (left to right) Mrs. Mathilda Ratner. chairman of
Communities for Florida State; Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman.
Women s Division; Mrs. Jacob Sher; and Mrs. Julius facob-
stein.
Development Issue Sales Pass $200,000
Mark; Scene Set tor Founders Dinner
Cl~.. f TS____, .. _. .
non-Jews, former high oificials of, the American Jewish Committee's
lor the disturbing fact that
[Germany has set the ameunt
" make available for the corn-
Jar not at the $73,800,000 stip-
in the Luxembourg Agree-
I as Germany's normal annual
but at the rock-bottom
num of 559,500.000 which had
provided for in an escape
so as to give Germany some
' m case she ran into hard
the semi-autonomous Slovak cabi
net of ten years to life imprison
ment for allegedly helping Jews to
escape Communist persecution
marks another step in the Krem-
' ^in's intensified anti-Jewish cam-
nriii
paign.
This statement was issued by the
American Jewish Committee to
Radio Free Europe as comment on
the news from Czechoslovakia that
five former Czech officials, all non-
Jews, had been sentenced to long
prison terms for aiding Jews to
escape from Communist tyranny.
The statement continued:
This latest purge trial, which
condemns these former officials to
warnings during the past year that
anti-Semitism has continued un-
abated in Russia and its satellites
after Stalin's death.
"Major links in this chain dur-
ing the past few months are the
conviction for treason of tour
Czech diplomats, three of them
Jews in May, 1953; other links were
the secret trials of a member of
the Israeli Parliament and another
Israeli citizen in August and Oc-
tober; and the jailing of nine de-
fendants, eight of them Jews, after
another big trial in Prague. The
Slansky trial in November, 1952,
was one of the earlier major mani-
Continued en Page 8 B
Sales of Development Issue State
of Israel Bonds passed the $200,000
mark this week as leading mem
bers of the Greater Miami commu-
nity prepared to celebrate the sixth
anniversary of the State of Israel
at a dinner for charter members of
Guardians of Israel to be held in
Westview Country Club on Satur
day. May 22.
Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chair-
man of ihe State of Israel Bond Or
lanization, and Mrs. Sher will play
boats to the Guardians at West-
view. Guardians, or "Shomrim,"
are men who invest a minimum of
$1,000 in the new Development
Issue.
"I sincerely believe that in a
community of more than 60.000 we
will find at least 500 sufficiently
interested in the New State to be
come Guardians," Sner declared.
Sher emphasized that although
the dinner was designed primarily
to honor charter members of the
Guardians, both men and women
were welcome to attend the func-
tion.
At the same time, he extended
congratulations to the Women's Di-
vision, headed by Mrs. Fannie
Selig. for their efforts in recruit-
ing members into the Sponsors of
Israel-composed of women who
purchase a like amount in the new
Development Issue, which has just
been launched.
"These ladies have been doing
yeomen service, setting the pace
not only for the Greater Miami
community but for the entire coun-
try," Sher stated.
He revealed that more than 50
women had already purchased
their minimum of $1,000 in the
new issue.
A special broach for the ladies
and pin for the men will be pre-
sented in the near future to each
purchaser of a $1,000 Development
Issue Bond.
In a joint statement, Sher and
Mrs. Selig explained that at the
present time they were concentrat-
ing their efforts on the special pur-
chasers, those of $1,000 and up
Events are being planned, how-
ever, for the next 60 days aimed at
the smaller investor.
A luncheon for charter members
of the Sponsors of Israel was held
at the home of Mrs. Joseph Cher-
ner, 5045 Lake View dr., Miami
Beach. Both .Mr. Sher and Mrs.
Selig presented reports at that
time.
Sher this week expressed the
hope that as many as possible
would attend the founders' dinner
for Guardians to be held a week
from Saturday 'at Westview. -
"We are planning a real celebra-
tion for Israel," he said. "The par-
ty spirit will prevail, and we want
to send Israel the best birthday
present possible on its Sixth An-
niversary: Our best wishes and the
investment capital so vitally neces-
sary for its agricultural and indus-
trial development."
Eye Men Named to
Departmental Posts
Named to departmental po-t- in
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association at the group's May
meeting Monday night were two
Miami Beach eye specialists, Drs.
William Julius and R. R. Bradford.
Dr. Julius will serve in the
SFOA's department handling visual
problems in schools, and Dr. Brad-
ford was appointed to the legisla-
tive department.
The appointments were announc-
ed by Dr. S. G. Schneider, presi-
dent of the SFOA, who also dis-
closed plans for the forthcoming
Florida Optometric Association
convention and arrangements for
the participation of local area op-
tometrists.

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Hy elected officers, directors and trustees of Temple Emanu-El were formally
fed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at an installation service which took.place
Ljday evening. Samuel Friedland, reelected president, responded wi h
rjj" of devotion to the congregation he helped to found First row le to
fj* Nathan Glo*r. Dr. Herrnan Mechlowite. Sol Goldman. A1 Suss-
Charle. Fruchtman, Harry Sirkin. Samuel Friedland. Rabbi L^
Z la!ianoU- &1 H^erin. Joseph Lip.on. Michael Tose William
* jnd Lewis Escort. Second Vow are HaVry Levine. Harry Muteon. Benjamin
*'5aKy Bodent*in. Morris Kriegel. Morris Cohen. Milton Weinman Ray-
W Abraham Mason. Harry Koretzky. Edward Singer Al OsheroH.
(rear) are Jack Burris, Max Boderman, Raphael Yunes, Sam Katz. Jules Chan-
ning. Daniel Broad, Samuel Magid, Julius Rosenstein, Irvin Katz. George Gold-
berg. Harry Seligman. Max Sulken, Simon Rubin, Henry Waitzkin and Allen
Goldberg. Absent from picture are Mayer H. Frankel. Joseph M. Rose, Ben
Binder. Joseph Cherner, Bernard Feiner, David .Levinson, Samuel Lipton, Oscar
Mamber, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. I. Louis Mintzer, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Irving Schatz-
man, Alfred Stone, Joseph Berman, Leo Chaikin, Henry Cove, Leo Eisenstein,
Raymond Feiner, Hyman Forrest, Dr. Stanley Frehlinq. Maurice G Furman,
Sydney Gans. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Nat Hankofi, Dr. Sherman Kaplan. Julius J.
Perlmutter, Hank Meyer. David Phillips, Joseph Postol, Milford S. Purcel, Sam-
uel Ritter, Samuel Rivkind. Bernard Rodins and Harold Turk.


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Annual Federation Dinner to Honor
1,000 Volunteers and Leaders Here
More than 1.000 volunteers and
campaign leaders will be honored
at the 16th annual dinner meeting
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration on Thursday, May 20th.
Richard I. Berenson
Hi'reiison Again
Chapter Head
Board of Governor-, of the
chapter ol National children's
Cardiac Hospital this week an-
nounced the reelection of it- en
lire slate of officers for the com
ins year
Richard I Berenon will be presi
scheduled for the Di Lido Hotel.
The annual social event is held
to elect officers and trustee- of
Federation and to name delegates
to the Federation Board of Gover-
nors from some 60 community or-
ganizations. The meeting marks
the official close of the Combined
Jewish Appeal conducted in the |
Greater Miami area by Federation
for the purpose of raising funds to
support local institutions and some
national and overseas agencies, as
well as rehabilitation programs in
Israel.
According to Federation presi-
dent Carl Weinkle. the evening
will be dedicated to the many vol-
unteers and campaign workers
who have participated in the re-
cent drive to secure $1,491,806
A campaign report will'be giv
i en by chairman Aaron M Kanner.
who will issue special award- to
outstanding workers for achieve-
ment in the current drive
Chairman of the annual meeting.
Mrs. Fannie Selig, has named a
group of Greater Miami's promi-
nent women civic leaders to head
the major committees for the an-
nual event.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, a Federation
trustee and three times head of the
CJA Women's Division, has been
appointed chairman of the Reserva-
tions Committee. Serving with Mrs
Glasser will be the Mesdame- liar
. old Spaet. David Phillips. Sam Si-
1 honhoff. Sol Silverman, Aaron Kan-
ner. Henry Seithn. Morris Goldin.
Leo Ackerman. Matilda Rattier,
Morris Alpert and Milton Sirkin.
Program Committee will be
headed by Aaron M. Kanner and
Abe Kurman Mrs. David Bass and
dent again < >ther- to continue their 11
duties in their.....ce- include Uuto JF^lJSE h h '" *"*!
Pokress. executive vice president; tfJ^SSft hosn-sses. and
Milton I. Dreyfus. Benedict F Mrs" Saul Herm"n w,n sprvp as
chairman of the Dinner Commit-
tee
The Garden Club of Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary is in charge of
decorations.
Danhaum. Mr- Oscar Krankel and
Robinson, vice presidents
'Mr- Janette K Jacobs executive
irj Maurice C Coon, I
urer R William- Apte. a--i-tant
treasurer; and Sol Goldstrom, sec-i**. ., ~~Z
retai election at Zamora
Sam Cohen, who died last week.' A meeting and election of offi
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by his son. Norman he held at the Center building on
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Fred Jonas has been reelect-
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Beach-Istael Zionist District,
largest Zionist District in the
seven-state Southeastern re-
gion of the ZOA. Active in
many local civic and frater-
nal organizations, Jonas is
also regional membership
chairman. Serving during
1954-55 with Jonas will be
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Samuel Prosterman, Leo Rob-
inson and Phillip V. Salmon,
vice presidents, and Seymour
B. Liebman, chairman of the
Board.
Democratic Club
Endorses Kendrick
Dr. Samuel Gluck, president of
the I iemocr.it ii- Club of Miami
Beach, announced this week that
the club has endorsed Jay Ken-
drick for County Purchasing Agent.
"The county purchasing system
needs a complete overhauling,"
said Dr. Gluck. "Too much of our
tax monies is wasted. We must get
rid of airogance in public office."
Sam Segal was appointed chair-
man of the campaign committee
for the group.
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Named Head Of Sclerosis Drive
PAGE 3 B
fcilman Harold Turk, of Mi-
Bcb. has been named chair-
he Multiple Sclerosis Drive
_- County, according to an
Eemenl madt by Frank Wil
fcairman of the Miami Mul
fclerosii Association of the
i] Multiple Sclerosis Society.
bade County Chapter will
seek to raise $25,000 from May 23
to June 20, as part of a nationally
announced goal of SI.500,000 to im-
plement a nationwide program of
research, clinics, rehabilitation and
service for. some quarter of a mil-
lion people afflicted with the d'isj
ease. Additional millions stricken
with related nerve diseases are "ex-
pected to benelit from the pro
gram.
In accepting the chairmanship.
Turk stated: This campaign is a
milestone in the organized efforts
to fight multiple sclero.,itfhe So-
ciety, with the aid of its Wehap-
ter-=. rwHs-th,. help of the genera!
public if IT is to conquer this
chronic disease of young adults."
*--'..... ":
Turk also announced that Mrs.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, national
honorary chairman of the cam-
paign, is a leader in the fight
i against multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic
crippling disease of the central
I nervous system. Most victims are
hit as young adults between the
ages of 20 and 40. Most common
symptoms are impaired vision, lack
of balance, tremors, difficulty in
walking, paralysis, numbness of
parts of the body, impaired speech,
and lack of bladder control. Cause
and cure are not now known.
The National Multiple Sclerosis
Society, since its inception seven
year* ago, Jias supported 36 re-
search projects and ten multiple
sclerosis clinics in an effort to find
the key to this crippling disease.

For the economic development of Israel
%
The State of Israel
*
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Development Issue

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Derramthations: $860-41,000$2,500$5,000
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you can obtain a prospectus and Israel Bonds at
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GLOBAL SHORTS
U.S. Sends Rep. Walter to
International Migration Meet
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States Government an-
nounced appointment this week of
an American delegation to the sev-
enth session of the Intergovern-
mental Committee for European
Migration which convened at
Geneva last week. The delegation
includes as alternate U.S. repre-
sentative. Rep. Francis E. Walter,
of Pennsylvania, coauthor of the
Mct'arran-Walter Immigration Act.
U.N. Truce Supervision Group
In Palestine Strengthened
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
United Nations Secretary General
Hammarskjold announced al a
press conference lhat he wa> niv-
ing "active consideration" to
strengthening the observer group
in Palestine under Maj Gen Vlgn
Bennike. He said he did not under-
stand Danish reports thai the Dan-
ish Government would :i-k Gen.
V'agn Bennike to resign, and indi-
cated that he had full confidence
in the General. The interdepart-
mental committee set up by the
United Nation- to survey the ques-
tion of the use of Jordan liner
waters has wound up its work.
Non-Discrimination Clause in
Contracts Clarified
WASHINGTON (JTA) Deputy
Attorney General William P. Rog-
ers, announced this week a revised
non-discrimination clause for con- ,
tracts executed by the i nited Emphasized by Joseph Saphir
State- Government. Rogers said NKW YORK (JTA)-~ Israel's dc-
that revisions in the new clause' sjre for p,,acp wj(h (he npj>!hl><,r-
define discriminatory employment jng Arab countrle> was emphasized
practices based on race, color, re- hpre bv Joseph Saphlr ,sra(,| Mjn.
Igion or national origin as well I lgtef 9t communications, at a press
Israel's Desire for Peace
as provide for the posting of no
tices in conspicuous places on the
job by the contractor.
Boston Jews Oppose Selection
Of Rosenwald to Tercentenary
boston (JTA Dissatisfaction
with the .-election of I.e-sing Ro-
senwald, president of the Ameri-
can Council for Judaism, ;i- an
associate chairman "f the Amer-
ican Jewish Tercentenars was
voiced lure bj the Jewish Commu-
nity Council oi Metropolitan Boa-
Ion. "The Jtu i>h Communit)
Council of Metropolitan Boston ex-
presses to the American Jewish
Tercentenars Committee the Coun-
cil- disma) and indignation on the
selection oi the person who is
president oi the American Coun-
cil lor Judaism .1- an associate
chairman of the TercentenaT) Com-
mittee .Hid regards the selection
oi Mr Leasing Rosenwald as an
affront to the Jewish community
oi America."
conference held here Mr Saphir
said that the fact that Israel haj
designated an extensive section of
a new deep-water port develop-
ment in Haifa Bay as a free zone to
be available for use in the future
i>> it- Middle Ka-t neighbors "dem-
onstrates In-tter than word- Israel*!
desire for normal, peaceful rela-
tion-. "
Herut Convention Opens;
Beigin Outlines Program
TEL aviv (JTA i Criticism of
the Israel Government'- immigra-
tion, economic and security poll
cies was voiced hen- by Menahem
Beigin. Herut leader, at the party*!
national convention. Addressing
I more than 300 delegates and over
l.ooo guests at BOA House here,
the rightist leader outlined his
party's program in the economic
and foreign affairs spheres. Mr.
Beigin demanded the stabilization
"f Israel's currency, a- well as of
prices and wages, and called for
the break up of all monopolies,
whether owned by the Histadrut or
private investors

Britain and Jordan Discuss
Situation in Israel Frontier
LONDON ii \ The British
and Jordan Governments have been Austrian Chancellor
exchanging views during the past ft A. .
two weeks ..n th. Israel-Jordan Optimistic on Restitution
border situation the Times oi Lon- Vienna [JTA) An Austrian-
don revealed heir The newspaper Jewish agreement on world Jewish
reported that the British Govern
menl i- most concerned with re-
establishing direct contact between
Jordan and Israel in the wake "I
restitution and Indemnification de-
mands could have been achieved a
long time ago if the Jewish organ-
izations had not started the talks
............. "*- Wl-----...... ...... ..... miwii tin- Idlfl.S
Israel boycott oi the Mixed Armi- by making "exaggerated demands."
stiee Commission. It added that Austrian' Chancellor Julius Rial)
while Jordan refused to meet with told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
Israel under the terms of Article cy in an exclusive interview here.
Mi oi the armistice agreement, it Asserting that he was very opti-
might be willing to confer if all the mistic about the possibilities of
Arab states participated and if the,*"" reaching agreement, Chancel-
agenda was restricted to the single '<>r Raab declared Austria was fully
item of border conflict.
aware of the extent of Jewish sui-
ferings under th( Nazi regime.
DP's Refused Permission to
Land in Brazil Despite Visas 9,$,at,on Against
blenos aires (JTA) a ves Mission Schools Proposed
sel with 13 displaced Jews who had
been refused permission to land in
Brazil, despite the fact that thev
held entrance visas for that coun-
try, docked here this week Rep-
resentatives of the local Jewish
immigrant aid organization hoard
ed the vessel to assure the DP':
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Em
of Israel this week denied
reports in the American pre-- ,,|
leging that the Israel Government
is proposing legislation directed
against parents who -did their chil-
dren to mission schools or against
the mission schools themselves.
,. ... 7 -------" ""- "' ........wmmrtm .SVIKMMS inCltlSCIVeS
that the Joint Distribution Com- ''"' charges nou being spread in
mittee. HIAS and the local group the United State-, -aid the em-
were intervening with the Brazil baas) spokesman, are purely specu-
lan Government to obtain permis latlve. The Israel Government does
sion for the immigrants to land in not have before it any such iesifc
Brazil when the vessel louche- lit ion.
there on its return trip to Europe
Pact on Refugees Enters intol! *< 513,125000 in
Force in Six Countries *^^ T ,,r
eign Operations Administration an
pounced this week that $13.125.000
Ifl -p-cial economic aid ha- been
allotted to Israel for the fourth
quarter of the fiscal year, bringing
the total for the year to $52 500
000. Eor the first three quarter- a
total of $39,375,000 had been made
available to Israel under the pro-
gram to provide that nation with
essential supplies, encourage ex-
port earnings and bolster local pro-
duction by assisting in develop-
ment of the economy. An addi-
tional $1,487,000 is being devoted
to the technical cooperation pro-
gram.
geneva (JTA) The interna-
tional convention on the status oi
refugees came into force this week
in six countries, assuring new
rights to refugees admitted into
those countries and establishing a
new travel document for them.
The six countries are Denmark,
Norway. Belgium. Germany. Lux-
emburg and Australia. In the Unit-
ed Kingdom, the convention will
enter into force on June 9. In a
statement here this week United
Nations High Commissioner for
refugees, Dr. G. J. Van Heuven
Goedhart. said: "This 22nd April
will deserve its place in history."
Btn Tuck
lien Tuek Heads
Aguelaih Israel
Ben Tuck, communal leader, has
been elected president of Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute. Hertz
Weiss, former president, was
named honorary president.
Other officers include Emanuel
LabowitS, Jacob Mendelbaum. Irv-
ing 1'ietrack and Emerich Weisz,
vice presidents; Gerald Katz. treas-
urer: Isaac Hagen, financial secre-
tary; and Selig Zaretsky, recording
secretary.
Board of Directors are Mayor
Harold Shapiro. Councilman Ber-
nard Erank. Morris Babok. Isaac
Bruder. Max Cantor. Harry Cam-
mer. Isidor Chaplik. Nathan Gins-
burg. Harry Jackson, Philip Romer,
David Rosner, Ben E. Silberstein
and David Whitman.
Reelected Gabaim are Solomon
Emanuel. William Feigenbaum and
Jacob Karzen.
A special meeting will be held,
with the new slate of officers pre-
siding, on Sunday, May 9, 10:30
am., at the synagogue building.
W
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Builders if Immortal
Memorials for the
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MAY14, 185*
J~**i>nnr*w>
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Reasons WHY You Should VOTE For
Jay K END RICK As Your Purchasing Agent
1. KENDRICK is a man who will devote his full time to the business of making
$5,000,000 worth of purchases each year for county departments.
2. KENDRICK is a man who pledges and guarantees every seller in Dade County
that he shall not be discriminated against in selling to the county.
3. KENDRICK is a man who will provide public records on all purchases he makes
and who will not tolerate secret files and secrecy in official acts.
4. KENDRICK is a man who has a reputation for fairness a background as a
native Miamian a man whose honesty is proved by U.S. Army records.
5. KENDRICK is a man who will not tolerate a policy of favoritisma man whose
only guide to purchasing will be "the best possible at least cost".
eleTT
jayKENDRICK
YOUR PURCHASING AGENT
Pull Lever 18 A
FREE! FREE! For all the kiddies free rides at Funland Park. 7850 N.W. 27th
Ave.. Saturday afternoon, May 22nd. from noon to 7 p.m. Also free exhibi-
tion by champion alligator wrestler Mike Osceola. FREE! FREE!
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Library Features Books on Art
During the last 20 years, Ameri-
cans have shown a steadily increas
ing interest in art and books writ-
ten about art, according to Dr.
WlcD#far**W7
ran and its branches will feature I more about art and artists, or fol
, ,h. Mi I books on the subject during the tow tta hiatacy of art through the
Frank B Scssa. director of the mi mKnn,t, nf Mar Dr SessI ages, are invited to make use of the
ami Public Library ""waK students' and young library's collection of art books
"W "Sunday p^
**" paintini.
Here it is! Dade Federal's
20TH ANNIVERSARY
Gift t# Mr. and Mrs. Miami Homeowner


A Complete, Free Home Improvement
Counseling Service to Help You
MAKE YOUR HOME
WORTH MORE IN '54!
..' >
Come in! Learn more about it on our
20th A/M/VERQARY DAY
Both Branch Offices
Open Friday, May 14, 9 am to 8 pm
Main Office 9 am to 3 pm
1 hi- coming Friday, May 11. we of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Asaot iation proudly
mark our (went) yean "I service i" Greater
Miami b) introdui ing -till another important
community service -s service dedicated to
helping you "Make Your Homo Worth
Morein'54!"
Beginn ;Fri la]. and i ootinuin for the real
of this year, a Dade Federal Home Improve-
ment Counselor will on hand daily during
business hours at ..II three of our officei to
advise you on all phases of hoine improvement
. .. everything from storm shutters to room
Iditions... whether you plan to employ
builder or "do it yourself."
At no eost or obligation, he will answer your
questions about requirements, assist you with
your special problema, and acquaint you with
the details of FH A Title 1 improvement loan-.
\n I. should you lind it more desirable to buy
Or build a home, or if you're interested ill
refinancing your home, the counselor will
gladly discuss these |.....ibilitiea with you.
He'll -bow you how easily you can arrange
<'. erj thing through a tailored>to~y our-budget.
low i osl Dade Federal Home loan, repayable
in easy monthly payments.
Allopollah Stanch
1400 N.W. 36th Sir..l
Man Offk.
45 N.E. Firl A.nu
Tamiomi Sranch
1901 S.W. Sth Sirr.i
Dade Federal
JOSfrH M. UPTON. Fr.tia.rt
BUSINESS HOUSS: All off*., or. open from 9 A.M. to 3 PM w,*dy, o am
to 12 Noon Sorurdoy,, ond th. Bronch offk., or. op.n Friday, from 9 AM. I P.m!
RESOURCES EXCEED 55 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED l MILLION DOLLARS
VALUABLE FREE BOOKLETS!
Just for coming in and discussing ) our home
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we'd like you to have your cm.....of either of ta*J
Useful handbooks:
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home repair, auiatenance, and w*^ ,
hints for the nun of lh- bouse, or
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IA.Y 14, 1954_
fJmlstfkMrttfjf,
PAGE 7 B
erican Notables...
By HARRY SIMONHOF*
[,l_9Sofr (<, canifitirfint writs tmtHlel,
Lfc, ftrewfMwy tMMM f /twisli Mtfhawat in
f Slre.-Tfc MHaraJ
will not always denote whether its bearer is
ristian. The Puritans Were fond of using names
I Old Testament. David and Emannel are surely
names, direct frdm the Bible. But so is
,|. H !m was a Quaker born in Philadelphia.
j[th Governor of Georgia called himself David
The evidence is by no means overwhelming
ot Jewish birth. But one thing is significant.
fclusive. In the long line of Georgia's Chief Ex-
Jfrom Oglethorpe td Talmadge. the tradition
ly to David Emanuel that he was Jewish.
{historians admit it. Others are content with re-
, him a- a Presbyterian, which in itself does not
[the possibility of birth in another faith. The
ijewi-h Historical Society became interested, and
h, the lawyer-historian Leon Huhner investigated.
". letter from Abraham Minis, of the Old Jewish
at came over in the second or third immigrant
He states unequivocally that not only
governor a Jew but the lady he married was a
The strongest evidence comes from Judge H. D. D.
| Savannah, whose ancestor General John Twiggs
Hionarj tame married the sister of David Eman-
|h the authority derived from family traditions,
"1 do not know where Governor David
,hi from. I only know that, beyond doubt, he
Burke County
test accounts available. David Emanuel was
Penn-O.ania. either in 1742 or 1744. He wander-
I and in his 25th year settled
e do not kna
the position (
wal. Active in p
SSW?"!,> ?*riotic Colonials intent upon
1801: Governor David Emanuel of Georgia
pcMKv vear^ifl! ^ 5" po"itioB f }ustice of the
dJ?Vlletn af,er ala' Active in polities, he also
cabins near Augusta. From this refuge they harassed the
enemy and became so troublesome that the Tories labeled
the village "Rebel Town." We find that his brother Levi
was also active in the struggle for independence. In 1776
Levi Emanuel received his commission of Second Lieu-
tenant from the Council of Safety. Six years later he is a
sergeant-major in the militia under the command of Gen-
Burke Countv \u; eral Mad Anthony Wayne. Was the original commission
intensified the htNrn k\ ground and fighting issued without authority? Or did the frequent resigna-
Red Coats as thl. I between the Colonials and the tions, a common practice in the war for liberty, reduce a
vinrtiniivono3' ll^nus.h were called. But the bitterest commissioned officer to the status of a non-com.
After the war, David Emanuel rose to political im-
ArmyT !li!r yoke f Britai" '" the Continental
t1venJChuenc^rVed ** 8COUt' on *xecu-
battle ground and fighting
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mttfigXi*-*almost paid with his
triuhl,Thf Ting- he *as captured with two other pa-
ran! i 1 Ik"? ,condemned their three fellow Ameri-
rnmnlni A ? fire was kindled and the three
companions were stripped of their clothes. Two of the
prisoners were shot dead. A mulatto, whose reward was
the dead scouts clothes, fired at Emanuel and missed,
quick as a flash of lightning, Emanuel leaped over the
''and made hi, escape in the dark night. He jumped in-
to the neighboring swamp and sank to his neck. The pur-
suers passed him by several times, but could not detect
his head. After several hours he crept out of the swamp
ana reached the army headquarters of General Twiggs
This adventure evidently did much to enhance his
popularity. For in the same year, while the war is still
on, we find him a magistrate, chosen by the General
Assembly. In January of the following year, he is appoint-
ed Justice lor Burke County. Elected in 1783 to the State
Legislature, he is in 1784 rcappointed Justice for Burke
County.
The Patriot
Yet for David Emanuel the war went on. He suffered
severely after Georgia was overrun by the enemy. To-
gether with 30 other patriot families, he built a cluster of
portance. He represented Burke County in the General
Assembly for a number of years. He became a member
of the Constitutional Convention in 1789 and again in
1795. About this time the "Yazoo Frauds" broke into an
open scandal. Many of the legislators were involved in
the conspiracy that lost a vast land empire to the state.
Emanuel was one of the three eminent citizens entrusted
with investigation of this betrayal of a public trust. This
service brought about his election as President of the State
Senate. On March 3, ,1801, David Emanuel was sworn in
as the sixth Governor of Georgia.
The Governor
Some confusion has arisen as to how he became Chief
Executive. Several historians maintain that as President
of the Senate, he automatically became Governor when
his predecessor James Jackson resigned to enter the U.S.
Senate. Other authorities claim that Emanuel was elected
in 1801. In any case he only held the office for eight
months, until his successor was chosen by the General
Assembly.
He died in 1808, and is described in Sherwood's Ga-
zeteer "a fine looking man, amiable, of good character
and inflexible integrity." Four years later the State of
Georgia preserved his name on her map. A vast tract of
land within her boundaries is called "Emanuel County".
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SAM HIRSCH PRESENTS
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MARY AST0R and REX 0'MALLEY
in "PRIVATE UVES"
with DOUGLAS CONWAY
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Pest control is big business in
Miami, and a good example of that
is the tremendous growth of
Mighty National Exterminators, ac-
cording to Ted Bramson.
Fifteen years ago, Bramson oper-
ated his exterminating business
from a dilapidated car. Today, bet-
ter known as "Mr. Mighty," Bram-
son is president of one of Miami's
large pest control companies, oper-
ating a fleet of trucks specializing
in general weekly home service,
termite proofing, chinch bug con-
trol and the opening and closing of
homes in the summer.
Main office of National Exter-
minators is at 852 Alton rd.. Miami
Beach, with a branch office in Mi-
ami.
"Mighty National offers the
home owner personalized service,"
according to Bramson, who has ex-
panded his business with this
thought in mind. "National's uni-
formed, courteous service men are
trained operators, and each man
is carefully chosen for his chores.
All men are bonded."
National's overall operations are
insured for customer protection.
They are licensed by the state and
are members of the Hotel and
Apartment Associations, as well as
of the Better Business Bureau.
With s u m m er approaching,
Bramson this week advised home
owners to protect their lawns from
chinch bug damage. "National's
modern methods and up-to-date
equipment can do the job to keep
I your lawn healthy and green," he
| explained. "Weekly home exter-
minating service is also important
in the summer, and National offers
this service at reasonable rates."
According to Bramson, termites
are another source of trouble to
home owners, and Bramson offered
this advice: "If you have had fly-
ing ants during the past three or
four weeks, better get your home
inspectedfree of charge by Na-
tionalbecause you might have
hidden termite damage."
Bramson, residing at 820 W
24th rd., is a member of Beth
David B'nai B'rith and the Elks.
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Thank You!
To all those who worked so hard for
me, supported me and voted for me
thank you, from the bottom of
my heart.
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS

Rabbi Cassel Opens .,
Consultation Offices
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, who
for several years directed the Psy-
chological Guidance Clinic here,
has announced the removal of his
offices to a new location, the Roose-
velt Theatre Building, 41st st. and
Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Cassel said that he "will
serve the many residents who have
been seeking my help as psycholo-
gist, and consultation will be ap-
pointment only."
Rabbi Cassel is a graduate of
Yeshiva University and Columbia
University. He is reportedly the
only ordained Rabbi in Florida who
is also a graduate and practicing
psychologist. Since 1946, "1 have
been helping men, women and
children through my special skill
and understanding," Rabbi Cassel
announced.
Rabbi Cassel is affiliated with
many national and local groups,
among them the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, the New
York Board of Rabbis, the Florida
Psychological Association, the Rab-
binical Council of America and
the American Psychological Asso-
ciation.
Rabbi Cassel said. "Though I
shall be busy every minute of the
day with a great religious and edu-
cational project which shall be
made public shortly, nevertheless
1 feel it to be my responsibility to
give some time to those who re-
quire my personal help as psychol-
ogist. 1 shall try to help as many
as possible in the limited time that
I have."
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Soviet Seeks New Role in Middle East
HAT,
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONSJust what
are the Soviets up to in the Pales-
tine dispute? The vetoes which
Andrei Vishinsky has cast would
Mem to show that they have be-
< me the allies of the Arabs against
the Jews. but. in the opinion of ex-
rienced observers here, what
they are doing is not as simple U
I hat. These experts believe that
11bfi Russians are .demonstrating to
the world at large, andthe Amer-
icans in particular, that nothing j
> i be done in the Middle East
w thout their participation.
Soviet involvement in the Arab
Israeli conflict has been of viirj
recent vintage. Prior to la>t win-
ter when Mr Vishinsky cast the |
first veto, tin Russians had taken;
no part in the Palestine debates.
They had sat glumly by in the Se-
curity Council, keeping their own
counsel, and abstaining when it
came to a vote.
What has brought about this -ml
dea change? It is surely too much
to believe that the Soviets have
discovered what sturdy people the
Arabs are. or that they hav de-
cided to become the protectors oi
.Islam" This big -witch, diplomats
here believe, is in line with the
policy of participation in world
| affairs, which baa been greatly em-
phasised ever since Stalin's death
it i- reflected in the demands for
Big Four and Big rive DM etlngS, in
the insistence that thej con
Milled about everything
Mr. Vishinsky. who could never
be accused "t being s shrinking
Last UM Concert of Season Shows Rich
Effect of a Full Winter of Concertizing
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra and its concert
aster, Eugene Dubois, proved
emselvea in fine form for the
I program of the 1954 1955 win-
series .it the Miami Beach Au-
torium on Sunday evening,
Dean John Bitter conducted the
hestra in Smetana's Overture to
"The Bartered Bndi." Virgil Thorn
n's "Wheatfield at Noon" ami
e Symphonj No 4 in F minor by
Ischaikowsky Mr, Dubois appear
as soloist m the Max Bruch
Ywlfh Concerto 111 (', minor
Mr. Bitter extracted more than
1 ellifluouc tones from the orches
111 the Smetana overture Both
trings and horns showed 'he ro-
ll oi ,1 Ions winter oi concertiz-
\\luatiieid at Noon" display-
-.. the UM tympbony's rich timbre
a quality that appears to have
ten developing more and more
sitivelj during the past two see-
-
\pari from the orchestra's own
in- in pi rforming the Thomson
mposition and in Mr Bitter's con-
cting, tin work, itself, seems to
.1 sacrifici before all such at
For one 1- reminded again
upon hearing expressive
i-ic iii this type, that the musical
form 1- symbolic rather than
teral, and n 1- almost inevitable
that the impo ition oi literal quali-
- upoi mbolic structure will
foredoomed to the creation nf a
si, naive li 1
The Bruch Concerto received "f Miami Summer Symphony Or-
v rkman-like handling from Mr "to* acheduled for the summer
Djbois, who -tripped from it the ^ ""' Beach Auditorium. John
more romantic interpretation- to fitter will be on the podium as
v hich one 1- accustomed and laid mus,c director of the orchestra for
it bare as a delightful piece for j ,n.e nlaJ,,r portion of the concerts,
ilin that can be heard on occa- Some 25.000 persons attended
ill n when it is not abused arti-ti ,ne eries nl -unimer concerts last
caily. Mr Dubois' stature and ap -vear- according to Mrs Mane
iacfa .is an instrumentalist Volpe. manager "We gratefully
v..v.o are accustomed to seeing him eial support of the Miami Beach
in the First Violin Stand The ('">' Council." she added, in an-
U of M Pop Concert
Schedule Revealed
The Univerait) of Miami this
week announced its fourth season
of pop concerts b) the University
v.srmth ol his tone was positive,
d< -pite the unfortunate 11-e oi
crophone amplification which
ived to distort his violin.
Mr. Bitter provided a steady ac
mpaniment which left little to be
. -ired.
V- an encore. Mr. Duboi.s offered
'he slow movement from the
Tschalkowsky Violin Concerto in
I) major, a composition which ex-
ceeda in romantic quality the
major solo work and which was
ptrformed with a deft handal-
: lUgfa it offered no contrast for
MT. Dubois' talents which might
hi ve been more freshly displayed
in some Bach or Mozart.
Onlv
I violet, has complained at length on
I many ocasions recently that his
delegation has not been taken into
confidence on this or that resolu
j tion before it was presented to the
Sdcurity Council or the Disarma-
; ment Commission. He has chided
the Western Delegations about this
and has done his best to make them
change their ways
The Soviets are no longer in fav
I or of splendid Isolation, if they
ever were: they are certainly not
now under the new Malcnkov re-
gime winch 1- much more intcrna-
tionalist in outlook. They don't
want to be included out. to u-e the
immortal expression of Samuel
Goldwyn, the) want to be included
in and in everything.
By means of the veto, they have
shown that (hey can block any
settlement 111 the Middle Kast and.
in the opinion of these qualified
observers, they intend to continue
to use the veto until they get a
hand in such a settlement. Even
though at the time there was not
micIi as emphasis on participation
extremely annoyed when they were
excluded from any say in.the su-
pervision of the truce.
Of course, the Americans realize
what the Russians are up to. and
they are determined to prevent
them from having a part in a set-
tlement, and thus getting a hold in
the Middle Kast. But what can they
do?
If they move the Palestine dis-
pute to the General Assembly, as
they intend to do this will not pre-
vent the Arabs from bringing the
ea-e to the Security Council. They
can do it even if they are not mem-
bers of the Council.
It seems, as one diplomat here
Capt. Levitan Named
To President's Board
Capt. Kalman L Levitan. 37. son
of Kabbi and Mrs. Abraham Levi-
tan. 10 SK 6th st.. has been ap-
pointed to the Armed Forces Chap
lams Board to advise President
Eisenhower on chaplaincy matters. 1
Now st at mned with the 3650th
Mil Wing, Samson Air Force Ba-e.
N.Y., Capt, Levitan entered the Air
Force four years ago and shortly
afterward received his commission
as a chaplain. He has served in
Alaska, Japan and other sector- ol
the Pacific area.
Cent. Levitan received his Rab-
binical degree at Ye-lma College,
NY. and did graduate work at the
Institute Of lieligiou there. He is
al-o a former student at Harvard
University.
said sadly, that we cannot have a
settlement in the Middle East with-
out Soviet participation, and at the
same time we cannot nave a set-
tlement with Soviet participation
The new emphasis on involvement
in international affairs, which the
vetoes in the Palestine dispute
have brought outfits in nicely with
the old Communist policy of caus-
ing as much trouble as possible
everywhere in the world.
nouncing the new series
Guest conductors of the orches-
tra, as last year, will include C of
at associate conductor Modest* Al-
loo and bier Solomon, internation-
ally known musician whose recent
recordings for RCA Victor list
among them a performance of the
Chausson "Poeme," with Jascha
1 Heifetx, violinist
Mr- Volpe explained that there
Will again be the tables with red-
I checked tablecloths, each table
seating eight persons. A new inno-
vation this year is the fact that
Mezzanine teats will be reserved
The schedule of concert-
John Hancock Names
Rafkind to 'Round Table'
During a sales meeting held at
Welaka. Fla William Rafkind. Mi-
ami manager of the John Hancock
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
received an award for leading the
Florida agency in production for
the fourth consecutive year.
He sold over $1,000,000 worth of
life insurance in the past year and
qualified for the "Million Dollar
Round Table."
Sigma Delta Tau
Plans Biennial
Convention Here
Sigma Delta Tau, international
collegiate sorority, will hold its
17th biennial convention at the Sea
Isle Hotel, June 23 through 26.
Mrs. Morton A. Grant of Miami,
national president, will preside at
the meeting. Mrs. Grant, a Univer-
sity of Alabama graduate, is serv-
ing her second term as president of
the group.
More than 150 delegates and rep
resentatives from universities in
the United States and Canada, and
alumnae leagues in 25 principal
cities, will convene at the sorority's
first Florida meeting. Mrs. Harold
Kaufman. Detroit, Mich., is conven-
tion chairman.
Among members of Grand Coun-
cil in attendance will be Miss Ray
Sommer, Baton Rouge. La., first
vice president; Mrs. Dora Chapman.
Iowa City. la., second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. William Katz. Highland
Park. 111., treasurer; and Mrs. Ben
Kartman, Wilmette, 111., executive
secretary.
Mrs. Robert Maslansky, Palisade.
N.J., Miss Lorraine Vogel, East
Orange. N.J., Mrs. Norman Beck.
I.o- Angeles, Calif.. Mrs. Murray
Rosenthaal. Oak Ridge, Tenn Mrs.
Paul Rapoport, Cedar Rapids. la.,
Mrs. Harold Turkel. Baltimore.
Md.. Mrs. Herbert Zak. Highland
Park, 111. Mrs. Arthur Phillips.
Minneapolis. Minn., and Mrs. Bud
Goldberg. St. Paul, Min.. are re
gional advisors.
Chapter delegates will come
from Cornell University, Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, Ohio State
University, University of Buffalo.
University of Cincinnati. Louisiana
State University, University of
Georgia, University of Nebraska.
McGill University, University of
Illinois. University of California at
Los Angeles, University of Min-
ne-ota.
University of Oklahoma. Univer-
sity of Iowa. University of Ala-
bama, Northwestern University,
University of Texas, Indiana Uni-
ver-ity, Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity, University of Michigan, Uni-
versity of Massachusetts, Syracuse
University of Pittsburgh. Washing
ton University and University of
Maryland.
I
Allen Goldberg, choinaej
the Florida Commit, j
Sports in Israel, has'
named a member ol tfc|
tional Executive
of the U.S. Com^i
Sports in Israel.
who is chairman 7
emergency welfare _
division of Dade CountyQ
Defense in District Fiv(,ji
tive in the Elks, Masond
pie Emanu-E! and
other local civic and i_
organizations. Henry
co-chairman of the
group, also was nandl
the committee.
Reparations Account
For One Percent oi
Germany's Export
Continued from Pay II !
festations of this carapap |
Czechoslovakia. Now the
tions of five non-Jews on I
absurd s I a n derous antiJ
! charge-, continues the pen
"It is significant that Ik I
of the five new victims I
in Slovakia, where ami
prejudices are strong and '
anti-Jewish riots have oftal
place. This trial stressed antJ-l
it ism more openly than 1
the others
"The Communists realist I
Judai-m 1- utterly in
with all forms of totaliu
That is the reason for
tinuing fury of their
campaign
Only the stronge-t prssj
world public opinion car
disaster tor the more ttaal
million Jew- trapped belS^
Iron Curtain "
Workmen's Circle Picnic
Club Everglades, Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 1080, is sponsoring a
picnic on Sunday, May 23, 10:30
am. at Parking Lot No/ 2 in Cran-
don Park.
Richard is Speaker
Greater Miami Womecs
ican ORT held a member*
recently at the home sjl
1 Dash. 435 Fairway dr. re
; Isle. Melvin J. Richard r
'speaker Mrs. a**
; membership chairman.
I charge of arrangements.
in
eludes the following: Jorge Bolat,
pianist. June 20. John Bitter. Ruo.
on rare occasion did the giero Rico, violinist June 27 John
I .rns stray in Mr Bitters reading 1 B.tte, Jesus Maria Sanroma. p,.,,,-
-I the Tschalkowsky symphony. He 1 ist, and Utla Ruth S(,pr.in 'Ju|
conducted the orcnestra through | 4, John Bitter; Fague Springmann
' troue 11.111 ..nil ..*,#,... 1 ,..,. I ."(* _
the treacheries and occasional vag
anes of loud -(Minding passages es-
ially in the first and fourth
vements. in admirable fashion.
The famous pizzicato third move-
ment proved delightful listening.
All in all. the final concert of the
season by Mr. Bitter and the Uni-
ratty of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra, made many sorry that the sea-
*n is over.L.M.
baritone. July 11. John Bitter;
Jeanette I-a Bianca. Coloratura so
prar.o. July 18. Izler Solomon
Diana Steiner, violinist. July 25,
Izler Solomon; Fausto Garzia Me
deles, pianist, August 1. Izler Solo-
mon; Joan F'ield. violinist, August
8. Modeste Alloo; Esther Payne,
pianist, August 15, John Bitter; and
Sigurd Rascher. saxophonist, Au-
gust 22, John Bitter.
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IAY It 1954
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
+Je*hHhrMtoti
(COB CONGREGATION
Friday evening services
\m Saturday morning
L, ;it 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
chcloff will officiate and
i Weekly Portion. Junior
at 9 a.m. under the
Kf Benjamin Kaminetzky.
t Kp of the Sisterh(M>d. Min-
ers p.m., followed by
udov Daily services are
ajn. and at 6:45 and
GABLES JEWISH CEN-
hold Friday evening serv-
B5 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
Ittffiriating and preaching
(topic-: "My Rabbinical
The Teachings of Rabbi
I Candle Blessings will be
L the Mcsdames Buddy
(inI Jacques Fink. Cantor
binsnii. Robert Strassburg
Center Choir will render
^al portions of the liturgy.
morning services are at
hen Stanley Harvey, son
I Mrs. Arthur Ziegler,
M Bar Mitzvah. The Zieg-
S\V 19th st., will be
[the Oneg Shabbat follow-
I EL CONGREGATION will
pday evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
kt 8:.'iO a.m. Rabbi Shmary-
) uill officiate and dis-
m Influence of the Sinai-
fcri on American Democ-
. clavs in Talmud is sched-
|5 pin followed by Shalos
I when the Rabbi will dis-
Zohar. Cantor Nathan
will chant the musical
of the liturgy. Junior
are in Academy Hall at
)ATH ISRAEL HEBREW
JTE will hold Friday eve-
rvices at 6:45 p.m., follow
abbalat Sabbath. Saturday-
services are at 9 a.m.,
|>bbi haac Ever will offici-
discuss the Weekly Por-
tiddush will follow, with
Otor acting as host. Mincha
|30 p.m with Maariv con-
the Sabbath observance.
services are at 9 a.m. and
n. Daily services will be
[8:30 a in. and 6:45 p.m.

PLE EMANU-EL will hold
{evening services at 5 and
Rabbi Irving* Lehrman
liciate and discuss: "The
ol Lag B'Omer For Our
Saturday morning servic-
^t 9 am The Rabbi will dis-
Woekly Portion. The Bas
I of Harriet, daughter of Mr.
Abraham Newman, will
pace. Daily services are in
Pel at 8 am. and 6:45 p.m.
Phillip Brummer will ren-
musical portion of the li-
|TH DADE JEWISH CEN-
till hold Friday evening serv-
I8 15 pin. with Rabbi Henry
officiating. Past presidents
P'cers will be hqnored in
fnee of the Center's fifth an-
|Ty Cantor Maurice Neu will
line musical portions of the
I with the Center Choir as-
Subject of the sermon is
scheduled as: "Service for God and
Country." The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will honor founders of the
Center. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Daily services are
at 6 p.m.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate and preach on the topic
"What Should a Religious School
Do?" Newly elected officers and
Board of Directors of the IT A will
be consecrated. Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m.. when
the Bar Mitzvoth of Kenneth Jav.
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Light!
and Philip Bernard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Malter, will take
place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
9
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
Gross will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Mincha is at 6:15 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Sun-
day morning services will be at 8
a.m. Daily services are scheduled
for 7:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6 p.m.. with
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiating
Services will begin at 9 a.m. Sat-
urday. At 10 a.m., the Bar Mitz-
vah of Stanley Straus, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Straus, will take
place. Services will be held at 9
a.m. Sunday, and at 7 a.m. week-
days.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating. Installation of of-
ficers and Board members will take
place. Subject of the sermon is
scheduled as: "The Responsibili
ties of Jewish Leadership." Can-
tor Joseph W. Malek will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Zaconick and Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Bernstein. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Daily services are at 9 a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m. Saturday morning services
ere at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky will officiate and preach
on the Weekly Portion. Cantor
Samuel Salkow will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Min-
cha is at 6:45 p.m., and will be
followed by Shalos Seudos.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating and discussing: "When
Judaism Permits and Prohibits
Weddings." Saturday morning
services are at 11 a.m., when Joel
Chaftez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Chaftez, will become Bar Mitzvah.

CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30* p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when Brian
Rodger, son of Mrs. Frances Hersh,
will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abra-
ham Sachs will officiate and speak
on the Weekly Portion. His sub-
5} *" ^ "Freedom for All."
Kiddush will follow. Mincha will
be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
?
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Max
Shapiro will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah of
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Warshaw, is scheduled. Student
services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily
services will be held at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are at 830
a.m. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Glassman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will
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officiate, with Cantor Berele Kele
mer rendering the musical portions
of the liturgy. A class in Mishna
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., with
Mincha and Shalos Seudos follow-
ing. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer liturgy.
Abramowitz officiating. Installa-
tion of officers will take place. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:45
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of
Robert Fabric, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Ben Fabric, and Sidney Klein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Klein, will
take place. Rabbi Abramowitz wiil
discuss the Weekly Portion. Can-
tor Edward Klein will chant tlis
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Miamians Honored
For NEPH Activity
President Dwight Eisenhower
last week presented awards to MV
en Greater Miami residents and
groups for their work in the field
of employment of the physically
handicapped. The President's com-
mittee in that field made the prei
entations at the annual meeting "I
the National Employment of the
Physically Handicapped Commit
tee in Washington.
Local individuals honored in
elude Dr. Nathaniel Levin, who
pioneered in teaching persons who
lost their larynxes by nirgerj to
talk again; J. N. McArthur. chair-
man of the Miami Chamber of
Commerce Committee on employ-
ing the handicapped: L. A Daniel,
c xecutive director of the commit
tee; Mrs. Florence Fox. chairman
of the Chamber'] Golden Yean
Committee; and Herbert Scher,
chairman of the Vocational Service
Bureau.
Miami was also the only city to
have been asked to set up an ex
hibit at the NEPH, illustrating1
progress here in placing the handi-
capped Miami ranks sixth among
the nation's cities in the number,
of handicapped persons for whom
jobs are found. In the year ending j
last October. 5.ooo were employed
in local job-
Florida Sen. George Smathers
was also presented a citation by |
the Miami Chamber for "outstand-
ing service" in aiding Presidenl
Eisenhower's placement program.
In a Washington newsletter pub-
lished in newspapers throughout
the state, Smathers replied that "it
was my honor the other day to
visit the Parade of Progress Expo
sitioo and to receive a citation."
Smathers singled out chairman
Leo Axlrod. of the Miami Cham-
ber, who has done so much in the
placement of physically handicap-
ped persons.
20$ Pianists
To Audition
Sixteenth annual piano auditions
by members of (he Miami Branch
of the National Guild of Piano
Teachers are being held May 1321
at Morgan Piano Co. 1752 North
Bayshore dr.
Some 200 Greater Miami stu
dents are expected to take part in
the local auditions.
Mine Louisa Stojowski, well
known pianist and pedagogue and
teacher at the .luilliard School of
Music. New York City, will !><
Judge Each student will receive >
private audition
Irl Allison, of Austin. Te\ is
founder and president oi the Ma
tional Guild. Local chairmen are
Mrs Gertrude Ellis and Miss Eli/
abeth Warner
Temple Emanu-EI
Men Name Officers
Allen Goldberg. Miami Beach
civic and religious leader, has been
elected president of the Temple
Kmanu El Men's Club, succeeding
.Indue Irving Cypen Goldberg is
chairman of emergency welfare
services of the Miami Beach dis-
trict for Darte County Civil Defense
and an active worker in the Miami
Beach Civic I-eague and Elks He
is a member of Temple Emanu-El's
Board of Directors
Selected as Men's Club vice pres-
idents were Alfred Stone, AI u.
sip, Jules Channtng and Edward
Newman. Michael Salmon was \,,t
>'i secrctar) with Aaron Bookspan
named as corresponding secretarj
Irving Sch.it/man was elected
treasurer.
Named to the Board of Directors
were Gilbert Balkin, Leonard Cole
man. Henry Cove, Irving Cypen,
Morris Dubler. Raymond Peiner,
Abe Fletcher. Carl Gardner, Ben
Zion Ginsburg, Hen Greene. Her-
bert Gutman, Donald Kaplan, Dr
Sherman Kaplan. Sam K;.;/ Man in
Kimmel, Joe Kouas. Solomon Lich-
ter. Max Mangold, Hank Meyer, Dr
Herman Mechlowitz, Dr Donald
Miehnoff.
Gersbon Miller, Joel Newman,
Joe Itubin. Phil Salmon. Milton
Sirkin, Milton Smith, Morris
Schneider. William Buasman
George J. Talianoff. Sidney Teller.
Henry Waitzkin. Sam Wiesen and
Raphael Yunes.
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
Honors Past Presidents
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, hon-
ored past presidents of the organ
bsation at a homecoming cilebr.i
tion on Tuesday evening, May II.
in Beth David Synagogue, 2625 sw
3rd ave.
Sholem I-odge was founded in
1924 as the first B'nai B'rith order
in the State of Florida Since that
time, a total of 18 presidents have
stood at the helm of the organiza-
tion
leading the list of past presi
dents was Miami Mayor Abe Aron
OvitZ. Others were Jack Abbott.
Nathan Adelman. Sid AronovitX,
Marx Faber. Milton Friedman.
Louis Unman. John Kronenfeld.
Isaac Levin. E. Albert Pallot.
Burnett Roth. Judge Sam Silver.
Elry Stone. Harold Turk. Jerome
Weinkle. Judge William Pallot. Ed
Roth and current president Marvin
Rauzin.
Program chairmen were Stanley
Caidiu and Harry Schwartz. In
charge of refreshments was a
group of 25 B'nai B'rith women
acting as hostesses.
Friends of members and of past
presidents were invited to the af-
fair. Ben Essen acted as master of
ceremonies.
While Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North
Shoie Jewish Center, looks on. Mrs. Molly Fabric, outgoing
president oi the North Shore Jewish Center Parent-Teacher
Association, hands over the list of 150 members to the incom-
ing president, Mrs. Ethel Klein, who was installed at the Monte
Carlo Hotel here. Also installed were the Mesdames Regina
Greenhill. first vice president; Sylvia Jacobi, second vice presi-
dent; Lee Surloff, recording secretary; Bebe Perlman, corre-
sponding secretary; Ida Pipersberg. financial secretary; Molly
Fabric, advisor; Jean Saiiman. hospitality; and Irene Gelfand,
birthday blessings.
.FRIDAY.
from NCq
Rabbi Irving i
,leader <" tto~
'-nedlas,
Indiana, where be
,he a"nual *
"I ,he NabonJc
< nnsuans and in\
The agenda ol th,
'"" '"eluded *
"......nas-Mora'jJ
sources for ErotM.
S"wi In Today, J
sponsibilitics and oJ
Religloui Edueatioa
Rabbi Lehrman
sermon last Fnday 3
annual meeting tjJ?
Will be "Report
ference."
Mothers' Day Marked
A special Mothers' Day service
took place at Temple Emanu
Kl on Saturday during the regular
9am service, according to Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader.
Rabbi Lehrman devoted his
sermon to the significance of the
occasion when he spoke on the
subject "A Woman of ValorWho
Can Find?"
Greetings in behalf of the moth-
ers were extended by Mrs. Irving
Cypen. president of the Sisterhood
Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president
of the Parent-Teacher Association.
offered a special prayer.
Participating students wen
Marjorie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Friedland. and Stephen,
son of Judge and Mrs. Irving
Cypen.
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MAY 14. 1954
UeMstnoridriag!
>n Voters
Meeting
flve and School Board can-
ine second primary run-
tart icipate in the League
Voters candidates meet-
i'etlnesday evening, May
;it the Miami Women'i
North Bay Shore dr.,
jointly by the League of
fvoters of Coral' Gables,
I Miami and Miami Beach.
ratic and Republican can-
fcave been invited to par-
the public discussion,
btions from the audience
[to the candidates will be
| the program, according to
hur Reid, chairman of the
rs Service Committee of
Leagues,
ator will be Professor
t. Larson, chairman of the
bent Department at the
Jty of Miami.
Itive candidates invited to
include Republican can
arlan G. Hubert and Demo-
bndidates Rep. George S.
nd William W. Charles,
[Group II. Republican can-
Thomas B. DeWolf and
pic candidates John B. Orr,
Thomas E. Lee, Jr., will
Dn the program.
Ill legislative candidates
bki'i' Cieorge L. Hollahan,
\V ('. (Cliff) Herrell, Demo-
|andi(l,ites. and Joe Miller,
can.
Board candidates invited
bict I. Dr. Robert S. Butler
ks N Noel, Democrats, and
f. Heriale, Republican; Dis-
Max F. Engel and Mrs.
| J. Vosloh, Democrats, and
uline Clements, Republican;
III Rev. Frank E. Harlow
I. C. Raymond van Dusen,
hits, and Albert E. Schrader,
lean.
ling Institute
^als Program
outhern TOglotial Leaders'
Institute for leaders and
leaders of Judaean
Ito be held in the South for
Wong period will take place
Tine 9-15 at Camp Blue Star,
isonvillc. N. C, according to
buncement made by Eleanor
in. nf Miami Beach, chair-
Ithe Southern Region Lead-
luncil.
ers' Training Institute will
fcu-d tip about 30 adults and
[adult- Local youth commis-
lhroughout the South have
kuested to send at least two
jf-s lo the training program.
pr the week course will be
trs and potential leaders of
n groups, both Senior and
I club-, are invited to apply
Jegional ur local scholarship.
plitute takes place the first
jof the two week Southern
Judaea, and actual training
a Part ot the program.
[Moves Office
p Pomerantz, certified pub-
ntant, announces the relo-
his office from the down-
pea to 2309 West Flagler st.
VcT,1 ls past Pres'dent of
[tables Lodge B'nai Brith
PMdeiit of the Benevolent
auon of Roosevelt Lodge
f Pythias, a member of
* York University Alumni
'on and in the past has
accounting instructor in
uit Evening Division of Lind-
opkins Vocational School
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
r?.pVf|R-F-T,T,OU8
K. ,',, "jKl1V qivbn ,hat
i ; ;!-;i itiR i< ene:ai{.. in
F'li U '' '-l*"/. at 19081
>"" i ,V ".' "? l-.ul.UT
Wt ,f ', '" -"- SI-2H MAI;llN FLEISCHER
NOTICE UNOERl rjCT,T,<,US
wni, the cierk of
of Dad* County,
VAN MANBN
I K\ ii.'T-
* KAPLAN
* .
reglater raid nam
the circuit Court
Florida.
GRACE
MYERS, REIMAN
Alloillcyn for Applicant
t.'.O Reynold III.I,.
4/H-3II :./7-lf
"^noticeonJmTfictitious
... ... N*ME LAW
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY rilVBN that
the underrigned, desiring ... ..,,u:i(. "'.
IZ7Z-74 B.W. 12nd Ave., Miami kIh
nlen,l8 to register raid name with the
VERNON BRUTAKER
HENBT M. CaVn" "*'""' '
Attorney for Applicant
2r>iii \v. Flagler St
Miami, Flu.
4/30 S/T-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, dealrlng i<> engage In
liuKlnera under the fictitious nam. .,f
VENT-MA8TER, V-ntMusieY, AUN-
|.M,-MASTKH, Awning Master WIN-
?'<> -Nv- olut Street. Hlaleah, (lor-
Ida Intends to rerlster aald name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit of Dade
t.ounty, Florida.
WlndowMaiter Corp., a Florida
corporation, owner
AMi is BENJAMIN
Attorney for owner
4/30 l/T-14-SI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BLEACH WHITE CO. (nol Incorpor-
ated), at 2*27 N.E. Second Avenue,
Miami, attend to reliefer Mid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count*. II..i Ida
DAVID WEISS.
tll'S II.M.AH Whs (Owners)
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
L'.MK W. Elagler St.
4/30 :. 7-ll-L'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engagt In
bualneaa under the flctltloui name of
ROSECRE8T GIFTS, al IK Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, intend* to register
said name vinli the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
Km.Ksi.au OWSIEJKO
Sole < iwner
KHSSI.ER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicant I
1782 \V. Flagler St.
4/23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168590
LII.LIE KAFM, 1-laintirr.
vs.
JULIUS MAIM, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIUS BAIWI
776 Springfield Avenue
Irvlngton. New Jersey
You, JULIUS KAFM. re hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you an- required to serve a copy
of vour Answer or I'Jeadlng to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, mai.vin BNGLANDER,
311 Lincoln Road, Miami Iteach. Flor-
ida, and file the original Inawar or
l'l.ading ill the office ot the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or hefbte the
2Mb day of May. I54. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against nm r..r the relief de-
manded In the Bill ol Complaint.
This notice shall b* publish*! once
each week for four eonaecutlve week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2th day of April. A l>
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad* Cmintv, Florida
B] K H. RICE, JR.
(Circuit Court Se.ih Deputy ClerR
MALV1N km;i,\\iii:ii, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2ii Lincoln Ri ad, Miami Beach, Fla.
1/30 5/7-14-21
'"Alt i-v %1 "i""y- "orfia.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
kND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOW;
OA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168901
N RE: ADOPTION OF;
ROSE MARIE lTI.'1 '
ami LEONARD 111.Co. minors.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: AMKRIt'o Fl'l.f' i
644 East If) Strut
Bronx, New York
Yol- AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Adoption of Roe*
Marie Fiilco anil Leonard Pulio, min-
ors, has been fil......i the Office of the
Clerk of the circuit Court. In Dad*
County, Florida, and you are hereoy
commanded lo I"' ami appeal lit iW
Circuit Court, I "lc County. Florida,
on the lltli .!..> "t .Lnie. I:'. "-";*
cause whv said Petttlon -h.mld not l
grained: otherwise. ..... inaiiei> alleg-
ed in Raid Petition for Adoption *h.Hl
be taken as .onfessed by >'"._,
DONE AND ORDERED t Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 6th da>
f "^ ,:,K B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bs #11 w BTOCK1NG,
11..,,,in Clerk
noti: Tin- notice I* "led '""".-
coidnm. with Chapter i., Section i.i.
Florida statute*,
HENRY M CAIN. Att.v.
J51H W Flagler Si Miami, Horlda
.1/14-21-2- 6/4 ^_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW......
NOTICE is HEREBY OH EN "'
the ander*lgnd, dertrtng to n '
Dullness under the nctfilou* name .il
MAKL1N oil. CUMPAN1 tNot Inc.).
at 2011 Calais Drive, Miami
Florida. Intend- ... regl.ter '.'".
with the Clerk of the ( Ircult I uun
of Dade County. Florid*.....
BKRNAKD IIODINS
Prealdenl *nij Sole Owner
GEOROE J. TALIASl'FF. t.sg.
Attorney for Petitioner
i/U-Jl-28 /
PAGE II B
L*nderE..g,^dU?aYlt0'vN that
bu.lne* under il- fe.H ''nt!i,g'' '"
KED srvs -r ."" '"; "",ls ";""" "'
Road. Intend* t. ''!':;', "<'
M M ABE KATZBN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
thNOT.PE Is^f^i^.iVEN tha,
he-uaderaigned. desiring (., enii* ,.
'?. the f.c7,..lls*aSSt:. !,'
, ',hl"v I I.Ad', at ITP, g -.-...a
11.'."":;, '""' ''".....Atuendtor;^
i, i. .' "al"" "'"' h* chrk of the
' Iwult Com of Dade count? Florida
HIANK BEOEL
HENRT M cJ,NRA BmBL
Attorney for A.....leant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
name with ti. aerfc o fte Circuit
< ".lit of Dade County, Florida.
RENATO LEV1
I'liKRTO ORVIETO
A-VKHS. HBIMA}*0*? KAPLAN
^I's:';:;;,!",:,^1""""^
4/M ... 7-M-i'i '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
^ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
pUpt"o!"DSnaer ""' "Ctltlou* nan,,, of
PREPARED l'i.....8, at 21 N W r.lth
I. i'.'i. ."J''"'^ '" rlter said name
with th. lerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florid*
KESSLER OARS """^ ^^
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler 31
I fl 8 J-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
Rb.NANN MORTGAGE CO. (Not Inc.)
al 1133 mill St., Bay Harbor Island,
intend to register -aiil name with the
< lerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN NEWMAN.
ANNA NEWMAN
M< 'Nl'.i IE DIXl iN
Attorne) for Applicants
."."". olx mpia Bldg.
5 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng t<> engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
THE TWENTY-ONE LOUNGE i.WIi
BAIO, at 21 S.E. 1st Avenue. Miami.
intend to register said n.....e with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida
VINCENT A NA8TO, Jit.
ZOI.TAN I. UICCZU
KESSLER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 \V. Flagler St.
6/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CRT. BALES, at :'I7 N.E. litli
Street, Miami, intend to register said
name with tit,' Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CAL LESTER
l.ollRAINK LESTER
ISRAEL ABRAMS
Attorney for Applicants
128 N.E, 2nd Ave.
:. 7-h-:'1-l'5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng t< engage in
business under the fictitious nam,. of
MERCURY SERVICE STATIONS, at
739 Blacayne Boulevard, and i"7 N.E.
13th Street, Miami, Florida, intend-
to register said nam* with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
QARWOOD n. WIGG1N, Prop.
KURT WELLI8CH
,1 ... i v '.. Applii ant.
l ti |-17 Congress BulM
i :iu i/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. rslgni d, dealt In* to engage I"
business under the flctltlou* name of
I'ARKOTEL at 249 N E 3rd St.. Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t
,.f Mde County, Florid...
RUTH STERN
MTERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN
Attorney* for Applicant
.;.,.. Si v hold Bldg.
., '14-21-28 1 I ____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 16849
NORMA HBERY, Plaintiff,
JOSEPH MARTIN PATRICK
HF.F.KY .lit Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH .MAI'.TIN I'ATRICK
HEERY, JR.
10(iL' Fast Fulton Street
Hempatead, LI., New York
You are herein notified that a Mill
of Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to ierv<......PS of your Ana*
war or Pleading to the Bill ot ( om-
idalnt on the plaminr-. Attorney,
HENRY M CAIN. 2.118 W.st Flagler
si Miami, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answ. r or Pleadlna In the office
f the clerk of the Circuit < airt on
or liefore the 21th day of May, 1954.
:f you fail to do so, Judgmenl by de-
fnill will be taken against \ou for the
relief demanded In the mil of Com-
"llONE VND ORDERED al HI nni.
r*nrlda, tin-, -i-i daj oi April, A.D.
}9ji- r. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, ('Irciiil Curt.
Hade Count'. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKJNO,
(Circuit Court Seal) OepuiJ .Clerk
HENRT >! CAIN
attorney for Plaintiff
,]s West Flagler Street
Miami. FTorldn,.
,, -N,?TICE BY PUBLICATION
L. J.1E. C!BCUIT COURT OF THE
!. oFe?TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 168444
HOWARD M. O'TOOLE, Plaintiff
vs.
JEANNE F Q-TOOLB, Oefendant
........SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PO: JEANNE F. O'TOOLE
Pox no. Route 1
i'. i rid, Callfoi nla
You are hereby notified that a Kill
Of i omplaint for Divorce hils been
riled against you, anil yon are requir-
ed to serve a copy of >lw- Answer ,,r
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. HAVID LE-
H .*" fth Ave, Miami,
Florida, and fil,. the original Answer
or I leading In the office of the Clerk
'.,'..,""; lr''"" ''""" "" Of '"fore the
-"til day of May. I9J4. If you fall lo
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
inatided in ihP Hill ,,f Complaint.
Tins notice shall Me published once
u?C5.JS .. '""'' 'onsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
,DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
IwT 2Ul ',,ly f A|"'"' AU'
E B. LEATHERMAN,
'lerk, Circuit Court.
Dad* County. Florida
,o, Bv M W I'ARTENHKIMER
',.;.'.'''.',1,;1 _!_'"."'-' Scal> Hej>uty Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
lRAi.iN CHANCERY. No. 16712*.
HTMAN P. STEINBERG and
ETHEL STEINBERG, hi- wife,
Plaintiffs,
MART B. BACKETT and
EDNA MELLOW LATHAM.
...___ Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FliNA MELLON LATHAM,
Defendant:
"lifl Harbor Drive,
Blacayne Key, Dade Countv,
Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
hill of complaint to foreclose mortgage
tiled herein on plaintiffs' attorney
RICHARD KRIEOER FINK, 112 c.ri-
greea Kullding. Miami, Florida, and
to file the original In the office of the
Clerk of the abovi Court on or before
the 28th day of .May, lft.'.t. or a default
u ill be entered against you.
DATED: this Mud day of April,
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By M, C. GREEN,
Depuiv Clerk.
(Seal)
1 :;n 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business iin.ler the flctltloui name of
COLLINS ARCADE, C 0 Berlck, Sha-
piro ,V Find, Attorneys, 110 Lincoln
Road, Miami Leach, intend to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida.
NATHAN WEINBBRG
JACK SONENBL1CK
HENRY SONENBLICK
4/30 &/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE SOUTHWESTER, o Southwest
Letter Service, 2847 Coral Way. Mi-
ami, intend to reglater said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mile
County, Plortda.
CHARLES M I- REEFIELD
MARIAN FREEFIELD
;. M.21.21 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng t.> engage I"
bUllneSS under the flctltlOUl nam.- of
JAY DEE AMUSEMENT CO at ilii
N w 8th Si.. Miami, Intend to regis-
ter -aid name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Had,- County, Florida.
JOSEPH KOGANOVSKY
KF.ItNARD KOUANOVSKV
MORTON M. BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicants
19 W Flagler St.
".Ml-l'l-us
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under Ihe flctltlOU* name
-II DOUGLAS ROAD STl'DlO, ..i !
I tougla* Road, Coral i tables, i "at
County, Florida, intend- to reglst
aid name ;th the I 'lerk of the I 'I
.uit Cunt of Dade County, Florida.
GERALD II. K1M8EY
HENRT M CAIN
Vttornej fot Applicant
2S18 Wesl Flaglei St., Miami, Florl
5/7-14-21-28
i.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage t"
bualnes* under the fictitious name of
KIDDI KAMPI'S. al '.Tic W. ".1th
Street, Hlaleah, intends to register
-aid name lib the clerk of the i'ii -
cult Coii! t of Dude Count\, I-lorida.
DOLORES linn, Sole Owner
MARX M FABER
Attorne] foi Applicant
112 Congress Kldg.
:. 14-21-18 I i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE S AND M CIIKPORATION,
lo.ated at s:,.-, Collins Avenue, Mi,,
Beach, will only be responsible tor
their own debts which have occuirej
after May 1st, 1954,
"./7-14-2I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 168o:5
DORA. STERN, I'lalntiff,
Wi fn
FERDINAND STERN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, FERDINAND si'l'iltN. '
West 95th Street. New York.
hi rebj notified thai a Kill of Co -
plaint lor invoice has been t
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Pie
Ing to the Kill of Complaint on It he
plaintiff's attorney. THEODORE I.
BAKOWlTZ, V" Seybold Bulldb -,
Miami, Florida, and file the origin ,1
Answer or Pleading in the office i f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, orl or
before the 2Sth day of May. MM. I*
you fail to do so, Judgment by Aefa lit
will he taken against you for the '--
lief demanded In the Kill of Compl*
DONE AND ORDERED at Mia. ,
Florida, this 27th day of April. It',.
K. B. LEATHKRMA.N
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By W.M W. STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy C**rlt
4/30 5/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 187;7
VINCENT PORTO, also known as
VINCENT F. PoRTO, and ALBA !E
LORRAINE PORTO, bis wife,
I'lalntiff
V8.
LILLIAN PATNE and
JAMES PAYNE, her husband, et a .
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN PAYNE and JAMES
PAYNE, her husband, Mo, .t
V-ni'in, Illinois;
All unknown heirs, devi-
grantees, assignees, lienors, or-
itois, trnaaees, or other part e*
claiming by, through, under -
against ISABEL L chamki:...
LIN, Deceased:
All unknown heirs, devil
grantees, assignees, lienors, ei
11 or.-, trustees, or other par-
claiming by. through, unoer
analnst FRANKLIN EDWAI:
WILLIS, SR also known
FRANKLYN E. WILLIS, -
ceas.-d;
MATTIE JOANN ENNI8
MYRON ENNI8, her husbai .
|625 "H" Street, Sacrainei..
California:
The unknown spouses of any rf
the above named defendants l
If any of the above named
fendants be .lead, the unkie.
heirs, devisees, grantees, assi-:: -
ees, lienors. trustees, credit -
and other parties claiming b>,
through, under or against the
aliove named defendants;
And all parties known or un-
known, having or claiming to
have any right, titb- or Interest
in and to the following descrii
property, situate, lying and bein%
In Dade County, Florida, to-wk:
Lota 2 and 3. In Block 117. of
HIALEAH. THIRD AUDITION,
according to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Hook 7. Pag.
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
foi' AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint t
Quiet Title to the aliove dcscril- i
real property has been filed agali..-L
you, and you are required to ser\.
copy "f your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff-'
attorney, GEokoe cilERTKOF. 67-
11 Olympla Kullding. Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plea '-
iriK In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court OH Or liefore the 7th day
..f June, 1954. if you fall to do
Judgment by default will be taken
ngatlnat you for the relief demaadi
in the Kill of Complaint.
This Notice shall be published oi
each week for four consecutive wei
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mint
Florida, this Ui'th dav of April, A
IS34.
i:. O. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit court,
i i;oie ('ountv, Florida
B] M, W. PARTENHE1MER,
l iepul v 'lei k
GEORGE CHERTKOF
607-11 Olympla Building
Miami, l'i" i.i i
Attorne) for Plaintiff
6'7-14-21-28
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ZOA Raps Move
To Arm Arabs
Mrs. George M. Cohen, chairman
of the Zionist Council of South
Florida, representing all Zionist
Bodies here, this week, announced
the organization's following stand:
"The decision of our government
to give military aid to the govern-
ment of Iraq will not contribute to
the peace of the Middle East, nor
will it strengthen the defenses of
the free world.
"Iraq has been the most vindic-
tive and belligerent member of the
Arab League in the continuing war
against Israel. It has refused even
to enter into an armistice agree-
ment with Israel.
"To arm Iraq at a time when
Arab-Israel tension has been
mounting and without a firm com
mitment to make peace with Is-
rael is to fortify and embolden
Arab intransigeance and risk a re-
newal of open hostilities
"The way to win the friendship
Of the Arab peopV for America and
for the cause of freedom is to ghre
them economic and technical as-
sistance to raise their leviill f hv
ing. But we shall not befriend them
by giving them arms to be used for
war in the region, or to bolster
despotic military regimes.
The Zionist Council of South
Florida urges our government to
reconsider this provocative deci-
sion."
Discussion Group Meets
The discussion group of Naomi
Croup of lladassah met Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs Mor
ton tollman, 230 SW 51st ct. Na-
omi Group's president. Mrs. Gerald
I.oltz. discussed her trip to Israel
and the series on "Great Jewish
Women in History."
Proceeds for Sanctuary
Sisterhood of Agudath Israel He
brew Institute will hold a "Nijiht
of Stars" program at the Delano
Hotel on Sunday evening. May 23.
8 p.m. Featured will be orchestra
leader Irving Pietrack. All pro
CMdl are for the completion of the
new sanctuary
Weiss Elected
Sidney S. Weiss. Hialeah furni-
ture factory owner, was elected to
a four-year term as councilman in
Ba) Harbor Islands last week. Vot-
ters also approved revisions of the
Town charter. Weiss received 205
votes. Also running was Ronald
Barnack. attorney.
Clark W. Blackburn, general director. Family Service Asso-
ciation of America, presents Peggy Wood and Judson Laire,
stars of the television family drama. "Mama." with the first
family service television award for "constructive portrayal of
American family life." The program was judged as winner by
Board and statt members of family service agencies through-
out the country who scored various family TV shows on their
home sets. Jewish Social Service Bureau of Miami is a mem-
ber agency.
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Tiftrclh Israel Northside Center |
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sale in front of Shell's, NW 7th ave.
and 58th st. on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday. June 1 and 2. In charge of
information is Mrs. Fred Benn. 887
NW 77th st.
Judge Dickstein
Dies in New York
NEW YORK"(JTA) Judg,
Samuel Dickstein of the State Su
prcme Court, who was for 22 years
a member of Congress, died here
last week at the age of 69 after
a long illness.
Dickstein came into prominence
in Congress by his outspoken op
position to Nazi propagandists and
supports in this country and his
attacks on their subversive activi
ties. He was chiefly instrumental
in securing designation by the
House in 1934 of a special commit
tee to investigate propaganda and
un-American activities by Nazi and
Communist groups arid individuals
Rep. John W. McCormack, of
Mass., was chairman of this com
mittee and Mr. Dickstein vice
chairman.
He was among the first to ex
pose the German-American Bund
and was among the first -voices
raised to warn the United States
'hat Hitler's tM| ;
H" credited a>
newed Congre5sl0MU
subversives in the L
finally resulted in M
<>( the Un-Americant
mittee.
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when he was three Z]
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